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- - - wvnuerrauy wnw out.
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ares wcicn so iBvanaot
. this countr;
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h .0 inArihl. frtlliMj u.l. . .
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nerence to tne Claims of blxh art. 80 1
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Alf Other Ml fr OUK tim tmm imm .1 1
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entirely to the reproduction of native art. : s
jwasion ia u cultivate a uroaa and an appreciative
art Uste.- one that will discriminate only on
ground of tntrlnsie merit.' Thn,- while piscine
before our reaaers, s a leading charaetertatic, the I
productions of the most noted American artists. I
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Original with the ALDINE, 1 an important fea
ieatnre, and It magnificent plates are of a .i.
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.-flirarea and animal anhleet. mat.in an nn. K.t- I
interest impossible where the oooe of th work
-confines the arti;t too closely to a single style or
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The animal Keen, i ns Key. lie Witt Talmam tell.
-that hiaows Newfoundland dog barks at it I
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is constituted a member, aad entitled to ill the
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tributed as soon s the series Is fall, snd the
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receive fall and prompt Information by applying
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YY E have now on hand s large
supply of Bote Books, nlcsly printed, wl
souna ana lor sale cheap.
. ' ' JabsRsip A8o.
Tbe Proclor-Moulton (uit u t an end.
Aa agreement was entered Into, that by
tbe payment of expenses by defendtnt
some $5,000 the whole thing should snd
Without prejudice to eilber part.
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COSomething right here to be tanking about
wmie waiting ior your meals, or
clearing up the table IJ
ALWAYS BEAR IN Mll thrtirVtfcfiW, job the same goods
uiu,fuv auicituw u any estaDIlgUuient 1Q tnQ City
CHANGES we contemplate making iu our
Business, we have concluded to hart) a
Aside from the following unusual prices we offer this
Any person trading to the amount of $5.(13, or ttpwards, WILL BH PRE
at TflW 1 h, aTl TT . v m wr- a aj , ' -
oiuiiauviwan vntnmmea Velvel worth 1.03
REA17 TOXj NEVER SAW IN
- ; OAJtUt. UF GOODS: ' " : '
Prints 9 and 6 cents up. Ginghams 8 cents; test," 1.0 centsv
All Liaea Napkins 85 cents per dozen.'
Lonsdale 10 cents. , , " " '
Fmit of the Loom 12 cents.' , ; '
Flannels from. 16 cents up. j - , '
Fine Shirting 7, worth lZc. - ' x
Wool Blankets $2.55 to $9.00 perpr.
same as otner advertise at 3.50
to $15.00 - '
Tpst think- of itl a large, . trimmed
Horse Blanket for $1.13; better
grade at $1.75; same as others oall
bargains at $1.50 and $2.00
Coat's and Clark's thread, 9c; all
we have ever asked for it, .What
have you been paying?
Good pins 3 cents per paper. :
Out Cloths and Casaimeres, "wMcli were extremely eheav
- w. m V 1 eycB mm V-SB aa xa W -
, oeiore, -we nave reaucea jusi unju-tXAM.
Goods bow selling at for 21, 29. 31, 44,58, 69, 85, $100 Ac, Former
prices 42, 58, 62, 18, $1.08, $1.88, $1.70, $2.00, fco., Ac.
jNotb. JSa remnants; neither having the time or inclination to resort
to tne ukt jjoaae ot eu tuner ud and aavertifiinsr coo as as remnants. We
01YA wklisvsr lonrrlrk vnn wriaVi Aralt 4wm A Tait if nmnuii nntM
' : VantOB flannels at 12, 14, IS, 18, 20, and 25 cents, same as Other. S8k I
lfttri3iifn "T n..!. .VIa.U.- .' S -
" - a, v ..uunuvo OCT? aww suvtsi l
Rat.tinrr lXl W ffol VrtmTwllui n warront mrr rripnn Viftttlncr nnrfl I
dealers have been sellinz a cheaper battin sr. said to be made out of Hosii-J
tal Lint, and several cases of sickness are thought to have arisen from its use. I
- - I
FELT SimiTSr-ALL GRADES,
Another lot of those 75o Felt Skirts this week.
Extensive variety of Yams.:
Three Thread All Wool blue mixed. $1.00 per pound.
-.Ifl. .t. A . 1 .v.u " .
jv "KU hUlclHl, UUttllC, pal b WWlflUUUUY jr aiu, iu V
06 cents, same as otbers sell tor BOc and 1,1.00
We will supply
lb. packages t
all our Double Faced and Double Warped
"' - Aiusierea Aipacas jubi iu cents a yaru.
