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Worth County Index (Newspaper) - May 27, 1897, Northwood, Iowa The Index PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. WORTH COUNTY INDEX. Volume 16. Northwood, Iowa, Tnursday, May 27, 1897. Number 28. The Index DOII Job f riniing reaionable olmM work turned out. B. U I block. North-wood. O. W Sanders, PHTMCIAH ABD OrnoK M c. w. oo.-i .tor.. K.nlr, Dr. O. A. Hurd AN Dr. L. C. Hewitt, [SaecMior to Dr. N. I.. Dr. Melville B. Onoil, Dr. J. M. Ktrik Your Business I How can we get it or have an opportunity of selling you unless you look at our goods and compare prices? in the city, ELS. K. RICE. MM -Odootuudor lor tne pHu eitttotlu of Mom. Ohnrley V. 8, Tturlmur taipom Mi IKM.L1M. Oollln Forbvs, vtrnn If TO- Finest line of Wash Goods such as Organdies, Fantaise. ____ Fine Dotted SWISS ORGANDIES in all up-to-date Also 500 yards of worth from 10 to 20 cents per yard. KorUnrood, J. H. 4 TTOBHITmnd oounMUor-M-lw, A rronipt cerionil uMntlon lo All W. L. Baton, Oollootion prVotHM in ill tM court, of iL. LAMB CILMORK, (Sacowon to J. B. Smitli) LAWYiES. OolUCtloW. Ooin- let. 01 Offlo. M. A. IOULINCER, ATTOXKY-AT-LAW. r Worth County 4 Lodge No. 280.A.O.U.W. ttnlr roo oi tM tm VttttlBI meolWnioorlUfiy In- Northern Ujjht Lodgi Ho. 268. room on or fcot jh montn. Vl U.. :3Mrt th.lr lodgu Sonhwooil, on etln, fnll moon Don't forget us on LfflS il) LACE We have them in large variety and at prices greatly below other stores.___ 75 Ladies' Spring Capss to close regardless' of cost. Every one must go at some Buy the F. P. Corset, Best fitting Corset on the market. Only St.oo. STYLE 930 IN CLOTHING We positively offer stronger induce- ments to trade with us than any other firm in Northwood, not only in superior quality style and make of the goods, but in largest possible assortment and variety. 50 Boys' two-piece Suits at................. 75 Boys' two-piece Suits at.................Oo cents ISO Roy.i' two-piece Susts frou-, to !f5.OO Best line of Moil's odd Pants at IfiJ.oO, S3.OO, S3.6O, Get our prices on Groceries and Flour. i box 30 bars of Fairbanks standard Soap for 75 cents. California yellow Peaches, per ean, 10 cents. DOES THE WIFE NbKD THE BALLOT! Win'! iin-i'..: nifty i To rouk'iml Ifii'J bnby? How concerned for the welfare of the dear bilby Ciiiodi SKIM, "I tiivn yon'v.. mnth' my by, in.l't i-ns N, T, CHRISTIANSON, Original Originator of High-Grade Goods at Low-Grade Prices. Worth County Index. crack British regiment parades in De- troit, under Eicstis- sipnalizci his first hour as ex- am basaador by telling the SOAMMOS ft GILLRPP.PublUh.nu Prcss th t f a rcpublicoiHy in SSnT., name, and thn.t he considers a cotnmus-1 WOMEN AND THE BALLOT. Masculine opposition to iromatl suf- frage is by no means HO outspoken and i.o.o.r. WOUTB LOOK., So. meet tnelr et.rt OTonlug. ill uiorober. OJ ll.rfite.-a.ty in. T -N. I'UiHK lllilUT, -N. Miilw Udgo, No. 209, A. 0. U. W. MTX th. K. of P. evsnlDK lo Odd Fcl- DB kalftbu invited. fi.V K.ofli, Kendall Post, No. Ihv "u Lnoon U their In Odd Sorthwood. 03m_ J. M. BOLTOH, Adl't. Northwood Camp, 2355, M.W.A KKTSlll K.of 1M1H.U lUoieODDd null UHE M ovflOlnc of OftCll mouLU. THE PAST WEEK. senute Is the scene of further fierj debate on the Cuban majority sentiment swniinK- to be that it is hiyh time for the United States to interpose or take some action to prevent further blood- shed, Scuator Foraker up the Olaey-De Lome correspondence, prov- ing that the late secretary that the U. S. of A. should intervene for the pacification of Cuba, and that Spain rejected the proposition with marked emphasis. It is also shown that the privation and misery prev.iii- inir atroofr the Cubans almost sur- passes belief. There is u very strong fcclinff manifested that this country, in the name of civilization and hu- manity, should ffo to the relief of our next-door neighbors who are Rendall Corps, No. 297, WOMEN'S RE IEF ORPS. Northwood Bus and D. WISTON, preDrl MM.. Kort Tuesday, The uriiTdcbatc is on, in the senate. May it he brief.