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For the Journal.
All About Toledo.
This city is" really donning metropoli
tan airs. Its name is romantically Span
ish, its people decidedly Young Ameri
can, its location relatively advantageous,
its natural difficulties apparently insur
mountable, and its growth little less
than wonderful. . At the head of the lake,
river aad canal navigation, the terminus
of many long lines of railroad, and on
tht great thoroughfare connecting the
Atlantic with the Pacific, if it does not
become a great and powerful city, its
inhabitants will be at fault Less than
: half a century since its site was tha do
main of the red man and the wild beast
twenty years later, lots now held at
$1,500 per foot front, sold for little more
than $50; its population nearly eqrals
45,000, and its present limits can easily
accommodate ten times that number.
It has dug down mountainous ridges,
i converted water into streets, drained
iairv swamps, constructed street em
bankments throngh bottomless pits,
built aqneducto and tunnels, filled acres
of ahoals in its river, deepened its creek
and spanned a wide stream with three
lone, massive railroad bridges. With
no extensive, productive, farming coun
try near, and relying chiefly on retailing
and jobbing, with manuf acturing in its
helpless infancy and lake commerce de
stroyed bv railroad transportation, the
city has achieved its present proud posi
tion; ' and with those undeveloped re
sources made available, its rapid and
substantial future growth is secured.
Though only recently bestowing thought
upon beautifying and improving itself,
it possesses a Finlay's Chamber of Com
merce block, a Boody House, a Wheeler
Opera-house, several magnificent
churches and many splendid private res
idences, while a grand system of water
works is just about being brought into
use for the convenience and protection
of the citizens. In leaving this part of
my subject, I can but deprecate the mis
fortune that has run the city so deeply
into debt, created so onerous taxes, and,
while disabled from making a new and
splendid Work-house available, left in
existence so unsightly an old pile as the
county Court-house. - ' -
THE WINTER'S AMUSEMENTS.
. ' r Of course so enterprising a city has
- its share of these. They are of two
classes: those furnished by , foreign tal
ent for their own pecuniary profit, and
those given for benevolent purposes. I
will mention two or three, and first in the
list is one of a series of three hops at the
Oliver House given.'by the Naiad Boat
Club. This hardly belongs to either of
the classes I have mentioned, as it$; ob
object is to raise funds for procuring a
much needed regatta shell. The first of
the series has been held, and everything
' was complete. Milversted's music .was
delightful and the : calling complete;
beautiful cards of invitation, had called
select couples to purchase elegant tick
ets at 83; swailpw-tai coats lavender
kids and white slippers were in the as
cendant; ornate prbgrammes, with satin
tie-ribbons and ample " engagement
blanks, were industriously used, and
gay ..young couples, danced, to their
heart's content. . A cold collation was
served by mine host, fit to dull an epi
cure's appetite,. and the small hours had
flown before the happy company reluct
- antly left. lite club cleared expenses,
which was all they expected at the first
hop. It is hoped that the remaining two
will yield them a handsome surplus.
must slicrhtly demur at one feature: the
, drawing was nearly all of the , round va-
riety. , My objection is not that of Mrs.
(jeneral blierman that strange- arms
should not encircle ladies' waists; bu'
old fogy as I am, I can pot waltz, and
one hardly gets his money's worth see
ing others dance. ; . ) . . i j .. '
' I do not need to mention tha perform
ances of traveling troupes; suffice it to
gay that the city is honored by the visits
of the best performers on the stage, in
tragedy, comedy, minstrelsy and the
opera. I next notice the beautiful and
powerful amateur drama of the Drum
mer Boy of Shiloh. , first enacted here
in the old skating rink and several times
repeated each succeeding winter, many
shook their heads in doubt and disap
proval when it was mentioned for this
winter. They said the object to re
plenish the G. A. R. fund for aiding sol
diers' widows and orpliaos was excel
lent; but the play is old and the people
would not attend. This croaking was
signally refuted, for the Opera-house
was packed from pit to gallery with a
breathless, staring audience, night after
night The new and judicious cast of
characters which' personally interested
different circles of the citizens and some
out of the city, doubtless contributed to
the marked success oi the play. Tq one
who had seen it beore, muck of the act
ing was stupid and insipid: In profes
sionals, it would have been hissed and
the hooted from the stage. Even the
author and proprietor of the drama
wretchedly failed by overdoing his part
Yet the singing was good, the tableans
superb, and considering the want of
training and experience, the perform
ance was a success. Financially it was
much more than was expected. The re
ceipts were about $2,000, of which, how
ever, but one-fourth reached the fund to
increase which the play was rendered.
