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THK EN TERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY . 27, 181).
Antl-Iilqiior Lsasnu Organized Socro
Tlie LnraU county mass temperance
C"nventloa, accordlntr. to call, was held In
tlie opera house, Elrw, on tlie 23u Intl.,
Trceident G"l. N. B. G'ltes In tlie chair.
Ily request of tlie Cliiiirman. tlio Presi
ficnis of tho various tmp rince societies
Of the county were called to the platlorm,
and' tin were Ihfdo element formally
united. Prayer wa off.reil by Rev. Mr.
Uiilou, of Elyria, which was, followed by
f'.me excellent music, by the quartette
Prof. W. Q. Frost, r Olierlin, was the first
.tinker, lie euid It was a good thing t
Maw something to tiring the people of the
County together in patriotic effort, and
tlmwed that our ueed was arousing an or
g uiizillon of paistlu,' sentiment, as well
as the Instruction of I hose who have not
t en educated iu tomerance.
Mthocloao of Hie address, Prof. Frost
tvitommrndod the appointment of a com
mittee on plan of org uihsaiion, which was.
indorsed by the conversion, and the fol
Juing are the names of those appointed:
I'rol. YT. 0. Fnt, I'rol. G. F. Wrih', E.
W. Mctcalf,N. L Joiinwm and Joel My
ers. While the committee was in consultii
ti"0 the net'tln was adiliCNHed by W. R.
Wan, Esq , of Wellington, on "The Ueuo.
fit of Local Option "
Mr. Wean mad aoine strong points in
. favor of his t!iein f by showing the moral
Mid financial advantage of prohibition to
tUi people of Wellington of thn increase
In trade to the buaim-sa ninn of his town
, ty the lact that the money formerly
fjnandered in saloons now go, a into the
V ijillniate business channels, for clothing,
food, Improvemen's, education, &c; and
t"l tliis incrc ' in trado, by a conserva
tive estimate amoutit at l :ast lo mi aver
,.' of 20 per cent; that one business man,
Mr. Cijodrkh, soured him that SO per
-ni. would not bo hu extravagant istl
Inate of his Incrensed trade beennse of
J inhibition, lie (let land that the fear
('.pressed by toin-- husines4 men, that pro
)ih ition would drive a certain class or
ti.tdu to oilier loan", was absolutely
rrMumllets; that Wellington retained this
liade; and proved Ills points by the fact
tliat after two years' trial, the people sus
tained the measure by a largely Increased
m.tjnrity vote in its luvor. He spoke also,
not only of the gieat moral advantage to
4'iu people, gnnerally, but lo the saloon
men, themselves, and said he had person
l aaiuranre from some of them that thev
were glad of the change; that they are
row many of them, engaged In legitimate
jmrsuiU, and are ordinarily prosperous.
In speaking ni holding trado, Mr. Wean
0ft d that the sure way to do it was to sell
floods "all wool and a yard wide," and if
lus is done at a reasonable margin, no
cue weald feel the need ot ''a saloon in
tu back end to draw custom."
On motion of Mr. 01 Is, of Oberlin, a
Ct'iutnlttee on nominations and resolutions
was apfxinted consisting ol Prof. W. G.
Float, Mr. W. R Wean and lion. T. L.
They reported the constitution pub
lished herewith, and the following as the
officers of the organization for one year:
M m. T. L. Nelson, President, Eljria;A.
J(. Webber, Esq., vlce-Preai.lent, Elyrln;
Rev. W. E. Itarton, Cor. Sec, Olterlln;
1W. VS. Reely, Heo. fcec, Elyria; J. W.
Houghton, Treasurer, Wellington; addi
tional members of the Executive Com
Tobtee as provided for in the constitution,
Dr. S. M. Dalo, of Lorain, and Mr. Com
a'ock of Wellington. This report was
rjnamloiisly adopted by the convention
At this Juncture a UlsiaUh from the Hon.
Wm. A. Brnman was read, in which Mr.
Jlrtman cxprmscd bis regrets that be
Could not be at the met ting but assured
the convention of bis sympathy and Inter
est in the movement.
