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Tbero came ono day to Jam tho nirel throtif
A woman, bowed tU rough faviiitfcft Ju
But us sho meekly tood her form grew
Aud longboat youthful beauty dawned
Yet more was eiren-wtvt all, wiii wonder
Bont low before tbe swetncBS of her fneo,
Crylnff, "What marvel bath thl woman
To bo thim elotboU by such sweet, mighty
Then ono of sernnh tonjruo mndo nn6rer low.
"One tulent only hers falihful heart.
And sho abroad but llttleould boMtow,
Bo much was noedoU for her mother part,
And this with love alio always made to fair
That there 6bo was an angel unuwure"
, Mary Wright in the Christian Union.
In that dark Umo when sorrow dwelt with
When onoweet fneo bonenth the enjln lid
Was all my heavy, turtb-tvrucd eyes tould
And all tho world beneath that faea was
Ibcnrdtlio words and knar thy heart did
s pen It
Words full with cyraputhy, aud strong tvlta
And bravo with hope, and tender In mine car;
But ilarod not answer, with my lips so
And now wbnt falletb? I stand It f ted high
Within tbo blessed light nnd thou dost lie
Beneath tho shadow of thy sncrcd grief.
Vet 1, who ought In turn to biiug relief
To thee in word, stand dumb, with lips apart:
But friend, O fricndl thou knowest well my
Homer Greene, In Scranton Truth.
THE LAWYER'S DELE319IA.
Wlion I was a young man I had a
great passion for tho law business. My
lather indulged this in me, and gave me
ample means to carry mo through a
courso of study under the most favor
able circumstances. Two years after I
became a solicitor the incident occurrred
which I am about to relate.
One evening, while I sat in my office
alone, and thinking over the case I had
in hand, tho door opened, and two gen
tlemen entered. This was nothing un
usual, and yet I did not like the ap
pearance of my visitors.
,.4Wb require your services for an
hour to-night, if you can spare the
time," said the elder of the two, in a
coarse voice, "and you shall be well
paid for your trouble. Our case is
rather peculiar, and it will bo necessary
to prcservo tho utmost secrecy in re
gard to it"
"I am at liberty to transact any busi
ness for you to-night," I replied.
What do you want me to do?"
'We are settling up our family af
fairs, prior to our doparturo for abroad,
and there are certain papers and docu
ments that we want copied and signed
in legal form. But, as I have already
told you, it must be dono under tho
seal of secrecy on your part Unless
you consent to bo blindfolded while you
are being driven in a carriago to tho
house you need not undertake to man
age our business; but of course, , this
can make no dillerenco to you."
"Not at all," said I, "if, as you say, it
is of any consequence that it bo dono as
"Well, sir, I am glad you view tho
matter in a business-liko way. Hero is
the money for your services. You scc
wo do not intend to cheat you in any
way. The carriago will como for you
at ten. Is that too late?"
"All right," I replied; "I am at your
Tho preliminaries being settled to
their satisfaction, they took their de
parture,' with us little cummotiy as pos
sible, and I was left to my own thoughts
of tho enterprise.
I must confess that tho Idea flashed
across my mind once or twico that those
two men meditated throwing mo into
the river, or otherwise disposing of mc.
But this did not dampen my lovo of ad
venture, for 1 was determined to see tho
cud of it, whatever might bo the person
I tok tho precaution, ' however, to
put a pair of loaded revolvers in my
pockets while I was waiting for the
Precisely at ten o'clock I was driven
off, in company with tho two men who
had called at my ollido early in tho
evening.' Before wo had gono half a
dozen streets bne of tho men produced
a large silk handkerchief and carefully
banuaged my eyes.
For some timo tho carriago rattled
along I knew not where and my
companions -talked to mo freely upon
various topics, evidently to keep mo
from being frightened during tho
t I had serious thoughts of removing
. tho bandage from my eyes and refusing
to proceed any further; but then I came
to tho conclusion that this would be
cowardly, and 60 1 determined to see
tho end of this strango adventure even
though it should as I was suro it
would involve personal risk.
After a drivo of half an hour, as near
as I could guess, wo arrived at our des
tination. "New, sir," said ono of ray com
panions, "allow mo to bo your guide,"
and as ho spoke, opened the carriago
door, and stepping to tho ground,
helped mo in my blindfolded condition
to get out also.
