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R.M.FURMAX, 1 " '
JORDAN STONE; i-EMTOBS:
i D. CAMERO.N, " J
WED'SDAY EVN'G, AP'L 22, '85.
19 OO FEB - .iTXT-CrZi.
-Senatdr Ransom says Cleveland
is a great and a good man, and his
administration has already elicited
the approval .of the country, v ? ?
It is now stated on high medical
authority," . that" the malady which
affects Gen. Grant is skin cancer,
and is v not helieved to be beyond
the search of science. 7 The" General
and his friends are now very hopeful
of a prolongation , of life, if not of
permanent recovery.. , vj
The latest .London News, v dated
20th, give indications of a predeter
mined misunderstanding between
Russia and Englancf,;"and all Sun
day the English Cabinet was in ses
sion :' considering .V. the ; situation
which had become more serious." Tf
jeports aje $rue as given out Moni
dayj .an opeh "declaration of war is
inevitable. 1 -. : .. ' " -
.Washington City uewspaper cor
respondents are ; - endeavoring ? 1 0
precipitate "a war between. Randall
and Carlisle, for the next Speaker-
- shirx ' All that is being said in this
matter is purely speculation. - Con
gress will assemble next December,
and there", will.be no-scramble over
ihtf Speakership. Randall, Carlisle
and 'all other democrats are in ac
cord" on the' Democratic platform,
and no divisions in the . party : will
occur,' the . wily , correspondents; to
the contrary., . :
. ' " p '
Goldsboro is agitated over the
proposition for a subscription to
build the Goldsboro, Snow Hill and
Greenville Railroad.- ; The Messenger
favors the subscription. It will be
a great benefit to Goldsboro and
that section. ; Wilmington is anx
ious for the construction of the
Onslow road, which may be exten
ded to Newbenu. .We hope both
will be built-We are glad to hear
of the construction of a railroad. , in
any section of the State. . ."
The Cresignatior2 from - the new
Cabinet of France ofM. Clamergeau,
the Minister of Finance, is said to
have been due to the opposition
among his colleagues, in view of the
nearness, of. general elections in
France to his proposed policy- The
policy involved the raising of anew
loan to meet many necessities of
the Government, and also the most
rigid economy in the Departments
, and all items called for in the bud--
gets. M. Clamergeau's : colleagues
wcio .iuiiuu ucgiu uicif jiuv em
inent in the face of a general elec
tion by borrowing money and pub
licly running the republic further
.into debt, and were equally afraid
to - make a public declaration in
favor of .musual economy in the
Departments, in the face of the hard
times in France 'and the general
popular clamor, for Governmental
relief.:' through" appropriations for
vast public improvements M. Clam
ergeau was ' honest' and firm,' and
had to retire before the opposition
of his more politic colleagues.
THE VIRGINIA DEBT QUES
, tion. -'A:S S7..
. , On Monday the Supreme Court
of the United States rendered . an
opinion ' in the Virginia coupon
cases. Seven different cases.' in
volving the; right of .persons to pay
taxes in coupons ,01 .Virginia state
bonds were appealed to the Supreme
court. These cases arose under the
"coupon killer" act, and ; others Of
similar purport passed ; by the Vir
ginia -legislature -? These Acts prac
tically forbade the pay ment of taxes
in coupons of the State bonds.; In
some of the cases parties who ten
dered pay nient'of taxes in coupons
and had. them refused brought suit;
and in others, upon the refusal of
parties Id pay - taxes in other : me--dium
than coupons, the tax collec
tor levied upon the property of said
parties, and they resisted, so that
the principle involved in various ca
ses was the legality of the! coupons
as a medium for the payment "of
- Justice Matthews rendered - the
opinion,, which . maintained the va
lidity of the coupons as a medium
for the payment of taxes..
It .goes ; to Mthc , root of "the
whole Virginia- debt question, and
involves similar .- acts by the
, legislatures of other . Southern
Justice BradleV read the dissent
ing opinion of the minority of
iue court, eigiieu mmseji, umei
Justice Waite and Justices Gray
andMiller. . . -., ., ... . r, -
Pleuro-pneumonia v is " rapidly
spreading among cattle in Missouri.
