Weekly Democratic Statesman. (Austin, Tex.), Ed. 1 Thursday, January 3, 1878 Page: 4 of 4
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LICTISDAY JANUARY 3. 137S
The Itleaaeal oaaeau
Madamo Thiers has ft fortune of
Madame Jananschek has $100000
worth of diamonds.
Two girle have poisoned tbemsclyes
by wearing copper car-nngs.
There are fourteen countesses among
the professional musical people of Ger-
many. ' - j. . : 1
There are ten women in the regular
college classes of Colby University in
Even the half-breed Spanish Indian
women of New Mexico wear trains of
six cent calico.
Princess Anna Murat wife of the
Due de Moucby is the only American
girl who ever got to be princess.
The Home Journal has an editorial on
'Pretty Fools" and only speaks of
half of them. It leaves the men out
They say Dr. Mary Walker !s getting
extravagant. Shame on Mary? She'll
be trimming her pantaloons with old
lace next. -
' The champion time-vraitcr baa made
her appearance again. This time her
name is Rebecca Moore ; and the quilt
contains Z9tl7j pieces.
Eliza Aon Vance of Gallipolis has
invented and patented - an improved
tucker for fewini machines. . It is said
to be a great improvement on the old
W. Uii'ginscn believes that woman
guvciuuicuia luuoiBCivea ana saoui
not be meddled with by the United
mates government. . .
Old laces with a historv are now con
siJered as a proper pait of art collec
tions. Mrs. Frederick Stevens of New
York has a piece of lace which was
presented by the citv of Paris to the
unhappy Marie Antoinette. .
It is only when .mea are so stingy
that they want all the good things for
tnemseivc? tuat they say women should
pe only wires and mothers and should
nor. ie postmistresses or government
- cicrics or anything else tnat pays.
It is always the tenor who makes
trouble in the troupo. Usually it is the
- tenor and the soprano but the tenor at
all events. The tenor is the serpent in
the garden of Eden the Afncan in the
woodpile and the rat in the mealtub.
Ad Wells the Infant "Wonder is a
utue London actress eicht vears old.
She earns a large sum of money is the
pet of the mn n halls and sings ex-
quisitely but has been so lui9y in her
proicssK n mat sne lias never Lad time
to learn to read or write.
Mrs. Julia Wuorfcl of Sheboygan
tBonsin lias devised a new dress
- pattern chart said to be very simple
ami superior to anytmng ot the kind
yet invented. A system of dress cut
ting by which a woman can simply go
and be measured for her clothing as
gentlemen do and then have it made
nnd sent home without any more fuss
or trying on is the desideratum of this
age of women who work.
.The Hiuniin't Journal tells a rather
tough one on a man who would rather
. go to jiil than mind the babv. - Mrs
lUfferty applied to a police judge for
advice saying that she cquld support
the whole family if her husband would
- mind the baby so she' could go out to
worK. 'ihe juugo gave Kauertyihe
choice of minding the baby or going to
the work house and RaJIerty ; chose
tuo worK nouse. Just like 'em.
ftplr Thins Slaked op by Onr Sx-
rbiDcea and Warmed Over for tlte
Tutting perfumery on a bald bead is
i wasting sweetness on desert npjr. .
y--lien. Grant beincr asked at Paris
what brandy ho preferred said'Lct us
nave peace. --v.
They say the Indian' name for an
editor is "Worack-ta-cho-rish-he ka-
haw." It means "Old-man-who-Wears-
Worcester Prts. . ;
Tf hA If frnm na Jtn1t 1
yword of a brot'wr editor." savs the
La Crosse Sun. ' We believe them all
to be truthful men: but when the Du
rand 2Vw says that the water is so
low et the mouth of the Chippewa riv
er mat cat nsn have to employ mudtur-
jtles to tow them over the bar we teel
as theugh the editor must bo away and
some local minister filling his place."
A boy came alonz to one of our
neighbor's houses holding a very diity
dog and asked the gentleman of the
nouse: 'Don't you want to buv ft dot?.
mister?" ''What kind of a dog is it?"
asked the gentleman. Tbe boy looked
puzzled. "Well" said he "it's part
a. 1 1 t 1 1 . . ...
terrier." "Ana wnat is tno restl"
nked the gentleman. "Tbe rest" an
S twered the boy -why the rest is is
; juts aog."
BILLISOS ON MARRIAGE.
: ' Sum marry for luv without a cent in
j tneir pocket nor ft drop of pedigree.
Tlna looks desperate but it is the
1 strength of the game.
0.. l .
cum marry uecausa tney tmnK wim
min will be scarce next year and live
s wuiin uuir iuo vrup uoiua OUw .
V-Sum marry to eet rid of themselves.
md discover that the gamo was one
-T.nat two could play atjiud neither ov
) Sum marry the second time to get
even and find it ft gambling game
o more they -put down tho less they
.aKeup.' . .- -
Sum marry to ho fcappy and not
indini it wonder whero all the happi
jess goes to when it dies.
- Sum marry they can't tell wbv and
ive mey can t tell now.
Almost everybody pets married and
is ft cd joko.
sum marry in haste and then set
and think it carefully over sum
is it careiuuy over lust and then
t nown and marry. Both ways re
.m u tney nit me mark;
bum marry coquets This is like
lying a poor fsrui.heavily mortgaged
i working the balance ov their days
clear opu the mortgage.
Tut after all married life ix full &s
rtain as the dry goods business. No
-i ran swear exactly whtre ho will
j. up when he touches cah-
i No man ksn tell jest what .calico
ii ado np bis mind to do next. CaU
lon't know herself. . Dry goods oi
fnds ix the child oy circumstansis.
man who stands- on . tho bask
ring and d assent ix more apt to
. kold than him who' pitches his
fust into the rircr. ' . -
ncybody asks you. whi yon got
d (if U need be) tell him yon
i recolleckt. .
lies north of Xottinsham.
Tendon correspondent of the
' sUnds the t village of
i in whose church lies the
isins of George Gordon Noel
n; of his dnujrhtej Ada of
i the Hon. Mrs. figh and
ihcr ot his lin. Here too
iiht the remains of the grand-
iliry Chaworth slain "ia the
With iord Lyrons great uncle
'i b'oody fray hsppenirg long be-"-7
binh ws the cause why they
cd each other could never be
i wife and turned the lives of
i the sensitive impassioned and
youn poet have gained tte
"il-Mary Ct a worth
-v''ighboriEg esute a
ry ay worthy of him bow
riight have been the f?e of
9 DJarried icstcad. ft roTster-
drinking squire of an
to dwelt not fr
off lived s sorrowful nadiie&r? broken 1
lite with huu ftad died in cossequtnee
of fright and cold brought on by the
riots at the time the Tories threw out
the reform bill in 1331-32. Alsrmed
by the fierce demonstratior s of the lo"-
tingbam workmen she fled from ber
ball sought shelter in a copse wber.
through the livelong night she wa
pelted by a pitiless tern peat and nevi r
recovered from the effects. She died
nine or ten years after her boyish Iov. r.
