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, B. SMITH, Proprletoi.
When, Edon't bowers compelled to leave
By rvvn'b ftd lal:.
Fairest of Worn n, maich.en Eve,
Moihor of ull,
Whose treisrs flouiod, u iconnned,
O. buo 10 br R jt
That "hen sbe wallioJ. thoj left behind
A tru i ng I giii.
E'en M the golden trao.t or Hunt,
When hoot ulur
Aorosi tho siuro arch of nig'tt
WhoM roloe wai a uo low eet sound
Ot ongo. w djs.
Or m anight sephyrs b.atU ng 'round
Wept her fnrew::l o'er v no and troo:
u Dear Edoo homo, forj t-nol-mc;
Though for my .n a no cyos oust tea
AT be tuty f .do:
Tot y'old to mo or-o bio. .om awoot.
And let it be a t i:oa moot
Of Edon'i boauty, a hero ray f ot
C-ote by tbo o: i.orn i a o Uoro row,
With fulloa tccr i of hint n g.;V don
Btlll prln,.lod u'o.- t poU:li b.ue,
A t'ny tone?.
Tvt trembling hand tho pi nt uotore,
A id from tta .t ehorlslicd i 1 ,10 hbo Loro
TbU moot rom"mb -:n -o ovcrnurj
Ot Eden s boner
In foreign to 1 ts ro ri were et:
With sorrow's t )..ru : ho lca3oti wetj
Yot nevor toul J it i bcun lor ot
Tlio homo .t now.
Where first, bv Gjil'a ow i In d unronrod,
Thoo cyoi c c.loi I luo mps i Td,
North.lling Iron. nTnu.u nn lea ed.
In EJca Mi.
Tbou:;b age on aire h . i pu 10I nwuy,
Yot light ot U 1. n' . il day.
Or her who two ibo bKo i m.r.iy,
', H nu'o lo ,;o..
And w, hnr chiMrcn, frora thoso cyei
tsoe namelosn, yaaraln-rt'ioj.T i.t a, uo;
And rail this w l o'f l'.ir.id o,
F ra t-Ji lot,
tOr.i A. Mucin, in Currmt.
' ' The Mys'c y f Tur cy's FcinL
st jonit n. nunox
Aornon or " TTaite-'. n ow-iri'-t.o." "TlKLia
Laulua," "DAMtn t otr liuvora,"
ajd O.ui; : snmm.
I CopyrtqMid, lr 6y thi A. N. KtUojg Xtvn-
pup r Ci n
' 8he ecomcxl to havo been reared la soclu
ion ana taurjht to look upon every ono as
An enemy. It was only tho direst uoeouity
that luduoed bur to truiit him on that ooca
irn. 'I will banl"h her from my nlnd." he ro
o'rod, and for woeki mado beroio effort to
lo Ka Be was partially aided by the potty
nnoyancos, which, M:e thostinfjof hornote,
tended to divert hie mind from groator euf
Ir.ng. It wot only a week after ta's unnuoccssful
Vi It to the Rroit stono houso that ho was
tn'errupted ono moninj by the abrupt en
Ir.'.noe of Mr. Tom Simmons.
4 1 want to know tbo truth from yon!"
Cried the excitod Bimmon.
- V Do you moan to nsinualo that I have
boon telling you laleohoodel' demanded
A Lion, angrily.
' No no I don't; but I want to know nil
t it now."
''Tell me what It Is you want to know,
nd you shall know all of 111" sold Allen,
V'ith ooniidorublo spirit.
-' Do you, lntond supportln me for the
" I have sirraod, soaled and delivered my
Contract to do so, and I certainly will."
" Aro you goln' to support George
' Not for RoprxMontatlvo."
V.'hatf" roared Tom S mmons.
" Is ho runula' for sheriff!''
" Why didn't you toll mo soonori Ilavo
jo publishod my nnnoiinoomont yitt"
" It is sot up, and will appear with tbe
" Cbano It. Put mo in for obcriff. I
Vou'dn t licv tho Lcialutur' if I could got
II. I'm goiu' to run fur sheriff."
" Out remember your contract you woro
to run for tbo LcgiHluluro."
