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THE I)AILV'HEUAi;i, "I'LATTSMOITTir, NEIIJIASKA, MONDAY, SEl'TEM HE It 12, 187.
(Tl)c piattsniout!) Puiln fjcralb,
1ST O l'
We. tile pro;. I ielols oi' 1 lc 1 'latlMii'jM' li
1 1 Kit M Lave been wiili Hie .ei.le oi
riatts.inoiitli 1 liloii'-Ji the : .i ine; smd uin
liier months, wilm -.in smd simian-.:
your irosjici it y, ami lein fully :i-.suri- I
f the. future growth ol I 'lattsnioiitli. ami
her irose( live iiu I roj'olitan attain
mi nis, liav: Ix.cin iniiitcd to -s.t;dli.di
a Daily IIki:i.i. The field uliich is
open to ns is hroiid an. I very proiiiisine.
AM our preliminary steps fur the establish
jiient of tlits Journal met with h most
liearty I'lu'ouni ini lit; merchant ami
workiiHMiian alike idvin"; us words of
welcome and promise.
This is our lir.-t issue of the Daily
IIi.kai.k; we have -always I cen successful
au.l there is certainly r.o room for fail
ure in this undertaking. We will en
deavor to make this paper si valuable ami
interesting news medium to the people of
I'luttsinouth ami vicinity, and it will l
with you as lo as your sympathy and
patronage are with us.
We hope the Daily Ukualu w ill prove
a 1h nelit to Pluttsmouth as u cjty, mill to
the proprietors as a financial source.
As to our neighbor and rival, thuoy-
lutl, the Hkhain does not desire to take
it's place or supplant it, but to co-op'.rate
with it in nil matters of public improve
ment, Avishint it financial prosperity.
Politically the- Hkkai.k will Avork zeal
ously in opposition to it, and for the suc
cess of the republican pari'.
A-jjain avc avouM say Ave will make
every effort wliidi is to the best interest
and Avelfare of our fellow citizens.
Thanking you for your past and present
support, and expecting a liberal patron
age in the future, we submit the Daily
11kkali to your perusal in .inod faith.
K NOTTS linos.
iim mm rnr
An incident happened in the (.Jrr.nd
Army psirnde in Onialisi on last Wednes- J
day that isvorthj" of print. I he proces
sion Avas marching past the I'axton hotel
on Farnani street, the balconies of Avhich
AA-ere decorated a ilh Hags and buntings
and hung with pictures. On the lower
balcony Avere hung the pictures of Han
cock, Lincoln, Washington, (.runt and
Logan in the order named from cast to
vest and above the pictures of Lincoln.
Washington and (.rant hung in the second
balcony in magnificent solitude tin; pic
ture of President Cleveland. The col
umn of old Acts had nearly pissed the
point, some companies saluting Avith
their Hag ami others marched by in grim
silence. when tinally a company color
bearer started to salute Avith his llag, his
captain immediately in si loud voice cried,
"Hold on. Don't you see thai m;ui
above (.rant no man above (Jrant."
This man simply voiced the feeling of
the Grand Army men. They are Avilling
to pay all due respect to the president,
but to place any man before or higher
than their loved heroes is something that
Avont go doAvn.
License vs Prohibition.
Lsist Aveek there Avcro two gresit f;iirs
where tens of thousands of people at
tended. One at Omaha, the other at
Des iloines, IoAva. The managers of
the Omaha fsiir for the purpose of mak
ing money, permitted the sale of beer
and other liquors. The result avsis much
drunkenness and dissipation, and many
people Avere annoyed and disgusted and
not a feAV Avill fail to attend the next
f air, for the reason they do not wish to
haA-e their wives aud children hear the
profane oaths and vulvar talk of drunk
en rowdies, smd men lost to shame by
intoxicating liquors. At Des Moines no
intoxicating liquors were sdlowed to be
sold, neither on the grouuds or in the
city. The result avsis that there was al
most no drunkenness at all and every
body was plesised. The general remark
was, "prohibition docs prohibit not only
the ssde of liquors but drunkenness and
debauchery," i.nd no family, however re
fined, will hesitate to attend the next
fair sit Des Moines.
