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Salem, Friday, May li. 187G.
oia'iri::tsart!ic national (.kam.i:.
)talr John T Tunes. Ilarlon Phillips. Aik-.
'tenter J. 4. Woodman, Pan l'.i, Van liurcr.,
l.'iturerA. Smtdl-y Crsco, Ho-i-n-d, la.
Mutant , .1. Vmiglin, Memphis. Temi.
.IV Helmut Miutlwer Whltthtad, Mlddlibnsb,
iicrT!, N. .1.
I'nau I'D H. II nill. wiirliuU iroush. Warren. O.
Titu'mir-V. Mi McDowell. Wajnc, SUiibeu.N. Y.
S;y,.,y), II K el ley. ' oiiI-nIiIu. K,.
lltitr-Kitti-r U Dlinifddle, Oiiliinl tlrnie, I ml.
t'eif .ilif. John T. .Iiiiu'k. lliriiiu, Phillips. Ark.
7fil"-Mis. tfjinucl K. tilun'. Mnnllrello. Winn
I'ow'iii'i- Mrs Huney (loddard, (Viutli tlranby. Ct.
ImIii A'ul'tuht AleieaiU-Mlt' Cirolino A. Hall,
I) Wiatt Mken, (Chairman,) 1'ol.csbury, S. C.
.'. It. Mllnk 1H, Dubuque inn a.
Huillv, T. rime, Clirvm mt N'. II.
Almu (1 .Ider. iimk Falis. Whltfldr. III.
JV, II. Clumbers, Uswei.cliec, llt.sstll. Ala,
OIIU'prH oi'Orrxoii Mate (ii-nii:;c.
Mutter- DutiU-l Clark, rialeni 1. ).
.sv'H .!. II. hinith, lliiirl-hiii'.
thtiMti Win C'irus, Silo.
ts'rHirrK. I. Mnllli, Oljmpta, W. T.
itnritnl-W M nudum, W.illa Walla. W. T.
lbl ml Mtuttnl W. M P.mirs. Shuld's.
1'itttitiiiiiy Pctirsoti. .liihouvil!e.
rimin i . I' Leu. Portland.
Utit-h'iir., A. Miithew Liioklriijrla".
'Vf Mr Jane Cjni-!. Mlu.
PimimayUv. M A. Pom-is. hcdd.
Fun a yt. L. C. Hoed. .Mi.Mlumlllc.
. .l7 Vtitttnt- Mi. I S. Pn'soni .function
Uji'citHi't 't;i''- Dinlcl I'huk, r-alcm : t.
lluiwn. Vatii-nuvir. W, T j I' B. Slim. Coiwill s; 1
II. Hill, .IniiUlon: A. W. Manard. Diowiii Hie; i
'Ion. Dubs; C. C. Iraue, Walla Walla, W T.
' Ih'fliitM Aginl. P. Lee, Portland.
State Grange Deputies for 1876
; Po't flJRu. Erin tn.
A A Mith-iti Looking Oliss ItoscburR
.1 lli-nr, Sluuedcr.... Ott
I II I.WI
li S Illlitick- Ashland Jacksonlllo
W m llrown tinker City llaker City
VC in W l-'ldl.-r App-lesiti Jacksonville
I! N ,1 Iitncllnu City... Junction City
i. no II llninei-ley Cioprvct Kiucnu City
l'ncoo Knox Civ well
WmCyrui. '...'. Sclo Marlon Station
It A It Ina LilnwHi ....Albany
.1 (1 Smith Harrlbnr.' IlarrUbnri;
i a Mom riirmllls Uorvalll
I II Nlcliollu Mniinw
J Oram Kins' Valley
MAHIOK. .. ,
I A Wltel Turner balem
li V OHIaiuin Uuitevllle.
I .1 Clinrlton...'. OoosoLake Jackjonvllle
.1 U Stump ttnen Vista.
