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baturday, " November 16, 1895.
ANNOUNCEMENT RATES. Iratiot
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Jiurtot Judge .......... ......... ...... 16 00
tstrlet Attorney ...... ............... SenatE
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li J, rors............... ............
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FOB SENATOR uew b
I respectfully announce myself to imlith
the voters of East Carroll and Madison We m
that I am a candidate for Senator of tor to
the 25th Senatorial District. subject to ist all
the action of the Democratic party. "To
Respectfully, to go
W. M. MURPIIY. posed
I beg to announce that I am a can- on a
didate for State Senator composing the ticket
parishes of MadisonI and East Carroll, result
subject to the action of the IDemocratic men
party, and respectfully solicit the sup- COIfl
port of the suffragans. have
L. K. BARBER.
FOR JUDGE. appel
We are authorized to announce parts
Judge F. F. MONTGOMERY as a can- tives
didate for re-election to the office of natec
Judge of the 7th Judicial District, sub- electl
oet to the action of the Democratic a U
10e DsTBIOT ATTORNEY. adop
I hereby announce myself as a can- very
didate for District Attorney of the 7th "C
Judicial District, subject to the action next
of the Democratic party,
WM- S. HOLMES. the
POE REPRESENTATIVE. a Le
I hereby announce myself as a can- a nd
didate for re-election as Representative ingt<
in the General Assembly of Louisiana, elect
subject to the action of the parish
Democracy. C. S. WYLY.
FO BE I, time
We are authorised to announce Mr.
J. W. DUNN as a candidate for re- litti
election to the office of Sheriff of the for
parish of East Carroll, subject to the a is
action of the Democratic party.
Fo COt.LE . nat
We are authorized to announce Mr.
YANCEY BELL as a candidate for the Dei
position of clerk of the 7th District bod
Court, subject to the action of the abc
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for.re-election to the office of pul
Clerk of the 7th District Court, sub- in
ject to the action of the Democratic
Party. and ask the support of the COt
voters of the parish. cal
" J. D. TOMPKINS.
FOR POLICE JUROR. da
Many friends of Mr. PHIL McGUIRE an
announce him as a candidate for the do
office of Police Jnror from the third vi
ward of East Carroll parish, subject to be
the action of the Democratic party.
701 COORNER. we
We are authorised to announce Dr. oN
W. E. LONG as a candidate for re
election to the office of Coroner of th
East Carroll, subject to the action of tb
the Democratic party. la
POR JUSTICE OF TPE PEACE. th
We are authorized to announce Mr. th
C. R. EGELLY as a candidate for re- m
election to the office of Justice of the
Peace of the Third ward. subject to
the action of the lDemooratic party. i
I respectfully announce myself for L
se-election to the office of Constable of ci
the third ward. and ask the support of tl
the votes at the Democratic primaries
esn the 28th. W. H. HUNTER. b
We'd give a counterfeit quarter to o
know how Gunby pulled the wool a
over the eyes of our friend Col. Boat- 'I
The tyLts got knocked into 5
smfteIa@s in Mississippi on De-i
cember Sd. In April next, they I
will get the divil knocked out of them
BHon. Geo. W. Bolton of Rapides,
is spoken of for the office of Lieuten
ant Governor. He was speaker of
the House of Representatives in the
last General Assembly.
Majors& Co., the great New Or
lens cotton firm, failed on Friday
last. Four weeks ago, it was said
this Srim was over two hundred
th eand dollars ahead in ootton
It looka like the hoodlume in the
Vmseat City own the town. Their
' tst "geotlemanly sot" was on
hsly night last, when they des
trqet tes, shrubbery and benches
i gi atlon Square.
StmPow given t othat the Pop
gsts2I 0a0t noasmite a State tick
*ai t it coblphne with the Reptib
Ems.. teftaiant the regular Demo
h stit . Trhe Repubieine elaim
~ fyO ~ te rrto carry every pr
e sr diettlt bJ large ma
,- .de the Populists MaeWi
twelrve if not thirtese
s ie.rtt Lpeuisian
;SjiW s it? Twelvo
BREPUBLICAN PLAS IN L'Tt- I T
Thie fll ug t h is
being ~, " "a ttbh
throughout 4ouisana y the Repub- and co
lican State Central Committee, is $4 to
"Republican State Central Committee, someti
Ileadquarters : 417 Coanmereial prices.
