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PL.ATTS3IOUTII, NEBRASKA, MONDAY EVENING, JUNE lO, 1889.
? C ROYAL PSR1."!
; ; i iw lt r ih vit v.n ii s. A maivel of pur
tr .-villi :ii! I v. Ii-ile-nnii-nrs-'. Morn ccono-
I lit tn tin- ordinary kind. :md cannot be
i- ll::lictllll'il Vllfll 111'? multitude of low
li rt t-i:;ht al'im or plm-pha'e powder.
mill in coiia. linVAL llAKlMi l'oWDl'.l!
1-W Wi.!l .St. X. Y.
i.VH I.OL:H' No. 11':. 1. . O. F.-Meets
VA:v-ry Tuesday veniii.; f t:wli week. All
lr:tn.-i-'ut b.jthi-is ara rc-peclf uily inviled to
fiLAlTM Utii il I'-NOAMl'MICST Xo.S.I.O.
. :u-!ci-: every alternate 1-r.day in
cadi in l!i Ma-o::ie IS. ill. Visiting
itr-iili.-:.! ur.j iivko.l to attend.
UI.ATI iMliUTi! I.UUC.V. X. c, A. F. A. M.
Jit-el-; on t!i'- fii'-t :'int third Monday- of
eaf:i :i:o:il!i ;t l":i-ir hall. All transient broth
ers life cordially i:i:e.l t meet v:to u-:.
.). t:-. Kl;:i kv, V. M.
Wit. Mats'. Sicreiary.
t.v cvm; Xi. M'tniiUN v.oo:ii:n
.f Ar-'TiiM. let'!. m ciji'l and foiirih Mon
day f-veuiii at K. of !'. hull. All transient
i iota'T-! arc rt'!;i:ei'i to no-i-J. -.villi us. A,
No'-Vtti.vf.or, Vl"iit:i'm!;' lonsiil ; i . . I", N;l;.-'
Woniiy A.ivistrr ; s. V. Willi'. i(u:iker ; W. A.
:kb;:vska riiAi'Tici:. nd. a. k. a. m.
MiH'ls iron-.l :.inl fariii Tuesday of ea-li
l-i'jiith :il MrtT.srs liall. Tiaiuei.-nl biOlhers
are luviteU to meet witli us.
K. E. White, ll. P.
Var. ! v. Sj?rct:iry.
't? ZJON l'05tiAl).VllV, NO. 5, K. T.
j.U.Met tirst aad t!ird W ednes-1 ly nilit of
ea;:li iiioalli nt .M-i-ioti's 1) all. Visiting brother
ttre cordially invited to meet with us.
W.M. IIavs. Kee. F. li. Wiiitb, E. C.
iLTTrfMOUllI Ml;iC N). 3. A. . IT. W.
Mceis" evt-ry alfrnate Friday eveninj; r.t
Kociiwood li'.l :;t tl o'clocn. Ail traiiicsit broth
ers are ii-sp'-ct fully invited to atttud. L. .S.
Karson, M. W. ; F. l'.oyd. Foreiaaii : S. C.
V llde. U"cord:T ; Loonard Andersou. . ver'ieT.
T'KIO LODtiK X-. SI. A. O. U. W. Meets
every a'.tfrnas Friday eveaiii at lv. of 1.
li ill. J'r iasie:it br.)t twri are resjiecUally iu
vted toatleiid. F. F. I'.fo.vn. .Vaster ork
tn'n ;1 11. K ;aster. !''..ivnan ; 1". ft. Sl-:mker
Over-i.-er; vr' . II. M:!!r, Financier; ti. F.
J'ousewoiTU. Kee.rdr ; K. M--r4an. ISecuiv
er ; W m. .li.m. ".li ie ; Win. Lu-lwi, Inside
iValii : - 'i-'in. outside Watci
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I'lnl'V "..Tt: - - FilANK DICKSON
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i.pi:v .-i-r - JOHN.M l.EYPA
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-urve- '.r. H. F. . HMiivr
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Su-nlof'pub school-". - MavxakiiSpixk
Coauty Jud-e. - - - C. lfJssaLL
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PLATTSKOUTH 30ARD OF TRADE
President bt. li Wiudliam
lit Vice rreslde:-.r .A. H lofid
2nd Vic-.' l'riside:n Xevnle
TreasurA F. K.GulUinau
I C K'Uev F. K. White, .1 C. Fatfer.son,
J. A. ;o :tier. . F.I"on, C. W. Shermau, F. tior-d'.-r.
J. V. V. cck'uath.
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...Senior Vice "
1 iflieer of t'.ie I ay.
