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„ 4l -A\ *S. ^fSS^^^P^S ••\•PiUMIg^^ -C^S iw«ipwp§iHy??f '^j* ^ ^ «* ^ THE McGEAWVILLE - SENTINEL.—THtJ^PAY, OCTOBER 8, 1885. *% -i\^ * (8» MC !\;#§#' W J,#«SSf - llfefe I«SS#!KS-- ISSK #- IfeSfiftlS.;; - «• M&- IKSSii §«*£ M .SOFTJ5T.HZEI. SOOTH Hiii^Oet. 6.—Will Beutly's lit- tle dauber has a broken nose. I t wa s put entirelyJout of joint October 1, by a ten pound blow from a baby sister. But we ar e happy to say that at last account the children were both doing well. School ha s opened. Miss Edith Holmes teacher. John Sears ha s improved the appearence of his farm b y a new wire fence. Mrs. Shufelt is visiting a daughter i n Binghamton. JO. D. Youker attended th e Grange council and meeting of insurance directors Tuesday. Grange insurance in this coun- ty th e 21st ult. wa s $547,343. Webb Miller and his fair bride of Groton, visited at Webb Russell's Friday. Mrs. Samael Doud visited Mrs. Sanford Short Wednesday. Rockwell Wildman aud wife of Cin- cinnatus, Rev. W. D. Fox and wife, Mrs. Amelia Crandall and Henry Huntly an d family - have been visiting a t Roscoe Rowe's. Webb Russell is serving out his time' at the court house, Cortland, Marathon, Dryden an d Syra- cuse fairs were all represented from South Hill. Mrs. Richardson of Illinois, and daugh- ter of \ By \ Brown visited the home of her childhood recently, after a n absence of many years. Again she wandered through the glinting shadows Of orchard trees, where strayed her childish feet, Again she looked across the. verdant meadows And wandered back in memories sad and sweet, Again she climbs no in the dim old attic, She sees the place* she nsedtositand sew, She goes throngh all the rooms with sympathetic Hand-maiden, who tells her where to go. Changed, yet unchanged the maple trees are bend- ing Above the same stone, grown grey and old. And of yore bright showers of leaves are sending Bright hued and radient leaves or red and gold. Changed yet unchanged, like all the scenes around, The years must bring this change to every place and clime, But scenes of childhood—ah, the great Artist bound us To love those paintings on the walls of Time. Having canvassed this vicinity wo find ' th e SENTINEL a welcome guest in nearly every household. We're not *' at home \ on washing days, We want that understood That always when \bine Monday \ comes We go dut chopping wood, Because the house is out of rig, The women folks will scold. And canvassers will have to dig Unless they're growing old. And if a fellow thinks he's (W)right He is not \ just the same.\ Winking one eye will ruin sight, And \ there's nothing in a name.\ If that name should happen to accidently he . NEMO. XJSXJLS TAJOI^JSTC. TEXAS VALLEY Oct. 5.—Eber Bowdish left Sunday for Georgetown with his best girl. F. M . Ingersoll spent Friday an d Sat- urday with Mrs. D. C. Hammond. Charles Lowell is building an addition to his house. David Wallace • is doing the carpenter work. Mihnie Hammond spent last Friday in Ithaca. Calvin French an d wife, of Killawog,' visited at Robert Davison's last week. Jay Griswold an d wife spent Sunday at Mrs. p. C, Hammond's. The village school commences on Monday nest with Dudley Wightrnar. as teacher. Miss Nettie Parsons is at work for John Boyd. There wa s a lady of th e Valley wh o re- cently had some disturbance with her son's family and went to her father's, where she wa s taken sick. She is now on th e gain. GYPSY . TBTTXTON. TRUXTON, Oct. 7.