The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on October 14, 1891 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 14, 1891
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THE REPUBLICAN: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1891. $HE OOTOTT NEWS, itepovtcd by Special Correspondents. r Tftfc ItfcrttBUCAK publishes more outside ;itfWS from the country mid sumnindlna towns ,than all the six other papers published in Kos- Stith county combined. FtM 1 the Hancroft NKWS see paf?e o. To t'.oRUESPONDENTS :—AH correspondence lot the ItKPrjiiMOAJr should reach this offlce Hot later than Tuesday evening. Please bear this in mind. Hon. Geo. Van Houten, -AT- WESLEY, OCT. At 2 P. M. Everybody turn out and hear the Republican Gaudidate for Lieut.-Gov. WKSLEY. J. Loagbottom visited Algona Saturday Dr. A. M. Tuttlc, formerly of Wesley, has gone into the hay business in Bancroft, Fred Amcsbury has returned to Wesley and is again at work in Bacon & Sons hardware store. Fred A. Corey visited Mason City last week. We suspect be was attracted thither by the races. Mr. rind Mrs. F. J. Chapin accompanied by Mr. Win. Ward, started yesterday for Fond du Lnc, Wisconsin, to visit friends and relatives. The Ladies Aid Society give a supper fit Grove's Hall next Wednesday evening the proceeds to be used for painting and repairing the M, E. church. The Wesley band went to Algona Saturday to participate in the republican rally. We learn that they were complimented for their excellent music. Miss .Rose Colby spent Sunday with friends in Algoua. She speaks highly of the sermons to which she listened from the M. E. aud Congregational pulpits. School report for month ending October, 3; GRA.MMAU DEPARTMENT. Whole number enrolled, 41; pupils neither tardy nor absent during the month: Florence Atkinson, Ruth Hopkins, Carrie Johnson, Georgia James, .Helen Floyd, Mamie McCutchin, Mary Peterson, Johanna Peterson, Christina Peterson, Amelia Robiuson, Hattie Shaw, Blanche Waite. Mrs. M. J. COLBY, Teacher. PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. Number enrolled, 43; pupils neither tardy nor absent: Addie Brisbois, Annie Law" Emma Johnson, Gertie Rogers, Mamie Potter, Mattie Peterson, Matilda Peterson, Veva Turner, Charlie Peterson, Georgia McBride, Jimmle- Robinson, Orvie Ash. Roscoe Hart, Edwin Munson, Caroline Johnson, Johanna Johnson. _ JEXSIK PETTIBONE, Teacher. F. II. SLAGLE, Principal. KAMSAY. B. F. Smith took a load of hogs to Bancroft Monday. W. T. Hall has gone to Mt Auburn, Iowa. Mr. Hall expects to purchase a span of horses. Winter is coming, at least the cold mornings remind us that summer is past and fall is here. Bessie Preston returned to her home in Benton Co., after a pleasant visit with Mrs. Oiugerlch, of this place. C. V. Christopher has traded his farm and blacksmith shop and all his interest to Dr. Howe, for a half section of land near North Platte, Nebraska. Dr. Howe has also bought the Phcenix hotel at Bancroft. SWEA. F. R. Anderson was in Swea Thursday and Friday on business. F. Bromark and O. Gisselberg of Bancroft were up on a bunting tour. Carl McClellen was up from Bancroft buying fat cattle for N. A. Martin. B. D. Sterling of Bancroft -was in Swea latter part of the week selling pumps. Ben Reed came up from Algona last Thursday on business pertaining to the county superintendency. „ The baptists here enclosed their church grounds with a woven wire fence which adds much to its appearance. Andrew Bcrggren who cut his foot severely in a barb wire fence several weeks ago is able to be out on crutches. AVIIITTKMOKE. Whittcmore has a milliner's shop. Mr. and Mrs. John Munch have gone to bouse keeping. Go and see the loads of nice furniture at Mrs. Carlisle's. Miss Stella Call visited Miss May Ho telling over Sunday. Rev. V. C. Thomas and family have moved into the parsonage, Mrs. C. C. Samson was over to Algona between trains last Friday. Seyeral of our good Republicans went over to the "rally" Saturday evening. Ladies' Aid Society will meet with Mrs. G. E. Williams next Thursday afternoon II. E. Bacon, Jobn Paul's Genera agent, stopped off at Whittemore Saturday. Mrs. Wright, of West Bend, was visiting her trieud. Mrs. A. II. Hotelling, last Sunday. Geo. Boyle sold his farm of 240 acres north of town last week, for $27 an acre. That'* what talk?. Rev. aud Mrs. 0. M. Thrasher attended the Baptist Annual Association at Liverinore, last week. Mr. Geo. Edgett