Place, P. 0. Box 884. The
'New Orleans, Nov. 6, 1895. crepan
"Dear Sir-The victories won in the that w
nation yesterday make it certain he
yoid any doubt that the next admiuis- pe to:
tration will be under full control of a
Rtepublican President, backed by afor 2
Republican House and a Republican the ne
Senate. That administration will cess o
frame a tariff bill that will last for impro
fifty years. If the sugar interest, the warra
lumber interest, rice and other Louis- price
lsna industries, stricken under the public
Wilson bill, desire recognition in the
new bill, it is necessary for us to show not re
political results here In Louisiana.
We must send a United States Sena- sugge
tor to Washington who is a protection- some
Seist all along the line. the la
"To elect this Senator it is necessary Recol
to get all elements in Louisiana op- ton t
posed to the Democratic party united nmigh
. on a common State and legislative over 1
e tIcket. To bring about this united of th
I, result depends upon practical manage- Houri
;c ment placed In practical hands at a fine a
. common point-a State headquarters.
."Nomiluatious for the Legislature dustr
have already been made in many condi
parishes of the State. As yet no steps increi
appear to have been taken in your vanta
e parish in this direction. Representa- mills
n- tires and Senators should be nomi- justi(
of nated of our political views, and of a
- elected, so as to secure the election ot shre
Ic a United States Senator committed of th
thoroughly to the protection of every o th
American industry that requires the
adoption of a protective policy for its some
n- very existence. wo
th '.Our work must be done within the their
an next sixty days. By careful attention from
to detail in the fifty-nine parishes of Thea
the State it is certain, under the iabl<
- sti.iulus of yesterday's victories, that trust
a Legislature can be elected which will
n- aend a protectionist Senator to Wash- mert
vs ington. and that a Governor can be and
is, elected in line with our interests. aiml
ish Very truly yours, ville
"W. J. BEllAN, Chairman."
It has been well known for some
Ir. time that the Republicans, having
re- little hope of carrying Louisiana T1
Lbe for Governor, have aimed to secure ien
hea large representation in the Legis- "j
- lature, expecting, through a combi- & I
nation with other opponents of the ta
the Democracy, to secure control of that ,
riot body. The circular we publish hou
the above fully confirms this view of vii
an- the matter and proves that the Re- one
of publicans are thoroughly in earnest a n
b- in their purpose, and may be na
counted on to make a very vigorous and
. Geu. Behan thinks that last Tues- ad
day's election ought to encourage list
IRE and help the Republicans. lie rel
the does not note that the Republican loc
bhird victories were won in the North and we
t to border States, and that his party at
was weaker than ever in the South
west. It put out no ticket of its be
Dr. own in Mississippi; and although it to
r threw its strength to the Populists, ki
) of the Democratic majority was the rim
largest known. For this section of an
c. the country, Tuesday's elections give '
Mr. the Republicans little encourage- si
re- ment. u
t to Gen. Behan hints that the Repub- la
. licans will undertake the task of xc
framing a new tariff bill, and thatlii
Sfor Louisiana ought to send a Republi- a
d i of can to the Senate in order to secure d
rt of the most favorable terms under this I
Sbill. HIe is not aware of the drift
of Republican sentiment throngh- h
ter out the country, which is decidedly b
wool against any new tariff legislation.
Boat- The Republicans had expernence a
enough with the tariff when they
passed the McKinley bull. It re
into sulted in their overwhelming defeat
De- in 1892, and they will refuse to
they touch the matter again.
them That is well understood in the
North and Gen. Behan's belief that
the tariff is going to be reopened, is
pides, without any facts to support it.
siten- We have this warning, however,
er of of the Republican aims; and the
inthe Democracy will do well to take
whatever steps may be necessary to
Friday Congressman Benton McMillet, of
* std Tennessee, who was visiting Senator
Bndred Blanehard at Shreveport last week,
otton was asked 'what was the oanse
of Democratic defeat. He replied:
in the"Factional fighting," which is about
was n Next Wednesday, the 20th,will be
y de Louisiana day at the Atlanta Expo
bnohes ition. One hundred cadets of the
State University will attend, and we
will bet our dollars that the boys will
e Pop- bring back with them the prise for
t ti tk- the best drilled soldiers yet ait the
no etate Ex-Congressmanf B. W. Domham
err p*- hasb been awarded 16,000o damages
rge ma- against Major E, L. Allyn,, for, the
assrt alienation of his wife'as afLtiers.
t trteen Tbhe Alexandria Democrt saylf that
ueslana. "in this country a bullet would iFha.
