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ALPENA WEEKLY ARGUS,
Largest Circulation and Beit Adrer
Using Medium in Alpena County.
Wednesday, June 23, 1886.
The Republican Senate lias refused
to confirm the nomination of John C.
Shields, as Chief Justice of Arizona
but can give no good reason for Pitch
action. We believe Mr. Shields to be
both honest and capable, and Am re
jection must be owing to lies circulat
ed about him and personal hostility
from Senator Conccr. who is now
Herring his last terra.
Cost of Che Wars.
Register Rosecrans has written
letter to Corgrcssman Warner in re
ply to a question from that gentleman
asking the expense to the govcrnmen
of our threo principal wars. Gen
Rosecraus replied that the sum as
sumed and paid by the government
for the War of the Revolution was
$6,000,000, the War of 1812 cost
$115,000,000, the Mexican War $135,
000,000, and the War of the Rebel-
ion $9,180,920,905. Free Tress.
The attempt of the Democrats in
Congress to carry out the wishes
the people they represent, by rcmov
ing some of tho tariff" taxes, was de
feated on the 16th. The majority
acrainst cansidcrincr the tariff tax bill
was 17. Somo 35 Democratic con
grcssmen so far forgot their duty as to
vote with the Republicans against the
bill. The Democratic party pledged
itself to reduce the tariff taxes as far
as it was able, and but for the descr
tion of the 35 protection Democrats
the party would have carried the bill
through the House of Representatives
and thus fulfilled its pledge. The
party has, however made an honorable
attempt to fulfill its pledge, and
can not be held responsible for the
desertion of the 35 protection Dcm
ocrats who refused to carry out the
party principles. One hundred aud
thirty-six Democrats and fourRcpub
licans voted lor the reform, and one
hundred and twenty-two Republicans
and thirty-five Democrats voted against
the reform. All the Michigan Dcm
ocratic congressmen, we are glad to
date, voted for tho consideration of
the bill that was to rcduco the tariff
There is only one thing for the
Democrats to do, and that is to drive
all tho protectionists from their ranks,
aud, next fall, elect enough congress
men who can be depended upon to
carry out the principles set forth in
the platform. The wishes of the par
tj, as set forth in the platform, must
"A flour mill in operation." said a
Minnesota miller, "is almost as danger
ous as a powder magazine, and has
to be watched as clescly. Every
coal miner is afraid of fire damp, aud
every miller knows his mill is likely
to be blown up with a terrible cx
plosion at any moment. To most
people this would sound like an cx
aggeration, but I tell you it is i
solemn fact. What blew up your mills
in Barelay street a few years ago?
Whatlevcled a whole block of stone
mills in Minneapolis not long since,
so that it looked as though a cyclone
had struck the city ? Nothing in the
world but flour one of the deadliest
and most powerful explosives known.
"If you stand in a flour mill, near
the stones, and look across tho room
toward the sunlight, you will see that
the air is loaded with fine grain dust.
If you had microscopic eyes, you
would see yourself surrounded with
small atoms of grain of all kinds.
Those atoms form an explosive sub
stance more powerful than any
known to nihilists, and their prcseuce,
though inevitable, is what makes a
flour mill as dangerous as a powder
pit. Suppose you take a dry car of
com and set it on fire. It will burn
slowly. Shell the car and fire the
kernels, and it burns much more rap
idly. Grind the corn, and it 'will
burn like paper. Reduce it to
powder to dust and if ignited it
goes off like a flash. That is the
state in which flour is dangerous,
when it is finer than flour. If a mill
beeomcs overcharged with this dust,
and it is ignited, away goes tho mill.
"Several years ago the large Wash
ington mills in Minneapolis caught
fire. They were going at the time.
Those who knew the danger gavo the
alarm and got out as lively as they
"Did the mills blow up?"
"I should say they did. The walls
were made of stone, six feet thick,
and when the explosion came they
tumbled out like straw board. The
sheet-iron roof was blown so high
from one of the Washington mills
that the wind carried it two miles.
Men watching the fire at a distance
were blown through windows, knock
ed down, hurled through the air, and
several were killed. Sometimes the
lighting of a pipe within a grain
house will demolish the building. In
a Scotland mill a man once lit a cigar.
In a second the room seemed filled
with fire and there was a terrible roar.
