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. TI31E TABLE
HANNIBAL & ST. JO. R. R.
Showing leaving time ot nil trains
From CH1LLIC0 THE Station,
January, 1st, 1S7S.
Atlantic Ex. - - 9.-5J A. M.
Kan. City k N. Y. Ex. - 10-33 P. M.
Accommodation - - 1-25 P. M.
Pacific Ex. - - 4-27 A- M-
New York & K. C. Ex. - 5-53 P. M.
Accommodation - - 9-57 A- M.
For further inforinntion, apply 10
C. V. Gisiike, Agent.
Brunswick fc Chilliootlie
St. Louis, Council Bluffa &
Ne. i Leaves Clillllcotlie, 0 30a. m.
Cunningham, 7 44
11. 0. i O. Juuction, 8 45
Brunswick, 8 "S
K. 8 Leaves Chilllcothe, 1 80p.m.
Cunningham, 2 45
B. C. & O. Junction, 8 48
Brunswick, 4 00
Ke. 1 Leaves Brunswick, 6 ISp. m.
Arrives at B. ('. & Junction, li 28
Cunningham, 7 25
Chilllcothe, 8 40
Ho. Leaves Brunswick, 9 15a. m.
Arrive at C. B. & O. Junction. 9 25
Cunningham, 10 31
riilllkot he. 11 55
Hatch . I- Van Every, Lessees.
Chrlstlim Church, Pastor I10M
arvlc every 8'inriny 11 a. m. mid 7
p.m.; Sunday School 9 a. M.j l'ruyer
niietmK. WkIii- S'Uy - ninfj.
!. E ('liur.h Smi'li k.-v. I. II. Coop
er Pastor Horn services even Sunday a'
11 a. M., and 7 P. u.; Sunday School, 9
A. M.; Prayer meeting, Wednesday evuii
iey. Old School Presbyterian Hrv. Mr.
Plnkerton, 1'nstor Hold services evei v
Sui day at 11 ,t. M., and 7 r. M. ; Sunday
School. 9 A. M. i Pruyur im etlug Wednes
M. E. Church llev. W. II. Welton,
Pxsior Hold services every Sunday at
11 A. M., and 7 r M . ; Sumlay School,
I A. M.; Prayer meeting Wednesday
Baptist Church Rev. Mr. Phelps, Fas
lor Hold services every Sunday at 11a
m., and 7 p.m.; Sutiduy School at 9 A,
M.; Prayer meeting Wednesday even
ing. Episcopalian Itev. Mr. Wattcrman,
Pastor Hold s rvfc every Sunday at
II A. M., and 7 P. M.; Sumlay School 9
A. m.j Prayer niccthig Wednesday ev
hO DOM DMEVTOlir.
Friendship Lodge, No. 89, A. F. and
A. M.i meets at Masonic Hull, over
Hoppe & Son's, east side of square, the
first and third Saturdays in each month.
J. E. Cadli, W. M.; W. W. Thornton,
Chilllcothe Lodge, No. 333, A. F. and
A. M.( meets at Masonic Hall the secoud
ml fourth Saturdays in each month. J.
Toi'PUss, YV. M W. 11. Mead, ec-
"My. . .
Lone Star Chapter, No. 30, Koyal Arch
Masons, meets at Masonic Hall the first
nd third Thursdays. J. E. Cadle, II.
P.j J. R. Middlctou, Secretary.
Chlllicotho Chapter, No. 113, O. E. S.
meets at Masonic Hall the first and third
Thursdays. R. F, Dunn, W. P.j Mrs.
Lu. P. Greene, W. M.j W. II. Mead,
u the t rut
Ctioitl'n 1'eOriiife is notaounucea
for all the Ills to which flesh is heir. We
do not profess to have discovered a cukk-
ALL, but we confidently recommend It to
jouasaBiire, safe and speedy cure tor
all diseases arising from Malaria. In this
class ot diseases It is a specific ; it enters
the circulations and utterly destroys the
eerms of the poison: It will purity nnd
build up the debilitated system In a short
er time, and with more lasting bencfi'
than any other known lemedy.
J. C. RiciiAitDsoN,"t'rop'r,
For sale by all druggists. n25-4t.
