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About The Christian messenger. (Monmouth, Or.) 1870-1877 | View Entire Issue (July 22, 1871)
To Ihr t h.iehi. ut Oregon.
Do you suppose you are crested c>qta
ble ot enjoyingfthis life only by pleas
M c M imvimu , July J9, 1871
A DOZEN REASONS
Bjm. C ampbell :- I have made arange-
Are yon every moment laying up for | ments with the church at McMinvilleto
MAIN STREET, : : d / MOORE’S CORNER.
Our pilgrim fathers, peraecuted au<l yourself knowledge by which alone preach two Lord's days in each month
denied tiro privilege of /pee sssiicintion, mind cap hold intercourse with mind, I —the first and the third. The rest of
I According to the spirit of Ilbeitj- an.l and thereby receive tltat gratification
my time unless «ome other engagement
|!io dictate» of their eeuseience, left tLe which forms the highest joy of earth ?
I ie made for regular preaching, J- desire
crowded shores of Europe and sought ' ITso, l>e matured that yon will IteAmply
¿■to spend in visiting appointed part« of
MAXVFAl TUBED l»Y
the, iuhospitalde wilds of frep America. rewarded if you are faithful RT duty. ; ihe State. Churches wishing me to Hold
CLOTH INO, GROCERIES,
Tliev braved the perils of the deep, and j-Let each assursuee stimulate and en
meeting?, will address me -here at Mc-
em'win.ttuM a savage foe for the trtgh courage you to manly effort, amj though
j Minville. In Christ your brother.
DRESS GOODS, TRIMMIRG8,
privilege of uhrestraiiied social life. offen wearied with daily incessant toil
P. R B crnktt .
Before they landed they entered into over remember that the honors art) yet
HATO, CAPS, BOOK'S AND SHOES.
compact governing theif relations with -before and the rewards are sure. • ,
There are three thing« which cannot
eaiji other, and as they spre,iulal>r,oad in s , Kind teachers w hose pleasant duty is be used for good—malice, envy and BEST FAMILY MEDICINE OF THIS AOE
it to their ulwsnlann
colonies, tbify formed articles, of asso-i
folly; and there are three thing« that
to call and examuie our atock. AU kitM» of
I’iation, and finally established the Con- I whereby your fellowmuu may /rise to a can by no nieiiMt be employed for evil
Produca taken, uid a Fair Price paid.
Aftd why it be ke/tt akNiys fietir tit hand:—
stilatimi -0,.;:il;tfing their' ’nteri'.iiirse. f Jtigitet’ conception of the dignity of humility, contentment and liberality.
actuates you to-
Thence commercial relations ami inter- their beiuje,. what
Bris k Iter Sale.
national laws were 'Vstablislmd, the labor in tTits noble work.’? Certainly
l«t. ' J*«in Killer is the most certrin Cholera
I will have ready for use and for xalc. at , .
"binari» inaugurated and which are now yon have tasted the pleasures of social
that nietlieal acience has produced.
2nd. f'uin A’tfoy-, a«« Diarrbtea anddyaentary
being-extemltsl for a doser alliance of intercourse among the fijvored ot earth. Monmouth, by the. first of September, 1H71, a
re indy, ia uneqsllsd. It seldom if ever
dl the ualions of the earth.
Yon have too well know n and too .high chöice ÍMÓf ’brick.__
Reduced Rates of Ferriage
,-realizAi as’do hundreds of cxrteiwnd pris
oners of the present day, that solitude
Ofilciitl Paper fur A’ b I k (àumU. Oresuu.
j is contrary tn the mfture oT man, and
the sevei-st punishment
’UN, A StMlil. nUING.
A n JUu>mtas_i>Ki.tvEiua> by M r . B hvi i : Win.
viiBToN, ar'CiontHuum or C uhistian
C.àXknr WmqtxsDAY, .htafi li.' lffH.
L aiiies . and 'G entlemen :
Mttji alona,, of all th« freatuves of
rartlt is eiulowed with sii^ptl faculties.
