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THE ASHLAND UNION, AyEMESMY' MORNING AUGUST 29.
ASBLAHD, AUO. 29, 1888.
' J 7pbiI TV5U some of oar subscribers
bring us in some good dry stove wood 1 .
..(j; JJ"".. ," '
" t The corn erop promises large
yield, but the eool weather threatens frost,
'whioh nay disappoint the reasonable ex.
, pectatjons of the farmers.
tSC Down with the "Littlo JoVer"
i and other Bads. Up with the flag of the
' Union, 'with all the Statu represented on
its blue field piece: ' ,
:t"t(f The Young Men's Literary Sooie
J.of Ashland, will meet at the Conrt
.House, OB Thursday evening, ooptemDor
4th. Let all the members be present.
' 'A Address of the Philadelphia
Contention, - whiob we know oar readers
Ma1 very anxioas to read, takes np most
' i of our spaee this weok. 1
iSThe members of the Ashland
. Base. Ball Club, are requested to meet
" at the Engine Boom,' on Thursday eve
ning, to organize.
, v ' Itoraoe S. Koapp is the Demo
eratie candidate for Clerk of the Court in
' Ashland county. He was undoubtedly
- entitled to it. having' been a faithful la
" borer in the Democratio vineyard for
-many years, and being admirably quali
fied for the position, He will be eleoted.
. We congratulate him up on his success.
It will bo seen by referring to the
. advertisement,, that the Second Term of
'' the Ashland Academy will commence on
"Monday, September 3d, I860.' Wo havo
j hmg been in need of such an institution
in our .midst, and we hope our oitucns
rift extend a 1'beral patronage. . Mr
' tXifcittl, the Principal, is a gentleman
of fine education, and baa bad long expe
,; CoNOiBT. -It will be remoiiibered that
the Grand Closing Conoert of tho Ohio
- Kormal Academy of Musio will occur at
the Town Hall, Ashland, on next Friday
evening,' the 3lst. W e merely mako this
announcement, as evervbWy intends bo
:,rn"gl there, and if we should say that it
Will be the grandest aflair ot ktne xinu
'over eiven in this plaoe, tho "rest ol man
kind" would, of course, desire lo hear it
and they could not all get in the Hall ;
welherefore, forebear saying more,
:;! Gband ., Re-Union. We are author
ised by Prof. J. Habfeb Graham, to
' aniiyimoe (hat there will be a Grand Hq
Unib'n of the Old Students of tho Vortnil-
lion Institute, at Hayesville, Ohio, on
Thnmdav. Scntember 13th, 1866. This
T., . '
'trill doubtless, bo an oceasion of interest,
as there will be many a happy greeting
by. those , who, having been , sepcratcd
many years, will meet togother where they
n: ' i. .t J.L -A..1 t.: J.-. . Cl,..lnnlO
veoa gooni weir Benuurpuj ;uyo.
Mille j j,- ...Ji.iio tnsitiul In ti nres
J ' 19 We invite the attention of cur
.readers to the advertisement of "The
Camp, the Battle Field, and tbe Hospit
al," in today's paper. This work, for
genial humor, tender pathos, startling in
.. terest. and attractive beauty, stands peer
. lots among its competitors. Tbe Bank
and Filej as well as the superior offioers,
fcnth North and South, are made illustri-
i)Uli lis pages by whatever of valor, or
skill , of achievement personalty uistin
raiihed them. The work is published by
B. F. J'unkiu &Co., ,173 Race Street,
' WDr. Gioboi W. Hild, of Ash
land, addressed a largo and cnthusiastio
meeting at Lafayette, Itichland bounty
on last Saturday evening. Ho entertain
fdthe audience for an hour and a half
With an exoeedingly able and argumonta
live speech. He revlewod the aots of the
Badieal party, showing oonolusively that
they were the advocates of unj ust and uo
owial taxation negro equality, and op.
poed to the restoration of the Union.
He referred to tbe aotion of tbe ttadipai
Congressmen in' increasing their salary
12000 per session, and giving the soldier
who Mrved his Oquntry on tho field i
battle, f 100 bounty. There was quite
number of soldiers and eonservatives pros
eat and they appeared to be well ploased
with 'tbe manner in which, the Dootor
bandied the Badioal traitors of the Bump
Congress. The meeting adjourned by
gMog ireeohodrs for the speaker, the
Ujroo, anu me vudpuiuuuu. v. .
