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Rut a few weeks elapse to the an
nual spring elections in this State. It is
timo the Republicans were marshalling
their troops for the conflict. An effort of
desperation will bo made, by the Slaveoe
racy at the next fall election, to ain
their ascendency, in .the State. Ami as
preparatory to that elYrt, they will spare
no pains or penalties, 'to show a jaiTi
in the local election now soon 'to transpire.
If through the Mipincness of Republicans,
tltey can reduce our majority to tight or
ten thousand, the country will rin with
the cry of their exploit, and it will fur
nifh them with a good crowing fund for
Tho Republiears can ju.t as well as
not give a majority of 20,000 this spring
if they make anything like a reasonable
effort; but a great party confident of its
strength, can easily be defeated by care
less inaction. Let it be understood that
tho spring election is a grand skirmish,
prelimenary to the fall battle; and to
make that battle sure, is of vast impor
tance that the former does not go by do
fault. Let friends wake up and .see that
every man is ready for action ; and let
the spring election show that Michigan is
not backward in the great struggle for
freedom. . Stay at home, and let our op
ponent secure the Town Boards, and in
the fall you have double duty to perform,
in watching the frauds which many of
them will attempt to secure the bate.
Organize, and make early nominations ;
talk, arouse your men, ami except of no
'compromise from the enemy. In every
'compromise they will claim a victory;
.And whenever they propose it, be sure it
is a trick, to soerrre by management what
ihey cannot by number?. They will fight
with desperation nfd 'reset t to ery false
hood, fraud and nrtiti'o, ihat.'thcir 'Iiunger
sharpened wits can -devise. Rut let every
true patriot and freedom loving man do
his duty, and the .SI i vote racy of Miehi
gan will soon be among the things that
Were. Lanstnj Rejntbltenn.
rii W"tty nr. Allowance.
vyr-injnuf" maes a irreat jmJo over the
A , w"
?e iff the Board of Auditors to
v J ones, fer hd Tor t'he use of
i.of Correction., It calls it " a
" " one of the eoldett and
d transactions on record.
oiishinc one of the many
"laced humbugs mariuiac
Alvord, Thompson & Vo.
the money paid out of
s claim went into the
. lVck and other Lo
, who owned the land
Toperty could be sold
ray for double tho
Mr. Jones, instead
fjey, actually lost over
.'otion having endors-
1 uoly "iti Jrcn:5 of Lan s i rig,
1, who negleet-
Ir. Jolie-4 Would
Gocm!.'10 tno band at u
ab it is, lie lias
yore. ;o, the benefit
. m I
i TIhj republicans;
wnr ent of pflbKc debt
1 iT-to refute euch pal
.c above, are official
t, to tho Auditor Gc'nc-
and 1857 tho State
f TriiFt Funds, was as
- W 8202,078
h'u " "l ' it'ii'Ily the republican.
'l fiat rrc have often hhown
iiikI . , . ,
the democratic ;rcss arc
AX ifl assertion and false in
.cntl. miuid referring to official facts and
iillcry mkI '
IjtvcI not yet ArrlvtU at-the
Coursi; of I'auicn
Wo notico no important chango in pri
'c. Iriccs of staple articles arc not yet
'on a level ; that is, all have lot rone down
a just proportion with wheat. The ten
dency is rapidly in tho direction of a level,
and that level will be reached by Fpring,
nvhen every thing wrll jump as in a mo
ment into tho same channel. There will
then bo Do use in holding up for a higher4
ticket. The merchant will then fee. that
io hold up his merchandise to profits cor
responding with the eo.t a year ago, will
be to turn all his business into the hands
of those who purchase stocks under the
uew dispensation, and consequently pell at
a tird less. There xnnst be sacrifices,
howeV' r stubborn men may be. The level
tnust be reached, then dwelt upon fr a
while; and then things will begin to go
up .again. Such is the due course of eve
ry panic the world ever paw, and all the
reasoning of men and powers of govern
ment can't chango it. Ornnt (. J rub I
A New 'Democratic' Daily Paifu
in Detroit. The Dtnit Yinlim(:r
of this'morning makes tho following u;i
"This Journal rill hereafter bu .!'
