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ihs Eaton Weekly Democrat
EDITED BY A COMMITTEE.
V.aton, Thursday, July 28, 1870.
ISSUES BEFORE THE
A White Citizenship, Free Trade
Repudiation of the BondedDebt,
Abolishment of the Income Tax,
Restoration under the Old Con
stitution and no compromises
with the destructive andlnfamous
policy of a centralized despotism.
Democratic State Ticket.
For ScrJMUrY ol State.
Of Cuyahoga County.
For Supreme Judpe,
HoN.lUOilARD A. HARRISON
Of Madison Couuty.
For Comptroller of the Treasury,
JOHN A. HEATON,
Of Beimor.t County.
For Member of Board of PoM(s Works
Col. WILLIAM SPENCER,
Of Licking County.
It la a uotlcable fact that
while Radical office holders, in
every part of the country, are
becoming del'aulterurs and chea
ting the Government out of mil
lions of dollars annually, tie or
gans of that party scarce bestow
a though upon the matter, or dis
miss the subject as an unwelcome
and painful one. Indeed, some
of the more reckless and shame
less journals in the Radical inte
rest have been kuown not only
to commieserate but to defend
the raBcally defaulterer, whilst
the pliant clergy have pretended
to weep at what they call the "de
generacy of the time."
In the early days ofthe repub
lic, and under Democratic rule,
when diohoi esty in public offi
cials was the exception and not
the rule, aud when things were
called by their right names,
public servant who cheated the
Government was looked upon as
a tuief, not a defaulter. Instead
of receiving countenance or sym
pathy, he was punished as a THfEF;
he wB--Uiien from the society
of honest menThiSlukless bonds
men had to make goo$-SivTrrrV
nf tm aoDDERY, and those
who ventured toexpss sympa
thv for tho-fftmty scoundrel wore
very speedily silenced by the
frowns ot an indignant commu
nity. In those days the career
of the official thief was brought
to as Bpeedy a determination
was the bargler or midnight as
sassin. He was shunned by
virtuous and good, his influence
gone, and his social Btandiug lost,
never to be recovered. He was
an outcast whom every man avoi
ded. But with the advent
Radicalism to power, and with
the prevalence of the peculiar
ideas of the party, all this
changed. The political thief,
he has succeeded in making his
"pile," loses neither casto in soci
ety nor standing in the Radical
party. Iustead of beiug denounc
ed and prosecuted, he is taken by
the hand and made much of.
The country is full of defaulting
Paymasters, Indian AgentB, Re"
venue Collectors, Treasurers, and
other officials, who have defraud
ed the Government oi millions of
money, uot one of whom have
been punished. These robbers,
instead of being apprehended,
walk the streets at noonday, and
fare sumptuously, squandering
their illgotten wealth with a lib
eral hand upon harlots aud syco
phants. For the most part they
are shining lights in the Radical
party.and instead of beiug frown
ed upon by the leaders of fash
ion, they are the petted favorites
of the Shoddy Aristocracy. How
long shall our country be disgrac
ed by the profligacy aud dishon
esty of men in high places ? We
answer, just as long as the pre
sent Radical party is continued
OFFICIAL PLUNDERERS. GO TO WORK.
We ask our Democratic friends
all over the county to efficiently
organize themselves for a hoti
campaign. The Land Grabbers
and Bondholders will make
desperate fight, but they cau be
easily vanquished if every oppo
nent of a debased and corrupt
Radical party but does his duty;
just as sure as that Ben Butler
is a thief aud Bob Schenck a rob
ber of the people's money by his
persistent support of laud grab
Beautiful and True.
