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4 RF.nORTI
t.nt I.nral Journal Pub.
.eJ every Friday morning at
Alms, Gratiot Co., Mich.
Miss C M. Flfmino Editor and Pub
lisher. TERNIS-H 00 pr yar in iw1ne: Ge
for li months; nc for three months Kates
r jtiirHiliiit niu.U known mi kmillefttlon.
Offlee in Opura llusa Block, over Webb's
Drug 8 tore.
1 us in oss Directory.
HOCIKTIKK
" M."ic? cii u iVci r "
M
ORM1NG Serrice 10;M; Sunday School
U5:(W. BTenlng- sorrloe 7:
J. W. SUTTON, Pastor,
CONO'L CHUKCHI.
s
SUV1CRH In Wright's Opera House at W:0
a in sad T 30 pm! Satiunt ti rMoi z ;un
J. Vin ANTWIUll', Pastor
a. a. it.
l-TT UniorPml. Nn. lleu'H.f Mich., fl
W a ' k.. meet on tml. an.i tb. Thursday of
rauh in-mth
C H. AXTSU-.temd.
A, YsaiNutOK, AdJ't.
HA. N It K. K H.
VM. S. TURCK & CO.,
a r.eiKrtl llvitcl.w llnlns TrHniactol
licaWatri Foreign ami lioniestio KcruiiK
SnocUl Attention (liven to ( ollectlona.
WU l.TI'lirk. A. W.WKUS1IT. (1. S. WAHII
J. H.EAXll. C. K. W KIISTKU,
Cratlot County Savings Dank.
II 11. Wai.miv Cashier,
Incorporated under the laws of the state of
.M1CIIIK".
Trun.nots n ae-ierHl bnukictr Idleness
Draw. 1ratt available unvwhrre In lurope or
Am.-ili . I)eiiosit of f 1 HU tn f 10.IMJ receive.!
mill interest allowed on Hume inlr tho rules
of the hank. Mi'ii'-y to lo-iii on koi real es
tate RUnty. t ollectlons irlTon prompt auea
ttn.
l'rlMioiiHl,
"C." CT DO VV N I E . M 7 D .
ENTrtAL Practice. Office; backroom in
J Webb's Drug Store,
J. F. SUYDAM.
PHTSfPIAi and Surgem, !Vice hours 7 :.'
to 8;W a. in. 1-:S) t ?p. m. an.i I to p, ui,
OSeoln Wright's Opt ra House IUh k,
S. D. YERINCTON,
Pit A, fc ICIN1 Pbvsioinn. (ffiili'nr;to 11
a. m, Sto p in. OHu-a in Webb's Dru
e. Hack rooms up stairs.
DENTISTRY.
J. W , KAZEBEE, D. D.S.
OflW over Gratiot County Pavlnir Bank,
(iolii tll'lug bv the use of tho Klectm Magnetic
M ilit t a Kpooialtv. A titbial to th luierl n
k'ol.i.rut.l'wror celuloi.l bau. All work jniaraii
I.eU to give satisfaction. Altnii, Mich.
C. XX. CX-XTXD-X-iZLi.
MECHANICAL & OPKltATIVE
DE1TTIST!
St. Louis, Mich.
Every practical invention it improvement
1 ailie profcsin mn.le !! of ii l Hir'il.
A'rn)llNl-A
FRANCIS PALMER.
Publlr.
V !' n.mll
1'lll'ClH I X-1'UIIM1, Illl'l Ull 'lll''l
l.fgnl oiipi r correctly aii'l maily drawn
Otlicv nvi r Pilivtin t o, union-
J7 L.CLARK
ATToItNP.V Mii.lt oun-M-li-r lit Luw Alll. al
t.ii-m.-c bv iMH-r or oth. fi-o. 'will !
pi..ii,I.ily am n.'l.'.l to, Otli. i ln llarn.ns brick
bluck, upstiiim,
MARCUS POLLASKY.
