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Publishers & Proprietors.
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Is publiUeil every eveiiliif except Suinlay
atil Wwkly pvi-ry l"liurml;iy iiiorntnj;. l'jrts
tred At tlio poMoince, rniliiuiiout li. Velir.. ; a
nfcond-f lns matter. Oflloi; corner of Vine and
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Dauk to Jo right, and trust the conse
quences to infinite wisdom. James (.
The amount of muscular lying which
lias been going on among the democrat
of the country in regard to the friendly
ami cordial Btate. of affairs between the
president and iiov. Hill, will acquire a
new iniprtuH since the desperate and
drawn brittle -vhich took place between
their henchmen at Albany two days ngo.
It was a fight to know who should have
the coinmiltciiian on the national demo
cratic ticket and while Hill was strong
enough to keepGrovcr from naming the
person he was not strong enough to name
I113 own man; and, after an neciitnonious
and prolonged battle the place was left
Tbe people are noting the frilled edges
of the democratic blanket of reform all
around the union; the criminal trial of
ballot box stutters and tally sheet forgers
in Indiana and Ohio; pronunciamento of
the Mississippi Klu Klux at Jackson and
the bloody threats of the opposing fac
tious in Louisiana, in which they charge
the very crimen on on Another which
tlheir northern doughface democratic
allies iTTC ueen lJin" about and deny-in-
tho fran.f'ilent seatingof Mr. Cnrli-le
d the cowardly
on his own ailidavit
criminal unseating of Mr. "White
twelfth Indiana district, whose election
the democrats admit, all tend to show
what the country may expect from four
years more of such rule.
Mr. IIexry Cabot Lodge's article in
the North American Jletiew for Febru
ary on th fisheries question contains a
well-merited rebuke of the New York
Times for giving utterance to such un
patriotic sentiments as these: ''It would
be better to buy out the Yankee fisher
men and set them up in some ether busi
ness to keep them quiet than to be kept
in a turmoil over their wretched fuss.
The only way is for the Government to
go serenely along and leave the Glouces
ter fishermen to find out that their whin
ing is uncalled for." llr. Lodge says
that these sentences rpad as if they had
been taken from some English newspa
per before the War of the Rebellion; and
and then denounces the same journal for
printing on Christmas day "a long and
scurrillously abusive article about the
Gloucester fishermen, winding up with
the statement that they were all aliens
an absolute falsehood." lie adds that it
is almost incredible that any American
editor could say such things of any c lass
of his countrymen; and it only fchows how
far people can be carried by personal pol
itics and partisan rancor. Mr. Lodge
lives in Boston and not in this town,
where the vagaries of the Importers Own
are notorious. If he had read that un
American journal oftner he would not
have affected surprise at sentiments more
English than the London Times' leaders
were during the civil war. N. Y. Tri
lune. Repcblicakc can be found who will
vote for men of Lamar's stamp to sit
on the supreme bench of the L'nitcd
States and to seat Mr. Carlisle upon his
own affidavit and against the weiirht of
even such exparte testimony; yet, a dem
ocratic majority of the house posesses the
devilish dishonesty to unseat a republi
can elected in Indiana in the face of an
admitted majority of oyer two thousand
yotes. This is democracy; this is the
party now administering upon the effec ts
of this nation and from ?Ir. Cleveland
down its majority is obtained by brazen
acts of dishonesty; disfranchised voters,
rifled ballot boxes and perjured eau
Tassers are its trophies and the platform
upon which a solid south with a ditt
eating majority in the north, gain by
crime what they failed to obtain by
Eecession and civil war. Howling about
a tariff they simply seek to throw sni.d
in the eyes of the American people while
they overturn the will of that people by
their brazen disregard of everything tli.it
tends to threw any protection around the
ballot of the elector. It is a party which
must be hurled from power. The unseat
ing of Mr. "White of the twelfth Indiana
district is a dirty democratic outmge
which will be heard from in Indian i. :"
Begs's Cherry Cough Syrup.
Is warranted for all that the label calls
for, so if it does not relieve j our cough
you can call at our store and the money
will be refunded to you. It acts simul
taneously on all parts of the system,
thereby leaving no bad results. O. P.
Smitii & Co., Druggists. j25-3uid&w
A VJIY I'XCAI CALIFORNIA.
