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rLilllOlllUU 111 ilLjUfiLL). 1 1 1..- mow "Antinionopo!it," i upwi-
lTi;!.!H5i:i daily AM vi ! :;lv
Tiic Plaltsratli Herald Pttilisiuiii Co.
DAILY, di-Hveud Ky i-arrhr to any part of the
WKi-.KI-V. I.y i.mil.
Our eoy month-
Oitcopy yr.'ir ..
HI'CIiIkI tlil' Illillll'l'.
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I'l-Jll s-IIKHIt ll. a
lJATT.sMOUTII. MAl: I! -'7,
Lady Fmikknck Dixik's rcnrtJ-l out
rage, or uilitinare, as it is -oi:.i.ier-l ly
t!e authorities in Ijih1m;w!Im a delusion,
attrilUtol ly somr, tu h- r ui.ll known
temperament, anl ly other to li'-r love
of notoriety. If tin.- latter, s-hc s'.ioulil
bo let v.T' ly aloni' I.y i.rw j.i-r
men Ironi lieiu efoilli ami lorever.
Lkt us int.oriorati t l'luttnioutl
.t !Soulhu estern ruiMoad at mire.
0"u our ktork books, tnk: ubM:i lo
tions, and : at Iho matter in a jrnr
tical manner. tiC'iitlumrii, it won't
inWrrfrn? wit! tn butter and r.jg
tr:l? trv it.
(ovkknok Dawks h: nj pointed
T. I. Norva!, .Ttnljro of the bixtii Ju
liriil !ilriel, vur lion. ii. Y.
reiiiovnl-to snececil Lorenzo Cronusc.
This appointment will be rteouizfcl
by the bar of the state a- a til ami ju
Ti:k republicans of Chicago have
put a ticket in the held which ban
Leon iudoised by the citizen' move
ment. The nominations are spoken of
aa Ltiii excellent in every particular.
The ticket is called the "Reform
ticket. Judge Kugene Carey, the can
didate for mayor, is conceded by all
parties to be a strong nomination.
A ihspatch says that the Prince of
Wiilea exacts constant and u.-iduous
att 'tnlance of his household, but, at
the same time, is very considerate of
their welfare; also, that he never opens
a book or reads a newspaper, but de
pends on his bright, clevtr officers to
kei'p hi :n accurately informed.
If he governs his subjects (wheu he
ascer.ds the throne of K:gland) in this
way, the chances are thy will be the
Tiik Hoard of Trade meets tu-iiiui-row
evening, and all citizens, who are
interested in the welfare of our city
itud iter advancement, are requested to
attend, whether they are members of
that organization or not. The Rail
road question is to be considered, and
it is important that our business men
Nothing will attract the attention
of the gentlemen who are engaged in
the construction of the Diagonal,"
like the public sjii it displayed by a
locality. Wide awake localities have
great attractions for these enterprises.
Let action be taken by our people.
Tjik National Democrat of Peoria at
or.ee nominates Frank Ha: ton for post
m.istcr gi nora! to succeed Hon. Timothy
O. IIm-e. Curtain ouiti. n oi the press
hare b.-t n wain a war on Mr. Haiton
ever iiue hi ;ii-wiiitiiu-i. t as assistant
po.tmatir general, u nccount of his
penchant for the ucwsipaper buiuts, he
- having interested himself in the Nation
al Republican, a Wa.-dnngtoa nvsuaper.
Tliat Mr. Hat ton has ably filled the re
sponsible station of assistant potmatter
gct.eral no one can dispute.
The death of Postmaster General
Howe was unexpected to the country.
Hi administration of the Post Office
Depart mem waa clean and able. He
was a iuau of public affairs, earnest in
Lis convictions and fearless in his
opinions. He belonged to the stalwart
vjng of the republican party, and glo
ried in it. He was a lawyer of mark
ed ability, and an able advocate. He
represented Wisconsin for eighteeen
years in the U. .S. Senate, with ability ' , to rttogniz.-, .. iW nckuo .v!-
and distinction, taking his seat in the e,'u lne pretei.ee of this grare peril,
Spring of 1SGI, just at the outbreak of I i ;,ml l warn the country m the ,.p
the rebe lion. l,roachin2 dauger to our social and
Timothy O IIowk i,;- iontr ' commercial prosperity; unless 'it 'is
. iu iik tuuK 1 arrestett ami vertib iml ti.