M. A Henry .".
Hubert C'Iiih Dills",
.1 .1 Ilenderon Amity
.-. II Henry Ltt Kayell.
I'D Humphrey Illlfchorn Hlllsboro
I' II I''annliu Cornelius
( Li KAUAI". .
i, U1.I..I.... a.iusm Oteijon Cltv
V llajidall". '.'...'.'. Oregon city
i .iohu.mN"!I.A": Ea9U'oitlnd...E.1.t rortland,
li Ml .(tooui...
.1 II Doilllil'..
I I! mnehun!. Canyon City Canyon C11
rilVTIIl.A. ... .,
I wntie Wcelon Werton
A 11 Sa'le".'.".'.'. Aftoria Atrla
it V nolden".,.".,.' Tillamook North Yaaihlll
Cull M11IA , ,. ,,
W Mttni'il Columnla City
I. V enters Klakanlne
M i: Ittei- Coe
HAI 1A VVA1 1 A
N M Slielton ...
...Wull.i Walla Walla Walla
ll.iityNHMii'ur'. KvvartsNlllo Colfax
- p 'iUlliniiil Colr,ls t-ollax
VI . (IihhMii Klina
? M.i kluini..' Chelialln rolnt
I. .1 Abbot'r"": ODmpli Olympla
li l.oii'inlre -l
ImIIiik llruni Seatt'e Seattle
T M I'lerwii CU imito
I r Cons Elleib'ir
tus i it.
.Iiiliiib lluirtli 1'i-kln
M i Diiuliit niiooiier
f.i. JUller .'...' .' Kllkllat City
Ill Mill TEl'.lUTIlin
.1 llimsiil.'... .' l'.iradli' Vall) LettMon
WiM'iuton Mt. Idaho "
I.I I'nrii-u ..'. DoUeClH
I I Smith ,',' "
.t i(ii.il ,.wr
(ill it.ilili I'ajette
Inairj cJimty where the Deimty a,polnto.l I not
.nw mol i"tUable, ni.d the Oiatuei ol .he locality will
I ii.pnly liulUatetoiniMi cholie. I will he plea sd, for
In mini) Itulanti"! lmelHUi obllgid to make aji-
(I'll inilllt Mltll'MIl I tiowKslgo.
Matter OieirmiStateOranie, 1. of 11,
C'IiiiUhiiihii fount)' Coiini-ll.
t'ho 01 ickain i County I'miiu'll mi-el on the fouiih
Kildav of eaeh month at It nYluck a. in. Place ol
in-. tlinr. at J. a. Tnilllier' mill, near the center of
(iiMcers-N. W Ilandall, Pro'ld.-nt; A Nlchole, Vice
l'iildi-ut W. W, II Sam-oti.'H'Civtar), P.t) Nei-Jj:
.liliii Itlui;. Treasurer; Krank Vai win , lt Steward;
N. II Duiiall.'.MSrenanl; Wm Wit!, (lalekeeper.
Ilrilhn-n In g"inl lainllns aie luiltisl to meet with
I. tinier of the Count 11
W, W. II. Samos, Sec'y.
WUou vrTu visit I'ortUnd do uot fail to go
jiinl seo Wooil'a Museum, with H70,(Xou
rlosltles. Admission only 1 cent.
Warion County Council
Will meet the third Friday In May. All the
nratiire Interested should send delegates.
T. h. Davidson, iseo'y.
i-ouvontlon willlio hold tit Zoiw, l'olk
foiinty, Thui'sdny, .! f 'f."' '":
.-li-tul or Juno isth as published by u
ThenowTrrdgo on thopwyheeriver.be.
twelm Uolse City and Wlunouini'ca, Is tin-ished.
-SyT ' -'t '""
Hard Times, Cash, and Econony.
