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Tilt EUGENE CITY GUARD.
SATURDAY ".OCTOIIEU 1, 1HH7
It U only within I lie rant 500 y.nrn that
womm huvo diiumil publicly with men. In
Ituly, however, na early an the thirteenth
century, proiiiitKMinis dunning who toleriited,
althou(h the chiiita Meruly condemned the
innnvution an mimouoHt nnu iniuecoiiiiuK,
and it was not at all cetierul. When Henry
III. of Franco vihited Venice early in the nil
teenth centurv there wun a crniul hull uiven
in hid honor, to which all the noMe ludien of
Venice were invited. Nothing could exceed
the Rtileiidor of their drcsen iiiid the increa
ible number of pcurU they wore, but whereim
31)0 of them Uaiiceit in the preflenco oi uie
kni, not one of them had a male partner.
Still the howl from Foruker that Mm.
Cleveland Hiiubbed him at J'liiliioVlphiu
The country iv beginning to regret that ho
war not nlno kicked. Nobody but an innuf
ferablo bliii-kgtiiird would have defiled hi"
office by naiiig tho langungo he did toward
the President, and none but a iwmi-Hpiritecl
fellow would whiiimer and try to make voteR
out of being treated as he ilcHervril by tho
wife of tho gentleman whom lie had iittncKeii
without oatisp. Jf he can Hiiivel liin way
back to tho (lovernoiKhip Ohio w ill be but
little honored. Altit
Mi'H. .Meiklehiim, who died the other day,
was born at Moulin llo, and her gramlfalher,
Thomaa Jell'irnon, ilnndled her on hia kneo.
She wan the daughter of Martha Jtficrtion,
whom even John Itandolph, Jefferson's ene
my, toasted n "the sweetest wuiuaii in Vir
ginia." Her father was Tliomiw Mann Itan
dolph, who was descended by several strains
of hlood from Pocahontas. Mrs. Meikle
hain'g uncle, James Madison Itandolph, was
tho first child born in tho White House.
Governor Foruker is simply a dull and oh"
stinate lloiirhon, peddling the efl'i to wares o1
his party in default of anything new and up"
plicahle lo tho ueedsuf the living present.
110 docs not seem to know that there is now
no question of secession before tho country,
and that it is no longer of thu least practical
importance what any man, North or South,
may think of the merits of the ancient de
bate oil that subject. N'. 0. Picayune. .
At tho special election November the 8th
the judges and clerks of election who Hervoil
as such, ut tho last general election, (in June
1880,1 will art as judges and clerks. Judges
and clerks hold for Iwo ) ears. In caso one
or more judge of election shall not be pres
ent at the time of opening the polls, the by
standers may elect one or moro ot their
number to fill such vacancy. These judges
and clerks must be qualified voters.
One of the chief attractions of tho coming
meeting of the Oregon Press Association at
Albany will bo an address by Hun. James
O'Mearn, editor of the Portland Daily News,
on the "Pioneer Editors and Publishers of
Oregon," The gentleman'B thorough ac
quaintance with the subject, and his happy
faculty of illustration ami graphic description
will lend uu interest to it that no other man
111 the State Could.
Toledo lilade, Hep.: We dont believe Mr.
lllaine to be one whit stronger to-day than
he was in 1881. And if ho was then "defeat
ed, with all tho federal machinery in the
hands of the ltepublicnn party, what is there
iu the situation to give hope of reversing
that result by trying the same contest over
again in 18SS, between the same men.
The most useful King in Europe is Otto of
Bavaria. His latest mania is for peeling
potatoes, and he keeps it up iiuweariedly all
daylong. The hotels of Munich semi him
the potatoes to peel, and as long as the sup
ply of potatoes holds mil, there will be no
hapnicr potentate jn Europe than His ltoyal
Highness, King Ottlo of Havana.
The report recently circulated (hat Mr.
Jason Wheeler had recently resigned
as agent at Warm Springs have been con
tinued. He will reliirn to Albany to reside
on tho appointment of n successor. Mr.
Sloan, his carpenter, wo understand, will
lilso return to this citj .--Albany Democrat,
Tho New York Democracy Inst Wednes
day nominated a strong ticket. The platform
heartily indorses the administration ot Pres
ident Cleveland nud Governor Hill. The
convention was an enthusiastic one and the
delegates are confident of the success of the
There ore only 100 Mormon bishops in j
l iaii, '.'.iJ.i priests, a.nii teachers and (i.N.il
deacons. Seems to be a surplus of deacons.
