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mass or ejteeest.
Drunkenness is spreading so mtich In
Germany that a new ineaiure" for its
pmiihhrDect and prevention, is being
prepared for presentation to the Impe
rial Parliament '..
A San Francisco merchant ears that
he nicks up from six to a dozen pistol
bulkts on his flat roof every year, a
striking illustration of tho number of
chance shots lired in the city.
The Due d Aumale is receiving a suc
cession of large parties at the Chateau
of Chantillv. The Countess de Paris
and the Duchess de Chartress act as
hobtcss, turn and turn about.
A bill nr;i.inst dueling, introduced in
to tie South Carolina lrislaturc, pro
vides the death penalty for the survivor
and imprisonment and fines for whoever
carries the challenge and sees the light.
The price which England is to be
called iipon to pay out of the pockets of
th; English, Scotch, and Welsh taxpay
ers; in order to settle forever the dis
quieting Irish land question, is. accord
ing to the Statist, the very modest
amount of SI, 500, 000, 000.
- The fi rejof last spring in the swamps
of southern' New Jersey had the effect
of producing the biggest cranberry crop
ever known. Growers bewailed their
certain ruin, but the tires so enriched
the ground that the plnuts have pro
duced treble in quantity and quality.
The comrmtteo of the Spinners asso
ciation of Fall River, offer a reward of
$'2o to any minor or woman who will
give testimony th.-.t will convict r.ny
corpora' ion f violation of the ten-hour
law. They claim that violation of the
law U quite general with the manufac
turers, while the latter deny it.
There is notl ;. . in the world eoral
to f:il io!iaUe i-nlvprs;-, savs the ivw
York Mad. A well know: and very
aiiiti;::i;:j Ja-lv of Murray '. has sent
to China for a crttiin r:ro kind of tea
whieh she i iopo.-ts to serve at a kettle
drum. A New York florist recently charted
a enr to send a pie e of decorative work
to a Cleveland wedding. It w:;s a bow
er of thr.tcl cd Mravv. hfleen feet high,
and aludiled with roses ami trimmed
A rm-iriw new club is about to be es
tablished in Albert terrace. Knights
bridge, London. It is to be founded by
bachelors, who are to be allowed to in
vite ladies to dinner. When a member
marries he is to be permitted to retain
his nieniljorship on pnjmcut of a line of
23 guineas. r'
j " Tor'St. raid's cathedral, London, a
bell weishini; ten or twelve tons is
wanted. Tl:e lar:e-(t heil hanging
there at present weighs only- live tons,
and the dean and chapter sav that tlu3
is intolerable. They have already col
lected !?3.2i0 pr a now bell, aud" they
wish to double the amount
The Cape Cod Canal company, which
ban been reorganized at Hoston.-will
make a practical survey of the line soon.
I'-eforo beginning work it must reim
burpo the old company for its expendi
tures, assume the responsibility for land
damages, ind must have bona fide sub
scriptions of $500,000 worth of stock, of
which 'JOO,000 shall be paid in.
The Rev. Dr. Wolfolk, a Baptist min
ister at Versailles, Ky., thinks that he
has discovered the location cf the infer
nal regions. He says that every star is
a burning world. Our sun is one of the
smaller of these stars, and is far ad-
V!tnfil in tliA titi'fCia rxi rnMiutiiTti
The white strs have a still more in-
I tensj combustion, and he believes that
1 fome s ueh world will be the future
j i . ..
noouc oi me iosi.
John Chinaman loves the flavor of the
agile octopus. Several CYb'sti.i's whilo
lichingoQ Angel inland, mi the Pacilic
coast, caught a huge dtv'.l-hs!: in their
acts. As it came slowly to view on tho
surface of the water its arms grasped
the side of the boat With a sharp ax
thev succeeded in chopping oil the hii'e
feelei-s, and thus fretnl their craft. Fi
nally the whole body was got into the
boat and the prize conveyed to China
town, where it was cut iu to pieces and
It is tlifc health, not the eye.-ight,
which parents with studious children
should ever protect, though thy should
be most merciless in insi.stin on a
fufEciency of light and liht which
actually reaches the olject of attention.
You may sit in a room full of light, but
. have all the while only twilight, or even
a deep shallow falling on the work in
band. Light fall light, but light with
out glare, is tho grand preservation of
It is easy to mount a little donkey.
A fly is nothing, but it spoils the ap
petite. Two captains in one ship will
surely sink her. The fox ends by get
ling l"nU the furrier's shop At sight of
a fdow-worm the timid cry "Fire!"
Knife-wound heal, but not those pro
diced by the word. The heart is a
crystal palace; once broken, it can
never be mended. With patience, sour
grapes become sweetmeats and mulberry-leaves
turn to satin. . The night
ingale was shut up in a golden cage,
but still she cried, "My home, my
bome!" ' The apple and pomegranate
disputed which was f aires, when the
thistle exclaimed, "Breth""" let us not
Education, in its broadest sense, is
.undoubtedly the main business of youth.
Theirs is the preparation for a future
life of action. But we are too apt to
regard school and study as the whole of
education, whereas it Is but a part and
ute to the general fund. Often the very ;
. F ,i .v. : . !
best way to prepare to do anything is
gained chiefly by conlinuel exersice in
it. As life consists largely of work, it
would seem to be the path of wisdom to
accustom the boy and the girl to take
some regular share in it suitable to
their years, that they may not upon
entering its real business, stand aghast
and overwhelmed by the multitude of
claims efficiency in "action and noble
ness of character; and the acquisition
of knowledge, though important as one
means, can never, by itself, produce
either of these. It must be vitalised by
individual thought and utilized bv per
sonal action before it can put real value
into one's life or produce anything like
an abundant harvest. These processess
should go on simultaneously.
What a luxury it must le, to some
people, to grumble. Rob them of that
luxury, ana life seems barely endurable.
You might as well obliterate from sight
the green and velvety coat of Nature.
They must grumble. Grumbling is a
constitutional necessity with them. It
is & part and an important part, of
tbeir organization. They grumble as
naturally and as inevitably as they eat
and drink. Indeed, they might, per
force, dispence for a time with those
interesting table performances; but to
tal abstinence from gnsmbiing. to a
regular grumbler, is just as possible as
total abstinence from water to a fish.