The annual gathering together of the
people, and the exhibition of the pro
pucts of the country, and latest iiiA-en-tions
and improvements is u great means
of increasing knowledge and helping
the masses to early learn Iioav to use to
their comfort and convenience the neAvett
and best things. IIoav vise it would
be to eliminate from them the
cause of disturbance crimes and scenes
Last Fridsvs Journal came out with i
a full, column on free-trade, bewailing j Along sometimes "eiidurin' the war"
the condition of our farmers and Avage j the mob of camp-followers and specula
ivorkcrs. It says: "A tariff is a tax, is j tors Avho folloAvtd the Union 'army for
.levied as such with such an intent and j gin and plunder got to using the United
S purpose. American citizens are supposed j States flag as an advertisement. It fioat
to have equal rights and privileges, j cd OA-er and in fro: ; of every shoddy
rntertivo tariff law. thev '
1 1 Li l UllMLl I"''-- '
do not possess equal rights. One man
msinufacturer of iron, another of
1, another &i cotton' Avhile the gresit
ss of men are producers or common
rers. To make the iron, wool and
i manufacturics pay big dividends, 1
the tanner. 11k; av;i; vor!;cr, th" nu r
c.'emt :ml 1 1 1 . j incr-listiin: i ; taxed ;i le-sivv
j r nl.i'c tlirini"li lh (aril! date s 1 v -ii
il sit the c;s.-to:i. limiM', iin.I is
to i :iy it in t J j r - I'oia.i of an iiu leased
plier; nil whatever tiiey Ii'IV, V. !..' t lier it
is American made or not "
fair sample of the :iver;;;.
of the lie - trad' is on th;; tar
I Ills IS II
Take up a fre" trade journal u'moM
any day am! stnt emeu's of this kind na
be noticed. It i-i 'i"o!.aM li-at tley
have 'Line ii.Jlu nee, too, siiiioni t ! i -I
lioii'dit less or t hose '.ill', are pivciitd
either by !a i. oT tine- or lack of lie
requisite rudiment -try ! n -v. b to .
amine the iptctinn for thi-iase! vs.
If the editor of th ;.'-' ;' h id t.k
en the trouble ! AVC-igii his sent ei.ei.:, be
fore hi; gave the copy to tie; printer, he
never Avould have allowed it to go
in print. For he- must auknow it d -e
Lli-.it the wages of operato:-.-; in faet :
ies sire very much greater n::w than they
were in lSi(, Avhilc tin; cost of living is
less now than it was then. ?-lr. Sherins.n
is old enough to know these facts
by actual experience and doubtless
does know them. lie dso knows
that ls'J') v.iis in th-j old five
trade days, when the Democracy was in
Mr. Shcrmnn gocs on and says: "Xo
matter Avho advocates it, it is wrong
basely, inexcusably Avrong, and should In
atoneesind forever wiped from the statute
So long as si spsirl; of the lire of ';.
Irioli.sm rsmair.s in our hearts avc sledl
continue the bat'le sigiiinst this monster
He no doubt means when he says "no
matter Avho sulyocals it" such dcmoi raise
lights sis S. J. Uambdl Avho wnnfs every
thing taxed except Avhisky smd tobsicco.
Co d Oil l'siyr.o of Ohio, Senator Lustas
of Loui.siansi and the rest of the -onxstun(
democrats, Avho Avsint free-trade on every
body else products but avIio Avsmt what
tle ir particular locality produces pro
tected. He Lost.
The occupant of an ofiice on Lamed
street Avc.it out the other afternoon, lcsiy
ing a boy in charge, smd p.etty soon a
stni.iger esilicd and asked: "Is Mr. Illai.k
in?" "Xo. sir." "i'.e ii soon.'" "I I
don't know." "(.lone out of town"
"I dunno. You Avant to see him per
sonally:"" "Yes. i low lent; lists h.; been
out.'" "Quite si long spell. Cairt you
co. m; in to-morrow :" "Xo; must see
him to-day." The boy got iij and
walked around for two or three minutes,
breathing sis if considesal -ly excited, and
then observed: "S:iy, mister, if you've
'4t si case fof"Mister iJlank he ought to
knoAV it. I'll take the chances and ask
what you Avant to sec; him for" "To
collect a debt of sr." "Humph: I took
the chances a id lost. He Avon't be home
for a Aveek." Ditr-it 2-'rn: 2'y v.v
Why You Should Advertise.
Advertising is the chief auxiliary in
Advertising is not the road to success
but success itself. Ricltarclfoii.
Advertise your business; I oavc all my
success to it. P. T. lUinunn.
The most truthful part of a nt-Avspaper
its . advertisements. -JmF--rson.