1 I ll 1 1 . . . . . ...
hi. lut- uui versauy loveu aim rrspecisu.
I paper publitdird in Chicago, rlai tiling
! to be the champion of thw laboring
daw, as ngainst I he corporate
I wealth f the couutry ; wc can ace but
little in this hct to n commend it to
1 he laboring e!n-eH. An organ ed
ited i-pt cially hh i.ii enemy to the
monied interests of the country and
profesnr-jlly in the interests of the
"toiling masses," which stnrUout as
ui impracticable fanatic, on the "free
trade,' or nuy uthtr in-ue, has a de
eitledly suspicious flavor about it.
which I he intelligent, laboring tdas
who Jo read, fully as much us
hi y class of our American people,
will be slow to follow and indorse
There is no clabu, or stratum, in Amer
ican society, which more highly ap
predates and dearly prizes Ameri
can institutions, than the so called
"middle class" to which most of us
belong; and any organ or party,
which espouses the isms, and Jiohlies
of the day, at variance with the set
tled prosperity of Ameiicau indus
tries, need not expect to gain the
i oulidciice and up port of the com
mon people. That there is a nettled
and deep-seated distrust existing be
tween the laboring and producing
elates of this country, and capital,
must be admitted by every observ
ant, thoughtful student of events; a
settled leeling of discontent and uu
easiness which has been slowlv but
surely taking po$cs.siou of the mas
fits; this ieehng, or prejudice, (diall
wt call it? n itur.illy looks for an an
tagonist; U is aggressive in its very
nature; it looks, and it beholds capi
tal rapidly aecumu biting in the hands
of the few.
This is a natiou of some fifty mil
lions of human beings, all engaged in
solving the great problem of brcai
and butter. This new continent with
its grand lakes and rivers, its fertile
valleys, its mountain range?, rich
with ores and precious metals, has
opened up a wonderful field for the
achievement of every ambition which
takes possession of the soul of the in
dividual in the life race; the iudivid
nal taking advantage of this field,
finds tho only limit to what he may
accomplish, is that whb-h the Creator
has placed upon l.iin in the bestow
ineut of mental ami physical powers;
bending ail his energies in a given di
rection, he is seen outstripping the
inses, and standing upon the dizzy
heights of power, which to the plod
der beneath his feet, is beyond the
very clouds. Especially to those, am
bmous to amass great wealth, does
this country furnish boundless facili
ties; our mountain ranges teeming
with precious metals accessible only
to the capitalist; our system of Amer
ican railways and telegraph lines,
with their laud grants, and subsidies,
have been voraciously seized upon
by the shrewd, unscrupulous specu
la tor, and money king, wherebv fab
ulous and colossal fortunes, have been
in a moment, as it were, amassed, and
thereby a few individuals enabled to
place the hand of greed upon the
very throat of American industries.
The masses seeing their peril, are ngi
tatod, alarmed; the continual eu-
j croachmeuts of capi tal, stealthily tak
ing advaulage of its every opportuni
ty, is attracting the attention of the
ablest writers upon questions of po
litical economy, the "Papers" of Mr.
Ileury George, Prof. Sumner and
others, aro-among the recent contri
butions upon this topic; that this
feeiiug ol distrust on the part of la
bor towards capital can ever be eradi
cated so long as human nature exists,
no one wili conteud, but that this ir
repressible conflict between labor and
capital docs exist in our social and po.
lilieal fabric, and that it is dailv
increasing in threatening propor
tions, To one c in deny. The reinedv
is eageriy sought Jo?; the ballot is the
';;. ui'-ans wit hiii ibe r:.s;i .f the
ii;i, vitlim; i..r iiis proitction; a id that
the masses an; .agerl and anxiously
seeking nr ;hv !rue m-: of exer
cising its pott-n: pov r 1 1 ii. dv
i ril! h i .t i stood; how to uNc it, i i
grave question which may w '1 cause
the su. niest in juaii. 1; is n.t
communism i n m dalism. u, vil a!-
All our wall pai'KK is here and we are
Miro we can please all, the following are
our prices per double roll:
Browns $ 20
Kmbosaed 1 25
Centres, corners, cc-iling papers, &c.,in
abundance. We have a very large stock
ami must s II. We are muking a spec
ialty of lead, oil, mixed pnbits, etc., this
season. 25-da.wlw Will J. Wahiucje.