The whole outfit is busy lulling. Every
Mormon has to give the church it tenth of
his gains every year.
A convict says ho was sent to prison for be
ing dishonest, ami yet every day he is com
pelled to cut pieces of pasteboard, which are
put between the sides of the cheap shoe
made there, iiassed off to the innocent public
as leather. V,x.
Maud S., ihc fastest mure iu the world, re
cently made u milii in i:!.'!1; hilched to wa
gon with Hubert Homier the heavy man of
tho N. Y. Ledger iu n seal. Mr. 'it, vahns
her t $100,000. This is $150,000 more than
he paid for her.
Tho California boom is fair sample of
slock speculations there since tho earliest
days. It lacks bottom. The balloon is so
high there is liable to be a collapse, Oregon,
if it gets a boom, wants a tt liable one, not
an inflated one. Ex,
George Francis Train has broken loose
again and threatens to lead twenty millions
of men to destroy Chicago, if the 'anarchists
are hung. Chicago was probably never as
safe h since this threat.
The anti-prohibition republicans of Iowa
lmv issued an address, in which thev declare
that indiibiiion, whiw it does not 'decrease
drunkenness, has sent rents down 10 per
cent, and taxes up '.'.' per cent.
The more the Democratic party demon-
irmcs nun lis .iiimoii 111 llle tsnot lo slitlt up !
factories, but to make them hum libt im r-'
illy the inaddir the KepnlilUvin organs git.j
Iu the flist lace bntuvcii Hie American '
yacht 'Volunteer'' an I the S vtch y.ieht :
"Thistle" at New York, last Tin ,l.iy' the'
former won by l'.l minute and 'Js . .,-o'n.l,.
The sentence of lln lower court 1ms K, ,ii
sustained by the supreme court of New '
Yolk, slid Jacob Sharp will m rve bis coun
try four years in Sing Sing peuit, nimry.
. . ., .
If the weather is favorable theie w id be n,
bid blow out v.hfli the O A C and the O O
join-issues sinl Urtgou and California Willi
join in joint jubilation.
Fruit Grower! Meeting.
T-.vur.SK City, Or., Sept. 21, 1W.
A called meeting by a few interested in
forming a Fruit Growers Association wus
held iu tho court houso on Sept. 2Jnl. There
were about 20 present, and after effecting a
temporary organization, there was u consid
erable exchange of views in an informal way
concerning fruit trees and varieties of fruit
and insects. There wus a committee consist
ing of Prof. Collier, S. F. Kerns and James
Cheshire appointed to call a meeting of all
interested in the culture fruit, whether they
had yet commenced its cultivation or not, to
meet at some future date and organize per
manently. It is to be hoped that no one w ho
cures, or" expects to tuke, in tho future, miy ,
interest in this mutter will keen uwuv, but ;
that they will all turn out and lend a helping ;
It is plain that wheat rai-ing will prob ibly
be a poor business in the future, iiml the cub
tore of fruit promises us much as anything
else lor an agricultural country, no, wueu
the call is issued, let all come. j
A GuoWKII. I
CALL FOB MKKTIN'll. '
Notice is hereby tivcti and an earnest
invitation extended to all interested or
who expect in the future to be. interested in
fruit raising to meet nl the court house in
Eugono on Saturday, Oct 8th,lH87, at 2, p. m.
K. V. KKIlKri,
J. P. CIKSIIII;K,
I'lHlP. COI.I.II II.
HoMK.'inR at Antkloi'K. A Dalles li-
piitili oi ."sept, amil says: juck luoinpsou
killed Heibert Slu rry of Antelope Mondny
afternoon in a drunken row. Thompson is
the man who killed murderer Harvey at
Fall, llotli men were intoxicated and quar
reling. Sherry struck Thompson several
times until he (Thompson) being cornered,
and seeing no way of escape, shot and killed
Slurry. He was brought into the city last even
iugand lodged in jail. He will have an exami
nation Saturday. Sherry h aves a wife and
Three children. Thompson was crippled in
the right arm by the evploaion of a gun .hist
Soino davs aco sculptor Parks leached Ii
diunupolis from Florence, Italy, with a bust
of the lute Vice-President Hendricks. When
Mrs. Hendricks saw tho bust she said: It is a
beautiful piece of marblo ami doubtless a
work of art, but it docs not resemble Mr.
