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SWEET CUM -.shoes
The sweet gum. as gathered from a tree of the
same name, growing along the small streamsin the
Southern States, contains a stimulating expecto
rant principle that loosens the phlegm producing
the early morning cough, and stimulates the child
to throw off the false membrane in croup and
whooplne-oough. When combined with the heal
ing mucilaginous principle in the mullein plant
of the old fields, presents in TATXOK'S CHEHOKEB
RBJMBDT or SWEET GUM AND MULLEIN the finest
taown remedy for Coughs, Croup, Whooping-cough
And Consumption and so palatable, any child If
Pleased to take it. Ask your druggist for ft. Price.
fc6ctndl. Wltr JL.Xyler, Atlanta, Oak
265 YEARS IN USE.
Tk# Creator* Medical Trinmph of th* Age!
SYMPTOMS O A
Lose of appetite. Bowels costive, Pala In
the bead, with a dull sensation la the
hack part, Pala ander the shoulder
Made, Fullness after eating, with a dis
inclination to exertion of body or mind,
Irritability of temper, IJOW spirits, with
a feeling of having neglected some daty,
Weariness, Dizziness, Fluttering at the
Heart, Dot* before the eyes. Headache
ever the right eye, Restlessness, with
Itfnl dreams, Highly colored Uriao, aad
TUTT'S PlLiliS are especially adapted
such cases, one dose effects such a
iange of feeling as to astonish the sufferer.
They Increase the Appetite,and cause the
body to Take on Fles h, thus the system la
nourished, and by their Tonic Action on
tf.e Digestive Orawas,Iteeular Stools are
GKAT HAIR or WHISKERS changed to a
GLOSSY BLACK by a single application of
this Dns. It imparts a natural color, acts
Instantaneously. Sold by Druggists, or
sent bv expieta on receipt of $1.
Offio. AA Murray st,, New York.
It will cure any case of Liver and Kidney
troubles when properly taken. It is a perfect
renovator and invigorator. It cleanses the ays*
tent of the poisonous humors that develop in
Live r, Kidney and Urinary diseases, car
rying away all poisonous matter and re
storing the Blood to a healthy condition,
enriching it, refreshing and invigorating
Kind and Body. It prevents the growth to
Serious Illness of a Dangerous Class of
Diseases that begin in mere trivial ail
meats, and are too apt to be neglected as such.
THOUSANDS O CASKS
of the worst forma of these terrible diseases
have been quickly relieved and in a short
time perfectly cured by the use of Hops &
Do not get Hops and Walt Bitters con
founded with Inferior preparations of similai
name. Take Nothing but Hops ft Malt Kit
tars if you want a sure Cure.
HOPS & BALI BITTERS CO,
Splendid Chances for Investment.
For Illustrated Pam
phlet describing the
country and its ad
vantages for all kinds
and how to reach there. Address
T. W. TEASDAIE, Genl
Passeng er Agt. ST PAUL, MON.
R. HOE & CO'S gfWS&vSffi?
EQUALED SATISFACTION IN A
PARTS OP THE COUNTRY STRfW
AND SIMPLE, CHEAPLY KEPT W
DER THEY MAKE1 BETTER LUMBER
ST ^Y ITY
I grow them myself and test
thembefore selling. They are
fresh and reliable, don't buy
j^. any seed from second hand
dealers. Write for my splendid Illustrated Cata
logue, raUBJB. H. W. BUCKBHB, Boekford, 111.
,~NSUMPTION I Dve a poiulv. remedy lor tn* aboT. dlteeae by its i
thousands of cases of the worst kind and of lone sfandinf
hT been eared. Indeed, so stronc la my faltb tn its efflcacr.
that I vlll send TWO BOTTLES rBEX, tofcethsr wits VA-
CABLK TRBATISK on this disease, to any sufferer. Qrra E*.
The other morning a boy about 14
years of age knocked at the door of
of a house on Brush street and asked
the woman if she didn't want the snow
cleaned off the walk.
"How muchP" she cautiously in
I won 't pay it. If you want to do
the work for ten cents you can go
leaned on the hand le of his snow
shovel and looked thoughtful, and she
"Well, what do you say?'
"It's just as that woman around the
corner told me," he replied. I shov
oled off her snow and she gave me fifty
cents. I told her I was coming to ask
yo u, and she said"
I don't know her. What business
is it to her?"
"Ye s, but
"What did she say?"
