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THE SUPERIOR TIMES,
rCULlalltn AT SUPERIOR, DOUGLAS CO., WLSCOSSIX BY THE SUPERIOR TIMES PRINTING CO. TERMS: - - $2.50 Pkr Annum. An Impudent Fas. hood. 11 iV< our readers t‘UT wheeled upon the sudden accession ofwisdom which lulls up on .1 po r moral as soon as he b monies the editor fa m-wspape ? Like Elisha, when h<- ti -s pieke.l up the man'el of hi> master, tin- p >or, ignorant serv tnt i- at once chang ed mto a prophet—t. least in his own con ceit—at <1 forthwith proceeds to instruct the universe ex cut/iedro, with a gravity Worthy of the w -est owl that ever blinked its eves in the su light We we e forcibU reminded of the above truism, by an article that appeared in last week 1 Dtlu'h Minnes tt'an. Now we r ith- Ci like the Af'/inesotian, and the manager of that paper. In the conunon intercourse of every day life he is an “affible, unaffected, '-ay-n >t hing-to-nobo !y sort. of teller," a- Sam Weller said of the Bath fo. man. Like the valiant Pott of the Ealomoille (D/zette , he lias,however, i profound opinion of the on r mous power of the dlinnesoti-ni, and de voutly be iev >, that its amusing articles about outer harbors, impossible breakwa ters, ci i/.en docks, and ail the other vision ary glories of tin* tillage, that mills it-eif '■ Zenith ci y do not only e iify its Dulutii rea iers, but fiave an inffi nee up m r. fleet in-; in ti, ind u..on tli comm rce <>t the I uhed Stut s \\ els We cm overlook t o van ty of the Minne'o iae. e p ciallv wh n i* ret! ct tatit s cd:t *r n rally secs t I’otig i a g ass darkly, and cannot ho supposed to be conscious of the nonsense he writes. L st week tlie bottom of the tnnibh r was turned our way across the bay, and behold the oracle immediately felt buns f call, and upon to ‘‘places in the name of tie people of Notthern Wiscon-dn!” Consid ingth.it id he i tin t' and ia .-rests ot t e Mmm - s in He in di ec* opp dt on to tiie inter ests ot the ... op ofo ir Slat . tka i > edi tor does not know any of our people, has hardly -e foot i ou Stale, knows nothin”’ • 7 O whatever amu our interests and wishes, .and is him If ntirely unknown by nin. tv ii iu e bund re it . s of th- pe .ph In ■ talks ab ut, we say, considering all these f acts, we rather opine that the “ red eye ' was considerably s’l onger titan u-nal, or e -e the usual dose was considerably i lereased, when the arti cle in question was first dug out of the edi torial brain. The article also contains a bogus memo rial addressed to Congress upon the land grants for our Northern Wisconsin rail roads. A paper claiming Mich wisdom, and a-sttm a” sued importance i- the Mumeso tian, onjfot know better than to publish su li ato gory. lint sine-* it is ignorant of the circumstances, p Ul ,. re charity to let the poo; t bout. Forthe information of the Miunesotian (hen: Tim Mimieso a lumbermen on the St. Croix river have b en in the habit to conside t pne imb.T growing on the lands belonging to our respected Uncle Samuel as la r booty, and have Continually gone upon those lands winter after winter ami cut down such pine timber for their own in iivtdual benefit. We are far from blaming them, ami may have ourselves ,>ar tu ipal .iin sac innocent amusements. As the country became more settled, the offi cial' which o ir venerable Uncle, saw fit o send among th m, instead or protecting his ng its —if lie bad any —intcred into agreements with those lumbermen,by winch —for a considerat ion of course—they w* re disturbed iti their loadable undertakings of clearing Uncle Sam's ! aids from any su perfluous limber growing thereon. True, caviners msgh: s y that -u h agreements were illegal, a mere cheating of tlic govern ment and so forth and so on; but as long as the 1 nub rmen get the logs and the ulli ciaU get tlu- mo y, we should like to know w lose btisim s- i was ;o grumble at a tra .s- action so mutua yb aetieial to both par ties. Well, h -e -ame lum oraum had from tun iimu moria ma le no distinction between the lands legitimately belongi g to rnc.e Sam, a .