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TAUKSJJAS EtO lfDlG JULY 8 1880
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I if SALT LAKE DAILY HEBALD
THURSDAY ilOENIKa JULY 8 1880
i > THE DAILY HERALD is published
every morning Mondays excepted at
i Hast Temple street near First South
Bait Lake Chty by the HKKALDPBIKT
I INa and PUBLISHIS COMPIMT Sub
I scription price 1050 per annum post
age included jarts of a year at the
1 SlID rato To weekly Bubacriborg
collection made by carriers twentyfive
Ir coats a week
TEE SEID WEEKLY HEKAL J Is
published every Wednesday and Siiur
I Jay morning at 350 a year tix
J I S month Sl75 postage included
THE WEEKLY HERALD is published
every Thursday morn in e at 2 a year
six months 3125 postage included
I Postage extra outside the U S and Canada I
As INTERESTIKG item for married
I men II Six of the largest manufac
Ii tories of ladiea dry goods in the coun
try have combined to start a fall
fashion that will demand twenty
eight yards of cloth for a dreas
THE HORRID Hartford Sunday
S Journal says When a female con
tributor ta a monthly magazine
I speak of the mOLt delicious delec
table entrancing and distracting of I
all innocent indulgenciea1 she means
a kiss
MISS ALICE BENSETTM D re
ceived from the old university of
I Philadelphia a short time since the
degree of doctor of philosophy She
was recently elected female physician
t for the female department of the new
hospital for the insane in Philadel
phia and has the entire charge of
I that part of the institution She is
the first woman who has ever been
I assigned a duty ofthat kind and itUo
S the only one of her sex who haa ewes
graduated with any degree from the
I University of Pennsylvania She has
been professor in the Philadelphia
medical J college for about five years
How Mn HAYES civil service re
I form is working ii illustrated in out
telegraphic columns this morning
A clerk in the treasury department
happened to be of the opinion that
Hayes meant what he mid in regard
to government officials aud employe J
not being coerced into paying politi
cal assessments and therefore he did
e not respond to Secretary McPherson
polite note to contribute 2 per cent
1 of his salary tj the republican cam
paign fund When he received his
pay a day or two ago the young man
found it abort tho 2 per cent assess
ment aud in place of tho missing
eum was a note saying that as he bad
not cortributed the amount as re
quired it had been retained by
the department to be handed over
to the republican campaign
committee The clerk was also
given to understand that any grum
bling over the robbery would coat
him hia place in the department
More barefaced stealing was never
attempted during Grants administra
tion which did not assume uny vir
tues or profess any honesty in politi
cal matters The practice under Mr
Hayea amounts alsaost to a crime in
view of his promised reforms and his
civil service order
V ONE OF the unfortunate affliction
to which this country seem to be
subject la that no sooner dose peac
chow itself than strife arises and this
destructive social contest sets in for
another run The trouble usualy
begins by some swellhead totheac
or irresponsible adventurer shootin
cfl hij mouth publicly or going
into the newspapers with infLimme
tori articles designed to Eet people
by the ears again and destroy the
little hope of peace that appears
Affairs have been moving a oDg
smoothly for some time when the
governor the person of all other
xvho should desire peflco and try to
t preserve itorcee himself into
prominence wito a speech which
has for Us object the destruction 01
the better and more harmonious
j
feeling that was manifesting itself in
the community He wants to widen
the breach between social classes ant
adopts tho means for doing so that
S suggest themselves as best The
governor know his assault would
be resented and his attack met whet
his object would be achieved This
little breeze raised a day or two ego
will of course soon blow over as hit
1 excellency ia too light a weight tc
maintain his ride of the petty affuit
i for any length of time and the other
side ought not to make any eflort to
keep up the strife But the governors
illu
foolish utterances on Monday
strate the unhappy affliction to which
wo refer above It is the duty ol
tho moderate class in the com
munily largely in the majority
to promptly meet and frown down I
all this irritating nonsense Every
body admits that it can do no good