"She said I' get left. She said
that any woman who wore a plush
sacque and passed it oft'for a $300 seal
skin would be mean enough to go out
nights and shovel her own snow.
"Boy!" whisper ed the woman as
she turned white clear around her
neck, I want you to clean off the
snow. When you are throu gh I'll
give you a silver dollar, and I want
you to go around and tell that woman
that any one who buys and wears dol
lar-store jewelry and fourteen-shilling
hasn't got sen se enough to fall
off a bob-tailed car!"Detroit Free
The great sources of the extensive
curative range of Dr Jones' Red Clo
ver Tonic are its great blood purifying
qualities and its gentle aperitive action,
thereby removing all restraint from
the secretive organs, curi ng promptly
and thoroughly dyspepsia, costiveness,
bad breath, piles, pimples, low spirits,
sick and nervous headache, ague, ma
laria, and all stomach, liver anbl kid
ney troubles. The most delicate stom
ach accepts it with relish. Price fifty
cents of druggists.
A Sea-Gull Perched on a Coffin.
A tragic scene occurred on board the
steamship Republic on her last trip to
this port. When four days out from
Queenstown Miss Hand, of 334 East
Thirty-fourth street, died within half
an hour after the services of the ship's
doctor were called in. The young ladv
left here on the 4t of July last, und er
the advice of her physician, to recruit
her failing health. Every preparation
was made to bury the body at sea
The last rites of the Church had been
said and administered. Rough and
et kindly hands were ready to con
sign the body to the deep, when sud
denly Miss M. Ward threw herself on
the corpse and begged piteously that
the remains should be brought to New
York for interment. A the interces
sion of two priests the remains were
incased in a metallic casket, which was
placed on deck. Within an hour a
strange incident occurred. A sea-gull
perched upon the casket, and stran ge
to say remained. there until it was
caught. After some nursing and be
ing well fed the bird was offered its
liberty, but refused to leave. I twas
brought into port, and is now a pet on
Hon. Wm Mutchler, member of Congress
from the 10th Pennsylvania district, certi
fies that he had personal experience of the
efficacy of Red Star Cough Cure. No mor
phia or opium. Price, twenty-five cents.
Prevalence of Perjury In Wales.
At Bangor County Court the Judge,
during the hearing of an action, said:
I must observe that there is hardly a
single case heard in this court in which
there is not deliberate perjury com
mitted. Look at the last caselook at
this frightful lyin g. I do not meet
with such a state of things out of Wales.
Other people have said .this thing be
fore, but hithirto I have kept quiet.
"During my whole life I have heard
nothing to approach what it is in this
part of the world. The re is not a case
heard in which people do not think it
necessary tolie. I is most demoraliz
in g. I do not think it is in human na
ture to stand many years it. I have
had my turn of it. I appeal to every
disinterested person to give his opinion
as to what the future of the country
is, I can try in Cheshire ten cases whi le
I try one here, because in Cheshire they
do not lie.".
The best ankle Boot and Collar Pads are
made of sine and leather. Try Them.
Moisten the hands and rub them in
Indian meal, and then wash them with
warm water if you wish them white.
I CONTAINS NO OPIUM I N ANT FORK
IN THREE SIZE BOTTLES.
PRICE 25CENTS, 50 CENTS,AND $1 PER BOTTLE
CENT BOTTLES are put up for the
&tt. accommodation of all who desire a
Good and Low Priced
COUGH, COLD aid CROUP REMEDY!
THOSE DESIRING A REMEDY FOR
Should Secure the Large S1.0 0 Bottles.
BIreotlons accompany eaoh bottle.
SOLD ALL MEDICINE DEALERS.
Lincoln's Pithy Style.
If brevity is the soul of wit the terse
and condensed sty le of expression com
mon in the West may be said to carry
off the palm for wit A better use to
which it may be put however, is in
olothing great truths in a homely but
telling fashion which commands
attention and carries conviction. Lin
coln was a master of this form of
expression, and the pithy and apt
stories which are attributed to him: are
apparently witho ut number. The
facts which are stat ed in the following
extracts from letters from residen ts of
Wiscons in lose nothing because th ey
are put concisely:
'Atlophoros helped me greatly,"
says Samuel Bear, of Cascade,
"and probably ware it not for
complications would have effected
a cure. I used five bottles and am
satisfied that the medicine is a good
A. Luchenbac k, the druggist in
Watterick's block, Oconto, says:
"Mr. George McCartney told me to
day that he had spent ov er five hun
dred dollars in medicines forth benefit
of his rheumatism, but that he had
never found anything which did him
a ny good until he tried a bottle of Ath
lophoros, which made a permanent
cure. I gives the best of satisfaction
and does all that is claimed for it."
