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?.*> V?r*Ujre 13th judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm.
kttlAughlin. Lexington, Va.
County Judge.?lion. C. R. McDan
nald, Warm Springs, Va.
Circuit and County Clerk.?J: C. Ma?
theny, Monterey, Va.
Attorney for Commonwealth.?L. II.
Stephenson. Monterey, Va.
Sheriff.?E. M. arbogast Monterey.
Treasurer.?I. A. .lout's, Hightown.
Commissioner of Revenue.?W. P.
Sup't of Poor.?A. T. Stephenson.
Sup't of Schools.?O. P. Chew.
Hoard of Supervisor.?J. S. McNulty,
chairman, and H. II. Seybert aud Chas.
Presbyterian?Rev. Dr. Hamilton, pas?
M. K. Church?Rev. Gilmore, pastor.
U, li. Church?Rev. J, M. Holt, pas?
From Staunton to Monterey?Arrives
at Monterey at 7 p. m.; leaves at 5 a. n
Horseshoe Route?Leaves Mont rey
at 5 a. m., via Vanderpoel, on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays; leaves Mont*
at 5 a. m., via Strait Creek, on Mondays
Wednesdays and Fridays.
El'WO KT II l.KAOCE.
Monterey holds its devotional meet?
ings on Friday night of each week and
on the fourth Friday night of each
men th the business meetings are held.
By the request of many voters ]
aunonuce myself a candidate for
Supervisor for Monterey township
and respectfully request the sup?
port of my friends.
J. M. Tibet.
A Dairyman's Opinion.
There is nothing I have ever wed
for muscular rheumatism that gives
me as much relief as Chamberlain's
Pain Balm does. I have been using
it for about two years- four bottles
in all-as occasion require.!, and al?
ways keep a bottle of it in my homo,
I believe I know a good thing when
I get hold of it, and Pain Balm is
tho best liniment I have ever met
with. \V. B. Denny, dairyman,
New Lexinton,Ohio. 50 cent bottles
for sale by Don Sullenberger & Co
To the voters aud my fellow citi?
zens of the county of Highland:
Being thereto solicited by many
friends, 1 hereby v.nnounce myself
a candidate for re-election to the
office of Clerk of the County and
Circuit Courts of our county.
My record as your public servant
and as a citizen whereby rou can
judge of my fitness for the positi.
oa tor which I respectfully ask
your suffrages is before you.
Thanking you for past favors, I
am, Your obedient servant.
1 hereby announce myself a can?
didate for Supervisor for Monterey
district and promise if elected to
discharge the duties of the office to
the best of my ability.
Geo. G. Gutshall.
To The Voters of Highland
Countt: Deeming it my duty not
to disregard the wishes and earnest
solicitations of many of my friends
in different parts of the county, ],
after due consideration, hereby an?
nounce myself a candidate for the
office of Clerk of the Circuit and
County Courts of Highland coun?
ty, promising if it be your pleasure
to give rae this important office,
for a term, to perform the duties
ther-eof, to the best of my ability.
0. P. Chew.
Beingrequested by many voters
I hereby aunounce myself a candi?
date for Supervisor of Monterey
District and respectfully ask the
support of my friends, and if elect
ted will discharge my duty to thc
best of my ability.
John H. Samples.
.4 Popular Remedy.
The promptness and certainty ol
ats cures have made Chamberlain,!
Cough Remedy famous. It is in
tended especially for coughs, col ds
.croup and whooping cough, and ii
the most effectual remedy kncwi
for these diseases. Mr. C. B. Main
of Union City, Pa., says: "I have i
great sale of Chamberlain's Congi
Remedy. I warrant every botth
and have never hoard of one failing
to give entire satisfaction." 5(
cent bottles for sale by Don Sullen?
berger & Co., general merchants.
nipan* Tal ml ea banish pain.
Plenty of ruin this week.
DO feet of cravats at Bishop
Bros. at 25 ceutseach.
Rev. H. It. Smith, Pastor of the
Green Hill charge, was in town
Ladies' hats cheap at Bishop
Bros. this season.
Mr James Lough was up from
Franklin attending Court this week.
A large line of dress goods at
Bishop Bros. and prices are low.