Her grandson the worthy represent! -tive
of his grand sire but not of tbe
lovely Mary of 'The Dream" is now
the owner of Annerslej . A mile north
of Hucknall lies Xevstead the seat of
the Byron s a noble . estate which . I
suppose at a moderate calculation
would now sell for half ft million ster-
ling or as they say here ft half a nil-
lion of money for in England nothing
ii considered money that is not repre-
sented by the pound sterling.
Newstead as you know' was a noble
abbey of tbe middle ages but at tbe
time of the suppression of religious
bouses in the reipn of that pious
monarch. Henry III. of blessed
memory it passed into secular hands.
and became the abode of the Byrons
and so in due time of the young poet.
Here were held those orgies the read-
ing of which makes one shudder. Alt
the world knows that among other
bits of profanity practiced by the half-
wild young peer he dug up a skull cf
a former ablxt of the house hud it
mounted with silver and ued it as ft
drinking cup. In consequence it is
said tbe ghost ol tbe abbot visited tbe
"glimpses of the moon" for many a
year haunting especially the chamber
of his lordship ami that of bis page
adjoining. Bo firmly has this tradition
taken hold of the imagination of men
that few have been induced to sleep in
those chambers since the poet left them.
One sentimental traveler I believe a
strancer to fear aai-Mratit.on. wu
Emory inauiged by being allowed to
sleep in Byron's bed and Byron's room
and while recalling many "spooky"
lines of the poet be ascribed lus phan
tasy to the alliance of superstition with
the enthusiasm which directs the
thoughtsand faith of poets and stupidly
confessed himself to having slept undis
turbed "ihere was also a tradition
that so lopg as that skull remained
above ground no owner of Newstead
would ever have male issue to inherit
the estate. Byron died without a son
to take his home ami title; and the
same was ' true of its next owner.
his friend. Col. Wildmnn whose
wife by tbe way. was a left
handed cousin t Her Majesty the
Queen tlw daughter -of -the Dake -of
Sussex with toe ' "bar sinister" in hei
Colonel Wildman. ' honoring . the
memory of his frrend the bard kept
cverytniBg aoout the puce uiucti as
hod been In his day. '
. Home and Farm. -.-'
about 3TARCUINO. i wish to cive
my method of starching which I think
is different .from any you hare pub-
usuea. it may ncip somo Dusy woman
like myself through the trials of iron
ing day which all will admit arequite
enough even ir the starch does not
stick. To a cupful of starch. I vut one
hatr tcaspooniul of white sugar and
very little lard and cold water enouch
to wet it; then stir until tbe starch is
well dissolved. Pour boiling water on.
and keep stirring and let it cook
thoroughly. Uso it as hot as you can
bear your hands in it as it strikes in
better. The starch should not be too
thick or else the cloth will absorb it.
Sugar holds tho stillness better than
salt and gives a nicer gloss. l g. p.
Tbe. farmer who calculates to make
his living by ramus'; cannot afford to
lose a knowledge of the best methods
in practice and he cannot' hope to
learn tuete methods by his own exnc
rience even if that experience lie a rich
one. lie cannot afford to lose' tho
inaney which he certainly wilt by sell
ing his produce blindly without know
ing the conditions ol the market and
the things which affect its rise and fall.
If ho is successful without taking a
paper it is because he gets his informa-
tion from thoMi who do. -Any farmet
who may have taken the Statesman
for even a short period can recall the
numberless ways in which he may have
taken advantaga of hints and facts
noted in the various departments and
turned them to his profit.
To Feed Fowls. Fowls drink
water freely but they know just how
much they need and when they have
access to tbe fluid clean sweet and
fresh they imbibe no more than is
good for them. It is therefore uc-
necesiary to mix your dough too thia
and sloppy at the morning feeding.
Have the meal well scalded and feed
the mixture to the stock still' and dry
comparatively. This feed should gen-
erally be composed of both - corn and
rye meal with vegetables say one-
third each. - In our own practice we
have found this preferable both for
the birds and as an economical pro-
vision for tho old or the growing
stock. A little pepper occasionally in
this dough and always salt will im-
prove the mess.
Have System. System on the farm
is essential to permanent success.
Whatever branch of farming is selected
should be stuck to if only moderately
successful. A man is constantly learn-
ing in a business to which he gives
habitual attention' and this knowledge
is a part of his capital just as much as
the money invested in stock tools or
buildings. Tbe man who makes wheat
a leading crop by studying to lessen
the cost of production by experience
in the berft methods of preparing the
soil the use of manure and the cultiya'
tion of the crop can raise wheat cheap
er than his neighbor and though sell
mg it at the same price will realize
pro lit when they barely escape a loss.
On the other hand the man who
ever ready to abandon hi nsual prac
tice in order to follow something that
pays exceptionally wo'i at' the moment
such as sheep husbandry or hop-culture
when 'mutton wool or hops are
retching bihTrices is pietty sure to
lose money in the long run.
Science or Feeding. A correspon
dent ot the Jlamt j-armer tinder this
head says r After tho most thorough
experiments In the Koglish and German
stations it has. been found that the
proper ratio of albuminoids to carbo
hydrates is one to five for mature ani
mats and one to three and one-half for
young and growing ones. As grass and
hay is the staple food it was natural to
Dnd those formed of right elements in
the right proportion viz: flay albu-
mnc-ids 8 1-2 per cent: carbo-hydrates.
43 percent. Grass albuminoids 3 per
cent; carbe-hydmtes 13 per cent. For
?oung animals wheat bran is a perfect
ood containing- the rato of 14 to 30 or
l to s 1-5. Oats for mature animals
are ft perfect food" containing them In
the ratio of 13 to 00 or I to . riow by
combining these-the por with the
good wa can make our poor foddir
equal to the best.'" An animal that will
consume IS pounds of swale bay each
day obtains albuminoids 10 percent:
carbo -hjdrates 6 per cent. . By the
addition of a food rich in albuminoids
this msy be made equal to the best
fcojriua nay thus:
ucr Mt. nor rviit-
15 !b ml ar. . .
a lb cotuai wa maaL - . J .