If we expect lo buy goods cheup, and to
best advaiitatto, wo must pay tho c-itt for
thorn, and not Iihth them cliargAi! on tlie
luerebantA books lo b paid for "af-er bar-
vest.', Tlie tnercliairt basto chargo for wh!p
Intr, and also to add1 a percntage to niaka
good lil ocraslonal loen. He would much-
prfpr. wltlif ut tsi o)tk)tirlo receive cah on
delivery of the poodn, and a fair pn.llt for
f bla lroubleffor then lie knows exac'ly wbat
' ho Is about. He canuot often afford to give
long credit,, for In that nse, unless possess
Ing large oash capital bo must demand lone
credits on bis own purcbvei, and himself
I pay more tban if be paid in abort time or
Jealt fur cash in band; mi it is plainly to be
aasti flint the interest of tho whole coinmu
Dl y "111 bo advanced if transitions can
be nil upon a cash bails.
It Is alo tho ca'o that when the farmer
keopii "a stor account" be i apt to make
purcbaoes freeW, more treely than if be paid
the cah over the countnr. Piy-dav comes
and shows an aUtnning array of figures. In
many inUuces tlie accounts eat up tho acres
anil destroy the prospects of life, for it is a
niilancbolly titct that men, and women ton,
Aro weak nnonnh to think that pay-day is
not dangerous if put of! Into the future. That
is a great mistake, as many an experience
has proved. A te;kle-s store account has
made many a man complain of "hard times"
many a year afterwards, even In instances
where the victim found out his mistake and
became cautious before ruin mas inevitable.
There is not one man in it hundred who will
eferclso the hiiio edition tn purchasing
goods on credit, that bo would' it bo dealt
witli cash in haml.
We all have a natural regard far a twenty
dollar piece that makes it liiiploac.iut to part
with it unnecessarily. They are st tangible
.sign of wealth, wblle one's credit at a store is
a very Intangible tiling xt the limn it Is used,
Ina assumes tangibility about the time when
it has to be redtemed by a cash- payment,
thotOAii only be made by emplyiirg a wheat
bin or selling oil stock or land.
Now the question is, how shall mat wlio
must have supplies, and has not cash, obtain
neceNsarles? The ansner Is that all tbe mi
nor resources of she farm must bo-eolletl into
uso; butter, egg"-, chickens and whatever
can be used to in) vantage must be made to
assist as purchasing agent, ami with pru
dent management these minor products can
be counted on as a great assistance towards
housekeeping. Then, if money must be had,
it is better to hU-o at a tair rata of interest,
evwn If land bas-to be mortgaged to raise it,
than to run a lore account yctr after year.
'i.be man who has land can generally raise
motley on it, o.m we believe it. is cheaper in
the end to bowrow money thsui to run in
debt at the store, for the fincis reason that
when you know the money is borrowed and
interest is to e paid on it, and tbe farm is
pledittit for ita punctual repa;aitut, you will
handle It pradsntly, thattaWynn possess
I ordinary ovation, and do without many
things rathor than risk so much to procure
them. It is. not alwajs necessary to mort
gage a farm to prevent a store bill, money
can bo hired frequently on personal security,
ind it is better to hire monoy than to buy ou
credit, wa veritably believe.
We wro discussing this :iiattur with a far
mer whose prominence would be recognized
-uadily, if we named him, and be endorsed
our views fully, adding t'jat he had puisjed
tlie policy indicated to unsown i-atisfaction.
lie ms not able to keep out of dabt, but he
owed no atom bills: thought for casli, and
bought only what ba absolutely needed,
hiiing what, money be needed, and paying H
out with full consciousness ot the. v.iluo ol
every dollar, -ind certain when bejiaid it out
that the goods were needed, aud that they
wero purchased al their lowest eash value,
as be paid l.'ie money and had all the stores
iu town to choose limn. Uaro was nu in
stance that ptoved tlie cuirectuess of our
theory, which U, alter all, more common
sene than thoo.-y.
We have no hesitation in believing that
buying and selling on credit makes the
grca'er part of the bard times we hear of.