"Don't stop, John," said ho to tho
coachman; "como back at half-past
I do not know whether tho coach
man was a party to the intriguo or not;
but ho certainly must havo thought it
Btrango to sco mo with a bandage over
Perhaps tho villainous pair had al
ready informed him that I was suffer
ing with sore eyes, and was obliged to
keep them covered from tho night air.
However, I had no timo to wasto on
tho driver or his thoughts; my own
position was sufficiently interesting just
then to monopolize all tho attention I
Mould spare. '
When wo quitted tho carriago, my
companion, who acted as spokesman,
took my arm atid lod mo along a gravel
pattiway for twenty or thirty yards,
then up, what seemed to me, a long
ftassagc, IIo opened tho door with a
atch-kcy, and ushered mo into a hall.
"Now, sir," said he, as ho closed the
door and locked , it, "yon may remove
the handkerchief, as tho rest of the
programmo will rcquiro your eyes.'!
I am afraid I smiled in a sickly way
as ho made this speech, and I thought I
might need my revolvers also before I
could escape from the trap into which I
had voluntarily gone,. ; j
In a few monicuts I was seated Mo a
comfortable room, and my companions
wero arranging somo papers and ex
plaining tho contents. This disarmed
my suspicious of pcrsouul violence, and
1 Ielt.a little motxs comiortaude.
"We will oulr -detain yea a 6hort
time, -sir," said Jiho old gentleman
"This document Is a transfer -of proper
ty, an! requires to ie copied in icjral
form. The youn lady to wJiom tho
property bolougs w my niece. It is un
pessary to go into details of our family
auairs. JMv reasons wr wislnog a set
tlemontiin this way will appear plain
ito you w&cn 1 tell you that .my ulcco in
Jierits insanity, uuU his been partially
insano at limes for some mentis past.
This document merely wakes cio her
lawful guardian, and will prevent tho
interference of distant relatives who
lsight swicile tho poor girl. out of her
I 'examined the document which ho
handed mo, And found it to bo exactly
wuat lie reircscnteu it
"But," said I, "it will ifoa necessary to
hare the young lady's signature to this
in order to jjuuco it le:aL"
res, certainly," said he; "Alice will
ign It. bae is now perfectly sane, And
is willing to havo tho matter arranged
at once; for sho fears poor thing!
another attack, and is in momentary
dread of its appearance. I will call her
when you are ready for tho signature."
After half an hour I had completed
my work. During . all this timo my
mind was busy trying to unravel tho
mystery of the case beforo me. Of one
thing I was very certain these men
were engaged in a cranio of villainy.
Mv susmcions were stronrlv aroused
by this time, and I was determined to
frustrate them, cither then or in the fu
turc, if possible; but how I was to ac
complish it was as yet a mystery to mo.
"uo and call Alice, Mr. Peterson,
6aid tho elder gentleman, who seemed
to be the moving spirit of tho plot
I thought I saw them exchange
winks as tho young man departed, but
of this I was not 6uro, for my nerves
were strung up to a high pitch of ex
citement Presently the door opened,
and Mr. Peterson entered with a young
As I glanced at her my heart throbbed
wildly. Sho was of medium height,
and remarkably handsome, although
bearing tho traces of sorrow and suffer
ing. 1 could not help feeling that her
eyes, as they looked into m!no, ap
pealed to mo lor protection. Her man
ner and silence also betokened a cer
tain amount of fear lest her cuardian
should notico her look of entreaty to
ward mo. "Alice," said tho man who
called himself her uncle, "you already
Know mo contents of this document
Your signature is all that is needed." '
She looked around tho room in a be
wildered manner, and then took up a
pen and nervously wroto her namo at
tho bottom of tho page.
"Now is my time." I thought and.
taking tho paper to sco if it was signed
properly, beforo any one was awaro of
my intention, I put tho document in my
pocket and drew my revolver. Turn
ing upon tho terror-stricken men, who
were thus taken by surprise and at a
disadvantage, I told them I had di
vined tho falsity of their purposo in
this transaction, and would freo the
young lady from her gaolers.
"Oh, savo me! save me!" cried Alice,
in agony of terror. "It is all a baso
plot of theso two unprincipled wretches
to defraud mo out of my property. They
havo threatened to kill mo if I refuse to
assign it into their hands."
"It's a lie! it's a lie!" they both shout
ed, simultaneously. "You will have to
answer for this outrage!"