The man Avho pays more for shop rent
than advertising, dots not knoAV his bus
iness. II. Greeiy,
Hoav can one m;m knoAA' Avhat you
Avant unless you ask for it, or Avhat you
hsiye to sell unless you advertise it M.
The advertisements Avhich appear in a
public journal take rank among the most
.significant indications of the state of so
eiety of that time and place. Dt'ckcii.t.
If you advertise it gives your place a
reputsition around, folks Avill croAvd to
your Avsirehouse smd make it lively. If
you don't Avant to do anything, keep as
still as you csin. C F. Browne.
There is an absolute necessity for ad
vertising; there is si great eagerness to
compete for attention and no one gets it
uifiess it is by giA"ing, as it were, so ma
ny strokes of the hammer, one sifter the
other, to compel people to notice what
is going ou. 11". E. Gladstone.
DOB BURDETTE OH THE FLAG.
The Union Soldiers Opposed to
Either Suttlers or Politicians
II. J. liurdette in ti e riiitsnklphiii Press.
Sir: It seems to me that the hostility
Avhich the old soldiers exhibit toward the
eombinotion of President Cleveland and
the United States flags is easily explained.
t. : . . r i.. . . r 1 . , .J li,.r
LI b'lllij'ly ili e i 11.11.1 11 .1 i. lull J L Liii uiuki
spirit; it is the soul of a soldi.-r's life and
habit obedience to orders.
store m Cairo and 3icirplns, anil painted
i accoss the stars smd stripes avsis the name
j ot the firm tint was maiang ou even.
I bill of fifty cents it sold. The Hag dis
honored by greedy robucrs who iovcu
the soldier only for Avliat tney couut
make out of him and aysivcu tne nag
over liis lead w liil i they went through
I t'liuk'.it was Cant - :l M.l-
Uer Latin. illy tiiinkn tliat every good
thiii.; that w.a di'lie durirg th'; war was
d.. lie by Clalit, J.ossidly while lie was
comm.-'.ndiug th- mi::t;.ry divi.-:on of
the .Mis-i-.-.ij pi; ;.t any rate it ivas :-oir.e
I'ni n g-ejilral .hu i-ued sni uriii r for
l.e'iilim;' l le- b -eer.-.t :i n of the flag. It
ias; sVL.boi of kohor; lie: emblem of
our noble S!';d .. I irlous eai:-e; every stsir
AVSl J s l' Ted to t le- soldier, the banner Was
hi-, hourly in-;ei il i..n; daily lie b.-a ved
d'-iiih ;ui'l;i- il s lnl.b hejuayed tiiat
it ii. i' lit iw his winding .-heet wle n he
died. To daub upon its :i.ure field tie'
.-ol'le 1 I 1 1 Pil!l W oo l;.' A ' r pi ,i-.e
-d word for the Union un
til ': !" t!ii I t'l--: e iv.is soue; proiit to b"
hie'., on! of it-id: fenders to cr;iw 1 se.-ro.-s
its silk n foi-ls the; name of .-oiae trailer
who , eve: dy haiel was plunged into the
sold-ers' poekd: to v." the llag as mi
iid ei ti-in;.; sheet for :t pack of c,un; fo! -lower;,
Avas a disgi-n-e, sin oiitrag",
shaniefid dishonor. And so tie- gtnend
cf:miii:U!ii!n;r oiii.-itd thiit all such sins
should be t.iktn down by the provost
guard i:nd that no man should ever aga'n
dare use the llarc ol our country toiidvcr
lise himsi.lf smd his shoddy Avares, Avhile
daily it Avas made more sacred than ever,
baptized in the blood of brave nun.
The thought, the feeling, that inspire the
order avsis born in the heart of the soldier
aud the :;rniy sii'plauded it. ,
Will, .-low, thr: old soldiers ha'e not
forgott-. n that osder, and to this d;iy the
(!ranl Army h-.tes to seo the f'ag used sis
sm adrei tiseii. cut for dry goods for clams,
for salt fish, for tar. for gimlets, for 1 resi
de, faiTy, popularity, votes, or tiny thing
eise. Xo in in".portrsiit has any right on
the United States flag the president's
or the post suttler's or eA'cn 1 T. Ham
utn's. The flag avos noA cr meant for that
jMirjX'se, it AV:i:n"t intended. Avhen it Avas
designed, to be si '.rational picture galh ry.
