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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1!6, 1674.
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FIFTIETH SENATORIAL DISTRICT.
A Democratic Convention, Tor tbo pur
poso of nominating two candidates to rep-
resent said District In the stato lei;Ulaturc
ITlU bC Jlld It
AXKA,Ul'- TiibnHUAY, nnv WV OF
Skftkukmh, 1873, AT 3 O'CUICK, 1. M.
The ntlo of i-jjirc-cnUtlon will be ono
dclcgat toT wch 100 votoi , and one for each
fractional CO votcn cast for (ircoley ,fc llrown
In 18T4U -The eountlee will be entitled to
the following representation f
Couutie. - !Voto In 'ia. Delegates.
Alexander, 1,010. 10
.laclcson, l,r10. iri
Union. 1.730. - IT
TtMXentrrd Cominltteoi in each ot tbo
above countlci are respectfully requested to
call county conventions, and appoint dele
gates to represent their counties iu mid
courcnuou. D'orucroi committee.
T. V. Bouto.n, Chairman
EFNcwipapcra throughout the Dlstrlc
Will please publish tho abovo call.
To tlio Democracy, Liber
als and, all other Oppo
nents of tlio Republi
Tho Demooratio Stato Central Coin
mittoein pursuanco of power vested in
it by wo Ueinocratio btato Convention
of 1G2, hereby, gives notico that a
State convention will bo hold at
Svnisanxu), ok Wisdnesdat, tuk 'JOtji
dat or Auausr, 1674, at 12 31.
"i , .
All voters of the Stale who desire to
remote the folloioing purposes, are in
vtied to jofi in tending delegates tq hit
1st. The restoration of gold and sil
ver as, the basis of the currency of the
country ; the speedy resumj'tion of spe
cie payments and the payment oj all
national indebtedness in the money rec
ognized ' bythe civilized world.
2d. JFVce commerce.
r lUI.i Individual liberty, and opposi
tion to sumptuary laws.
'1th, Rigid restriction of the govern
ments, loth state and national, to the.
legitimate Jomaiu of political jotccr,
by excluding thfrefrom all executive and
legislative 'intermeddling with the af
fair" f of society whereby monopolies arc
fasitrrdf-privilegcd classes aggrandized,
and individual freedom unnuessarilg
and oppressively" restrained.
Ktli. fTte. right and duty oj the state
tojtrotect its citizens Jrom extortion and
unjust discrimination by chattered mo
nopolies. Tin committee, Mieving the opposi
tion to Republican piiirute can Harmo
niously j unite ujwn the foregoing princi
ples, earnestly solicit the free co-operation
of all men, regardless of jai po
litical affiliation; in an canest effort to
place the State and National govern
yients in tlie hands'of mm who are aet
uated ly tfa principles above enunci
ated.' nEacJi county will be entitled to joiJ
bnc delegate for every Jive hundred votes,
and one delegate for every fraction of
two hundred-and fifty votes and over,
cast in said county for all the presiden
tial candidates at the presidential elec
tion ( J872.
C. JI.M'Coiimick, Uhm'n.
4.t J O.ir.ilcUormlck,
At liargo,.-; Jamca c Koljngon
1st District Geo. S. Kituberly.
2d J)litrict-A. C. Story.
3d pjttioV-r-Thcodore Shintz.
Diblrict Jas.k Ticknor.
4tk-uutriotr-W. 0. Wright.
16th Dkrtriot Thof. B. Oabccnj
11th District A. A. Glenn.
Hflf Dlstriet-JVltj Cunningham.
17th District S.B.Wilcbx.
im , Wistrfa Wm.H. Green.
cwocratlo btatc Central Commit-
TtieVridcriiigncd citizens, being in
fuli harmony principles enun
ciated lU;j1 nn desirous
of ouiubTntng all voters of the State
who agree with tbeso principles in an
oppoaition party strong enough to mt
8tl Wrct-W. E. Cook.
Jit-District Wb, T.
nn cml to tho misruled of tlio rcpiib
licau party, heartily join in tho nbovo
A. O. Hasting, .(. Oaulflold,
Herman Master, Horroan Liob,
John M. I'almor, J. I!. Doollttlo, Jr.
Edward Kummol, Thomas Hoync,
Jno A llcCJernnml, Andro Mntteion,
.loUn II, Oborly, M. H. Iiulloy,
Daniel Canioron, J. 11 .k'.insoo,
Chal II. Lanphler, Richard .Mtchaolis,
A.. OrondorfT, . W. llotallng.