- The Presbyterian assembly decides not to sell its New York building, Queen Vic cables her thanks to the assembly, 'Er gracious majesty, you Unow, keeps the message the ten word limit. Proviacetown, Mass., is ex- periencing1 a season of anxiety .such ai is rarely ever known except in towns Ucside the awful sea. A fishing schooner, flyinp-a half mast comes in from "the banks" with only three of her crew on board. The other 10 men put in dories last Friday were swallowed up iu ihe fof ruid their fate is unknown, though it is believed they will turn up all later. The Rio Grande levee P.O.STAM, EAST OF EcKttKT WILLIAMS'. GENERAL BLACKSIKIITHING. BICYCLE opens at the Wiaona assembly grounds, Eagle Lake, Ind., with whole tram loads of commissioners present. Friday, Morgan resolution for recognition "of the beliigereney of the Cuban insurgents passes the sen- ate 41 to 14. The affirmative votes were cast by IS Republicans, 19 Demo- crats and 4 Populists and the negative by 12 Republicans and 2 DemocniU. Allison ;uicl Gear of Iowa opposed the resolution and the two Minnesota sen- ators favored it on final house has a lively session bv bitter partisan debate. I he mem- bers unanimously pass the resolution appropriating for the relief of American citizens iu Cuba, but will not consider ami pass the Morgan reso- lution, the Republicans oppositiff it on the ground tUat President McKiiiley has undertaken important for securing the independence of Cuba, md Congress should not embarrass him lu his efforts or seek to forestall his action.-----The Associated Press gives out the fulUcxt of Minister De Lome'H letter to See. Olncy. It is dated June 14. and is in reply to the Cleveland after to etc., said oiler having been Ide early in the April previous. It seems Spain was in no particular hurry but when she frot round to it she politely I lie- kind proilors of Cleveland, Olney ct al., mid says in diplomatic lonpuape that she doesn't desire any help and would thank our Uncle Sam to keep fillilmsters at home. So, arc evidently All work done promptly and in a thorough, workmanlike manner. breaks, .it El Paso, Texas, and the flood is driving hundreds of families 10 the hills, and has already swept 120 honitfo away, At St. May Campbell, a variety actress, hides iu a closet and her husband and Maud Devere plan an elopement. Then May comes out and shoots her hus- band through the and throat. and slif lltly wounds ''the lady in the case." 'The elopement IK postponed to allow Mr. C. a quiet opportunity to f'.ie. It-'fffittvtfar, It is stated that Great ilritian will abandon the "concert of owers" if the continued occupation of by Turkish troops is pcrmit- Rd, The tariff bill, badly disfigured, still being buffeted about in the sen- torinl riiifc- A farmer seven miles pom Duhith, attempted to thaw out ynmiiite over the kilclien lire. It hawed, and the fanner, his two SOHB nd his home have gone 'he village of Dexler, near is learly wiped out by a fire which broke at midnight, some 'busters on the other puddle, too.' The The undersigned will do all kiiuU of DRAYING promptly carefully, and cuarantee Satisfaction. Wo also dehvur 1 C, E to auy of town at lowest rates. ANDERSON LUM. .irk- of the Tetiuiu, minister of foreign alTairH boxes both oars of a p-aye and rever end senator, and then Presbyterian pencr.il ussemUly has an interesting sossum and does lot: business, Ex-President Hamsun Irosses it.------The Baptist Publication Society, in bChHton at dni cusScs'thu'COiintenietiiitf of the evil tn of pernicious. Hturature by fur nishinK' books and papers which ar pure anil strong. Xtiittiaj; Presbyterian Krc: asMunibiy IUNKIM-, Hocus, A. M. w 4 i', plead so eloquently for the "silent but refining; influence of the home, wifely duties and the sacred obligations of etc., as furnishing1 wo- men their only legitimate sphere! The male bipeds who used to prate soffUbly about "women's place" are mostly silent, now, while the sisters are do- ing1 the talking, We have lately seen several accounts of anti-suffrage meet- ings conducted by "charming whereat some Mrs. Kerfoot has put her ker-focitdownon universal suffrage, or ;i Kibosh has bemoaned the tend- ency of woman to "unsex which we agree in Chinking wculd be deplorable. these mi id ful- minations the are p.