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Ad Independent Ixcal Journal, Pub llshed tvcrv Friday morning at Alnvi. Uraliot Co., Mich. Miss C M Klmiiso Editor and Pub lisher. TERMS II oo '-r vcar in mlvanoo; t for i iii-mh; :kw for thr- iimniM Mute of ilv'rtMiitf iiih t known iii i 1 1 ! i i -ortli-e in Opera lloii-o iti K, ov.-r Wcbo Drug Store. Huslnrss Directory. ii ci icr i kh. . m. cmriVci'i " MORNMNO tWrlce 10: Ml; Kiimtny School li:U0. Urrnlny Mrvit J. w.srTTOy.TMtnr, CONO L cmiJltCJlI, SEItVlCF. in WrlghfuOpi r lfoie Ht M;30 a la !! 7;D0 p iu Sanruith n bo. IS -.no J, Van ANTWKItr, rnitor Win. Mover ToM. No. 1M. Dop'tof MW'h.,(S A. It., wet on tnl. Ami 4ib. Thursday of rath inmiih C. H. AXTBi.L, t'md. A. Ybrisoto. AdJ't. II A. N K K. II H. w1w75T.'TiuR(BK"i"co'.'t A General VUnkin? HulnMis Transact! Denier in Foreign and D'un.'stlo Kubmige Special Atteutlon (ilven to e. ollfctiona. WM. S.1XHOK, A. W. WUUillT. II. H. WAHU, J.H.MCA'-XH. C.i.WllWIli, Cratlot County Savings Bank. MABCl'M PoLLASK V Prslderit. K. It. Wit.bBT Cashier. Incorporated under the law of the ktate of 'Transact a renornl bnaklnir business. Drawn draft nvnllahle anvwhre In Europe or America. DepoIMr I UK) tof lO.UU) ret-rivad. and iiitort-tt tillnwed on snme under the rule of the hank. Doii'-y t loin ou u.l real re late ecurttj. Collection given prompt atU'B tlon. 1 'I'tiieMMioiial. C. L. DOWNIE. M. D. ENKRAL Practice. OlIHe: back room in Webb's Drug Sforo, J. F. SUYDAM. T-HTiriAi and Sunreon. Dfflcp hours":!) XT to h. m. 12:20 to 2. in. ami 7 to 8 p, m, oraccln v right Opera Houne liloca, S. D. YERINCTON, P'i ILA, m 1C1NU Pbyslcinn. Office-hourn;B to II m, Zto 4 p in. oirlco in v?ib I)ru at a, llack rooms up stairs DENTISTRY. J. W, KAZEBEE, D. D.S. Office, oyer Gratiot County favln; Dank. Golti tllUtur by th hap of the Klectro Matrot-tlc Mallft a sprcialtv. A tiQclal te-th Inserted on ffold.mt)lor or celulnld tafo. All work ruaran led to if Ire SHtisfaotton. Alma. Mich. C. II MECHANICAL 4 OPERATIVE :deittist! St. Louis, Mich. Orery practical Invention or Jnjprotemeut lath profession anade uso of as desired. AITO I IN 10 Y H. ""fR AN CI i" PALMER. ATTORNEY at Law and Notary Public. Pension pacr eiccuti-d, nnd all other Loyal payrs inrn'ftly and neatly drawn, Oftice ovrr IH-Ievan & (. o.'s storo J. L.CLARK ATTORNEY andCouniH-lorat Iaw All b-tral buslines by It-ttiT r othirfise, will Iw , pronptly attciKiod to, UQicv in linrtons brick : KIwck, upstairs, MARCUS POLLASKY. a TTORNEY and Counseloi at law an Sol 'A.loltor In fhanrery. Practices in all the tat aod Unit d States courta. Particular at tention paid t colltjctlona and remittance promptly made. Money to loan, Offlco oppo : lt the new hotel. M IHCKLLAN KOXJ S. DAVIO LEACH .lOOT AND HIIOE maker, repairinf dona MJ promptly. of LoTeland'a romptl State htn-et, first door sou in furniture store. SIMON FINK. DEALER In th best brauds of Ciyara, Tob acco Pipes Wines and Liquors. Pura Aleo 'tool a spex-iaity HASTINGS Sl WELLS, CIVIL ENOIN EKKS k M HVEYORS. tur Teytna;, Levelina and Railroad work. Real irnera setfreoof cbsnrt on all lands pur chased of us. otnceln Martia Ooff's block, .it. Louis. Gratiot Co.. Mlcb. Vbauk K. MtKlHKK. KU. F. MCRIMKTE Murdoch Bros limnlrm in and all kinds of Cemetry work. All work warranted first-class, and as cheap anywhere In to suiia. Saa-lnaw St. 8t. Louis, Mich. LVSURE YOUR PROPERTY! We represent lb following first cla mpanies. PUENIX, of Brooklyn. N. Y. UNION, of fciftn Kruncico, C'al. riHEMKNS' FUND, of California LIVERPOOL & LONDON ii (iLOBE. SUN TIKE. oI'Lontlon. We can autUfy I be itiost piirticubir. Katr rea-iooable. Oltkuin tbc batik. WaRH & t'OATKS, Ajjrnts, Alma, Michigan, ALMA INSl'HANCE A(iENUY HOML-New York . . '. UNDERWRHERS-Ncw York, . HARTFORD- FIRE ASSOCIATION-Phlla. AMERICAN- A trl ICC LTl'R.M-Wnt. i town. . MICH. KIRK A MARINi;-i trolt lilt NI RAPIDS lirsnd ItHppIs N. Y Conn. Pa N. Mich MSW V lit K 1.1 I K . . N. Y ACCIDENT l.NS. CO.. .of North