Come to Bishop Bros. and see
what an elegant line of goods they
Died? At her home near Mead?
ow Dale April 20 Mrs Nancy Gu ni,
aged 79 years.
Heavy canton window curtain
goods at Bishop Bros., I63C, 25c and
35c per yard.
The President has appointed Gen
Fitz Lee a director of the Union
Don't fail to look at the gents'
fine straw hat at Bishop Bros. they
offer this season for (>5c.
Court was well attend and A con
siderable amount of business trans?
acted during the term.
Mrs. F. McNulty, of MeadowDale
was visiting her daughter, Mrs. E.
M. Arbogast, Tuesday.
Mr. John Jack and siste~, Miss
Martha, of Crabbottom, spent a
day in town this week.
Jones & Shumate Bros have
moved their sawmill to W. P. Rex
n de s farm on StraitCreek.
Mr. W. L. Taylor, jewler has re?
moved his shop and Postoffice from
Hightown to Monterey. Call and
The World's Fair opened Monday.
President Cleveland touching the
electric button which sent .all the
machinery iu motion.
Miss Sallie Jones, who spent the
winter here teaching in Prof. Co
law's school, "has returned to her
home at Franklin, YV. Va.
Bishop Bros. have their spring
stock of goods in their house and
it compri.-.es the most complete line
of goods yet shown in Monterey.
I?(r. E. r\ Burner who, won many
friends by his genial nature while
attending school here, has returned
to his home at Travelers Repos:.
Died?At the home of Robert
Rodgers, Nelson Rodgers, aged 85
years, after a lingering illness. He
leaves a host of friends to mourn
Photographer. J. \V. Beaver left
forGre^n Bink Thursday. He did
good work while here and we can
recommend him to the people he
now goes to serve.
Ladies come to Bishop Bros. and
get a new hat. They nave burned
the old frames left over from last
year. You will get nothing but
good styles from them.
We have a large number of un?
settled .accounts on our books which
we ask each and all persons to
come in and make settlement at
once. J. Trimble & Co.
Ou Monday, May 15th, the Board
of Supervisors will meet at the
Court House, Monterey Va. By
order of Chairman.
J. S. McNulty.
All persons indebted to us by
note or account are respectfully
asked to come in and pay us at
least a part of their indebted?
ness. All are advised to answer
this request. J. Trimble & Co.
I will preach at Straight Creek
church on next Sabbath at ll a,
m., and at Monterey at 7.30 p. m.
The public are earnestly invited tc
attend these services.
F.E. Hammond, P. C.
H. H. Seybert consenting thereto
it is hereby announced that his ser?
vices as Supervisor of Monterev
District for the ensuing term is de?
sired nnd that he will be supportec
for said office by many voters.
We have received a letter fron
Mr. G. P. Siron, a former resideni
of J/cDowel, but now located at
Deerfield. Va. Mr.S is manage]
for David B. Taylor, manufacture]
and dealer in tinw?are, stoves,etc.
The Turk lands, lying in thi:
county, and advertised in the Re
, i corder, were sold April 29. Thi
i j lands lying above McDowel to Dr
i W. R. Siron at $22 per acre, and th
;! Middle mountain land toSm'l Turi
r' at $2.25 per acre.
A Pointer for Travelers.
While Mr. T. J. Richey, of Alon
IB*rtrSHP ?>" *rS*ll I lltrM.???Sllrf ll ? IIH'MIII Ml'I
Mu., was traveling in Kansas he
was taken violently iii with ch.nen;
raorbus. He called at a drug store
to get some medicine and the drug?
gist recommended Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem?
edy so highly he concluded to try it
The result was immediate relief,
and a few doses cured him complte
ly. It is made for bowel complaint
aud nothing else. It never fails.
For sale by Don Sullenberger & Co.
George A. Nicholas, thc an?
nouncement of whose death appear?
ed in the issue of the Highland
Recorder of the 7th inst., was
born July 2, 1S57, and died at his
home in Craboottom April 1, 1893.
