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22 Jan 1881

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22 Jan 1881

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Bloomington Courier (Newspaper) - January 22, 1881, Bloomington, Indiana It or %. 1 a 1 a a a it a l Ai 1 �0 f a Voi. Vi4 �8j4t so Ujj i it 4 i a i the v a 1 a i Ftp f a. 1 a to ? j a 1 Indiana Siti my i a Lute 22, Fissel saw a i a a i i Quot a W. A . Timid . Not Pitit. 11 5 4 05 p. Lev press _ 4 55 throw pfc freight 7 25 a of vm1 wave a s >5 As Louisville a leavcs5 20ta. M. not True that Joe Alexander mourns because leap year has passed that major Mulky was a candidate for an if fico in the state Senate that the clerks at the acc hive Are All engaged to be married that nearly nil of the Bloomington Belles Wear from no. 4 100 arrives at 9�15 p. In. Allt Cheli time table. Ool>0 West. A. Day express night sex pro a. Express local freight go hid East. Day express night sex pro a express \ re local freight 12 02 r. M. 11 48 p m a 1 00 a m 11 00 a 2 f>5 p. M. 2 39 a. M. 3 34 p Ai l 45t Railroad. Job mig1�oa its for j to no. 7 shoos that Billy Moore of the Postof lice licks Stamps for All the pretty girls that Bob Foster has his Eye on the county auditors office that Ike Walker is Hunting a wife that several More newspapers can flourish in Bloomington that Sam Wallingford is still making Greenback speeches that All arc heathens who live at hindus to a that there arc two More enterprising Young men than i Iowa Ryors and George Bollenbacher that All the sold lots Inutile City cemetery arc paid for that the gos sipers All swore off on the first of january that women always scream at the and the great West should tickets by the Ohio amp Mississippi a Elway. Lowest rates for tickets household goods Stock Etc. Ail passengers carried to St. Louis Union depot. No Midnight changes by this route. For full information sight of a Little mouse and arc Brave before a great. Big Man that the stores of the men who do not advertise Are Good places to hold funerals. A we need another instalment of a the Beautiful to make Good Sleigh ing. Such As maps time tables rates on passengers and freight apply to station this company or Call on or address j. S. Mills general emigration agent ? Seymour ind. Our work cute our reference. Uve ing a i and i�kfa1k shop a a i r a 3 a a we and repair Buggi s and wagons. Ail work done client and warranted to give satisfaction. A a horse shoeing a have plenty of Yang room and1 water a for Slock. A Gilmore Brothers Madison St West of the Railroad. Sous hews. A the City band boys will probably give us a minstrel entertainment next month. A Wylie Woodburn formerly Oft is place is now half owner of the Wil mar Minnesota. Press. A Albers Whisenand a and mrs. Elizabeth Parks were married by Squire Tate last week. A Charles Swearengin was robbed of $75 and a revolver attending a a. A dance recently in this City. A the Money received for liquor License in this county amounts to 124 cents for each school child in the county. A a a this week butter dropped from 20 to 15 cents per Pound and milk went up from 20 to so cents per Why is this thus a the room acc Nelly occupied by Geiger As a Saloon next door to Dunn a has been vacated and the drinks that knew it once will know it no More. A they Are turning out 150 plows a week at the Seward foundry not half enough to Supply the demand. An addition will be the Bush a ing in the Spring. A the Gilmore Brothers arc enterprising Young men Well worthy of the Confidence and support of the Public see their new advertisement at the head of the first Colum of this Page and give them a trial. A Dunn it pc co buy from 50 to sacks of Coffee at a time. A it was easier to skate than walk last tuesday7 when it rained with the Mercury about j5 above Zero. A Rev j. W. W fibs subject at the Colleg Avenue m. K Church next sunday night will am a a reasons la or believing the a Monroe county s candidates for legislative appointments