" bTT7 ;--f ',..'. :
t A'kcntltman was promenading
JJuhlonsbk street with a bright little fol
low who one. out j . i -,
'' pa, there goes an editor 1" '
;'i"Hh, hathl" said the father, .,"-
not make fun of the poor man. God on
)y knows what you may oomo to yot."
THE UNION, IT MUST AND SHALL
There will bo a Grand Mass Meeting
of tho Dcmooraoy of Ashland and ad"
joining Counties, ' ' . ' "
Saturday. Sept., 15, 1866.
The meeting will be addressed by the
following distinguished speakers :
ON, C- L-, YALLANDIGHAM,
HON. R, P. RANNEY,
. HON. J. B. YOUNG, ANO
HON- G. W- GEDDES-
By ordor of the State Contral Com
J. G. THOMPSON, Ch'n,
Dem, State Con, Com.
Thero will be a meoting at Bowland's
School House, on Friday Evoning, Aug.
30ta. Speakers; J. P. Devob and Wm
Also, at Bowaburg, on Saturday even.
ing, September 8tb, 1800. Speakors, J
, Jones and J. P. Devob.
Let there be a good attendance.
There will be a meeting at the Coubt
House, on Saturday evening next, for
the purpose of organizing a Club, and
making the necessary arrangements for
holding the Dcmooratio Mass Meeting on
the 15th of September Good speakors
will be present. Lot there bo a full at
tendance. ROLL OF HONOR
The following persons have paid tho
amounts opposite their names, on sub
scription to tho Uniok, during the last
week, each of whom will accept our
tiianka : , . :
Slaker, Jeromeville.... ...... (5,00
Amos Ililborn.Novnda... ..... 2,50
Geo. Brubakcr, Offioo 8,UU
MoCutchin, Savannah .... , 2,50
Jas. Hearst, " ........
Jas. E. Chase, folk
II. 1). Buth, Mifflin
Er. Ralston. Weston, Va., .....
Jno. Fry, Mobioanville.... ..-..' 2,50
C. Bolls, Albion... , 2,50
Mrs. N. Butan, Olivosburg 2,50
M. Franoe, Now V ituburg...... 2,DU
W. Cowan, 1'orrysvillo.. ........
Geo. McConnell, Orange........
W. Brubakcr, Uffice
William Byland, Uaj03Villo......
1ST At tho annual mooting of the
Aarland County Bible Society held in
tho Presbyterian Churoh, Ashjand, Ohio,
August 22, 1860, the following officers
were eleoted for tho coming year :
President, J. W. Smith : Vieo Presl
dent, A. L. Curtis ; Treasurer and De
pesitary, W, H. H. Potter j Seoretary,
8. G. Bushnell ; Corresponding Seoretary,
Bev. J. BobinBon.
The agent of the Parent Sooioty and
offioials of the County Sooiety oongratu
late the friends of the Bible cause
throughout the county on the flourishing
oondition of the Society. From the report
of the Treasurer and Depositary, and the
general agent, Bov. Tilton, theso facts
aud figures appean Throe years ago tbe
County Sooiety was in dobt to tho Parent
Society about 9 100. It is now out
debt, and we have a credit on tbe books
of the Parent Sooiety in New York of
over 9500. ' During tho past year there
has been collected in the eounty 81,321
86, of which $341,29 was for books sold.
and (980,00 donations to the Sooiety.
This amount has been paid out as follows
Bemittod to tho Parent Sooiety (934,87
donations on lifo .membership, $132,06
paid the county agent for fire months'
servioes and traveling expenses, $254,98,
equaling $1,321 86. The county agent
visited six hundred and thirteen families
of whom 26 were destitute of the Bible
25 of whom wore supplied ; ono only rofus
ioe to rcoeive it. The largest donation
by any one individual was givou by Mrs,
Margaret Ewalt, of Green tp., $30,00.