. " . "
BIG DRIVES IN MEN AND BOYS' HATS AND CAPS, bought it U0-
. . . . .O-
. tion by our N. T. rebidenf buyer-
170 SEASONABLE PEICE EEFTJSED F0S SHAT7LS.
See how cheap we aire selling THIS SEASONS
Dress Goods, no Ancient Goods in Stock.
Black "Aim," the new goods, 69c; well worth $1.12.
Colored all wool Cashmeres, dark shades, 64 to. 64si reduced from 80c I
Bna wi-uu. I
Silk and Wool oumngs, 374c; jobbing pnoe 70c
Kt.r?rd and nlain Mohairs. 22c: retmlar rice 45c.
T A J ' o X "
Orientals. 22c: Eastern value, 36c.
Manchester Cashmeres, 25c not half value.
Double width Rep-Delaines, 26c; worth 45c
A?,mtr.or.nvreriavrlnzAnAf f-wtrln anrl .rJnM. f.
atHUw ivti basv sw . w .-w - -'-- n-,-.ww mmm-mm, vvivius a utiuc iivui i
. W 0 I
15 cents up.
MERINOS. Fine Shades, all wool, 75c; former price 96c
Finn black allwool Cashmeres. 48 inches wide, $1.39. Examine this
VwfnrA TiAviriCf $2.00 for inferior, errav blacks.
.... P. . , -1 11
Holiday Goods in Endless variety.-
DOLLS by the hundred; Wax Dolls from 10c up. -
Books, Toys, Albums, Novelties, Notions, &c., all of which
you axe Anviiea xo Axauune.
LARGEST," CHEAPEST, AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK
QF MlLLLNEliY, IN THE COUTTY.
TRB1MED HATS from 88 cents up,
To those who tronder at our bebt? able to sell at such
startline prices, we would resnectfullv
- , , - j j r-j i u
we are a brancn ot that wonderfully successful House, which is .
founded on CASH, no credit, plain figures, fair dealing, fec
b0rdrs Solicited and Carefully Filled
L. W. SMITH & SON.
The New York Times.
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and msv be safely admitted to every domesliccir
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has always resisted the ooenmaautie theories ad
vocated by mischievous journals, and has opposed
those sttsck on the Famliv a the baaia or and.
ty which are so freqnently made, and which have
i led to so mach misery and crime.
AS A POLITICAL JOUSNAL,
Tax Tme wtll be devoted, as In the nul in..
diacriminatias; snpport of the "SepnbUcsa Party,
. while it reserve the light of expressinir iadepen.
I dent opinions upon ths measure or policy el any
Aaminist ration, or npoa tne coarse or any lead
ers. It seise z to no laetloa or eliooe within a
party, and has never entered Into any relations
which were likely to Imperil its perfect freedom.
It coarse is that of iadepeodenee within the fie
pablicenparty. for In that way can the Interest of
he people be most efficiently served. Party rot
erament is essential ton eomltnilnj..! nnm
aad when Joernals profes to here -no party." it
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on whichAh Bmbliean party was baed. bat it
isnot the monthpiece of a clique. It was not,
.ngiu.ni esiaonsaea a an "organ," cor has it
eT" "kfj felved any "vors from the
I party with which it has been IdentlBed. It has
sapjmrted ths JfepubUean party in Us past solely
. became it believed that party to be founded on
principle of right aad Justice. Bat It snpport
has beea freely sad impartially rendered, snd it
will never consent to serve as a mere instrument
for registering the decrees of politician.
It ta onree la reference to the Tinmm Bin
at a ime when all the other daily papers ia Mew
York obstructed and diaeoaraged iu efforts, at-
testa its sincerity is the cause of Reform. Ths)
Tiarxs stood alone in demanding Reform from
IMS to tlMdoseof 1871, sad there is ao sincere
and honest proposal for Reform ia an; breach ot
the Government, which will not henceforth be
heartily supported by Txs Trans. Bat it will
not conspire is assisting ambition politicians
oremsgpgnes to reach power ander raise pre
tenses. It will not consent without remonstrance
to see the revival ol the worst feature, n T.m.
many rale under -the names of nsw "Bosses. "
Already toe people 1 Neur York are thrueteeed
with that corruption of Government, and even of
oiate; ana even on eleeuon day Afr. Tlldea prov
ed how unsbie he was to control his own follow- -era.
