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Ambttant-Secretary Upton, ol
I he Treasury has rc-kneil.
BeMtorJ Beck of Kentucky,
nnd Ltwinr of Mi--: - ipjii, have
both been re elected to the Ken
tk-it. Uarfleld's physicians de
cline lo accept ny pay for their
we rviees from Mrs. Garfield, hut
will take whatever Congress may
ec proper to appropriate thetn.
The Speaker itint SerreCarj .
The Speaker and .Secretary of
--'flic Iower Uoum? of Congress
were decided upon Saturday, by
tlie Republican CAUCUS. Hon. .Jits.
V. Keilfer. of Ohio, was nomina
ted for Speaker, and Hon. Edward
McPherson, of Pennylvanian,
for Secretary. The latter, it will
be remembered, has served in
that capacity before.
Waller Brownlov. Success
We are happy to note the elec
llOU of 00r yQUng friend Walter
Drownlow of the Jonesboro Her
ald and Tribune, as door keeper
pf the House of Congress This
is a paying office, and has large
patronage. Walter's election is
due to liis own popularity, and
the special intereat that Con
gressman 'Houk and i'ettiLone
took in his behalf.
Brownlow was a candidate for
Postmaster to which position .Mr.
Sherwood of Michigan was elect
ed. The guesses about the cotton
crop arc- as divers and as actual as
hull-gull how many! Pour mil
lions, say one. No; it's three,
says another. Bosh ! it's six, ex
claim a half dozen, and all the
others together say it must be
five millions. Then all agree to
take the mean of all guesses, and
make it 4,868,000'halea, and the
obedient tields will put this out
n the crop. The estimate. of the
cotton crop are as vague as the
general crop reportsnttr-AgTi-..t:flt,
IJLljl send out
'aTot of question-, n me of winch
i are answered by countrymen, but
a few clerks of departments send
in their answers, from which the
estimate is made up. J I' any one
doubts this statement, let him
v l iiiV.ail the report with its throe an
Withers from Tennessee.
ry' ReNtilt of the Virginia Elctlloii
Hon. L 0. Fowler, editor of the
Bristol News, was elected a mem
ber of the House of Delegates in
the Virginia Legislature, at th.e
late election in that Slate, lie
was formerly a member, has had
legislative experience, and is re
cognized as a gentleman of abili
ty and influence. We therefore
copy the following editorial, con
tained in the News since the re
sult of the election in Virginia
was fully ascertained. This arli
.. - cle clearly forecasts the result of
the election in "The Old Domin
ion." By the overthrow of '-fos
sils," who have long abused their
r- -"powr; hope is revived and gives
room for great expectations of
good in the future:
'Providence, on Tuesday last,
favored the Head.justers with
beautiful weather, and crowned
them with victory. The people
arose in their might and resented
ten years of misrule, by hurling
from power the entire Fonder
party. The Readjustee now have
possession of Virginia, and they
take the responsibility without a
inissgiving. We have now to
present the people of Virginia
with a restored Free-school sys
tem and a Free ballot box., Hie
debt will be readjusted and the
friendly handoftho northern peo
ple accepted, livery State office
iias been transferred by the peo
ple to the Koadjuster party. We
lnust prove ourselves equal to
high trust we have assumed. A
free ballot and a fair count must
and shall result in first-class offl
rials. Virginia must now start
on her new and high career in the
Union. Senator Mahone stands
endoised and the dictatorial whip
h of Senator Hill broken. It will
r he of no use to the Bourbons to
I cry "niggers and -"'Vjji." They
ilistrici."an. ' '. . n White
(Ninth) district Ii more than
i; (UN) The immortal tenth I.e
-'ion has spewed them out of Its
mouth, and placed its own con
struction on J)nwryary. before
tll.ltl. doubt. Tor Arthur mid lit- nre'
Congress met Mondav. The Be great friends. Any personal re
publican elected all the officers ;!; (1i,,,!,',;al
r.i.- u... i .1 ... make ot the President would no
... .,.u i,.,m.. in meneua.e wen. retfeva i)lu greatmt oonaid-
I . in introduced a bill to. place -ration. Arthur belongs to that;
den. (irant on the retired of class of men who never forget
the arm v. .their .riends litis was ovidenc
R it, .r lt.lr A I III , M !m1 ,llt ft Ulttt llO oifered Ml'.