— Wedding bells sound faintly. Nelson Haskins a highly re- spected citizen of our town and\ wh o ha s for some time past eaten his meals in sol- itary loneliness has i t seems tired of this half wa y sort of living, for he has persuad- ed one of McGrawville's fair ladies, a Miss Olivia Potter to embark on the matrimo- nial sea. We would tender hi m our best wishes. • Mrs. Alhe Maycumber who has been visiting her mother Mrs. William May- cumber for a few week3 returned home io Weedsport last week. Mrs. Albert Pierce wh o has been spend- ing th e summer with her parients Mr. and Mrs. Eden Corey left last Friday for Hins- dale to meet he r husband. C. J. Bosworth went to Cortland yes- terday. Mrs. Henry O'Brien who has been spend- ing a few weeks with her parients and ' friends here returned to he r home near Joliet, Illinois, last week. George Goddard spent Sunday in town with his mother. We noticed Bert Palmer of McGraw- ville in town to-day. W e think he was distributing tickets for the ho p that is to be held at the Goddard House, October 9, for the benefit of ButterfieUVs^orchestra- A good time is anticipated. About fifty attended the New England dinner given by t the Baptist Ladies Ai d society of this place, at th e residence .of Mrs. Manly Kinney last Thursday. Dinn ;r was served from twelve till two P.,M., and consisted of baked pork and beans, boiled cabbage, turnips^ and pota- toes, brown tifeati, pumpkiu pie, in short all the good and substantial dishes of old- en times. About seven dollars wa s col- lected and a good time enjoyed b y all. Mrs. C. J . Bosworth was called to Cort- land last Thursday, He r sister, Mrs. .Emmet Grant, who ha s been ill for some time, wa s taken suddenly worse. It is feared she will no t recover.- . Honor does not seem to be very well de- veloped in a certain few of our Truxton- ites. Mr. Haskins seemed to well under- stand th e almost universal • custom of \ standing treat \ after ones marriage and set up th e cigars liberally t o one and .all. Notwithstanding this, last Wednesday night, these aforesaid gentlemen (?) made night hideous and themselves disgraceful by serenading him with horns, tin pans, cow bells and in short, gave hi m a horn- ing. Then, no t satisfied wtth-=ane at- tempt repeated th e performance th e next night, much to their own discredit and the disguest of all the best people of our town. Delay Boswo'rth and wife and Dick Miller an d wife spent Sunday a t Harlow Bliss's at McGrawvillc. The new medical doctor ha s arrived. Dr. VanHoesen of Preble, ha s moved into the house formerly occupied by Dr. Higgins. DICK . A Guaranteed Cough Cure. Dr. Marchisi's Italian Cough and Con- sumption Balm—guaranteed tcr cure or money refunded—Coughs, Colds, Hoarse- ness, Bronchitis, AsthmaJ^Tncipient Con- sumption, Throat and Lung tfoub es. No .cure, n o pay. For sale b y all Druggists. Price 50 cents. When Baby was sick, we gave her CASTOBIA, When she was a Cbiia, she cried for CASTOBIA, Jyhen sbe.beeame aMiss, she clnng to CASTOEIA, When she bad children, suegavetaem CASTOEIA. To Protect Potatoes From Bot. A letter to the Hempshire Gazette says: In your issue of the 25tn inst. I see a paragraph on harvesting po- tatoes, which to me shows a lack of knowledge on the subject, I am an old invalid and cannot write but a few minutes at a time, therefore I cannot notice your editorial remarks as I wish to, .but I will give you a process which I have followed for 35 years, that if followed strictly you caimot loose a potato after being put into this state; even if it i s partly rotted it will dry up and the remain- der will remain perfectly sound through the year, and I will give fifty dollars for one case wherein it fails, i f the rule that I give you is strictly followed. It i s as follows : Dig your potatoes 'as soon as ripe, (especially if you see any signs o f rot on the vines,)let them lay in the sun two or three hours to dry, then' take them to the barn and have a place fenced round sufficient to hold them all and lay on the bottom a layer of straw three or four inches thick; spread over the straw a thin c#at o f air-slacked lime, then a layer of potatoes