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NEW ULM AND VICINITY.
Travelers' Guide. Wi^oqk>PetefS^ Going East. Going West. No. 4 Express.10 30 a. m. 2 10 00 p.m. 12 Ac'm 6:00 a. m. 14 12-01 m. 16 3 50 p. m. No. 1 ExpresB 4:10 a.m. 3 5:35 p.m. 23 Ac'm 10-30 a.m. 19 2.15 p.m. Nos 1 and 2 daily. All others daily except Sunday. C. W. H. HEIDEMAN, Agent. Fred Melges, of Chicago was her last week. A car load of cuoiee winter* apples just received at Fiank Behnke's. Mr. Peter Bran and wife, of Chica go, are visiting with their brothers Jacob and Chas Bru&t. Attorneys Somervilie and Thompson of Sleepy Eye were down on business before the board of County Commission ers Monday. B. Behnke & Co. will pay five cents per bushel above market prize for all wheat brought to them in exchange for goods. Wore on the drive well is still going on. The directors propose to continue work until a sufficient supply of water is found. Mr. A. H. Shcleuder has received a new fire and burglar proof safe and a wall show case. Both are ornaments to his establishment. i A new freight tarriff went into effect I on the C. & N. W. R. R. Monday- A 1 general reduction has been made in all I classes of freight. -1! In our report of the Fair we ommit- ted to mention the fine display of Dress I Goods, Ribbons, Cloaks and Millinery Goods of F. Kuetzing, and the large exhibit of flowers of C. Boock. The Mankato Linseed Oil Company I pays within 10 cents of the Chicago Market for flax seed delivered at their mills. Thursday they paid 94 cents per bushel while in Chicago the price was $1.04. Mr. George Hummel, son of Wm. Hummel, who has been absent from New Ulm for 12 years, is here on a vis it. George has worked as a printer in Northern Minnesota during most of the twelve years- Wm. Brust and Geo. Graeff have pur chased the Dry Goods and Grocery store of H. J. Lueders, (R. Kiesling manager). The new firm took charge of the business Monday. Mr. Rudolph Kieshng will travel for the Empire Mill Co. Another time card went into effect on the C. & N. W. R. R. Sunday Sept. 25. The only changes at this station are that Passenger No. 1 now leaves for the west at 4 10 a. ru. and Passenger No. 4 goes east at 10 p. m. It is rumored that still another time card will go into effect next Sunday. We would call the attention of our readers living in Le Sueur, Sibley and Nicollet Counties to the fair to be held at Le Sueur October 6 and 7. The Le Sueur fair has always been one of the best held in the State and this year's fair will not fall behind those held in former years. Blind Boone, the successor to Blind Tom, and the twelve year old vocalist Stella will give a performance at Turner Hall Wednesday Oct oth. The proceeds of the etiteitainrnent go to Rev. Mr. Movvery and we hope that everybody will attend. The admission has been placed at 35 cents. No extra charge for reserved seat3. Tickets may|tbe procured at Chas. L. Roos' Drug Store. An insane man by the name of Baum garten filled himself with bug juice Wednesday night and then began per forating the buildings of Courtland with 44 calibre cartridges. He was arrested and brought to St. Peter for trial. The Judge of Probate of Nicollet County had him examined as to his sanity and upon recommendation of the physicians Baumgarten was committed to the hos pital for insane. Clean the cellars thoroughly before the vegetables and fruit for winter use are stored in them. No one should think for a moment of having the food he is to eat during the next six or eight months stored in an unhealthful place. All vegetable matter, and accumulated dirt and dust, should be taken out. Vegetable mold is as unhealthy as the mia3nia of the bottom lands of the South which breeds so many fevers, and the last vestige should be taken from the cellar. A fresh coat of whitewash would also be very beneficial. From