A FINK LINK Of
MEERSCHAUM AND BRIAR PIPES
A Challenge 5c Cigar,
Specially iimuY for ttie retail trate only, at
Peppeiberg's Cigar Factory.
CALL AT THE
A. WATERMAN & M,
Wtiolexaleiainl lteUil-lealer tn
KourtJi i'trf1! in rear f Ojera House.
PLAT1M()TTII, - NEBRASKA.
OF FLATTSMOUTH. NKBKASKA.
Blake's Building, up Stairs,
Where they are da
ceiving a complete line of all kinds of
IrIECE GOODS 4. SUITINGS,
We alao wish to inform the citizens of Plattsmouth that we have made
Dying, Cleaning Repairing
On fchort notice, and warrant satisfaction.
The Finest Pressed
IT THE STATE,
Jtt A IS USMTFItED
J LEVY, KENDALLS)
Will nUV and hl'LL all kinds of
Will advance inoLey on till
on lower Main atrt-et.
Opposite The Old Duke Building.
IMattsinouth, Feb. 1st, lx3 4Ctf.
Orders received for any quantity
and tilled in a satisfactory manner.
Those contemplating to build
should examine our work, the
quality of our bricks and prices.
Yard, in rear of Bonner Stable,
1 S H
P H b
TintMoHT HfiTMhU'i. irrMitov er iIU
covrril hh It l --ltiilii I" It m rfltfti kliU !
nut MImIit; Al-o -xf!l nl .. liuiimu tlmti.
KEAl) I'JtdOK HKI.OW.
FROM COL. L. T. FOSTKIt
Younfiatow-n. olilo. May lotli,
B. J. Kendall & Co.. iivuU :-I lia I v-ry vl
ubl ainbiftuiiiMii colt wlilcli 1 y
liljlily, he luid nrv b.ue iuvln In no ji-tut
and Hinall on on tin- oilier, wulcli mini
tiliu very lauie ; I tiu.t I1I111 ie..S r ilitlinri.i ti
two v-l'riiiiiry nurjtfoii" ln IhIIi l lo l ine
htm. 1 wh out' d:y icuclini; the HuritU-lurut
o Kendull'M hjiavfn ( cur in lli t.'hlK
iTei, 1 (W'tiMinuiiMl til oik l 11 y i. rim uui
druKKlit lirf lit lor It. tin y ordneJ llm-e
boltlm, I took tlifUi aMiinil lliotiilit I would
glvi It a tlioi oiikIi trlul I uied It nri-ttnllnK to di
re'tlou and the lourtll ilajr IIm colt ceam-d to
Ie lailll', ttllal UK' lUlllpa IIHI uirriM i ... .
..I iml i.iK-liiiiilc iii.tl llic cultt liiut'Hiire m
free from lui:i and n .iii'it h nn any horw la
the nt:it-. It.-I-ciitlr.dy nr-d. I lie cute m
to rtfiiini auI'Ii' Hint I let two ol my n iiibor
have the iciiiIiiImk t v o liotlli'tt who are now
Is. T. 1)ST1K.
Kendall's Spavin Cure
ON HUMAN l'LK.Sif.
ratteu'uMillH. N. Y.. ft-U. J. 1BT.
II. J. Kk.ndai 1. & (.. : I h :-- Tti- i.sitlcii-
lar cave on which 1 ntcil your Krnd:ill'M W.:itln
Cure wai a iulijiiaiit nuk tw tnini of nl ! n
montlm st.-tiiilini;. I had irii.-il many tliliiu, hut
Invuln. Vour spavin I uif put 1 1n toot to the
f;roiiiul iiiotin. iii!l Jor uu- ln-l lime mure nuri,
n a natural poKillon. t-, ( f Ml'l'y llulmeiil Tt
excxll :iii)tliuiK e vrr urn.
JtKV. M. r. liFIl,
Pastor of M. K. Iiiik Ii. raltfim Mill. V. V
hi-nd uddieHM lor I IIiinii riled Circular, wliltll
we think imu'h ioiive priMif if t vlrlnc. No
remedy has v r nwt nllh ciicll uniiuuilllvd
xiK-ct-oB, to our i.novi ledi;-, ful ;akt on wll ua
1'rlee $1. i r t.t !-. 01 ilx hottlf for is. All
DniUHiclH Imvi It or can uel it for you. ur It
will le ent lw iniv :.ii:i vn o rcci l.l of irl e
hythn iiii. i .. ini. It. .1. KliMlAl l &KI.
