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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 November 1888

rt ' m/k^sKmu TIE .HINEOLK IEEILY M9IIIBR. Why Not Plant Wheat? v., M1' some City Directory. LODGES. MASONIC. [INKOLA LODGK, No. 502, A. K. A A. M., will holil h Muted communication at Ma- sonic Hall on Widnenday, Nov. 21st, at 7.M0 p. in. VlaltliiR liretliren are fraternally Invited. J. F. MrlUNlM., W. M. It. M. Arsistronu, Act'e Sec. KNIGHT OK PYTHIAS. MINKOLA LODGE, No. 2S, meets erery Tuesday evening, Monitor tiuildlntr. F. P. H A mill, C. C. K. II. UltucB, K. K. & 8. I. O. O. K. MINKOLA LODGE. No. 213, I. O. O. F., meets lirBt and third Monday nlylits in each mouth. \V. T. I'KBWOHTIl, N. G. J. II. Newsou, Secretary. CHURCHES. Mktiiodist— l'reuchliiB overy 1st and 3rd Sun days at 11 o'clock a. in. and K p. m. Simcliij school every Sunday at ti a. m. J. L. Doiison, Pastor. Taking the idea from the Tyler Courier, which lias been for some time hammering at the farmers of Smith county in a laudable effort to induce them to plant wheat, we have given the matter some atten- tion a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 November 1888

Tr—" "if1W- r . >• r> Tie Mlneola Weekly Monitor J publian* 1tut uts at CATB ft TEAOARDBM. SUBSCRIPTION FBtCfti One vpj, Om Tear 11.00 On Copy, Biz Month* 76 On* Copy, Fomr Months 00 V*tOI«4 it th« JKMtofflM M tMOttd ■ FOREIGN NOTES. London, Not. 10.—a saloon passeri ger named Pyna fell overboard las night from one of tho steamers rutininj between Holyhead and Dublin and wit drowned. It is reported the man wa- Mr. Jasper Douglas Pyno, tnombor o parliament for West Waterford. A bailiff named Lynch bail boon sho' dead at Kilbarry. An explosion of firo dam; lias occur red in Frederick pit at Dour, in tin > province of Hainault; and thirty miner Were killed. Later dispatches say thirty-two pri- sons were killed. At the time of tin explosion thirty-five mon were in th> pit, anil out of this* number only thrci escaped alive, and they were all m<>r> or less injured. A ukase has bocn issued adding two divisions to the eighth army corps in western Russia. The British ste...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 November 1888

.^akaui., Jftk,. ■■ •• :4iwaila^a jo* s Mjflb^ A/.: t * I i '''": TRICKS OF A RACCOON. HI* J'outineis lor the < littrn and ■laid Upon a live-Hive. Until within a few years past hunt* ing tbe raccoon was the favorite sport of young men and bo.vs of l'latuburg, writes a correspondent fi;pw that pleasant Missouri town. The bottom lands of Horse Fork and Smith's Fork of the Platte river abounded in wild honey, grapes, berries, persimmons, pawpaws and acorns, upon which countless raccoons feasted and fatten- ed. The hunt would be on moonlight nights, beginning about midnight and lasting till the break of day. it was generally inaugurated with the blow- ing of horns, shouting of boys and barking of dogs. Only the country charivari is equal to the noise while the hunt is in progress. As the "'raccoon does his traveling by night, his trail through the hazel brush along the creek border is easily found. Some- time? ho shows tiglu and keeps the dogs at bay until he cau "climb a tree, which...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 November 1888

?*■" : " * - ■-"- —« Cra|NiitOB l B« IIIDDt. Washington, 0. C. Nov. 11.— The reapportionment of congres- sional representation from states will be made durin ((the nossion fol- lowing the taking of the eleventh census In June, 1890. This pro- ceeding will be carried out under Republican auspices, and the fact il giving great concern to demo- crats, particularly those from the south. This is a feature of the republican victory that is of the greatest importance, and which must lead to a discussion and prob- able action on the question of the suppression of the colored vote in the south. There will be an in- crease in the representation of a number of tin- Western states, nat- urally republican, which together with the admission of four new states with twelve electorial votes, will in 1892 make republican suc- cess almost a certainty, and ren- der the solid south a factor of less Importance than it now is. The significance of this feature is appre- ciated by none so much as the leader...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 December 1888