Caiman's lineal World,
The first number of the thirtieth year
f this Agricultural weekly ts before us,
looking bright and neat as a new half
dollar. It Is filled with just such practl
al knowledge a ftirmajs, stock men
and fruit growers most need. A great
many valuable premiums of fine stock
for clubs aru offered. Terms, 82 00 a
year, or $1 00 for six months. Sample
copies free. Address Norman J. Col
man, Publisher, St. Louis, Mo.
We will sell until further notic e, No. 1
Hedge at 81 50 per 1000; No. 3 Hedge
75 cents per loco. All other nursery
stock low. Harper & Ingram,
nji-tf Successors to Stone & Harper.
Corresponoknck We Invite corres
pondence on all subjects and from all
quarters. Not holding fturselves respon
sible for the opinions of correspondents,
and reserving the right" to differ there
from, we shall extend to our contributors
the largest liberty consistent with propri
ety and good morals.
Don't forget us.
This is St. Valentine's Day.
Cicruit court Is still in session.
'"Say, boss, Isdisyoa ash barrel?"
l)n you belong to tlio Murphies?
Tho price of bluo ribbon is ris
ing. We are expecting every minute to be
Mr. John Giltner made an assignment
Plenty of eggs in the market at ten
cents per dozen.
A great deal of snow fell last week,
but it did not last long,
No service was held at the Christian
Church last Sunday evening.
Pneumonia is quite prevalent
in some purls of tho Siato.
California Minstrels, Citj' Hull,
Monday night, February 18.
Mr. Wm. A. Lane, of Sullivan coun
ty, was In our city a day or two tills week.
Union prayer meeting was held at the
M. E. Church South, last Monday even
ing. C, II. Thompson, of Harrison county,
has been in the city this week, attending
' Butter is selling at retail for :o cents
per pound. There is not much in the
Bishop Bowman lectured In this city
at the First M. E. Church, last Friday
T. II. Kemp left last Sunday morn
ing for Kansas City, lie returned yes
Rev. Mr. Felts had a large audience
last Sunday evening to hear him discourse
on the subject of dancing.
Messrs. John Burton and John Sclbv
left for St. Joseph last Saturday night.
They returned Sunday night.
A big Greenback Club was organized
in Chariton county last week. And stili
the play is not played out.
Miss Cappie Allen, one of Gal'atin's
charming young belles, is in the city vis
iting friends and relations.
Go to Mrs. S. J. Davis' when you
want the latest styles in millinery. Ev
erything here is first class.
Mrs. S. J. Davis has just received a
new stock of notions, which she invites
her patrons to call and examine.
The first sleighing of the season was
indulged in last Monday by a solitary one
horsv rig. Now we can die happy.
Frank Green, of Shoal Creek, gave
us a pleasant rail lust Tuesday. Frank is
one of the solid men of old Livingston.
Rynex & Brother closed their grocery
store last week. They turned their stock
over to their creditors. Tones are li aid.
Pottle & McLain closed their gro
cery stoiv last week and made an assign
ment. We didn't learn who was the as
signee. Don't forget to sec TiiTcc &.
Jieehncr in lliier great acrolmlic
song and dunce, with the California
Mr. Willis Griffin returned last Tues
day from a week's trip to Springhill and
vicinity. He reports the roads in a terri
Although the weather has been very
unfavorable this winter for the business,
Mr. Carney has packed a great deal of
pork this season.
Don't forget the Democratic Con
vention which is to meet at the Court
house next Saturday, February 16. Come
if it is possible..
J. E. Ilaynes, of Utica, who is now
"sticking type" in St. Joseph, gave us a
pleasant call last Monday. He was at
tending circuit court.
If the roads continue to improve in
the future as they have in the past, we
would advise the people to lay aside their
wagons and build boats.
Robt. Yates, son ot T. B. Yates ot
.H...: :: .,,, Ma..
"'"""'" -'" "-"-a
'1 m ir is ton's oiu sianunnu-i'rumiu.
Chilllcothe is Bob's old stamping-ground,
and he will come back some times.
Some of our small boys made a snow
man last Tuesday, and called him Fran
cis Murphy. There Is 110 doubt but what
there was plenty of water about him.