He shows, by his'biibits and eustoms--*
by Ins iuttuvonrs<> with his fellows that
lie is m.;anl
by his nature
Fra»., raw very creation, even from the
time when the Almighty said, it is not
good for man to be alone,” this inule
principle has tfrgcd him t<> "seek with
unceasing dilligeuee, snituble objects of
uSKneiatiom. Tn every land of eurth-^
in the wilds hf Anjcrica, on the plains
of .Msiit/b’er-the deserts of Africa, fii
Why all those, treaties with foreign ■! ly appreciated tfie pleasures of associa
the crowded Hehl« ofwJhllope^-evei’y-
where yon will d-;,|i nien collected into emih ies were it not fop tha desire to tions with the educated, the refined,
nations, families, and'associations fpr mingle mid commingle polilienlly.’Cpm- I the polite, and the accomplished, to
Tlfe various purposes and' pn:si’4ts of urei’ciiilly and socially, to establish the stand back .with folded hands and see
fire. They but obey the law of their busiti of a closer union ? The march of ’ the workl engulfed in ignorance!
i‘.science, the Jrinmidi of arL-ure bat the f ^Toursisa noble wurk and though
may scoff you have the un-
As yoou as the prattling .bairn ImS meftr ;< of bringing man into more inti- ' simpletons
learued to play around Ttsmot tier's side, .’mate union and eiimmnnion with'his ■feigned tlmnks and the kindest regards
of those who liave.Jearned to realize its
it is rarely seen from" her p> l-nce, ex- ’ fetlowmaE
*■ * <•
lienefits. To such labor alone, as by
Ct ptt With. SÓ1UQ
JOUlh.ful lisxiciide "itti ' —nitumlioniLJinking togetker the ilif-
whom in its eliihli.di millite rs', itl- can ferent sections with its" tliundhl’ing train i I your unceasing diligence you have
t’erry Davis &
1* o I m
The Trustee« of Christian Çullcge liare
for «ale a unrulier of desirable building lota
in .Monni.aitli. locatoli eonvviiiuat t<> tlie
College BuiMiog. Diriienaion« of iota, «4S
. by I(15 ft. ; price $25.00-coin.
NEW THIS WÉEK
todd.that interconrs«’ 'suited to its ten- moving with the speed of the wind, tLe* 'manifesteilT can the world look for that
: alight and encouragement, by which it
derag?, and interchange the thoughts steamsbip plowing the briny wuter* pf
ciii be raised'to a fuller understanding
1 I A R D AV A K K.
__:md euiotioiisjw Licit n.ise rn the mind. the mighty deep, carry the produce'ayd
i of tlfe importance of associated effort in
and seek. < xprl »sion iu the’ social eou>-:. inhabitant* of nations from dime to
every enterprise; In the family circle,, Iron an<| Steel, Hub», Spoke«, Hlm», die.
Inllsing,'of an equal
Watch it nt the dime. These ale annihilating distance,
the Ntat<T*n_p«Titics, in commerce,
PORTLAND, - - - ~2 - -
__ partiug. Sec tlicglooiu- w liieb 'o’cieusta. ■bortenihg time, and multiplying/th.e
in arts, and in arms, co-operative effort
the brow of theJiltie one as lie is com
facilities by which men extend flieir
polled Ju quit, ins iumut apurte. With a knowledge of eae.li., other, and open np j is the only criterion of success, the ouly
NEW advertisements .
I test of victory.
lougilig heart lie .again seeks hjiijnotlr elmtiiiels for the gratification-of their
The earth yields her' fesmlroes to
er’s side for consohitiou.
.1. C. UK I B BN, A. M„ M. D.
. . '
associated labor. Nor is. tins social
This love for. society grows with 'his
-Bo ka,.periodicals, and newspapers,
quality in our nature less important in Physioian and Surgeon
-gr o w t h atol ariengfbeiw ’ w±tn
ins arc multiplied and carried from north
our religibjis mtorcofirse with our fel
/ office AT NIC HO! JI AND COAD’« DRUG STOKE.
•Uciigt.i. l>.ei th-stripling go forth I ■ .¡th, from eas4 to West, Spreading
lows, and «inr devotions to our maker.
to chase the 'fleeting deer or ¿he I mantl knowledge and briugiug mind ill contact
in the “ Whitson hoMML* Mofa st.
Have you, oh ehristiA’n, let it exert ite
ing hal o alone, lloes lie not seek -eon- with.wind; and yet all these means are
influence in bringing yon to God?
genial aiotoomtes to join in the sport? in'sutHcient to meet the social deipands | Have ydu forgotten that not long aftef
Yes! In every pursuit h? s.-eks a 00111- of out najture. Man redoutiTesuTils en-
fljian was driven from the garden of
—1 • a ior ft ml si Aw nt st *4t tn tie. «nri tsohit ion -t-ririw-for another ’ and grander' (rial.'