TotaL . 1 it
Now Jl lb Wert hsy 1. ' -
Clover ia too rich ia albnminoi Js for
RTOwms itock but when fed -with
poutooa ia proper quantities it U a per
eet 1003. inua ry going tbrongh tbe
Ut and dotog a liule figsriogtha btt
food may lo compounded for any ani-
raal ia acy tUge of iu existence. '
Florida oranpr thia aeasoa are . rt
markablr thin skinned and anuaaailr
sweet. It ia said that the fruit from
the same trees last jear were thick
skinned and -more acid' and that
drouth prod acea the latter and much
rain the former condition. .
0RD & SAYLOR
we nrvms attest to tite roixow-
i departments op oub establishments.
TUB UW PR1CU AT WIUCH OI K GOODS ARE
MARKED HAVE SPtCIAL REFERENCE TO THE
HOLIDAY SEASON AND BARGAINS WILL BE
POI ND THROUGHOUT THK HOI'S K THIS SEA-
SON'S IMPORTATIONS GIVING LB AS L"2i-
E14CALED STOCK OF U0OD3.
V BLACK SILKS
hkBdion and dtmbl. all width. SI 0 to S SO.
The GREAT AMERICAN INDEaTRL'CTIBLE SILK
Sl.iO S1.S5 and LS.
PLAIN COLORED SILKS
new ahiiVn commencing aa low aa Se. per pard
and at $l.vuiaaiaquUiy of laat teaienat (1 SB.
FaiiCjr Broch and DimnaiiS Piurca of the ow
Part tbadea from t'2.UU apwarda. Trimming Sails
at Sl.i mnrxh $I.Si
THE PRICEd AT WHICH WE OPPEB OCR SILKS
- ARE ONE-QUARTER TO ONK-TtllRD LESS
THAN LAST SEASON.
tW A BILK DRE33 43 A HANDSOME HOU-
DAV PRESENT. . . -
IN DRESS GOODS
thaw Ii richer diplr of eotorlnc and brilliant
effrcta tbla mwn than for man? yotn paat.
The mixed eodTVMB CLOTHS rang In price
from SOe. a yard to 13. VU and on low-priced DRESS
OOOD4 froni Vie. a yard ap. Buoy of them being
a cSecUr aa Uit heavier fabric.
Shawls Mantles and Wraps.;
India VaHir Cishmere Ehawla from Sluo.uO up.
In.lU Filled Centers at S30.UO and un.
' Real Dacca. Chrdda and Striped India Shawla
new dealtrna from $10.00 upvarda. AUo full Une
British French and German Shawls in beautiful
faeture. Paris Mantles and Cloak of the latest
' ' ' nn. and Uejllii.Itom SiUO.
Ladies' aud Children's Suits and
Fine Under Clothincr.
These department embrace everything pertain-
ing to Female Costume suited to all ages and cir
cumstance. For (uli parucolar see catalogue.
Ladies' Hisses' and Children' Hosiery from
f1.au a doten np to tbe finest goodi. All the
newest and prettiest dntgn In Hosiery are rapre
senled in our stocx in mm uotton and Merino.
Alaska Seal Sacque from $''V00 up.
Alaska Seal Mull from fA.UU up.
Alaska Seal Boa from So.uu up.
Mtnk Muff and Boa ' from gl2.:0 a set upward.
ruK rur-unea uarmenu rrom (o.uu.
Alaska Sable Seta from S7.50.
A guod set of Fur as low a A.V0O.
HP" A SET OP FURS IS A SUITABLE A3 WELL
AS o SEASONABLE nOLIDAx PRESENT.
DRESSING GOWNS SMOKING JACKETS AND
CAPS; SCARPS TIES UMBKKLLAS GLOVES
AND OTHER ARTICLES FOR GENTLF.MKN.
SUITABLE FOR THE HOLIDAYS to WHICH
THE ATTENTION UP LADIES IS INVITED.
Kid Silk Lisle Thread and Merino Gloves of the
new colors and shapes in great variety.
. Lord A Taylor's Kid Gloves t buttons warranted.
at fi.w per pair price urn season ft w.
''!' 1 '' '.' ." .'" ALSO .'
Lace Camhric. Linen and Silk Handkerchief and
beautiful Neckerchiefs all price from lOc. upward.
auu au Kinu iresa iTunmings co matcn our gooda.
' t3" Our God are all flrst-clam. We make a
point to nil all orders exactly and to the Interest ot
purchasers. We guarantee all purchase to be (alls-
factory to buyers and stand ready to remedy all
error. We invite orders convinced that a first trial
wm msure us trie reiruur custom hereafter. -
Catalogues of our enUre Mock sent to any address
All order for Gooda to be accompanied by the
mouev or wnvre parties wr-n tioou will De Bent
by Express C. O. U. Where the remittance la too
large we always return the difference.
Broadway & Twentieth St.
Grand Chrystie & Forsyth
. . - Streets. N. Y.
A anre enre for Xoruld Liver and all dia.
canes arisuifj tnerctroui l.aug. Kidney Spine
B;Hddcr. Woniri and all Female Diseases
CHILLS .aND Kb V Kit lostlvenesa
llypeitala. lleadscho. Our 1 Iver. I. nno
and ts fad SZ. Kldnejr and Spinal
-u If3. r-art l.r Female Weakness
3. We seLd them by mail free on receiptor
prico: Address K. F.
AlrirfHM K V SKVnRU Jk 1'it
tT C C "cek tn yonr own town
Terms and 5
4UU onmt nee.
IlALLEl'T & CO. Port-
FOB PARTICULARS ADDRESS
WILSON SEWING MACHINE 00.
ov Diuaawaj new lora a III
Cblcaxo III.; New Orleans La.;
. Or Dan Prantkeo Cat.
Send for llrdaced Price List of
MASON & HAMLIN
NKW and SPLENDID STYLES: PRICKS
Jti.VU VKU ST U to SO BACH. THIS MONTH.
10.17. nnunxi lTBASWiai cc Ml MCI'
LIN OHG 4N CO.. Isoaton New York
C C t n It 0 fl PTdayat home. Samples worth
4J U.4Li tdiree. ctikson a Co. fort-
SWEET N1VY GHEW'6 TOBACCO
was awarded the highest prise at tbe Centennial
Kx position for its fine chewing qnalities the
excellence ana lastlni; character ot it sweeten
ine and flavoring. If von aant the bent tobacco
ever made ask yonr eroeer for this and ste
iiui eacn ping ocars our oine strip trade mark
with words Jackson's Best on it. hole wbole-
1 by all jobbers. Send for ramnle to t. A.I
j At kv & co. manufacturer.
