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V AftirfaHm"; tlwItoaraawtV&iett
tef iamedntely extinguishing ' lire, the
inost important poirtOBere W prevent iU
spreading tb m&ftmHbg buildings, or
conmansntilaZ'TO the opposito square.
"0-Tb prevent' ft TTom crossing the street,
ttoBDttotettfe following simple and cheap
plan tnu De lomna tHectttai, it taken in
t Kivet rings securely six or eight feet
apart, to the upper side ot ordinary nose,
tie hose to be perforated with holes on
one side every six inches. This h.se is
to be hung np under the cornice, or be
tween the brick or stone, the rings
attached to uic hose being put 01. over
the spike-heads, thus holding it securely
in place. It can be put up rapidly by
the hook and ludder company. Then
attach an ordinary tight ho.vs to the end
of this perforated" hose and bring down
to the ground and back to the engine.
One engine will force through this hose
a sufficient stream to cover the cornice
and the entire front of several houses
with a steady sheet of water. If the per
forated hesc extends a considerable dis
tance, or a whole square, put an engine
to the other end. These engines stand
ing out of reach of the tire, will force
water through the hose long after the
firemen are driven from the front of the
house on fire, or from the street; and, as
the hose will always be wet from water
spattering against the cornice and against
the wall, it will' not be easilv burned.
With proper activity on the roofs of
nouses, the fronts ot winch arc tuus pro
tected, it wUlbe almost impossible for
any ordinary fins to pread. Ot course,
in thus giving the plan briefly, many de
tails ane omitted, siieli as tue oesi unci
quickest way to put up the perforated
hosc means ueceary to adopt where
tuuses are of different heights, and to
S utilize inc guiicrs.
This plau, in ordinary cases, will not
only effectually prevent tires from
spreading, but in narrow and even
ordinary streets, will protect the build
ings opposite from having the cornice,
window sash, frames or blinds burnt or
blistered with the heat, or glass from
being broken, often of great value. This
alone wiN more than pay the cost at
nearly every considerablelirc. Is this
plan now? If so, how easy to test it.
A. HAlsON, Waiuington, V. U,
Grace Greenwood, in a recent letter to
the JS. Y. Ixmes, dated at Salt Lake Ci
ty, thus speaks of the new poet, Joaquin
ill Her, then in that city and sojourning
in the same hausehold :
"In person he strongly reminds one
ofX. P. Willis; but in manner and char
acter he is most unlike that dainty poet
and brilliaui man of sociefy. lie is a
simple unconventional, and apparently
unspoiled by English adulation and so
cial petting. lie seems to be a man of
no disguises or pretensions, is still.
where he leels at ease, as impulsive, na
tural ana unsuspecting as a boy, yet
not wanting in keen perceptions of char
acter and a certain cool, quiet shrewd
ness, which, if I mistake not, has had a
good deal to do with the late remarka
ble success in literature. Undoubtedly
he has genius, but he seems to lack, if
not tnc artistic laculty, the habit ot sys
tematic efforts and concicntious study.
Yet ho looks as much like the artist and
the sudent as the " Wild Singer of the
Sierras." Ho dresses like ayoung pain
ter, showing his brown velvet coat and
dark sombrero and rich fur overcoat,
his jewelry, and crimson necktie, an
eye for effect of light and shade, a sen
suous delight in ornament and collor.
But his face is pale and thoughtful, tha
expaession of his eyes grave and intro
verted, and he has something of a schl-
arly stoop. In short, he looks far more
like a man who spent his best years over
the desk, than like the hunter, the min
er, the reckless rider and fighter, the
daring, romantic frontiersman that ho is
said to bo. Doubtless our literature
needs some freshening, half foreign cle
ment, and it may be that new life and
strength will flow into it through the
songs of the most imaginative and dra
matic poet but ho seems to me to be in
danger of thinking that great poems sings
themselves that he can continue to take
Some time since, a variety merchant
in the country wished to order from a
hardware stoaein the city something for.
nis tailor customer, and wrote as ioiiowb
"Please send mo two tailors' gooses.'
Not liking the grammar, and fearing
his New York friends would laugh at
him, he destroyed that orderanu wrote-
- Please send me two tailors' goose."