" I tell yo I don't wunt it. I'vo got ye
p'cr.jed in wrlim' to support mo, an' I'm
sjio n' to run fur sueruT uu' bust him up or
"But look at your contract and soe if you
Cun. Don't you boo timt if you rofuoo to
n n for Iteprosout alive und dot; aro yourself
caudiduto for any other oQloo, that you
"l WAST TO SIS IOCS MASTER. "
forfeit to me the sum of ono thousand doW
"It's trick; ye've sot upe job on mo,"
riod Tom Bimmons, furiously. "I'll not
"You have slsnod tho agreement"
'But you wasn't to work for Btrong."
''Nothing woe said about whom I should
C should not supp)rt for any other office.
, TV Ha my parr and tnfluonco I was to sup
fort you tor tbe Legnaturo, and that was
Tom SUnmons, the ambitious polltlman of
Vurley's Point, left tbe office scratching his
feead m perplexity and wondering bow be
ras to get even with bis onemy, Btrong.
Be was not so anxious to be elected himself
be was to beat btrong. Be bad only got
ens block frosa ths printing ornoe woe he
(Bw his raemy entering It
There, bow he's goln' in there to lay
fuuis to bust 'me op; I know it," sold Slav
Aden had scares got rid of one of the
Turley'e Point politicians, and turned again
to his desk, when tbe door of hisssnotum
tgsui to4 Mr. Btrong burst in.
M In HHS'MMU
I r I III I I I I IJ M W l
"I ewar, things hev got to come to a t
ous I" ho roared, in a fury.
"Very well sir, lot tbeir focus," said
Alien, eoniowhat eplritcdly. "W but is
"I've hoord yer gwloe to support Sim
mons." "Iarx" i
" What, artor ye obligated yerself to
no t ' ' ,
'I support you for sheriff, and him for
" Is ho ruuuing for the Lcgialatoor?"
" Hov ys published my announcement
" It will appear this weok." ,
" Chmie IL"
"I n notgwineto run for sheriff. I'm
gwino to run for the Lcgislatoor."
' But romcmbor your contract."
' What contructl"
Allen drew tho written ajroomont froxa
the pijoon-bolo in hla detk and read it to
tho uugry Mr. Btrong.
"But, thon, I didn't know ho was gwine to
run fur Ibo Lcblntoor." poralstod Strong.
" Now thct bo ia, I'm gwino to beat him, I
don't boor a cent what it coou mo."
"If you run for any othor oSlce thnn
sbcrtf, you will forfeit to mo ono thousand
dollars," said Allon, very carnostly.
"Your contract says so," and ho called
bis special attention to it.
"It's a trie-:!, yo two hev sot up a trick on
mo, that's til thar is o' it"
" No, it's no yo sot up a Job on," scld
Tom bimmons, at this moment entorlng the
onico floncwnai aompny. jur. oiron j
wheeled about and rjlarcd furiously at him.
AUcn, no7 quito tbunklul that tho two men
voro tojothcr to vont their sploen upon
each oJior. Btood with folded arms and a
smilo on bis face to oee what would bo tho
resv.lt of tho meeting.
"Youhoahl" roarud Btrong.
"You borof' yelled Bimmons.
" Yes, an' I'm ujwiuo to beat you."
"I'm 030I11' to seo yo laid in tho shadoof
it busts 00 to do it" i
" Yo'vo ullcrs been a cronsin' mo, Tom
Bimmons. Yer one o' tho kmd t' nUers be
in 'a feller's track. It wur a alglity Borry
pioeo 0' t Iraber tbey mado yo out ov any
"Jist say tvbat yo please, I'm asoln' to
beat yo. George Btrong, cf it ruins mo fur
tho Lcirblatur' to do it."