A TKi;NF.Y aii-1 Counw loi at law undS.-l-Aicitor
in 'h;in ry. I'rartici " in all tin-Mitt.-
niil 1' nlto .1 .tattv Murt, I'arttculur at
teniioti pub I to cllcctioiii an.i remittance
promptly mail-. Moncj to loan, Otlicc oppo
s i t the o'v hotel.
.MISCKLLANKdlTH.
DAVID LEACH
j h iT AMi HK nuiker. repairing lnf
X3 piumptlV. Mute Mil it. lit I il ii T WiUth
of Lo -elaii.l'a luiniture t..rc.
SIMON FINK.
DV.ALL.'i in tin- t.. t 1 ri.ii'l-of Vars Tol"
ace" I') I" s "i, ! ami Li'jU' ! . l'urc Alei
hul a peculty
HASTINCS Sl WELLS,
CIVIL L.Nti INI. KKS l HVKVOil.r Sor
cy uikf . Le elmtf uicl Kaili..:i.l w. .i k. H' nl
l'tnii'i . t Ui'i of ch;iiyi' . n all latcU pur
chv. .1 ol ii. tithe' In Mat-tie A liotl't block.
t. Louis, (iratlot Co.. Ml. h.
fRiHK F. ill lll'OI K. Fian. F. Ml tllKlCK
Mar dock llvos
Dw.iIhim iii
3Juthl$ f 0rnnitc Jllanumcnli
an 1 all kind. of Cetnetry work.
All woik vurrantcd flrRt-clUM?, and us chcaj
any wherein thw siiit1.
Butfiuii ?t. C Louis, Mich,
I.YSrW YOVll PROVERTU
NVc rt'i'irscnt Uio following first class
oni:i!)ic.
PI I KMX, of lirot.klyn. N. Y.
UNION, of San V'rancisco, ("al.
riUi:.Mi:NS" KLND. of California
I. IV KKl'OOL A: LONDON & CiLOE.
SUN KIKi:. r.f Lon-Jon.
We can eutUly the most jmrlii ular. Rates
re:nuiiiible. Ol!i'' in I he J :mk.
W'aKP it COATLS, Alft IltS,
Alinu, MiihL'aii.
ALMA INSUUANCE AGENCY.
HOL-Sew York N. Y
UIEIwltn i;Kj-New York, . .
ItAKTFtUth-
riRR ASSOCIATION -Phlla.
AMCftlcAN-
Ai'KICCLI CKAIz-Watettown, .
Ml II. FIKK A MAKINK l. trolt
J II NI lt APJIS-(irand Uapids
Conn.
Pa.
N. V.
Mi h.
n a vi iuitiv 1. 1 1 H
. N. V
ACCIDENT INS. CO.
..of North America.
Justice of the Peaco
AND CONVEYANCER,
All lecal papers drawn witU neatness
lei oupatch.
Ileal Kstatc Agency.
Yf ill handle Real Estate on reasonnble
Urals.
OfHc one door east of B. W. Ellison's
itore.
A. YKIIINGTON.
Pollasky & Waldby,
Real Estate Brokers and Money Lender.
$100,000 to Loan
On k d Real Eitate Security.
Insure Your Property.
I We have the scency for the fol'ow
ell-kt own ar.d r'I.ll coinpanics:
NORTH RRiriSU Ac MERCANTILE,
cf Lond n and Edinbargh.
WESTCHESTER, -f N"v York.
AMAZON, of Cincinnati
Agents for th cHobrat'.! GUION LINE
of Fast Mail Means rs. Tick
eU fer sale.
Special a'.tenllon c'cn to collecting
Heats, Accounts, etc. Good
fsras for sale.
U0tf JTOLtAStT.
IX B. Walibt,
r-TTTT IT TT
I oJtL AL1V1A
Vol. 7, No. 34.
HERE, THERE AMD ELSE
WHERE. Old papers for sale at this office.
Wood taken on subheription at this of
fice. J. R Axti 11 of Howell, is visiting his
son, C. H. Axtell.
istorm dixirs are taking th place of
screens, thene days.