Eden and his maker’s presence he be
as the e ’ 'rifi'itl ’< jliimtfy.
< '.>ii,p..iiioir Smc,"attends his ert’ortaitime is anui-
gan to call njwin the .name of the Lord ?
. ship to mau js as m e.-saiy as flic very Inlated, the electric’ telegraph stands
He soon experienced the evil of . liviug .
elehients of life.-T’iirau.t ph.-asm, . pro- forth the ciowpiug aeliievhient of sci-
an alien from hit God. And a father’s
cced from. th. . ver.-i -e .ird rnutiml■cm- ence.
1 be victory is won, mid the con-
loving voice' has lieen ever calling his i
innijieation of (tie f. . lings oi tin» mini!, tinent is
Ohl Ocean is
erring children back to a realization Of !
All others are merely sensual. J*
Evey at ehaÿu d with the mighty cable, along *
the joy of his presence. But the sweet
school, if iv< take-away _
the tlear 4-soci-
historv of tlio
D. AMD A. P. BITTIJKB,
iuflue.tu-es of friendship, the pleasant
Dll ( <;</!*» T R
ntions- f tcufficrs. and -
times, finds a highway from coûtjncùT:
iwsoeintions <5f home almost drown that
\ffninunith, ff- - Oriÿrw*.
¿<:hat elimini b, iif pleasure um* -ólmwd
voice and stifle the aspirations for
the seeker after knowluÿîge and how
Blit the nations of earlli, dispersed as
heaven until he liecoui'es fully uwnre
monotonous would )>e the life of -the. ' tfi'iry
-icy i Me on the lotir quarters' of the -that this world is not his eternal home.
- student. By contrast, alone eaíi lie mark g¡
-------- », while mighty orean, roll be- Ho finds, alas, that he must part _w«th
Io. pn^j-nivi nn.r .re.,lixa «!,..’
of aiqilyinghis mind to knowledge, and iff
by the Bala-1 of tongues which cuts off
garùerinì up th- brightge’nis of w iwloni
to comin/ud th? ri sjie-'f of the good,
amj-the ¿fíninitiójl o£ the wo/fiT,’ t<>3>e
their social intercourse: Henee the
f(irt to master all tlie langtigages
’ ‘ One-tongue
’ ‘ too ”
long enjoy the pleasant association» of
cf-, this life.' Like time they are fleeting,
of and when he has enjoyed tlioua tor-—a
season they at last are sundered. In
A lamp to liia feet uiid light *o liis"|iAth, range for his wandering grasping mind, vain he grnspS nA parting pleasures and
HIMES & BACHELDER,
rtiróùgtìthé pfTgi’itnff'giirif ‘.ifp. Inspire which lemands the knowledge and a-
too often not until all earthly hope« ar»
the student with-the conviction that his qaintanee of all, both iiucient ami uiod- fled does he, with vearning mind an<
pleàsnrfs in association are to i be meiut- ern. When, soon after the flood, God throbbing heart, look to his Maker fp:]
Hr-sl by hi» mentiti rupac.ity t of enjoy- eomm inded the jieopte to disperse and comfort.
mout afid Ins power to communicate popular- the earth, so averse were they
By the powers of association the ren-
happiue«« to others and you piece l*e- to separation, and so strongly .were fhey iniscence of former joys come thronf-
fofe him the highest incentive to re- ' united in their social relations that they . ing and crowding npoh the wind caw-
tn Front airee«, Pon la Ail, Oregon.'
double bis energie» mid 'prepare for tlie reftised-to obey the divine* command. i ing the heart to long for the halcym
KZ- ALL KINDS OF COUNTY’ PRINTING
and BOOK-RINDING to order, at reasonable
work of future life. His objects and pur- • And for fear lent God would cause au- days of yore. Experience and philoe rales.
poses assume a pew
_____ form mid a wider othet flood to deluge the earth und de- ophy alike tell him it can not bej
tfiat h e 1« to Jive j gt r ny. them as .the Antediluvians'had Then he looksf^Pward and seek« tint
range as he hsrlizes
Dot for liiinielf alone, tort fortlie family’ been destroyed; they assembled in the holy communion with God which sta
the State, the. nation. With wlint inter plain of Shinar ami constrnetiil a huge tions him in the conflicts of life. a R
end Below Portia». Price. I ! !