Tw elve bees afultient to. have soothed the
S They oottaged feelings - the njured hue
That harpqey *"n.
Mttf ell gh e $5 p et ton
and cotton seed meal at $18, hulls at
$4 to say nothing of the prices of
cotton seed oil, there seems to be
something disproportionate in these
There is, indeed, a startling dis
crepancy. A few weeks ago the
Tunes published an article, showing
that while the planters received $5
per ton for their seed on the planta- War
tions, the same seed sold in England
for $24 per ton when delinted by
the new patent process. The pro- Or I
I cess of delinting is certainly a vast
r improvement, but not sufficient to
warrant an increase of $18 in the sho1
Sprice of seed. That article was
published to call the attention of
P planters to the fact that they were l0w
not receiving their just dues, and to
suggest to them to try to hit upon
some plan for self protection. By
the last issue of the Manufacturer's
Y Record it will be seen that the cot
- ton oil industry in increasing
d nightily-new mills going up all
e over the country, and the condition
d of the business that ot the most
Sflourishing prosperity. It is a very
Sfine and desirable thing to see an in
e dustry so pecnliarly Southern in a
y condition of such prosperity. Its27 I
1s increase and improvement is an ad
ir vantage to every town in which its 32 1
I- mills are located; but in common
'- justice the prosperity growing out
)t of a product of the soil should be 42 1
d shared by the producers. In view
of the facts it does not take a very 54 1
e shrewd intellect to conclude that
ts some powerful combination is at 60
work to deprive the planters of
he their share of the profits arising 72
3a from this branch of their industry.
of They are simply giving away a val- -
he uable crop for the enrichment of the
T trusts and corporations who place a
,h- merely nominal value upon the seed
be and laugh in their sleeves at the
simplicity of their victims.-Green
re An Ancient Sign.
na This is the announcement of an an
are cient sign, said still to be hanging at
is- "Roger Giles, Surgin, Parish Clark
hbi- & Skulemaster, Groser & Ilunder
the taker, Respectably Informs ladys and
gentleman that he drors teef witbnut
hat wateing a minit, applies laches every
ish hour, blisters on the lowest tarms and
of vizieks for penny a peace. He sells take
Godfather's kordals, kuts korns, buny- to i
Re- one, doctors osses, clips donkies wance
aest a muuth and undertakes to luke ater G
be nails by the ear. Joesharps, penny abo
wissels, brass kanelsticks, fryin pans ate
ous and other moozikal instruments hat
grately reydooced figers. Young t
les- ladys and gentlemen larus their gram- wit
mur and langeudge in the purest man- Ne'
rage nar, also grate care taken of the mor
lie rels and spellin. Also zarm-zinging, ]
lcan tachying the brass vial, and oil other ted
sorts of fancy work, squdils, pokers
and weazzles, and all country dances tort Na
arty at home and abroad at pefekshun. prf
Perfumery and snuff in all its
branches. As times is cruel bad, I
its begs to tell ee that I has just beginned St:
: it to sell all sorts of stashonary ware. sel
cox, hens, vouls, pigs and all other
kinds of poultry, Blackin-brishes, her
the rin, coles, scrubbing-brushes, tarykel sit
n of and godley bukes and bibles, mise
traps, brick-dist, wuiske-seeds, morrel
give pokkerankerchers. and all zorts of na
rage- swate-maits, including taters, sassages an
and other garden stuff, bakkv, zizars, w
lamp oyle, lay kittles and other intox- d
pub- szlgatin llkkers, a dale of fruit, hats,
z of zongs, hare oyle, pattulus, bukkits, grid
that in stones and bother sitables, corn t
and bunyou salve and all hardware.
bli- I as laid in a large azzortmnent oftrype,
ecure dog mate, lollipops, ginger bcer, br
this matches and other pikkcls, such as di
driha somi, salts, hoysters, winzzer sope,
anzetrar.-Old rage bort and zold
ough- here and nowhere else, nowlayde
dedly heggs by me Roger Giles, zinging a
burdes keoped, sich as howls, donkies,
Ltion. paykox, lobsters, crickets, also a stack
rence of a celebrated brayder.
they "P. 8.-I tayches geography, rlth
meticeowsticks. jimnastics and other
It re- Chyus'48 triaks."P-Newo York Tribune.