*i t:.e lauds he had granted to the State of Wiseon- ai for raiiroad pur poses, and w t'n tiiO m --I admirable impar tiality . they t ea ed noth 1 in 1- in precisely the s iuie wav. Some taree <>r tour year ago, h< \ ever, the >a: id iscon-in, in a most uinvaso ab e manner, attempted lo protect t o-e ; uid- grained to that Stale against tae tr > g-es of the Minnesota .1 mu berm n, appoi te 1 gent.- t - oj> imir good old customs of taking w hat did not belong to the n, n> r hibite 1 them to cut upon hose railroad land-. la- inteiler i ace w li ia .r ancient rigiits and privi h ges a • a-e i ihe just indignation ol those v irtuous ua:\ iduals, and forthwith the pe tition set :-a ;li win -ueh particula. unction in the coiuin - ot the Mi .ne-otiaii, was got ap and c.rctilaad thruaghout the whole cl tv of Sui.wme a Minnesota, and turn ugh- VOL. 1. out every lumber camp belonging to Slill water lumbermen and incontinently signed by the whole of them. But such petition was not signed by the settlers ot the coun ties of Northern Wisconsin, by the men really interested in the grant or in the Country ; on the contrary the citizens ot Wisconsin signed numerous petitions in favor of extending the orignhd grant, i tie whole thing was ~n impudent Minne sota scheme, g--t up originally to enable Mmnesotians to plunder the W isconsin pineries, and now regalvanized by Minne sotims to be used for the purpose of re tard in u' the development of X* rtheni \\ is eoti'in. It the grant passes, the status ot die self-sty ed “Zenith City' 1 will be gone. The natural advantages ot M Unonsin wili upse ail its \ isiouarv schemes, and Duluth corner 1- t> will be even ie.-s valuable than they were last year. N o wonder the Miunesotian protests, but the people of Northern Wisconsin will cer tainly not acknowledge that sheet as their organ. Wanted $250,000- And now emues the City Council of Du luth in the State of Minnesota, and craves an appi’opr ation by congress of $250,000 for “our harbor improvements. 11 A Duluth bid is already pending in the national as sembly asking 500,000 acres of land for the same purpose—land to be selected from till the country about, embracing all the shore front of Lake Superior in Minne sota, all the chosen pine timber lands of the dist-ict all I lie mill sites and water powers, the town sites and n\ r bottoms etc,. Ate. —worth say at least calculation $0,0n0,000. Tais sort of subsidv being too slow and cumbrous to handle easily, the council thus wisth asks for the more manipulative and facile gift of onlv a quarter million cash as a starter. This, you ku w, is am<re b gi tt-lle for Uncle Sam. It may not b ■ generally understood, but is here said for the informal! >n of the coun c 1 that the main work laid out fur these m.loons to do, n -mely, providing a head to Lake Superior and a month to the river St. Louis, wa> ac' Oa.pJished free of expense to, this government some centuries ago, and done infinitely better .ban could be by all the treasure of the country if applied to do it over again; and that about $lOO,OOO have been expended al the natural entry, and about as much more is estimated, and doubtlt ss w; i; be appropi iated bv this ses sion, to complete he piers ami make a perfect navigation in and out of the com mon harbor of Super’;. -and Duluth. -This ■n . . od of getting what ve all want. Organization of the oupe.mr & Pacific iiaii rcad Company A quorum of the <■ >rporators of the Su perior Jz Pacific Kailroa i Company met at the Northern Pacific Junction in Carlton County, Minnesota, on Mono y 1 a -1, and organized the company by the election of the following director.