est do the more advanced in year« ro- totter for tlerir protection; ami it was the channels of social pleasure liecone
mòmber theif childish glee, mid tlie in not until their intercourse was destroy- clogged w ith age lie seek« a (llacewliee
T. CUNNINCHAM A CO.,
cùtente of their youthful associations. ed>by confounding their languages and joy and peace are everlasting and part
- . -
They come thronging Vll<’k tipoti their p’roihicing that confusion of tongues ing is no more. Inspired with th^hoje. B aijem ,
memory, creating imew the ilerire for J called Kabel, that they were induced to of the high and holy aRsociatiouii of th«
sortment of machines:
TTHTjoyg inspired by the eomprenionship separate. From that day to this, man pure and good, he look« wiflT fill 111 111 atsveepsiakr Tiirrslwrs -With new improve
ment« for 1H71, which makes thi« the best
of youth. But other cares press hard ' I iuh been trying tu repair the io.«« canaed heaven and closes in with the offers of
machine ever brought to thia ooaat.
. upon .them, ami other duties detnaud by bis folly of <li«ol>edience, by learn mercy promised in the Gospel.
Genuine ■mekeye Henper amt Mower .
different associates timi new osso- ing ami maatering the languages many
Combined band and self-rakers- three size«.
He looks through^ffiitli to Christ, in
This machine stands at the yary heed of
spired with the btassed promise that lie
American Reapers, and for strength, beauty
and excellence, lias unequal.
Many arc they who crowd together in
But we pause to 'inquire, whence
gew Vork Combined Reaper and Mower
city, fiali, and ebtireh to converse in AriHes this perpetual craving for «oeiety? are gatbered Lue dearest associations of
with antmnatic aelf-raking attachment-
two sizes. This machine is ksi well known
sweet accord <if the historic and passing There can be no effect without a cause. life-^thc yCiiildren of God,.aud. • knows
fieisl ■ special commendation here. We
incident« of lif^. They love to con What, then, is the secret spring that that, though parted here from dearest
guamuitee it in every respect.
verse upon tho various subjects of their moves tire heart to long for «weet inter- relatizfns and friends, therej is in stere Wew Vork HWnd Rew per and Mower-
Combined, will do good work under all oir-
race, to tell flic rtrairgu incidente of ‘ eoniwe with congenial minds.
The for him a place of purest pleasures in
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former day», timi to witness the «pa'rk- Spirit that n ver dfvng part Uf t- Baa — tfiat lietter laud.
Bnrt'« Ragle Heap, r an Mower—Com
and the che«l>o«t m
eye, airil the hjci’ att iTglow a it !i , hungers and thirsts for knowledge an
larftrr frni»a Brother Kllrgr.
what ¡»»passing strange.
wisdom. These are its meat and dri
Kasierly Reaper and Mower-Combined.
Walter Wood’s Reaper end Mower-
Tu the mart* of tnuie they gutlh-r to Refuse it these elements, of g
R oda Spanos, Jnly 10th, 1871.
learn the commereial incidents of the these conditions of strength,
B iiothek T. F. C ampbell :—After us nsrkryr Mower—Four sizes.
day. In tlie halls of legislature they see the effects, in the langnikhing yyo, ing the water of the Roda Springs for two
Wood’s Mower—Two size«.
throng with eager purpose and intense Ì the. vacant countenance, tjrt* stupid ex w eks, my lieafth greatly improved. Rxeelsior Mowrr—Two sizes.
thtwght. By associatisl effort they liar- ' pression that cliaraeteyriMs the dolt— Bro. H. M. Waller is also stoping here Hslsr’1 Genuine Hea.lcn With new im-
provomenta—10 to 12 feet cut.
monizti the conflicting interest« of dif- ! tlio dunce. ’
with a sick daughter, has preached every
Bart-I Clipper and GrlMln'a Snlky
ferent «ceti, tra, and frame wholesome
• But educate the. mind, give it wisdom opertunity with much success since he
laws tiindiug the nations in close alli and understunylfug, and you see the came here. Up to this time there has Ilriatn-s Revolving Horse Rakees^^
ance. Many tints cultivate their social spirit satisfi<;d' in the glowing eountc- been J3 united together on the Bible by Hoewe Powers—Corey's, HweepslaMw and
feéljhg» and develop them in a liigb de nauee the eitpi’easivQ face.and the spark confession and baptism. Bro. Waller is
Rtadlesa Chsla Tkreskers.
