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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY OCTOBER 4 , 1881
Laud Leaguers Displeased witli
tlie American Gratitude to
Queen Victoria ,
A Hitch iu the Franco-English
Two or Three'Million'Dollars
Made in the iLlverpool
APorbion of the Swiss Town of
Ryon Burned by an In
How the Jews Have Brought
Trouble on Themselves
The Emperor William Greatly
Plonnod with the Yorlctown
SpccW Ciblo to The Now York Herald.
LOXDON , October 1. The mooting
of tlio archbishops and bishops nt
Maynooth , and their exhortation to
the priests to gunrd their Hocks
ngfiinat all secret njroncicn of violence
nnd intimidation , winch cnn only como
from enemies of the pcoplo , have had
considerable ofl'oct. Tlioir declaration
that the land act is of great benefit to
the tenant class , mid entitles Sir.
Gladstone to gratitude is olio of _ the
licuvicst blows yet directed against
Air. Gladstone's policy. The action of
the prelates lu-s undoubtedly in
fluenced the league , for to-day's league
. circulars show that the sweeping con
demnation of the land act at the re
cent convention has not been followed.
Many tenants are auplyinj ; to the
commissioners irrespective of _ tlio
league , whoso weekly contributions
have suddenly fallonifrom 1,000 to ,
107. The discussion raised by Mr.
Ferguson , the Glasgow homerulor ,
respecting tlio use of the funds , has
not been without effect. Tlioro in an
astounding economy of truth in Mr.
Parncll's explanation that no mem
bers have , boon paid for parliamentary
THE HUSH LAND HIM , .
The pronunciamonto of the Catho
lic hierarchy in favor of the land bill
may induce the tenants to abandon
the league und all its works , but it is
\ only fair to Mr. Parncll to say that at
the present time ho is practically king
of Connaught and Munstor. In
Ulster , as was nhown in the Tyrone
election , ho had little or no hold , the
Orange influence- being paramount ,
ai.d Loinster is too near the altar of
Archbishop McCabe to bo influenced
by the doctrines which that prolutb
never tires of denouncing. In the
other two provinces , however , the
league is almost omnipotent. Agra
rian crime , as your special dispatches
have informed you , is rife , particu
larly in Limerick and Tipporary , and
tenants are still holding out n ninst
the paymoniibf rent.
FAUHEIl SHEIUIY HAH JUST UKKN IIK-
and another priest , Father Cornray ,
of the parish of Olonbur , County Galway -
way , has just been sentenced by the
magistrates to two months' imprison
ment with hard labor for assaulting a
process-server as the latter was serv
ing him with a writ at the instance of
Lord Ardilaun's agent. The facts of
the case are not well understood hero ,
for I am not inclined to trust the re
ports published by the Dublin Mail
and other landlord papers in such a
case , still it is' pretty clear that the
priest acted hastily and without a
shadow of justification. No bettor
landlord lives than Lord Ardi-
laun ( Sir Arthur Guinness ) .
His estate at Anhford , in Connoinara ,
has cost him in improvement not only
the rent , but probably 75,000 be
sides. Indeed ho has given employ
ment to hundreds of men over since
ho consolidated the property thirteen
years ao , and has become famous
throughout Connaught as a model
landlord. Father Con way made a
great mistake in falling foul of such
a man , for assuredly the cause of the
tenant can gain nothing by an attack
upon , landlords of the stamp of Lord
Ardilaun. Mr. Parncll and his agents
are now busy collecting and
IMIK.UUNO TEST CASES
for admission to the Land Commis
sioner , and the fate of the act depends
upon the decisions rendered in these
cases by Beat-gent O'Hagan and his
colleagues. So far the commissioners
have acted in the interest of tha tenant -
ant to such an extent that the land
lords say it is a "packed court , " but
Mr. Parnell will probably bo satisfied
with nothing short of sequestration
and confiscation. The landed inter
est both in England and in Ireland is
in imminent danger , and next year
you may look for a largo emigration
of "gentlemen farmers'1 from botji
Mr. Parnoll has been very active for
the past week , Qn Sunday night
ho made a triumplml entrance into
Dublin. On Monday he addressed
the League county convention at
Maryborough , and the same niuht
was back in Dublin visiting the hos
pitals , whore there are numbers of
the people who wcro injured in the
procession ot the 'night before. On
Tuesday ho was presiding at the land
league meeting , and so on through
the week. On Sunday ho addressed
his constituents in Cork , The corpo
ration lias agreed to attend the public
reception instate. On Wednesday ho
will attend the Dungarvan landloaguo
convention. Tlioro was considerable
TUB OBJECT OP TUB 1'AKNELL
demonstration last Sunday , for Mr.
