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Volume XYIJ-Ne. 36.
LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY. OCTOBER 12, 1880
Price Twe Ceitg.
XEW AH TEBTI8EMEST8.
SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF!!
Eathven & fisher
Oirer tlielr entire-stock ei
at and below Cost, with a view 1 olscontinu elscontinu olscentinu
ingthc READY-MADE CLOTHING business,
anil devoting their attention exclusively te
CLOTHING made ptemptly te order, and
satisfaction in all cased guaranteed. A select
line of Cleths; Ciu-feimcrcs, Worsteds, Coatings,
Suitings. Cheviots. Meltons, Overceatings,
Vesting., &c.,nlwavs en haitil and orders re
spectfully .solicited. Alse, a general line of
Merchant Tailors and Drapers,
Ne. 101 North Queen .St., Lancaster, l'a.
SPECIAL The,e in want et Keady-Made
Clothing will ceiibult their own interest by
giving them a call before purchasing else
where, as their Clothing arc mainly of their
own manufacture and hiib-tnntinlly made.
MONDAY, OCTOBER lltli, 1880.
A Cemplet'1 Mede el
which for elegance cannot bu surpassed. Tlic
Largest Assortment et
ENGLISH AMD SCOTCH
in this city, Prices as low as the lowest ut
Ne. 51 North Queen Street.
We have new leidv ter -ale an Iinmeice
Fall and Winter,
which aie Cut and Trltumed in lh: Latest
Mie. We can iv you a
GOOD STYLISH SUIT
AS LOW AS $10.00.
In great variety, niadi: te ei tier at short notice
ut the lowest price.
D. B. Hostetter & Seu,
24 CENTRE SQUARE,
1 SSO 1 sse
The meit attractive and Recherche Line of
Londen anQ New Yerk
OPEN THIS DAY -AT
SM ALI NG'S
THE ARTIST TAILOR,
121 N. QUEEN STREET,
MRS. C. LILLER,
Manufacturer and Dealer In Ilair Werk, Gents,
Wigs. Combings straightened and made te or
der. Hair Jewelry of all kinds made up. Alse,
Kid Gloves and Feathers cleaned and dyed, at
Nes. 2 and 227 North Queen street, four doers
above P. R. XL Depot. el-3md
Opened this day a large stock of the above
goods, te which special attention is invited.
Silk and Cotten Yelvets
FOR TRIMMING AND SKIRTS.
BLACK AND COLORED SATINS
FOR TRIMMING, &c.
Black ami Colored Cashmeres.
We have all the above goods in lull supply,
and te be sold at our usual Lew Prices.
Next Doer te the Court Heuse.
J. B. lartin & Ge.
New elfei mg special value in
special wu.ri: IN
BLANKETS, FLANNELS, UN
DERWEAR AND HOSIERY.
Wonie dally opening New Designs in
Cerner West King and Prince Streets
HAGER & BROTHER
have new open the latcM neveltie- in Trench,
Engli-h and American
FRENCH PLAIDS, HANDKERCHIEFS,
SUITINGS, SIDE RANDS, CASHMERE
FOULE, MOMIE CLOTHS, FLAN
NEL SUITINGS, &c, Ac.
Cloaks! Cloaks !
Have just received from New Yerk Import
ers a line of Cloaks, Delmans and Jackets in
the Latest Style for Ladies and Mis-es.
lilnck and Celers, Plain and
Fancy, in Large
5Ve invite examination.
TiARGAINS FOR EVERYBODY.
RARE CHANCE IN CARPETS.
Positive sale te Reduce Stock et
6,000 Yards Brussels Carpets,
AT AND BELOW COST.
Call and satisfy yourself. Alse, Ingrain, Rag
and Chain Carpctsinalmestcndless variety .at
H. S. SHIRK'S
203 WEST KING STREET,
HENRY A. BILKY
Attorney and Counscller-at-Law
21 Park Rew. New Yerk.
Collections made in all parts of the United
Slates, and a general legal business transacted
Refers by permission te Steinman A Hensee
J. B. Mil & CO.,
Ne.l59J NORTH QUEEN STREET, near P. H.
R. Depot, Lancaster, Pa. Geld, Silver and
Nickel-cased Watches, Chains, Clocks, 4c.
Agent ler the celebrated Pantascepic Specta
cles and Eye-Glasscs. Repairing a specialty,
SPECIAL ORDERS FOR
Receive most careful attention.
DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES SUBMITTED
B. F. BOWMAN,
106 EAST KING STREET,
Ware, at Reason
Casters, &c., &c
Ne. 20 East King Street, Lancaster, l'a.
In. rich Silver.
In Elegant Plated Ware-
In .Fine Diamonds.
In Foreign Fancy Goods.
In Decorated Porcelains,
In Great Variety,
Te Suit Every Taste,
At Very Lew Prices.
BAILEY, BANKS & BULB,
.IEWELERS, SILVERSMITHS, IMPORTERS,
12TH AND CHESTNUT STS.,
ri TRUSSES !
L Sulfcrcrs 1
TRUSSES ! ! TRUSSES ! ! t
lrem Kunturc will tlndthc safest:
eaiieit and cheapest Trusses in the world en
exhibition and ter sale bv
ANDREW G.'FREY, Druggist,
Cor. N. Queen and Orange Sts, Lancaster, Pa.
Call and sec.
Alse, the only sure cure for Piles,
FREY'S UNIVERSAL PILE SUPPOSITORY.
Never tail. Price. Mlc. and 7."c. a boy.
ULL'S DRUG STORi:.
selfute of line
DIRECTIONS FOR USING WITH
ret: MLK AT
HULLS DRUG STORE
Ne. 15 WEST KINO STREET,
All in want of Fine or Fancy Cabinet Werk
would de well te call and examine specimens
et our work.
OFFICE FURMTUKE A SPECIALTY.
15 East Ring Street.
-nj-HOLCSALC AND RETAIL.
Ne. 227 NORTH PRINCE
TUESDAY EVENING, OCT. 12, 1880.
A MONSTER DEMOCRATIC DEM
ONSTRATION. Over 1,100 Persons In the Parade and Fully
2,000 at the Meeting.
The Democratic meeting at Mountville
last night was a grand success in point of
attendance and enthusiasm ; and whether
as an ovation te Cel. Ferney, the guest
aud orator of the evening, or an outburst
of popular enthusiasm, it confessedly far
excelled the expectation of its managers
and proved one of the finest demonstra
tions ever seen in that section.
The stand was erected at the east end of
Jehn Yohn's hotel, and was handsomely
decorated with flags, portraits of Hancock
and English and a beautiful arrangement
of laurel and evergreen. Early in the
evening the people began te congregate
around it and knots gathered in the streets.
The Democratic residents brilliantly il
luminated their residences and marshals
gaily dressed could be seen riding hither
and thither. At 11 p. m. a special train
brought down ever 300 uniformed mem
bers of the II. 31. North marching clubs of
Columbia, 173 from Marietta and 3Iaj town,
and a large number in citizens' dress.
Then about 100 members of the Lancaster
clubs, accompanied by the Glee Club, ar
rived in omnibuses and private convey
ances, and the delegations began te roll in
from Washington borough, 73 strong, Mil
lersville, Rohrcrstewi,, Landisvillc, Iron Iren
ville, Silver Springs and surrounding coun
try. Thcre was a brilliant display of fire
works and at 8 o'clock promptly the line
began te be formed, Jehn S. Hoever mar
shaling the footmen and I. II. KaulTman
taking charge of the horsemen. When
fully organized the line of parade made a
beautiful display and Lumbered well-nigh
a thousand men. It marched westward
through the town, down te the railroad
and past Mr. I. II. KaulTman' 8 residence,
which was brilliantly lighted up, back te
the village and down te Khtgh's, counter
marching through the village and up into
the northern part of it and around te the
mein effnnf tfliertticeiiwr ff flirt unnnb-m-u'
A4u kibvvvy ?iiii7if iiv tit- ii'vimvie
The foimatien of the line was as fellows
by close and accurate count :
Formation of Line .
Lancaster Staff Officers J. K. Metzgcr,
Gee. McNabb and David Winters,
in full uniform.
Lancaster Delegation 128 men.
11. M North Club, of Columbia "02 men
fully uniformed, and S3 citizens
Sixty-four citizens of Maytown.
Marietta Hancock Legien G3 cijuiprcd
men, 12 unequipped.
Washington Club 90 equipped men, and
Iumville Delegation Ge men.
Twenty men unequipped.
Milleisville Delegation 100 men, part un
iformed. Three hundred horseman.