Mr. N. L.Johnson, ol Elyria, spoke of
(le customs of a gem-ration ago, his per
sVnal experience, aud of the advanr In
initio aeotlrmnt on the temperance
Mr. Lester McLean, called attention to
ritirlackof orgaulz .tion. and a trlbutcd
C'O defeat of loc d option Iu Elyria to that
fet. He said our enemies are organized ;
nd that the "trade" In Cleveland and
V' ledo furnished two thousand dollars lo
defeat tempt-isuce in Elyria. He thought
I J vig iroua and continued effort the work
l local option could be gradually exieod
3 from the smaller to the larger towns
fw d finally to the cities and thereby ulti
mately overthrow the trafflce in the state'
Rev. F. A. Gould, ol ulierliu, described
himself as a mugwump In politics; and by
iie fact of bis political independence, be
Is ready to Join most heartily in
any movement ayalnst the Americal sa
loon, and especially to work with any and
eveiy temperance organization. He also
teferred io a very complimentlary vein to
men and tbeir great work io tbo tern
fw ranee cause, and said be wm one who
tioiight they ought to bave been admitted
Co the last geoeral conference of the H. E.
tiiiirch and that be believed they would
t at the next one. Aa he believes In God
fce believes the time will come when there
II I not be a Single saloon In the state,
, 11 r Gould favors organization, energy and
SD.thnaiaa as necessary to a successful
campaign against the Lorain Co., saloons.
- A letter was read from W. 6. Sharp,
Esq., who was on the program, bat bad
Veil called away on business. He said
tie believed In the Justness and fairness of
Hhort speeches wore made by Rev. F
Ilodder, of Lorain j Ex-Mayor Metcalf, of
OLerlln; Hon. Ueo. O. .Washburn, of
Elyria and F. fl. Reely, of Elyria.
V. McKts, Secretary.
COHHTITUTION OV-TUS AXTI-LlllBOB LtAQUB OF
Loiiais County, Ohio.
Articli 1. ThlsoruanUatloii shall be called
the Antl Liquor League of Lorn I u Co., 0.
Art. 2. The oblect ot this lcuKue shall be
to secure the enforcement and Improvement
of anti-liquor laws la tho State of Ohio, and
the adoption of Prohibition under tho exlBt-
I Iok local option statues.
Art 3. Tho league shall consist or sucn
male citizens of the State as shall pledge
themselves to the work proposed by slKiitng
of this constitution and by the payment of aa
annual fee of one dollar.
A rt. 4. The officers of the leiiKtte shall coir
slstof a President, Vice-President, a Corres
ponding Secretary, Becordlnit Secretary. and
Treasurer, who shall perform the duties usual
to their several offices and shall with two ad
dltlimal members, constitute an executive
conimlttoe to curry out the ueiieral wishes of
Art. 5. Tho Executive Committee shall
secure theappoiutineut of a special committee
of three In each township and municipality
who shall consult the needs ot their several
localities and uroceed at once to an organlza'
tlou of temperance effort within their terrt
tory. for the promotion of the ends contem1
mated bv the Leauue.
Aiit. 8. This League shall be executive In
its character and shall In no way Interfere
with the plans or distinctive forms ot work
entered upon, by any other society! but shall
tu evers consistent manner contribute lis en-
erny to 'he advancement of all with a view of
establishing such forms ol temperance orKiw
tuition In every locality as Its cltliens may
Art. 7. The annual mcetlnn of fhe Lcauac
imii will nn tlic2d of February, In tho
county seat. Other meetings shall bo called
at such times and places as the Executlvo
Committee may determine. Tho ofllcurs shall
be elected at the nnnual meeting by a vote of
m:Jorlty of the members present.
Art. B. Such amendments and by laws may
be adopted at tho annua meet I on as may be
deemed necessary by two-thirds of the voting
members present, notice ot the sumo having
been alven at some previous meeting, or
printed notice ot the. same having been sent
to the members two weeks before the meeting.
Art. . This League will co operate with
similar leagues which may be formed In other
counties In maintaining a State organlzatioa
baring In view the objects herein mentioned
How'e This !
We offer Olio Hundred Dollars ltewurd
r,,r ,.i,v i iw.. ol CmIhitIi that cannot be
cured by takini Hall's Catarrh Cure.
V .1 i iiKKK.v & Co . Pi-s.. Toledo, O.
We, 'he umlersilliieil, havo known F.J.
Cheney for the last 13 )eurs and believe
him perliitly honorable in all business
tioumictioiih and lintimially able to carry
out anv olili'iallon ma le by Iheir firm.
West A: Truax. holes ilo I)rui:gssts,
Tol. do. Ohio.
Waldina, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale
Druggists. Toledo, O.
E. H. Voit Hu:sen, Cashier, Toledo Na
linnal Hank. Toledo. O.