" " 2uard
... Serirt Maior.
Anotmsox Fky.. ..Quarrer Master Senit.
CvTiirtsi rosi c-iispiui
Miiefin Hturday eveiiins
ATfOKXE7. s f. THOMAS,
Attorne -at-I. ir a i l Xofary Fttblic. . Offlce In
Ki.ZL'wra'd P.loek. l"iat:s:sioutb. XeD.
A. X. sniXIVAN.
At?omev-at-!.aW. V :li r.ve -romj.t Attntlor.
to a.'l b:i!iitsrt iritr:.sted to !:!!. Oilire in
tJuion Kiock, H:vst side. l'iairi:;:ouih. Neb.
Staple and Fa-i-y Or.-vc.Ties, (Has ware aw"
Crockery. Klourand Feed.
Fine Job Work a specialty at The
A HANGING POSTPONED.
CHANFRAU'S TWO EFFORTS TO PLAY
A PENNSYLVANIA TOWN.
A ISii; lltniKo I'rerented hy Hie Failure to
Hunt; n Man nil I'er Iroijramue Kit
Indulging In lluB- The Handy uutl
Affuble Itural Manager.
Some few years ago I piloted Frank
Clianfiau over thu l'onnsylvania circuit,
ami as it was my lirst fxi)erieiice on lite
"load" I was particularly anxious that
the tour should be a success, not only for
my innnediato lenefit, financially, but
also for the purioso of creating a repu
tation with other etcllar attractions whom
I proposed to tuke over the same terri
tory later on. I also desired to stand
well with the local managers, enabling
ine, as it would, to make advantageous
arrangements as to terms, etc., etc
Ari'EASixa kit's wrath.
The "country" manager, as a rule, is a
jK-cuIiar individual, combining, as he
often does, the various duties of janitor,
bill poster, ticket seller and scene shifter.
He is usually a clever fellow, and as his
expenses are almost nothing, he easily
earns a handsome income, no matter
how small the business may be for the
star or company, his share of the receipts
being quite all profit.
Hut where he particularly 6hincs and
brings his latent talents to the fore, is
his readiness to account for a bad house
(and he has many of them during the
season) with a prompt and reasonable
excuse, so that in the event of business
b; ing unsatisfactory ho may calm down
the irate manager and disgusted star,
and induce them to again visit tho vil
lage on some future occasion.- The fol
lowing is a true illustration. We had
played all through the coal regions,
Kit proving a magnet, and we we
piling up the dollars. We continued the
tour into the western portion of tho
state, but on reaching Lockhaven we
found that we had met otir Waterloo.
I forget now just what our receipts
were that night, but it was iu tho vicin
ity of 12 or $15.
Chanfrau was simply mad. It was his
first visit to that town, and he vowed it
would be his last, and, after the per
formance, when tho local manager joined
us at tho hotel, the genial Frank did not
minco his words, and, it is well known,
that his curses could be "both loud and
deep" on occasions.
"What kind of a town is this?" said
he; "does anybody live here? Do they
ever come to the theatre? Ilero we bring
you a New York success, with a first
class company, and we don't play to
enough money to pay for hauling the
"Now, my dear Mr. Chanfrau," re
plied the man of the opera house, "you
must know that we have had a show here
every night for tho past six weeks, and
our xeople are drained of money. Why,
"Cellers & Sapman's" company last
night didn't take in So, and Pill's "Gob
lins" had to leave their trunks for their
hotel bills. Ordinarily, tliis is a first
class town, and you can play to big
money. You made a hit to-night, and
will be the talk of the town. Now, if
you could be here on Friday the house
wouldn't bo big enough to hold the peo
ple." "What cyclono is going to occur then?"
"Why, were going to hang a man here
next Friday, and all the people will come
from miles around. You come back and
play, and I'll give you 00 per cent, of the
receipts and haul your baggage free.
What do you say?'