; Then Btrong swore that ho would beat
! Simmons, and vowed that ho would rathor
I be dofoated any day than see his enemy
"Ccutlemen," said Allen, coolly, as he
stood leaning against bis desk watching tbo
angry men, "ray supjiort has been prom
ised to both of you and you shall huro it
. It would bo a feather in our cap to have both
' ohorill and Itcproscntativo from our village.
I corao hero in tho interest of Turlcy's
Point im J to that end I am working."
I " D'ye think yo kin holp Turloy's Pint by
sendin'.him to the Lcgislatoor!" asked
j " Thon sink Tunley's Pint."
' " Would it holp our town by elcctln' him
sheriff (" roared Bimmons.
"Then lot 'or bust"
"Gentlemen, so long as you entertain
such hostilo feelings tbcro will be little
hope for tbe advancement of our town. If
you wish to effect any thing here, and to
build up a tbnving commercial centor, you
, must stop this combatting each other; put
your shouldors to tho whoel and go to work
in eurnost for yourselves, for each othor
and for Turloy's Point"
"Me work for him I Never I" roared Sim
mons. " Think I'm agwine to gin him a boost!
Hot much," said Mr. Strong.
"But I shall hold each of you to a strict
observance of tho contracts you have
signed. You shall each of you run for tbe
ofllces to which you woro selected in tbo bo
ginning, and I will support both."
"I'd ruthor bo beat a thousand times
than see him elected," crie 1 Btrong, as be
loft the office. In language equally as
'forclblo Simmons gave vont to bis toolings,
as be rotirod also.
"I think I begin to soe tbe cause of some
of tbe troublo with Turlcy's Point" said
Allon, as ho stood on tho front porch 0' tbo
I building gazing after tho two receding
I figures going in different directions. " The
: town is mado np of antagonistic rings and
; cliques. Evory ciun horo would rather die
himself than see socio one dse prosper.
They havo tuken prosperity by tbe throat
and are throttling bor "
The sun boomed lazily down upon the
s'oplng roofs of the houses scattered along
tho narrow valley and hillsides. Tbo store
buildings woro distingulsbcd by their square
fronts and painted signs. Tho ntual crowd
of lonfors wore gathered about tho otoros
and saloons and wore sitting on I ho porches
or counters. Tho floors woro wc-worn and
rotting, wbilo from tho damp ware rooms ut
the rear ono could in halo tbo damp air is
suing from decaying vegetables. There was
an air of dullness about tbo littlo village,
as If it bed been stifled by tbo thick at
mosphoro of hate.
" No wondor thut Turloy's Point Is on the
downward road," said Allon. " With such
a cluss of cltlrons as thoso there is littlo
1 or no hope of It ever rovivlng."
I Bummor passed, add as tho time for the
election drew near tho heated contest among
candidates bocamo great or all ovor tho coun
! try. Unkind words woro uttered by men
who should havo been friends llopcs rose
and fell as tho tido of political conflict wont
on. Allon pursued his established course
of Independence, supporting iho Republican
f or tho Legislature and tho Democrat for
sheriff, llo became the nark for many
sharp retorts from othor newspapers, and
was accused of rldlna two boraos t onco
homes that woro certainly going to differ
ent directions. As tbo coniost bocamo more
boated many ccmo to him to induce him to
glvo tip ono of tho candidal on, but bo statod
bo was pledged to boih, and. having tbo in
terests of Tuncy's Point at heart, otAld jiot
bo sworvod from bis couroa
His determination olono prevented Sim
mons and Btrong from withdrawing to do
feat each olbor. Cundidatos from other parts
of tbe country woro nomlnatod, a Demo
crat from Bentonsville was put In nomin
ation for Representative, and a Republican
from snothor village put in nomination by
his party for sboriff, against Mr. Btrong.
The tight waxed bot No slundor wjo too
vile, low or unreasonable for Bimmons to
tell upon his follow townsman, Mr. Hirong,
nor could Mr. Btrong conjure up in his
fortllo Imarrlnalion any thing too base to
j tell on his follow townsman, Bimmons.