had an auction sale of live stock, horses, cuttle, hogs, etc., at Whittemore Monday afternoon. Geo. Ehlers and bride have moved into the vacant rooms on Main street, formerly occupied as barber shop. Miss Lucy Rawson, who is attending the Algona Normal School, came up Friday evening to spend Sunday at home. J. M. Nolans father and mother, who have been making him a visit, left Monday for their home in Illinois. They are uged eighty and ninety years. Rev. L. K. Call aud family went through town ou a Friday train on their way to Clear Lake, their future home. Rev. Call preaches on the Clear Lake circuit this year. Rev. Geo. We£s."ll, pastor of the Gorman M. E. church north of Whittemore, returned from the east Friday evening, accompanied by a bonny bride. We wish them a long and happy life. Mr. Rodgers, who has been working in a Schmidt's hardware store, in the capacity of liuner, started TuesJay for Maynard, Iowa, accompanied by his wife, where, we understand, he has been offered a better position. Miss Delia Whitehoru has opened a millinery establishment in the lower rooms of Mrs. White-horn's new building ou Maia street. Her shop presents a neat and attractive appearance. Go and give her a call. We believe in patronizing home enterprises as f ar as practicable. We shall keep au eye out for a two dollar horse. George Hannan, the Whittemore butter maker, was in Feutou last Friday. D A. Haggard cried his first stile for the season in Fenton last Tuesday. Mrs. F. C. Boevers took a large quantity of poison aud is quite sick from its effects. J. L. Blunt's sale went off very quietly and every one went home well satisfied with their purchases. E. W. and F. H. Reid, both knights of the saddle, visited with their brother last Friday and Saturday. J. L. Reid has been appointed postmaster for Fenton postofflce. The office will be removed to the Fenton creamery 4^'miles north of its present location. The office was moved down into Lotts Creek township during the Cleveland administration. UNION. M. Godden is threshing upon sections. Dexter Kenyon is building a residence on bis farm. Old Mr. and Mrs. Bailey are visiting on lie Blackcat. Farmers are thinking of beginning to ;rib corn soon. Wm. Winter and wife visited C. D. Wards over Sunday. A Letter from Old Long Island, OBIBNT, li. 1., Oct. 6,1801, A few lines from an Algonian may be of interest to sorno of our people at home. Leaving Algona August twenty- fourth in company with Mrs. B. JY Reed and daughter Ruth, we bade farewell to our Western home for a while to visit our native place "on old Long Island's sea girt shore.'' That place being the town of Southold, L. I. Southold was the first settled town in New York State and celebrated its 250th anniversary last year, at which time Rev. Dr. Storrs delivered an elaborate oration, nearly all the inhabitants of the town being present at the old church, Rev. Dr. W hi taker's who is the oldest settled pastor in town. Letters from many distinguished sons of Southold who were unable to be present, were read. Among others a letter from the editor of the Christian at Work, who was then absent on a trip to California. The whole proceedings were published in a pamphlet form aud can be had by writing tu Dr. Wlritaker. The first colony landed on L. I. in 1040. It consisted of thirteen persons. Tradition says that Peter Ilalloric was the first to step on shore, be like Peter of old, being impulsive. This lauding has always been called llallock's Neck in Southold harbor. It is most wonderful what improvements have beee made on Long Island during the last fifty years, what labor and capital combined have done to beautify and improve and build up villages. Numerous places are filled to overflowing with people from the large cities some of whom are summer boarders. But many have beautiful summer residences erected by the salt water where . they can • enjoy the luxuries of old ocean and who have spared no means to lavish their wealth upou their summer residences. Orient and Shelter Islands are among thefinest Pink Ward and family spent Sunday at his brothers home. We notice Jos. Thompson is driving his mule team again. Fletcher Hofius threshed Saturday, the grain turning out well. The dance at Mr. Fox's was well attended last Friday night. A cousin of Mrs. Wilson has rented the farm where Mr. Keuyon lives. . H. Schenck is attending the reunion at' Iowa Falls and visiting relatives. There is quite a large amount