KiiOHburif l'a!is. VI. a-i
SOU) HV 4 I.I. oni'Ms r-i
(Murceaxor to Htrelsht A. Sillier.)
ca fiv mh
win M W 1 E.IU
ERS & SON
Everything liand-made and warranted. Call in and see us.
NEXT DOOR WEST TO THE LATE FIRE.
Offers the very best facilities for the prompt
transaction of legitimate
Stocks. Bonds. Gold. Government and Local
Securilien Kouglu and Sola, Deposits receiv
ed and interest allowed on time Certifl
csite, Drafts drawn, available iu any
ZIHl part of the United Stales and all
the principal towns of
Collections made & promptly rem itted.
Highest market prices paid for County War
rants. State ai-d County Bonde.
... V- 1 . I IV .
Geo. K. Dovey.
A. W. McLaughlin
A. K. Touzalln.
K. C. Cuxhing.
r. r.. vnue.
' to l:.jr of trt-e, patriotic btateniaiioliio
; is to point out a reined v. lair and Mtfc.
sites resignation are, or seem to be, 1 ,
Banks Cass County
Corner Main and Sixth Streets.
) JOHN BLACK. President. I
t J. -M. PAri EKtiOX, Cashier, f
Transacts a General Banffil Business.
HIGHEST CAdH PRICE
Paid Jor County and City War ranis.
and promptly remitted for.
Joliu Illaek, J. M. I'attersi.n. C. II. l'nriiiln.
K. I;, (iuthni'tnii. .1. Morriicv. A. 18.
.- ui!ii. Kr-d 'Solder. 5lly
Cass County Iron Works
WAYMAN & KIRBY, Propr's.
FINE 8 HEAVY HARNESS.
A large lino of
Saddles Bridles, Collars, Whips. &c.
always in stock.
Repairing of all kinds neatly done en
Main Street, between Fojirt! and Fifth,
O. M. STKEKJHT. HuHincHu Manager.
Chas.Simmons. Moeiiamcal Mananer. 7tf
A CoMGu-Sense Reinedi
V El B 8.
Wo more lKhcuiiiuiiki, iotii or
Immediate Relief Warranted.
Permanent Core Guaranteed
Five yearn etahl1hr.d and never known ti fail
hi a Kliialeeane. acute, or chronic. Urfcr to all
promiitf.nt ihyteiana anrt itniyQitti for tht
t to ruling of balk ylicu.
TIIK ONLY DISSOLVE!: OK Tl!l I'OjM.lrt,
Ol'S l!ltl; A('ll WHICH KXIS'lW IN 11115
r.MIOIJ KIlKU.MAIiU AMI tj(.l VA'
1 1 v. l .
MAM(;YI.H!A h known ns a e.iir.mon
seiiHe reiHedy. hecaiiNe It Utk- direrilv at tha
caiine of KheuiiiatiHiii. (imit and N. uniliMa.
Idle so many xo-cailed FperiflcH and Miuiioncd
Iianaceas only treat locally the eflectx.
ii nas neon concenea oy eiiiinrui mii ntutu
that outward application. hiicIi : rtiHMiii;
with oil. ointineiitM. llniine:its. ai.d snot lilriK
lotiotis will not eradicate thei ilir:i- s k lilcu
are the result of t lie jioiNniiiii-j ;f the I. loci d
witii Ii rip A -.Id.
MALIC VLICA workn v.mi iiiutkrluii Ci-
fect on thin acid and so remove the dlorder.
It 1h now exclusively used ly all r-l-lralrd
nliyKlclans of AuieiTca and Kurope. Jllghet
Me'dical Academy of I'arU reports vi iM-r ceut
cures in lliree uays.
HARRIS & UNRUH,
FURNITURE 8 COFFINS,
and all kind of goodx usually kept In a
IRON FRONTS, HOUSE COLUMNS.
Our taeilities tor heavy work in Columns ami Castings for Busiut sa Hoists are
uot surpassed lp the btate.
MACHINE REPAIRING of ai! kin. Is. Our .Machine Shop i fully eiuip;.od
ior an classes oi woik m iron.
