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JOHN I. COMIAPP, EDITOIi..
JJR0W5VILEE THURSDAY, OCT. 5 .1855.
Territorial Union Ticket.
rOft AUDITOR AJD SCHOOL COMMISSIONER,
TOR TERRITORIAL TREASURER,
Territorial Union riatrorm.
, Whereas. Siuce li e lust meeting of
the.UuioD raiiy of tms lerniory.a great
party victory L.ts Wen achieved in our
Delegate Election, and a period has been
put to the active military power of the
blare Holders Rebellion; we therefore,
reaffirm, that as lovers of the Constitu
tion aod Laws, and tu pres-.rve fhe Union,
we formed this political organization,
&od for the maintenance and preserve
lion of the same we invne nnd solicit the
active co-oDeration of all loyal citizens:
Whereas, The policy of our martyred
President was indicated and developed
'by the necessities of the war as it pro
. gressi d. we now attest the wisdom which
caused him devotedly to work and patient
ly to wait ; and
Whereas, The great and arduous
work of reconstruction, in the hands of
Ki? Vuccpssor and Corsrress. ' a new and
. j i . . .u . . u
uopreceueuieu uj iuis uaum as was lue
war which preceeded it ; therefore
Resolved, That having1 unqualified
confidence and fully endorsing 'he pol
icy and patriotism of Andrew Johnson,
President of ihe United Stales, we
wait the development of the reconstruc
tioikof ihe Union, confidently believeing
that through hi counsels and the legis
lative wisdom of the people jtutice will
I done ; the Laws vindicated,- the Con
(timtio'i and Union preserved;
Resolved, That all ihe benefits accru
iug from the sacrifice of life and expen
ditures of 'treasure can onJv.be secured.
hy elevating to crTice the devotedly loyal,
mid carefully excludtngXrom dike the
.Resolved, That we are proud cf ihe
soldiers of Nebraska, who by years Jf
patriotic toil and sacrifice have aided in
fustaiuing the nation's life and honor,
and uphold i ng the Constitution and Laws;
wwi. itifll iIimv nrp tntitl-rl tn iLp rrrnti.
, lode aiid assistance of all lovers of the
Union, and to imperishable and undying
Resolved, That in the election of Ter
ritorial and County officers we invite the
earnest and hearty co-opeiation of all
loyal men without regard to former party
auiliations, and welcome them to our or
County Union Ticket.
WM. B. PHILLIES,
. WM. A. POLLOCK,.
R. B. SMITH,
X. W. TAYLOR.
. . For Clerk and Recorder
. WM. H. HOOVER,
- " For Treasurer
. . JONAS HACKER.
.i r For . Probate Judge
GEO. W. KA1RBR0THER.
For - Slttriff
. W. G. GLASGOW.
i For . County' Commissioner -.
' , , F. G. HOLMES.
..For Prosecuting Attorney
. S. M. RICH.
- Fo County Surveyor
W. F. WRIGHT.
- C P. RICHARDSON.
. j 1 1 . , - m m 9 .
v COUNTY UMOX PLATFORM.
Resolved, That the Delegation from
Nemaha County, in the Nebraska Legis
lature, be requested tense their best en
dea'ore to amend our Election Law so as
lo exclude from the elective franchise, in
"Nebraska, all those who have been dis
franchised by Laws or Proclamations, Na
tional or State, for any participation di
rectly, or indirectly with the so-called
Confederacy iu the late rebellion against
the National Government.
The position tf the "Snakes" in this
county and Territory is aptly illustrated
by a rnak we once read of which crawl
ed into a house, and espying an egg on
the matle, crawled up and swallowed it
whole. Then he raw another, but be
tween him and it was a jug, around
which he could not make his way, so he
crawled through the jug-handle and
wallowed it whole; when, not being
able to pass either way for the eggs in
his body, he was caught and killed.
They first swallowed treason and con
demned the war aid the soldiers who
faagbt U fer the Union ; when the South
beantp weaken, thej crawled through
tha jtihandle" by nominating soldier's
on theirj ticket last year they tried to
sweeten' on the ioldier, but not being
able to-jjet'obe oa their ticket, they run
Sutler aod-now they have swalbwed
whole 'Andrew Johnson and his recon
struction policy; The first will prevent
thcra crawlicg forward in the estimation
cf loyal men. while the last act is con
demned by. the first; and their low-lived
mstmct in, trying, tu crawi, tnrougo. a
"Soldier's-Leech." cnto the Union eide
will hold-ihein fast fill their heads are
unshed y the Union stone,' "in. a few
days, in a few days."'