three or four inches, then lime over them till they .are covered white, then straw as before, then lime then-potatoes and'lime, until all are packed ; then cover with straw six or eight inches and keep them- there until the weather is cold ; then in November haul them all out and put them in your cellar the same as you always hay,e done, and next May your potatoes arc as sound as they ever were. If any are partly rotted when put in the barn, the sound part will be as sound as ever and the rot will be dried up like punk ; cut it off and the sound part is as good as evei\ £Tow I will back this with money. If they are sound when put in they will remain so ; if partly rotted, the rot will dry up and the sound remain so. I will give fifty dollars for one failure where the directions are strictly followed. Put on plenty of lime, and keep them there till you are afraid of freezing, and then haul them out and put them in the cellar, letting the lime stick . to them that will, it will not hurt them. You are at liberty to do with this as you please. I do it for the good of my fellow men. Yours truly. ST. H. HOYT. Tamarack Kidney Remedy is the \ ne plus ultra \ of all remedies, an d warranted to cure General Debility, Dys- pepsia, Liver, Bowel an d Kidney diseases, Ague, Colds, Chills, Remittent an d Inter- mittent fevers, Rheumatic Affections, Female Diseases, Headache, Loss of Ap - petite, Elagglng Energy, in fact nearly every disease or complaint caused by poison in th e blood, deranged Stomach,. Liver or Kidneys, superinduced by excess or irreg- ularity in dealing with nature. Sold by druggists. An Old Saying. The proof of the pudding is in the eating, there- fore why -soiier with Headache, Heartburn, Dys- pepsia, Constipation, in fact anji affection of the stomach or bowels when you can procure a free sample of the great Aperient Grapoline. Sold by C. A, Jones ; DIRECTORY. CHURCHES. PUKSUITERIAN.—Rev. J. Gilbert Blue, Pastoi Divine Service every Sabbath at 11 A. M.aml 7 00 p. M. Sunday School at 12:15 P. M. Prayer Meetings Wednesday and Saturday evenings o) each week. BAPTIST.—Eev. D. B. Grant, Pastor. Sun day services at 11 A. M. and 7:00 p. M. Sunday School 12:15.—Prayer Meetings, Sunday even ing at6:00; Wednesday evening at 7:30. METHODIST EPISCOPAL.—Rev. W. D. Fox, Pastor. Preaching every Sabbath, at 11A. M., and 7:00 P , M. Sunday School at 12:15 P.M. Class Meeting at 12:15\p. M. Prayer meeting, Sunday f>;00 r. M., and Thursday, at 7:15 p. M. Seats Free. SOCIETIES. CENTENNIAL LODGE, No. 320, I. O. of G. T. meets every Tuesday evening, in Association Hall, on Church street. Hours of meeting, from April to October, 8 o'clock P.M.; from October to April, at 7 p. M. Members ofthe Order from other Lodges are cordially invited SABAH Hiii , W. C, T. EX.UKLSIOR FIRE COMPANY, No, 1.—Regular meetings the first Monday in every month, at 7: 30 r. M. C. S, HOAG, Foreman. V. M. C. A.—Regular meeting at Association Hall, every Sabbath at 4 p. H. Annual meeting: on the third Monday in • May. Secretary, F. H. Forshee. A cordial invitation is extended for all to become members of the Association. BRAND ARMY OF THE REPTJBLld.-Regnlar meeting at Association Hall, first and third Mon- day evenings every month. McQRAWVILLE GRANGE No. 462, P. of H.— Regular meetings 1st and 3d Friday evenings in each month at Association Hall, H. S. AYBES. Sec. S., B. & N . T. B. B. TIME TABLE Moving S onth A.M. P. SI. A. M. Moving North. P. M. A. M. A. M KO. 6 NO. 4 NO. 2 i STATIONS, NO. 3 NO. 3 NO. 5 Tired Out. . tey .; .Thin -feeling s o often e%perie\nc&l is i he reBnlt of Kill'..- ^indigestion or GonsttpafioHtriiigieiffiy'r^ 11 * 8 i\ 1 ft^lCl^eaaache, Ss>nr Stqmach, : Dizziness^ ^yspejsia IS^^lSfiSrali^^nd^ipnB tflrinffifordeis, \C&MEalia^ Ke^lgoi increases the appeateafflfpro- 12 10 P. M 1 13 1 2 15 2 35 5 00 5 15 5 31 5 43 5 49 6 00 6 05 6 1'. 