were All disappointed. There was nothing left after Putman county got its fill. A the ice crop being so Large next summer we will be enabled to get up a skating rink with a surface made of the Simon pure congealed Aqua. A or. Buskirk 1ms introduced a Bill in the legislature providing that township trustees must not be residents of incorporated towns or cities a a Good counterfeit presentment of gov Dunning May be found among the portraits of Indiana sex governors in the state Library room at Indianapolis. A the petition to reprieve Bent amp Lee Jones failed to meet the favor of gov. Gray. It remains to be seen a a h a 1c a 1�11 s. My Iii Iii to i Ltd it to by picked mgt in a our prowling Pencil Finisi ours. What gov. Porter will Doit the times. A we did not vote for judge Wilson. We did our level Best to beat him. But there is not a better judge in the state of Indana. He knows the Law and has the Backbone to enforce Republican. A we learn from the Progress i j at the first National Bank of this City Lias added $10,000 to its undivided profits and paid oil�?T$7,000 indebtedness ail within six months. We arc sorry to hear that there is no Stock Lor Sale As to would like to make a Safe investment with the Lucre that is so rapidly accumulating in our coffers. A judge Wilson fined Columbus Moore ten dollars in the circuit court at Bedford and sentenced him to the county jail for ten Days on the strength of a Floral a affidavit charging him with endeavouring to get him Flora to try and get on the Beasley a Burton slander Case jury that he might assist in preventing a verdict for Beasley by hanging the jury. A it la by say that or. Bumb Zinc and mrs. X hut too much in Church. Thai mrs. Qts Winter Bonnet is not paid for. That Jerusha sock pocket was jilted by Tom bunkers on. That airs my Flimlin puts All on he Back and goes without sul Lucienl to eat that the preacher is Loo thick with mrs. So Eliop. Johnve its is now touching the City hand. Or Eli p. Farmer is in very health. A Nice of John la rown coloured was buried last sunday mrs Janies a curd has a severe attack of Tho pneumonia. Trank Williams is Back in his Obi position it Tho spoke factory. Jack Dowson returned inst wednesday from a trip to Chicago or. By Orr returned from his trip South last wednesday night. Capt. Gil Perry has a Brand Tew baby Hoy at his Ell Ottsville Home miss Mattie coff a is visiting her sister in Nashville Brown county. Judge Wilson is holding court fora few Days at Washington lad. Miss Laura Ilen Loy has been offered Tho position of assistant state librarian. A w. A Hughes and wife returned from a visit to Hiu Sivillo 111, lust saturday. F. M. Clips not. Formerly of Harrodsburg is now Selling goods at Plainfield Siul j. W. Jamison a gentlemanly Young Ellets Lillinn was one of the takers in of Burdette. Capt Shoemaker was on Tho Giek list this week suffering from the effects of a very bad cold. Miss May Worrall now teaching at elicits Villo spent inst sunday at her Humo in this City. Will Winfry of Danville 111., is visiting at Tho residence of his brother in Law b. Hughes. Ewing Patterson left for his Home in Terre haute last monday and arrived Thor a few hours after Liia fathers death. Frank Rogers will not go to Florida As his physicians a disc him that such Atrip new would to of no Benefit to his health. Joe Henley went to Louisville last thursday morning to Settle with Tho Railroad company on recount of the recent Indianapolis excursion James a Sarc is now travelling in Quot Tho Sligo business for Theodore Cimiotti of Louisville. Jim has adopted a new motto unit proposes to live strictly up to it. Jesse Woik a very popular Young attorney of Gre Dienstl was Here on business this week Josso hns the ability and is already making rapid strides to the front rank of his profession. Peter t. Mathews and wife of Ellettsville wore Here last tuesday night to hear Burdette. Peter is not Only n thorough and Ronor Golts business Man but also a pleasant Young gentleman