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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1868)
Only a little child,
Who i.nes nil day In the itrect,
ucn a turciess eonj,
To aff Idle thronp,
Who pity her eli unless foot;
A poor, pale, elckly cbiJd !
. And a vlld weired face,
On which near a trace
Of childhood's Joy can be eoen.
Oat In the damptret fog,
Out In the elect and rein,
Out wlien the cold wind
Sends lt Maat unkind
Through her Spain end again;
Out In the dreadful Mcht.
Ey the htnpe of the tavern door.
In hope an f he sines
Of the pity that fiir.es
Borne pence on the beer-stained Coor.
Mother who pass her by,
fehudder with terrible fear,
Praying her late
rver be some day
That of her little ones dear ;
Children who hear her sin?.
Blare at her features ao wild.
O'er her little life ponder.
Thinking wiih wonder,
"What, can she be a child T
Out In the damp, wet fog.
Out In the sleet and raiu.
Out where the cold wind
Bo Twin iu blast unkind
Thrtmeh her arain and at'tiln. '
Brought up inWun'i bcuooI ;
lleli's ahysg uUlng In; -f-
Is there no pity
, Iu tula great city
To save her from thame and sin 7
The 1Yay with Some People.
Deacon S once employed a cob
bier to take a few stitches in a boot, for
Vll KtiYf sift Via .vas r r 1 .- M
dollar. The demand was considered
exhorbitant, but the deacon was not a
man to nave trouble with his ncirm
bor on a trifling matter, to without a
word of objection it was cancelled.
'All will come round right in the
end," he said to himself.
Next morning the deacon, who was
a farmer, was on his way to his field
" witlj oxen and plough, when the cob
bler came out 01 his shop and accosted
'Good morning, deacon; you'rejust
the man l hoped to &ee. lhe case is,
I've hired the field yonder, and am
. : . ft ... : i 1 . l a. i . . i t r
no farmer myself, I wish you would
ton and give me eomelhlng of an in
eicht into the business."
The ether was about to excuse hlm-
elf, for he felt particularly anxious to
tinlsu a piece of ploughing that day,
which he could not if detained at all.
when remembering the boot mending
thought ne: "The aiiair is coming
right so soon. Here is ru opportunity
for illustrating the Golden Kule, and
returning good for evil. I will render
the assistance he needs, and when
askea what's to pay, will answer
Nothing, sir, nothing. I never make
an account of these little neighborly
kindnesses.' 'I hat will remind him
cf yesterday." i
fco the deacon readily consented to
do as requested ; and going over to the
field, commenced and finished sowing
a l.iti &Jip1 cit crnfn cparrplv thinlrirnr.
- -"- . J tT
. meantime, of how his team was stand
ing idle in the cool of the day; but
glorying In anticipation of the smart
his neighbor would suffer- from, the
living coals about to be heaped upon
his head. The employer, who, seated
on a pile of stones in the centre of the
field, had" watched the process in si
lence, now rose to his feet, and very
deliberately advanced towards the ob
"Now for my revenge," thought
the latter, seeing him about to speak;
but the other only carelessly remarked:
"It isn't much to do a thing when one
The deacon made no rcplv, but stood
awaiting the question, "How much
do you ask for your labor?". He
waited in vain, however; the question
was not asked. The other began to
Fpeak on difTerent topics, and the
farmer, unwilling to lose more time,
turned and hurried away to where he
had left his team. He had gone some
distance along the road, when a
voice was heard calling:
'JJallo, deacon. Hold on, there a
The deaccn turned his head, and the
"He's just thought of it," said the
deacon to hiraielf, half impatient at
being again stopped. "My triumph is
likely w cost about && much as it's
trortn; but I'll have it after all. Urge
t he may, I won't take a single dime.
Bo saying he secured his oxen to a
Jwst by the roadside, and ran back as
ax as the wall, against the oposite side
of which the farmer was carelessly
"Why, how you puff, deacon! there
is no special haste called for, I merely
thought to ask whether you don't im
agine we shall have rain soon. You
farmers pay more attention to 'these
things than we mechanics do."
The deacon coughed a full minute,
and then answered that he really
"couldn't say, but it seemed pretty
near cool enough to snow.", And
having given this opinion, he once
more bet his faco farmward ; musing
as he went, whether it might not have
been well to have attached to the Gol
den Rule a modifying clause, suited to
dealing with" such people as his neigh
bor of the awl and last.
