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Lp:a1 aud Miscellaneous. KNOXVILLE, rNiM« AUftS Jamva*T 37, tm. ^RALJOIDTIJIB CARII. (iMtlvUU Uraturia C» oojno K^rv% rt» •OIKQ noara. MathaM n«fS« a tTi4tii 11—•»« im,«M •OHIO MMtt. trm ink k.n. F«IW ALHTO-W.... ftm *!«».-«-, balsa put* tnmf w* EI'LW'IPAH (SKKVI r. Si* •oixo wwn. r.«. nn norm* Freight *ol TV»»* «pw—————• 1111 K. —Hev. Mr. Al!en, Kpl*copal, of O#k«loo«*, will in'eaclt at the Hnpthst Church Knox vifte, next fcunday, morning and even* tog- KKW DKMal FinM.-Dr*. C. F. CI*rr« t*ont of Knoxville, and \V, H. llarker, of Pella, h«vo forinfd a partnership for the prnclic«'? of JH?n- tistry. For the accommodation of partica at a distance from Knoxville, cm of the firm will make regular |»rnf*t?Hional vixitf, once a month or of tenor, to l'clla, I'lcarfantville, Itallax, (import, Iluiwcy, Hamilton, Mary.n vilK Attif-a, and perhaps other towim In the county. Knoxville Will he the licHtlqunrU'rH, unci ono of the Arm will always l»e found at the office here. Dr. Murker will remove lit* fairilly to till* city In a few week*. He ha* been in the practice It Peilfl eight years. e n i i J, II. Noiutia, of lioHwy, will remove to Knoxville, I»IH OM horue, lit tbe Npflng. lie litui purcimKed lol* in the we«t part of town, from O. P. Wright, fltid'.roiifracted with U. W. JJllkea, for Ihe liiiiiifllat'i erection of a dwelling lliXJis. htill they cow*. TIM OI-I HAND ATTHI HKI.LOWS,— That'* flregg at tho Picture (*ar en the we#t «ldeof ihe Hijuarc, where he proponen to do uti cxclunlvn (Jton and Ferrotype bu*lne«». (Jivehlui a call. CHAVCK KOIT A Oniric MA Km.— Mr. T. H. Woodruff h»* HO acrea of ground jii«t Iteyotid tl^ noithweHtcru limit of thia city, with timber and brick clay which ha* been teated and found excellent, lie OIIVTH a Hpluiidld opportunity l(»u mail iH-|uaiiittd with the biiMineita, and will fi.rnlidi one half Ihe necmaary tneann. Any amount of brick that can be made here till* year will find profitable mar ket. FJUM'KKTY 10 II A N U \V*Midru(r K,~T. II. haa aold lti« reHidenee prop erty 10(1 feet front, on Main ntreet op|Hi«ll the JotritNAl, Ofllce, to lrew ««r,v Overton, taking in exchange £0 wre* of laud Jiut beyond the north weatern limit* of the elty Hid HOTKI.. —Mr. Drewry Overton li«a piircliHM.id from T. II Woodriiff t»l) feet fn»nt on Main Htreet adjoin ing Itlw brick building ou the north eii»t corner of 1'iiblic 8|iitue, and wu umlei'Hlalid cont inplHt»'H building a I urge hotel to cover nearly the entire two lotM, 120 leet fcijuare and three •torien, briek. Hiicli a hotel la one of Hielinpei'itlve need* of the place, and we hope Mr. O. will aucceed in bia fiUutlruble entt DON'T HI: I 1IIMIU IIKI by traveling fruit tree ageiita. H. I. McCoy, pro prietor of thu Knglinh NiirtiericM, lhi« county, tellx tin that he cull f«ell nuraery Htock of the *ume (juullly hold ity the agent* who have recently been humliu^ging thefarmera here, at (iu per cent. leMM than the ratea offered by tbe age|i(N. He nelln apple IrccH at $7 ier iiundred of tin* name kind which tho traveling ii^uuU avU and $'10 per hundred. Otrr AT COST.—A* In tend cloning out my entire ntock of Millinery before the middle of March I otter great inducement* lu flowera, pluuieM, i Ibimna, etc. I'eraotit indebted to me will confer a favor by aettliiig iinmedlutely. Houtheaet wttott Puidiu Hquare. 84-517* MAHY 1. WHIPPO. Fli'W Pi'liifAM.—A letter from thl« Mlulioij ott thu A. K. & I), road, tuilea eaat of Knoxville, received too lute for publication laat week, «ay«: Wot Harvey in laying out an addi tion to ttil* town ou tbe couth Hide of thu railroad a very beautiful location fur re*idencea. Tltare lutvo been Hhipprd from here .'I cafa of IM»KH and tvvi» earn of coal, mi i lolled here -14 eara of coal from J'ltvulera. 