Sto "Either run a town with vim or
justsellout and leave it," says an ex
n th change. "Men who are all the time
Stat trying to get out of town will never
'd, build up the town or their own busi
t. ness. One of the two things must
wever, be done-run the town for all it is
d the worth, get up steam and keep it up, 4
o take or quit the whole thing, slide out and
ary to let nature take its course. Do you
want trade? Bid for it. Do you
want a prosperous town where people
ler, of can come who are disposed to make
,enator homues? Then do away with person
week, al feeling, bury from sight all spite
oanse work; work no more for a few indi
eplied: viduals, but all work together for a
about mutual benefit. Wake up, rub your
eyes; roll up your sleeves and go to
ill be work. Don't work with fear and
Sp trembling, but take it for granted
& that blood will tell. Leave results
and we with themselves; borrow no trouble,
oyll but all ucite to make the biggest
ae kind of a city.'
We understand the Providence
LumberCompany contemplates put
Dam ting up a cotton gia next year in the
lemages WHnterOeld; they have the boiler,
for , the engIue atd lumber, and would have to
1retios. buy palybthe stands. It would be a
rs tihat great accommodation to the poop.e in
al ie that nehghborhood.
thbed thre .- ------
It ed b - MaRne cait be beat on prices and
Are so cheap now, that they are within
the reach of every person. Don't you
want one to cover the worn-out carpet
or matting before your fire places ? Can
show you a nice variety at remarkably
27 Inches Long by 15 Inches Wide, ............ $
32 Inches Long by 18 Inches Wide,................
,n ....... 1.50.
42 Inches Long by 21 Inches Wide, ............... .50.
ry 54 Inches Long by 26 Inches Wide, .....2.........
at 60 Inches Long by 30 Inches Wide, ................
ng 72 Inches Long by 36 Inches Wide, ................
60 Inches Long by 27 Inches Wide, ...............85cts
lark W. N. WHITE, Agt.
Over one half of the money that
takes to run this government goes ic s
to pay pensioners. are
Gen. Grant's famous remarks are
about the Democrats, are appropri- has
ate just about now. be
One million dollars in gold was are
withdrawn from the sub-treasury in fo
New York for export on Wednesday. It
President Cleveland has designa- the
ted Thursday, the 28th, as the
National day of thanksgiving and wr
Mr. John D. Rockerfeller, of the he
I Standard Oil Co., has given over th
- seven millions of dollars towards the wl
' endowment of the Chicago Univer- th
1 sity. at
Hardin and Blackburn were nomi- la
, nated on a sound money platform, R
a and afterwards repudiated it. What t1
r, was the consequences? They were is
e defeated as they should have been.
- The latest report of the Agricul
n tural Department says that the cot- 0
ton crop will not exceed 6,500,000
r, bales. Still the prices are kept
5' down by the speculators, and futures I
also keep tumbling.
le The elections on the 5th do not
Ig affect the present membership of the
c United States Senate. Brice of Ohio, 1
Gibson of Maryland, and Blackburn
h- of Kentucky, will remain in the Sen- 1
er ate until March 4, 1897.
The Ohio Masonic home was dedi
cated last week at Springfield. The
or building cost $150,000. This grand
me edifice will furnish a home for the
ver destitute and homeless members of
er the Masonic order as well as the or
ust phans and widows of Masons.
is Bob Ingersoll once said that when
ever Kentucky went Republican, he
,nd would believe in the Bible. What
vou will he say now? One thing is cer
on tain, that before he is placed in his
ple box for his happy hunting ground,
ake he will come around hke all the rest
on- of the cranks who have gone before
adi- The Governor of Georgia, urges,
ar a in his message to the Legislature,
'our that a law be passed giving the fami
to ly of a person taken from officers
and and lynched, the right to sue the
Ited county for the full value of his life.
ults He also asks that the Governor be
ble, authorized to remove from office 'he
gest man from whose custody he was
iene LaleB' &U2?UltU
put- Mrs. L. E. (Grdham has made prepars
tions to entertain ladles at the Lake Viel
the Pestaurant during the tall and winter sea
uler, son. Oysters are kept on hand all the time
and can be served in say style. Sh
ye to respeetuliy solicits the patronage of th
be a public.