The antipathy of the head and front oi
the Cops., ii this coutny is directed tgainsl
Win. H Hoover, the Union nominee for
County Cl-rk. And why ! becoue he
beat their "head and front" for the fame
ofiicH some years ago ! They cannot
bring a single charge against his hones'y
or capability, the old "sore' is what
hurts, and by their rancor you may know
them. Many old school Democrats will
vote for him because of his known integ
rity and ability, despite the "whipping
in" procefs which the chief will adopt
We should not wonder if some dirty
work were attempted on the day of elec
tion ! Let nothing deter you from voting
the straight Union ticket, and you will
do nothing to please the Cops.
The issue ajjainst the disfranrhied"
renegades of other States settling here
is plainly and unequivocally made bv
the Union party of this County. A Cop
perhead, as we understand it, is a person
who sympathised with the South, was
opposed to the war, arid show it now by
giving his sympathy aud assistance lo
traitors who served iu the rebellion. Now
what are those who oppose and try lo
break up the Union party, which has
made this, issue to prevent this portion
of our Territory being fill?d with the
disfranchised of-?couringsof regenerated
A friend has just asked us:
"Can there be such a thing as a Cop
head holding office under G wtrnment?'"
We answer, yes! Juda-i Iscariot wis
a discip e under Carisi when he gave
him the fatal kiss ! And Booth assumed
the churncier of a loyal man in order lo
facilitate the assassination of Lincon !
And Benedict Arnold could not have be
itayed the loyal cause had he i;ut had
the confidence of Washington!
Bnware of. such, they're the worst
kind ! Voting the straightout Union.
Ticket is the only safe plan.
"It is said, and that truly, that "poli
tics makes strange bedfellows." Twelve
months ago the Copperheads in this Ter
ritory were denouncing every soldier of
the Union as a "Lincoln hireling," and
such ether abusive epithets as they could
find in their vocabulary ; at the same
time one Lieut. Seaton, a member of the
Nebraska First, was denouncing them
and thai with a good deal of "vim," as
traitors, &c. At. the Territorial Snake
Shcuv, held in this city on the 21st iust.,
these same Copperheads placed this same
Lieut. Seaton in nomination for the office
of Territorial Auditor. We could ex
pect nothing else from the Cops., as their
or,ly chance for success is to "honey"
the soldiers, whose utter contempt they
have so well earned ; but we are at a
loss to understand what has wrought
sufficient change in the viws of Lieut.
Seaton toward this party as to 'enable
him to accept (which he has not yet
don) a nomination at their hands."
Plaltsmouth Herald, Sept. 27th.
This is -'their style" everywhere. This
Lieut. Seaton was not consulted in this
nomination, but put on, without his con
sent, to catch Union votes. We have
informatica, beside the above, which
makes us almost certain that he will de
cline this nomination.
The same game is attempted to be
played off", secretly, in this County. Can
didates wilJcome forth urged by parties
who dare not show their hand not with
the hop, on the part of the secret work
ers, for their election, but for the sake
of distracting the Union party ; to create
confusion during which they will atempi
to steal Union principles enough to dis
guise themselves, and cover their copper
heads. How anyone, especially a sol
dier, can lend himself to such a tcheme,
surpasses our conception. All such sliould
be spotted. The Union party U better
off purged of this snaky element, so "lei
'em rip" but spot 'era with indtllible con
tempt. On the 26ih, while. Gin. Grant was
being conveyed, by special train, from
Indianapolis to Cincinnati, his life was
attempted by some infamous scoundrelly
ex-rebel Copperhe.id, who broke the
lock from ihe switch and turned the lat
ter so as lo throw the cars eff the track.
Fortunately no one was hurt, only the
car was considerably damaged. This
attempt on the life of Gen. Grant proves
what we have all along contended fr,
and that is lhat the Copperheads of the
Nonh are" mere to be dreaded and. de
tested than the whipped rebels of the
South ; and that it is suicidal to the best
interests of any commuuity to permit
them to settle in it, and more so if they
be permitted to gain political power.
