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.-.o"sia, and Sick Headache, or diseases oi
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AGUE AND FEVER.
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crv to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they areuriequakt. '
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
'T"!k rrprmine are never sufar-coated.
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Ai" impression, McLANE'S liver riLL,
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C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepares r.y
FLEMING 'fafcOS., PitLsbargh, I' :..
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ume MsLane, spelled diffircntly 1 at
F. & A. JL.
OMENTAL LODGE, No. 453. Stated commu- !
munication upon second Thursday nijjht of
each moniii at llall m M.vsomc lempie.
- Chas. Dawes, Sec W. A. Galbiaith, W.M.
-h -asteU'S LODGE. No. 244" Stated commu-
iti nication upon third Monday night ol each
month at Hall in Aiasomc lempie.
K. E. MeCroskey, Sec.
. W. Hall, W.M.
PEARL CHAPTER, No. 44, K. .
ronvocation unon first Monday
A. M. Stated
nisjUt of each
niont h at 1 tall in iiaaoaic Temple.
S. J. Todd, Sec. W.A.Oalhraith,H.P
rEVR DE LIOX COIMANDERY, No,
conclave upon second Monday night
drill unon Friday
of each month
of each week, at Hall in Masonic Temple.
S. J. Todd, liec. E. BolU. i- O.
I. O. O. F.
a st tfvxfsee lodge. No. 34. Meets
li Tuesday nights at Odd Fellows Ilali, west
de Market Square. J. A. Galvon. N. G. ; wm.
amuels, v.G. ; E. W. Adkins, It. S., and Ferm t
Geo. Mclntire. Treasurer,
J. T. CAZIER, D; D. S., 1
CLINCH ST.. WEST 0? GAY JfEAS CUSTOil
111) I oil.
Having a personal knowledge of De. Cazibr
and his abilities in Dentistry, I commend him to
my patients and the pubiio as a most thorough,
competent and conscientious Ddrtist
j an7dly J. FQUCHE.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Olliee east side of Gay street, near the residence
S. T. Atkin. Charges moderate.
Steam Sash and Blind Factory,
J. T. AMBROSE & SON, FROP'a "
Manufacturers et Sash, Blinds, Doors, Mouldings,
Payne School Desk, etc etc. Also Dealers in
Lumber, rouh and dressed. Call and see them
before buying eisewhero. Craig & Ferguson's
old stand, MeGhee street, North Knoxville. .
J. F. BAUMANW,
OFFICE : Over E. T. National Bank. Gay St
F. F. AT WELL, Agent.
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
CONTINENTAL AND NIAGARA,
of New York,
an FRANKLIN, of Phiiadelpbia.
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1880.
Republican Nominations for 1880.
JAMES A. GARFIELD,
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
CHESTER A. ARTHUR,
Of New York.
1st District A. II. PETTIBONE.
2nd District-L. C. HOUK.
Sheriff C. B. GOSSETT.
Trustee W. II. SWAN.
It i3 surprising how little we
hear now of the familiar cry of
"fraud" which was the stock in
trade of our democratic friends, up
to within the last six months. Gen.
Hancock even, fails to mention it in
his letter of acceptance. It i3 true
they had Mr. Tilden on the stand at
a democratic meeting held in New
York last week, and in a few feeble
sentences, he tried to stir up the ins
dignation of an outraged democ
racy, but it wouldn't stir and there
was no public outcry against
it.' Ihe speakers of the evening,
such as Speaker Randall and J.
Randolph Tucker, failed to mention
it and the old man wa3 forced to sit
still and listen to their platitudes.
Can it be possible that the party is
going through this canvass without
improving so good an opportunity
to denounce "fraud?" Or is it
possible that they have discovered it
to bo a two-edged sword ?
One of the strongest campaign
documents for the republicans is the
monthly public debt statement,
which is sent out through the asso
ciated press reports. Last month's
report shows a decrease of more
than five millions for the month of
July. So long as the republicans go
on decreasing the debt at that rate
the people will be satisfied with
what they are doing and will submit
to no change. .
friends "will meet in convention at
Nashville and wrestle vrith the gus
bernatorial question, and will de
cide whether they will make the
state debt question an issue in this
campaign, or whether they will
compromise their differences by ig
noring it altogether. There will
be a strong party there opposed to
the payment of any of that part of
the debt created 'in the construction
of railroads. There will also be a
strong party in favor of an honest
settlement of the debt; ; Which will
be the strongest is hard to tell. '
THE SEW YOKK t OX FEREXCE.