WORK FOR ALL
In their own localities canvassing for the Flrc-
niate Visitor (rnlanrcd) Weekly and Monthly.
LAltGKbT 1'Al'EK IN THE WORLD with
mammotb Chromus free. Big commissioaa to
agents jermssna outut Tree. A aureus
. I. O. VICKEK A asuata Maine.
C I 0 a day; at home. Agent wanted
dk I Z tit and terms free. TRUE a
i f Extra Fine flllxed Cards with
came JO cts. post jid.
; i iiu.Mtsa cv. Kasaan . v.
Oreana ifi Sops $1JU; 1:1 m; li S5; 9. S'i5
Pisros rvtail price foTal only f 175. Daniel
ar. afeaily aaninxton N. J
S 33.33. GREENSBORO
V ; ALABAMA.
' Creatlr Reduced Rates. The above
amount will pay board and tuition in all tbe
department Including Ancient rnd Modra
Laatruage aad Masie for the Spring Term of six
uionins ojtenins; wanaary 1.
Kev.) THO. WARD WHITE President
' Iy- Send for Catalogue.
50 fifl CaUt MONTH made ellins; the
v'"-"-'"Vrecope or rianetary Top Duckey
SiaUnncry l'ck(r Manic rXaa (uo ink renalren).
lataiiiKue of Airvuts uood sent freai tsUCii..
K18 KOVELTI tlnclnnau w.
Keep's Partlr-Sfada ftklrta!
tmiy.traiifnt niin ti tln-h.
ia u' ( uMulu uirla. f . trO
Ma-ie tamnre rornplrtav. Q I II f Jjl
kr.Ll s Mlluiu. made eolv in one
oiaiity tub Bs-r.. rrfect satisraetioa war-
ruau-d. i An el- Knt set cf gold plated batton
five with eack half doarn. -
urus aud Fi Li IHaamoar Vailsd Fan.
4 IwEatT BhOH. Aeta. amd'Mfra.
4 1 Oav u. St. Louis ISO M . ih t Ciaciunatl. i
51L o JT a m a ara
teJift ! 1 1. uaMfwt a 1 1 Um tn-
qa.. I. v. .a.. hswaf ws
-i aamjDtlnisnliMai to marrtuv. fartr m.
"". Tnau. on ail M.Mra aU nmisWilmt
tm vaFaj.ftU twaia.tr-rtiTait itUtlisaal m. .
at . Lau'
Lair aad aassi trart of land In Texaa for
CX'toaiaaUoa. r-end location ana loareat Doce
id term. No caarjt sn'ws a rale i made.
JOIIS CXCHRAN -
KraJ Kstat Broker. "XH. Wainat am stin.
amiartUraM7aaisjgdua aaa wut taisti
M. Xaua Aavaartatf; k Vub OawSa.
pi The S
a - a - a mm aa a - j 'wi . HarrtA
DAK HILL NURSERIES
Brenham Washington Co. Tex.
L0CKETT k EDWARDS Proprietors.
We oiler a Large Assortment of ' '
TEXHS-GROWN FRUIT TREES
. . . -...
Shade Tree Rre Kversrecn. Ornamental
bhrnb of every de-riptlo;i. KcK-e a iiecialty.
Larye coUwtUun of Ureen IloufC and Itcddlng
Tn every depsrtmerft for the present year is
(rood. We Invite inopectioa by oar customer
and all who con make it convenient to visit the
Are low. and tern as reasonable as thee of
any Brat rlf s nnrcery; and we hope to prove to
all who try that acclimated Frait Uvea a
well a every variety of Shrub grown in Texas
Give More . Satisfaction '
To the pnrrhaser than imported Trees and
Shrub ffrwwa by artincud beaL We (ruarnale4
every article to come in good order and true to
name. . t j -
SAMUEL J. SPINDLE
Oar a&ent for Austin and adjacent conn try.
will be found at ltut & Dinkiiis commiaaiou
and forwarding merchant-" corner of Pecan and
San Jaciulo street. Any order sent to him
will receive prompt attention.
Furnished free by mail or npon. application at
tksamu b tboHiiiiaiiuiij tuem. aeiy dAwiim
SOUTHERN GROWN FRUIT
Trees: etc. at.:- ; .
LiNGDON Nl'BSERIES. i
Near Mobile Ala. Tbe stock this season at
there lone establ'sbed and reliable Nurseries.
in larger more couiprehenvlvc and uuvr tnau
ever before embracing FHU1T TRKBS of every
i ueecripuon vrape lues small ! rmt arvcr-
ItrMII .It1 iSrt' 11 A . Tran. onH tth.nti. T? . w.
(a Krana collection) Ureeuiioaso and jJedding
nauis r luwura etc. cic. - 1
All have been crown witii PneciaT r. fefence to
tho South and having been tested ia -cur own
eroauas are warranted to be suited to the ell
mate and tkue to name. '
Catalogues sent free to all applicants. -Adilresa
C. C. LANG1ION
' P. O. Box 851 Mob'Ie Alabama.
OrW. M. liUNTEH Apetit ;
Refe-cnces to nereens who have planted from
me i.anguon Kuneries : col. Blocker MecBrs.
U.V. Hunt- John llcadspeth U. Jl. Johnson A. U.
Budingtnn and Mr. Rutlegc near Jolly ville.
UW4 1 I Ol '
(Successor to Brupu ft White)
Wholesale and Retail
S T OE SI
Tin Ware Tin Tlat Sheet Iron
' House Famishing Goods
Fflnips of Every Sizeii Variety
Eor Steam and Water
Iron Pipe and Fittings
LEAD PIPE AND SHEET LEAD
HOSE AND PACKIXO. SINKS
WAfMl STANDS. 1IRASS VALVES
1JATU TUBS AND MILL KUfPLIES.
Special attention given to snDDlvini? Stores
and Residences with
iar"Orders for Job Work in Sheet Iron. Tin
Brass or Copper attended to premptly an
with Dispatch. '1 he Best Mechanics always in
aticuuiUAtAj uiiu oausiTicbiun lauaranieea
SOLE AGENT FOB TIIE
AND OTHER LEADING STOVBS
V hich I am oflerine atcreatlv rcdnepd mice.