a hygienic standpoint the cellar is the most important room in the house, and it should always be the neatest There is but little doubt that most of the dis eases prevailing in the farm houses or iginate in the cellar. Cleanliness and purity in this department will prevent aauch sickness. Don't fail to see Beussmann's new advertisement. Do not fail to visit Kuetzing's store on Saturdays' bargain days. Mrs. Preisinger, of Lafayette, died at the hospital Monday morning. Chas. H. Brauns reports the arrival of a boy Mondav morning. The eighteen months old son of H" Hanshen died of diphtheria Sunday af ternoon. An eight year old son of August Hak barth died of dipthena Thursday after noon. Mr. J. Pfenninger removed to his German street residence Thursday. He will take life easy henceforth. Married, by Justice Westphal, Satur day September 24, Miss Bertha Lohman and Mr. G. Goetsch. The Sportsman's Club will meet at Hunters rest next Sunday afternoon. A Kartoffelpicnic will be one of the at tractions. Charity Lodge 98 A. F. and A. M. will call to labor Tuesday October 11, at 7.3o P. M. Members are requested to assemble for work. As we go to press we learn that the commissioners resolved to engage ar chitect Struck of Minneapolis to prepare further plans and specifications for the new court house. W. H. Graves and Hugh Simmons of Winona, Neil Currie, of Currie and~C. W. H. Heidemann placed a system of electric calls and alarms in John Linds house last week. Nearly two hundred dog licences have been issued by clerk Schilling. About fifteen dogs had to bid adieu to this world because their owners refused to come down with the required fee. Mrs. Krippner, who lives in the old Hausman building near'[the cemetery, fell from a loaded wagon Saturday breaking both arms just above the wrists. Dr. Rothenburg has charge of the case. A large number of copies of the EVEN- ING STAR, the paper which first con tained the sensational charge of P. An derson against Mr. S. D. Peterson, were mailed to parties living in the various towns of this county with a request to distribute same. This was done the same day that the paper was printed and it looks as though there was method in Anderson's or some other man's madness. The county commissioners met Men day A number of minor matters were considered and passed upon during the forenoon. In the afternoon the board met with a number of architects, ex amined the plans presented by them and then adjourned to Tuesday fornoon without deciding upon an official archi tect for the new courthouse. Monday forenoon Mr. J. Thomp son, attorney for German Eriton, served papers on the board of county commis sioners requiring them to show cause why an injunction should not be served on them, enjoining them from enteiing into and|letting a contract for the build ing of a new county court house. The case will be argued early in October and will undoubtedly be decided in fa vor of the commissioners. New Goods, just received. John C. Tobererer has as fine a line of jewelry, watches, clocks and silver ware as can be found west of Chicago. He offers them at rock bottom prices. Call on him before making purchases in his line Eon. H. D. Cfhollar, of Redwood Falls is killed by falling from a pier. Last Saturday Hon. H. D. Chollar of Redwood Falls," climbed onto a bridge pier at that place to see what effect a steam thresher engine had on the bridge while crossing: the same. In some un accountable way he lost his footing and was precipitated to the ground sustain ing severe injuries from which he died Monday Another sin of commission entitling the last legislature to political dam nation was the passage of the bill abol ishing convict labor for hire in any avocation in which it would compete with free labor. From being self-sup porting, .the state prison will soon be come an annual