y SUBSCRIPTION PRICE : One Copy, Oiia Year $1.50 One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Months 50 Liberal DbMnnts to Clubs. JL Advertising Ratts made known on application. !0I PRI1TI1S A SPECIALTY. VOL. XII. MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1888. NO. 10. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. HORACE M. CATS, Attorney - at - Law, Minbola, Tkxas. Offers his professional services to the people of AVood and surrounding coun- ties. Will practice in alt the courts of the State and the Federal court at Tyler. *> " w. m. giles k. m. hicks. GILES & HICKS, Attorneys and Counsellors at-Law — ANDJ~ Real Estate Office, MINEOLA, TEXAS. THE CHEMISTRY OF CHARACTER. Hi B. HART. JNO. T. CRADDOCK. HART A CRADDOCK, Attorneys - at - Law, Mineola, Texas. Practice in the /District and inferior courts of the State and the Supreme and Federal courts at Tvier. / IK W. CROW^ Attorneys at - Law, and" NOTAltY MINEOLA, - - TES S. Oilice in the Denson building. R. N. STAFFORD, / Attorney - at - Law, AND Real Estate Agen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 December 1888

r./ ■fr; ; f If 3 ' f |E Bt- i & S' 1 Sv 'i £v «. K' P I 1 I / ) ria CLOCK. I heurl tlio old clonk ticking noar ray <pen chamber door In ii soft mul sweet inotalllc tono I novor ho ir.l l^oforo; It sans to m«( :i muxiui und impressed upon my tnliid This truth tlmt old Eternity can never leave behind - 'A truth an old uh Father Timo that fur a thousand yo irn Has fallen on a myriad of dull, unheeding ears— "Whether it ho of happiness, or whether it he of pain. The hour that lap passed you hy will never eome again." The nl I cluck resurroutoJ tho doid and hurled past. An I a thon-mud recollections camo o'er me, thick and fast. In the varied panorama that my flitting fanc.v drew My own mlHupeut, misguide 1 youth was ele irl.v brought to view; And Kprinifing iroiri my restlOBB couch I crioj: Time, delay I'1 Hut. tho o'd rVck somed to answer: "To* Morrow i!) 11 Way - Whether it he of sunshine, or whether it he of ruin, The hour that has passed you by will never come again." Hut am...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 December 1888

— *■, nwtuufc *■■ *,«??*;«• ww*** ll 1 \ * t "1? HIS LIFE WELL LIVED. ► Uotcli of tlie I'D to Auioa TtobbluN, tlie liiiuoiia I'oulierer. Amos Bobbins, the xuillioiiuiro gntno dealer ot Fulton Market, who died in Brooklyn the other day. left as mauv friends almost a.s he bequeathed dol- lars to iiis heirs. For lifty-three years he sold game and poultry to the best hotels and steamship linea in New York. A Massachusetts man, who never let a friend want, Mr. Kobbins was known in circles far bevond the reach of his business connections. His father was a poor Massaohuttos farmer. Ills brother Nathan began by selling produce and poultry in Funeuil llall, llost<> , but before his death oc- eupied the same position in the "Hub" that Amos lilled in Gotham, becoming pres'deut of Fanouil Hall Market be- fore his death. Amos came to this city in 18.'i( , the only one of the brothers to leave Bos- ton, and the opening of his plane in Fulton Market was coincident with the establishment of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 December 1888

•" ' '-r~ ■ WW v n "W «K^p ■f j ; THE MINEOLA WEEKLY MONITOR, 1'UBLtKIIKD EVF.IIV KATUIIDAY BV w. it. ti:a<;aim)i:n. Saturday, Dec. 1, 1888. Entered at the post office an m-cond clans matter. To Our Campaign Subscriber*. With this issue of our paper all campaign subscriptions expire— Cokk to succeed himself in the United States Senate seems to be a foregone conclusion. It is believed that Bill Fanner, Jake Rhodes, Streeter, Belva Lock- wood, Marion Martin and Grover Cleveland were counted out.—La- bor Organ. It is claimed that Attorney-Gen- eral Hogg received the largest majority in the recent election of any candidate in the Union. His majority reached about 200,- 000. Hogg is a big man, anyway you take him.—Tvler Courier. that is, the subscriptions of all those who accepted our offer of last summer and paid us 50 cents cash for the paper until December 1st To all those subscribers we will make the following offer: We will continue to send you the pa- per during the year, payabl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 December 1888