in whom there is no guile. La list our la nor oils say. Or. 11, Anderson a thriving merchant of Chicago writes enclosed please find $2.00 for renewal of subscription to 3 0111 valuable paper please accept 1113 thanks. We county at u s. Teuton township. Since the inauguration of the Polar wave began to pass Over Benton township Jack Frost jims been Gnu surely severe showing neither favor have had very cold weather Here but nor affection to any one. The great i. I. A 1 suppose it is All for the Best As we have had a splendid ice Harvest. Coal is scarce and High making it hard on the poor people. Business generally Good. I wish you a prosperous new Aquilin Rogers jr., writes from Waldo Florida a please Send it the courier As soon As you , for we Are i ways glad to get it. It always has so much Home news. This is a line country. I like it our enterprising Young Friend Osborne of the Bedford Magnet has the following to sa3t in his last weeks paper a if the democratic editors in this county and elsewhere want a Model by which to make a decent and influential paper one that will help their party Aud reflect credit upon the conductors thereof let them take the Bloomington courier of january 8lh, 1s81, and u1c3 will come nearer finding such a Model than Many of them have furnished for nian3 n City schools. The following have been neither absent nor tardy during the half year ending january 1st, 1<?s1 no. 7�?miss a Ana Mcd Cnnon teacher Cora Campbell Marv Kerr Emu a cell ins Roland Perdue and i it la solid cars. To. 2�?mrs. Lou. Evans teacher Elsie Mason Gertie Bishop Grace Wylie Frank Pauley Robbie Van that the two Clu Kinson girls owe a Bloomington boasts of a citizen j in the goods �11 their Best dresses. Robert Graham b a name who fought that or. And mrs. Hashing ton do in the War of 1812 and was with i net pay their hired girls or Washer Jackson behind the Cotlon Bales at i Monian. V a again a it seems necessary to repeat that there Are not now nor have there been since the organization of this paper 0113 writers of matter that 1 is claimed to be original with this office than those whose names now appear at the head of our editorial columns. When we find that we Are in Abl to do the wilting paper we will sell outdo some one who can. Or take Down our names is editors. Certainly we will not claim or accept credit for others brain work. A oar friends in the various towns and townships throughout the Conn Tjw will favor us by sending in items of. Interest. % we done to want jokes or gossip news As will be of general interest. If when Bill Jones goes courting Polly Smith he smacks Ber so loud it can be heard All All Over the neighbourhood its nobody a business if Polly done to object and would not look Weil in print a the Easton a Stinesville have fitted up a grocery a in connection with a their hotel. They have a fresh and Nice Stock of goods and will Endeavor to accommodate who aay favor them with their patronage. Residents of the North part of the county will finite the Easton Good people to Deai with and should give them a trial. I a a a the first National Bank elected the following officers last week a president John Waldron vice president Nat u. Hill cashier Walter Woodburn directors John Waldron. Nat u. Hill w. E. Woodburn Henry a. Dan can and David v. Buskirk. A -remember1 the dates for the Wallace Villa troupe january 31st and february -1st this troupe haste handsomest costumes Ever worn at a Public entertainment to Booro in ton. I-1 a Why is the Burlington Hawk Eye like a Liu Kakigi dog la cause it feels better when it has got its Byrdet the bog Arilus Klc Ker a a 0,1 l9l?�?