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Helwc. 1 Kull*. In cffect Nov. 15th. 188B: Leave tor Cblong and tbe Rust IS: 10 p. 7.40 p. N Arrive from I thus take time to inform the people of Redwood Falls and vicin ity that I have added to my stock •of Boots and Shoes a fine and well selected line of Gloves and Mittens. I can save you money on these goods, bought at prices that are .away down, and sold on my usual jp'lan of quick sales and small profits. Call and examine them. It costs nothing to show goods, and we can please you. Yours, truly, Progress on the village test well is necessarily slow, and the contractors -are not likely to get rich out of it. They are down over 100 feet, and the issue is not hopeful. The ware alxuit blight in wheat has irabsided, and the prospect now is that we will have as large or larger crops of wheat in this vicinity as last year, .and immensely better crops of oats ,and other produce. The Redwood Falls nine went to Sleepy Eye yesterday for a return game, and after a doubtful battle were defeated—5 to 6. Sleepy Eye was re-enforced with two strong player— •Geary and Welcome—and as this is their first defeat this summer, our juniors are not kicking or feeling very bad over it. OUR PLATFORM. The Best Goods only, at the lowest living prices. Courteous Treatment for all. The Highest Market Price paid for Country Produce. All Goods Delivered, to customers in the village. Redwood Gazette, THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1890. Chicago & iorth-Western K*i war »:&> A. K 7:00 PM. J. H. UtWllMR, A (cent. Redwood Falls, Minn. SianMpolia Jk St. Louis Railway. Time i«f arrival and departure of mail and trains from Redwood, in effect April ?l*t. 1890: Yasscnger train iroing east leaves at 11:43 A• do do do wwt do 1 :R3 P Accommodation do east do 4:20 A. do do west do 5:05 P. G. H. CARUKOM, Agent. Special IJotice! GEORGE, The Shoe lu. HARVEST GLOYES in all Jrtdtt. OF LOCAL INTERE8T. The sale of a quarter of section 10, in Sheridan, from Bowers sand Rob inson to W. H. Boevers, for $1390, was recorded this week. Case and Peterson have removed the unsightly steps in front of their market, and are down to grado at last, much to their satisfaction. We regret to hear that Lenard Pry or is somewhat dangerously sick. He went into the harvest field a little too •energetically after coming home from school. Prof. Muntz, the well known piano tuner, died of heart disease at his home in Winona, last Saturday. He was in his accustomed health only the (day before his death. One farmer who tried smoking seed kcorn as a protection against gophers .last spring, reports in an exchange that the corn smoked along with the jhams in his smokehouse came up every hill and was untouched by ver min, while other corn alongskle, un smeked, was literally ruined by field pests. So simple a remedy is worth frying. As will be seen by Agent Caswell's •card elsewhere, coal has tumbled from last years prices at this time, half a 4aUar or more. Caswell didn't have time to explain whether the fall is the result of the McKinley bill or of the alliance resolutions denouncing monopolies and trusts. It m«»n« quite ,a saving in the aggregate in the cost of our winter's fuel. The McGibeny family met with an •euthusiastic reception Monday night in spite of the intense heat. There waa scarcely a number on their long pro gram that was not encored. Hie or chestral performances pleased lovers of music, and the singing and antics of the smaller juveniles delighted all alike. If the company comes this way again, they will undoubtedly be met with a larger crowd eren than that which thronged to hear them Monday evening. A class of fifty Chatauquans gradu ated at Waseca last Thursday, Red wood Falls being represtened by the largest number from any single local circle. The graduates from this place were J. H. Bowers and wife, and Mesdames W. P. Dunnington, Flinn and Robinson. All but Mr. and Mrs. Bowers returned home last Saturday and the Monday following. The grad uating class decided to have a foun tain em-ted oil the Waseca grounds 4# a class memorial. A paper recently started at Julian, Idaho, has for its motto: "Grasp for all in sight and rustle for more." Louis Gerstman, of Morgan, broke his arm at New Ulm while trying to catch a train. The Review says that he fell off a wagon. Morgan lands don't go begging now. William Hardi, of Brown couu ty, paid 12,000 for a quarter of sec tion 14 in that town recently. In New Ulm last Thursday after noon, Johnnie Lang, aged 14 years, son of widow Lang, was killed