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Johns jii for Jepudiatlon
Mr. Johnson, soys the Uticn Herald, pos
BCMfi a rare skill for mischief Few nion
could hare succeeded as he did, in arousing
the decoying passions of the defeated rebel
lion, and in preventing the accomplishment
of reconstruction. Pretending to desire
the restoration of the States, he was effi
cient in multiplying obstacles mid in keeping
the States disorganized mid unrepresented,
beyond what would have been possible un
der a policy having that object confessedly
His skill for mischief ho now dircc's to
the financial problem. The same moml
obliquity, the sumo mingling of ignorance
and arrogance, the same defiance of every
consideration uffoctiog the honor and the in
terest of the nation, inspire his action. In
comparing the expenditures of the govern
ment at two periods, for example, ho states
tho3o of 18C.9, at 372,000,000. The fir.-t
was in gold, and the latter currency. To
compare them, they should bo stated in the
eamo terms. Then-the expenditures of 18G0
become equal to 835,000,000 in paper. In
19G8-9, wp paid $13,737,412 for bount'es,
$7,200,000 for his epeculntion in Alaska,
and ?24,2"2,000 for the great notional Pa
cific railway, besides 140,000,000 for in
terest and other largo payments on account
of the war. Of this ho makes no account,
but leaves the render to understand that the
'"expenses of Government in the. year of
peace three years after the wni," are nor
mally the aggregate which he parades. He
tn ats the increaso of the indebtedness with
the sumo hostile disingonuousness. And ho
inpinuates with an indirection which adds
severity to the sting, thol the treasury is in
danger of failing to meet drafts upon it; for
this is the English of the remark: "With
out proper care, the smnli balance which, it
is estimated, will remain in tho Treasury nt
the close of the present fiscal your, will not
be realized, nnd wMitftnnl millions he add
ed to n debt which is now enumerated by
All of this is but the logical progress to
wards n proposition which it is the shame
of tie Republic, Mr. Johnsou us President
puts forth und. advocates. Ho states it in
Our national credit should -be eaoredly ob
wrvnl, but in making provisions for our
cre.litorv we utiotiM not forget what is due
(i th- ni-i-e of tiie pei.plc. It may be as
ii;ii' il tlml the holders of oar securities have
Miv:niy received upon their Ioih'm a larger
n:i.ti!'.:t II:, in their oriuinal investment,
i.-!ini-i .1 by u gold standard. Upon this
ieni -nt tif facts it. would seem but just
.. , i ..nl;i le that tiie six per cent, inteiesl
no funl by t.ie (.'OviTimii'iit should be np-pli'-
l to Ihe reduction of the principle in
M-tiit-aium.ii installments, which, in sixteen
y-i'iir ;itnl eight months, would liquidate the
I'litire natio'iul debt. Six-percent, in gold
Would, at pre.-eut rates, he equal to nine per
cent in currency, und equivalent to tho pay
ment of the debt one und a half times in a
fraction less thau seventeen years. This ill
connection with all the other advantages de
rive)! from their investment, would afford to
the public creditors n lair und liberal com
pensation for tho use of their capital, and
with this they should ho s.itistied. The
lessons of the past admonish the lender that
it is not well to be over anxious in exacting
from the borrower ricid compliance with the
letter of the bond.
We have read this passage over many
times, to discover if some other than the ob
vious interpretation, coulobot be giveu to
it. But ouly oue meauiug cau be deduced.
The proposal is to repudiate eutirely the
claim for iuterest upon the debt, und to com
pel the holders to accept payment of the
principal iu driblets of three per cent, semi
unnuully. This is the first proposal in any
O flic in! quarter iu favor of repudiation. Mr.
Johnson has earned the infamy of proclaim
ing it His own reputation has fallen verv
low;perhnp3 it is of little account to sink
that a few degrees lower. But it is a grave
offeuse that be should havo stained ihe nu
tiouul honor by such a suggestion iu an ofli
Fortunately Congress and the people will
spurn tho temptation. What would tiia
Government credit be worth, if au attempt
were niado to perpetrute this outrage! On
ly a mean as well Ob a dishonest mind could
bave devised tho suggestion. Picture this
government offering to pay three per cent,
at Bemj-annual intervals on its debt, rep uni
ting the interest.
