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Publishers &. Proprietors.
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TERMS fOK IJAILV.
One o;y on e;ir in l v:!e by mall $S K
riaa co.iy prr inoiirh. Iy uri i-r M
On. copy ier !(, by carrlor, 13
Ttnus rax weuKLV.
8n tr.py oue year. In alvaneo $1 .V
ut)C9iysl montf. in advance 75
Sknatoic Hii)Di.Ki-.i.ii;i;ji cluiir.stobc
a prohibitionist, lie ii clouhtlesa t lie
fliiac kind of a prohibitionist tliat G rov
er Cleveland is, n civil service reformer.
Judge Guksiiam'm feaik-s-s decision in
the recent railway casva it teems lias but
iiildci a new impetus to his prefiileistial
boom that is attracting marked attention
throughout the cast.
C'ii aiilks Stkwakt Yoorhkks, son of
Danl. Voorhccs of Indiana, and ft dele
gate to congress from Washington Terri
tory, is making himself famous with his
party by introducing a bill in congress
to regulate spelling by law; he simplifies
matters by dropping all the silent letters
and useless vowels. This innovation
will be warmly received by the rank and
file of democracy whoso need for some
thing of this kind has long been noticed.
The democratic press al over the state
who failed to get the 'State rights"
theory whipped out of them in 1801 and
2 arc shedding crocodile tears over the
advent of the Pinkei ton police force; not
that the Pinkertons are interfering with
the business of any honest man, but be
cause it is an honest "unwarranted as
sumption of the prerogatives of tin
state." The crank who talks such stuff
should be relegated to the quiet shades
of Mississippi, where the "sacred prero
gatives of the state arc kept sacred with
We clip the' following from the Hebron
Journal, which showes the popularity of
our fellow townsui.ni, Capt. II. E. Pal
mer, throughout the state: "The Hebron
Journal takes pleasure in presenting the
name of Capt. II. E. Palmer, of Platt.
mouth,.as one of the four deleates-at-large
from Nebraska to the Republican
National Convention in Chicago. A man
of fine mental attainments and pleasant
appearance, of high standing for integri
ty in the business world, a leading and
influential republican, a citizen of Ne
braska for twenty-tight years, an old
sodier and an ex-department commander
of tne G. A. Ii., liked and respected
wherever known, and knowu all ovtr
the state, he is oue of the most available
men iii the state for this post of honor.
For years he has been in the forefront
helping to keep ths republican standard
on the ramparts of victory. Let him
now be recognized and rewarded."
STEEL Ii AILS.
One of the interests which wou-cl Le
vitally affected by the passage of the
new Tariff Bill is the manufacture of
steel rails. In 1883 we produced 1,084,
213 tons, which at $o3 per ton would
cost $30,109, 0t3. As it is well known
that a larger portion of the value of
steel is labor we can see how deeply in
terested the men must be who are engag
ed in this important industry. In a few
years under the fostering care of pro
tection tlie, production of rails has risen
from nothing to the above magnificent
figures, leading England in that year
nearly 400,000 tons. Under a duty of
$17 per ton we imported only 10,118
tons. The duty under the new bill will
be reduced to $11, which, added to $21,
the price in England, and $2.50 freight
would make the price of English rails
landed in America $34.50, which is only
$1.50 per ton more than our price. It
will be seen that England was unable to
compete with us while the duty was $17,
but with a reduction of $7 she can and
will compete successfully with us and
undersell us in our own market. In this
connection it will be interesting to note
the latest wages paid here and in Eng
land in the same business :
ruddier ?8 to 10 Pr wrei-k
Heater and rollers 10 to 12 p. T week
Pu ldlers 518 to $20 pr week
Jleaters and n Hers 20 to aopcrwefk
Laborers, etc., wages in same proportion.
Let it Dot le supposed that the Eng
lith iroulords will be prevented by the
trifling difference of $1.50 per ton from
making a struggle for the American
market. By no means. It is a mere bag
atelle, which they would not regird for
one moment. They have no millions of
tons of rails in stock, and the cable
would hardly have conclude.! it intelli
gence that the bill had patt-e 1 Congress
until ship-loads would be on the ocean
bound for America to cut under ay
pr'.ce our manufacturers would make.