I do think some way of avoiding such
expense should be adopted. . , f ,
The last amusement, I describe, is
Ye OldeFolke Greate Concerte twice
given for the benefit -of. homeless and
friendless women. In contradistinction
to that last noticed, nearly 'all received
at this performance was net gain, as
there was no inordinate royalty to be
paid and almost everything was donated.
It was a combined vocal and instrunental
musical effort, in which plain, old church
hymns, fuge pieces and anthems, and
old-style worldlye songs, "duets and
solos were sung. Perliaps a hundred
arrayed in costumes of as many years
ago soma of them actual heir-looms,
descended from that; generation-the men
in powdered wigs, queues, cut-away-coats,
knee-breeches and buckle-shoes
and the women in trains, mutton-leg
sleeves, huge epaulettes, wide lace colars
and enormus back-combs many of
either sex disguised beyond recognition
by near friends in full view of a laughter-
convulsed audience, came upon the stage
duly furnished with . chairs, benches,
foot-stoves, candles, snuffers and trays
and after in the old way .hanging their
hats, bonnets and wraps on nails hrplain
sight, took their seats and opened Ye
Grande Concerte with Auld Lang Syne.
The "timest" personating some good
old Deacon, is the leader of one of the
city choirs, and many of the singers are
members. He used a baton, and both
he and the singers "sounded" the key
and beat time as they sang. One piece
rendered in the nasal style, peculiar in
old times, and not wholly forgotten now,
pleased the audience not. a little. Dur
ing an intermission, the foot-stoves were
replenished, suff-boxes assiduously pat
ronized, hoary-headed youth invited up
from the audience and formally intro
duced with prolonged, pump-handle
hand-shaking, to the expectant blushing
damsels of uncertain age, dough-nuts
generously passed, and a general good
time enjoyed. ' After recess the concert
was resumed and closed with the singing
of Old Hundred in which the audience
was invited to "jine." The vast assem
blage then adjourned across the way to
partake of an old-time supper and "chase
the glowing hours with flying feet" in
the cotillion and waltz. Among other
edibles, were mush and mnir, hot rye
and corn-bread, . dough-nuts, fled"
vituals and "punkin" pie. The table
waiters were grotesquely arrayed and as
smiling as a basket of chips. Everybody
was happy and found it good to be there
THE FATAL ROCK.
There has been found a large rock in
mid ocean. In was found by an Italian
captain, in charge of a vessel who came
well nigh being dashed upon it, except
for the foresight of one on board of his
vessel. It is out almost in middle of the
Atlantic Ocean, and directly in the track
vessels that run from Jsew York to
Liverpool. Captain Piascho hove near
enough to measure its top. He finds it
be about three hundred feet long and
about thirty feet wide, and lies north
and south. It is of a red color. When
the tide is high it is under water, when
the, tide is low it is. out of watef from six
ten" feet. JL ship might bft' thrown
upon it and dashed to pieces without
thinking that there was any danger, for
most of the time the rock is under the
water. The seamen consider the dis
covery of this great rock as an explana
tion for so many vessels never being
heard from. atjeiEtartyig across, the At
lantic. Thirteen vessels in about thirty
years have been lost, without anything
ever being heard from them. Xo doubt
this huge monster has been the cause or
thousands of human beings sinking be
neath the waves. How and why this
mountain peak whose foot must rest on
bottom,of the sea should loom up
three miles high, is only known to the
great Creative Mind, and for hundreds
years this watery path has been
traveled, and never before has it been
discovered, except by the unfortunate
mariners who perished in the waves
about it The discovery by the Italian
captain, adds a new field to scientific
research as well as being a blessing to
P. BROWNS ADDITION, TOLEDO.
DESIRABLE LOCATION,- ; '
ON LINE STREET CARS.
Daring the next few days, I ehall make '
: Oil A .'"Yi.i
partite de?ir:ng to make a rood invectment
tail on or aauree i. tr. HKO w , .
Merchants' National Bank Building, Toledo, 0.
Every Family Should Use It!
THE FAMOUS j .
IMPROVED EBY-ECP YEAST.'
.. .l 1 1 .:' uiU i. j '
Com: City, leasts Cakes;
. . . So"d by all respectable, grocers. - - j I .
