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4, R, R. ICU I SOI, PROPRIETORS.
FKIIWY. (SKITKMUKU Is, ISM.
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tn..,iiitomi hHiOot hi Hip btw.t f navl
juikmi (ih mt of Hw yean. iti lv WHIiti'
i'iu rl vvr, mut un ih innlu ii irf (lis ocnr-m
A OOIKmhIh IUllr-w.1; (ulln tiilt)i
nt ,el In the i-rtiu'ttml hii)im) (hiiiit
Hr Ui omnly, -lil-n U ef (lie littuv!,
wiruii v-mIiK Htiil OiUM inilnt,,l I" Ibr
U ltluttU Yttllvy .
A mat) uever milki that lie is n
vessel of wrath uutil lit goes home
to his wife full.
Iv.x'r wait until jour life U iu
danger before you pray- Yon will
botch thejob unlet yon have had
JistE: 'I don't see how a wo
man can kiss mail who chows,"
Jack; 4,sfho bus to take her gum
. out first, of courts"
for governor ot York oil the
Uepublieatt ticket last NVcduesday
on the first ballot, nud John Ymt
inan for lieutenant-governor by e.
The song of the flow ran now tie
heard in the html. The early ralus
make sow tug time press closely up.
on theheelsof luirve4 time. Ver
ily, verily, this in the greatest coun
try on earth.
Is Vleutirt "2,112 live un
der the roof of ouo building. It is
an apartment house called tho Frie
haus. There are 1000 rooms so ar
ranged as to make 400 dwelling
houses with Kttl staircases ami thirty
I!i!.iKCK is said to I failing
rapidly in health, uud likely to die
nny day from heart failure. Every
one dies of that sometime, but Bis
marck would probably have lived
longer In harness, Mue titmi out
often the man who retires from a
busy life courts an early death. It
ishardtotrausplantauold tree and
make it live.
The city papers are all right if
you want them, but it'sthe local pa
per that advertise your "business,
your schools, your churches, your
numerous societies; sy input mm
with you in your nfllietion and re
joices in your prosperity. In short,
it is the local paper that mentions
the thousand, and one items in which
you are interested during the year,
and which" yon do not find In the
t-ity papers. Monmouth Vwineifif.
TttE president's tuUry is paid to
him in monthly installments of fl,
l(5ti.G7. The warrant is brought to
the Whit House by a special mes
senger of the treasury dcjmrtiiieut,
and after the president ha indorsed
it as he would an ordinary draft,
his private secretary deposits it nt
the Columbia Imtik. When the
president is out of town the draft is
mailed to him. Tho same method
is pursued In paying the justices of
the supreme court.
The Southern 1'aciJlc company
has purchased the Astoria and
South Coast railroad for ?5l,000,
The deal was finished on Thursday.
It will not be long until the .south
ern 1'acific will connect this piece
of road with the main line at .Sher
idanabout ninety miles, through
the Grand Hondo pass, and the
rich Tillamook and Xehalem tiiu
ber, farming, and mining regions.
This will be one of tho Southern
Pacific's best-paying lines when
The editor of the Corvallls TV,
tiuliort .Johnson, generally "speaks
out In HieeUiiV His statements
are only too true In many places
w here we have had experience In
inn iiewsimtver business, nut we
take occasion to my right here,
that there has not been one solitary
instance, in which ftuy patron of
the Wmt Sinn has tailed to pay
for the kind of publieutiousi'oforred
to Ih-Iow. We aits glad I his is the
nuiversal custom here, not only Id
ealise we are in the buslines and
make something because of the
rotisonablc view our citizens take
of such matters, but because it is
right lu Itself. Why should a
printer give live or ten dollars'
worth of printing gratis, wheu the
merchant charges full price for
the crape, nud the undertaker full
price for the easkctt Tho evil U
came such a crying one that the
lust State- lVess Asswialion was
forced to establish rules in refer
enee to the matter to lake effect
throughout the whole flute. The
It is customary the country over
that wheu a fellow citiwn dies, the
society or organuatioii to which he
may Wong pass long resolutions
of condolence to the grief stricken
relative. This Is all right, iu fact
as it ought to le. Hut the news
luiprs are always expects! to iiuti
iish thesvlong preambles, without
ptrsuasion or prion, and the custom
is getting so universal that- to re
fuse means to hurt some one's feel
iugs. The late meeting of the tu
gn l'rcs AsstM-iatiou mid thisaub-
jiH-t under diseilon and it was
uuanimousJv agreed that the print
er, like anybody else, is worthy of
his Ulr and Unit ait such noU-s
gulit to In paid for. Not ouly
this, but alt notiiH-s tr aunouuee
meuts either for the church, public
institutions, or anything eie that
has money making for its object,
sliatl t iaid for like any other ad
vert isetm-ut. The columns of the
paper are the publislier's wares
and there is no more reason for
giving them away than there would
U for the merchant to scutter his
Hour to the fore wimls of heaveii
and excet it to return inn few
days line baked bread. Herrufter
it w ill tale cash to blow your bugle
in the Tim f whether dead or
Tin; fa km hi:.? an ami:.