The Sullivan Standard had six pages
filled with back tax orders of publication.
The collector of Sullivan county is com
ing down on its delinquents with a
The Hannibal and St. Joseph Rail
road company are building a new bridge
over Medicine Creek. That's business.
That road will stand a good deal of Im
Pierce, Smith, Cloudas, Robin
son, Drake Bros., Beehmer Wren.,
and others with tho California Min
strols. Go and hco them at the Hull
next Moirluy night.
The Moorcsville Dancing Club give
a grand Valentine Ball this evening. We
notice that Wm. Browning ot this city, is
one of the floor managers. Ah, Billions,
you are a good one .
Charlie Van's Dancing Club will give
a grand Valentine Ball at the Choral Hall
to-morrow (Friday) evening. A number
of invitations have been issued. A good
time Is expected.
Fomeroy s Democrat comes t us
this week with a flaming bran new head
It Is now called Pomery's Illustrated
Democrat. Brick gets out one of the
best weekly papers in the United States.
He has a good many subscribers In this
Read the new double column adver
tisement of Geo. G. Jucoby, on this page.
He offers to sell elegant jewelry at prices
that defy competition.
Our thanks are due Chas. G. Van for
an Invitation to the Valentine Ball to
morrow (Friday) evening, given under
the auspices of the Young People's Dan
Wo notice K0010 of our exchang
es, are talking about there being
a number of blue birds in llie:r
neighborhood. No blue bir Is here,
but plenty of blue ribbon.
A first-cliiss sewing machine for
sale at this office, cheap for cash.
Call early, or you will miss a rare
chance. Wo mean business, and
don't you forget it.
B. F. Berry sold last week for
Wm. G. Coflin of Leavenworth,
Kansas, 90 acres of improved land
Ion prinliill road, to John 11. Ab-
shire. Consideration, $2,000 cash.
Mr. Jas. Blair, of Texas, Is in '.lie city
visiting the family of A.J. Swain. He
was formerly a resident of this place, and
is well known to all the boys here, who
are glad to welcome him back.
Charley Martine informs us that he
has succeeded in his task of eating thiriy
quails in thirty consecutive days, and
won tiie wager which was a five dollar
Brown & Tatt have closed their es
tablishment and made an assignment.
J. R. Middlctou iias been appointed
signcc. Mr. Middlctou has appointed
Mr. Willis Griffin, so we understand, to
take charge of the store.
Dan. Creamer, the day opeiatcr at
the Hannibal & St, Joseph Depot, intends
making a trip through Arkansas and Ten
nessee. Dan says he will be absent five
or six weeks . A pleasant lime to you .
jr-Vour houses have closed up and made
assignments in tins city tins winter, it is
all on account of the terrible hard times.
In all probability a tew more will collapse
before the opening of the spring trade.
,iul still the people are not satisfied.
E. A. Booth's Dramatic Troupe
gave a performance at the Hull yes
terday evening. Ills 11 good com
pany, but owing to tho inclement
weather and poor advertising their
audience was rather slim.
B. F. Berry sold yesterday for
Mr. John Gun; nino acres of im
proved land, west of the ctt)', and
near Judge Clark's residence, to
Mr. Christopher B. Skiers of West
Virginia. Consideration, SHOO.
Mr. John Harper, of Utica, one of
the oldest and most respectable citizens
of that place, gave us a pleasant call last
Saturday, and left with us a remembrance
in the shape of $1.50. Call again, Mr.
Marian Berry has moved Ills photo
graph gallery to KninswiCA, where lie
will doubtless meet with en -' icialue suc
cess, i s il is the only gallery in the pl.ice.
Mr. Berry i a first class artist, and ue
clieertully recommend him 10 the good
people of Brunswick as such,
The Atlas map ot Livingston county
was delivered to the subscribers last week.
The price ot the map is ten dollars, but
we will venture to say there is not one
subscriber out of ten but who would take
five dollars for his map. The map is a
fraud at least that is the opinion of a
majority of those who have seen it.
Our enterprising merchant, S. llan
auer, has established a branch store at
Hamilton, Missouri. The old gentleman
and Cross Beaslcy have taken charge of
the branch store, Sam. and Louis llan
auer, and Barney Minteer, remain here.