America. Justice T li I'oaro AND CONVEYANCEIl. All legal papers drawn itk ncatncBS iti-1 dispntcli. Itcal IMato Agency. WilHiandle Real E-tute on rfacoiiabk' ternn. Olllce ona floor eH-t of H. W. Ellison's itoru. A. EUINOTON. Pollasky & Waldby, Kail Es'a'eU okers md Money Lender. $100,000 to Loan ()a jr. ol Ite.il K tate Security. Insure Your Property. We have the agency f t t' e fol'ow'ng wcll-ki own a:.'l tellable companies: NORTH RRITISH A- MERCANTILE, oi jAml n and Ldmhi gti. WE Vldl ESTER of New York. AMAZON, of Cincinnati Agentifor the celtbiMed GUION LINE of Fast Msil St ara-rs. T;tk ets for sale. Bpccisl Mention given to collecting Rents, Accounts, etc. Good far. is for sale. JIarcci Pollasky. IL B. Walbbt, nrTT IT TI Vol 7, No. 32, HERE, THERE AM) ELSE WHERE. Ke.nl the supplemeot. Old papers for sale at thlsoflico. Wood taken on subscription at this of fice. We know of but one vacant home i;i town. Itla-a it agitstioR the street lighting pi stlon. A gool fire proof Snfe for sale. Kn fjnircnfS. II. Iireland, Alma, You will get a handsome pic lire card witk every purchase at K. L. Btark's. K S. Wood, of Alma, commences a A months' term of school in district No. 7, Newark, Monday rex'. This will bo his second term there. The ladies of the Conp relational Socie ty w'll give a Chicken Pi Supper In C M. Scott's rooms, Tuesday evening, Nov Kith. Supper will be served trom five to teniAloik. Come and give us arothtr lifitiwards the tower. It is said cows in some parts of lie ctate are dying (rom the tfiecU of eating rotten potatoes. We have a pocr orinion of ftrmers who will fted their cows tuch at emtnable stuff. The ces j shoul i bo re versed lit the man die and the cow liv.-. I Ihe village council dots tot intend to supply street lamps in Holly, we earnestly beg on bthalf of the entire community that they petition the ruler of the universe to stop the wheals and keep the moon sta tionary above Holly. Holly Advertiser. Alma's last chance is now gone. No moonlight up this way so street lamps must be resorted t", sure. The Detroit Commercial Advertiser is verychtety. It sends out a local notice which would come to between $6 and $7 and asks the editors to publish it in pay meet for the Advertiser one year, and asks the editor to send his own publication in exchange, also. No, thanks, not any for us. e are s riy to see t iat the notice is being published by a food many of our xchanees, however, and thus another 1 t ery concern is nourished acd kep aliv.. A fine full-length steel engraving of the late Gen. Grant, published by Geo. Stin son it C i.. the well-known art publish rst now adorns our home. It is aftr r Ander son's celebrated photograph which was rrade when the General was still in full vigor, and represent him in bis sturt'y manly strength, as the people wish to ra' member him. It is undoubtedly the best p r'.rait ever made ol hit --A -'- - is the tomes of his admirers throughout thelaad. Married, Oc. 28, 1685, at the reeidecoe of the bride's mother. (Mre James Wood.) by the Ilev. I. H. Ulddl ck, pastor ol the M l church of Caro, assisted by K.t. C. L Wood of the U. B. church. Mr. II ulbert E Brooks, of Stanton, and Miss Lucretia M WckI, of Alma. After recaiving the ct n- (jtatuU'i)ns of friends the happy couple started ess' ward with the expectation ol returning soon and making their he rue In this section, The Grand Haven Herald reaches oar table every week and is read with interest and tbtmany good things It contains duly appreciated. We ft el more than .a pass ing Interest in "that little city by the sea," for in '64 It was there that we entered into this busy world, aad in 'C7 it was there that the kindest and best parents child ever had were called to their reward. Death did not separate them long, as one followed the other In less than a week's time. We have never been there since but ihe name Grand Havin, wl 1 always have a sad sound to us. One d;tv this week wc counted up poms of the new buildings that have been erect