After the letter was sealed, he was
was troubled in his mind lest tber should
scud him a couple of live geese, pur
chased from some tailor, when ne iook
the document from the postofficc, de
stroyed it, and for two days thought of
nothing'cxccpt how to word his oruer
so it could be understood, and according
to grammar. At last bo gave it up in
despair, and wrote :
Please send me ono tailor's goose
and, d n it, send mo another one just
How is this for a sermon in church ?
The place is a'sacred edifice in Bath,
Alainc. The pew is crowded. The ser
mon is loner. A respectable citizen noes
to sleep. In close proximity to him is a
lady. The preacher was in the midst of
the closing prayer, when the slumberer
astonished the congregation by grunting
in a tone of "complaint : " Come, come,
Sarah! lay along; don't crowd so! lay
over !" Sarah, who was fortunately in
the pew also, never for a moment lost
her presence of mind, but administered
a timely poke with her parasol, which
awakened her dormant lord, and pre
vented any further remarks on his part.
A warning to sleep- auditors or long
winded preachers no matter which.
ftral .Estate, fnsuranrr, &r.
A. S. Koran.
The Chicago Times, a few days ago
contained this notice: An ambitious
I photographer on yesterday hunted up
an old hag in whose barn the fire is sup-
Eosed to have originated. She asked
im 825 for sitting for his picture, so,
with commendable economy, he found
another woman who was willing to let
him do it for 85, and he at once took her
photo. It is supposed that ho will offer
this picture for sale u ith this inscription :
"This is the woman all forlorn, who
milked the cow with crumpled horn
that kicked the lam) that fired the barn,
that burned the town that Long John
A singular evidence of Oregon's anti
quity was recently taken out of the
ground at Tillamook Heads. It appears
that some men were grading a road bed,
and, when iwcnty-tivc feet below the
surface, one of them exhumed a copper
bowie knife over twenty-two inches long,
two and a half inches wide, by three
eights of an inch thick. The curiosity
was sent to C. Itoop, of Dayton, who
has it in his museum. Jlere is another
mystery for the older inhabitants to ex
plain. The knife is made ot the best
A. dealer in fertilizers, down in Ala
bama, bragging of his guano, says that a
farmer recently put a quantity of it into
his pocket, in winch there happened to
he a carpet tack, and started home on
horseback. Before reaching his house
his steed broke down, and the fanner
was at a loss to discover the cause, until
he found that the carpet tack had grown
to bo a long bar of railway iron.
Bishop & Norton,
GENERAL REAL ESTATE
SAMS A, KANSAS.
Hare the oalr alwtaart of tltlea to rrml catatr In Sa
lter countr. Order by mail irumK!y attended to.
HAVE FOB SALE
Or IMPSOVED A3CD UXIMFKOIED LaKDS.
Agents for the National Land Co.
Lands or tiik
Kansas Pacific Railway Comp'y
AND or TUB
Mo., Ft S. &Gnlf B. W. Comp'y.
ALSO AGENTS FOR THE FOLL0WIXG
..Etna, or Hartford, Cos.t.
Am. Central, of St. Louis, Mo.
Hartford, or Hartford, Coxx.
Kansas, of Leavenworth, Kan
Phcenix, of Hartford, Conn
Putnam, of Hartford, Conk.
Sanoamo, of SraixoFiELD, Ills.
Losses Liberally Adjusted and
ff. &. Cttsflin'6 Column.
c. w. xressin's
U tor Oldeit, Large and Brat Aaaortcd in Wfattm
Kaiuuu, ami irUl korji np Ibr rryntarton for
Superior Goods and Low Prices.
A. G. GOUSE.
500,000 Acres of Land
BOWEN & VAN HORN,
Real Estate and Insurance Agents,
SALIXA, SALINE CO., KANSAS
AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF
The Lands or the National Land and
Emihration Company of Kansas.
Kansas Pacific Railway Lands.
Private Lands, .Improved Farms and
Will ehnw I juitU tu liirrliaiiT fre rT ehanri. Re-
liaMe Fire and Life iti-unmec coii.utiie rrprraentct!
at Oil agrjry.
OF EVEBT DESCRIPTION ARK DAILY ABRIV-
WiU And it to their interest to examine mr foaja and
price before txrjlaf eiaewarre.
TRUCK AND BREAKING PLOWS,
Of the following brand
CJAUKKN CITY PLOWS.