' ' 9 9
Read the evidence given on the trial
of Wirz, on our first page ; then go and
vote, if you can, for men brought forth
by the party who sympathised with the
power that permitted and sanctioned
these acts. God have mercy upon any
soldier - foolish enough to permit this
party to use him as a tool. '
The Cops., denounce office-holders and
Lat 'he same time make a cickeninf at-
tempt at endorsing the power thit ap
pointed them ! This is regular Copper
head consistency ! If you endorse this
style, vote to split up the Union- party, if
not, go the straight Uujon Ticket. '
THE COPPEimEAi) OF 61.
The following wo clip from the Nebraska Citj
.Ver of Oct. 2?J. 1864, applicable in 'C5. As
it claimn it as oriiual - ilthuagd e ku-w it be
Kru iWiarism -we cpt it as snch, beleivinr
tbtr vour.tiug w icripiare "out of tboir owu
Dsouthido tbejoonfea themselves,' cren if thej
are tuiccd tor wnt of braios td ww it :
There is nke that haunts the gr,
Le-pisei Ijf all inea, whitt and iJ,
Trod 'neah ihe foot of oi and as v -
Tb- gliieiiiDg, ventsmua, copperhead.
Tbroughou t three teaou of the jetr.
The rattlesnake himself bath &Vd.
But when the extra months appear
His neighbor is the copperhead
Oh! the twisting, wriggling copperhead.
The glistening; Teaootoaa copperhead r
The man of sense cau't fix the tense
In whi th to kill the copperhead
Ti ssid that every ereeptpg thin ;
Jlii g'it somo useful task ahead ;
But yet the barda bjve failed to sing
One virtue iu the eoppeibead.
Tne ancient snake in Eden's bowers
From flowery paths our parents led
And from lhat ago to this of o uis
Alan's been seduced bj the copperhead ;
Oh I the allowing, sponging copperhead;
The hissing, spittiug copperhead,
From L'nion bands it eats iu bie..d,
And liif, ior thabki, the coppei head.
BuCgtrry be to I Tad's God !
: The Uniou Lis d its wing has spread,
. Whose peak u.d claws shall rid too sod,
, O f tvtry trawling copperhead.
The rattlesnake and copperhead
Sihall ue'er Cwiljn fair freedom's bed ;
The Union i)lu pokes every bole
That can contain a copperhead.
Oh ! alas, alas, the copperhead
The Union stone his; smashed its head 1
Well stuff ils skin for men to grin.
At what was tLce B ccjpcibcad I
The train cf cars, from St. Louis to
Cincinnati, on the 26th, on board of
which was- Gen. Sherman, run off the
track. Many were considerably bruised
but. none killed. The nccideut was oc
casioned by running too fast over a rough
The S. C. Convention has adjourned
after repealing the ordinance of seces
sion ; abolishing , islavery ; endorsing the
A dministra'ion unanimously, and direct
ing a committee to submit a code to the
Legislature for the protection of the
The Alabama Convention, by a vote
of 60 t. 19, passed an ordinance repudi
ating a.11 the debt of that State made by
reason of the late war. This is more
sensible than our Northern Copperheads,
who, if they had tKe power, would sad
die the rebel war debt an the General
Wirz is said to be too sick to attend
his trial. We hope he may get well
enough to take the final leap.
The Fenian excitement increases in
Ireland. DafFection is spreading in
ihe English army. Rumors are 'afloat
in England that a body of American
soldiers had been land iu Ireland to as
sist the" Feuians. ' - : ' - .
From the Upper Missouri we learn
that the Indian Council is to take place
a i Fort Sully instead of Ft. Rice. Many
ot the repentant rebel prisoners, who
took the oath and enlisted for the Plains,
Information from Ft. Lawrence, to
Sept. 26ih, from Gen. Conner says he
lost 6D0 horses and 200 mules, which
were frozen to death in one night. On
the 1st inst., he was attacked by a -war
parly of Sioux, Cherokees and Arapa
hoes on Powder River.
They were repulsed with heavy loss,
our loss being only four killed and two
wounded. On the 3d the Inians appear
ed in force aud were driven ten miles.
The next day the engagement .was re
newed and lasted'until noon. The In
dians were again defewted with great
slaughter, their loss being from 200 to
600 killed and wounded.