-one to profess that they see much of promise in this female fact us to turn On till- 0110 US 'IXli, ,tnsi lint tin- who rociifnl U wtii-is shi- lo I'iiy taxt-i." Ar.d so we might go on through the whole category of acti-suffrage argu- nome of thcin extremely ludi- crouh, all of them selfish. When women of today sat oa the benches a. i school and studied history, patriotism stirred us to proudly repeat that gloriouM constitution and the De- claration of Infiipettttciice, thinking in the trustfulness of chiltlhood that we had equal righLH with our brothers to the heritage left by the But when womanhood dawned we learned the humiliating fact that there no declaration of independence for that the people of the United States does not include ua; that we are simply lost iu the great political sea. But we arc people, and we are alto human beings, and we believe that the correct interpretation of that grand old con- Mi'.utionJ ma ken it our duty to aid in ts administration. Let us consider some of the condi- tions permitted by our law-makers. If can b'e shown that these conditions i' for the mutual good, we need not complain. If, on the other hand, we iind a disregard for the best interests of a majority, a selSshness that savors strongly of the big I and little U theory, "the unfairness becomes too ap- parent for contradiction, Look at the partnership between this government and the liquor traffic. Rev, Anna Shaw relates the following: went with a company of women in- to a saloon. I said to the saloonkeeper, Mr. Murphy, what can we do that we have not done to remove the He replied, "Ladies, you should not be iraying with me. You should be work- ng with the other fellows in the nens." I said, "Who arc the other fel- He said, "Read point- ing to his license on the wall. 1 sairi, "I see nobody's name." ic said, "the United states of America. Ain't that anybody? This state of Michigan? Ain't that anybody? This city of Albion? Ain't that anybody? And Pat Murphy, sure all in tog-ether. Now ir you want me to get out of this business. s-et the other Mp fellows out llrs- II the wives, mothers, and daughters had the ballot, would this state of things exist? Look at the countless ship-loads ol rum sent annually to heathen lands from this government. And we call ourselves Christian America, Shame on the heads of buch a government: And ihame on the voters who put them there Look at the stars and stripes floating from the tower of the Capitol at Wash- ington, and then enter, and behold our senators and repreieutaiives bracing themselves1 for mighty questions with bourbon, sherry, etc. Land of the free Home of the brave! What mock- ery 1 Go to the campaign meetings, 1 did last fall, and hear our congressmen discuss Rold, silver, wool, barley, sheep, yes, everything1 but the most impor- welfare of our sons and daughters, Do not understand me that these (gold, silver, etc) should not receive at- tention, But should not that which nine-ten tha of all crimes, also receive attention? Would the wives drop this question1 like hot coals in order to gain votes? No, we would tackle the :ion and down him. Give us a chance and you will bee Iu state laws also we find the same u s unfair discrimination. Section 1515. that these sisters plans of opposition is in itself Art en- for when such women take the liberty of thinking at all, there is a possibility that they may fmaily R-et to the point of thinking1 right! And so the warfare goes on within the feminine camp, the male opponent .smiles and is silent, and most of the rest of us content ourselves thinking, when women Usk for the ballot with any thing like unanimity they will get it. p. q., but it will be time enough for ni to consider the question seriously when they so con- sider it themselves. qf a wife" means that which is ia her Buffalo Center will turn her July agle loose with a Evangelist Garluck is evangelising- t Ricevillc on invitation of all the iiistors. The camp of Modern Woodmen will liuld tlu-ir annuiil meclinffat Uu- buqnt', frotii the lii'st to Uic fourth of llllltt. Decorali will ceU-brate the (Jlorio l-'ifth. in masritve The UrtUiant Kx-Seiialor J. Ingalls been Lo iii.ike llic ciig'.c scream and urotitnblc services. Banking lUisinesi trans- uctod. Drafts drawn on all the cities of t-iiropc. Short time loans marte. boi.tfht. lii- -riaid on time deposits. Ditto the Hap- tist upsocialion in session at Pittsburg. Sen. Hiuina's big furnace ut Ncw- Pa., lets with fatal cdcct. Thirty arc more or crushed and burned. The pood timulay news comes from the bast, ihut the Grero-TurkUh armistice i, to he prolonged. It U further assorted nnt tfen. Ktthem Pasha to treat with direct as jwacu ncgotiivtiuns. According to I'M's idcus the powers are not in ntin.