'J lie nlone buaineas la being looked after pretty «birply of htLe. Mr. J. Wbaley h'ta bu^l HUIIIO two or three propoHKionM lo leii»e IIIH quarry on Kiulnti a liaif mile eH«t of here. J. in naid by good jud^ea that the stone in tht'|uarry IK of superior I|UHIH\ lor liuilMUijj yii" ua an litm, Ltcal Brevititt. A iarg* force at work on tbe C. R. I. 4 P. lUiIroad went of Oskalooaa. of 0»kaloo«a. The regular mall aenrice on tbe A. K. 4 I) liailroad from Albia to Knox ville will begin Feb. 21et. A daily back run* from Hamilton to Marynville, connecting with traioa, and carrying mail and paaaenger*. Twenty-tbree cars of coal per day are now abipped from Piaglera ela tion, five miles eaat of Kuoxville. Eli Daweoo sold last week hia farm of 4'J acre# tuilea southwest of Knox ville, to John Newberry, for $1,400. Jam pa Keefer of Ban Franciaco, California, will return to bia old bome io tbia city next month, no more to roam. Mr. Garreteon ia building an addi tion Hx*23, two atoriee, in rear of bia dwelling, on Main atreet, oppoeite tbe JuVKN'Al. oflice. The recent protracted meeting at Weeley Cba|»eJ, Attica Circuit, M. E. Church, resulted in about 10 conver sions and 41 accessions to the Church. Hanator MeCortnack kindly nend« u» copiea of tJov Kirkwood'a InauKural Addrean, Keporta of Anaiuow Peni tenliary and State fluh (,'omtnia»ion er», and oilier ritate documeuta. A protract**! meeting, M. E. Church, will cotnmenoe at Attica Thursday thin week 2d Quarterly Meeting Baturday and Sunday. It In aatd that H. Ci. Curtlaof Allan tic, formerly of Pella, will remove to thI* city before the cloee of the year. Come back, Henry. Tbere'a room here for tbe repentant. Burr la At, Mitfclong, lmu»e, algn and ornnmental painters, will be found at their ahop one door weat of Treinont Ilou^e, up HtaiM. Call on them when you have any work In their line. There will be a buainea® meeting Ht the lirtptiat Church at 2 p. m. next Hafurdtiy In reference to the employ ment of a Minister. All ineiubere are requested to attend. It la probable that flov. Rtone*wlll again be onie acltlzi n of Knoxville in April or M«y next. Hundred* of clti/.ens who left ua within the laat ten years are returning, and will all be welcomed. Train* no 9 Puhi.k ftltd 10 have been taken off the road between Otfumwa and Dea Moinea, In coioietpieiMH of decreaac of biiHirienN, a* we learn from tbe /limit!. They will beputon again when butdncHH levive*. Jobny Wagoner the printer boy who lu the olden time presided In the mechanical department of thla ofllce, under tlie editorial reign of U. F. Willlama ai^d W. tl. Cambridge, ha« be^ii counting ou the J'uciflc Klope for a numlcr of eara, but will return in a few weeka to renew hla oitizenahip In Knoxville, the coming city of the Hawkeye Mtate. A I .km.—Jauiea Dennis will net I nt outcry en the Hatea Farm i mile north of Knoxville, Friday, Jan. 1$, BORNEH, 2CO«VH, corn, hay, reaper and fariuiug Implements. P. V. Murphy will sell at outcry at hia rvNidence three inilea north of Wheeling, on Haturday, Feb. ftb, liorncH, cattle, aheep, corn, wagona, farming implementa, hoiiaehold fur ullure, eta. Five montha credit. LLTTRU Lwr. hettera iearlng the the following adlreHi«eH, are new in tbe Knoxville l'or«t Ollice, Maid will be went to the I lead I.ellvr Ollico it liol called for UlStda\M: MIHM K Drake F.ii«ha Kroat K l-'uUou Kild OrmmiHe lifii 1 .ebi^ll Jrorjfe li'ikeiuaD W It i.iuiKinore II Moriinoo Maliioltt Mc'lain 8 K Met'otiHiigliey Frank Petton Jobn Vim Camp Jam« Mm tin Morton Morgan Win Powell Mary A Taylor l'eri*ona calling for above letlera will please any Adverti*ed," aild give the date of tliit paper. IwTlitiaK HA Y S when Ihe eounly ia flooded wi'b worlhlean luiuiitatloua it IN pleaaant and profitable to come acroMi genuine medical preparation* of merit, Mich aa Dr. (ireen'* Fam ily Medicines. They ere prepared from the formufa of a regular ^Uyaic Ian. Hee Advertiaeineul. lw MAUHU'O, III Indiana towrtaiitp, by llev. (»eo. NuitoQ, Jan, IH7H, Mr. Lewia A. Way, and M1*h Marypilver. G. C. Iawton. M. 1., from Hyracuae X. Y., baa recently located ill thla city for tiie practice of Medieiue. Otllce not yet Ineateil. TRMPKRANCI: kct U R.