Hendricks." The Hendricks Monument
Committee have therefore asked other sculp
tors to present designs iu competition with
that of Mr. Parks.
Nearly every boom town in California
praises ill own graces in pamphlets, and fre
quently via thu hrazeu-turnatcil mass uaiiil.
None of them, however, has gone to the
lenghts reached by a place in Arkansas, which
promulgates a pamphlet inviting settlers,
which assures immigrants that their autcce-
lents uro safe:
"For even a horse-thief from Ohio can be
come n leading citizen of Fort Smith if he is
wise enough to keep his mouth shut and let
other people's lives alone."
Cure For Piles
j Piles hre frequently preceded by sense of
i weiijht in the ba;k, loin and lower part of the
! alxluiiirti, causing the patient to suppime ho hint
dome affection of the kidneys or iiei.'hboriiur
:uaii. At times, symptom of indigestion
are present, flutuleiice, iiiicusiiie of tlie stone
aeli, etc. A moisture, like perspiration, pio
ducing ft very disagreeable itching, after (jet
ting warm, is n common Httemlunt. Jilind,
bleeding and itcliintf piles yield at oliee to the
opplkitioii of Or Jiosniiko's Pile Ktinedy,
wliiih acts directly upon the parts affected, ah
sorbin the tumors slluyiiiit the inti lia Itch
ini; uml effecting it permanent cure. Price ?0
c-nts. Address tlio Dr llosaneo Medicine ' 'o.,
I'iqua, Ohio. Sold by I 'shorn & Co. Bil l V. S.
Lee, of Junction.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
VOTICK IS HKltKlsY GIVEN THAT
1.1 the undersigned has in en duly appointed,
by tier county ciMiit of lme County, Oregon,
executrix of the last will and testament, and
estate, of Nareissu Small, deceased. Therefoie
nil p-isons having claims against said estate
are hereby notified and nquiied to present
them, with the proper muclieis therefor, I"
the undersigned at her risidenee near I.ullnin,
in Luue county, Oregon, within six months
from the date hereof.
MAItY A. TAYLOII,
Executlix of said Estate.
Dated Oct. 1, 1H.S7.
"Votice is hi:i:i:i!Y given that
.Ll the undersigned Ann E. Mi ll'ett has been
duly appointed by the County Court of Lane
county, Oregon, Administratrix of the estate
of John V. Moffett, deceased. All persons
having claims against said estate hereby
notified to present the same to me duly verified
at the la iv office of I., liiljeu in Eugene City,
Oregon, within six mouths from the date of
thia notice. Dated Oct. lt, 1S.X7.
ANN E. Mol'I'ET.
L. lULYEi:, Atty. Administratrix.
TOTlCE IS HKIiEliY GIVEN THAT
I. 1 the undersigned W. S. Clirisiuau has been
duly appointed by the County Court for I,an
county, Oregon, administrator of the estate of
II. II, lltt'.letnii, deceased All persons having
claims against said estate are hereby notified
to present the same to me duly verilicd at the
law office of L. liilyeii in Eugene Cit.y.Oregoii,
w ithin six months from the date of this notice.
Dated Oct. 1st, ISSii. W. h. ClIlilSMAN,
1.. U1LYEU, Atty. Administrator.
mo WHOM IT MAY CONCEIIN: All
I persons having claims agaiest the estate
of X J Hale, deceased, are requested to present
them with the proper vouchers to George 11.
Hale, administrator ,,f said estate, at Hale,
,ne County, Oregon, within fix months from
the date of this notice.
GEO. II. HALE. Administrator.
Eugene City, September 1S(7.
A dispatch from Los Angths, California,
ay St. John ill shortly l,a that pUcv
for Oiegon to make a campaign of the slate.
Henry T. Fim k. Isshlle Ald.tniun. was a
delegate to the New York Slate K publican
CoiiM-ntion. Thiu is merit ivw ud-.l.