-i informs Spain that the rights lives or Chinese subjects in Culm must be respected. Good for the Draff- i country. Victoria's scven- inlh birthday anniversary is ob- tionn receive prompt jj tiou, ami jjaymcnt, attcu- ade on dity oi Deposit Boxes to Rent. s'erved throughoiU P-ntish dominions Iliitihli ilatr Uoata. general Assembly cab'cs a tribute of Christian tfrciW to tlie dueen. permis- sion of the U. 3, department a The salary uf the Hiifl'alo Center putt master been raiMid to pei' vfar. Lo begin July 1st This is a. prcity good showing for four year old town and the prospect-0 a.rc bright for the Rather than not periodically get it: mi me In the papers Oehvein would hir> an infant cyclone to strike it. Th lultst paragraph about it is of the ex traction of a lou and a half nigget head from one of its streets reccnth The street commissioner when h tackled it had no idea he was taking a army contract for the stone protrud ed only a few inches. Oelwein street must be like some of her other ir.srit rather rocky. During the M'.mmer months Ccntc ville will provide Saturday entertain- ments, in the form of baloon ascen- sions, fie'.d sports, horse racing and music, to attract trade to the town from the surrounding country. The first ascension was attempted last Sat- urday and came The swinging ropes from the parachute caught on the guy ropes of the tail poles used to support the baloou, and the icronallt was jerked froin his perch aort fell thirty feet, lighting on hi- back. An extensive advertising of Helling market would be Justus legit- imate ,1 "draw" the baloou and Uorsc trot method, to our way of thmt- name. separate from her hus- bittd'fi- otherwise she no prop- crte. .No matter what wife uiay At her marriage, her own :s not her own unless she has it recorded as :h of promise and even theu is not pcrmit- -thatt'iefact tod to list it for taxation un.ess her and discuss husband is crazy. What wisdom. >ot only are we classed with unciv iliMd Indians and insane, but are further encourage-1 to marry such! AnothcrMinnesota law reads: "When the husband is imprisoned for life, the wife Khali be entitled to the immediat. possession of all her real estate m .ikj manner as if her husband were dead. Now, sisters, '.his might have read "When the husband in imprisoned to life, the wife's property Fhall be used u carpet his cell and provide other lux uricsfor her -ail-bird husband." Soy01 we we should be thankful for small fa vors and at the same time look fo larger ones. i so to the question, Docs th noncy held a ffl th we an.wer-yes But she it for no selfish Tliere is no clamor for "rights." desire to domineer. Only a prayerf MANLY MUSINGS. Sam Huber Sundaycd at home. Manly will surely celebrate the 4th his year. John Wick of Kcntett wen again c our streets. K. P. McKercher came home from iolan Monday. Mrs. I'. Cerney in very sick at the resent writing-. N. Grant made one of hts uuual trips onie over Sunday. The editor of the "Pilot" viiitcd t home over Sunday. Joe of Fertile Sundayed with E- Peshak's family. There is a new barber shop in town, nd it is a good one, too. V. E. Peshak is busy initiringr the jming crops. He is a rustler. Met Gordon of Plymouth wan Been u our one day List week. A. H. Cobeen and faniilj- visited icl ives out in the country Sunday. Mr. Xima and wifeof Ply.iiouth visit- C relatives west of tOwn'Sunday. Mr. Rlake, the contractor for the new irsonagc, Sundayed at Rockwell. Dr. Jones went to Fertile this week do home dental work at that place. We understand that our home office ill be under new management pretty yuite a number of people from lymouth came over to see. the ball It was a pretty cold day, Sunday, to sh for "bull heads" but a few did it 'tcr all. We have had Home pretty cold eather