gree, especially those who frequent the ling evp; Ruch a one is prepared for hold in high esteem by the jieopie living
ftcvthre and Hnaihs. Grein Cradle«, Hay and
qilacos where the multitude* aro congre the hjgh ami holy associations of the in this neighborhood as also by the mnl
Grain -forks. Stores, Plows and Har-
’ rows, in great variety. Hani ware.
gateti. Like every otjier fiv ultv of file purt’ mid good qLeurtb.
titude visiting the Spring«. 1 exjiect
Iron and Hteel, Huhs. Hpokea,
mind, when e it Iti vaimi ; it tliints for its / Witness the vast multitudes assem- “If the Lord will;” to , start to Walla
Felloes. Rima, aiyl Axles,
5A c ., - Ac., Ac.
proper means of gratification.: - , .
> Ided in the civilized nations in the ca Walla thè first of; August, in company
Book & Job Printers,
Napoleon Boucjuirtc. when bmiishXl pacity of Jtchziols and churches, for the
_ to tlie I«le of St! flidena,4 uimiifestAil pnrisaso of receiving this spiritual nour
the’tem]>er Ànd «pirH-of tiioiisaini» who' ishment, g<uxd and »boJoaome to the*
aro deprived of ,tlto sweet intowonrsnrlf soul.
/fiends. Ilow he mourned when on
Tlu-v are <-<itiiinually seeking a lietter
tltaf solitary isle away from friemls «ml ami fuller social iutereaiiiise with their ;
What punishment could have fclltywi ami w ith ..larneatne«», lalmring
beoti more severe to him .u> ho was far to bind the nations in a firmer pofiipAct,
from the prcieiice of the flmir associa- and by treaty, compromise, and laws, j
f totra of li fé- How he must li ive Jmigetl ever striving to preserve and atrengtlies |
fpr the thrilling incidente.ol the touted
field, and the intcrcniirie of Cte iuitlion»
to whom ho had lieen so mneh acen«-
-teeUfif. ITmt the old warrior coh M well
the bonds which bind the east
west, the north to the noutli, in
dissolable union,to be perpetuated
es. Srh'wJ-mntes. why all this
with our venerable brother John M.
Harris. 1 should have mentioned that
our aged and highly esteemed brother,
Dr. McBride is alno stoping here for
health. Allow me to tender ’my heart
fe t thanks to the many brethesn and
friends t nt contributed liberally to our
necessities while we were at the annual
Your old pilgrim brother,
to the »
D. W. E lledob . .
an IE- |
Godlinemi has the promise of and «e-
toil ? I «•nre« the blessings'of both worlds.
3rd. /'«is AjV/erWiH wire Cramp« or Pain« in
any part of the «yatem. A «ingle dose uh - OF THE SALEM «TEAM FERRY.
* ually effects a rare.
4tli. Jilin A'lZIer will rare Dyspepsia and In
digestion, if used according to direction*.
» a».r hornea
_ « -----------
. . and
.P additional animal.......................
5th. /'tin Killer is an almost never failing cure
H. “ . horse Mid buggy
for «iudeltai Colds, Couglui, Aq.
five crussiug, paid in advance 1 00
Oth. Ftlta Kiner Tiaaqirdvod itself a Sovereign
•• man aiwl borne................. ........
Remedy for Fever ami Auguo. and dull
six paid in advance
I................ 1 00
Fever; it ha* cured the most obstinate
“ fnoupan.............. .. ....................
'■ ‘ ee*e*.
twelve crossing, field in advance 1 00
•• ’ loose animal. .............................
7th. Z*«m Killer a* a liniment ia unequalled.
' For Frost Ditas, Chilblains, Burn«, Bruis
twelve, paid in «drams ..... 1. 1 00
es, Cuts, Hprains, Ac., no Physician can
" W. sheep nr goat. i............. - A
<td more than it.
J. W. HMITH,
Nth. /'of« Killer ha* cured cases of Rhuma-
tisili and Neuralgia after years standing.
