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THE EUGENE CITY GUARD.
SATUItDAY .APRIL.14, I8S.1.
'j . 1
Dibli uf Kotloni. '
Tlio largest national kU in tin
world is owed ly Frnnw. It amount
1,683,840,003, or $117 79 for tvery
man, woman and child in tlio country.
Next conic Russia with J.314.609,
.898, tlio deU per capita lining eonsid
' eraMy lito than tliat flf Franc-, Imt
carccly less liurdcnsoine, owing to tlio
poverty stricken and half civilized char
acter of tlia majority of the jmpula
tion. The dedd of the Herman Gov
ernment in stimll, liecaurfe of the. adlier
ance to a strict jmlkycf taxation
whereliy tho current expenses arc
annuully met, hut tlio Imrdens arn nl
most unbearalily large, notwithstand
ing, liecausn of tho immense, standing
army. Crrat IJntain owes ?.'1,814,
BOO,O0O, or $109 01 per capita, l.nt slm
is rich enough to stand it for tin.' tin-sent,
at leant, if she. in not wiso em ugh
to enter upon a system of reducing it.
Tho people of tint United Htates groan
under the weight of a deU of ahout
$ l,700,000,000,or 3 1 per capita, with a
country possessing thn richest certain
tin of development of an in the
world. .Still a del.t of even that
amount in not a thing to 1m proud of.
"Tim Hina'ler it grows the better it look.
"Tho consolution tho comparison pr
RontH is that we aw much better off
than our friends across thn Mea.
Hie .cw Ma't Mump.
Tho FoNtofliee Depf.rtnieut has
agreed upon thn design for the new
two cent postogo stamp for first class
matter, and the work of printing for
distribution mid suln will shortly be-
gin. The medallion of Washington in
1 panel in the most prominent feature,
and half round the top "V. H, 1W
tago" !h placed. Thin in a departure
from thn present system, where the
initial "IT, S." are used. At th
lower portion of the stump the word
' "Two Outs" aro situated, divided by
' the figure 2. The design in conspiiu
v oun for i(H plainness, mid there is an
'. absence of any decoration not in keep-
ing with the HiihjM. Tun likeness of
Washington has been pronounced per
r. feet by all who have mien it, and it in a
irpy of the head of the. painting in the
"East Itooin ot the President's house.
Tilly is the bulwark of the politi-
cian who Im no money.
The brij;liHt lives hive grown from
1 the darkest places.
A man is a reformer when the other
fellow ha the oHice.
The Dninocntia motto is: Kconnuiy
in all public olliocH and fidelity in all
A political mistake only amounts to
a crime when you get left.
Missouri has just sent another negro
murderer straight to heaven. There,
at all events, is where he said he was
Hrief sermons are the Miortoiit pat I s
Niskiyoi? cou.NTV, Cal., offers Ikiuh
ties for the scalps of wild animals, and
great is the destruction waged ly hun
ters. As a consequence stock is pro
tected and thrives Utter, which amply
illustrate the benefits ot a bounty law.
Oregon should have just such a one,
and if our legislators do nothing else
next year, they ought to give it to the
people. The deer-skiniu r, whose oc
cupation vns destroyed by the game
Jaw, could thus find congenial employ
It is said that all Knuhuul is literally
a morass and winter wheat is rotting in
the ground and whatever may happen
tho harvest will bo a poor one this
year. The news from Germany is of
the most pitiable nature. Europe will
will this be dependant upon the U.
K for food supplies to an unusual
The Portland Daily Standard an
nounces that it intends appearing on
and after May 1st, with full telegraph
io dispatches, The Democracy needs
a State paper hadly, and wo believe
the Standard can l made to pay if
rightly managed. We wish the Stand
The Democratic Uom still boomeih.
Cleveland, Ohio, which has been stead
fastly Republican, a few dayi siuce
elected a Democratic Mayor the sec
ond in twenty year and the entirw
city ticket by over 3,000 majority.
The people of Lane count am in .
more prosperous condition than for years '
pat, notwituanding the freezing out
c tho Fall sown grain.
Kioku City, April 10, 18&X
Kditom Guard: It Us matter of no mull
Intercut to ttit people f Western Oreyoji, thst
now we r shout to Ik pltued in direct com
iniiiilcaticn wltb the esutern eUtes, thut new
Indiwtiles srs developing sud notably 'ienrf
them, the finding of a market for our fruit.