Parnoll had boon in town for weeks
jind there was no reason for making
his entry an occasion for a great ova
tion , In fact , I am informed that lie
was not out of Dublin on Sunday at
all until evening , when ho went down
to Bray and got into a return train ,
coining back to Dublin and making
his triumphal entry. The coincidence ,
however , is much commented oi | that
the demonstration as the anniversa
ry of Lord Mountmoro's ns-
sixssinntioti The most sensa
tional poinljin the dictators passage
from the fttation to the 10.13110 rooms
was at College Grcon , where the open
s'pnco was packed with people. An Mr.
Parnoll's coach passed the old house
of lords and the remnants of the par-
liamcnt building ho rose to his scat.
while the bands stopped playing and
the hurrahing multitude wan hushed
in silence. Baring his head , his figure
standing out in bold outline , amid
flickering torches of his body guard ,
I1IH OUTHTHETCIIEI ) A 1131
toward the black old parliament house
and 'cried ' in firm , ' ringing tone1 :
"Fellow-countrymen , I cannot pass
this hallowed spot without saying that
hero , whnro our parliament died , our
nation shall yet reassert her freedom. "
The efTcct was electrical , and the
shout that wont up was heard blocks
away. Many reasons are ascribed for
Mr. Parnell's remarkable bold attitude
during the past fortnight. Some be
lieve that it is real boldness ; others
that ho has information that tlio gov
ernment will not touch him , Mr.
Gladstone being himself desir
ous of bringing strong pressure
to boar on the commission to
IT TO IOWKll HKNT.
Yet others believe that Mr. Parnoli
desires to bo arrested , having carrier
the movement as far as ho thinks it
has a chance of success , and wishing
to abandon it without dishonor , be
sides strengthening the affection ol
the people for him. No great sensa
tion has been caused by the bishops
pronouncement on the land act. First ,
because the bono and sinew of the
land league docs not care what the
bishops say , and the rest are intimi
dated and afraid. Second , because
the bishops' hostility to the loaguojs
nothing now , while those ecclesiastics
who follow Archbishop Croko were
not present. 'In * the meantime
TUN AUITATIO.N JH 11KINCI KBIT UP
to fever pitch in every ( iuartor of the
country. As yet the League is im
plicitly obeyed , "better , " as United
Ireland says , "than the English law
over was or over will bo again. " Thera
is no doubt of this : that the Land
Court will either have to beggar the
landlords by heavily reducing rents or
else the League will order no rents to
be paid at all. The return of the
leaders to the field of agitation has
borne its sure fruit , as it did last
year , in an abundance of outrages.
A Dublin morning paper reads like a
chaptor'from the History of the com
mune. Column after column appears
with every doscciption of crime and
anarchy from the neighborhood of
Dublin to the most remote counties.
Sudden madness seems to have fallen
on the land , and the condition of the
country is certainly most alarming.
The character of outrages and crimes
differs from those ordinarily observed
in agrarian outrages in Ireland.
Till : LAND-LHAdUi : OlldAN.S
resent the Queen's sympathy and
friendliness for the American people
in their aflliction. One suggests that
slio has an eye on the American tariff.
United Ireland , the league's special
organ , says with shocking taste :
"Queen Victoria has ordered a week's
mourning for President Garfiold. The
American people , wo are told were
profoundly moved by the compliment.
The greatest commonwealth the world
oversaw could hardly help fooling
bigger because her majesty deigned
for seven days to put on the second
hand weeds that were bought in honor
of the last baby oj the prince of Ho-
died of the croup. "
THE EMl'llKSH ,
Special Calilo lo The New York HcralJ.
BEHLI.V , October 1. The Herald's
special says the Empress Augusta col-
bra ted , on Friday , her 70th birthday
at Baden-Baden with the Kaiser , the
crown prince and the crown princess.
The empress is still in a weak condi
tion , und will not attend any court
festivities this winter. Prince Bis
marck is at Varzin , and is ailing.