ThebelhMs for the Oonsritntiooal Amend
ments were araadnlentlv -eaaestaA a. wnmrn
poUUcalmorder waa committed, and the form of
Jostles were groesly violated by John Kelly him.
sou. air. Ttiden never uttered a word of remon
strance anlas these nrneaadlnr. aJtfcoaoh K.
mBathav known perfectly well what was trolnr
on. Kelly I the real Governor of New York
State to-day. end if the Democrats ahnold mala
poweaaioaef the Federal power, men or Kelly'
stamp woald govera the anion and nil th public
To all these great public scandals Tbb Tram
will be inflexibly opposed. It wiH endeavor to .
advocate troth and Justice, aad decline to arrea
der U columns for the nee of leaders of any par
ty. It will continue to advocate thoee nreasnre
by which the honor, the peace and the prosperity
of the nation eaa be best secured and nnnuuiL
aad will conswntly study ths wsnu of the peo
pie, miner tnan tne wlsnea of Individual politi
cian. In panning this coarse it will simply ad
here to the principle laid dowa in the Srst snm-
oer ot tne joarnal.aad which were thus set forth
"Unon all toaica noliticaL aoei.1. nuir.la.il r. .
ligloas we intend tharf the paper shall speak for
itself, and we only mk that it may be Joined ac
cordingly. Ws shall be conservative ta all cases
where we think conservatism essential to th
public good ; snd we .shall be radical ia every
thing which may seem to ns to require radical
treatment and radical reform. We do not believe
that everything ia society m either exactly right
or exactly wrong. sV'hat is good we desire ta
reserve ana improve ; what is oviT, to external
ate or reform."
Started ia eotember. 1SS1. Th. Trans baa ever
alnce been recognized a among th most socv
eessful, popular aad influential newspaper In tb
eoenrrv. Two of It orfirinsl proprietors still di
rect its policy, aad, with greatly increased re
source aad experience, will spare bo pain to
extend and strengthen it claims npoa the conn
dene snd saonert of that nnblle which Is h..
deaeored fcithftlllv to serve for nnwarda af thnaw
aad-twenty years. -
iwiiiorua columns will be conducted In
spirit of mtrness and imDartialitv. free alike from
self-interested aims, political Jobbery, or undue
fitvoritism. It will represent the crest bodr of
the people, rather than anv elinne. Osr all aah. "
JecU it will maintain an attirade of perfect Inde-
peBaence. It roirespoBdeBC will be lull and
timely, snd directed with special reference to the
publication of the troth on all questions, snd,
from all parts. Iu Reports will be prepared with
the utmost care. The Literary Department will
be in thoroughly competent bands, and will pre-'
eats fall review of the literature, the 'Una art.
in. masic, ana tne arama ot tne nay. too scien-
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Black, and Begotietions are being carried oat with
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. THE NEW YORK TIMES, -.
Nsw York City-
THOSE desiring to have Brooms
mad by ths nteee or on sHafm vin a. .w
to eall on tmW 1. HICK. North a-iB1,,in.
A rough looking specimen of hu
manity was recently promenading
up Chatam street. New York, when
he came plump upon a Jew, a speci
men of his race, about whom there
could "be flo mistake.
Without a word of warning, the
rough knocked him sprawling in the
gutter. Picking himself up and ta
king his bleeding nose between his
thumb and finger, he demanded an
"Shut up, or 1 11 pane you again,"
shouted the aggressar, approaching
"I nefer done nottinirs mit
and what for you niasah me in der
nose?" asked Abraham.
"Yes yer hev, yer Jew f oruotfied
the Savior, and I hev a miqd to g
fer yer again ln .
"But, mine ot, aa. ws cignwca.
hundred years ago, answered the
Well. I don't care if it was, I
only heard of it last night" replied
the unwashed, and went for him
THB KKW YOBK WKBBXT TWam.
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A paper for tne Jleehanic, ' -
- A paper for tbe people, :......
TBI NBW YORK WEEKLY TEH S
Will contain selected editorial, hn th. .n '
Time, general news, domestic and foreign, the '
proceedings of Centres and tbe State IahH.1.. .
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reviews, the choicest Utersay selections, original
stories oj Bret Marts and other distinguished
- Ite most prominent featare will be a Complete
Agricultural Department, .with original arOclea-. .
from practical farmers; Complete Market Reporta;
Full report of the American Institute Farmer'
Club: Financial, Domestic Produce, Live Stock.
Dry Good, sod General Market. . -
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