Clianf rau looked at me and I looked at
Chanfrau, and as he seemed to acquiesce
I accepted the proposal, and then and
there signed contracts for tho return
Tho next day I wired several towns,
changed dates, canceled the Friday
night where we were originally booked,
and, at much trotible and some expense,
arranged matters so that wo could give
the good folks of Lockhaven and vicin
ity one more opportunity to witness
"The Arkansas Traveler."
Friday came and we rode all day,
making a long jump, and arrived about
7 o'clock. As it was too late for supper
we hurried to the opera house.
One thing struck mb at once as being
curious, and that was the total absence
of people on the streets. Not a man,
woman or "child was in sight, and the
town seemed like a city of tho dead,
when I had naturally looked forward to
a gala night 6tores open, citizens
promenading up and down tho main
street and every seat in tho house sold
before our arrival.
At 6:30 o'clock, and with nobody in
the theatre, I mildly suggested to the
manager tliat he liad better put out his
gas, as we would give no performance,
and asked luai to come with me and ex
plain matters to Mr. Chanfrau. lie did
so and we proceeded to Frank's dressing
rooni at once.
"What is tho matter now? Where is
that man you were going to hang today?"
said my furious star.
"Why, Mr. Chanfrau," replied the
local director, "we postponed the hang
ing for another month." Boston Globe.
A gentleman riding along a country
road after a heavy rainfall, came to a
rickety old cart -and a horse to match
the vcliicle stuck fast in the mud. The
driver was an elderly negro; by his side
sat his-wife, and behind them were seven
or eight little pickaninnies of all ages.
All were decked out in a creat variety
0 ,'Aaea ana seconu nana nnery, out au
Tho man stood up and belabored the
poot old horse, urging it on to the iin
iossibl task of pulling tho cart out of
"Tho horse can't 6tart tho wagon while
all of you are in it," said tho gentleman.
"Why don't you get out and lighten the
"'Cause, Bah," was tho reply, "we's
all gwine to a pahty, sah; en we's got
our feet washed speshly fo tho "casion,
sah; en we cayn't K't out in de mud en
den go on lookin' like nobody!" Youth's
THE MERRY HEART.
The merry heart goes nil tbo day;
It tfoea and never tires,
Freo to bestow ,
31uch warmth and slow
From out its hidden Area.
Though days are long
And nights aro drear
And all around it sadness
,The merry heart
With songs of cheer
Restores tho light of gladness.
Wlien other hearts nre out of tune.
And tinged with melancholy.
Tired of tho strifo
And toll of lifo
And quick to frown at folly,
Tho merry heart.
With courage still.
Goes on, and Is not weary
And every day.
In every ill.
Sees something bright and cheery.
O rather than a crown of gold.
And rank and honors great,
Thau jewels rare
And rich aud vast estate,
I'd much prefer
A merry heart.
With laughter all a-bubble.
That strives its joy
And hope t' impart.
And sings its way through troubla.
Josephine Pollard in Pittsburg Bulletin.
'John's' Object Lesson.
"There is no trouble in teaching a
Chinaman a new thing, hut tho teacher
has to bo extremely careful in doing so,"
said Mrs. A. L. Lord, a prominent temper
ance worker who recently arrived in this
city from California. "I have heard
mauy amusing stories told as to how
faithfully John carries out instructions,
but I may say the most amusing was
told mo by a lady with whom I stopped
a short tinio ago. The lady had hired a
Chinaman, intending to make a cook of
him. The Celestial was as apt to learn
aa any of his brethren, and made him
self very useful. A few days after his
arrive 1 tho lady of tho houso thought
sho would learn him how to make cakes,
and that end in view bought a few eggs.
The Chinaman watched her every mo
tion intently. Sho broke one egg, but it
was 'bad' and she threw it away. Tho
second was healthy and it went into the
cup. Then tho other directions were
carried out, and when tho cakes were
baked sho set tho Chinaman to try his
"The lady paid no attention to him, and
when done tho cakes he baked were as
nice as hers. Every day he baked them
and they were excellent. On one occa
sion, several weeks after the Chinaman
arrived, tho lady entered the kitchen just
as tho Chinaman started to make the
cakes. Tho Chinaman picked up ouo
egg, broke it, and without the least hesi
tation threw it out of tho window. Be
fore his mistress could interfere tho sec
ond was broke and put in the cup. 'Why,
John, why did you throw that first egg
away? It was good.' The Celestial looked
solemnly into her face and said, 'Misses
do it.' And after inquiry she found he
had been doing that every day for three
weeks. John was shown tho right way
and he never gavo any more trouble in
that line." Baltimore News.