Ho has called a homeopathic
physician , Dr. Zwtngonborg ,
to reside with him for some
time. Princess Wilholm , of Prussia ,
is interestingly situated. On the con
trary , the hopes of the Crown Princess
of Austria are not to bo fulfilled.
Count Von Hatsdlold will probably re
turn as Ambassador to Constantinople.
I hoar that it is the express wish that
ho shall not bo Minister of Foreign
Affairs in Boriin on account of family
and financial relations. The members
of the family of
1IAHON VON HTEUUEN
embarked on Tuesday on board the
North Gorman steamer Herder for
Now York. All will bo in fnll uni
form. They attended norvico for the
president Monday before their de
parture. Tlio Gorman emperor is
reported to have been greatly pleased
on being informed of the American
government's invitation to the Stou-
ben family to attend the Yorktown
celebration. He not only regards it
as a further bond of amity between
the two countries , but also expressed
his gratification at this proof of Am
erica's gratitude for the services of
Gen. Stoubon to the young republic.
Ho at once granted the necessary
leaveto the officers of the family. I
huvo reason to believe that
HAUON'VON KUHLOEZIH'S : STAY
in Washington will not bo as short as
was previously reported , his presence
in Washington being deemed necessa
ry on account of negotiations respectIng -
Ing the proposed revival of naturaliza
tion mm extradition treaties between
the United States and Germany.
Prince Bismarck in to refuse a further
prolongation of former treaties , as
sorting that Germany does not enjoy
equal justice by the present provis
ions. The original treaty was nego
tiated by Baron Von Schloostor , and
ho is considered the fittest person to
THE I'ETUOIiEUM FEVER
has greatly subsided , and stocks are
going rapidly down. The confidence
of private investors is seriously
YllKDEIIIC'K HAAHE , THE ACTOll ,
sailed from Bremen on Wednesday by
the Elbe. Carl Sontag has decided t
return to America. Ho goes first to
San Francisco for a series ot repre
sentations , Mmo. Catherine Sohrott
hau accepted a New York engagement
at the Thalia theater. Mine.
Patti has engaged Miss Augusta Ho-
hcnschild M nlto lo accompany her on
her American tour. The German pa
pers say that Ilassi ia engaged to ono
of the richest and handsomest Ameri
can heiresses , Othurs say that ho is
THE CONDITION OF OCSTAVn niCIiTEU ,
the painter , is greatly improved.
Berlin papers have devoted columns
to the visit of Mr. and Mrs. Mackay ,
who have loft again for Paris.
Speculations as to the Ex
penses of the President's
[ A gossipy letter to the Troy
Times , written a few days before the
president's death , thus talks about the
payment of the expenses connected
with the president's sickness , etc. : ]
The talk yesterday afternoon at Kir.
Brown's ' cottage concerned the ques
tion of who was to pay the bills in
curred during the president's sickness.
At the time there were present several
members of the president's staff , an
army officer , and two newspaper cor
respondents. It was mentioned that
economy was onp of the presi
dent's objects in dispensing with the
services of the three physicians and
Mrs. Edson. ' 'I do think , " said the
army man present , whoso name I do
not feel at liberty to give , as the con
versation was of a half private nature ,
"that economy can bo the real rea
son , unless the president meant to bo
economical of the nation's ' money ;
for most certainly ho will not be call
ed upon to pay any of the bills. As
president ho is the chief officer of the
army , and as such entitled to surgical
and medical treatment at pub
lic expense. It is quite cor-
tainx , that ho was shot as
the head of the nation , und the na
tion should take care of him , If ho
had not been president ho would not
have incurred Guitcau's animosity.
