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VOL. 3, NO. 3.
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Ed. JlEruiiLiCAN :
In glancing over your aj;cr ol
March 'id. 1 noticed an article ot four
Columns. Is i li-d Woman's K't:hts,"
over the signature ol Mc M. Ih;d-'oti.
aNot exactly Kubscrihing to the senti
ment, I thought I would briefly give
mine opinion" also. Mr. D.-dsou, after
a few remarks upon the former and
present condition of woman in heathen
and Christian lauds, went back to the
creation of our find parents and their
habitation in the garden of Kderi, quot
ing from Gen. 1, li7 : " So Tied created
man in his own image, in the image of
iod created he him ; male and female
treated ho them." He says tho crea
tion of woman was ' co-crjual or co
extensive with that of man," assuming,
therefore, that they were upon an
equality. So far as their innocence and
purity were concerned they were
doubtless cpual, for God pronounced
them very good. Iu reference to their
physical and mental powers, the divine
historian is silent, and wedo not assume
to be "wise above what is written."
13ut admitting they were equal, does all
men who are born equal always remain
0, even in a legal respect? Mentally,
morally and physically, few if any will
contend that they do. Free moral
Agents determine their own destiny by
the acts of their own choice. Mr. I).
ay-f, ad truly, that God placed man
in the garden of Eden and gave him
permission to eat of all the trees of the
garden except the tree of knowledge of
good and evil, saying, "in the day thou
catest of it thou gha!t surely die." lie
further says, " this command was given
prior to the creation of the woman. lut
notwithstanding the sileuce of the his
tory bearing upon this point, we are of
the opinion that the woman had by
eomc means received a knowledge ot
the orders upon the subject, either from
JVdani. or from God." I am of the
same opinion, as she conceded more than
the Uible records. God lorbado 'eating
the fruit of the tree of knowledge of
good and evil; all of which the womau
her admitted knowledge of the Com
mand of (nd, she listened ti. si till 1'uU
Inwitiir the .suiriiOtioti.s of, the; serpent
took of the lot bidden fruit, and "did
eat, and guc to Adam and he did eat."
Mr. 1. says: " When Adam and live
were walking in the uarden in tin? coo!
of the evening, t! heard the voi-e of
(Jid and were a'.TTttur" trrSry Ho;-,
did 31 r. lh;dsou a.-eurtaiii whether it
was in the cool of the evening or morn-
't The Ihblesay " They beard the
voiv of the Lord dod waium:' in the
garden in the col uf tho day," etc. I
proceed to notice the sentence pro
nounced apaiost th-o Wt)i;.an, as wo'nan
l our Mlbjeet. Ml. Iod-ou sas her
.-entt nee hard, and in the fidlnwinir
laiisuMue : ' I will zreatly multijdy thy
sorrows ;y-id thy conceptions ; in sorrow
thou shait brinji forth th) children and
thy desires shall bo to thy hu-baisd and
he shall rule over thee." Mr. Podsoti
(juotes the sentence after j.ionouuein'
it a hard one. Then leave the Woman
under the rule of her husband, and pro
tved to aiue the injustice of the sen
tenee. I saul free ueral agents by acts
of I heir own choice determine their own
destiny. Had Wi man .stood on an
equality with man before, certainly the
above sentence places her uoil-r the
rule .f her hu-b.in 1, and with ma.iv
v.'itneu a more amni'i. jx-mlff could
not .have beeti iiilt'c'ed. Haul as Ml
lh.dson reuardr. the eutenee the in- j
j . i t i
arises ts it ium. w . man.;
who art thou, that n-j
t T'-nn.-l tio.lv" 1
Li t it be hoU.e !h mind that the Welti m
had f il'f ite i life tinder any cireuiu
-tatit-es. All the good sh.e reeivi- or
ei:j--ys are on tin .-eon ,i t:n ley. (iod
aid her dcil es slmuiu ie to lo r hu
) -.t ve the pr.ict;e-ji truiii
::at dee! n iMoii. ahh.i v.i:o" it an
t :o'i Weill i ii wii .na! r , . uiel in o r',
l.ol eXet edoiu i
! . .1 .. ... -.
cf i r of the man
e l ,.i iioU a to i ..: . n . i
tlieu.-, Ivv ;
illr.ei' w .lose l u c in
i he woiieui i like wi-
i . ,.t . a i
kiio'A that Wo t) a u t.- Mi''j,-et t-ss-no'.v
peeu'siU" Jo her .--'X
, ;uie. and 1 1 1 ; . ii .-.de' ,
s- litehee pioiio'ii.e. d ;; j. U ,
i h d
j an o;.i ap;i;.- .- to ri.- u p.
n io;i w. u -I iv:pe on?