6 27 6 34 6 46 658 7 04 7 12 7 19 737 1 48 800 7 20 7 35 7 51 803 8 8 20 8 25 8 34 8 -14 8 51 9 03 9 13 9 19 927 93S 9 39 ,9 51 Oof '0 1! Syrai Oha Apalia Tnlly Preble Little York Homer CORTLAND Blodgetr. Mills State Bride Marathon Killawog Lisle Whitney's Point Barker Chenango Forks ChenacgoBridge Binghamton ! 6 00 5 47 5 gl 5 19 5 11 5 00 4 53 4 45 4 37 4 26 4 13 4 05 3 57 3 49 3 43 324 3 12 3 00 6 35 5 2S 5 ai 4 43 4 37 4 00 1120 1106 10 49 10 37 10 30 10 20 1014 10 06 9 58 9 47 9 34 9 26 9 19 9 12 9 06 8 48 8 36 S 25 MoTing South—No. 8, P. M.—Syracuse, 8:15 Apnlia, 8:55; Homer, 9:22; Cortlana, 9:32; Marathon 10 Lisle, 10:14; Whitneys Point, 10:23; Bingham- ton, 11:00. Moving North—No. 7. A, M.—Binghamton, 2:10; Whitneys Point, 2:55; Lisle, 3:02; Marathon, 3:19; Cortland, 8:53; Homer, 4:03; Syracuse, *:20. ^Trains Nos. 7 and 8 win ran daily. BUSINESS CARDS. Jerome Sauires, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW Union Hall Block, over S. E. Welch's store Cortland, N. Y. H. G-. & C. E. Ingalls, DENTISTS, ^\Opposite Cortland Souse,^ CORTLAND, N.Y. 45yl Richard Perrin, Agt. PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT, 87 Warren St.,17. Y. Parties wishing to ship pro- duce to my care can obtain marking plates free, if applied for, and sales will be made as promptly as possible. I make, at this season of the year, Cheese a specially. NEW EXTRACTED HONEY. For the next few weeks we win sell New Hone of excellent quality at the following piices: Small quantities at 10 cents per pound; 12 pounds for $1.00; 50 pounds for $4.00 C. M. & W. U. BEAN, McGrawville, N Y Noah H. Osborne, Convevaneer & NotaryPablic. McGRAWVILLE, N.Y. R. Bt. Graves, UNDERTAKER, KEEPS A LARGE AND well selected stock -of Fjmeral Supplies—Coffins, Caskets, Robes, etc. Calls promptly attended at all hours. Mfin Street, McSrawville, N. Y. Hyatt & Smith, DENTISTS, Wallaee Building, Cor. Court & Main Ste., CORTLAND, II. Y. *. McGrawille Iiivery Stable. 1 HATE x Good Horses and Eigs to Let at most Seasonable Mates at all times. Single and Doubh Teams and a variety of Turn-outs to order. L. PARSONS. •S|1BJ1J0J UOJCTJJO PUB SJOJOO J3JB.M. 'JIUI Sipui UI UOIPSJ pd 9j oqa. 'KOiAiHN. 'S 'H ™m 'm^ 8A ^1 ^X 'MM Oil Jlf XUOM. JjSKKItf oqi Sutop aiv pais '43H1H 3P iua<i iq paimo iiiitaiof AJOUBS sq} iqgrioq OABq-ioqj, ' -puBUJOD \JS UIBM 'M 9* '.TJ.nTTOS 9 EIAOTIS ?B ipso 01 my }OU op 'iqduaSoioqd ai jyoAi ssup-isJS qsiAi noi JJ s HdVclOOXOH MRS. J. E.BOWniSHS EX':EC3--&-KrT STOCK O^ MILLIN GOODS HAS ARRIVED! Ladies will find it to their advantage to examine my stoeh oefore purchasing. • Parlors in the GIUBERTSON BLOCK, McGKAWVILLE, N. _Y. THE RUSSIANS DEFEATED! On account of their shoes giving out. The en- emy \fore Shoes similar to those sold in Mc GRAWVILLE by F. E. Webster. At my store in the Corey Building will be found a LARGE STOCK and SPLENDID ASSORTMENT of Ready Made BOOTS & SHOES, SUPPERS, RUBBERS, ETC., and I gnarantee nothing will be saved by buying my line of goods else- where. 2 Sell at COHTIyTi.JVD T'HICES. Boots and Shoes made to Order and Repairing done promptly and in a workmanlike order. Call and see goods. F. E. WEBSTER Vorey Block. \\ McGrawvillc. Evans Branch Gallery, Coiiter Main & Si. 11. Streets, CORTLAND, N. Y. All who are ingtued of Fice First-Class Photograph Should not decide where to have them made unti calling at our rooms and examining samples. Prices are within reach of all. Satisfaction Guaranteed GEO. I. ^BUDEN, Artist. \ SUMMER MILLINERY Will be pleased to exhibit to the ladies her com plete stock of Millinery Goods Ai her Parlors 16 West Court St., Cortland, N. Y. Next door to the Cortland Democrat office. I wish to sell my entire stock and business to some good milliner. PBOFBiBTiSB tUr'-OTB COBTliANB: •MAE- ble Worts ana dealer i n Sctch and American Gran- ite, \Freestone .American and Italian ,Martlet Hohoments, Headstones, Tablets, T«b)e Tops, Wash -Bowl TopB, etc.,ascheapras the cheapest. 