«Trrr*m -T7~^ -Sflfjj THE MIIEBLA WEEILT M8KITQR' City Directory. LODGES. MASONIC. MINEOLA LODG15, No. 501!. A. F. & A. M., will hold a utateil communication at Ma- > sonic Hull on Wednesday, Deo. 12th, at 7:.'I0 l>. in. Viiitlug brethren nrc fraternally Invited. J. 1'. MCDaniki., W. M. It. M. Akmstkonu, Aet'g Bee. KNIGIIT OK PYTHIAS. MINKOI,A LODGE, No. Si, meet* cfCI') Tuesday evening, Monitor bnlldlnit. K. P. 11 A ii l i i ., C. C. R. II. IlKl'CB, K. R. A S. i. o. o. V. MINEOLA LODGE, No. 243, I. O. 0. F„ meetx first und third Monday nights in each month. W. T. l'RBWORTII, N. G. J. H. Kbwiom, Secretary. CHURCHES. Mkthoiiikt—Preaching every 1st and 3rd Sun- Mays at U o'clock u. in. and s p. m. Sunday (cnool every Sunday at a. m. J. L. DokboN, Pastor. Baitist—Preaching every 2nd and 4th Sun- days at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school every Sunday at a. m. Call in at will be surprj of furniture Wigley's, you at the low prices Our friend, Dr. H. A. Conger, of Celeste, Hunt ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 December 1888

B™- -W V W: ' • • 7— -" r~r—* The Mlneoia Weekly Monitor i* it if: m. 1^' ~ *V I 9' publish kd ktxkt UTSIDil it CATK ft TBAOARDBN. SUBSCRIPTION PlilCE: One copy, Ona Tear 11.60 One Copy, Six Month* 78 One Copy, Four Month* 00 Entered at the poatoffice m second «Uu matter. EXGHANGE COMMITTEE. St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 85.—While the Joint comniittoo of rangemen and butch- lira was In session in tho exposition building tho mooting of tho committee from tho live stock exchanges of Chica- go, St. Louis, Omaha and Kansas City was hold at tho Southern hotel. They were roinforcod by coceders from tho convention and adopted a set of reso- lutions sotting forth their views. The preamble recites that, whereas, an in. rpection and approval of meat pro- ducts is necessary to command the con- fidence of the consumer, and such in- spection and approval should be made under an authority free from local prejudices and the interestsof producer and consumer alike demand the best facilities for the marketin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 December 1888

■■ $851 ™ «. L> NOTOHIETY. 'V V * >■ / li o I'lmi xiimi llelnilim lo ilia * orhiti I <>xlre« of Modern ►octoly. Tim mnrblil iiudiro to sue one's mi mo in which invailos uvory rmik of iu jUoi'n sooioly, kohiiis lo bo on Uie in- vriMso. nntl, unless eliockod, will, writes Hobai't (Jlmlliekl Taylor in America, ovcnlunlly <lo away with the sanctity of private life. There is un- f]iiuKtionably a growing impression that the private afl'alrs of niou, ami oven women, are public properly to bo "written up' at will bv anv journalist who is clever enough to benomo ac- quainted with them. Nor is the desire for gossip creatcJ entirely by the de- mands of Hie reading public; the people who arc written about seem far from averse lo such notoriety, and often themselves aid I lie newspaper man in his work. There is inidmilit- cdlv an increasing number of people imbued with a desire lo live a double existence—the private life, which the most common-place person must load. .•Hid the pub...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 December 1888

I IkW' i I r i K i ,, I;',; i'" I THE chance of a Lifetime to buy GOODS AT; J - A - CASPARY Has abandoned all idea of profit for the present season and will sell goods from now until January 1st, 1889, regardless of cost or consequences. His stock i.s full and complete in every department, atotsisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Gents Furnishing Goods, Dress goods. Also a complete line of staple and Fancy Groceries, Tobaccos. Etc,, Etc. These goods are for sale, and th«y will be ofl'ered at prices that will sell them. Everything in the house is fresh and new, bought under the most favorable circumstances and carefully selected. / BWBaMMBgB5BKH«lMaaSJa!Jgg2.;IZSiatf The Attention of the Ladies Is especially called to tlis magnificent line of fine Wraps, Silks, Satins, Velvets Worsted, comprising all the most fashionable styles and shades of line ' Dress (ioods, and their attention is particularly directed to the complete line it!' LADIES HATS, LACKS, HIHBONS, CL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 December 1888