Success to the enterprise.
All should go to the Hull Sat
urday evening, Feb. Id, and see
I he boss Tom perance drama perform
ed. It is better than a leeturo from
Goff, Boss, Murphy, or any lecturer
in the United Stales. Admission,
! 25 and 35 cents. Proceeds to be
used in tho cause of temperance
The man who wrote the following
ought to come to our town j here he is
sure to find what he craves so much :
"Oh could there in this world be found
Some little spot of happy ground
Where vilagc pleasures might go round,
Without the village tattling
I low doubly sweet that spot would be
When all might dw"ll in liberty,
Free from bitter misery
Of gossips endless piatling! "
Homer Osborn, a dashing young
gent of Gallatin, was In the city several
days last week. From the numerous In
quiries and notes he sent to parties here,
we judge he must have been on the track
of a cetain young lady. We are sorry to
learn that he had to go back without ac
complishing the object of his visit. Hom
er is a nice, clever young man, but he
should fight shy of the Chilllcothe boys,
for if there is anything they do like It is
oysters, In any style.
Some tellow walked into Swartz's
confectionery store last Saturday evening
and informed Mr. S. that he owed him
fifteen cents, and produced a five dollar
bill with which to liquidate the supposed
debt. Mr. Swartz took the bill and gave
the stranger his change $4.85. About
five minutes after, Mr. Swartz discovered
that the rascal had palmed off a counter
feit on him. He put the police on the
sharper's track, but it was of no avail, he
A protracted meeting Is In progress
at theTenth Street Methodist Church, on
South Tenth street, under the charge of
Rev. W. E. Dockerv. It will be contin
ued for a number of days. Mr Dockerv
ts an eloquent and feeling speaker, pre
senting the truths of the gospel In a nat
ural and touching manner. We wish him
success in his meetings St. Joseph Ga-
Mr. Dockery was stationed at this place
several years, and It well known to our
Scott Mvers, the tall sycamore of
Grand River Valley, addressed the tem
perance meeting at the City Hall last
Monday evening. No doubt Scott's sten
torian voice and his earnest pleadings In
behalf of the cause of temperance, will be
the means of bringing many a poor devil
The meeting of theMurphyites at ihe
City l'aii last Monday evening was wtli
attend id; but there were very few signers.
Colonel Waters of fefterson City addressed
the meeting, followed by Scott Myers and
or two others. Our citizens are taking
great interest in this movement. The
list of signers now number nearly one
thousand. Let the good work go on
anything to abolish the curse of drunken
ness from our land.
Editor Crisis: Please insert the tot
I am authorized by the Independent
Greenback Club of Chillicothe, to stale
to the public that the call headed "Dem
ocratic and Greenback Mass Meeting,"
to be held Saturday, February 16, 1S7S,
at the Court room In Chillicothe, is a
rUAfD; done without the consent, knowl
edge or indorsement of tho Independent
Greenback party. John L.Jouxson,
There was another shooting match In
this city last Monday; this time by
George Manning and Thornt Myers,
which resulted In a victory for the form
er. They sh it at glass balls. The score
is as follows:
I 1 10 I I t I OoO t I O ; I 1 I I O I I I O I
IOOIOIOI IOIOOII I 1001 I 1 IO I
Also, the next day, the same parties
shot at twenty bails each, George Man
ning being the victor again. The follow
ing is the score :
11 1 i t 1 1 1010101 1 1 1 1 1 i 17
Ralph Lane, who has been in the
Black Hills several months, endeavoring
to recruit his failing health, returned to
this city last Monday. He left the next
morning for his home in Sullivan county.
Seeontl Quarterly Meeting.
Breckcnridgc circuit, Mooresville, Feb
ruary 16 and 17.
Bedford circuit, at Grace Church, Feb
ruary 23 and 24.
Chillicothe station, March 2 and 3.
Chillicothe circuit, at Pleasant Grove
Church, March 9 and 10.
J. P. Nolan, P. E.
The Agency of improved and un
improved land in town or country.
I mean business. B. F. Bekrv.
Lady Agents !
$50 to 8100 per Week !