They would not wait forIr. Cleveland's
signature. That bill he would rot veto.
A'-Iiu we warn workingmen to b up
an.i doing. Thi3 is only the l eginniog;
Un are of the end ! Irish Worlif.
Tin: iti iking of uiginurs on llio tauio
Fc and other lines where no grievance
exists between the employers and em
ployee?, in barren of a single eleme nt that
appeals to popular sympathy. The fact
that the engineers had entered into a
contract with the company not to strike
or leave their employ until th:ity days
notice had been given, and that they
contemptuously ignored their own agree
ment should make the strikers subject to
severe censure by the general public.
Nkhkaska farm mortgages are eagerly
sought for by the free trade cranks us
subjects of discussion to prove the ill ef
fect of a protective tariff. Our educa
tion may haye been neglected but we al
ways understood that a funning com
munity were very prosperous, before
they could get eastern money to specu
late with, by pledging the homestead for
payment of the same. However, the ab
solute falsity of the free trade theory as
applied to farmers is shown when you
come to examine the court records and
seo how many of these eastern money
sharks have had to foreclose thair mort
gages in order to get their money, either
interest or principal, it being a fact that
not a single farm foreclosure has been
The standard remedy for liver com
plaint is West's Liver Pill; they never
disappoint you. HO pills 25c. At War
rick's driiir store.
How It I'cels To freeze.
Early in January, 1S54, 1 left Red Wing in
comjiany with S. J. Willard, John Day, and
Albert Olson for a plaeo fourteen miles dis
tant, near where Vasa Chureh now stands,
fur the purpose of cutting and hauling logs
preparatory for our settlement at that
jxiiat tho following spring. It was a clear,
beautiful day, with the thermometer 20
tlejjs. aliovo ssero. Wo had a span of good
horses, a sleigh partly loaded with lumber,
forage, and provisions for a few days. "
Wo arrived at the spot just before dark,
and camped in a ravino well sheltered with
timber. After making ourselves comfort
able with a good supper, and a blazing log
tiro, all four laid down to sleep on a bed
made on tho snow, with a thin layer of hay
on top of some boards, and were well wrapped
up in blankets. During the night the tem
Ieraturo changed to a terrible cold, the
thermometer falling to 43 clegs, below zero,
a; wo learned afterward. Had we knows
tLi3 and kept our fire burning, there would,
of course, liavo been no danger. But being
very comfortable we all fell asleep early in
tho night, and wc-re unseoneious of the dan
ger wo were in until awakened by tho jwia
of intense cold, and then we were already so
overcome with the cold that we lacked
power or energy to get up oi even to move.
Comparing notes afterward wo found that
all had experienced a like sensation,
namely first, an acute pain, like the point
of a necsllo in every pore, but frea from all
mental anxiety, except a dull conception of
s jincthing wrong and a desire to get up, but
without sufficient energy to do so. This feel
ing, however, did not lotit long, and sub
sided gradually into one of quiet rest and
satisfaction until consciousness ceased al
together, and without any struggle or pain,
either bodily or mental. We had ail reached
that stage when, by an accident, tho arm
and bare hand of Mr. Day, who lay on the out
s:d. fell in the snow. This started the cir
culation in his body, and gave him such in
tenso pain that he quickly uroused himself
and got on his feet, and of courso we were
all saved. It took a long time before we
coidd use oar limbs suflleiently to rebuild the
Cro, and during that time we suffered much
more pain than we had before. I am satisfied
from that experience that a person perishing
i:i that way has a very easy death, be.-.-ause
l.o sinks gradually into a stupor, which
blunts his sensibility both to physical pain
and mental agony long before life becomes
extinct. Minneapolis Tribune.
llabies on the Stage.
lies. Fernandez, of New York, is the prin
cipal agent to whom managers look for their
supply of stago children. She lately ex
pressed the opinion that a baby is tho most
important factor in stage belongings. It is
absolutely necessary to have a good laby one
that will not cry, and good babies are ex
tremely rare; therefore they bring a good
price. A well behaved baby in long clothes
commands 810 a week if only to bee: ivied
across tho stage. Of this class it is difficult
to keep up the supply, for the reason that n
baby doesn't long remain a baby.