- And. goodness knows! life fund dies
suCicient material for fault-finding. ;
The lea)t quemiovts find it dificult at
all time to be amiable ;;niid the ner
verseness of events, and the counter
f correct of ai! ii'tla tilings th.it should
-moves on in unMv and harmoiiiou-le.
'S i 3b:diy
: the e:
Amid such a s'e of thing the r-ior-
dissrttirj'.e-i may casi;v revel in
xpress'.oll tl ttieir mis o-.-r T.mci;.;
; sea lo no meiu ju:. -. .
ijf an opportunity. Iu domes:
: the conduct of servants i- a
- tnn. of ead;e-.s com: 'ai it
nmjoillUlt-. Hi iMnie-,-.,.; :r
- "greatest p'.sgne iu uf-." a .-- vu.'.s v..-:
, c ailed, occasion, too, the gran-list v.o-.-.:-;
tv of these iiltlc outburst of the grur.io-
HuU atter ir-i-i our
resMv-n tu.it 'pwa -m
sod per-vaou,' and ntv r-- r.?.
,t u! -.-niMb-ir.r. then-for-', a
'i !: r-iin tiie grumbjer's evir k'
evil ciai-a;-ie;-of ttx person
S irruoitued ;i! It wca;d !
w K-r u to cunte"!-".'.''. now
i-'.-w -.? tho qucsjiic-A, an 1
i ' - .
A seat, at the 'Boston Brokers' board
is valued at $5,000. .
In tho African Methodist chrch of
North Carolina there are one hundred
local preachers and ninetyjtwo exhort
ers. A steam sawmill, the first in the prov
ince, has been Opened at Phiipnopolis,
and lias afforded an opportunity for a
dinner commemorative of the event
Leopold . von Ranke, the historian of
the popes of Rome, not satisfied with
having given to the world nearly as
many volumes as he has years and the
iilustrious chronicler is older than the
German emperor is busily engaged in
a new work on universal history, the
first two volumes of which are expected
to appear soon, dealing 'with the oldest'
histoi ieal group . of peoples, including
A trial was made in Berlin recently
in presence of Count Moltke of a newly
invented traction engine, adapted to
military purposes. This engine drew
live heavy guns of fifteen-centimetre
bore througn the streets for over two
hours at the cost of two marks an hour.
The trial was considered by Count
Moltke and the staff, very satisfactory.
Probably the traction engine will be
come an institution in the German
In the villa of Eugenie, at Biarritz,
the most interesting room is that which
belonged to the Prince Imperial. The
bed is still there widen he occupied
when he first visited the place, a boyjof
1 2 years of age. On llis writing-table
stili remain tne blotches of ink, and in
the bookcase is a curious memorandum
written by th"e late Emperor, of direc
tions for a little expedition which the
young Prince was to lake witli his bonne
Final judgment for $ 1.9."G.5D has been
taken iu the pon'.t fjee suit at Norwich,
Conn., of Mower against Tubbs, in which
the plaii.tiif recovers for moneys em
bez.ied by the defendant, whilo ass'st
ant .s! master at New Loudon. Too
i:tiio:!f the wi .nw of Gen. Mower, a
corp-s commander under Gen. Sherman
during the hue wa". and wa- appointed
postmistress at New London by Prt-.-i-deiit
Grant. It is alleged that Tuhbs
has covered up Ids property to beat tho
The wife of Owen Dougherty, of
Chester. Pa., dreamed that there was
gold under a rock at Kiting Sun, near
Wiimington. According to the dream
there was a nios--covered brick on the
rock. Mrs. Dougherty's fat her-in-ia w,
Thomas Dougherty, having faith iu the
dream, took Mrs. D. to Rising Sun and
they found the rock with the brick on it.
Three men spent several hours digging
under the rock. What they found, or
rather didn't find, the three men prob
A novel and ingenious idea occurred
to the late Siamese Embassador at the
! Court of St. James. During his stay in
! Ixmi'.on his excellency appears to have
been fascinated by the gaudy grandeur
! of the Albert memorial. He instructed
j his silversmith to fashion the model of
the memorial in fac-siuiile so far as the
general outline, but to modify the de
tails whenever they jarred upon the
feelings of a devout Buddhist, and to
replace tho central figure by a spirited
model of his Siamese majesty. He then
transported the figure to Siam.
A scandalous case is reported from
Ratisbon. A well-known physician,
Dr. Schmelcher, after having lived with
his wife in complete harmony for twen
ty years, fell violently in love with a
young girl of 18. Both were Roman
Catholics, and in order that he might
obtain a divorce the doctor became a
Protestant. The church excommuni
cated him, and forbade the girl to mar
ry luiu. Nevertheless the maariage did
tike place, though the couple" were
obliged to go to Nurenberg to get the
ceremony performed, so great was the
indignation against them at Ratisbon.
A Pretty May Custom.
A pretty May custom still obtains fn
the more primitive villages of Suabia,
; Bavaria, and Tyrol, distant from the
great railway routes and comparatively
untouched by the prosaic temper of
contemporary German culture. On the
first Sunday of the flowery month the
unmarried girls of the hamlet, ar ned
with leafy boughs, visit in procession
the young wives who have been wed
during the past year, and make formal
inquiry, in certain set phrases hallowed
by long custom, with respect to their
' health and happiness. Etiquette p:v-
! scribes that each married woman thus
distinguished should receive her maiden
visitors at the outer door of hT house,
bfore which they take up their stand in
double line. After thanking them f r
their kind inquiries, she passes slowly
between their ranks, receiving from
each in turn a light blow iiiilicted with
the green branches as a mark of
-maidenly disapproval of her faitide-s-ness
to t'heir virginal si.-terhood. Hav
ing endured this gentle diseipline, she
is expected, according to her imshand's
mran. to make a pecuniary offering to
the vestal band; and the total amount
of this quaint May-day collection hi ex
pended by the village girls in an even
ing festivity, to winch they invite the
marriageable bachelors ?' the village.
j At this merry-making all the outlay for
musicians and refreshments i ; defrayed
: by the youthful hostesses, who however
reserve" to themselves the privilege of
i "engaging partners."
j Among German peasants the prae
tices and observances of their ancestors
' are even to this daj- faithlu !y observed.