W sll know hoir tlit every yer thouiwnds
nd thouniU of InulieU of tlio Unt fruit io
allowed to go Ut wto, twii: eaten y the
h'va, nik no eonaiilentble siuount ri-niiwd
therefrom. Now we have amount u, a mun
from Miimeeotn, s Mr Ilickn, who hoe come
here for the sole and express pnrNMe of pnr
chaniiii' the fruiu of tide nootloii of country
ami erettintf In onr town a eanncry and fruit
drftr on s lanje scale, so ai to offor a market
for all the available fruit that w at sll suita
ble for eale, ainoniM u siel ri'lit at home.
Some fruit will ! nhlpeJ (reen, in r paitic
ularly applre thU year, and hureafter K.'ni,
piuml and chcrri-e.theN Y H Knotbeinx like
ly to be oiened eoon enough to admit of the
(hipiiient of the but named kind, thin ypar in
their (jrefii etnte. Now whilat Jlr Hicks hut
cemt for the purHMe of nuking mniry out of
our fruiu it U an yet an experiment with him
u to what he can do an I one which he pro
nw to tent at the preevnt time.
Hhould he lie able to puruhaee ami idiip thin
fruit at a price which which will leave Mm a
fair ruarxin for hie labor and cnpitil, ho will
continue and if not, of con mo he will ipiit the
hujinene. It seeim therefoie to fie writer
of thin, who ii iu no manner or way lnUrexUd
with Mm, tfiat it wuu'd etaud to tlmee of lie
who have fruit fur aale to furnlxh it l him, of
gov! quality at each reaeoualde prices that he
will feel encouraged to go on an I ilevelop the
fruit indutry to its fullest ext.-nt. Itcimni
bcr that In ae!lini( Inivo q'lantitioa thut oun
cannot exiect to get the aanie price thut you
do at Mtiil and that money is mule in these
enUrprieei by the amuint of bufiiut wi that cuu
be done at email lua-hjn m'.liur than ly l.irge
profits, and email ipiantitiee. If every f.ir
mer can, from hie orchard and produce and
aave enough more than he now doe, to pay
bin taxes ami contriliute amneivlnt to bin other
expenm. it i a clear profit, ami s Inrje
amount in the oreKute.
'llierefore, 1 eay iet all who liuru fruit to
cli)(e of, not try to get the t-xtr. priivn
but rather for the pnwut at leit Im willing
to sell their auridue fruit cheiip ami thu fiml
a raily market for turner quantitieuiid Im in
triimenUl iu eitnbli!iiii a luin -s tli.it will
inure to the hvtihg end great iKiulit of them
xelvm and their iivlghlmif.. S.
" FHKK OK COST.
IK. Kino's Nkw IMhcdvkhv fur Cot.n;inip
tioim, Coughe and I'oIIh. Axthina, I'.nou liitm,
etc., in given away in trial liottles fn e of coet
tit tho allliited. 'If you haves severe tiuigh,
dilliciilty of lireathiiiK'. luureeiiuwi nr any ttllw
tinn of the throat or Iiiiik' by all iiieuiiHgist
thin wonderful remedy trial. As you value
your existence you cannot ittFord to let thino.
ikii tiniitv liaxs. We c-Kiild not, ami would not
give this remedy awny mhUh we knew it
would aocomplLili what we claim fur it. Thoint
snde of hojieleiM cimce have already liei-u cum.
pletely cureilliy it. I here la no medicine in
the world that will cure one half the cam that
DlL KlMl's N'KW lIlm'OVKHV Wild, ( TliK.
For mile hy Wilkiim the 1 niggiit aud Mnlliol
liui'l, .Iiiik tern City. IIoiIk'i", lhivls ahil Co.,
WhoU-wilu Agent, I'ortlaml, Oregon.
ItlfClvLK.Vft AUXIUA KAIA'K.
The It KMT S.vi.VK in the world for ItruixcH.
rulo, Sores, I'lirn , Suit l.'lo'iiin, Kovitr Soiv.i,
letter. ( lutiiiH'd llnU, I hilliliiimi. niiiH.am
nil k'ndn of .Skin KniKilu. 'l'hln aidve U guar-
auteed to give Ivt-rlcut Nitiltvtiiin in every ciikc
or money rvfumlrd. I'rh U.'i cte iht Ihix. Kor
mile liy Wll.KIN's, the Uru.-ut, ICugenu City.