while it certainly does harm All
the speeches that Governor Murray
can utter will never affect the Mor
mon question in the sightcst degree
r all his charges ascuaationa and in
sinuations will not weaken the loyalty
of a single citizen of the republic
The business men all who reside here
and are interested in Utah do not
want to see any more of those quar
relsome exciting times which in the
past have done so much to retard the
progress of Utah and made her fight
her way to the front weighed down
with a localcontest that might have
been avoided No sane man will
say there is pleasure or profit for
I 1 the community or the individual
i in the senseless agitation that has
I
S t f been kept up with comparatively few
I breaks for the past ten years The
assailants have accomplished abso
lutely nothing the assailed have
i i
i maintained their ground while all
t have been more or less injured by
tho csnfliot Utah has a bright
t future before her despite the efforts of
agitators malcontents and strife
breeders but whether the enjoyment
is her due shall be delayed
t of all that
layed or come in its proper order
will depend largely upon whether
s this petty warfare shall linger along j
< or come to a eudden stop
IT is refreshing now and then to
come across a truly sensible minist r
on the subject of the observance of tin
Sabbath A great many of the rev
erends have a holy horror of tho Sun
day morning paper and that mos
useful and entertaining number of
the daily journals has been roundly
abused by a great many Some of
the ministers have really gone so fllr I
as to condemn publishers proprie
tor editors typos devil and al
connected with a Sabbath morning
newspaper as being utterly unworthy I
of patronage and aa being emissaries
of the prince of darkness Like a
great many of the rest of their argu
ments there is i but little sense in the
opposition put forth by them The
cry raised against Sunday morning
papers was that tho employed of an
establishment from which such a
sheet t was issued were necessarily
compelled to work oil the day com
manded to L3 kept holy And while
such a howl was indulged in against
the Sunday edition they seemed to
entirely forget that the Monday issue
required more Sabbath work than the
one published the day previous Ad
mitting that Sunday work is wrong
it would seem that there is more crime
in issuing a Monday morning paper
than there is in a Sunday sheet But
the gentlemen of the white necktie
seemed to forget this or at least
most of them did There ie one
however who has sensible views on
the subject The gentleman referred
to is the Rev A H Shorey of Bos
tou In a recent sermon on The
Press of Boston he gave utterance
to the following and it would be well
for other members of the cloth to cut I
it out and postin conspicuous i
place
Among the most important of the
daily papers is tho Sunday issue Now
I i am aware that many good people will
take strong exception to this statement
but I am free to say that no paper
comes to my table that ii more carefully
read more thoroughly enjoyed is more
helpful in thought and more healthy in
tone than my Sunday morning paper
Tho argumens that are used against it
uch as the Sabbath work necessary to
issue it the buying of papers on Sunday
thu jreiding of a secular edition on the
Lords day these reasons have equal
totes in other things There is not as
much Sunday work on a Sunday pap r as
there is in Monday mining edition
Hnd the matter in the best Sunday papers
in proportion to what tncy contain that
is I unfit for aunday reading is no greater
than in some of the socalled religious
papers Nor am I able to tea why buy
ing a paper en the Sabbatn is any greater
leaecration of the day than buying a
borsecar ticket I frequently meet peo
ple who cry out against Sunday paper
who seem to be very familiar with their
contents Possibly they do not read
hem until Monday morning possibly
hey read them Sunday night after the
est of the family have gone to bed In
either case they would seem to be patron
zing the Sunday paper
THE TUBKISH government refuses
its submission tJ the adjustment cf
its affairs by the late supplementary
conference of the powers at Berlin
and is preparing for war against
Greece should the latter attempt to
take possession of the strip of terri
tory awarded by the conference
Greece also is enlisting men for the
I
coming strife In all probability
these two weak governments will
soon be indulging in actual war but
it is not probable that they will be