Our California friends complain bit
terly that whilo the New York fruit im
porters have been invited by the authori
ties to give their opinions on tariff revi
sion, our own fruit growers have received
no such invitation. This is not at all
surprising when w see that the adviser-in-chief
of the democratic majority of
the Ways and Means committee is "Par
ses" Moore, an importing agent, and that
the advocates of American interests have
bewn publicly notified that they will not
be heard at all. If California were a
British colony she might expect better
treatment from the present administra
tion, but .being only an American state
she must take the consequences until we
have an American administration. The
San Francisco Post hits the nail square
on the head in the following paragraph:
"The wool-tariff men and tho fruit
growers must combine for the preserva
tion of their threatened interests. "Wool
and fruit and iron may have no obvious
connection with each other, but if each
interest fights by itself they will all bis
All our interests must stand or fall to
gether. KINDLY SKINNED.
Atlanta Constitution (Dein.): Senator
Edmonds, in the February Harper, re
plies to Mr. Watersolfs argument printed
in the January number. Mr. Edmuuds
-kiiiH Mr. Wutterson kiudly, but he does
We have been waiting, with tremb
ling, the reply of our eminent economist
Mr. Sherman to this article of Mr. Ed
munds. We have cabled Mr. "Watterson
to assign his interest in tho contract to
our celebrated contemporary whose zeal
and information on the tariff question is
equal to a bone factory.
Who is Your Best Friend?
Your stomach of course. "Why? Be
cause if it is out of order you are ono of
the most miserable creatures living. Give
it a fair chance and tee if it isnotthe best
friend you have in the end. Ion"t smoke
Don.t drink in the
"t smoke and drink
inornimr. If you m
wait until your stomach is thrC'15lA Wlth
brcikfast. You can drink more and
smoke more in the evening and it will tell
on you less. If your food ferments and
does not digest right- if you are troubl
ed with Heartburn, Dizzniess of the head,
coming up of the food after eating, bil
iousness, indigestion, or any other trouble
of the stomach, you had best use Green's
August Flower, as no person can use it
without immediate relief.
CLIPPINGS FROM THE EXCHANGES.
Interesting; Items on All Sorts of Sub
jects Bits of Good Reading.
Six of the London theatres have been
condemned by the fire department.
France is about to issue nickel silver
coinage to tho amount of 14,000,000.
An octopus with tentacles three feet
long has been captured on the beach at
"Currency green" is a new shade, the
tint of freshly printed $3 bills, and can
only be worn by the whitest skinned
blondes who also have color.
Thirty thousand forged tickets were
scattered abroad for the jubilee cere
monies at the Vatican. The genuine
tickets had to Imj printed over again.
Two Americans who have been travel
ing for three months through Europe on
a tricycle, say- their joint expenses are
only ?o.25 a day, sightseeing expenses
A spotted dog that follows the delivery
wagon of a carpet store in Pliiladelphia
wears an oilcloth cover on which is
printed an advertisement of his owner's
A new French device for applying per
fume is a pencil, which is rubbed on the
article to be scented. Violet, heliotrope,
opoponax and all the fashionable odors
are now sold in this form in Paris.
The most profitable piece of fruit land
for its size in the United States is said to
lc the Sneer & Ginn grove, near Sanford,
Fla. It comprises four and a half acres,
and this year's yield of limes sold for
In one of the St. Louis cemeteries is a
headstone reared by an appreciative hus
band over the grave of his wife. It bears
this comprehensive inscription: "I did
not have to rob my employers to keep
you in extravagance."
A submarine sieam tramway is to be
constructed in Normandy. It will run
along the sands between the watering
places of DeauviUe, Villers, Calxjurg and
lloulgate during the bathing season. The
rails will be pulled up for the winter.
Albert M. Thompson has arrived in
this country, and is going to 6tudy medi
cine in the Medical College of Indiana.
The interest of this announcement is in
the fact that he is a full blooded Vey
negro, the son of Do wanna, king of the
Lpper Peron country, and of Sandy
manda, queen cf Jarbacca. His African
name is Momora. He i3 20 years old
and well educated, having studied at
-i'CaDe 3Jount, West Africa.
A Lesson in Physiology.
A pupil in one of the public schools of the
city complied recently in the following man
ner with a request to write a composition on
the subject of a physiological lecture to which
tho school had just listened:
"The human body is made up of the head,
tho thorax and the abdomen.