Mr. Johnson pays no attpution to the
terms on which the Government issued its
bonds. He fancies profit cuu be made by
natiouul knavery; ami he advises the Repub
lic to play the rascal. And he does not
admit a single feature of crime from the
transaction. He works In the threat: this
c.r worse, your money or your life; for "it is
not well" for the lender to "bo nrer-nnxious
in exacting from the borrower the letter of
tho bond." : 'lis U but another wuy of my.
iug that tho leaders must submit to this set
tlement, or get no shadow of a farthing for
tbo bonds (hey hold.
Let us hope that Mr. Johnson has succeed
ed in rendering repudiation in uny form
more bdioub than ever before. Then we shall
reap tome udvautage frm the shame be
briugs upon us, and for tho-diRcreiiit he casts
upon the national securities.
i " Jnie Cot.onr.D Mkmder from Louisiana.
The Boston Post's Washington correspon
dent describes Mr. J. Willis Menard of Lou-
isinno, thai: Mennrd Is a dipgy mulatto,
30 years of age, and of medium stature. He
speaks fluently, but Incoherently, and pro
poses to bo a politician of no mean preten
siona. He snys he is the grandson of Gen.
Menard, who emigrated from the Province
of Louisiana to Illinois before that State
became a member of the Ur ion. Menard
labored on a farm in Southern Illinois until
lie was 19, when he removed to the northern
port of the State, There he worked during
the Fnmmer months, and attended school
during the Winter. In 1859 lie entered Li
beria College, Ohio, where ho remained nn
til 1861, when he visited Canada, returning
totheLnited States in 18G3. He entered
the army as hospital steward in this- city.but
remained only a few months when he was as
signed a desk in the Immigration Bureau
of the Interior Iepartmeut. The prejudice
exhibited toward him in his official position
soon induced him to resign, and disgnsted
with the Government, ha sailed for British
Houndurns. Here he was employed by the
British Honduras Company to make nnr ex
ploration of the country, which he" did to
the satisfaction of the Government. He
next visited Jomnca and Huyti; returning to
New York in 18fi5. Here he remained but
a short time, and again skipped for New
Orleans, where he arrived in Sej-tember.atid,
as he says, commenced at once to organize
the Repnblican party of the South. He
avows himself a Radical of the Wendell
t lumps scnooi, ana ne says lie has no use
for milk and .water men like Fefsenden and
No Bktter than White Mk.v. It seems
that negroes hove very much tho same super
stitions as white men. We are told that a
pnrty of them are digging on the bunk of
the rivpr, just above Natchez, Mississippi,
under the direction of an "old crouo," for
Kidd's treasure. At last accounts), it was
estimated that their work, counted by the
day, would amount to five hundred dollars;
that they worked unremittingly during the
day and ate their food at early dawn aud af
ter dark, and were confident of finding the
treasure. This is foolish very foolish and
just B3 lotsof white men have done before.
I'he Democratic journals are right in suppos
ing it shows a lack of judgment. But it
settles one question to a dead certainty.
It demonstrates that tho negro will work
hard and continuously under the hope of fu
ture reward. Let those who have denied
that the negro can be induced to work
for pay, put these facts, given by tho
Notches Democrat, in their pipes and smoke
Itwhsb matter of public notoriety that
for a long time after the political somersualt
of Andrew Johnson, the New York Times
vainly attempted to stem the torrent of In
dignation which threatened to sweep.A. J.
out of his seat, clinging to his shattered for
tunes with a devotion worthy of a better
cause. The Times has at last had its eyes
opened, and frankly owns that it is now con
vinced of Mr. Johuson's dishonesty. This
is a good confession, -but thousands of
less mental calibre than Mr. Raymond
could have told him the same thing long
A dispatch from Constantinople stafes,
that the Turkish ultimatum has really heen
rejected by Greece. It is even reported that
an engagement has already taken place bo
tween tho Greek steamer Krosis and a Turk
ish cruiser, and that tho Grek steamer had
taken refuge in the harbor of Syra, where
she was blockaded by Hobart Pasha, the
Admiral of the Turkish cruiser, The Great
Powers will undoubtedly continue their ef
forts to preservo peuce, but if they should
fuil and the war between Turkey and Greece
go on, wo shall Eoon hear of new outbreaks
in Crete, iu Thessaly, and probably in other
Most people aro two-faced. Nearly all
of us, no doubt, regard ourselves as excep
tional to uny such statement. No matter
what other peoplo may be whether two,
three, or a dozen sided we fancy ourselves
open, honest, frank, sincere. If so, we urc
stuffing ourselves with a fiction. Let us re
peat, we are all two-faced. None of us npppar
really und absolutely what wo lire. We put
nnr best qualities forurd, und disguise the
rest. Life is made up of an effort, to do this
trick. It is sometimes successlnl; somt times
not We uot only deceive everybody or
attempt but also ourselves.