Patronize Nebraska manufacturing. Wc iluplicate all eastern prices, saving
ireiyni auu tunc.
Parties OuilUinfj in any part ot tlic htate should write for our terms cf ctingn
CASS GOXTITTT (WOEE3
March 11th, 1882. PLATTSMOUTH, XEH.
And Tinners' StocK
OF ALL KINDS
FOR SALE BY
WEEPING WATER. - NEB.
However, Mr. Gladstone
w . a 11 . a . a a
t Liiir.n. w t hth i inrorAfiTUfi in
is an old man who l.a, ed a busy pub- ; jm oraerly, economical adrniniStr.itio
he life, loaded with the excitement j of our city affairs. we are all interest
and carei incident to a political career, ; ed in Pjatlsinoillh city havlng a U1()tl.
and cannot be expected 1 to long ietain ; gSTernment for 18S J. The re i! a
the leadership of the l.n?lish mivprn. .
... ...... , ' . irresi ni tritd ireiwre or our city m
r.. . . .u.awuH -n au.u.3 at stake. Tour property, your busi
- l - . V ness, present and future, all will be
n in Minn v ii m mrn nuur ii'ituia
... , . ititiuenced, either for good or bad, by
hllCII. A klMZ llll'L'tTtl lllfl HlllllUrfir I .
me men and governing; you belnct to
rule over you for the ensuing munici
pal j ear. Voters, come to the front!
Don't allow any cliques or rius to
; force you into supporting a lot of nom
inees for the advancement of their po
litical schemes. It is a question of'how
K. L. REED, President.
D A. (JIIiSON, Viee-l'resident.
R. S. WILKINSON. Cashier.
,, I I ,,
. . X vv k? LU
wi iui uzrwxiv:
FI HH . I, ASH Fl ltXITCRE NTOItK
Also, a re;y K '-.nplcie "lock of Funeral Good,
Onr New aud elegant hearse Is always In
read i lies.
Remember the place, in UNION
ilJLQCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
Doors sonth of Cass Coun
"Whear we may be found niclit or day.
HARRIS & UNRUH,
24U3 I'f.ATTSMOUTII. NEB.
tliat NALICYLICA it a -rUlu cnr for
KHKUMATISM, iOUT and KI l(Al,(ilA.
iiiu nicst lcteiue ianm are Miibduod ivImoNt In-
Give Ita trial. JU-liel irnaiiiiiied or inuittu
Thousands of teitiinonlalN nent on unili-ii-
St a Box. c, r,'x-H for r.
Kent free by mall ou receiptor mony.
ASK YOU It DitUGGIST FOU IT.
Butftonotbc deluded Into takmr liiiilnilou
or RuliktitutOit, oj' HDiuctliing r:f:',li;nifiiilcd ii
"JhhI aagnod '." iBHiNtou ti teuinnu v. ft It llu
name of WABIIBL'UNK ic VAi.. on cacli wo'
which n guarantee! cheniically pure nMdirou
nit;nature. an Indl.sdeiiHPilo inuiite to liiHiiru
siiecPHu in the treatment. Take n tli r. or
send to uu.
Waahburne & Co., rioHetori.
287 Broadway, cor. Ueade St.. M.VV V1K.
I'erniantly t'lird o Miinihn-lir mm Munib'i
unace oj i;r. irOuiard'M Ceii-i.r;:t d lui.. Illin
Vil FowdMia. To rorivili.'.'P fiiriliT ht Ihr-rn
I'owdfrx will do all w claim for iLci.L'ui
end them by mail, poht paid, a l'r 'I rial box.
As Dr. ;arland is the only Physician that hai
ever made thin dixeas a i Htudy. and a
to our knowledne thousand have been per
manetly cured by the u-iw f thro I'm w(jcr,w
will cuararitre a ier;iniioi.t euie in vi rv c.Aur.
or refund ym all ni'niev expended. AllMifTer
or?i !iiiild jrive the-e I'owilt in an enily trial.
iiiu in: f.in vinreo oi im-ir eural ive pu nt-im.
I'rice. for I tiue Hox. : no. ;r t r..ve fi.r 410
Sent liy mail to any part of I lit L'niled SL.tlei.
or 1';iii:Ih. ob roei-ii.i . f . ii-,-r,. or l-v exuiro.
