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THE ENTERPRISE. WEDNESDAY, MA 8. 1889.
J. B. SMITH, Proprletoi.
WHEN THE BABY WAS SICK,
When the baby wusslek, I toll yeh ths days
Fergot'et they ever oouldny, -An'
toted right like they wus clipped f tin
The way they went erswnsuin' by.
An' gran' pappy'i clock on the lun Jin', ychioe
F.x yeh ootuo up the itinera Cum the hall,
Felt mean ei the rest o' too tambljr an' atrok
'Bout like It wax ready to bawl
When the baby win unit, tbur win maw an'
An' alater an' me an' my w to.
Vent tip-loein' round with fucri el ponlt'd
Esanasielo' abonts kom to life:
Aa' we spoke la the way ye h've heerd folks
la a room where thar's lomotblu' dead,
An' the women tolki stilflleJ a heap an', well'
My eye an' pap'i wus red.
When the baby wus s ok, our old maltee oat
With this white stripe crossln' ber taoe
Picked op an' put out, for ine seemed to scute
Thar wus somethln' wrong on the phoe.
An' the yeller houn' dog let loose an' yowled
Tboo the boll of a Blunt ihe limbl
Tell t Jes strek out aa natchelly wiped
The barnyard up with him.
When the baby wus sick, an' the doctor would
all keep a-aorougia' around.
A-oouatla' our breaf, while be counted the
Watobln' out It he smiled or he frowned ;
As' the day when be 'lowed la his gruffyold
Thet Uiedsnmr was ever an' done.
We gripped thet old man round toe neck an'
41 You're a angel ef sver wus one I"
Era Wilder Moaiasaon, In Judge.
"Of, Tll3 Peril of the Pecroys.
A Thrilling and Eomantlo Story
of Love and Adventure.
Br James M. MsBHtu, ArrnoROr "DO0CS
Oilu" "Flsbih joi" and
Copyright, 1st, by Ih A. A. Kd'.txjj AVir
apr company. J
" Mother, I will obey you In all things
right, but you must not speak harshly of
Hasn't II" with a sharp Into nation.
'Well, well, has it come to this that
am tc be defied la my owa bouse
and by my own daughter! Who Is this
Wentword, I should like to ask, that Ac
muet be treated with such lmmtlute re
gard I Nothing but a low mechanic, with
no thought above a saw sad jack-plane. 1
" I will go on, and you shall not stop me
until I've had my ear," insisted lira.
Penroy, growing hot with bcr own conceit.
"Austin Wentword supposed that you would
some day be rich, and that waa why he paid
you such assiduous court You have not
seen him since your grandfather's death, I
lake HI" . , .
"True. Well, he wou't be apt to trouble
yon again. Whyl Bimply becauee he has
doubtless susiooted that all is not gold
that glitters, and that the auppoaed heiress
has been out off with a shilling. I under
stand those moo, they are all sordid creat
area." . .
Mother, cease, I pray yon. Have you
forgotten my father!'' said Qrace, in a
"No; Mr. Ponroy was a good man, the
beat one I ever-met, yet he hod his. fault. "
"True; but it wan of Wentword that we
were speaking. Do you expect him again
to sea your'
Oraow was silent.
"I understand your foellngs; you hope ha
will return agaia, but, lot me tell you, he
bad better not. I would sooner aee yon
dead than the wife of a low mechanic"
1 -Mother, way will yon persht la speak
ing thus disrespectfully of Austin I"
"I express my true opinion."
"1 hope not."
"I see that you entertain a sneaking a flec
tion for him," cried Mrs. Penroy, angrily.
"Let me toll you that yon receive bis fur
ther etbontioo at your peril Bhouid you
dare marry such as he 1 would disinherit
It was Grace's turn to a how resentment
now. Meek people are usually B rm enough
when lbs rock of forbearance has been
'Mother, I will not listen. You talk of
disinheriting me, but that you can not do,
since you have nothing or your own ; my ln
herltanoo comes direct from Grandpa
Vendible, and you can not touch 1U while
I live, however, you shall not want for a
some and all the com turts that money can
give, but you must not insult my feelings
as yon bar dons to-night."