; They are not near so cMiiov.iitaTi r-s
IrtUcr u.i ill
and French neighbors and
innovations aro usually eu-
Habits of tha Eeavor.
i am well acquainted with the habits
of the northern beaver. Several years
ago I Ixiught in several hundred a -res
of mi;:iug lands near the south shore of
Lake Superior, in Ontonagon county,
Mich. On Carp river, a smalt stream
that crossed a part of my lands, tha
leavers had built several dams, and
formed extensive ponds, in which they
built their Ikmisos or lodges, as the
Indians call them. These lodges are
built in water several feet in depth, and
the entrance is several feet under water,
but the floor of the lodge is built at
least two feet above high-water mark.
The floor is built solid from the bottom
of the pond, except the entrance.
Although the beaver is warmly clad
with long, fine fur, he is very sensitive
to the cold, and rarely, if ever, leaves
the pond, or lodge during the void
weather. He lays in his winter supply
of food, which mainly consists of th s
bark of a certain species of poplar. He
cuts down small trees and cuts them
into short pieces of one foot, or a little
over, in length, and takes them into
the pond. These pieces of wood are
dragged up into the lodge as often a
food is needed, and the bark pn'evcj
off; and. after he' eg -5er.ud--d of th-3
bark, they are by r.j ine:.i:s U.ro.vn
awav as useless, but are taken under
u"e an," cn'tJ
to sir, ngtnen !t.
the ice, and carefully placed in the dam.
Ti.ev built one dam a little I -clow the
! foot of Carp lake, which raised the lake
thirty inches. The lake is a sm-ill or5
, about ot.e mile loi.g ai.-d a fourth of
a mile wide. I mcwiied ti.e stump of
; a maple tree that the;, had our. d-jwn,
. and it mea-jiired f xi.tce.i inches in
i diameter. There were no Jess than
: eleven dams on the ?';e;ua, a'.i in sight
i of our buildings, where we uere mining
j for copper.
i The beaver possesses great eng::ieer
j ing skill, always building ids d;.n ia
form of an arch, giving it etrengt'i to
t resist the pressure of the water. The
! Indians used to tell me many bingultr
I traits of character that this animal
j possesses. They build their dams and
lodges of mud. sticks and stones,
i compactly and verv htrong. I once saw
t an albino beaver-skin, i thought.-and
Still think, that it was the purest while
I ever 6hw,- 'X Gcu lick in J'onat nud
me' Brick M
II. Boeck- -
Hardl of . Single -Signification Without
"- . Ambiguity. t
Doctor to nervr ms patient: "What.'
vou are afraid of being buried before
life is extinct? Nonsense! Yon take
what I prescribe, and drive such foolish
notions from your head. Such a thing
never happens witi my patients.".
A Unitarian Kitten
A little fellow, minions to find a homo
for a pet kitten, wi.er- it would stand a
good chance of being well brought up,
carried it to the residence of a clergy
man, and asked him if he would like a
kitten. "I don't know," said he.
"What kind of kitten have you?'' "A
Unitarian, sir." "No, not one of that
sort, I think." A few mornings after
wards the little fellow appeared at the
same door, rang the bell, and again
found himself face to face with the
man of the home." The boy repeat
ed his offer of the juvenile feline.- ,:!5iit
aren't you the same boy that cal'ed the
other day, isn't this the same little Uni
tarian kitten you had then?"' -Yes,"
the littlo man responded, "it i3 the
same kitten, but his eyes are open now,
and he's an Episcopal kitten.
Valuable discoveries have been made,
inventions suggested, bv
the veriest accidents,
An alchemist, while seeking to disr
cover a mixture of earths that would
make the most durable crucibles, one
day found that he had made porcelain.
The power o lenses, as applied to the
telescope, was discovered by a watch
maker's apprentice. While holding
spectaele-rhi-ises Let ween Lis thumb and
finger lie was s'.artied at the suddenly
enlarged appearance of a neighboring
church spi'V. t ::!'ing the attention
of his master to this, the value of the
discovery at ohee s'ru.-l; hi.r. a.-, import
ant and to this MTir.'.ie )teci.!e:it is out
tj or rise wi.ole j
The art of
ct I hiu
Hiv.ii glass w:is
discovered bv a Xurcuibn
acci-.lcut a few drop-
i ai-ua fort'-
fel! unoo hi- -p'-ta-es. He Iiolieni
the gls.s-. bcMine corro !c I and softev.ed
where the aeh: htul toucued it. That
was hint enough. He drew figures upon
glass with ". aruish, applied the corrod
ing fluid, then cut away the glass around
the drawing. When the varnish was
removed, the figures appeared raised
upon a diirk gr und.
Mczzotinto owed its invention to the
simple accident of the gun-barrel of a
sentry becoming runted with view.
The swaying to and fro of a chandelier
in a cathedral sugget-,d to Galileo ti.e
application of the pendulum.
Tim art of lithographing was perfect
ed through silage t:oiis made by acci
dent. A poor musician was curious to
know whether mu-r; eouid be i tche I
up"ii stone :n weil as copper. After hi;
had prepared hiss!:;!), his mother asked
him to m:ike a memorandum of such
clothes as si.e proposed to send away to
be washed. Haing no pen, ink or
paper convenient, he wrote the list on
the stomi. intending to copy it at leisure.
A few days laiv-r, lvnen aoout to clean
the stone, he womterud what clioct
aeqsta fortis would have upon it. He
applied the acid, and iu a few minutes
saw the writing standing out in relief.
The next step necessary was simply to
ink the stone and take off an impres
sion. The composition of which printing
rollers are made was discovered by a
Salopian printer. Not "being able to
find the pelt-ball, he inked the type with
a pieea of soft glue which had fallen out
of a glue-pot. it spell an excellent
substitute that after mixing molasses
with the glue, to give the mass proper
consistency, the old pelt-ball was entire
The shop of a Dublin tobacconist, by
the name of Lund . f ot, was destroyed
by lire. While he was gazing dolefully
into tJ;s smouldering ruins, he noticed
that his jiooref neighbors were g ther
ing the suuff from canisters. He
tested the snuff for himself, and discov
ered that the lire had largely improved
its pungency and aroma. It was a hint
worth profiling by. He secured another
shop, built a lot of ovens, subjected the
snuff to a heating process, gave the
brand a particular name, and in a few
years became rich through an accident
which he at first thought" had complete
ly rim'd him.
A Perfectly Lordy Philosophy.