ed this summer and the result wa quite n surprise to us. In that portion of town iyiiiir east of Wood wort li avenue the smallest portion of town we found thst eleven new houses had been built the past summer, and two more repaired and fixed over so that they are almost the same as new. This is not bad, is it? Then aside front this comes the new school house n luxury a town does not indulge in eveiy summer and tic new sanitarium In courte construction, and the new Iron bridge. When we have an opportunity to look up the improvements in other parts of the town we shall give the results, and we don't believe any of our citizens will have eaue to be n!iamed of the progress our town has nvide this summer. On Tuesday nltfht l.tst tie h..ue of W. J. I'endell, w ho liveson M ttion .''. NewHav. en, Mas robbed or fMi. lwo piidiors. with a wacoti. who give tln ir i :.im s an Peters and Edit k, and claim to It il from Ionia, stopped at Mr. PendeH s on tne niight hi question. They were ass'jrncd a rooai in which hung a c oat. In the inside pock et cf this c at was a memorandum lxok containing f SO. Ou the following morn ing. Mr. 1'eiidill looked for tie money, but it was gone. lie then accused the par ties of the theft, but they denied It. A warrant wi subscplently issued by Jus tice Moore of New Hav n for their arrest, and upon Ix-'ne arraigned tley pleaded not gumy, wnen inotase was adjourned uuti yesier.ljy at 2 p.m. In the meantime Mr. I'endell came here and consult- d I'rcvu cut ing Attorney Clark, who Wcnniu salis.'icd that the papers under which, the acemed were King held were Irregiilur, and oid.T ed new ones issued before Justice llrown w hen the olllcers proceeded to New Haven aou re arr sum me petiieM, wno are now in jail awaiting examination. Gratiot ' Journal. " A TT DEVOTED TO THE Alma, A. I'. Moore, of rfe'h'.on, was in town Fridy,lait week. Jo-eph E lnon will real the Recoiiu henceforth and be happy.; We want a ccrrtfpondwnt in every lo cility whre there is any news. The ofiU ials of the D., L. N. and the O HA I. railways icept cted their respect ive roads last week. Gracdpt Axtcll lo.k very nraillng now- aiUys. Oc'.obc Uliha fire bjur cing boy arrived at Chas. E. Hill's home. Theflcgonthe Ojcra House has been at hJf-mast this wek iu honor of the memory of the late Geo. D. lltrton. An exchange says : If you can't say a good word for your town, take pattorn af. ter the oyster and keep a cloie mouth. The stone abutments for the new bridge are completed and look solid enough to support all the weight that will ever be put up:n them. In Grand Tiavcrs? they send oat busses to gather up tho sinners and bring them o church. No excuse for not attending church in thit city. The vault in the ofOce of the Register of Deeds, at Ithara, will be enlarged at a coetof about $100. Scarcity of room rin drs the (hangs ntessry. Nov. 1st w&squitea "beautiful" day in this vicinity. About two inches of it fell acd the sma'l boys levelled in snow balls and sleigh rides, on a small scale. Geo. I. Stone, formerly of C irson City, aad recently of Lowell, will practice law at Ithaca hereafter. We have often heard him spoken of as a good lawyer. On Nor. ICth the Ladies' Library As sociation of St. Louis will open an antique art loan and fair which they will keep ojen one week possibly longer. R.v. Chas. II. Stevens, at one time pai tor of the Congregational society of this place, send a dollar all the way from Cnenoa, III, and wants the Record sent in rtturn. Snow shovels were in demand Monday morning and the gentlemen of little mus cle puffed away yigoronsly as tbey per- f irmed the trsk of removing tho "Leaoti ful" from the walks. C. F. Overacker, formerly publisher of ihe Biline Obeerver, is now talking of stablishing a newspaper at Salt River. We have Leard of thiags going np "Salt Creek." 