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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 25 September 1874

A SERIOUS BLUNDER. BY EDGAR FAWCETT. a my own wctklinir I nm filled with tlit dreamy oil of beatitude which, whllo It renders mo very unfit for any irnrtlml oct-una-tion, argues well for my eontuiMnl fa ture. Unfortunately for myself I urn under such strong hereditary obligation to a defunct grandfather a to be eompletely without a legitimate occupation of any iort. Of lato It has been my devotional cus tom to drop in upon Honoria during mornings, but on this, the antc-nuptlul day, 1 nm Interdicted from paying any matutinal rejects whatever. Suddenly I recollect, with a certain feeling of odd relief, that I yesterday Iiromixed Honoria I would go and see )r. U about my rheumatism. And so I stroll toward I)r. B 'h. A broad six-footer ot a fellow Is Dr. U, with a vast, weird-looking shag of Iron-gray hair, under which, pale, square (iiul massive, gleams a clean-cut, power ful, meditative face. lie takes my band in his own and holds it with firm but not close pressure " Pah!" he suddenl...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 2 October 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. r ...Wednesday, Sept. S3. On account of f the extensive emigration of the Mennnnltc-a to the United States h St, Petersburg dlspiteh ay tlio Russian Government proposes to ex empt members of that sect from actual mil Itary duly, except as hospital attendant.... Representatives of tbe British Government I. - HI.! . r . tl.A ITnttitlt fil . I A. i.ii uiv inr v:'vt lion, u.u fii.ivu inv. , Treasury t,03f),8in, In full satisfaction of the award made by the American and British Mixed Claims Commission. The transaction completes the negotiations growing out of mo AMionnin question. ... An oraer ny me President lms beon promulgated at Washing ton, extending the clvll-scrvlco rule to the several amVes In New York city and tho eus. turns district of Boston.... Congressional nominations on tho 22d: Liberal Third Wisconsin District, C. F. Thomp son. Democratic Sixth Wisconsin, Oabo Bouck; Ninth Missouri, David Uca. Prohlhl tl...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 2 October 1874

gcnjjobnrg Journal JaMES TIMMOXS, Editor. FRIDAY, - OCTOBKR 2 1874, Republican Ticket. to co:as, i Hon. J.m 3VT. rrrvtt. Ol Williams Connlr. Republican State Ticket. Ear Secretary of flute, ALLEN T. WYKOFr. Tor Supreme Judge ( Lcng Term,) LUTHER DAY. For Supreme Judgs 'Short Term,) W. W. JOHNSON, For Clerk of Supreme Court, RODNEY FOOS. For HtsU School Commissioner, T. W. HARVHY. Member Board or Public Works, 8. It. IIOSMER. Republican County Ticket. For Auditor, SAMUEL CASE. For Treasurer, I. W. CLAYTON. For Clerk. A. D. STEWART. For Slifrifi', C1IAS. C. It 1 It D. For Commission" rs. .1AME3 11. 1MEUCE, W. O. JEWELL. For Infirmary Director, HENRY LuXDV. For Survernr, w. n. wood. Fur Coroner, It. V. McMAIIAN. With ouch soldiersVe hare no jm pnlhy. T r have 800,000 trne Demo erats at home, who are hotter patriots than inch nb lltlon soldier."- Vault Uuri. Republican Rally Republican Rally —AT— PERRYSBURG Monday Evening, October 5, 1874. HON. A. M. PRATT AND " HON. ASHER COOK Will add...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 2 October 1874

fatllsasd Xrtrj tiUay fal.rnlng by jamcs Tiwmoxs. TFiinil On. Cnpf On. Yr If PM In A (Wane i On Cope Hli Month . I, . 1 6ft 1 00 OUR MOTTO! rjy, RE AND Let Live! Small Profits AND Quick Sales! This may bcctii old to the public because bo often used and bo eeldom carried out in good faith, nevertheless the secret to success is embodflicd in the above brief "sajing ; and as we again throw our banner to the breeze, under the old firm name of A, G. Williams & Bro, we pledge ourselves to fuir deal ing with all who may favor us with their patronage. We have ever been opposed to selling one ar ticle at less than cost to bate the umoary, and then have to charge two or three profits on other goods in order to average our profits, the like of which is be ing done every day with appar ent success, and jthat too at the expense of the purchaser. Be wise and buy where you pay a fair price for everything and then you will "Live and Let Live." Great Reduction In price of Dress Goods, and in oth...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 2 October 1874