, , S. G. BusnNiLt,, Sco'y.
pgu To Young pel-sons desiring to fit
themselves for active life by a good prao:
tioal business education, we say go to
Oberlin, Ohio, and attond for a term the
Business Institute of Calkins, Uriffia
Co. The widespread popularity that this
Institution hai gamed ol late is wunout
barallol in the history of eommeroii
sohools. And the profioienoy of its grad
uatos is a standing testimony of the thor
oughness of the drill to be had thero
Dcn't fail to sond for a circular. 4wl0
The following U the vote
in the several Townships, for the eandi'
ates for Auditor, Clerk, Prosecutmg At
torney and Infirmary Direotor, at the Pri
mary meetings on the llth :
715 413 423
Total, 893 653 795 760
rnos. att'i. inf. dibeotob.
. Cory. McCarty. Galloway. MoN.
Mont. 99 290 170 218
Milton 6 18 10 14
Clear. 23 5 22 5
Orange 66 87 54 47
Jackson 30 91 75 43
Sullivan 14 7 21
Troy 13 21 3 32
Buggies, 2 18 20
Perry 61 61 32 91
Mobioan 68 8C 115 90
Ver, 49 118 161 3
Mifflin 0 60 68 8
Hanover 87 91 127 1
Green 93 29 100 32
Lake 4 47 fit ' 1
Total, 574 973 1019 535
tar Toe Ameeican Conflict is al
ready rccognizod by all parties as -the
Standard History of the Bebellion, bciog
by far ths most ' accurate, reliable and
thorough that has yet appeared. The
second vol ume is now in press and will be
issued in September. 'Its attractions excel
mac or. volume 1'irst. it contains over
785 pases and the record ot 75 battles
not men Iionea fcy Abbott or Headly.
Agents are now canvassing this oounty
for this work. It oommends itself by its
- 3 ll . '
uunuur iu an panics.
I) ail a Ut tic and get a thorough hii
I Buy the bestl
Buy the Singor
Fob Sale. A first rato Piano at
great bargain. Also, a West & Wilson
bowing Maohine. For information call
at this office. ' 27tf
Fob Sale. A desirable residenoe on
Cottage Street can be bought cheap. For
ull particulars, call at this office, or five
doors North of tho Catholio Church, East
sue Cottage street.
J5T Costiveness or habitual Coustipa
tion. i! torn these allltctions arise many
ot (lie ailinga ot man. We hoar daily
people complain of heidaohe, nervous do
bility, cel., and generally the cause of the
complaint can be traced, to their constipa
ted habits. A remedy for the cure of
this troublo it what they want. We ro
commend Dr. Boback's Sugar Coated
bills n the best remedy we know of.
Xbey contain no meroury, or other ruin
eral poiaod, and act like a charm on tbe
liver and intestines.: Uive them a trial
On the 14th, at the McNulty House, in
Ashland, bv Hov. J. Robinson, Mr. J
M. IIOBT'ON to Mrs. BA.OUEL SEA
On the 21st inst , at the Miller House
by tbe same, Mr. 15ENJAMIN CBONE
to Miss WAllIUA J. HUWK.ua.
On the 23d inst., by Bev. 8. E. Her
rino. at his residenoe. Mr. EMANUEL
KIPLING EU, to Mig PEGGY ANN
LANDIS, both of Jackson Tp.
On tho same day, by the same, Mr.
PAVID KIPLING ER, to Miss MARY
C . COL!, both of Jackson Tp.
A8H1.ANO FBICEIt CVUBENT,
Flour, per barrel.... ....
Wheat, red, porbubhol.
Corn por bushol. ............
Oats nor bushel.............
Rye per bushol,.. ....... ...... 70
uarlcy por bushol..... .....
Potatoes per bushel.... ....
Butter por pound.... .......
Eggs per dosen.. ...... ....
Chooso por pound.. .4 .... .
Lard per pound......!....
Boons per bushol ...
Dried applos por' pound ,
Clover soed per bushel.....
Salt por barrel.............
Timothy seed per bushol. .J..
Ham per pound...........
Shoulder per pound.... ..
Baoqn... ..... .... ...
No 1 white fish, per half bbl.
No 1 Piokoral do .
White Bas$ . , do
Wool por pound.
Wood bor cord ......8.005.""
Coal per ton U 0,00
. n. !u
-. i , .. i. .... :, :.'' i t '
We have just opened a nice assortment
of tho Celebrated '
COMBINATION SILVER SKIRTS.
. n : "
Thev are more' DURABLE moro
ELASTIC more GRACEFUL and will
keep their shape better thaa any other
Skirt ever manufactured bave taken the
hie-hest premium ever given for a HOOP
BhUBT. , , , .