The i';u uters' Alliance may "fa
vor visionary schemes" m railed by
thi lr opptuicntA but there is no
denying the fact that the move.
went Inehubwa very large iiumls-r
of earnest, thlukltig firmer who
desire above utl things to ts-tter
thecoutlitioii of tho uriiuiUiiral
cl.usses, mill w ho are working ami
will work tort mil ciiil. All great
reforms are brought aUnit by gi
tat inn, and while the wildest of
tln-se "vUlou.iry schi-iuev may not
Im bnkught about, this agitation
may bring tho farmer's interest to
the fore and his condition be ma.
terially U'lictited by it. To wy
the least the movement will edu
cate the firmer up to a ls-iter un-!
dcrsttindiiig of his duties ami j
privileges. ' :
it jm u
when he took ttmv.4 f I
em or congratulations ink were
pouring In by wire upon him on
account of the news of the otlleial
promulgation of thetieiman Iioh
rial decrco rescinding tho restrle
lions njMtu Atneiicatl pol k plod
uct-s to write to his political oppo
Ueut, Uoprcseutnlive V, II. Hatch,
of Missouri, the following letter;
"H gives me great phasur to In
form you that I have been uotllled
by the representative of the tier
nmn government in this country
that; Ueriuttuy has this day re
moved its prohibition Hgiilust the
admlssioiutf American pork luti
that country, J feci assured that
you, as a representative of the
forming Interest of this country,
will rejoice w ith meal this event.
The thanks of the farineiw of the
country are due ta you for your
effort In their behalf, and tpec
laity your advocacy lsfott the
House of Hepreseiitatives of the
Fifty tirst Congress of the im .it iu
sjH-ctiou bill, without which the
above result would not have Ihcii
Mr. Charles Nickell, whose blog.
raphy apjsHinsI In our July issue,
waslhe only ivprwutatiie to the
National 'Kditortul AsH'iatiou,
held at St. J'aul, from Hregon, m
well ttslhehrst to rrprtut the
pit-ss association of that state iu any
convention. He wo one ol the
youngest, wealthut and mt sui?
eisfut of those who atfeudwl the
convention. Aofi'omi JoxrmtSiM.
To complete (he picture, thn-Zuwc
mitiM shouhl h-ivotddH that Chai.
be is haiulMiine, too. li should
have Mid that ho Is tall, wlthn
piercing eye, ami withbindm'ss in
thai eye, and is nlMi itiatrimouiatly
.-i ' , l ..
jjsh-'i "tiii i i nun uv ii n'Mjn i rv
landing nt the back of tint money '
power, we think that to sound
note of alarm would not be out of
order. Wheu stu h men a Chuun
oey M, pepow, one of the foi-euiost
repcsciitiilivcs of this very money
power, rises up nud huym
'Titty men in this Culled States
have It in their power, by reason ol
ttie wealth wlilcti they control, to
Hiine together within twenty four
hours ami arrive al an understand"
ing by Inch every whts-luf trade
and commerce may be stopped from
revolving, every ttVehiu of trade
blocked and every elect ri key
struck dumb. TIhho llfty men can
control the circulation of Hie cur
rency, and create a panic w believer
Head iiml re read It, and ss if
you do not. agree that the money
power can be as iiutociatlo as tho
.t l KAUAXt A DAW"
in undent Id itinli law n yeiirand
a day was the Hum iked .within
which certain things could is? law
fully done, I'mler thU law it
necessary to claim est rayed slock
w ill iu a year and a day, mherw tw
it Issame the property of tho lord
of the manor,' Hy the vaum law, It
a pel -mo wounded ilied wuhiii a
your ami day-, the per.m imttei
big the wound was held to be guil,
ty of murder,
Wit vr's the matter with Mayor
U'Arey, uf Adem, as a Hcmocratic
noiuiiiw lor Congr.wf ll'there t?