In perusing a work by Loug-
t el low, a few days since, tbe fol
lowing paragraph arrested our
attention. We read it over a
second lime aud then concluded
to give it to the readers of the
Democrat. We have no doubt
that most if not all over adult
readers have experienced the
"sunshine and gladness" as well
as the "gloomy hours" so beau1
tifully patronized by tha gifted
Longtellow. Certain it is, we
have. No man living i3 so cer
tain of uucouuterinir it as the
political editor; no one is so of
ten betrayed; no one so often
feels the his9 and sting ofthe vi-l
per that he has warmed intq life
With thousands to criticise his
views aud hm writiDg, the fault
findov Is ever ready to object to
this and to anathamatize that,
when perhaps this very fault
finder is too stupid to even man
age his own private affaire; too
dull to be the judge of anything,
and too illiberal to allow any
one to hold an opinion that does
not accord with his own dis-
jounted and crude notions. He
is the man who makes the world
"cold and dark," and carries
hearUbumings and anguish
where there should be "sunshine
and gladness." It is "perhaps ac
cording to the laws of our All
wise Providence, that the world
is thus constituted, for next to
the word of Holy writ itself, it
furnishes evidence that this world
is only a temporary abode, where
for a few short years we are per
mitted to tas-fce of sweet and bit
ter waters, to bask in sunshine
and to suffer iu storm, to be made
happy by the kind word of the
true man, and to be erushed bv
tbe rough remark of the heart
less ingrolo. But to extract;
Ah, this beautiful world! J
know uot what to think of it.
Sometimes it is all sunshine and
gladness, and Heaven itself lies
not far off; and then it suddenly
chaujres, and is dark and sorrow
ful, and the clouds abut out the
day. In the life of the saddest
lof us there are bright days like
fthil, when wo feet ns though wo
could take the world in our arms
Tin ii 11 ttregIoomv fa
when the fire will not burn on
our hearths, and all without and
within is dismal, cold and dark.
Believe me, every heart bas its
secret sorrows which the world
knows not, and sometimes we
call a man cold when he is only
Stealing from the Poor.
sums are every day
wrung from tbe labor of the
country to support an extrav
agant administration, maintain
large army of officials and per
petuate monopolies, and when
complaint is raised, we are asked
to admire the wonderful financial
policy by which a few millions
of the hard earnings of the peo
ple have been employed in buy
ing up government nouas. ihe
masses cannot see how such
reduction of the debt benefits
them. Taxes remain just as high
after a dimiuutian of the debt,
as when it was on the topmost
round oo the ladder. The Rad
icals steal the money contrib
uted for the expenses of govern
ment, and tax the people heavily
in order that the pool to be
stolen may be larger.
The candle which accident
ally fell it.to a pail ot water was
much dui out by the occurrence,
aud has been since fizzically un
fitted for work.
Don Piatt, a Republican, says
that "the partnership heretofore
existing between honest men aud
rogues is hereby dissolved, and
every man is left to go his own
political way unquestioned.
Greeley, Grant & Co., will settle
up the concern. The late Re
publican party is the deadest
thing above ground, and if the
surviving friends wish to retaiu
for it any feelings of reepe. t they
will hasten its funeral.
Spirit of the times Juleps and
Venders of lager beer wear ve
ry smiling countenances these
days in consequence of their large
sales of the beverage.
Wanted a small boy to fan ye
editor this hot weather. No ob
jection to his being a white boy,
if hfl doesn't sine- nr wliiatin
Uudcr Sumner's bill, the inev
itable negro is to be crammed
down the people's throats
whether they are willing or not.
According to its provisions any
landlord who dare refuse a negro
a place at the table among white
guests, the negro cau sue and
recover $500 damages, and the
said landlord can be otherwise
fined from $500 to $1,000, and
imprisoned. The same penalties
ittach to school directors if ey
refuse to admit uegroes into the
wbito school, and to the roans
agero of railroads, churches, the
atres aU other places, and to the
managers .or refusing to aciiuit a
dead negro to be deposited in any
Can't Understand. Mrs. Lin
colu has been able to get a pen
sion of $3,000 per annum from
the taxpayers of this country.
Why should she receive for the
balance of her life the iuterest of
fifty thousand dollars, when she
is worth one hundred thousand
dollars in her own right? The
l -e u: i.
wiaowsor soiuierd wuu "'i
the battleheJd, ana WUO are now
struggling lor bread, cannot un
derstand. Neither can we.
War in Europe.
The news this morniug is cisive
as to war. Whatever hopes
may have been entertained as to
a peaceful set- lemetit through the
joint intervention of othe nations,
are destroyed by the invasion ot
a French territory by a 1 russian
force, with the view of cutting
railroad communication. Prus
sia is prompt in taking the initi
a ive ; but this act is shrewdly
used to arouse 1-ranee to a more
determined and unanimous sup
port of the government. I here
are rumors of a battle on the
Rhine, but they are not reliable.