A. Notable Cailterins of Reprc
sentative Republicans to ('on
ler on tlie Campaign.
New York Times.'
The preparations for tie republican
conference to be held in thi city nex
Thursday, August 5th, are about com
plete by the national com mitt ee. The
gathering promitea to be one of the
most interesting, as it will, no doubt,
be one of the ino&t important, ever
held iu the history of the party. The
mausgers of the campaign, desiring to
bring together the prominent men of
the psrty, including the candidates for
president and vice president, to reach
the fullest understandicg cf the prin
cipal aim.3 to be kept in view in the
campaign, eent notices to Ieadiog re
publicans in all the northern states,
and have received assurances from a
sufficient number of thosa invited to
ehow that the idea of holding a con
ference meets with general approval,
and that, it will b8 very largely at
tended. Gen. James A. Garfield has
sent word that he will attend. He
will leave hisbome at Mentor, O .next
.Tuesday af.ernoou on a special train,
accompanied by Senator John A. .Lo
gan, of Illinois, Gen. Ben. Harrison,
of Indiana, Judge Alphonse Taft, of
Ohio, the Hon. Chas. G. Williams, of
Wisconsin, and the Hon. Omer D.
Conger of Michigan. The party will
reach Buffalo on Tuesday night. Here
they will be received by Gov. A. B.
Cornell and several members of his
staff, Lieuteuant Governor George G.
Hoskins, the Hon. Frank Hiscock, ex-
Governor Jewell, the Hon. Levi P. j
Morton, Senator Robertson, and the
Hon. Richard Crowley. The stay in
Buffalo will be necessarily short, and
it ia not probable that General Gar
field will have any opportunity to
speak there beyond acknowledging:
the welcome of the crowds that are
sure to receive him. On Wednesday
morning at 6:30 o'clock a special train
of two parlor cars will take the party
from Buffalo. On the way to New
York brief stops will be macie at Bata
via, R-chester, Lyons, Syracuse,
Rome, Utica, Little Fall, 8c eut-cta-dy.
Albany, Hudson and Poughkeep
eie. It is known that the Garfield
and Arthur clubs in these places have
all declared their intention of greeting
th candidate as he passes through the
ditlerent cities. General Garfield will
not, it is believed, mabeauy speeches
on the way, but will make some of his
traveling companions the spokesmeu
to acknowledge the greetings of the
republicans who will turn out to mett
him and cheer him by the way. The
train is expected to arrive at the Grand
Central depot at 9 o'clock Wednesday
evening. There will be no formal re
ception there. Gen. Garfield will go
to the Firth Avenue hotel, where he
will remain until after the conference
The parties" to the coneference will
be the executive committee of the na
tional committee, including ex-Gov.
Jewell, ex-Sanator Dorsey, Col. Hook
er, Senator Logan, of Illinois, John
C. New, of Indiana, John A. Martin,
of Kansas, Henry C. Warmotb, of
Louisiana, John M. Forte?, of Massa
chusetts. Chauncey I. Filley, of Mis
souri, Wm. E. Chandler, of New
Hampshire, George A. Halsey, of New
Jersey, Thomas C. Piatt, of New
York, William P. Canaday, of North
Carolina, J. Donald Cameron, of Penn
sylvania and Richard C. McCormick,
of Arizona, the republican congression
al committee, tne chairmen of the
different state c mmttteee, and among
others the following gentlemen : Gen.
Chester A. Arthur, Senator Roscoe
Conkling, Gov. A. B. Cornell, ex
Gov. E. D. Morgan, Marshall O. Rob
erts, John Jay, Thurlow Weed, Ed
wards Pierrepont and ex-Gov. Hamil
ton Fish, of New York, Senator Jrs.