HOLDS ITS STRENGTH ' ANTf
tenzth of time. Will not make the hreurl tiur
yeast. Manufactured from, purest materials
--l ca&eB id Mid nuiri-wias more ixxiy, ana
it is rareref uwew every time.
fc"Dont take any other be art yon get i' !
? 369 Sammit St., TletovO. 3
25 Pianos at $50 Each.
25 Pianos at $75 Each.
20 Pianos at $100 Each.
10 Pianos at $150 Each.
10 Pianos at $250 Each.
The Pianos first named
aboTe, are second-hand,'
bnt are worth double'
the money asked roR
etoh. The Pianos last;
named are instrument?1
People living in Fremont and vicinity CAN NOT
do and inspected our stock. REMEMBER THIS
greatat bargain ever offered in (he United State.
8TEIXWAY JPlAXOS ASD BTJRDEIT ORGANS
OUR SPECIALTY. THE
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
fort .vuirr BLOCK,
orner of Summit and Monroe Streets, Toledo, Ohio.
Class A 1 Residences.
, t .n.Hiti.Arin.nAmi An -Rmftdvav TTnntf It API vttli .IT tnrvlMt wvnAHinu.
lnt 50x156 feet : price, 15,000. flow casn, balance
1TFO BKJFJ inuuc vi . v .
u,h hanu if desired.
Two story ana Dssemem wiui uoui rwiup, goo
$5,000. $2,000 cash, oaiance in tnree payment.
Cottage On LOCnpi BLTCCV VI w rwuio, laigv tut , Fi iw, v.,-.
fn.. n KVi atnut. frond Int. well located. 2.800 DdvmentS.
House and Lot on Erie Btreet, 8 rooms, closets,
price, $6,000. $J,0OO casn. fi.ow one year, oaumce
120 feet on Monroe street, near Collingwood Avenue. $T5 per foot, front, lout time.
t uiinri .treet. 40 feet front : $30 per foot, easy payments.
0 feet front on Stickny avenue, by U0 feet on Huron street ; $65 per foot.
Lots in Franklin Avenue Addition, $200 to $425 each, quarter payment.
Lots in East Toledo, $150 each, monthly or yearly payments.
, , r . Franklin Avenue Addition
Is located one block from Laprange street and three
both streets Lots are high, level, well located, streets graded, shade trees set, &c, $200 to $425 each
Is located in East Toledo, ooo-half mile from grounds
each, q inner papmenta.
' ISO acres, near Irvine Illinois, 15 miles from depot, good improvements, $23 per acre. Will ex
tr,T. n.nriirM Drv Goods or Groceries.
176 acres choice land, 80 miles from Nashville.
barn &c about 20 acres in cuiiivanuu, uamuce uem j uiuuer. mm escnange ior unio property.
Some Toledo property for well located Kansas land.
Class B Western Lands.
M0 acres improved land in Mitchell county, Kanais. $8 per acre.
320 acces in Anderson county, Kansas, near L. L. & G. R'y, yt miles from station. tlOperaam,
acres Smiles from Junction City, Kansas, choice land, $12 per acre.
900 acres in Cumberland county, Illinois, 100 acres of it heavily timbered, I mile from depot,
2 WOLLCOTT BROS,
46 Summit Street, (opposite Merchants' Bank,) Toledo, Ohio
lor from two to three
ryears and were new
three years ago. They
are in perfect order and
lare of a high grade of
AFFORD to buy until they have first visited Tole
If yoa can not go to Toledo write to us. The
TEE LARGEST STOCK OF NEW INSTRUMENTS
BEST IN THE WORLD.
that have been rpntpfly
WHITNEY & CURRIER,
Music," 111 Summit Street, Toledo. O.
- , - . wu.vLituwp,
in tnree equal payments, r unuture will be sold
iiuwuguvui, " wu.e, uwucg vmvu, c; price,
cellar and wood shed. Lot 48x150 feet ts an alley ;
10 sun pmumwer.
blocks from Colllngwood Avenue ; street cars on
of Toledo and Columbus Railway; price, $150
Timn., near depot, good stream on place, house,
mr-OETEB AJTD DIALEB IN
Glassware. Plated & Fancy Goods,
LOOKING GLASSES AND TABLE CUTLERY,
GAS A1TD LAMP riXTTJEES!