3fo insinuation intended. The R-ed City hospital and sanitarium is opea for business once more. Dr. C. II Whlli r,f k l management and the citizens are hoping it will prove more sueceseial in the future than it has in the past. The Grand Ti averse Herald is one of tho many good papers recently added to oar exchange list. The Herald is a mam momth eight column quarto, ably edited, finely printed, and contains enough read Ing matter to ast ote a week, almost. On Tuesday tho 27th ult., Lewis Jarvis. an old man of nearly 84 ytars, who resid od in Emerson township, committed sai oldo by catting his throat with a razor. Old age and some domestic troubles are the supposed causes of the terrible deed. We ei joyed a short call at the Alma Woolen Mills one day last week. It is worthwhile to visit tho building Just to see the machlaery in operation. When space permits we iotend giviagashort descpription of this note worthy institu tion. Messrs. Btinson & Co., of Portland, Me., are ia need of agents for several import aat, popular new publications, and offer inducemtnts that should be heeded by loose In nied of profitable work; thote ho write to them will receive tree, full parlicul .ra. The following sentences were imposed by Judge Hart of the Gratiot county cir cuit: James Hill, ninety days at Ionia, for larceny ; George Myers, one year at Jack son. for larceny from the person; James Miller, two years at Jackson, for larceny; I )hn Voorheis, five years at Jackson, for liminal nssaul'. Mary French-Canadian families are leaving M-ntrt al to ftek employment in the United Ststea. Who knowna what niimrnt some of thm rusv reach this wn bringing ths tetr.ble ibiecliou with them? Should not some s'ers be taken in this matter! "An ounce of prtYtntion" ould o a ltng wsy in this esse. An advertisement of Join R. GouhV new book, ' Liting Truth fr Head and Ifeirt," will be found in another column. We have tke b ok and do not hisita o to ay iht it ia a txok tt.at should be in cv ery family. W hea we have locked It through more thoroughly wo eha'l give an exunded review of it In thraic- lamns. A. II Hsrt, a rV. Iuis merchant, has been anncyed late'y b" having some per son watch him through the tky light as he counted his lard earned shekels and made other preparations to cloee the st re f r the riiLt. Anilfirt was made one uir lit last we k to capture the bold, tad man." but he rsn so fast that the effort was not succestful. Frfhebr n fit of he per on who thouglt it tucny that Mr. Toby should hav teen Kent to the Soldiers' II me when there ipn'l any jet. we would rey that frr the present all pets ns who are to be adraitt ed to the Home when completed, are cared fcr at S'. Miks Home, Grand Rpid About 20 are thtre at r.senl and more exnectcd. We might have made the sta'emmtin 1 clearer manner last week b.t we supposed ertryote underdo d it TA AT ISTTEXZZCTC Or .JLXjIvCA. "VICIlTITTr. Mich.. Friday, November 6. 1885. II. F. I. Schneider returned from his kunting trip Monday. A Meet hop will be given nt Wright's Optra House, Wednesday evening ntjxt, Nov. llth. J. W. Kirk, in u.s-. r of the E. L. Stavk hoot and. shoe store, U vlsiling friends in Lowell this week. The employ oH of the G. R. A I, Ry are beir g vac-c ii.uted i i accotil uicj wifi or ders from hdi Iquatters. A small army of workmen are now en gaged upon the iuteiior of the sanitarium I'laNtcring will commence Monday, G. W. Abbott is an old pedagogue and if he does not find something that suits him better he may enter that profession again. J. E. Parkinson, of the new t?wn of Parkinson, was In town Saturday and made the printers happy by pacing his subscriprion. Marcus Pollasky has evidently grown tired of boarding; at any rate he and Mrs P, are pleasantly situated iu their new home and seem to Lo enjoying house keeping. James T. Edwards has secured a posi tion as traveling salesman for a Orand Rapids clothing house. He started Sat urday for the valley city to enter lipjn his new duties. "Fools rush in where angels fear to tread." We are going to play angel this time and stay out of the skating rink discussion. You know Just as much about it aa we