G. Blaine, Eugene Hale and William
P. Frye, of Maine, Hon. Galusha A.
Grow and Chas. E. Smith, of the
Press, Pennsylvania; Col. Robert G,
Ingersoll, Leonaid; Swett Emory
Storrs and N. K. Fairbanks,
of Illinois, B. Butterworth, Rich
ard Smith and Murat Halstead, of
Ohio, Senator William Windom, of
Minnesota, J. P. Robinson, Mentor,
Ohio, William B. Allison. Iowa, Gen
eral J. W. Keefer, Springfield, Mass.,
George Dawson, Albany, Henry Jame?,
Ogdensburg, C. H. Grosverior, Obio,
James Barnett and Amos Townsend,
Cleveland, Greene B. Raum, Illinois,
Senator George b . Edmunds, Vermont,
Senator Henry L. Daws and Attorney
General Charles Devens, Massachus
etts, J.J. Belden, Syracuse, Carroll E.
Smith, Syracuse, Charles E. Fitch,
Rochester, Godlove 8. Orth, Indiaua,
Eugene Hale, Ellsworth, Me., George
M. Robeson, New Jersey, Philetus
Sawyer, Wisconsin, Governor J. F.
Gear, Io wa, E. W. Keyes, Wisconsin.
Senator Windom, Minnesota, Ban.
Simpson, Kansas, Senator J. H. Mitch
ell, Oregon, Senator Matt. H. Carpen
ter, Wisconsin, J. J. Ingalls, D. R.
Anthony and Daniel Shepherd, of
Kansa0, Assistant Postmaster General
J. M. Tyner, Washington, G- C. Gor-.
ham, California, Senator P. B. PJumb,
Kansas, Colonel A. D. Streight,
Indiana, the Hon. John Coburn, In
diana, the Hon. Frederick Billings, J.
M. Tyler, C. H. Joyce, Gen. W. W
Grant, the Hon. Luke F. Poland, Ver
mont, Senator H. Blair, New Hamp
shire, Gov. Henry W. Long. Massa
chusetts, Senator George F. Hoar, Ex
Secretary George S. Boutwell, the
Hon. W. W. Rice, the Hon. W. W.
Crapo, George B. Loring, the Hon.
Benj. W. Harris, the Hon. W A
Field, William Claflin, A. Norcrossl
Boston, Gov. Van Zindt-, Rhode
Island, Walter Q. , Gresbaoi, Indiana
William A. Stile. William W. PbelpP)
New Jersey, J. M. Bingham, Michi
gan, C. C. Washburne, Wisconein, H.
Fink, H. Ludington, J. Sanger, Mil
waukee, A. J. Turner, P. J, Spooner,
Madison, Wis., ' and Congressmen
Storin, Wood, Pierce and Bailey,
State Senators Robertson, Braman,
Baker, Rockwell. Birdsall, Sessions,
Potts, Mills, Williams, General Geo. ge
H. Sharp, General Horace Porter. ex
Governor Thomas G. Alord, J. Pier
pont Morgan, of New York, and about
one hundred others.
The delegation from McMinn county
a state credit, we hear, with a tendency
to support Marks.
Blount county adopted state credit
resolution;, and appointed state credit
Lincoln and Maury county held
conventions last Monday, and, it is re
ported, appointed state credit delegatee.
Iu the for uer a resolution was adopted
favoring Mark3," provided he will stand
on a s!a!e credit platform. ,
Houston county, it is said, has also
appointed a state credit delegation.
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Do not fail to see that your ticket
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For speed, safety and comfort you will
find this line to be unrivalled'. For the
celebrated Springs and Summer Kesorts
Kound Trip Tickets can be purchased at
all principal offices. Emigrants wishing
to go West, either to locate or as pros
pectors, will find it to their advantage to
go Dy tnis route, riouna trip emigrant
tickets on sale to Texas points. By thi3
line you have no tiresome delays. Through
coaches are run from Chattanooga to Col
umbus without change, bleeping coache
on all night trains. Good coaches, good
road and quick time.
Leave Chattanooga. .......11:00 a. m.
1 1:40 "
12: a. m
2:li p. m
5:10 a. m
Urideport..........l:iu p- m.
Oo wan.... 1:33 "
Docherd ...... 1:46 "
Tullahoma. ........ 2:15
" Wartrace 2:t5
" Murfreesboro...... 3:2 1
Arrive Naghviile............ 5:00
Leave Nashville 5:10
Arrive McKeniie- 11:10
" Martin. .............