A full stock ou haud and every stove war
W. F. BENGENER
HAS A LaitOB aeSOBTMEJIT or
Which he offers to the trade ffllRAP von
Also does U kinds of
Tin Sheet Iron and Conner Worlc
BooQair and Gnttorlns .
. and Piping
ON. 8HOHT NOTICE
All Work Guaranteed.
TR1NITV ST.. JI ST NOUTII OF
EAST 1EC1N. .. r
' e8 tf
JOST OR MISLAID. ;. t
The following land serin. Inonpil tn Wllliom
Bryan by the Kxecutivo at Cnliimbia. nn th.
teutb day of Dt-cembcr 18-'!0 Nos. 30 Si
1U9 no li t. JH lis 15. ia J32 1.M 1S7 16
161 ltB. 1U7. 170. It4. lb7. 188 and 1S7. for lil
Also Nos. Sfi. 29 SO 3'. 33 35 4i. 44 4j 47
50 51 5i .18. 00. 63. 07. US. 73. 70. 7i 81. and Ki
each for 320 acres.
Also issued to David White on the fourteenth
day of December ltsrt in conformity to the law
of Conercsof December 10. IK. Nos. 1 3 li
19. 55 (.1. 5. 72. 73. 74. 75. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. M l
85 8ti. 87 88. Sd M0 V 1 . M4. 93 112. na. l Jb tus
80s. tlS 225 r3l 8.34 235 2:16 and !7 each
for M0 acres of land.
Also. Nos. 1. 9. 17. 13. 38. 85. SC. 87. "A V
97 98 102 103. 104. 100 107 109 110 111 112 111
IIS 1 XXt J34 wa vtit 1;al 1W;
It7 and Itid for 320 acre or land raeh.
Also iesned to A. Moston bv Th mssTchv.
oa tbeeiehth day of 1cIoImt 18S No. 716 747
and 748 each tor 640 acre of land- .
If nut found within ninety day (pp'ication
will be made to the Commissioner or ih l.n.
eral Land Office for duplicate'.
cvw . J. U.CULLITT.
Thirty mnnilim in th tmnncul uf Snual aa I
ra-- lr. bBITT rrlreti.ia..
! . A Phy.loloflcai VUw a" Minim
xwiuaml soil Um coak.iul.unc
BssUwadaadarnnwnlMMd aa llhwra I book m 3W.C
a fct -t aaotr loc aad
f arnvat Katur. ia buiK wua r 4.
WKMthesrnsI CRM inl !SHinwatUMiM
MXriICAX ADVICa aad CbeoBTc TisSM
SniJ rL - Cattrrh CaiOT. Kuonua lb thnaa
Uwlt St. M wtit mdw L.I ... . ! 1
yras bawaaoanahiin WpafaaOTcrrlhkMtarona
Ian tn. mhk. mil
' aXTuriy aamlea eat rav
CP a- eaj ta. i
- H. Bt at. St.
. waiia mo. L
tost.-' ! r - r:
I'niormted Eaiaare Certi Urate Xo. H tSS. for
4.3ai.iCl3 snaara vara : luuia to ttrrr nf tieom
aoogeraiiur or tianDermacker by Comialr.
kmc; of Uaaneral Land OtBce. February 8 A. D.
11. rim cia beaatrbiht rrrtiliratr So.
for labor of Uad iaraed by Land Board (if
Wavhlnirtoa coantr to Motet Kain If not heard
of IB Uluely dav we anil aprdy for atapikauca.
n A. 11. M I. II. MllXJiH.
Oct5 9w . Ageat for owaera.
JUSTIN HOSPITAL. .
CORJfKX WALSTT AST XUBCES
Oa and af.er October 1 Lba ssAanlnas aril
aavat tha a Sot butitatioa ia operatHam. aaa
I aravldeal wita tb laical racTiHln for treaurw-nt
of Us nnon aoa eonCsjriow dissMS. Tb
apartawBU ar turd a ut a vknr u eoaafott
aad pnvary cat mal and femal patrat
Tcrsa: Ta lbo raitrrtna; the trtMTrmJ ward
tacladiat aWione ana mrxiiral aneatiOB on
ooliar pet day. To thoMwisblra; priTaua rooan
aatr lb trrataaasjt of aay rt-sa lar pferttriaa
ia Asvitia urau proporUoaata us tb attcatwa
Lb PsbRe. and rroeciiTT arad of bettertv
Wot tocariira art inriied to import tbe Utia-
. H. Jfc itAiAA. tl.it. .
C R. JORNS. JOSEPH bPBNCS .
Forme Comptroller. 7 Of. Com. Gain. Land Ofilce
CSncceasor to C. B. Johns & Co.)
LAND AND CLAItt AGENTS
We frlva special attention ta business tn all
the department of the State government. Will
make col lection pay taxes purchase and sell
land and land certificate) adjust title and do .a
general agency busine.
Will aux-p traveling aenta going over the
THE TEXAS LAND
HON. B. GHATZ BROWN
. f Bt. Lous President.
HON. J. B. PRICE
of Jefferson City Missouri Ylee rresldent
LEE R. MIKVOCK
Manager of Texas Department at Aoatln Texas
F. If.. WOOD WORTH
Secretary and Manager of St. Louis UlBc St
This Company offers for sain one million
acre of elegant FAKMINU LAND3 in Northern
and Centrtd Tciai in tract of 1U0 to 20.0UO acres.
ana sutEK ai CA'i'i'LK itANCUKS. ranc-
lnz from lOuO to 150.000 acres in a body located
in Rout u aud SonthweKt-ra Texas.
The location of ci'lonies is made a specialty
to whom the beet bargains are sMaraiuoeJ in
tracts ranging from five to twenty thouaand
acres In a budy. Tbe colony lauds are subdi
vided into tract of 100 acies and np to suit the
wants of immigrants and very low tranrporta-
tion furnisuea actual settlers. -Address
either office Austin or St. Louis.
For Very Little Money
We have a large quantity of property Im-
proved and unimproved iu tbe city county and
other counties for sale at bargains aud on terms
to suit purchasois; among which are:
Lola Nos. 8 and 4 In Block No. 101 a beauti-
Lot No. 10 11 and 12 In Block 175 south of
. Lots 8 9 and 10 Block 170 and lot 9 Block 5
Lots 3 ani 4 Block 21 Division E well im-
proved. Lot 6 Block 3 subdivision out lot 18 Dlv. O.