Allon appealed in un to their reason,
assuring them that they were ruining each
I uiuar, ana aaoiruying u low outn 01
1 Turleys Point Each swore be would sink
Turieys rant to ooat bis opponent
It was useless for Allen to advocate tbe
Interests of the Turloy's Point candidates
when they wore doing all In their power to
rula eaob other. Every good word be spoke
for them was flatly denied. Tbe local
a tred which hod blighted Turley's Point
seemed to culminate in wild rage on elec
tion day. At ten o'clock in tbe forenooa it
bad beuaroo danxoroui to be oat .
Drunken, burly ruffians were parading
tV streets to tbe terror of all good citizen.
J dare a brawls raged during tho day,
and black eyes and bloody noeos became a
oimmon sight before evening.
Tho young editor, disgusted with the
people, the town and tbe oloctlon, remained
in his oClce all day. W hou returns came in
from all tho townships ho was not surprised
to loam that both tbo Turloy's Point candi
dates wore badly dofeated.
' CHAPTER XVnt '
' r, "THAT CAS NEVER BB."
Simmons and Strong found tho bitterness
of personal dofeat soraowhat swoetonod by
the knowlodgo that tholr enemy had gone
down with them. Morose, gloomy and Ul
naturod, each wont moping a'oout I he
st roots, cursing his own ill-luck, and won
dering what blight had corao over thoii
town that it could not bo saved from inov
ilublo ruin. Allen Gray had como at last to
realize that Turloy's Point was doomed, and
all his endeavors to savo it were woroo than
"I will glvo It up," he said to himself, as
ho sat at his desk one day. " It is no uso to
try to do any thing for thoso foolish people
while they aro so bliudly jealous and en
vious of ouch othor. If a stranger comos
horo to parchnso proior:y or oujago in
businoss hojs discouraged. I will soli out
tbo papor and go to other fields wboro I
shall havo moro favorublo surroundings."
But proporty In Turley's Point was not a
ready oulo, and ho could find no or.o bold
enough to venture to take tho editorial holm
of tho Y'cilern Republic.
During tho sumnor just passed Allen
continually hopod amid thohoutof political
conflict nnd a failing businoss to entirely
forrot ull about tho stono bouso on tho hilL
But as tho weeks rolled on be found tho
Imago of ono of tho inmutos, of that uiystori-
SUE WANDERED DOWN TO TBI OLD DZSERTBD
ous building beebmiug daily more nxed in
his mind and moro and moro a part of him
sc'f. Try as ho would It was impossible to
efTaco that imago from bis momory.
Iio bad taken frcquont strolls to the stono
houso, but not a soul was to bo seen, it
Beeraed as uttorly dnscrtod as if on an isl
and which had boon uninhabited for agos.
Tho fountains woro dried up, and weeds
woro growiug In tbo garden.
"They are all gono, taking that blighting,
wlthoring mystery with them I" said Allen,
a fow days oftor tho election, having re
turned from a stroll to the top of tbo hilL
" I will forgot bor I will leave tbe neigh
borhood, and, in other Colds, amid difforont
scenes and people, begin llfo anew."
As autumn advanced be mado vigorous
efforts to dispose of the papor, but without
avail. Bummer seemed to linger in the
lap of winter, and those days of ripening
fruit and golden harvest wore conUnuod
iongor than usual. - - ..,1''
One evening when tbe moon shone bright
ly from a cloudless sky, and the landseapo
seemed more lovely than by day, Allon de
cided to take one more stroll. His many
aOictions bad taught him to love solitude.
Miss Leethy Hopkins, in hor efforts to capt
uro the young editor, was growing dos
porato, frequently driving ber victim to the
solitudo of the forests where, freo from hor
sickening nonsense, he could commune with
nature at his own sweet will. .
In no place was ho more secure from In
trusion than on the qulot bill-top whero the
old mansion, liko somo vast castlo, was sot
op as a guard for tbo village. Allan wont
straight up tho hill to tho front gate, In
tending to sit down on tho stone steps and
enjoy a fow moments' reflection freo from
tho cores and annoyuaoos of tbe world.