The deacon loves, to this day. to tell
the story, and laugh over it ; but he
never fails to add: "Well, well, it en
ded just as it should; inasmuch as I
was wickedly calculating and rejoic
ing over my neighbor's humiliation."
Decision In the TTooIey Butler
Case. . ,
Baltimore, Oct. 31.
In the case of C. W. Wooley ar.d
Kumberlv & Bro. in the Supreme
Court of Baltimore city, against Gen.
Butler, a decision was given to-day by
Judere Dobbin on motions to vacate
the summons and declare them illegal.
The opinion was lengthy, and conclu
ded as follows :
I am of the opinion that the privi
leges of Senators and Representatives
secured to them by the constitution of
the United States exempt them only
from an actual arrest of their persons
or service upon them of such process
es, the disregard of which would ex
pose them to an attachment for con
tempt or other personal molestations.
As these cases involve none of these
consequences I 6hall overrule the
The Democrat' Washinjrton dis-
ratch save there has been an official
panic at the Postoffice Department to
dav. over the premature publication
of figures showing the condition of that
Department, and furnished by the
Auditor lor X1 r. itanaaii'8 iorxncora
insr report. The annual exhibition
will show a lanre increase in the an
nual de2ciency, amounting to several
millions over anv previous year. The
excess of expenditures over the re
ceipts or tne present year wui reacn
within a few thousand dollars of seven
millions, notwithstanding the receipts
of this year are si,iu,uuu more man
last rear. In 1S65. under Gov. Denni-
eon, the Department had a surplus of
J5UJ,WU. -rt.V lilt CiUSO J1 ikanuau c
first year, the deficiency was $1,600,
003 : at the close of his second year it
was t3.CO0.OO0. This year It Is almost
' 7,CkX,000. .
Tha lnst statement is from the &
' cial Ubles for the year and cannot be
di?r utd. To-day several 01 tae mgu
the'Department made an
attempt to have the Auditor deny the
published statement, but he refused to
do this. An attempt was then made
t, HnnirpH thmnfh a correepon-
dent here, but so far as known without
Roser. . urg was held to bail in the
135.000 forisBuinff false nat
uralisation papers. . Indictments have
1 i found against many other prom-
. :.t politicians on tne tame caargo.
ITotico to ilio Public.
New and Fashionable stock oJ
(SO SHODDY), Is now offered to the Public at
J. S. HETZELS
No. 10 Llaia Street,
who la a
H r I Vf I
to the Interest of the public ; and having pur
chased my CLOTHING, (made under my own
supervision) exclusively for caeh, I can Bellas
low, If not lower, than any
In tho Town or County. I beg to call your
attention to my
Large & Well
selected stock of
Gent's Furnishing Goods,
i - 1 r
-.Jr. V t.
nr THE "WEST.
Ilere Is a chance for the beet bargains, aa I
have no dead toek on hand, all being entirely
new. The pnbllc are Invited to call and ex
amine for themselves,
where averytMrg In thaothlnf lln can b
- ' " LJ.C"HETZSI
QUHEIIG7AIli: AI7D GLA37AHI
W W I i J
E5 , 'y&ff Ti1-
T 1 1
r n v V nrr nrnnr i
No. LIS, 3Xuixi Street,
i-llil iiuilli $ Uuiu y ill il u 'Lmk & k
IKT 33 33 3HL
. -3 . SklM tM
. Z - CESS'S
A. y mm mm.
....... - ... , j''''''' -
FURST & B&ADLEYS'
SULKY AND WALKING CULTIVATORS!
VICTORIOUS AT ALL FAIRS! .
ta-Ahead of all In the Field I Order Early !ff
Cayuga Chief Reaper and Hower.
- - fJAYUCA CHIEF PRQ-ppjfr
Swcpstakes of the World !
I Challenge all Self-Eakes to a
. STUDEBAKEB TAGONS.
, ; ' "I
T" - - -
tut; BEST WAGOXS MADE!
W mm HARVESTER.