lu Senator IWk-A bill to re ,. ... lfti Sv).u.,.,..,llil( ol
tire tlic- trad, dollar and recount. t1(J Treasury. But it was offered!
By Senator Sherman To pro-j no doubt with the knowledge j
vide the issuance of three perl that Mr. Conkling's health would
H a perm ii nun 10 accept it. h-i
Mr. Arthur was muck to acknow
cent, bonds to t4ie amount of three
I , .... , , , .11. .11 Mini .'.1. 'It. 11 J I'. 1 1 i.ii ', i
hundred million dollars, the pro. ; lis Sbllnsti'ii to the ex-Sen-
ceeus to he applied lor the re- latorand friend.
demption of the three and a hall's.
By Senator Jarland To provide
the Tariff Oominission. Thin hill
is a sabsitute for Senator Baton's
bill of In-q Alo by Senator
Horrel, to investigate the tariff
By Senator ("rover Restrict1'
In g Chinese immigration, it being
mainly a copy of vetoed fifteen
passenger bill of is,!).
By Senator Cocke Allotting
the kinds In severality to Indians
on the various reservations, and
for other purposes.
In the House nothing was done
more than to organize ami swear
in the members and officers.
If Senator Kirkwood is tore
tire from the Cabinet!, and Mr.
James retires, as announced,
President Arthur could not do
heller than to put lit. Frank Hat
ton, now First Assistant Postmas
ter General, in charge of the Post.
Office Department. The State of
Iowa is the staunchest RepubH
can State in the Onion. There is
never any question about its po
sition or iis majority. It has had
little in the way of National olli
ces, nnd the Northwest, of which
it. is a typical State, has had little.
Mr. Hat ton has made his way up
ward through life by his own un
aided exertions, starling as a
printer's boy, becoming in hi
early manhood one of the most
respected political leaders in his
State, and building up and own
ing one of the most successful
newspapers in the Northwest. As
a newspaper man he is entitled
to the good will of the press, and
as an earnest and sincere Repub
lican, wise in council and efficient
in action, he deserves, the respect
and confidence of all Republi
cans. The holding up and man
agement of a successful newspa
per is as good a preparation for
the successful management of the
Postoffice Department as any man
Muhouc na an Investigator.
Says the Lynchburg News un
der this head: It is stated thai
Senator Mahone will introduce a
resolution directing the commit
tee on finance of the Senate to in
quire whether any State of the
Union has repudiated, or attempt
ed to repudiate, any of its bonded
debt, and whether any of the
trust funds invested by the Uni
ted States in bonds have been
lost or impaired hy the action of
any Slate. The object of Mr.
Mahone in this course is said to
bo to "get back" at some of his
colleagues from the Southern
States who have visited Virgin ia
to denounce the Readjustees, and
who have been so solicitous for
the "honor ot ttiar, otaie. tie
will see that particular attention
is paid to North and South Caro
lina; as Hampton and Vance were
specially invited to stump Vir
ginia against him by the funder
committee. South Carolina has,
it is stated, scaled a debt of six
teen millions down to less than
four, and North Carolina has gone
si ill further in the "Readjusting"
work now. H (
must Sdnist Virginia to the new
Age We must reconstruct tier
financial fabric, and wo must re
cognise the fad. that onrasBumed
owners, the cotton States are not
sending " dollar to Virginia to
open her mines and build her
railroads, while northern entoi
prise is tiring the forgo and push
ing the steam car through all our
valleys. The northern hand is
aiding us to bury the bloody
Bhirt, and we must repudiate
every Ren Hill, whoso only of
fering to us in our feeble condi
tion is a blister plaster to our
bruised and wounded memory,"
A Sew York Editor on Arthur,
SpsoUl to lim Cincinnati Coiaiiiorolal.