I do not pretend to mj.lr farmer with flie cheap,
K.rthlrt3 plow, that arr in thr market thi aeaaon, and
will m-U none bat tahlibrdand reliable plow.
Particular attrntiou 1 called lo tbe
For hirh I am tlie Mile agent in thr county. They are
liudr of teelc. hardened bv a new, peculiar ituci-w,
ami will artuallt rut rja. I warrant ucer one "I
them to scour in am ground, and I will take hack any
plow that doe not pvr aatufartion.
The aadeaaicurd unite hi Mrwbaad taw public in
general to call and are him at hi (table, loralrd on
tor wt idr of Santa Fr arena, near Probrrt' tlnur
torr, promUiag them
The Best Tarn-Outs
IN TUE CITY.
Boarded by the Day or Month,
Good Care and Careful Grooming.
raralaaca) .. ta a.y Part f the
A. G. Couse.
Farmers, Attention !
Plows! Plows! Plows!
Kansas Pacific Railwy.
If there is any time when a man must
stand for himself and for his manhood,
and keep his hands clean and his heart
pure, it is when things arc going wrong
against him. They will only go that
way a mtic wniie. in the end every
thing will serve an honest man. Such
is God's decree. All tho universe is
helping a man to be manly who will on
ly nuip tiunseii.
That was a beautiful idea expressed
by a lady on her death bed. in rcnlv to
a remark of her brother, who was tak
ing leave ot her to turn to his distant
residence, that he should probablv never
meet her in the land of the livinir: "Bro
ther, I trust we shall meet in the land of
the living. A e are now in the land of
WELT M. DURHAM,
Real Estate and Insurance Agent,
HAS FOR SALE
Wild Lands, Improved Farms,
BOTTOM. PR.UHIE AND TIMBER LANDS.
A member ot the Masonic fraternity
telegraphed to a companion, "Make
room tor toil Tlnvnl Anil Viwnne f'om.
tho world as he took the London critics ting to-day." When the companions ar-
by a wild galoping swing ot verse by
a mountain air rush of strong, free fancy,
by a prairie fire sweep of passion with
out careful, constant culture. lint he is
a man in his prime ; his career is now in
his own bunds, and neither counsel nor
eritcism con make or mar it."
Oitekdip Dignity. The Democracy
havo had a clear working majority in
, Illinois, for a number of vears.
But when the Fifteenth Amendment
went into effect, it enfranchised so many
of the "culled breddrcn " as to make it
Apparent to our party leaders that, un
less a good "many black votes could be
bought ifp, the liepublicans would carry
tlio city election. Accordingly advances
.were made to the Itev.'lTrother ,
whoso influence it was thought desirable
to secure, inasmuch as lie was certain to
control tho votes of his entiro church.
He was found " onen to conviction.
and arrangements progressed sathfac-
tonaiiy, until it was asked how much
money would be necessary to secure his
vote and influence.
With an air of offended dignity Broth
"Now, lremmen, as a rejrular awdained
minister ob de Baptist Church, dis ting f
nasgone jes as lar as my conciencc will
to see von in de mornin',
rived they found a pen had been built
lor their accommodation. Tho telegram,
at its destination; reading, "Make room
for ten K A JI's. Coniinr to-dav.
Gni'c Darling and Ida Lewis have a
rival in an Irish lady, who, when men
refused to face tho storm, rowed out to
a wracked brig near the mouth of the
Boyne, and rescued a man left on the
In Errrr Part of the Cltj, Improrrd and I'obnproied.
Best Fire, Life and Accident
Home, N. '., Assets over $4,000,000.
Security, N.Y., " " 2,000,000.
ANDn, Cash Cafit.u, 1,000,000.
N. Y. Life, Assets oner 13,000,000.
It. W. Passenger, Cash Cl. 500,000.
Chaw. C- "Fledr,
KrrHalnT 011 hawt wr II- sorted stock of
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
RKaAIKINC Uonrat ittMnishl. ratM jmj
nuilrtixinlrr. A Uncr cluck. uraiMlrjuulrvuuhaiMf
A larp- tiick of
fon-tantlj- on haml. Ik al-o baa a lenli.l axsort
MUSIC BOXES axd
Th brt Italian rtrinm alwaj on haad.