Little effort to eradicate the disease
is being made, though .the' cattle
trade is sufTering severely. -The
State authorities have been peti
tioned to take the matter inliand.-
Gen'l Grant enjoyed a drive on
Monday. On the 27th ho will cele
brate his sixty-third birthday.
, Chicago grand jury has guiio to
work on the allotd election .frauds
in the late municipal election
The news from the Anglo-Russian
imbroglio indicates a more ..friendly
feeling. , Despite this war prepar a-,
tioris continue ' - : - - - -'
President Cleveland, it is said
desires, if possible to accept the in
vitation ' to attend the National
Commercial Convention to be held
in Atlanta next month it; -
At Glendale, a suburb of Cincin
nati,' D.iWj Charles was attacked by
a highwaj'man,- whom he shot dead.
The corpse was spirited away before
officers arrived. ' '
" The colored peo'ple of Florida
have just closed a great camp meet
ing., ,.The best "get off" - at the
meeting" was from t A young "copper
colored : exhorter, who tried to de
scribe the splendors of Heaven, uh
til language , failed him and he
stopped. - Just then a bright idea
seemed to JstriVe him,' and he ex
claimed -?Bret'nen and Sisters, aJi.
oh 1 Tlallilugah l--ah, every street
'een Heaven-is as, fine as Bay street
n Jacksonville. - 1
-A' Washington '.special' eays :
Lionel Sack ville West, British Min
ister to the United States, was asked
whether he had received any inti
mation from -his Government as to
its tariff policy in Case of war bej
twe'en England gnd Russia, espe-
ciallv with regard, to American
cerals. He replied that he had not
but intimated tnat he tnougut Eng
land would not be likely to' depart
from her free trade policy, and that
breadstuff's would ter likely o; be
taxed only - in case ; ' of a serious
financial strain, which he sees no
reason to fear at present;. 'iis4-
' When, soon after the - war, f.thc
United States sent a monitor to con
vey to the"Czar the. resolutions Vof
Congress congratulating him. on his
esca pe- from assassin ation, , the offi
cers: of thei American vessel ' were
gorgeously entertained -at Sfc'Feters
burg. At ': a great banquet at th e1
Winter Palace the 'enthusiasm ran
so high that a fair young princess
tore the diamond necklace from her
throat and threw it down the table
toward ; the officers, . exclaiming:
"Aux " Americans !" The string
broke and the diamonds , scattered
over the floor. The officers picked
them uj and pressed them to their
lips amid shouts of "Vive la Russie!
Vive les femines Russes !" '
; The Duke of Edinburgh,' better
known as' Prince ' Alfred, is ; the
brother-in-law of the Czar Qf Russia.
In the event of a wax with the Mus
covite the Duke ; will retire to Ger
many, so Edmund Yates says, and
remain until the restoration of peace.
Still we. can imagine that there will
be trouble at the Duke's breakfast
table when the dispatches are read
announcing that Mr, Bull has just
slain a few brigade's of Cossacks, or
has Dombarded a Russian seaport.
The Prince of Wales is mildly re
lated to the Czar-rthey having mar
ried sisters but the relationship is
not" such as to divide "the distin
guished families. y,; ;V
The jolly good time the Ameer of
Afghanistan has been having with
Earl Dufferin calls to mind .the
smiling self-satisfaction of the (very)
green turtle basking-in the sunshine
on the sidewalk utterly oblivious. of
the legend chalked. on his back
"To be served, up in soup to-mor
row." Where ignorance is. bliss 'tis
folly to be wise. The'Ameer seems
to be about the only intelligent per
son in existence who does not know
that the question, is only., which of
the two, Russia or tLngjand,. shall
swallow him.k-: v :'r.;;-K.,f:r,
i , The London. Standard of the 20th
believes that the following" are the
basis of the reported compromise be
tween England and. Russia. . .