Travt l on thig branch of the D. L. 3c
N. ii much improved.
Webb rays we can expect to see the
holiday goods arriving Bion.
Come to this office for tax receipts.
We can furnish them at a low figure.
Owokw has captured another manufac
turing enterprise. Patent medicine this
time.
K. W. Ely's many fricmls in this viclni.
ty will be glad to hetr what he has to say
in auc'thtr column.
I. N. Shepherd is the oew pott master
at Suit River and tho disappointed are
raising a great howl.
It is stated that F. O. Kneeland will
start a private bank in St. Louis about
the first of December.
The Standard oil company has the mo
nopoly of this State now, and oil hat
gone up 2 cents per gallon.
IHrara Tubbs and Mrs. Matilda Olds,
of Ilrfckenridge, were innrro d at St. Louis.
Nov. 15, by Rev. W C. Calland.
Airs. Geo. Bpayde, who lives about one
mile Ku h of town, ha bet n ill for om
time and hsr recovery is considered very
doubtful.
J. V. Johnson, who once owned the 8t.
Louis Democrat, haa recently cured a
poti'jou in the government printing ofice
at Washington.
Geo. and Rant. Whitney, of Mt, Tleaa
ant, have purchased the Kinter House at
Shepherd City and propose to run the
the same hereafter.
The Ladies Library was open last Sat
urday, afternoon and evening. Hereaft
er it will be open from Uto 0 o'clock in
the afternoon and from 7 to 8 in the even
ing, local time.
There will be union Thanksgiving ser
vices at the M. E. church on Thanksgiv
ingday at 10:.'10a. m. The Congregation
al pastor, Rev. J. Van Antwerp, will de
liver the address.
We enjoyed a pleasant call at the f
rice of tho Sheridan News, Monday. We
found Rro. Erown with a good supply of
w ork on hand, and everything lively.
Mr. Rrown is an energetic, worthy young
man and the business men j.liere should
give him their hearty support.
A masquerade ball will be given at
Wright's Opera House on Thanksgiving
evenitiL'. A prize will be triven to the
lady wearing the most handsome cos
tume, and one to the gentleman wearing
the most comical one. Excellent music
has been secured and thope who attend
w ill no doubt have an enjoyable time.
,T no. II- A' cold is the new station acnt
in Alma Mr.J. 11 l'hillips who has fill
ed that posi tii in very acceptably fr the
pas-t ear or m ri h'is received an appoint
ment at Bay City w here h will go toon.
Tho work lu re is quite heavy and many
times Mr. Phillips ha been grently over
worked, covered up in ftict, but he always
ma le the btt-t of it and pulled through
some way. The c-mpany has found it
necessary to send two men hre, Mr
Arnold as station agont, and another gen
tleman, w hone name we did not learn, a
as:itant. If they do their work in as kit
isfactory a manner as til l their predecess
or they will hear no grumbling from our
citizeus.
As a market Alma is hard to beat, when
the me of the town is considered. We
have taken the trouble to ascertain the
amount of wheat purchased here since the
wheat buying seaam opened, and the fig
urea given us by the two firms we have
every reason to believo are perfectly ac
curate :
II. A. Delevan fc Co.j Sl,4:tft
Wright, Bchneldtr arStuttz, 83.4SX
Total Hyr.
For all of this the highest market price
has been paid. During the wool buying
season 160,000 pounds of wool w as mar
keted here, in many instances parties
coming right away Irom home markets to
this place where they always found a
ready market and the highest cash prices
The amount of money paid for these two
staple products alone repnsents a nug
little sum.