"Tho head contains the brains, when there
"Tho thorax contains the heart and the
"Tho abdomen contains the bowels, of
which there are live: A, E, I, O and U, and
sometimes W and Y," Philadelphia Item.
DANGERS WHICH NO LIVING MAN
CAN FACE VERY LONG.
A Hunter IVho Would Fight Tigers Mor
tally Afraid of Crocodiles Paralyzed
by a Deadly Serpent An OBIcer'i
Night of Horror.
You often hear it said of a man that ho
doesn't seem to know what fear is. He may
not, so far as standing up before other men
or facing ordinary dangers, but thorn are
two dangers which no living man can face
and hold his nerve very long. I assert this
because it has been my fortune to met sonio
of the most courageous men of this genera
tion, and I have had opportunities to see
their nerve under fire.
Wr ilo I was in tho employ of the English
mail service in India, one of the ideas worked
out was speedier transportation. New routes
were selected to save distance, and whenever
it was possible the rivers were made use of.
On one occasion I was descending tho Little
Rangoon river with three natives and the
mail bags, when we wero hailed from shore
by an English hunter who had lxeu camping
out among tho fierce wild animals and
poisonous serpents for seventy days. Ho
was entirely alono, and ho had killed five
leopards, three tigers, six or eight largo ser
pents and much other game. He had several
fresh seai-s to prove a hand to hand coniliet
with a wounded tiger, and the bare fact of
his being alono in that country, exposed to
almost every danger ono could dream of, was
proof that ho was a bravo man.
Ho had a raft at the bank and was alout
to cross the stream. After u visit of a quarter
of an hour we took him in tow and dropped
down about a mile. We had just headed
for the other bank when I saw a large croco
dile riso to the surface just behind the hun
ter's raft. The man had not entered tho bo.it
with us, but was sitting on his traps on the
raft. I called to him to shoot tho reptile, and
ho roso and mudo as pretty a shot as ono ever
saw, striking the saurian in the eye and kill
ing him at once. Wo were applauding tho
shot when a dozen of tho monsters broku
water all about tho raft.
Tho hunter had a repeating rifle, and
ho stood on his feet and banged away
right and left as coolly as yon
please. I ordered tho men to ecaso
rowing and got out my own riflo, but before
I had fired a single shot a monster crocodile
climbed upon tho side of tho Lht Lam2oo
raft and upset it. IVo backed water very
rapidly, and it was not over thirty seconds
before boat and raft had bumped. At 1 he
same, instant the hunter rose beside t li Kt,
and one of the natives pulled him Whilo
ho lay on the bottom of tho boat v. e rowed
about and picked up such of his traps as
were afloat. It was very Lttlo wo save-1 u.s
his firearms had gone to the bottom an;l hjj
sliins and pelts had been swiftly devoured by
Whea I came to offer the man some spirits
his looks had choused so that I could scarcely
believe he was the same man. No ono stand
ing o:i tho gallows trap could havo been moro
broken up. He had scarcely swallowed tho
whisky when ha began to cry. and he insisted
that we coyer him up in the bottom of tlio
boat. It was a whole fortnight before tho
man recovered his composure, whilo his nerve
was gone forever. He who had stood with
knife drawn awaiting the rush of a tiger,
and who carried marks to prove his bravery
and hi3 victory, had been totally broken up
by an experience of less than two minutes in
the water with a dozen crocodiles. On one
of my trips up this same river, and HHj miles
from tho coast, I camped one night with a
party of British officers who wero out on a
hunt. Tho leader of the party, and the best
shot and bravest man in it, was Ma j. Curtiss,
a man about 40 years old. Ho had killed
ynore wild animals than any white man in
the province. Armed only with a revolver,
he had entered a bungalow in which a mur
derar was concealed, and taken him awa'
from a crowd of his friends, and delivered
him over to justice. On a bet of $75 he had
swam the river amid the alligators, and ho
would stand for the rush of a tiger or the
spring of a panther with a laugh on his bps.
They said of the major that he did not know
what fear was. He, perhaps, thought so
The camp was on the bank of tho river,
and only a temporary one, and no tents or
covers were erected, "We eat around the
fires until a late hour, smoking and yarning,
and when we rolled ourselves for sleep tho
major and I were only four feet apart, with
nothing between us. The camp grew silent at
once, and everybody was soon sound asleep.