Total number in line, 1,181.
Officers of Parade.
The following officers were then chosen
te act as marshals, aids, &c. for the pa
Chief Marshal-.!. S. Hoever.
Aids te Chief Marshal D. Ferry, Chas.
Shepf, Clem Yelm. C. C. Fralich, Adam
Marshal of Herse Delegation I. II.
Aids Ed. KaulTman, W. Wcitz, Jehn
Marshal of Feet Delegation W. Hayes
Aids Geerge Marks, Abram KaulTman,
Meanwhile and long before the parailc
had returned, the meeting, with tit least
1,000 persons in attendance, had been or
ganized by the selection of the
Officers of MeetlHg.
President Abram Cellins, of Maiictta.
Vice Presidents I. II. Kauflman, Jehn
S. Mann, S. S. Detwiler, Henry M. Wcller,
Jeseph Hoever, LcviScncr, Leenard Rcsh,
Henry Baker. Hiram Leckard, Jehn Clark,
H. M. North; G. W. Zechcr, Jehn M.
Wellcr, Levi Heidler, Gee. Mann, Abm.
Gram, Cenrad Creusc, Ames Charley
Daniel Ferry, Jehn S. Hoever, Bernard
Krcady, Jeseph Habeckcr, Cenrad
Waltz, Jehn Sheirich, Hiram
Detwiler, Henry Humphrcyvillc,
Rebert Fergusen, A. B. Kauflman, Jehn
S. Given, Ed. KaulTman, A. C. Kepler,
David Robinson, David Yohn, Abraham
Fergusen, Henry McLain, Uriah Bitzcr,
Michael Hartman, Jac. Habeckcr, Jehn
Yohn, Jacob Gamber, Jehn Reese. Jehn
Kauflman, Jehn L. Jacobs, Jehn Lutz,
Henry Mann, Jehn Miller, Jacob Marks,
Adam Dietrich, Jes. Charles, Jacob Stauf
fer, Fred. Fenstermachcr, Wm. Patten,
Samuel Styer, Adam Fishel, Gee. Morri
son, Lorenze Eckman, Jehn Rcsh, Jehn
Pentz. Selemon Zcamcr, Jehu Lawrence,
Dr. F. S. Albright, Jacob Sneath, Cel.
Jehn Barr, Cyrus Strickler, Uriah Hcitz,
Reland Brubakcr, S. P. Eby, esq., Jehn
Cramer, Martin Wcidlcr, Geerge M.
Secretaries : William Hayes Grier, Pen
rose Nissley, M. S. Moere, Wm. Clarke,
Jehn Humphrcyville, Ol B. Shcrtzer,
Jacob Fridy, Dr. Miller, Jehn Beck, Harry
Shenk, E. L. Hambright, C. C. Fralich,
Uriah KaulTman, J. B. Douglass, Jes. Mil
ler, Jehn Stall, Harry S. Grabill, Geerge
Marks, Jeseph Ceulz.
Mr. Cellins introduced W. U. Ilcnsel,
who spoke until the parade had returned
and broken ranks te allow these engaged
in it te mingle with the main meeting.
When tlius swelled te an immense gather
ing, Cel. Jehn W. Ferney was introduced
and for an hour spoke te a listening,
though enthusiastic audience, and address,
ing them in his usual happy manner, told
them why Republicans, as well as Demo
crats, of Pennsylvania, should vote for
Gen. Hancock. He was followed by B.
F. Davis, esq., in au incisive and effective
speech, and after he had concluded the
glee club and the bands entertained the
throng with music, while the displays of
fireworks and ether features of the even
ing gave much zest te the proceedings.
Throughout the evening geed order
prevailed and though many Republicans
were present and gave respectful heed te
the speeches the best of geed feeling was
notable. Twe young fellows, with a little
bad bleed between them, started te fight
out an old grudge, at Witmer's hotel and
the proprietor Mr. Jacob S. Witmcr inter
posed and they drew and fired revolvers,
one ball just grazing Mr. Witmer's check.
He asks us te say that the parties offend
ing had no connection with the meeting,
nor did their affray grew out of any politi
cal feeling, and that the order observed by
these who composed the meeting was ex
ceptionally geed and highly creditable te
Since writing the above we learn that
Witmcr was uet struck by a pistol ball,
but rccived a smack en the face with a
torch, while in a crowd, denouncing a
let of Democrats whom he and his friends
called rebels, &c. The only persons who
fired off pistols were Republicans, one of
whom acknowledged it. During the even
ing two young Republicans named Hess
and Myers, threw stones at the precession.