MA DM EASY. ANY TjVTJV
Most i ipl Jly sel1 :uj ar irlc for iiinr
lied or single ladies' ue.
Aj Female utn do tcilhout them
(10UN TV AND STATE KIGHTS KHUE.
I.ady Aijentx ltrmiteil ICeeriirhert
Bandanah Manufacturing Co.
If you art' ntiKiom to be swindled, scan
the itbove advertisement of The Ilamlah
Maiiutactoiiiig Co., and then remit tl.em
money, and if you ever hear from tlicm
notify us and we will give them credit on
our books for the amount you and they
are out for stamps. We know them;
they are the worst set of low down, dirty
swindlers in existence, and should be ad
vertised as ruch, far and near.
Ml'M'IRIC- Al his r.-si.L'ni-f. nn MVh.
stcr street, l'hursilav. February 7. 1S7S. of
consumption, Mr. Kdwaro McGlikh.
He was buried last Saturday.
WHEREAS, SallieJ. McMride.md John
A. Mcliride, her husband, bv their deel
of trust, dated the 21st day of May, 1S77,
and recorded in the Recorder's otlice of
Livingston county, Missouri, in deed ot
trust book, No. i.", page 52, did convey to
to the undcrisgned the following describ
ed real estate, situate in suid Livingston
county to-wit :
A part of block No. sixteen (16) in
Graves' and Lceper's addition to the city
of Chillicothe, in said county, bounded
as follows: Iteginning at the north-west
corner of said block sixteen (16), thence
castseventy-five feet (75) thence south one
hundred and twelve teet(iu), thence west
seventy-fivii feet (75), thence north one
hundred and twelve feet (112) to the
place of beginning, in trust to secure the
payment of to certain promissory notes,
in said deed described ; und whereas, de
fault has been made in the payment of
said notes, and the same is past due and
remains unpaid. Now, therefore, I, the
undersigned trustee, by virtue and au
thority of the Dower and nuthm-itv in me
vested by said deed, and at the request of
the legal noiuer ot saia notes, 1 will on
THURSDAY, February 28, 187S,
Between the hours of nine o'clock In the
forenoon und live o'clock in the atternoon
ot that day, at the Court house door, in
the city ot Cliillicotbe, Livingston coun
ty, Missouri, sell at public vendue, the
above described premises, to the highest
bidder tor cash lu hand, to pay said notes
and the costs and expenses of executing
this trust. w. L. a AM be, 1,,
n24 3t TruelK.
I. T. EVANS,
CHAMPION BARBER AND
Under the Browning House.
FALL AND WINTER
MRS. S, J. BAVIS
HAS JUST RECEIVED A SPLENDID STOCK OF
ALL TH3 LATEST AND BEST FALL AND WINTER
MATS, BONNETS, FLOWERS. RIBBONS, TRIM
MINGS. &C; &o-, &c
All JUST PURCHASED in Chicago after a personal examination of
the mai keis, ami which cannot tail to pleaso all desiring seasonable goods
at reasonable prices, ill's. J)uvis has secured the services of
MISS MATT- PAGE,
who will bo ploanod to seo all her old frionds.
Xorlh Locust adjoining AVigcly Building,
$5.00 WOETH OF JEWELS TOR $1,00,
To (Increase tii imm-im! stm-l; wh cli U lirft on my h.itul, owing tn the dull tr.ulc List fall, and
ot.. introduce in every town of the U S, my complete ctul'iic of iutfcs, containing hundreds
' iltii-tntions of l.ucii stylus Jnw- Irv, ;int cverv w.uch known in tins lountry, .it jirn:ot never
jflcrcd before, I will mmhI, on rei-':pt u. ON K DDLLAIt hy mail, uost p.iul, the above u.tmutl
Catalogue, together with the gr.iml
ROYAL GULDEN CASKET.
I Or.md Rr m;in Ncti Chain.
t.ocki't set with Cmio.
I I,, (lies Set, Pin nut Kirrings.
I Scarf T'in et with diner.,
i (j) Spiral Ei'yr.ivcd Studs
All tic jihove arti'les warranted ti he rf t 1net (H'l pint, and are put tip in a Mmrri
CV';M. s.i'tsCii -tt n uii.ujiiieed or in. .ucy relumed. FIVIC ceaket-. cut j teueiiu of J'OV It
i .1. .; ' ddrus- ordoi,
CEO. G. JACOB Y, 1S(J State St., Chicn-o, 111.