A few dnvs ago a Boston girl who had
been attendingthe Heboid of Philosophy
at Concord arrived in Urook'.yn on a
visit to a seminary chum. After can
vassing thoroughly the fun and guru
drops that made up ti-eir education in
the seat of learning at which their early
scholastic efforts were made, the Brook
lyn girl began to inquire into the nature
of the Concord ent- rtaiiintent.
'And so you are taking le-sons in
philosophy, How do you like it?''
"Oh! it's pert.Uy lovely. It's about
science, you know, and we all just dote
"It roust be nice. What is it about?"
It's about molecules 3 much as any
anything else, and molecules are just
too a'vfubv nice '
iinvf l.mg. If there s
anything I really en.iov. i 's molecules."
"Teil me ai;i; ii:e:a, my tlear.
What are molecules?''
"O, molecules. They are little wee
things and it takes ever so many of
them. They are splendid things! Do
you kooie. there i-n't afyt .i.ig but
what's got ucii.:c:i:cs in it? And Mr.
Cook is just as swix-t a he j';sn be, and
Mr. L'merson, too. They e.sj.kij'id
everything so bi'autifu'ly."
Jfow I'll like to go there!" said the
prooh'.yit girl, e:ivi.;u-!y.
"You'll enjoy i: I'ti-r i-'O nv.ieh. They
teach protop asm, l o, and if there is
one thing perfectly heavenly it's proto.
plasm. 1 really don't know which J
like best. proio;d:is:n or molecules."
"Tell me about proti phi-stn. I knor
I should adore it."
"Deed you would. It's ju-ttoo sweet
to live. You know it's about how things
get started, or some thing of that kind.
You ought to hear Mr Emerson tell
about it! It w ould stir your very soul.
The first time he explained about proto
plasm there wasn't a dry eye in tho
house. We named our hats after him.
Thjs is an Emerson hat. You see the
ribbon is drawn over the crown ami
caught with a buckie and a bunch :f
flow ers. Then you t urn up i side wit !i
a spray of forget-me-nots. Ain't it ju.
too sweet? All the girls in the school
And Mr. Cook! You should hear him
go on. This scarf is tiie Cook scarf.
All tho girls wear them, and we' named
them alter hint jit-d on account of the
interest he takes in d:d.-:;iii;ation."
"What is it anyway?''
"This is mud trimmed with Lanque
doe lace "
'I don't mean that-that other."
"Oh! diiVerdL'tititiou! ain't it sweet?
It's got something to do with species.
And we learn all about ascicnai, p.
I'm absolutely enraptured with as
cidians. If I only had an ascidian of
my own, I wouldn't ak anything else
What do they 1 ok ,k. dear? Did
you ever see one? ' sh.-J the Itrookija
girl, dei ply intere-: d.
Oil. no. nobody ever saw one ex
cept Mr, Cook and Mr. Emerson, but
they are something liiie an ov-ster with
a rciiicule huug on it -j belt, 1 think
they are ju-t heavenly,"
Do vou iearn s.uv;Linj sLmJ besides
"Oh. yc. We 1 we learn all about
com.noti phiio-wp!ty and logic, and
those co:m:iio:i things like metaphysics,
but the g:: is ,hm"t care anything about
lh.ie. We are j'.tst in ee-tacies over
i'.!l'erentiMi a and molecule, aud Mr.
Cook, and pr.jtopiasiiis and ascidians,
ami Mr. Ihiiors-n. end I ready don't
see why ihcy jut in those vulgar
brane-iest. if anyi .!y beside Mr. Cook
mill Mr. Eiiji-isoii had done it w e should
have told hiiii to his face tiiat he was
too horribly, avvi'u ly mean."
And the Ii -ooklyn girl went to be.I
that night in the stumps because fortune
Lad n tl Voucl.sa'cd her the advantages
enjoyed by her friend, while the lio.stou
girl creamed of seeing an achiian -r.a.
ir.g & molecule over a liillereuiated
La--k fence with a club, for telL-enr
5s voucgest sisteiVh
THE SUN FOR 1881:
Everybody reads The Sun. Iu the edition .f
iiriaer tlirungliuul the year to con:
everybody U1 linrt :
I. All the noriil's cers. so presented Hint the
reader ill ftt Hie (jr-alest aiaounl if iiUoruia
;e.)ii null tue Iviist unprolii.il'iH eicii, ere of
liiii" and eyesitit. liieMini l'juy ay liiseuv
e ted tut ptulden meaii between reilaiulaiit ful
ue!8 and uuxatilactry bretiiy.
It. Much of tat sri of news which (tepeuits
Iris upmi its reeui:uued lnirtaiice than Uhii
its interest to inankind. Frum inoriiiiig t
iiiiiniiui; The Sun prints a cuiuiiuied fturv el
: lie lives ot real men and women, and of Iheir
Ji'iIh. phiiic. loves 1 ate.s. mid troubles. This
sloiy is mure varied and mure interesting than
any romance that was ever devised.
Hi. (iiHid writ iiit; In eveiy troltiiiiu. and fresh-iie-s;
oiijonalily. accuracy. "and decorum iu the
treatment ef evtry subject
IV. Honest connie-nt. The Sun's habit Is to
sp-ak out learlev-ly about ii-.eo and tilings.
V. Equal candor iu dealing wnh each lailiii
eal party, and ripial readiness to c-ouinu nd
what if praisuortuy or to rebuke what Is blam-.lolt-
iu ii tnoerat or Itepubiiean.
VI Absolute indepentleiii-e of p-c'.rils:in .r
uaiiiatioiis, but unwavering !oya:ly the trae
t-iniM-ratit- pnneiiilrs. 'lhe Mui believes that
.ie I.eveinniel.t which t!te foil Mitiition irives
is a i"'O.I one to Krt-p. Its hoiioti .! uu; is
.0 resist to its utmost power tin; cilorts of ineu
tit the Kt putnieaii aiiy to set up another lorai
f toverijiiitfiit in pi:tte t'l lhaL wliit-li exists.
The year Isst and tne year iinmediuu-iv feliew
int: wiil iirohably deeide this Huprriiieiy impoi
lant eontest. T he Sun believes that the vieto
ry will be w ith the people as auainst the Kiiips
for niouopbly. the Itinj; for iiitindi-r, aut1 the
Kings for imierial per.