Mulholland, Jiiuetiun I ity.
oiiall, Cull or Norc Tliroul
hould lie nto -.t. Xerflet't fiviuentlv rewult
In an Im iiralilo l.iniir lllen or u
uiiillon. UO,.4 MIIOMIIIVI.
' IKM III.Nare rrrialu lu ultrreliMIn
AklliniH llriini-hlllo, 'ouli, Hlarrli,
oiiKUiiiHlve and lliroal lUcnic,
Kor ;WI peine the Trochee haw Uen recom
luendi'd hy phyxiciiOis, ami always ive per
feet eatiMitctiun. They un nt new ur un
tried hut having Iwen tented by wide an I (un
Htaut im fur nearly an entire generation, they
have attained well merited noik unions the few
etnpltf remedimi nf the age. I'lllllic MIOIlk
er nml HhiKei-H ue them to clear ami
trengthen the Voire MA at L'.'iceuU a box
Are You Exposed
To iiinlarinl itilhiuievt? then prutect ymir
ynteiii by lining I'arker'e (liiiLii-r I'unii-.' It
IrtMiiitheiis the liver and kidney to tl.n.w
uir iniiUniil poitont, and i g.H.d fur f,ri.i nil
debility and nmmiMim.
KXTK !! I'lJISINl! I :; I ' i r. I ST.
Mr K M Wilkin, the live llriivr i.,t uf Hie
town, la always up to the times and ro.i ly to
meet the demands uf his until v eivti mere, lie
has just received a supply ot lliat wmileiful
remedy that Is astonishing the world by its
marvelous cures, I )il KlNu's Nk'.v Miw ovt in
for Consumption, Antglis, Colds, Astliiua,lbty
Fever, Uronehitis, 1'btliisin. Cnmp, WluNipin'g
Cough, Tickling in the Throat, l.o.-s of Voi.-e,
lloaraeness or any alfection of tho Thnutt or
Lunge. This remedy positively cuivs, as thous
ands can testify. If you do not Ivlieve it rail
at WilkinV Prug store and get n Tti il Itotth
rHK'K or cost or s regular suo Imttle for one
dollar. As vou value your life, give it trial
am) he convinced, i s thoiuin Is alrvadv have
leeu. Mulholland, .lunetion City. I lodge,
Davis ft Co Wholesalti Asents IWthoid.
nOTIIKUM ! mTiil I
Are you dlsvurbevl at ni;ht and broken
...... I... ..1 .1. .1 -I 1 .i- . .
: - , , nun i'iaru m
your rest hy a sick child sulft ling and crying
with Uie rxcruciatiiiw' uiin of cuttim- teeth '
so, K at once ami get a Mtle of Ml!
WlVSI.tlW'S Si io I'll I Vi : sivdimi
will relieve the poor little au'furer iininediately
1 hfre is not a nitiflii.p mi AAtl. ..l... i.
, . , ....in rves
useil it. u-ha u i I ull ...... .1 .i
Will regulate t m kitv.i . ... I . . . . .i .
m'kiiri, nil., n-liei nI, llrilIII tllO Chilli, Ml.
"""'" ";'. ii is jieiieouy sale t m
ill ui UMn. lull iii.-ikniitii t. il... . ... ... i
tho prwauripti m of one of the oldest and Im,
ie.iiM nrsiuans ami nurse in the I nitcd
SUtea. Sole everywliero. "5eenU a U ttle.
Fire! Fire! Fire!
e'.'.OOO worth of Ikx.U and slim. .lLl.tlv
damaged, which will he .td at cs.t for the
nrxUOdava. WiKKIMi M
. o. Mom, ii. c. Hi iiriiKrv, w. t. rvvr.
ory. Attoirey Cajiirr.
LANE COUNTY BANK.
IIOVKY, HUMPHUKY Jc ClX
EllQENE CITY, - . 0R.
IVwiu rwelreil subject to check.
Icns wu,!, 01 approve,! seinriti.n. I
Sight Drsfu drawn on !
