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THE GOOD TIME COMING
DT DINVIS olurrrarry
Oft-thnei ins hOd ino shoulder galls
A carrying mortar on the walls
In rain and sun ;
But better times aro corms' soon,
Whin all tho year will be ILlto Juno
And dhrudgoiy bo dont).
"Whin victory crowns the feyniale cans°,
Whin women shell to means' lay; r,
Each wife and maid,
Thin every mother‘a son will be
cowed to follow faric7.lno
Some faymale trade.
Thin purty Girls will ask us out
And pay our Ulla anti ribrivo about
TIM tender care ;
They'll keenly feel for all our woes!,
And to the gentlemen propose
Who eingle are, 7
No matter If we'veuot a chit,
There'll thin do I.llcil a thought as slut,
Or things to ate.
Oh! that to *ea the blessed day
Whin all our troubles pass away
May be my fate.
The kitchen girl will 'aro lier place,
And Teddy followln . wid grace,
sad stow ;
nom keep the floor both clean and n*e
And bare the beaht of things to - ate.
And learn to sew.
The milliner shops, where purty girls
Now smiles so shwete and shako their culla,
And look so bendy,
By gintletnen wilt be controlled,
And in thim goods are sten of gold
Tor Pst end Andy.
The Montgomery ilemrteeer and Nail, hai
a $lOO,OOO libel suit on its hands.
The Prussian police has prohibited the
sale of photographs of Napoleon 111. in hii
The combination of blonde hair and
black eyebrows is considered bb many to
be a mark of great beauty in either sex. -
A new style of house-shoe is a sort of high
slipper of the color of the dress, buttoned
on one side with six small buttons.
The pictures most frequently copied at
the National Gallery in London are the
"Gervaeius" portrait by Vandyck, . and
Reynolds' "Age and Innocence."
The story of Charles Dickens' life is to be
told by his son in "All the Year Round,"
the family not being satisfied with Foster's
A Canada editor says be has "a keen rap
ier to prickill fools and knaves." His friends,
if they are prudent, will take it from him.
rre might commit suicide. , ,
A boy' named Vincent, employed in a
shingle Mill at Cape Vincent, recently en
deavored to kick away some sawdust
ardund a buzz saw. Ho will hereafter walk
on one foot and a half.
Samuel C. Clemens (Mark Twain) now
occupies the residence of Mrs,, Isabella -
Beecher Hooker, at Hartford, and Miss A.
M. Beecher is the only mena er of the
Beecher family now living there.
Rochefort is said to be in t e deepest
distress at his melancholy fate. President
Tillers has notified him, once for all, that as
long as he is President of the French Re
public, he must remain in prison.
Count Von Benst said the other day ,to e
Hungarian journalist : "People believe
that I have amassed riches while I was Chan
cellor of the Austrian Empire. The truth
is, I am to-day poorer than when I came to
Vienna." - _ _.__ ,
The late Geoge Peabody, the London
banker, once saved - a cord-of wood is Con
cord, N. H., to pay for a night's lodging at"
the tavern. That was a practical lecture to
young men who fail to pay their board , bilk.
because they are out of business. , , ,
A woman applied to a magistrate the oth
er clay for a warrant against a neighbor,
saying :- "She called me a thief, year Hon
or, can I make her prove it f" "Perhaps
you can," quietly replied the magistrate,
"but if I were you I wouldn't do it."
A kind-hearted but illiterate livery stable
keeper who could not bear to see a horse
ill-treated, used to say, with perfect sincer
ity, and, as lie believed with accuracy, "My
hostibility to them as abuses hosses was
born unto me, and comes as natural as
In Cincinnati; on Sunday, a woman named
Charlotte Wesslingwas taken to a police
office as insane. Sheiwaa furnished break
fast, and half an hour later was found lying
on her face in the cell, with the fork which
she had used at her meal buried in her bo
som. She lies in a precarious situation.'