When tho smoke cleared away the
flour walls of the mill lay flat on the
ground, and the roof lay several
handral feet away. With the excep
tion of a bad scare and a singeing
not a person was hurt. The dust
burned creating a great heat."
Corrtupondenca of Arjrui.
Daniel Crowley, died Saturday June 20,
after a short illness of lufltimtuatloii of the
The Board of Supervlrtora met thin
Tho McQueen boys returned home from
their visit to Canada last week.
There Is seme talk or having a ic-nlc
at Urush Lake on the Fourth of July.
llrs.T. Jouuston had a picking heo on
Wednesday last ; there was a large number
of ladles present and had a very pleasant
The crops look good, since last weeks
From tha InJet.
A colon v ol five or six Frcncmen have
Jnst Iwught land about two miles north of
J. II. Hurlert's where tncy win soon set
tle with their families.
The several men from Alpcua, who have
of late been prospecting in this county
with a view to settling here, have about
settled their minds ou certain descrip
tions in this and Kust toAvnshlps.
County Treasurer, W. C. Cain, set out
120 trees the past spring, putting a quan
tity of muck from a swamp around each
tree to protect the roots from the sun, and
after a lapse of several weeks, but two of
the number have died.
J.ohu A. Holmes states his intention of
soon moving his mill to a point near his
homestead, about oneand-a-quartcr miles
from here, where he will saw about 500,
000 lect of lumber for himself, and then
move to Hillman, In case this field should
not then lie occupied.
Robert Rca has commenced moulding
brick at his yard a short distance from
this point, and we are told that when the
kiln Is ready for the market It will be
sold out at the rate of about fo per
theusa nd, which is If ss than one-third of
what they cost pulled In from Alpena.
Fresque Isle News.
From the Fnque Isle County Adrance.
Nine new cottages have been put up
already at False Presque Isle this spring
Ed. Fisher expects to start his mill at
Thompson's Harbor next week. lie has a
stock of 800,000 feet to cut.
Fred. Lincoln is making preparations to
try his luck fishing in Canada waters. He
will probably leave next week. x
The Bully Bros, have constructed and
placed on Grand Lake a steam scow, to be
used In towing logs, picking up cedar, etc.
E. Erskln, Sr., has returned from visit
lne at Sanilac. He stales that a lawyer
and a doctor of that place will next month
ceme to Rogers City on a prospecting
tour with a view of locating.
Capt. Wm. Sims, of Presque Isle Har
bor, launched his scow on tho 0th, aud is
now busy fitting her out with sails, etc.
Capt. Thos. Quick will command her.
She will lc used for trading along the
Merritt Chandler will erect a starch
factory on his place in the town of Allls.
He has planted 20 aud Mr. Shaw 7 acres
to potatoes, which will form the principal
ingredient of the starch manufactured.
While coming from HageusTille to
Urawfords Quarry, Saturday evening, Wm.
Hornbachcr encounter in the middle or
the road an old bear and a cub the size of
a rabbit. They took to the woods and
The bridge across the North Branch of
Thunder Bay river, on cc. 21, town of
Mcltz, was lately w-pt away by fire.
The highway commissioner promptly let
the contract for a new structure to bo
built at the expense of about $200. The
first one cost f 500.