PORTLAND, RAN HUNC'IStO AND
NEW York. I
Ebi 'ri,,cil,l Cities of ;
i'olhetioas nift.l. ah 11 . lH. i L .
ruL.. . i i" fc'rner.u
lfnkif bu.ini trmniuu.1 ..r.i.i.
-SIX'CISSOUS TO THK
Lanfe Co. Mercantile As
sociation. We would announce, to the citizens of this
county that having purchased the entire rtock
of merchandise of the Lane County Mercantile
Association considerably below the original
cost, anil having suiieu largely incixni uy re
cent purohasee Jor cash, our etock is now
;inl iVecond to PVoiic!
In this county. Wo cordially invite a careful
examinstion of our stock, as we know we can
give you satisfaction both in good. and rices
Our Aim is to Sell tne
Best Goods for.the
Cull am! examine ourgi isls and be convinced,
even if you no not wish to purchase. Wu al
wayi take pleasure in showing goods and giv
All kinds of produce taken at highest tnnr
LIBERAL DISCOUNTS FOR CASH.
TO THE FRONT,
4 M) WOULD SAY TO THK PUBLIC
J.. that I am agent at Kuene for the fol
lowing machinery and farm implements :
.1. I. CASE & VO.'A H HADE US AD
THItlvSIIEKS; Scporatirs in three styles.
WOODMUKV A PITT'S PLOWS ,
POKTAJILK. STATIONARY aud Tli.VC
DIAMOND FEED MILLS;
10 NY SAW-MILLS, single and double
STUDEIlAKKlt P,ROV WAOONS, cm
hruiMiij thim'ilo and sted slieins, iron rj-es,
wide and narrow track ;
STUDKP.AKKK lillOS.'HACICSand light
vehicles, embracing ei;ht different styles, tlie
new platform springs and half platfuriu spring
hacks, three, ami four spring hacks, and half
spriug hacks, all of the latest mid ueutcit stylus
WILLI AN' DEKIiINU'S TWINE ItlN'D
EUS aud MOWERS, with many new improve
ments for 1 SS3 :
J. I. CASE & CD'S MTI-!l'L P.K.VM, CKN-
Tick draft nd wood p.kam plows,
the only .low in the ndti hrt a complete success
in sticky land, thirty diltcreiil varieties.
.1. I. CASK ft CD.S VIURATINO and
TIIOS. HOLMAN'S FANMN'c; MILL,
took first nri.e ei State I'.iir at Salem ;
RANDALL'S ROLLlN't! itAltROWS.
Wt' have extras for all our nfucbiiivry'i
I lultrt fo slv one farm ff K) ', all un
der temv, with limis, burtf ami oTchaiil. Price,
$12. .VI t er'n.- K'i- ai in will buy rt!0 acres,
himtly under feifc'C, ith g.s.d hmise, barn and
Call and sec JT. (ICAVIdt.
EUROPEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Tickettsold toiuid fruiuall of Oregon,
Washington, Idaho and Montana at (iiik.ati.v
Iii-.ih'ckii and l.otti.tT rvKiiii.K h.vrw over the
Nuiiril Okiimax 1.i,iiviSii:amhihpCo,
Hamiii mi AvintU AS P.vKrr Co.
WiiitkStah I ink Stkvjisiiii' fu.
Amkhicav Link Stkamsmm ci.
Apply vemona)Iy or by letter to
OLfcNDORFF, HARVEY & CO, Agents,
10 Washington St, National Bank Building.
P. O. Box ;iH. IViitlanii, Ok.
KCTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
"VOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
ll the copartnership heretofore existing be
tiveenthe firm of Melsuii A Van Winkle was
disndvvd by mutual consent the 27h dav of
November, ISSi. All persons indebted tons
will please settle the samtt with (ieo. Melson.
tieo. Melson will continn.. tK.t Kna:..u.u i
r sHH'tfully asks the contnuj:iiue of the int.
ron.yof the people. Mr. M. Van Winkle
ims wTii rttuuueti to worn tor the new firm.
JUNCTION DIHECttJTrrr .
CKXTVlVVHt tll'l'DV cTinit. .
uwn, ri r irsi class i earns, ISugirin, tip.,
to all isiinu at reasonable ratee. Hay and
PTSin for sale. H.nd.ii.ylrC.rvalli nUjfa.