W.vsiiinoto.n, Dec. '2. Carroll
B. Smith, Of the Syracuse (New
fork) Star, has been in Washing
ton for several days looking over
the political situation for his pa
per, which is one ot acknowledg
ed power and ability. I met him
this evening with a few New
Vork friends at the Fbbitt House,
watching the Speakership con
lest, ami asked him his opinion of
the new Administration.
"That is a thing,"' said he,
"which I have been wat idling with
some interest, git does not lake a
man long to see that General Oar
iield is dead, however, and that
larfleld's friends and polioy have
been laid away. 1 believe, however,
that President Arthur is going to
make a very successful Fxecu
tive, and that the people will con
tinue to be surprised and pleased
i hrough the remainder of his term.
We, who have known the Presi
dent in New York for a long time
have onlv half BfUOSse 1 a!, his
real strength, and they who know
him best have been entirely ox
pectaut of the things he has nc
cotnplished. lie is stronger than
many of us supposed, ami the
men who believed that as soon as
Garfield was gone (irant would
reign again have suffered the
greatest disappoint incut of any.
President Arthur has wisely set
aside all Intentions of being a
candidate, and it is his great am
bition to make an administration
such as no Vice Presidential Fa
ecutive has over made before,
lie told its that plainly in New
Vork a month ago, and people
are beginning to see it for them
selves. "How much Influence has Irani
with the new Administration:"
"Persouallv. a gteat deal, no
Mr. Conkling out of health.'"
"ilh. yes, indeed. It is all that
Conkliug can do to make a live
in it. Hehasa deep-seated long
A 1.,- 1. 1 -t- ? . ... .
iroiioie, w iiicu .s naoie 10 canv
him off at altm.M any time."
"Are there any differences
among the Republicans in New
"None other than those grow -1
ing out of the Senatorial coutesi
last summer, and these can not
'ni. L rii ....!
Mil! IIIOIMI'II JIU IV 11 SOIL- 0L'I
that have had their time for re
venge, and the Bejuiblicans will
re-elect Governor Cornell next
tall by increased majorities."
"Is Mr. Blaine strong in New
"Very, Bis record this summer
has won him more friends than
ever before, and when he WOttta
the vote of New Vork he can
"Could he carry New York now
"Easily enough, against any
body ii. Ihe country. Blaine is the
leading man of this country, and
if all signs do not fail he will be'
elected President of the United
States three years hence without
the slightest effort. He is soon
to go into private life. If he re
mains in this country until 1883,
as lam assured he will, there is
no one alive who can beat him."
Mr. Smith spoke about the Pres
ident's tact in handling men, and
said he thought he was unequal
ed in that repect, and that no
body would ever leave Arthur's
presence in a bad humor. No
matter how badly disappointed
he may be, the President's man
ner is such that you cannot bej,)!'
fended. "I think," said he, "that
he is inclined to procrastinate
somewhat, however. He is fond
of taking iiis ease, anil likes to
gi t all the pleasure out of the
world as lie goes along. His best
time is from M o'clock at night
until 2 in the morning. He. is!
then amiable, vivacious and
happy. He likes to have his
friends around at such times, and
he will keen the entire company
in good homor. This desire not
to miss the good things of this
life leads him to procrastinate
somewhat, and' the Senate dtfring
its extra session learned his Weak- j
ness fn this regard and were be
coming impatient at delay. Onj
the whole, the new President is'
going to make many friends and!
no enemies, and it will be Ches
ter A. Arthur eve ry day and not
General (irant at the head oi the
country.'duriug the coming three 1
AITOEHSY A? LAW.