charge on the state of at least half^a million a year. Just what the prisoners can be put at where they will not compete with free la bor is the enigma over which the state prison board is puzzling its wits. They might be put to sawing air or chopping sand or turning grind stones on which nothing is ground, but there can be no productive labor at which they can be put which will not compete with some ree labor somewhere.Caledonia Ar gus. Their Business Booming. Probably no one thing has caused such a general revival of trade at C. L. Roos' Drug Store as their giving away to their customers of so many free trial bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. -Their trade is sim ply enormous in this very valuable ar ticle from the fact that it always cures and never disappoints. Coughs, Colds, Asthama, Bronchitis, Croup, and all throat and lung diseases quickly cured. You can test it before buying by getting a trial bottle free, large size $1. Every bottle warranted. m*m -yp. ^^^p.^jgwi^^vpj^psp 3 H. Hanschen and H. Kunze are ouilding addition to their residences. C. W. A. Eroock has built a large barn on the lot south of his store build* ing. The outside work on John Lind's resi denceis nearly finished, but snow will cover the ground before Mr. Lind can occupy the building. The Winthrop Mill was started up two weeks ago and is now in good working order. They turn out an ex cellent brand of flour at their mill. Work on Jac. Klossner's brick block is progessing nicely. If the weather continues favorable, the masonry will be finished by the end of this week. Albert Held has finished the founda tion and part ef the superstructure of his Franklin street residence. Mr. Held owns six lots on Franklin street and will have plenty of room when he moves there. The interior painting and decorating of Geo. Schmidt's new residence will be completed by next week. Mr. Heller, the artist, has reasons to be proud of his work. It is something unsurpassed in this city*. When completed,Mr* Schmidt will have the finest residence in the ci ty. PERSONAL MENTION. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ross Sundayed in Rochester. A. Blanchard and wife took in the exposition last week. Ph. Gross is in Milwaukee for a four weeks visit. A. J. Seiter will start for California Thursday October 6. Fred C. Gley loaded the merchants with Dry Goods and Notions Monday. Mrs. H. Seiter is visiting with her daughter, Mrs. C. H. Helmes, at St. Paul. Miss Mary Hopt is in Chicago pur chasing her fall stock of millinery goods. Frank Whitney removed to Court land Monday. They call him station agent in that village. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bingham went to Minneapolis to hear the Booth-Barret combination last week. Bro. Leicht, of the Winona HEKOLD, was looking after his New Ulm sub scribers Saturday and Sunday. Albert Behnke Jr. has been appoint ed express messenger by agent Heide nian. He will assume his duties Oct. 1st. Mr. Jac. Current of the town of Home was in the city Monday and reports that he made 1038 gallons of number one Sorghum molasses. Architects C. F. Struck, Minneapolis, Ulrici, St. Paul and Thayer and Ger lach, Mankato, were here Monday, all trying to get the position of Court House architect. A* Zeug, of Sigel, and Mm. Pfisterer of Cottonwood, left for Ann Arbor, Mich., yesterday. Mr. Zeug will study pharmacy and Mr. Pfisterer will return as a full fledged physician in 1890. The Mustier talks about the Fair. For years certain residents of this county opposed the fairs and would not attend because they were continued over Sunday. Last year the Society rosolved to give them a chance and changed the time. The attendance last year was fair, but where were the Sunday men this year I don't believe that there were a hundred of them, all told, ^vho at tended. A very