The people of both France and
Prussia appear eauallv enthusi
astic and united in support ol
their respective governments.
Volunteering is act've in Ger
many ; the reserve has been
called out in France, and a large
popular loan taken up in a few
hour. Each nation clai.us that
the other is the aggressor, and
both insist Providence will smile
on their armies and insure vic
proapect ia that Jfrancc
ana 1 russia Trill be allowed to
fight out the questions involved
without any general intervention
by other nations. Russia is re
ported as favorable to Prussia
and Austria to Frauce. England
will remain neutral, unless Bel
gium is invaded. Denmark will
side with France, if it can, in
part payment of an honest grudge
against Jf'ussia. Italy and Spain
arc strong for neutrality, but
profess friendship for France.
Napoleon leaves Paris on W ed
nesday for the frontier. There
are rumors of a wonderful re
volving cannon with which the
French artillery are armed. We
may look for serious work before
the close of the week.
So far as we can gather from
tho press the sympathies of the
American people very generally
go with the Prussians. The
large German element in our
population is intense in its devo
lion to the "Fatherland," and
this accounts to some extent fcr
the tone of public opinion. To
our mind the Americans can
more justly refuse their 6ysmpa
thy to both King William and
Napoleon, than extend it to
either. It is a war of the mon
archs, and not of tho people for
Statesman, 18th inst.
The county jail is again ten-
antlees. May it continue so.
Know ye the printer's hour
of peace? Know ye an hour
more fraught with joy, than ever
felt the Maid of Oreece, when
kissed by Venus' amorous boy ?
note, hi& columns all with sad
ness fill; nor yet when brother
printers quote the eftusions of
h':s blunt worn quill. But, O,
'tis when the weather's fair, or
clad in rain, or bail, or vapor, he
hears a subscriber say: "I've
come to pay you for your paper.1'
If some of the young ladies
about town who walk like a chic
ken over a hot grid-iron, want
pedestrianism made easier, they
must not attempt to force a num
ber 5 foot into a number 3 boot.
There is a lull, which does uot
seem lovely, in the matrimonial
market of this county. Whether
attributable to the heat, high
rents, expenses of dressing dear
ies, or want of money, no one
seems to know.
Statesman, 18th inst. Aew Advertisements.
made' from thejnico of the Oportive
LEROV MEDINA CO. O.
Incorporated, Feb. 8, 48.,
Cash Surplus, Sept.
29, 1869 - - - - $251,820 39
Leases Paid over - - - 278,000 OO
Insures Farm Property Only.
EXPENSES LESS, in proportion to a
raount of business tban anv Other Com
puny doing business in Ohio, and fer
this reason its rates are lower than those
r . ."i
Wsthout any fUPther Liability
Has been in successful operatioi
over twenty jears, ana Dy reason
of its low rates, fair dealing, and
prompt settlement of losses, has become
the most popular Company in the States
among the Farmers. In ease of Iofs,
this Company pays the full lue of prop
erty destroyed by
Fire or Mjightning,
up to the amount insured. For Insur
ance or further information apply to
tS. M9. HOMstlMMZS.
For Prehle tpartofMonlffon'riCountias.
ADDRESS, Gratis, Preble Co., O
.Nov 11th. 1869,rrl.
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Bei g the pure juice of the grape, pro-
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o - . n. . . -
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INVALIDS USE SPEKR'S PORT
FEMALES USE SHEZE'S PORT
WEAKLY PERSONS FIND A
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Speer's Wines in Hospitals are prefer
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Sold by Druggists serially, who also
sell Speer's Standard Vine Bitters.
Trade supplied by all wt olesale Dealers.
See that the Signature of Alfred Speer,
Passiac N. J.,is over the cork of each
A. SPEEDS Vineyard, New Jersey
Office, No. 243 Broadway. New York
For Sale by J. Pi BROGKINS A SON
'K9 tvr Kitn. Ohio.
Richard B. Wilson, plt ff Preble Contt
1. of Common
Nelson P. Phelps, Deft, 'Pleas In At
tachment. NELSON P. PHELPS, of the State
of Illinois, willLnJe notice, that.