by being smothered in bran in the city roller mill, where he was employed. There is some talk ot organizing a lynching party and scouring the woods for the man who started the re port that this was to be a "cold, wet summer." The indignant public is on ly waiting for a cool day to do the job. Eighty cents was the price quoted for No. 1 wheat yesterday—a gratify ing figure to the farmers, and one which may not suffer any great decline this fall, in view of the crop reports all over the country. The price is more than ten cents above last year's at this time. Mr. Buechner is not anxious to tackle another job of removing a big grocery stock, for several years at least. Nevertheless, he was able to perspiringly order a big advertisement for this number of the GAZZETTE, im mediately after making his change of base to that handsome new store. Commenting on the death of Mrs. Swan Nelson, a lady of about 55 years of age, by a fall from a load of hay, the New Ulm Review very properly says that the field is no place for wo men of any age, let alone for those who have reached the fifties. Such work should be left to men alone. Orlando Gray has sold lands aggre gating $5,600 in purchase price since May 12th, to four different purchasers, and written up 115 applications for hail insurance in the State Alliance company, in the same time, besides booking after his farm in Three Lakes. Pretty lively two months work that. Herman Stern, a fanner living on section 36, in Willow Lake, had his barn and considerable personal pro perty dostroved by fire a few days a go. S. O. Mason went down there and adjusted the insurance loss to the satisfaction of Mr. Stern, who is glad enough now that Oscar induced him, after much persuasion, to have the risk written up. August Duscher, of this place, was overcome with sunstroke yesterday afternoon, about 5 o'clock, and died in less than two hours afterwards. He was at work in the harvest field for W. C. Cook, in Kintine. Dr. Flkm was sent for, but was met on his way a few miles out of town and informed that Mr. Duscher was dead. The de ceased leaves quite a large family, in dependent circumstances. Editor Leroy Stegner, of the Mor ton Enterprise, is making a canvass for the nomination of superintendent of schools in Reveille county. He is said to be well qualified educationally, and many of his friends here would be pleased to hear of his success. Ex-ed itor Dowling, of Reveille, is Mr. Steg ner's chief competitor, and it will be no discredit to either if he fails to win against a foeman worthy of his steel"—pen. J. B. Robinson has recently pur chased of Mrs. J. H. C. Flynn all of her lots east of Mrs. Chollar's, being the remainder of the block. This giv es him one of the finest residence sites in the town, and his attention is to be gin this summer the erection of a res idence for his own occupancy. To bet ter enable him to supervise his im provements, Mrs. Chollar will surrend er her house to Mr. Robinson and fam ily in the course of a few weeks, when she removes to Owatooo* to take up her residence for the winter. "Cool breezes are blowing across the prairies of Redwood county be the GAZETT*, of Redwood Falls, and the Leader, of Lamberton," says the Springfield Advance. Well, what of it? With the mercury at its present altitude, it would be downright cruel ly to their readers to raise any other kind of bteem. Shouldn't wonder if the GAZETTE and Leader were only sparring for wind anyhow, and it is gratifying to learn that they haye raised it, and raised it cool in a hot and uneventful period. The Freborn County Standard says: "The foreclosure proceeding of the principal bondholders against the M. & St. L. railroad are likely soon to be ended and the case settled. In brief, the action is as follows: Henry Seibert put $3,000,000 into the rolling stock and property of he St. Louis road and received a mortgage for this amount. He claims a first fien upon the insol vent railroad, because it would be in efficient without the property upon which he has his mortgage It is inti mated that all conflicting interests will be satisfactorily adjusted and that the Rock Island will secure and assume full control of the road, and operate it in better shape than ever, as a part of its system." PERSONAL MENTION. Editor WThitney was over last week. F. A. Gray was over from Fairfax last Sunday. Mrs.W. L. Abbott and son Will went to Eau Claire last Saturday, for a visit with relatives. L. W. Calkins, of Colfax, stopped over here Tuesday to see his nephew, W. J. Tyler. Judge French expects to start for the National G. A. R. encampment at Boston some time next week. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Race went to the Chautauqua encampment at Waseca last Monday, intending to return to morrow. Mr. R. J. Tyler, who went to Iro quois, S. Dakota, for his household last week, is expected back in a few days, and will occupy Mr. Pease's residence formerly occupied by Station Agent Tyler. C. J. Greenfield, an old neighbor of Gilbert McKay, paid him a visit last Thursday. He removed from Dakota county to northwestern Arkansas a few years ago, and likes the latter country quite enthusiastically. Miss Lottie Schmahl was again call ed to Sleepy Eye last Thursday, by an urgent appeal for help in the Dis patch office. Her place in the GAZ ZETTE office was temporarily supplied by Mr. W. J. Tyler, a young typo re cently arrived from Iroquois, S. D. J. R. Lankerd has become a citi zen of Redwood county in fact as well as interest, and has rented the Holm es house in the village for the pres ent occupancy of his family. Mr. Laakerd owns three quarter-sections in the town of Sheridan and intends to live upon and cultivate one of them next season. He starts a plow this week. A camping party of Redwood young people go out to-morrow to Rock Valley, on the Minnesota above Belview, and spend about a week. Mrs. O. L. Dorn berg will chaperone the young ladies o' the party, viz: Misses Zelma and Mattie Brigham, Lizzie Bissell, Fan nie and Marion Everett, and Lottie Schmahl. Messrs. C. C. Chollar, Chas. ing gravel preparing to build an ad Everett, Hunter Hays, Stanley Bissell, and R. A. Turrell are included among among the male members of the par ty, and O. L. Dornburg and DeWitt Martin will probably join them dur the week. Amos J. Hiatt. DIED:—July 22d, 1890, at his home in Paxton township, Aiaos J. Hiatt, aged sixty years and six months. Mr. Hiatt was born in Clinton coun iy, Ohio removed from that state to .Minnesota in 1879, settling at Howard Lake, from which place the family re moved to Redwood county two years ago. His death resulted from a cancer. The funeral occured on the 23d, from Mrs. Hiatt and familj trice this oc casion to return thanks to friends for many acts of kindness and sympathy associated with their great bereave ment. Rise la Kadwood County Bwl BMrtt. Auditor Tibbetts has recently been advised by Land Agent Burchard, of Marshall, that the W. & St. P. R. R. Co. hjas decided to raise the price of lands of that company in this and ad joining counties. The prices of the various tracts of these lands in the western part will therefore be re-es tablished all around, and on a basis of increase of about 25 per cent. This is what the GAZETTE has been pre dicting for all wild lands left in the country. There is a quantity of rela tively cheap land in the county still, but it will never be again offered at the low prices that have prevailed the past tan years. Mankato Review: When the cy« clones and tornadoes first made thai# mark upon public attention, it was the misfortune that one or two occured in Southern Minnesota, and the twin city press were disposed to treat them as parculiarly adapted to our locality. But time has refuted this idea, and it is now demonstrated that the sacred soil of the twin cities has twice in less than a week been invaded with fright ful loss of life and property." We sym pathize with the unfortunate, and on ly point to the fact to show that no lo^ cality is exempt from the destructive visitations. The hills and mountains of Pennsylvania, the timbered dis tricts of New York and New England, the pine belte of the South and the broad prairies of Iowa and Kansas can all bear testimony to the fact that they hare i» Joeal habitation!' i MQRGAN. Harvesting has begun and the song of the binder is heard in the land. The wheat crop, though poorer than last year, is far better than nothing. Fife wheat seems to have suffered mast from blight. Corn is a good stand in most places and look very promising. Henry Welder has moved his house from Vernon Ave. to higher grounds near the school house. Rev. Palmer preached his farewell sermon in the Presbyterian church at the place last Sunday, and leaves for other parts this week. Schoolma'ams and book agents are beginning to canvass the country, so school-officers had better be on the alert or they may have to quit work in a very busy hour to measure tongues with them. SANBORN. The storm of last week stired tip things lively at Sanborn, and was the nearest a cyclone that ever struck our village. It picked up a large grain ware house, 24x60, belonging