It is said that the lose to Indians
farmers from hog cholera and swine
and plague this year, will probably ex
The Greene county (Miss.) Graph- don
ic says "the poorest girl in the world and
are those not taught to work. There Cim
are thousands of them. Rich parents Ati
have petted them, and they have Pen
been taught to despise labor and to Flo
depend upon others for a living, and del
are perfectly helpless. The most Bui
forlorn women belong to that class. Pl
It is a duty of parents to protect Spi
their daughters from this deplorable dui
condition. They do them a great S
wrong if they neglect it. Every t
daughter should be taught to earn
e her own living; the rich as well as JA
the poor require training. The
wheel of fortune rolls swiftly around; 0C.
the rich are likely to become poor
and the poor rich. Skill, added to
labor, is no disadvantage to the poor.
o, Well-to do parents must educate
at their daughters to work; no reform *2
re is more imperative than this." se
il- An exchange says it pays to keep
on the right side of newspaper men.
0 Every newspaper treasures up in its
memory the names of its friends and
es looks an opportunity to asist the a,
foimer but never goes out of the d
Lot way to aid the latter. Human
nature is the same everywhere.
he People who show a newspaperman
o, kindness never make a better invest
rnmenet, or one that more surely repays
en- them an hundred fold sooner or -
later. As has been truly said:
,"There occasionally comes a time a
in the life of every man Iwhen a
he word said by a newspaper either
tnd makes or unmakes the individual
the mentioned." The man who says he .
does not care what the papers says
of him lacks truthfully of intelli
The delinquent tax list of movable
he property, published in the Iberville
(rht (Plaqumine) South, is over two col
his Below we give the names of those
nd, who compose the Senatorial, Judicial
restand Parish Executive Committees:
gENATORIAL EL. CoxM1rrTm .
fore East carroll-.au. Beard, Chairman; and W.
Macdson-W. H. Harvey, J. T. McClellan and
Geo. W. sevier.
ages, JUnIrnIA.l. comrrrn=.
tre, ua croll--Ja . Beard and W. C. McRe.
Madion--Jeff. B. Snyder, J. T. MeClelhm and,
ami- T. P. Broadus.
rPAaS zzx. cO~LErPrs.
Robt. Nicholon,..................... t Ward
the c. s. wyly, Seereary. ........... ...... . "
Jas. Berd, Chairmnan. .. . d ..
life. i.N -q eam . .... .. ....4th
Oeo. F. BlaCkbrn ..................... h "
r be . E.Dunn ......................At Large
ac McGuire .... .......
B st wVMre .e...................
Yancey Bell .................
e:r rea-ea a
s ti ne s
yiar cx- ep.'U r'tv t l nar4_
sameeia3.S. gb itOu wanati. oad
IBIO > S5aanUa.
but nowhere can they lake somach Ws ta
SrovIsion and Stock.
timge can be made b OUat
$1 tlo lan of 852Ion,
o I i rt byur. A s uessnsl seCn u at opr n a regular system.ches .
oIt nsalea cthab those wb nake the largest pro., S n ke rs sh ro
oh this plan an who live from Chg nv
RITE OONI.N.CIP.. . RO a our Msna.O n sucee. u saMe a.. .
our Daily Market Report, full of rt noney s poim th st arra e gezsS
margin o thera ingfoul. ih est references in b gard to our standing and s bcce oy.
TIOi &S & 00C., Bankers anM Broke0,
241-242 tialto Balon ing, bhioago, l.
e IeOVIDEeN OE
LI VERl,5Y STA:BLA,
We are prepared to furnish the traveling public with the best Carrmla i
Buggies and Saddle Horses.
. peoial ates t, C'omm zeroial =ez"
The Mutual Life Insurance Company,
Ti mlnte Cpym io tUe Qnitei
W1t, th0 LtLAOB, iT the !V,
. i oUp to December Slt, 1891, it had paid to it. policy holdier
P346,466,161.8, which is double the amount ever ad by auy other
POST & BOWLES GENERAL AGENTS FOW
Louisiana and MissisSippi. ew Orlean L.