A local doctor of medicine at Bath En•
gland, has just had a iegacy of $20,000 and
a comfortable house left him by a lady who
was only known to him by l his once offering
her n seat in his carriage. What a- lucky
thing it would be for gentlemen in this
country if it suddenly- became the fashion
to reward masculine politeness after that
A Newhaven M. D - . has discovered a
successful way of silencing the clamors of
his landlord. When that grasping person
age calls for the paynient of rent - the doctor
quietly shows him a skeleton in an inner
room, and tells him "that man came here
just two weeks ago with a bill." This is
regarded as equivalent to a settlement in
The Bishop olf Oxford having sent round
to the churchwardens in his diocese a cir
cular of inquiries, among which was, "Does
your officiating clergyman preach the Gos
pel, and are his conversation and carriage
consistent therewith ?'' ono church warden
replied, "He preaches the Gospel, converses
°beautiful, but don't keep any carriage."
It is the opinion of the Pall Mall Gazette
that the Prince of Wales, moved by the
great popular demonstration on Thanks
giving Day, will hereafter be a good boy.
"We have the utmost confidence," says the
Go,xlle, "in the belief that the Prince bas
now entered into sur.tii bonds, of affection
with the people an he will never weaken or
allow to be weakened if he can,help it."
The World notes the eliqnges which have
been wrought since Maz,zini was born, and
adds : "Had the man died twenty years
ago he would Iwo been denounced a 9
furious fanatic. Now, in compari,4on with
the Commune and the International, which
have risen Since hi., rims:, itS a
perfectly Ilestot?.iiile and respectable person,
ratlior eci:lSCl;VatiVe turn of mind."
.\. f . .vho was sympathizing with his
neliftli)or .Jones on the death of his soh,
.11%i : "You should remember, Mr. •,.Tonea,
t 'lore is no less:without some gain. !John,
yo.S remember, was always a monstrous ea
ter.' "I knew he was," responded
_bereaved , parent ;- "but' to think
laid up with the rheumatism all the,
-inter and died just in haying time is pretty
tough, neighbor -
Lorbnzo Brer'tano, the proprietor of the
Illinois S(aats Zeitung, lost all Ills 'property
by the late fire, and now lives in great des•
litution at Zurich. his career lhas been a
lemarkable one. Early in lif when the
revolutionary suirit was on +many, he
made himself (*tutor of Bade , and - When
overpowered fled to this countr , where he
eqablished a successful paper and was rt)..
fined in his old age. •
-It is dreadful to think, and impdsiible to
imagine, what the new spectacular play
"Lalla Rookh" must be. The New
York Titne4 says the playwrisht "is certain.
ly not fitted to edify a NeNY iork audience."
The "Black Crook" ran for years to the ed-
ideation of New York audiences, and if the
new play is worse than that—but this is im
possible; as the days of miracles have gone
New Orleans merchants have gotten our.
and aro industriously circulating business
bards so closely in imitation.ef the Federal
fractional currency as to readily deceive
casual observers. Several of these have
been dropped into the ticket boxes of the
street cars, and so folded that only the let
- ter X, in its ground ,
of green, could be seen:
iThe cheat was not detected until the box
was emptied at night. Getting up such
cards is a violation of the United States laws.
The Cleveland Leader says a gentleman
of leisure in that city, who resides on the
West side, and prides himself on his per appearance, lately sought to remove a
grease spot from his coat tail by the free
use of benzine, and then stobd close to the
stove that the odor might evaporate more
quickly.. lie was quite correct in his theory
but unfortunate in practice, for before he
could say Jack HoDinson he was turning
cart-wheels through the window, and there
was not enough coattail loft to make a
"weskit" for a - doll baby. He does not ride
horieback now, and sleeps ibn all fours like
"Boys l" said a school teacher the . other
day, "what is the meaning of all that noise
in the school ?" "It is Bill Smith, sir, who
is imitating a locomotive." "Corns up here, - madulA eall Ichttlook4„„.ro a...tog m t g. 7°ll 7111 11.
William," said the teacher. "If you are w '7' 1114 la alw i r II " "-8 snob*—
'turning into a locomotive it is high time you
were .4. witched off 1"
WICKHAM - & FARR
Pall and Winter
tIM•C>C:7OXI O leg
, and IN gelling them at their uUu
..~ - -~ sr~^' ..
~. . ~. ~
Jinit call and 110 wbat a gOO4 wartnient we have,
dat. 1, 1872. - :"-NiTICISIVaI di XABR.
Real Lilate Ageiiet4
THE hadirelgtted, ll4gpnt for tit AM of the to
tug TOWS PROPY c
60 VILLAGE LOTS,
situate cm the Iflttuttsall rcaCt sail Shit* Stditst. Theft
lota are In the mini part of Way sod conatteat to
Rail Road Depot.