to L. C. Porter, on a foundation four feet high, and let the building down 40 feet a way and left it in good shape. Besides that a few panes of glass were broken in some of the business houses, and some of the town folks enjoyed a short visit to their cellars. We don't blame them, either. The last few hot days with yester days wind has injured the grain and cooked it all ripe at once, and makes double work and less pay. Farmers are doing all they can to save their crops, with good weather this week will bind up the most of the grain. The flax crop is good and a large acreage. PKWEIB. NORTH REDWOOD. A terrible wind prevaled yesterday. Harvest is at hand and men are scarce. Miss Stella Garner returned homo after a short sojourn at N. Redwood. The Morning freight killed three calves belonging to Jno. Arnett. Mrs. Swan is away on a visit to old friends at Brownton, Minn. Send in your ort'e s for fresh fish to F. Curtis at Laird & Norton's Lum ber yard. Renville station had quite a game of Ball a few days ago with the "Silver Stockings,"of Glencoe. The score was 9 to 2 in favor of Renville, amount re- the Christian church, Rev. E. A. Maj- ceived $125 all told, We also under ors, of Morton, officiating. Besides his neighbors and friends here, a num ber of friends and relatives from How ard Lake were present. Of his seven living children, four were present in the last moments of the deceased, three married daughters being una ble to be here, Mr. Hiatt was a mem ber of the society of Friends, and lived a life consistent with his faith. He was married in 1853 to Martha Hollings worth, who survives him. stand that Renville and Montevideo are getting up a game. Purse 100. CLAT-Pm, Coal. We are prepared to sell coal for July, August or September delivery at the following prices, delivered: Lehigh Egg stove or nut $8. 65 Lackawana 8.40 These prices are for coal delivered in your bins. If coal has to be carried In baskets, twenty or twenty-five cents will be added to these prices. Remember you can have coal deliv ered in July, August or September at your own option. If you wish to take advantage of these prices, leave your order at once with W. R. CASWELL. The Young people's Christian En deavor, of the Christian church, will hold their regular monthly consecra tion meeting next Sunday evening, Aug 3d, at 6:45 o'clock, in the Christ ian church. Topic: "Our Love to Christ," John 14,1-24. All young peo ple are cordially invited. Hv P. BUBOHNBR'S Syndicate Block Grocery & AT HOME In our NEW BRICK STORE, opposite F. W. Philbrick's. Public Reception every business day and evening, to which all are invited, especially those who appreciate Choice Goods. The Pacific Elevator Co. are haul- dition to their elevator at this place. The cheese factory is still running in full blast, keeping the cheese mak er busy early and late. J. A. Cumming was seen on our streets yesterday. John is a rustler in the machine business and is kept busjf- MABY E. CITIFFELL, Sec'y. Meeting of the Y. P. S. C. E. at the M. E. church Monday evening, Aug* 4th, at 8 o'clock. Topic: "The Prodi gal Son." Leader, Gertrude Rowall, All young people cordially invited. JSNHU E. Wnmu, Sec'y. Horse for M«, Good driving or work horse for sale on reasonable terms. Apply to LECH NEB & AonUNN. Rtrajred. Taken up cm my farm on the N. E* J, Sec. 11, town of Sheridan 3 sheep two ewes and one lamb. Owner can have property by proving the same and paying all costs. HERMAN GLUM, tow lhtea East. An excellent opportunity for a trip east will be afforded by the G. A. R. Encampment at Boston^ August 10th to 16th, as for that occasion tickets to Boston and return, will be sold at very low rates. Tickets and full informa tion can be obtained of ticket agents Chicago & Northwestern Railway. Nobody Hurt. En. GAZETTE:—The article in the Leader of the 25th inst., regarding the county printing, was written by my foreman, George E. Lance, without my advice, knowledge or consent, I being at St. Paul from Tuesday until this date. I regret its publication very much, and hereby make full retraction I of same, and ample apology to all to whom it was directed. W. D. SMITH, Editor Leader. In explanation of the above it needs I to be told that the Leader article in question complained, of not getting copy for the county board proceed ings in time Fdr publication, and charged that a /'certain county of ficial" was responsible. The facts are that Auditor Tibbetts handed the writer the copy in question on Tues day, requesting that a proof slip of the same be sent to the Leader editor, the day