. Time and Expense Saved.
llsM workers are suhjevt t- bilions at.
iKssirnm; cni in dangerous illness
I'arker s Gimrcr Tonic Um tk l,.l i I
liver Mi'. and prevents sickness, tiin.andi'
rut.. W... l"n' I r
NOTICE IS HEREBY filVKK THAT
by virtue of an Kxecutiim duly issued
out of the Circuit Court of the State of Ore
gon for the County of Lane, by the C lerk
thereof and to me directed, oil tu-wit: Msrcl)
28th, 1S8, upon a jnilgmcSt aud decree of
foreclussre rendered in said court April lift i,
1882 iu favor of C H Chrisman. lilaiutilt,
and against J B Underwood ami M I Under
wood, I.U wifo, John Wl.ftcahcr, ('. L
Wray, Eugene Real Estate 'oiiisupr, I hsrfcs
Ijiier, sdministrator of the eMiite of James
;.slcl.ild, dee'd, ami W W Thsyer, K P
Earhartsid E. II inch, lionrd of Commis.
doners for the sale of sd I lands and the
nisnst;ninunt of the coinnn n bcIiim.I fund for
the Statu of Oregon, defendants, fur the sura
of thTee tiotivaiid four bcndred ami ninety
foorsnd 1li-HH dollars (::il!)4.l(i) and lor
costs and disbursements and excuses of
sale, and for the foreclosure of the rnort(;.iged
pruniscs described as f-.illows, to v.it: Coin
niencing iU feet North of the South-wcit
comer of Lit 7 in block No. 8 in Skinner's
original donation in Ijmio county, Oregon,
now in the City of Eugene, Lanu County,
Oregon, the said "point liein'j tlio tenter of
the North wall of the biiirdini; known as the
old Stone Store, situated on the cnrtier of
Eighth and Willamette streets, in said city,
running thence North 27i feet, thence East
80 feet, thence South 271 f'Ct, ti.enco West
through the center of said North wall 80 ft. to
place of beginning: comiii.inilio mo to levy
upon and sell the above described morlfagcd
premises and all the right, title and interest
J B Underwood And M I Undcrwood,hi wife,
had or held therein Jit the date of the exe
cution of said mortgage, to-wit: Januar-8,
1878, pursuant to said decree.
Now therefore by virtue of said execution
and to satisfy said judgment, with interest
thereon at the ruto of 12 per cent per annum
from April 19, 18S2, together with costs
sud accruing costs, 1 will sell the abnru do-
..ril.a.l i.u.rl.r-KU.il I iTl'lll ISP at llllblic SIIC-
tion to tho highest bidder, for cash iu hand,
at the Court House door in Knocno City,
Ijine Cou.ity, Oregon, on
.Hominy, t!ic :HMl Any of April,
At the hoar of oue o'clock P M of said day.
t l, 'mi I t till f.-f T
I. II. Ij.l.lll 1H.I.II,
Sheri'F of Lnite Co., Or.
Dated Man 31, ISfl.
CJEALED BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED
IO at the council chamber in Dunn's Hull;
Saturday evening r.t 7 o'clock) April 7, 1 SS3.
for the bulldiiiL' of an engine hue. J fans
and speciheutions may be seen at the office ot
the City Keenrilcr. J lie committee reserve
the right to reject any or all bidSi
By order of building coinnlittec.
The Midily bred trottinsr stallion "Sir Wai
ter," jet black, sixteen hands hih, weighs
thirteen hundred lnuinds. His carriage is
stvlish and lie lias it iiistiI of " J.i Inw trotted
in 2:2i, and ml the day after the making of the
record of 2:3."ii Won thu two utile and repent
He is A direct ilesceiulatit of Jiiiiwted Mes-
seier, tiiu renowned sire of thu greatest trot
His colls are niiioh rotrjht .1ftcr nnd ciiin
niund the hi.fhnt prices.
Sir Walter wat hired by Marioil; he tf M.mi
brino Chief ; hi by Maiuliriilo I'aviliaster ; he
by Manibrino: he by Iitipurted .L:scngcr.
Dam, Lun' Island Btackhnwk rtinr ; she by
Andrew .laekson; be by Bashaw; he by OteiiH
B.ishaw. Eirst dim, Silly iMll'cr, she by
Maiiibrilio, s.a of old uil.ii'.ed Meaion,-cr.