Our terinn arc as fallows :
Hor the laily Sun. a lour pa.'e sheet of
Iwenty-eiElit columns, the pi iee bv mail, ptt
ia:d. is .V t-eiilr a monl li, or . ..'0 a year; or,
itieliuiinjr tiie Sunday paper, an eif;iit-pa'e
sheet of fifty fix columns, the price is 65 cenis
a month, or ST.7U a year postage paid.
'I he Suuday edition of The Sua in also fur
nished separately at jM.si a year, potauc p:t:d.
The puce of lhe Wet-kly Sun. eiiiht pajres-,
filty-fix eoliuniiN. is ?l a year postage paid.
I "or eiiiiis of ten S"ndim; sia e will send an
'Xtr: eopv free. Address 1. XV. Kn;i.m.
Kirt rub isher of Tne Sun, 'ew oi k l.iy.
TROY CITY LAUNDRY.
i'Ij at is.?! it ii. i:n4
All ei.b rs proiiiptiy a tended to, ai reason
able charges. lout
I. IJ Silj! .4,
south i:i:sTi), Ni-:ii
ItXUOS, PAINTS. OlL, JiTC. .
FLOUR A1TD GROCERIES
. ill Jjeiifl al.
!r !arl!i:l; i; i,'si a 1 i v.ci W.i: I hyi(-;:::i ;.ntl
can aiw-iys le f..,;.I i-.t his i!;t':; c la
lhe t;.i! ; Stow.
Special attention pal 1 to
OBs.T ERICA h CAS ICS. 5i 1 us
Stii-ei t-or to Sauk lii;cii n n:s.
2 IN WA RE, :S HEEL' IRON, Zl S C
At the old Maud opposite tin; new Hotel.
taking & Rerjalriii Done.
K' V, MatliQ Ws,
Hardware, Cdtlcry, Kails,
lioFi, Wajoti stoili,
STOVLS and T1X-WAKE,
Iron, WoCiJ Stork, Pumps,
FIELD d- GARDEN nEEDS. ROPE,
AND ALL KINDS OF SHEET
IRON WORE, Kept in Slo.-k.
Maliii'!,' mi tl.'ES-iai ring",
NEATNESS & DISPATCH.
AU Work Warr'ntcd.
"ROBERT" DO R NELLY' lT
H'".1U!I, Jia'hinc and Plow rc-
paii lit, and (jtnrial jiibbiuy j
1 fiM now nif:iivtl to i! itii i-.ii:.' :.f r.-.y:Miii;
of tarin tuitl titlit'r iisui'liiiicry, :;s ti.intr ;
U :i sj'totl latUt in inv shuij. i
PETER HAD EN. I
The old Reliable Waon Maker
Iisti) o'.uilue of tilt' vt:!m siit.!. !
lip is wi-M !,fi:M'. !i ;ts :i
.;i. i workman.
I lll SlMi, !
! ' 1 "
fcll ii J-4e '
M.-HA, CWJNCiL CLU.rr&. N3.rAir:. ClTV
or KLITi.'i'i'.UTH o
W li l
llnoagh Sieepiug Car Lines
x:-:v yrti:K. i-.os;o. rmi.Aiiia.rniA,
I'AI.TIMOUK. W A .SM I N t i I i ) N" ,
AND ALL EASTERN' CITIES.
y.Vie Sliort JLLru
V s f tO'-IA for
iyni.iXAi'ous. LOL'isru.u:. ciyci.x-
y.d Tl. "'. nil K't'i's in th
W!:t I rii t-I I tn. in 1 1 ii it.- ;t-r i
I'MON J ; 11 1 i": Willi 'lliiniili t
I.inrs lor oil pttiitls Hlil 'j'rl.
Tltf SiioruM. S-c.-tiifsl ainl nsts!
vi. HNN'ISAL tj
-- tr i. i..".V"'.'.T. DALLAS
.'. : s7 .I . v.". V A TO.".' ft. t'-A
. -.i'.f in ti e
St tliiiii; ';ir
;...it o ;:,ltiliij
:.t,f. r-'.frv i,ar- I i.i.-k ki .:--riiT
r-i':-;ia;-u, f,iiii.nt-. .v.l a i r.rir On.tl I r-ii:..r
t. .1 i'tttt,'fi-i' i.t. ii::ii;i's tills, ah'iV :t.l cli:.-: s, ;
fi.i i;ivoi lit IN-iilP In lint I
t..tvr, httT"l'll K JsairTSI-IiAST. i
TrY" IT. and jmi wiM lintl 'l A V 1X1 NG i. ;
urv fLs".i;;-j nf a Dibt:t.iiuit. )
AH iufcrmatlno sba-.it ll:tts of Fare. .slt-;t- J
nut :ir Act'ttiimititlatiaiiS. aut Tune Titliltf. 1
will be cLctilully giveu by itpii's iu to j
James II. YTood,
Genera" 'u..fi!j;er g't, C'liicaa. j
. . L. M . t I'i. -
TlSM fc.. ! ti.
r; s f'i $ Jf-Ki -f A
W. D. JONES, -
Suecemor to Jones Si Agnew "
Again takes tftarye of the Obi
firth I iiinnir kinh n
FL.1TTS510LTH, - - KEBKASKA.
i ne eid isotiner stanies. in riattsinoutli, ai
bow )earl by W. 1. Jones, atul he lea
on hand New and haudsome accommodations,
iu the sliaive of
HOUSES. CARRIAGES, BUGGIES,
I am now prepared to keep HORSES
FOR SALE TRADE!
Aud w -ill
Train and Break Colts
On Reasonable Terms.
That witli plenty of room (that (rvery niii
knows I hae) il. my vtahh'. I can pet rami
er" stock nud wagons, loat ? of hav, fie., uiitier
cover, wliwc they w:llkeepdrv.
Tuai.Ki ia a!l th old patrons for their liberali
ty. 1 solicit their tratle for i lie future, 'is!iei
lb .t I can accommodate them better and da
beltei by tlieni I han ever before.
V IV JONES.
J I . s.