; ' Russia consents to an immediate
meeting betw eeh .Gen, : Zelenoi and
Sir Peter Lumsden at Pul-I-Khatun,
Russia and England liaving agreed
to limit the zone .to be debated to
the territory .between the : Lessar
line on the South 'add a line from
Ak-Tegre to Pui-I-Khatun on the
North, excluding Pul-I-Khatun and
including Penjdeh. 1". Russia renews
her assurance that no-further ad
vance will be made" provided the
Afghans do not, attempt to regain
their former positions. The com-r
mission' ! are instructed to find a
practical frontier North of Mervchak
and to the South of Pul-I-Khatun,
restoring Zulkifar and Akrobat to
Afghanistan. Penjdeh - is to : be
ceded J.o . Russia, and' a friendly
agreement is, to be made with the
Ameer.- v. ,
The Supreme Court of Mississippi
has decided that the railroad, com
mission created by the last Legisla
ture was a legal tribunal." The
court practically holds tha t, every
railway train from the' time it en
ters till it leaves the State is within
the taxing power of the police regu
lations of the State exclusively and
not of the general government, but
the "francliise right to affix : their
rates of charges .within, the" liraits
Erovided by one Legislature cannot
e impaired by the action of a sub
sequent cne. -
at Lyons' , .
Ex-Sc'Cretary of StalsFrclinghUy-scn-is
frowin vc:T cr evsry day.
. His announced tliat Queen Vic
tosii will soon visit Ireland.
Since--England, has deserted the
Soudan, the Arabs have caught the
fever and are deserting , the
prophet. ' ' ' '
"..Tammany ..Hall- re-elected John
Kelly' last Monday -night, to be
grand figure-head of that institu
. The President . and several mem
bers of the Cabinet will attend the
Commercial Convention to be held
in Atlanta in May . - ;
' ' Gen'l ' Lawton has declined the
Russian Mission, which'was- again
tendered him. "on Monday - We
would suggest the name of Hon. W.
R. Cox, - the "present able member
from the Raleigh district. - i .
There is: little, doubt that the
winter wheat crop has been serious
ly injured by unfavorable weather
of the spring. The Lafayette Cou
rier estimates -that the crop-in In
diana will be; 15,000,000 bushels
short of that of 1SS4. - " ! - -;
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Norfolk was diverted from her
Bank failures on Monday by the
sudden a'ppearance in her ; harbor
of a Russian war ; vessel, closely fol
lowed" by a -British war vessel.
Both . were saluted -by our , naval
authorities but' whether thev
smiled on each other or not 4s not
stated. : " ' - , '
- ,The New York Evening Post, de
nies that . Solicitor General Phillips
is to.be removed, -but states that he
"expects to retire." whenever;; the
Attorney-General can find a' suita
We scucessor. .There are many, ap
plicant, the, Post says, but most of
thenl;aTe not qualified. North Car
olina'has had the name of a gentle
man on file: for thisappointment,
who is not only well qualified,' but
would reflect credit upon the whole
department. We refer to Judge D.
G. Fowle. ; ' . i '
: "The United States are a success
ful republic," says the Philadelphia
ie&;f,"Oh,'noLThe United States
is a successful republic,", answers
the New York Sun. How sad it is
to think xf the blood that "was shed i
and the money spent in aquarter
of a century ago to settle fne ques
tion whether . these; United " States
are. a republic, or is a republic, and
that the newspapers are not agreed
about it yet. Baltimore Ameri
can. :-- ; ;"-.!" -
It certainly is sad to know that
respectable authority insists - that
the jale war was fought over a
question of grammar, with :; which
all. half-grown school boys are sup
posed to be familiar,' obsryes the
Washington Post. ' -
VHoav Booin Passed the Picicets.
-'-'Did you ever know how Wilkes
Booth passed the; pickets on ,the
bridge of the eastern branch of the
Potomac thct fatal night?" said my
friend. "I will tell you as it was
told me. by the : old sentinel who
was ; that night- on duty there. ; A
half hour before the time agreed
upon, by, Booth to meet Harold, the
latter, who had; lived in the neigh
borhood of the bridge all his life,
and who was across the river in the
little village ofw Unipntown then,
crossed the bridge to come over on
the Washington side. "Who goes
there ?" said the sentinel on the
bridge. "A friend, going for a doc
tor;" replied Harold. "Pass," said
the sentinel. He quickly rode up
Eleventh street to ! Pennsylvania
avenue and Eighth street," and there
in the darkness waited until the
thundering hoofs of; Booth's horse
were heard coming down Pennsyl
vania avenue. The two; horsemen
then started down Eighth street
toward the bridge on that ride for
their lives, which ended in Garrett's
burning -barn in iVirginia 'a. hun-
dred i miles ': away. "W ho goes
there ?" . rang out on the air. from
the startled sentry - as the two hor
ses bam e rushing toward the bridge.