uo.' R. II. CaJwell, a well known and n spected citizen of Ithaca, has "akippvd out" and the community Is busy trying to imegine why. At last accounts the; had not b:en able to guess. The oilice hours of the bank of W. 8. Turck A Co., have keen changed to a'and ard time and will hereafter be as fellows: From :'M to 1 1 :30 a. m. , and from 12 :30 te S.UO p. tn. Remember the change. Tubbs A Fordyce furnish the best kind of meats, give full weight, arc reasonable in their prices, and aro always courteous to their customers. It is needless to add that they ate getting their share of trade. No action has yet been taken in the matter of street lighting, but we feel confident that something will be done because everyone is si much in favor of the move. Can't be done any too soon. A fine lot of printing was done at this office last week for the bank of Wm. 8. Turtk A Co. The business men begin to us their orders. G C. has informed the American citi zens that they may be duly thankful on Not. 20. Fattening turkeys will bo the next great act. We will not be troubled that way, however, 'cause tae turney is a minus quantity. Tho Hubbard Voice Company will give a free concert at the Methodist church next Tuesday evening, November 10. They propose to organize a class in voice culture, and those who attend will be told all about this at tho cl"se of the concert. Fred Roberta, of the Wright House, has received a deserved promotion. He has been bell boy in that well known and popular house for some time and on Monday last he was elevated to the dig nified position of night clerk. Glad to see it. The Opera House has received a thor ough scrubbing out this week and the floor has been made as level, well, real level. This will undoubtedly bo appre ciated by the iople who attend the par ties given there and indulge in "trip ping the liht fantastic" Harry Wilson and John Harris started Thurftday for the tipper peninsula. Mr. Harris will simply take a sort of bird's eye view of that country and return, while Mr. Wilson proposes to stay dur ing the winter. Here's hoping they won't loth freeze to death. Wc don't wish to create a panic, or any thing of that sort, but wouldn't it be well to take some precautionary measure iii.-iinat tlie tvsh'i Ma introduction of small pox t Other towns art not idle in this respect and wc don't tee that Alma stands any hotter chances of est-apiii' than a good many other towns. The late George D. Rarton, It has been learned since our announcement of last week, died of heart disease, with scarcely a moment's warning. Helndboen woik Ing busily during the day. and iu the even ing complai ed of a pain In his chest, but nothing serious was nppie hendrd. With in half an hour he was dead. The news created profound sorrow here, where Mr. Bar. on had been so long and favorably known and had attracted to himself so nnnv friends, and has not yet ceased to be a general topic of conversation. FOREST HILL. CorreKinlenco of the RixoriB. Work will lo cornmetced tn the depot this week. r.Hllastiug on the R. R. is nearly com pleted to this place. Amasa Bunker n Jnires over the advent of a bouncing boy at Ins hoiis-. Vminr winter is niK.n us with hits of corn yet to hu-k. but we hope for some tine weather yet. Mrs Evileth Packard, of Chatham, O., U vixitmv her brother, H. W. Sanda'l. al so Samuel Sears and wife nt Levi Whites. Mrs Thomas Courier returned home on thaTifTln and Wellincton excursion last Tuesday. The rest of the party from this place expect to return 'redncsuay, rtov.a RECORD We are very glad to read your exposure ol Che swindling piactu ed on I be fmim rs especially of the lloheioisn oats. No good paper will uphold Hiich rascality its is prac ticed by these men. In repaid to the question propounded to me in your rarcr of Oct. 2.'M I uould sav that no such complaint was ever :i ado to our knowledge, but that a Certain school teacher of Alma can tell you moie about it if you w ish to kn -w. A man from Salt River Is expec ted to do ihe