And no nuui Avho Ioa'cs it, as do the men
Avho msirched and fought and suffered
under it. like to see it disfigured. They
remember the llag very distinctly sis it
was when they csnried it into battle, and
President ( leA-eland's picture wasn't
psiint' d on it then; why should it 1 c
there now It is soldierly in the men of
the Orand Army to obey orders. "For
ever llosit that stanci-ird sheet," bet doAvn
with the itd vert isrjnents.
The Scene at Lincoln s
The following is from the September
in -1 ailment of The Centuary's L'fe cm
Lincoln: "Though it was not expected
to be decisive, the A'cry ballot foreshad
owed accurately the final result. The
'complimentary' candidates rcce'iAvd the
tribute of Jidmiriition from their respec
tive state.-. Vermont voted for Collsi
mer, and Ncav Jersey for Dayton, each
solid. Pennsylvania's compliment to
Cameron Avas shovn of six A'otes, four of
which Avent at or.ee for Lincoln. Ohio
divid-'d her compliment, ol for Cliase,
1 for McLesoi, and at once gave Lincoln
her S remaining A-otes. Missouri A'otcd
solid for hc-r candidate. Dates, Avho also
received a scsitteriug tribute from other
delegations, lint sill of these compli
ments Avere of little su-ail to their recipi
ents, for far above each towered the ag
gregates of the leading candidates: Sc
Avard, 1T:?J; Lincoln, 102.
"In the ground-swell of suppressed ex
citement Avhich er-adcd the convention
there was no time to annalyze this A'ote;
nevertheless delegates and spectators
felt the full force of its premontion: to
sill Avho desired the defeat of SeAvard it
pointed out the Avinuing man Avith uner
ring cert duty. Another little Avrangle
over soma disputed and protesting del
egate made the audience almost furious
at the delay, and 'Call the roll!' sounded
from a thousand throats.
"A second ballot was begun at last,
and, obeying si force sis sure as the buy
of graA'itation, the former complimentary
A"otes came rushing to Lincoln. The
Avhole 10 votes of Collamer, 4i from
Cameron. 0 from Chase and McLean,
Avere now cast for him, folloAved by a
scatter of additions along the roll-call.
In this ballot Lincoln gained 70 votes,
Sew ard only 11. The faces of the Xcav
York delegation Avhitencd as the 'ballot
progressed iiud as the torrent of Lin
coln's popularity became . u river. The
res-ul t of the second ballot Avas: Seward,
ls-U; Lincoln, 1S1; scattering, 90.
When the vote of Lincoln Avas announced,
there Avasa tremendous burst of applause,
Avhirh the chairman prudently but with
difliculty controlled and silenced.
"The third ballot Avas begun amid a
breathless suspense: hundreds of pencils
kept pace with the roll-call, and ner
vously marked the changes on their tally-sheets.
The Lincoln figures steadily
swelled and grfAV. Votes came to' him
from all the other candidates, 4-1 from
SeAvsird, from Cameron. 13 from Bates,
IS from Chase. 0 from Dayton, 8 from
McLean, 1 from Clay. Lincoln had
gained "0, Seward liad lost 4J. Long
before the official tellers had footed up
their columns, spectators and delegates
rsipidly mad-- the reckoning and knew
the result: Lincoln. 2-31 1, Seward, IsO.
Counting the scattering votes, 405 bal
lots had been cast, and 233 were neees-a-ry
to a choice; only 1 votes more were
needed to make a nomination.
"A profound stiibe.-i f. 11 upon tie'
wigwsii.i: th- m!i c.ss-.-d to talk and lie
litdics to fiultei- th ir .'.:-; one -oold
distinctly hesir the :.i rs.teii'nig of pi n. i! .
smd t he ( hck ing ol It i.-.e aj .h in- tiunei.! s
on the repoifr's tdd -. 'o siunoum-i -
lin-1.1 i.eu i ceii m o I - 1 .1 i .ia;r; i .iai "' s
wire in order and f v,-. s osilv a c;ue--
lion oi secon.is v.l'i) :ei-e! -e. : i
Whil.; cveivoae I -::!i
v, ilh intense cxp c-t an.-y, .ir. ('aitir
prang upon his ch.-ir s.i.d i.p...:-d a
i In li LSe cd' i nil hlo yole. from ('has"
to Lincoln. There was a le in .lit"-.
i.-o.-.. ... 1.11.1- ,- ii . ,' I,S. ', , t
toward the skvli-ld au.MiMi!-.! a i.::mc
roof of the wigwam aimoun."' d t!ie hol
inatioii to the ci-owd., in th ' : tl ei I. '.', I e r '
shouts and s:.!i;t: s took up and spn ad
then.ws. J:i the on y lit ion tie- Lin
coln river now b-.-caun; an inundatio;-.