Prices Lower than Ever Esta.
PIANOS FROM $220 TO $700
ORGANS FROM $33 T3 $400
AH .nriruuitott new unA fully wurrttnUsi for all
Sand for IUirttrtl Catftlugiifl nd prise Hit
CORNISH & CO.,
Washington, N. J.
CURRIN & WILSON
PaOMfLT AND CORRECTLY FILLED
Full and complete stock of
DllUGS, MEDW1SES, LA
DIES' FANCY AA'D
And everything kept In a first class
CALL AND SEE US.
f JV" Operators, SdroolTwehan,
DONE TO ORDER.
i (Irittid Colhir liutlon.
t Iiir fa) engraved Sleeve Buttons.
l Hnautiful .V.il Kim;.
I l ine Uand King.
jijipfyfo ttfictiifof of' th in paprr
for half iH4'Htlti:rhiit(ut tlLsrottitt)
in lUuflhs fi real Mercantile Col"
ley, Keokuk lotra,on the Miss
issippi, HookkevpvvH, Jwmrnt
Hcportvi'St Operators and Teach
ers 1ioi'oaghtf fitted, Don't fail
to address lroj Mtltcr, Keokuk,
tfc fJfJ is not easily earned in
VL tl en limn, lmt it rmi Im iniule
fl III i 1 n uutlw by any op o
N' eitlicrs'x,l iirij pari ot ihetoim
try w1'i li will a ti wt.rk Ntcatlily at Ihe eiiilo.t
HiMit llml f iurniih. fti6 per Wc.-k in your -w
tew ii. Vo t iipcii nut ho iiwiiv Irnin homo ovnr tiifih
You rati it v ur wlmlc timn t tlie work, r I
j our f 1'iito out. nn, Vi liitve H!inti nrv nmk
hff - ver fM -er ituy A II lii fiio hi ciick cm
ii i ii lie money I'nsl. At tin nt iim roimy can
not bonni'l" mo vittily inl mpnllv at nn,v otlu-r liui
n It msti not In to try t!i bimir-M. Terms
ami J.1 Qi tflt fr't. iMlilrenH at once, II. Mali.kit
dinl Co,, Vrtl!iiil, Maine. nrt-ly
A. S. CLOUD, M. D.
rursiciAS asd svhgeos,
OFFICE ON TUB NOKTH SIDE OF SQUAI1K.
Respectfully tenders his servicet to the
people of Chilllcothe and vicinity,
rrouipt attention yiven to calls, day or
night. nl ly.
Medicines and Chemicals,
PAINTS. OILS AND VARNISHES-
Glass, Putty, fc,
FUEE WIJXES AND LIQUORS
For Medicinal Use-
DYE WOODS AND DYE
Medicines warranted gcnulm-, and of
the best quality. Customers Trill find
our stock complete, comprising many
articles it is imuossible here to enumer
ate, and all sold at moderate priciB.
T. II. KEMP. FRANKLIN HENRY.
KEMP & HENRY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
And Real Estate and Collecting Agent,
Will practice low In alt the Courts of
Livingston and adjoining counties, and
Bell, exchange or rent real estate and at
tend promptly to settlement of estates,
and to collections of accounts and claims
of all kinds.
East Side Square, Over Willams'
Enal to Any. EeMjM
Taylor & Farley
TEUDuruclurrd M WentJ.cr, Ian;
VZ IStfXSVJMKTS of my v.:lue may be founrf
in these iiiMrumcnta, nm! thy conttb iniiiy
1TCT JlC:!j) in ottirr Organi.
A kiting to produce work which shall he
Ctr;ib!t)f we will net sacrifice thnt which
Is rv)t Booitt, nnd yet Is vital to n perfect
Orsnn. In order to make a more tanoy
We nrc still eiubled tn ptwjjt u
Stvli:!.. jiiiil Ajijtrojtrlalo ('uses
m cm he f.Mtw! xr. the market, with a finish which U
fist Oqcfclioi Ly sry.