. lrhed under tho title of tho Dctioit ll.r
aid." Tho rumored explanation of this change
of numo, h, that the Urn1d is won to bo
issued as a new 'I'etnMcrati'r' Administra-tion-Leeonipton
daily paper, in opposition
to th Fr JVew. A sufficient fund for
this purp- 5 is said to have been already
raised and tho nceeesiry materials ordend.
It is furt li cr f iid that our old, rsp.-rted,
nr4 poj'iil ir firrthcr of tlm fjuill, Hon. J j
II. Harmon, is to take me eaiion.ii ennrgu
)f the newspaper. The Ilrild to bo
the MHiigan organ of th' Nation.il Ad
ministration ; mid hlniuld Mr. Harmon
ongago in it, his rifK ex peril nc in the
newspaper businr., and acknowledged
. . .. ,:n .i .
:r. ike it- '.nam t :.
A r, it tn
Vu all t
m l '
1,. ,.f l.i
r RID AY MORNING,
Joy Wo are unable nsi yet, up to tho
hour cf going to press, 'to keep our read,
ers " posted" on Foreign Affairs, on ac
count ot the non-arrival of the steamer at
llouMi's Monthly Puintkus' Camn
kt. The February number of this much
prized monthly paper has been roxivtd
in due season at our office. Through
C irelessne.H on our part, we have
omitted noticing it till now. The paper
fpc.iks for itself. Address, Bound's k
Land pox, Chicago, 111. Editors and
Publisher's, XTOd to them your raT.
Chanced. The name of the Detroit
Vindieafur, has been changed to the De
troit II rail. The Tribune says it is ru
mored that John II. Harmon is to take
the editorial charge of the new paper.
The 'Htmlil is to be the Michigan organ
of the National Administration ; and tdio'd
.Mr. Harmon engage in it, his ripe cspe
ricucj in the newspaper business, and ac
knowledged sagacity and tact as a politi
cian, will do much to make its fucccfs
7Mnember, readers, that wo will fur
nish you the Noiitiikrneu and Peterson's
Ladio'g Magazine, one year, for 82,25.
Tho nbovo magazine htands uheijualled
to any V.oV p'lblishcd, in tho LfTiitod
States. It being a monthly journal it
tands " excelled by none, uneijualled by
few." Who would tot venture fcr such
a chance to secure a thrco dollar macrazine
and newppjioer for 2,25. Who is the
firnt to subscribe ; send in your names.
J6raylje Milwaukee Daily Times, a
new anti-Lecompton p'ipor ju.i-t started,
Hies the name of 8. A. Douglas fur Presi
dent in IS 00.
jSQrSec advertie'ueiit of Ir3. Titeh,
Dodge iV: Co., in another column.
The (khman Ci-mm 44 The State
Treasurer cays he paid Mr. 1'. ('ashman
twenty-five dollars for mending artillery
harness. That gentleman, in j; card, as
serts he received only one-half of that
amount. Now who received tho other
half?" iric!l Ih jnormt.
The State Treasurer di-J not say any
thing of the land Mr. Cassfuan said he
made out two bills, different in items and
dates (ien. Srhwarz (j?i7nocratt) certi
fied both bill ' correct ahd due ahd, for
all that nnrai s to tic yntmry, dnw the
money on both. All there is about ' the
..titer hall" i", that it is a eharicteristie
specimen of 1 democrat' stealing. Ihtroit
toy There is a detect in the program
me of the Anti-Lt-eo np'.on Democrats.
They denounce that swindle, but they ex
press their determination to adhere to
their j-arty, whatever may be the result of
this cnisade raiut Freedom. Duchanan,
Toombs it Co., care very little about tho
grumbling of those who Jiminise, under
any event, to Vote ? ith thlm at the polls.