-yancey oi11. L ooa1 L:&'1-.,
- - arT·
NORTH AND EAST.
If you have any Iutention of going sure
to the North and East this fall or Coon
winter, you should advise yourself of
the best route from the South and Cou
West. This is the Louisville and give
Nashville Railroad, which is running Sifb
double daily trains from New Orleans the
and Memphis through to Louisville, pI
Cincinnati, Nashville, Birmingham, for
1Atlanta, Montgomery, Thomasville, is.
e Pensacola, Jacksonville and all other Drt
o Florida poi uts; Washington, li'bla
I deiphia, New York, Chicago, Detroit
,t Buffaloand all points North and East Ne'
Pullman Sleeping Car Service through.
t Special low rates made to Atlanta
e during the continuance of the Cotton L
it States Exposition. For particulars as
to rates and through car service, write
T. H. KI1GSLEY, Tra. Pass. Ageat, Dallas. P
~s JO. ILEKNET, Dir. ',as. Agent, New de,
le Orlesans. La. p
I; C.P. A'RILOB, Ge'l Pass. Ageut, I sille col
to Fine Peekin Ducks-Per pair, $1.50; trio,
Pure Red Jersey Pigs, very fine, and will
sell very cheap. Call on me for prices.
Lake Providence, La.
its For Sale or Rent.
The Alpha Plantation in Buneh's Bend
is for rent for 1896. or for sale. Will also
the sell a Drug Stote outfit, a lot ot houshold
Lhe erniture and farming lmpliments. Ad-N
an dress Dr. B. W. BREAY,
re. tcher, .St. James, La.
Ct- Court Terms. a
idThe jury terms of the 7th Distrlect Court
are fixed for the firt Mondays In January
I and June.
n a The ciil terms are aied for the second
her Mondays In March and October.
ual MADISON- s
Jury terms to begin on 4th Mondays in
heJanuary and .lu. Civil terms to begin on
ys 1st Mondays in April and Novembel.
Jury terms to begin on 8rd Mondays in
Febuary and JUly. Civil terms to bes on
4th Mondays in April and November.
able By order of his Honor, F. F Montgomery.
Judge 7th District Coart p g, Clerk.
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er Drug Store. Large size 60c. and $1,00
at New Orleans, Late fort and the Bend
b. Freight and Passenger Steamer
T. P. LEATHERS.
to F. C. Leathers, Captain,
on L. E. Boulet, Clerk.
as Leaves New Orleans
its every Saturday at5 p.m.
passing Pr-vidence going up Tuesday
morning. Returning, passing Provi
ow dence going down the same evening.
This steamer reserves the right to
l pass all landings that the captain may
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a. RUSSIAN LINIMENT
sae e. l.wemseir m ba, eyss.e
*n PHIL MoGUIRE,
old Prop, Phl's Sal..,
Ad- No. s Levee street, 8 doors from corner
woL, linum ni s ima ,
and sole agent in Providence for the
celebrated brand of
Iourt I VE OAE W~RISE T, 10 TWKO OLD,
nary Made by the Live Oak Distillery of
cond Cincinnati, Ohio.
The purest Rye whiskey on tbe market,
and used by the U. S. government for
n on medical purposes.
Also Peobles OLD CABTNIT in cases, 10
nery. = I" BE low
At Any mis.
am. lne and improved method k.kee
VM making over 16 awards Amert e n"
ForelS Rxpositions. Bans AmaeM
and o orrthkd Saboels.
Boys lar mo ears renowned fot Its
AceoutflE, Pshctieal ssli
It elvmces no ebarlstaim, sar makss
ro Saline statements ang alluring e to
ttieeealv and dupe a u 4nsnap ] Msa·
a o. t bldeaas.
cormenrel Cnies Gutmtmet r
Write for TEIK Speciumea pars. ot Sees
Grest Work, 71 pp., on Book-hkeeplg.
Addreas: 00. SO.LiL A bOA. Pew eiasa.s
- JOHN WILLIAMS
se. Lake PrLvidenae - - .
Keeps on .~and a large assort.bent of
- B-tral Caksts, Niew, Flain and rIa
mt ntb t .\ lietallc ti'a( and Wooden
Co:ilns .Mad ancd 'I'ritrfned to Ordes
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