Mrs. Fernandez is one of the most
motherly and lovable of women, and her
family of a hundred or moro children cling
to her with beautiful affection. She said to
an inquirer last week that persons not in
the business can have little or no idea how
good and tractable the children of the stage
are. They are far easier to teach than men
and women ; they do not complain, and they
create no disagreeable scenes. Their kind
ness and sympathy is noteworthy. "When
one is sick," said Mrs. Fernandez, "the sister
or brother will come and take the place of
the invalid, or they will double up the parts,
or do any possible thing to keep the place
open for the absent. The salaries of children
for mobs range from $3 to $5 a week, and for
ports from f 10 to SCO a week. Hundreds of
children are employed in the theatres of the
country. They are totally free from the
jealousies and heart burnings which disturb
their older associates in art, and they think
when once they take part in a play '-they
themselves are the pivot on which the whole
affair turns. Detroit Free Press.
Announced Too Karl v.
The secretary of tho Lame Kiln Club an
nounced a communication from Terre Haute,
Ind., forwarding a series of resolutions
passed by the S. O. Q. club on the death of
"I'd like to ask the cha'r Io mean in' of
dis!" exclaimed Penstock as he sprang to his
"Why, de report of your death lias prob
ably reached Terre Haute," replied the pres
ident. "But I ain't dead, sah!"
"We ar' not to blame fur dat, E rudder.
"But I tell you I ain't dead, an' dat's a
slander on me!"
"Xo, you doan' seem to bo dead, but dis
club can't help what other people resolve.
We shall return our thanks to de S. O. Qr !
club, an' dat's as far as we kin go. Please j
sot down, B rudder Penstock."
IYnstoek sat down, and the only way ho
could get even was -by sticking a brad awl,
w hich Le carried in tbe toe of his boot, into
Elder Toot's calf with such effect that the
Elder awoke and shouted "police!" at the
top cf hi3 voice, and was fined 51,000 on the
pot Detroit Ie Press. J
PlOF-lE TALKED ABOUT.
I i tray lilts of Interest In;; l'oroiinl C. OS-
hip. II)fl from tl Ne iui-i .
Sir William Ilarcourt is particulaily
fond of cultivating cabbages.
The sultan of Turkey has prohibited
the further exportation of Arab horses.
Sam Small lave nir.c-tciithscf the home
Munrrels nmong children to tho girls.
This is small business for a man.
Ki:s.-;ell S:,go, it is said, walked into a
ISroudwuy clothing store tho other da.v
and tried on and purchased a $12 suit of
Probably tho richest newspaper man in
tho world is Mr. AIm-11, proprietor of Tho
P.altimoro Sun, whose fortune is esti
mated at i?-:o,ooo,ooo.
Senator Stanford in said to l the mo.-;t
unassumingly dressed man in Washing
ton. This indejM-ndowe in the matter of
personal decoration is one of the ad
vantages of lx'ing rich.
The present khedivo is a monogamist,
and no wonder. I lis v. ife is 2(5 3ears
old, and is desci ihed as having lustrous
dark eyes, a brilliant complexion which
owes nothing to art. Kirly teeth and a
lovely mouth, and being, indeed, a very
paragon of grace and beauty.
Tennyson feels keenly the stings of ad
verse criticism. He once said: 4,I am
liko a traveler in a lonely desert, w hen
suddenly thero appears on tho horizon
a ligure which shoots an arrow that
reaches me, enters tho flesh and rankles
there; and, although the wound is small,
'tis a smart I cannot forget."
It has been generally reorted that lha
crown prince of Germany has suffered a
good deal of annoyance f rom his inability
to smoke his pipe. The fact is that
"Unser Fritz" lias never been in the
habit of using a pile except when hunt
ing or campaigning. Cigarettes and
cigars have taken the place of his pipo
at most times.
Mr. JlacAlister, Philadelphia's super
intendent of schools, reports that tho
normal school cooking class is doing
splendidly, the girls becoming quite pro
ficient. The world will have made a
great stride toward perfect happiness
when every wife can enter her kitchen
.with cooking intelligence in her eye and
gve orders in a confident voice.