large^number'of anti-Sunday men staid away and opposed the fair simply because it was not held on Sun day. I think that the Society would be in a better financial condition if they had continued to hold Sunday fairs] du ring the past two years. The Sunday men will have to brace up and do bet ter next year else week day fairs will have to be abolished. I hear lots of growling amongst farmers because the three special herd prizes went to outsiders. The compe tition for these three prizes was open to the world and I consider this a good idea. By this means three excellent herds of cattle were drawn here and our farmers had a means of seeing good stock without going to the State Fair. In a few years most of our farmers will own good stock and it will not be ne cessary to offer special inducements to bring it here. The exhibition of thoroughbred live stock at last years fair bore good fruit, for this year quite a number of our farmers exhibited thorough-breds which they had purchased after seeing last years exhibit.^-It is hoped that this years exhibit has a like effect If it has, it will be but a very short time until our farmers can compete with the world with live stock, as they now can with grain, fruit and vegetables. PREMIVM LIST of the Seventeenth Annual JFair. CLASS I.CATTLE. Animal or Article Name of Exhibitor Amt. Herd Hoisteins, J. H. Doty $50 00 Herefords, Cosgrove L.St.Co. 50 00 Short Horns, A. B. Moffatt 50 00 Hoisteins, C. Dirks 10 00 Short Horn Bull 1, M. Mullen 5 00 2, C. Hansing 2 50 Cow 1, J. Reinhart 4.00 Heifer 1, C. Hansing 3 00 Holstein Bull 1, J. H. Doty 5 00 2, C. Dirks 2 50 Cow 1, J. H. Doty 4 00 Heifer 1, J. H. Doty 3 00 Hereford Bull 1, H. Mueller 5 00 Grade Bull 1, J. Manderfeld 4 00 Cow 1, C. Dirks 3 00 150 Heifer 1, 2 00 2, 100 Bull Calf 1, T. Humphrey 2 00 Cow and Calf 1, J. H. Doty 5 00 2, C. Dirks 2 50 CLASS H.HORSES. Norman Stallion Lafa. & Court. 10 00 J. Reinhart 5 00 Lafayette &Berna. 5 00 Clydesdale Stallion M. Mullen 5 00 Mare F. Fntsche 5 00 2, Dr. Koehne 3 00 Brood Mares Colt Ed. Hensel 4 00 C. Dirks 2 50 Work Horses P. P. Manderfeld 5 00 2 year old Cold C. Dirks 3 00 H. Hillesheim 150 Sucking Colt M. Mullen 2 00 2,A. Sperl 1 00 Yearling 2 00 t, 2, Jos. Lindmeyer 1 00 Best Jackass M. Bochum YHR CLASS HI.SHEEP. Shropshire Buck 1, Chas. Oetting 2 00 Ewe 1, 2 00 Cotswold Buck 1, Alex. Russel 2 00 Ewe 1, 2 00 CLASS IV.-SWINE. Poland China Boar 1, Ed. Hensel 3 Oo Sow 1, H. Mueller 3 00 Suffolk Boar 1, 3 00 Pen Swine 1, 5 00 CLASS V.POULTRY. Light Brahmas 1, C.W.H.Heideman 1 00 Dark 1, Gottlieb Schmidt 1 00 Buft Cochins 1, Geo. Bevier 1 00 Lanhagsns 1, C. Mowery 100 Plymouth Rocks 1, M. A. Bingham 1 00 Wyandottes 1, R. Kiesling 100 Games 1, H. Cordes 100 White Leghorns 1, Martin Mueller 1 00 Slate Turkeys 1, Emil Velikanje 1 00 Rouen Dicks 1, Mary Schreiner 1 00 Guinea Fowls 1, Emil Velikanje 1 00 Pigeons 1, Chas. Hoeschler 1 00 Wild Geese Hybrids 1, N. Metzen 1 00 Rabbits J.Scheiderich 50 CLASS VI.GRAIN. Hard Wheat 1, Geo. Grau 3 00 2, H. L. Runck 2 00 Rye 1, John Sturm 2 00 Barley 1, Chas. Hansing 2 00 2, Fritz Walter 100 White Oats 1, And. Haengartner^ 00 2, Jos. Diepolder 100 Black Oats 1, Henry Jones 2 00 2, H. L. Runck 1 00 Yellow Dent Corn 1, Geo. Grau 2 00 2, J. Diepolder 1.00 White Dent Corn 1, A. M'derfield 2 0 White Dent Corn 2, C. Hansing 1 00 Flint Corn 1, John Kalb 2 00 White or Yellow Corn 1, G. Arndt 2 00 2, Geo. Guth 100 Pop Corn 1, G. Arndt 2 00 Amber Cane Seed 1, F. Walter 2 00 2,JD. Grusendrof 100 Timothy 1, L. Meier 2 00 CLASS VII.VEGETABLES. 