IgZT Tho Ohio democracy have had a
large mass meeting at Columbus. The
deiiun"i.'wion of Duchanan and the Lc
compton swindle wa very emphatic. The
course oFOeo ,K. Pugh was reviewed and
conderencd. Verily there irj a good time
A Political ' Lik.' u Hott d) you
and your friends feel now !" raid an exul
tant politician in one of our western States
to a rather irritable member of the defeat
ed party. " I suppose," said thr latter
"to feel just as Lazarus did when he was
licked by the Ayjc."
JtesV An administration journal ia to bo
started immediately at Chicago, in opposi
tion to the Times, Douglas' oran. J.
Farley, of the Joliet &t)nil and tieo.
W. Kanney, of IVoria are to bo the edi
CoLTiWATLIl 'ClIAUTEll KlLCTION'.
The Ji'pubfirm says that the charter elec
tion of Coldwater was held on .Monday,
and resulti-d in the election of the Kepub
lican candidates, tho opposition polling
but forty-two votes.
J&a? Spurgeon, the celebrated Knglish
preacher, souk times comes out with a
good thing. " 1 hi. thru," naid he, 'if
I d had referred the Ark to a Committe
' ;i NJval Hfi'.iirs, it'a my ojiiniou it wo'dn't
I ave been built yet."
ttty What is the difference between
Noali'n ark rind a doWn-east coaster ? One
was mado :f Ciopher wood, and the other
Wa i made to go lor wood.
loT Tho Detroit Adrrrti&rr predicts
that within (JO days tho Free IWss will
have wheeled about h a.s to pupport the
Ijceolnpton Swindle and swindlers.
foThf; pmall px is prevalent in
Quincy, Illinois, and tho llrahl of that
city pajs it is on tho iucrease, and calls
on the Citizens to take measures to umst
iM progrrsd. Kj .
t&r Do Holland'T, out in Ottawa coun
ty, under Locofoco control, hoists the namo
of 11 Flaviticus .). Litthjohnicu's" for
Judge of the 0th District.
JfrcJT AV'h'it liud) of nwf ( tm.ts did
th-y have in the Ark ?
Fret' i i' d Fati f.
'clock, 1 M. j
March 105 o
t'onccted nml ltevWvd lorT'lE TIU'E
Fl..ur, 1 i t I'M,
t'uril liiral, 'l 01 t,
Al pK-s dry,"
t 0 l o
5,o0v lie, 00
1 Mawh Hnv,
Tumi' Hay, ' tut,
Miinv'U". y M,
Wliit.wiH.il Lmtil.r, I M,
I'inc Lii!iil' r. j M,
Vcniui ? n 1 I K- . IN,
lVaclK'H, dry, t t,
MICHIGAN tn.VTKAL KAIMIOAD.
oit Dee. 11, 157. J
0v wo Arri:it Monday, ii:c. m,
l'n'Ci'iiir TruiiH will k-avu Luwtwii, (I'uw
ruVT Station,) nf fiI!i.vs :
r..si:.(ii:it trains westward.
N V. Ksi-rcss lmvos nt 7 25 1. M
Xlglt' " 7 30 A. M.
rASSEN(LR TRAINS K AST WARD.
N. Y. ExtToi!? leaves at 11 30 A. M.
Night 2 30 A. M.
FREIGHT TRAINS EAST.
Way Fn-ignt lcnvcf at 1 SO I. M.
Emigrant " 9 15 A. M.
rilEIUIIT TRAINS WEST.
Wiiy Ereight loan at II 30 A. M.
Eiuirrvht " 3 SO A. M
U. N. RICE,
Drug g Store!
3700, Facts for The &0PLE
LOOK TTDIS COLUMN
And Find Them ! !