71 and 73 Summit Street, '
ESTABLISHED IN 1853.
CIT7 RESTAUR AFT,
ICE CREAM ROOMS,
tesils ill l
F. GRADOLPH & BROTHER,
&S SUMMIT ST., TOLEDO.
t3T Parties vistilinff the famous "Corn Citv" will
here find the best of accommodation, the choicest
articles and the most reasonable terms in the city.
confectionary eoods, dry fruits. fcc. no houpe
can atiord a tiner assortment. Call to be convinced.
LIVE AGENTS WANTED
To sell DR. CHASE'S RECIPES; OR, INFOR
MATION FOR EVERYBODY, in every Comity in
the United Stares and Canadas. Enlarged by the
Publisher to MS paes. It coutains over 2,00
household reeiiies, and is stilted to all classes and
conditions of society. A wonderful book and a
uousenoiu necessity, it sells at sight. Greatest
inducement ever offered to book tsreute. S.imnle
copies sent by mail, post piid, for "S2. Exclusive
territory given. Art-nts more than donble their
money. Address. DK.CHASE S STEAM PRINT
ING liOt'SE, ANN AliBOK, MICH. 4S
S en i
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v.tf imvTurrs I w rt r
;DRUID " HOSPITAL,
U v ..ornci ct mters'. block, i
Cpt.oEioe & Eummrt Sts., Toledo, 0.
The Propria tor of the Kw Hospital ia one of the
eldest Practitioner a- tli. llaantee River,
having resided in Toledo over 80 years,
" Oarc all Privat and ChronioUiseuev -
' "5"he effects of Self-Abuie Pernu. ' ;
itli sHU3 vnrea. . write, or Gail
w ,nl be sttiafitO.
(On the Matrmee.)
For Training Young Men and Boys
ACTIVE BUSINESS MEN
In everything that pertaina to the business realities
01 ever yaaj nte.
In the State, and the only oneprovidicg
Situations for Worthy Graduates.
We Challenge ast Colleoe. and will forfeit
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS to any School that
winresem.a neiter system oi Business Trainc,
Business Calculations, and Business Penmanship,
To young men we will say, give ns a call before
yon enter any other School, and if yon find that we
have misrepresented onr School in any way, we
will, with plcsure, refund the tuition paid. I 'ill
any outer Liuege do thint
OYER XWEXTY XJSIJCS STAXMXV.'
Goods for Holiday Season
BRILLIANT DISPLAY AT
H. T. COOK & CO.'S,
137 Summit Street, Toledo.
The most lovely JEWELRY ever seen in the city,
Buitable for Birthdav, Christmas or
New Year Gifts.
tW Call and inspect.
' J.tr.&S. B. Pdne,
' laPOBIESS, ;
Wholesale and Retai
i OIiUBI III
Mode otHenring Head.' J Summit St., '
So. 1, around the head; t, fore-
head to nape; 3, ear to ear, TOLEDO, O.
over head; 4, temple to temple. 31-44
Y H.J. RAFFENSPERGER.
No. 1 Choice Lot on Summit
Street, 100zl65; only $5,500.
Ho. 2 Two teautiful Lots on
Summit Street, 50x165 feet, each
ITo. 3 Three choice Eesidence
Lots, cn Summit Street, 33zl65
feet; only $i,si0 eacn.
Ho. 4 Fonr extra Lnildinst
Lots, same locality, DxlbDiest,
cneap as aire at eacn.
ITo. 5 Five desirahle Eesidence
Lots, same location, 20x1 65 feet,
only $1,100 eacn.
The above lota all front on 8t"MMlT STREET
Street Hallway, Gas Water and Sewerage
Notwitbstandine the extremely low prices asked
for the above property, we are authorized to offer
TERM payments to purchasers.
We hazard nothine In sayinc that the prices
asked above are fearfully low, as the property is
A wo. i. ixt not let me opportunity pass un
improved. H. J. RAFFENSPERGER,
Jfo.l Myers Block.
n. l. notixrwiT.
Auchard & Holloway.
Business Strictly Agency.
A nest new house of six rooms, lot StuxlM to
alley, on Floyd, near Adams street, on easy term
A lot 30x100, on Adams, between 13th and 14th
street $65 per foot; easy terms.
on Broadway, near Junction of Street Cars and
Narrow Gauge Railroad, on easy terms W,0.