~ to lab up Quot. Eur us Ucic a a cry real and personal with excess o new Orleans on the memorable so la of Januar 7 1515. Or. Graham is in Bis a so Glt year. A Wabash courier. A an interesting protracted meeting is now in Progress at the Christian Church. A number have expressed a desire to attach themselves to the Church and the meeting promises to result in much Good. The pastor Rev. A. B. Phil putt is assisted by elder mathc9 of Bedford. A George Reeves has gone into the ice business. He harvested his first crop from around the town pump. B r the Way George makes a Rociy faithful officer last tuesday he was thoughtful enough to scatter ashes on the Public Square Crossings and thereby no doubt prevented Many pedestrians from setting Down unceremoniously Aud getting up leisurely. A there were several fires in this count 7 during the cold weather. On last saturday or. Andrews had his smokehouse consumed in fire and came near losing his dwelling. Or. We Morris and or. Hall each lost their dwelling House both in the neighbourhood of White Hall. Or. Morris was insured for $600. A log House belonging to r. C Foster East of town was also destroyed by fire. A the delinquent tax list As it came to us from the auditor s office was a Model of Good penmanship and accuracy. It was in the handwriting of Deputy. Auditor Homcik Fuik than whom a More efficient accountant never graced an office in the courthouse. Auditor r. A Fulk and his assistants have had an arduous time in properly preparing this list for printing and they have done their work Well. 5 a m a a or. Buskirk. Of Monroe county introduced a Bill relative to taxes the Anam features of the Bill Are trial it provides that assessors shall ascertain the amount of excess of id ctr ednes3 Over credits of resident tax payers also aggregate value of personal property endorse excess a 1�d value on the Back of the fist or schedule that the county Audi Tor in making the duplicate shall credit that mrs. More Ontic keeps a dirty Kitchen. That mrs. Snoozer stays in bed until her husband gets breakfast. That or. And mrs. Do tinny do not the happily together. That or. Strawberry nose is drunk half his time and abuses his family that mrs. Boomerang say a that mrs. Slipshod told or bad dollars a wife that her aunt heard mrs. Dish pan in that mrs. Pill Paddy told her that a lad a visitor at her House heard a a Oung lady remark that a gentleman Friend told her that his grandmothers god mothers husbands aunt heard a conversation Between two women Aud one of them said that Mary Eliza Masher was no bet Ter than she ought to be. A John k. Anderson or co. Have received a lot of vegetables from Chicago cabbage turnips parsnips. Etc. Am fresh and cheap. A judge Patterson of Torre haute father of John Aud Ewing Patterson who recently attended College Here died at his Home on monday last. A a Man by the name of Charles Gorlin a Bra Craan on the l., n. A. Amp c. R. A was crushed so badly while coupling cais at Mitchell last tuesday night he died in a few hours. A Bob Burdette met with a perfect ovation hero last tuesday night the Hall was crowded with an audience composed of our bests citizens. Bob entertained them for about two hours with his a advice to Young men a which was brim full of wizard pathos and delivered in the lecturers pleasing chatty sort of a Woy. Although full of Good sound sense the lecture was not As favourably received As was a the Rise and full of the Burdette is a prime favorite in Bloomington and no mis take. Later in the evening or. Burdette was entertained b r tie Phi Kappa Psi society at the residence of b. F. Adams. A last week we had Man 7 pleasant Calls from our old subscribers who left us substantial encouragement in the Way of Cash for the re Nevil of their subscriptions. Among those who called who have been taking our paper or acc it first started were Many of the staunchest citizens of the county such As John Sherlock. George Musser Jacob Tague Alexander Chambers Reuben a. Ward. G. S. Weir Jonathan Worrall c. L. Hays William Hall Peter Matthews Ife son two papers and a number of other citizens who have not been with us so Long. A Tho Mendelssohn celebrated their 6th anniversary on last thursday night by a musical entertainment and supper it their Hall. A number of invited guests were present and everything passed Oil very pleasantly. A last