Lots 7 8 9 10. 11 and 12 Block 1 subdivision
out ioi j division n Bmytu s addltiou.
Lot 37 Block 22 Horst's addition large sine.
Two lots in Block 4 Raymond's Plateau 60x
900 feet enclosed with good plank fence.
Lois 25 26 87 and 28 subdivision of out lot
8. Division D near Mrs. Ramond's and lot 10
Block 3 subdivision out lot 42 Division B. .
Lots 1 and in Block . Smyth's addition In
Division D well improved and very desirable.
- Also three desirable rea'dencea south of Cen
trai freight depot.
Also house and lot fronting on Ash street in
Block 105 good cistern shade tree etc.for $800.
Also 2!4 acres land well Improved and very
u'uco uum uie avcuuv east ol
the city at a oargain.
Also a lot 75x200 feet north of he city near
. iunucuw Willi l(UUL OflCK uouse
kitchen etc. for sale cheap.
We also bave 120 acres land three niilus above
iue cny inciuuing Bee epriug with some im
One bnndred and fivo ipfm Innri nn.
Wainn'.B miles northeast or ritvuf i.:..
au VMll.lvai.ltJU OllU TAJ 111 JJil'l 11 TC.
And 993 seres unimproved adloinlng El-?in on
theCoulral railroad 20 milt can of Anelia.
420 acres land in Wiljirirloircolnrtyrncs
ir m u oeriy uiu anii7 ulCg from FlorencV;
aooui nan eaca-or-pfa-rie and timber: for sale
or exchang)-for goad city property.
Aieotio acres on Sandy rrcck 8 miles west of
f agrtM In Williamson cuumy; and 1170 acres
litniiics west of Bgdad on Cow creek.
Ai.u. iw fltTts oui oi me Arnold Moore sur-
vey 5 miles southwett of the city pretty well
Also 33$ acres S miles west of the city. It is
well sitaaled for a vineyard and nursery.
Also 75 acre including the old Mormon or
jrpicrti oiiriug a nuics west or me city.
Also. 1107 acres 8 miles west of Rnnnrf T-v !
in Williamson county well timbered aud plenty
vi rv utvi .
AIpo 200-arre tract 7 miles from the city n-ar
Fiekville; 100 acres in 8ue stato or cultivatiou;
100 in pasture and wood
Also a lot 50x214 feet ith a two-story houso
S rooms 2 halls; 2 verandas good cistern etc.
or will exchange it for property in the city.
4C0 acres of tbe Abel L. Eaves survey in Mi-
i 500 acres out of the Charles Wycrs headlight
.u n uiuuuHiu wuuijr uiHiu oi iJrooKsvilto.
195 acres out of the John McQueen survey
near Mcrrilltown northwest of PLot Kuob.
Three blocks of 1H acres each in Georgetown
near the University and very desirable.
A two story frame house 5 rooms and hall;
ijood cistern cistern house stable etc. for sale
cheap or will exchange for Brenham city prop-
erty. A Iso out lots 32 and 33. Division B 40 acres in
cultivation and 20 In timber well improved and
very desirable; and 4 acrs In out lot 35 fenced
on three sides.
Also lots 8 and 9 Block 53. fronting on West
Pecan street with good stone house kitchen
stable cistern etc This ia convenient to the
ousines part oi tne city and very desirable.
Alto 14 acres with good frame house 2 rcoms
dining room kitchen etc. seath of and adjoin
Col. A Weill s north of tbe city.
ir yon want a bargain In any or this property
call and see us. W. a. HOTCUKlas & Co.
A desirable farm of 163 acre In IIorn?by'
bend. 9 miles below the city for rent for the
coming year by W. 8. HOTCH KISS A CO.
Several store houtea and residence for rent
W. 8. Hotchkfss & Co.
RON COTTON TIES.
Celebrated Arrow Tic!
Kannfactntcd by tbe
Antericaa Cotton Tie Company.
all parties aga'ntt buyin? or selling tparioa
tie offered under oar brand aad trade mark.
Kvery Tie CaaraBtc4 and Ilandle
- t Vmx CeaU
Special prices by car-toaa to city and cotuitry
WAXTSK TIPS CO.
. BRUBGG KIUIOFF A HIDX5HKIMEB.
.7dawtdec31 Sole Afrnt. Aastia Tex a a.
Sacerajor to Bremocd Jt Co. ' "
Forelga avnd Doaaoatie
DRY GOODY AND .NOTIONS
. Uoots fml Bhoeg
i .... ..
GE0CEKIE3. TOBACCO and CIGAKS
' Alao Agmt of Hazard Foarder Company.
PKCA2T STRirr. ArSTLX. TEC AS.
No Good at HrtaH. ' oeU (Uwlvr
T DST. :
First claes beadrtrbt eatiCcata Ifa. tar
one-lhird of a leaajae. taaauat ta John W. Scai-
1. k. ik. kt.-i . r i . . .
' . "j - ..a lAarnmuvoi I urn . ; . - -3 a
Partita co bit dated at latiraart Jaae a iViA.iik.LI l
1K If aot beard of witku nisMM can m I ".""'rjL'
arill apply to the proper oct for a daMicatal I
BTlkWAaT. bOl)AT HAbii iiT I
Aeat fur owpac
214 PECAN STREET AU3TIW TEXAS
- " i . . .
The Largest Assortment of the EK5T WAOQXS tvt-r r.ffcreJ tn the Tcxa
Public at Trices DcfyiDg tViuipetition by
- ' . ;
Farm Freight and Sprin
I keen none but (lie Best Makenof Wcgons
wheels rollcil in boiling oil before setting; the tins
" aj;wiis uave siora tne test Detrer
.... ... !
THE CELEBRilTEZ) IjaBI3IZI3.
.Tiaue at (u DU LAt WISCOH SIX. Is the
iue ihc uikc nupenor Jruii. -Jl IS iroi txl to prTenion and is listlv enti-
tled to its rcnutai ion nf lwimr 4ok ii.. Ium. te........ i.. a . m.. i.. i. . .
ini Hp f ir C B:a90Bi '"r to six years undercover ud ihc very bent that can be produced
w swaav ava VUDUU J . . 4 . -
The Strongest Wagon Consequently fuore Durable and Cheapest
THE JACKSONi TEUSS ROD WAGON
I made at Jackson Vicliisan. of the boot of
umo ni Kory. I be atrongeft thimlili-sktln waipic
greatest lnventioo of the age. Iteid tho following
1..WH.S; (leciai icri win Wo entlleietit to convince yon of ila i.ractiral utility. We contrnctcd a
4-im h riiimble-silccin v agon with WHITE I'INB AX7.KS and the Tm Kud Axle Atlacbmcut.
and drew on eald wacon a load of 10 Ouu ponniis (or five tons) from the depot in thi city to our
shop. aditnce of more lliau three-fourth of a mile. Thi wit dote without injury to the i.iue
1 1 i Vs iw- wcKrewtivera ctiiiiiie-iuue pavement a instance of over a ni b'
b Punb' of bar iron on a a-lnch Thlmble-nkein ide Tra-k Truis t od Axle Wagon
?' ill t "UC tr"h v. 'ai1 WSS balanc)d 01 ne hl1"1 O"1? enrried wi.b perfect aafcty.