The girl choired at the last, and there were
tears in the honest gray ryee, for It grieved
the heart of Grace to speak harshly to ber
other, even under provocation.
A aneer curled the Up of Mrs. Penroy,
which failed to improve ber looks, and in
ber faded eyes there came a sudden, un
" 8ot" ahe aspirated, "I aee that the im
maculate Captain Stjrbright has played nis
cauds well; but in spile of that be shall not
succeed I", .
44 Yea. He has given you to understand
that Morgan, my father, made a will on the
Bight of his last Illness, giving you every
"Wo, for it is true."
"I knew it When Captain Bturbright
told you that your grandfather left a will
be lied, for no such document waa found.
and am the only heir to my father's prop
erty. You see, the shoe la on the other
foot, and that yoa remain aa Inmate of Loos
Hollow at my sufferance. The little plot
arranged between you and the Captain to
win a million has failed. I am not the
dupe and foot you and Captain Btarbright
The widow tapped ber gold snuff box to
jrtve emphasis to her words.
Oraoe regarded ber in horrified silence.
Eer mother must be losing ber reason, it
eeemed to Oraoe, else ahe would never
sake such aa accusation, so causeless and
; btand there and gape, Ilka the sdly fool
that yon are," cried the unnatural mother.
You didn't Imagine that I would ses
through your scheme, it was so neatly
Mother, please don't," pleaded Grace.
"But I will, Just the same, you ungrate
ful girt. I will aot submit to be driven
from homo" by row and that scoundrelly
Captain. s- ' .';
"Mother. I can not llsu-n," protested
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Graoe. " I know you are not yourself to-
night Soma other time, when you are
calm, I will talk with you on this subject"
'I am calm now," declared Mrs. Penroy.
" I wish you to tell me the truth regarding
this Captain Btorbrtght"
" I know no more than you do about him."
"Did he tell you that your grandfather
loftawiUl" .. , .
" Yea. I know ho left ono, for I saw it
with my own eyes."
Whcnl Where! " domanriiM sirs, pen-
Ui uco explained bow, on ttio morning ot
Mr. Vandible'g dcuth, she bad thought she
hcurd his voice calling and sho hnd rushed
In to litid kirn lylngstilland whitc.on the pil
low. "Tho vill whs lying bofoi-e hhru and a
stranger, a lawyer, I suppose, and Captain
Btarbright stood at the bedside. Grand
father was doad even then, but in my ex
citouiont I did not fully roulize It."
" And you saw tho will, you arc sui-o of
"I am sure of that."
" Did you know what it contained I"
Thora was a flush on tho widow's choek,
a strange, eager glitter in the faded eyes
as ahe asked the question.
" No, I did not," said tho girl.
' Thon why do you imagine that my father
disinherited me, his only child, to take up
with a more distant relative!"
' I only know that he so declared his in
tention wan v times,"
"Yea, to me."
"Will you permit me to ask you a ques
"I have no wish to claim what is not my
own by law and right, mother dear," pro
ceeded Grace, as ahe sank to a seat and re
gar-led Mrs. Penroy with a saddened glow
of i ae honest gray eyes. "I only know that
grandpa executed a wilt in my favor, but
there Is this tbt has puzzled me. If the
Will was not signed, would it bo lawful when
It was surely the testator's wish and Inten
tion to place bis name to the instrument,
death alone preventing!"
"Of course such a will could not be law
ful." "Thon I bow to your claim, mother dear.
The will that I saw that fatal morn in gwu
" And your grandfather was d-ud !"