%" ■*T •>* Advertisiag PUtu made known on application. 5UBSCRITTIOK PH1CE : \ One Copy, Ono Year fl.50 One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Months 50 Liberal DtiMaati t* Clabs. VOL. XII. MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1888. KO. 11. PROFESSIONAL CAMS. HORACE M. CAT1, Attorney - at - Law, Mineola, Texas. Offers his professional fvrvices to h, people of Wood and surrounding coun- ties. Will practice in *11 the courts of the State and the Federal court at Tyler. w. m. giles e. m. hicks. GILES & HICKS, Attorneys and Counsellors at-Law — AND — Real Estate Office, MINEOLA, TEXAS. B. B. I1A11T* JNO. T. CRADDOCK. HART & CRADDOCK, Attorneys - at - Law, Mineola, Texas. Practice in the District and inferior courts of the State and the Supreme and Federal courts at Tvler. D. W. CROW, Attorney - at - Law, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, MINEOLA, - - TEXAS. Office in the Denson building. R. N. STAFFORD, Attorney - at - Law, AND Real Estate Agent, Mineola, Texas. Will practice in all the cou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 December 1888

",«*Tpr A WAIL FROM MR. DOLAN. ff . I1 I Itt,/ m ■HKg, |,r; It ml r-p |v'.: K ' ' $ p. Pit I There's thrubblo emno Into the liouco, Ami worritin' aud pain, , And grief's cumo |« urln' on us, Whin wo only looked for ruin. 'Tis ulL because our o.deut girl To inuKio did aspire, The divil's walked inlil the piano Sirico lJridget joined the choir. It's h1u|H'1ohb Heights we'repasaiu' now, Sho nivor lot's us rest, She practices 011 un'.heiiis To he given by ivip;e:it. The poll o ciime to slop tho no'sc, Our rlnt's tin dollars higher; Tht) dlvll's walked intil tho pluco . Since Bridget Joined the eriofr. —Merehaut Travclor. DeacillffsFaii by jiAitttii/r iir.i:ciii;it Kxowf. CIlAPTICIt VI (CO.NTISI'KD. ) "Oh, show ni''that letter," said Dhinu; anil Mrs. 1 *i1 kin, hoping to traiiiuili/o I.it, gave her >la . os's 11 te. "lie thinks I don't care for him, " she sold. reading it hastily. "Well, I Jon t wonder Hut I do rare! 1 love l.iin belter tlliili anybo ly or any hlii'z else under the su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 December 1888

v.. 7 < I 1 I THE FRENCH HEADSMAN. An intereatlng Cbat wlth^be Kins of (be Guillotine.' Few people have ever seen the public executioner of Franco, and it is no easy matter to find him, for the police refuse to givo his address, and his name is carefully omittod from the directory. The dreaded "Monsieur de Paris." as ho is called by the lower classes, is, however, M. Doibler. and he rent3 a tlat on the second iloor at No. 8 Rue Vicq d' Azir, u squalid little street, half au hour s walk awuy from the Roquetto Prison. This man, who conducts tho ceremonies in which the guillotine plays the most promin- ent part, is a very quiet person, of re- tiring disposition, who dreads notoriety and avoids contact with his neighbors ns much as possible. There is notli ng in the headsman's appearance nor in his home to denote Ins ghastly olliee. After some dillicuity the Now York World Paris correspondent secured the address of M. Doibler and found that the head man was not indisposed to tell the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 December 1888

'(■ I fry J It If \t I V- I p.. I ! I I ■ >■ > y I' Sv V' I ^ I■ 'h h. y II b \ I MIIEOLt WEEKLY MON1TBR. PUBLISHKO KVBHY HATUHDAT BT w. b. teagaitden. Saturday, Dec. 8, 1888. Entered at the post office as second- class matter. Thk Scientific American esti- mates that the population of the United States will be shown by the «enmi§ of 1890 to be 70,000,000. A Thrust at the Bulam !•- tercat of Mineola that will be as Harmless In Affect m It la Unfounded In Cauae. A* the international fair at San Antonio Col. Jot Gunter, of Sher man, carried off the principal prices for the finest Texas bred Hereford and Short horn cattle. Aij- persons desiring to visit the interstate immigration convention at tfoatgoraery, Ala., will take no tlec that excursion tickets will be put on sale December 10th, good vattl January 5th. One fare for the round trip. Thbhk is no office in the gift of the people of Texas that Roger Q, Milla is not entitled to and that the people would not give him, but those...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 December 1888