Saturday morning lit a distressing ac
cident occurred at Il&mlin fc Green's
boop mill by which W. A. Thomas lost
his left hand. Th hoop planers became
clogged and he attempted to remove the
obstruction without stopping the machin
ery, when his hand was caught between
the two knivtfl and almost inttantly aev
ercd from the arm Jiut below the wrist
j ;int. lib w u brought up town for med-
icol care, and Dr. Downie, Ytrington and
bu)dar carefully dressed the wound and
did all in their powtr to alleviate his suf
fctings. Yesterday he was reported by
one of the attending physicians as doing
well. Mr. Tbomae had on at tbe tmi: of
the aec'.d.tt a lare, leather glove, atd it
is thought that the glove was
caught and drew his hand in the
machinery tefore. he realized his danger.
Fort n atelr Mr. Thomas is in comfortable
circumstanaes, whkh fact will go far
towards he!rinir him i?ar nulfilv t.t. of.
. .... -
flict on. lie is we'd known here and has
the sympttliy of Lis many friends.
A TV
JDTrVCDTXZJD TO TIH!
Alma,
Supt. Fish, of the D. I. & N. railroad,
was In town Wednesday.
A barrel-hoop factory ia in course of
construction at North Star.
Monday was a glorious day in this vi
cinity, as was also a part of Tuesday.
The Detroit Weekly Tribune and the
Ai.ma Recoiui one year for fl.SO, cash.
An exchange gays that "a cent in the
pocket is worth two on a handkerchief."
Tho roof of 8. Fink's block w as treated
to a coat of roof paint one day this week.
Mr. Collin", of Greenville, cow r flkiates
behind the dry goods ceunter at W. S. &
S's.
Mart. Montigel wos very sick a few
days last week, but is 'now up around
again.
M. Pollasky waa in Sheridan Monday.
He is making a business of fur buying at
present.
K i oskins, of the St. IMiis Leader,
made this office a fhort but pleasant call
Tuesday morning.
Alma branch Saginaw Steam Laundry
at Stuttz Furniture btore. Send Tuesday
Nov, 21. J. Ed. Sxcttz.
In another column you will find some
thintf interesting about the Inter Ocean,
one of the very ln-st papers in the United
States.
It is reported that the Mt. Pleasant
Times, J. W. Long's paper suspended
lat week.
Diphthoria still does its terrible work
in ii. 1 al-out Mt. Pleasant. Alma is in
deed fortunate so far as good health is
concerned.
Louis Roil was hanged, Monday. Nov.
lo If Canada could have the small pox
tried and executed now, she might have
a little rest.
For $1 we will furnish the Record to
all new mbscrria rs until Jan. 1, 1S6T.
Subscribe now, and get the papsr nearly
two months free.
Rev. W. R.Terrett, wife and two chil
dren, of Saratoga, arc s opping at the
Wright House. Mr. T. is reputed
to be one of the mat eloquent divines in
the east.
Manager S. A. Smith, of the Wright
House, spent Sunday in Grand Rapids
Mts. S. who has been visiting in that vi
cinity forsome time, concluded to remain
a little longer.
Thursday of last week was truly a dark
day. It waa bo dark that the Ekcokd of
fice was lighted up at3;30p. ni. Nime
meteorological phenomenon we supposed
but did not have time to investigate.
Our correspondents will please send
in copy tarly next week aa the Rlcohd
will go to press Wednesday night in or
der to give the printers a chance to be
thankful Thursday. Please remember.
Chas. Prtnbcrton, an 13 years oU lad,
bung himself last week M unlay. The
f.mily are well known and respected
about Lakeview, near which place they
live, and can give no reason lor the rash
act.
At the special election held Monday
Ed more voted 157 to 10, in favor of i.ssti
ing jd.OH) bonds to aid in building the
new f-'J,00 depot. It will be the finest
on the line of the D., I & N., outside of
Detroit.
The exhibition of fancy skating by date
Osborne at the rink Monday cvciiiux, wa-
a very tame ulLair, and the music by the
St. Louis Kid band was very inferior as
eotr pared with that furniued heretofore
by our own band.
Wright, Schneider t Sfufz' new figur
ing mill at Shepherd City started up for
the first time Friday, last. It is one of
the fimst in this part of she state and the
machinery throughout is the latest and
most complete n w in use.