Pmrtlccf In Circuit an l U
Court- hi Uracil y, i'oik, JU-.Mii.ii
I in. -.
trUvUL II II.MIU.V KM1. II I K I K. KB
c. NHi.i;sos, . 0,t
rmtciAi and wnJhm,
Office "II Ohms M.,
Office BOWH, S p, in. to I 6, in.
TQi:. P. w. c.vTK,
riijsldau and Suikcoii,
t'HATAT , TKNX.
Will lira. -tint in BMotoa nmi virlnllv.
MM ot .
NO,. 10 If
Heuralaia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Dackacko, Sorenass of tf9 Chcsi,
Gout, Quins, Sore Throat, Swof
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, Gonarcl Bodily
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frostea
Foot and Ears, and all other
Pains and Aches.
No Wwnthtl on rail'. nnI ft Jj'-om Oil
ni ii anr-, rr, itSmptt KM rhrtffi Eltrttwl
li.mnly A Uiil onliii! IM dH nnwitivrljr
trinlnf imtUy of CO VtuH, Mitl tmj o Mifcrin(
WHS lin can U.ivi- cl iii :iJ joilhu pMW ul K
Iiirxclinnn la DtM In-nn-i.
SOLD DV A IjL DBUOGUTB AND DEALtP.3
A. VOGXXER ft CO.,
B. KERB, Proprietor,
Tlic lu-.-t .juality if KEEK. l'OItk', LC,
iilmay-nil l,:uiil. ( nsli tmid for IlkJtM
fM MM att, l all anil let lin- lirfuro pui -i-lmsin
Ubtnil prion paid in cnMh tor Href Cat-
Us, Dec. 2 if
j s. uasjcoos:,
CJ.KN i:i, ANIi, TKNX.,
wTMSOW rash, DOOM, tr.n
III.!. BIS. Etc, a-fc.
A full Una ooastantlj on bond and
made to oader, ('.ill and eiaotios.
Nov. 2d Iv.
HANDBOOK Of PLANTS
c T PETXK HEDKnOX. C
Author of i ..r' i ii 1 oi for I i - m " " I ' I'lari
sniltorr,' WUOOJsllg tor t'lft-are, tic
Thin work is dosiPne:l to All wnl that &n:clfli:r
andprof.?saU'iinll!onlcultjripUbavol osf-H tbo
noo'laf a cuuolafutcom?roiicaiivo XHutiouary ef
ThAts..rlr Milir.irr IHt Rr.t.-iniril I;rmon. Tnr -
Vfttlons. Idimican, and Katural Ordcn of Botcnyof
all tbo LsMlOf tMOOni of OIBUMIUI ana Ltaciui
Plants, up to ttiopreoent tiro, with OOOOJM instruc
tiorm for propagation aad culture. Jreat caro has
beon plven to obtaining iUkDOjni local or common
names; and comprehensive Rloasanrof Botanical
and lienors! Horticnltural term a end pffMUOM la
alao Riven, which will bo fannd of ifreat value, even
to iho limlWIOOn Horticulturist.
It ia a larfra octavo volumo pf four nnndrrd PMMi
i on fine paprr. ar.d handsomely bound la
cloth. Published aad nor.i pos'-ptld byinail, oa
receipt of $3 .00
Ol U C09DIM:U (ATALOCrE OP
KW BOAltDfKQ llOt'SK.
1' if I fill 1 Til
Pbt lbtW, sent free on application. j
PETER HENDERSON & CO.
85 ( nrtlaudt htri-ot, Anr lork. !
One L:pcrlciicc f'cuiii Matty.