89 NorfcMato street, Cortland, H.Y. 44jl A FTER AN ABSENCE OF ONE AND ONE half years I have returned to Cortland and reopened my ' PH0T0GEAPBIC STUDIO, No. 52 Noth Main St., Where my customers wilf find me better pre- pared than ever for doing all kinds of PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK n a first-class manner, and they'can be assured -\of good treatment and satisfactory work. 1 am making the finest finish Cabinets at the very low price of $4,00 per Dozen—other sizes in proportion. Be sure to call and see me before having pic- tures made. (3,1. FAGfE, Comer Mainj8t t a!mb BroSsri Am.^. /' Cortianft, N. IT. •.'.' Bring your Friends with you and exam- ine the Immense stock of Fine - —and Artistic— FURNITURE AT R. Board & Son's We •will be pleased to show you Parlor ani Gtaiter Sis, Patent HocTcers, Desks and Centre Tables, Library and Dining Room Furniture. SPRING BEDS AHD M attresses Willow, Rattan & Cane Goods In fact everything t o be found in a first-class Furniture Store. Our stock is s o large we must sell t o make room for new goods. Prices \Way Down! Beard Building, No. 43 North Main Street, COKTZdJVD, JV. r.„ READ \WHAT THE McGRAWVILbS Photographer * SAYS: An Elegant Christmas Gift, Just what you want, an xcelent Crayon Portrait made from any style picture at greatly reduced prices. The Finest in the State. Leave your orders now and avoid the holiday rash. Call and examine specimen work before going elsewhere. Gallery always open. B&M B&M ARTISTIC PHOTOGRAPHER, ' McGrawville, If. Y. TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OP HON. S. S. •*- Knox, Surrogate of the county of Cortland, no- tice is hereby given to all persons having claims against the estate of Nathon S. Johnson, late of the town of Cortlandville, deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with the voachers thereof, to the subscriber, the executor of the es- tate of the said deceased, at his store in McGraw- ville, Cortland County, N. Y., on or before the 1st day of November, 1885. Dated, April ',6, 1SS5. DELOSS MCGEAW, Executor. N OTICE.—Pursuant to. an order of, Stratton S. Knox, Esq.. surrogate of the county of Cort- 1 B=nd, notice is neieby given to all persons having claims against the estate of Eliza W. Scnmton, deceased, late of the town of Cortlandville, In said county, to present the same with the vouchers thereof, to Timothy H, Roberts, administrator of said estate, at his place of business in Sanquoit, Oneida Co., N. T., on or Before the 12th day of March next. Dated September 12, 1885. TIMOTHY H. ROBERTS, Administrator. DICKINSON & McGRAW, Cortland, JV, T. 9 Are offering the greatest possible inducements in B00TS& SHOES Nearly all the most reliable Standard Makes known to the trade, also 2>fl\c> vo Ities, . Etc. Etc. Our Stock is Immense And we' can assure- our'customers of FAIR an HONORABLE DEALING. Special drives in & Base Ball Shoes from 75 to 85c, . . A PAIB. Don't ..f-aik to examine our stock «,.. 'before buying. B&M B&M B&M LOOK HERE! B&M B&M B&M TTO\2- C-&JST GET MOBS Drugs, Medicines, Paints and Oils at BROWN & MAYBURY S B&M DRUG AND PAINT STORE. B&M Schermerhorn Block, Cortland, N. Y. B&M T!i.s,33. -fik.:n.y Otla.er- SSo-u.se iaa . Ooxtlaaa-d. Co. B&M We ar e the Sole Agents for the County for the Celebrated H. W. John's Asbestos Ready Mixed Paints F. \W. DeVoe & Co.'s Cottage Ready Mixed Paints, Pure Brooklyn Lead, Amsterdam ajtd Jewetfs Linseed Oil. B&M We are the only house handling STJ\iaa-ZO-A.3J IlTST'IS'Cr^CBasrrS B&M in the county, to which we call the Physicians* espeeial attention. B&M Tilc Largest stock of I'irvxsses and Siappoiteis of any