But when he roa hod tho gate and
glanced through the iron bars, bo was
astonished at the transformation. , Tho
moon was bathing tbo soono in a flood of
mellow light All signs of neglect wore re
moved, and flowors woro bloom ng and
fountains so long dry nnd sllont had found
their voices amin and woro laughingly gush
ing out tho brighteit sparkling waier. Tbe
air soomod full of Ufo and gladness. ,
' From an open w.ndowcamo tho strains of
0 piano. Allen was entranced bt tho French
air that Coated on tho evening bnxxe front
tbe window of tbe houso. Even as be list
ened enraptured tbe music ceased, tbo
door opened, and a slight form, wr.h a light
shawl thrown over bor shouldors, came
down tbe wblto-pebblod walk to the gate.
Allen Instinctively shrunk back so as not to
Crouched in tho shadow of the wall ho
was again thrilled at sight of that sngeUo
being wbo had seemed to become a purl of
h.msclf. Bertha opened tbo gate, and,
drawing tbo silk shawl about borsbouldors,
passed down ibo oid turnpiko bumming a
plalntivo air. Her bend was uncovorcd, and,
hor wcallb of golden hair hung loosely about
hor shouldors, was oyudo tho sport ot tho
" Wboro is sbo going!" ho asked himself.
Slowly bo rose following nor- Ho could not
glvo any reason for biscourco, cavo that be
was Impelled by somo Inward icipulro.
Hud ho conquered bis heart I Cortainlr
not for now that bo was near hor again
thoso sumo strange wild emotions which
bad ro unciplotcly takon possession of bim
bo loro woro all revived with ton-fold power.
Still humming the plaintive French air,
sho wandorcd down tho old long-deserted
road, until sbocamo to the paib which led
to tbo spring. Following, ALon soon saw
bor seatod upotpho old ruetlo soat Eohlnd
a largo squaro stono, which arret ago bud
tumb.ed down fron tbo bluff above, jo
s'.ood and gazed at t he lovely creature who
seemed to be a domestlcatod dryad, that
bud stolen away for a fow moments to ber
oat I vo haunts
This was an opportunity not to be neglect
ed, something seemed to wbispor In bis
ear, and be felt at the same time a wild,
almost irresistible, doslre to rush from his
concealment cost himself at bor foot d
tow that be would ne, sr rise until his love
was returned. He waited long enough to
get full control over bis feelings, when he
went boldly forward to ber side.
She rose with a little exclamution of sur
prise, and said : ,
" Mr. Orsy, are you here! I had almost
lost hope of ever selntr yon again."
" Did you wish to nee met" he asked.
" I did. I wish to tliuiik you for your
noble act-(or so kindly obeying my re
quest" ' ' , ,,',.
M 8sy nothing about It. It was a slraplo
service I reodnrod you, and one- whvb
hoold be forgotten."
" Yet 000 1 will never forget, Mr. Gray.
I would be unprmteful indeed were I to for
get that at my request and for me, you .
risked your lite." ;
" Have you any objections to me sitting
here at your sidoi" said Allen.
" None whatovor. There is no othor seat
and vou must have become weary climbing
" How Is the littlo boy!" he asked, eitting
lilmnolf at hor side.
" Ho iswolL" . ;
" Does bo lllto to stay thorel" 1 ,
"Ho can bo happy nowhoro else."
Forsovcral moments Alien sut thinking
that ho was fully ropaU for all he hud en
dured on that journoy. - . ,
" V7us I pursued I" ho at lust asked,
"No, sir, you woro not" ,
" I I thought I was, and yot there was no
dlroet proof of it"
" Evory precaution was takon to prevent
pursuit uad ovory precaution taken in case
you woro pursued": but thanks to Providence,
our proeauiioii.'in that direction wore un
nocossury." " How did ho learn of my return t"
" I do not know, Mr. A Hon but let us not
talk any more of that Grateful hearts
will ovor ho.d you in sacred romombrunce
for your noblo self-sucriflclng actions. I
can not thank you enough. I wirh I could
repay tho do'ot of grotitudo I owe to you."