"Iliad been miserable o long niiil
'ihiI cniised my liusbaml so in null troub
le Slid nxpensej no out; leomed to know
tviintallod nic, (list was completely
iliBliearteued ulid diseouragod. In tills
IVii me of mnd I 0t a Imttlo ol Hop
Blttera nud used them unknown to my
family. 1 soon began to Improve aud
gained ao fast that my husband mid
family thought it strange and hnuatn
ral, but wltea I told theui itrliat had
helped me, they Said "Hurrah for Hop
Bitters ! long may they prosper, tor
they liuve Iliads mother well and us
bappy."4tie Mother.--Home Journal.
Hy the following from the Cin
Oinnati Commercial, it will be
seen that the Tennessee Republi
can Association in Washington
lias endorsed Ool. Waller Brown
low, Postmaster at Jonesboro, for
Postmaster of the House of Representatives:
The Tennessee Republican As-j
BOeifttion lasi night indorsed Col.
W .1' .Brownlow for positidn of
Postmaster of the House in the
Whereas. Col. W. P. Brownlow,
of Tennessee, is a candidate for
Postmaster of theHbuseof Rea
Whereas, His election will he a
recognition of H most, worthy
young Republican, and will
strengthen the Republican party
in Ihe South; therefore,
Resolved, That this association
cordially indorses the candidacy
Col.' Brownlow, and respectfully
ask the Republican members from
Tennessee to use till honorable
means to secure his election.
Shboygao FajiitSMygau Co. News,)
We never saw miy One Jovoiik wln.ii
iuSrlng from piilnj neuralgia for in
Ktanoo. in rslstteo to tiiii Inalady air.
(Joorg Cfuyott, 1'i-op. Ouj-ett IIouso.
tliui Informed 0111 n-nreMlttatlVOl I
have used St. .Iiirnha Oil for iionralgla,
., .!.. .......I If ...
nmi can ooiinaeiivrj i uniiiiineni- 11. w
any one similarly nfl'eetcd.
tA ldy Innl tin llfr.li sattn off lier
aim by scrofula. Coutd we tliS sinews
working. 'lAnflssy's Blowl Bssroiwr
l ined her." h lUtston, Klderton, Pa.
Fulc1 or Gray Huir jradually
ivcovers it-i youthful color and lustre
by the ass of Parksr'i Hair Balsam, in
elegant dressing-, admired for Ha purity
tilld ri' h pri fume,
C. C. "V EST,
(formerly of Oeltesrali ffotel.)
In this city near the depot, where p
Will hi'jrlad to ' receive his former M
krons, Itates reasonable, 10-14 ly
Eye and Ear Infirmary!
Bl Saratoga St., Baltimore:, Mil.
Tlic Board offilrcetori tnke this opportu
nity of iuforaiinsj Ibepublieof the raperior
advautsgus of . this Instltatieh to patieali
nflvrlng froai Eycsntl Ear ajfeetions. rb
1 Institution fcoi been in operation for the
pie-t twelve yiaij, :uid is moHt centnillv lo
rntt ,1, two (Jijors he low St. Paul's eliuseh.
Indieent paticntS will fiml ndmisaion Iroeof
eliorgo. Hv order of lha Hon id of Direc
tors, ii. v. DOBB1W, 'resident.
DIRKOTOIW. B, I-. Xeweoiie-r, Snm'l
M. Bhoemskor, lVof. II. i:. Shepherd, Sup
I'uh. Sohools, John H. B. Istrojie, 1). J.
Foley, C. Morton Stewart, Christ hui Ax, H
K. Ulmsa, and otbvrs. For speelal Utfor
niation applr to DR.GEO. RRULIdIO,
Xo. iOW, Mtntttnenl St., f.Mt. Waon
Place Suraeon in cliari!.
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In making arrancefticnts to movo froni
vonr old to your Sew home, it would l' a'sll
to eomlder what I teen done to reader
sueli n journey not only choap hul as pluas
ant and frceftsni locldcnt Ontj dau;;eras
human foresight and skill ciiuaiiaAi' It. Il,
: construction, cquipmeut, nnd i;oiio nmniiKJ
ment, tire Nuslivillo, Clisrtftnwga & rit.