Ctuated on tho Una of the Rail Road, and suitable Ite
These lots will bs bold on reasertakto tams.
Jan. 1.147 L
T. 7E1.. 13istia-Is.err'es.:
CHEAP CASH STORE,:
has s full assortment of new goods, snub V. !-;
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Wblot) id' be sold very cheep
LADLES' LB SRI GOODS, BIITAXIS, 'ALL - Pisl4lDtl,
LMMOD WEIn2 PIQUV . .. CLOTHS
' CHX/ POP
DS, • - •
Glove!. MUM; knit Goods and Notion&
• EkxlD. ToWm, Syurp Rico, Waste%
Teei, Czar/cars, Sait. FM, Eloui•
HATS at citS4 W4m . sztqW, EIMDZBO,
woompti TrAnz, ac.
Cash paid, for . )3L AIL'S, or phimed on Conifoliiion:
H a •
s g43s,_aia.ck. fresh:oo.7 of youth. Thin
hair is thickened, failing hair checked,
-andlialdness often, though no always,
cured by its u4e. - Nothing can re-store .
the hair where the aro. de
stroyed, or the gland:; atrrThied ami
decayed; but such as remain can be
saved by this application, and s'timit
lated into activity, so that a new
growth of hair is pred.nced. Instead
of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi
ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous.
Its occasional use WM prevent the hair
frotu PuTing, graY...or f¢iting oif, and
consequently I.,reveir: The
' - restoration (A' virility givei to the
scalp arrests and prevents the foirnw. -
tion of dandruff. t ,-. 0 un
cleanly r.:1:1 0ffe.114;•.-ethose
, some prepirtz!uni diniprAias awl inju
rious to the the V!gor can only
benc,-fit but no-. - alum
merely for a R DRESSING,
nothing else can be toured so'desirable.
Containing neirlt.u. oil , nor dye, it does
not cambric. and yet lasts
long on the, hair, giving it a rich, gio`ssy
lustre, amt a grateful perfume.
, L ., ~,,,
to Gray Hair ita
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co n _
Praeticul &tad Anairt!cal Cheiniats, '
. LOWELL,' MA
San, 3. 3676.
„Ara. o 24?-4,
, z 2721
Drugs,. and Medicines,
• hoice Liquors, Cigars,
4 16:112=0:* Also ft
Es 470 cklar-114-:
If• W. A.
to easoctoteut of *lib oz
NEM COBNI C WIZO L
:174 1 TN 'LI. I
FOO. 81140M14 1 012.2101 1 . /UMW ZUM VT*.
sta., ens will oat be amen to wise ca. quatrer.—.
will Nal show Teas by ilk* dunk of =gar 111 lia/
banal, e 3 u tow Aram ft, the mine ow be meant at
this aide of Near-ark:
P. S. TBY OUB 4 lOLIIIINO TE.A.
I.Ar'Et t 0114.11 Dr. dticr; .
of the Unita 'Mak and way 'gamma's that will not
and.. %lid Articles.
1311EVEMAG., LMIIMIS CIFT•
LEBI AND JEW 9 I, was
We bold tavoly deeireble'illlsee lots far sale fit the
central pert et the tinne ; and 'Di also loan mow at
ray. W. -Webb kete' Me rem fa oar dors,
ahem rboseceuraltel for ! a d vice treatment.
Jan. 1, 1E79-ti GB 3 00=9.
Wow Or sviiary -- Store.;
vo r i l .aut
T E21 4 2 9 4 gPr9 , au4V 4 2 I 3" II AM . Z:11 9 42:
f i t,,t o t t .mmmipadix er e. L. wm...
Clocks, FT , atchts. , Jowelry l
vOlifer eilid - PlittiWTPVird;.
S. D. Weltantifft, one of 04 best workman to nartb.
ern Pemaylvenla, will attend to the
Itepet,fring ''of -4Plito hos,
Clocks, 40., eta
Fur the skilful llotoi . cif *Web Ida atrontoeu yews
praotioal capoitonoo to atialoient
Realaboio - ; itti 2.3,1871-tt _ • fl.m.u-
Valuable Real Estate for Sale.