I was just dozing off when I thought I de
tected tho crawl of a snake near me, but
after listening closely for a minute I con
cluded that it was a lizard or on insect.
Daylight was just coining when I opened
my eyes. I was on my left side, turned
toward the major, and I noticed that ho was
on hi3 back. Close besido me was a revolver,
which I had slipped out of it3 holster tho
night before that I might havo it handy in
case of need. Not another soul in the camp
was yet aroused, so far as I knew, and I lay
listening to the noises in tho surrounding
forest whilo daylight continued to grow
stronger. I was about to arise, when I sud
denly saw the head of a serpent lift itself
above the major's breast and wave to and
fro. I shut my eyes for a few seconds, and
then opened them to see tho saino sight
again. I even tried it again and again, fear
ful that I was dozing, and not wishiug to
believe what I plainly saw.
It certainly was the head of a venomous
serpent, a 6pecies closely resembling the
American black snake, and as deadly as any
serpent in India. It waved its head and
darted its tongue for a moment, and then
settled back into its coil. As soon as tho
head went down I felt for my revolver and
drew back the hammer. The click! click I
alarmed the snake, as I knew it would, but
by the time he had elevated its head again I
had my arm outstretched, and the muzzlo of
tho revolver within two feet of him. It was
a snap shot and had to bo made on the in
stant, and it was by pure good luck that I
sout a bullet through his ugly head. He was
writhing and Copping about as I sprang up,
imd was dead as I bent over the major.
The snako had crept out of the bushes and
upon the major's breast early in the night.
It was not more than midnight when tho lat
ter awoke and found tho serpent coiled up,
and ho know that any movement on his part
would result in certain death. For three
hours and a half he had rested on the broad
of his back, never moving a muscle, with his
eyes wido open, and that serpent's head part
of the time waving to and fro within six
inches of hi3 face. When I bent over him he
was helpless. When we got him off the
ground he sank down again and began to
weep, and it was fully two hours before he
would talk to us. The result of his experi
ence was that he became a perfect physical
coward, started at tho slightest noise, and
was ready to run from even a house dog.
The pound party, as a means of church
charity, has been introduced into England,
where it is- considered "a singular experiment,"
PARAGRAPHS ABO LI f PEOPLE.
Iziura Evans, a lictlo Kentucky girl.
lias suddenly become violently msano at
!,.. !nr.- f.f r.
Sir Idorcll Maclccn.-.ie ought soon to be ,
the richest practitioner in tiio world. He
treated cightv-foiir f iiiferi rs from the
: throat in one day recently.
! Mi-h. Taylor, of G::K-i:n, rpoke dls-
pinigingly "f Groivr S.-o'it's s::!t codii. li.
He taid tivjy were 1:-L iiue boanI.s, and
olTVrvd lo let 1 1 -i- bit him on tlte h'-ad
' with one for twci't y-!ivo cents. She
; planked down tlr1 money and tapped
: him with tin- iish. breaking a jaw and
I tearing utl part of om.' of bi.s cars.
J Aih'lina Putti I'i'vcr takes any out of
; door exercise. She is very nna 'i afraid
of old air, and win n she goes out for a
j drive in winter sv.a'.li'M hen-elf in fura,
! liis up her bead and even puis cotton in
her cars. She never speaks in the night
j air, and when slio runs from the sttigo
i door to her carriage her mouth is covered
' by the scarf that goes over her head.
Mme. Patti has kept her void., in good
condition iv this treatment, but it would
not do for every one.
Mrs. Hendricks, tho widow of the ln'.e
vice president, is mud to b; a t liorou'li !
woman of I. tidiness. SL..- is now in l.'ali-
fornia, where she is gone b, look lifter
her interests in cerlv.m miin-j, on which '
her hub:md spent H;o.M'.k. There are
12,001) acres in the Hendricks tract, and
she proposes to make a careful examina
tion of it to see wbef her it is good fruit
growing soil. Urs. lleinirieks has been
president of tho Indiana state prison re
formatory for iuuitetn and she
only returns from '.!!" a'nia for tin sake
of attending a nifes her oi' the board.
There ere 0J incubators in lh.; country
n:-.d the production ii lVoai lo,UK 000 to 1-J -UWjOOO
clucks annually. '
The marriage fees of some i'ew- ors
clergymen mv said lo amount to more
than their tJaiic-.