"Yes, I am sure of that"
A gleeful, exultant light shot into the
eyes of the widow. fcUie fairly beamed
upon her daughter, and in a voice tremulous
with emotion she said
"It is well. An evil man has been frus
trated. You may go now, Grace, and seek
needed rest You shall not repent this
frankness, for while I have a home you
will hare ono. Good-night, my child; wo
will talk further on this subject at another
Mrs. Penroy rose, went to her daughter's
side, kiased her with seeming tenderness,
and then Grace went from the room
" Saved ! thank Heaven I" fervently ejac
ulated tho widow.
cmurii a spiu.
In the meantime Captain Btarbright mads
his way to the stable, led out bis grays
and with his own hands attached them to
'I bave been duped in the worat kind of
way," he muttered through close-shut
teeth. "Mother Cabera lied to ma when she
pointed out that grave In the cellar and as
sured me that thore lay the mortal remains
of my enemy, Lura Joyce. That girl, sharper
than a dotective, is determined to be my
ruin. How did she f scape death! lean only
answer that the ugly twins have entered the
league against me. It was all a plot to bring
destruction upon me, butit will not work.
Worst of all, Karl Vandible Uvea. I can not
understand that Wonders will never cease
in this world, and all of the fates seem Just
now to combine against me, but I will defy
the fates and win this game, else go down
with colors at the mast"
Mounting the seat the Captain drove
It was late at Bight when be reached
Btonefleld too late to consult with bis. law-
yer o be put up at a Utile publio house, re
solved to rest until the dawn of another day,
Be waa early asur. . Almost the Drat per
son bo encountered la the hotel offloa after
breakfast wss Louis Fingal, tho handsome
young hunter. The Captain waa aot exactly
certain aa to too status or Flngal on the
whole he act the youth down 'aa aot bis
friend at least, although be might not be la
active league with a la enemies.
"1 am glad to aee you, Captain."
Flngal beld out his hand.
"Indeed. We seem to meet at unexpected
times and places," returned Btarbright,
accepting toe ineadiy pro tier,
"Yea, Yob. cam from Lone Hollow late
"The hour was not early, that's a fact"
"Did you meet Miss Joyce!"
Captain Btarbright glanced keenly Into
the race or the youth before him
"I aaked If you mot Miss Joyoe. She is
a friend of mine, and as she set out to visit
her cousin Grace I thought you might hare
met ber. The roads eeem dangerous to
travel those days, and I tried to dissuade
the girl from going, but she insisted on it
"Indeed. You astound me, air."
'How is that!"
'I supposed you were aware of the fact
that Miss Joyoe disappeared mysteriously
some weeks since, and it was supposed thst
she met with an accident'
"I beard about It," answered Pingal,
oooUy, offering bis cigar case to the Captain,
who selected a fragrant roll and proceeded
to light it
"Then you will understand bow absurd It
teems to me when you speak of teeing said
young lady," said the Captain, as he sat
down nett the window and proceeded to
putt great clfdn of perfumed smoke np-
Fin gal casta keen glance about the room,
returned bis cigar-case to hit pocket with
out taking one himself, and leaning on the
Captain's shoulder, peered down Into bit
dark face, and with a half amile stirring his
"I suppose you do think it absurd, my
dear Captain, yet it la, nevertheless, true
that I did see Lura Joyce, and that ahe did
go to Lone Hollow lust night. It seems that
aa attempt was made upon her Ufe by a
ooupleof low ruffians, and that H failed,
thanks to the Interference of an unexpected
friend. I haven't learned the full particu
lars yet, but 1 expect to when I tee the
young lady again."
"You surprise me," ottered Btarbright.
"I am glad, however, to know that the girl
escaped. Why did she remain away to
- "Of course you are glad. You and Miss
Joyce were such good friends.