"Bo calm, gentlemen," said I, now
doubly emboldened by seeing that I
had guessed tho truth of tho case. "If
you move baud or foot I will blow you
whero you long sinco should havo been!
Fly for your life, Alice," I said, "and I
will protect you from theso scoun
drels' Sho rushed toward tho door and
opened it, then fled from tho house.
I covered my retreat as I walked
backward until I reached tho door; and
as I closed it with a loud bang, I felt
like ono transported to Paradise, for I
knew that they dare not follow mo to
Alice, noble-minded girl, was waiting
for mo on tho pavement, and wo wero
soon beyond the possibility of annoy
ance from tho scoundrels whom wo had
left in the house.
As wo walked along the streets Alico
detailed to mo the whole story of her
wrongs. From what sho told mo it was
evident that her lifo would havo hung
upon a thrtad if theso men had been
successful in getting her to assign her
property. Sho was an orphan, and her
undo, together with . his accomplice,
had concocted tho plot to defraud her
and get her out of tho way.
Alice Hilgrovo regained her liberty
and her fortune. Sho is now my wife,
and, I havo every reason to suppose, ono
of tho happiest women in tho world, be
cause she has told mo so a thousand
times within tho last ten years.
All efforts to capture tho two men
who caused Alico so much misery
proved useless. Thcv escaped from tho
city; but it is to bo hoped they will
meet with tho punishment which is duo
to their evil deeds.
Day's Horse Powder is the thing to
use in fattening sheep. Stock raisers
should know this.
Cabillac has erected more buildings
this year than in any year since iSS?
Dr.Bull's Baby Syrup, for the relief
of colic, teething, etc., contains no
Opium. Price 25 cents.
Not far from 400 tons of grapes
have been shipped from Monroe thii
Indescribable. No one can adequate
ly describe the sufferings imposed by
indigestion; but Dr. Bull's Baltimore
Pills will cure this disease.
Wm. J, Hilton has been sent to
Jackson from Howell for five years
for bigamy; . , " -
M. Ward of Columbus; St. Clair
county, has been arrested for horse
Maiden love to inhale Drexel's
Dr. Bull's Cough Sytup is fast t?k
ing the place of the old fashion cough
remedies. It never ("ails to relieve
the most violent cold, and for throat
diseases iit is iiivahuWe. Price 25
'Tlas am 14-oubly hi uhVI my douih mid
Jly banc ajtul antidote rc both bcfr
W'bethcr to sit alone stiff enur with neural
Or buy .one bottle of Safcutimi Oil.
Fred Stevens of Tekonha, age 18
i ticide.r arrest for attempt rap
To 1i who ore iTerlng t rain bo errors and
indiscretion a of youth, nervoinitwjiilin, early
decay, lesa of manhood. 4c, IwU send a recipe
that will cure you, FREE CF CHARGE. This
great reaiawdy was discovered by a missionary in
South America. ScikI a self addnesrted envelope
to the Rev. Joseph T. I5man, Staticu D, X.i'. City
The Y. 51. C. A. building .at Marquette
was forum ly dedicated Jlondny cvcnini
Laiugsburg wants a Baptist prc iclicr.
Yry KoinnrKniue KeevTy.
Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchcsttr, Mich
writes: "My wife has been almost helpless
for 5 years, bkj helpless that she couScl not
turn over in iel alone, bhe used two I)ot
ties of E'cctrk Bitters, and is so much im
proved, that the is now able to do her own
work." Electric Bitters vill do all that is
claimed for them. Hundreds of testimonials
attest their great curative powers. Only 50c
a bottle at all druggists. :
Jlr. Raskin writes concerning the
rumors of ill-health: 4,Life is really too
disgustingly short; ono has only got
one s materials together by the time
one can no more uso them. But let me
say, onco for all, lu closing this frag
ment of work old and now. that I ben
my frieuds very earnestly never to
mind paracranhs about mo in the pub
lic papers. My illnesses, so called, arc
only brought on by vexation or worry
lior wnicu saiu incnus aro ouon ineni
selves in no small degree answerable).
and leave me, after a few weeks of
wandering thoughts, much the same as
1 was before, only a littlo sadder and
wiser! probably, if 1 am spared till I
am U, 1 snail be us sad and wise as -1
ever wish to bo, and will try to keep so
to tno cni.
. Wonderful Discovery.