Richard- B. Wlaon, of theState of Illi
nois, did, on the lrth dsv f June, A. D
1870, file his Petition io the Conrt of
Common Pleas within and for the conn
ty ot Preble and State of Ohio, against
the said Nelson P. Pheips, setting forth.
that the said defendant is indebted to
said plaintiff in the sum of Five Thou
i iiii ?.t ... .
saua uouars wnn interest inereon trom
August 1st., 1869, being in part for the
purchase money of certain Real Estate
situate in Leairjgston county, Illinois,
sold and conveyed to the deten lant, by
the plaintiffin January, 1869, &c, Ac
And on the 11th day of June 1870, a.i
order of attachment was issued from said
Court, in said action on the ground that
said delendant is a noa resident of the
Slate of Ohio, and on the 15th day ol
June, A. D. 1870, the sane was levied on
the following proDerty ofthe defendant
to wit. A certain tract-or parcel of land
situate lying and being in the county of
freble ana State ot Jta, and known by
being the South east quarter of section
umber eight (8) ir. township number
eight (8) of range nun.Ser one (1) east,
fee. Containing one hundred and sixty
acres be the same more or less !
Plaintiff prays judgcent on said claim
(or the amount above named, and asks
lor sale of said property, and that the
proceeos arising therefrom may be ap
plied in payment of said claim.
Tho said Nelson P. Phelp3 is notified
that be is required to appear and answer
said petition on ov before the 3rd day of
September A. I). 1870.
WALKEft & WALKER,
Campbell & Gilmore, Attorneys.
Attest D B. Morrov, Clerk.
July 14, 1870 w6, prf $20
Daniel Stump, Fit ff, Preble Com
vs. Pleas In Par-
MhiiahStump.et.al dfts 1 tition.
MARIAH STUMP, of Darke county,
Ohio, Albert Avery and Hannah
Marian Avery ot Jfreble, county, Ohio
and John D. Baker of Montgomery conn
ty, Ohio, will take notice that a Petition
was filf d against tbent in the Court oi
Common Pleas, within and for the coun
ty of Preble by Daniel Stump and is
now pending, wherein the said Daniel
stump demands partition ofthe follow
ing real estate to wit: Situate in the
county of Preble and State of Ohio, and
bounded and described as follows, to-wit:
Being all of the north half of the north
east quarter of section number thirty
six (36) in township number six (6) of
r nge number three JJ east 4c, con
taining 80 acres of land more or lss.
And that U tha next term of said
Conrt, the said Daniel Stump will apply
lor an order that partition may be made
made ot said premises,
CAMPBELL & GILMORE,
Attorneys for Petitioner.
Att est D. B. Morrow, Clerk.
July 14, 1870 w6prf14
Having been appointed the
Agent of the Richmond Wooleo
Mills for the sale ol all kinds of
woolen Goods in their line such
as Blankets, Flannels, Jeans,
Tvveods, Cassimeres and Yarns,
which I will exchange for wool
at Factory prices.
Cash paid tor wool if desired.
Call in and see before disposing
of your Wool.
M. F. STEPHENS.
May 12, 1870—w8.
The Trichina Spiralis or Pork
Perhaps it is not generally
known that the much talked of
trichina spiralis, or pork worm,
waB firt discovered iu America
by Dr. li. C. Kendall, of Phil la -delphia,
Pa., w ith that American
instrument known as the Craig
Microscope, costing only $2 75,
after repeated failures to discov
er the worm with an imported
microecope, costing $55, "of feeb
ler power and less reliable." This
act Dr. Kendall stands ready '.o
prove at any time. The "Craig"
Microscope in neat box with full
direction is mailed anywhere for
$2.75, by E. II. Boss 313 Locust
St., St. Louia, Mo. Read adver
tisement in this paper. juue9.3m.
How many housewives are
there who have experinced the
difficulty of outaining good vin
egar. Bead the advertisement
ot W. U. Bishop in this paper.
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ALFRED CENNET'S ESTATE.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed was this day appointed Admiiiix-
trator of the Estate of Alfred Bennett
deceased JULIA A. BENNETT.
J. H. Foos, Attorney.
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vine at Dayton at 1 0 a. m.
Leave Dayton at 1 p. m., arrivia
at Eaton at 6 30 p. m.
Prompt connections inadewith Noi th
ern trains at Davton.