Drug House in\ B&M this section. B&M Farmers' Prescriptions and Recipes -we make a Spec- B&M ialty, and guarantee all goods as represented, B&M When in Cortland please call and test the truth of onr assertions. When goods B&M are not as above stated we will refund the money upon receipt of sroods. B&M - 'Keiaie-nQ.Tsex the \Place B&M Sclierrfterhorn Block, Main Street, Cortland, &. T. •8 B&M B&M B&M CHAS. F. BROWN. . s a a g •8 <8 <8 <« n q n n M, M. a a « M MAYBTJKTj ps m a a B&M B&M % B&M New Goods for Fall Trade. Bax-gains in Velvets, Silks, Satins and Dress Goods at ML C. BINGHAM'S. It will pay you to bay your Boots and Shoes at M. C. BINGHAM'S. A large stock of Blanket Sba'wles just received at M. C. BINGHAM'S. A large stock of Ladies' Jerseys at M. C. BINGHAM'S. A large stock of Carpets as cheap as you 6an buy them in Cortland County, at ' M. C. BINGHAM'S. A Large Stock of Crockery and Grlass TV are at M. C. BNGHAM'S. MAGER & W1LRAD ; Of Cortland, \ Have jnst received a laree BtotlE of new JEfelVand Winter DRY GOSbS AHD CARPBTff -' To-Day they offer yon Good calico 3c. Best Calico 5c. Half-wool cashmere 8 l-2c, Ladies cloaks $5 to $50. '• 5-button kid gloves 50c. Children's cloaks, $2.00. Heavy cotton flannels 10c. Yard-wide sheeting 4 l-2c. All-wool 6-4 Tricot flannel 80c Best colored dress silks 95c Best all-wool underwear $1 Best red flannel 25 c. • SUK velvet 97c. Dress plaids 6 l-2c. Best Bhodame silks $1.00, Good ginghams 5c. And many other Bargains and Seasonable Novelties. JLargest Stock of Together with Everything in the Line of HATS & CAPS at the Grreat Bargain Store of BURGESS & BINGHAM, 35N.MainSt, Cortland, N.Y. xt will pay you to have your furniture made to order and in a substantial manner. I make all kinds of furniture at prices corresponding with the lowest and guarantee satis- faction. All work warranted. Desks, book cases and sec- aetaries a specialty. Planing, slitting and all kinds of job work done on short no- tice. { Shop on East Main street. LouisJ.Garda aiyl Rise and Progress of the Jewelry Business. The jewelry business has , since\ the dark ages, held a most conspicuous place in^the commerce of th e world, and it ha s grown so great that it i s estimated that*6Ver fiftj- millions of dollars change hands annually through this branch alone. The business ha s been reduced to a science, and those who are not specially adapted to the business often prove an utter failure. There has. been an over supply of cheap jewelry, which after wearing a short time proves to be perfectly worth- less. The masses have been so thorough- ly swindled in this class of goods that he who i s in this line of industry must necessarily be known as a dealer who will no t misrepresent bis goods, but will give full value for all moneys ex - pended with him . Such dealers w e have in Messrs. C. P. Baldwin & Co. , who deal in diamonds, watches, jewelry, and silverware, and whose business in- tegrity as fair dealing merchants stands out before the world unimpeached. Their store is at No. 22 North Main street, Cortland, N . T. Messrs. C. F. Baldwin & Co. have a complete under- standing of the jewelry trade^ind engrav- ing and as repairers of fine watches, jewelrv, etc., have n o superiors. Give them a trial when in need of anything in their line, ** MORE NEW CLOAKS! MORE JERSEYS! A New Line of Chenille Fringes. Plush V.Ornaftients for Fancy Work. f ttiinrsM gunr.&v Ladies Hand Turned, Hand Sewed Rid Shoes for $8,0©., WMm% To the Lady buying and paying' for the largest amount of Goods from|po% till January 1st, 1886, ir^wffl^tye a Cloak of the ¥ahie of $15.00, ogyil fj^ ferred^ othergqpfls^of ||p|ali^alue. Please leitfeMow it you desire to enfei ftlhsiS ^Wliay^iYe proper: credits. <& sm w '•m S\ ; sj?i m, •M 4 d5>'l f :v

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