Tlioro can bo no question as to the
alacrity with which congress would
pass an appropriation bill paying all
the expenses of jthisjunhappy affair. "
"But/ ' said a listener , "does not the
president take the risk of such dan
gers ? If Postmaster-General James
should' bo shot down to-morrow
by a disappointed applicant
for a postolllco would the
government bo expected to take cara
of him ? " "Most certainly , " was tlio
answer. "Tho postmaster general
and the president do not agree for so
much salary to allow themselves to bo
used as targets during their terms of
oflico. If a merchant's laborer gets
hurt while handling heavy boxes , it is
not usual for the man to bo turned
adrift and allowed to die. Yet the
man may have brought on the accident
by his own carelessness or want of
skill. In the president's ' case the
same argument is stronger. Ho in
curred Guitcau's animosity by doing
his duty and refusing to consider the
applications for office of a man known
to bo vicious and incompetent. The
country will bo only too glad to pay
the bill incurred. "
The amount of those bills was the
next topic discussed , and Secretary
Brown , , after figuring up for u mo
ment , estimated that the cost of the
president's illness would not bo far
short of § 250,000. The doctors , he
thought , with the exception of Barnes
and Woodward , who as army surgeons
are expected to attend the president
as part of their official duties , should
receive at least $100,000 , and perhaps
much moro if the convalescence is a
long ono , as it , is now likely to bo.
Dr. ( Royburn has been in
attendance sixty-eight days , which ,
at $100 a day , would entitle
him to § 0,800. Dr. Bliss wi'l ' prob
ably receive 825,000. Drs. Hamil
ton and Agnow'fl bills will not , it is
thought , bo moro than $15,000 apiece ,
unless the case should keep them busy
for months longer. It must bo re
membered that the professional for
tunes of all these men are made by
their connection with this case , and
there is not a surgeon in the country
who would not attend the President
day and night for months for the more
honor and reputation of the thing.
"A singular thing , " said Mr. Brown ,
"and ono which indicates the feeling
of the people in the matter , that wo
experience the greatest difficulty in
getting bills from any ono. Even per
sons who render services which are
usually paid for at once , such as furn
ishing food , carriages , medicines , in
struments , etc. , refuse to send in
their bills , and I do not know of a
single bill yet sent in for services or
goods rendered to the president dur
ing his illness.
President Garilold'a Brother.
Springfield ( Mass. ) Itupublu-an.
There was ono plain and quiet
mourner in the company of the near
est and dearest at the great funeral in
Cleveland yesterday whoso deep sorrow
row must have boon strangely mingled
with prido. Thomas Garfield , the
older brother of James , now a simple
citizen of Grand Rapids , Mich. , as ho
witnessed the marvelous demonstra
tions of respect and affection for the
late President , must have recalled
with satisfaction the days of his boy
hood , his early and long-continued
struggles to support his mother and
younger brothers and sisters , and par
ticularly the not easy sacrifices of his
own desire for education und advance
ment ; that his moro gifted brother
might have the opportunity which ho ,
too , craved. The first small wages
which Thomas earned as a boy of 10
or a dozen years , it is related , ho car
ried homo and throw in his mother's
lap , saying , "Now James can have a
pair of shoos. " Truly the greatest
lioroisms of this life are oftentimes the
simplest. Untimely as the death of
liis brother lion boon , Thoinai Garfield
must feel that in the grand achieve
ments , the noble influence , and the
world-wide appreciation of the lifo now
closed , ho has lived to roan his abund
ant reward- for those early struggles.
Noting tlio Effect * .
H. ( llbbs , of Uiiflalo , N , Y. , writes :
"Hearing your UimiMH.'K IH.OOD JJITTKUS
favorably spoken of , 1 was induced to
watch tlielr effects , Mid find that Iu
chronic diteases of tlio blood , liver and
kidney * your bittern have boon signally
imrked with success. I have used them
nyself with bust results fur torpidity of
he liver ; nii'd In the case of a frieml of
nine suffering from dropsy , the effect WM
narvoluus. " Trice 81,00 , trial elzu 10
or in c
SORE THROAT ,
' ' ! ! | JND
| EARS ,
TOOTH , EAR
All other Fains
No I'reranllcn on inrth eu > li St. JACOBS OIL > i
a sine , SURE , siuiir. incl cur.Ar Kiteml lUmeJy.
A trl l tntalli but tin comptrillvel ; trilling outUjr of
M Cixrs , mil overrent luirorlng nlth | alu can bar *
cheap and poiltha f roof of Ui cliluti.
UlltEtTIOSS IN ELSTEN
SOLD BY AIL DRUOOISTS AND OEAUXS IN MIDIGINI.