lately for our seed corn being poor thin year. The farmers are all replanting TH around here. It seems that last :ar's seed corn no good. Mru, John Dostal of Spill ville, aughter of John Kuchar, ia here siting her parents and relatives. There was- a good ball game half mile of town Sunday between ur home team and the show team. The work on the new pamonage is "tting along very nicely, and the will soon have a coat of paint. The old gentleman Hill, who uthwest of town, is seriously ill. r. Oniel Of Kensett ia attending the se. Uncle Tom's Cabin is a good little low and was largely by ir thrifty citizens last Saturday 'en ing. Peter Klincfelter, who was a resident 'this place some years ago, was bhak- g hands with old friends one day si week. M. Bozic is going to have a new ont put in his meat market which ill improve it considerably. Martin a rustler. Why not start a band here? hat is just what the town needs, and ere are plenty of young men xvho ant to blow a horn. Dr. Sanders waa at Northwood, uesday and brought back his nd Jennie who were visiting their arents at that place. Dr.- Sanders is the possessor of a fine jam that was purchased from James utton who lives near Plymouth. Doc- T says they are just daisies, Why not celebratt the Fourth here? We had a. good celebration, two j-o and there is no reason why we ould not have a good our this year. Northwood and Manly played ball ere Saturday, and, "what do you Northwood got beat. Score tood 10 to 15, favor of our home team. Al Beaver is now seen again on the trcets after taking a lay off ow- ng to a fracture he received a short me ago. "Now be careful, Al, and on't wrestle any Manly haw a new orchestra started nd wait till you hear the of ._ sweet strains of music from the ew vioiinsts and then we can boast f a goort home talent orchestra. Herman Callow had a rather fast de Sunday, from the creamery to the tock His flying team became Tightened and ran with him through street at a rapid rate. Ask Herman many telephone posts there are rom town to the creamery. The sound nnferencc at DCS MotncK, yesterday, o discuss plans for the coming year's They are not anxioui, to lock with the Demo-Pops., this year, nor to apologise for what they consider iglit to lilt ff'llfn who urc in the wrong. Thy ClarksvjUtt Sfnr points a moral ud adorns a talc in this wise: "The 'arkersburg reports that a of puddicrs are now tak- ng orders among the farmers of that Probably they had beeq j Baking through the columns of the "rliptc and found there were no gro- cery Ate-res in made t a good pUci: to solicit orders. We nut ice the r.i'Upst' advises people to buy their groceries at home, but presume this refers to towns that have grocery stores. If there U a grocery in that town :he owners thereof are mighty careful not to let the public knjw it through the columns of the press. persistent plea for tho opportunities o tlutv. The fear In her heart is not o miwomantv action, but of responsib lily unfulfilled. Her desire, to aid i making the world better, and to haste t'.ic cominc: of Christ's kingdom, where in is no distinction of sex, neither (Ictr.ile, bond nor male no a'-l one in Christ Jesus. Wir V.ear of Republican opposition t the of Gov. Drake, In have ln-nrd of none that bas centere itself upt-n u better man. Memorial Day close at hand. Tt h the one holiday which U distinctively American. Falling on the Sabbath as this year it will be generally observed upon that day, and there should be nothing unbecoming_in its rightful observance for it is a veritable holy-day. Year by year its observances take on a more Sunday-Ukc aspect, as we think how our soldiers arc pass- ing Over to '.'Fame's eternal campinp surely the "fading line of Blue" is fadidgaway. Of the old soldiers who marches in last year's processions nenr'y SO.OflOarc now Bleep- ing that sleep from which no reveille and this year their surviving will lay on their graves. Next year a like number will have sought and found the bivouac of the de-art. We are all marching to our j graves, yet how little we realize it. How little we truly realize that Death is thinning the lines of the Nation's defenders almost as rapidly us in those woeful (lays from to Salute the as