Mr. Nicholas was converted and
became a member ot* the M. E.
church South in June. 1880, and
was a useful and consistent mem?
ber till his death. He had been
confined to his room all winter with
Bright's disease, sometimes better,
sometimes worse, until a few days
before his death he contracted pneu?
monia, from which he suffered most
intensely till his spirit took its
flight to the God who gave it. He
bore his affliction with Christian
fortitude?nevei once complaining
but often saying, "Thy will, 0 Lor.!
be done." He frequently read and
had read and .sung to him that ex?
cellent hymn. No. 582, Revised
Hymn Book of the M. E. Church,
My God, my Father, while I stray,
Far from my 'ionic on life's rough way,
0 teach me from my heart to say,
"1 hy will bo done, thy will be done."
While on his death-bed he said
that he was ready and willing to
die; that he would spend his Easter
in heaven. He called to lis bed?
side his wife and children and oth?
er relatives and friends, and en?
treated them to be Christians and
meet him in heaven, A short while
before thc end came he requested
those at his bedside to sing uThe
Beautiful land;" but as they could
not sing for sorrow, he alone sang
a small portion of the hymn.
Mr. IN. was a kind-hearted, whole
souled man. As a neighbor, he
was kind and obliging: ai a hus?
band, he was ever fond, gentle and
attentive. He is sadly missed. The
church has lost; the vacancy seems
hard to till; for a'ihongh he often
has! to sacrifice to do so, he attend?
ed all the means of grace, attend'-d
punctually to his duties as steward.
which office in the church he had
tilled efficiently for several years
till his death. All things seemed
to be planned in his domestic rela?
tions so as not to interfere with of?
fered means of grace. But his fain ?
ily have had a loss; sorely a sad
one, for to him did they look for
BUiP*"*** ft?|d defense. He leaves a
wife and thrift Utile children, be?
sides many other near i?H. arrow?
ing relatives, But may they uZ
consoled in believing tnat their loss
is h.s eternal gain, and that though
he cannot come to them they ni iv
go to him. May the God of all
consolation comfort these bereft
hearts; and may they, with us all,
cherish his memory, emulate his
virtue, and strive to follow his ex?
ample in all that was good. We
commit the widow and little chil?
dren to Bim who is aide to be a
husband unto the widow and a fath?
er unto the fatherless; who "feed
eth the young ravens when they
cry," and who is able "to help unto
the uttermost all them that call
We buried his body in the family
burying-groundon Easter Sunday.
His pastor, Rev. C. VV. Mark, con?
ducted the service. Many were
the sad friends that followed his
body to its last resting-place; and
we who have worshipped and com?
muned together with him in church
and have walked ami dealt with him
as a neighbor, feel sadly bereft.
Green Bank, W. Va., April 21.
After our warm spell we are hav?
ing a correspondingly cold snap.
Mrs. Jacob Arbogast, who has
been so ill, is better, but not out of
Mrs. Rock's sale took place today
and she will move to Dunmore and
Miss Algianora Arbogast, of
Webster, is visiting relatives here.
Early Arbogast and Miss Minnie
Grimes will be married next week.
Mr. Amos Gillespie, of Gillespie,
who is prospecting for tlie office of
county superintendent of schools,
is here today. Bex.
Headwaters, Va., April 24.?
Another severe freeze; much fear
is entertained in regard to the fruit
crop. Farmers are busy preparing
to plant corn as soon as the ground
D. T. Michael, with a full force
of hands, took a walk over our road.*
Judging from appearances one
would think our villa on a boom.
Mrs. G. N. Wilson is much bet?
ter, we are glad to say.
Quite a crowd of people gathered
at the school-house to hear Rev
Good, who failed to put in his ap
Mrs. J. W. Jones, we aie sorn
to learn, is not much better.
Miss Cora Reynold's and friem
took a flying trip to McDowell ow
day last week.
?I Dr. McCray is rapidly improving
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u.Vi-iCic; ti. .
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*\ ui-s, wa.pen-.crs,
sfe^\7 \^V^\/ Grocers and Everybody.
.W/OTK FiOA1 CATAl.OC.VE.
Inter Nos Manufacturing Company,
G09 TO 613 WEST FRONT STREET.
under the skilful treatment of Dr.
D. J. Jones.
Geo. Vint has recently moved op
Cant. S. J. Reynolds1 farm on tin
Mr. Jos. Shelter, the blacksmith
has left our midst and is now loca?
ted at Enterprise ready for bnsi
Pile record again broken?Jno.