.!; .; t; t t!.e u oiea w . " !s i i
t ! , 1 I I o . i- i I .1 I . ' , 1.1-
e oi :
1 h.i' ne-ii sl:-.e.4 d d t
n liu;e to me. 01 u.i. wi
ie oers as v- e Won.
v. i ia. our circuui
oecUt'S to me Vv et
, ,, .1
1 : i ( es
I hem d.
! 1. : (! '!. 1 ;
suit- nude I vr
ilic car-.'-" an 1 -i.o 10 toe m.i'S
. 1 . ,
1-1' o! j ! i
a fimi'v I v.oi.ia i,ot do-ir to h..vo
mined to ih- Ul the ;U"d u ois an 1 iah u;.
ou-i I'.uties : de-igued by UoaV' ti f r th,-ma-cuiiiio
or sterner sx lint . s i
the objt etor, il she is wilhnir to a ;Hi;e
those duties, i it nut her own b!.:-i,,c--?
We reply, notio are ino,e leady as-.ii;ot
lor pt ..-it ions lb:n f ho-o h-a-t qua lifted
to fill them. Mr. lods u's thooiy once
adoji'ed, a criminal could m-ver.b" coo
viettd nor putii.-h- d. as vve hav- shown
the sentence ot the Lord (iod l.aves
woman under the rule of her husband,
ami the M uienee was from the hiihe-t
pos-ibio authority. Hi re We h ive the
hot precedent for re-draining a per.-oti
of liberty as a penalty for crime. That
jot cedent has been introduced and
is now ctif aic.il throughout the civ
ilized worM. We further in-isf, that
an act, passed by competent authority,
remains in force until repealed or ah
rogatod by the authority that enacted
it. Has this law been Ji mended or re
pealed ? It seems by consulting Hi
vine Hi-tory that little wa said for a
hmg time on the relation of woman to
man, especially. There arc occasional
mention of her in representative fami
lies as iu Gen. IS. 12, and J Peter il,
r & (. For after this manner in olden
times the holy women, also, who trusted
in (iod, adorned themselves, being in
subjection uuto their own hu.-bands,
even as Sara obeyed Abraham, calling
him lord; whose daughter ye are as amount, taken out of a scraping fur
lonir as ve do well. 1 Peter fi fi and ( nace from a ouantitv of T.DdO pounds
has told us how holy women did iu old
. j s j - "
time, now let us he'r what Paul would
require of woman under thegospel dis
pensation. Wives submit yourselves
unto your own husbands as unto the
Lord. For the husband is the head of
the wife, even as Christ is the head of
the Church ; and he is the savior of
the body. Therefore, as the Church is
subject to Christ, so let the wives be to
their husbands in everything. Kph.
5. 22, 2,T 24. Mr. Dodson would say
the Golden Rule neutralizes tho hus
band's rule over the wife. Paul sayi,
" Children obey your parents in all
things." Col. , 20. Would Mc. M.
J). inako this command of none effect
likewise, by his construction of the
GoMen Rule ? We fail t3 soo why ho
iniht not-as well as the one iu reference
to t lie woman. I next refer to Paul's
1st letter to Timothy, 2, 0, I t "I5ut
.thy ,2, 0, 11-
I .stiller not ti woman to teach nor usurp
authority over the man, hut to he ju
silence. For Adam was formed, then
ve, and Adam was not deceived, hut
thvomau bciiij? deeeivrd was in th-.?