3 . '
, I tic.
i lit 'l
... -..-f.t- .'-tc'.J 1-tir find
alih at.! lio'rer
i I tre ,t i t i. 1. il i tavuGys.-pwj, Keid-J
t'si-Iw. t:' t.im, c -jur'-tijiti, tiuv,el, K.tney2
Jor ."v r t - ij.-.V:r. r.r l yo'J ltei-d a irtod ttiiu-j
r ; to e.;. 'Vj ;e is )-:st tt3 u-.'.d
nr..: itj-t.; : i. -: tiO t...-..: t3 can ityn eitt
J'-.'l - 'J, . I. 1. t l.iuUtU Uljta Uk
viL-j: . :j i.-et r-.?.-- r j.i?..-::,i.i:ti;.
ii v.ei e..? ty OTiUi-.j t.Tr.y r. ith Con
"i - i , rfp? Ki..:.QtTv'. ii' veil I. .eve a F.-iniu
iCfc:.' h t-r :!'.-1 CciJ, i i':ir3'ti t.i::ei:n Tonic
i-tiii t. v lK'ti rou. H tr-.vis ii.-w l.a nn.
vt r l i tiie fo, ill j r.nd rrred, tod a ccrfcun;
rsnre Z.if l.-iotsr.-i-t.-.m End Lr.olera l..rjciui.i.
fit Iii I'-vesJ Hnadrc.' cf Lire; It Bay
E If ytrn r.rn foeiiif fiusonihio don't wr.it until
f Toa aits tiov.-a 1-KK, Mil us-4 mo iosk: lomty.
N maiUtr v.-iityouriMwrt"ii-"iflMi'
IK, it. w.:l eivo i:rv'i.it.t rclitf.
fa ruji drink but tie Best and Put-tat fa;ni!y
Itmt intHT I 1 a;;ker a uiNonn io:.rc is not
M dinns tsver r.iaite. rnflwunai ti py a npw
proocss, an.l "ntirely ci:i!oreiit 1mm
iCTnt-r preparations anti an oiiicr ionics, iryj
a soc bottle, i our orugsist caa si:ipiy you.
pASiitn'S HSR BALSAM
Tha Ki-nt'cnd (tlnst Erpnoinlral Itiir Drettslu;
exquisitely x1"121! an' P.1"1.1 It--'-ls.
Will Alway Itcitore Cray pr F;!; d Jli
to lis c-iiir.al youthfiJ 'pr-n-r.tt. -,r,i (J
wanantrd to cp CiUcg, ii growth anj
pRyentbatdiKst . ...
A kw applications ct tne ust-sn-i wi i sonci
hair, drant .U dandrnff and cttrr itching and hu-
uilo. "jJC, oii tcUlS
" . i ii r o v -nrrTio v,
.:. ? i': ; ' fail T,
Altl.'utigti 'I.ectluii l iict wo rit iiiit i ii1..'' vs-iiin ;:t .!!, Ity .-i ici pcl.ot.
OU WILL FIND AT F.S. WHITES oNE or THE. LARGEST AND
RRST STOCKS (F COOPS, OF A LL KINDS IN THE T.YN.
-9.Ts JT r slsr-i. f sf-p .-? - . OSS
V.- rf. 'f .--'Uu U S V ti"-ai Tt- iiUC-i f-: ' -. Sv.
T!;t hit -; 3 ft - r ; V:iU'f Apph-s tVtr s.-ttf. -Ovit '20 1 Hun Is h'.hvii iVIl.-t .
Potatoes by the Car-lo'fid, PEACH BLOW?.
C.-1.S7 PAID FOR HIDES FIT RS, TALLOW. dC. at
J St W II ITU'S.
PLATTSM0UTH. KERR ASK A.
t-H--"..1 .C -..! '.
I f"! "j ' -
L-J . 1 .-"
Ikfiiiv.rs--tr-.i'i t:-t f'-r;
p M i p r r: r- :rt -:
,.s. '"v:rl ::-:. ::
-on l -U :.. i
IV I. .wa . .i v,
1. i:k t" is,- cy
J unot. -n to I't-v.ir.l:ii:-
iilt ; Kt'iki: to 1- r.r.t
Innspnrt, l:K.t .ft. ,,r
Nwtn to M"i.r l-
Avora to Ilitr'itii. .t- !
Raiiroad, ::iv;t rti-.
line from ( liur..o ini. '.tr :-r .;
'i'l.ro;li E:re-s i'.i'- r!
man I'ulace uruiun !it i.ai;.
w. -prntijirAiio aui Ir.-:i!
Cocti. b:rFS, Lt.W u . r : r, t
POX." Turij'.iUrftfrt.'i r.-'-T'-ir r.t :-.
fc?e en l Kr. v . t:.-- "Mti
K'if k iln I &tiort i. .;' "
equippetl. Im rr.n-i iis-i ;.- su r!r ;
tntcK is :aii tr n.a sv i
What wiil pi;i9 y a 1-1 ? ;t lf tt
of enjiiyin y :r mvtt-. vrii::? s '
yjiilaJ M-:n. 01 liini ! : l i.
Ihroucu i --. jr.!,... i . t:f:
meal, us po4 i1 tvI :.t .:.: lari.-'
furTeniy-rivo ?t nt?.
ApprKi!i(in ti: :-ct t!vl r ": "
people prefer ac.initv uvrti t cu.- :
cf Una l;ne warraaiiiie u u ar.- t ; i
t-rco tiiut tin? OnuTH;i:y r - ' '
fy&fint) Cars lorsJccpiur iri--, a
Ticket vU tUU a,lnt-, un"n i-'
ftU Ticket Amenta In ne t.i-;ci 'i lr
For lnforma4ia cot tvbtt4:i i-i
Ueal Suiwrutlcadeu. ,
-qA -weori" paKt nearly fu full.
-ni 'ozrji -0J ssot! iotsnooj
Si MKld Joj aII ii - ra
ri!"i ilr'o ri
Readinns! Hecitaticnsf Efacuiion!
& Wit E?Ei9il
MfllO NOW READY.q
Ti "03Ch2s!r.ii Ct.rhiladslphla.
TMl cnirr ii rntfrm wih -e SrHi-?. b! ertalr m-
c-ni-ininr He-itl'i-ritt. Oratory, fath'tn, llamors Fur.
19 pp. i'n e.o(J etRBtaiitl ire, .-uiti oy it-ks; :;it-rs.
tr cry boy ho jic if i' . .. every mfcbvr of a .ctniB
rh wants bmi(th.Tr jtt t if-i;ij. fhonld Hct tb
v ito bare Three 3' 0or'I.TAi.o.;vr 1 w
Traction and Plain Engines
la tb crlj. i I84U
tread carrn:f g cn oa tti- vur .'-".