" Union City. - 4:30 a.
" Memphis-.... ... 5:IMI p.
" St- Louis - 5:25
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A- 1. TOREXXE,
Traveling Agent, Atlanta, Ga.
WM. T. liOGb'RS,
Passenger Agent, Chattanooga, Tenn.
Or W. UAiiE,
General Passenger and Ticket Agent,
IKUlVAtN AW 0EPABTPBE8 OF
ifct Teiin., Ta. and Ga. Hrcad.
soi, anxea irain. uoavob artuwi...... o uo am
Arrives at Knoxviiie 1:00 am
Leaves Kcozville 12:15 p m
Arrives at Daltun.. 6ao p. m
Arrives at Chattanooga..... 6 30 n n.
So 1 makes ooncection at Chattanooga with the
rtasnviile and Chattanooga tvoads. Also makes
close connection with tie Cincinnati Southern.
and at Dalton witn tne w. & A. it It
i Mixed Train, leaves Chattanooga 8 30 a m
Arrives atunoxviile ...........3 top m
Arrives at Bristol
o, 8 Leaves Bristol
Arrives at Kaoxviile
Arrives at Daiton. ......
10 1 2 p m
2 53 a m
8 0 J am
715 a m
Arrives at Chattanooga.....
So 3 oonnects at Daiton with the
Atlantic and belaia. Home and Daiton Roada
End at Chattanooga with Alabama and Oreat
fujuth'rn itoad ; and Mempbis and Charleston
Railroad. A connection for Nashville is made
by this train with a hours' delay at Chat
tanooga, eseert on buncUjg.
So. 4 Leaves Chattanooga.
Arrives at Knoxvilie.....
Arrives at Bristol....
? 40 p m
11 4 p m
n ia p m
o to a m
No 4 makes close connection
at Lynchburg for
Washington and Eastern civics.
Hnoxvllle ml Ohio KailY-..f.d.
leaves Knosvilie. ...................... ...... 4:15 p m.
Irrives at Careyville... w ..... 7:. 15 p m,
Leave Cary viile,-.... , 6;00 a K
arrive at Knoxville..... 10,20 a v.
Mak' connections with both day trains on the
E: T.. V (1. It, it.
Cincinnati, Cumberland Gap and
Leaves Knoxvllle (Freights) ...... 7:30 a. m
Leaves Morristown........... ...... 11 10 am
Arrive at wolt Creek.-. 1 45 p m
Leave Wolf Creek 3 00 p m
Arrive at Morristown 6 35pm
Connection is made at Marristown with the
B. T Va- i Ga, trains No. 4 East and No. 3
West, Also connection at Wolf Creek with
tages for VVaria Springs ar.d Asbeviile, going
kox ville and Aujrasta Ballrcud.
Leave KaryviUe at 8:00 i. v.
Arrivx at knoxville 9:20 a X
eave Knoxville 3;15p it.
Arrive at Maryville 4:20 p m.
Connection made with both day trains on the
T., V. & ti. B, R.
ftontlon and Btiikvood Stall Packet.
The steamer Emory City, carrying the mail,
passengers and freight, rues daily between
Loudon, Kingston and Hockwooi, arriving at
Loudon to eonneet with the eastern hound train.
No. 4, at 9:22 p. in, and leaves for Kinston and
Koirwori a he arrival 01 tne western bound
rain, No. at
Circuit Court of tin Halted Mates.
!Cstern District cf Tennessee. In Equity.
A. J. Ricks vs. Rebecca B. Brandon et al.
PURSUANT to a decree pronounced in the
above cause by the United States Circuit
Ccurt for the Eastern District of Tennessee, on
the 12th day of July, 18 0, reviving a former
decrae hy said court in said cause on the 2dth
day of January. 180, 1 will ssll at pubiio auc
tion, to the highest bidder, ia front of the west
entrance of the pestemee in Knoxville,
ON THURSDAY, THE 12th DAT OF AUGUST
NEXT; AT 11 O'CLOCK, A.M.,
the ho.se and lot mentioned and described in
the pleadinKS as fo'lowi : Lot numbered 39,
(and the improvements thereon) on the east
side of High street in the city of Xnozrille,
fronting fifty feet, more or less, on said street,
and running back one hundred and forty-five
feet, more or less to an alley.