One of them also admitted it. It was re
ported in the city this morning that Wit
mcr had been badly wounded. The Re
publicans did all in their power te circu
late the report, which was without found
ation. The scratch en his face is se slight
that it can scarcely be seen.
THE COUNTRY SAFE
UNDER DEMOCRATIC RULE.
THE PARTY OF STABLE CURRENCY.
Frem Bayard's New Yerk Speech,
" But a cry has gene up and been echoed
en the stump and in the press, and reiter
ated in every region, that it will net be
safe te intrust the business interests of the
country nor the public credit in the hands
of the Democratic part'. And ccitain em
inent stock jobbers, who had rigged the
market for a fall, screamed out that the
deluge was coming and all would be lest,
when the news came that Maine ! Maine !
(immense applause) had gene 'Hell
bent' against the Republicans. It was
gravely declared that a Democratic vic
tory had produced a decline in the stock
market. The events of the week that has
elapsed .have enabled these ' shorts' te
cover in their engagements, and Maine no
longer affects the market, although Maine
has affected greatly ether and mere impor
tant matters than the stock market in
Wall street. It has indicated a drift, nay,
a current, nay, a torrent of public opinion
that in November next will proclaim te
the Republican party, ' Ge ; you arc dis
charged from further power te ebstuct the
lestoratien of the Union and impede the
tide of your country's prosperity I' (Great
"But it is declared that the Democratic
party is an unsafe guardian of the coun
try, aud therefore that its ascendency will
injure the business of the country. At
the head of such speakers is the secretary
of the treasury, Mr. Jehn Sherman, of
Ohie, with whom for eight years I sat en
the Senate finance committee, aud whose
former place as chairmau of that committee
I have held since March 4, 1879. Mr. Sher
man and ethers have modestly claimed
what lie is pleased te call a resumption of
specie payments, by which phrase he
means the present redemption of United
States demand notes in geld and silver,
and their immediate reissue by the treas
ury, te have been the work of the Repub
lican paity, and very largely of Mr. Sher
man himself. In the face of history and
the events new proceeding before our
eyes, such a claim is refreshing at least for
its coelucsSjits audacity, or, we might say,
its cheek. (Laughter.) In March, 1809,
when Hugh McCulIech left the treasury
department, of which he had been the sa
gacious and able head, under the admin
istration of Andrew Jehnsen, he left about
$100,000,000 of geld coin in the treasury
aud $40,000,000 of retired and cancelled
greenbacks. He was succeeded by Mr.Bout Mr.Beut
well, of Massachusetts, who was secretary
until 1873. Then came Mr. Richardson,
then Mr. Bristow, and, for a short period,
Mr. Merrill, of Maine. The country wit
nessed the incredible spectacle of a govern
ment with a large floating demand debt,
in the shape of notes depreciated and
fluctuating in value and irredeemable at
the treasury ; an unsound and false money
deranging all legitimate operations and
transactions, turning all trade into specu
lation or gambling ; making no effort te
redeem its demand notes, but deliberately
taking year after year hundreds of mil
lions in geld coin received as custom
duties, and calling in at a large premium
its own long bends, which the holder de
sired te retain. Frem 1869 te 1874 this in
sane and fatal policy was pursued, aud net
until Mr. Bristow was placed at the head
of the treasury was a suggestion or an at
tempt made te resume specie payment. I
am wrong; from the only Democratic
member of the committee en finance, he
who new addresses you (applause)
frequent appeals came, beginning in March,
18G9, and continuing through the long
period of Mr. Beutwcll's sales of geld and
purchase of long bends, urging that re
funding the public debt was of secondary
importance te the rcstablishmcnt of a sound
money as the basis of our whole financial
system, and it was all in vain. I intro
duced resolutions te this effect, and they
went te Mr. Sherman's committee and
were buried there.
"During all these years a false money
was doing its evil work. Speculation was
rampant and prices grossly inflated. In
1873 the bubble burst and then came from
ruined speculators a cry for mere money
mere brandy te keep up the intoxication.