A careworn man slowly wended li in way
homeward, pondering over the problem of
xistcncc, nud wondering how he should sup
ply his mull v needs. Suddenly there appear
ed flouting in the air above him am) just out
of his reach a vision of JV a "Pointing
Hand." Shocked and startled, he instinct
ively passed his huuft over his eyes and tried
to thrust the phantom from him. Again and
again, but all without avail, he tried to rid
himself of its presence, but the "Pointing
Hand" IIT hung ever just beyond his reach
ami nothing would induce the vision to de
part. It lingered through I ho long evening
hours, and whcli ut last his eyes dosed in
slumber, he dreamed only of ; tthe "Point
ing Hand. 1 hrougli tho still watches of tlie
night it was ever present, and when his eyes
opened ill the morning it was only to behold
once again the thn uteniiig, commanding
phantom of the ever-present "Pointing Hand"
V that hung like a menace and a bidding
above him, always pointing in one direction.
lie followed It, and found peace and lest. It
was lieason pointing the w ay to bargains now
beius offered by H. S. Simon. .
One hundred mid seventy acres of land, L
mile from Eugene City, Or., nicely located
for residences, in lots from 5 acres to one
hundred acres to suit purchasers. The
land is the very best quality, all in cultiva
tion; live minutes walk from the city. Terms
very reasonable; one-half down, balance on
Also acres of land S miles north of Eu
gene City, Or., on county road. Convenient
to school and railroad, iu quantity to suit
purchasers, from 80 to Mil acres. Plenty of
water mid timber; the land is tirsl-class ami
in good cultivation. Address
or A. C, liuowN, Agent.
Eugene City, Oregon.
To Whom it may Concern
This is to certify that Joseph Goldstoue
has no connection whatever with the llriu of
W. Sanders, and never had. lie is just em
ployed as a clerk. W. Sunders is the sole
proprietor and pays all debts owing by the
said flrni of W, Sunders, nud also W. Sun
ders is not responsible for any debts that
may be contracted by J. Goldstoue
Faum roil Silk. A farm containing II1K)
acres, situated ;tl 't miles from Eugene and
miles from Irving, is ottered lor sale at
$20 per acre. There are 130 acres under cul
tivation; 811 more is open laud. The rest is
timber hind (uriiishiuo abundance of wood of
all kinds, close to lilaikct. There are three
t iod orchards on the place. The soil is very
uch nud well adapted to fruit raising. Will
le diwdod to suit purchasers. Apply to
J. J. W.U.l'oN, -I II.,
Eugi ne, City, Or.
- - -
PdlowN-.vii.i K Cl.otiliNo." I have just re
ceived a large nud complete line of the cele
brated liiownsville Woolen Mill clothing
which I propose lo sell ut prices that will
defy couqa iiiiou. K, no uibt r my store i lo
cated III the Hoffman II iso li'huk Call
and examine Ibis line of ,oiaK.
II S. Si a n.
l!i u -n r ii.Tlio New oi '. Ai.ciion Sto.v
Ins h m,.v. d to Nuit'ii S:r. I opposite Mar
W. SiNOKi-s, proprietor.
l or rou Km.k. A flu, buffiim; lot for
Mile in n grow in mi!ioh id towa u;lxM0
fst. Will be sold eh-up torcash. Inquire
of Mr. A. C. Wo mI.-ocU for paiticulurs.
Fob Sai A b t of nue show-cases, as
good as in w, nt
K. It. I u ki t i (Vs.
Ceo M Miller will furnish infoim ttion !
and sell farm rights for the cimbund wiie
and picket fence during our nls. nee.
J. P. Swigr A- Co. !
MS BARKER. Expert Gun
smith tock ot Gunsand Am
munition on hand.
.i:m: - - oi.i:;oy
MONEY TO LOAi
Farm and City Property
Kir a term of years tit
r-noWllO.M IT MAVCO.VGECX: AU,
J persons hut log claim. 'UlliHt the estate
of J J. InieUorth, deceased, are requested tJ
present them with the pror vouchers within
iu nth, from the date hereof to t . k.
Hale Ldiniiilstiator of said estate at iluK,
La,i;t'onty,.!he,o,,.Ai). ai utr(it)r
Eugene I'ity, Sept. I!:', Hn.
N0TIIJK FOR PUIJUCATfOX.
Land Omen at llo.sEiirnu, On.,
Sept U'lst, 1 SM7.