of clover cut for send in this part of Union. Chas. 1-Iolius and family spent the Sabbath at his fathers, W. F. Ilofius- The majority of potatoes are dug, they are as line us have been raised inlvossuth county for years. I/EDYAKD. Marion Stauffer oilers a good team for sale. J. II. Jacobs has his eye on the flax market. Mr. Wickham returned home a few days ago. Mrs. Resor visited friends and relatives at Webster City the last of the week. C. A. Ordway is building a good sized barn on his lot in the south part of town. Jilr. and Mrs. Wm. Leslie returned Friday from a visit to the corn palace at Sioux City. Parties from Lake City talk of putting in a drug store here. We welcome all legitimate lines of business. Rev. A. W. Luce, the new M. E. minister of Bancroft preached his first sermon at this place ou Sunday to a full house. If your harness breaks don't let it cause you the loss of any big words just take it to M. Shipley, the hardware dealer. He will fix it. The Winnebago City Nursery delivered a good bill of nursery stock at this place on the l Jth inst. This is a move iu ihe right direction on the part of the farmers of this vicinity. What's the matter with Ledyard? She's all right, as the following will show. An organ having been bought in the spring for use in the church services, the good ladies of the society feeling the dishonor of long indebtedness, started out one morning with a subscription paper headed by B. Duulap and in less than three hours succeeded in securing almost the entire amount. What's the matter with Ledyard? She's all right. Don't storm the system as you would a fort If held by the euemy, constipation, sently persuade it to surrender with De Witt's Little Early Risers. These little pills are wonderful coavincere: summer resorts, Orient being at the extreme northern fork of the Island. Shetter Island is seven miles in length aud nearly a mile from the main laud on either side, having Greenport on oneside and Sag Harbor on the other and steamers cross the ferry every bait' hour. Shelter Island is covered with cottages ;uul summer residences and to take a ride over it is to view one continuous panorama of beauty. One place is named Divinity Hill as many noted divines like Dr. Starrs, Dr. Behrends and others have their residences tbpre. Prof, llorsford is also an annual visitor to Shetter Island as be owns the original manor there, and upon which he has erected a, fine monument to the memory of bis ancestors, and the occasion of the Quakers who lied there for shelter from persecution about two hundred years ago. After visiting our aged mother and relatives at Orient for two most delightful weeks wo returned to Brooklyn'tba city of churches to visit friends there. ' The network of elevated' railroads iij New York and IOWA Adopted at Cedar Bapida July 1. tSOl The Republican party of Iowa, in eon. vention assemblfed, gives renewed expres- 6icm of devotion to the principles of the national Republican party, and declares acceptance of those principles to be the bond of union with the Republican purtv of Iowa. We commend the patriotic, wise and courageous administration of President Harrison. We commend the Republican party iq the lust congress for Its redemption of pledges made to the people as to a revision of the tariff In the interest of home Industry, and for its work In behalf ot'lib- eral provision for pensions for the old soldiers, in accordance with the pledges of the nation. , , . , We approve the coinage net. by which the entire product of the silver mini's nf the United States is added to the currency ottho people, and out of which expei-i- merit may come a wise adjustment of financial questions liberal towards west- irn interests. We commend most heartily the policy that has been inaugurated looking t,o reciprocal tnule relations with other peoples of the American cou'.