Americans aie generally far mote extrava
iMt than Kjropean who go to a new coun
try to nnko honiaj. The3 last become in
Jepeudent sooner, w lieu destitute of menus
at commeticomenl, for Ibe reason that they
deny themselves tnuoh thit an American
tliluks he cannot dJ w Itbout. He lives more
within bis own re-sources and is more in
dependent of merchants, ,uud as a con
sequence' he gains properly and soon has
something to show for his labor. If an ex
ample U wanted look nt the Oertuau Colony
at Aiuora, fee Norwegians who have settle!
among us aud made their way. Sell'deuial
U ofteu the surest lusts of ptrnnnaiit pros
parity ami tho joung married couple, iust
couimeureinp, life can insure their future
prosperity host by it mnusneoiug to lay up
something by present industry aud frugal
ity. Mending the Highways.
The long contiuuaui-e of ralus tbe preseut
winter have caused very serious damage to
the valley roads, aud now that sprlng-llme
is at baud aud road supervisors aro about to
commence woik, general regard U mani
fested that something aball be done to be
permanent, lu many directions leading to
this town it Is hardly ojsible lo haul more
than an empty wagon, aud no doubt it is the
same elsewhere. When the fearful mud
holes aro found there should be something
done to proveut the same condition another
year. The Idea Is lo do good work aud each
year make somo improvement that will be
lasting, then wo may expect to soe good
reads after a while.
The Indiana glass works have orders for
250,000 demijohns. Kven If there were no
alniauacsoue. could tell by this that it was
1'residential election year.
IMPORTANT TO PATRONS.
Mr. flerren invites all Patrons of this
county and in tJris lclniy to meet oil Satur
day, May 13, in this city, for the purpoio of
consulting and planinv a course of action lo
pursue In relation in tlie coming wool crcn
and otbw products pf our State the presea
season. The need of coLcert to recure the
best rescrits is very evident. Mr Herreu has
had exptulence that i valuable, and will no
doubt be ble to inakenportaDtsuggestlouH
based ou his business- transactions of the
Tear past. All interested should endeavor lo
its presented go lend iutsre-st to the meeting.
Tery Foolish. Talk.
AmerubatU from Linn county, formerly
dlug builnee eioe'here, ald In eur pres
enoe the other day, that he "wished1 it would
continue to rain for three weeks, so-as to
break upthe Q d grangers." There are
some men engaged in trade who seem tn
forget that this is a free country, ant) resent
tho-idea of their old customers daring to
think or act fur themselves in relation to
business matte. These men cousithti the
selMng of goods their own prerogative, and
if tho farmer vlll not trado with them
anathematize hitii and call down ruin upon
him, not remembering that all tbe country
would go to rulu if the agricultural Interests
We have never had a great deal to say
about co-operative-act'on by tho farmers, for
the reason that '. consider the question a
dllliuiilt aud delicate oue to treat, and recog
nize that if tbe firmer traded with cash la
hausi he would generally get his goods a-
cheap- as was reasonable, where ceropetitioit
was airly conducted. We have loft tha
matter lor the farmers themselves to discuss,
aud Tor experience to decide, but at the sama-time-we
have never hesitated to believe that
the experiment wns worth a test, if' fur no
other, purpose than-, to satisfy the farmers of
Oieguu whether, us not, it is tor tbstr inter
est to establish cooperative business re
lations. In many lustnuos merchants bavs-done
themselves injury in public estimation by
taking imprudent ground against tbe grauge
mouement. Of course we know that very
many have had the good sense lo put them
selves as nearly oa possible in accoid with
thai movement avd have conceded soine
thing to its demauiis. Ihero never was any
reajou in the loudsmouthed prejudice a,ftw
have expressed as aboe related, which sort
of aurses are like ehickeus that come home
to roost. All great moements create pre
judice In some uunds, but iu the end they
alii settle down t natural results, .ami so
with the Patrons of Husbandry, they will
thjrive on all unreasonable opposition, anil
iu, the hands of honest and iute'ligsnt men
tbe movement will work out .results, ia
course of lime, tSat will greatly benefit the
agricultural olussea in social aad. other
MiUinery at Cost.