A3 REGARDS TONE,
WAS GHANrrO LY THB
CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION COMMISSIONERS:
" ForArrcmer In MVrk'iunihlp, Fvfitpm. MUTT an
ItKll.l.mn W TSF, nnifurnitT In Porr imt Ctncrul
ntmij in l!uii!eal nliuuce fur thepQipows iiiU-udc4.'
Do not foil to make npntkntinn and
EXAMINE THE 822 IW3TRXJME3TT8
Ilcfore I 'urchins.
Catalogue! free, on application to the
Taylor & Farley Organ Co.'
WORCESTER, MASS. "
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quiring trfatinnit wltli nHvoll' lnunn itj bNirrl, call or writ E
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MAEEIAGE &UIDE SZEttsrjtSi
md miiai oi b-'th Pirt, on all !Ii-um ftf pHvata nalura.
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I. W. SULLIVAN Preseriptionist
VI CLE. EVE, SUJIGEOy,
Gate City Tlosiiital, Atlanta,
Certificates from State Medical Exsm
inina Board and o'.hcrs with whom he
Ocer Twenty Years Experience in
Employed by F. J. Williams, East Side
Drua Store. Call to see him with pre
scriptions, which will he accurately cjin
pcuiulil, according to latest science.
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P-Totcd to thf flo-id, th T-it" nA thn PoMiitifnl (q
lloiiiu hiiI tfi't ii-l l.'T , Two r'trml MmiM w tit li
-i.ii.iiii'titicil in Jtmiiry :u m l-t-r. 0 ly tht
rlmi'ti iik ivfi!'', Vnniiii V. 'J 0Wiii hI, or 1 1 1 l.-d
THE WORD OF A WOMAN,
tun I HftW 8bo Kupl It. Ati.I tli4 o hir, a tender
lnvf ftlnrv hv T. ft Ai tlmr, rnt li-il
KI3 DEAR LITTLE WIFE,
UuttPHck n i) went Putt i ns for LudUa' ttaj CUil
ihun'd Ihf.scs id or cry niiitibnr.
Twrim, i'L:" k vo .r: CIuIh tit liwr rates. fpi
niiu Nuaiior, 10 rent.
T. S. ARTtll'R Si SON,
Ph 1 LADKLril I A.
"The Family Favorita"
New Model Machine.
No Glttars, No Oanii, No Springs
HEW A5D 8TTLES OF WOOBWORL
By tho ciplratlon of PttUnta under which wo h&n
IWn paying royaltloi, wo aro enabled to aeU our W
Qrsatly Reduced Prices,
sod m low ss tbnsn of anj ftratlait macbtos.
SEND FOR CIRCULARS AND PRICE LISTS.
WEED SEWft HACKJS CO.,
203 Wsbash As., CMcsgo, III,
IXB SALS BY
QUIXCV MUSIC HOUSE!
To be in Accord with Ihe Times,
Remarkably Low Prices !
q 1-3 Octave Upright l'ianos for $no
6 " " " ' aoo
7 1-3 " " " " 300
7 " Square " " 250
7 :-3 ' " Best " 325
6 Stops, $100. 7 Stops, 8111 50. 8 Stops,
$i2s- 9Stops, $135. 10 Slope, $130.
11 Stops $165. 11 Sfops, $180.
13 Stops, $200.
Secondhand Organs at $ Co to $75. Cheap
1- 1 - I?. 1.. . it
r.asicru niuKes, 7 oiupn, imib .hic, j.
Sheet Music at One Fifth Price.
In ord'T to reduce my surplus stocky
and to work off such pieces as are slight
ly soiled, or shelf worr., 1 will make tue
folowing liberal offers':
For $1 10, Cash with order, I will send
music of my own n lection, vocal or in
strumental, easy ordillicult, as desired,
to the amount of $5 00. Or for 60 ccnls
1 will sei.d music of the value of $1 50,
Post-paid for Cash with
This is an unprecedtnted opportunity
to get a supplr of good music at a nomi
nal price. Teachers especially should
take advantage of It. Add-ess
18 Fourth Sr., Quincy, III.
oyA full line of Musical Goods of
every description always on hand, a