TWO LIEU DO THE BniDIIIG
Samples !oir on Hand of
And tee if I cannot suit yon In goods and PRICES ! I boy mj Machinery by the car load
thus fjivJt freirM. A fu enpply of aU kinds of Farm Machinery la their season.
r- r - r .f-y
ALT. AEOAKD tJii C
jL 3r2L jSl
.: i jn ? n g v n ci
Wd Vi7 u UtUa LW
cuts MX ecu
Trial, machine against Macliie!
and RIDE ALL TOE WHILE
all tlie Machines we Sell!
P. A. Tisdel L Co..
: .-. 1 .-. Atlantic St?., BrownvUIfc
.a.. -rr - tlUj
Liveiy, Feed and Sale Stable !
Ben. Rogehs, Pnorr.irTOi;.
Kos. 82 and 84 Main Street
Dealer in alt kinds of stock. Ilorsts loujht,
gold and exchanged. Stock boarded by the
day or week.
The Propri tor hns recently erected an entire
new, larsu anil ooiumodcous Stable, near the
old ISrovnvi!le House. His stock Is all fresh
and vehicles new. The public can be accom
modated at all hours,
DAY OU IV I Gil XT.
A stock corrall, with an abundant supply
of pure water, attached to the stable. 4-ly
Livery, Sale, Peed and Exchange
' Corner Main and Levee Streets,
Buys, Sells and Exchanges
STOCK, CITY PROPERTY,
Has Large Stock Corrall close to Steam Fer
ry Landing. Stable accommi dations lor
Single and Match Horses, Buggies and Car
riages always on hand for sale. 40-y
Peru Livery Stable.
All! ICinrts of Stoclc.
Horses Bought, Sold, or Exchanged.
Stock Boarded by the Day or week.
KT STAB1.E3 ARE STOCIKD witn irood Horee
and buggies Persons i.-hini conveyance to aDy
portion (if tbe Nentaba Land District can be accom
m dated The
Peru & Brownville Coacli
Leaves MT 3TABLK3 every m,,rning at 10
o'clock, A M. Passencers or packa(rw aafe J con
Teyrd. Ordvra left wiib tbe Postmasterg wi!i be
promptly attended to. (xii316m)
McPlici sou's Block,
In Southern Nebraska, Atchison and Holt
County, Mo., for the
fi---..;. y,.'..V-vr,-. v .
Reaper & Hower!
THE BEST IN THE WORLD ! I
P CLIPPER D
UANTON b ILOVS
THE BEST FLO W NO W MADE!
THE MItIMi!;UIIOI r
Separater and Cleaner !
atanulaciurd and sold by
J. GA11SID E,
Th trial of tbls machine at various Ounty and
State Kairb, and tbe Judimnt of every ooe bo
tees nd usen it. unie in pron nncing tbe Brinker
boflTCora Shelter tbe test ever (evented. With it
man em sbell bit cr p or corn at bis leisure,
without aniuu Dt and thereby save in a abcrt
time more than the cost of a shelter.
This Coin Sbelierhfts taken the first premium
for three year past at the New York Stale Fair,
wbo but partia ly perfreud. It bas since been
brought to a degree of perfection, wbUh make it
The rot lowing la the report or the judges on this
machioet at the treat trial of Agricultural Imple
ments he d at Auburn, K. T . in July, 18t6 under
the auspicies of the Mew Tork Agricultural Society.
Am.'Lg the machines on exhibition waa a Hand
Corn theller, Separater and Cleaner, exhibited by
J. Briukerhoit. Auiuro, tl. T. We have carefully
examined and thoroughly tested this machine, and
have no hesitation in pronouncing it the BEST
CORN SHKLLER WIS KVKR SAW. It readily
adapta itself to ears of any size or sh pe, shells
clean, and with great rapidity and etse, and tbe
same operatioh separates tbe corn from tbe cob, and
the chaff from the m, and delivers tbe com ready
for market; and it requires the In bor of but one
person to operate it. The whole affair Is simple in
construction, and durable.
J. S fJOVl.n, Pres. N. T. Ag. So
B. P. JoHNsoN, Sec " ' "
8. E()BIOX, A:. Kd. N. T. Tribune.
8. E.TODD, "
Beports of Agricultural Fair Committees, and
opttiitio of Agricultural and other Journals mixht
oe cited at great length but we content ourselves
with tbe following letter as capping tbem all .