Mrs. 0. M. Cross, Commercial St. f opposite
IheFAiiMKRotlUfe, is determined to dispose
I of her entire stock on hand, including new
spring puichases, at cost, and invitss ladies
to visit her establishment and Judge them
selves of the inducements she etui gUo to
Sua has a complete stock and gaod aasort
meut of milliuery aud lancy foods, and
wishes to dispose of the same within thirty
yalem, Mny 5, lSTU. -Iw
R4S!:.4IS TO BK2I4D!
Spring Trade of 1876!
Iu. & E. II I R S C II,
(Successors to Herman & Hirsch.)
COMMEKCIAL JiT., . SALEM, OKEdOX,
Have cow on baud
A Complcle and Well-Selected Stock
Suited to Hie Country Trade,
And Inform their customers ami all others ttat these
guwl w ere
AND WILL 11B
The; are pri pared to clvc
For Cash in Hand.
All peront calling on them will liavo the fu 1 here
in of the
Iu prices at sail Francisco and the East.
Salem, Mays, lstti. llnri
T HOROUG H B RED
Will stand throujih April and May at my farm, ten
mile smith of SaKui, li the ni-o. 1 ading Irorn Salem
to lluei-ii ita, at tho following low rates: $10 Tor
tin vie n-r ice, lithe season, ami $20 for Insurance;
or I wlllbrctda limited number ot marcs ou shares.
Capt. Jack was sired by Jact Miner, dam Kate
Harnett, by old ltiilemin: grand dam. Flora Burnett,
by Consternation, see "Ynuatt on the Horso"ig. g.
dam by Warren's Jtcseuger, ho by Jlambrluo, ho by
Farmers, try a thoroughbred cross.
Q. G. GLENN.
JArmImPLEMENTS andjj ACHINES.
rhai.rjl in Reaper ana Mower. The DEST Self
Ttake cn-iitined M .chine In the Word, at ettdenced
by the faif.of Its hailnir rerehed the hliriiept awardi
at KxhlblSonsaud Field Trtalf, both In Kurope and
America, Iu 18?4 and 18T5. Strone. and suitable Jur
Flax a well .as Grain. ST Send for Champion Cir
culars before leclijln.r what Re-iper to buy.
oAt't Ilea per d Mower, "Ohio" and "Buck
eye" patent.-oonibliiecl, with Dodire' Imnroiemer.t;
two sues. Nnp. I and Can beset lo cut Ugh. Pricas
greatly rt-duwcl forltlTS.
Main a' Heater U mine "Single" anil "PohW
Gentei, ID, 12. and 14-Kstt inr. The new lmDr.nn
Ail) 1 1 ft able Rett aiuT Hram. ami .tlu-r Itiiiirttvi-iiiHtiti
forlSTII. Farmers an-ottirlotieil 1,'alust bu)lni Inle
rlor ' outride' makes.
u. l . . ... . - ........
nursn nnrvmwr riirrowin-iKiinii-jriiy oi iui
Harvest! r has Aiouirht our many ItitMtor-i, but the
jiAns.ii sriL.1, si'AMiis- vr ths head, not
withstanding ontrsry sratements r comneMi'i: par-
Hho Iretl wisl tie iVAlinu t. t.'f. ami wlit not.
tSinn for USscrllitlvit llook rnnrfllnfi, t rpniirr..
and ttttlinmtal infacor cf the Mnn-ovtr other ShjUt
of llarvetttiv, and do not be in tu-ie lo recoeutzu a
Machliiu as beliur "lastly, ahead ef the old siyle
Marsh ' that mny'bnws been one of those returned M
the makers hr-catis they dldn'tuIiosatWfaftinn We
have twosb.es, A and II feet cut, lor J" or .1 Binders,
made to attach a self binder vvueil wa h d.
ihamplnu Mower. Wrought Iron FSaait and Pa
tent Hit irutn Vmmvtton. Will do bettir wort and Is
lha StroiigeU Hfid Jlont )rcWriiioerfu maiRet
f& Send foi Champion Circulars, Uvtu full de
prac, Iron Mow'. Simple In rr.'ahantsm and
unquestionably oue of the bml.uukltl ats ytvs.il Mow
ers. Clipper Hower. Three sjos. Pricee-vtJucttl.