Consumption of Cofleo.
Coffco ij more generally consumed in
Brazil than in any other part of the
world. Tho coiTee fields of Brazil cover
2,000,000 acres, with 800,000,000 trees,
each tree averaging about one pound per
annum. The industry there employs
800,000 hands. The consumption of
collce in Brazil averages yearly 14 pounds
per inhabitant; in Belgium and Holland,
11 pounds; in the? United States. ?
pounds; in Germany, 5 pounds, and in
Great Britain very little more than half
a pound. Britons drink five times as
much t;-a as coffee, while Americans
drink eight tiities as much coilee as tea.
Down la iGi.'J l!:e only source of coffee
s;ri-.-!y v.:is Arabia, but t'.u Lorry u now
'.uliivaUd throughout most regions of
.in.' tropical world. Java and Ceylon are
.I:-.' principal center of production aftc-r
.Irazi!. aiid tho total output of the world
lia-i lec:i csti-rr.ted l r.mou'H to i;ct !.
i:;n l.OOO.OOO.UK) p.auuls. . Yorl;
On tlie Edge of an Explosion.
A doctor happened to bo telling his
family of an amusing scene he had wit
nessed at a patient's house during the
day. "Mr. Brown," said the doctor,
"was not seriously ill, but his wife really
made matters worse and herself supreme
ly rFdiculous by rushing in and out like
a wet hen." The doctor's eon, Bob, a
very bright boy of six, was present when
his father 6aid this, and' treasured his
words. A day or two afterwards Mrs.
Brown called on the doctor's family,
and when Bob came into the room he Bat
down on a stool and fixed his eyes on the
visitor. By an4 by ha asked very Berjoiw
ly, "Mrs. Brown," do you know anything
about a wet hen?" Of course 6he replied
in the negative, and Bob's face assumed
a very puzzled expression. After t
br& f pause horrible to Uu. 8istera--Bob
said: "We'd, it geenis to uio you ought
to." Pittsburg Dispatch.
Bodies Still Being Found Wherever
Men are at Work.
The Health of the Valley Im i;ood-o
Kplrtenilr Hoard of Health
The Debris Being Cloared Away
Johnstown, June !. Today is the
tenth since the disaster occurred and the
extent of fatality can be appreciated
when it is known that bodies nre slill
being found wherever men are at work.
Fifty-eight bodies were recovered today.
Remains that are now being removed
from the drift are far advanced in de
composition and physicians iu charge
are advocating cremation as fast as found
as it is almost impossible to handle them
THE WOKK OK CLEARING A WAT THE DEBRIS
is progressing enct r.: . . o: i
were not required to proceed today, but
nine-tenths of them volunteered to con
tinue. As a result a lurge inroad was
made on the drift in the central portion
of the city. Main street, which is the
principle throughfare and one of the
worst blocaded, is now about cleared
At the wreckage above the stone bridge
work is Kohig on rather slowly. The
force is small and difHcultees are great
Keligious services were held at many
points today. Most of the suburban
towns where church buildings remained
had regular services. In Johnstown onrn
air meetings were held at diff erent points.
This beinjj the hottest day since the
disaster the wenther is telling on the
With fires constantly kept goinif. burn
ing up rubbish, aud with the hot sun
many of them where exhausted before
evening. The hot sun beating dowu on
the wreckage above the bridge ha3 devc-
lope the fact that many bodies of ani
mals and probably that human beings are
yet in the ruins. The stench arising
from this pile has been more offensive
today than at any time yet.
THE HEALTH OF THE VALLEY
is unusually good, notwithstanding re
ports of threatened epidemic. The fol
lowing bulletin, issued by the state board
of health, speaks for itself:
"General condition of health in Johns
town and vicinity excellent. No epi
demic, disease of any kind well arrested.
The state board of health is prepared to
meet all emergencies aa they arise. The
air is wholesome and the water generally
pure. If the good people of the devas
tated district will only go on as they
have so nobly for the past week in their
efforts to clean up the wreckage, good
health will certainly be maintained."