The rresquc Isle Brick and Lumber
Co's mill, at Bell, has received extensive
repairs aud improvements this spring, and
it is to-day the best mill by odds in the
county manufacturing lumber, lath and
shingles. It started up Monday and will
run night and day througlit trio Keason
employs 70 men, has a stock of 9,000,000
ft. of logs to saw, and cuts an average of
0,000 ft. per diem. The logs are for the
most part the property of Alpena parties
who lumbered last winter on (Jrand lake
The order of butinea was changed and
the Committee on Resolutions presented
the following, which were adopted and or
dered opread upon the records, by nnnnlni
ous vote :
J tUt Hon. (he Common Council Iht CUy
;rvTi.ri. Your coiiihiiltf allKintPl t
itrnft MiKoluiioim piPresMlnir our erlrl at the
lid IntPllieenoe of (lie sudden death of our
Mayor, would most reN' lfully beg leave t
WiiriiKAS. Our city was startled on Friday
the isth liiKt., Iy the sad Hiiuointrcmrnt by trl
ceramet the sudden death of our Mayor, lh
lion, diaries V. KUtianlioi), at 1'lttsfleld
Wurnir.AS, This Council and city has lost in
tills sad ami sudden bereavement us cmri n
rriillve onieer and wl counselor, ami inn
community one of Its oldest residents and lion
nr.ilil hiitliir mpii. mid itoHetv h ineinhei
that was highly respected. And more than all
have the family been bereft of one w ho tilled a
large place In their heart; as a kind husband
and IndulKcnt father he was loved and revered
in his home. Therefore, be It
Huohtd, That in the sadness of this hour we
eitend to the family 01 ine iicceascu our iirnrv
r.ii Hvinn.-ttiilr In tills Ihrir sad bereavement
and that this Council co In a lody to the boat
lit ini.ct Mm remain mid neeomitHIIV the same
to the family residence. Also that we Invite nil
oiiv ,m.-rr to loin wllh us and attend tn
fmw.rni k.iiiiT Mini Hint the Iteeorder be re
cmest eel to Issue a proclamation requesting that
all business as far as possible be suspended du
ring the hours of the funeral service. And be
Jitsolwi, That this Council Room be properly
draped for thirty days, and that the outside of
the City Hall he also appropriately draped for
the occasion, and that the iieconier oe request
ed to furnish a coi of these resolutions to the
city press, and also to prepare and forward a
ronv to the bereaved family. And that we may
show duo respect to the memory of the deceased,
KtlArtd, That wo now adjourn to the call of
the Iteeorder. . .
.1. J. TrRNM'M..
C. Ij. KIMIiALL.
JoilN S. MeVlCAIt,
The following vessels and steamers
cleared from this port during the past
Btcaroer Arundcll, trip 26, Bay City.
Steamer Atlantic, St. Ignaoe.
Steamer City of Muckinac, trip S, Detroit.
Steamer Metropolis, trip 22, Bay City.
Steamer City of Alpena, St. Ignace.
8chooner Corslcan, 200HXVlumbcr, Detroit.
Steamer Arundcll, trip 27, Bay City.
Steamer City of Alpena, trip 19, Detroit.
Steamer Atlantic, trip 9, Detroit.
Scow Moore, 90,O)O lumber, Detroit.
Steumcr Metropolis, trip 2.1, Bay City.
Steamer Flora, St. Ignace.
Steamer City of Mackinac, St. Itfnace.
Steamer Arundcll, trip '.'s, Bay City.
Steamer City of Mackinac, trip 6, Detroit.
Barge Lfcht Guard, .TiO.OOO lumber, Sandusky,
Steamer Metropolis, trip 21, Bay City.
Steamer City of Alpena, St. Ignace.
Steamer Flora, trip 8, Detroit.
Burgo Lathrop, 3."0,000 lumber, Sandusky.
Burge Ocncssee Chief, 300,OM) lumber, 8andusky.
rropcllcr Garden City, 250,000 lumber, Cleveland
Tropcller Hall, 20,000 posts, Chicago.
J une '10.
Steamer City of Alpena, trip 16, Detroit.
Steamer City of Mackinac, St. Ignace.
1 lie lumber shipped on the above ves
sels went to the following iorts :
To Sandusky 6M,m0
To Cleveland 600,000
To Detroit 200,000
I lie Board of Supervisors met on the
lltli. The Committee on Kqtiilization's
report as to the assessment of the city and
townships for State and county tax was ac
cepted, and is as follows :
Real A s
Kstntc. Personal. Eiualied.
Alpena citr. il.l67.ono s I. i"3.noo .'.4ii0.ooo
Lonjr llapids, 209,690 0,213 190,000
Wilson. 139,620 9.2i) UV0M
UMincne, j.u,7() 2'.,r2.t mo.ooo
Own, 94,03.1 2.910 110,000
Alpt ns town'p, Iis,633 R.srfl 100,000
Alapic KKlge, 7.1,1.0 1,030 90,00m
Totals, f2.233.920 $1,183,SI0 $3,173,000
Hill were allowed as follows: Officers'
fees, fUH; supervisors wages, ?01.32;
books, stationary nnd stamps, f (52.00 j cor-
oner's, witness and jurj fees, f 22.63 ; Jail,
$18.00; miscellaneous bills, f 12.39.