-VfOTK'E IS IIEUEIlY OIVEX THAT
JLl the following named settler has filed no
tice of his intention to make final proof iu sup
port of his claim, and that scid proof w ill ho
made before the jude or clerk of the county
court oi I, iiue Co., Or., at Eugene Citv. Dr.",
on Monday, Octal er Hist, 1SS7, viz: Mch in
Paiuewood, Homestead Entry No. H.VJ0 for the
S E j, See 10, l'p 'J.l S, It 4 West, W SI.
lie iiutnca the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, and cultivation
of, -a id liiml, viz: N Martin, I, Shu.de, S Harris,
N Martin, Jr., all of CoUkie Grove, Eaue
('has. W. Johnston, Krister.
" BOARD OF EQUalTzATIoN. "
vroiici: is heiiep.y given to the
i.1 taxpayers of l.aue county, Or-v-( n, that
the Hoard of Kip uli.ation will meet, at the
Court House, in Eugene Cii v, l.une eounly,
Drev'on, on the first Monday in October, 1S.S7,
to wit: the ,'td day at 10 oVlock a. in., and
publicly commence the examination of the
lU-sesMinent as returned by the Ass.sor for the
year 1HS7, coirectin all errors in .ablation,
description or qualities of laud, lots or other
property. Said Poard will remain in siwioii
from day to day for three days only. There
fore all taxpayers or persons owning property
ill said I .line County, Oiegon, are hereby unti
tled to lie and appear ut the time and place
above mentioned mid show eaue, if any they
have, why their asses-uncut, should not remain
as taken by the Assessor.
(TIAKI.ES lU l'I'.MAN, !
Assessor l.aue County, Oregon.
lUted at Eugene City, this liiih day ot
September, ISS". !
C. M. "COLLIER, .
Ol'i' ICE: At Court House, County Sur
veyoi 'h room.
At Melson's llhu l;smilh shop. Wagons
and caiiiagi s repaired and painted on short
In the Circuit Court of the Slate of Oregon
in mid for the County of Lane.
W. E. Warren, Plir. )
Gubriellu Warren, deft. )
Suit in equity f ir divorce and the custody of
mtl OAl'-KI El.l.A WAI1HEN, THE
I above named deft: In the name of the
State of Oregon, you u'e hereby siimmoned to
appear iu said court and answer the complaint
of the plaintiff tiled therein within ten days
from the date oi service of this summons upon
you, ii you me served iu Lane County, or
within twenty days from service upon yon
if you are servnl iu any other county in said
state, or if by publication of this summons,
then by the first day of the next 'term of this
court. On Mon. lay the 7th day of November,
1NH7, and if you fail to ausw.'r, the pllf. will
apply to the Court for the relief demanded in
the complaint, namely a dissolution of the
marriage contract existing between the pl!f
and the deft, and pllf have the care and cus
tody of th'i minor child of said marriage, ami
such other relief as to the Court may seem equi
table ami just, It is ordered by tlu Court
that service of summons Ins made by publica
tion in the Eugene City Guaiid once a week
for six consecutive week. Dated September
ll'th, INS7. GEO. 11. DOKIIIS,
Static ok Oiikhos, Exkittivk Dkpabt-I
MKNT, S.U.KM, Sept 1, 1SH7. (
l'y the authority vested in rue by the leg
islative assembly of the state of Orcgou, 1,
Sylvester Pennoyiir, governor, do hereby
submit to tho legal voters of the state
at a special election hereby called to
be held on Tuesday succeeding the first Mon
day in November, 1BS7, the following pro
posed amendments to the state constitution :
l'lKST PHOIlllUrlON AMKNUMKNT.
Skction 1. The manufacture, sale, or thu
giving away, or the uttering to sell or give
uwuv, or the keeping for sale, of any spirit
uous, viuous, mult, distilled, fermented, or
uuy iutoxicating liquors whatever, is prohib
ited in this state, except for medicinal, sci
entific, or mechanical purposes.
Ski'tion '2. The legislative assembly shall
provide by law iu what manlier, by whom,
ami at what place such liquors, or any of
them, shall bo muiiufactiirid or sold, or kept
for sale for medicinal, sen nil lie, or unj huni
Skction II. This amendment shall tuke
cited and be ill full force iu six mouths from
the date of its ratification by the electors.