T. Armstrong reports having in?
creased the weight of a lot of cat?
tle on an average of o pounds dai?
ly. Any one showing a better rec?
ord let come to the front.
Tlie forest fire swept orer a large
scope of country doing considerabh
Messrs. A, Rexrode nnd W. 8.
Reynolds have formed a joint com?
pany for the purpose of operating
an extensive corn-crushing ma?
chine. We have not yet learner1
what kind of power will be used in
operating the plant. Success tc
this new enterprise,
Wsf?Jll* Ainu tnferermfrom youth
e\ t_ ?IIV IV 11/JI (ul error*, loss o
manly viiror. Varicocele.ete. Prof. Dumont;
Nerve Pills will effect ft speedy cure by its usc
thousands of cases of the very worst kin.'
and of long standing have been restored t
pcrfect'health. 15,000 testimonials from a!
over thc world. Pries rex package $1.00
six for $o.OO, trial pacl<af*c sent securely sea
ed for 10 cents postage.
Address, Tlr*. P.. DuMont,
98 5, Ha's tod st., Ch; .tko. ills-. U. S A
"TO j T.TT'p'i'n Wilie awake workers ev
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-enls are * JSuX0|j5 ajjSSS wild will
success. Tho?. \j. Martin, Dentreville.
Texas, cleared $711 iii 9 dav**; Mis-; Ko*
*?,r?of the WORLD
ates! Rev. si. Howard Madison, Lyons. N
V., $101 in T hours; a bonanza; magnifi?
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NEW HIGH ARM
Sews either chain or lock stitch
The lightest-running, most darabli
and most popular machine in thi
world. Send for catalogue. Bes
goods. Best terms. Agents want
WHEELER & WILSON MFG. CO
dec 23-1 yr.
JOHN W. MYKIIS,
Resumes the practice of his professioi
in Highland and adjoining .counties
Office?Spruce St., opposite Preshyteria
church. oct 140m
Sl'I.I.IJi B. 8IE
CHAS. P. JON BS.
TONES & SIEG,
A1TORNEYS-A T-LA W,
Will practice In all the courts of Highland
/??"?Mr Jones will continue to practice!
the CIRCUIT COURTS of Pendleton and P.
canontas counties, \V. Va. au29.
JOHN W. STEPHENSON,
At: juxey at Law,
Warr '.Springs, Va.
?r Bath and Hij
?:? 7 i .allon coun
ONE DOOK WEST OF J. TRIMBLE & (lO.'S.
J. H. HIDY, Proprietor.
Just opened and ready to serve perman<
and transient visitors.
?spO-Table furnished with the best the nr
ket affords. TW
Respectfully invite thc patronage o
ublic. jun! 3-1
UH LATEST, CHEAPEST
Universally conceded to bs
the bett and only Digger that
works to perfection in the soft*
est of sand and the toughest ot
clay, and unequalled by all
others to work in any kind ot
?oil, as the blades are so
arranged and made of spring
steel, thus allowing them fd
expand and contract when ".li?
ing and emptying same.
The handle is so arranged
that it can be lengthened to
any desired length by adding
pipe to it in sections, to that
any desired depth can bo
reached with these Diggers,
It is light, strong, durable
and simple (nothing compli?
cated about it), and does twice
the work in tess time than any
other Digger made.
Ask your dealer for it, or address
CYCLONE DIGGER CO.,
ST. LOUIS MO.
ItCEHTRSL CYGLE MF8. C0.I?
Will Positively Arrest COIMMPTlCh
?if need in lisna?
HIiriMiiulIsm, BroncilltU. hi..I
other Ltinfr DlttMM
Itteeoraposodof t hop tm .st Korotttsn Cod-1 Ivor
Oil, combined with lbs llj'|.'.|.li..t.|>iillssi of Mm**
and Soda, nnd ls frs-.'ly proscrlb'sl ls>" the M<<J:. al
Faculty throughout this Country and in Rumps.