A. VOGELER & CO.
llaltitiifire. Aid. , V.3.A.
n * * CELEBRATED if X
A ff J /1\
Is reimbursed in irrcat measure to the e troubled
with ucak kldnovs , liya judicious use of Hostet-
tot't Stomach Hitters , which invigorates and
stimulates \\lthont u.xcltlni ; the urinary or
gans. In conjunction with its influence npcm
them , It correct * acidity , improves .ippetilc , and
Is in 01 cry way conducive to health and ncrvu
repose. Another marked quality la its control
o\cr fever ml ajue , and Its power of preventing
It. Ponsa'obyall Drn .lsta and Dealers gen
BAS1TZ & WELLS ,
Before removing to
OPERA HOUSE STORE
Will sell their stock of
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
AND STILL THE LION
Roar for Moores ( )
HI have adopted the Lion as n Trade Jink , and
ail my roods will bo STAMPED with the LION
ami my NAMK on thonamo. NO GOODS ARE
GENUINE WITHOUT Tll AMOVE SrAMl-S
The bent material U usotl ami the moil skillet *
\\orkmon are employed , and at the lowest cast
price. Amono wi hlira [ virlco-Ust o ( 00d nil !
confer n Uor by soudlujr ( or one ,
DAVID SMITH MOORE.
Fropnsalt ior Sewer Bonds-
Sealed pioposals will bo received until
October 'J'.lth ' , 1881 , at 12 , noon , by the
City Clerk of Omaha , county of Douglas.
State of Nebraska , and will , at Hint hour ,
be opened for the pmcha a of 8.10,000,00
if tlio ibstte of $100.000.00 of Sewer
Bond * , Firbt Scries , of the City of Omaha ,
Said bonds are dated September 1st , 1881 ,
nre in unms ot $1,000.00 each , bear interest
from their ditto at the rateof six per cen
tum per annum , jiayablo at the otlico of
Kountzo Bros , , New York , 8eml-annnally ,
upon coupons attached ; said bonds are
issued under the Charter power of said
city after election duly hold authorizing
their issue for the completion oT Sewers
partly constructed , and for the construc
tion of additional Sewers. The 850,000.00
now otfcied are the first sold of enld Bomb ,
Bldn will bo addressed to the undersigned ,
and must state ths full name and addie < m
of the liidder , the amount of said Bonds
desired , und the price proposed to bo paid.
The right Is reserved to reject any nnd
all bids. J. J. L. 0. JKWKTT ,
Bept2i-nOt. ) City Clerk.
Edward W , Simeral ,
ATTOBKEY1-AT - L1W.
Mrs. J. 0. Robertson , Plltilinn ? , ! ' . , wrltci :
WM lutTcrlutt from general dt-lillitv , ivnnt of appetite -
petite , consti | < atlon , etc. , no tlmt life was n 1mr-
ctcn ; after u. lii ? Iltmlock Dlootl Hitters I felt bet'
tcr than for j cars. I cannot praise jour Ulttvrs
too much. "
R.OIMrt. of Buffalo , If , Y. , u rites : "Your
Runlotk lllood Bitter ! " , In chronic dlv-rncKof the
Mcxxl , Ilier and khlnojs , halo been alirnallv
nmrkcil with success , lhato uicd them 111 } sell
with best results , for torpidity of the liter , and In
tweet a friend of mine suffering frcfin dropsy ,
the effect was mart clous. "
Kruco Turner , Jlochcster , N. YwrHcs"I | : have
been subject to serious disorder of the kl.lnojs. .
ami unable to attend to business ; Hurdotk Illoou
lllttcri rcllctcil me before half abottlo nag used ,
I feel confident that they tt 111 entirely cure me. "
E > A'cnlthJIall , ninglumpton , N. Y. , writes :
"I guttered ulth a dull pain through nir 'eft
lunir and sliouliler. Lost my spirits , appetite
and color , and could with difficulty keep up nil
dny. Took jour llurilock Hlood Hitters M di
rected , and hate fctt no pain since first ueck af
ter using them. "
Mr. Xoah Dates , Klmlra , N. Y. , writes : "About
fouocarsajco Ihadnnattack of biliouslevcr.and
nctcr fully rccotcrcd. Mv digeotlte organs
wcro w caltcncd , anil I would lie completely pros
tratcd fordnyg. After uslnif twobottles ol jour
Hurilcxh Wood Bitters the Improvement was so
\UIMo that t was ajtonhhcd. I ran now. though
01 > cars of age , do a fair and reasonable da > 's
C. niackct Robinson , proprietor ot Tlio Canada
Presbyterian , Toronto , Out. , writes : "ForyeaM
I stifTcrcd greatly from oft-rcuurrlng headache. 1
used jour Jturdock Hlood. Hitter * with happiest
results , and I now find mjeclf In better health
than for years past. "
MM. Wallace , Buffalo , N. Y , writes : ' ! have
used Burdock Hlood Hitters for nenous and bil <
Ilous headaches , and can recommend It to anono
requiring a cure for bllliouancas. "
Mrs. Ira Mullholland , Albany , N. Y , writes :
"For set cral years 1 hat o sufTcred from oft-recur
rlnj : billions headaches , dyspepsia , and com
plaints peculiar to my se\ . Since uslnj ; your
Burdock Blood Bitten I ain entirely relieved. "
Price , 91.00 per Bottle ; Trial Bottles 10 Cts
FOSTER , MILBUBN , & Do , , Props ,
BUFFALO , N. Y.