Wednesday wjij a lively day at the
Wright House, over half a hundred being
guests there, and Wednesday night every
bed in the house w as occupied. The in
creasing trade and popularity of the house
speaks well for Mr. Smith's management.
We have made arrangements to club the
Detroit Tribune with ike Record, the two
one year for 11 50. You are thus enabled to
get all the state news and a portion of
your county news for the small sum of
11.50, the price charged for some ol the
county papers alone. You will never get
a better oiler. Call at this office for sam
ple copies of both papers.
Rev. Fr. Crowley, of Mt. Pleasant, must
be a worker. Reside preaching in St.
Louis, Mt. Pleasant, Harrison and Mere
dith, he finds time to attend to a good
many oilier tilings. He has secured an
addition to the cemetery, and the right of
way for a new street leading to the same,
and the work of putting the two in good
condition is being carried on under his
personal supervision.
?ome seem to be inclined to find fault
lacause we gave Constable Pettit so large
a share ef ths credit of capturing Ed.
I'urdy last week, particularly the sentence
"The St. Louis aud Detroit pnpers arc a
little prcviou in crediting Deputy Peel
with his capture, as Constable IVttit was
the more instrumental in bringing it
about.' It wait aot our Intention to take
any of the credit from Deputy iVet, nor
Id" we think one ought to infer that from
the Item in question, but the fa t that the
St. Louis ami Detreit papers gave an ac
count ef the capture wilhoet even the
mention of Constable Pettit's name Bsade
us rather iaspatlent and the "mere'' crept
in. Ko far as we have hears! no one has
cer had occasion to find fault with our
worthy sheriff or bis family, aqd that was
far from our intention.
1 AT A
X3STTXHXZ3Xa OIP J T . TuT
Mich., Friday, November 20. 1885.
Dr. A. B. Fp'nney was In town Thurs
day. F.E. Fairehild and Mr. A. Hall have
rcnow'tt their suhsertptioiig Ibis week.
Extra fine engagement rings a O. R.
Porter's, warranted t hold the compact.
Try one.
To the writer of the anonym ius postal
ca d we wru'd sy, c me up and we will
talk it over.
Fred Stebblns, a former S Lou'site
has been r commended for post master at
Mt. Plea. ant.
Dr. and Mrs. J. 11. Lancashire, of S ir a
togo, arrived la ovu WeVnefrtlay to re
main a fow weeks.
Read the "Proposals for Contract" on
fourth page. A mistake waa made ia it
last wrck, but it iso. k. this time.
E. R Palmer's home, which was recent
ly moved, is receiving some repairs and
alterations which will make it quite a
cosy little house.
The window display in W. B. fc B.V
store, which has Wen pleasing the eyes of
the paesersby for the lat week, was the
work of YA. R. Sehweier. The arrange
ment was certainly artistic.
Mr. and Mrs E. R. Scnweier are visi'
ing friends at Sandwich, Ont. They will
take up their residence at Shepherd City
soon after their return from the above
mentioned place, we understand.
We couM write quite a dissertation on
colds if we thought it necessary. Wo
have one that is a 'terror" and we trust
our kind readers wili leasb'nint towards
any shortcomings thU e k a p-ssibl
"Queen City of the North" is the eupho
ninug title the Si. Louis tniord of trade int
to designate their town 5et hs it
sotin da it does net reem to fill up a dozen
or more empty stores, or bring any man
ufacturing establishments to the front.
The Congregational people expect to
commence work on the tower of their
church soon. It will 1 qnite a victory
for the society when they get the church
completed. They have su .wn commend
able pluck in working at it so heartily.
As usual public opinion is divided
Concerning the voice scbd which closed
here with a concert Tuesday night some
are wholly satUfled, while others think
there was too mucn "rush." about the a
fair. The general opinion seems to be
that the instructors are good.
We see that several of our neighboring
towns are to tie treated to nn entertainment
bv Ella June Meade. We have had the
pleasu re of henrins her four different
times, nne Mionlri site come to Alma we
shall avail ourselves of the fifth opportu
niiy. She is a lure elocutionist.