Mowers and Reapers,
OX YOKES AND BOWS,
AMES' AD OTHER SPADES,
Shovels and Forks,
HOES AND RAKES,
Locks and Latches,
BUTTS AND SCREWS,
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
The iiiHlrrsiinirU now )n-s- 1 lo alr tnr ltns
iirtilrU ilrniauit Tor litrrj trk in Salina. Hating rn
arnnrU iu utaule ami uircbaanl
A. 1VEW OUTFIT,
Saddle Horses and Vehicles
Of nil lrcriitioti to tint at iraonaUr nttt".
I Will Please Patrons.
a -. :....- . . 11t. . only AM K.J Su
CbrapotatockoT i!r.T,r- CrjttorD.
m If? lfl li.Uh..":i lfnf..
t'lA'arc orui tiQriii ii:ii:iMiiirv 'i:, .:"" v."iy.
i luno aini x uiiii juvuiiivij flu ..
. .. , tTII,.
. kM.k tn ihM mvkt ami the same as eootl (
R " ?J?,'!??!Z I5' ,. nl aU .-.a, ,
Kn..,ColorM..the Torrltories, and
I o Otneiboa or Vr
t rntrl lar,
1 JU font
We hari the duiTraaI In Ottawa, Saline ond Me-
Itarraon rotmlira of thr
Celebrated JOHN DEERE,
1 . . r-,P" train' Min .i,.i
Silver Steele and Canton Clipper
Errry plow aoM i warraatnl.
We al hxit a Urge
Garden Implements and Seeds,
Garden Drill and Cultivators,
or vaniora kixds.
Walking and Sulky Cultivators,
THE VaSDIVEB AXD CKUBKaTCD KET 8TOM
And MISSOURI HAND PLANTERS,
Tn.In. l-. i7. ,L-".,lr"n ulT
UpiM-i3. M. Mail nut. M
Train Irate Salina ffolnr l.t
htrrM!ii3r. S. Mailer j
femina takinr thU miUr route will uke f lo ,
nretliiui w Kh train a, follow . " 'oa
At Lawrence fur Rihlwln ii rv..
ItnmhnMt l-art-r TV..,.. IT..Vf ' .: ' . . ".
- ii. V .. . " ,ml,wi,ur
T svM. aaii lialf r priac.
AtTourka f.r Itnrttnpune,
, Klorrnce. W irhita. Xr.
At Jnocllou Cur tar Council Urove, KmrtL. ,.
At Carbon with the Soolnem Dtrrlmn.1 Jil J,l p..
preaa Inntpanir'a dailr lm, r rrwhe. for -u.t.i
Tnnkukl. Las eru, fort L'nl.Hi. snt IV. La, '
ce, Urrr City anU all point in New Mex.co ua An.
At IVnrrr with IVwenerr ami KxprrM carhr for
(Hrcrlown. c . ami with tolon.kit rami IUilrua.1
lor Irwtral Ot . lrn Uly, .e. ra.i
At ChrrrDr Ojplea. alt Iike r. Jl, K,rj
an t ranritro, awl allwints in California awl lae In'
At Iarrnworlh AtchLoa awl M. Juro
AtKana City. "Slate llw" an.l L'aioa" Iv,.
MottrorSt Loan aal Chirajro. at lnt outh vil
j-i uiinun irrninf iar attarnnl to
aiiiawlrnntluiiui:h Urtarrn Kuu fit.
tllv awl Cheyrnn
DOTY'S WASHING MACHINES.
roA-xs. citAixs. asks. sr.tce.i. snoisis.
J.OW.IUI arrr nrrhotre farming Un.1. for Kile. Ha.
alnlalHis the- line oflhr Kuvu Iae!lr K.nlwj at
rmm i to i-rr acre Kor rtl-iilr. .Hi-. J !
imrinu, itnii miuilonrr. UMrnuv, Kam
EnMCNI.. ltorn, lueral "up,t,
IIK EUI.ET It KKIM, tneral Tl. kit Agent.
General OiSre,Kaua Cltr. Mo
Kansas City and St. Louis Short Line.