Cnifff 'n j ; - -
nit Ti act liil Sit;' i.. '
fTreeau ;i tii-' Aii; t . ; j;:!
A mitl:itn!4t ".'-.!! f.-
f-r It l.t.vet-i' rv.fi .
ii'm wl nar.riu: iv t :ii.:' i .
Four f'.zr-i i.i s . i
CU'WltViji-r ff.t'n. nr h- ri. - -. -
r- - , -
O. F. JOHNSON,
.--IT rn i r. n
All PaBei 1111111111 FreQ Of
ALSO DEALEIl IN
:X 5 r . sTi
Prii-ript ion ("iiif fiiJIt- CfuntionnrtsJ
liy ait l;.vir i' n.-evl rrussi.-t.
r.EMFMPEi: Tin: ri.ACE.
6th ST., 2 DOpa.S SOl'TII OF MAIN
n. UT.SMOI TiT. M;n.
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w.iil 1:. ;
. vT.i. i,'ouJ' i-j'v cold 5r
Battio Croak, fVIichigan, 4
&&'Z:it:Grs.1'' r-Jr---Ce -sSe'
: w - . v.- "- - - - ' - W lUf
o . Wliit."
yrocen & yrv
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HOTEL. CITY HOTEL
First cli-.j.H I.orip:inK Rooms.
Eirst Class itourding.
ttthid Sample Itoom
- ' Every thin?; and every comfort
A (Jootl Iloicl can Furni h
Also, Good Wines, (Jr.od Beer. Good Llrjuo S
Oood Eemonade. (iootl Clsan,
Kept at tho Citj flotol.
Uly EKED. COOS. Proprietor
Ji'sr iri:xEr. ahain.
Nar, Clean, First Class jI fat Shop,
onMain Street ("oii:t r of Ml . i'hittsrnoutli
Evciyi-ody on haiit! for fresh, tcntit-i meat.
DR. BUTTS' 5?
tstaUishsi 1S17 it 12 IT. S:h Street, Sr. IXw.
THE Pbyctctam .a rbxrr of ti n c! I ir.l ri! Lv n .
lution arc rcf ular gi a.!ufc in niftiic.tt -i tt:fvr . tr
Of Eipertr in trc treftur i ol 4 brwotr I m. t o
(heir tkill nJ ability to buch turiur to t'.tt r-i i r i ;
prcllUOBr, that to ha acJirrd a i. itiwt,! rtt.ut-ti.ti
ifarwuf h (hrrr ( eitmrnt nf coi-l'.-it i r .r.
WU1$C KETI ONwr.XPUSURE 1 ' ' ,tJ
trinor Troaoi aim !pitiruir it &TrnrKt i. i;
Uiroal kl or tralrd nil It iucrt, en tr.t.-: i - fi.-ttr
Ctptn. withmit mm Mrrcur t or Mirr t mhhh. W :,.t rm
YOU NO MEN u1 o ll?if arc kb. r iT-
Ml llll 'c-i-' C fr a V e -;! -f S; ;-r. AU
rh-a or tkut.i itt-Bf, if nik.:t 01 Mf-l k.
or czCM In matured are pr.nr.l'y ci-r, J. T U
oaae produces Mo of trie !o law.uf ert. ri t m . u t.M t,
iixtneM, nervMuanttSt Omtim cf ai.''t. c -u.! . i: - s. t.n.
onnaltpaiina. depo:dr;.ry, Corfu!"- ti i.V ., ,tn m
Cwty, dffrctiv cteoicrr, m-kuiI mv."i mil :-!-( rr Im
of niir Iv whfhwMir.i. -,f ri..-c ... un -arc. I
PATIENTS TREATED -'J1-"''-1 1
iart.,1 ,.i;7: V -,-r-T1 .,.. -;;..; i , .... ;
rd. Li' r".Mir. loiai.rrr.l tt tur '..(! :i i'. - li . j :-
nnt nis..c4 !re It xri a Mrcv. un ... !.r t
rrumi arnnff list titlflNrt tit:I.I -n ITi ir ,v
ttUhihii'tifili -mr iicLvroniiif M'. - . . j
gEST THRESHER 0?j WHSSIS
X't not a Vlhraror nor nn Apran .llnt-lttne.
Is-Si .iiid.TiuLh- Kiiji . e una a.imiraUy js-ritint in ft
thitniiitiir nJ fj't'uratiiiR- Qital:l:. Sa?ri n.1
the KraJn, and clon its It rxurty for i.inrkt-t.
lUHi castty. In cniMtr-.ictod dimtbly . ta nr:Uhcct
lJiiiiiolici-. is thrt most oconomtcal, leapt oxp1!.
Bive. and intt mllsftirtory inn chine in Iko
liiibrkct. Ulil bfeuilto uet fmtin veil ilh drv.
Kati uo equal iu tiir-wliintr a.t-J Uj!iotlty.thntia-uif-
tuitl cxauiiiif Is tih aa v-tul tnd Dt urly as mt'itiiy
as whcuaitd rquirctt no enn-pt) exoajt lliAKevea.
Hat trwr sq'iarafcrt qf g'parui:'ff t-jid denning ns.
utr. than any other viaehin made, nud cent not 6.
er.vhrvU'l. It lKtth ocr- bp:I ti n .V-r.li.st Onr
!.OVKIt III I.I.IXtJ ATTAt lliUUNT im
tt.H and very tln-ili-kt.c. lJ.x:-9 tlw wortc luoio
iv i'Vy sr 1 lH.;tc-r than bu cscluulvcly Uuilintj
Kl I'AII ITOTf.S of the rsrlo.ta rtixHyvr
S rlfn or Jhjr.e ', -r. cts "c;tt-ci.
Vn Itttrtrovrtl Pitis Io-er, en Improved
ootltttiry I'owr. r.p.l th3 i:!iirtl l nim!.
tvi-tn I't'tver. i'.U lut'iintf l t.n 1'onr whkh are
IFtru;:ifncturtl ly ait J art ujt txrpated by any
t'rt t.t, r-trlft.
V.'e nro t-'-o vtparpl to ft-.T-nlsh firet-clcda
I'ultcMs I n K ;-. T.Hh our bcparaiors.
I'or XVicc-I.'st a.'d CircKlsrt, ad'iros3
SSV'KC f.1s SASIS & CO.