From Beaver Dam the Rev. J". C. Kin
I derived muoh benefit from Athlo
phoros, but sometimes feel that I am
not entirely free from rheumatism."
"Athlophoros," Wallichs & Dilts,
druggists, at 4 2 Main street, Fon
Lac, say "Seems to relieve recent at
tacks of rheumatism promptly and in
old chronic cases affords great relief.
A lady of this city who has been trou
bled with neuralgia most of the time for
several years purchased a bottle of Ath
lophoros at our store and has since in
formed us that she was entirely relieved
before she had used more than a third
of a bottle of it."
T. Spence, 303 Main street, a
Crosse, a prominent chemist, and a
member of the Board of Pharmacy of
the State of Wisconsin say s: I have
recommended Athlophoros to my rheu
matic customers with good results and
some special cases have found perman
ent relief. I neuralgia it works like a
charm and I consider it the best specific
on our shelves."'
"We have had a large sale of Athh
horos," Palmer and Stevens, of
state, "and better reports
from it than from any other medicine
we ever sold for rheumatism and
neuralgia. One party tried it for
neuralgia and not only received almost
instant relief from that, but was also
cured of a rheumatic pain of long
standing in the knee. Another party
E. Dimmock, Esq., has been
permanently cured of rheumatism by
the use of a few bottles. W could
cite many more cases where the
parties give the most flattering reports
of the benefit derived from its use."
From the same city E Heimstreet
"Athlophoros is giving the best of
satisfaction and its merits are now
recognized by many in this section.
I have the names of a number of peo
ple in this county who have been
helped by it."
"Nearly every person who has pur
chased Atlophoros at our drug store
pronounces it as being beneficial to
him," says M. Pratt, of Mon
If you cannot get ATHLOPHOBOS of your
druggist, we will send it express paid, on
receipt of regular priceone dollar per bot
tle. We prefer that you buy it of your
druggist, but if he hasn't it, do not be per
suaded to try something else, but order at
once from us, as directed. ATHLOPHOROS
Co., 113 Wall Street, Ne York.
A Nevada Snake Story.
A lady in Coryville had for some
time been missing her small chickens.
O ne evening last week she went into
the chicken house, and noticing a
movement und er one of the sills, made
a search, which ended in the discove ry
of a snake, about three feet long,which
had probably been hidi ng there for a
long time, living on youne chickens.
Its head was about* three inch es bro ad
and its body averaged four inches.
The species is the common bull snake.
It had accumulated flesh on its sides to
such an extent that nearly all resem
blance to its kind was gone. The con
fined space which it occupied kept it
from growing other than sideways, and
it resembl es very much a section of
wagon tire in shape.
Judge of a government by the men
it produces. Judge of a man by his
deeds, a tree by its fruits, a medicine
by its results. Time tried and true is
Dr. Bigelow's Positive Cure, which
contains the good qualities of all the
best cough remedies without the defects"
of any of them. A safe and speedy
remedy for coughs, colds and all
throat and lung troubles. Sold by
druggists in fifty cent and dollar
bottles. Healing to the lungs. Safe
and pleasa nt for children.
A Sunday-school teacher asked her schol
ars to each learn a verse to recite when they
dropped in their pennies at the next mis
sionary meeting, appropriate for the oc
They all came prepared the next Sabbath
and the first little fellow as he dropped in
bis offering, said, "Blessed is he that con
sidered the poor."
The second repeated, "He that giveth to
the poor lendeth to the Lord."
The teacher was delighted, and as the
third, a very little boy, went forward, she
whispered in bis ear, "Now speak out loudly
Johnnje, reluctantly dropping his money
in thebox,lisped, "The fool and hith money
ith thoon parted."
The dream of the socialist ia to live with
out labor. This we cannot do, but we can
live without pain. St. Jacob's Oil, which
cures rheumatism and neuraig.a, conquers
APaisley publican complained of his
servant maid, that she could never be
found when required. "She'll gang oot
o' the hoose," said he, "twenty tunes for
once she'll come in."