a thorough self made man hi Orgou.
a man who is every inch a man ot
the jH tiple, it is I'eter U'Atcy.
He would carry Marion , county
the Kcpublicau strongliohl-with
H rattling vote, uud wherever up
right maoluHid, thtu-imgh honesty
of purpose and klndurwa of heart as!
MUM man anil m in are appro
elated, 1 1" Any w ould lead, There
is no sham, no preteiixe, uo milk
and water puniphatulle hand shake
io IVtt-r. mill llM AVi-iVw ii'-..-l 1
his name with pride ami pleasure.
IttHnbui tf AVnVic.
Xew ll u eu i'(-Me" (lem. sj ,
a prominent )oitctat reiuaiked
Miue winks ago, "When we come
to Mir.ltill'l' iH.illli- e IHUhI lint till
n ly part (sail rule, He nud
Cleveland have grown iaimeawiira.
blv -iute the I'l'inuiH campaign ot
l-sst, und that ,too, along the linns
of Midi hfj;h lotted staleistnanshlp
as this nation Is not everlwdencd
with. " The truth of thU obwi v.
tiou utiht strike forcibly tluw who
have wati hixl closely the ere rs of
tin two men silo e that time.
WHO WILL BE THE REAPERS?
n-ii,ii ttliu (.!!,,, , ft,, .,,.,1M,,
HiHwuHiy In in. un- . 1 1 lumn In ivi,m,,i,.
I i.iir o- i,it Hnl imiiiiiii urk im r.il
POLITE SCCIETT AT hO:.!E 4N0
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III lw unmt, 'I in. I...,n fiMUHlim w n.vol
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u'.".. "U '"r"1'')' W. Nui-ntilMI rmiiilriil.
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Ill-ll, Aitarm, U , Mil. 1. 1 U
;;i Mmih -ii.-.-t. ki, Wotu. ( til,
N-i(I.i l ln-n-Uy (IV4-H Until hmn It limy
euiin-m Oioi (lit- i-o-iwriiierMiiii iirrti(,rii
lll Iwlnv-li 1 N.Joiim ,,4 o II.
in IM- ina--i,m , I'oil, )ii,,if, tm.m,
h Oil. iU itmolvml liy umliini wmwnl. J,
N.Jiw mnt) sliai W.Miri.ieai ok.
llrm.itnil iillatiimtii ituoitHid Hon iioii m
wia to J, N, Juus Siim
l-l. Ol,,.. , JM
lnKeiswis,'M,Or. ou, . i'rt
Monitor Steel-frame Drills and Seeders
Oliver's Steel and Chilled Plows
Steel-frame Spring-tooth harrows, etc.
oodman & Douty's
AGENTS FOR POLK COUNTY.
n. Largest Stock
W. O.' COOK'S
lr ee.ts the 1,'oscbuig hhipper
SUleru toiightis-(i eentta bitshid to
get wheat to Portland. And yet the
people of that town iveeiil y wm.
signed to the llames a sulwertption
I'urthe loKteUnig and Coos l'.ay l!,it.
ro.-nl, which would put their wht
at dci p wilier fr el;: lit to ten t-enlja
,"t I I.N Vl.-h!il'i.hei!!lt U lie.
cliitiug fuM, and In r physicians reg
ulate her diet more Miicity limn
i .t itU) I he
M"i i,;e i-iHitim or
i;iMS." looks, When ut WMlk,
llkea Uo ttpplelitice. In tiio. i Ii-oim-s Im o eiei vd ( Hecoill-
ami sp ith are very Imyi.ih, Jtul j inodite dn(j-i-v ofirtiils butter ur
the (liu of geiiiui thiuen lu i)-o!litr l-erUhabiM prducts, Wlo u
keen, gray eyes, and the rle.ir eui j oi h uttlchw ure t-t lt, hhipptt
Can be found at
J. F. O'DON NELL'S.
Wall Paper, Picture Frames.