2, Chas. Hansing 1 00 White Beans 1, A. Manderfeld 2 00 Exhibit Grain Seeds 1, H. Runck 4 00 Blood Beets 1, Christ Filzen 1 00 2, Mrs. Biebel 50 Mangol 1, Ant. Manderfeld 1 00 Mangol 2, H. Dietz 50 Carrots 1, G. Arndt 100 2, Alex. Russel 50 Turnips 1, 100 2, Ant. Manderfeld 50 Veget. Oysters 1, M. Windmueller 1 00 Tomatoes 1, Geo, Grau 100 2, S. A. George 50 Onions 1, 100 t, a 50 Cauliflower 1, 100 2, Chas. Hansing 50 Kohl Rabi 1, G. Dobanz 1 00 2, C. Filzen 50 Celery 1, M. Windmueller 1 00 Egg Plant 1, F. Dittbenner 1 00 Potatoes 1, G. Arndt 100 2, Ed. Hensel 50 Radish 1, G. Kuehnel 1 CO 2, H. L. Runck 50 Hubbard Squash 1, A. Manderfeld 1 00 2, S. A. George 50 Large 1, E. Hensel 1 00 2, G. Arndt 50 Water Melons 1, S. A. George 1 00 2, A. Russel 50 Musk 1, Mrs. Biebel 100 Large Pumpkins 1, G. Arndt 1 00 2, Peter |Emmer 50 Cabbage White 1, F. Dittbenner 100 2, Henry Dietz 50 red 1, M. Windmueller 1 00 2, Chas. Hansing 50 Peppers 1, S. A. George 1 00 2, M.Windmueller 50 Leek 1, 100 Parsnips 1, 100 Cucumbers 1, Mrs. Biebel 100 2, Mary Schreiner 50 Sweet Potatoes 1, Aug. Schell 1 00 Exhibit Onions 1, S. A. George 3 00 Potatoes 1, G. Arndt 4 00 Vegetables 1,M. Windmueller 3 00 Tobacco 1, F. Diepolder 100 CLASS VHLFRUITS. Duchess Apples 1, H. Mueller 1 00 Wealthy 1, G. Arndt 100 Transcendent Crab 1, H. Lillie 1 00 Hyslop Crab 1, H. Mueller 1 00 Concord Grapes 1, H. L. Runck 1 00 Rogers 1, Peter Mack 100 Lady 1, H. Mueller 100 Clinton 1, P. Mack 100 Delaware 1, H. L. Runk 1 00 Seedling 1, Aug. Schell 1 00 Exhibit Apples 1, H. Mueller 3 00 .Grapes 1, Peter Mack 3 00 3CLASS IX.FLOWERS-! Boquet Annuals 1, C. Boockll 100 Cut Flowers 1, 1 00 Wild 1, El. HarkinV 1 00 Coll Green House Plant 1, C. Boock 300 2, S. George 2 00 CLASS X.DAIRY PRODUCTS. Dairy Butter 1, Wm. Wellner 4 00 2, Anton Manderfeld 2 00 Cheese 1, H. Theisen 2 00 iimiitiiiiii.iraiiinnnl wnwtJlw 2, G. Guggisberg 100 Syrup l, D. Grusendorf 100 2, F. Heers 50 Wine 1, P. Mack 2 00 2, Aug. Schell 100 Cider 1, P. Mack 1 0Q CLASS XI.ART. Oil Lanlscape 1, Mrs. Mowery 5 00 2, 2 50 Animal '1, 3 00 2 150 Crayon 1, Mrs. Mowery 1 00 Coll. Fossils 1, Chas. Heideman 2 00 Minerals 2, Otto Sommer 1 00 Insects 1, Henry Keiler Jr. 1 00 Exhibit Taxidermy 1, Eug. Koehler 5 00 CLASS XU.CHILDREN. Canvass Work 1, Anna Toberer 1 00 2, Alma Dunkel 75 Patchwork Qnilt 1, Clara Follman 75 Crocheted Work 1, Alma Dunkel 1 00 Embroidery 1, Ella Stuebe 100 2, 75 Miscel. Work 1, 75 i. 1. Rosa Hanschen 75 Hair Work 1, Louisa Wellner 75 Mrs. M. Schreiner 75 Wax Flowers 1, Emma Duhrbahn 75 Scroll Work 1, Jos Sattler 75 1, C. Toberer 75 1, Geo. Allman 75 Desk 1, C. Toberer 75 CLASS XIII.LADIES HANDIWORK. Laces 1, Mrs. A. Rewitzer 75 Quilt 1, EmmaHeyman 75 Cape 1, Mrs. Behmler 75 Rug 1, Mrs. F. Preine 75 2, Mrs. Behmler 50 Baby Dress 1, Emma Rudolph 75 Needlework 1, Miss E. M. Nix 75 Lambrequin 1, Mrs.Alonie Gley 75 Tidy 1, Anna Heinebach 75 Miscellaneous 1, Mrs. A. Olding 75 2, Mrs. A. Olding 50 1, Miss Mary Hopt 75 Stockings 1, Miss Hoffman 50 CLASS XIV.SPECIAL. Bread Empire Mill Flour Mary Hansen Eagle Mill Flour Cake Empire Mill Flour Miss L. Vaien Wheat N. U. R. M. Co. Spe. Gee. Grau HONORABLE MENTIONS. New Ulm Roller Mill Co., Flour J. Stoeckert, Brick and Tile F. Aufder heide, Brick Henry Eger, Carpets A. Torno, Straw Mats Dominick Fiedler, Locks Henle & Marti, Harness A. Bogen, Job Printing Photographs, D. Bangs, S. C. Madson and A. Gag. In the educational exhibit the follow ing premiums were awarded The New Ulm Public Schools took first premiums in all classes for graded schools. There was no competition, but even if there had been it would have been hard to compete against the excellent exhibit made by our schools. For ungraded schools the awards were as follows Class 1., Drawings, Dis trict No. 3. Class 2., Penmanship, District No. 6. Class 3. and 4., Com positions and Examination Papers, Dis trict No. 14. F. Kuetzing sells a fieavy all wool scarlet flannel (double width) for 75c. worth $1.00. Wanted.Fifty cords of wood in ex change for Drugs, Glass, Oil, Paint, Holiday goods etc. by Chas. L. Roos. 1JEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Rooms