woodwork Iu connection wnh the blacksmith shop. 11 e exf cts to lo l.eie as soon as a stock can lie seemed. Now bring ou your work, thev can do it cheap er than any man la the larger 'awns. We more than smiled when we read th big words which your correspondent from Parkinson indulged in. Guess if he looks In his dictionary the words do not inear. just what he thought they did. We are surprised at the number of names on his petition as on'y about 12 heads of Tamil ie. get mail at Forest II '11 and we are eer. tain that not half that number would gel their mall at Parkinson , hut have since learned that persons 4 orTimi es south west of here have signed the petition iust to make the old man feel good. This is hardly business as only those who expect to get mail at that ofllce should have o say in the matter. Anyone who seeks t build themselves up by willful misrepre sentation and falsehood will never sue ceed. BVSIXESS LOCAL A . O Davis presents his compliments to the ladies of Alma and begs to inform ihein ih it he makes specialty of cutting air, trimming bangs and shampooin g. 1 also sell flue perfumed hair oils. Pleasu give me a call. A. O. Davis, Fashionable Barber nd Hair Dre ser, Alma, Mich. House and Lot for Palo. Very desirable house and lot on south side of the river in Alma. Inquire of Frt-d Ely, at the post office 310 4 Farms for Sale. Six SO acre lots, partially improved sad wild, will be sold at a bargain. J. W. MCLEOD, Alma, July, , Farms for Sale. Parties.wanting to purchase a far. will find it to their interest to call at the Bank ofW.8. Turck A Co., Alma, Mich., be fore purchasing elsewhere. For Sale or Kxchange. My livery stock la A Ima. Good horses, good buggies and good trade. Will sell for cash, or exchange for desirable prop erty. Being blind I desire to quit the business. Call on or address E. arrant. Alma, Mich. I.VUf Lost In the alley Utween McLeod's stere aid Geo. Best's cooper short en tv .'uuai - win oe suiiaoTv rewarded or leaving it at J. W. McLeod's store. For Sale: A house and i acre lot in the central part or the village. Good barn oi the lot whim can be made into a com fortable dwelling. The property will lie sold entire or divided to auit purchasers. Enquire of A irinjrton ALMA MARKET REPORT Corrected overy Friday mornta by W right ftchneldar k 8tutti,Unral Merchants. Whitb Wheat , Itco Wriit ... New Oats ... 1'oTAToas HtTTBB K04J . 1H MS .7.7.'.'." '.184.108.40.206.7 nois it i" BA Corn B. S. WEBB, BOOKSELLER, No. W, Wiigkt Block, ALMA. MICHIGAN. I Sell the Fion Tro ha. IM EW Just Opened. Fet hting A Haskell have opened n new meat market on Superior street, nearly opposite the Methodist clr.iTh, where you can alwnys ti ml a complete as sortment of f i call am! salt meats and fifb. Butter & eggs bought and sold. Highest market price paid. Cash paid lot hydes and pelts. Call in and see us. mm m a ii LYJU I Whole No. 344, p (D ra 0) err 0 0 0 i Q 0 err- P H' P SI DR. J. F. SUYDAM, H)l(Uftrt?rs for DRUGS, MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, Ami an attractire line of TOBACCO AND CIGARS Prescriptions a r-pccialtj, and correctly compounded d:iv or niirlit. o ft ; rrri 5S3 &03 o j O S f? ss r - a rr ?? n B c n in H on C e-f x r " " " JOB "WOBZI OF ALL KINDS DONK AT This Office LKTTKR IlKAItf, MTK rlKAD. KNVKI-OI'KS, illl.I. HKADft 1'OiTKUS. IIAXf) Htl.lV HLfXTIOK TICKKTK SUr-i Ac Rapid fiitc!as work, nt livit;jj rates. w CD P3 CO c- -i CD O CD CD P CD O 3 lf"u CD tn e-r-U o cf- O O B a c- CD 3 3 J.W.MCLEOD General Merchandise, Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions, Boots and Shoes. READY MADE CLOTHING, AND Gents Furnishing Goods, LOW PRICES AD PQUARE DE.M. . INO. COMK AND SEE US. NO TROUBLE TO SHOW OOOD3 J W McLeod BOOTS AND SHOES ! Largest Stock, Best Goods, Lowest Prices. The above is .1 fact not fiction. M stock is complt to m cverv par ticular. A Iar:c tock'of Rubber Goods -JUoT HKCKIVKD- Ladies Rubbers 45c. Kvcrytliin rlo in jiroportion. Call and examine. W. R.KINCH.