The Tfaimas (fonnettu "OhJo." Huky Kak.
I We have secured the Ageneyifur this Haki aRcrsatls
f Isfjlng ourselves of Its gtetit tftKrluiltij-owr other
F well known and lie:tt)bie uoDulur Kikes. It ditmin
itthifr sud the teeth an so formed as to do the Ut
possible rakinir and gytier thr lea't f,ra& will rake
smeii Inches higher than other Kikes and hence inn
rake larger bunches. (iTuout fall to.mnid for u
Bararn' "eviilvlaat KM. .Mounted ou Hunnttn,
and has Improved tripplui' device.
Hors" Huef sUaiUesofitheI'jfifa P!i latest
'.Vrtji Votrl' bithi "Miiunted" i:ml "Dowu." 'I he
lintwtnirnt add trreatly to the cane of tt.ifj7, ftrttujtU
and dm ability.
CO ACM, CARRIAGE,
All the Latest and Newest Goods, in JWECHANTO' TOOT8.
House-Builders' .Hardware, Farmers', and Gardeners' Tools,,
Black smitJis, Machinists', and Wagon-Wakers?. Tools, of all
kihds; and the mtfst coaapleto stock of Wagon, and Carriage-
Makers' Hardware in the State, euch as i-aeles, Springs, and
Wrought and Malleable Irons; also. Hubs fcpokea Kims, Pel-sloes;
Eastern Bickory xles; Oals; Ash, andtjuickory Lumber
PLOW HANDLJUSJ and BBM.
if at Ol-z-ofVtly nodtuood Prliou S
x h.wjc jo not njziL ix jiA&aiEiix wagoxs.
ORTIIRUP & THOMPSON,
P0B.TI.A2ID, - - - ap23m3 - - - OSIECCW;.
ibipBMjg, Storage, uutr
IP. c7. SC0OOC.Y,
IVu. 02 front Street,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
GENERAL COIfOSSIQN MERCHANTS.
WE KKKP CONSTAVTIY ON HAND A
'CVagoiis, "Tlio Cri'tingor's J&a.-vox-itbJ"
AND AltU NOW HECElVINli A FULL LINK
The Wheeler No. 6 Combined Reaper and Mower,
THE IMPEOVED KIRBY TWO-WHEELED MOWEE,
Tho Burdick Heaprr, the A. W. Coats Lock Lever Bay and
Grain Rake, &c , &c.
Onlv Oeneral Accnts for Orceon and V.'ashlnston for the good old " stand by,"
the Mccormick reaper and mower., &c.
Wo are Grangers), and Mean UuMineNH.
Sei d for Clrciilirs, Descrlpthe Pamphlets. Ac,
Wagon-Makiiig and Repairing.
IT s A1 .r- South Salem
Mai liVJl M. , II.U
101k maito or tbe ileal' Eastern or Mitlie
.rial dn.l In IIii, m nifltitn.i- .nil tt'AH.
ASTEb. Salem, April -W, JSTtmrl
Dr. L. S. SKIFF,
Assisted bv 0. F, Tucker.
OK. K. Y. CHASE.