monday night the Council appointed a committee to request marshal Mcmichael to resign. We understand though that he proposes to stick. At All events he can Only be removed for cause Aud then not without a trial. A at the residence of b. F. Adams last tuesday night Burdette was continually surrounded by a lot of Young Fellows who the he Heel every time the distinguished guest opened his Mornh. A last Friday Wilburn Cron lost a pocket Book containing $800 in Money and some valuable papers he had drawn the Money from Bank to buy live Stock. A the coloured people will give a storm commenced Here on the of november ?s0, with a Snow falling seven inches deep followed by intense cold weather such As the writer has not Felt for the last forty live years the thermometer going Down in november As Low As 14 degrees below Zero. This was followed by another Snow which fell on the 22d of december �?T80, the intensity of the cod increased the Mercury going Down on the 2sth of december to 21 degrees below Zero and remaining Alt that Day at 14 below. A All outdoor business was suspended by reason of the depth of the Snow in the Woods but within Tho last few Days Tho yeomanry of Benton have defied Jack Frost and gone to hauling logs to Jim wards saw null. Any me not accustomed to living near a Mill can have no Conception of the number of logs eds that pm be put in requisition in a Tew Days of All patterns shapes Aud sizes. Ask sleighs it is in Possis a to estimate no Man or woman walks now they come to town in All sorts sizes and shapes from a stitch Down to a fifteen Dollar one. Or. Bennington and family have again located in Unionville. Tiow Long he will i Tay no one can Bay it was thought that the Polar wave had Frozen religion out but it seems not. Or. preaching now. The separate baptists arc holding a meeting on Brum melts Creek with some live preachers. A 4 comb a27d see eos. .tovtssee3t get h off a latest styles Iai ladies Fine Linen col have Ai Bdl Cufr tvs. Imported it ave Hie six in ladies printed amp a no it Romeres or a handkerchiefs. a it lace tics silk and India Moll tics i tvs James w. Spencer has again been , Willie Allen. Fanny Dobson Down Nyrl conf led to the House for and Tommy Kerr. J c last la teen Dajos Blit is coup alas a cent now. Great Praise is due to a Gnu. Jim no a he to mrs. Mullkin mrs. James Alexan in Char Clara Dobson Charles Ujj , yrs. A ,c1. Bal ,Aora in nor Grace a of looks ,.0,y Anil Kutler Barrow also to mrs. John Jve Liy rank Mckinley and Uon at 2to. A a miss Ole it Fulton Tea us j tons and assistance. In i Rani Mckinley Eva Whisenaud. K or Tom Barbee Willie louder John Misener and Frank mod Roll. Aru. 5�?miss Ida a Ore teacher Amaud fodder Ida Louden Abbie Helton and Winnie Whisenand. No. 6�?mhs Anna cd Dennis teacher Robbie Lyons and Boyd Cron. No. 7�?miss e. J. Strauer teacher Maud Vanzandt Alice Kerr mrs. Ben Miller and husband and mrs. J or. Campbell for their kind Atten there is some sickness in the country. Owen Rich son is Down with the lung fever. There was a new baby found at Sylvester try Accuu a a few Days ago since which he had the misfortune to Cut his leg badly with an a. Eld. Win. Robeson came very near having his dwelling House burned Down a few Days since. It had Burnt Lewis la Elton Sophia Sheeks Joe from the lire place to the Corner of Campbell and Theodore Louden. No. S�?-17iss Mattie it Cherry tether Newton Allen Frank Mortz James Cherry la cry Kerr Eltie Fellows and Maimi Misener. Coloured school or. Ltd mrs. W. F. Teister. Teachers Willie Bass Stephen Taylor David White Maggie Macaw and Lillie Mathews. A h. , supt. Bon Buru Ktuk says that Hayos will soon Mardi 4th. We remarked a few weeks ago that a hog it a Green Castle was about to a hog the ring in the matter of state offices. Our suspicions have proven Correct. There is the Hon. Tom Hanna Lieut. Governor mrs. Emma Ames Windsor state librarian f. T. Darnal who was Here with Helen mar White journal clerk of the Senate master Richardson a Page in the Senate and j. T. Owen who has been appointed to the lucrative re Spon Sib e ail honorable office of a Spittoon a Ann j. Cherry hns been appointed of the estate of the concert at the co logo Avenue m. Late John j Cherry. Nat u. Hill has been appointed administrator de Bonis non of the George a. Buskirk Mcgregor Lias a steam Power stave bucker Ija operations in the North West Par of town a Rotatori arc pc Bushel. Real and personal with indebtedness Over credits and taxes paid Only on remainder if any credit however in no Case to be Given lot More than $10. 