KiLRurm & Hudson would re
spectfully announce that they
have been making
to their stock consisting of tho
DRUG SAX D MKDICIXBil
Gin, port Wine,
Choico brands of Tobacco,
Dox and Keg Raisins, Bag salt,
Pepper, spice, cassia, cloves,
$ir& Bttbj fungcr Sails,
Soda, candle?, soap, matches, fish
all kinds of
JEWELERY, YANKEE NOTIONS,
paints and oils,
Windoiv plans and putty,
Now is your time, as wo arc Belling
at reduced prices You will have
but to call and bo convinced
C. W. LoNQWEtL. J. KlLBUfc
I'hw Vaw. Feb, li. 1807. ('jOyl.)
Cl-lveu, Vauv. it HuVNK,
DLANK HOOK MANUFACTUKEK8,
SV' i ti n e ft, F' Ji bint Ic rs ,
And WUoltsiile Dculcr In I!wk UintlerH'
123 A 130, Lftko Corucr of Clark, up sUif,
TI. Z. CrLVEn,"i
I). W. 1'aok. CIIICACO.
M. A. llomr..)
I.Uhopni ih ins of nil ktiut.H, iirntljr dene
Alt kinJ3 cf Ul.atik 13o ki miinufacturcil n lior
notice Mdimnw, Mubif, Ac. neatly hound.
Hi- lor noliritoil. 133-tf. . .
G. A. SHERMAN,
8 7 A G F fi: o fi: 1 F TOR.
BUcn knto Paw Tftw tiling an conDcct hi
tho Station, (on lino of Michinn CrntrnJ Kail
Unitd,) witb nil regular pacsongcr trains Ea?tand
Wfpt returning to tho tillage, on arrival ti each
r TiCFcngcra carrio l at all time Utwcen
Taw Tft and L-wtcn. Extra? rsllo l for, run at
11 boars. Stao Cffioftttho " Eiehtflc" llottl.
trberKsr r'. t V-nT "ill 1H-Mt-c
?si irivi 1
A Til FX 1, lih'A I) FOR I) CO., FA.,
'. X. SllfFMAX, - Frest.
J. F. CAXriFLI), - Wy.
Tbii ii ii tt.H-Jv ciiit.!iTiy, or ihirt.' I urK r ti
gf.Hite l by the Sf ito .,f lVniylvutila, uilh a ai-i
tal htoel; .,! 10(1 0 O.lfC). ;lM i.;,l i,, ,.,t, -."iir. lv in
vine. I. witli a furl'irt ot 7."JlK, whieh beinv;
U'bh' l to iti cai it'il !iake it one tf tho
XAFFST A XI) MOST MEL1ABLF
In.-uiranro cciDfuin-? iu tho Unito-1 Stutc. TIkj-o
wihfuij fir-t cla-i Insurance ruu Jvsiro no b'tu-r
Thi-? cotnj iiuy wai orgauircJ uboutfivv ycurisiuco
mikI iivni lin' tho
of tho olli-r tiHicfj, wlicnhv rnnnv hnv umJo fhir
wreck f their cij-ital an.l business iu Lla-tc l tho
L.c.i of their uisf.rtun-ito i:itre-3, tliii Cwun'ituy,
at all uuhm, I'UU.ill'TLY
FA ID ITS LOSSES,
A honestly ri!iiro'l a rprutati.n for fair iloalirjff and
integrity which uo t'iuiilar institutiyu has been ablo
TcHtiinoiiial.'), Reference, Rates of Insurance
Ac, can bo foun.l at the otli.j of tho Aeent. who
i autaorisc-t t receive nj-j-licatiofii,
nn I ilo a general in.'urnnco l.ujiines?.
T. R. Harrison i tho authorize.! Agent, for
Vnu Rureii Co., dfMlicc at the u True 'orthereru"
UtTieo, I'aw Vaw, Mi. hii'iui.