The Indians fled in every direction ;
our troops was unable tu p irsue them on
account of ihe poor condition of the stock.
Our loss was one-killed, and one officer
und two men wounded. The Indians lust
a lrge number of horses. The Indians
again attacked our troops on the 8ih, aud
after a short but spirited engageaient,
were totally routed and beautifully clean
ed out. Their force is estimated at 3,000.
They lostnanyof their principal chiefs.
Our total reported loss in the three
engagement was seven killed ; one officer
and two men wounded. Another battle
was expected on Powder River but the
Indians suddenly disappeared. :
Col. Cole will camp at. Fort Conner
intil information isreceived fro.n Gen.
"Fhe so-called D" moc racy of this
county, after due consideration and dis
cussion, have hoisted the name of J. I.
Earley as a candidate for Councilman,
for the purpose of contesting the seat of
Hon. J. W. Chap.nan. " Mr.
Earley proclaimed, in A public speech at
Nebraska City, Ian fall, that he looked
upon Abraham Lincoln as a tyrant and
usurper of power, and denounced the
Union soldiers as robbers, thieves and
murderers. He also said publicly that
he had assisted in the notorious Balti
more mob, and thai he would yet assist
in hanging Jlbrahcm Lincoln.1' Plaits
mouth Herald, Sept. 27th. !
He is a fair "representative man" of
that -party. If ycu do not desire thai
men of his stripe of loyalty should rule
this County and Territory, vote the
straight out Union Ticket next Tuesday.
Tlf-ba . .
..nunc cicjniuu , .cac nut cru me !
smallest crevice for a "snake" lo crawl
into, or it will attempt the same trick
so successfully played on Adam and Eve
in the garden of Kden by its wily came-i
The editor of the Nebraska City Jfews
being afraid to show his hand plainly, as
Ajax did before him, shows off his love
for the disfranchised of other States who
may settle here, by the following bare
ffaced falsehood hkh appears HI ihe
JVetr s cA the 30ih :
'If Radicals carry the Legislative As
sembly they wirf disfranchre every man
who ever lived in th State of Missouri
or in any .other Southern State."
Morton knows the above to be false,
yet its a. sneaking way he has of adver
tising his "Otoe- County Assylum for
Rebels."'' : ' ' 1 ' 1 ' . ' '
If Copperheads carry the Legislative
Assembly they will pass a memorial invit-
'ing disfranchised ti altars of other States
to come to Nebraska.
In the same paper he says :
Their rancor against anybody and
everybody" who is of Southern birth is so
overgrown that it controls them in every
thing." j : ' r, ;
. Last week he denounced the Radicals
as in favor of giving Southern negroes
the right-of suffrage. ,
:He wires in and wires oat,
Still leaving all who see in doubt,
As to whether the snake that made the track,
Ii g j ig south or coming bak."
And of such is the kingdom of Cop-
perhtads! ; -
The Demo-Copperhead party and press
try tobj particularly severe on the "Office
holders" of this Territory. The follow
ing, from the Bellevue Times, edited by
Sturgis, a member of the Territorial
Copperhead Convention, and the Mayor,
J. Q. Goss, also a member of the same
office-hating Convention : !
"A stranger named Haines, being
noisy and impudent at the Union Saloon.
Delaet interfered, and in the affray
Haines received a blat k eye, etc. Mayor
Goss fined Delaet &5 and costs, and
Haines 610 and cosfa."
This is a fair specimen of Copperhead
justice ! If you want this kind of officers
do all you can to split the Union party
in this cou-nty; if not, vote the straight
out Union Ticket. t
This same "office- hating V Goss was
for a lime Regimental Commissary .for
the 2u Nebraska. Alter that regiment
paed tho Winnebago Reservation he
wa mck-nauud by the men "GuisGoss,"
as, it was alitdj-'ed. he, or his subordinates,
arfter killing beef, did chargeike Indians
1 for the ad rah of each animal I
No wonder this party hates officers,
as the must loathe themselves, and judge
others by their own inquituous hearts.
Mr. Editor : Please announce the
name of Samuel W. Campbell for the
office of County Clerk.
Mr. Campbell enlisted in ihe service
of his country as a private, has been en
gaged in active service for the past four
years. He has been exposed to the
ha1dshTps of war righting f on his coun
try while Mr Hoover, his opponent,
has ben at home reaping the benefits of
fat office that hhas held ever since he
came into the Territory.