Tho following is tho list ol patents
issiiivl to Illinois Inventors, lor tho
week cmling July 2tf, 1874, nntl each
hearing that date. Furnished this na
per by Cox & Cox, Solicitors of Pa
tents Washington. D. C.
Can for Oil, O. -Uraiisgrovo, Lake
Viow i llowo Hay Fork, U. II. Smith,
IJockfbrd ; Washing Machino, 0. A.
Wcrdon, Waukccan ; Safety Can for
Oil, M. Chaso, IlavcrhUl; Eloavatod
Railway, J. II. Kennachs, Chicago;
Dovioo for Moving .Railway Carriages,
C Anderson, Paxton ; Hooling l'apor,
Evr.ltv issuo of the Aldino is n Biir
nr'ma to nil who sco it. since it shows a
noJi'ti'vo i.tot(Ji in art, lioatity and lit-
oraturo, from mouth to month, as grat
ifying as it is wonderful. "Superb" is
tho only word which fitly oliaraotoricoa
tho illustrations for tho Soptomber
issuo. Tho pictures aro ohnrming in
design and laultless in execution. A
copy ol .Demands "ijtttio nose,"
drawn by .John a. JJavis, anu engraved
by C. Maurand, opens tho current num
ber with a flash of beauty almost daz
zling. For fooling, beauty, expression
and exquisito ftuish, this picture is
equal to a twenty-dollar steel engrav
inc. "A Storm in Utah" by Thomas
-Moran. is a faithful transcript of
nature, showing tho war of elements
iu that strango laud. Tho two full-
page pictures in this number are
"Coming from the Forge," by John S.
Davis and "Kingston, Now York, by
Kruscman van Ulton. Tho former is a
bold taud spirited skotch of a
sccno familiar to nil childhood
lifo in tho couutry two boys
on tho baok of a horse which has
stopped to drink from a woodland
brook on il.svvay homo from the black
smith's. Van J'lltcn'a laudtcapo shows
o charming stretch of country, and tho
auoient city of Kingstou, Now York.
Mr. J. U. Woodward furnishes a gen
eral view of tho Pali&adcs, as seen from
ths Hudson river a strikini; picture.
Tho other illustrations in this number
nre ','A Kad Job;" from tho original of
StaSlmol, showmg tho interidr of an
armorer's shop : "Tho "Women of
SSchorndorl," from tho original of Ha-
be tun, a historical picturo ; tho views
of liincoln Cathedral, showing '.ho
church, tho interior of tho Western
Transept, and Bishop Looi-land's monu
ment; and i pretty pioturo for fall
(Jems of tho Changing Autumn I
Tho literary contents of tho Septem
ber Aldino aro unusually full and in
teresting and tho editorial artiolcs upon
niusio, art, litoraturc, and doscriptivo
of tho pictures, aro filled with fresh and
valuable matter. The Aldino Com
pany, publishers, 58 Maiden liano,
A NEGRO WAR.
Georgetown, S. C, tho
Tho Charleston News and Courier
of Monday last has details of a war at
Georgetown between negroes led by
state Senator Jones on tho ono siuo
and Representative James A. Bowloy
ou tho other. Tho .News says :
Tho town at tbo last accounts was
entirely at tho mercy nnd iu the posses
sion of u mob of mad negro savages,
who wcro shooting at each other with
tho greatest possible gusto. A few
words of explanation will enablo the
people of this civilized country to un
derstand tho situation, and to appre
ciate the beauties of radical reformation
in this state. Tbo republican party in
Georgetown couuty is composed of
ignorant negroes. Ono faction is led
by W. JL. Jones, n noisy nogro, who
holds tho position of btato senator
until 1878, but who scorns
to bo desirous ot perpotuating his
political power with a prospective oyo
to tho ofiico ot adjutant general of the
stato, which ofiico is to bo filled in tho
coming election. Tho opposing fac
tions is led by James A. JJowloy, a
ir.omber of tho last house of represen
tatives and cbiiiman of tho ways and
means committee, who, iu two years
mado, a haudsomo fortune of $riU,000
or SOO.000 on a salary of 8500 a year.