N. Y. INDEMNITY
Of the city of Albany, with a capital and Furrlus
of fl 50,000 contiuues to toko rihk oii the cafcr
cloff of property. It is organized uf ouaxxdld
and Kulntnntlal 1hmIs AndalTords eurcrl'r pd-
vantages f r tho insuroJ, to bo inicuiniJied for tho
rarages of fire.
T. H. IlAumsojf is tlio authorize I agent for Van
Durcn Co. OITjce at tho Northtrnr OCco. 117-tf.
FIRE IXSURAXCE AGEXCY.
I-nmnia Unlvn inf. Company,
CAPITAL STOCK .2ori,0o.
CoiitiueutnJ Tire aud Marine In. Co.
CATITAL STOCK.. .1,000,000.
Xvw Yoik Indemnity Insurance CompanV
CAPITAL STOCK l&0,OOl.
Washington Tuion IiisuraMcc Company.
C'Rtlduil llhtual Insurance Company
CAPITAL STOCK 150,0o0.
Tho unler.Mguo4 h duly rutbTiiod to tako
tlhkfi no l i??ye policies, Ja tho aborc pood and
tellable Itnuranco Couipanioi, at ns low ratea oi
Prcniiuni, as tho naturo of tho rifks will admit.
LONNLs promptly and equitably adjusted.
Inhuro your bulldii eo th.it if they burn down
" theso hard times," yu will bavo tho cash to put
them up nain. T. H. llAumoy, Aent.
Utfico, at tho "Truo Northerner" Office, nrth
eiJo of iiiain strcd, Cr:t door ci?t of tho IVft olScc
Mossongor's London Cordial Gin
A I'EKFBCTLY 1TKE TO.MC AM) INVIUO-
T11IJ5 raoJiclnal bcvorairc ia manufactured in
IiOndo'n under tho rigorous es-vionacc of iho
Excido Tolicc, In accordance withtlio Excise
lawa of Great ttritaln, (which panish with
heavy penalties tho adulteration of any arti
cle designed for food or drink,) from tho fi
nest of hurley, Impregnated with tha choicest
tonlca of tlio Mctciia Mc-lica, I thai been
submitted to the severest chemical tctt, and
ockLOwlcdgcd to be freo from aby dclcteriouB
it)gredicmt.-, and recommended aj a perfectly
puro stimulant aud boverapo by Dr. At At
Ilayc?, Btnto Aesoyer, of MutH., Dr. Chilton,
the celebrated Chemist, l'rofe30r Hale, of
Ijonduti, lrd. "Caiitie, Turner, Whitney, lloak
ley, AHums, and Ulchard, and soveral hun
dred phyhiciain) In ovcry part of tho United
Statif, who co:i3iintly prescribe it in thoir
practice for kidney and p;ravol complaints,
lycpepsia, gout, rhoutnatiwtn, general o"oprc3
eion und debility. Whero tlio water Is bad
or unwholcsomo In low or Bwompy ground,
or fever and aua district, tlii arliclo will bo
found a pot-itlve cure and permanent prevent
ive. It is pat up in qti.irt and pint buttles at
fifty ceotj and 1 each, w ith tho worda "II.
1j. MeeenKcr & Co.'a London Cordial Gin"
bjo-vn in the Rlai..t, neatly labelled atid envtl
oped. Tho Inhol.-t arc co)yrighted In Now
York. 11. K. MKSSENGElt & CO.,
Importer?, 6a Fulton St., Now Yark.
CAUTtox In purchor injr, be euro that it is
absolutely ,4Mi:ssknoku's,m as several New
York and Chicago epirlt-mixcra nro swindling
tho public with a counterfeit, which they rop
rcaont aa their own importation. Every bot
tlo of rcnl London Cordial (Jin i itniN)rtcd
by 11 and bear 4 tho eignaturoof l, E. Mks
fi:wur:a fc Co.
Hold to thu trado by C. II. Pcckwith, W.
O. Dcorire, Mcrill U Ilavcro.and L. Kccd,
Chicago, ond retailed by all druggists and
FASirtoxAr.M-: i:aui:kr ANrn.Mr.