—Elder Dtiiipan, of 0*kah»m«, will deliver a lectuieon Tenipeiance nt tbe t'oiirt llouwe. Friday evening, l^lh Inat., at 7 0'«toflJt. All are invited to attend. W. II. YOUNO Preft't Temperance Aaeoclation. W. A. McKHK, Her'V. lit NAWAY Awiiknt.—A team, attached to awded, driven by a eon of Hintm Hiimmy, near •lMeaanntville. run away luml Monday. The yoimy man had the mixforiune to bia leu broken in the at!'df. Dr. William^ rendered tliy im THE FJU IT TRKE BWIXUI.F..—Soma ireek* *go tbe JOUK.VAL gave warning to it* reader* that men were traveling through the country exhibiting gam* Episcopal «erTK*e at tbe Baptist p|«« of fruit preserved in jam, and Church next Sunday, by Iter. Allen, taking orders for fruit tree*, nhrub ber\ etc., at fabulous price* and that they would Dwindle every man wbo purchased from them. Notwith standing our repeated warning*, tbey have baaely swindled a large number of farmers. Tbey pretend to be agent* for Helkea Is'uraeriea, in Ohio, and promised fir^t-clas* stock from thcae Nurseries at prices aa low ae tbe ftame articles could be bought here or at the Nurseries. The purchaaera were aa sured that if these promisea were not strictly complied v/ith tiie fctock need not be paid for when it arrived next spring. Now we have before as the evidence of the swindle. Orders were taken from the purchasers, who were supplied with duplicate copies of the ordtr*. Here i» a copy of one of the duplicates, from wbkU we omit the name of purchaser. Mr. this day bought from Pweetlnnd & McCieJIail tb« following bill of tree*,, etc.: apple*, dwarf 2 25 4 1'eura 7 00 i Cherrlee 3 dwarf 5 WO 3 Plum •1 peach, standard 3 (irnpen, Kogers' flybwde, 15,19, 1 Eumelan 1 Hamburg 12 Hi-p'- nea, Philadelphia Currant* lii »o«b-rrir»e Jim Htrawberrle* Great Alpine 1 I tone, Glory Moaa'gratia) 1 Tree Hos e Total Dated- 187—• iw 1 W 4 00 1 00 4W 2 6oo 4 U0 3 00 75 To be delivered at Knoxville, Iowa, lu Hpring, 1876, for which I agree to pay 'dollars and cents on tbe day of delivery. ta/'Ifnot delivered as above men tioned, no! ice wiii be aeut of tbe time of delivery. (Signed) Location Now ribte the swindle in prlcea. Capt. H. D. McCoy, proprietor of the F.ngli*h Nur*erie*, a few iriilesHouth we»t of tliia city, bands UH tiie above order, given by one of hia neighbor*, and *uyM he will till ju*t such an order for $14,and deliver the good* here without any freight or express charges and guarantee the goods to be firat clax*, in K"«"t order, and true fo name. James Mathews A Hon, Nur*eryrm n, of this city, have given us their retail figure* on the *ame articles, and wo find heir total price would he $13,20 less than one-third the pricee asked by the traveling pretenders. We have before UH the Catalogue ia*ued by tbe Helkea Nurseries ('hiik puny la*t Autumn. We quote from it pri ce* of article* named in the above order, a* follows: Apples $10 per 100, $80 per 1000 Plum*, $2,50 for lit or 35 ets each Pears $3,60 for 10 or 86 ets. each Cherries $2 for 10 or 2tct*. each Peaches ?1 for 10, or $0 per 100. Itasp berrie* (Pliilladelpbia) 30 cte for 10, or $2 per 100 Currants AO eta. for 10, or $4 per 100 (Joonberries 50 ets. for 10, or $4 per 