9th. Pain Killer . will destroy Boils, Felons,
Whitlow*. Old Sores ana Swelled Joints,
giving reltn^rom Pain after the first ap
10th. /’oin Killer Cures Headache, Toothaebe,
and Neuralgic Pains, in any part of the
11th. /’•lilt Killer wilt.sale you days of sickness ■f
and manv a dollar in time ami Doetor’s
12th. J^ain Killer in a purely vegetable prepar
ation, wafe to keep ana to use in every family.
The wimplicity attending ite use, together with
the ^reat variety of diaeaaea that may be entirely
cradica,tu<1 by.it., aud the great amount of pain ’
and Miiffering that can lie alleviated through ite 1
use, make it imperative upon every perwon to i
RUpply themaelves with thia valuable reined}-, ■
and to keep it alwsv» near at hand.
Stoves and Tinware!
Tlar P m In Killer is now known and
appreciated in every quarter of the Globe. Phy-
sieMbB* reeémmeBohit m their practice, while;¿I
classes of society naSne found in it relief aud
S. L. FENNER A CO..
G ive it a T rial . *
ave oi - k . nko an » kitisi . iihxii
Don’t be deceived or induced to buy the
many worthier« Noatrom»_oflerred by unprinci
pled men traveling through tne country.
Be sure and buy the genuine. Every
ruggi«t and almiat every Country Htore Keep-
and Grocer, throughout tbeTiuid. keep it for
a Stove and Tin Store at the above named
with tiie largest »Mick of
Ever l>roagtrt-»o Polk county, and It prices a*
low as any place thia «idaof
|?RO* THE PREMISE« OF THE SUB-
S*ï 8,h- • brighi Bay Bom, 141,
or 15 huida high, anali head and neck, alauda
W e are also P repared to Do-^a
high in tlie ahmilder ami neck droops behind’
all four dark feet, unah.al; tad short Mid thick'’"
Any person returning the same te me. or riv-
ing information of hin whereabout* will be lib
Or A ll K xsim , u a F umt C las « «»»» k «
Di. J. C. GRUBBS.
.... ......... -—2------- —■ J
CÇ7" Tax P ublic are invited to Call and Ex-
I amine BEFORE going elsewhere
8 L. FENNER A CO.
“CITY OF THE GREAT KING
"T. .T. Barclay.
I Late Miraionarv to Jérusalem. ]
N. B.—A ll R epairing and Jon W ork done
with NertneM and Dispatch m I am a Practical
8. L. FENNER.
Independence, March 27, 1R71.
A small Edition of this su-
perì» work »• now realty and will be mailed post
paid to any address for
A* only 240 copie. can he issued. on account
of the chromo* lining dretroyed, all desiring to
secure copies will consult their interest« by or
dering at once.
HOWARD CHALLEN. Publisher.
Blind and Curtain Combined.
MATTHEWS A RITCHEY,
ChMrfbr'« Testant AVindow ( 'urtata.
M. B---- Agenta wanted to sell Alexander
Campbell's Popular Lectures and Addressee. I
H aving purchas ’ d the bight
for Oregon to manufacture and sell'
these Jiisllv celebrated Window Curtains, we
would invite the Pnblic to inapect our stock be
fore pun-baaing elsewhere.
It. R. PARRISH, “
Matthew« A Ritchey.
Harness and Saddle
— A GOOD ANHORTMtpT OF—
Bit«, Reins, Spur«, Whips, I<*«he«,
Horse Irtish««. Patent Leather, Currycomb«,
Cinch««, Ch «moi« Skins, Tacks, Copper
Riv«ta, Cards, Rawhides, Stir
rup«. Enameled Duck, «te..
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
(G^ All Orders Promptly Attended to.
and see me.
WE AKE AGJSJíTf» FOR THE CELEBRATED
Books & Stationery,
MITCHELL WAGON Door I Sash Factory.
Fonr DiwR CoDRUntly on Hand.
ll the above and many other
Wo are bole Agent'a for 'lie wall-known
B owie P remium W aooni
very style of doors made to or - i
der, on short notice.
A tilinga nut be found M
SASH, with or without lights, to anil cnatotn-
Which we offer at low prices and will warrant era.
them equal, if not aaperior, to any wagon in
thia or anvother market -a written gnarrantee
furnisnd with each wagon.
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