. n 71 "- - nicu';iu oi a ruuuu nar oi i.BKc superior iron c oi an men la diam-
eter (Me r of the Trtm Rod ) requinn the tensile etruiu of 12.470 nonnda to eeparate it or tear ii
acunder before the axle can spring or break." -.t -
i ne opnng wsgoiif Amb..iaucectc are
-" v . k mo a ciiu'.ii:'j i unmui
blah t r a??n ncJnal'cnlfe wagon of
in fi I h .vhuh.ui kuihiu luLMuuyuucBH oi coiiBi. uciion uuq oeaiity aim peifccliou
u so tne W isconsin bob whirh ie admUted to b
Th. i i jj ".'
. ..... ... . lllg 1)w unnl lnJm
uwi;gi raixiuca in iae ury aimoKpnere
inccd pi be'ore getting the tires. AUparUof
oeiore being pnlntcd. The thimble okeina are act by machinery and are exira heavy and all
farmer aifree hat the Kaunas Wagon is one of the UrjftUft ruimhu vinjont in t he market. It uaea
. .. uiuv. nuieu ran ue uuen on i ai pleasure. Ttie 3' BeflH arc 2 1 inches deep.
(.. .iJ?. .! warraii all my Uzns liir On r and sny repairs rennired in
omTOwucs ui ueiecuvc luurrriai
v o.unj vtl unuu a targe atuea. asii x wut
JgAKER GRAITAH & CO. -
- (GLASSCOCK BLOCK ) "
91 8 Co rig re a Avenue
Always on hand a full and complete ftock of
drugs chemicals proprietary medicintsvpainti
oils window glaas varni.be perfumery toi.cl
articles so.p andj
DRUB8!ST'8 SUNORIcS :
Wholesale and Retail
at price to t nit the times. Orders solicited.
CAKEK GBaIIJlX & CO. COLOGNE
and HIr Dressirgj i ' fi
are equal to toy and cheaper than other. '
LOW'S t'fl) 11 i Til Illll I'.r. BT1 11 i.irl ..r I nK-
bin'i genuine imparled extracts and this er-
famaa of Ihs be. American maker always en
hsnd . ...
We are tho owneis and solo proprietors of
"TIP TOP" ..
a preparation which never fail to cure Itch
ringworm tetter etc. f ...-.-.. i ii
Oar Dicsrrimion ili.n.H mpnt lam sinfirilv iln.
tluct from onr sale drp&rtiueut and is mutiger
for the old and justly ceUhrateri ARuYLk'
BITTtBS and offer rpeeial te ms to laree bnv-
OorPoultiy Towder is Infallible for the "nre
vention and car of dieae in chicken aad tor-
keys. All. good sold by n are warranted fn-sh
and pure. BAUHK GRAUAM 4 CO.
Permanently Cnreaf- hiatbar-
V OBle saaoutlaaS r ai
a rat' relrbrated Inl.lllble Fit Pow.
Cr. T eonvinr-j. . n rr. tk.u.
der will do all we claim for them we u cFnd
them by mail post paid a free Trial box.
A Dr. uoolard ia the only physVcias tliat has
ever made thia iUmu. a wNi ..
I onr knowledge inonsand have been'penata
but rnrrd by lae ore of these Psw
wui raaraate at penataaeat
vuic iu crery case or man vaa all
i k;b iwm rowaers an early trial and be eon
viacea or tbeir curative power.
t rice for lam box. a fnr vrM r t-.n
I sent by mall to any pan of tbe United Stat'- or
n 7a i a u l00. or Of expnaa C. O.
ASFt At ROBDI.K
880 Fcttost Biaaxr Bbooklts K. T.
At tattjttn from tbi disease that are ax-
..L e?rc boeld try Or. Klawsaera
J owieT re lx ouy preparatioa koowa
. . i". -1" Cosiaoaapilon and ail diaraert
of the Ikraai as a Lang Meed o
tro2 Is oar faua ta ttem aad also lo convince
yoa thai tbev are no hambag we wdl forward
TrlalWu ' ' m lM
a e aua ( want yonr money nnt'J to.
fectly sauild of their en rati r power.
wort aiar. deJay ia rivl
"waara ilaj. a tbey anil nrely
e don't want yonr money nnt'J yoa are per-
tr: II you
rivlDtr I boar
Prace. for barvtw- aa A .1
United feate uc Caaad.' by mail on recent of
AMI A ROBBI.1t
360 Fcxroaj Srazcr BaoWcLra. Jf. Y.
ctoLB PLATtn (VAi-inra.oiwc
i ta knoatoawnl. ot ma
f'V r' r-t ft I irrnin 1 ii . fail saw
do?.l at Ctrl
niuiiafnr.tiirel ispn nslv for
which prevent sny wrllii;
Texss rllni'ite. with
or fluinkuKe of the
Uau any ever stld In til
lighten Draft Waon known. The tkein ia cast In
VTTACH M ENT.
Lake Superior while oak and iron and Indiana and
in the world. The Iniro rod attaohm. rit i the
teU given it by the niiiiiuf:iclnrer: "The fol-
made by IIks A.C. Fiah Wagon Company at Itacine.
fe i liui r pit jicrior:iy.
the Sont.i. The World' Exhibition gave it the
tho bet in n.o. The spokes felloes and gearln"
or tne nasi Kentucky atd Indiana hickory.
lnree ute y.ara in the ai luo.-phere of tbe
or ftansax. The wheeln are run through ho
tne Hearing aro ccrrered with hot liin.l nil
or worKinaiii-mp will be made at my expenae. I
not De unuertoia.