Rev. J. D. Fulton, Baptist minister, of
Boston, has been visiting the Baptists in
Kiigluud, and Bays they greatly luck denomi
national unity. They ore divided into three
schools Particular Baptists, S'rict l)i-ci-pline
Baptists, and Open Communion Bap
tists. - I ho first two agree essentially with
the.Olose. Communion Baptists of the Unit
ted Htates. The Knglish Open Communion
Baptists have almost as little connection
with the other two schools as with tho Pres
byterians or Methodist. They aro virtual
ly another denomination. The star of this
denomination is Mr .Spurgeon, oue of the
uolubi lilies of the world.
Philosophy vs. Swimming. A college pro
fessor was being rowed across a stream iu a
boat Said he to the boatman, 'Do you un
derstand philosophy?' 'No, never he'rd of
it!' 'Then oue quarter of your life is gone.'
Do you understand geology?" 'No ' 'Then
one-half of your lil'it's gone.' "Do you un
derstaud astronomy?' 'No.' 'Theu three
quarters of your life's gone.' But presently
t lie boat tipped over aud spilled both iu the
river. Snys the boutmun, 'Do you under
stand swimming?' 'No!' 'Then the whole
of year life's gone.'
At a public snle of books, 'Drew's F.ssav
on HouU wus t nocked down to u shoemaker,
to tho great umusemeut of the crowded room
he asked the auctioneer if he bud auy luoro
shoemakers to selL
A Purisiun beggar accosted gentleman
with "1 am poor, monsieur, but I am reli
gious. I want but one of the saving virtues;
I have faith; I have Hope; it remains with
you to give me charity.'
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CHARLES J. PETERSON.
No. 300 Chestnut street Piiiln.. Pa.
CP? Specimens sent to those wishing to get
- I'ltijif stiwittlily the Let! suxlniiml work nj
the. kind in the world."
NEW MOXTHLY MAGAZIME
Critical Noti'-s or the Prtitf.
rrUIE most n-.tmhir Month! v in the World.
yaw lorn uoaerrcr.
We must refer in terms of culotrv to the
high lone nhd"cxcellence o.' Harper's Maga
zine a journal wi'li u monthly circulation of
about 170,000 copies in whoso pages are to
bo found some' of the hoiccst light and gen
eral jcadiiig of tho day We speak of this
worit as on cvideneo of the cull tiro of the
American people : and the popularity it. has
acquired is memtcd, Each number contains
full 114 pages of jeading matter appropri
ately illustrated with good wood cuts ; and it
combines in itself the racy monthly and the
more philosophical quarterly, blen led with
bestl'eatures of tho daily -journal. It Bi
great powe- in the dissemination of a love of
pure'Liturature. Trubner's Guide to American
Literature, Loudon. "
We can account far its sticeess only by tTtie
simple fact that it meets precisely the popular
taste, furnishing a variety of pleasing and in
struc:ive reading for ali. Zion's Herald, Bos
ton. SUBS?RIPTIONS 1809.
. TERMS ;
Harper's Magazino, one year ...Si.OO'
An extra copy of either tho Magazine.
Wee .ly, or Bazar will be supplied gratis for
every club of five subscribers at $4.00 each,
in oi e remi lance ; or six copies for $20,00.
Subscriptions to II .rpcr's Magazine, Weekly
and ISaz.ir, to one address for oue year $10,00,
or two of Harper's Periodicals to ono address"
foi one year, $7.00.
Back numbers can be supplied at any time.
A complete set, now comprising Thirty-seven
volumes, in neat cloth binding, will bo sent
by express, freight tit expense of purchaser,
for $2,75 per volume. Single volumes, by
mail post-paid, S3, 00. Cloth eases f-r bind
ing. f0-cents. by mail post-paid. " v
ceThe postage of Harper's Magazine is 24
scuts a year, which must be paid at the aub
Subscriptions sent from-British North
American Provinces must be accompanied wi h
24 cents additional, to prcgay United States
HARPER & BROTHERS.
History of the
" The lest, cheapet, aud most successful
Family I after in (he Union."