t y nrcSjiou. I Tim. If, 1'
(iMv a 4v;vuld you hiv
M.in$df&& u woT.ra
duee her to slavery? I answer no. I
would have him treat her just as he
uueets. 11 j-iauiu's liive your
wives even as Christ also loved the
t'hureh, and ir:tv- him-elt' for it. 1'nIi
.'. 2."i. The man wh; Would V.al risk
his life to pio-i and s-ivc that ol h'.s
rtii'c is tiot worthy the name of hus
ta;id. l'cter al'ter commanding the
obedience i f Sua to Ahiahttm Faid :
Likewi.-e ye husbands dwell with them
according to k mnvlcdc. frivint; honor
unto the wife as unto the weaker ves
s I, and as beiiiir heiis touc'her of the
urace of life that your prayers be not
hindered I I'etvf ., 7. iWcll Vith
your wives according to knowledge. II
she is the- weaker vessel cxei e!e a lit
tie judgment aod common se!j-e. The
true man de!ight in protecting and
providing for a loving ami alleetioriate
wife. Thetrm.' woman takes pleasure
in mitii-teriu to the comlort and hap-pifics-'
i-f .t littid and faithful husband
She i i !e ip uuet fr matt. Me. M
I. !i .iks id .-Ide i--iii sas Ss iri'u.iiism,
r rcc Love, etc. I have only to tltat
.j. i . , J. i .... . 1 . i i . . r . .t i . I ; i t I.,
' ,i .-
inofe'l and the m o l vom i "aitea on
ol human it-.en!i ith
t out char ur com
U is dh-'Ult to
roll wiu re the ve--eiwtd tliive, and If
is not a ma'w-r of i;i pi ;-e it it houh!
founder ill the iu -e k in.'s id I'iie
o i a ! . s iiiiii i j
rtare of (he enemy,
v V e art? ;p-
o i l! el WHO seliu a S
pi i.- I th .t m iov t.
"o int n
.el'. s.--ate .O:,
nili o.,. Jt is like-,
in-)-: li.en, gte.it
wo ( !i it
' v m i , .'. - ;'i ir we.k f- ,:ni-.
i o-i , i v I iie s O I li e t ol oiii a O 1 1 1 u i
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H:.-',it'.-s wav.1 '
liv'l'.l .IV m UC'I.
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si ; o .,! 1 v, ra qua !l
1. : tt t- en-pio.e i
e eoii cr.-:-'o 01
of -non. i .;e h
oUid i iU to deli'.ou--t i
c . -ii'1 ; u -; 1 y
U. A !o
ii. at Mi u- i
--'i, lo- I Willi
is Co I
in I -.id
t - 1 .
ha d I i-c'i j
t h fo n a Wit v as vv
i- 'itoait by sulphir,anl l !; ji j
i'l ei j i ut at? em 1
h el looai mad-
1 ioui !
tlin..1 t,i time t reluee tuts
111 1 A 1 u I V. i " i
merchantable il'on, tle y had aii re-uitrd
in failure A ma.-sot lh;s iinpracticab'e
material, l.'Kfd j o;ind- in weight, was
floated With ps ti -oleum le-at. and in a
MUgh; Ii Ul 's time was turned out iu
tin sh ip" of irou of the fiae-t ipnlity.
clo-eiy rcsemblifitr sfie', peihctiy liac
from sulphur anl all other impUi ietie-.
It is claimed that common lion .Moun
tain pig iroa can, by a single app'ica
tiou of the Hijuid fuel in the pudd.ing
furnace, be madt: into tho best Iliuge
boihr iron, ciju il to the first iptality of
Siigo or Low Moor iron. It is .said
thit iron manufactured by this process
exhibits a tensile strength far greater
than that of luw Moor iron, as well as
a capacity to su.-taiu weight much above
the average. The experiments show
tLat petroleum is cheaper than coal in
its use and bundling so far as the heat
ing of the iron for the rolls isj concerned,
while the saving in 4 scraping" gives it
a still further economic advantage, ac
tual trial having shown a saving over
coal by its use of UfKi pounds iu the
I . a
of iron, which was melted up. When
it is considered that these experiments
have been made- under many disadvan
tages, with temporay maehiuery, and
hitherto untried apparatus for the ap
plication of tho luel, their great iin
porta 11 e-e to the irou industry of tho
country will readily be appreciated.
Ilong Kong affords a singular instance
of the curiosities of taxation. One hun
dred and fifty thousand dollars a year is
derived from a tax of seven per cent, on
moneys won at the licensed gambling
tables. They have a daily avenige of
14,031 players, or one to every eight of
the entire population.