100 Htrawberrles, all lead ing varieties, $1 per 1 'JO Gripes, ling er*' Hyhrcd*, $2 for 10, $i« per 100. Eumelan grape and Tree lto*e do not appear in tiie catalogue. Tbey are both humbugM—will not do la thla eliuinte. We have given spnee to this matter for.the purpose of warning and protec ting the people against this and other aimilnr swindler*. All accounts made before Jan. let, l^Ttf, are now past due, and I expect, alt cuntomers to come in at once aud settle, either.by cash or note. Wtf D. T. COATS. CLOCKH watches,Jewelry, apeetaclee, new nioek and full a»*ortuient, at W. ft. Itlga'* l»ew establishment, in baecmeiitof Knoxville National Bunk, always at lowest rates. Repairing ia made a speciality, aud all work war ranted. Kohert has had long cxpe rieuceSn his busltiena, aud cuu guaran tee satisfactory work. 22-tf "BONANZA" ou lard oil. 0fily$l,2O per gallon, at AUIKHY A Boiiieirrs. FAHM K*»K SAI.K.—I offer for sale m.v farm of 100 acres, 1} miles south of Kuoxville, Good house and barn, good fences, abundant water, good soil Ho acres in good cultivation and 20 acres timber, and all underlaid with coal. Coal hank now open. Good terms offered. I. W. SKII.LMAN. G. W. PAi.Mrw, at the Blue Front, South side Public Square, has now In store a splendid stoek of new goods comprising an unAmmlly large assort ment of dry goods, notion* boots and shoes, hats and cups. Anything you may want In these lines v ill be found at Palmer's an«l at fair prices. The ladies go there for their drees goods and trimings, for fine shoes, gaiters, sulMtautial winter shoes, children's sh oes, for I heir line gloves, hosiery, and everything required for modern fashionable toilet. Tiie gentlemen tind there also what tbey want for an outfit for winter, for themselves and tho family. The Blue Front in a good place for tr»de. Take our word for It oin-e RIM! I ive Palmer a trial. Xuit i»0i Ul Iil«t !***. Local Notices. CHiflnffB Am.m at Keef«** CAMIyji for New Year at Wolfe, north side. GLASS BETS for 60 ceute, at Kruck Ely's, South side of *fjuare. (2tf) MISKK'S On., warrante«i to give eat isfaction, at Baker's Drug Store. ONE BOX papeteiie and ehroiXW fot 40ct». at Aitnr-KY A ROBKBTS. .• CAM, at the new City Drug Store and see tbe presents tbey are giving away. GLASS aauce dihbes at cents per set at Kruck & Kly's Queensware and Grocery Store, South side Square. tf HAJ.T at $2,35 per barrel 1, at H. X*» Wolfe. No IXITTKRY premiums offered to purchssera of drugs at Baker's, but everything is sold at lowest figures. PRKH 'ITI I'TIONF- accurately compoun ded both day and nigbt, at Brown% City Drug 8tore. THF. DAVIBKKWINO BlACHiivif can not be excelled for tucking, cording, braiding, quilting, ruflliug, oratltcb ing braid on cloth- flOQDET La Favorite at AKIKKY A ROBK«M ABH ACCOUNTS made prior to Jan. 1st, 1876, are now due, aud must be settled by cash or note. N. It. & C. W. COBXBLL. IP You WASTOWK'UBIIB,QUEENH WAKE AJU) GLAH8WAHB at bottom prices go to Kruck A Ely's, South side of Public Square. (2 Go TO H. h. if) FIFTKEII cents' worth of slatee for lOcts. at AKOKKY A HOBKKTS. TKM. EVKUYBOHY that J. H. Brown of Owkaloosa, has opened a new drug Store in tbe building formerly occu. pled by Woodruff Bro's, east side of Square. __ ____ stafde groceries, canned fruits, oysters, tobacco*, cigars, confectionery, etc., at bottom prices. M'NEK'S OIL, warranted to give sat isfaction, at Baker's Drug Store. TIIK DAVISHKWINU MACHINK will make milliner's folds with different color* and pieces of goods at one oper ation and sew on at Ihe same time. H. L. WOLK'M north side atore la the place to go for coffees, teas, sugare, canned good*, cigars, tobaccoit and confectionery at lowest figure*. MiNKtt'a OIL, warranted to give satisfaction, at Baker's Drug Store. THE DAVIS HKWINO MACHINB will bind folds without showing the stitches, AIM! sew on at the s»rne time, and also make* French folds and sew on at the same time. AT/L NI:W and fresh drujm at J. H. Ritown's City Drug Store, Woodruff Bro's old stand. MOITLMNUH and picture frame* In endless variety at A MIIKKY & ROHKRTS. TP TW WAWT TO KNOW the amount of your account, come and eee. Set tlements promptly attended to night or day. N. It. A '. W. COKNELL. CLO«INO OUT.