SUCCESSOR TO H. O.
mwtrils uud brouj fordoad Indi
cate strong mental activity.
Though comparatively a young
man, the occasional gleam of tol -very
hair tells the story of application.
they .in- ii.-l left on the pbtloilii
to bake and slew iu ll;t-hoi win, but
are held in the ftrgi room until
the moment of shipping. Such
things uie need-d in Amerlcuii
ft Hit shipping disiricls.
ill k;fv.-r mm
The result of the election to
come off in Ohio in November will
1... l,w.li-.il f..ri.i tii'd In with fri-.il
...r ...i.i Tl.
workers 01 luuc Biate nave set- uieir
liearte upon the defeat of John
Hherman, tho author of the contrac
tion of the currency by destruction
of greenbacks first, and then by
the demonetization of silver, und
who now proclaims that it would
bo "revolution" to restore silver to
its place as full legal tender money.
It is the motive that more than
anything dsn renders 1111 action
good or bad. However fair the
looks of an nd ion may be, if the
right motive bo wanting the action
is hollow; if tho motive be a bad
one, the not ion Is rotten to Uiu core.
Who cares for an outward seeming
or show of friendship or affection,!
unless the heart be also friendly or
affection ate! Who docs not prize, a
rough outaide, when it covcra mi
honest inside, more than the most
' fawning fondness from u heart that
is cold and false! TIiih it is right
to indst on the principled for their
own Bake, because tho principles
give, their value to the notion, not
to the principles. The principles
are the gold on which the stump is
to be put; if tho gold be not good,
thcHtamp, though it may often du
ceivetho people, give it no real
worth. Ho let honest und worthy
motives bo the incentive to action,
and thereby gain a name Unit will
be a sure passport to the world's
(Vi,M.t, ciimis Miri'im
! who was Adji.t in'-'e-u- nt on (ien j
end Leo's itaff leits nu Interestim !
story of (Jeitersd Wise and 1 he Mir ;
render nt Appomattox, Wise!
came riding down the road furious
ly to w here (ieiiend I-e and his
uif were s;rouM-d He won
witit mud from head tu
it-cl-i. r.iere wir groat splotches
.il mud li M-d and caked upon hi."
(,m Addressing (Inner.! bee he
asked, iu a theairical voice: "Is il
true, General Lee, that you have
surrendered.' "Yes, General Wise,
it is true,'' "I wish to ask you
then one piestion. What is to be.
come of my brigade, General I,ee,
und w hat is to become of mef"
General I,ee looked nt the splashed
warrior fur a full minute, and then
said eui mly and in alow tone, '"Gen
al Wise, go and wash yourself,"
The encampment of the Or.-gon
National Guards, held iu July at
The Dalles, only cost the taxpayers
of tho statu ilJ.Oild. And not a
lithe of that amount of good was
accomplished. The truth is, our
recent Jegiidutu res have been be
sought by so many jobbers, that in
order to get u meritorious lull passed,
the honest legislator is inveigled
into the notion that he must vote
for the other fellow's job, or a diro
opposition will I rained against
his measure. The recent municipal
elections In Oregon show that the
remedy Is an lmlentMiuent; move
ment. Speed the day.
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Al I. RIMIS OF
NKW (JOOIiS AKIMVIXG KVHHV WI-HC
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years Uie Standard
Farmers and Merchants
Capital Stock, - - $500,000.
VV. F. Uite.
J. I., ( "WAN,
U, i', Sixpmih.
51, Hf-l-I im.
Aw l n.i-rffli'j .
.1, 11. Wmii-hai.
H"- ),inl jliiitr.
I . A. toll. m,
It.it. II. M. Hlmliitti, I'liliif .limit nf tlm ",m iif Cmirl; (!.., Ji.lm lliirinill. ri i-JtlilM'i-ol
On- Hiiir,-i,,.-1 min; Mull, .1.1. W 'lln'r(ir.l, VlliirlivV, Kiidi, M-iiith.n linn,
J, I., (imilll, l'r.l.lnl I. Inn U.iinlv Nullminl liuiih; tt, t', llin.l. .M'T.'lailil
II. I". hniil.., (,'iijillnll.l: M, Mi-flilTk-, .Mir.'lmit; J. I), VV rMoOitOI, '
l'niltIM; I.. I'nlcj, 1'Mj oKlrin.