NASBY. [From the Toledo Blade.] The Democracy of the Corners Meet in Convention and Resolve—How They Lived Up to Their Resolutions. Coafttmrr X Roam. ) (Wlch ! In the Btat n Ki-ntivkr), Sept. 19, 1874. Tlio Dlmocrlfty nr the Corners her felt, and do feel, that watcver they may hold v7, their private opinyuna to men and thing, they liey no rite to Jepardize the proupcx nv the party in the Northern rUatea, wich, after all, is to be the battle field In tho content wich la comin on, wich will decide the fate ut tho party. The Corners Is liberal, like other Dem ocratlc localities, In the matter of reso looshcns. We kin re goloot with a loose nis that he never yet been ekallcd, and A.. 11. l..l. .!..!.. .1 convlckshcn to anyeolc wich never seed us. Feelin that the people uv tho North ought to be disabused uv the Idea that the Dlmocrisy uv the Corners wuz not friendly to the colored people whose lott is cast amongst us, and feelin that the fact thf we cherish a abldin afferk shun for cm ou...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 9 October 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. Wkpnesdat, - Pcpt. 80. Lt Madrid dispatches any there hud "been continuous fighting hi the Province or XavafrO fur four days previous to tlie 2Tth. On Mint day twenty. two battalions of Carllsts attacked Ocn. Morlones' army at Bersnln. A sanguln aVy conflict ensued, resulting In the repulse of Ihd Carllsts along tho whole line. Their lostct wore wry lieavy....The New York Liberal State Conventhm has declared It un. wlso to make nominations for Ptato officers . fiA collision ofrorrrd on the IN lea A Che bingo Valle Kullrond on the 2!Hh, near Oxford, N. Y., betwowi a gravel and pitmen gr train, the former of which tM standing on thu nmin track and loading At tlio time of the Accident.' K. Child, mull Agent, was caught In the ruins of his ear, And Ms body was Ihii nod. A llrcmnn And a lady passenger wero fatally Injured, and several other per Sons were slightly bruised. The mail car And contents were burned tip. A sto...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 9 October 1874

JAMES TIMM0S8, Editor. FltIPAVr- -OCTOBER 1, 1874. the to of Republican Ticket. Fob coVGia, ZIOni A.m 3VC. I'rritt. 1)1 Wllllnm Conntr. Republican State Ticket. Enr Secretary of Slate, AIXLN T. VYIKOFr". for Supreme Judge. Ttrm,) LUTHEU DAY. Fof Supreme Judge (Short Term,) w. w. johssojt, For Clerk of Rnpremer Court, RCDN'RY F003. For Stale School Commissioner, T. W. HARVEY-. Member Board or Pulillo Work. B. R. H03MER. a. Republican County Ticket. For Aii'!lt"ry SAMUEL CASE, or Treasurer, I. V. CLAYTON. For Clerk, A. D. STEWART. Fr Slieriff, CfTAS. C. B.YIRD. Vr C(imn!lKi"nr, .1 A l Krl U. lMEKCK, IIENUT CARREL. For Inflrtmry llirector, HKN'UY LtiNDV. For Surveyor, w. ii. w6or. For Cnrimi-r, R. V. McMAHAN. r ISlfcV 5- y .s-a.Sr..,ii.?T' r- : - r p BE VIGILANT! tory U not always to the strong, but to tli vigilant and nc lve? Como out on efectlon day early In the morning, stay at the polls all d ly and see to it that our neighbors are out also. 'Procrastination Is the Thiefof Time." R...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 9 October 1874

PaUiad Kry ?rtday Kerala; iy JAMES TIITIMOflS. T f it in v I Oni Copy On Tr It 98 If Paid la Ade anc 1 On Oodt 81s Unntli 1 00 OUR MOTTO! IK hkdfl bmI b AND Let Live! Small Profits AND Quick Sales! This may seem- old to the public becaose bo often used and so seldom carried out in good faith, nevertheless the secret to success is emborfdu d in the ubove brief Buying-; and as we again throw our banner to tho breeze, under the old fum name of A. G. Williams & Bro, wp pledge ourselves to fair deal ing wi' h all who may favor us with their patronage. We have evt r been opposed to selling one nr ticle at less than cost to bate the unwury, and then have to charge two or three prufits on other goods iu order to average our profits, the like of which is be ing done every day with appar ent success, and jthat too at the expense of the purchaser. Be wise and buy where you pay a fair price for everything and then you will "Live and Let Live." Great deduction In price of Dress Goods, and in...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 9 October 1874