—II. B. Keefer has re moved hie stock dry goods, hats and cap«, lxwts and shoes and notions, to Overton's building northeast corner of Public Square, and proposes to close out the entire stock at pricea lower llian ever before TIIK DAVIH Sr:\viN»i MACAINE wltt make wide and narrow hem«, (fem all manner of bias woolen gtaid*, a* soft merino, crape cloth, or good* difficult to hem on other machines. Co ft v KB on Lard oil. $1.20 per gal Ion. AitnKKY A KOUKKTS. CITY PWOPKKTY KOK SAI.K—John M. Joiie*. In adtiitlon to the fifty lots advertised In another column to day, has a residence and two lots iu Jones' Addition, and a house and two lots in Wallers A Iioache'e Addi tion, for sale. Euqulre at Knoxville Woolen Mills. GRANDOFFKHINJI!—Splendid Op portunity! Unrivaled Display! Un equalled Assortment! Captivating Prices! Ardery fc Iloberta offer to each lady a numbered ticket for every dollar'* worth of goods bought at onetime at their store between now and March l»t, 1876, at which date the lady holding the ticket bearing the higheat number, on pre senting the aame, will be entitled to an elegant Chrotno worth $10.00. The lady preaenting the ticket itear ing the next liighcst mindH-r will ris»ive a splendid Troposcojic u orth ^MlO. ftXOXVILLE MARKET. Corrected Weekly by Cnthcart fc B«l- himy: Wheat—old Wheat—H8W Oats... Coril .-»ea Hides—green slaughtered... cured..,.. dry flint dry salted Egga 1 Butter..... I Lard in liar re Is ItHlfS I Beeswax Old Metal, per cWt money oirered iu Knoxville. Call on him for bargains. WE WAKWANT our Lard Ott not to chlU •t iy0 bekw zero. AiuiKiiY A Ronissfl* 50 V, 1 00 A RARE CHA1TCE Especially for those who want Lots for Residence. I am laying off in lots all of my grounds iu the east part of Knox ville. embracing the block on which I reside and the old nursery ground'? all of which are offered for sale, with the fruit*and ornamen tal tree*, shrubbery, vines,etc., grow ing thereon. Most of the lota will contain a supply of fruit for a family, with evergreens and other ornamentals, all planted out froin fifteen to twenty years, and of the choicest Iu the western country. There will aUo be an alley ea«it and west through tiie Old Nursery grounds and the two acres connected with it on the east, and suitable cross streets. Any one calling on me will get all desired information as to price, payment*, etc. Those who apply first will of course have choiee of lots. JAMKB MATHEWS. GOOD CHANCE! NO 1 FARM FOE SALE. I offer for sale my farm of o»e mMe north good Wolf's for all kinds of 80 the purchase if desired Wl»i .KY CL.OK, 33*34 Administrator. JU N MMS AM) CITY LIYEltY, tl? M: Feed and Sale Stable. i()0TII A WKLLS, f'KOl'HIKTOKS. Opposite Tremont IIot»e, one block •«st of Public Square. Leave ordcra at Ihe stable or at tho 'Fremont House for Bus to any part of the city. -STOP! STOP! HERE IS THE PUCE. D. T. Coats WXLL6XVS YOU BABGAINM IK Dry Goods, Clothing*, Boots 1 Shoes, Groceries, etc. AT BAKD TINES PRICES. CALL won TEN REASONS y the people 75 46 22 25 4o 5 3D 20 "j 20 40 fe) 0 Rn0 and vicinity would better AEHERY & U!)BEn 12 9 90 2» 10 i 22 4 O BUY & Medicines, Toilet Articles Fancy Art:- B'.ank Books," AncL Stationery.. 