0 k. Section 53 of an Tui log at Furloo Jait of 1-97/2 a mended to conform to the a above . Estate. A last wednesday night As William Farmer was on his Way to town to obtain Medicine for his father his horse fell throwing Young Farmer violently to the ground and dislocated his shoulder. The horse returned Home again and the injured Man manage to walk to town where physicians gave him the proper Relief. A our senator or. Coffey is on the following committees of the leg isl Turc legislative apportionment Federal relations and organization of court9. On monday lie Intro Duck a Resolution in the Senate instructing Indiana a congressmen to la Vor Tho passage of the Bill granting a pension to soldiers who were e Church on Friday evening january 28-, Lor the Benefit of the Church. Tjie present legislature has let tic Printer alone so far. Or. Gard ii the representative from Lawrence county lives in Louisville so a s the Jodii Napolis journal. Llu Kuamu tiny wives. How to we is the old saying life is we hat we make it. There is so much to Bear in married life so much to forbear. How much easier it is to be fretful and irritable to give Way to our Little troubles and trials in in every Day life than it is to Bear them patiently. But if husbands and wives could realize the sweetness and Joy that is lest by useless they would remember the shortness of a rec and make the Bestol the present. What Ai Delight life is to them when both try to do their duty it is a Glorous Sunshine the year round. There Are no Cloudy Days with such person no matter what Are the sorrows that beset them with Hope love Confidence and sympathy there can be Nau Glit but Sunshine. Am what joyous Homes arc these and Persily sickness and death May come but with True Loving hearts in sympathy All trials can to borne no matter How Many years May have passed since they have taken the vows a until. Death do us part Tho heart will still thrill with the kind words and Noble deeds from a Loving husband or wife. For though on Heads May be silvered with years of earn and the chastening hand of sorrow on hearts May be As Young As in those Halcyon Days of Early wedded life. Lawrence county has no delinquent tax fist this year. Happy taxpayer unfortunate printers Tim lease of life Oftie Republican party of this state promises to be of Short Dumi in no. The prospects Are confined Ian rebel prisons during the late War. A that tic party wiil be strangled by obnoxious legislation. We thought that the Campaign ended about the first of last november but it seems that gov. Porter made the closing political speech on the Day of Liis inauguration. Llic House before it was pc und out Many thanks to Bob Gilmore for special favors granted. If he wants to be elected recorder he can. Harvic it solid. Benton. Bee hive. Plain a a a Hock de Fob titlist mings and a a a it a a. Large line of a Quot t a s ? i it. 8 dress a 4 a b a Jug i a i Cheair to sait. A \ a jeans and cassimere Ite Quot Lewest Casi prices Tornai a Ami Eoys to Iipp Smyj �?T5 it leap a m Cote m to Bis "7 hats. Cars in a Mefort w of r e 51e mbert13 is is the the Cash Kety goods i of. ? Quot a Quot -. A. and in Ila be marked o lit goods accor di2tgl, it. 1 r \ f m Ai h v Mcc All a amp c0. I v 0� 1 no Lin s. T Quot f y it r i so t d i f a a. It r six i 4 a a 9 i Salt Creek tour Suluji items. Events transpiring in Salt 6 reek township during 1s90 deaths win. Flynn Benjamin b. Stephens., mrs. Lou. Flynn mrs. Wampler. A marriages a. J. Knight and Amanda Jerryll William Butcher Aud Hannah Vine Lon Shields and Cyhthia intr John Viust and Emma Butcher. During inst Spring the creeks were a on a High a doing the crops great damage a or. Pierco Zickl had his team drowned while attempting to Cross Bruin Metlz a Creek others had a i a i narrow escapes. A new7 school House was built and an Iron Bridge across Brumec tto a Creek he car the residence of Milton Myers. John Huntington had a Nice dwell ing House erected. 