(Copy of Letter from C. S. Agent for Paris Cniver-
sal Exposition )
No 40 Park Row, Times Building, 1
NEW TOBK Dec. 8th, 1868.
Me. J. BaisKEKHorr. Es , Dear Sir. My
AdvlsoTy Committee, appointed to selected Imple
ments fur Exhibition at the Universal Exposition in
Paris, in IS67, hare seiecte und rec nimended to
nie yi-ar corn s-hel ler is the best in America.
1 have acceptrd their report, nd will f irward
yourthei er if de'ivert-d here ready f r shipment,
on or before January lt, 1367.
Tours truiy, J. C. DERBY.
Price, $25 nntl $30.
According to finish and size of balance wheel.
Simple he!lers shipped - n receipt of the p"ke,
and warranted to give aatisf action, or the machine
will te taken back aad toe maey refunded, "upon
notice within s reasonable time. Addrass
1TM. T. DC W, Agent,
U nft-ly Brownville, Nebrajk
VV r McPh8rsoa'B
Also Agent for
m i 1- ""1 -
si Y rl?Qv
mm I U f T t
S I 1 AmumjLt. I I S
. I I mtm 1 1 fa
iO?ensware,large8ta6sortmeT!t ever in this
rrx. u SMATVS.
DIZY C0Q12Z AIID GHOCHTIIZJ
DRY GOODS k GSOOERiES
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS,
Y A N K E E N 0 T I 0 N S ,
HOSIERY AND WHITE GOODS.
And every other kind of Goods kept in a "Western Store, which we will
Whenever yon are in Town Call and See Us!
Corner Slain and Second Streets,
LV WW itJLUA J WJ
Groceries anfl Provisio
"VVe have on hand a large and well assorted stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY GHOC33ISS,
To thich vro are making constant additions, and -which w are
selling at Prices aa low a3 any Ilonse "west cf the Llississippi.
IN THE QUALITY OF OUK GOODS WE DEFY COMPETITION !
JCSfFLOUR OF THE MOST APFEOVED BItANDS.-2
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
ST. JOSEril, 2IO.
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Iron Steel art
"NVaffon, Carriage and
Spring. Axes, Axels, Shovels, Spades, Files, Rasps, Chains, Carriage and
Tire Bolts, Nutts and Washers, Nails, Horse Nails, Horse and Mule Shoes,
Saws, etc. Ctistiii. unci Hollow-ware, Suar Kettles And
irons, Skillets and Lids, Stew pots, Bake ovens, Fruit kettles and Sad Irons.
ISLiACSiSJII Til 9 TOOL.S, Anvils, ococks ana jiies, ueuows, ftieugeana
Hand Hammers, Vices, Pincers, Rasps, Farriers' Knives, Tuyre Iron, &c.
OUTFITING GOODS. Ox Yokes, Axle Grease, Ox chains, Wagon Jacks,
Ox Shoe nails. Shovels and Picks, Gold
stuff. 1,000 celebrated SXolino Plows.
Eagle Mowers, FSr I M'Cormick's .r'
Ka'lers Horse Corn Planters, Sulky Corn "Cultivators, Hand Corn Shellers,
Hay Rakes, etc., etc. Tali banU's Standard Scales.
Buying my goods direct from manufacturers I offer great
Inducements to Wholesale Buyers at
Union Foundry and Machine Shop.
Burnside, Crowtlier & Eogers,
Cor. 8th and Jessanie Sts., St. Josejli, Mo.
Steam EnginesMade Repaired
IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS,
SliU Works of all Kinds.
Iron Fronts made to order on short no
tice, and satistattory to all parties.
Also ?ent for Gardener A llobertuon's Ira
proved i'atcnt Uovernor. 44-Iy
J. Pf eiffers
CORNER 6th and ST. CHARLES Sts.
' ST. JOSEPH, 1IO.
Also Dealer in
LIME, HAIR, CEMENT,
Plaster. Wtite Sand, Fire Brick.
Ac, A?., Ac., Ac.
WOOLWORTH & COLT,
And Dealers In
Book, Stationery, Paper
No. 12, 2d St., St. Joseph. Mo.
CASH PAID FOE 12 A OS!
W. M. WYETH & CO.,
Wholesale Dealer In
Harness, Skirting and all kinds of
SADDLERS LEATHER & HARDWARE,
SADDLES, BRIDLES, Ac.
ttAgent& for Dif son's Circular Saw nd
No. 6, South Third, bet. Felix A Edmond Sts.