Wsa there a sarcastic ring in the voice
of the young hunter I Captain Btarbright
Imagined to, and the small dark face seemed
to take oa a mocking emlle. The Captain
Bdgeted la his seat, yet, aomehow, seemed
riveted to the hair,
Ho attempted to rise, but Fingal's hand
pressed gently yet firmly agaiast bis shoul
der, and la a low voice be said
"5o, no, my dear Captain, keep your seat
I am becoming Interested at well at your
And the Captain remained.
Ho teemed subjeot to a strong spell, and
facet and object began to float and be
come Indistinct Even the voice of Flngal
was but an Indistinct murmur.'; !
And still the Captain puffed at his cigar,
and permitted a gentle languor to steal over
his sonses. , '
"The girl was miraculously saved," pro
ceeded Fiiigal, "and sha has returned to
make it interesting for the villain who em
ployed a couple of ruffians to murder her.
It was the desperate work of an assassin
throwing oft tho dotective that was hot on
his track. A girl dotective I That sounds
odd, yet I do boliove that Lura Joyce is
nothing less, and that she will not cease,
her efforts until a prince ot villains is run
Captain Starbrlght although, hearing but
Indistinctly, yet felt a vibration of fear at
his heart, and the smiling, dark faoe of
Louie Fingal seemod like a block Nemesis
frowning upon him. '
Wbatwas It that bound en limbs as
though in a viae, aad held him oa the
rack while boiug tortured! He realized
now that Fingal was his foe and he ttrlved
to extricate himself from the unseen
" Although two tramps seized and hurled
the girl over a precipice, she was not killed,
Bhe lives, and you will yet meet her, If you
have not already, since ber resurrection
from supposed death at pie bottom of
"Why do you thus address me!" artic
ulated the Captain with no little difficulty.
" W hat has the fate of this simple girl to do
with me!" , ' . !
"Do you say It baa nothing!" ,
The mocking amile still lingered oa the
faoe of Louis Flngal.
" Of course, that is tho faot"
"But in that case who paid those two
ruffians for their work!"
"I do net know."
"Captain Clinton Staruright,you do know,"
asserted Flngal, with ringing emphasis.
" You would gladly give your right hand to
be assured that Lura Joyoe was dead."
" Where did you learn so mucnl" -"From
observation. You attempted to
take Lura Joyce's Ufe last night, but was
frightened from vour work"
Captain Btarbright shook the hand ol
Fingal from his shoulder and attempted to
gain bis feet For the life of him be could
not An invisible band held him down, and
seemed to bind the very throbbings of his
Ah I what spell is thisl
Captain Btarbright writhed and twisted
in bis chair while Fingal continued to re
gard him with that pitying yet malicious
A tinkle ou the gloss caused the helpless
Captain to look without A face was
pressed agaioat the pane, the slight of whiob
broke the lothurgio spoil and caused Btar
bright to come to his feet with the quick
ness of an electric flaeh. a cry of terror fall
ing from his Ups.
"Heavens I that faetaoauu" wauea Btar
bright, in a paroxysm of astoundment and
A DAHK CHIMB.
The face at the wiudow wus not a pleas
ant one. Fingal bad seen and recognised it
aa that of the strange man, uoa oenite.
One instant only It remained at the window,
then disappeared in the crowd. .
Captain Btarbright stood staring like one
bereft of sonse.
He is giiue."
"Gone," answered FingaL " Who wa
"How should I know!"
"If you do not, your actions belie your
worda," declared Fingal, grimly. "To me
be seemed like a madman. " i ...
"He tV-mad-aa escaped' lunatic,"
breathed the Captain, gladly catching at
a loophole of escape. "Ha ought to be
teoured at once."
"You will offer a reward for bis capt
Captain Btarbright, however, now that he
waa out from under me magneuam oi
Louis Fingal's presence, - hastened to
separata himself from that Individual, in
wardly vowing, however, to learn more of
the buuter hi the future, and If need bo to
orush him. .