Consumptives and a'llwho suffer from any
allection oi the lhrort and Liiings, can fcnd
a certain cure in Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption. Thousands ef permanent
cures verify the truth of this statement. No
medicine can show such a record of wow er
ful cures. Thousands of once hopeless suf
ferers now gratefully proclaim they owe they
their lives to this New Discovery. It will
cost you nothing to give it a trial.. Free trial
bottles at Osborn Lros Drug Store. Large
size, $1.00. Sold by all druggists. 2
Mrs. C. D. Johnson is quile low. with
typhoid fever, and S G. Baitlett is sick
with the same disease.
Thousands" try those triumphed trifles that
thoroughly transform the teeth. Trix.
For lame back, side or chest, use Shlloh'a Tor-
ous 1'laster. l'rice aS cents. Hiiloh's Cough and
Consumption Cure is sold fcy us on a guarantee
It cure consumption. For sale by Dr. l'aikill f:
E. L. Brewer sells the best nuro Gum.
Crack-proof, Rubber Boot lu the market,
for only $1.50.
A six-feet vein of ccunel coal has been
discovered on Charles Ilubergcr's farm,
six miles enst of Bay City.
Sleepless nights made miserable by that terrible
couch. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for you.
Catarrh cured, health and .sweet breath secured,
by shiloh Catarrh Remedy. Price o centn
Nasal Iniectorree. For sale by Dr. C. P. Farkill
Misa Sarah Tinkle has returned to her
home In Owosso.
The corn crop will be a failure to a great
extent, but oats are a fair crop.
J. W. Morris lost a thirty year old "elf'
Shiloh's Vitalizer Is what you want for constipa
tion, loss of appetite, dizziness, and all symptoms
of dyspepsia, l'rice 10 and 7S tents per bottle.
Croup whooplne cough and bronchitis immediate
ly relieved by Shiloh's Cure. For sale by Farkill it
"Wheat sowing has commenced.
Read Stekctce's advertisement on the 7th
page of to-day's issue. lie is a reliable and
well-known druggist and was formerly Mayor
Stories of enormous fish being caught
out of the river are borne on tho breeze.
Th.it hackinar couch can be so nuiekly cured by
Bhloh's Cure. We guarantee It. Will youuftVr
with dyspepsia and liver complaint? Shiloh's
Vitnlizer tor sale iy ur. r. raritm son.
Threshing is nearly all done, but no
large yields, per acre, have been reported.
MICHIGAN STATE LAND OITICX.
I. ANN Mi, SKF. 2TII. I-'1.
Notice U herehr glveu, tbul I ho J'IUu ing de
kcrined Fritnnry S-IuhiI Lund, kltuate In Hiiawu.
tiee Couuty lorfrited fir iiuu-pnyiiient of Interest,
will bo offered for tale at jarUic nucrlon tt thU of
tee on tVe 1 If h day of Ntvenil r, A. U. lfsfl. at 10
o'clock a. m., unlets previouhlf redeemed uccordiug
toHr. Miior . Nkwki.l,
No. of Certificate, 4U-. twcriitiou, sw i of
w H, Section 10. Town fi ii. range 4 e.
AT A BARGAIN!
The best Harness business in he City
of Detiot. Old and 'ell established,
location central. Chiefly ri..e. light
work, with repairing. Good irade in
horse furnishing good. Stock about
$1,500 will pay-a harness maktr
$i,5co to $f,8oo per year. Satisfac
tory reasons for selling. Address
X. V. Z., per Savage 6c Farnum,
Bncklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve In the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever 6ores
letter, cnappec nanas, cnnmains, coins, ma
all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles
or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction, or monev refunded
'rice 25 cents per box.
ror sale by Usborn Uro fc.
Thcjnan wjio beats the printer
Out of a single cent
Will never reach that place
W here good Elijah went ; .
Rut when at last his life is past,
This life of toil and woe.
He'll straightway etand in the fairy land
where they never shovel snow.
An old Dhvsician. retired from practice.
having had placed in his hands by an East
xnuia missioncr uic iuuuuia ui oimpic vt
etablc remedy for the speedy and permanent
cure of Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh,
Asthma and all throat and Lung Affections,
also a positive and radical cure for nervous
debility and all nervonscomplaints,aftcr hav
ing tested its wonderful curative powers in
thousands of cases, has felt it his duty to
make it known to his suffering fellows. Ac'
tuatcd by this motive and a desire to relieve
human suffering, I will send, free of charge,
to all who desire It, this recipe, In German,
French or English, with full directions for
preparing and using. Sent by mail by ad
dressing with itamp, naming this paper, W.