C. O. I. Addie.Ms.
ASH & rtOBBINK.
:ifii) i ultoa sr.. I'.mi.kitu. ?: v
Dec. smth. itoU 4itly.
io:.SK Mlolil.VO & WAtiON REl'AIRING.
aIIHeSs of rirn'mlwli Meafisl will
"at:!c' and Dispatch.
ST. LOU IS, MO
F. : i lc l-j
tirely. I he rugged old emperor of
Germany and his chancellor are both :
old men, worn out with the constant !
cares of that empire, and both in ill
Thb queen of England is an old wo
man who bus reigned much longer
than the average ruh'r, and who fan
not be expected to retain the i ins of
government much longer Very soon
the German empire will puns into the
liandH of the crown prince, and the
English troernimnt will fall t., the Tiik queen of England, although un
prine- of U ales. Tl-rtw ,.v-r. iiis I il!jlc to K.tte ,ier room ou a,.eollIlt the
w II f li mill li' f si I on I ut t hi'in I .' ... i . . i . . t . .
... - - j iiix-Kitui miciy receiveo iy slipping upon
shall Plattsmouth, and her ibusineui.
-iid laboring classes prospsr during
the coming year, Keep this object in
view, and nominate and vote for only
this class of men.
men as counsellor, am! there i. no
telling what effect this may have upon
European affairs. Important changes
In policy will doubtless follow.
the ptair at Windsor, is not suffering
from the sprain and is transacting busi
iiess as usual. Her general health is
"ood. " ' - - -
A General Banliai Basiaess Tramcttd.
Itcelved. and Iuterent alUued on Time CerU
Drawn available in any part of the United
State and all the principal cities of Europe.
Agents for the celebrated
Mmi Line of Stealers.
Tui beautiful three tory brick -trueture. on
lower Miid street, ha just been flnl.ihed and
fitted up for the nocoiuia daili.u of
EVERY THINS NEW AND C1EAK
A Good Bar n co,,nooijertho r
- - FRED GOOS. Propr. ' .
WM. HEROLD and
desire to state to the public that
they have moved their Dry Goods
Motions, Boots, and Gent's Fur
nishing goods to their store room
lormerly occupied by J. HI. Cox.
A full line of
STAPLE, SA.lTCr5r GROCLHIZS and
will be kept at theold stand. We
would be pleased to see all our old
customers and many new ones.
We will keep a PKTTER line oobU than we were formerly en
abled to. ' , - - - . J-
Notice to Physicians.
Notice lx liprehv civen that I l'ft H'i!l lilt tltm
rrreived at th yfiiM of time omtitf i-lrk n.. t..
nM.ii of tln vd dav of A in II. ix.1 ,i,r tii.' h.
1:a! atieudauee and f urni-lim (,; tiiediriix-a
for county cliari;- aiid ii.uia:M i.f enmity
I'oor IIoiiHe and Jail for i.i.e y-ar. 'J he C n
mis"(ioneis re-rve the rljjht i rJrt aty or all
t'idn. Uy ordrr of 'ounty l ominixiluiirin.
Wltneso my haud and -flicI il al. thin Tth
lay of Hup h. la&l . J. W. Jksmn;.
"Mt t'ouiuy Clerk.
N . I ill
llorse, Mule& OxShocing,
In short, we'll shoe anything that ha
fo ir feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
tOme and see us.
between Main and Vine Strppr
e corner from the vkvt I1EKAL
1; s U
a Fifth St
R 3 BERT DONNELLY'S
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and Plov re
pairing, and general Jobbing
I am now prepared to do all klnda of renalrla
I farm and other machinery; aa there
la a good lathe in my auop!
The old Reliable Was on Maker
ha taken charge of the wagon shop.
ue u wen Known an a m
SO. 1 WORKMAN.
Mew Wtftu and Buxwlr ammdai tt
. . Order.
d I a if f z
1 c. o .
" LAFE aNElL Pi'p'r.
Beef Mutton Pork Yeal Ciiicte.&c,
Cooctantly on band.
Alao. all kinds of ClJalfE in teaauu. and r
rythlng kept in a
FIB8T-CK.A8S MEAT IIO f
At loa tiKt xuille rates.
North &Ule If gin St, Ut. Ath ,
lor barns auu !i!isetn.dittas , .
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