*, \ iz: George \V. Cass, of Pittsburgh, Pa.; Siuimhi, Joseph Curran, ol Chicago, Id ; 111. A . Anderson, Jr., and I. I. Moore, ol Superior. Hooks tor subscriptions ot stock were opened, and -jnOjOUO subscribed. The directors elected Janos Stinson President and treasurer, and Joseph Curran Secretary. The object of the Company is to con- j -tract and opera; a rai road in Minnesota from the point on the boundary line be-j two n Wisconsin and Minnesota where the Superior *fc Estate Line li. li. strikes said line, to an intersection with the Northern Pacific at the junction oi the latter road wi h the Lake Superior A Miss, li li., — br ing practically a coniinnation ot the State Line It. li. through Minnesota. Free-Soil and Soap. It requires a high degivfc ot' civilization to liesi-t fr mi carrymgr- a; t stale on tiic per son. A man uho knows enough to brush hi* teeth daily, ami apply soap, water, and towel to head, hands, and teet, without stint, tainly kn >ws mon than s >rae peo : 1 i\ . -: . lisg ting t in j el th, foul breath, bleared ey s, grimy baud-, ami the general make up of a sloven? Tiiey are sure to be the best natured per sons in the world, and you don't like to hurt their feelings. But faugh I ‘‘a little civet, good apothecary;* id us not dwell on the subject. Turn rataer to look upon the cleanly. It is a pleasure to look at them. Mmy a man ha* prospered or failed in life by as lithe a difference as that be tween malness and untidiness. Little t dngs are ah things at a first acquaintance. If then y.u would make a good impression, reader, leave the list of fret --oihrs at once and join tlie ranks of those who believe in ,Soup. SUPERIOR, WISCONSIN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1870. The Last Hours of General Walbridge.—He Makes His Will, Leaving an Estate Wortn One Million Hollars. • From the New York Mail, 7th lost. Gen. Hiram VTalbridge, whose death occurred at the Astor House, on Tuesday, was a mush younger man than he appeared to those who had become familiar with his face of late years. While it is a fact that he was only forty-nine years of age lust February, it is also true that his v net sb!e appearance was that of a man of sixty, as estimated by his most intimate f'r end. Mr. 'i’celey, in yesterday’s Tribune. He commenced pub lic life at the ce of nineteen. General Walt.ridge had been suffering from gem-ral debditv during the past -ix months, but ilu- immedi ate cause of his death, a urinary' sd>sc> -s, made its ap pearance about four days ago. InC progress of the disease was as rapid in its fatal co sequ tncfis ita%p pearance was sudden. His attending phys-icaiis, Hr. I’iiillips and Dr. Buck, discovered on "tidav forenoon that the General was in a very critical condition, non he was notified of the fact. !i - wife, in Washington, and his brother Horace, in Tole.lo, Ohio, wire sum moned here on Saturday. About noon on Monday the General, though very weak, expressed a desire to be I moved from his bed to the loung“ Hr. Phillips told him tint he thought he would be more quiet to remain upon the bed, and that be would stiff r by moving. He consented to remain quiet for a little while, when he repeated his request and was accordingly lifted by : H . Phili ps from the bed to the lounge. Shortly after he said to his wife, who sat near him, “ My dear, I am very sick.” Tiie doctor, who had his finger upon the “ Yes, G er.il, j re right Turning quickly to the doctor he inquired, “ How is my pulse ?” “Very low. General.” Looking the doc tor in the face he said, with groat emphasis, “How low?” “I can not tell you exactly, General,’’ replied the doctor, firmly, “hut they arc exceedingly low, and are growing we, ker.” After resting a few moments the General calmly remarked, “I think I am dunar-” to which the doctor respond-“ General, I think you are." Turning to the doctor with i stern quired, “ lluw do you know?’ “By the knowledge which my experience teaches me as a physician,’’ promptly Hr. Phillips. Without seeming to be influenced unpleasantly by the solemn intellig nee which bis physician imparted, he said, “ Bring me some paper ami pen and ink.” They were at once produced, and then and there be dictated to Hr. Phillips his will. His wife and several other witnesses were present. He designated the per sons who should -ign it as witnesses to his own signa ture, which he wrote bold and with seeming ease. After the signature he remembered that he had not named the administrators. Their names were added. As the • ill w;>> about to be seule-1 up. In- said, “Doc tor we have forgot something else—the date.” Tiie date was added. The members of his family, who were present, were .surprised at his desire to make his will; .supposing, in view of his great wealth, that he ad already executed a will He eaves a property worth about one mdiion of dollars, most of winch falls to his wife, an estima ble lady oi fine accomplishments. After the execution of this most important paper, the General’s mind seemed to be quiet. He talk* and very huh* with any petsons except his wife and Dr. Phillips afterward. He sank rapidly, retaining his -en-. < until littk after midnight of Monday, and lived until 4:SO r. u. of Tuesday. General W alb rid-/e leave? no children. Mrs. Wal bridge has two children Jiving by her first husband. One is an invalid son, the other is Mrs. Dr. Phillips, who - husband i- the re.-ident phy -ici 01 at the Metro politan Hotel, and the attendant upon General Wal brelge during h’s Ia < r hour . 11. ■ d.*. • . I ;vc< two >rothers. His iiged mother di-.-d about three yt-.rs since in the city ot 'Washing ton, h-aving a vamable estate in the suburbs, where ■he General and his family have resided for several years past. The Pan! fthpatch shown up its coo t* porarie- in that saintly city for insert ing the saulFy advertisements of swind lers There ire some nice dailies to lime in a family uow-a-days. A GREAT BA GAIN!!! For sSnU* :t Sio,f>oo. 57 CHOICF.LY SELECTED LOTS in Superior, on rii*t to Ninth Streets inclusive. Apply to E. W. ANDERSON, JR., Real Estate Alien t, Superior, - - - Wisconsin. For Sale or Rent. The Steam Saw Mill at Milford, with a ep nd dwelling and eighty-seven acres of land. Situated on St. Louis River about six miles from Duluth and Superior, and accessible by railroad and water. Also for sale several tracts of choice PINE LAND. E W ANDERSON. Jr. Keal-stateSnksr, Superior. Wis- Dr. J. C.MEREITT, 1) K N T 1 S T . OFFICjc. NO. 18. PENDLETON’S BLOCK. Opposite Clrk li.*iM<>, In,LCTH, MISVMOTA. O wen Sheridan, Second St., Superior, DEALER IN Iron, Steel & Hails, Heavy mid Shelf r.j a wij y, . • @ AS3 U jj j-j jj —j Stoves, Paints, Oil, Glass, Putty, &c. KUGLER & SCHAFER, SALOON, Second St., - - Superior, [E,.-t Side of Coddington Block.] WINES, LIQUORS, BEER, &C. TWO FIBST CLASS o_ D. G£o. MORRISON, R e iBt e r of 1> eecl 8 , TOWS CLERK, NOTARY PUBLIC, AND COMMISSIONER FOR MINNESOTA. Office No. L'ii Wceiiud St., bu t enor. Wi*. DULOT3 & SUP. RIDE MAIL AKD EXPRESS LINE. SllA x f. Sz INGALLS, Proprietors. Stages will leave Superior for Duiuth at 8 a. m. and j r. m. Hi.-d leave Duluth for Superior at 11 a. m., and at 7 p. m., after arrival of train from St. Paul. Ciders caixfudy executed in Superior or Du lutli. ' Itißci Drawing of Jurors. NOTICE is hereby given that tW name? of the per son? to serve as Grand ad Petit *mrs at the next U bi nary term ot the Circuit Court of Douglas Comi ty, will ve drawn at the (’ un Room in Superior on Saturday January 14, 1871 at *7 o’clock in the after noon. RICHARD BARDON, Clerk C ircuit t’ourt, Douglas Cos., Wis. By Li % Baroon, Deputy. City Meat Market!! S. WAKELIN. PiCpV. A 08. <3hJ, Lq’7, 2nd St., Superior, "'ill keep constair.lv on hand a full stock of FRE-1I BEEF, PORK, VKAL, MUTTON, SAU.-AGE, Fl-il Als SALTED ME il Sai FIS! 1 tK .... CincKKS', Vesisx and Oysters. Orders solicited and promptly filled for l uge or small quantities. Give me a call. lam sure you will be suited in price and ciulity. " 15- S. WAKEITN. r r n i: Wak e 1 1 n House, 8. WAKELIN, Prop'r. I 1 >ay Hoard, Established in 1857. illijjui Cranwell, BEAL ESTATE AGENT, OFFICE 043 2ND STREET, Superior, - Wisconsin. I I ii*<un I J ayes, Allorney at Law, SUPERIOR, WISC ()NSIN, JUST OPENED ! Superior Meat Market;. THOS. GAERETY, Proprietor. A ! i kinds ot Fresh and Salted Meats constantly on hand. Also fresh vegetables. Give me a call. EMPIRE H FEL i A N1) R USTA 1 PANT SI'APjfJEK &t; ; N), f Prop’s,, Lake e.nle, Mrm - DULUTH, - - MINNESOTA. A'- rhj Painted aud Furnished hi Goexl Style. BV DAY Oil WEEK, AT REASONABLE PRICES ! To to uii n f our h 'it-e on the Point just hlmit. the Frrv - ' • • tt want of ag J meal in Dulu'h would do well to mve us a call. PIONEER BAKERY. i’REDEKICII BISH 0 F F Take? this method of informing the public and his old : friends and patrons that he has returned to Superior and established his BAKERY at the old stand, corner of Nettleton Avenue and Sec : : will, years of yore, always keep on hand the largest and best stock of Fresh Bread, Pies, Cakes, &c. \ Isio Candies i’<>i* Sale. : C3F*Families and others at their res- j idences with fresh bread. I G. COBURN. I W holesalc and Retail Dealer in GROCERIES, AND P it 0 V 1810 \ S, SEC OSD ST., - - SUPERIOR WIS. I have’now 01 ft largest st kscfGRO CKIiILS AND PIP )\ I SIGNS, on Lake Superior. To enumerate the articles would be superfluous. Mv stock i- complete in every branch and will be =oid at a small margin for CASH. My stock of butter is a. NO. 1. I have also a large supply of FEED, MEAL, CORN, OATS, &C., CALL AND GET PRICES. I would also say that my plarvirvo mu Ji, 0u the Superior City Dock is in good running .dm and working up daily the large supply of Seasoned Lumber, Which. I have jur-t received. Contractors and others wiii find it t their advantage to give us a call and examine our work. We make BOORS, SASE WINDOW FRAMES. AND , Window to order. No Rest for the Wicked! HARD TIMES AND PLENTY 01 MONEY 1?. .A.. ISIGGER, Fro vision and Grocery O TH A V) T> O x V JCI x , VV here you fan get the worth of your monev nnd no coange back. me a call. Heavy Mess Poru ami Good Stoves Good Butter and Grindstones- Vinegar and Dried Apples lard and T< baeco- Raspberry Jam and Salt Codfish- Sugar and Soap- A No 1 Flour and Kerosene Oil. Sjiup and Salt- Onions and Blacksmith Tools- Bean? and Ox-Yokes- Oheese amKOakum- Teas Resin and Stovepipe Double and Single Flocks and Potatoes. Prunes and Mustard v-i ackers and Snowshoes Dog Chains and Copying Ink- Shovels and Carpet Sacks Trunks and Spike. Bags and Boring Michinss- Brooms and bewing Machines. Markets and N ftinj Rigging- Candies and Dried Currants- Rice and Lned Peaches Coffee and Cigars- Corn Meal and Powder Horns- Lamps and SpHe Rings Mens Clothing and i full set of Cooking uten sils for the Lumbering Business. CUBES i CANNED FEU’T; -"*'l hinds of Groceries, every thing you want and a number of thing, you don’t want. 11- A BIGGER, 272, Second St. Superior, Wis. GREAT BAT GAINS AI *: J a f J (V| r u 3 -q i A ij -i] b JJ D —IN— S T 0 TIN AND HARDWARE. Having ju-c received a full and complete stock of the above mods. I no. propo.-- to sell them at the very lowest possible figures for cash. Don’t roly on what some may say, but call and examine tny goods and prices for yourselves, before purchasing i- where, for lam confident you will find it to vom id vantage. Among my stock of stoves will be found the ‘‘.RLd RlGHT,(heating) u AND THE “REVOLTING itnS£RVOIR,” (Cook,) fi aides a great variety of other styles. In my stock you will find ROGER’S, WOOD BE AD'S and AMERICAN PocKet Cutlery, J. RUSSEL * OO.’S T A 3 LE OUTLEHY. ROGERS k BROS, xfo, 1, Table bpoons and xorks, SEYMOUR’S k SONS SHEARS AND SCISSORS. wHEELER M ADEX k CLEMSON’S W 0 0 D AK D 0T H £ & SAW 3. RED JACKET, HUNT’S Si FENN’3 FV X ES, Universal Clothes Wringer, Extra, WILLIAMS AND CO S LADIES, GENTS AND BOYS SKAT E S , RI ILDERS’ HARDV. ARE of every description, land other things, too numerous to mention, including‘.he u--*ful RUBBER STRIPS for Windows and Doors. Last, but not least, the charming, silent, WILL COX AND GIBB'S Seavino Muchines, ! which will be r-o!d on mn?t liberal terms for the pur ( chaser. £3TN. B. The old Tin Shop still runs at I> \\r EET7 YGIf’Cl lv. v . 1 it Yj Ain o. DR. b. S. WAXBAHi:, Physioian sn Surgeon, OFFICE IN HOTEL BLOCK. All calls promptly attended to. Superior, Wiscon in. SUPERIOR BAKERY. 327 WEST SS-i- OND STREET. BREAD, PIES, OAKES, Etc., constantly on hand. I re-oectfu!!; solicit a s are of th- public patronage X. Artlersou, it.Os ,M i.'