IKES.Si;U. .ill rba:LiM.,n tho boil, "f L
nod lfiif iu;i at their rorM'r.e h r. d.'-iiod.
V til .r ' ' r r.f .. Mi b . Ml f.
FIRST CLASS INSURANCE,
A Weekly Journal containing 32 columns
of choice reading matter of a character
calculated to instruct, amu:3 and interest
the general reader, will to commenced on
tho tirt Saturday in March, 1858.
Ouljr 61 jer nnnim, iu Adrnnce.
T1IK OAoKLT OF DIAMONDS, wil
ho the eheaptcst, best and most cntcrtaning
Weekly paper ever uuMistictlinNcw l ork.
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i- i i i i
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than 25 cents, and from that up to 8300
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subscriber will receive a beautiful gift in
Gold or Diamond Jewelry immediately on
receipt of his or her name, aceoiapauied
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THE SUBSCRIBERS XAMES, as
fast as received, will be placed in regular
rotation, on our book, opposito disignatirp;
bos. and the gift containing a corrcpon
ding No. will bo ent IMMEDIATELY,
post paid, to tho subscribers.
LADIES! LADIES!! LADIES!!!
You can get a largo number of subscribers
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exertion, and for every 10 subscribers name
you forward us, accompanied by the mon
ey, we will Fend you a beautiful diamond
gift. Wc moke the game offer to Gentle
men. . ...
l'leaso tear iu mind the fact that 07017
3ub3criber to tho Casket of Diamonds will
recciv'o a beautiful gift immediately on re
ceipt of his or her name accompanied by
the subscription money.
Persons wishing to commence with the
First No. should send in immediately, as
tho gil't they will receive will encourage
them to speak to others of their success.
ana tiiereDy assist materially iu increasing
our subscription lit to commence with the
firnt No. .
Among the interesting features of our
Paper will bo a Love correspondence of
the most thrilling and exciting character,
which took place in Paris, in 1855, betwixt
an hnglish ( cnUcman and French Lady
the. tyracical opposition of . the Lady s
Father to tho union of I113 daughter with
the English gentleman is described iu the
most vivid and interesting manner, as well
as the successful plots of the young lady
to elude the vunlanco and cruelty el her
heartless father. , .
These letters arc deeply interesting, and
of a pure, high-toned character. .
EyEach S ub.-criber must send 3, three
cent postage stamps for return postage on
gift. , Address t
.2?lsox, ITicks & Co!
Propr's. of the Ci$Wt of Diamonds,
110-iJm. 75 Nassau btrcct, . X.
Crusader or Freedom.
This is the name of a new weekly sheet
to Ic issued early in tLia month, at Doni
phan, Kansas. James Rcdpath, tditor
and proprietor. Th following distin
guished persons aro Ppccial contributors.
James II. Lane, General cf tho Free
Wm. A. rhillipa, Author of tho " Con
quest of Kansas."
2l. i . Cjnvray, JudL'C 01 tlio touprcmo
Court of Kansas.
Morris Hunt, Judgo cf the Supreme
Court of Kansas.
Fhillip 0. Hchuylcr, Secretary cf State
Henry J. Adams, Mayor of Leaven
Richard Ucnlf, Esq , find other eminent
citizens of the Territory, will contribute
regularly to ita columns.
Gen. Lane's career in Kansas will be
published in its columns. The price Is
?2 per annnm j 815 for clubs of ten in
variably iu advance. Address, James
Ilcdpath, Doniphan, Kansas.
The Crusader of Freedom is to bo devo
ted to tho cause of freedom and will main
tain tho principles of the Free State party.
0KANOU HAYK3, Korrb fiJo of Main ftn-ot,
ono door wcrt Hutlcr Sherman'. Hard
waro etore, wdit-ru inn 1 0 f 'UQ'l n ll i'tW, tho
chvicoet yri( ti.a of . , .