Mr. Campbell is fully qualified to dis
charge the duties of said Office.
Citizens of Nnnha County,
Mr. Editor : A ft vv days ago a lead-
Tr f m "! .
iirg uopperneau or your city, warm
ly solicited me to run on the Copper
head ticket for an office either Sheriff
or Treasurer ; I peremptorily declined,
and expressed the desire to the gentle
man that he would never breath my
name again in that connection. But, as
that gentleman with others of his stripe
who have more impudence than dis
cretion or honor may still use my name
to further their contemptible schemes in
their efforts lo defeat and overthrow
Union principles in this County, I take
this method of denouncing them, apd
requesting my friends not to vote for me
for any office at the ensuing election, for
the whoh thing is a weak calculation on
the part of the Cop3 to defeat the Union
candidates or some of them. I detest
the principles which he advocates and
loves ; he aud I ore as far apart, politi
cally, as the antipodes, and he knous it ;
then why should he sneak up to me with
the mean, low-lived proposition to seek
office through his, or their, instrumen
tality. . His excuse was, that there was
dissatisfaction among Republicans, in
regard to the Union nominations recent
ly made ! 0,,the generous heaned Utile
soul ! how deep is its interest in the wel
fare of Union principles ! Let the snake
wiggle bis fangs are extracted. One
more thing I wish to tell the people : the
cats paw of the monkey aforesaid xr-
centlv offered money to a certain man in
thi County if he would run, and succeed
iu being elected over the Union nominee.
I am prepared to give particulars when
necessary. Jobs Strain.
Beware of tricks next Tuesday ! The
only safe plan isto vote the straightout
Union Ticket at the head of our paper.
LIST OF LETTERS.
Bemainipg in the Post Office at Brownvile Oe
tober 4th 1865.
Taese letters, if not called tor,' will be kept in tbe
offlce for 5 week, and then sent to th Dead 1-ettir
Offlce at Washington, rwo cents will ne charged oq
all advertiNed Letlora.
Breeze, Lewis B-y!?r. Miry
Dye, J R Huil, J M jSj
Mitchell. Eliza ' " M'ulfln, Ha.-ry
Ray, S I) U'imi. M 1'
Pe-aon calliar for Use above leu.." w ,irt isay
ttsy are Advertsel.
A. V SI Ai.SU
Keware'of electioneeting circulars on
the rporrjing of ihe election. The Cop-
perherf opposition ill; not h??itaje at
any little dirty Wick.
ITcnry Weers, Johnson Wer. Cunard Weers,
Herod Wters. Elisabeth Weers, and Cortrenda
Weers. will take ncrfice that erd Weers, Admin
istrator of the Estate of Jrafd Weers deceased,
late of Nemaha Uounty, nidor and" by virtue of an
order of the Probate Court ?n and for said County
of N?ba. Territory of Nebraska, made on the 26
kay of ."September, . will offer at public Shle
ou ihe 68th (lay of October, A- D. 1SC-5,
atone b'tlock I. M. at the dor of the Probate
court in the city of Brownville Nemaha County,
the following dei"cribd lies! Estate to-wit : The
K.wt h:If of the South Fa-t quarter, of S'i n
fW. in Townsuip fonr, in Ranjr thir!cnr situated
in Nemaha County Nebraska Territory, couta'iiug
80 acre ,an l beinj the lands of whiofc the said
ierd Weors died seized. Terms cf sale cash in
Brownville September, 2"th 1855.
Admini?t rator of Uer 1 Weers deceased.
' . 10 3 9,01) - ,
ESTRA Y HORSES"
Taken op by the undersigned llvicg frnr miles
North of Brownville near the i'issoari liives, and
within his inclosed pnmUes, on the 2t h dsy of
Angus t, "8fi5, one gray horse about aine y"rs old
1 J -2 hands hiph with collar marks spavined in
both hind legs,and-also at the same fiiue and place
one dark brown mare about nine years old. about
15 1-2 hands high, with rolhr marks, loft hind leg
white near the knee when taken up had on a
Brownville, Sept. 6 1855.
10-3 pd TIIOMAS HEADY.
Territory of Nebraska. County of Johnson.