IIARPEIC S WEEKL Y, :
STLENCIBLI lLLl'81 BATED. ' "
Critical Notices of the Press.
Tho Model Newspaper of our country com
plete in all tho departments of an American
Family Paper Harpers's weekly has earned
for itself a right lo lis title A Journal of
civilization. New York Evening Poit.
Our future historians will enrich Ihefflselves
out of Harper's Weekly loug alter writers, and
printers, and publishers are turned to dust.
Xeu 1'urk t'fanaelut.
Thi best of its class in America. Boston
Traveller. - ' '
Harpers Weekly may be unreservedly de
clared the best newspaper in America. 7'A
Iiulrpendeut, Kew York.
The articles upon publio questions which
appear in Harper's Weekly from week lo week
firm a remarkable series ol brief political
essay. They ant aistiuguifhej by oleur and
p.iinted statement, by good common kense, by
liidepeudeuce and breai'ali of view. They are
the ext-res-inn of mature conviction, high
principle, and s'rong feeling, and take their
il. ice among the best iiewpnper writing of the
iitiio. Sur A American lltvieu; Button, 3Jatt.
. 1ERMS : 1 , . v
Harper's Weekly, one year ..,., v....v$4 001
An extra Co y of either Jhe Magazine,
Weekly, or Buzar will be kupplisd gratis, for
every Club of five Subscriber at $4 00. eao.i,
in oue remiiiajce , or .Six copies for $20 00.
Subscriptions O the Harper' Magazine,
Weekly, an i Bazar, to one uddresa for oue
yeur- $10 0G ; or two of Harps 'a Peiud'caltt,
to one address for one yea., $7 00,
Back numbers can be supplied at any time
wl'ue Annual Volumes of Harper', Weekly,
r neat cloth bialinj, will bs sent bv, express,
on'rrcfint of cash the rale of to 25 rer v i
freitrht at expense of purchaser. Yoluue
XII, ready January 1st. 1809.
. The poetngo on Harper's Weekly is 20 ueer
a year, which must be paid at the BUI snts
ber i post-otiiee.
ubseriblions sent, from British North
American Provinces, must he nccotnnnniivl
with 20 cents additional, to prepay United
States pol age. Address.
HARPER A BROTHERS, New TrV,
THE , 8ATURDAY ;. EVENING . . TOST.
Enlarged and Ittautifled.
TIS oldest nrd ltft " of lie Litem
V tellies," las Ittti itrtrOy cnlnifir
and foartif?cd. It is weekly embellished with
engravings and ils Novelets, Stories,
Sketches, &o., are not surpassed.
It has just commenced two splendid .Nov
elets " The Queen of the Savannah," by Gus
tave Aimard ; nd " St. George and Ihe Dra.
gon," a 6vel of Society, by Elizabeth Pres
cott, the author of " How a woman had her
Way," &o. -1
New Novelets will continually gnocced each
other. Among those already on hand, or in
progress, are, " Tho Mystery of the Reefs,"
a powerful story by Mrs. Ilosmer j and " Cut
Adrift, or the tide" of Fate," by Aafcnda M.
Douglas. . ' " ' ' '
The Post also givgs the gems of the English
A copy of the large and beaut iful Premium
Steel Engraving ' The song of home at Sea',
engraved expressly for our readers, at a
cost for Ihe engraving alone of nearly $100tV,
will be sent post-paid, to every full (2,50)
subscriber, and to every person sending on a
club I This is a truly beautiful engraving.
To New Subscribers. MARK. ! New sub
scribers for 1809 will hnve their subscriptions
dated back to the paper of September 19th,
until the large extra edition of that date is ex
hausted. In that paper wc commenced two
Novelets " The Queen of the Savannah," and
the Dragon." This will be fifteen papers in
addition to the regular weekly numbers for
18G9 or nearly sixteen months in nil. nhen
our extra edJition Is exhausted, the names of
all new subscribers for 1809 will be entered on
our list the very week they are received. Of
course thopo who send in their names the
errliest will get the greatest nnftiber of extra
Owing to the unusually liberal character m
this oiler, we shall be compelled to adhere
strictly to its terms.
1 copy, (and the largo Premium En
4 copies 0,00
i ....(and one oralis i 8.00
8 ". (and ono gratis) 12,00
One Cf.py each of Post and Ladie's
Friend, and Premium Eugraving.. 4.00
The getter up nf a club will always receive a
copy of the Premium Engraving. Members
ot n clnb wishing the 1 remiuiu Engraving,
ntnst ronit one dollar extra.