A Reminiscence of Bo Toombs.
Perhaps a fine story of Toombs may
not be uninteresting. was In the
senate during the bitter slavery debates,
when Seward was wont to deliver his
conciliatory speeches. These gener
ally called out a vehement and insult
i ng reply from the southern members,
.which was peculiarly exasperati ng to
the senators from the north. One day
an after incident of this kind, in which
Toombs had made a vituperative an
swer to Seward, Senator Zach Chan
dler said to Senator Simon Cameron:
"This is going too far. Le us put a
stop to it. Some of us should insult
"All right," replied Camero n. I
sit nearest to Toombs. I'll do it.'*
"Aa soon as the Georgian had tinish
Cameron walked ov er to him ran
his arm throu gh his, and said:
"Toombs whj do ^o talk to
as you do to Seward?"
"Toombs looked at him for a mo
ment, and then, with a laugh replied
"Well, Cameron, to tell the truth
about it, believe you'd fight."
In his latter days the custom of ex
travagant vituperation grew upon
Toomb s. was merely the sound of
his former self. Vehemence came from
habit rather than from force, And he
was inn sense the man he had form
erly been. was the aged giant in
tiie- cave of bones, who could onh
gnash his teeth at the passer by.
he" always possessed manyjkindl
I was feeling very dull with a pain in my
head and under my right shoulder when!
sent for Athlophoros, which helped me
very much. I would advise all who are
troubled with rheumatism or neuralgia to
try it. Mrs. Nancy M. Brown, Haft, Mum.
"A little child was besieging her father t
take her to visit her grandmother, who liv.
at a distance. To get rid of her he said,
costs ten dollars every time we go to a*
grandma, Florence, and ten dollars doesi.'
grow on every bush."' "Neither do granr
mas grow on every bush," answered the lii
tie girl promptly, and her logic was eoi
vuicing. They went.
Above all other earthly ills,
I hate the big old-fashioned pills
By slow degrees they downward wend.
And often pause, or upward tend
With such discomfort are they fraught
Their good effects amount to naught..
Now, DrP'erce prepares a pill
That just exactly fills the bul
A Pellet, rather, that is all
A Pleasant Purgative, and small
Just try them as you feel their need,
You'll find that I speak truth, indeed.
Visitor to Ltie uituo museum to the little
irlwno takes the cash"We have had a
tispute, and we want you to settle it. Is
he bearded lady your mother: or your
mnt?" The little girl"you are all
vrong. She's father.
FOR A. BBOKBN-DOWN CONSTITUTION the
first thing that an American resorts to is
what is generally known as a "gentle alco
holic stimulant." The only really reliable
'Bitters," known not to possess banefu
component parts, is WALKER'S VINKGAK BIT-
TEBS. It is the best remedy for impure
blood, or for a torpid liver, ever yet discov
Grocer"Half a pound of tea? Which
will yomhave, black or green?"
ayther will do It's
forahou ld woman that is nearly bloind.'*
For sadden colds, hoarseness, or irrita
tion of the throat, take Ayer's Cherry Pec
A Massachusetts man has invented a
machine which he says will tie a squart
knot, hitherto regarded by inventors as be
yond the power of machinery.
The Morning Dress.
It is said that a lady's standing in society
can easily be determined by her dress at
the breakfast-table an expensive, showy
costume indicating that the wearer has not
yet learned the proprieties. But no one
need be afraid of being called "shoddy" if
her loveliness is as apparent by daylight as
at the hops. Perfect beauty is never the
attendant of disease above all, of those
diseases peculiar to women, and which find
a ready cure in Dr. Pierce's ^'Favorite
-Prescription." Price reduced to one dollar.
A witness, who was being examined in a
divorce case at Laurens, Ga., was asked to
tell the maiden name of his wife, but was
unable to do so.
CHEAP COMFORT.What a comfort it is to
know that, in case any of your children are
attacked at night with croup, you have the
remedy at hand in Allen's Lung Balsam 1
Depend upon it, mothers, it curet croup per
fectly pure and harmless. 25c 50c., and
$1.00 a bottle at all druggists.
Teacher of a class ingrammar--"What is
the plural of man?"
Johnnie"Men." Teacher"What is the plural of woman
Jack"Women." Teacher"What is the plural of chfld?"
Susie"Twins." Dry and gray hair win become moist and
dark by the.use of Hall's Hair Benewer.