Hall's Caiairh Cure la taken internally,
acting directly upon the blrxat and mucus
surfaces of the system. Price 75c. per
bottle. Sold by all druggists.
New From the Coanty Seat.
The Court ol Common Pleas la still In
session with Judge Lewis on the bench
Civil business is occupying the attention
of the court and Jury. The criminal
busluess of tbo term will not be com
mence until the 4th of March. The busi
ness disposed of since last report Is as
Riot & Molirido Bros vs II C Nesbltt.
money only; verdict for plaintiff lor
Wm It Walker vs Elizier Lacy el al, ac
counting and equitable relief; referred to
II J Lewis.
Agnes B Tbeias vs Geo H Gales et al,
money only; continued.
C W Horr vs II N Wadsworth, money
only; verdict for plaintiff by olrecllon of
court for 39 97 ; def endaut excepts.
Robert W Harkins vs David Jackaway,
et al, money and attachment ; appealed by
plaintiff; continued on motion of defend
ant and at bis coals.
Michael W rk vs L 8 & M 8 Ry Co,
money on y; verdict for plaintiff, $100.
Alice Dunfer vs John II Eckh r, money
only ; continued at plaintiff's costs.
A E Allyn vs Citizen's Mumal Relief
Association, money only; continued.
David Johnton vs Jerome Ptati money
Louie Gregory vs Morrison R Phelps,
money only Continued on motion and at
cosl of defendant.
Minnie Puis vs Nicholas Berrell, money
M innle Puis vs John Brand, money only ;
Henry Fredericks vs Thomas Gawn et
al, to cntorce statutory liability of sock
holder; sale o patent right confirmed
and deed of assignment ordered.
Eveline rjamjisell ex'z vs the Equitable
Accident Association, money only remov
ed to U 8 C C.
Charles II Hock wood vs B Wiesnd et
al, in on i y only, settled and costs paid.
Theodore 13 Rogers vs Gertie C'raine
et a', money, foteciosttre and equitable re
lief; default, aecree see Journal.
The Board ol Education vs Peter Bchuler
et al, injunction and equitable relief.
Dolclaca Peabody vs 8 E Powers et al
money and lo subject land; default, decree
KCW CASKS r I I.ED IH COMM0X PLSUS.
Wib Brawn vs the L B & M S Ry Co,
to recover real estate and damages.
The LS & M S Ry Co vs Wm Brawn,
to qolei title and Injunction.
Eliza II King ys John C King, alimony.
Elizabeth Kuerlm vs Henry Koerlm,
IN PROBATE COURT.
Order of adoption of Lydia May Eaves
by Mr and Mrs Geo C Clifford made and
named changed to Lydla May Clifford.
Ida May Brown adopted by Mr and Mrs
John Adam Bcbmldi and name changed
to Stella Elenoore Bcbmldt.
Last will of Moses B Cooler, deceased,
late of Brewnhelm, admitted to probate.
Adam Hall, sdmr with will anuexeJ of
the estate of Henry Michel, diseased, files
petition for order to sell !no4. Hearing
March 18, 1889.
F W L'ndes appointed guardian of Mary
Llndes to Imlwcilt-.
Supsrlcr Street, next to
SKIN AND BLOOD
Successfully Treated npon
rf.-. confusion of idena. palpitation f tlie
SfUn. affcoiionsof the liver, stamiuib and Imweis
1 1 'i -iitii of youth and accrue practious, uuliwg
? " 9 . . . T'loae niffKrlnf trim f vrm m I Immediately eured and
iOfVOUSK.rvous Uubilit;, tlie SJJf gUtlUl full vifor restored. Thin
' I symptoms of which nre Vtanlrnnpn oiUmiini! afll.o-
1 J J f5 0 1 1 1 tV. a dull, aiatrew d mind tUKIlC OOation wh vta rsmiert
j v J which uufi a thcra f"r lileaburuenaud ud BiarriHae iiiioosnible
. forming their bnainess and soeinl duties) la thoHnalty rmid b the victim of improper
r" :'r: li.iptiv lunrriuKesiiDpoarihle.dutresa the iniiiilgi noe. The moat elm le inuat acknow-
1 of the heart, esusins fliialies of heat, Icdvathutineii iB-lonasre the irrunt uiugnet
ii iisoAiiiinoiapirils.evil forobndings, oonard- bjrwhii'hthe whole world ia attracted. Do-
. ". fvtir, drenma, short breathiuas, melun- etroy theuaiuid what have we? Alan is no
'' c'.y. tire euilr of oomrany and bu 'eaprcf- lunger interested in the optosite sex) the In
i, -two to bo alnno; frcliuf as tired In tlie torcbaaxeotthatbliaulropoaewhiuhattraota
t MiniinB as when relinnsi ot manhood! and interests the whole world, exists no
. .1.1 o bono depoaita iu lh urino,nrcmanei, longer! man oeaea to be what U"d mmle him,
' "Mill up:, ooiilutionof thouahta. watery and tho world is no longer intoreitina to bun, anil
vi U croa, dypepaia, ennatipetion, palencna. roinoree and dirnppointment arc hie cuuatant
,: ii and wrakneKS in th-t limbs, eto., should oouiinnions. Conault LlR. ALliEKT et oneu
,.-j-Kalt UU. ALBliKT immediately aud B"d you will find thaayuipatby aud relief that
, ..jr.iitnrcdtohcahh. , yon poailivcly require.