To any Constable in Johnson Countv, whereas
Daniel Keeland has filed with ine the afivlavir nec
essary to enable him to a write of attachment
against James Comstock, for the sam of . renty
eight dollars claimed to be due, Keeland, fr in the
paid James Comstock, yon ara therefore command
ed to attach the snoods . ehattle, credits, raon 'y and
s&Vots of said .limes ' Conistork in your County, to
be kept and di posed of according to Iiaw and inaka
lal return theirof, nnd you are also to notify the
defendant there f and sain non him to appear be
fore me, at my office on tho 4th day of November,
1865, at 10 o'clock P. M.to anwer the petition of
the plaintiff in which is claimed above named sum
Dated this the 13 h day of September IS65-
J.W. BENEDICT, Esq.
I have attached one th mbie scanrd wacron
running gear painted red and box painted lead col
or. , ,
JOnN ROBERTS Constable.
3-3 $10-50 .
From WILLIAMS' ADVKRTISING AND PATENT
AGENCY, 97 Chcstuut St., St. Louis, Mo
E S T A B L I S H E t) 1 8 5 1
euppLBs k mim,
55 & 57 North Second Street,
106 South Water Street, .
Manufacturers cf and Wholesale Dealers 5n
Wooden ami Willow
A E E ,
Shoe, Scrub, Horse Dusting
From inch to 2 i:v.'i:- s Diameter,
Cotton, Jute," flax, Wrapping. Sail, backing and
every other ety,
Wrapping, Ti a, Hotel, &o.
Kvi ry ?ue and utyci ijaion .
We would call portion kr attention to tho qualitty
WELL B0CKBUS& KEGS
of these we are tbe largest Manufactarerr in the
We will be glad ti i-cfomin-idats all who may
favor u with a call,- and w'icn persom dosirmg to
pun-hse cannot visit oitrmr Cuicao or rft. Louis,
or boih, we will cheerfully fuooish them with cat
alogue and prici) list
Our business isVtrictly caah, hence all cnWsr
from those with whom we are unacquainted must
be accompanied by a draft for the probable amount
of tho order or satisfactory city references. In all
cases remiffancos must be promptly made on re
ceipt of invoice.
All orders filled at lowest cah prices when ship
ped without rrference to previous quotations.
Goods at owner's risk after bing shipped.
N. B. All purchasers wiii ti.id it to their pecu
niary interest to call and exauai.-ieour stocks before
makm; their purchases.
CUPPLES i MAVTOX.
10-2-lm Jt. Lvais and Ch;c?o.
DEVLIN & CO.,
BROADWAY, KBIT TO It It.
Wholesale and Retail.
WE OPEN TFTE SEASON WITH A LARGE
STOCK OF ELEGANT
CLOTHING A3D FURNISHING GOODS
We bare also secured the servi. cf f r-t ;i!;.-3
tjs'a in onr
Which is likewL-e supplied with the finest and best
Fabrics of the
Oome and Foreign 3Jarkrf s.
To thnfi ah wwli to order hv mil. will ba nt
(on application) j
R M RI.KS OK fiOOTm, 1
With Ilirpetion-" fr Measnrin, whi'h,if correctly
followed, will secure a ot to all eases.
DEVLIN & CO.,
Broadway. cor. Gi tnd St . M"!1. Vlf
Ef-oadwny cor. Warren St
yiii.il I uiift
, - J
W II O LES I E
& yy w
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"fc - c9 oseph? IhZo .
Would -call the attention of DEALERS to their immense stock of .
V - -
Drugs anil 3Ic(llci!ics, School Sooks,
Patent Miilidnev Blank Doak?, - .
Glass an'1 filasTOirp, AVritini; Paper,
Paints nnu Oils, Envelopes.
Spices nl Dje-stnlTv Coal 011 and Lanjjv
Pare Win?s LlQuars, dc,
I - v
j Whi"h were booght forc-h of Mmiufactnr -s.
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pn.cv i.jjfiuj lii laigs maui,:u ir .m a n oa, iiiny are enaoiei io oaar extra iaiaea
r.infs tK fie trade.
fTCg " Tley arc the Jforth-w-t.-rii W Jcsale Anfs of Dr. D. Jayne Son, nd of Dr. J '
C. Ay re & Co., and canf-in. h tneir M-ilicinis in any quantities. (lo
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The "Giovcslccn Fir. no Tortc" received the highest award of men
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