I'remiiiiu receipts since organization,
L ihses paid since organizal Ion, .
.Surplus as seeurily to policy holders,
EBffl 1 11, te! ifa!;,liJ!;i!i!!t!,b:i.
We have enlarged our store
room, and filled It Jam full of
new goods, and feel safe in
saying that we have the best
selected and largest stock of
Dry Goods, including
and Staple Dress Hoods,
M.V ! k l nnw nniiv nmlite tlmn ever ln-fri. Shall W Ira-w-d to tii.vo
.nil III,, i-u-.imir ( Hie More ciioliliue irnitiiiir, untl linH lu UuUitv tunny to
....... ,. , m-.i.iv. iii rt'iiMrtiuii woo toy hiure in it
mORAIU Hi K)P
j When- mn Mint hi ran lie tvpiind or nmiiufin-t urnl undt-r tlit liiamitremeut
! of M. A. HAKKll.
lieioriiiU-r the tiiime ami itiiee,
V, E. GOOOFLL, - Mam : treet, Independence
The lioscbiirg 1,'cpirw nominates
V. II. D'Arcy, mayor of Malum, us
the lleiuocriilii; uomiiieii lor con
gress. The Democracy could not
put up n more utile or popular man
but Mr. D'Arcy would hardly be
brought to accept the empty honor
of n nomination, only lo Im badly
beaten. ,S'i'i!;i HlntimHin,
The. ShtlrHmaii should not Im too
sure about uutrunspircd political
events. If Mr. Hermann docs not
take the nomination upon the Jto
r.n t ,1 i t l ii-ket next venr. llinl 11'
i II. D'Arcy should he nominated j p"g QQ BlCQCh
upon inn jieinocruMc. iiesei, ineu
It, J. Hendricks, of tins Sahuii
NlulmiiiiH might wake up the morn
j jtir aftr-r (he election to find il dense Th Druggist l ! t"n wli-i il rut. nr
,,i t - 1 'i I Uitm n lilll ol in y .i-iai'iit1(iLH wilt linvo IiIm
foU had Settled llOWII OVcr HIS Oril- iminii miiloil in Oil nilvi-rilM'iiii-nt. Mytuvp.
( nut n i'iihhi'II'' In Un- Ni-iiw In vlilt-lt Untl
K-rm in Hiitilnrly HMxt.liiil. iH-nimnciiily lii'iui
IIIIkh. II -i-t!iUi it mill, miiMiitti, I'li'iir, v-lvi-ty
Kkln.iimt ly ilinlv . niiliiiilly innki Hut
I'litntilrxliili Ni-vi-rul NhiiflrN whlur, 11 Im ii inn.
Mliinl pmlt-f-tlitu li'itin tht' t'fh-i-H (itxili ftml
nliiil utid iro'i-iii Mitiiliiirti himI tr.-i-h 1-h: uuii
IllltclOll-lllIn Will IH-VIT I'liltld H llllll yntl IImii II,
It rlcilliJw! I In- liu-t' llir Ih-Mit Oiiii niiiiii mill
witlf'r.uotirtMlu'ftiiiiil liiilllnuiOH"-hlii tl-'itii'ii,
mill tlnin pri'Vi'tit tliti tiiriiiHllun ut tvrltiUli'M,
II ItlVl-H l-l t hl'Hlllll'IIR, f'lt'HI'lll'IH, Itllll HtlllHIIIl.
iiohm ol h) 111 tluil ,ymi hull whim ii lliiln ulil.
Kvrry htity, yininif itr iiIiI,imi,:IiI. in iik Ii , It
Ifjvi-M ii morn yoiil lil'ul iimf-aritiii'4' in miy Itiily,
mill llial. iM-riiimii'iilly, it I'liiituliiii nil m-lit,
(mwilt'i-, mil-ill Ulil I, Mini Im hm liui'mim n ilcv,
mid iih itmii'Milnii tu I lit oil In ii" iliiw la to Hit)
llnwi'r, I'i'U'i', l. lit nil iIiiiiikMm iiiiiI Imlr.
tlri'MMi'i'H, or ill VI I'm, Uorvn Kt- (iniiiuin'M tHnti.