Bowley uses his money in tho cam
paign, and Jones who seems to bo not
quite so flush, but who is colonel of
tho militia, uses the guns, ho that tho
sinews of war scorn to bo about equally
divided. What position tho two lead
ers occupy in lelation to tho guberna
torial canvass docs not team to bo
yory clearly uud.ers.tood. Both have
been bellowing very loudly for reform;
but which ono wants to reform with
Moses, .or which ono to reform with
Chamberlain, has not yet boon as
certained. Ever einco tho campaign
openod theso two lights of South
Carolina republicanism have bcuu mat-
mg inings uot lor tno ucconi pcopic oi
tho couutry. On Wednesday last, iu
hasbecu statodiu this paper, a conven
tion was callod to meet at Georgetown
to nominate delegates to tho stato re
publican .nominating convention. The
Georgetown Times oxplains that "two
calls wcro mado for this convention
ono by tho Bowloyitcs at 12 o'olook,
tho other by tho Jouesltos at 2 o'clock.
Tho court-houso was the place. Tho
objoct of one party was to forestall tho
othor. Tho Two o'Olocks wern deter
mined to broak up tho Twelve o'Clocks,
and the Twclvo o'Clocks, if defeated,
to completely auulhilato tho Two
o'Clocks. So, at tho roll of tho drum
and toot of tho fifo both parties ansom
bled at tho ancient scat of justice, and
U. Colky, brccinont ; Car Coupling, u.
B. Harris, Lookport ; Can for Oil, II.
Ucolcy. Chicago ; Tank for Oil, V. C.
entered into a meeting, or n
misorablo apology for a drunken broil
or brutal row, whereby tho samo scat
of jnstico was profnnod, tho public
peace invaded, and decency violated."
Tho riot that ensued has already been
described in tliC3o columns. Tho bul
lets of tho Bowloy roformors proved
too strong for tho Jones reformers, and
tho latter incontinently lied after sev
eral were soundcd. initio mclco an
unfortunato no-jro, who was a by
staudur, was mortally wounded by a
pistol shot. Tho Jlowley reformers
being now masters of tho situation re
orpam'jiod tho meeting.
In tho meantime pump water had re
lieved tho wounded Fcalps, old detni-
joins had fortified slackened courage,
and tho .lonesttcs went "to tlio rescue.
But too late. Tho Hush of victory had
rendered tho Bowloyitcs doubly strung,
and tho Joncsitcs wcro compelled to
beat a retreat, hurling back in defiance
tho words, "Bowaro and wait I "
This was the situation at tho closo of
Wodnesday, and tho following letters
will givo tho reader an idea of tho pan
demonium which now begun. It may
bo stated hero that tho population of
tho town of Georgetown consists of
"18 whites nnd 2,772 cslorcd. Tho
population ol tho cntiuty is -, whiles
and !S8 colored persons.
HIS ALLEGED CONFESSION TO
Kroin tlio New York Graphic, Aug. 20.
A gentleman arrived In this city last
ovenlng who bat been (tumnioned by one
of the counsel iu tho coming legal suit of
Mr Tllton agalntt Mr Uescber, In order
to acquaint the. lawyer with tho fads in
tho caio. This gentleman Is n member of
a prominent business firm In another city,
llo has hold intlmato relations with the
principles to tlio unlmppy controversy for
many years, and is thoroughly convoriant
with tbo real facts and secret of tho scan
dal. IIo is ono of tho three important
Witnesses in tho case, and his testimony
will bo most concluiivo when presuutol
before a court of record. This gentleman
whose iiauin it withheld from thn public
for pruduiittul roasons in conversation
with n roprosentutlvu of tho Dally Urapbio
to-day, slated that ho know it
to bo a fact that Honry "Ward Dsocher
had confessed tho truth of the allegations
agalntt him both to bis lawyers and to
(r'.ain members of tho ccznmltleo, that
he was impelled to make this confesilon
by the publication of tho correspondence
betwean Air. i'rank Moulton and hlmeolf,
and by a conviction that Mr Moulten was
about ts tnako known to tho committee
tho facta in his poisoailon. IU also said
that this dotailed statement by Mr Moul
ton was withhold with tho exprois undor
standing that Mr lleouhor would publicly
confess what he had privatoly ac
knowledged to his lawyers and tbo com
mittee. 11 o had road tho article- in tho
Dally Urapbio sevoral days aeo with
regard to Mr Uoochor's confiIon, and tho
incidents as rolatcd weretrue On:or about
Thursday, Augutt, G, ho said Jvr Ilea chor
summoned certain mcmbors of tho Com
mittee and Messrs, Tracy and Shoarroan
to his home, and then and thorn confeatud
his intimacy with Mrs Tilton. Uo telt
that concealment was no longer possible,
and had decided that tbo only courso loft
blM to purauo was to mnko a frank ac
knowledgment to tho public. Ills friends
wore astounded and alarmod. Until then
they had roally bolioved their pastor in
cocont. They consulted and decided that
publicity would bo fatal to Mr Heochar's
reputation .and u roproach to Plymouth
church, and implored him to forego bis
intention at loatt for n tlmo, nnd trust to
thorn to vindicate him in the eyes of tbo
publlc.'Iiut Mr Beucher was dooidod. The
facts would be rnado known by Mr Moul
ton, and If not they would transpire when
the case was taken to court by Mr Tilton.