! Louis ltrtilwa.v merits your full OBtifldi'tice,
I lmviiiL' lue verv liesl rock Miilmt, Stcul-rail.
fish-bar joint, iron bridges, nut laosl tlmr
oufllilr constructed roadway, itl aJv-bvukcj
and olhci' appllanjos to secure s :i i". ty, sjicid,
comfort, aud iiirecoiuicctiotni! Willi Its su
perlorfhrOugh ooachci and sk'cplog oars, it
kai !.'reat SflvrtntftgCB over oilier lines, and is
cnabludio dffor tha lowest rataS Wtilbli can
be bad. K fow tilings of ftiterost and loi
poitfttlOS e mention fur your information.
The nSestioa of baggage has always Iteen
troublCSOma tO ptlSSCngsrS, The rule ol lllis
line is to cheek free for Oaoh pertOS twelve
rari old ,ni' ovt'r ),,p btujidrcd and fifty
jiniunlsof baggage, oonsuHlug ofwearli
apparel and oeddlngi securely pacltod in
trunks or medium lit e booea well strapped,
and seventy-live pounds eueli for OhlldrStl
between live, and twelve years old. Baggage
should be plainly markod with Ilie name of
thiowuos mid tln ploflu to wblob lie goes,
Tickets should be irarehoted fromorthrottgli
rtliabio parties, and you slum! I seo thai they
are hf the rSttte and to tlie place yotiwanl to
go ticfore payHtg for them, Remember lluvl
nassensers have the right to select tliuir
mule, and it is the. duty ol 'i lokel Agents to
soeommodatu passengers itli llokeli tbo
route they wish to take, when it I possible
for them to do ho.
You can secure the cheapest rates to Ar
kansas, Texas, uml the greal BTorthwesI by
applying In person or writing to Aun.ur H.
Waaan, 1'nss, Agent, Ko. I Kimball House,
P.O. Box dlil, Atlanta, (la.; W.m.T. Rortk'MS,
Puss. Agent, aud JltO. Hi PtMLM, Ticket
Axcnt, tiialliinooii Tenn.;ToM V. Fowl M,
Pais. Agent, and W.t. K. March, Tlekcl
Agent, t'hiirch-strect Depot, Nashville,
Tenn, Ws refer wiiii pleasure to ths editor
and Duiillshtf of this oural.
W. Ii. II4i.!i;V.
ticn'l Pus i. Agent.
no rciiriiKR ex t'sit rm
the f'M'iiit:- Cl
wit'.i Hi 13 wrtirj profr it
F. W. Gi'cenhalge's
R E S T 0 R E R
ilocs hot gum tlte titlr; w ill not stafh tbasklu;
lien..,. a nil ihe neoesslty fur oluiuipoetns; b)
koeulng the hair and letup nice ami clean.
Wilful) Will mve you ntfuv money ihflll the le
toyatlve costs you Is an cxiirt4tti dressing:
ni. ely porfmnonl npceillli restores .imiv hair I
us fonncr color; cleanse the head ol all ilanit
ruS Iteliiog, humor, etc.; iirumntos fmwth a'
. h,- hair, prevents lis tailing elf. and readers it
soft, glossy, and beautiful. Bold at the rcrj
ntasoNable price ot
.)Or A ROTTLli.
The liotllos lad 1 as much a- the illlr bottles ni
othoi kinds, and thcttiallty IsgUMrautetHlfiiuai
i" auv in use, Sh nothing bill utiletly tlist-cliis
an I. les ealer its eoliipn dtlon. HtTO it a dsl.
and If Ii. tails Ui vntlify yon, he sine to return Ii
and JO'I vnar UIOUI y.