' A "1 .n!n v Married persons or VAlinrV Man 1,1,0 n"'' k-
'..iQrifJQCfGeyouug men contem- TOUllfl IilCtl oorneviotimaof
-lu ng nisrringe "aware of physical weak solitary vice,--itht dreadful and deatruolivo
vi, lor.aof procroatiTe powora, impotency, or habit, which annually aweona to an untimely
' , : other duqualitlcntinna epeodily relieved, grave, tlmusands of young men of exalted
'.lo'wbo places himiclf nndr theoire of DU. tnlentand brilliant iotelleot, BMJ call With
i: .i,iiiini',niiiroonftdoinhiahonora; a gen- lull Mofldeneo.
'' mnn.andconGdcntlTrelron his akill as a I)K. ALU tRf addreaies all those who hsve
ii -.''--sieian. I'lt. ALltlvItT has had many Injured themaolres by improper indulgence
''"r' eip-:i'ii"0 In bospitali and private and solitary babiti which ruin both mind
i,r.i'tie'idian(r','"iteof tho most eminent and body, unfitting theiufor business, study,
i i .--!;.-:tl tur :- jl.'al cJFtates. acoieiy or Biairiage.
ft'nilonw Positively Cured by RetTiarka- SsMwhloh'ha've
A Perfect Restoration Guaranteed.
PrnCfVlP DIIIMCn IM UCIITU by unlearned pretenders who Iwep trtUing with
rtt.ivlJO nUiriLU IP H CAL I ii them month after month.girlrpr poisonous and
i "juriniis compounds, should apply Imuicdiutuly. Call or write, butwhere possible, oue personal
uSZ&EL. DR. ALBERT- Cleveland. O.
ryTtt A course of treatment with full direc
tvfiiisi tions will be sent to any part of the
United States, securely packed, free
from observation, upon receipt of Five Dollars,
with a guarantee that If results are not satis
factory. monpy will be refunded.
In BUSINESS rnilClTION. OBERLIN COLLEGE WRITIN0 DEP'T. OBERUN SCHOOL a! STENOGRAPHY
sasMYPE-WRUiJ8, aaS OBERIN BUSINESS COLLEGE,
and counts complete. Circulars free. Address
Nathaniel Martin appointed sdnilnlstra
tor de boms nnn with will annexed nf the
estate of Baltls Purple, deaaed, late of
Columbia, In place of A B Ustxirne, deed.
J 6 Crawferd appointed admimstrhtor
oi the estate ol John Kulp, deceased, late
of black River.
In the Criminal Court but lew of those
indicted by the last Grand Jury have been
arrested, those who bave been arrested
have been arraigned aud the following
entries bave been made:
Ohio vs Chas Kuexpnl, larcrny ; defend
ant arraigned ; plea not guilty, entered ;
Ohio vs Henry Totnling, keeping place-
open and selling on Sunday; detendnnt
arraigned and plead not guilty, bond $300.
Ohio vs Chas Rosencrans, selling and
furnishing Intoxicating liquors to a minor;
bond f 500.
"Not Worth a Tinker' Darn."