The coroners were notified to employ the
county physician when a physician's ser
Ticcs were required at inquests, and that
the county will not pay for services of other
Supervisors Sanborn, McDonald and
FiUpatrick were appointed a Committee on
J. D. Turnbull was appointed to repre
sent Alpena county at the meeting of the
State Board of Equalization at Lansing, on
m m m
The Common Council of the city of Al
pena met in special session in the Council
Room on Saturday evening, June 19th,
18S6, and was called to order at 7 o'clock
by the Recorder.
rFJSK?T. John S. McVicar, Recorder.
and Aldermen Kimball. Carr. D'Aicle.
McCandlish, Da oust and Campbell.
The Recorder stated that the meeting
was called to enable the Council to take ap
propriate action in regard to the sad be
reavement this city has suffered by the
catli of our esteemed Mayor.
Moved by Alderman Kimball that the
Recorder appoint a committee of three to
draft suitable resolutions and act as an ex
ecutive committee on making the necessary
arrangements with the friends of our la
mented Mayor in regard to the funeral, and
that the Comptroller le appointed chair
man of the committee. Said committee to
eport the resolution on Monday evening,
June 21st, 1880. Carried by unanimous
The Recorder apiointcd ns such com
mittee J. D. Turnbull, and Aldermen Camp
bell and Kimball.
Moved by Alderman Campbell that a
committee of three Aldermen be appointed
by the chair to attend to draping thUCoim.
cil Room and the City Hall, and that the
Recorder be chairman of the committee.
Carried by unanimous rote.
Committee appointed, Aldermen IAiglc,
Carr and McCandlish.
On motion of Alderman Campliell the
JOHN H. McVlCAR,
Th Common Council of the c ity of A1-
ena met in regular session in the Council
oom, on Monday eveninc. June 21st, 1886.
and wa called to order at 7:30 o'clock, by
Priskxt. John S." McVicar. Recorder.
and Aldermen Kimball, Carr, D'Aiglo, Mc
Candlish, Itaonst and Campliell.
Total n eck's shipment of lumber 1,510,000
The total shipments of lumber, etc., by
vessels that reported, the present season
arc as follows : . ,
Lumber, feet 31,131,000
Cedar pouts 33,500
Trap net stukc 550
Parties tlesirinp; to save money can
take advantage of the following club
list at tliis office, for journals for
Argus and Weekly Free Press
Argus aud American Agriculturist
Argus and Oodey's Lady's Book
Argus and Peterson's Magazine
Argus and Demorcst's Magazine
Argus and Scientific American
Argus and N. Y. Weekly Star,
Peterson's Magazluc for July Is brim-
full of beautiful things. The first cmbel
llslimcut, "The Rival Belles," representing
three lovely women, is a steel-engraving
in the highest style of art, and alone
worth the price of the number. It Is fol
lowed by a double-sized colored steel
fashionplatc ; by an exquisite colored pat
tern, a la-Japancsc, for a portfolio-cover;
and by some fifty wood-cDgravhigs of
fashions, embroidery, etc. The high char
actcr of "Peterson" for glvlnjj the best
original stories is more than maintained
in this number. An unusually powerful
novelet, 'The Corsair's Captives," will
make everyone Impatient for the next
chapters. Mrs. Lucy II, Hooper, has a
weird story, Frank Lee Benedict a charm
Ing talc. "A story of Two Kisses" Is
even better than Its title foreshadows.
Mrs. Stephens's "Mlllionarc'ii Daughter"
Increases In interest and force.
Hay Fever and Rose Cold
Are attended by an Inflamed condition of
the llnlnat membrane of the nostrils, tear-
ducts and throat, affecting the longs. An
acrid mucus is secreted, the discharge Is
accomplaned with a burning sensation.
There are several spasms of sneezing, fre
quent attacks of headache, watery and In
flamed eyes. Ely's Cream Balm is a rem
edy that can be depended upon. 50 cents
at druggists; registered. CO cents.
Brothers, Druggists, Oswego, N. Y.
From John F. Wyman. formed? Post
master, South China, Me.
loo much cannot be said of Adamson's
Botanic Cough Balsam, as It Is the best
remedy for coughs, colds, etc., that I have
ever seen ; and to Its wonderful effects I
owe my recovery. It Is well worthy of
praise, and I would advise all to use It
who arc afflicted.''
A pure and reliable medicine.
A compound fluid extract of roots,
leaves, barks and berries is Burdock
Blood Bitters. They cure all diseases
of the blood, liver and kidneys.
Wild Cherry and Tar.
Kvcry body knows the virtues of Wild
Cherry aud Tar as a relief and enre for
any effcctlons of the throat and lungs.