Fr*'. O. li. Wood, University Pennaylr.uh, says:-'r. d
Liver nil far ejc.wd. ?ll other rtnieJies m the fcstrvci.t ?t
Pror". Churchill, of Parla, sass: ?"When u>cd In time, overs
patient ns; be cured of Pulmonary Consumption try Ike ess
Ur. tl. II. Ilu4n.ll. or Virgin!*. .?.?:-??' (Inri '".Rim'. r?i:l
lion putlcrilirlj adrn-wl to d'-li-jatc eh!l lr- n. vid ir. On
sam;.t .rn uud Chronic Bronchitis lt seems t* ks tho gr.st
Dr. S. C. Qles.Tr., Ki President Virginia Medle.l Associt
thu, hts:?"Ibo lose Camm', k'mulsioa ia thu hoot preprl
ratlou known for pulnionarv discs..."
Dr. O. P. Mnsoo. sV.-st'Virrjluli. sass:?"With ehlldrcn.
Camm'. Rmulslon ls thc best prrp.ratl.iu I hmo .Ter used."
Dr. P. P. Bibby. Pontntoc. Viss., lay*:?"Caw.*'. Kniuls:.:
ls the best combination for Cor...uni|rtrun ?ith which I itu
Dr. I. ll. Britton, YorkTlllc. 8. C., sits:?"Decided snd
?ttlsfaot rry re-ulta toual follow the us- of ("amma Kn.ul.ion."
Uer. H. H. Hawes, of KarruTllIe. V.., safe?"I ItTtsI ..n
Ctoaro's Emulsion for three months, and .in inmost prepared
to say lowe a.y life P. lt."
Mr.. J. I". Dabnry. I ynshhurj. Vt., ms/k?''Until I triel
Camm'. Emulsion. I '..iel to rind any preparation of Cats
Um Oil my stomach, would retain, taken lu Ute smallest
The .bore are a few of the hundred, of testimonials wehss.
of the .uixriority of Canina'. Emulsion over all sruilsr prep..
ration, .old. It ia manufacture*, of the best material, .ul
with .re.' rare, and ls uniTers.il/ popular wherever known.
For .ale by Drugfista eserywh.r..
Camm's EmuUlon retails at Oue Dollar.
E. A. CRAIG II I LL <fc CO.,
Wholesale PruKsists. Mauufat'tiirt'rs ami Propra,
P. O. Lock Druvvt-r Uti. Lvnchbum, Va. ?
Every buggy sold by agents lias several
tallara added 'to the manufacturer's price.
Ve aro manufacturers, Slid have nc
/ .-ents. For twenty years have dealt viii
ie consumer. We ship anywhere, v-illi
rivilegc of examining before buying. W?
->.y freight charges both ways, if not sat
.factory. Warrant everything for twe
?Mrs. Anyone who cai write ca*1 orders
?uggy or harness from us as wil as na*.
rom $10 to $50 for some middle man tc
order it for them. We give no credit, auc
have one price only. Why do ycu pa)
two profits on your carriages andnarnessi
Why do you pay some oue $10 to $50 foi
ordering these things, when you cami,
it and save thia money? You mn no risk
We let you see the goods before y?u ac
cept them. We pay all tl ic freight if wc
fail to suit. Over twenty years ago wi
commenced to sell in tlii.-s way, and wouh
not be in business now if we had no
suited. G-l page catalogue free. Addres
mm CARBIAQS & BAS1M MTG CC
Happy and content is a home with "Tht> Ro
chester," a lamp with the light of the morning
Catalogues, write Roshesterl .ampCo.,New Yorl
r II. STEPHENSON,
Attorney at Law,
Practice" in the courts of Hi-'hlonn n
Hath counties Ya., and Pocahontas COW
Seeing ls Believing."
And a good lamp
must be simple j when it is not simple it is
not good. Simple, Beautiful, Good?these
words mean much, but to see " The Rochester "
will impress the truth more forcibly. All metal,
tough and seamless, and made in three pieces only,
it is absolutely safe and unbreakable. Like Aladdin's
of old, it is indeed a "wonderful lamp," for its mar?
velous light is purer and brighter than gas light,
softer than electric light and more cheerful than either.
Looie for this stamp*?Tua Rochester. If the lampdealer hasn't the (rennin**
Rochester, and the style you want, send to us for our new illustrated catalogue,
and we will send you a lamp safely by express?your choice of over 2,000
varieties from the Largest Lamp Store in the World.
.ROCHESTER LAUP CO., 42 Park Place, New York City.