Skction 1. The legislative assembly shall
without delay pns.i all necessary laws with
siillicieiit penalties necessary to enforce this
HKCOW) AMKNDMKNT 10 KAI.AMKS OK STATE
Suction 1. Tho governor, secretary of
state, treasuier of state, judges of tho su
preme court, nud all other slate ullicers of
this state shall receive an annual salary of
such sum as the legislative assembly shall here
inafter by law for each of such officers pro
vide; provided, that when the legislativo
assembly shall have by law fixed the salary
of any such oilier, such salary shall neither
bo increased nor diminished during the term
for which the incumbent of such ollic.e shall
have been elected or appointed.
TH11IP AMKSDMKNT TO TIMK OF HOLPtNO
Skction 11. General elections shall lie
held on Tuesday next after the first Monday
in November, biennially.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand ami caused the great seal of the
state of Oregou to be ullixed, this 1st day of
September, A. 1, 18S7.
l!y the Governor:
Gko. W. McliuiPK,
Secretary of State.
1'r. Taylor's" Ouks Compound, puielv veg- i
etable, positively cures iheumati.-in, neuralgia, '
ttstthuchc, sick headache, cramp clic, cholera '
morbus, Complaints peculiar to females, )ys- '
pepM.-i, cold or cough, Hives, Chills an 1 fe-i
ver, pains around the he ar' erysipelas,
phthi-ic. t;iou,;.: Taylor. ,
Sold by Osburn A Co, d iigti-is. Engine, 1
If you want work done in tho barber lino,
come to the
15 OK XT SHOP.
Opposite the GrARn office.
ii. V. l'litstrr.
ni;ik(! it sixviiiltv both for quality of ir-xids uml .
suit lh times. Country orders s-oiicitnl. LilippJ
for fash aceoni 'allying orders. filers promptly attti'T
both by mail or tlVgrnph. Satistactior;! tilling"
A A 4 ft
complete rJW ;
Call and see me. J. R. REAM,
Corner Williiinetli' nud .Scventli Sin ot", Kiiocip. (,'iiV) Qr
ktoctih cr varum uwu; ;
Our hIoio liuildin koiJ, mi'l its wo shall lm,. t.) ,(V(, j
in the in-ir futuro, wo have iVleriniiifiil to close out our cutiro 8tockl
OAIlDLlvSS OF COST.
Wh Iiuvp in stock iIih finest sfloctioti of oooils KuituMo f ,r iU,
cuts to lm found in tlie City.
Diamonds, Gold watches, Go;
chains, Silver Plated w are,
Jewelry, Notions and
Albums, Scrap riooks, Autograph Albur
Christmas and New Years Cards,
And un pihIIphh variety f nic1' ','ooils Cull uml .
$o Trouble lo Miaow Goods.
L V. PETER
Four splendid "Nov Vliito" Kiekcl-pli
Scviiij; MaeJiinos Ail Complete.
I nin ollri in these in:ioliuies :it cost. ieit having t lie lime or rooiutoA
tlicni iiiiv lotiirer. This is a liin- t ittiort unit v to m chi' r.ee ef t :'se mont:
r I I -
lar, hp.st furnishi il, nin! eertaiiily the most ilesirnUo of nil SeiiiL' Maoliiir
1 iilso oiler the fnllowiiw lnii'o.iiiis:
Forty Ladies' .Yew Market deals for 1 ess than (
Jwentu-Jive Gents Jine Overcoats, (this seasons
chase,) for $1 ess than Cost.
These arc nil iipw, ilesirahle ontl.s, it ml will pay .'10 tier eent. on lb' it
ineiit even if one ha.l to lay them uwuv until next Winter.
I hnve a iiuinl.i r ef ether liiu ir.iins to oiler mn to wliirli 1 will call
on from time to time
i I L Ii lb it
Has just received direct from Ne
York and Chicago, the largest
and best stock of
4 FALL AND Wl
Ever brought to Eugene.
THIS IS HO IDLE BOAS
J'.ut oill uml ,ri,e them. Ueineml.i r tlx- place: Tlie ' 'l'11
I'.riok, corner Willaniette uml Eighth St., Eu ne City. Orecon.
0 i i- - - O
rll fEms, II t rr
COSTS NO MORE THAN INFERIOR MAE
Vt 1 -Simon will mil yuu a funry
erenl? sliirt, two i-tillnta niul p tir of cutis
nil (or " cut. Now h yaur tiiu to Imv.
For Sale fry ail First -Class
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