6X acres on Lagrange street, near the Toledo
ureery, covered with a one grove oi secona
growth hickories $10,(Ki0; easy terms.
A neat new bouse, six rooms, lot 40x194, with
alley, on Prescott street, near Adams, at $2,500, in
49x128 feet on Huron, near Oak street, with
donble house, at $4,000: chean and easy terms.
A good new house, seven rooms, callar and cis
tern, Iot4'2xl40, near Broadway, at Junction Street
Cars and Narrow Ganee Road, at $2,u)0.
A house a and lot on Illinois street, near 13th J
Jlsw: on easy terms.
Forty-eight acres of good Land, Stf miles, west
ot vv agon orKs, x mile south ot Monroe street
$i3 per acre.
A very nice large Honse, with all conveniences,
lot 80x220. Swavne's Place $12,000.
A new two-story Frame House, comer f Warren
and Prescott street-$4,ii00.
A (rood two-story Brick House, 10 rooms, in nice
order, with barn. Lot SOxlSO, with alley. Just off
.Cherry street $8,600.
A very desirable House and Lot on Eighteenth
street, between Madison and Jefferson, on easy
payments, at $5,700.
139 Feet on Adams street, opposite Park Place,
$50 per foot ; easy terms.
Twenty-tour nice Lots, irontmg ononn, union
and Bancroft streets. Lots lay high and dry, with
sandy soil. Will sell on long time, with small
A very desirable House and Lot on Seventeenth
street, between Madison and Adams. 10 rooms, lot
45x100 ; on Payments.
Two ixits on uaKwooa Aauiuon, on union ana
ltcn streets, cneap.
A nice Lot on Eighteenth street, between Madi
son and JeffersoD, 50x100 $40 per foot ; yt cash.
No. i Anderson Block, Toledo, O.
I NOW OFFER FIFTY
those choice and desirable Lots of minelyinginj
2d Addition to Toledo,
and near the present terminus of the
SUMMIT STREET RAILROAD.
These lota are on Summit Avenue. Erie, Chase,
Ontario, Michigan, woortrnlt ana Galena streets,
ana near the
UNION DEPOT CROUNOS.
SOLD AT LOW RATES!
And on Eight Years Time to those wishing to
to build, with a fair Jteuuctwn or Conn.
This property was purchased many years ago by
G. NICHOLS, and cnnsaonenlly can be sold at
much lower rates than that purchased recently, and
LOWER THASAXY OTHER IX THE CITT,
taking Into consideration the location.
I Will Sell a Whole Block!
any one wishing to invest and realize one hun-
ureu per ecru iu a euuri ume.
For particular! inqutre of . ,
NICHOLS & C0LB7,
Over the Toledo National Bask, or of the under
signed at his leaidenco on the River, near the
F. L. NICHOLS,
43 39 years ss the Rivar.
5 and G CampbelVt Block,
Comer St. Clair and Jefferson Streets, Toiedo, 0
HAS a most Desimble selection of City Propertv
for sale, comprising some ot the choicest prop
erty m Toledo. Persons intending to locate at
Toledo w ill do well to call at his office, he being a
resident of Lucas county since 1S37.
DO YOU WISH TO INVEST IX
If so, loose no time in calline on T. QUIGLEY,
a resident of the county for a. years. Ue has a
variety of the choicest property in the city for im
FOH SALE 30 lots in Fifth Ward.
40 " Brown's Addition,
if K) " Sixth Ward.
' - Eighth Ward.
27 " Fourth Ward.
36 " Seventh Ward.
Real Estate Atrent, Auctioneer and General Inte)
46 igence Office. Toledo.
Ssccessor to Sherwood, Barker & Co.,
1M C 4M
Laces, Embroidery and Novelties
109 Summit Street, Toledo.
CORNER MONROE AND ERIE STREETS,
Having constructed a spacious building
prepared to till all orders in onr line, b
MONUMENTS & MANTLES.
Constanstantly on hand American, Italian, Lisbon
ana Belgian juaroie. Atso American and
49yl S. CLARK & CO.
0. J. HOPKINS,
iiieii ran AND IWll
No. 4 Myers' Block, TOLEDO, 0.
P. B. LAIDLAW,
(Successor to Wx. Palxer,)
Plain d faiznid SI:'.: E::!sr,
AND DEALER IN ALL KIKDS OW
GALVANIZED IRON RIDGE CAPPING, ic.
Orders from all parts of the State Solicited.