F E U I T
Each in ita season.
Freeh, pickled and preserved.
Of all kinds kept constantly on hand.
His DJNLNG ROOM will bo furnished
with all the delicacies which the country
affords, which will be served at ALL
Particular attention is invited to his
Which will consist of. tho LARGEST
AND REST rcrtment in the pkee
Ho will endeavor to keep ci hand tho
choicest assortment of
In town. He invites the attention of
the public, to his choice brands of
Tha very Ifsl in tr.wn Give l.im a
rail. ORANGE HAYE3.
1'aw, Jan 'Jbt, 1 .- 1 l--tf
ANOTHER FIGIITU CONGRESS.
HBobts & Siloes
FOlt CASH ONLY.
LOOK AT THE FIG URES I
Tho best. Lewlaton, bleached cotton.
yard wide, at , . ... 121 ctsf
Thc.best llasccc, bleached cotton, yard,
wide, tt . 11 eta.
Tlio best Uncas, bleached co!ton, yard
rrido, at. . . 10 eta.
The best Lacouia, bleached cotton,
7-8 tha yard wide, at 7 cte.
The best heavy cot n llanncl, at 11 eta.
STOP ONE MINUTE
and look at those beautiful Valencia, the
25 cent kind, at only ono ehilling. No
use in paying 10 or 121 cts. for Deluges,
where you can buy the real old-fashioned
ind for 0 cent5.
and hitch, and tako a lpok at tbe Cheapest
and best DeLaincs ever wen ic Paw Paw)
at only ten ccnt3.
This hori3o was cstablighed 11 yeara
1 1 ! fl
ago, ana was never Known 10 cav.o in '
or "play baby," and never wi?l 60 long oj?
we can se.! magnificent
at only 121 cents jtr yard
" Wc navo 110 tcsitatic'n in s7inp, and
wo Bay it boldly," thcro is no better Doub
c Fold Uniou iucxino laid in; this coun.
try, than wc scll at 35 cats per yard.
Cases of very gocti !ark ctlcr print.1
at . oconts.
Cases cf fst ratg Fast color l'riutu, ,
at , . 10 ccnttr.
Cases of first rato Faet color Prints,
at 11 cent?.
Wo Itatc slippers for brcakfart, dinner and
, balla, . . - . .; . ,.. k .
hoes to fiet in, stand in and tyalk in,
Gaiters to dance in, flirt inj and talk it'A
lSlipjcr3 in which to do nothing at all iy.
Roots for Vintcr, piicg, Sum'r and Ft)
Roots and Shoes you must have, you t
And the placo to buy them, 13 at
Cases of good dark color Ginglums, .
at 10 cents.
Cases of good -dark color Ginghams, .
at , 121 ccnte.
Cases of good Englijn Mcrinoes very
Cheap, at Smith Jk Co.,
Hong of the Rubber.
Roys and Girl j, Girls and boys, .
Just keep quiet, hear tho noiso
Smith'n making in this town,
He docs the burners right up brown '
Read the papers, night and day,
Sco what ho has got to ay
;Rout his Rubbers, be.st in town,
Knocks prices right straight down.
Sixty two aud a half cent a pair .
Is all they ask for Rnbhcrs thorp,
Four utrapt panda!. are no more,
You never saw th5 liko before.
And Sinith.'s orders sell off squaro s
For rdxty.two and n half ,cents a pairy
No " Meiggto jiirglo" at this stor
AVc tako no le.s, wc n.:k no moro.
A new lot of Tea just corao to hand,
better than ever. Price 50 cents a pound
A prime article of
price f cents per pound. Tno above prk
ccs arc for cash bnly. Cash will do won
ders at the LONG BRICK STORE of
E. Smith & Co.,
I AfiMlfl. of Turk for salo
1JU by E S & Co.
i Abbls. of Iaw, lor salo
e s & Co;
O ACart loads of Hams, for
JLJ solo by B 9 & Oof