Sold at wholesale by Ish & McMahon and C. F.
Ooodnian. Jo 27 cod-mo
ACADEMY OP TUbl
OMAHA , NEB.
S. E. Corner 9th and Howard.
The plan of Studies Is the same as that pursued
In all the Acadcmlci of the Sacred Heart. Dif
ference in religion is no obstacle to the admis
sion ot jouny ladies. Terms : Including- Hoard ,
Washing , Tuition nnd Instrumental Music , per
session of the month * , Slf > 0. Ucferoncci nre re
quired from nil persona unltnouu to the Instltu-
tion. For further information api > ly to The
Night Kev. Bishop o Omaha , or to the Lady
Vr'ir.I , BUY AND SELL
AND ALL TRANSACTION
Pay Taxes , Bent Houses , Etc.
ir YOU WAST 10 BCY OH SEU ,
Call at Office , Room 8 , Crelghton Block , Omaha.
Established 11 Years ,
DON'T BURN !
My house and furniture Is insured with
0 , T. TAYLOR k CO. ,
( 'or Hth and Douplos.
QTHAYED From Slcrt'i ( table. Omaha , ono
O black mare , color bonier hat laded , vlgbt or
line year olJ , cliIi ; about eleven hundred , had
on saildlc in j brldlu. A reward \ \ 111 be paid lor her
return or Information leading to her recovery.
W , . OAT1IHVFort Calhouu , Neb TM.wit
LUMBER , COAL & LIME ,
On River Bank , Bet , Farnham and Douglas Sts , ,
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
Wo desire to call the special attention ot the trade to our
elegant lines ( at BOTTOM PRICES ) of Underwear , Cardigan
Jackets and Scarfs , Buck Gloves , Overshirts , Overalls
Hosiery , &c. , now open. Wholesale only.
SHREVE , JARVIS & CO. ,
Corner Fourteenth and Dodge Sts ,
ISH & McMAHON ,
1406 DOUGLAS STREET , MAHA , NEU.
The Only Exclusive Wholesale Drug House in Nebraska
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO MAILORDERS.
WHOLESALE GROCER ,
1213 Farnham St. , Omaha , Neb.
FEARON & COLE ,
Commissson Merchants ,
1121 Farnham St. , Omaha , Neb.
Consignments made us " 111 recelxe prompt attention. References : State Hank , Omaha ; Piatt
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IMPOHTEIIS AND J01111KES OF
MILLINERY & NOTIONS ,
1308 and 1310 DOUGLAS STREET.
The only exclusive wholesale house in. this line iu the \vost.
STAR STOVE POLISH 0 H
| sd ? AND $
BEAUBRUMMEL BOOT BLACKING >
Max Meyer & Go.
PISHING TACKLE , BASH BALLS , and a
FULL LINE OF NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS ,
MAX MEYER & CO. , Omaha , Ne
EDHOLM & ERIGKSON ,
-GIVE THE BABOAIXS IN ALL KINDS OF
JEWELRY , WATCHES , CLOCKS , SILVERWARE
SOLID AND PLATED WARE AND DIAMONDS.
At Prices that Suit Any Customer Who Really Wishes a First-
STAR TINTED SPECTACLES Ar.ai o by wMch us. jv.iy
EDHOLM. & ERIOKSON ,
THE JEWELERS , Opposite the Post Office.
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