" I would rathor you would not mention
"I will not then. You want to go away
from Turloy's Point!"
" How did you learn thatl"
"I judge bo from your editorials, and I
hevo seen your press and matcriul adver
tised for sale in othor papers."
"You havo rightly guunsod my motive,"
said Allon, sauly. "Turley's Point has been
a dicuppoinlmout to me nnd tho buoluoss a
aad fuhuro. '
With a sigh she answered:
"Turloy s Point has been a great disap
pointment to more than yourself lthus
boon tbe rock on wlilch my bark of hopes
went down. '
. "What do you moan!" Allon asked, gnzlng
wondoringly into tho swuot beautiful face).
"You, who havo scurco boon in tho village,
how has it wrocltcd yo-ir hopes!"
"By Turley 's Point I includo tho houso on
tho bill, and tbcro somo of the darkest days
of my llfo havo boon spont I bavo formed
no acquaintances hero rave yours, and from
tbo iirot time I mot you I felt that you were
a broihcr. A real brothor could not have
been kinder than vou huvo been, and for
you noblo conduct I shall never cease to be
For a fow moments Allen's emotions got
tho better of bun. At last regaining in
part bis self-control, bo determined to daro
all and know tho worst, and in a voice of
forced calmness said:
' I wiuh I could be moro than a brother to
"No, no, do not mention that," she said,
hor feco very ralo, yet sho was no . excited.
"I did not como hero expecting to moot
you," sho wont on, "but slice by chance
wo havo met I nm glad of it Your faith
in myself has convinced mo that vou aro
superior to others. But, whilo I admire you,
I con novcr bo moro than a friend, a very
dear friend, a sister if you will, but nothing
"Oh, Borthn-Berthal in Hcavon's name
don't drivo mo mud!" ho groaned, in tbo bit
terest agony. " Don't you know that 1 love
"I have feared it" she answered.
" Feared itl"
" Yes, feared it from the very first"
"Why need you fear honest love! Oh,
Bertha, Bortho, do not drive mq away in
uttor despair. I havo tried to forget you;
but I can not- If you do not love me now,
givo me some hope, soy that you will love
mo hi the future and become my wifo."
" Ob.Heavcn.that can novor be I" she wept
f violently, wringing hor bands.
"It cun; it shad be," cried the frenzied
Allen, seizing ono fair plump band and rais
ing it to his lips.
" You know not what you say, J am ot
rtudy married" ,
Ho dropped the hand and staggered as If
he had received a blow.
fTO BB CONTIXUED.J
Dow It Is Mad la the Factories of Wil
mington and Philadelphia.
At tho beginning of the industry it was
oil hand work. Now it is largely done by
machinery. From an art that was intri
cate and bard to loam, and which many of
tho procoseos woro considered as trade se
crets, tho proccsset are now simplo and
easily acquired. Tho stylo of flnbh has also
entirely changed. When tho glaze was put
on morocco with a band glass, tho finisher
was required to produce a porfcc.ly smooth
and uniform surface, and in putting out
skins bo was expected to tuko ull the stretch
out of tho leather, and uuko a hard, smooth
surface for tho glaze. It was thought to be
Impossiblo to muke a durable finish by any
other procc s.
Tbis bus all changed. To express It in the
words of the old-timo morocco finisher:
"Thoy don't want skins 'put out' now. 1
don't understand it but I own up tho boys
make bettor leather tbun we did." Tbe
morocco mado now is soft und p.luble as
giovo leather. It may bo rolled, creased or
wrapped in a ball, and will spin out without
a brcuk or a wrinkle. Wbut is called open
tannagois now tbo favorite mo. hod witb
morocco manufacturers. A fow, however,
ad horo to tbo old practice of sowing tbo
slilus and filling them with sumach. Bow
ing machines using a needle not unlike tbe
crocbot noedlo used in knitting, and which
pulls tho thread through tho skin and
loaves it la Inapt, is used iu tbo sewing,
which is dono by girls.