Before Fingal could finish bit son ten oe
the Captain bad passed awlftly from tat
room, and was around the oorner like
" You oau't escape me that way, you tu
lain," muttered the youth, who seemed
deeply Interested In the movements oi
Quickly riogal passed out to watch the
movements of the Captain. Ho glanced
keetly up and down the cross street down
which Btarbright had turned, but that In
dividual waa nowhere to be seen.
"Confound ttl" mattered the young
hunter, "he seems to have given me the slip,
Clinton Btarbright is bke an eel, whea you
Ktyour finger on him be Isn't there. I
agtne I had him completely under the In
fill once of the drug, but It seems that the
cigar waa not as heavily charged at I
imagined. I waa foolish to permit him to
escape. I should, in Justice to ail con
cerned, have placed him under arrest
And yet toch a move might block tht
game entirely, and prevent the ends of
" No, I must permit the Captain full swing
for a Uttle longer. The face of Don Benito
has startled the Captain, and that certainly
means something. I might be able to guess
tho truth bad the queer old follow com
pleted the story be waa one telling. He
teemed sane enough then; be la at times,
aad but for an interruption I should have
known alL However, danger menaces Don
Benito and 1 must avert it if possible."
la the meantime the Captain turned
down the nearest alley, crossed a block, aad
thence passed down a narrow street to the
stable where be bad sheltered h s horses,
lie itemed to think that it would be time
lost in searching for Don Benito in the oity.
since he ordered his animals at once and
waa soon riding awtftly out of the city.
He was not loug in crossing the ten mil
stretch to Lone Hollow. Ho passed Into
the house, to his own room, without disturb.
Ing the inmates, seeming regardless ot the
fact that Mrs. Penroy hsd once ordered him
to depart from Lone Hollow and never to
return. As he paced tho floor he muttered
"The elements of danger thicken. Too
man I left for doad In California still lives,
although I believe him to be Insane. What
of that! He saved Lara Joyoe from my
band last night There's method la hla
tnadaess. He seems to recognize me, and
while he lives the dangor is doubled. He
must not live. I bave gone too far to turn
back now.- , ..-w n 1 -' '
"I have entered the race and must con
tinue to the end. .The end I What la it
destined to be! Success or failure! A bold
heart and strong hsnd wiU make It the
former. 1 possess both, if I do not permit
my nerves to be unstrung at the outset
V Mrs. Penroy threatens, too. Confound
the art. 1 will never trust a woman again,
nef-T TVV are all treacherous. That will.
The k as of that prodout paper baa doomed
me to Much trouble." -i... '
Da turned to a small cupboard and drew
fori a flask. He placed this to bis Ups
swtHi ere bespoke again. "Ah I that la tor
para ttuf , be anally sja-iulnvsd - "That
rives me strength, aad nerves me to the
work In hand."
Thrusting. the flask in an Inner pooket he
passed from the room and the house. He
Aid not go toward the road, but walked
around the mauslon and disappeared in-the
woods at the foot ot the hollow.
An old man stood on the verge of Hang
man's Gulch la . the.' twilight, tall and
Blonder, with long board and hair ot silver.
He presented a patriarchal appearance as
he stood leaning lightly on a staff of native .
wood, and gazed with eagle eye over the
scene. v .
"The Doge bus sent for me. There is to
be some reconciliation," muttorod the old
man. "I am glad ot that Iiawhimat
the tavern and he soonied gentle as a lamb
It is well. If the gcntlo uiuld was only
here I misht send a niosauo by bar."
He pauHCd. Tho sound of a step uttraotoa
his notice. Ha turned, lifted his stuff, but
was too lute to avoid the blow that fell witb
the swiftness of lightning. In a silent
heap the old nuin of tho gulch lay at tbc
roots of a tree. A stout club in tho hands
of one of the twins bad done tho work.
Strong arms lifted tho silent form and
bore it into tho thick woods.