SEVEN BUIL ING LOTS
FrasbOzo IS WO mob. • onto bslano9
in two amoral payments. O n/S hint/10ml iotin Was,
box% cortuit liarliltriiiVitot , tite. Memo. Throe
bonding 'urea of valnabla *oil and tisnloor UM in
Voisin oroi altnrloaton Township!. tart of Warta%
No. mt. Also. Fifty sows in Monis Township, post
IV warrant No, 410. 'Minis/4
J. or IV. V. =EBY.
114 Bas, litfX) V1144 , 411 TR 1 P, 111 !
ABOUT 110 soma oflan,d known a tie WiSlieSa E.
3Ltbahsiil! arm at =cher* Creek, Wein Cia, Pa.
with three dwelling howtee, a lawn haw NI.II
Rams and othecinkildinolie Ot - the bat location*
for a lumbastodor othafautztufg ,establiahnient
On the Tioga Railroad.
Also, adjoining a lot of about 185 aim, about $0
urea in pasture. Would make a good thruk—tizaber
enough on it for fuel, lumber posts. &0.. to pay for it.
Malt about 750 acres of timber /mid with e
c rrem i a s n i ts, about ut a
ook k t : lta ar r a s iool
is° two lots of land of au sore eac.h, sitaatal at
1 1 :pilidal ere lowl. in the
bar towns& of I,lhriabgr7.:ol
11Z7risalAri 5 a l. to ,Muhiuse ingtiLts of ira. /Ski
11 thd mumbea at Ilitabelre Creek.
C. H. mo m irs.
:an. 1, lirra-g.
Cards! Cads! Gold! Gold!
`'.7lltlng diepb4 dr
W i eV X ted in the highest sty ot the art,tuTA.
den Ink for Ornamental -writing sent to any address
on receipt of prioe. Cards par du., from . 49 cents to
UP. Golden Ink superior to any in the market, 7$
cents per bottle. Address, 8, D. FOREGT,
Jan. 17. 1972-tf. ' 9 0714 8tp.P.1.
BARNIESS' SHOP -
UrR. NAVLE, would say to ttlit Cicada that
. Ilarnass Shop is constantly stocked with
Heavy r andPgl4lfarliesses,
made in a anbit e againannei, 'find ‘4llreriter-itt nrices
that cannot to nit.
Ong ilmte ork short nottOo, =4 In quo but razz.
Iti d see.
lii. 1, 101ay. ozo. w. /LOLL
which i at
en.l n a
effectual' A -f=or
n!!!,: 1- t
I 'lir. It *kofyi
. f I Baer
tEI itS origivai
Stock ' of Winter Goo
13MAVY SWRIB,IO , ST
All othei Goods will be_ told cit great
Wo4,sbozp, ha. 47, 7479.
:17,*6 - Goods L
inoosnaums, sink C4lll, wows ACED exam loam Rua
to as swum varlsty.
Wcdisbaro, Is.. Jam 1, UM
NEW Goo t S
I UT, illEotrion, Droither,
rbrOSSEI CA•CPCO42,6II I
Eat. nz a r 420; ea d outAt Dit&glltsverltaltii.
Pa I" 1 4 1
.1 15 A i 0 4 I I a aD4 tZ ki
ftTr Massy I lab* ,
&u at lieges tatir,h legui
Amoy Goode, Y. aniese Notions, Boots, atm, Hats # Ccips.
maws*. gams emu 90 cents to
"Te lt: 0 4
. 3„00 to •
AU. EgaSiONABLE 040143 arc LIXEMLOIDERAZO LO PBIQES.
Ready-Made Clothing in abundande.
Els restosi tin -
Ibr wows. . oats.
Qua(2lW lats " :ooca, Viroalltp n to 1 . 1 %
Choice z Groc,ries, EteJs
Tau from. -" 60 oeV a tsii" - J
sirthsts. 25 to 80 oestia.
A emus m ... ants.
Rarteres Auger al.. .. . oil omits. f EV l iu ktuaii.' r
Ow motto b. liar &Wing. i iiiii Wk.. saa swot atbAtico to too .04 1 ...." ithicb is 'kings ttko kW to 11 / 34) '
- - We Myth story cats inZliatit of said** in oar has, 14 illva? to 6124ihkee 11, /oak thricab ow sfoook. all In
so li v az oto. pleas j o a tto i. show our floods.
• - . W. J : 11ORTON It 00.