CALL AND SEE THEM,
LOOK AT THIS.
PARMELY'S PRICES CURRENT!!
Beat Calioo : ..20o.
Good " 12J,
Best Brown Shoetjngs,. .,.-.4-4 22,
" . . 4-4 zu,
ii ii ii.
Best Bleached Muslins,
ii ii ii
, 4-4 80
...... 1.4-4 25,
Best Striped Shirting, ..... . 30o.
DeLancs, best makes, ....
Uhalios, .... .. .........
Dinims.. ......... ........
!riie plaoe to buy Carpets at
Low Figures. , A splendid stock
iust received. , Call and see
them. . .
GBOVER A BAKEB'S have been
awarded the First Promiums at every
State Fair in the Union, for the best fam
ily Sowiuff Machine. ' For cola at No. 1,
8. Internal llovonuo.
THE Assessor of the 14th District has
returned to .me for. Collodion . the
Tax Dunlicato for Ashland County.' "All
assessments of Income, oarriagea, gold
watohes,' silver plate, Pianos, mojodeone,'
and all Lioenoos must be paid at my Of
fioo, No. 1, Town Hall, on or before the
Gtb day of 8cptombeV. ."After that dato,
penalty will be inourrod and oolleoted.
M B. PARMELY,
Popt. Col. Uth District.
Ayer'fl Cathartic fills
A EE the molt perfeot purgative which we
J are able to produoe or which we think
bai uver yet been made by any body. Their
effects have abundantly ahown to the commu
nity how muoh they exeeltha ordinary med
icinisinuse. They are safe and pleasant
to take, but powerful to cure. Their pene
tralinK rroperlies stimulate the vital aotivi-
tieaofthe body, remove the obstractlons of
lis organs, purity toe blood, and expel us
aaso, '1 hey purge out the foul humors whioh
breed and grow distemper, stimulate aluggith
or disordered organs into their natural ao
tion, and impart a healiy tone with strength
to the whole system. Not only do they cure
the ever-day complaints of everybody, but
alio formidable and dangerous diseases.
While they produoe powerful effects, they
are at the same time, in diminished doles,
the i afest and best physio that can be em
ployed for ohildren. Being sugar-coated,
they are pleasant to take ; and, being purely
vegitable, are free from any risk of harm.
Cures hare been made which aurpats belief,
wore they not substantiated by men of such
exalted position and eharaeter, as to forbid
the auspioion of untruth Many eminent
elergvmen and phyiieians have lent their
names to certify to the 'publie the reliability
of our remedies, while others have sent us
the assurance of their conviction that, our
Preparations contribute immensely to the re
lief of our aflltoted, sun ering fellow men.
The Agent below named is pleased to fur
nish gratia our Amerioau Almanac contain
ing direotiana for the use and certificates of
tueir oures, of the following complaints :
Costiveness, Bilious Complaints, Rheuma
tism, Dropsy, Heartburn, Headache arising
rrom foul stomach, nausea, indigestion, mor
bid Inaction of the Bowela and Fain arising
therofrom, Flatulency, Loss of Appelite, all
Disease wbien require an evacuant, meuioine.
They also, by purifying the blood and stimu
lating the system, care many complaints
whiol it would not be supposed they could
roach, euoh as Deafness, Partial Blindness,
Neuralgia and Nervous Irritability, Deran-
gementa of the Liver and Kidneys, Gout, and
other kindred eomplaiuls arising rrom a low
state of the bouy, or oDsiruouon oi us iuno
Do not be put off bv unprincipled dealers
with other preparations whioli they make
morenrofltrn. Demand tzb's and take no
others. The-siok want the best aid there is
for them, and they should have it.
A, &G. W. BIAS-WAY,
On and after the 14th day of May, 1800
trains will leave Ashland as follows :
Express, 7:15 A. M
Wai Frcicht 10:07
Through freight 8:40 P. M
Through Freight 10:24
Through Freight 0:20 A.!M
Express 10:07 '
Trough Freight 2:10 P. M
Way freight 8:40
Theabpve trains will all carry passengers,
Pittsburg, Ft W'yne & Chicago K. B.
On and after May 20, I860, trains will
leave Stations daily, Sabbaths excepted, as
follows: rrrain loaMngUUicago at 0:oU p. m,
TBAINS GOING. WEST.