-iuent, and the administrative efforts now making for the enlargement of foreign markets lor American beef and uork. We assert that the Republican party stands of record in every state of this Union in favor of elections br»sed upon the freedom of the individual conscience of the citizen, and that the Republican party may be trusted in Iowa or in any state, to promote any plan of reform, Australian 6r other, caTcuTated to extend this liberty and to further protect the purity of the ballot. While inviting to our shores the worthy poor and oppressed of all nations, we earnestly commend laws that protect our country and our people against i.he influx of the 'vicious and classes of foreign nations and the importation^ laborers under contract to compete with our citizens; and earnestly approx-e the rigid cuforcement of these laws and of such further legislation as may be necessary. We favor such legislation as will impose upon all classes of property, corporate and individual, equally the burdens of taxation. We favor the passage of the Conger lard bill; state legislation tending to promote farmers' institutes and enlarging the powers of the dairy commissioner. We regard the world's Columbian exposition as an important event in the world's history, und we arc. in hearty sympathy with every effort to rnal:e it a success: aud in the friendly rivalry of states we should make a creditable exhibit of Iowa's products. And we favor a liberal appropriation by the next general assembly for this purpose, ''that our prosperity and greatness may be fully exemplified." We take pride iu the record of thia state; we recognize that its growth and power, its prosperity and its good name, have been the fruits of its industrial people, and we believe in such policies, state and national, as will promote justice and wider opportunity among these classes. To their support, in the future as in the past, we pledge our most intellligent judgment ana most sincere endeavor. We point to the veeowl of the s-fes** «gfr dev Republican administration for justification iu the declaration that we favor economy and honesty iu the administration of public affairs: to that record, also. f _ _ • -. .1 ___ n « 4- *•!-.,-.*- *• 1m T,?£»»-\n 1^1 i/?Ji n no r>f:l7 i*LA*POfti*. Republican. H. HAIAOOIC* Editor. BURT, IOWA, OCTOBER 14, 1891. Oats 19 @.20 EBBS 16 Cattle $8.00 Wheat.... 65@.75 Flax $ .70 Corn 40 Butter ... .15@il8 HORS 4,10 Barley 80 Hay 4.00 REPUBLICAN RALLY I —AT BURT— Wednesday, October 28, —At 2 P. M.— SON, GEO, VAN HOUTEN (Republican Candidate for Lleut.-Gov.) Will speak on the campaign issues. Everybody come out. «UKT HOME NEWS. J, B. CORK, Beal Estate Agt. BUBT* IOWA. Good farms for sale. FALL GOODS, We announce the arrival of a nevr stock of Fall Millinery, including Hats, Feathers, Velvets, Trimmings, etc. Come and see us. ALLEN & WOLCOTT. Eemember the date of Van Houten's speech, October28. M. L. Mayhew is building a barn back of the Burt Hotel. Dr. McCormack has built a small barn on the back of his lot. C. L. Ostrander reports business good in the new harness shop. Jay Wheeler is getting around again after his long spell of sickness. Grant Fairbanks has been hauling lumber lately for his new bouse. Wm. Shaffer attended the Pemo- cratic convention last Wednesday. Mrs. F. J. Fowler has been under the weather of late, on account of a severe cold. Charley Colbert, of Maynard, Fay- Closing Out We have decided to close out our entire stock of BOOTS Sfld SHOES And handle more And shall sell at Until they are all gone, see us and we will save Come in and you money. They are bound to go quick and "first come first served." Oady & Ha Hock Brooklyn is truly wonderful and to a stranger the noise is very confusing. But they are a very cheap and easy way of travel. The weather was decidedly hot throne!) the month ot September in New York and Brooklyn. We saw many sights and crossed the brdige many times and rode many miles on the elevated roads. During this heated month we took ft, trip by steamer to the cool and classic city_ of for judgment that the Republican party has kept faith with the people iu the obligations of the past, and upon that record the Republican party invites continued support and confidence. We have no apologies to offer to. the people, nor to the Democratic party, for the Republican record on the conspicuous issue in the state campaign this year. "In the interests of true temperance," and under the laws of Iowa, enacted by the representatives of its sovereign people, the saloon was made an outlaw in this state, we charge that the outlaw has had the patronage, counsel and protection of the Democratic party; that the Democratic party, as it has won power, has nullified the law, defied the authority of the state and the expressed will of the people, and that now appeal is made to the electors of the whole state for approval of the lawless work. We recognize that the issue is law against defiance of law, subordination against iusubordinati9ii—the state of Iowa against the Democratic party. We recognize that the issue is between "the interests of true temperance" and the freedom and rule of indiscriminate traffic. We renew our allegiance to the people of Iowa, and submit to them the determination or the issue, recognizing that the control o£ the next legislature by the Democratic ctte Co, Iowa, a nephew of G. B. Whitney, is visiting tbe latter. WillJ. Easterly left Monday night for Marotbon, Iowa, to take charge of that station for a short time. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Wickwire, of Bancroft, paid a visit to their daughter Mrs. J. H. Graham, Friday last. II. L. Kimball is expecting his mother who will arrive in a short time and make her home hereafter with Mr. ai'id Mrs. Kimball. W. A. Chipman, the republican nominee for county treasurer, was in town yesterday looking over the political field. Mr. Chipman is a staunch republican, a man of ability, and should have the full party vote. He is a man that has the confidence of all who know him. Hon. Geo. Van Houten, candidate I for Lieutenant Governor, is to address the people of Burt and vicinity Wednesday, October 28, 'at the school house at 2 o'clock p. m. Mr. Van Houten is said to be a good speaker and our people should turn out and hear a good political speech. ATR1IRT Ilev. Wessell preached his last ser- AT BUm. mon at Burt last Sunday and goes Fresh Groceries always on hand and a from here to LaMars. The minister good assortment of General Merchandise, that will take charge of the work here Eev. Schweitart, who is on hand] Burt lias a Furniture Store. Buy your furniture of W. M. Cook. good stock and reasonable prices, GKEO. E. MARBLE Still runs a is are New Haven to visit a sister residing there mid spend a week in. the Elm city. New Haven is indeed a fine place, so cool, so quiet. The old elms for which this place is noted extending their grateful sbado all over the city and looking much :IH they did forty years ago. Tho college buildinsrs which have been erected within the past decade or two are lino structures. New ones arc constantly in process of erection, which, with the old ones make a large number on the college square. The number (if students tins year is 1,200. After spending a few weeks again at Orient, then westward I shall take my way to Algona the home of my adoption, probably party means state-wide license, aud thr.t the control of the next legislature by the Republican party means a continuance of opposition to the behests o£ the saloon power, through the maintenance and enforcement of the law. . We denounce the Democratic party ot Iowa as insincere iu its dealings with the saloon issue. We charge that party with service to the saloon and purpose to (strengthen its grasp upon the homes and politics of the .state. We cite iu proof ot this its suiTLMi'.lar- this year of the local option feature of the plank of 18B9, unxi«* which last year pretense of indorsement by the state was made, aud to which pledge was given in petition for legislative authority. We charge that this abandonment of local option is the forerunner of further premeditated betrayal, and that trust iu the Democratic party will end in complete breaking down of the ^temper- Full of lew Goods. Money. If you are in need of ready to commence the work. By the way Eev. Wessell was married recent-1 ly at Giard, Clayton Co., Iowa. The Ladies'Home Missionary Society | of the M. E. church of Burt will giv missionary dinner at the home of 3S Bunker & Woodiu, Tuesday, October 20. Dinner from 12 to 2 o'clock. A DRESS GOODS, FLANNELS, full attendance is desired, this being \BLANKETS, UNDERWEAR, the annual meeting. Officers'.and others CLOTHING or HOOTS and SHOES. having books belonging in the society, Call on us and we can suit you in please bring them in. The proceeds of goods and prices, this meeting to go into the missionary j fund. A cordial invitation to all well wishers of the cause. Truly Yours. NICHOLSON & reaching it about the last of October. ftnce legislation o£ the state, and a com- j-v-v^ pj •_, -iir TTTT.» —,. ,^-m.r I i ..... i i .