left to fight it out by thcmeelies The
great powers having passed judgment
they will necessarily and only too
gladly Bee that it is executed at the
expense of the poor Turk The fact
of the matter is there is no
longer any sympathy in Europe
for the Mussulman who must
go from the ccntinent with
their rotten and worthless govern
ment It makea no difference that
the Turks ore right and Europe
wrong in the contest that has been
going on so long it is simply the
case of a continent against the
weakest power within its borders
and right does not enter into the
account In the end it will per
haps prove the beet thing that could
happen to the Ports both in the
matter of strengthening its govern
ment and lha religion of its subject
Ouco cut of Europe domiciled in his
proper Asia the Mussulman will
probably bo left to the enjoyment of
his institutions for come generations
to come as the ambition of the
Europeans has not yet looked seri
ously in the direction of Asiatic Tur
key
LATEST TELEGRAMS
Dashes
San Francisco Consolidated
Virginia declares a divident cf flOss
per stiaru
Chicago 7The Inter Oceans
Washington discredits the Story of
Hancock resigning his generalship
Cincinnati 7uDecam won the
2 25 race after five heats Beet time
223 Billy Scott won tb3 223
pacing race in 227 229 228
Washington 7Tbe pojtofBce
department today reestablished the
postoffice at Stanton Lake County
California
Foreign
Eogusa 7The Montenegrins are
abandoning all their positions near
Dulcigno and marching on Tusi and
Padgoritza which place they intend
to attack without delay It is said
they have resolved to gather the crops
in the fields belonging to the Alba
nians SB they advance A serious
afiray has taken place in which sev
eral Turks were killed between Mna
salmons at lakoka and Christians of
Foudesi on account of the acts of
cruelty committed by the Turks
Conscience Fund The Squash
LItter on the Canal
Washington 7The conscience
fund since the war amounts to 200
000 The usual statement made
when money is sent to the depart
ment is that it belongs to the govern I
ment Contributions to this fund arc
increasing
Today Mr Menocal in company
with Admiral Ammon called upon
President Hayes Menocal detailed
the result of the recent visit to the
Isthmus in respect to the proposed
canal and the main features of the
Nicarauguan concession to the Ame
rican ship canal company The
President listened attentively and ex
pressed great satisfaction at the tae
ment that the Nicarauguan people
were in favor of the construction of a
canal under American supervision
The
American company
and by an
President hoped the canal would be
built and piormsed to do aU in his
power to accelerate the enterprise
POLITICAL I
Virginia KcntJjtislcrs Etc
Bichmond Vd 7 The adjusters
state convention met toJay About
600 delegates were in attendance
including forty colored Col Abram
Fulkeriou was chosen permanent
chairman Various committees were
appointed and recess taken
After recess Col V D Grcver
chairman of the committee on reso
lutions reported the platform The
resolutions are oonfiaed mainly tc
local l issues The resolution assert
that while Igoking to the mainte
nance of the principles and accom
plishment of the local objeoU sot forth
as superior to all other consideration
there are reason both of duty and of
policy why the readjusters organi
ration should control the voice 01 tho
etate in national affaire and it is im
portant to a successful issue of the
contest of 1881 for supremacy in this
commonwealth that this convention
nominato a full democratic electoral
ticket that the federal government
should be administered in exact con
formity with the Constitution aa it is
that it is the duty of all to accept in
good faith the results of the war and
that the aim of statesmanship ebculd
be to establish peace and good will be
tween all sections of our common
country and all classes of people
that the duties and privileges the
burdens and benefits of government
should bo equally distributed that
the tariff and revenue system of gov
ernment should ba reformed that the
federal tax on tobacco is an unjust
discrimination against land and
labor and employed in agriculture
and ought to be reprted The pint
form was unanimously adopted and
the electoral ticket than chosen
Vicksburg 2 The republican
convention nominated John R
Lynch colored for Congress for the
Sixth Mississippi District He wa
Ben James B Chambers contestant
in the last election
Minneapolis Minn 7The con