ITow wicked, you will say. No. no; this
is nol that kind of s darn. A linker's darn
is made of a harm l-ss and very lminmit
mixture of water and Dour ami prevents
the soldier ruiininu away. I lie ex pred
ion quoted abote is tahl to havu (irisrinnt
Led with a man ol strong religious Inslii.cis
no bus iHiught and wastry lug an IiuUm
tln at el plow, made it. the image and
likeneas of the great Oliver Btet-I Plow;
and he siipiomu it was an Oliver until be
ba gan using it, when he eoon discovered
his mUtako If he hid carefully ciauiln
ed It he would of si eo that Oliver's name
waa nol cast in the shear ami other wear
ing parts and would bave knoan it Was a
fraud. The aenuitie a i tide, the oriuinal
and only Oliver btvel Plow ni.d the Oliver
Klip Jiotta Hhares and liepatrs can be
lound at O E. Towsoend's.
Everybody is delighted, children and
all. Willi Kinebarl's Couch Ilalsam. 25c
It ia a Curious Fact
That the body Is now more susceptible to
beueftl troin medicine than at any other
season. Hence the importance of taking
Hood's Sarsaparllla now, when it will do
you the most good. It is really wonderful
for purifying and enriching the blood,
creating an anpeilre, and giving a healthy
tone to the whole system. lie sure to gel
Hood's Uarsaparilla, Which is peculiar lo
C0NSCMPTI0S 8CBELT CURED.
To Tiist BniTon-Please Inform your rend
era that I have a positive reniMljr (or tlie above
Uainetl disease, by Its timely use tliuuKauds of
hopeless cases have been permanently cured.
I shall be glad lo send two bottles of my reme
dy rnaa tn any of your readers who have con
sumption If Oicy will send me tln-lr express
ami r"t olllca inlilroe, ItMpc-ntully. .
I. A.si.();;rM,;j.i'..ini . , -uN-v iorsv
Use n Iki'IIa of
ficlal, P I) Kelt.
Hill's Peerless Worm
refunded if not bene-
People llvlntt In a malarial climate
ahoold never be without a bottle of Hill's
Hatnaparlllu. I) FelL
Hkill and common sense combined in
Hill's Peerleas Cough Byrup, for celds,
Cobb's Little Pills for 23 cents, excel-
lent ( bowel difficulties. Y D Fell.
Fostoffi'ce, Cleveland, 0.
the Latest Scientific Principles.
Has attalnsd the mint wonderful nucccro In the tr-ntmcnt
f the cases to which hedcit)liis Kpeoiiil atteniiiin, and
tbrougb years of patient labor aud ru.uHich, he hat dit
onverid tlx mat infallible nieikod of curing general
weiiknefls. Involuntarv dl.oharaea. tmTwtenev. nervoiin-
Lourt, tiinidity. diaunno of throat, ooe and
Ihiwo ternblo diaordurs arisiUK f nun solitary
hie a luuoruulotxiatcuoeaai robdutiug inarriagei
all conoecud. Expenses tow. Instruction thorough.
MtKEB Ol UXHUKUHV. wrui..
If yon have made up your mind to boy
Hood's 8amparllla do not be Induced to take
any other. Hood's SarsaparlUa Is a peculiar
medicine, possessing, by virtue of Its peculiar
combination, proportion, and preparation,
curative power superior lo any other article.
A Boston lady who knew what she wanted,
and whose example Is worthy Imitation, tells
her experience belowt
" In one store where I went to buy Hood's
Barsaparllla the clerk tried to Induce me buy
their own Instead of Hood's; be told me thelr's
would last longer) that I might take It on ten
days' trial; tliat If I did not like It I need not
pay anything, etc. But he could not prevail
on me to change. I told him I knew what
Hood's Barsaparllla was. I had taken it, waa
satisfied with It, and did not want any other.
When I began taking Ilood's Barsapartna
I waa feeling real miserable, s tillering
a great deal with dyspepsia, and so weak
that at times I could hardly stand. I looked,
and had for some tune, like a person in con
sumption. Hood's Barsaparllla did me so
much good that I wondor at myself sometimes,
and my friends frequently speak of IL" Mas.
Eixa A. Oorr, n Terrace Street, Boston.