Harold was ahead and cried oiit'A
friend,.' with ' the doctor The two
men passed over, the bridge, and it
was perhaps several hours after-the
reverberations of th. horses' hoofs
had died away before the sentry
kne'w who the men in such a hurry
really were, and when he found out
he was nearly, scared, to death for
fear he had failed to do his duty. "
. MO. C. CL1TTOS,
1 r (Rear EAglb JIotel) -,
.. ASHEVILLE, N. C.,
xijuruFjiCTViiEEi or cof-
CkFFiJ-s made in First-Class Style of
Walnut, Mountain Birch, Poplar, Pine
and Maple of the best quality, ' Satisfac
tion Guaranteed and Low Prices charged.
. He asks that the public call and
see for themselves.- .
SPiIO-12mo6 - ;
' . EVJEflY DAT ENCrCI.OPEIIAv
the prenm ot 50 standard volumes in one.-
A rich thing forthose who want to make money.
The sales are just tremendous. 15.000 copies sold
in Eastern N. C. the past winter. Men now want
ed for Western N. O. s -
- Special iri'iiicem.ei!f to experienced agents
ana students. Ho capital necessary references
Also to sell Pace & Woodworth's (treat Republic
Mnns and Charts of Cleveland and Hendricks.
me lur terms to
PAGE i WOODWOnTITr
or P. J. Pase," Asheville, N. C.
ap 13-d 2 mos v 1
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S. R. KEPLER
Is' prepared to. supply the wants of
housekeepers of Asheville and
surrounding country with Fine Gro
ceries and Tahle Delicacies of every
description. We make a specialty
of' the Finest Teas and choicest
grades of both Green - and . Roasted
Coffees. My friends and the public
are assured that all articles sent-out
by me are strictly first-class and at
prices as low as the market and
quality of goods permits.
- CHOICE NEW CROP TEAS.
Gunpowder, Eiigliah Breakfast," . . -Formosa
Oolong and Japau
Selectel l&r their superior drawing qualities ano
flavor, , - ,; . - -
HIGHEST GRADE COFFEES
Old Gov't Java Coffee, green and roasted,
Genuine Mocha, " " -.
ijiguayra, feaberryi Jrtincy uomert kio.
Finest Table Raisins, Seedless RaLsins,
Currants, Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel,. .
Oranges.-Iiemons, Finest Figs, - .
Cocoanuts, French Prunes.
Mince Meat, Plum Pudding,
Canton Ginger. Crystallized Ginger,
Jellies, Preserves, Olives,
tinest ltaiianunTe uur lavoring turacis,
. atine, &c. :- . -
V r -TABLE SYRUPS, &:
Finest Ker Olatufs ItoUsscv -
Rock Cendy Symp, J ' . ;: '
Pure Golden Syrup and Extracted Honey
Keillor's Dundee Marmalade and Jams,
Prepared Buckwheat Flour,- .
Edam, and Pine Apple Cheese ." .
Canned Fruits, Vegetables and fifth.
French Peas, French Mushrooms,
Oyster Bay Asparagus, Shrimp, - '
Deviled Crab, Soused Mackerel andTrout
Boneless Sardines, Boneless Herrings,
Crlifomia Peaches, Pears and Apricots, , '.
Preserved Straw hemes, - -Preserved
Pitted Cherries,. .
Bahama Grated Pineapple, : . ,.-
Canned Whole Tomatoes Finest goo
Finest Chewing Tobacco,
' Key West Cigars, -. " .
Cigarettes, . - ' r
At KEPLER'S. - -'
; Dealer in Fine Groceries. .;
' Opposite Eagle Hotel.
OF THE FIXESX FRUIT AND STOCK
- Farms in' Western 3V. C,
1-2 mile from 15 re Tard
.: Orchard 2,000 apples", 500 peirrsv plums, peaches,
cherries and 10,000 grape vines, choicest varieties.
4 new Tobacco. Barns. r
with Iron flues. .
- Land suitable for Yellow Tob-UfV5.
aeco. Fine meadow.' - ttt ! i 1
Good dwelling GfeS
rooms. Tenant houses. Stables, Ac. :
; . -' -Address - -
- : - , . , : S. E. LUCAS, Brevard,, K. C.