following. This was done, to our personal knowledge, the letter being mailed here in ample time for the noon train. In some way one of Uncle Sam's hired men slipped a cog, as it appears, so that the proof did not arrive at Lamberton until the following day. The county printer contracted to furnish copy for all county advertising to both the Reveille and Leader, and Auditor Tibbetts or any other "court house official," does not have to furnish anything but the official copy for such publi cations. If any fault exists it is ours, and we have used at least ordinary diligence to send these proofs as ear ly as possible. That is all there is to it. The Dune Ewrjrvhm. If any (me will take the files of the News for the last twelve years, he will discover in the advertisements that in our little citj of LeSueur there have been no less than forty firms in busi nees, which are not in existence to day. Not that LeSueur is not a good business town, for in wholesale quar ters ours is considered one of the thriftiest towns in the state, but it is the same story everywhere.—LeSueur News. The same is true of Fairmont. A business directory of the town gotten up twelve years ago, shows that not over two or three of twenty or thirty firms doing business here at that time are in existence to-day. There are a good many failures among the agri cultural classes, but in proportion to their numbers there are three to one among those who engage in business in town and city.—Fairmont Sentinel And the same is true of Hutchinson. The impressson prevails that the busi ness men of the village are making huge profits. It is a mistake. Business is now done on a small margin. There are scores of fanners within a radius ten miles of Hutchinson who could buy and sell the "richest" merchant in town.—Hutchinson Leader. A full attendance of Enterprise En campment No. 35, is requested at next regular meeting, Aug. 5th. Installa tion of officers and other business of importance is to come before the en campment. By order of the Chief Patriarch, LEVI TKPESDELL. C. D. THOMPSON, Scribe. Alliances, send your orders for twine, etc., to Farmers Elevator and Supply Co., it will pay you. W. D. MABTIN, Agent. Redwood Falls, Minn. Loose'* Red Clover Pills Cure Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Constipation, 25 cents per box, 5 boxes for $1.00 For sale by H. M. Hitch cock & Co. French A Houghmaater'i land List. We have for sale 86 acres of wild land in the town of Redwood Falls, at 16 per acre. Terms, one-half cash, balance on long time, at 7 per cent interest. 40 acres wild land in Delhi on the same price and terms. 160 acres in Springdale, 90 acres of which are broken, with good house, bam and granary, well and grove, price $10 per acre, A great bargain. Special bargains in other lands in the county. FRENCH & HOCOHMASTEB. Kattee BHdf* R«lhUn. Bids for rebuilding the old Clark bridge, on the Howe-Truss plan, across the Redwood river on section line be tween sections 26 and 27 at E. Dough erty's farm, will be considered by the board, of supervisors of the town of Sheridan, Aug. 4th, at one o'clock m., at the place of E. Dougherty. The board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. By order of town board. A. LEONARD, Chairman. CalTet Loit, Strayed from my farm in Delhi, five calves. Each one has slit in left ear Color, spotted red and white. Inform ation concerning them will be suitably rewarded by the owner, ISAAC LSSUZ. Sheep Lost. Strayed from my farm at Belview en sheep, each marked with a horse shoe on one hip. Any information' leading to their return will be suitably rewarded. H. F.Jojwa. MONEY TO LOAN On real estate security. Payments can be made any time without giving notice. Apply to J. B. ROBINSON & Co. Peiisioiis. Apply to E. D. French, U. S. Pen sion Attorney, for pensions under the new law, which applies to soldiers wholly or partially disabled, and to soldiers' widows, orphans, or depend ent parents. Carleton College, NORTHFIELD. MINN. FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 1*. IBM. THE OUKSES ARE Claieal, Literary, Scientific, English- Academy and Muical, nesldes Preparatory aud Post-Graduate studies. Instruction given in Drawing and Paintinff. Special facilities for study in Pure Mathe matics and Astronomy. Extensive Cuemical and Biological Labora tories Open to students of either sex. Expenses very low. For Catalogues and Circulars address, JA3. W. STRONG, President. School Lands FOR SALE. I offer for sale a large amount of State and private lands in Renville, Yellow Medicine, Redwood, Wa