CEi-T PnEPAKATiO.N EVEH W-OLUO-rtJ
For Cz' '.vi, Vi3zvzens&s. Weak Li-n.y-:. V;' j
t 'i !. I'i v, liuckine t oaah ;!' !::.; s-!:n;.-, ;u.i
i.rm.j l.i.i! :ml Ijms e!i;ir-. T: . ie
Warm nic:! ta Cure Consimpi?ars in i? Ii
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IfllSM-n, e.uiity ji, ),..'. v.ilhin ;;i fl " ;V (V -s
comsly. Nel.r si:;:, am) fai n' liir'-ce1"'. I win
o.i 1 lie Uu 'i i!;i n! I t'!'! u: i v. ,. I), l. -s. ;n :y
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toisevr'.y txciip'ed .'jy .!i::i- S. I'ei.", !! j'-nn.
fOeet iii I l::r;s;i.e!.: ii, (';-? ('.::;. . v,-i.,.j.ii.
fc.W tit P'.silij i'.iiutH!:.. tUe ;ui ia ; :; :'i.i.s jutd
e'l'.Ul!ie Jo-iMt ;
All tin- f!"ck (if i.u-'';u! il c l-i'.'bvari'.
ctirstiuj.' ( 11 st.ivos. ss i Ii i::-. i.ails.
screer.'; ;;ikI 1'litt-'. l.i l-i.'ek i -;. !:i:ivf a'al
furk.-prlnir wile, plow laUMlles !.m' v;i ii ize tl irrul,
siiiull tuber, lrua bt.'t-. weM iu-l-, oekvT
knives ar.d e'.tl.'iy. etc. : lei:iu : il tin. Meek of
Julia S. t ui:euovre s.Ui'ci!: mis l.l ;-.r.c i
ill s:ii-l si.rt: re. i:i. il.e suiiil' nt ". iev;e ! ,,
on :t!i.i t;il k s l!io iro;ieri y .n.'!.:t S. t)i,;.c,
defeii.-iiilit ; t s:iti-:y n-e imiijum is of
eouri. reni enrii ; i nihlin.' '.V. li.Sclii
knecllt. iit!'fie!(l ! :'!I'e ' ;. 1..; iioia lim -ft
Co. (' Sil v;. -priertl J V- , I'hiiu! ills,
.'.gainst S:.!(1 (It i'.T.ii uii.
rinttiinuuui, :).. ' unitary TO, A. 1. lf-.
M. M'M't WAIN. 'o!
If 11 '-'..ss C.nuny, clirka.
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Dr. E. O. Ves's Nervp nml T.-;iin Tr. ufin. ist
a guarantee siiccific for llvste.ld ii..ii.Ts.i.
Cenvillsieiis. Kits. Nryeua Nein.;l-ri::, JIr:;i
ache. crvt!iuis rreslr;. iie;i caused liy tlte ;i-e
ef atcoltol v telii'.rc:), WnkefiiUiess. (!, ml ho
preMOii, Softening ot tlio I'ihiii rc-MsltiTHj in isi
sauity aie! ieiniiiii: t - misery , ilecny .'tiii 'leaili,
rematme eld Aj;c. r.arr-!it1fs-, X.e?s of l'mv
er in eiriif r s; x. lav. ie.utary .r-ss:s ;:u i Sj.t-r-mat
ri!u :t ausc.'l liy nvi r-:ert ie:i ! ilse.
brain, sellalmse or ovei -iiidtilgenee l-"aeh lex
eontaiiis one nioiitlrs treatment. "'1 0.1 a lux
ursix boxfs for c5 00. si iu liy mail prepai'lor
reH'iit of jTloe
Wr. GUATIAKTEE SIX EOXES
To cure any eas.i Willi eaei; order recoivl
by us fo- six bovrs, ::ecn:i"a!i ed with -5-5 uo,
we wili send tiie ourelir.ser our wriiton guaran
tee to return tl'e irmiey if the n Ir.ient i!ns
not fleet a fiire. ( ;.i:iiaidees issued ( i.iy !--V
ill J. "Warrick sole asent, l'latisr.ea;!i, iSi b.
We will pay he above rev. aid fcr nny
case of liver toninlaint, dyinipsiii, sick
headaclie, indigestion, constipation or
costivt-ness we cannot cure with
West's Vcgtal.ile Liver Piih, when the
directions are r-tiietly romplivd. with.