L. A. HINCHWAfJ.
Wholesale anil Retail
J. O. I?otinocIay
1 better prrpared lhn evrr to furnish IhcState
of Texas wl!h BKbE'TI lJAll.U UW
SCNtiLK ANI IHJl BLK UAKKKL rIIOT
OLiab from Jliand upwanU. A full flocaof
Of the best ani most Improved English and
American manufacture. A'so a full stock of
BRIM RIIEI.I. I
and fnll line
lartlstiTtf ror runs a narlali w
He will euarantee a so--d wurk aa acimtlffc
mecaaniam cui prod act:. Uul and see him.
Flrt cla IT. B. certificate for one lahor of
lanii kssncai to jaaos ioyie by uia Land Board
o' Bwtrop cenntv.
I'ncoo'lilioual II R. certificate So. UI forftsO
arre or laoo lesoMi to T bonus Jtrry by the
lwq mivq ui rayiiia rinDif.
: If not bard of wnbin tiiix ty iiya wa will
af piy to is piojir otvc r tor duplicate.
W. A. U. A T. H M1LLE1. ;
oc3t9T Acenta for oaner.
Tbe aDderairned haanntr bva arnontyl aAC
mmVtrator uf Hie evLate uf ( harks MuIil Im
ceased at th SurmiW. 1KTT term of tlte coaa-
ty oart of Trans coanly potice 1 tbercfore
rlreatoail prro3 aavib; dams a; aint Ptxi
etlAlr to pmcat ta saras. aad Iboac mdrbtel
te aatdtate are notinerl to make wMmu.1
ii pijmrm. w. u. Jiiii.a Adnlumslor
d.a: avf Utceriale an Cbarka Mania dee d.
A blark bore. abost 1C hast! i!-h. taken fn-aa
my boastL attoat 1 carle sooth of LnTal s-aiiarc.
f" ti twetuy-efth. cf LVavmber. Hurae 1
"oeaaa icit snoauicr ij-.- ta .la. a .
o-l. sua white spot oa forwirad iM A
uaw.ariibaaakrupcaBVroBb.id br iO
v v antes aim anrse far f a lot
!b borae or for LcfurniaiNta ettabiui? kir t w
ere Ma. Tkl reward wi I be pad If fourd
Z . ' '" cawaiy. 1 1 r t ta ibeeottuty
half tb amuania. W. H. BlilU ilatai Matutu
TTucoap-.y TrZM. 12 7w
. . . I 4 - "
. CAN ACTCALt-T BE
-i UI.J.a!!? Sji.llli.i naimaiS 'i in n in .i i '"'. ; A
A. r . C " - '."w-Ari L i: f ra- -r-4 J.- a. - aaaaai M i a
ij.'-iVI v7v-Ai rXtk-L::.
-7i-rrr w . "i- irii as- --r:i i : t
WS HEAN IT and are prepared to dejioaitrate tie taci ' V
rOUR AUGERS are operated
iVNTEED to bore t the rateofjp fft 15 fCILEl
They are "WARRANTED TO BORE SUCCESSFULLY IN ALL
KINDS OF EARTH; SOFT SAND nnd LIMESTONE J' BITUMI-
NOUS STONE COAL SLATE and HARDPAN; arid rnake the BEST
OF WELLS in QUICKSAND- GRAyEL and CATlf EARTH S. " '.
They are Easily Operated. Simpla lat Craatniatlaa Mat Dorakla I
' '. ' ' ' The Cheapest mmt Mi Practical la that Wrl
SST. MANUFACTURED AT OUR OWN WORKS from the Very But !
Material by Skilled and ( Practical Workmen.
liOUJJ AC1IV AGEHTS Wanted in Every County tn the
vKiit.u a-i3 naj vm-u w wuuui wc
GREAT WESTERN WELL AUGER WOEKS
K?8tM tt) what Paper ya Uff
Weluvo imrchusotl and
a. ( - ( -
$5000 for a Better Liniment
. iUALLV (iOOI) FOH
n in uie .t-i ori"L i.inimi'TiL iii renrrai nnnpennia nn linn n ... r...
can be reached by a liniment. It has no snnerior
raucrviholiavouBediteaBteiify. . 1000
KAY'S KENTUCKY KONDITION POWDERsJ
roriflccureoi me vartona i ui wc 10 wmr.a
Miss. 70 riuu jvu UIV iru M H(IU WJlf UIJ. j 1 i '
aSSZaal: !ESZ.l: 'JESbLaiyV' I'VHi... i"
and have healthy rleek and vljoron slockr..
Dft'CrU Will ll.CAM nr.irT from W at VmrintnVuMs
the L'ai-.cd SlaLes TradelrnVrk iiw.r
Kver bronchi lo ILI marki-t.
Wc now offer tbe
Va in "
Ihl section of the Kttti'. lo
pr're a low a airy market and will save
.archaaea. We hr i. 7u 7 ;..7i. T.f'.:r'.I.:T""?' "cw "
freight. bcides Hme of traL.k We oi
SOO RARRKTJI SCOAR ALL nirES.
SOO HAfKS CHOICE AND I'hIMS COFTTtK i
lOI CAhK- AKTHAL AM Hf)IANT OIL. vaiarT
10OO IHliM ASOKTKITOBA(XX)liH. 7
eOO IJOf.UH AMUIACr HOLLo BAGQIIfO '
lOOO BttNDLK ARHOaV Tils. .4 v
. r 3O0O h.CKH COARSE D Tiyt "ALT. '
. 0O iiBLa tiCaaUOlAJi'b and AvAOIJC SCean 1
i ooo sacks i ttj ;aa .rn. Ji ooo
i -vuviva rjni. rrt ahii
ii AMI 8 UAU
In aCditJoa ttyha ahoy w
Woodon and WilloW "Ware Hope & Cordai
CIOAR3 LIQU0K3 m
la fact all branrhr in onr line arr rnnl
ad ruaraatce every puccliaaer aatiWaciKm. .
r1" " L'P aOT. tU than any taro hooae la onr Bne fa (hi el'y which ecab'c
to a way. rvcthe lowr.t vr- mu4 fr.ir.t ruoda. - ...... - -
THE CHEAPEST PLAGE JN- THK HTTV
BOOKS AND "STAT! ONE
StaJC' IurT? rvmtil. V Ctr; Cards. Uk f
" " 9 a aw. aaa- w. aaraa.-vsw aWSMlM avvaapav m-l 9UUSrj
HEBTTBT35 ' SOLD. AT
. . . . ... 4 ...... .
MADETTR THE ' '
entirely by .HORSE XV)Xkjl
ouct uocTu mauccmenu. ocnci lor ourr
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