T. JOSEPH,!! O. 51y
S fa's'yp a a o c a x a a s'i'n ii r----Ji
- SWAN & BKO.
Pans, etc. Hubs, Spokes and Bent-
Constable's Iron and' Steel Warehouse!
St. Joseph, Mo.
joujt pixgeb w. n. docolas
I'irs OEll & DOUGLAS,
Wholesale Dealers In
&c, Ac. No. 7, Fourth street,
ST. JOSEPH. MO. 4-51y
LEMON, HOSILV & CO.,
Wholesale and Ketail Dealers in Foreign
Dry Goods, Clothing, Etc.,
No. 5 Fourth Street, ST. JOSEPH.
A large stoek always on hand. Orders so
licited. Hatiaiaetlon guaranteed. 4j-ly
DANIEL PIIAIICIS iz. Co.
6T. LOUIS, 3IO.
Keeps constantly on hand a large assortment
Plain & Ornamental Monuments
The Trade supplied with Blk and Slabs.
Sawing Done to Order.
M. F. BOYD, Agent,
;l-ly ' Brownville, Nebraska.
UNDERIIILL &. EATON,
No. 2 City Buildings, St. L.nU, Mo.
Seeond National Bank.......t. iuls. Mo.
Allen, OppA Niisht't, .St. Loui.H.Mot
Branch State Bank of Iowa. ...IWmrjue.
Johnston A Bacon, Bankers Ft. Madison, la.
Isaac Searrtt A Co.v............Aiton, ill.
Blair & At wool, Alton, 111.
James A Jackson & CoM
STAPLE A!ID FAHCY GROCERS
OoiiiuilMttioii 3Xei-eIinnt." ,
No. 101 North 2nd St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
Cousiznmentsof Country Produce solitited.
From our experience in this branch of busi
ness, and by clvlng it our personal attention,
we feel coufldent we can make It to t tie
terest of parties to give as their shipments.
J. A. riTEK. T. B. BETXOLD3.
PISE il & SIETSO lAS,Proprietors
Elfilit street, two blocks from K. K. Depot.
GT. JOSEPH, MO. iolj
jit J - c r - -1 :
Talented Feb. H, 1 "
r.iiczrvED T-in :
Great Fair cf tL3 An::rl;;n In:iiiu
And lH'acst rreraisa f-,r Lest
At raria Exj:it'., Inly, 13C7,
No. 1 FjaSly aUlne.
Thi YachzsE I CunstrncteJ on ne-w priivrp;t
of mechanism, po.-'??in rre aod Tlubis
improTement, bivtn? bea exanur.M br ihe nt
nrp'onn-l V9't an ' rrmmwl U b S1?UCITT
The Minwin sreibe pnacipi! cb;9;tloss nrjsd
ftiint Sewing if ictilnes:
1. Excessive stiii'J to "e orverttor.
8. Libility to If?' oat cf irdiT
S. Expense, troqb'e Ri ! of t !m In r?irir?.
4. incip-ltr to sew every rf?e iptiou .f matril.
ft Disagreeable noise in op?rt ioo.
The Empire Snrinj ?,I-r?i in ij Exempt
from all these Objections.
Ith utrarabt Ni'f. Terpen. IlcuJar Action,
makes te LOCE orS'Il'TTLU STITCH, whloh wiil
NKlTUXa BIP nr RAVEL, .uJ H ui tm bota
ides; perforan perfe't win? oq every deso-jpM oa
of nuterlai, wiia coiton. Imeo or i;k tireaJ, from
tbe coarsest to tbe finest number.
It Hems. Fells, Binds, Eraids, Tucks,
Quilts, Plaits and Gathers.
Jit Family Sewing hltchin it hat no Superior.
Special attention u ealied . -r New Improred
No. 2 & 3 ilanufactm ins ZXacLiaeK
They be been tborimshly tetel'on ery de
acripeiiin of Cloth nd Leaiber Wtrk, raDaia ty
Steam Power st'.be rate of
1 ,200 S itches per Min u tc.
rrcwuciMn mttre ion aouoia toe wore of toy otn?