Why is a list of musical composers like a
.saucepan? Because it is incomplete with
out a Handel.
This medicine, combining Iron with pure
vegetable tonics, quickly and completely
Cores Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Weak
ness, Impure Blood, Malaria, Chills
and Fevers, and Neuralgia.
It is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of the
Kinney and Liver.
It is invaluable for Diseases peculiar to
Women, and all who lead sedentary lives.
Itdoesnot injure theteeth.causeheadache.or
produce constipationother Iron medicines do.
It enriches and purine* the blood,
stimulates the appetite, aids the assimilation
of food, relieves Heartburn and Belching, and
strengthens the muscl* sand nerves.
For Intermittent Fevers, Ijasaitode,
ITaelt of Bnergy, etc., it has no equal.
I The genuine has above trade mark and
erosMd red lines on wrapper. Take no other.
Cores CoupJw, Colds, Hoarseness, Croup.
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Incipient Consuxnp-1
tion, ana relieves consumptive I
persons In advanced stages of I
the disease. Price 86eta. Can-1
Hon. Xhe Genuine- Dr. BuU'tl
Couah Syrup is sold only ln|
white wrapper*, and bears onrl
registered Trade-liarka to irlt 11
ABuU'mBead la a Circle,aBed
.Strip Caution-Label, and thel
ICac-slmllesignatures otJohn W. I
Bull A C. Meyer Co., Sole I
Prop's, Baltimore, Md., U. B. A.
The Greatest Cure on Earth for Pain,"
Will relieve more quickly than any
other known remedy. Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Swellings, Bruises, Burns,
Scalds, Cuts, Lumbago, Sores, Frost
bites. Backache, Wounds, Headache,
Toothache, Sprains, &c. Sold by all
Druggists. Pri ce 2 5 Cents a Bottle.
is the great Blood Purifier and Life-giv
ing Principle a Gentle Purgative and Tonic a
perfect Renovator and Invigorator of the system.
I Vinegar Bitters there is vitality but
no alcoholic or mineral poison.
Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name
or nature, are literally dug upand carried out of
the system in a short time by the Bitters.
Vinegar Bitters allays feverishness. It
relieves, and in time cures Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia, Gout, and similar painful diseases.
Vinegar Bitters cures Constipation and
Nev er befo re has a medicine been com
pounded possessing the power of VINEOAB BIT-
TERS to heal the sick.
Send for either of our valuable reference
booksfor ladies, for farmers, for merchants, our
Medical Treatise on Diseases, or our Catechism
on Intemperance andTobacco, which last should
be read by every child and youth in the land.
Any two of the above books mailed free on
receipt of four cents for registration fees.
R.H.McDonaldDrugCo., 532 Washington St.,N.Y.
5 Ton Wagon Scales,
Iron Levers, Steel Bearings, Bran
Tare Bean and Beam for
Iverr llie Scale. For free pricelist
mention thi* paper and addresi
JONES Of IINQHAMT0N,
BINGHAMTON, N. V.
W"aNTFli Agents for the occular demonstration
IT Hfl^iiV I gas burner. Big money. No risk
C. PORTER, 104 8th Street, Milwaukee.
The most Elegant Blood Purifier, Liver Invigora
tor, Tonic and Appe'izer t"ver known. The first
Bitters containing Iron ever advertised in America.
Unprincipled persons are imitating the name: look
out for frauds. See that
the following signature
is on every bottle and
take none other: JT -r.vv^ i wuvv\
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Blabon, Warren & Oliipley.
Arthur, Warren ft Abbott.
P. H. Kelly Mercantile Co.
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LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS AND SADDLERY
P. B. IL. Hardenburgh ft Co.
Scheffer ft Rossum.
Chas. O. Schmidt.
"PAPER AND STATIONERY.:
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Ward, HU1 ft MeClellan.
Pioneer Press Co.
BOOKS, PAPER AND
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CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS.
Campbell ft Bdrbank.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
TAILORS' TRIMMINGS AND WOOLENS.
Yallop, DeGroot ft Co.
RUBBER GOODS AND BELTING.
St. Paul Bubber Co.
Gooayear Rubber Co.
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS.
NOTIONS AND COUNTER SUPPLIES.
B. 8omnMr Co.
Learn Tetacrapay hereaad
we will help yen to good
positions. Address Aaser
i School of Telecraphy. Madisoa. Wis.
Strong-Hackett Hardware Co.