Said iale will be made on a eredit of six
months, and in bar of the equity of redemption,
taking a note from the purchkser with good per
sonal security, and retaining a lien s farther
security. A. R. HUMES. :
July21. 1830-d23t Commissioner.
We ara authorized and raquested t announce
W. A. A. CONXKB, Ksq.,r a candidate for Kep-
resentatiye of Knox county in the next
"We are authorized to announce C. B. GOSSETT
as a candidate for Sheriff of Knox county, at the
ensuing election, August 5, isso.
TTe are authorized to announce W. H. SWAN
as a caudidate for re-election as Trustee of Knox
cunty, at the ensuing August election.
I ant under many oblteations to the voters of the
1st district for the call to become a andldate. I
th r. fore announce myself as a candidate for Con
stable at the ensuln? e rction, promising. If elected,
t i erform the duties of the onice faithful It.
Respectfully, JOHN B. MANSON.
We are authorized and requested to announce
S. F. SHEPARD as a caudidate for Constable in
the 1st eivil district of Knox canty, at the en
suing August election.'
We ara authorizd and requested to announce
JOHN A. REEDER as a candidate for Constable
in the first civil district if Kxox county, at the
ensiug August election.
We are authorized and requested to announce
M. D. SULLIVAN as a candidateforreelection to
fill the other of Constable in the 1st civil district of
Knox county, at the ensuing election in August.
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The ANCHOR LEAD is guaranteed to contain
nothing but pure White Lead and pure Linseed
Oil? which are the best materials known for
Paints. The Anchor brand is well known for its
Eurity and the high reputation it has always
orne, and on account of its durability ia far
cheaper in the end to the consumer than any of
the so-called cheap paints. The Anchor Lead is
being imitated, and we caution all to see that the
name of the manufacturers as below and the cut
above is found on every label.
THE AKCHOK WIIIO LKAUCO.,
Sacforrt, linraltrriatin A Aller,
Knoxville, Tenn.. Agents.
Are sold by all Hardware and II:irnpR!i leal'n. There
ia no one owning a horse or mule Irat what will Ctitt in
this line of poofts. somethlnff of grrat value, and es
pecially adapted to their wants. COVERT AfF'G CO.,
west Tboy.K. Y., Bole Manufacturers.
AGENTS V ANTED J&S
of our next President and Vice President,
Gen. HANCOCK and
HON. W. H. ENGLISH.
Thousands are waiting for the book. It contains
steel portraits of i he Candidates and other full
page engravings. Extra inducements offered to
those selecting territory sow, Douglass Bros,,
55 W. 5th st., C incinnati, O.
$"7 "7 "7 A YEAR and expenses to
ill agents. Outfit JCree. Address P.
a aO. TICKERS', Aurusta. Maine.
ADVERTISEKS ! send for our Seiect List of
Local Newspapers. Geo. P. Howell &. Co.,
10 Spruce st., N.Y,
AGENTS WASTED For the Best and Fast
est Selline Pictorial Books and Bibles. Price
reducel 33 per cent. National Publishing Co.
OE1LEI) PROPOSALS for rha Gradirg
n and Masonry of the st Tennessee and
Western North Carolioa Railroad (Narrow
Gaoire), from Hampton, Tenn., to North Caroli
na State line, will be received at the Engineer's
oflice, Elizabetbton. Tenn,, until Wednesday
noon. August 13, 188 ',
Specifications and blank forms for proposals
can be btainedof J.f, Wise, 8ct'y. 47 Walnut
street, Philadelphia, P and at the Engineer's
offie, Elixibethton, Tenn,
The right to reject any and all bids is reserved,
TH03. E, MATSON
EI;iabethton, TennM Ju'y 21, li&O. 2fieo
Nashville College , for Young
Ko. 25 S. hprnca St.. Kashvllle. Tenn.
RV. Gito. W. F. PaiCB. D.D., (late of Ala )
Prest, Building and lacality select. Thorough
advanced course in all depmments; Latin. Cal
isthenics. Art, German. Italian, French; Music
by eminent artists- Boarders in president s fam
ily. Refer to Bislops M, E. Church, South,
Opens Sept. 1, 18S0, Send for circular,
j ulv31dwlm -
mClTC Vn 9 Beautiful Colored Pictures
-DA lb RUi tt Very inganioua. 75 obiecu f
fiud. bend stamp for package. Ir.E.caiifiST,BlIkleJt.I.