Amid the Avihlis! hurrahs, delegation
after delegation changed its vote to th
A ict oi-.
"A graci-ful cu-Imn previ.i's in o:d, r
ly American convention.;, that the ch.-iir-inan
of the-a : L'j'.ii: !; -d delegation is ii. -i
to greet the nominee w ith si short siddre.--.
of party f ; ; : 1 1 y and promise of ):'ity
support. Ir. Kvarts. the s;.oksniaii f;
Xew York, essayed ; romplly to jerforni
this courteous elliee. but was h hived
siwhile by the en', husk-; in and conft: ion.
The din sit length subsided, and tie
prosid ing oiliecr announced that on ll:e
third ballot Abraham Lincoln, of Illi
nois, received "(i 1 Aotdsasul Ms sel-clcii
sis 'our csmdidiile for Prosid; nt of the
United Stat !.' Th. n Mr. II vans, in s
A'oiee of uueonci sded cuiotion, but A itk
adirdrable dignity and touching do
(pienee, speaking for Seward stud lor
N'cav York. moAtd to i.isike the nondna
Liquid lUsickbosird Slsilmg at AVsir
Try "Pismtation" Punch Cigars ;;!
"Warrick's "America's finest 5c. Cigar."
Composing Room Kumor.
Jsew "o;V V .(': While si well know n
foreman of si Xew York com-osing room
Avielded siulho'.ity tiieir s. u.e twenty
years ago, he avsis credited Avith running
the of'iice Avith si shorter sdlowsinc-e of i ype
than any other man Avouid have thought
possible. II" avsis cciustantly besJeged dv
"sorts," and his policy av.is the occasion
of much vituperation. One day n'"sub"
in the oflicc Avas seen, toAvstrd the end of
ccmi)osition hours, crawling about the
floor picking up type. If ; Avas siskcd by
the joker ot the room:
"What are you doing, Jack:"
"I'm trying to get type enough to finish
this -take,' that's Avhat I'm doing," said
he, in a rather disgu-tid tone.
"Well, what sorts do you Avant '. What
sire you out ol :"
"I a an't some h's."
"(in over there mee-r Xo. Ill's frame,
lie's a:i Englishnisin. lie drops thorn,"
Avas the comforting reply.
Tiio same foreman Avas som; v.he.t jeo--tieular
as to the care displayed in setting
type, and avsis very much perplexed w
any time if a bad divison Avas made. s;n
offense in any oiiiee as a nv.it tor of fact.
A "eomp" nc-AV to the ofliee liad on his lir.-t
day's Avork divided the Avord tongue
ton-gue. The proof oitAvhieh it occitrrc d
came under the "old msin'.s" eye. and as
the "slug" gave the perpetrsitor awsiy, he
went for him thus:
"Whsit haA'C you got in your mouth."'
thinking to gain a point on the "eomp"
by his answering and pronouncing the
offending Avord correctly.
"What have you in your mouth, sir?"
"Terbaeky, s;;r," avsis the paralyzing
answer, and the foreman, although
"knocked out," retired to a corner t him
self to indulge in the general laugh tiisit
A Avell-kuoAvn fore-man of si large Xew
York neAvspsiper composing room al
though austere inside the oilice smd fa
voring nobody, and a decidedly good
fellow outside avsis very fond of a good,
joke, Avhich naturally partook of a rather
practical nature. Some years ago a
"chapel" meeting avsis held on 'the 'pies
tion of having too many compositors on
the paper, and a committee of six Avas ap
pointed to Avait upon the foreman and
try to get him to consent to r duce the
force. A gentleman avuo is still knoAvn
among Xca.' York printers avsis chosen
chsdrman of the committee and tpokes
raan, end h'c and his associates waited
upon the "old man" end stated the case,
saying that if the force Avas reduced these
remaining could make a decent living,
AA'hen the following colloquy took dace:
"How many too m ny men do you
think are on th? paper.'"
" Wc have considered the matter and
think six is about the number."
The foreman glanced, with a twinkle
in his eye, from one end of the committee
line to the other, and said, with a Avave
of the hand across: "Well, you six can
go," and they Avere discharged.