., (. i\o- i>u f ..AX—ln Probate. Tu the matt, r ; ii. Henry Sizer, deceased. N- ‘TICE ro CREDITORS. T • ail whom it may c ncein: L-*lei r i admim a ■vrn •■, : 1 r-atate havi na b . >*ned to \\ iliam ' u/er. au . • x i.iontha ir- ra in 1 if r th - .Ufe be?Rg v. ved tsd Hi<ad fit !redi*on ti p. e-er.* *b ■ - I * iu: - f r ex- ! a;..-r i’ .1.1 at ( editors pre> sent 'heir claims t- . rinder*! n-d <t uls fflee nor before Monday the fiftu dav of Jur e A D 1-71 , THOMAS CLARK, County J„ \. t o. and Acting as Commis-iajaer. DwtodSufcrior JfoTnb ?Hh, 1870. pj t Advertising; Hoalo. 1 w<-*-k. _ 4 wv*ks 3rr a ino •* 1 v*R r 1 square, s!.'>■* $l5O $2.00 4.(n) | fi.oo' s'i>.< 0 2qUnrf* 2.00 .3 CO 4.00 7.00 ICMHI 15 w 3-qnarca, 3 00 4 00 6 00 KUO If, no o '-4 column, 5W 7.50 Jo.oo 15.00 22.00 30 00 . c lunm, -.<*> 12.00 16.00 24.00 85 • o ;V ■ , i coiuu.a, 12.U0 18.00 2200 30.00 60.00 80.00 A -nice mu, i • untcii the sj>c* of ten hues oi tuid kina <jf typo. t.ustn.>--. rr 5 li nn > or If*. |5.00 year. advertit-cßioiite harge i at the rates prescribed by glut . c a! n.di.vs 10 rents per line for each insert! >ti. 1 rauMent -Over semeuts must be paid f r i:. advance; all others quarterly. Advertisements n"t otherwise ordered continued, will bo con tinued until ordered ut, and charged ar . rdinglv. N ° l’ ro , f ' f 1(> ka: advertise meats furuisind until the adver tisement is j aid fur. NO. 1(1. SI !PEH 1014 LAND AGENCY. OFFICE, NO. £47, WEST 2ND ST. E. W. ANDERSON, dR., f-eal .Estelle Fought and sold on commission. Titles Examined and correct abstracts furnished. Taxes Paid for non-residents. Land Warrants Located, and all business ; n cor nection with Real Estate promptly attended to. Lesinble Lots and Lands in and mound sITF.- Rluu, DULUTH, and FONDULAO, tor sale. Several Tracts of Choice Pine Land S on naviga ble streams and very accessible, for sale. Foreign and Domestic Exchange bought am} sold. Passage Tickets to and from all 7 iris of Europe for sale. With an experience of fourteen years in this sec tion, 1 am thoroughly posted in till that pertains to real estate, and parties desiring t invert in or around Superior or Duluth, or having property to s. 11 would do well to confer either in person or by h tier with IE. \V. Anderson, .! i. HEAL ESTATE BROKER, Site hi on City, Wisconsin, Peter E. Bradshaw. John W. Brad-haw. P. E. Bradshaw & Cos.. 2nd Sr., Supkkiok, Wis., Wn have recently received a large aid well selected stock of nOBDS, which we are selling at the LOWEST MARKET RA TES. We do not claim to sell goods at, or below cost; but we do claim to sell them at prices which will give satisfaction to our customers. 1) W V GOODS: In this department will te found a general a.-sort ment of I>RLSS GOODS, and trimmings of the !iiest stales and patterns and also a large variety of CLOTHS and ( ASS] MERES kc. CLOTH ING : Our stock of clothing has been purchased w ith spe cial reference to the climate and to the WAX7\S OF TIFF PEOPLE, and we think wo can st ir au. who may favor us, with a call. In this line will be found a good selection of RUBBER GOODS, consisting of COA TS , BLA X KETS, LEG GINS, kc., and also, OIL CLOTH IXG of various sizes. Carpeting and Wail'Papcr : 0( CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, and WALL PA PER, we have many handsome and excellent varic ti'.s to w hich we invite attention. GROCERIES & PROVISIONS: If wo are overstocked in anything, it is in Grocer ies and Provisions, of which we keep a Good Stock, consEting of CHOICE and FANCY GROCERIES, as well as ,S 7 .1 PLLS. In this line vve would call special attention to our TEAS, which we think are not exc lied by anything in th~ market. |3&"" When visiting our store, if you do not see what you want, ASK FOR IT. A. ZACHAU, DEALER is DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, ROOTS & SHOES, YANKEE NOTIONS, Crockery, Glass A\ are, Willow W arc, ROOFING AND BUILDING PAPER, STITIONEBY, Canned Fruits, TOBACCO, CIGARS, WINES AND EiaUDRS. A ZACIXAU.