A. Nov Eg f 40 Tower's Block, Rochester,
N. Y. 7 '
Evaporated Fruit is Cash.
Now the time to realle on the iiresent laive
crop. No time u be l"tt lu view of the reat
iburidanoe jf fruit in tlii state, the l'lumnu-r
Fruit F.vapovator Coctpauy has etttabliidied itself
la Detroit, and in now prepared to furtiuh on rt-as-
onattie terut 1 lie HfM. rruit hvapurter in the
uorld, Mnvius in price (roiu to A ito each, and
evaporating from i-j to 4co bushel per day, These
portable fnuthlncN ;n! constructed of several
thickiK.-HM-N ot iron, interlined wittk uon-radiating
materui; are eimrrly lire-prod, will wear lor yearn
and cannot pet out of repair; they never were
equalled for cheaimeKS. eronomv of lalior ami
fuel. 'I he world lias never equaled the quality of
tne nun; the same navor ana color are evaporated
ft vt hen green, I-arger sied machines are manu
factured upon order, evaporating one thousand
bunhcls of fruit ier day. We can have these ma
c hines on your farm, in operation, on short notire.
Each Machine will unquestionably evaporate with
in ten or twelve days, enough Iruit to pay for
itself. Each machine guaranteed aH represented.
Over too premium have been awarded to Flum
mer Ev-aportor, including the last four World'
Send for descriptive Circular to
PLU.MMER FRUIT EVAPORATOR CO.,
STEPHEN PRATT'S Steam lloiler Works, Es
tablished !. isiinuiarturer or lli?h and Low
Pressure ond Steam Heating Hollers of all kinds:
smoke pipes, lireaohiiiKs, etc Old boilers taken In
exchange for new. Rivets, boiler plates and boiler
tube for sale. Cor. Foundry . and Micli. Cent.
R. It. trucks, DETROIT, MICH.
The New Perfected Runabout.
The Original, and Father of all ItuiiaboutH.
ratented, inn. ism. Patented, Jan. 12. 1SM5.
For four passenjceiF. The best general Busi-
moo lbs.; hangs very low; ride n eiiKv as a
'MipKj-, and can be uised for family or business
purposed. Over 4,0'K) now in use, and Rivinjr the
best sutisfaetion. iuriiitee! to be lirxt-t'laxH
In every respect. Prices and Catalogue free to
to thoso who mention this paper.
H. A. MOYER, Syracuse, U.
SOL'THSIDK VIKOIMA LANDS,
From Three to Ten Dollar Tier acre. Situated
on two main lines of railway leadinpr from sen
board to nil points Inland. The region is unsur
passed for healthfnliiPKs. Agreeable climate,
(iood schools and churches convenient, flood
water, good fir.it. good si.il and a line growth of
timber. Parties in tearch if el-cap homes are
invited to address
WATSOX & IULKV,
Nottoway Co. Jtm-kcville, Virginia.
Somerville School I Young Ladies
St. Clair. Mlcli.
Three courses of study. Thornmrlmcssiii evci v
Department. Buildimr elegantly furnished.
lented with Htenm. Liiiliietl with gas. Water
from St. Clair River. Superior advantages, in
Music nnd Art. Address tor circulars,
SOMERVILLE SCHOOL, St. Clair. Jlich.
r Thos. Bradford Co;
Hest in the world for
Write for special
prices. State amount
to be ground per hour.
C. L Gano, Jr Maigr.
37 Glenn Blilff.
8185 PLUNGER PERPETUAL
deceived First Premium tt N. Y. state Fair, In
18HO, IBM, 1882, 18H3 and 18B5, including the Urand
Gold Medal and two silver Medals, over Vederlclc
and others; also World's Fair at New Orleans, and
California State Fair. The most rapid, powerful
and durable press made : puts over ten tons in car :
bale every three minutes; fully warranted and
protected 5 three bales to any other press's two.
Send for Illustrated circulars. Also Horse Powers,
Mrir Mills, Corn Shelters, Feed Cutters, Ac.
AVUITDlAN AUHlC'Ii CO.. ttt, Louis, Bio.
Ask your retailor for th Original 83 Sho.
lieware of Imitations.