Tired, Largest Establishment In No
. . .
beime.=Hatnicrs - Ivo thew.%
ilioNo, RIIOJU ISLAND Hit WIT
• All au &SOL-6l:auVrA V- 4. ' . ...,:. :... , A
°ie." . .••
Transfer Ornaments, stripe
and Brushes for cOrriage
of all clues pood appestanyzito . attr busbies. kept in stock
a MIR lINLTPO lON =DMA
4‘T CC Ts
iVo MASS 399 M SOS A
Sas as anew. vadat/ of earythalS to tom,
MIT 11160,ZIPED AT
MOM i COXP:I3 m 04114 WIZIABOBO, PA;
viviausesa Asx am=
• maxim nuiox.
47/114 v • ; "
horn Pa. !
VIM A ICUS.
" • r i r ANDREW FOLEY,
.14 who bas long been established
,* Il;I f r .132 U.lO
• Jewelry =lssas Sa
Wellsboro. has al% Ya for Bale. .
=ions klada and rim of
• . ,
dor 611 , rer. Cloaks, Jewelry, Cold. Chains.
eye, = e, Pine. Youclle, Cases, Uohl end
6t6el rens; Thimbles, Fipoons, Razors,
&c., &c., Lc
th most all (Alta articles Usually kapt ILL such et.
:stoments, which are sold low for
C A S H•
g dome neatly, and promptly, and on film*
oged the but ,in Market, having . taken the
ete et lite Tioga 00., wad othex Fairs, and
Is Clectighift the beet washing Mealdnei , invented. It
gay swift a trial to *eta* , the wont skeptics/. Per
sons tvieldag to Intrchase : will ad&ag,
litte returned from a visit East. lam now pro
posed, with a new stook of goods and instruments,
Stip:dor Inducements to those in want of any.
614 In so Jim. Artificial teeth inserted on a new
and bass, at low rates. Teeth oxtnteted with.
Ot tion of the natural teeth a speciality.
W 'maimed. Teruel resacmahla.
A.. B. EASTMAN Detist.
lan. I. uriv4 Walslxi n ro. Pa.
COMPOSE ROSADALIS are
published on every package, there•
fore it is not a secret preparation,
It le a certain cm for - Scrofula,
Syphilis inall its forme, Rheuma
tism. Skin pieeases Liver Com
plaint and all di seases of the
.BOTTLE OP ' 11,0SAI)ALIS
will do more good than ten bottles
of the Syrups of Sarsapanlla.
THE UNDERSIGNED PHYSICIANS
have used Rand/Ilia in their patella,
for the put threeyears and freely
endow it as a reliable Alterative
I and Blood Purifier.
R. T. C. PIJOII of Baltimore.
'IL T. J. BOY K IN, "
R. W. CARR, "
. ANNELL, "
' of Y
DR. 3. L. McCARTHA, CNumi
DR. A. /I: NOBLES, Edgecomb; N. C.
USED AND ENDORSED BY
J. B. FRENCH Er SONS, Fall liivey,
F. W. SMlTlldockson hitch.
tV. iviaEr.L.rat Ohio.
A /110, rep
m 4: L. G. la c , Alukrees.
Our apace will not allow of any en.
tended remarks in4relation to - the
t4rtues of liosadalis. To tho 'Medical
ofession we guarantee a Fluid Ex.
tract superior to any they have aver
pled In the treatment of diseased
Blood; and to the aillieted we say try
Rosadalis, and you will be restored
/Woodall, is sold by all /ingests;
price 91.00 per bottle. Address
DR, CLBECNTS 14 CO.
• Manufectoring Chaoirtt,
DALT:Uni t *34
duly 19, 1921-17
40.ENTS WANTED OR
11V . W%cma
PHASES OF LONDON LIFE.
ItT D. 3. ItutNvil.4, the Iva-known .7eurnalLet.
The Very Largest Commissions Paid.
Ude book is a beautiful octavo of ON pages, =bele
debed with 200 en/ mein" and finely executed map of
Landon, destined anttsseauted exproisly for this work
by eminent ardent. It contains a WI, graphio and
traded atatierlent of the Sleds. am*, and Reendiens
of the gnat NeWoL!stt the world.
, datum= Street, Pn
lan. I, iftril4=
MERCHANT T A iri4ORING I
kb.. 0 r ' Ind a superb aa•
G'?"1.741r. p a s
CLOT 4 3 - .