it weu'.d bo much hotter, Mr Boocher ar
gutd, for him that bu should have tbo
credit of tho confession, Ultimately, said
tbo goutloman, his rrlonus woro convinced
that perhaps this was the best course.
In order to gain tlmo, howevor, it was
nocetsnry that tho presentment of Mr
Moulton's statement bo delayed or pro
vented, and that Mr Tilton be induced to
refrain from pushing his suit. Among tho
gentlemen who managol this part ol taa
atlair wero Mr Voter Hoblnson, Thomas
Klnsolla, William U Kingsley, and Mr.
Shearman. Mr Dsechnr himself visitod
Mrs Moulton and bilged that slio use lior
influence to Induoo her hutband to with
hold hit itatoment, Mr Moulton roidily
consented when assured that Mr -lleecber
would mako amplo acknowledgment. In
deed, It was tho very courso Mr Moulton
had endeavored for woeks to induco him
to take, knowing that tho truth could no
longer bn suppressed, and be (Moulton)
was quick to avail himself of tho opport
unity htl'oTdcd, which would procludu thu
necessity lorcodupon him ot making tho
truth known. Mr Tilton also atllr.'med his
willingness to postpone thu furthor pro
secution of his suit. His only desire was
that tho truth should como out, and ho
coincided that it would bo much better for
Mr Ueochor to tell it himself. Mr-Dwigbt
Townsond wss also mentioned by the
gentloman as an Intercessor for Mr
lie stated further that towards the closo
of tho month of April, at the tlmo whon
Dr llacan bod criticised Mr Tilton, the
latter wss so inflamed at the false position
in which ho was placofl beforo tho publio
that ho allowed his Intention of publish
ing tho truth in his own defonso. Mr
Frank Moulton thou as before and since
advised a poaceful statemont of tho dif
ficulty, and restrained Mr Tilton from
pursuing tho oourso bo bad resolved upon.
Mr Frank H Carpenter's advico was to
tho contrary. Ho ndvircd a final publio
settlement of tho scandal. At this epoch
Mr licochor Is raid to have mot Mr Car
psnter and said to htm, '-Thoodore is so
inllamcd agalctt me that I fear Frank
Moulton will not bo ablo to control him.
Ho threatens to publish my letter of con
foitlon, and if ho doos 1 will be a rulntd
man. I must stop down from my pulpit
in disgrace, I need your aid. Go to
Thnodorn and toll him I am writing to
divldo with him. IIo shall have half my
fortune and my famo. Tell him to go
abroad to Europe for two years, and let
him tako Eliz&both with him. 1 wilt pay
all tho expenses."
He, It Is further said, implored Mr
Carpontor to mako this alTor to Tilton,
and added that Mr Shearman would ar
range the details. Mr Carpenter Immo
dlately inrormod Mr Moulton and others
of this intorviow and offer, but did not
reveal It to Mr. Tilton until tho morning
of the 4th of May, whon Messrs. Moul
ton, Tilton, Carpenter, and othors were
discussing what course to pursue In re
gard to tbo scandal. Mr. Moulton was
advising Tilton to pay no attention to
what Dr liacon had written, and aa usual,
Mr Carpontor was givlnc; contrary
A discussion aroso, and in support of
bis argument Mr carpontor mentionoa
Mr lloocber's nlTer. Tho effect of this
rnoAlntlnn unnn Mr'Tilton was nalnful to
wltneis. He sprang from his ohalr and
paced tbo room oxcuouiy. oam uoi - i
bavo but ono answor to tho man that
would como to mo with such a proposi
tion and that is a slap in the fact. I
would rot In tho gutter boforo 1 would
accopt a dollar of Mr. JJoschor s money I
The gentloman who Informed tho writor
of tbo abovo faoti said, regard ng tbo
charge of blackmail, that It was inserted
In Mr. Iloochor'a statoment at tho very
lait moment, and was considered n elxtf
(Taut-re. As an ovldomo of Mr. Ueochor
weaknoss and duplicity, ha tofotred to Mr.