The glazing, winch was formerly dono by
tho workmen with a bund glass ovor a tab.c
low enough to ullow him to put tho weight
of his body on bis hands, Is now dono by
macblno driven by steum and operated by
boy or girt Pobulcd leather was In great
domand for a leng timo. Tho flnluhed side
of tbis leal her was broken up into little
hillocks rcscmbl ng a sanded or pebbled
surface. It was dene by folding and rolling
tho skin under a broad piece of cork, which
tbe workman fastens to bis arm and iloftly
rolls ovor tbe skin by drawing It toward
bim. The skin is turned and rolled until
evory portion of tho surface is broken up
and it is rendered soft and pllublo. Tbe
new processes make leather that is very
tough and strong. It is mado vory light,
much of It being no heavier than glove k.d.
Tbe factories have grown to be immense
buildings of flvo and six storios lo height
A ireoRO couple wore recently married at
Griffin, Go., wben tbey were tbe recipients
of presents to the value of nearly two hun
dred dollars. ' Very soon thereafter tbe
sable husband's cupidity mastered him and
be packed tho wedding presents Into a grip
and decamped, leaving bis bride dostitute.
Tns famous picture by Metssonler, called
u 1807," was painted (or the late A. T. Htew
arl At the sale of bis irallery, Mr. Henry
Hilton bought It for 100,600 and presented It
to the Metropolitan Museum, where It now
bangs, the costliest painting in America..
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Theri were 600,000 barrels of cottonseed
ell produced last year, of .which Chicago
took IMWOO barrels, the balk of it being se4
by the lard reiloer.; . . .
The Oldest Furniture Store in Town,
Having had 36 competitors and still lives.
Furniture of all designs can be
had at our rooms at living prices.
Undertaking attended to with the usual
promptness, accompanied by a Funeral
eea.irhto- a SFECi.A.Xj'nr,
A. G. & G L. COUCH.
SPECIAL BARGAINS !
Novr offered bv
3SF. 3?8 RQBIKjSOK?,
The West Side Grocer.
Regular 60n aoiHo vrup 42c per gallon.
Extra fli3 cDD'tin? M)lai333 at 50 & 60o per gaL
Case's cl3 n 3 v J3p Tjoissd at32op3rlb.
Theb3it fl)ir iti CQ3 w)rld at ordinary prices.
The fli33t priz33 with B iking Powder ever offered
Also Fresh Rested Co2je, Fresh Oysters, Fresh
Groceries ani Provisions of all kinds at the low
est living prices.
Goods Delivered Promptly in the Corporation.
Is the best Cart in the market and will ride as
easy with a boy weighing 25 pounds as a man
I. WV HOITCiXETON
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER I
Druggist and Optician,
PHOTO-ALBUMS Very Choice.
SCRAP BOOKS A full line.
PAPETERIES In late designs.
FINE STATIONERY and writing materials.
NEW P.UBL1 CATIONS, selected with reference to perma
nent Take and to meet all tastes.
LIBRARY SETS of standard works.
CHEAP BOOKS-A large assortment.
CYCLOPEDIAS and DICTIONARIES.
. FAMILY BIBLES, TEACHERS' BIBLES Oxford
AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY DEPOSITORY. FINE ILLUS
TRATED BOOKS. POEMS in leather bindings. JUVEN-
ILE BOOKS iu great variety. Optical Goods, Art
Goods, Pt-rfiimery, Toilet Articles, and
DHUGGISTS' SUNDRIES. .
West Side Public Square, .
THE TORNADO IS KING.
THE TORNADO FEED AND ENSILAOF rnTTER.
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of VIM reolui ,.erim.... .leTorsado the fs.tsst cutter lo i tne , mouth ,but
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Suoll discount l. Hie tmrte. Now l the tints to srrsnitj f.if terrttorf. w "lS'
glvll g prices aud full description. Address, y. R. llAHKliJS CO., Csntoo.O-
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