We fumiih the Hepuulican. and
Wood's Maguzine for $2 50 per year.
Cupid and Mammon.
Nim,' York Correspoiideiiee. Chicago Tribune.
Too failuro of one of the Savings
Rinks was brought about by a woman
a piy dashing widow. This woman,
a Coupl-J of yeats ago, Captivated the
heart oi one oft lie most prominent mem-
. ; ' "-
!aVi!,c'1, ui'"" h
Tr ! r Ur 10 l'lu,ulcl'
!' " 'j"1" the City and County
1 Vi It: the munilteeuee of hs
" if oe inn:, woo, ailnit lie Had a
expenditures upon this lair hut ftu'l
beauty, ho endeavored to rival the no- i
torio'js dim l'i.-k in his attention to the
Man-field, tut sou-lit to avoid lite pub
lie scandal v!i:ch attached to that ludi-
.- 1 1 .! . i
v dual. Among other tutors he a ve
. . -i i
ois gay widow an elegant .- t.rowsi-.stone
' i , . ,,i i-
Iront huse in a iahionable locality,
anu nerc ne used to giyc elegant sup
pers not to say orgies to his inei.ds.
Iut this festivv: wematt had an eye. to
tne mau, cnance, an. ,iu ug ne, i vo j
years intimacy with this King specula-j
tor, she accumulated nearly .-SM,u;j;(
which she deoostfed tn the savings hank i
of which h r paramour was a lireetor
When the Hei'ormers pressed the King
thieverf to the wall, and the latter com
menced putting their property out of
their h in is, the widow ot alarmed for
tho safety of her d posit, and, one bright
morning, drove down tn the bank in her
coupe, and drew out her S 1 U d. This
was a heavy drain on " available assets,"
and next d iy the hank cio-cd. It i- iu
in th : Ii amis of a receiver, and the pros
p e( is that the dt j itors will rveeive
about fifty or -ixty cvtits n the doll ir.
lUt the 'ay tiii-fiass of the Iking thief
obtained d,d!ar I'-t da'lar, and leiuin. d
to the mansion her v e r bad uiVeh h- l.
This I iv r to i ie a row at ii;-t, but the
td.judi.-hmeti!. of hi- wi iow
i-ed his .vr I'll
ud theV stdS " Ciiti I
fain " at th
'! oW h
'ton', m iu-:oi.
M r.N Till: Vd:.M!:u
st r p ; r p: luts 1 1
t- a z 1 fi e r ,
' ly a -on!t i v-
M :CX i .h:s, 'ti'
'J, it l!i : f
ji-co'jj '-oi - to i. in
i'ee t ih
thoot ihree uoMites i
; he h ,ti:!ni'-; of hor.--e-. t
,.'.i'i .n .
!i .'-ait in ei-e a i
i ov.d- d-.ot ti 1;:! ) tt
d-t in So a 'i
M oi. the !i
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ho-e ea t h. . - in
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en . iiu'.a, us fi .-et
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v. no can -z to 1 t.e
'iliii ; i
1 'h.- Ivor -e g n . .1.'. v
dt serve- ci e ill if a to
v;n l ..' d: iv-. r
t t a nin id' I lit'.-.-
.'mi 1 ui ds, and Wii 'ie hoi. e- are
tho-e i ' o.ir
de peii I u.
gf ues a!
ati, th;,- inij'i o can ad in iy he
1 with ndvant.'t. 'i he hor-a? i
1 we have seen s!mw as much '
e a no lie
2 ace i"
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1 t 1 1 c it i v. tr a M 1 ' o ' 1 ii ai.iv 1
1:n(;i.ani"s Onu-.R U s a. ti,ns - ;
I hv relations c;;tting Ih :wi-l!i (ntsl :
!! itain and the .State:
11.. ,,!d ... ,, 'd
ViU . ... II .M ,M
ate not .-ueh as she Would posih!v pre- I
fcr. 1'rance h.is ju-t ab-rog-iti-d ;t com. j
men ial treaty with her, and will never
forgive the Knglish surreudir to l!u--i i j
on the JJIaek Sea ijucs'ioii. The s;dt;e j
perfoimance cariml the contempt of
(iermanv, who also watches llnIan l '
jealous eye while gradually j
the limits at del man power
Ifa'y dislikes her for ten-
iu Kit rope
uenng an as,ium to me I e ana
threatening at one time to punish lc
tor Km inuel for h s violation t f guaran
tees Russia laughs iu her fieo cveiy
time a 1'ussian man of war enters the
once neutral waters ; and whiio Turkey
gaze at the hateful sight, she anathe
inatir.es Kuglish perfidy which rendered
it possible. Austria has no friendship
for her or anybody else. Spain is at
daggers' point with Knglish holders of
bonds, which she proposes to repudiate.