La Porte Carriage Cb. uporte.ind
ON 80 OATS T1M&
E. M. HARMAN,
JOHN T. HAhMAN
DEALERS IN FINE WHISKIES.
(Opposite Virginia Hotel)
" '4a* .. *?..? V'
C. (J.D. LIQUOR HOUSE.
Try our celebrated Rockbridge County Va., Whiskey, two years oH
only $2.00 per gallon. Wai ranted pure and straight.
Auburn ( Maryland Rye) Whiskey, 8 years old. S-2.Z0 per gallon.
Virginia Apple Brnndj.?'2.< 0 aud $2X0 j <r gallon.
\ Old Monticello, Gray nnd Wilson whit-kits, (8.00 per gallon.
We earry n larger i-i^k old Liquors than any boure in Virginia, nnd
make the Jug imd Keg trade a specialty. Bena us your orders. We
arantee to pleoe Oct. oO?ly .
? A MAGNIFICENT COMBINATION FOR THE PEOPLE!
A P6"l ULAR LIKE OF THE LATE SI SPRING ATTRACTIONS, ."*"
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DRY GOODS, GROCERIES CLOTHING
liOOT8,SHOKS, HATS, CAPS, HJKNI?H11NG GOODS,
All Hie LATEST and NICEST styles of Hie season. HONEST GOODS that ros
Hie WOKTH and HONEST Ml-HIT.
itu. i ?>
lnr. lAiKESl YOI HAVE EVER KNOWN!
\\ e L-uaraiiUe prolil and pleas.ire lo every customer. Profit . beCMM our prk es w ill
piove a positive saving to Hie Inver. I-lisme becitiM our goods tamiotjail to
please in quality and style.
It in; impossible .to moke a mistake in your Spring buying if you select
from the great Fair Priced stock of
1 West Frederick fit,
fe Keei Th Ball lin
Besr Line Of $6 $810 12 & 15
For" Fall And Winter Wear inutile Valley.
TIIFIFTY MEN, ECONOMICAL MEN,
THINKING MEN, SENSIBLE MEN
Thse Suits are just the thing for you. They are made for ? durability
as well as for looks, for the body as well rs for the eye
No matter how your taste may incline,
ARE SURE TO BE SUITED
We are displaying SUITS of every description. Sacks in doub 1
breasted, straight cuts, and round cuts; one, three and four but on Cu
aways, Ulsters, Storm Coats,'and Full Dress Overcoats, Boots, Shoes
Hatf, and a full line of
>n nnninnniiTfi fi
The goods are made up by the best manufacturers. Need we urge
you to come and look at our goods?
JOS. L. BARTH & CO.,
WO. 9 SOUTH ATJ&TJSTiL'ST.,
L&1H ART Jlii?LJl.JMI$LiliE
Un 1 rani Hanns** nswe.saU tWMsssnRmMtVr *o years. Sq. //? Road st'ftJW.
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and frvTrsTCRi raanufarturem in /.nHsiicaasslJIng
i'ru'jic*! and Harness thu way. fc..r'i> saith pn.
' bog.! to estamine belora any n.on?y ia paid. We
payfrtigM 6o(A leay* if not rV.tu>fixtoi7. War?
rant for two yan*"*. Way pay an Agent td"to$J0
to orrtor t^r youT Writs* your own .irdor. Boxing
trio. We take all the ri,\ ol damage in clapping.
Sprlnu V/a*jon*s, 83.5 to S 30. Guaranty[aarae
, , as -sell for Sw) to $& .surrey*., S70 to ? MM), sa-ne
., H aa sell for jinn to $1"<>. Tcp Bujjgica r.t 842, fine aa
^..sold at 876 t-liiietauaat fe*7.-j to al KM). Waconcttcs,
aV/. Al lUnnnn &4Q itt?lk Wagons, Delivery Wasonsuud Koad Carts,
So. 41. Wagon. W. QuR HARNESS ^m?
are all .Vo. / Oak-tanned leather.
Sin*!**. 88 to ?eO* Double Hu?y. ?18
to S3.1. Kiding Saddle* and Fly Ns*tn.
a per cent, off for cash with order. 64-page liliM
Crated OataJ.rgae free. Address
W.B.PRATT, Sec'y, ELKHART.IND,