Warrick guarentces his Mixed Paint
to do more work, look better and last
onger than Lead and Oil, try it. dCt-w4t
The finest line tf Birthday cards at
Warrick'ss Drug Store. Ji;t-w4t
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ssiid o. :
ui-5 I5iilfi.ii S .-i! p' tl Tops at '"'5c , ;
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Our 5 Ib.ok - Dud.e. s" sd 7 5c :i i d '
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Our 5 bialoii S. Co. LmhroultT :
liaek sit 75c, the bi.-t vsd 11- ever (diel.i;
for the pr.ee. i
Our ! llu'toii : v.v.'.n" .Kid, a.'smvs.iiI-;
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at sl.lio i, pair, O; e-a XaVs o.dy
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pair !:tl-;l :.? war-s.nle.l. Tie- -..!..
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Ladies" o lnllo::, same ad
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For the next lew wet.-lc-; e!i
be had for -Si50. lireliaT iriay ay all. i!i casii; or one
half cash, the other half irni.-' year; or, one third cash, bal
ance in one and two yean; or ty? cash, remainder in month
ly installments of oib; ol ;niy out: aiciceia to const rucl. a
residence worth $2,50' Jtjd upwards will be given a lot v.'ith-
' out furjer consideration.
to select vonr --esidence
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contemplate ouijumg aifJiK-c. :.-ic nui .uk
will convince the mo"st sjeptical that it is tlb: most desiraide
residence locality in thetity, ;cid ve Vvill a'!d, that the most
substantial class of bindings of which i'lr.tlsmmith can
boast for the year 187, re no; being constructed in this
h anionic addition.
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iii utmau ic-A r.a t.-. ujznjl sj
around and tlirough the entire tract.
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Anv one desiring to cansir-.ct a cottage or a more preten
tious residence in South PjuIc, can examine a large selection
of plans of the latest stvle of residences by calling at our
office. Anv one desiring to examine property with a vie-vr
to purchasing will bj driv.-n to the park at our expense.
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F. r. n t a
our lairjfo Hiock,
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b H 9 i ' ') i " $ x V ! 2 V
Our 1 IhiSb.-i nnnisw:.-!. Siedes, Ih.i-
broider d li.e k ... Tans :u: 1 linnvn, iltir-
ing 'Ins .::le on!v 75c.
Our I lai!:..n li.iii .Marelie Suedes, I'.m-
bni.i.nd I '..e i..-. ;d 1 tin- leading :-liuli'H,
at s'l. Ola ..-;-r. 'I his price' inside b in-
; 1Ul ; j. .-;i.:,!i.
Our ; i5iiUon l.i i.th S i-de. .Musfpic
1 aire, is 1 ..Mi, i mi a oiden ci backs, all tiio
,d, ,d s.
(,- s iimion M .:. Sui-dcs sit !?t.75,
regular j a i. e
;.,,. i; m:i!ii ?.!,..,. Sile' h s at 2.25,
r. -odai i -: j :-.-:!.
( i;r -j'i i ai I ! ..n Mo.- ij. Vii' -les sit !-2.75 a
pa--, Ailh .r"-i.75.
'.'I lik's'llOX CKNTS.- - -
' Oils wi'KK om.V.
Our ikiilon Jenls' "White Jouvin sit
"' I .';( a p. dr.
Oar-. Piition Cuts' LIsick Don Msirchc;
;: t s' 1 . a ; j .a i r.
Oi . '.' ! In I ! o;i i i-i;f s' I r i llg j-hlibroidcr-
i.aek ;. Tans and browns, nt ss.25,
O.i.- '.' jlislLoii 0 n(s Simpson I Jest, sit
:!.;.' 5 :. p:iir. The very best glove made,
!i''-l shade-; only.
Oi.r 2 ihitlon O. id.--' Il.-irival, ;it.L75
a pair, cm- i egular Sr2.25 glove, eyening
::.( s only.
Oiu- n 15i;'(on Castor Kiubrid-rcil
I .... ! . . 1 .-. 1 - - i I . ... 1' 1 .1 .1
u.irn.i i,i -i.j.i, nit; jiiicm ciiiviii;.; piovu
in the market.
Skii;, cswcciail y Lrxnl lor
j;ovt ;:l i7i), worth 2.25.
m for lis Ml Mi
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! its w "1. It ' u. & Vj- W a
of lots in South Park may
even though yon should not
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-i-"- O. S " $ V-:r
rta ' ' 1. 11 w v
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