China and India hate her for opium
and insolence ; and among all the na
tions of the Old World there is not one
who heartily holds her as a friend.
Will she sacrifice the one nation of the
New World whose friendship is worth
having by dishonourable higgling over a
sole m n t rcaty ? V,h i.ctujo I tst.
Kurnpo had fifty-six States before the
Italian war, while now tdie has only
ciiihteen. with a total area of 171MW2
sonnri' milVs. and a oonulatioii of .'100. -
000,000. There are 82,000,000 Salvo
nians, 07,000,000 "Latins," and 1)3,
The business failures in the United
States last year are stated al 2,1)15,
against .3,551 in tho year before.
Amount of liabilities for 1871, 885,252,-
000, against 88,212,000 iu 1870.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS, dC.
Hmh W. H. R0BELL,
D E NTIS T,
Has locaN-d in Dallas, ud is ready to
at!.-iid t ail tho.se r.-.,uiriiig his sM.-tance.
Ai tiacial Ttcth f the very finest and beat
Stisfat tinii guaranteed, or uckara made.
Now is the time t., call n the D. ctor.
Ofljt-e, opposite Kincaid'a PLwtograidiia Gal-u-ry.
j JKlSi .f4 ,1. liA
j 1fi fr. tn V
i ! practi. -- in the Courts of lt- Mird oid In-
f,., ;.,r r. ...... ,. ,. , ,- -"rj a"'1 r
' courts. t.,licctKns attended to promptly,
i n '.,. ;,. t,. i r ...
I o "' in lr. J. I.. Davidson s IJnihhng,
; main n;i;i;T, IM)Li'i;l)!:xcii
Altorney & Counsellor- U-LlW
3 w ja3UUI .i-ljaw,
pra-.-tic in all the Court of th s't-it.. i
i V i v
J. G. G3UB3S, M. D.,
invs,iciA am) si it(;i:cx,
Ml,rs his Scrviees to the Citiscus of Dallas
on CL'-at Mc:iuLS'Uru Store.
onT(i;jn IU;IM IU.ICAN JJuild-
i; .-. Mill sio.-t. (rdr lulieiUsI. All bui
" " promptly atua.dwd tu.
.'toracy and Counsellor-at-Law.
S;-e;:i? attention given to Collections and to
icaiU-rspertidiiiii to JUal loUte.. 1
.3. A. .lu'Li,i:UAT2
ornci: i court uozi:t
. DALLAS. POLK tOTJIJTY, OXECON.
v. n 2 l v c:,
I.'o IZii, Tinl Street,
J'oi:tmi. .... oitncox,
Wii --j a-..-. K .01 J H.-: a ,1 Dealer in
m mm. cLoniixu,
l-A " HIVS (iOODi?,
IJUOrs A I) NSt02, H ATS i ( A1S,
a at )(-!:;: iks pro vsoxs,
H;;h i C.i-' I'rioc pai-1 f...r all kinds of
:it:it i-y Pro(lucc.
Z'y 2 .' ? fi-'
rlO MY FRIH.NDS AND PATRONS T
fay tied 1 h:.vc ltd nill my Shop
AII'. J.J CD N H,
'o, .aux tmd u,
do all kinds ot
-t.J. UOlilv AM
mioi:in(; o siioiti xoiicii.
As I hive l .-t ( my properl'- by Fire, those
indrbd'd in'-- !.-r w-r!i will eoni'vr a favur
by paying tip lit: aiedi-.itidy.
A S'ri"-i 1 in need, :s a friend rn dved.
j. m. e oi ru:a.i.. j
a. s. t.i: lki
SISII, i)l)0;i Ml)
MAIN MrilttKT, DALLAM.
I havo constantly on baud and for Sale
WINDOW S22, illivf.cd
'DOORS OP ALL SlZlS.