The majorities in the Senate and Heuse
were overwhelmingly Republican and well
de I remember the countless and vigorous
speeches in favor of increased paper money
issues by the government by Senater Mor Mer Mor
eon, of Indiana ; Mr. Ferry, of Michigan ;
General Jehn A. Legan, of Illinois ; Sena Sena
eor Howe, of Wisconsin, and ether leaders
of the Republican party, net te mention
Mr. William D. Kelley and ethers. First,
Mr. Boutwell and then Mr. Richardson
had assumed the power te reissue the
greenbacks which Mr. McCulIech had
paid and cancelled, and a bill passed both
houses with Democratic opposition te re
store the volume of greenbacks te $400,
000,000. This bill was reluctantly vetoed
by General Grant, and there is a curious
statement by himshowinghewheknewhis
party te stand in relation te the question.
(In Jehn Russell Yeung's history
of his voyage around the world.)
But a compromise, as it was styled, was
made, and a bill authorizing the
reissue of about $28,000,000 of the green
backs paid and cancelled by Hugh McCul McCul
eoch passed the Senate, with Mr. Sher
man's aid and advocacy, passed the Re
publican Heuse and received Gen. Grant's
approval, This was a roost decided step
backward from specie payment. In 1873
the bill called a Resumption bill was intro
duced by Mr. Sherman from the party
caucus, providing for a resumption of coin
en January 1, 1879. It was a juggling
measure, plainly open te two opposite con
structions, one of which made it a meas
ure of contraction of the velume of green
backs and the ether a measure of inflation.
In open debate in the Senate I and ethers
asked Mr. Sherman what the act meant
and he declined te give a construction. I
asked him whether he would allow me te
amend the act se as te prevent the reissue
of the greenbacks when retired te add
the words 'and destroy' but he refused
and I declined te vete en such a bill. I
was then for resumption and I am new for
resumption, and the Democratic candidate
for president and vice president want the
same kind of resumption that I de a real
net a sham resumption. We want the re
sumption intended te be secured by the
resolution I offered in the Senate last De
cember, which went te the committee en
finance and was reported back adversely
by a Republican majority, Messrs. Alli Alli
eon, Ferry and Jenes, and by two Demo
crats, and with a minority report in its
favor by three Democrats. Bavard
Korean and Wallace, and one "Re
publican, Mr. Merrill, of Vermont.
It was a resolution right en the ancient
pathway of the constitutional Democracy,
withdrawing from the treasury notes when
paid and redeemed at the treasury any
power of enforced legal tender when reis
sued. This was a honest and rcai effort
te made resumption actual, te keep our
measure and standard of value secure and
te save all men from the dishonesties and
dangers of a fluctuating currency liable te
depreciation. Well de I remember the
grand memorial, fitly bound, with its mas
sive contents, presented te the Senate by
the worthy and faithful Democratic sena
tor from New Yerk, Mr, Kernan, signed
by mere than 1,500 of individual and co ce
partship names of the wisest and best fin
anccrs and guardians of public and private
property in the country. But where was
the administration ? Where was Secretary
Sherman ? Where were the Republican,
guardians of public credit and sound fin
ance in the Senate '? I never was in a
Republican caucus, but the newspapers
generally find out everything, and it was a
public secret that a caucus had been held
by the Republicans and it was amrccd the
resolution should uet pass. Ccitain it is
no man of the Republican side ever said a
a word in its favor ; no aid or comfort or
suggestion ever came te me from a Repub
lican adminittratien and no vote was ever
reached upon the measure.
" F Upw citizens, a vote ought te be
reached ; for I tell you a great aud vital'
issue close upon us in the near future is
whether we are te have a geed or a bad
money in this country. (Applause.) It
is essential for our prosperity that the
resumption of coin payments should be
stable and secure. Thera is great danrcr
te us, and our prosperity is and will be
in great jeopardy se long as a legal tender
credit currency is in existence. I speak
te-night te men who kuew the truths of
finance and I pretest against the evasions
aud delays of the secretary of the treas
ury and his party when he tells you we
arc secure in resumption, and yet consents
te the reissue of the notes as fast as they
are redeemed. I warn you of these dan
gers, and I believe you will find in a
Democratic administration a relief from
them. (Cheers.) Over and ever have I
seen the absurd claim set forth that te the
Republican party we ewe resumption. I
declare that te the exigencies of that
party and the tricky arrangements of its
leaders we ewe a postponement of resump
tien, iui ;il least iive years, ami me con
tinuance of an inflated and fluctuating
currency which led te wild speculation and
"Need I refer te the dark aud unhappy
history of the overthrew of the fiit and
most deliberate decision of the supreme
court, solemnly declaring that it was net
competent for Congress te create fictitious
values and enforce its evidences of credit
as legal tender? Hew President Grant
and his attorney general Mr. Hear, of
Massachusetts, with the aid of a Republi
can Senate, accomplished the overthrew of
this wise decision by a change in number
and personnel of the bench ?