Bob Gibbons' "Blind." JuixiK flElivtd, thn Associate Juntice of the First District TcrritorUl Court of Montana, is Justly celebrated for Ms legal learning, nnu is greatly beloved by his friends, lie Is stern, upright and honest. But with all bis legal attain ments he Is not the greatest man at cards in the Territory. It has been said that he did not know the jack of hearts from the ace of diamonds. In the Itadcrsburq mining camp three persons were sitting around a table In one of those log-cabin snloons, " with a billlard-tablo attached," which are so common in mining camps, playing a small game of three-handed poker. A quarrolcnsued, which resulted in an ag gravated caso of assault and battery. This did not end the affair, for at the next term of the court, at tho bend of tho docket, 'stood the Territory of Mon tana rs. A. L. Parks, for an assault and battery, with Intent to kill, on the body of Andy Anderson. The trial came on, and the only wit ness to the affray was Bob Gibbons, ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 16 October 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. Wfoswdat, Oct. 7. The failure of It. B. Patterson, broker, wag announced In New York on tlio (It li. Tlicro wore also minora on Wall street of trouble In nil departments of trade, nnd tlio utmost uso was made of them to depress stocks, mid wllh good success , . M. ,1. Townsond linn neon notnliiiitcil fur Omjrress by tho Kcpiilill--nin of tlio Seventeenth Now York District ...Tlio Conservative Statu Central Cominlt .co of Louisiana bus Issued (in uchlrcse to the jcnple In vlilc h tlicy claim tlmt tlio White Ungues wore organised a an offset to Black caguos, composed of colored men, which at tin time, they any, wore humorous through. Mil the State.... President Grant arrived at St. Louis on tho night of tlio 5th. .. .Tlicro will ho n totiil eclipse of tho moon on tho night of tho 2-Uh Inst., visible In this country. The odipsc will begin it little hoforo midnight and end about three o'clock on tho morning of tho 35th...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 16 October 1874

JAMES TIMMONS, Editor. FRIDAY, - OCTOBER 10,1871. REPUBLICANS REPUBLICANS OF WOOD COUNTY "O. K." The Coon has Caught the Rooster in the Wood County Corn Field CtfOJ Republican Majority in Wood Co. Over 500. 'Good News From Home." Bad News From Abroad. Ohio Democratic by 15,000. INDIANA DO. The news from Columbus placo the Democratic majority in the State at 15, 000, and the official returns will, probably, Increase rather than dira'nlsh the major ity. The delegation from Ohio In tho Resent Congress stands 13 Republicans to 7 Democrat. This has been transpos gress will stand 13 Democrats to 7 Republicans. Indiana has gono from 13,003 to 18,000 Democratic, and the Congressional delegation will stand 4 or 5 Republicans to 8 or 9 Democrats the present delega tion standi 10 Republicans to 3 DvUi crats. Iowa and Nebrask are the only Stale i that send cheerful news to Republican! tv y standing fast to the filth. Hon. Cras. Foster of the 10th, dis trict is re elected by 117 mnjority. Let us...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 16 October 1874

gcuggtmrg goitrnal. faMlshed Krsry i"rtdy Morning by J A sirs TI.ttMOXS. Tr it m si Dm Cnpy Ons'Yssr tf Paid ia Adrancs OntCnpy Hit Months , 12 no . 1 60 . 1 00 OUR MOTTO! AND Let Live! Small Profits AND io l f M Quick Sales! This may Bccm old to the publi lie because so ofien used and so seldom curriitl out in good f;iilh, nevertheless the secret to success is entboi'.dit d iu the above - brief sing ; and as we again throw our b urner to the breeze, undtr the old fum tin me of A, G. Williams & Bro, we pledge ourselves to fair deal ing vih all who may favor us with their patrouago. We have ever been opposed to selling one ar ticle at less than cost to bide the tinwary, and theu have to charge .two or throe profits on other goods in order to average our profits, the like of which is be ing done every day with appar ent success, and jthat too at the expense of the purchaser, lie wise and buy where you pay a fair price lor everything and then you will "Live and Let Live." Great Red...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 16 October 1874