Dr. Groff of the state board of health
says the ralley has been swept so clean
by the great floods that the river waters
are now purer than before the disaster
There is a difference in the containing
power of decomposing organic matters
That from bodies dead of contagious
disease, wouUl be far more dangerous
than that from bodies which were of
healthy persons. As it is the bodies in
the riyer are generally covered with from
one to six feet of mud and sand. This
earthly matter absorbs all effluvia and
acts as the cest of disinfectants. There
is no present danger as to the water sup
ply of Pittsburg at Johnstown. The
only present danger is from people being
frightened into sickness from sensational
AN EXPERIENCE IN THE FLOOD
A Cousin of James Mathews Sur
viving. Pens a Short Picture.
Judge Jas. S. Mathews, of this city hat
received the following letter from a
cousin who was in the Johnstown flood,
which may be interesting to our readers,
Mr. Mathews having had a number of
relatives who lived at Johnstown.
New Florence, Pa., June 4, 'SO.
Deah Cocsis; We are in such a com
motion that it would be impossible for
me to write you any clear detail of the
flood. By the mercy of God I am alive
this morning to tell the story.
Lettie, myself and two children were,
in the flood. She was living on Lincoln
street near the center of town. At four
o'clock the water came rushing ia a wave
like a wall sleeping everything before it.
Our house was torn from its foundation
and carried with other debris qnite a dis
tance and then began to go to pieces.
We got out at the fdtic window on to the
roof f another house and from pne
floating object to apother until we reach
ed the tia roof of an old planing mill
where we staid two hours with the cold
rain pouring, down on us. We were
dressed in light summer clothes only. It
was horrible to watch bo many drown
and hear their he&rt-rending cries for
help with none to save. We then got
into an attic where we remained until
11;30 June 1st, when we were rescued by
NEW GOODS ARRIVE DAILY
Complete in all departments. Handsome lim
of .Xeopolitan and pattern
HATS- RIBBONS, PLUMES, COLLARS
CUFFS BELTS GLOVES
FANS HANDKERCHIEFS SASH RIBBON.
"Wo cordially invite ladies to call and et prices we
can save you money.
Moore & Studebaker.
One door west of Joes clothing store.
by mm in b"rst. We were lirrVT
.iiost h;.i;L for W;;iit ;i w .tier.
The town is literally washed away.
None of our friends, us far as I know,
are drowned. Lettie lost every thing, our
farm was swept clean, our buildings arc
on high ground.
THE UOND ELECTION.
Bonds Doubtless Carried by a
llic uond election ot List Saturday
fill.rl nf fb,i r.,n i c .1
Cuilea out too full vote of the
couiitv. lieturna n rnwirtorl fr.,.n !,..
i are as follows. Weep-
d precinct being eslimat-
ing Water city an
Eight Mile Grove 5j
Mt. Pleasant . 5
Salt Creek 74
Rock Bluffs 130
South Bend 24
Stove Creek 1
Weeping Witter, c, p, 0
Plattsmouth 5th ward 12(3
The ballots of all the voting precincts
have been returned to the county clerk
for canyasing except from Weeping Wat
er, Weeping Water precinct, Mt. Pleasant
Stove Creek, Avoca, and the fourth ward
of Plattsmouth. By Wednesday the
votes of all these, and probably by tp
morrow will be turned in. Saturday the
canvassing board will meet, and on Mon
diy the yote of the county can bo given
exact and in tabulated form, though the
reported votes are generally about correct.
According general belief the bonds have
been carried by a handsome majority, as
Plattsmoulh's yote is thought to be
above the needed number to ballance the
The county commissioners meet to
morrow as a board of equalization.
lo visii. me. en ics making oii'jrs lor tne
Mason's widows and orphans home, were
in the city this afte noon.
J. C. Eikenbary was in Sioux CitA"
L : .: a 11 . - . - l - r
The effect of using Ilibbard's Rheuma
tic Syrup is unlike ail medicines contain
ing opiates or poisens, it being entirely
free from them. It cures rheumatism bv
purifying the blood. Sold by F. G.
Fricke & Co.
The best fly paper in town, at War
ricks. 7-G w2
A Magical Tree.