Boll by all dramttats. fl t six for 14. Prepared only
S7 C. L HOOD CO, Apothecaries, Lowell, 1
IOO Doses One Dollar
CARDS In order to go calling Ihela
dies should have the usual outfit In tlie
way ol cirds, In order lo hnve one In case
the parties called iiMin are nol si home
The EnTEitpniHS office keeps a full line
ot first-class cards and f uidIkIi them ex
ceedingly cbe,np. Please cull and see
Mr. X. IT. Frohlickaieln.of Mobile,
Ala . writes: I take itret plsii e In
rc iiiim n'tlng Dr. King's No PI"
eovi-rt for consumption, having need It
for B severe attack t U'O chltl- and
Cstiu rli. It give me Instant relief and
entirely cured me ami I have not been
afflicted since, I alao beg to state that
I liail tiled other r-inille with no uood
result. H ive in u ed Electric Bitters
anil Dr. King's New L ie Pill, both of
which I can recommeud. Dr. King's
New Di-Covery fbrconaiimp'ion.oouiihi
and coMa, Is sold on a positive guaran
tee, TiIhI bottles free at Adams' drug
store. I .
' William Laird.
William Lal'd, a well known drug
gist of Hprlngtleld, Oregon, writes as
follows: "Mr stoek ot Van Wert's
Cough Bilsam ordered from you short
time ago Is slmost exbsusiod and I am
pleaded to nte the fact that It has glv.
en universal satisfaction. I have never
had a single bottle returned. The
medicine Is a boon to mankind." Trial
slxe free. E W. Adams the Leadlnf
fA W r k "BT-V a -sa.
For the next thirty days to reduce stock, will sell at bot
40,000 poumis Fence i Wire bought cheap. 1,000 Kegs Nails, bought cheap
i w 111 81)11 B,,,l'd Fence Wire al3 25 10 4 00 per 100 pounds.
Iron Nails at $2 per keg of 8 penny. St. ell Cut Nails at $2.25 per keg oi 8 penny.
Bieol Wire at $8 per keg of 8 penny. .
M.ciftu ur-iinui cose.
Horse Blankets at cost
Lap Robes "N
Japauese Kobes "
TuUle Cutlery "
Chnmtilon X Cut Saws 25 to 30 cts per foot.
Champion Buck Saws 76e each.
Hund Saws 6Ucts each.
Shot $1.35 per bag.
Solid Steel Axes 76cts each.
" " Crow Bars Octs per pound.
Daisy Thermometers 16cts each
8 Inch Mill Files lt'cts each.
10 Inch A: ! II Flies lncts each.
Any surplus goods In stock at
the above prices.
Weixtnoton, Oiiio , Fibrutiry 5th, 1880.
"White Bronze Monumenfsi On Top."
The only Monument made that preserves the
record for ages. "Inscriptions always legible "
Buy the Bronze as it does not need reDlacin o-
Portsmouth. N. II., White Bronze Sol- 5"
tilers' mid Siiiiors'Monutucnt. Over o0,000 now in use ill
t-J jrTt- 7
K. N. GOODWIN, Agt. Wellington, O
Wellington Monumental Works.
t jit nnxr-rkTtr a. .oi i.
W tl A JUL JF MM,J3Li
Granite Monuments Tombstones,
L'.JV- I -Iwr -T0' every
ft."' r-" i.Tar-.-'?."
A present ol $500.00 in Cash will be given to any
person who will show us a Monument of American Granite
we naveiiirnisneuinaiiscrumDiiiig or snows signs oi uecaj
D. M. HALL,
wishes to say to the citizens of
Brighton and Vicinity,
That he has on hand a full line of all kinds of goods
usually kept in a country store, and that he can and will
sell ad cheap or cheaper than his competitors. In order to
make room for Spring Goods, I will offer until April 1st,
AT COST -
Gloves and Mittens, "Woolen Unkerware and Woolen
Hosiery. Must have ready pay for goods sell at cost.
iiflestMet PricepaiflforBntter Mm.
I Mean Business, Call and Sec. - -
T - v-s-sr- ... - -mm .'
Breach Loading Shot Guns 110 to $17 each.
Pure Manila Binder Twine 14cts per pound.
Cable Chain with hook, Jl, 11.60 and $2 each, .
bolld Steel Adze Eye Hammers 50cts each.''
.." " Shovels and Spades Wets " '
Step Ladders, 11, ft.25, and 11.50 each.
Steel Game Traps, $2, aud 12.60 per doi. .
Flobert Rides, $4 to $5.
Revolvers very low prices.
Clothes Wringers very low prices.
Pocket Cutlery, " " "
Stool Club Skates, best 76cts per pair.
" " " Nickel Plated $1 per pair.
Carpenters Steel Squares, 75cts each..
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this country. The largest ye
made standing in, the States
where granite is best known.
Xow is a good time to order.
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land Granite a specialty. Call aud see
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deal in tbe (bo called) everlasting "White .
Bronze. It will stain, rust and crack.
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