How Bismarck's speech went over the
world is shown by the number of tele
grams sent out upon tho day and evening
of its deliver. No fewer than 1.218
press telegrams, comprising 104,21b'
words, about it were sent from Berlin to
S2G different places in Germany and
abroad. The forwarding of these tele
grams was effected by 2o3 officials on
From London Mrs. Helen Campliell has
gono to Paris to -study the condition of
the poor, and will remain there until
July, and then go to German- to stay
until autumn. Mrs. Campbell bad an
exceptional opportunity of studying the
lxor classes in London, and enjoyed it
after the fashion of a reformer. On her
return to this country she will lie pre
pared to give all needful information rel
ative to the ways and means of living in
Luge cities without work or ruonev.
Whenever Jenny Lind saw anything
"small, mean or false" sho was hardly
able, says Scott Holland, to make due al
lowance 'for human frailty, nor even
for the misunderstandings and confusions
which are so inevitable. Little blunders
were apt to get magnified, friendships
found themselves abruptly broken some
times. She had a very high standard
fcr her friends, and woe to them if she
suspected them of any lapse! It was a
diiiicult matter to recover her esteem."
Col. Lamont is the "exchange reader"
of tho White House. He has had con
siderable practice in this department of
newspaper editing, and claims the ability
to get through forty papers an hour,
which is excellent work. But it must
le remembered tliat the colonel's "misses"
don't count, as he works for a scrap
book, and not for a wide awake editor.
The colonel in his reading is careful to
clip all personal references to the presi
dent and his wife, and these are a source
of much interest and amusement to the
family when assembled for social enjoy
ment. Ion't 'Want Onr Theology.
The Pall Mall Gazette reports a con
versation with the Persian ambassador
at London. "The condition," lie says,
"of our Asiatic masses, needing so muc h
that your civilization might give, is al
ways weighing on my mind. But you
make no progress with our people. Your
dogmas spoil all. The religion of human
ity, that might move our masses and
take the place of superstition, you par
alyze. We can coin dogmas like you
better than you. - Remem'oer, your reli
gion came from the east. We know what
you mean, but we will not have your
dogmas. We will have your benevolence,
your charity, joxxr justice and truth,
your science of health, j'our railroads,
telegraphs and manufactures. But you
wish to force your theology on us. Why
will you not allow us to accept what we
can, and will? Will your statesmen and
missionaries never understand this?"
This is plain talk, and it is reasonable
talk. It is precisely what wo would our
selves say under similar circumstances.
Giving Away Heal Estate.
Every season there are one or two com
panies which advertise to give land away.
The query always arises, how they can
afford to give it away. They generally
proceed in this way: Securing a large
tract of land by purchase, at a cost of a
few cents an acre, they cut it up into
lots of small size. They then advertise
to give these lots away, charging 2 or
3 for the deeds, to ostensibly cover the
cost of making out and recording them.
The actual cost to the company is quite
Email, leaving them a handsome profit
for their land. Boston Herald.
Where Elisha Missed It.
My little boy is now G years old.
When about 4 1-2 years of age I was
telling him one Sunday of Elisha, ths
prophet, and the naughty children who
called after him: "Go up, thou bald :
head." (In the illustrations the prophet
is represented as bareheaded, usually.)
Arthur listened attentively, then he said:
Why didn't Elisha have his hat cn?
Then "they wouldn't Lave seen his bold
head."- Boston Globa. j
AH EXTKAOfcCIHARY OFFIIR
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W; w.mt live, ei:ei;:etle, ucnU m every
cu. nty in tlie I'uileil St. aril Canaibi 1 sell
a i at cut ::r!u:li- t pit a: huii'.i'.s it ;.: kkitu.
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tutiii'.li !'..:. ;u.l tins fiii-i K-iikts ir .! lur us
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nimili.t. Sur I .r.; tic i i-ii Tula's cx
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tu pvcryniM' (in- nt -in li'j men v.lai i't i-eril
its t tins' ot.e ci i.i .'.(aim s lur n-taL, Semi ;;t
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I'm- exira.iuiu:;iy ( tier. Ad ires-, a? once,
N A l l N' I. .No VI I 'I V I'll..
rifJ-Sin-dAw L I .uiillllli l i t , l'illbiirtf . Ta.
How iV;cn Die.