Shuttle Uctiipe now in nte; the xtiu-b is tigbt,
anifrm and beaniiful: ibey are Simple ia ci,n:rnc
tion, eaxiiy ni-iierotixHi, a'.d o.t !i4iio aret oct of
order, roo Itgbt anl are c muarueiy noiseless.
Far Tailoring or Leather Work we claial ibat they
are not ooty ejual. hot macb anterior to any other
machiae that ha ever been offered to tbe pablic.
EsprsSewiiiacibs Co., 1,Y,
WELLS 4 R1CHAUESON,
' St Joeoph, Mo.
General Agenta N. W. States and Territories.
J. S. Scliencli, Agent,
Haw again carried of tbe b)bet bnnor at tbt
principle Fairs the present arn, coramenciic wita
tbe New England AtTicoitaral Fair, at Providence,
in3epu.'Diter where it wj awarded
The Highest Prize,
lmrr)i!iate!y after whirh came the New Tnri State
Fair at HuJjiu in October, wttere tbe ouuiaiittae
First Prize double Thread Machine.
Then) cam the great Aunual Fair of New Ei.jlaud,
that f tae
at LxiweU, where the hiyhe.-i prize the
ONLY GOLD MEDAL
awarded toany Fami'y Sewing Machine, waagivaa to
THE FLOBEriCE I
sod that too lb fair conipe'l'Kin with, other
First Clas-T laciines
for Ave consecntiT weeks wliereit baa been exam
ined by the best mechanics in tae country a :d pro
nounced the best constructed and must reHabta Ma
chine, and one that, oa account of its nlmpllcitj would
Accomplish More M
More Satisfactory Manner
Any OTHEB SEWING HAHINE
At the Fair of tbe Xaryiand Institute, whica
c!oed a four weeks session at Baltimore on laeYUa
of NoTeoiber, tbe superiority of tbe
was again e.r. Armed by the committee on Sewing
atirhnies. who unaiiimounly awarded It the GOLD
MEDAL tbe highest prise tbe lustitnte emfcrs.
Uti the litb of September tbe Ureal Fair and In
hibition of tbe American Institute waa opened 'B
New Tork As nauai tbeJiplay of .Sewiug Maebme
was large and tbe competition stroug, but after six
weeks trial tbe friends of tbe -
bad the satiM-tl.)0 of seelns their faroilte agala
triumphant and for the second time bearing ea tbe
highest honors of tbe American Inxtittne.
Below we give so extract fr. m the Report of tbe
committee oa Sewing Machines read at tbe cloae f
"Tbe whole number of 8ewir,g Machines on sni
bition is thirteen, of these. tweWe are entered for
competition. The article bearing tbe number 7M
(?LORKXCS SiWISii JTACHIXX) la decided te fee
Tlie Best Ex hi bit lost. It mast also be
stated incidentally. Thai thit U better IAat 7if
tit clatt knmen to the Jttdget.
"ITS MRITS ARB :
1st. Good Material and Thorough
2d. Hore absolute Novelty than
marks the usual Improvements ia
Id Tbe Ingenious arrangement of a positive me
tli.n for adja-uing the tbresd duriD tbpaaoI tbe
shuttle au4 gaiberuig np of it in tbe Ouub of UiS
4:h. The reversible fed.
6ta. Tbe variety of tbe work that can be ioee
we therefore decide tbat it receive tbe awaxi t
Signed WK. FRATT.
IR4 S CADT.
"This is to certify tbat the foreskin. Ha true ex
tract front tbe Report of the Jmin of Sewinf M-"
cbinea at tbeCTta Annual F.ir Ik7
JSO W C'tl AKBSR3,
Sec Board Managers.
Kew Tork. Not. 17th. 1S7."
It would seera as thougb this sncceaaloe of tri
umphs shou d be suiricleut to convince aey aiiproj
diced pers-ja of tbe great superiority of lb
FLORENCE SE116 U
overall uthers. and if more is needed toeonflra
tbe above, we might add tha. It IS4I. :be Compaey
only so d SO Macbiues, whilst oot tbareare tw
t J I U w? J
JlU JU 11 J w
U i I
Tli ii entaUiitiog lis repuutiua beyond quesUoa.
Every Uaclihe i3 TTamited I f
ge::. WESTEIiX AGXXT,
C12 JT.41S St.. Kant side, betweaa
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