7. SO do
12 24p. m
11 .02 do
11. SO do
TRAINS GOING EASL
4 40 a. M
0 60 do
8 68 do
7 20 a.m.
0 06 do
1 83 do
5 60 P.
7 68 do
9 83 do
11 88 do
12 26 p. M
10 86 do
11 28 do
10 08 do
12 25a. V
1 80 do
2 84 do
4 66 do
5 26 do
7 40 do
1 20 do
2 14 da
2 47 do
8 6 do
4 25 do
5 03 do
6 80 do
7 01 do
7 45 do
8 85 do
8 87 do
0 14 do
U 82 do
10 20 do
10 60 do
II 17 do
1 46 do
2 14 do
2 45 do
4 07 do
4 40 do
6 20 do
8 60 do
9 20 do
9 50 do
8 22 a.m.
9 22 do
10 25 do
11 45 do
12 05 p. H
1 20 do
2 00 do
2 30 do
11 30 do
12 81 do
8 26 do
4 10 do
4 80 do
6 00 do
1 12 do
1 10 do
2 20 do
8 00 df
9 10 do
F. B. MYERS, Gon.Tiokot Aaj't
' . ' JtOAD NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that a relitlcn
will be presented to tho Commissioners
of Ashland County, Ohio, at their n;xt Sea
... in h. h.td mi the first Monday of Sep
(ember, A. D. 1806. praying for the establish
ment of a Count Road along me louowipg
In wit . rtnirlnntnff . at . the
iltBorioeu r.u,, , o -- i
Norl-wesUornor of the North east quarter of
sootion16) nrieen,iownsmp t.ijiwm.j ...
j MM fiFlonn. and runnlm South
through scolion(16) fifteen, along the lands
A.nml br Philin Heffel6nger, Elenor
ui... T..,ih.. Poller and Jacob Kinney, oros
sing the Hohecau Crcok until it in.eisccts the
road leauing rrom iiyv", "
- JACOB KINKET and
July 26-4 wT- MAKV OTHERS.
.4 JTfOJt-Tfl AGENTS want
tudfor six entirely new anioio
1ntf. Dlddcford, Maine.
XTOTICE Is horcbv rivon that the under
ll slgned-has boon duly appointed and
quaifled ailnilnlslralor of tho Estalo of t)
K IIULili, dee'd, late of Vorniillion township
n. u. rum an.
2,10 r.u 6.46a. h.
8.20 8.n0 .
8,80 " g go
4.13 " Q.m I.
4.62 " 10.08
5.19 " 10,45
8.15 " n.60
7.06 ' 12 42 r II.
7.20 " fib
8.06 ' 1.46
8.86 ii 2.22 ii
, 9.82 ii 8.28 ii
12.25a. m. 6.60
, 1.07 7.80 i.
I. 40 ii 8.01 (
8.00 n 9.20
8.80 " 10.23
, 6.45 " 12.86a.m.
6,28 " 1-80 "
7.20 " 2.35 '
8.19 " 8-3' "
10.00 " 4-15 "
II. 60 0.20 "
D. P. Bbubakkr.
COMES OUT VICTOBIOU8 1
Wo Venture to asay that 1
IBRUBAKER & WINBIGLER ' '
Are selling two-thirds of the GROCERIES
that are sold in Ashland, and why not when
they sell so reasonable. ' .
It would be to the advantage of surround
Ing Towns to buy Iheir Groceries at BHU
BA.KER & WINUIOLEA'8, the sell at New
tora prices wim rreigniaaueu,
Buy your Sugar and Coffee at
13KUUAri.Ml WLiN.t3J.ULi!; US.
Buy your Salt at 1 . ' " ' "
Buy your Fish of
B. & W.
Buy your Fuh, and Coal Oil of
Buy your Syrup and Molasses of
, a. eo w.
Buy your Wooden & Willow Ware, and
Sao traveling Baskets at B. & W's.
Go to BBUBAKER & WINBIGLEB'S
if you want DISHES.
The cry is tho Ponies are doing all the
' To those who use pioo
nnd Coal Tar
B. & W's.
will find it at '
What an enormous lush for the best
FLOUR in town at B. & M's.