MALT AND HOS
1 1 D I i
WM Mm Ht M M km MM mm CI t "I
for the Spring Trade is now
Departments filled with
FRESH, SEASONABLE GOODS,
raich they offer to Merchants only,
AT EASTERN PKICES.
All Orders Promptly
Go to the
J.W. GAUT & SON,
Produce nm Commission Merchants,
Wheat, OornrOats, Hay, Flour,
Bacon, Lard, Feathers, Dried Fruit, &c.
Corner State and Heservoir Streets.
Prompt Attention to Consignments.
Solicits Orders for AS1L KIXOS I'KODiOE. r
BLOCK & CO.,
PRINTED AND BUNTING
ALL FOREIGN NATIONAL FLAGS,
Complete sets of "Coats of Arms" of ever?
Btate in the Union, "Uoddessof Liberty,"
""Washington" and the "Continental Sol
dier " ia Life Size. Torches, Fancy Paper
Lanterns, Shields and otner Decorations.
of Erery Description
Price List furnished on application.
169 ELM Street, CINCINNATI, O.
People's Bank cf Knoxville
nmc Ocoi Bum BeitDliro. Gat Srairr,
JOS. R. MITCHELL
Sahoi. MoKiiht. Ass't Caehiei.
Will transact a wenera i.niumr-
n Deposit, deal in Exehanjffr, buy Gfbld and
Oliver, usaa nuiw, v-
We prefer that collections of Revenue shnld
be made in person or send funds by r agent in-
(tead of mail TTir- - - -
The en?y Southern Rako and Drin
Factory In tho Countrv. -
. . MO. I TW)i TlnHA RAW
with Iron Hub (or Locuft Hubs boilod in pil)-a.i J
in use-and our PoUTolTOTel!,dOram.8ed,and
Fertilixind DrnUwldch can be chansert to nji
quantity while Drill iji t All ISHuf
ftrfnMM iuv tlinira are th best. All w a bail ia, seiia
ire CiU-and pW.i.whichcontu
ELItera ftom peraoM W A U are rarra .
IAQCUT8WI I naWCBlTBMl IMJIWHI "FQ.C0.
that their assortment of Goods
complete. : They have all their
and Carefully Filled.
TtSOH. O'CO.VSER, President.
SAM. HOUSE, Cashier.
1'hoB. O'Conner, Jas. O'Oonner,
I no li. Neely,
l N. IIooil,
T. It. Corniok
uEMEIlAL BANKING BUSINESS
Designated Depository cf the State.
Peals in JToreim and Don? wtio Exob&Dge, elli
Drafts on all the prlloipal cities in Europe, bu7l
and sells Uccurrent Money , Gold and Bil ver. w r-
..... .,) Oifv -!nriT pP-Awtf
THE U C ft S"
b u mailt 3 m- m
Gnrmnrn'fi Artificial car Drums
PERFECTLY nKSTOKE TUB IK:
and perform tne w". k " i";h?"J ",V.!.il..f.'i "
Always m .p.-;'."". f? V.
t on vt rant ion una . .
Til KCM CO, 1N(1AT1, H.
A NEW SCHOOL SONG BOOK
A New, Complete ani most at roctive
Collection of School Song
US L. O. Emkksox.
feai 50 Ctntsfo.'Speiu.en Copy.
Books for Schools, Sitgirg Schools
Choin, and Gospel TeinpertUiCe
Welcome Chcms V.J0Q. For BUh Bchoc h
Song Bells. 10 cts. For Common School?.
White Robes. 0 cts. for Sunday Schls
Ttmplc, 1.0J, For Choirs and SiuK-"
Voice of Worship. $:.0". Choirs aad Sinuiat
Johnson's Meth :d for Siotioit CTaees 60 cts
For Singing Schools, . .
Tcmptranae Jewels, 3. cts, Oapel IoP w,rl
Temperance Light, 12 cU "
OLIVER DIT80S & CO., Uostm.
C. H. DITSON A CO., WS B'dway, New York.
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