Bj?Spcclmen copies sent gratis,
address, H. PETERSON CO.
319 Walnut street. Philadelphia.
THE LADY'S FRIEND.
Splendid Inducements to Sulscrihrrs.
rjlIE Lady's Friend ai'nounces the following
J Novelets for 1809 : " Between Two,"
by Elizabeth Prescott, author of ' How a wo
man had her Way," &o.: " Tho prize of Two
Men s Lives, by Almanda M. Douglas, author
of The Debarry Fortune " &c; a new Novelet
by Louisa Chandler Moulton, author of
tleeiug from l ate, &o.: and a new Novel
by Mrs. Hcury Wood, the distinguished
r.nglish Novelist, author of " Lust l.yniie.
&o. (unless Mrs. Wood is prevented writing it
by ill health) -with numerous shorter stories
by a brilliant galaxy of lady writers.
J ho Lady s friend will give a linelv execut
ed Steel Engraving, a hiiudsonie double-page,
hnclv-coloreu rnshion. Plate engraved on
steel nnd a large assortment of Wood Cuts,
illustrating the Fashions, Fancy Work, jc in
everv number. ...
It will civo n poirular piece of Music worth
Ihe cost of the magazine in itself ii every
A copy of the Lnrpo and beautiful premiu m
ifteel Engraving " The song of home at Sea."
engraved cxprcj?8ly-for our readers at a cost
for the engraving alone of nearly SlOOOI will
bo sent post paid to every full S2,-r0 sub
scriber, and to every person sending on u club.
Ibis engraving is a gem of Art.
f&8 l o New Subscribers. Mark Tlws- Now
Subscribers who send in their imntcs for 1809
hef.'re the first of November, shalVrccoive the
November and December numbers of this year
in addition, making fourteen months in nil.
And nil new subscribers for 18li9 shall receive
the niagiiificient tieccinber Holiday number,
making thirteen months in nil.
1 copy nnd the large Premium En-
jtruvingl $ 2.50
4 copies,... 0,00
5 " nnd ono gratis 8.00
8 ' land one gratis M-.00
One copy each of Lady's Friend ard
Post, and Premium Engruving.. 4,00
The getter up nf u club will always receive
a wpy of Ihe Premium Engraving. Mem-
tiers ot a clurj wishing the Premium En
graving must remit on,e dollar extra-
6y"Spec-.nien copies sent gratis.
Address, DEACON & PECivRSON,
310 Walnut Street, Puiladelphi.
" A Ripototory of fashion, Measure, and
A supplement containing numerous full
sized patterns of useful articles accompanies
the paper every fortnight, and occasionally an
elegant Colored Fashion Plate.
llAEPKa's Bazar contains 10 folio pages ni
the size of llAiiri.n's Wkkklt, primed on cupel-fine
calendered ' paper, and is published
weekly. . .
Critical Notices of t'-e Press.
Harper's Bazar contains, besides pictures.
pottrus, etc, a variety of matter of especial
use and interest lo the family ; articles on
health, dress and housekeeping in all Its
branches ; ils edit rial matter is especially
adapted lo the circle it is intended to interta
and instruct ; and it has, bsides, good siorie
and literary matter of nierrit. )t is not sur
prising that the journal, with such features,
Las achieved iu a short time an immense su
cess; for something of ils kind was desied in
thousands of families, ami ils publishers have
filled ihe demand. Weu York Evening Pest.
. Whether we consider ils claims as based
upon the elegance and superiority of the
paper, its typographical appearance, the taste
and judgement displayed in the engravings, or
the literary contributions ccntainel in ils
pages, we unhesitatingly, pronounce it to he
superior in each and every particular to any
other similar publication" here or abroad.
t'hU'a L gui Jnttlligencer.
We know of uo oihar English or American
journal ot fashion that can pretend to approaou
t in vuuipicianuas ana variety, JY. f. timet.
.. It has the merit of being sensible, of o .nvey.
ing instruction,, of giving exoellent patter
in every department, and of hoinir atookrd
Vitjj goal reidjug. utikttei-.r-jrafcAvtt'i' " Ji.
T 3 dress according-U Harper's Bazar will
be i be aim and ambition of the worn en of
ay -. , i SUBSCRIPTIONS. 1669.