COARSE &FINE CLOTHING
sad is prepared to manufacturo in the MT STYLE,
mad on the shortest notice. Persons wanting Clothing
N9lll Mame drop in and see my ateoh. Good Frre and
lan. 1.,-Iy. 080. WACINEII.
For Sale or .Rent.
Qom dairy Oulu in Tioga township. Tioga Co..
Pa. about. 2 1-2 miles west' of the Borough of
dant 100 .area improved, and 46 unimproved,—
on it three barns, three dwelling house' an apple
peach orchard, and other fruit tram Terms off.
also adjoining on the weak a - farm and timber lands
from 40 to 200 acres as desire!, with 80 sores =ed,
with a good barn, a good house and apple o
Goad tor a dairyinfg km. 0: B. 05)731012B,
Jan. I, IBM- - Ti o ga. Pa.
House and Lot for Sale.
undersigned offers for sale b 1 House and Lot
giut Main street. in Elkland,Pa., at a very lo®
lot contains one-half taro and Is wader ord.
Midi= Port &c., noto the subs .
=and. Ps.. Web . 91. . co. P. 11.1.2.000 E.
Mrs. O. P. SMITH,
te5411414; 120 W ual elegant 4eaigne in '
and Wilts the radio to all and flaming good' andP.
St ri—no troutao to show goods.
PO. 29,1871. Mra, Q. P. MEL
General Insurance Agency,
NiusoN, TrO & 00., PA.
J. R. & J. D. Campbell,
Ar an = to t i t t l Rd= &it Wall cora,
nil =I Llihtnlng at reasonable mtee. ertravel sad
Minim 11elot perm,y in the =Ales of Tingn
MOO,. J. H. CAMPBELL.
Ziolson. Feb. 7. 11372,4. .1. D. OAUE'BELL.
. A EIDIMWEI NOTICER,Tha unebuilgted baring
been ap9olnte4 Rn antlit;:w to "tlistribute the rand
wising from the Sheriff's sale of the real °stabs of 'Val
entine Lon, will attend to the Males of his appoint.
mint at ea office of Elliott & Bossed on Tuesday the
10th day of April neat. at 1 o'clock POIL •
hitu/0 'Met J. EL BOBARD. Agana.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE...Mu,: touu t riload baying
.heen ambits& au nutlike? to audit. settle, atliunt.
newt =ftibutlon of the fund tlealavett to in
the hauls of John L Mitahall, Rumliar of the will of
EiteeE Iffitehen. lieneneety 1111.1 eked to the duties of
Wimpalatment - at the °Sue of Elliott & Dowd au
WMaitic a n s l7th tW7 of re dent, at
J. A.. Par
Table Linen's, Towels„Nap
All goals In tabs lime will be largely advance
Black Alpatas, Black
Onr stcclt of than goo Is large, and wo are a
Molar PrizatemmiL gandsonie Stook.
We are also sel/Ing out the tkahanee of onr Winter took of Shawls, Dregs Gocds,, nara and Woolens, a
largely minced Vrtoss, so tkat any °se, In need otnueh goods will do wall to tall on na Wort buying
- Very Cheap.
eqrsjaa. rob. 28,1@72.
=ll4 ' n ;"' D
Does every kind of Work
4- L. BODINE, agent, Wallaboro,
J. 8 . . BIIBTED, agent, Blcesborg,
; . . : 9 ;a ••, KnoMile, Pa.
zo: :it. 3i I Jr,. agent, Tiogn, Pa.
la ROW tWI os goods MUM." for th 4 wintni Tinle. T 413 ans9.itinAnt °ample!'" in sTartlePartma
Crockery, Boots alnd S
vad invite 414 tho iocriale QVZioga QowAtp VLD Vitt to =AR pni
arta 101111kpare plot* Vic cloasst !wars wirt be couvitt that this is the place to pay w art,ortey cc
7• Conio one Sig d have a eke rid*, a good time gtiatnally, an d buy just radtt you
4Dak le 38'4
OP OORNENG. N. T.,
re. - 1 4 m.
Tho subscribers invite at •
Bads and Shoes
THE BEST AGAIN!
flu recently beat improsigl is nevr i altberit a Clonbtqo Viny best
. .., ! 11
Never gate out of order, and will run a
Deal purchase a Sewing Machine Of any
The nelmowledged ctusespion Berinsw
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