Dooohor's statement that two year b
ho bad bocomo nwaro of tho blackmal ng
Intentions, and bad roiontcd all further
attempts to extort monoy from Mm
through Moulton. "He discovorod this
two yean ago," said the gentleman, "and
yet, on tho dlhoflast .KUy, Mr. IJoocber
mot Mossrs. Frnnk Moulton and Peter
K iblnson, Sr., and placing his hand on
Moulton' shoulder, said to Mr. llobln
soni "Frank is tho bust friend I huvo in
thU world.'" ,, ,
I'rom tho New York Ornphio, Aug. SK
Tho interview between Metsis Moulton,
ltoblnson and Ueochor last July, mon
tlonod In the Dally Orapble yesterday, is
not wholly dotailed In that article. The
rlfttnlU urn m fnllaws! Mr MoultOll's
parlnor, Mr llobintoo, had boon spondlng
tho Fourth of July, out of town and fcal
rsturnod on tho following day Sundny,
tho fith of .lulv. "Whllo on hll way to
thu rpuldancn ot Mr Moulton, that cenlla
man, accompanltd by Mr Uooelmr, turned
tho corner of lt3tiiton stroot Into Mon-
taguo torraoo, nnd eroiMng over to the
(o til tun irrcn on which Bir jiimr
was walking, grouted nini. Mr iieooner
nUrd his hand on Kruiik Moulton's
shouldor, and with creat furvor, said I
'.Wr Uobinsm, Frank is the iltarel Jrxtnd
Oodcrer raucdup fur a man. If tt had
not bson for him I should have boon dead
yonra ago." Mr Itobinsnn, In reply, re
marked that all human beings were faulty
bat that Frank was "a very good fellow,"
and tboro tbo conversation onded.
Mr S. V. Whllo. of tho Investigating
committee, was asked what ho know of
tho facts published In yesterday's issuo of
tho Dally Graphic. Ho replied that ho
was not present wnen ar ueecner is sum
to Imvn mado the ronfosslon. and was not
awaro that any confession was mado. Ue
was at Mr ueecner's resiuonce uuring mat
gontlomnn's examination, and at no other
time durinc this unhappy atlair. Ho
could not deny or confirm tho statement
mado in the articlo in question. As for
tho "Frank Carpenter European business,'
that was an old story, and Mr lleecber
bad given his ovldoneo on that point.
Tho Brooklyn police bolinvo they
have a clew to the murderers of the
Italian Torrina,and in any event have
discovered a band of counterfeiters.
Attached to his tabernacle, ISpur-
gcon lias a college for tho education of
ministers, a missionary staff, and an
orphan asylum. There is no T. T. on
Old John Harper of "Longfellow"
notoriety, breathed his last at his resi.
dence, near Milway, Ky., on tho 111th.
IIo leaves a property, tho value 'of
which can only bo approximated by
his oxecutors, but it may bo safely esti
mated at tuoro than $250,000.
Grant is charged with saying in one
of Ills messages that tho United States
have no disposition to interfere with
Spain iu "her colonial posscsssions on
thlhContiueut, which is kindly, con
sidered that "on this Continent" Spain
does not own a square inch of territory.
Sixty thousand dollars toward is
offered by tbo Frenoh Minister of Agri
culturo "for tho discovery of an effica
cious aud economical means of destroy
ing the phylloxera or of preventing its
ravages. This, it will be remembered,
is the insect that is devastating the
Mr. Bayard Taylor Jis to return to
tho United States from his two years'
absence this Kall,coming directly homo
from tho Millenial Celebration in Ice
land. Ho will bo on tho lecture plat
form again this Winter. Years ago ho
was ono of tho most popular lecturer
in the oountry, and his later ex
periences specially through tho past
year in Kgypt, Germany, Shetland, tho
Orkney and Faroe Islands, and iu Ice
land, arc suro to lend new interest to
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
Ol' AM. KINDS, HAHD AND BOl"T,
Keep constantly on hand
Mill and Yard,j Conner a-ltl. S
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WALL & ENT,
I '.Miinuricturerx and Dealers In
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And the celebrated Illuminating
AURORA OILs' t
Br oss' llulldlng, 11th St. & Ooraerolal Av
AT WILCOX'S IJI.OCK FOK ?1.00
WHOLES A LIS
Jobbers and Retailers of
Choniicals, I'ttti'iit Arcdicinos, IVrftunory, Soaps, Brushes,
Toilctt Artii'lcs, Druggist'!? lwuii'V (roods, Collier "NVliito
Load and Othor (J radon, Paints, Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower .Material, True Colors, Dye
Stufls, Etc., Etc., Etc.