They are purely ", euetable, and never
fail to give suLir-factiun. Larjrc lio.vcs
containine; CO Mtar coated jiills, 2iC
For sale by nil drnits. D'-v.are of
counterfeits and imitations. The genu
ine lnanut ctuied only by John O. ell
& Co.. W. .Madison fct. Chicago. Its
Sold byV. .J Vv'arrick.
Use Dr. Black's llheuniatic Cure if
it don't do you any good come in and
we will give you your money buck. For
sale by Smith & Black.
Use Dr. Black's Ilhcuuiniic Cure and
throw away your cane nnd crutr hes.
For sale by Siuith & Black.
The standard r. tnedv for liver com- J
Plaint i.. West's Li v-r Pi il they never j
it'.sapi) uu you. .j j ius :..c. -v; ar-
rich's dritiT store.
ich's dritiT store. J
cureu more cases oi liiieuinatisin in tt:e
last, ten years in this eity and c.ar.ty than
any and all other medicines put together.
For sale by Smith & lilack.
SIAXCFACTUREK OF AND
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DKALER IX TUF.
Choicest Uraiids of Cigars,
Flor de Pepperbcrgo' end 'Suds
FtXL LIXE OK
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES
always in stock. Nov. 2G, 1 885.
N vJa Aii&fo
-I must niiike
1 A W tm mm H.- m I -4 14 mm u mm mm n nm - mm II r ft
1HDHKaa BlHtf ra Hnmnillllliin
y a t a n n y h u h h iui uu iiii u vl u
7 as tiu m kiu Vu Jj m "
Lerge Stock of Spring Goods
Coming ami therefore will reduce nil leather goods 20 per
cent, below regular prices lor c:ish only.
Gocds &Sail2G:l izx iPlain. Figures.
Ladies' French Kid
Ladies' French Kid .
; Ladies' JJriirht 1 lunula . . . .
i , 1 i i ' i - i .
.aeico' K id ..... .
Dadiet,' Feb. (Joat.
! Ladies 1 t o. (oat
j Men's Hurt Shoes
Shoes . . .
Shoes . . .
: .vieil S
Childreiis '-Little (Jiant S;-hod Shoes," the best in the market, same-1
reduction. JS'ow is your chance to lay in a cheap supply.
BOSTON MEAT MARKET,
Oliver c2s X-lD.mo, S'ropriotors.
BEEF, PORK, BUTTON, VEAL, POULTRY
V.'e he p e ly on h;md fiie fit: ; : t and Ireshest line of meats
in city, bleats 1 all ki.vds in their season.
j SUGAR CURED MEAT ',
SAUSAGE iU;D MINCE MEAT.
And everything to suit the demand our trade. Give us a trial,
Son tli Side Main Street,
Merctmtile l.aw and llv.A Estate Litgation a specialty. Col
lections made in all parts of the State through competant attorneys.
Persons desiring the best oi Fl K IXSU ANCE can get it by ap
plying at this office, either in tlte old Phcenix, of Hartford, JL tna, of
Hartford, Queen, of Liverpool, Niagara, AVescern, Trnderg of Chicago.
Xo better companies can be found anywhere, and the rates are as W
as can be had in any reliable company.
FARM - INSURANCE
Yfe have an exceedingly large list of Kcalty for sale, both im-
proved and unimproved, including .some of the most desirable resi
dence property in the city. Jt property is wanted either within tho
old town site or in any of the additions to tho city, it can be had
throii'di this oflice. Ppr?nn I-..-;,,.
will consult their best interests iy
The loveliest residence locality in
,. , . ,
ohice lor feloO, in payments ot one
. c- t- i i
tro jeais, oi 2o down, balance in
siring f0 visit thi locality, whether
a lot or not, by calling at our office
expense. Remember the place,
room for my-
?r 00 20 per cent, discount $4 00
4 r)() i, a a 3 50
4 oo " " 3 20
(,() " 2 40
2 Ho " a1 oo
iK k H 1 80
s oo t H C 40
4 50 a " 3 60
75 ii H ? 00
2 50 " (i " 00-
"AMS, BACON, LARD,
JJetween Fifth and Sixth.
FuJ,e"v wr sale or exchani
lining tlte same with us.
the city can be purchfaad f v
- third down, balance in
monthly payment- A ,
payments. Anvona d...
they have in view the pnrcha.e of
will be driven to the Tark free ef
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