; m chl9-2t w ".I"
Door, SasliFIM Ms,
Thos. . Clatton,
Fully eQulpped with the latest machinery, and
with an inexhaustible supply of the bst hard
and soft timbers ou tha continent," my facilities
for filling ordeTsr promptly with the very best
goods are unsurpassed m tne soma. .
WHOLESAIE OB RET All- :
Fine Mouldings and Newel Work, Inside Finis .
in Hard and Soft Wood, Fancy Front
and Vestibule Doors a specialty. .
All orders sent or given the undersigned, or U
E. 8. Clayton, Superintendent, will recei7
prompt attention, and
' 4' i l Tlios.--Ii'Clay ton 1
feOO ly -: - - '- ' ': ' : '- '
To Let orForSals,
On VERY EASY TERMS,
EI0UOEO MID LOTO
; IX TIUS CITY.
Api'lv to - - --
iiOIIBLEDAY & SCOTT.
inch 18-4 mos s w . " .
' . JOHjY SAUL'S
fIATAI.fii:E nf Now. Rare and Beautiful
Plants for 1886, ready in January, with colored
It is full in really good and beautiful plants, as
well as all the novelties of merit.
The rich collection of fine Foliage, and. other
Greenhouse and Hothous Plants, are well grown
and at low prices.
Free to all my customers; to others, 10 cts; or a
plain copy gratis.
Catalogue of Seeds, Koses, Orchids, Fruits, etc.,
gratis. : . - .
JOHS SAUL. Washington, D.C.-
feb 13- vv i jios .
OK SALE, A' THOROUGH BRED . .
. JEiSSEY BD1L CJAtF '
of the Victor Hn-ro Strain. The same a3 thnfof
tl)R cni;iirii.lcd fi.w :nrv Ar-.notSt. Lflmbert, who
rnve ii t!i. vi oz. of butter in an official test of
7 da vs. The jii and dam of this calf gave over 1G
ths. of butler in. 7 diivs. at 4 years of age. For
pedigree and price, address
nn 1d 1 w w 1 m
A-.linviUe, X. C.
T 5 J v
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A beautiful line of ..New Spring andj
Summer Drv Goods,' Dress Goods, White
Goods, Mill jnerr, . Gents' - Furnishinajs,
Hatfi,&c.', now-open . for inspection at
lowest market valuefc' Cult and lie coo
vinceL ' , ,
. . , ,, "Respectful v, j .-; . ....
S. WIIITLOCK, Ag't.'
CORXER- PATTON AVRNL'B AND MAIN ST.,
. OPPOSITE COCRT SQUARE, , ...
IS COHPLKTE . IN EVERY . XESPECT,
AND JS PREPARED TO DO ALL ;
. ... -MANNER OF- .' -
A T THE LO WXVST HQ USES, .Ilf THE SSOS T
1ST POSSIBLE TIME AND IS THEBES J '
We Will Not Be Underworked
O VOU WANT
. HEADS; PAMPHLET
' PRINTING, TAGSr !
, LAND DEEDS, ,
Mortgage Deeds, - '-
ST AT 12 - WARRANTS, :v
CH ATTEL MORTGAGES. &c.
QALL AND OBTAIN SAM
PLES AND PRICES BEFORE!
IGIVING YOUR ORDERS,
U. S. COMMISSIONER'S BLANKS
OF ALL KINDS. '
; . Proprietors. .
X. BRAND CO,
" " ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Metallic and AValnut Cofnnscojiot-.ntly
on hand. Every requisite of ths hxu-'.v -
furnishftd. All cahsday orni i;tproio; t-
ir j.'isweiv.i. . ilPHr i irii.-.teu w -. i
desired . " ml.-wly -
1! AS . " .v . !
Having bought out the old established house of Mr R.S. I3ETHKI.I.
I am now prepared to furnish, at the lowest possible figures, all kimls
and classes of , . , : . . '.
iiiinnracing nanasome vvajnut ana ash Miits ; Walnut, Mahogany ami
Ash Bedsteads; Parlor' Suits ofdiffereut grades, from the liandaoroe'st (o
II.. 1 ... .. l f .tir i . i
the plainest"; cheap' Bed -Jloom Suits, consisting of 10 pieces ; Bureaufs
Loungee, &c. , ..; -. ..; :.;;-..-''v;. , I-.. ...