Combined with llicso two Ingredients arc
a few simple healing remedies in the com
position of Dr. Bosanko's uough and Lung
Syrup making It Just the article you
should always have In the houxc, fur
coughs, colds, croup and bronchitis. Price
CO cents and fl.00. Samples free. Sold
by I look & Perkins and II. Bccbc.
The following market quotations
arc conicq irom the uctrou rrce
Apples, 11.00 to 12.73 per barrel.
Batter, 10 to 16 per pound.
Flour per barrel, 12.75 to 3.50
Hay, baled, f 11 to 12 per ton.
Mess beef, f 8.00 to f 0.23 per bbl.
Oat per bushel, 30 to 35.
Onions, 1 00 to f 4-30 per barrel.
Pork, 19.50 to 112.25 per bbl.
Potatoes, f 0.43 to 0.50 per buslicl.
Wheat, fO.80 to fO.Sl per bushel.
Tho Quotations, riven bv tho Free
Press, are mostly of a wholcsalo na
ture. The prices at retail stores must
be somewhat higher.
Ifau!t having been made in the condition! of
eertaia mortpge, (whereby the power to soil there
in contained ha become operativv), executed by
i Bonne oimpaon, oi Aipen, Mit'iiitritn, to r rnnrie
Jean, Jr., of buKinnw county, laid titnte, dated the
foartecnta day of May, la the year of our turd o
thousand eight hundred and aixty-ecTen, and re
corded In the oflloe of the Ueviater of JM-ede for th
county of Alpena, iu the hUt of Michigan, io
librr A of mortgager on vtgei iiil and Ml, on tha
1Mb day of ftlny, A. 1. 1307, upon whiih niorta-afro
there la claimed to be due at the date of thia notiue,
the auio of eeven hundred and eighty-four dollar
and eleven centa (1781.11). and no suit or proceed
inga, at law or in equity, haviuK bovn Inntitutcd to
recover auy part thereof, not loo la I here) ore hereby
nven mni on
THURSDAY, tho 10th day of KKPTRMBER
Next, at one o'clock in the atfrnnon. 1 hall sell a
nublio uurlion, to the kiuheHt bidder, (ula to take
place at the front door of the Court House, in tho
eity of AlpfOn, suid Alprna county, tliat bvin the
place for holding the Circuit Court for suid Alpena
eouutyi, me premises acsrribcu in sum mortgage,
or so much thereof ai ahull bo neoeasury to satisfy
the amount uue on euld inortgitxe, with ten per
eenl. Interest ana legal costs. tOKt'tucr un an at'
torney fee of t wenty-flve dotluis, us expressly pro
vided for in aaid niortguge; which said premises
are described in suid mortgage as follows, to wit i
All of lot number three of section number
twenty (20), containing thirty-four (31) ucres, more
or leaa ; also lot number lour (4), or section iwenr
Clt): entire fractional section twenty-one CM), a,
in township twenty-nine C-'9 north, of range uino
(tt) east, containing seven ty-eiwht uud ten one-hundreds
(78 10-100) acre a, more or leaa, according to the
FIIANCIS JF.AN. Jr
LlHDKIR, roKTKD & 111 TET,
Attorneys for Mortgage. J7'wl3
Dated Jnne llth, Iho.
Is now declared between the Demon
High Prices, and the Young
The headquarters of thin ttaheart young tear
rior who is fighting against the old rob
btr, may be found by following the
the throng to Vie store where
, stands the Big De01
opposite the Pout OJjiee.
P. S. DEWEY.
For everything to uro or cut,
Rice, Coffee, Nutmegs, Tea and Meat,
Allapice nnd Candy, Starch and Soap,
New Frunea nnd Currants, Seeds aud Itope,
Knivea, Forlcs and Spoons, Gunpowder, llama
Lines, Fish-hook', Cartridges and Clams,
Ink, Taper, Tens, Lead-pencils, Slates,
Nappies and Pitcher, Soups and Dates.
Shotguns and Muskets, itifles fine,
Don't fait to find the Big Deer '("
Fast, South and West their treasures bring,
Where yll who buy rejoice and sing.
Each one who comes brings many more,
You'll find the throng at
Singer Sewing Machine
iu itself and is giving art exhibitions
Sl Million Families,
313 days in the year. Wc sell two
inirus oi nu me macnuics sola every
year; havo taken hiot prrze over nil
THKKJ'J HUNDKIW TIMES.