" V . TERMS l
Harper Bu ar,' one year...... .$4 00
- : .t .'' '. : : .'
Weekly, or Bazarr will be supplied gratis to
every club of five Subscribers at $ 4 00 acch
in ene - remittance ; or six onples f r $20 00.
Subsorlptiong to Harper's Magszicc, Week
and Kazar, to one address for one year
$10 00 j or, two of Harper's Periodical!, to
one address for one year, $7 00. -
Back Numbers can be supplied at any time.
Ihe postage ot Harper's Bazar is 20 cents a
year, which must be paid at the subscriber,
Subscriptions sent from British North
American Provinces must be accompanied
with 20 cents additional, to prepay United
States p8'age. Address
HARPER & BROTHEF"S, New York.
IT IS AN
, WILL CURE
Chills &. Fever,
III Jloob rj'uraif.
Sold by Dniggiiu.
J. P. FELT.
Ko. "14 AH( II STV
The Last (f
BY ITS TJSE
Gray or Faded Hair is quickly
restored to its youthful color and beauty,
and with the first application a '
beautiful gloss and delightful frajjrancs'
Is given to the Hair.
It will cause Hair to grow on Bald Spots
It will promote luxuriant growth.
FALMXG HAIR is immediately checked.-
For Hale br all Druggist.
DEPOT removed from Grronwirh St. to
35 Barclay St.. & 40 Park Place
EV HAUDWAliE STOItlS!
The Subscribers have just opened in ST.
SIARVS a new an i coiupli-le stuck of
hcavv nnd Shelf
ti A. H D W A. H E !
Ami will keep constantly on hand a Li'eat
vai ii-t i of
COOK AND IlEATINU STOVES!
Bar Iron, Steel Anvils, and Bellows,
Niiils, llorso Shoes nnd SprinA,
Building Ihirdwnrv, and Sawd
and Files of every
Guns Pistols and Cartridges.
Cnttlery, Plated Ware nnd House Furnishing
Goods. All ki.:ils nf Mechanic's TimiIs.
Of every tit script inn, which will he sold at the
lowest Cash rricea.
M BEECI1EU. Jr
34tf VM. II. COPELAND.
A. B C
Wo aro prepared to supply tho ptihlle ith Use
ful and Orunmontul m ticlo-s, gouda for winter
wear, ic, Jtc, from our
ONE; DOLLAR SALE HOUSE,
(.Licensed by the United Slates Authority.) .
for the standnrd price of One Dollar for each'
Having been engaged in this bua!hei for som o
time past, and clearly knowing tho wants of tiio
pt-oplo, wo have enlarged o;ir exchango list over
One Hundred aniclns, (both useful and orna
nicnlul. V mom than nnv i,tli..r Ur,,,,. I. il... i...i..
1 l A. - "'"win lU'JHIHIU,
ana we tool confident- an n;jont ouco gained will
iionidoM our Mnmhrnlti V.-r-hr,i, r Li ... i.
dncements to agouts oxcol that of uny other
Any ludy or gonth-raon, hy spending a fow of
tholr luiBiiro niDtucnts. enn nhlnin f:..l.i vi'.ik .
Silk dress Pattern, Sowing ilachino. to., ic)
Goods ortlnr d from ntip linilQA u-ttl Ka uml
O. D. whoa di'sirod.
8ind fll? (lrClll:if ' rrtvtnm fi.11 .l!A..l.
Circulars and samples sont froo to uny addross.
AT WOOD, BATrS & CO..
"5 Limlall st., Boston, liuanf.
yE HAVE COME
Wilh great inducement! lo agenti lo oo-eper-
ate with us in our . 43
Grand Oxb Dollar Salr !
Sheel iiir free of cost In onr Agjuts,
n ulclies Iree or cosl In our Airelit
Sewing Machines free of Ciisl Agentn.
Leather immIs free of cost tu Agenie
Linen ginids free of cost to our Agents.
Silks and Sim wis fice nf cimi to Agents.
Boots and Shoes free of coat to Agents. ' )
Dress goods free of cost to our Airmts. .. i
Great Dollar Biirguinti for Our Custoni-
' j era- . i
. Send fiir' out circular, Agerts Wanted every."
where. Atldiass ' '
. s JAS. T. STEWART Ss CO , ' "
S9m2 . i , .a,,d De triel N- V. '
Fi W. COOPER. M. D.. Phvaician and Sur
I I ltr-, n. . - -
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