We Solicit cnrru.ipondciieo and order' Irom DrinKiM, Physlciann and Oeneral Stores
lli.waul of Oooils In our l.luo, McjinlioMt,,rhuUtlm and Kmully .Mtdlclno eases liirn
Ished or Kellllcd lth Itcllahlo Dnnjs At JUiaHmuM'- Kates'
WHOLESALE & UETAII;, 1IETA1L & WtEFCJtll'TION,
71 Ohio l.cicc.
ML ICrtTAl't. AllUnO.
J. Q. HARMAN &, CO.
Real Bsta tie
J 10 US K AGENT, L
COLLIUITOIIS, ' , i ' i
Aud I.aml Aki'IUmoI the llllnol" Cimtral ami
Jlurllnylijii and .Mlr-uurl K. K. to-.
. North (Jor. Sixth and Ohio Luvcji,
C. WINSTON oi, CO.
Refil Estate Agcutsj,
7t Omo Lkvkb, (Sccoml Floor,)
lluy ami Sell ItKAI. ITATK. Pay TAXIS
Kuriil-lies AbitUcU of TlUe.
General Insurance Agent
Ohio Levee, over Mnthus & UhlV.
tSTiWone but first-chits Companies
-. KsTAIIUHIIEl) lbnS.
Suilord, Morris & Caiulcc,
7!J Ohio Lcveo, City National Hank
Jluilding, Caiko, Ii.ij.
Tjo oldt--.t cttabllsheil Accm-y In Sotilhu
lllliiitlf, rcpre-cntlnir over
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY.
TJIK 1'OKTY-FIPTH ANNUAL
SESSION of Studios in tho
ST. LOUIS U-NIVEKSITT
Will begin on
MOND.VV, SEPTEMHEU 7tli, 1S7 1.
Por Prospectus, giving torms-instruc-tions
to parents, Are., iic, ajiply to or
KHV. JOS. O. ZEALAND, S. .1.,
tii. Louis University, SI, Louis. JIo.
Vdi PARKED GUN'.-
SCNO STAMP ron CIRCULAR
lLlLUoI lSMlTlL M. D.
" nfeinr.ECIC-No. Si; Thtrfeentn atrMt
betwttn Washington aveuua and Walnu
ttreet OUlee-lS::ommerelnl uvenuo, up
Wnlilm;tnii Ave. cor. Klflith St.
A innti Intcndlnc to ilobimlnesii must
first prriinro limnc-If to him ihn rn-
! (iiircmrnts ofhlH customer!! ; next h
must let ovorj- posMlhU. or irolinhle
customer bnntr tlmt ho Is ko prcimrcd.
In n very Miinll place ho may TKLLull
the ppojilo irlint lio can do. Innlnrtrn
tilhieri) it printed hundlilll, postrr or
i-Irciihir, properly distributed, will ho
enitactoiiy, but WHOEVER IS IN A
PLACE LAlMiT. ENOUGH TO SUP
POKT A NEWSPAPEU WILL I INH
THAT IT IS THE C 1 1 E A P EST M E 1) 1 L'3t
TllltOlKIH WHICH TU ADDKESSTME
sRobt. Wood & Oo
1130 HIDGH AVKNUK
PHI L A.DEL AHI A, PENN.,
Fountnlnf'.'Vines, Anlmnln. Iron Stairs,
LnmpiroHU, Stable Fitting.!,
3AST,YU0U0HT.'& vire railings
Concert and Lecture Halls.
.1 t 1!
And a Gouornl ABBortment of Orna
inontal Iron Work.
Istlmalcs and tleslpns s(ntinajipuall d.
I pl- the clsss ot work dtslia