they pasa once riore in mournful review, for of them lies that wears and n political t'iic and in ilhistratio it cites thiiC.Tseof the mayor uf D< who "was struck lu the ey in u hand to hand enrollnter in tl of llie week, and knocked h bicycle in the last of the week." "m.ire" and his political ambitions :i HabK: to be knocked into the middle next week some f-wcct day, by and b XXKKXXKXXX5GOO? WHITE KID SLIPPERS. RED, TAN AND BLACK SHOES, Lace and Button, Prices, and Women's Slippers, Tan, Red and Black, Prices, XKKXXXXXKX Summer Corsets, 50c., 75c., Misses' and Children's Slippers, Black, Red and Tan, Men's Ox-Blood Shoes. Best Shoe in City. PRICE, IT PAYS TO PAY! 'ORTH County Farmers who are in arrears with this paper can secure THE INDEX and THE IOWA HOMESTEAD and the Homestead's Monthly Farmers' Institute Edition, all to January i 1 898, by simply paying their subscription K A. A. CJrovc la somewhat Rev. O, O. Wold is visitinp friendl n Slater this week. Mr, and Mrs. W. G. Winter spent Suuday in Mason City, N, 15. Fjeld and J. J. Diiomnade a rip to Forest City. Wm, Rhodes was transacting busi- ness in Ml. Valley. Thursday. Mr. J. Dosta'.'s father :md mother of Slanly called to see him Tuesday. n. J. Booth wa. vcek. The C. .v G. K. R. is making ini- proveilicntii here, fillinfr up so thai f.irmevs can bctier load p-rain. Almost too co'.d Uie ice ercntr. so- on last nigh'., but ihc circumstances it was a success. The church .-viid Sunday serv- of Ilolatl .ire talilnc; a permanent Valley skimming station there were oof pounds of milk delivered to the Fertile creamery. This looks like bet- ter times. Mrs, M. J. Cartricht gave her son Verne a surprise Tuesday night. It was his 11th birthday. His mother had invited all his playmates to conic and spend the evening with Verne. It was a very happy occasion for the lit- tic folks. Thompson Bros' store by two unknown parlies Sunday i-as invaded Hlplt Chfckwa Cnici und UlffaL THE IOWA HOMESTEAD 24-PAGE WEEKLY AGRICULTURAL JOURNAL, EASILY IN THE LEAD AS THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE THE WEST. ITS SPECIAL FARMERS' INSTITUTE EDITIONS ro monthly and are made up of the PRACTICAL EXPERIENCES DD Ar-Tir-Ai IOWA FARMERS upon timely and tpplo a ar.at hit In agricultural lour- SSfEm and are senttoov.ry subscriber wlthout.xtracharir.. r ntlikt II 11 A. nrni, niuiiiuu a- ,i. ll! Couci. J. B. Stillilior. ArnoU Bros., C. M. HntHer and mam oUiers. Pros sample, coplos of clthor the Regular or oC the Special Institute Edition or both upon appli- cation to this offJco or by postal card dlroot to the HOMESTEAD CO., DES NIOINES, IA. How TJKV lUffonA TTVn T Urar pulled out the bo-.tom of the creek. Another day after fUhinsr for severaj hours without visible results Roc an ,io-c toolfliity oil theiliseoiiraccdbir- ber and while Mr. I.oeber called ili.l-.. placed a line on the barber s fish- hook and threw the Ush back into the iitre.ii" The barber Sshinff ar.lin and soon hroiltfht out the fish. He is now the happiest man in town. am', the cash rcK'is.lcr WIM Inker, from the store broltci inoMt-'V it If TOU put your far to the ground you .is to whut There were only cents ill the register. NO of Ilulin .ire tiiKiui: a eliariiotcr aucl are we'.l attended. wl The social fc.i'.m'c of Bol.ni society is ;ltni Miss Andcr boy.-." alHlrt Of life ire Mircly sFftiufr. Heaven that to them and to all never pass arc growing older; their mbarrasscd by Ihe picvaliMlct.1 of the wlinopini; coiiijii, niKi the children pay for it all. }lr. p. G. Klitioftfiter, wife and son attended church in Holful on Mr. K. pleasure ISvory i'C. changes at tins place. notice" perHona CURapc in week-day work on thcLord'sday. not recotumeml us well. We stiff- pest that all persons observe the holy day in a proper manner, and then we may enjoy the gifts of our Make Mrs. Tom T mav'hear the (rrow and a. vcr'v distinct sound of wedding bells. Merchant A. Anderson has embel- lished and irreatly improved his store building. Peterson Ditto Harnessmaker O.e We hear that P. P. intends to N. L. JORDL HARNESS, SLEIGH BELLS, WHIPS, LAP ROBES, and everything in the honc-faf- line. Pricn M low u where,
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