It we know all tin-methods of approat h
adopted by tin em-iny we are the belter
enabled to wind oil' tin; danger and post
pone the moment when surrender beconns
inevitable. In 11111113' instances the inher
ent strength of the body suffices to enable
it to oppose the tendency toward death.
Many however have lost these forces to
stih an I'xt jtit t'l it there is little or no
help. In other casrs a little aid to the
weakened lungs will make all the differ
ence between sudden death and many
yeitis of useful life. Upon the first symp
toms of a cough, cold or any trouble of
the throat or lungs, give that old and
well known remedy Boschec's German
Syrup, a careful trial. It will prove
what thousands say ot it to be, the "bene
factor of any home."
Dr. David Hostctter is the most heavily
insured man in this country. The ag
rnv.-iit' of the policies held bv him is
tiogg's Ch ?rry Cough Syrup.
Is wai "ant- .1 for all that t!i(' !ab 1 calls
for, t-o if it do"S not u-lteve your cough
you can call at our stot:' and tin; money
will be refunded to you. It acts siniul
tainouslv 0:1 all parts of I he- sy.-tent,
thereby leaving no bad results. O. P.
Smith & Co., Druggi-ts. jC3-3nHl&w
An observant metropolitan barber says
that he can tell one's physical condition
bv the state of the hair!
CEoT PSIEPAT.ATSON EVES f-BCDLCES
I'cp Co'jrhs, Hjsrs'.-r.e'ss. Weak Lunrs, VYh.-j.tplrj
ie li. I'rv, ilae!:ine e'ciiuhs ot' lunrr s!::ii.i:ij-, ;;iui
r!l i.i-..i.lii::l ;iu l 1-iui ; A!;cc-ti(itis. Try it.
VV-rrcnicI tf C-ra Ccnsamplion in its uritcr Sttsc-3.
AI'.-r3'"AB) ihsr,h:'.e Do,:n"cn ovar Psin-
PA!K C-U? f V.'ill flirt- f.-l:. S- r- 'Hum;.!,
C riii;, l 'l i -l i-iii .-',W utuN. etc.. In k :' t t li:in vy
i'.!iei i:i-ur-'!U' n' ai'ili. Currar.tcil to C '.'O F'.licunvj
t'stn avA fie'tralgia. V:u lant .1 .j y. ur i!ni; s;i-!.
!" . f.tH-. aiiil ? i." 1-Vt $1 vi- wiil si inl ha real oi
ci;!:i-r e'lif;', r:; less j n'l ::M. :' i:i -o
rail-r.aaJ Penie-jy Co., Bdx 272, Lincoln, Kt!.
Trade supplied by Kic.hurd.- on Drug Co..
ScgS's Cisrry Ccugh Syrup.
Is the oiily ineelicine that arts directly
on the Lungs. Uioeid anil Bowels, it re
lieves a cough instantly and in time
1 flee ts a pet mum :t cure. Sold by (). 1.
Smith & Co., druggi.-ts. j2ri,:bno,d-v,'.
Dt. Schlieinann has ixtme to Alexaml
ria with 1'rofi-s.sor Virehew, and will
spend several months in Egypt making
Sega's Blod Purirscr and Blocd
Xo remedy in the w oriel has gained
the popularity that this i:e iie'ne lias, r.s
s ho! el ou famllv nuu;ci.ie. Xo one
should be without it. It litis no calomel
1 fjuiiiiiH in its composition, consequent
ly no bad effects can atipe from it. We
keep a full supply at all limes. O. I.
Mirit Co. Druggist. j'2.;-:)nioe:.V:v,'
We will pay the above reward fcr any
t:se of liver complaint, dyspepsia, siek
leudache, indigestion, constipation or
ostiveness we cannot cure with
Vest's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the
tirections are strictly complied with,
fhey are purely vegetable, and never
fail to give satisfaction. Large boxes
.r-ntaining 30 sugar corded pills, 25c.
for sale by till druggists. Beware of
counterfeits and imitations. The genu
ine manufactured only by John O. Well
& Co., Sf2 W. Madison St. Chicago, Its
Sold bvW. .J Warrick.