Reaping and Mowing Machins.'The North Missouri Railroad
A large dork of tliejifllr rUliratr4
Fish Bro.9s and Bain's
U the hort-t, uickeet ant! tet mute from kan.a.
t it j- ami the Uent to
Lal wwd alt Kulrra, aWalhrra),
Knrtkerat rllle, via U UaK
in imU. ..rtk. L'.k. piii.
Sroll t.nlf IUilrowl.i.n Kurr IU,lr.a.I. (fnia
MIMMiri Itirrr. Jolt
alwa.ru on haml at tiottom rirr.
mnteil. We are the afrnla for
Krerr one war-
REMEMHER THE SIUN.
jVb. 91 Santa Fe Avenue,
WILLI U lll'CBNER.
all of whirli we will m-U at WlwoVeal or Urlail at trnr !
AlrhfMin ih1 la Ttn worth) wd MUiurl Va1I-t
ttmf rumu-rt ittrrrt f ith thl nl In tlW
j HMCAT lHIO 1niT AT , TT
I ami I'nUm (trpot at llrlrro; ntnnlnc Ihruuh In
!t ijiri iTmnrcn)if.k.
lliU . thvonlr mutr fmm Kant il utn thm
or i .tl ml
rt liaai rLAt c ki vrri(U rA-
ITuinLluir th- iullic for iwit p.-tfnuiaz. wr r rlmi
Imriir alliu want of iuy Liul(if Fann Im(linirnU iri nHl.m t
iiarninrrr, . am or mx intup in imr un im ruii i- '
frr (.urrfuuitiK -l t-r nml h r u ill riiTinci riin
that wfinran lminnMa. IW It nininlerrrl that wr i
WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD
In W"i i.tmi Kanuia in any tlrt-rlaa article in our line .
C. POST & CQ.
Oor. Otlx amtwrt Ami
Liberal Discount to (heTrade.
(Hrrlh. rrnrel at all imaortaut lara In the weal I
The train f thii line nnke illrert awl . Ill.lr rn.
. Inni with all ni iniln? rt ir.I.i. m..l
tiikqiii k ii:tk k.ht.
f W e laal ue;rr at Carr trrrt Trrrr, 1 i.,
anti aTtoilm long ami teillmia unailu tranar.r.
ciminiuti, u.niii, imini-oii, iir-
m, m.w nai, imtiK. mi i, ix, ar
iiitr. irw iwi i . Mtarnia. c inn
kuLTivonic, w aiiiMiT, ritrtaia..
An-I all other mliit In ih.- I'nif -t stair au.l I ,i
ate raartml er I hi Line
ltrr am Law aa kjr aajr albrr TT i ma.
i rj"11irou?h ilrkei. ran I ht at Jt nllrol U.t
oltlre In the Weal.,,,, , ,.., farllle, oft a,4,
' n. l.ulr lUilriKol, at l.a.liwnl,,Atih-,. i all
inirtaul Iowa In kaiua,. a hMi.III.
., , ,., 'wtil "uiMrlnt ikUhI
II VI M.II. I.eitt-,1 rr.i.-til At'i, m 1,11,
1 A U" JIII.I.M'AK.II, .M.,r;i Wett.rw .-.
I. Jl III .N "
.en'nkrt r,t, . lo.,,4i, !
THK OLD KKUAHLi:
Livery, Feed and Sale"ST l0UIS RALR0AD Hannibal and St. Joseph
f BOARDED BY THE DAY, WEEK I
j OR MONTH, AND j
Careful Attention Guaranteed.
TO ANY PART
E3-Traln of the I'nlon I'jrillr Hitlmat nnVr rl'c-
i eonnrrtloii at -Ule l.ln-witli I .n-. train. ..f tl- I'a
rifle Kailroail i.f MI.Mirl aul North liKiri Kallnnxl
f'lT'!. Ihii, whieh eonneet with t r.xiiv trim
, ilailr, on the roal for
rlllCAMO, AD ALL. POINTS KAKT ,M
I MIKTH W KkT,
ViaMirhianOntral, Miriiln oootHini, IMt.l.iirt:.
Ft. Uarneat I hirao. Ilnrj.. .. .S.,rtlnftrrn, airl I
Onlr Two Chause of ara
Kitwrrn Kt laimwnrlh or Ute Line. anl New
lork, Allunr, tw lHler.ltiiHlo,.iara tall. Oeie
lal, rnt.l.ur.-. Ilarrfliir?. ami Klirr fU-leni eltle.