IIIiiiii'iI. lull I'tml Mlri'H, Sun I'Vniii'liii'ii, wlii'rii
Mini Iri'iild Imllitu for nil liltMiilxlii'n nt I he fmv
nr lluUMt. I'HtlU" ul II llltllvlli'ti ti'i-iltl'lt hy li't.
ttr, H'-ll'l Mlllllii Stir lll-r lllllll hunk, "llnw Ul
lie Ileum Hill." ,
Sampl bottl inulh il lii'ti to un.v Imly
nu ii'i'i'liil ol IIH' In mnniw In ny lot1 t,Mitu
litnl iiirklh. Jiiitly itui'iitM wmili-il,
OPENS SEPT. 18, 1891.
CIUJIIHR Of M't'OY iirrmiai'tl Mpn.MMly
to iiint-l. thn iiti'tlM of thf inriiiliiK mill tun.
I'llllllll'HI 1 1 OT. f HI fllllNlllltS
l.inyo, t'iiititiiniUim, Mini trrll-vt'iitlliilpil
1 1 1 1 ttifaj-M. TlH't'tilloitu In Ini'Hlml In a mint.
vntci min i iirlMllmi rnniimniH v, mill In nun
nt tin- liMllthli'M i'i'lii.n nt tint at itt t-.
Expensoi nd not xod $1,60 for
the entli- tesalon,
Two or Mitirn I 'rt't" MinliimliliHi trniu hvitv
enmity. W rllf Inr I 'iiiiilnuiii' In
u. 1 1, AH.MO.n, I'rt-n., ( oevnltld, or.
Wrap:? and cloaks, doves,
ladies' and children's underwear,
boots, shoes, men's, boys', and chil
dren's clothing, rubber goods, hats,
trunks and valises, etc., etc., and we
cordially invite you all to come and
Oiirt'H (lift wnt'Ml riwfn of fitf-k ht min burn
loWM'-HK, MMlll pHlcltutt, illitif nml lilt Nklll
I'Ii'imIIm'-w. l'rUt, fliii'tiih"- niul i.
ti"'Mvt No Humpl fiiti be Nt-iit, l.mly u'nlif
iimtiimM itrn 1'or B.iln tiy wlioli-Hitltt (Ivhl-u-hI in
rl)l iit,"i mid vvwy clly wt ol U.
I'-nvlliMHl, Mroiinii, A, V, ArttiMroiitf. t'liit,
Hfrtlit'h li'iul: lUt'U Al. Ciii.i.HiK, Kitietn, OffdUll,
fiiim -uu-uiwHttf Khtily, Mtiiii rut 14 of Million,
0'lM mMIiiii IiMtitl(ll"tM Oio voir, Hi (id f Hid Adltilt-
trti ut tiny iimv, tiittlngtm iVuin ltlior ntlmol, i)v.
MI!S. A. M. UUULRY,
Noit to Inrt(i.ui1i)iic Nmlonl Dmilt.
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Are the leaders, and their Fall Stock is ready
for inspection. They are still in the front
raok w ilh the most complete stock of
In Polk county. This house has the oldest
record of any house in the city, nnd their fa
cilities for doing business nre untspmled by
any firm in the valley. Their large facilities
for doing business, together w ith the fact that
their purchases tire mostly lnsule direct from'
the factories, taking advantage of all the dis
counts there itro iu sight, enables them' to
Bpeukwith confidence lit) to their place being
ft safe one to place an account or to
SEE OUR STOCK -and
get our prices DEPOSIT YOUR MONEY,
We are sure that we will use you as
white as the old Jirm has been doing,
and are prepared to show you a great
many more goods. Truly yours,
l-Vclinir sure that you are getting value ro
eel veil, hi the future, as in the past, kind
und courteous attention will be given to their
customers. Their stock is so large nml varied
Unit to mention urlieles would be an impossi
ble ta.sk, And they respectfully invite the
public lo take a look before purchasing their
SUCCESSORS TO J. L. STOCKTON.