A Fight Between a Tiger and a Grizzly Bear. In an ortlclu on " Show Mfr," In llie ('liIcnRo Time, the writer tells tlio fol lowing old-tinio Incident: On one ofcusion Lent wns part owner of n trnvclinK circus nnd mcniigcrle. One diiy lie mot a mnn out West who lind a Rrlz.ly bear for unlo. As tlio iinininl was a ii)lendid H)eclnien of a young f;ri,.ly. Lent pureluised Mm, and after ic got It i urn ho found himself In the posi tion of tlio mnn who drew tlio elephant. There, was but one cage in the menngcric that could contain tho bear, and that al ready had an occupant In the shapo of a largo and finely developed Uengal tiger. Lent told one of his partners that ho w as going to quarter the grizzly with the tiger " The dickens you nre," was tho an swer. " Why that tiger will make a square meat of him before you can wink." "All right. If ho does, I'm satisfied," says Lent. " You look after your tiger and I'll take enro of my bear." The grizzly was accordingly lifted into tho cage, the ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 23 October 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. Wednesday, Oct. 14. A special from flantnnder In the London 7iH Mall (hittiu of tlie i:itli says tlicre ars Indication! of the ur. render of thn cntiro Carllst army In the near future. Two battalion had already siirren dcrcd (it Algorta, and the Carllst provincial authorities at Durango have given public no. tiro that those wishing to lay down their arm may do no.... The Turkish town of Akhlolyl, containing WW inhabitants, has been entirely destroyed by flro Henry L. Pierce In the Fourth and Ooorgo F. Hour In the Ninth Massachusetts Districts have tieon renominated for Congress.... The convention of Southern Republican met at ClialUttioogn on the 13th. About 200 dele gab?s were present. A lethrr wu rend from the llcpithtlcuti Congressional Committee. Lewis K. Parsons, of Alnbnma, wan chosen permanent President. A committee, eon. slstlng ot one from each State, was ap pointed to prepare an address upon the condition...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 23 October 1874

gwgobnrg journal. JAM KM TIM HONS, Fdllor. Fill DAY, OCTOB1SR 2:J.1S74. Yel t We h Td ri'-arJ tmm luY. us lifiir m wire aliout )iin. lll.KU It I iiil villi nt that H t.i not the bs' tlilnf to " imop It.rar wMIe croilij( ft stream," urul then !.,(! th.nk dinvn with the IVlfiH Pot nice. Information 1ms Iw n rce Ivtil itf Xew O I that vtjTu (he arrival of Viil ed K atea tnjips at CoU'tiHtU, conw filfcen Whlto LonjrtRr who wr reerjf igrtl hi th F. o-nt murilir of It pnWIran olllcd hold er 1Tj(I to Arkansas mi I Terns. The Maoojilc Orari'l Loljrcc f OMoas "mhleil nt Cilurnb'H on Timl.tv, nJ on WaJiieailay fle.jffil nil thcolJ oflljirs. Wm. Chook, V. M.of Puojilt Lxltfn, was the acoreJIt'id diOrito an'l wm In attendance. The tnei'tliif adjourned to ais mble at the nmi p'ioc, on tho tlili'd TursJajr of October. 1.75. i m mm With a temperance plank in the llepub llcn State platform to drive mn of op posite vlewa away, and a Pro l'jltlo.1 p.ir ty in the fluid to take temperance mfti, 1 it an...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 23 October 1874

gwrturj gourmtlL Tabllshsd trty Frldty Hernia; by JAMES TI.HitlOSS. T F 11 in N s On Coff On Year $2 A If Paid in Advene I HI) One Copy Hit Month 1 Ot OUR MOTTO! and Let Live! Small Profits AND Quick Sales! iBsfl till U ijsii This may seem old to the public because bo often used and so seldom carried out in good faith, nevertheless the secret to success is einboildu d in the above brief sfij ing ; and ns vre fiiiin throw oar b in nor to tho breeze, under i he old Hi in nnme of A. G. Williams & Bro, W" pledge ourselves to fair deal ing wi h all who may favor us with their patronage. We have ever been opposed to selling one ar ticle nt less than cost to bale the unwary, and then have to charge two or three profits on other g.).ds ia order to average our profits, the like of which is be ing done every day with appar ent success, and 4that too nt the expense of the purchaser, lie wise and buy where you pay a fair price lor everything and then you will Live and Let Live." Great lied ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 23 October 1874