WINDOW AND DOOIt FKAMIiS,
All of tho Rest Material and Manufacture. !
11-ff JAM ES M. CAMPIIELL.
rzixnu A. COOK,
Blank BdoIc Manufacturer,
ri,r-Having t'Stublished a Firnt Class
I f t
LZ lbiokbindery in Sulem, id imw
prepartMi 10 uo h 1 1 manner ot
work known to the trade.
Magazines. Newspapers and Music Bound
in any dourtd Style.
Old Books Ee-Botmd.
BLNK BOOKS of every deseujdion, with
or without Printed Headings. Manutaeturcd to
I , ANKS of ry Un Ituled ard Printed
j " PRICES REASONABLE
I la Qriswold'a Block. 23.6m
PROFESSIONAL CARDS, dC.
. n VTararWB.I'
il MM IH. MJ MJl.' MM.rjLMJMJ
CDUSi:n lf A I S AND COUHT STS,
Ifallis, Polk County, Oregon.
The nnd-mgned, having RK-FITTED- th
above HoTlilj, now informs tho Public that
ho is pvi.;ared to Accommodate all who may
favor him with a erll, in as good style aa "can
be found in any Hotel in -the l,u u lr?'
me a call, ut-d 3 ou shall out lcave disappointeil,
I2-tr V. F. K MNNKDY, Proprietor.
For everything in the GROCFJIV LINsC
H. C. BROVWS,
MAIN MTU 12 12 1, DALLAS. .
lie hs on hand a full supply, which
offers cheaper than any other Store in Dallas.
All Styles, of PlctM-es ol the best fiula
f . 15. KIiVCAID)
I -f A VINO ALL LATK IMPROVEMENTS
J M for tikiijg picttrrca, I invite the patron
age of the public Please call at the photr
graphic lia'Ury, Main iU ret, ojipusite Dr. Kd
Wll' otf.ee. Dallas. ltf
G. B. STILES
Grocer i esr
Cigar and Tobacco,
WOOD AfJD WILLOW WARE ft
DALLAS, OH CCO X.
DALLAS LIVERY. FEED & SALE
Cor. Main and Court Streets, '
Thos. G. Richmond, Proprietor,
TT A VINO
PURCHASED TIIE AB0V
an 1 of Mr. A. 11. Whitley, we bar ra-
i'a'o i an l re so hcd it in tuth a Diaonar at
will saiisfaciorily meet svery want of tfca a-
Iluggics, single or double. Hacks Cou-
roid tVagoni, etc., etc..
Furnished at al'. hours, day or night, oa
Superior Saddle Horses, let by th
Day or Week.
TERMS, REASON AH LIZ. '
4 T. (J. RICHMOND
1 'O -.. I- - 1.!!,
GRAinO & GLAZING,
PArER HAWGIWG, &c, ,
Done in the most Workmanlike uannir by
II. I IIKIVf4.
Shop upstair? over K -"ut 1 CVf llarntd
DALLAS, VOl.K CO., OREGON.
$73 13 V K V W 13 13 III
Vc want Smart and Enerpetlc Acat 1
introduce our popular and justly Wtcbrat4
inventions, in every Village, Tvkh wf City i
liulitpcnsahe to every Household -
They nre highly approved of, endorsed a&4
adopted by Ladie, 7on V and Divimt,
and am now a OR EAT FAVORITE with
Kvcry Family villi Purchase Oua
or more of them. Sotaethin? that thiir uierits
uro nppurer.t at a GL.ANCE.
DRUGGISTS, MILLINERS, DRl5tHKESI
and all who keep FANCY STORES, will fin
our cseollei t articles SELL YEllY It A PI It.
L Y, gives perfect satisfaetion jmd netting
SMALL FORTUNES .
to all Dealers and A pent. :
COUNTY HI OUT 3 FREE
to all who desire etinginr. In mi llvvrallt,
llrijwttibk r nd Prvfinht tuine, ot the tatna
time doinsr good to their con panions in life.i
Mimpie t'U. Pent free hv mail on receipt f
prbe. tsKND FOR WHOLESALE CIRCU
VICTORIA MANUFACTTJRFNQ COUFT.
n, park pi A cis, New Yoriu1