7i/ j. Payne moved to Bloomington Matthew Butcher Moyed to Polk township win. Snider went to a Kansas on a Hunting tour Eddie Mccomi went to school nine months during the year. So 1880 is past and gone now for 1881. A a a Johnnie Knight jun., has been ill for a Long while John Huntington sold fifty seven head of hogs recently that averaged 262 pounds each the abutments of the new Bridge arc completed. There was a spelling at miss aggie Andersons school one night last week. Work for the courier boys it has worked for Yon. Subscribe for the courier boys a tis the paper for you Aud me. R about All the fat hogs have been sold. Stock hogs Are Selling at $3.75 and $4.go Salt. Bee hive. Sex governor Isaac p. Gray was nominated As a candidate for u. S. Senator by the democratic members Frow another Reno ukr. J. M. Pickerel and a o. Jacobs in tier anticipation of a hot summer have put up a Nice lot of ice. Young Johnnie Huntington Lias returned from the West after a three years absence. Welcome Back Johnnie. There Wras a very interesting meeting in progression on Moore Rcck the past week and is now being carried on at Salt Creek. Bro. Gal. Payne is a warm member. We Hope much Good will be the result. A new reporter. Annual t 4 Ore Ana inserting s i r. A a. sat Bidav Jau Oary .15 81 500 Cartons in a a air. It a a it a t Foj .3 fit a a u 0 a i Quot to i ? a a a a a r l r i is ? 1. I to i 4�z rltvf4� 3.-� v it a f to by n i a a a a a a a amp t Irr i it. A. A a # of Beautiful patterns never equated Iti u to is Quot a a it the City. A 1 \ 1 the agent of a St. Gall Mau fac a w. A i it a Tures having been compelled at a great sacrifice to close out the bal Ance of a consign Mentrie were enabled with the ready Cash to secure the a entire lot. I a Ita a v a lib. ?.a i a a a. I a he in a m it a 1 Tift a c f in i 5? Riith j a in Cen a a us. 1 hit a a a ii a is a a a i t.f9 v the he York or a a a of a 111 to Sally goes a a a a j 4� it k 1 a sortie Side. Is thu a in we in i Alloy est a All in kids. F a vvitsi1?�?s 8 t f v Foj a 4 in y i a re t if by % i hardware j and a tri. I i a. A s a j in Febee hive a a huge variety of fresh pies and cakes always on hand at Brj carps. Of the legislature. A i never knew there could be so much difference in sewing machines until a bought the White this is what they All say. Sou the while sewing Mashino before buy Ini an extraordinary Oiler in or Gans and pianos a for die next thirty Days. We have a very special bargain in the Way of Oue second hand Organ and one second hand piano. 61 lice City Book . A. Douma co. Ollick City Book stoic. S. C. Dodds a is co. A Bee hive. A i f a a new Supply of 1�?Tar.cy candies just received at Juo. K. A or soil co or. F. A d. Right f j i we sell the celebrated of Vii �31� vat of. R .jt�l1 3? 3l Cut tin shop and Wilh Giro pm Square it -.j? 4 31 f. Ben b. Smith has charge of the prompt Alten lion to spouting Aud i h. F. Sous Altisi co a a it a a a a k i a i a i y -5 a a i it 1 Iff f if a v7 Al i i m f m 11 it it i s a. Ita a 3cxjxj a a a a a Quot a. A a a it y i6 Iff h i i i v Mem it ii u i it a Ier Quot sell groceries cheaper than a i Obj Al hous a when Call a1�d1be co a Vieceli ? a a i a f a. A of a a Fili i a a a a a 2 it j Quot to i i it a a a a v j i a s >11� i a a i>1� a a a a t in. A a a. V a w a m in Iii of a fit the a Iago. Satu Side it of ,j 1 a to to a a via 551. A fax a a. I Jwj a w t j i. S. It. A a 42. I. 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