Pameni-PH will be cnllcd for by lr-i
ine t'icir address at tha Doup House,
Davton. and the c xress wmce, yax
r T , , f l I t o
the Drug slorc oi . J .pnrowias a. oon,
All orders andcommisaions prompt Ij
arterded to. J AS. TORBKKf E.
jan. I 6b jrl.
EOOFLAHD'fc OTTtLTAH BITTERS,
HOOFUND'S G1BMAH TONIC,
Prepare Vy Or. J. XI. Juctaon, Philadelphia.
Their lutroJueiton Into lata touotry froo UHBM
TTtEY CUttKD TO OS
FATHERS AND MOTHXBS,
And wHl dire ynn an
n. They aa
i the many
aaUrd BitUra or
an tavern naena
Tootaa. The ara
raUon, or aajraMaaj
nkeoor; But good, hm at, n-ltabu aaawaaa TImw
S 0rmtmt knaum ratiJitsar
Dfserrses of the Kidneys,
ERUPTfffNS OF THE SKIH,
and all Dtaeanea srM m (roam m Mssn
4ere4 Uwer, Mourned, or
imrrnirr or tub blood.
CswBtrpatton, TUSn'enae. Jfcwnard JUaV
raUneu of Blood to tbe Head, Acidity
f tba BtomacK, Kanarja, BsarV
rrttrn, piavn.it far Food. Vulneaa
a Wn4t m tba Btonach,
Baur Kructntiona, SlnlB-
lntr or nuttorimra tho
Fit of ttm Ptoroaon, Swim'
znina- ol t e H-j-.d, Hurried or
XMSltuU Bra ' thiruf, Plutterinat
at tho Heart. Ohoklnw o r
when in a Ly- W9 1'V
or Webs refore tno nsmt, ruu
Vala in tbe Hoad, Deaolena
of Porapirntirn. rerlo-7aBBa
oi tha B'.:in and Kyaw,
Pain In The Sloe,
Bark, CJxrH, liiraba. etc.,
Sudden Flun of Hent, Huro
lns in the Flesh. Cnnatint Imaainlnm
of j-.vil and i rtat Cesrasaion ot SptrltBV
Ml Ihtu indtcnU iltvn nttt liwtr ar DiftUv
lhj.ih. mare mUa onpare MaaaV
Hoofland's Gorman Bi tiers
la entirety vecrtabVe, and eontmtna wo
Honor. II 1 a ( iuouiid or Fluid Ei
irar-l. The Moot-, Hcrba., and Barks
from avhlrh I lirw- extracts are mada
are "iiilwird .a""" 1 n Hermany-
11 Hie 11 ''"'fV fcrtnal vlrtnea
arc rlraci(ta froan then, by
a a 1 e m 1 W t aaaw rlieinfirs. Theaa
mxtrmtt are? (Hen loruardrif ro thlw
ooiintry o be iiMf-d rxiircrrjy rrr atia
inailiilM 'inc ot ln-r Hlttera. There lav
no aii-nlillriiluiicr oi'any hind aacd
Hi eonava-u ii Ui't: tlir Fliien, hisn tt ls
tbe oil!) Bitlerw that can be naed las
on-ea aiirrr aJco!.U atinawtaata ara
HoofIar.l's German Tonlo
r(7rKentf df Ou 0OUHL
v Oranoe. ale M U anad
with rvnm Sattia
vrmr it(K " "X BUUTH
awrateaVaTi $r,m.,.fm u rairai. Iwra T
miml tti'l rr-mrJt'l MM antlrcly IBailiu raw
any .Jii'ri orrrfi. .1 far Utt em fi4 dfnaaii
U, . bfirg tr.rvtifii yrrpartUiew ewedarfawl aaWwafty
whJr IU. elk's, 're met daaaajaaea if Zwm . T
0a td anl ayeiruvt. re
...riuiwr ferai tm iaaV
tn. floaeaw. lalmluU, Wl ia
rJwa..l yeaimm aas
lit lame ii irrMia
tmmm UmU krnom mUatgratuff all
There it em m
B-ll era ar Tnm.c
They ImmmaH a
a a rt&vmemsttt of the
tad, email. Ou mtm-
mack la tligetl it, jmrfa Uu blood
Voad, mvt a gat, iniws,
UU v Idage from Oat
em. . eon ri a- Mrana la iht eatakt, aa aaaaae uu aaniav
fnoa . thstet-areahed, laiarlalaa. aailf, awaLaaraaaw
niii Im a falVjueod. mood, amd aliaai laa aawtmm.