SOLO BV AM. DRfUUIStS.
law N'( rx.w.'irrnntodthaiio4t.nil
ch-.ii)Of :. infli.nennftlilfi t'l rrprr
Ii i.e-.1 tccloil "tlic 8iiftacoof Lllo
et-.S. ii.t'ri'Berrntifin t m
finest tricich niasiin, OtttMSttd,
fnil . ..i 3li0pp.ceniiiir.8hoaath'ul
litBel eiii.-TttTaiL'i, !J'i pri'scrip
tjons, jlriOS only $12.1 Brut hy
lni.il ; illustrBtil .ainp'i'.SrelitB;
1 mi now. i!iln."ji 1'rftl.o.lr tn.l.
L:vU Vt iiil OLiil , Kiilt. Ko. 4 Ilalrinch st. Hasten.
Sale of Itttncl for Division.
By virtue of.ii decree of the County
Court of HrudlSjy County Tenn., In Ihe
cassttf t, H. New toil v. Wni, Dinklu
i t als. for sale, of laml N'ur parlitiun, I
v, in on Saturday, die iotn day oi
December. IS81, otter for sale on
pieuilsusni 1 o'clwk noon, the laml
doscrlbed In the plondiugs knoa'ii as
the html I nf till! late Samuel llinkle. tle-
eotifed, in Bradley County, lenu.
Terms i Salea
Said Hud will btsold on u ere. lit of
3 ami 13 month except tho sum of 80
pnr cent of thts purchase mouey wlitvli
must he paid down. Notes for remain
liuratOuiitl 13 months lih npproved
security be u ln Interest from ualo and
alien r'ctiilimd nn ihfl liflhlllirpitiU.
Hti'c!iil ( 'ontmlssloiier.
This ov. Otll, ISSl-lt-pr. fee .111 (HI.
Also Dealers In
..lif! IVC 19 i,,i.B . Met.
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(i()iden Tonauereotls only i PKINTKD M.NIl.l,. lt.U'iiui'A
1). V. Beatty, Wiishin-lon N..I
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Lowest in ices. Send for ( atiilnjre nmi
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Tlo.NKRV rerbrougbt to Cle velaod is al the
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NOTKPAPKR, ri:.s. I'KNcils,
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snd1argA and line aeloetlon of TABLETS for School tme.
Also the largest! tastiest uml most msgnUeeal
nmi I Jewelry
ever offered for sale by any one in Cleveland. This Jewelry ii of
iwt varieties flalM (inln and plated, and consists of
MtJt -Rings, ITeclaoes,
T'irifjcr Ririgo, Gold 8c Qar&l Pets,
and many other articles too numerous to mention.
I T IS T H E R E A L S O
tliayou can purchase Sewing Ifaching Xeedlesand the only
Pure Sperm Oil
for Sewing Machines ever offered before to the public. Don't fnil
ui call nna examine all the articles before you purchase elsewhere;
1ms avoiding being Imposed upon with inferior articles.
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FALL AND WINTER
L 0 T H IN G
TO CALL AND EXAMINE
W. II A 11 T D E G E N ' S
IMMENSE NEW STOCK, CONSISTING OF
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes
Gent's Furmsliing (xoocls.
All oft Ik latest stylo, ami bfst ofgOOls near and nice.
Low prices, a good til, ami general .satisfaction guaranteed.
Don't buy ''shoddy'1 fyoodfl at Dry (joods Stores, but buy where
you can got first-class articles at the same prices.
Declared by the highest authorities,'
"The Best In The World."
WsTeeleT At Ytllst u ni I'arln.
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I liave examined the list of
awards at the Universal Exposi
tion as published by the French
Authorities slid find that only one
grand prize was awarded for Setr
'Ug Mill-hints aud lhat was given
ine WHEELER & WILSON CO.,
ol New Vork.
lieeler & Wilson "New No 8"
THE CHEAPEST MACHINE TO BUY",
nacAHsB n is
The Easiest to Learn, the Easiest to Manage, tho most Durable,
and tloes the moM perfect work, and will out last any two of the
SO called "cheap fry."
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