vention to renominate Washburne
today was a very large one and the
nominaton was made without a dis
senting voice the general expressions
being in favor of a rebuSe of tu3 at
tempt of Ignatua Donnelly to ovr I
throw the will of the people as ex
pressed at the pold two years ago
Peoria 7The republican con
gressional convention nominated J
H Lewis
Waseca Minis 7The r publi
can congressional convention of the
First District split on the nomination
today and two republicans were
placed in the field Dunnell the sit
ting member and W G Ward on
vbom the antiDuunell faction
united
Titusville Pa 7J D McJenken I
was nominated for Congress from the I
Twentysixth District by the repub
licans
Chicago 7 Inter Oceans Wash
ngton Judge Porter republican
candidate for governor of Indiana
eaves to open the canvas on the
lth and speaks at Indianapolis on
he 14th He is very confident at the
prospects of the republicans in that
state in October His successor as
first comptroller was named today
fudge Wm Lawrence exmember of
ongreea from Ohio
A Brace of Stock Thieves Ar
rested
New York 7Police Inspector
Byrnes tonightarrested at No 400
West Twentythird street Lawrence
R Jerome jr eon of the wellknown
banker and sporting man and Ed
ward M Pntchell manager of the
banking house of Guy Be van Co
40 Exchange Placeon a grave charge
Xne messenger boy in the employ of
Brayton Eves Co No 4 Brood
street was sent out last Saturday to
deliver stocks valued at 87200 He
returned saying he lost the package
of securities on Wall street between
William and Broad streets Mr
Ives who is president of the
Stock Exchange reported the loss to
the police After a long search the
securities were traced to the posses
sion of tbo prisoners Both are un
married young men and familiar with
the ways of Wall street Jerome
being engaged in stock speculation
After their arrest the securities were
found in Patohells office and it was
admitted by the young men that
they knew to whom the securities be
longed They intented to send them
to Europe and have them negotiated
there The manner in which they
obtained possession of the stocks was
not divulged
Chili and Peru
Chicago InterOceans Wash
ington The secretary of stito has in
dicated to our representative at San
Diego and Lima that this government
would not decline to intercede in be
half of a restoration of peace between
the two countries The tone of
latest official advices does not en
courage the hope that the offer will
be accepted as the Peruvians do not
yet concede that their cause is hope
less and are now preparing for a re
newal hostilities About a year
ago the states declined to unite
with England and Germany to
bring his unnecessary war to
a close The important commercial
interests of all nations in that section
have seriously suffered The United
States having taken the initiative
ngianu anil aemiuuy niii follow iD
their demands for peace The de
partment of state regards the ex
orbitant demands of Chili for money
and indemnification for losses inci
dental to war and the territorial
security aa simply a aubteriuge by
means of which the Chilian govern
ment hope permanently to annex the
moet valuable portions of Peru
The Corvrln O K
San Francisco 7Port Townsend
dispatch The schooner Isabel just
from the north brings the following
written report
Oanalaska Juno 3d Arrived
United States revenue cutter Gamin
twelve days from San Francisco All
well Signed 0 S HOOPER
Captain
The Com in it wiil remembered
dispatched with supplies for the
icebound Arctic whalers and the
Jeass cite
Turf
Detroit 7R1ce at the Ham
tramck course Everything was
favorable TrJreequartera mile dash
purse 200 eight started Knight
Templar won Big Medicine
second Time 114 J the fastest time
on record
Bancroft won the H mile dash I
J H Haverly second rime 2 41J
The hurole race waj won by Can
non although Harry Bishop
passed under the wire first A foul
was claimtd andallovred
1
Vermont Decreasing in Popu
lation
Washington 7 Repotts received
from the census in Vermont indicate
such a decrease in the population
that it seems doubtful if she will have
more than two congressmen under
the next apportionment These are
three now all republicans Some J
counties show a falling off of from 10
to 12 per cent
The Monument lor Americas
from France
Paris 7The committee of the
Franco American Union gave a ban
quet tonight to celeb ate the officiAl
notification to the United States 01
the assured completion of the monu
ment commemorative of the inde