DfS Messrs.' Chas. A. Moseley and B. M. Jones will ' remain with in e,
and'would bo glad to serve their friends and the public generally.
- -.vv" b. , Williamson;
; ja30:waswly -. .. '.,-.' Patton Avenue,' Aehcville, N. C.
The public are now cordially invited
n n .
- I have been somewhat delaj'ed in getting ready for business,.' but now
have "a good and substantial stock " . " .
; TO 3SO"W pi!: r;;'- -
I intend " to sell goods cheap and for cah in hand.. My stock. con
sists of . , . . " : . . , -;.- '
Bedsteads, all qualities; Bureaus, Washstands, Tables,-Chairs, Mrittrescw,
. Springs,. Wardrobes, Desks, Towel Rack?, Parlor Suits,
Carpets, Window Shades and Oil Clothe. '
T will jilsn hjtv-o in n filiort Ump n' nici linn nf
'Hoping you will call and examine my stock before buying,"
- -I am respectfully, ' ;
mhlvS-sw&w ' .- .
G." OBEE :and ' SOITS COMPAITY'S
- SPECIAL COMPOUND FOR TOBACCO,
Baltimore, Md by OTaer fe; Sons Op.
' '' TheS almost unparalleled success that has attended the use of our
Fertilizer in the past, shows that our - - ; : .' ' ":
is f just the ' food required for growing GOOD, . FINE, arid FANCY
BRIGHT YEIJjOW. TOBACCO. We claim that iur .
' - tit ' f. ll' -i r .'- - ; -
, opuuitii uuuipuunu Tor louacco '
is especiaHvalapted to the production of a TobaccQ of JLarge Size.
Smooth JLeaf, Fine Texture, and Bright JLcmon Color;
and, further,, that Tobacco grown by it Reta ins Color: after Clft
ing, Unusually ivell. Superior, not onlj - inthe production ol
Tobacco of Better Sisa Leaf, Smoother Testuia ard Erisrhter Color.
but that it can be applied to land Much Easier.. 'with. Le?s E-menee
and with rnore tmifnrmilv? tliprIw
. V , ii - T7 J ' J
a crop of Tobacco.- -
Messrs. Ober A Sons f.o.. Baltimore. Md. .
Gents. I haye been using Ober'g Special Compound for Tobacco for qrjt a iuimber ot yearsi anil
fin4 it one of the best fertilizers ever used. I cheerfully recommend It to those wanting a goaJ
G. Ober A Sons Co.. Baltimore. Md. :
i nave need Uber s bpeciai compound for twelve' ears, and prefer it to any other fertilizer
- : f - h . v v , ; - Voura truly, , W. H. THOMSON.
Messrs. O. Ober & Sons Co , Baltimore, Md.:
Gehta I bave been using your Special Compound
for me. I consider it one of the best fertilizers that
Send for -circular. - A ,. full
ways on hand. ,
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r"?. P T : r? O fcili,Tofeis3j'Mrtot!ies!''ialtretmeiito CaiirrK.
iiroat. Lunar Disa foumliir ot trie Am. Oxyrn Co., far to pro
Guc.uii o: tixa.t unati . ui f uiim .;y .aiwl iijr InntiiuoiitiK wtUoi Jinown u tb
Off wm r
Fnr thn relief nd cure or Consumrtton, bronchitis, Aatrtma.
Hay Fever, Catarrh, Nrvoue, Prostration, eto. Krud iiw.
loi ihe "Manual," i Intemtinii book ot 120 paste Four Colored
Plates Auui-eis dr. PEIRO, Chicago Ooera Houtt.lMM
S-crefcrbTpcrmlRfiirintoafBwnfonrpatTns! l i.tHltAtW,ILL.
Hon. Wm. Pertn Mxon, Ed. inter Oftjan, Chicago.
F. H. TuhOfl, t sq.,iimagRr W. V. TeLCo., . Crilcago.
: Cen. C. H. Howard, Hr. T. B. Caroe, Chicago.
O .W. Nixnn, M. O., Mr. Ntta O. Rood, . Chlcano.
Henry B. ttiles, - - - NewVork.
1 W. It. Our Ominm i mfelv mt a-nvirhrre in fh VMtfit State, Canada
irh urope ly ixpfrtss, i,as plain, campuif ilirccliotu wuA men tnatmttU.
to call and examine-my stock ol
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