"Aud hcic, let me ask the intelligent
merchants, bankers and business men of
New Yerk what has made resumption or
redemption possible and enabled it te be
continued '.' lias it been the act of Febru-
avy, 187.T.' The Pene's bull against the
comet, or Mrs. Partington's mop against
the waves of the North sea, were of
equal cllectivcness. It has been the
labor and economy of our country, favored
by providence with weather that permit
ted full crops at the time. He visited the
British islands with deluges aud bestowed
unfavorable seasons upon the asriculturc
of the continent. Redemption of treasury
notes has been made possible by what
Horatio Seymour aptly calls ' the states
manship of the plough.' Let me put the
plain question te candid and intelligent
men. Is net the cotton crop of the South
ern states te-day and has it net for years
past been our chief item of expert which
enables us te maintain the balance of
foreign trade in our favor. I de net emit
our vast shipments of bread-stuffs in the
calculation, but I de new aver that but for
the industry of the Southern people and
the production of their staples the balance
of trade would have been against us stead
ily and be se te-day, and that resumption
would have been impossible. Yet Northern
audiences, and here in this centre of intel
ligence, arc taught te believe the Southern
states are inimical te Northern prosperity,
and that a policy which discourages their
industry and alienates their affections and
sympathies is the safe, proper and patriot
ic one te followed. Fellow-citizens, when
I read the silly aud vapering platform of
Mr. Picrrcpent and the self-adulatiens of
Mr. Sherman aud his associates claiming
for themselves and their party restoration
of agseucd currency (net yet restored) and
the presence of a prosperity which has
come, despite the interference aud obstruc
tion in the Seuth and the centinuence of
war tariffs in time of peace, I am reminded
of the complacent proclamation with which
a country justice of the peace always con
cluded his marriage ceremony. Said this
self-satisfied person : 'Thepc whom I and
Ged Almighty have joined together let no
man put asunder.' I am net aware, how
ever, that Mr. Sherman and his party are
willing te admit the Almighty into their
cepartnership in producing crops of Amer
ica or the prosperity of her people and the
consequent resumption of specie pay
ments." Bhakipeare Kcvlved.
Te Achb en et te Achb that's the question.
This cheerful conundrum, ye rheumatic suff
erers, is by no means as ditllcult as a propo prepo
sition in Euclid. Try Dr. Themas' Kclcctric
Oil and you will llnd ft just as easy net te ache
as te ache, for sale by II. II. Cochran, drug
gist, 137 and 139 Jferth Queen street, Lancaster,
e Mere Jiauscens Drags.
Fer nauseous drugs, no use there seen will be,
Kei Salts, Magnesia. Senna no pretence.
Dispensing Chemists, all men will agree.
Te view, us things with which they may dis
pense. But when Dyspepsia assails, then Is the time
Spring Blessem's virtue as n remedy.
Trices: S0c., trial bottles 10c.
for sale by II. B. Cocran, drusrgNt, 1ST and
13 Xertli Queen street, Lancaster, Pa. 44
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UOUXE EUKXISIIIXO OOOVH.
FLlii & BBBNEMAK.
Would advise all who contemplate putting 1b
HEATERS or making any alterations in tlieli
heating arrangements te de se nt once before
the rush or Fall Trade begins.
THE MOST RELIABLE
Steves, Heaters mil Rates,
In the Market at the
GREAT STOVE STORE, '
152 North Queen Street,
OR I.INKN COLLARS
IUK i'ANCV STOCKINGS
"COR HEW STYLE
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, GO TO
E. J. ERISMANS,
SS NORTH UOTEJSlf STREET.
VRAYON POBTRA1T ARTIST,
SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PALMING,
4 WEST KING STREET.
TTIDNEY WUKT rOR SALE AT Mil
JV era' Drag Stere, 9 East King street.
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