No. 170-SUMMIT STREET No. 170
TOLEDO, O. 31-44
St. Vincent Restaurant
On the European Plan.
Keep constantly on hand
The Best the Market Affords.
OYSTERS IN ALL STYLES, GAME, &c.
LODGLNG AND MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
01 Summit Street, Toledo, Ohio.
FROST k WILLIAMS,
WINDOW SHADES, LACE CURTAINS,
Pctares and Picture Frames,
Plain and Decorative Wall Paper,
The Best and Cheapest House in the City.
147 Summit Street., TOLEDO, OHIO.
tr" Those visiting the Corn
largely by giving thein a eali.
C5!v will Drofir
Toledo Artificial Marble Works
WAINSCOTING, BASE. BOARDS,
General Decorations for Walls and Floors,
Corner St Clair and Jefferson Sts.,
T. S. BRIDGMAN & CO., Prop's.
WHOLESALE JOBBERS OP
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
ROOM S, TORT IXBV&I&T BLOCK,
46 Summit St., Toledo.
EF-Conntry business tollcited. 49-1;
I.F yon Bhocld require a horso, bnggy or wagon
a set of excellent harne?, CLIEAP r.t,-T or second-hand
etoves, household or office furnitnre, dry
goods, hata, caps, rugs, or in fact anything, at far
more reasonable prices than the cheapest iu the
trade, call at
C-EAHAU & GO'S AUCTI01T BOOlf
45 Monroe St., Toledo.
S.B. FULLER, Auctioneer. 49yl
Toledo Plating Works,
No. 240 Summit St., Toledo, O.
Gold and Silver Plating Done.
NEW WARE CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Particular attention paid to
Replacing and Repairing of Old Ware,
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
3S-S0 1 T.J. HILLS, Snpt.
FILES, HASPS & SAWS!
WHERE DO YOUGET THEM?
Save money and get the best hotne-ma3et and
warntotea, Dy calling on or aoiresems
J. W. BADDELY,
OHIO FILE WOBKS,
92 St. Clair Stiest, Toledo, Ohio-
Established 1866, and formerly of the Stnbba Fila
Old flies re-cut and warranted good as new.
n Save money by buying of the manufacturer.
HATS! HATS!! HATS!!!
For tiie Best and a Bargain call on
(Tp the Steps.)
SILK AXD KERSEY HATS.
Old ones madenp in the Litest styles. Blocking, Ac
W Satisfaction Guaranteed, prices tawer than
the lowest. 42-s
GENTS' SILK HATS
59 Snmmit Street; Toledo.
PRIC E LIST, $3.00, $4.00, $5.00, $6.00
These Hate cannot bo rwinht by the dozen any
less, so ym can save two pruilts hy X. them
directly from the Fnctory. And if yon tire not sat
isfied you can return thera hy iwyir express
SEARS & HOLLAND LUMBER CO.
MANUFACTURERS ASD DEALERS IN
Rough & Dressed Pine,
Flooring, Siding, Shingles,
Posts and Pickets,
SEASONED UTPERS AND SELECTS.VARIOUS
THICKNESSES AND LENGTHS.
Snperlor Street, on Swin Creek,
V. B. SNYDER I CO.,
WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL DEALER IS
Carpetings, Oil Cloths,
MATTINGS, MATS, RUGS,
House Furnishing Goods, Lace Curhins,
WINDOW SHADES AND HOLLANDS,
117 & 119 Summit St., T0LED3, 0.
M.innfnctcren ot Sprinr Mattresfi-s ni;.-! kinds
Bcii'iing. . 47-7
The Most Complete Machine in the World!
It has bnt few parts and is always ready to work.
There are no liolea to thread either above or in tits
shuttle. Is perfectly safe if accidentally tamed
backward. Its lightness and easy running com
mends it to the most delicate. It Is substantially
constrncted, adjusted on steel centers, and ttiereby
avoids friction. It makes the least noise; has self
setting needles; never skips stitches nor breaks
the thread. Is the most easily learned. Can be
instantly adjnsted, snd works from 800 to No. M
cotton. Every machine is warranted.
LIVE AGENT WANTED for FREMONT DISTRICT.
Office and Show Room:
3 Madison Street, (Boody House Block), Tolo.
E H.HiBBnCTOl TItnagtr.
Si ! T'' -1 M
f: iff $ .
' j; ReUiled
1 1 PRICES. Jjjjjjj