-.._,., .,1« n+- Hi n c;f <1 t~C* in *3V««*l»V Mus. M. II. HUDSON. OKAXl) I'UIJMO SAT.K. We will sell a draft from the "Otbo Stock Farm" Herd of Short Horn Cattle, at auction, on tho farm of N. II. Hart, plete turning over of the state, in every township thereof, to the pollution and fester of the saloon, against whatever protest of communities now free. _ We protest against the re-election or Horace Boies to the governorship of Iowa. We charge that in his unwise and ambi : and heifers, tine individuals and from thn best milking strains: 23 hulls, 12 from our own herd, 7 from the herd of 0. Carpenter, and !5 from the herd of F. U. Drake, being the finest lot of young thoroughbred bulls ever offered in north western Iowa. Terms:—A credit of one year ou ap proved notes, at six per cent interest, or a discount of 2 per c«nt for cash. Lunch at 11 A -M. Sale to commence promptly at 1 o'clock, send for catalogues. llAttT & FiTLLF.u, Proprietors. COL. JOHN SCOTT, Kalo, Webster Co._, Auctioneer. - 2-3 favoring graces-. — -.- . he did most outrageously misrepresent the honest, industrious, frugal and prosperous people of Iowa iu his Kelorm club banquet speech iu the city of New York on the 2od oi December last. W«i denounce as purposely misleading the alleged statistics with which the governor assumed to sustain the indictment against the state which had dignified his name. We denounce the Ottumwa platform or this year as framed with deliberate purpose to mislead and deceive, wherein sympathy is expressed whore none is felt; where- fn help \3 proposed whore none is rendered: wherein purposes aro avowed which are »ot entertained. In support ot this mdiotmont we point to the pretended friendship tor the soldiers, and to the uiTaigumeiU at tho same time of the Kepubhcau party for having appropriated money tor the paymontol pensions; to tne ••tree s-'lver" piauk. intended to deceive Wa evpporters of "free and unlimited coinage of silver;" to the plank assuming to /'affirm Ue doctrine of control aud regulation of rwi- rr.-"?.'i " •' r^l'i-v impi.fintndi.vwr. the state under the administration of the last Republican governor, against the opposition, secret and ope». of the Democratic party, extending to an alliance with corporate power m the tirst eleOiou of railroad comwissionsrs under the laws m l8 We denounce the Democratic party of lowti for mi 8 re P resentatiou S in ito platform and STRAY CALVES. Left my place six miles northwest from I Burt one red bull calf and one red heifer calf, both with slit in left ear. Notify 2 D. McEMVAiN. TAKE NOTICE. All persons indebted to me on account will please call and settle. If the time I have allowed you has been an accommodation please accommodate me now with the cash. 3-tf G. B. WHITNEY. Sioux City Corn 1'ulace. The C. M. & St. P. Ry. will sell tickets to the Sioux City Corn Palace and return for $4.28. Selling Oct. 1, 3. 6, 8, 10, 13, 15,16, and 17. For new fall goods in Millinery, Ribbons, Trimmings, etc,, etc.. KO to ALLEN & WOLCOTT'S. When in town call on Whitney and se his new line of HEATING STOVES Remember he always has on hand a full line of Shelf and Heavy Hardware. Foil SALE CHEAP—One cook stove and one beating stove. Both, nearly as good as new. H. B. HALLOCK. Vv'o would call attentions tlielitot that we - v MK located here )>e)m;ineiHly, lor the i«a,mi£a.o- ture iiMl sale o£ cemetery w..rk m Maible. Uronlte wid Stone. . We now ; Ujivo wid mteud to keep iu stock a fair line of (unshed Monuments. Headstones, etc., ami will cuaiautee all work to be equal to the best. We are the onlv manufacturers of eemeii-ry work in KOS- suih Co. There!ore.pleastj Wf us a call beto; t placing vour order and be convinced that uy 1'air aud'liouoraWe deahUKi we inn worthy join pati'onage. ALGONA MARBUE WOR!<3, SHELLEY & HALL^ proprietors, East State st f , Alsoua, Iowa. Go to Graham's for pumps. Viuegvv. Vlueiwu-, For a good article in Vinegar Cady & Hallock's. go to NEW HARNESS SHOP. BDRT HOTEL! I, l, IAYHEW, Proprietor. Good Accommodations. Livery amj Feed Stable iu connection with hotel, bill, ftttd iu all ways to work upou a&diaputed right to lot an(Ttobiiv.r it honestly counted goes v- every precinct ot tile st&to uncbaileBSof': the- Democratic party 88 tbe ena I have opened up a harness shop *bpye IcDonald's hardware and will ro rst-class harness to order. Also-JP rinds of repairing. Will ftlee fcppp P» land a good line of my o£ labor, aaieining to break CU>fn feusaof prot^uvo laws, to blot* tbe of home industry, and to degrde tfcen «M«* ?* tUe people-a p»rty and reactionary Tbe nWican party of low* »P tnteWgence aud to the ^}»H^J of Urn stats, and. from all fOgf. 1 vite support. ' _ , ; ;|V ^fl|HS^WPWWW^* ff *' p — -AT THE- PLOWS. Wlien you need anything In Plows call on the new Firm of

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