THE CHATTANOOGA CONVENTION. The Resections Adopted and the Address Upon the Condition of Affairs in the Southern States. In the Chattanooga Convention on the 11th the Committoeon Outragci reported T-rotfreufi ftnd anked to bo excused from reporting to the convention bemuse of the voluminous matter they were re quired to handle. After some opposi tion the report was adopted, with in Pt ruction a to the committee to pro pent their stat!ics early in the session of Congress. The resolutions, unanimously adopted, are substantially as follows: Whir a. We remcnlzo the tonality of all imn before the law, mid hoM that ft is the duly of the (tovnruinent In dealing with the people to mete nut equal and exact JuMlce to all, of what ever rr., color or purmiaaion, religion or poll tiff; and Wiikhha. The Federal ContrreM haa the nn. rlonhtcd pwpr to enforce by unliable lelfllntlon (he paid rlghta ; therefore, be it leninit, That wo rcnftlrm and Indorse the platform oft lie National Uepubltcan Conv...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 30 October 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. Wednesday, Oct. 21. Special, dis patches to tlio London Time say Uit nctfotl tlon for the surrender of the Cnrlist Imtul. --ooitnio,(1ri; by Jtct-u1 iixt OarnsJa ,Iib6 arpBrenttyfaire. The Crf!uts ' havo burned a manufactory within sight of the Republican linen at llllhoa V.'.Tha Bmiheg) National :.,trk nt Milford, N. II., i rolitxJT JM Bight " Of th " 19th of lOn.fM Tnf'VY-. "id bonds. ) . . Tho YcriiamtCf.-- ..Ho re-elected OcorguF. tTJ I.?.. g.'jM&'l fltal Ben ate for sit biiw, iT Tv.'Ot Mreh. .,..TifiiUty-.N.(i,pBten tt 1 en FrM. Jco;V V,,,. ncod 13505 ... .Fi5l gLt4i'vtraI f polyfainy by tlits ttrund Jury at Salt Lako City on tbJ j aoth.......nd?w Hlmtn lturbof ha ; 'heon i noral tatted for Cknj- gross' by the Republicans of the Fifth Wisconsin District In pliico of Col. Cochrane, faellnca.,.. Tho Republicans of the Third II H Unols District have renominated Chnrlcs B. ,'Farwoll for Conjrrcsa. Sidney flmlt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 30 October 1874

JAMES TIMMOX9, Editor. Fill DAT, OCTOBER 30,1874. tn ippaklug r.f the c. tuca of the dofeat of Mr. I'nm in this district, Ihe Ckva laud has th lolllo Ing t tVitt, Rsnnblldin, In Ibe Tolsdo TllsIrM, ran 1 ,V5 brlilnd tli ticket for Conirresa. It wfll In rcmimbiTd tbst Sherwood was defeated fur ro-nominatlon br the warfare of tht Toledo llhtdtarrt lb Toledo pout. fliee. Th. unten linn which nominated Pratt was mull up In mii br a packed dloiriit!iin from Toledo, whh-h win secured be twfair nwane, one half of the Lucas connir Republicans harlnjr beendisFran rhiaed br a trick In lb connir ennreotton. We Iriiat'th sorer, loason tanftit br thl ele tion will Knob ill Toledo politicians of the Nasbr school that il is onsafs tn ttlflo with tba franchise of dlliine, and that the Republican maturities c onlr be maintained by allowing tba people a fair ahow in the primaiies. 1 he miaerable acramble orer second clasa post- oflW, wliU'li Naabf could nut net, baa coat Ohio a llcptiblican member of...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 30 October 1874

Publish titty ttlity stcrnlit; J ASICS TlftlRIOlVS. TFitinBt On RnpT On Tear 1 ffr B -1 J i j , 11 ii rin ii uninncB ,.,, i 11 On Copy Hit Months 1 0 OUR MOTTO! LIVE AND Let Live! Small Profits AND Quick Sales! Thi3 may seem old to the public because so often used and so seldom currud out in good faith, nevertheless the secret to success U etubodditd in the above brief Bii)ing ; nnd ns we again throw our b inner to tho breeze, under the old fiim tin me of be of A. G. Williams & Bro, wo pledge oarselvesto fair deal ing with all who may favor us with their patronage. We have evtr been opposed, to selling one ar ticle at less than cost to late the uniwry, and then have to charge two or three profits on other goods io order to average our profits, the like of which is be ing done every day with appar ent success, and ,that too at the expense of the purchaser. Be wise, and buy where you pay a fair prico for everything arid then you will " Live and Let Live." ' . an lit lu for Great R...

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