Sho ras a charming blonde, with hair the
color Titians loved to paint, and molting blue
eyes that seemed to invito inspection, and the
closer the better. Turning the big brouze
knob of the door leading into the main cor
ridor of tho White House, the fair unknown,
intones of liquid silver, inquired: "Plea.se,
sir, can 3-ou tell tne where tho wishing tree is
For an Instant tho history maker was In a
quandary, but, in the course of brief con
versation, ascertained that the visitor was in
earnest about her question. Some one had
told her that there was a tree in a direct line
from the White House, in front of Jackson
square, which susceptible maidens were in
the habit of touching and making a wish w
they did so.
Close scrutiny of tho neighborhood showed
that such a tree exists, but whether it pos
sessed the qualities ascribed to it remains to
be seen. The meridian of Washington, an
imaginary line from which longitude wa$
formerly reckoned for the United Btfttes,
runs through the center of tuo White House,
and in the grounds near tho Washington
monumci;t tWro as until a comparatively
rec-eut period aa old sandstone column, prob
ably three feet in height, known as the tuo
ridian stone. The tree in question, fctanj
directly as the meridian line in front of tha
horse balanced on, it hind feet, which Js so
eonilcuGus looking north from the White
According to the young lady, if tbo wish w
a proper one it-is sure to be granted after the
niagio tree Is touched, aud the bark shows
evidence of numerous visits by the fair scs
who asu-e to tempt fate. Washington Tost.
For "run-down," debilitated and overworked
women, J)r. Pierce's Favorite Preseriptlon ia
the best of all restorative ton ten. It is a potent
Ppeclflo for all those Chronlo Weaknesses and
Disease peculiar to Women : a powerful, kcii
ral as well as uterine, tonio and nervine, it
Imparts vljror and strength to the whole syntem.
It promptly cures weakness of stomach. uuiiHen,
Indlirestion. bloatlmr. weak back, nervous nros-
It is carefully compounded by an experienced
physician, oud adapted to woman's delicate.
organisation. Pur. I v vegetable and nerfectlv
harmless in any condition of t ho system.
I WipDiUTrn I 1,0,1 " is tho onlv
I WfcfinflrJI LU.i for women, sold hv drunxlAt.
under n pohltive guar
anteo of satisfaction in every case, or price
(Juki; reiundeu. 11114 (rtiaranieo turn neen
printed on the bottle-wrapper, and faithfully
tarried out for many yearn.
For lnr-". illustrated Treatise on Diseases of
Women (IfiO pau-es, with full directions for
home-treatment), send ten cents In stamps.
Address, Wom.n's Dihfknhakv MifDicAXa
Association. WXi Main Stroot. Buffalo, N. X.
MANUFACTURER OF AND
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DEALER IN THE
Choicest Brands of Cigars,
F!or de Peppcrbergo and 'Buds
FULL LINK OF
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES
always in stock. Nov. 2, 1865.
t 11 111 me KIijpers at feherwood'H.
Plenty of feed, flour, graham and
meal at Ilcisel's mill, tf
HOW, only &..0 nt
House and lot on Ritchie place for sale
on easy payments; enquire nt Johnson
Bros. Hardware store. tf
NO SMOKE OR SMELL
To tim ib it.- r'n 1 1. .-,....
1 uki receivcdat Joiiir-ioii IJroN.
fall and ec tlicui.
The j' trill
your ice cream with the liyhtning freezer
sold by Johnson Bros,
Rheumatism 13 c ircd by Ilibbard's
Rheumatic Syrup fctrikin; at the seat of
the disease and restoring t': kidneys and
liver to healthy action. If taken a suffi-
I cient time to thoroughly eradicate such
poison, it never fails.
Flick e it Co.
Sold by p. G.
Fifty Dollars in clean Cash
To be given away by (J. K.
Wescott, the L'oss Clothier.
Each dollar's worth of goods
bought from our" Elc-gant stock
entitles the pa 1 chaser to one chance
to draw this GRAND PRIZE.
Drawing takes place October
13th, I8b0. The money is on
Exhibition in our thuw window.
Our stock is complete. Ve
carry only reliable good?. Sell
at the lowest bottom figures have
strictly one price and no Monkey
business. C. E. "WWorr,
The 13 jss Clothier.
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