for rent over Citizens Bank. WANTED. J. H. Doty, of Courtland, wishes to purchase 100 head of Berkshire or Po lond China hogs from two to three months old. Parties having such for sale please call on or address, statin price" per head. FRANK FRIE0MANN, dealer in Groceries, Crockery, Stoneware, Glassware, Notions, Canned Fhit, Flonr, etc. All goods sold at bottom prices and delivered free of cost to any part of *he city. NEW ULM, MINN. DEulffr EVERY SATURDAY GREAT BARGAIN DAT AT COMMENCING NEXT SATURDAY, OCT. 1ST, WE OFFER 350 YDS. COLORED ORIENTAL LACES FINE GOODS FROM 7 TO 12 INCHES WIDE AT 10 CTS. WORTH 40 TO 50 CTS. REMEMBER THIS BARGAIN IS FOR THAT DAY ONLY. Ioo Just received 500 pieces of fancy rib bon at remarkably low prices at F. Kuetzing's. Overcoats at $4, worth $15. at John F. Neumann's, Erd's building. Other ready made clothing at prices propor tionally low. THAT'S WHAT'S THE MATTER. Fresh OYSTERS the can or served in all styles at "Eibner's Paiace Restaurant." Have fitted up for the convenience of all a first class oyster and lunch room. Please give me a call. Cheap Rates to St. Louis and Return. The Chicago & North-Western Rail way Co. will sell excursion tickets to St. Louis and return, for the G. A. R. Encampment, at very low rates for the Reund Trip. For particulars regarding dates on which tickets will be sold" rates and general information, apply to agents Chicago & North-Western Rail way Co. [Sept. 28 When Baby a sick, we gare ber Caatoria, When ahe was a Child, she cried for Caatoria, When ahe became Miss, ahe clang to Caatoria, When ahe had Children, ahe gave them Caatoria, FOR SALE. The undersigned offers his blacksmith and wagon shop, located in Courtland Station, for sale. Terms reasonable. A. AMMAN. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE, Notice is hereby given that in pursu ance of an order of the probate Court of Brown County, Minnesota, dated September 17th 1887, the undersigued administrator of the estate of Anders Anderson Brude deceased, will, on .Sat urday the 8th day of October 1887 com mencing 10 o'clock A. M. at the late residence of said deceased in the Town of Lake Hanska, Brown County, Minn, ofter for sale, at public vendue the per sonal property of which said de ceased died possessed, consisting of live stock, farming implements, grain etc. Dated September 17th 1887. Ifo CHRISTIAN AHLNESS, I 5 I I Administrator. HOUSE AND LOT FORSALE. The undersigned offers his house and lot 75x165, on Centre street, cheap for cash. The property is suitable for manufacturing, hotel or business pur poses. For terms call on or address C. F. HELD. DUELLING FOR SALE. The solid brick dwelling, corner of Broadway and 1st North Street, is of fered for sale on easy terms. For par ticulars inquire of the owner, CHAS. MELSHEIMEB 109 Market Street, St. Louis, Mo., or of Wm. Pfaender, New Ulm. WENZELSCHOTZKO, Proprietor, Mora ST., NEW UL M, MINJJ, Large, airy rooms, and an A No. 1 table. Good sample room for the accommodation of commercial traA elers in connection with the hote) Rates reasonable The finest wines, liquors and ci gars at the bar. THE NEW ULM CREAMERY CO. WILL BUY eggs for cash from and after April 10th 1887 at highest marcket price. Butter from and after May 1st 1887. For un salted Butter in granulated form they will pay the highest price according to quality. Business place, Kieslings basement corner Minn, and Center street. out fof ottf next week NEW STORE NEW GOODS. lie ^inqe dome (&& We Sjfe ffekdy. ONE GLANCE AT THE BARGAINS IN OUR LARGF AND ATTRACTIVE DOUBLE STORE OF i^AKfcrK HARDWARE,. GENERAL MERCHANDISE, &2% UNS FISHING TACKLE AND 5 AND 10 CENT COUNTERS WILL CONVINCE THE PUBLI^ THATYotfraimuNGPPEATFOAERNATSE AND PROSPERITY HAST DAWNED Fot\l^%DOTIR wrra A "T-limlllfftit mimhumutmmitmmmmiMm HsJft. REVOLVERS-SPORT Mta