2l"?:rr''"'r' f-fi!vr.ter, Mlrtit.
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C r--.tr c: I utn '.r i
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I ft- f....-,ir. l, Ixr M !rcv intl
t- a . ..j . ' '. J (-i.t. i j i- '. i L-i..'. -,(. i.t fedii, ti ttt.U. e-rim.
'TKt PRIVATE rS!CICU ADVISER"
v- sw.iia. CatoriiiLL-a, (.-'.. i i :.vii e. V nrr
C ' &c. a 15 f K.ir.x si : l.c-, fctir.pl Ptb'i'.ty,
i I- OU't H Vi f i :i l: :-.' i .t 1 J . '."ml, c-i-tin
Br I. .K . f ih. A .i&-.i.T ;-. r .-..:- 1ju
wi-is: ii; L. : -' i: . ' ;.. . .-n l -..'v.. n.:.-.-, w.
f t il. . i i'.i ( .iVi.'t !(. J. Li. - '.It! li' (!'!, i. vil-i
fta.i'.-Jt-;i4V-jV I" ti ittcr-Jti I xvki.i
i. ?.vt 'i.t. r i l j. i:rv a: nrr
..v.- lit--.. 'I " C :it.:.. J v.'1'- I:. i l.li.r!y V c B:,
tf;-.ur M-;.r.ii P a i .''i-t.iJ. 'I e au,!r an expri
.r. J , .'-. ii r n r v-jri :rt rc (mi ti k:.;ir,
n s. v- 'I r.u f. r t- . , !5 -i mn. 'il tr f i' ) of
f- .i'. t. . il. . t 'tj.i-m.. ila 'vjimh. rt. rr- -a,
"y -: '' a f ! v V, t t- l-d ! " 11 J A,-F.
r r - , - ! . . ftir. t i.-k. u im - yra. at fm Lhm.X.
C- , " ' v ' ' ' r:- f 5 ' w p $ r? y
it rv -r Ui.-
02 " E r f lrc! r'"-!ne Outfit.
tCff Ji PtlF" A com; tput lti-it,.i n-an in each
i je lt i 1 Ca'sJ c - - .) .11 I c L. s. Iu m.t i.
: Any. u, ..f i
f tl ; i;-f..- t v ': -r t v IO; t rr...!,l.i.
Q N. i
Ar'JTfjT4." ?fii-:-. ..::f!:vTf(:r(.f
r j 3 1-
It :vt ia va
"' c- rt-coDimcr,a Cartcr'ti Iron rill-, t.t m :y
v : v n v.!io,s V. ciil:, Ncrvonf, T"w;.rn. t :
; :t.r.r tl.t-.se who tsvo Tl:in, IVia J.i.a,
Loltl Ii:itia unci Fct t, mul tW rrc vtM.ont
Myt-nili or An.l.:liGn. J l.r o V:'.'.:' ;f:ft lb
Xorves. pn-e Sin i:(.-1h to tin; IWy, V.'.uce J
f n-h!i:tr S'tvp. Fi'.irh null Iiff.rtjrc tlic tjtisiUy
ct I'lo.-'O, aiitl l'r.ri'v- i'it1 I'l iti ifi) lhe Cu:;i-
t ; t -,- ttira rn:i i! t':. it f l!:o llpa:t.
v.ii;;-p. Trr;:,'i:iii;. rvotis IK-atiaclie,
of tM-nwie r.viMis. JJ : n- x.xU v U.ut Iron is j
i ; al touv. t :i Kt i Jroii I-.iIh srealo vIu
i'!e f-Pti'.'Ti . ho h; ttvuM til with Nfivrme
'. i; ..:::-. N.! Su: t, r. In roetai bores.
.V; re: i-, io.tl cU ciMifTint, or scut by
CA HEn fjtEDtCli.E CO.,
New York City.
HERE! fDS fcr S. cU,
.0 ta: ..ti. t .
i: :.'-r . 1 ! .. n V' : 1 !: : . ' t.p Otw.f ; i (.tie Ei.rr:.
r- i; fit p,;.r; 1 i.O tlouh that fwrrT
(;" ; Ail t-'.jt frtVlyiV"U. -tam tor. A JJ.t.
I - .."I I. I.
1 Wtl lenl I .,lv-r.r,iil.-l
t wnrf faK.V'
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AGEXTS FOR TIIE CELEIilJATED LEAVEXWOKTII
Cash Paid for Butter and Eg&zit
Hera "Wfl sTfl wif.Ti
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BLANKETS. COMFORTS, SHAWLS, SKIRTS. IIO'IF. FLANNEL., 4000
CASSniElil'S, JEANS. VALISES. PJ'FSS, aOOD. R F ' NG:. f M j
HI li HONS, LA CES, CARPETS, FLOOR OIL CLOTH. JIA7 TINGS fto oW
irAVH SIA DPS and FIATCRRs, ;' . l r
ECOTS, 5I3:OJI!3 .Isl'ID ABCTIC3
ir-Hats, Clips, and Hood?..- "
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IMUCES TO SUI T l-:V!":!iV!:oiV
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ULOYKS if- M IT V ENS TO FIT R V E!l !'' '') Y. !.: i,i S' a- ,;.:;
Also the best .Select Stock of strictly fL-sl-chi-,. r
ccriosf CaniK'vl anil Dried Fruit:-.. To'iae-o-, Omocii
ware atul (Ilasware in the City. All of which wv
i:trantee to sell as low a anybody.
to close Cah Buyers, ami Ar Iare ijtinnt itic;.
S;.S. MAIN STUEET.
The Old. H.slia"b2e !
GRKATKK I'.Ah'C A INS THAN KV I'M.
We !how the largest ana best --elected stock of
Soots, &lso49 HEzzt h9 sipw9
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. emmt all JPrl jLHf-dr--;
by 1 per eessEc
Call at the Philadelphia Slo-v, make your Pur. li i.-i.-s,
and you 'will be hapjiv
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STAPLE and PA1TCY DRY GOODS.
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Higksst Market Pries Paid for Choice Baiter and Country Produce
idfNo Better FLOUR any wliere..
Kiiit in full -tor!
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f"Moiiy Rrunslr In nil wirrc
Our Motto is t:Live and Let Live."
Call znd See fis. --iVilil'ni. m,.,,-,
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TO 'GIVE THEM A CALL.
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K. BAKER & CO.
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