BKBVKTLt-CoL, Ute SurReon U.S. YolUBteen,
Office. Oiublu't hjock. nu stairs, icTr
"hs ButraM Pitts 'ih-illereer1 nrfuher excels alf
others and l Low- THE LSAJ1INO TIUCSllER.
lhoe Imported y us hae been built with special
reference tn the wants or the Caelttc Conjt. The late
iiiipioiimfiti haie been tielt tVi-u", anif today It
KtHlidH uftbnnt n Hlial as the RING OF
TIIKKSIlKM-i. Do not bedecelvf by the windli-t of
the blowirs" with their 'to calMl ntt Machines'
I at yer' reeord of he 'twritakeit-("hallcTgi-Citwil"ii
Cintun Pitt!' Thresher Is pi etti general
ly known, rr was Imply Mitn'iting tin NAMB
i ' Mietiistaht and pmnttngon mto.tri' mwu int-wi
ind thus iryinstosella cnufesstdly Inferior Thresft-
rf.ierun tne urt-st- repuiaiion mat n b jiuna-o rip
u I ..,!... ti Tn t 1. . i..- .A.i.. f ... ......... .i m... i
v.iiiii'1'iiki. I I iiru-iit'i lis- ijiuiic lur uir ijuiiit; I hip.
Dm imr buneu-m-d nml ifynu want o Thresher Ihar.
will earn you tlie wot Aim? wpli thp Uii-t enenst-
.1 . -- . . .. y. . , ,r.; .... . -
tor it i).iir ni ri uii-e ine ? tmrntiiirrnt I i ini iiiitip
, ion inre-n tor pfliuire r r ii.e jiujjno iiir -iuai.
I.ENOEK " and take tn otlitr. Threh(.rnian rlio
have not seen thCDhamre- and iinprnrthima made li
our Separators and Powrrs the last two years will
oimilt tulr win i ttrrrtl py looking at tl'c- "CHAbr.
hNuKlf hetnie bujliirf wl-cwhere. an. OBSEirVB
that tho 'Omniums' lire wait unly 111 bVt'l?.LU, N;
JjrSend for Thrwher Crnilars for lSTt;
Wbe-lsr A H. i'o , Knit ewHhaln Ihreskitni,
II rs Hav Fjrksr-'
ciOls's" Harpoon, the bsi-
Vict r Mars. Hay, Platform and Mill Sralcs. V
The Uansfled Portable Biglms Kooc-Mkr or
anIHii.-Clafk's -Dniilil Shaki" Pac'ac MilU
Tliaonly Mill that nlllttjwvHi UaU from Whoat.
carta Hagrni . We have ths-eeneral agency of the
celebrated and well known 3AIN WAUUIf; than
li'-h there Is none Wten I"rice for "Owh" or
"Credit," as low as any first c:Uss Wagon. Wide or
nanow track, same prfoe.
S,rlnu logins Wj-are n-aklnpr a specl.Tiltjr aC
this ola-s ol Wagons Mini have ranch the LhORcT
STt WK. mote style tovlntjfnm. ami a better grade
Waon than all l he otfciir dealer combined.
iJSeiid for Special Wuiron Circular with prloer.
Ila'vestlnj,' Tools. Huhlifr & Leather Besting,
btiRsfor vtacliiues, fttill Stones,
slck!secinu8 Smut Machines,
Tuibiue Water Wheels,. PlaiifM lachlues, etc-
Ll'ivral terms to the Tfailo. I- or Descriptive Ciron
lare and Pi lies, nddrees
HXAI'l', RKRRKLIi & CO.,
apJStf POllTJuiyV, 0HEG0:r
Vice Prttldeih T. .
.. XATLOCK, lecittaty.
ASSOKTMKNT Or THE JUhTLY CELRRRATEli
In all the principal towns
In the State anil a-tjoln-Aprll
MB. & MRS. MILLICAN,
Ih their NEW KTORE, llrst door south or Breynun
llros,', have, Just received an
tj- a n t.
S t. O l
ECRU LACES and TIES,
Ittir-lilntr. IVotloDN. &...
I ' rxmut a M TTATtl GTirrrnrimim
Call, and examine Styles aad
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j mgtou, in. price lifts jrtw,