1st. Ardery fe ft, bought their goods at tlL est rates for cash. 2d. Their goods sre and of the purest qnalit? 3d. All medicines a?? pounded with the gratey, 4th. They have the and best selected stock of in Marion county. 5th. They have in spects a first-class store. 6th. Their goods sell ]y, and give entire sutisfc Hence they can afford goods and fill prescri. lower than any other ho town and they also give mos as premiums to thei customers. 7th. They treat all the tomers with courtesy ar acres, of the Knox vlilvdepot The farm is one of the best in this vicinity IIHH good house, barn and other out buildings, 8 good wells and other modern conveniences, 12 acres of hearing orchard and tbe wfiiiiises. one 8tli. Tfiev take groat ure in showing their gnc mile of excellent hedge. Tbe entire farm i* in a high state of cultivation and in the be*t of order. Will make any reasonable terms to suit purchasers aa io time on reserved payments. Par tieg are requested to call and examine 24 tf DREWRY OVERTON. AINMISTRITOR'S SAI.E. By virtue of an order of the Circuit Court of Marion county, Iowa, made at the December term thereof, 1875, I, Wenley Cloe, Administrator of the KMtat»* of Inase Itratiy, deceased, here by oiler for sale Forty Acres of im proved Land, situated six tniieasoulh wetd of Knoxville, Muriou county, Iowa. Tbe land is part of the farm of Maid decedent, is of the best (juality, is situated on a public rad, in a good neighborhood, aud iw a dewirenble tract of land in every particular. Hid* will be received until the lnth day of Feb ruary, 1H7I5. A credit of four years will be given on apart of 9th. They are always and ready for business, 10th. What tfcey tel can be relied upon as tru LAED OIL Warranted not to cb §1.20 per gallon. ARDKBY & E 1SITTEJC AaftM tb« asp. r.fthi. life, (I'D* out it* oiiTfr lining uriJ r» Komfi alil'le 11HI1 n* minn paos »««». twniy i» vf to-morrow it lif»- i»t iwnt ixuku.rt atiU th») Kr,llt p^rp'tuntK It is at i 11 I.lf«. i« \m prolon21.1l. tho *i'»k nnil Miln holy ibi no inHttnr froai »Bm r»iirt 111.1 uc»d. i'1 hurdi-o to l-|*ptio «nj IJMI i i'.*L r*ti km mn^« mi emliirinx llul I ply iy tiie d»l.y »n,l mudi'mrx I» Plt'i'T tonir, Thi* Irnh nxlicinkl prep l).,t a ''hfiip an'l tra^hT »rlki«, lnt(ii'l»4 (iHniilate «»l '.hen l«aT« th» nri:,0'l |xMi w jruf than th« fl'nt, but It ic'titly i tw«rrl» .IiHI ill*ten th» il»«r, II liaadarlim aii4 low »|irlt«, rrlift*" QXv ul nloruarh. jjinnif t.iue ami stability (ak witii an In^r^n-«* I anil l:w«UhT latm famala r1-**"''»*• prernitt 6trr #ND FNTLARI'-UP DIFAMTA JTRUUM*!* TB* *B«fbf)l«ai»oi» air an'l imtur« *W»r, am ati'1 u,n»a tli» whole b'xly a^»it.«t tl la Tr\ It. an.l you will Hud it pirn* ta«ti-an'! boalin^ to tha 'lv. In or tl*"' or In c'liiotipatii n of tin- b"«'i», ikaw 0r.»D'« l.irwi Hiii» will «*»i«t th» Tool* and If tau ar« ahakltiK with «(i». I". will-Irira It away. for aala bjr a-3« ai-»» 1 n*UNK' KlM 1-fuW UK ICKO'I, HAWS *S| I.ATUI*. U SU.riin»^rMK«(l |mr day wiih tliMHe niarhlnua. A" w "'••ti! mJ n wrirkera xt.ouM u«' ihcni llo^fc ran niahx J6II0 pT ill' villi thom. Irt'aldaH l»ariiini' a pri fi'al l"' trails. For mt arwlnir •••ml n 2,fta. for tli« ,|)yi'tl« rr Yai he*Iri-am V frU'l It by inail. pav wki'r" ou r»»«l tbt». »B fcJdrwa IIT "•U4—*"-• JUfkf rl, ttlnaaMi $n,oO i»' Kullon Mu Mraira. W STOP! J-lui Mwvi 110 Vhur B.rn«—'i""11partilor fr*tf.f'irA balu'-tratlc |irai"fc(.ta in ftrnt two rj«y« rinniin( K»i*ry |ia* wllri»-*«l Hi* wnrkiiiK fit tbi" ^»w h*» fii it th^ mo«' uwful ina^bint l» tiar Iwn wo kirur from lw^l»" lo ani"" bate I!'.II«. all UI »hr work rrr'-LL marblii'. ruliliio^ IL •!a 1.T alnca I f.ufha" bur" paid ri.thluz for r«pair«. 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