THE MUESLI WEECLT lIMTtlt, r,1 City Directory. LODGES. MASONIC. riNEOLA I.ODUK, N«. MW, a. F. * A. M., L will hold a itntefl eommantaatton at Ma •omp Hall on Wednesday, Doo. 12th, at 7:30 •ji. m. Visiting brethren are fraternally Invited. J. P. McDanixl, W. M. R. M. Aumktroko. Act's Sec. KNIGHT OF PYTHIAS. INKOLA LODGE, No. 25, meets CTery Tueaday evening, Monitor building. P. P. HAMILL. C. C. R. H. Bancs, K. R. * S. I. O. O. P. MINEOLA LODGE, No. 243, I. O. O. P., meets first and third Monday nights In month. W. t. pebwobth, N. g. J. H. Nbwiom, Secretary. /m CHUHCHKS. Methodist—Preaching every 1st and 3rd Sun- days at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday bjuool every Sunday at a. m. J. l. Dobson, Pastor. BAmiT—Preaching every 2nd and 4th Sun- days at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school every Monday at (a. n. McCabe & Young's Minstrels at the Caspary opera house Friday night. Cotton continues to flow into Mineola and business is good, not- withstanding the bad crop. We regret to n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 December 1888

i^fi ' ^ ^f3:^.'3i^rifiii!r- laMMff otW' * '•f'':>\7^^':- . ...... gp*ns B; 1 | 4 I f' $1 I l' tw n I- r ! § i I 111 • i u: t k '■ f I The Mineola Weekly Mooitoi PUBLISHED KVKKT SATURDAY BT CATB ft TEAGARDEN. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One copy, Oire Year $1.50 One Copy, Six Months "75 One Copy, Pour Months 5" Entorttd t the postofQce as second ilass matter. PRESIDENT DIAZ" INAUGURATION El Paso, To*., Nov. 3d.—Prepara. tions are being made, not only in tin cities of Patio del Norte and Chihuahua, but also in other towns in the state of Chihuahua, to celebrate in an impres- sive manner the 1st of December, the day on which President Diaz.formally begins his second term. Din z is very much liked throughout the state, part- ly on account of his gredt friendship for Carlos Pachcco, his minister of pub- lic works, who is Chihuahua's favorite son. In the city of Chihuahua a coin mittco of the leading federal office- holders has been formed, with Gen. J M. Cervantes, commanding the second mili...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 December 1888

- UNCLE DAN'S INVENTION. w k'l He Man Wlio llullt tk« First tab liver 1'ut on a Locomotive. '•Who built tho tirst "locomotivo is n Gjuct of as mucli diacussiou us Hie tobk'in of who built tho tirst sleuni- j|! t," said a Now York Central engi- er to a Now York Telegram report- Americans have always boliovod it Robert Fulton made the first prac- fenl steamboat, but tlio Si'Oteli eu«i- li'i's (teolared that ho stole all his bum froiu a Scotch engineer. h'lioru is a good iloal of controversy bout tiio tirst locomotive, but 1 know certainty who built tho lirst cab lur |iut 011 a locomotive. This para- fciph about it from tho N.iw ilavou mioii is true. It was written by a Bond of mine: 'Undo" Dan Fisher lives at Old liybrook. When about seventeen sal's of n«e he was iireman on the |New York," ling neer Samuel lougherty, the first locomotive over Inn over the Marlem road. For live lionilis lie shoved wood into Hie fur-- lace of that locomotive, and at tlio ■ml of tluit liino he was as com...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 December 1888

n- If b i ; n n - ■ 1 • ^ ;•■ •■•*" I Slwfffeni^1* • «"Wf! yWWBW1 •' - i? •| ! THE chance of a Lifetime to buy GOODS AT YOUR OWN" PRICE I J - A - CASPARY Has abandoned all idea of profit for the present season and will sell goods from now until January 1st, 1889, regardless of cost or consequences. Ilia stock is full and complete in every department, consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Gents Furnishing Goods, Dress goods. Also a complete line of staple and Fancy Groceries, Tobaccos. Etc,, Etc. T!,esc goods are for sale, and they will be offered at prices that will sell them. Everything in the house is fresh and new, bought under the most favorable circumstances and carefully selected. The Attention of the Ladies Is especially called toths magnificent line of fine Wraps, Silks, Satins, Velvets, Worsted, comprising all the most fashionable styles ajid shades of fine ' Dress Goods, and their attention is particularly directed to the complete line of LADIES HATS...

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