Tliee ailrantare areonVrvtl lr miothr route
Thi i:l e.iiii,l u Ith
'The Klnei aa4 anaal Rlaat Paaarairr
O'urbe. aaid late rHllntaM Alce-pla.?
Careful and Attentive Drivers. i""Triy.?S'
.w ..s.waw. nH,rr pleasant, airhMlii
t nat miT. .. I whirh can tar i.n-ure,l at all llelrt ol
i0N HAND AND FOR SiaLE! A,h.V,,.-r-:.,M..'.,i;'r
Whirh, on tin n. air the flnrat atxl tiv-t luxuriant
I on laeroniinriii
To tlie trtilne man, iilennre eker. ami famlli.
!. thi route will le fount far
lllll? Xtt.OU. tll.1 t.rtii. iJiiml.i.
ii.h-, aim irr-junn unpiraunt rtiur inrMnit lo
morrxmihernnMiU-, lMile hating ! prlnlnce r
1 TKiliiiic enmutettn-twoxrratrillrof the M-I
Lul l ami t flic t(.i at the rameriut a he otlier route
131 ure v.Hir tlrVrt n-n-l. I.t lywia X liU-mer
Birr In tae U el
In rloec.Hinrrll'n with the
"SCnnmrnm Pnoltto Tlmil-Wy.
U Tin ri.tr n..Kt IC'M ta k'Aar, .N.oiTa hxMii
O'nnertion tnKle at tjulnrj oter the )aenitl...it Sa e
Iui.i ItKiixicacr.Mth aala.ip,i Kl.er, liblte
nhicago, Burlington and Qnincy,
Toledo, Wabush Sr Western It. J.'
T( ALI.-HINTi4.:ar KlKTH OU '.n II
At Mamo with
. IH Alaaoarl afatlraaa.
Ixmia, ami tlaM Loula to all ontt Laal or
A M.H'M.W. Imi'l fatviutr.lr'l
AA I. IMIW.NX. lirket trrnt. l fHil
AT ALL TIMES.
AH warranted ami clataprr than at asy other plure.
I Carpenters' Tools
No. 73 Santa Fe Ave.,
: SALIXA, KASHAS. ,
Vandalia Route East.
Indianpolis Short Line.
Tkcaailr Um raaalas lw iralaa la ."e
Tark wllaiaat etaaase, aaal la larlaaall
Oflhe beat manufarture and at price that an not l,e ! fS,''U, ""rn,1"n rfr " braakmt; an.l tralnlnj
la ar TferMatla Llae
REMOVED! Establlshed ln ,8Gr'-
i , uui, gvuiuicii, mo on will can roult
NEW JEWELRY STMtE.
m All Tasiten to the city
Jialayia-itc4 t call.
Of mr maanlaclarc ami anrpriMnf !r aheap.
Too Want Itl IfKybodxWaatiZt!
TLfi SL Louis Eosu Jinuul
. APEXiTKSTMiutMAX. Notlongsini-c,
duriuje an excited protracted mctftinn
held 'in one of the frontier towns of J
Michigan, a man named Wilson, who for
years hud nold milk to some of the vil-,
jager.4, but becoming beriously alaruied
tu to his sjnritual i-oiiiHtion,Vent for
ward to the anxious seat and solicited
the prayers ot tho congregation. In I
duo time ho became penitent, and aroM
to rnako his confession. Among other
transgressions of which ho had been
giilty, he owned to bavo frequently wa
teredtbo milk he had sold. In the midst '
of his contusion, while tll;ng his milk
story, the minister, a verywonhv ma-i,
who dispised chea tings of all kin'ds, e.
daimed: "Sit down, sit down, Brother Wilson !
If yon say much more, they'll hare you
aav-aVa nenitcntiarv in less than a week !"
J.4wAar Wtlann t .lnwn. Harfabooatr.eiet raarkal af J,
-,T.vn . wiu eoaxiane roe nauajea at
Jort Billing- aays m his " lector :" THE OLD STAJTD.
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Harness, Saddles, Collars, A'c.i
Al o Bridles, Whips, &c. j
96 Santa Vk Avncx.
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
Corner of 2d & Perry streets,
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FOUR TRAIN DAILY
Fuy your Through Tickets
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