pendence the United Statee which
will be inaugurated in 1883 Henry
Martin the historian Senator Bcz
erim M M Oscar DeL ayeite
OLaboulagp the Count DeL seps
Governor NOJes the American mm
iater General Paulo representing
President Gidry Minister Deiz
Monin Mr Walker consul general
of the United rates General Keye
Messrs Henry WcoJ Detmold and
Ryan and Mr Bartoldi the Eculptor
ot the monument and a lange
number of journalists were pres
ent M Laboulage president ol I
the committee proposed various
toasts He gave an acccunt of tne
work of the committee He stated
that France had provided the statue
and the artist while America would
supply the pedestal In future ages
the statue of future liberty would
stand forth as a monument of a great
epoch and a souvenir of friendship
between two people He concluded
with a toast for eternal friendship
between Franco and America
Minister Noyea delivered an elo
quent address which was frequently
applauded He warmly thanked the
committee for initiating the work
The monument would be a testimony
of friendship and glory and A living
emblem of the appreciation of
imencA for Frajc3f who aided the
United States iu gaining their imJt
jtjudecre Consul General Walker
pro jQsed the health of President
JrevF M Buharian oflered the toast
The American Press M Oscar
DeLafayetto gave a toast in honor of
President Hayes Minister Noyea
md Count Dd Leaseps recalled the
uemoty of Frenchmen who spilled
heir blood in the cause of American
ndependenco M Lafevre cx
mini ter of justice in his own name
ind the names of his former cot
aguea in government saluted the I
reat American nation
BRIEF TELEGRAMS
The Prisian Diet has beeu pre
rogutd
The French sruafe rejected the
amnesty bill
Turkey is publicly enlisting men to
fight Greeks and Montenegrin
The Suit in has drawn up a procla
mation inviting Albanians to resist
the Greeks
Rome clerical papera vehemently
censure the suppression of the Bel
gian location at the Holy See
I Several disturbances in connection
with the expulsion of Jesuits have oc
I curred in the provinces of France
Loveliness as a Fine Art
Every lady who has used GLENN1
SULPHUR SOAP will admit that tbe
improvement of the complexion
should he classed among the Fin
Arts Though she may bo past tbe
heyday of youth yet like a fades
picture retouched with its origins
tints she blooms anew under tbe
influence of this rejuvenating soap
It haa too a rare and delicate oior
far superior to most of the sickly per
fumes of the day and a distingnishci
chemist pronounces it harmless
Beware of counterfeits Sea tha
rc N CBirrKSTON Propnetor i is
printed on each packet withou
which none ia genuine Bold by drug
gists at 25 cents three cakes for 60
cents HILLS lusrATrrAUKont Hu
BYE is also a wonderworker It give
to gray hair or any undesirable color s i
most perfect and brilliant black oi
brown tint h i SQ sure and cheap
ACTOES VOCALISTS PUBLIC SPEAK
EES recommend HALES HONEY OF
HOHEHOUSD AND TAP
PIKES TOOTHACHE DROPS Curo it
one minute j > 7
JOB PRINTING neatly ohosq Iy l
and quickly done at this office
l
August Flower
The immense sale and popularity
of Greens August Flower in all iowni
and villages in the civilized world has
caused many imitators to adopt
similar names expecting to reap a
harvest for themselves at the expense
of the afflicted This Medicine vas
introduced in 1868 and for the cure
of Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint
with their effects such as Sour Stom
ach Costiveness Sick Stomach Sick
Headache Indigestion Palpitation of
the Heart Vertigo etc etc it has
never failed to our knowledge Three
does will relieve any case of Dyspep
sia Two million bottles sold last
year Price The Samble bottle lOc
mylS
Utah and Northern Railway Co
OFFICE or bECBETART AND TREASURER
OMAHA NEB July fish 16SO
milE ANNUAL MEETING OF
THE Stockholders of the Utah and
Northern Railway Company for the
election Directors will bo held at the
Pansenger Depjt of the Union Pacific
Railway Company in Ogden on Thurs
day July 29th 1SSO at 11 oclock am
IW GANNETT
jy7 Secretary
FOR SALE
40horsc Power Boiler
New and of the most excellent
workmanship at
HAYNES SONS
Boiler Works
South Temple Street one block and a
half last side of the Depot
ALL KINDS OF SHEETIttON
WORK DONE jeo
NOTICE
In the Probate Court in and for Sal
Lake County Utah Territory
In the matter of the Estate
of
William M Tally deceased J
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY
NOTICE undersigned administrator of