Th? Mt. Pleasant 1 nbiitie lias lust cn.
tcred upon its seventh year. The Tri
bun", is one of our most valued ext hang-
it Iielni one or the bet papers publish
ed this side of Detroit. Mav the Tribune
live lomr and deal manv more blows to
crime, rowdyism and tutemperance.
which it hoa done much toward eradicat
ing.
We have rcodved, this week, a valuable
acquisition in the shape of a handsome
scrap basket home made. It s a beauty
and we know the ladies will all want the
pattern when thev have once feasted their
eyes upon it. One priz s such an article
more hij.hlv when thinking of the kind-
i.csrfofthc donor than lh-y would or
common one twice as txpei.sive.
Quite a lively dance at the rink last
night. I he boys all seemed to enjoy i
lively. Elm Hall Local.
Yes, we Ahonld judge they had a "live
ly" time and that si nits of the participants
had a lively time applying remedies to
their discolored optics, is it not bo Xiro,
(tiilmore?
PARKINSON.
On to Richmond. The hostilities com
menced The batteries opened. The
enemy barricaded in a cat hole
swamp. Latest reports from a reli
able contraband.
Fiom Information at hand we learn that
the enemy in their haste have throw n up a
'Yhcval de trise" adjoining the rail
road track and as this is mainly of saw
dust can lie easily pene trated by small shot,
and that they have gathctcd in force w ith
the determination of di sp rati ly holding
every foet of land expecting an advance,
('apt. Rlatherkite has issued an order on
the commissary department for a large
supply of wind pudding, indicating that
the strugL'le w ill be lasting. According to
Blatherskite s retiort the can muster an
old blunderbuss with a lexicon unabridg
ed primer. The enemy are calculating on
siege us old slabs and Lingliaiiqiton
scales w ill be thrown in as a barricade
They expect heavy reinforcements from
Fal.stalT's broom brigade, as tiny were
seen advancing from the west with their
ensign above the tree tops. The Parkinson-
He have decidedly the advantage as they
hve a broad expause of country and ris
ing ground ami can swoop down on the
fiieinv and drive them to the lat ditch.
We have captured one prisoner right un
der their noses and he reports that the en.
cmy are short of supplies as thev can only
furnish invalid promise. J he rarkinson
iles are concentrating their forces for an
object and the vim and push they have
displayed already has completely outflank
ed and demoralized the enemy, sending a
chilling blast to their futile movements,
and this inspires us to hurl our banner to
the hrccrrs with the glorious insignia
Excelsior."
FULTON.
Correspond nee of the Kt'coim.
Edward Musser luu moved his
family
to Mnple R.npids.
Died, In Fulton. Nov. 8, Hiram Cowles
aged 1 year and 4 months, sou of Lber
Cowlcs.
What has become of ur Pioneer Socie
ty? We used to meet once a year. Per
haps dead, or is it only sleeping?
S. P. Crea-inger and family left Maple
Raolds last Thursday for Los Angelas, in
the ' Golden State" where he expects to
make Ids home m me luturc.
.1. R. Resscguie has engaged a lady to
help him in the store this win cr, a Miss
1511 cott, from Ingham county. She
comes wll recommended, having worked
ut the business before.
MissTillie Stoner who was married to
Geo. W. Mch'ec, Oct. 24, at Edmorc. was
a member of our family two years ago this
winter and taught our scheol. Success
Tillie to you and yours.
RECORD.
JL. VISTID "VIOXlSrirXrr.
On Sunday, Hov. 8. Thomas Holland
and Lewi.' Reek went to the woods to hunt
partridges. They became separated after
a short timo and Hoi and thought he sa
a partridge through the bushes and fired
at w hat he supposed w as his game. P.eek
says, don't shoot this way again. He had
seveial shot to get out of his leg. Moral
Boys, cb n't go banting ou Sunday. Retter
go to church.