There you find glass fruit Jars for can
There you find the best TEA sold in
tVshland. . . '
Take noticeltbat thev have the best
CHEWING TOB A CO O that they
know by tho amount thoy sell of it. . .
Two car loads of SALT sold and one
more on hand.
Newarrivals'of FLOUB constantly.
YANKEE NOTIONS ef all
sold by Brqbaker & Wipbiglef.
The highest price, in Cash, paid for
Butter & Eggs,
gT Farmers, hero is the place to sell
your Produoe and buy your Groeories.
BBUBAKER & WINBIGLEB,
May 9, 1866 6m48 '
Bcrofula, SyplMit, Skin Hit "
ease, Old Sores, Salt liheum,
Liver Complaint, Rheumatism,
Fever and Ague. St, An
erysipelas, Tumors, Eruptions,
Fits, Scrofulous Con
q q q c; q q ?
ONM pftfuoii writes, her daughter wu oared
Of Ftif of Dine years)' .itaoding, ud 8L Vitus'
dtuce of two ywtrt,
ANOTHER whtei, hit eon wu cored after
hie flesh had tlmoit waited wy.
The dooton pronounced the cue Inonrtbie.
ANOTHER wu oared of Ferer end AgM
ter trying every medicine in hit reach.
ANOTHER wu cured of few Sore which
bad existed fourteen yean.
ANOTHER of Rhentnatiam of efghl year. -
Caaet Innumerable of Dyspenaie and Livef
Complaint oonlrl be mentioned, in whioh the
Fullier and Fills work like ft charm
THE BLOOD FILLS
An tfa molt mIIt Md Iborongh pllli thai
bmra Tr bm Introduced. Tbe; ot m dl
recllr upon tho LlTer, ozoiting Ih.t orgu to
uch an eilent u that Iha ijwra doaa not ra
lapaa Into id former eoodltion, hlrh ii too ap4
to be the oaao with almpljr a purgaUta pill.
Thej ara railly a
BLOOD AND LIVER PILL.
. and la coaJunoUoa with tba
w ill euro all th aftiramaatioMd dlaaaaaa, tat, . .
of UwaualTaa. will rellara and eur
Headaohe, CostivenesB, Oolio "
Pains, Cholera Mortras, ' V
Indigestion, Pain in the Bowels,
Dkzine88, &o.t &o. v. ;
Stomach Bitters 1
Should be nted by oennlMeantt to ttnogtbao
tha proatraliMt which alwaja ftillow
diaeaaai - ,
Try tbaaa maillclnM, rew-wmeffwna.
rral Ii, Aak yoor neiRhbora who bara oM
them, and they will aay ther ar GOOD '
MEDIOINaB, and you ahould try tbam b.
or going lor pbyakiku.
PRINCE, WALTON t CO.,
. (BoooeaaoritoDr. O.W.Boback.) . ;
TSot, 60, 68, 60 & 03 B. Third St,,
.. CINCINNATI, O. ' "
Are Sold by ill Druggist ind
Dealers In Patent Medloinea
, v : K V u a 'A- a ttki Iu
) .1.1 ,
At Iris Store, Bearfyjof poke tU TOWlf
UA.Lt, is aelliog oft hit
V 1? I
And in faat, KTEBTTHIF6 msallj
found in a FIRST CLASS STORlC. .
We hvita Mpaoia attentlo to oar
Which is full nnd complete, embraeiag
every variety and style ; and which will
be SULU UUc&rliii; than can M doskm
at apy Store in thia part of tha wnnirv
Til.l ' .'' Ill ( .lOllll'J
Also, spkndid lot ol .. .
Carpets 1 !
' In order to maiaroo fo; MQ
ply, we will sell Oooda AT COST 1 ..
. Kcmemberthla when yon some ta Aa
land, and give nsa call before parchaaia
..-i!t "1 vwilii. I'M aW
, Having tot om jotUa,, i
; Quih Soldi aaafi Sma9 Profit' lf
' (t.r "ill lt'- t'l" !: uov"
l ... .,piia sJujmjial
i We aro dolermioed not Is be voder
sold by any one.
i o.i:.;.-rr.'.y::o .x '
Call and examine oar Goods and rrieea,
and be eonvinoed that we eaa toll vota
the best Goods for the Ltuil Money, that .
any other Store in 'own. v' .'r -iJ .
Ojbo) t. w. nvotiEi.