He will urike the' m-asun uf ls,l ut Eiu'ene
City. I'or fm tlur particilais, s e
01LL& VAN WINKLE.
rnHH WELL KNOWN STALLION
.1 will stand the cnsinn fvan.n at the fol
ECO EM) -At Sl, wavU Sfedde, Thuw
days, 1'Vidiivs and Saturdays.-
CBESSWELL - .Monday. sTuclay nnd
Eur further particulars empiire of
.i..Mr.S Ji.Vl'ES, Owner.
r WILL STAND MY lioi.'SK "CON
L tJUEiiOII," at Stewart's Stable, in
Tuesdays. Wedneschus. 'n.iirv.l,, u V.:.U...
and Saturdays; and at
Sundays and Mondays, for the season uf !S:l.
...."un in is'niu ii iiiij in, irwvj.
For further particulars see
To all whft nrw Ri,ir..ruil Inuii ll,n I
indisi-retiisis uf v.Miili 1... i i..
decay, loss uf iiKinboisI, Ac, I will send a recipe
tliut (. .11 ... I'll in Sm. . . I.
1 Ins great remedy was discovered by a mi,
sionary in Smith America. Send a self ad-
.uriwii l'lli-lliis III (lie liKV. JOStl'll 1. INM IS
Station D, New York City.
I Ms powder never variea. A nianl ..f i
pnntv. strength aud hoh-eomenc. M r i
ecmoniie! than the ordinrv Lin.l. .n.l I
' ' -M ,n ""petlnni with the multitn.l.
.... i i n .. . ..... .
''7 t,,!rt T'' -lt-
". bo d only ,n cs,.s. Kvl vkiuy
I . V . 7
Thai I L. Store
TAKES THE U?.
NEW GOODS NEW GOODS.
Just received direct from the East;
The largest assortment ever
Goods Marked down to
Drpss Oisxls in the latest Shades.
Ottoman: Silks nnd Satins to match.
Importco rrc!i Cashmeres, 6i J cts per J ih
American Cashmeres, 15 sud 25 cts per yd.
Every line in Dress I Jissls at N Y tijfiires.
VI yds white "Dress Goods for 1.
Mens Stilts, $M, $10nndf-ll.
.Mens Dress Suits, M-', CIO ami t-l,
1'anU, S2 50, worth I.
Our Boots and Shoes are Complete
We only carry Iluc!;iiixliftin and Hccht's make, and every pf.ir is warranted by them tobs
first class (,'isxls.
We keep C.irj.etH, Mattiiu, Table Oil Cloths, Wall Taper in th- latest Pntenis, Bird Cages st
nil prices; Trunks s iiJ Va:sis, 1'icturo Frames and 1 kit-y iiLwscs; and a
it-zrrc;' jk.m3 23jost iEATs;
Sugari Coffee, Uice, Si;a and all Staple (irotviies arc fold nt Portland V'holcsale Prices!
All goods at genuine ew xorx
FIRE 1 FIRE I FIRE I
Worth of Boots, Shoes and Slippb ft
3-ightly damasoi, will be sold off
BELOW COST. .
livery pair warranted. This. n! will only lust 3j4iays morf, ni Urariy all
goods ore gorto. Come p.irly nnd wenm lntrgaiflst.'
Opposite Post Of&ce.
Goods sold as
in Oregon, for
Highest Price paid for all kinds
of Country Produce. Call and see,
.S. H. Friendki.
and Retail Dealers a.i J Manufacturers of all Kinds of
Furniture, Mirrors, Picture Framed
Mouldings, Coffins & CaskatS,
Special attention given to all order
by Mail or Telegraph, Night or Day.
Retail Dealers will find it to their
advantage to send for price list be
fore purchasing elsewkere.
Genuine Sew York Prices.
A very nlce.blsck Pullman trlmed, '
Parasols, Silk or Katin, at New York prices;
Corsets from oO cts up.
Laces and Embroidery at Eastern pi ice.
Come and examine oVr new Hook Ohiv.
15 yanls of Crash, fiaiU quality, folr 81'.
Yonna Mens SuitH, .0 50, ?8 nnd $10.
j Uovs nnd Cl'dlilrens Suits, $3 25, W, 93 snd fC.
All at New York prices.
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