W art and Delicate children are
mndr tironr by ualnK tlie Htltere or
i c. In liiei, tnry are Pantly Mad-
elnra. Tln-j ran be admlnlaterrd wlaia
nerlrrt ara to a child ajarae naoatauB
old, ilae naat icllea4e laamaJa. or a aaaa
Thtot Jarmtdiet art OU but
bail IjIimmI A'f v V" I
hirer ia order ; keey
mm. a fund health a
aj Imote ren.fil.et
nd am diaaaat wiO
toer atta i.' uni.
The attataaim tha nindri I tu.rn.mtmd
them. If wart nj horteot
pyu il try Uuat j iflliaSliai
PHUa rro.-v. axo. w. woocwaw),
Cblef Jurtlce of ilia Buprnae Conrt of roaaat eaam
Vmi.tBax.Tafk, Marsh 1ft, lawl.
1 Mad " Haaflan ft German Bitten " it mat I
icatiaj aeverfire. lout it a goad tonic, uatfal an dtaardt
of the digetltvt oryttnt, and of great benefit mm aaaaf
dabptilM and nranl of nerromt action, in the tymtrm.
l omrt trnlp.
GEO. w. trooDtrAXA.
FROM nOR. JAM KB TOOalPSOIS,
Jadtfc of itu- Huprema Oourt-of Panwaaivannk
Piui.aDSi.raii, April 2S. lSSS.
eanalder .aav " 1 1 ooflaod'a
fii-rnxun IIU jfm. lera " a ralmahto
merlfir,' Incnae tmmaaamjMh erf nSSarh a off
I n d tfs r n tloiiaaaan aaaaaor Dvapopala.
I can ttvrtlly tliii from my eapar'caca off
. voura, wiun roanaci,
FROM REV. JSdEPH H. XKNffARD, X. IX.
Tailor of the T.-nth BapUat Chorch, PblkaaWpMaw
Di jicilnl-lini ota: t mmmt mom
reonemted Im connect av
name, moth rtc
different Irtnd. of mfAictnaa, bad a)
at n4 uf my a; i" on ,aU tnhert
7 hant im mat
dined ; but tmitl. a rl.ar proof tm narioum xmmt
particnarly inmv otmomity, a the umtfulmtm of Bo.
UnoJtmnmVt Ottawa Bittert, 1 lityart for once from as
atuat cow te, lo frirreu my full ctnmatian Mas for aas
utuai cow te, to erirrcu rnvntu caBBMaaa
eral Uvi'iiny oi nil
Cornphilnt, H la n
lliu rat.i rn and eanaaMHj
t, it ana)
fail; but ntmaOy 'aaal I
be eery brneflriommmmm mma
I'oari, vary rial ittfnUn,
J. H- KMlfSAttO,
Eighth, batata Ooaloa otradL
Price or the Bitters, ft OO par bowls
Or, a hail ln Tor S OO. .
Price ol the Tonic, ! fO par SSIUaJ
Or, a laall dosen torn 7 IO.
The loulc ia pnl up In a,oart
u .nf ahod it it Dr. Ifoofbt ruTt
that art io m.iertnrn need and aa bight,, roaaaa.
m o 'nam
nything cite Can mt
way toy t a.
ul'i mlirg i y-"A
die. null be temt by t
nan lo Iht
on U. ' Thome Mmmmt
inrott la ann taaaaaa i
PltlM IPAL OFFICB,
AT THE OKRMAN HJEDICIJTB BTOI
ti-.m ARCH 3TMMXT, liiibatla
CHA8. M. EVA ICS,
Formerly C. M. JACKaOH CO.
bene Bcmrdlrn are for aale ary
lata, ftor. Itccpera, and I
ara every whera.
SJaBaf saaav aa awaaaetaeva Mmaf
inaBaaBWanaaaaaaaaat of AHaV
m am M Mqnd Timor t Iht aaMaf
On not farfl I
ahite u, on the at
eammim' mtU Hit oratsb I