Farwcll, Ozman tt Jackson.
IRON, STEEL AND HEAVY HARDWARE.
NICOIH Si i*an
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
Auerbac.h, Finch & Van Slyck.
Lliidekes, Warner & Schurmeler.
Powers, lurke Co.
thelOMXW. Don't buy till youseecatalog. ftlWA.8AUUCR,LaCnie,wu,
ST. PAUL JOBBERS' UNION.
C. W. HACKETT, ICHANNING- SEABURY,
President. 1 First Vice President.
PAUL D. FERGUSON, A. H. LINDEKE,
Treasurer. Second Vice President.
1885. MEMBERS. 1885.
HARDWARE. MADHINERY AND SUPPLES.
If proven impure. Every can warranted un
iform full strengthand free from alum. &o.
Endorsed by Dr. E. G. Love, N. X.\ Prof.
Collier, D. 8. chemist, Washington: Prof. J.
Dodge, state university, Minn. Dr. Alex.
rdma J. Stone Dr H. A Boardman Dr. Dedolpht
Dr. Jones Prof. Weigbrecht, St. Paul, and
the medical world wherever it is tested.
Sold only in cans by all Grocer*.
Stool anl Book
Solid Black Walnut
ease, four sets of
reeds and nine
stops. Folly war*
Write at onoe fof
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the Largest Music Hous iu cue Northwest
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NO CHANGE OF CARS BETWEEN
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H. M.fciTTKLL,Gen'l rasa. Agent.
LeadingNos.: 14,048,130,135, 333,161.
For Sale by all Stationers.
THE ESTERBROOK STEEL PEN CO.,
Works: Camden, N. J. 26 John St, New York,
never falls to instantly relieve
the most violent attack and in
sure comfortable sleep. Used by inhalation
thus reaching the disease direct, relaxes the
spasm, facilitates free expectoration aad effects
cures where all other remedies fall A trial
will eoavlBce the moat skeptical ef Its immedi
ate, rect and Mver falling effect Price, SOc
and 91.00. Trial package free. Ofdnggau
or by man for stamp. Cat this oat.
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I CURE FITS!
When I say cure i do notmean merelytoatoptoem nt
a time and then have them return again, I mean a radi
cal cure. I have made the disease or FITS, EPILEPSY
or FALLING SICKNESS a life-long study. I warranton
remedy to cure the worst cases Because others have
failed Is no reason toe not now receiving a cure. Send sj
once for a treatise and a Free Bottle of my lantBlBSI
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moos stock. NewK
Vegetables and Farm Seeds. DOUBLES ALL
Robinson ft Cary.
Rogers, Willis ft Co.
Campbell, Wal&b ft Jllaon.
WOOD AND IRON PUMPS AND PLUMBERS*
H. Rugg ft Co.
SCALES, WINDMILLS. ETC.
Fairbanks, Morse ft Co.
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS.
A. Oppenhetraer-ft Co.
W. J.- Dyer Bro.
FRUITS, NUTS, ETC,
B. Praslay* Co.
Quinby ft Abbott.
_, CRACKERS A CONFECTIONERY.
Berrlaford B. ft C. Co.
Prledeman ft Lewis.
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS.
Bonn Manufacturing Co.
T. A. Abbott ft Co.
WAGONS AND AGRICULTURAL Q1TLEMENT&
Mast, Buford ft Harwell Co.
C. Thurston ft Son.
J. H. Mahler Co.
St. Paul Storage, Forwarding ft Iamte.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Perkins, Lyons ft Co.
Geo. Bens ft Co.
GRAIN AND COMMISSION.
W. A. Van Slyke ft Co.
St. Paul Roller Mill Co.
ROOFING, CORNICES AND MACHINERY.
J. P. Gribben Lumber Co.
Rood ft HaxwelL
K. T. Sumwalt.
C. N. Nelfion Lumbar Oo.
W. F. Fifleld ft Co.
John Martin Lumber Co.
LIME. CEMENT AND PLASTER.
Tho Northwestern Lime Co.
St. Paul Pacific Coal ft iroa Co.
Nortnwestern Fuel Co.
H. S. Crlppen ft Co.
Domostte S. M. Co.
STEAM FITTING, TOOLS AND SUPPLIES
Mi F. Osborno.
GUNS, PI TOLS AND SPORTING 800DS.
M. V. Kraaodj ft Bros.
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