BUSI.YESS LOCAL
A . O Davis presents his compliments to
the ladies of Alma and begs to inform
them that he makes a sH' ially of t utting
hair, trimming bangs and shampooing. 1
also sell fine pei Limed hair oils. Please
give me a call. A. O. Davis,
Fashionable Barber and Hair Dre s r,
Alma, Mich.
I. P. Gilman has a new stock of single
harness which he issellirg for nn kle
plated for $1U. Call and examiue them.
Call and see the new stock of holiday
goods at G. 15. Porter's.
A good fire proof Safe for sale. En
quire of S. II. Lou-lund, Alma,
A big reduction on Rogers & Eros.' cele
brated llat ware. Call and see, at G. 1$.
Porter 'a.
House and Lot for Sale.
Very desirable house and lot on south
side of the river in Alma. Inquire of Frtd
Ely, at the po.st cilice.
LH0 4
Farms for Sale.
Six SO acre lots, partially improved and
wild, will be sold at a bargain.
J. W. McLEOD,
Alma, July, 2,
Farms for Sale.
Parties. wanting to purchase a farm.wil
find it to their interest to call at the Rank
ofW.S. Turck,V: Co., Alma, Mich., bo
fore purchasing elsewhere.
For Sale or Exchange.
My hvery stock In A Ima. Goodhorfes
good buggies and good trade. ill sell
lor cash, or exchange for desirable prop
erty. Rang .blind I desire to quit the
business. Call on or address E. Rrant
Alma, Mich. SJOtf
Fort Sali:: A house and acre lot in
the central part or the village. God barn
m the lot which can be made into n com
fortable dwelling. The property will be
sold entire or divided to suit purchasers
htiqnire of A. ltrington.
Attention Everybody !
A General store will be opened about
the 21st In the building la'ely occupied by
Oeo. YY. Abbott. It will be called
The Bargain Store !
and extraordinary inducements to cash
buyers will be olfcred in a large variety
oi goous. iinware, glassware, woooen
ware, (rockery, hosiery, towels, collars
laces, tuitions, oo..kr albums, toys, etc.
etc. 5 and 10 cent roiiiitar t'ootls a snor
ialty. I shall have ou hand at all times a
lari'e line of crouds suitable for presents.
t hrMmax goods will be shown at price
never before quail d m tin section.
"The H iri'.'iin Store" X ill ivin vour ne.
torn if good goods, lowest ju ices and good
treatment win oo it. uj not ran to come
and see us often.
K. Tf. ELr.
B. S. W EBB,
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BOOKSELLER,
He. f, Wrlf hi Bleek,
ALMA. MICHIGAN.
I sell tbe Faxon Troehe.
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MARKET
Just Opened.
Haskell Willard have opened a new
meat market on Superior street, nearly
opposite the Methodist thiirch. where
you can always find a complete as
sortment of fresh and salt meats
arid fish.
Butter & eggs bought
and sold. Highest
market price paid.
Cash paid fot hydes and pelts.
Call in and see us.
Whole No. 346.
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MeaJtjuarUra for
DRUGS,
MEDICINES,
PERFUMERY,
and an attracti re line of
TOBAGGO AND CIGARS
Prescriptione a ipccialtj, and
correctlj compounded
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J.W.MCLEOI
General Merchandise,
Dry Goods,
Groceries,
Provisions,
Boots and Shoes.
READY MADE CL0THINC ,
AND
Gents Furnishing Goods.
LOW TRICES AND SQUARE DEAL
INO. COME AND SEE US.
NO TROURLE TO
SHOW GOODS
J W McLeoti
BOOTS
AND
SHOES !
Largest Stock, Best
G-oodfl, Lowest
Prices.
Tho above is a fact not fiction. Mv
stock is complete in evor par-'
ticular. A lar-rc stock of
Rubber Goods
-JfHT RECEIVED
Ladies Rubbers 45c
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Everything else in projiortion.
Call and examine.
W. H, KIXCH,

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