A third perxon follow oil tho twin m they
entered tbo shadows of the wood. " 1 van nol
trust the rascala," muttored Captain Star-
bright, as he glidod swiftly after the twin
The two men, with their helpless burden,
paused at last beside a small pool some
nods In extent, the waters of which were
shadowed by a thick growth ot cedars. The
ground wss swampy about thu little lake,
and a solemn stillness seemed a part of the
i Aa the twins deposited their burden on
the ground near the edge of the water, the
third person passed quickly forward and
stood before them.
'.' Eh, Csp'n, you here! "
"I am," answered Captain Btarbright,
grimly. "I want no deception this time."
" Deception. Maybe you think"
" It doesn't matter. Let the past go," in
terrupted the Captain.
Then he bent and examined the clothing
of the murdered old man.
An eiaculatlon ot disappointment , fell
from his lips. Ho thought perhaps to find
valuable papers, and in this ho was sorely
disappointed. It might bo that he inougnt
tho missing will was on the person of the
dead. It was not howover, and benoe the
discomfiture of the wicked schomor.
One of tho twins wus working at some
thing near whtlo the Captain was making
this examination, lis now came Toward,
revealing in his hands a heavy stone about
which be bad attached a stout ouckskiu
"This will forovor hide tho work," mut
tered the brute, as he proceedod to attacn
the welchtto the body of his victim.
"You sre very thoughtful. Hunk," said
the Captain, at tho auine time moving into
the dense shadow wbore he could watch the
movements of the twins without being him
Presently m splosh aud gurgling sound
announced the work complete The man in
the shadows breathed easier as be saw the
form of Don Benito sink beneath the waters
of the forest pool. He had nothing to fear
from the madman of the gulch, nevertne
less be realized that he had placed himself
In a dangerous position by employing the
twins to commit a murder.
He was now to the power of these two
low villains. His only safety lay In placing a
wide distance between theCaberas'and him
self. The Cuptaln would never have vent
ured upon this lust tragic work but for the
exigencies or tbo ease. The socmen ap
pearanceof one be had supposed long since
dead quite unnerved blm. He had shown
bis hand nt the attempt to remove Lura
Joyce from hia path, and every step In
crime seemed by fate to necessitate an
other, so thai to-uight ha stood a branded
murderer In the eyes of at least three per
FUGACIOUS SCISSORS. .
Aa lastrumnat Which DUappMrs la tha
Stoat Mysterious Maiinw.
The apparently fujjaclous habits of scis
sors hsve been notioed since tha earliest
historic period, according to a writer la
Collier's Ouce a Wet It The disappear
with a celerity and secrecy wholly without
A parallel in the history ot lost'objecta. A
womaa is sewing and has a pair ot scissors
in her lap. Hha uses tbsm, say twioe, aad
each time drops them again In her lap. The
third time she wishes to ass uem sue ou
not Had them. Though aha searches net
lap, her dress, ber ohair and tba floor thor
oughly she can not And the slightest trace
ot the missing scissors, and thereafter they
are never again seen by mortal eyes. Oi
let as say that woman, In the Tory act ol
using a pair of soUsors, is called tram her
work. Bbe places the scissors carefully In
ber work-basket, goes out, locking the door
of the room after her, and returns In ten or
fifteen minntes to find her soissnrs gone.
What is mora remarkable about tha die
appearance of scissors Is that onoe baring
disappeared they are never again found.
Too may lose a-tack hsmuv or a oomb, but
sooner or later rou will flud the missing
article behind some piece of furniture, but
a pair of scissors once lit are lost forever.