the estate of William il Tully de
ceased to the creditors of and all per
sons having claims against said deceased
to exhibit them with the necessary
vouchers within ten months after the
I publication of this notice to tho said
administrator at bis place of busings
at the office of the Clift House on Main
Street in the City and County cf Salt
Lake Utah Territory
1 SAMUEL C EWING
Administrator ot the Estite of William
31 Tully deceased
Dated at Salt Lake City Utah Terri
ory this first day of July 18SO jyl
E tt FRESHMAN BROS
Advertising Agents
I8G W Fourth St CINCINNATI
AM Kthorfiyl to receive adTUtircraeata
f it this paper
Ettlmatoa flU itehod free upon appliflttlea
mSeadtiro mpS for Advertirn Menu >
S
Children
CRY
FOR
Pitcher
Castoriaa
Mothers lUre ansi Physicians
recommend it
IT IS NOT NARCOTIC
> >
CEXTAUR LJNIMENTS
the Worlds great PainRe
lieving remedies They heal
soothe and cure Burns
Wounds Weak Back and
Rheumatism upon luau and
Sprains Galls and Lameness
upon Beasts Cheap quick
and reliable
THE TWO Cs
CREAM AND GANDY
GEO ARBOGAST
or THE
OYSTER CROTTO
Hakes the Finest Ice Cream In the country
In the largest quantities and at the Cheapest
Prices All order promptly filled The Cara
mels have become famoui for their excellence
Thllo other Candles aro on a par Try me I
my2 CeO ARBOCAST
FARMERS AND GARDEmS
Will do well to see the Now Stock
of Grass and Garden
SE IE DS
Just Arrived at
LCArastreDas Grail auFeo Store
31 First South St Box 310
IBOR THE IlOLIDAYS
FOR
Boots and Shoes
FOB
Hats and Caps
FOlt
Ladies Sandles and Slippers
FOR
Misses and Childrens Slippers
For the Largest Stock of
SUMMER AND STRAW HATS
At Bottom Prices
Wholesale and Retail
GO TO
CEO DUMFORD I
Ir2
DAVID EVANS
LICENSED
PLUMBER USPITTBR
1214 Second South Street
Residences fitted up for Gas Hot and
Cold Water Bath Sinks Water
Cloct Wash Basins etc in
the most approved manner
Special Attention given to Jobbing
Leave Orders with JE Evans HEBALD Office
UtdleyB PaInt Shop or at Residence Third
East bet 3d and 1th South jyi
UTAH EASTERN BOo
TRUSTEES OFFICE
1230 First South Street
Four Doers East of Dimroodeys Up
Je22 Stairs
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BEST SIX CORD
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L < S CJEISTTS EACH
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COATS traififlB THREAD
55 CENTS PER DOZEN
5 CSHTS picas SPOOL
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TEASDELS
BOWRING BROS
WHOLT3ALE Alto CETAQ
DEALERS ill CALIFORNIA FRUIT
POULTRY
FISH FRESH EGGS BUTTER
A5D
QZROOIEIRIEIES
OF ALL KINDS
Fresh Trout and Salmon received Daily
1S33 FIRST SOUTH STREET
Nobody Delivers Goods Quicker than we
75 I MAIN STREET I 75
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COODS WARRANTED I
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lai I MAIN STREET I 76
HOIJIDA I
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EXCURSIONISTS
EVERY CLASS OF NEOESSARY SUPPLIES
AT TEASDELS
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DRY GOODS
Lawns Grenadines Wreaths
Sashes Parasols and Fans
BOOTS AND SHOES
Walking Slippers5 Gaiters Fine
Boots and Bootees ifor Misses and
Children
CLOTHING
Gents Dusters Alpaca Coats
Straw Hats Summer Suits and Walk
ing Canes
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GROCERIES
Canned Shrimps Lobsters Mack
erel Table Fruits Crackers Cheese
and Choice Butter in Ice Chest
MAMMOTH STOCK POPULAR HOUSE
Prices Daily Pdjgulated and Unquestionably
Low at
TEASDELS i
0 YE PATRIOTS
For the purpose of aiding the flow of Patriotism in remembrance of the
GLORIOUS FOURTH OF 7s
I cordially invite Republican Democrats Millionaires Paupers Jews
Genjilep Saints Sinners Business Men Bummer and all others ol proper
behavior to visit my store on SATURDAY JULY 3d 1880 and accept of
tbe good things which I and my assistants will hand out to them without
charge My many friend will of course embrace this opportunity to call
and drink my health I assure them they will be made welcome On that
occasion I shall introduce a fine Whisker known as
GRAPE CREEK BOURBON
One of the beet Whiskies ever plused on this market at a moderate price
pffRcmember all are welcome to call and sample anything they wish Free
Gratis lor Nothing Respectfully
Qem CtJ
Successor to Walker Broa d Co Opposite PoalofBce
XGTIic Establishment Hill be Closed on Monday July oth
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Walker Bros
JULY
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