Wc arc now selling new machines
ISo other make has cot uit to one
million. Our machiuc is acknow
ledged by all first class incchauics to
be the best made nnd of tho best ma
terial, and say it is worth a house
full of other machines. Makes tho
least noise; runs the lightest. No
shuttle and thread (two snook), self
uin.-iiuuiir ukuu ucvisc, automatic
spooler, works all case hardened steel,
metal bearings running on center,
which gives it the finest adjustment
C . 1 .!. c 1 1
vi iiny iiiucume. ouiu on
Small Monthly Payments,
Sec the wonder before you buy!
Office, Spraguc's Shoo Store,
THE SINGER M'PG CO,
J. K. PAKKEPw, Ag't.
Board of Review.
for the cttr of Alpena, for the year ls.sr, will meet
, in said city of A 1 pe
at the Common Council room,
Notice is hereby given thnt tho Board of Review
no, on .July 1st, 2nd and 3rd, m. nnd begin its
session on each of said dura, nt 9 o'clock a. m.. for
i no purpose or reviewing tno asseamnont toll of said
city, for the said year of lS8il, at whioh aaid timcj
ana piace any person, desiring so to do. may exam
ine his or her assessment on said mil. and ma
show cause,, If any, why the valuation thereof should
be changod, nnd said Bourd of llovicw shall decide
By order of the Common Council of tho city of
pated, Juno 7th, IMj.
J IS llu o
Pat Oat SOtb, IS33,
fjwfe only f th Hnet nnA bMiejnikla
ny r UlaM lot witnsiaaainar neat,
Everv trood thinff la Counter-
felted, and oonaumers are CAU
TIONED aaralnat IMITATIONS of
these Chimneys made of VERY
POOR OLAS3. Geo that the exact
label la on eaoh chimney as above.
The Pearl Top la always olear and
naaftar4 OXLT by
GEO. A. G CO.
rittMbtjrgla Lead GUM Works.
FOR SAL23 BY DEALER
Having Purchased at
FOR SPOT CASH
The Entire Stock of Klock, Don
nelly & Co.,
WE SHALL SELL GOODS
Than have EVER been named before in Al
Wo must reduce our Stock at onoo and
Large Lines of Suits for 50 and 67
Gents on the Dollar.
825 suits lor 817
$23 suits for $17.
820 suits for 813.
815 suits for 810.
812 suits for 88.
84 pants for 82.
83 pants for 81.50.
82 pants for $1.2-3.
81 pants for 60 cents.
CHILDRErJ'8 SUITS, 'WAY OFF.
8 ilollar suits for 5,
6 dollar suits for 3.50.
1 dollar suits for 2.75.
3 dollar suits for 1.75.
aGea XO to X7.
13 dollar suits for 9.50.
11 dollar suits for 7.50.
0 dollar suits for 6.
7.50 dollar suits for 5.
6 dollar suits for 4.
IlrvtH that Formerly Hold txt
3 dollars, now 1.50.
2.75 dollars, now 1.25.
2.50 dollars, now 1.
2 dollars, now 73 cents,
1.50 dollars, now 70 cents.
1 dollar, now 60 cents,
73 cents, now 40 cents.
Tho Largest Assortment of
George H. Warren's.
HBST 30 BATS,
Havingsucceded E. Loeb in the Dry Goods
uuumuss, ana in oraer to make room
Which will soon follow, will sell for tho
next 30 days without reserve at a
REBATE OF 20 PER CENT.
On all Purchases over One Dollar. All
Goods retain their marked price in
The Prices named will be
TO 1IV EVERY IIYSTjYIVCE.
Return all Gooods not Perfectly Satis fac
tory ana, if not Soiled, We will
Return Your Purchase
Square Dealing is Our Motto.
GEO. W. JONES,
At the old Stand.
F. A. Laivronce '& Bo.
Toledo, Ohio. Cponcor, ttaco.
ONE PRICE TO ALL,
And 20 Per Cent. Off.
Successor to EH Loob,
Pack Block, one door from ( or. Second and Cliisholm Sts
Follow the Crowd to tho
Whore wo will Sell Foot Woar for tho
nost 30 Days, Lower than any Shoo
Houso in tho City.
Goods Must Be Sold.
Como One, Como All, and Receive tho Benefit.
ELEPHANT SHOE STORE,
Opera Houso Block,