Dr. I C. West's Vervf and Uriiiu Tter.'Mi'rt
ijjuarnnipj s!e-!i'.c b.r lystetii Dizz-iiess.
fiiiiv'.i!si 'i:s. Kirs. Nervous .v c iiMl-iht, II--ad-a'H.-.
iivei-ii I i.;s!f::!;oii eHU-eu t y tli-itse
of a'-)lu; or ti'liaeen. vt akef illness. S'enta! 1'e-r-S!-ion,
Suftenitj; of the : ruin le.-uUii- in in
sanity a'i ieadirs: t lt'tsery, rtecay iiiiu ':'a!it,
-rptitatittc eld Ajce. Ilarrei-ness. i.(s.s i-t r.v
er ia t-ither.Si x. liivoli:i,ii.iy l-sea iiiiu Sju-r-ir,at.
rrl!ii,:i caused by ovi-r-Pxerl;in cf :lie
br.iin. selfabuse orovef-iiutnljfence Facli bi-x
contains oue month's treatment, ?1 00 a l-x
orsix boxes for iu.bO, sen' -by mail prepaid or
receipt cf price
WE GUARANTEE SLX BOXES
To cure any cae Willi each oriter r-ceivr-d
by lis for six bors, aecompan pd with 5 CO,
we will send t 'no pitrehasT 'Ur wiitten Kiiuran
tee to leturn the money if the tu atment 1! .
not flTert a cure. Guarantees issued only by
Will J. "Warrick sole agent, riattsinontli. b.
' MANUFACTURER OF AND
WHOLESALE & RETAIL!
DKAJ.ER IN THE j
Choicest Brands r-f Cigars,
including our " )
Flsr de Pepporbergo tar.d 'Cuds
FULT, OF '
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES
oUvaya in fr'';. Kot.: 20, It?!.
-1 must niako rooia for juv-
Corning and tlicreforc will
' cent, below regular
&11 Goods 2ar2r.G& in IPlain 2Tignroo,
Ludics' French Kid . $5 00 20 per cent, digcount $4 $0
Ladies' French Kid 1 r,0 " " " 13 50
Ladies' JJnVht Dongola .4 00 " " 3 20
Ladies' JJriht Dongola ! 00 " " 2 40
Laeies' Kid MT 1 SO
Dadies' Feh. (Joat 2 50 2 00
Ladies' Fe!. (Jt.at 2 ir " 1 80
Men's Jiurt Shoes S 00 " " C 40
Men's Shoes i 50 " " 3 60
Men's Shoes ... 0 75 " " " 3 00
Men's Shots 2 SO " " " 2 00
Childrens "Little Giant School
reduction. Now is your
Oliver &l E.aragef Proprietors.
BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, POULTRY
We keep constantly on hand the iiner-t and trefheet line of meat
in tho city. Meats el all kirds in their matov.
SUGAR CURED MEAT?, HAMS, BACON, LARD,
SAU5AGE AND MINCE MEAT.
And everything to suit the demand our trade. Give ua a trial,
South Side Main Street,
AVIIOLTCSAI.K ANl liETA 1 1, UKALEU IN
Fork, Muttoii, Veal and Poultry,
Z isa.'Tita all o givo mo a trial.
Sugar Curv'd Mentn, Ilnms, Ilacou, LiirJ,
l iim prices, uo r.oi
17 ii--" '.v. i53 n-ir-i S?2l rrP -
KITCHEN, BED BOOM,
Lowest a?ricQ3 in th.Q City. Call and
S !XT!I STREET, JiET. MAIN AND VINE. PLATTS5IOUTII. NIB.
nspr np n
V UUUui IUU
PORK PACKERS and d::ali:i:3 in IJUTTEIt AND LGG3.
lOKK, MVTTOJi AND VEAL.
THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS ALWAYS ON HAND.
Sugar Cured Meats, Hams. Bacon, Lard, &c, c
of our own make. The Iiest brnnds cf OYSTERS, in cans and bulk, at
WHOLESALE A'D RETAIL.
c3rX"r 'assise :jL';' o..n-: '
of Spring Gooii
rt'duco nil kutlier ootTs- 0 pr
prices lor cufeh oulr.
Shoes," the lef-t in the market, fame
chance to lay in a cheap euoply.
JSetwcc-n Fifth and Sixth.
tc, etc. Ficli Ovetcrs in Can nnd Ealk
imi to eive me your patronflge.
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