None CJcnulno unless bearing tble Stamp
I Made In Hutton.Con gress & Lace.
iUett vaif Hicin. unezceiiea in
pearance. A postal card sent
I us win oring you iniorniu-
lion now to gei mis onoo
la an t 8 tat e or Territory.
41 unooin rsi..
This shoe stands higher In the estimation of
Wearer$ than any other In the world. Thousands
Who wear It will tell you tho reason It you ask them.
4 S M7 '"4i..--J.XV.
Patents onTAiNrn In V. m.
nnd all TwIrii t-mmtrW'.
KtamliiRtlons limit. Li
censes and nnighinrnt.
prosecuted In all J-Xcrid
ourt. Advi.-p ninl psiiii
ih lets free. Scientific i t
pott Vnllility opinions
''SSFVJ Vablls!i..,t ' A. 1. Isks!
These Wnshbosrds are maoe with
a i:cnt.Vooil rim. Tho ttronj
etboaid r.nd bt wr.sii'iri in thj
wtU. Tor sale ly ull dealers.
Tsks no otl'er.
Produce and Commission !
Wc handle .ill kinds of .
For which we can pay
Highest Market Prices.
Give us a call at our
NEW STORE, " MAIN ST.,
LEWIS & SON.
ELKHART CARRIAGE & HARNESS IWC CO.
k'liar nessJS 2 3 5 0
man nas several collars aaaea
to the First Prleo. We have no
agents, but for twelve years
have dealt with the consumer.
JV e ship anywhero, with prlvl
lege of examining beforo buy
ing. We par freight charges
both ways If not satisfactory.
Warrant evory th Ing for 18 years.
One price only. Platform Spring
Wagon sty 35 is snme as others
peiiaiMa. irarin WHgonsJ40.
Top Buggies at 8iM, flne u usually sold for 112 . Our Iarness
ST." J . 1 JiCDiuer, eiugiu. Bill
IL'iutratol Oataloitua free. AddroiS- '
IV. IS. TKATT, bcrtary
to 25. 64-pae
W; A. WOODAVAItD.
O. F. NORTH.
Having purchased the Furniture and Undertaking business of Mrs. Henry
Woodward, and also retaining our interest in thelirm of Woodward Bros.,
we shall be better prepared than ever to offer you bargains in anything in
the line of
Furniture & Undertaking,
And will continue to carry the Greatest Variety and Largest Stock to bo
found in Central Michigan. Yon can't afford to buy a Dollars9
worth of Goods until yon have seen us.
Goods Delivered Free in any part of the City.
Mr. North will still have charge of the Undertaking Department, and
having attended some of the most scientific lectures on the art of Embalm
ing and Careing for the Dead, coupled with his 15 years practical experi
ence, places him in the front rank as an undertaker. Ilavhig a new
elegant White and Black Hearse and all other appliances, wc can and will
All Calls Promptly Attended to, Day or Night.
WOODWARD & NORTH.
forking Pants a Overalls
Is another line which we are prepared to advertise as a leader.
Let every laboring man know that we have decided to meet
his wants and make him a great discount on these goods.
fm i! IV - III fe pi
LJ ill 3 1 J i
Warranted not to Rip. Sole agents for the celebrated Sweet
& Orr and other Overalls, Jumpers, Hunting Coats, &c, at
HAED PAJST FIG-TIRES.
MURRAY & TERBUSH,
ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS,
DOUBLE STORE, COR. WASHINGTON & MAIN STS., OWOSSO.
Having removed to our New Quarters, First Door West of
National Hotel on ain Street, you will find us pepared to
show you everything to be found in a
irsf-Glass Implement Store.
Here you will find the finest Carriages and Wagons to be
found in any market, the best
Horse Rakes, Wheel Harrows & Grain Drills,
The finest line of Harvesting Machinery ever seen
in the county, a full supply of all SMALL FARM TOOLS,
We also have a full stock of
Pomps - f -stll Iltate
OF OUU OWN MANUFACTURE, .
Which we guarantee to be the BEST and FINEST FIN
ISHED goods of the kind ever sold in the State. Come in
and see us at any time, and we will take pleasure in showing
yon through our new and commodious Warehouse.
If you wish to purchase you will find our prices low, and
our terms liberal. Yours truly,
HARTSHORN. NYSEUANDER & GO.
- r. ...V.