tonwan, Martin and Jackson coun ties at low interest and long time. If desired will give contract to any person who will pay down $25 and agree to make immediate improve ments and wait for first payment until it can be paid out of first crop. Send for price list. P. A. FOSTER, Mankato, Minn. DPHHIKGTOB WADDED, Loct) Agts. BENHAM & AUSTIN, MIUM IN HARDWARE, AND ALL KIND6 OT Farm Machinery, MORGAN, MINN. W. A. (Successor to L. TRUESDELL,) DEALER IN HARNESS, SADDLES, Bridles and Collars, BLAHKHTS, ROBES, ETC. CALL AND SEE US. At L. TruesdeU's old stand. If 111 St., W. A. FRENCH. ORDER FOR HEARING ON CLAIMS. STAT* OF MIKXESOTA, 1 In Probate Court 5-sa. Special term. CooNTT or REDWOOD. July 14th, IHM. In the matter of the estate of David Watso t, deceased. Letters of administration on the estate of Mid deceased being granted unto David F, Watson, of said county. It is ordered. That all claims and demands ot all persons against said estate be presented to this court, for examination and allowance, at the Probate oAoe ia Redwood Falls on t&i6 following days. vim.: The first Mondays of August, October and December, 1890. It Is further ordered. That six months front date hereof be allowed to creditors to present their claims against said estate, at the expira* •Ion of which time all claims not presented to said oourt, or not proven to its satisfaction, shall be rorerer barred, unless for causa shown further time be allowed. Ordered further. That notice of the time and plaoeof the hearing and examination of said claims and demands shall be given bjr publishing this order onoe In eaoh week, for three successive weeks prior to the day ap pointed for such examination. In the Kedwood Gazette, a weekly newspaper printed and* published at Redwood Falls, in said count/. Dated at Uedwood Falls the 14th day of Ju A» I). 1890. Br the court, B. IX FRENCH. Judg'6 of Probate. OBDEK TO EXA3KINK ACCOUNTS. STATB or IIINOTSMA, COUKTT OF RBDWOOD, In Probata Oourt Special July 10th term, 1890. In the matter of the estate of AndrewMoora, deceased. On reading and filing the petition of M. B. Powell, attorney for executrix of the estate of Andrew Moore deceased*, representing, among other things, that he has fully admin istered said estate, and praying ihp.t a tirnc and place be fixed for examining an«t allow ing his account of his.administration, and for tbe assignment of tbe residue of said estate to heir*. It Is ordered, That said account be exatq* ined, and petition heard, by.yie J3ud«e of thlt-' Court, on Monday, the 1st day of September.-' A. D. 1890, at Redwood Kalis, in said county. And it is further ordered. That cotice thereof be given to all persons interested, by publishing a copy of tus order for three suc cessive weeks prior to said day of hear^g,JH^ the Redwood Gazette, a weekly newspaper, printed and published at Redwood Alls, ilk said county. Dated at Redwood Falls tbe 16th day of Ju ijr, A. D. I68ti By the court, R. D. KRESCH. For ill Ms fcA&Gfi STOCK, COMMON GRADE. BROWl?/ SATINS, Judae ot Probata- Canned Fruits aricf Veg Green and Dried Fruits, Fresh' Roasted Coffees, IMcImc Red Dragon Teas, ifr Stifclgflnte here. Try tfcta, Hose betted Gilt-Edge Butter, Staple Groceries in great variety? AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS/1 New opposite Post Office." (DcCO^MICK AND BINDERS. THE BEST msr THE "WOISIJD- Perfect Work, Light Draft, Low Price, Easy Terms. Come and see it and get acquainted with it. McCormick Mowers, Stoughton (Mandt) Wagons, Spring^ Wagons, Buggies, Rock Island Plows, Yankee Horse Raked,' Halladay Wind Mills, Feed Grinders Etc. Etc. When you want Machinery, VAGOXS, BUGGIES, ROAD CARTS, or anything in that line, call oi THE MACHINE MAN, AGENT FOR MILWAUKEE Harvesting Machinery Which is the LIGHTEST RUNNING EASIEST HANDLED, And the MOST DURABLE of any in the market STANDARD: MOWERS .t! Reapers, Combined MachMs and Haj Rakes. AULTMAN TAYLOR THRESHING MACHINERY,* REEVES' AUTOMATIC STRAW-STACKER,' STUDEBAKER WAGONS, DAISY BUGGIES, WUctt can be altftcbed to any Threshing Machlno. KOAD GHADRKS AND SCKAPEES, Sickle Sections, Guards, Rivets and Rake Teoth: On hand- Repair* for any machinery got on short notice. S PUrE DRUGS V AND BVSBTTHIjro IK* THB UVB Ot DIAMOND?. AND SOLID SIkVJEFf arid PLATED WARE,* TOIp£t SETS and CASES' FANCY STATIONERY, ALBUMS, TOYS, etc., etel WHITE, GOLtJ PAPER, PRICES LOVER THAN AT ART OTHER SEASON Bn&y l**mts, Floor Paint*, Family] Paints and-* Watt FiabhW/ 'u Stain* and Varnishes. AT HITCHCOCK'S DRUG STORE w s 1 NEW GOODS, '&• STYLE S» FINE GRAD# MICA if rtttTRAlKS.