That there Is something peculiar in the
disappearance of scissors is virtually ad
mitted by women when they sees: to pro-
vent the kiss ot sclsaors by meaaa of
charms For a ptcco of ribbon, which many
women attach to the handle of their scis
sors "to prevent them from being lost,"
must act aa a charm, or elsewlse It would
be valueless. How, in the name of science
and common sense, can tho mere fact that
four inches of blue ribbon are tied to tho
handle ot a pair of scissors keep Um
frembotngmlslaldi In point offset It doea
nothing of the kind, and In spite of the
woman's faith In the blue ribbon charm it
is absolutely useless. It, however, wa asv
aume thst the origin of this custom waa the
attaching ef a bit of witch-haiel to the
handle of a pair of scissors, we can under
stand It The woman of the middle agea
bad a vague belief that the disappearance
of scissors was dne to the witches, and
tberolorr culled In the aid of witcb-hasoL
The niudera woman, Ignorant of tha pe
culiar eftk-ucy of wltcb-tuiMl, fancies that
nny thing tied to a pitir of scissors will
keep tliem from being lost, and she prefers
ribbon to witch-iuuei because It la prettier
and more convenient, i.
L mennaie Women la a flower that ex
hales ber perfume only In the shade. -
Proverb Take tho first advice of a wom
an ; tinder no circumstances the second. -
Old Proverb A lady and ber maid acting
In accord will outwit a dosen devils. . ..
La Bru ye re Women are extremists; they
are either better or worse thaa men.
Lemoatey Of all heavy bodice, Urn hoar
iest Is the woman wa have passed to tovm
Commerson Women distrust men . too
much In general and not enough In per
Uculsr. 1 1 i t-1 ! .'. ..''
Muntaigno Thero b no torture thai a
woman would not suffer to enhance ber
beauty. .'- - v .- -
iMsao-Women are constantly the dupea
or the victims ot their extreme oeasiUve-
ness.' 't fT fkn 'nU'V-f
A. tfe Musset-A womaa forgives ovary
thiug but the fact Uiat yon do not eqvet bag,
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LaDow Dise Harrows, .
Lean Steel Harrows,
'., Flannet Jr, Cultivator,
Hiding and Spring Tooth Cultivators,
Pure Manila Binder Twine,
Chesapeake Guano Co's Fertilizers
Dissolved Bone Phosphate for wheat, corn and oata. Fertilizers
and Ammoniated Bone Super Phosphate for spring crops.
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x am wanKiui ior j'aanavorB ana wouja utn a conuuuBiice, mirm
examine my 6tock before purchasing elsewheie, as I intend to handle
none but the best of everything and at Drices that will defv compe
tition. Warehouse one door south
STEP THIS WAY
please, and examine the
I have just purchased for the
In order to hold the trade, goods must be selected for
the season and then sell, them before the season closes,
hence nothing is carried over. My stock is clean and kept
in a clean place and my patrons shall have the benefit' ot
clean prices. ' 1 ;. . . .
Pioneer Prepared Paints
Hised Heady es TSm.
If you are going to Daint, use
Prepared Faint. It is the Cheapest ana liest. it
is ready mixed, and any one can put it on. One
gallon will cover 250 square fee two coats.
It is made of Lead and Zinc, consequently
it is the best. It forms a good hard
glossy surface, which rain does
not affect before drying, and
will not crack or peel off.
If you want a Pure Mixed Paint, a paint guaranteed t.
give satisfaction, use Pioneer Prepared Pai.it.
FOR SALE BT
D. M. Hall, Brighton, O.,
Has on hand a full stock of -
NEW SPRUNG GOODS.
We .would call special attention to our new ttock of
Wall Paper, which is the largest and best assortment ever
offeped in lirighton arid at extreme low prices, licmcmber
we ; make.a , jspccialtyi of Boots and Shoes.' Our new
spring stock is in and no better goods was ever shown for
the money.' 1 We. keep a full stock of Dry Goods, Groceries!
Boots and Shoes, Wall Paper, Hardware, &c. , Call and.
examine.' :' ' "':' '' '
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litor ih'tuB HlliiumaMlM.Miw. If
at living prices.
Minneapolis, Minn., in bulk
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of T. Doland's Carriage Works.
Wellington, O. ,
T II. Xevin Co.'a Pioneer
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