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Evening News, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1891, Mansfield, Ohio HOW ARE YOU To get your share of soring trade unless you go after it? Tou can't call personally on two thou- sand families every day and tell them about your new goods, can you? Not the News can and why not lot the News carry your message to the people? They will read it if you make it worth reading. THE EVENING NEWS.
35 Ihhdat..................... 2j 73 Toledo TOLKDO. O.. March iaED.rn.WHBA.T-Cash 107; May 108X: July 103K: Aug. CORN-Cash 73; Mar 70. 2 White 515. C" CARPETS! I am now prepared, to show a much larger assortment in all grades of Carpets than any one two or three Houses (Carrying Stock) in the City- Selling as I do from Sample and for Cash only enables me to give the Cus- tomers every advantage for the follow- ing reasons. 1st." A larger assortment to select from. 2nd. The Customer pays for no 3rd. I keep nothing but Standard makes. 4th. I have no Capital invested No Extra Boom rent to pay hence can save you from 10 to 15 per cent 5th. Every description of Carpet represented from the Cheapest Cotton to the best makes of Mopuette. When desired Carpets made and delivered 15 hours after order. Jos. EBlack Oor. Main 4 Fourth Bta. ARRIVED! Our spring line of cele- brated management of the aft'uirs of The Times company, and sentenced to the pen- itentiary for five years. Mr. West has been at largo on bail since ho appealed from thu decision of the lower court a yew ago. hearty welcome on their more on April 19, the versary of that memnrable day when they were attacked by the mob in pass- ing through the city. The old Sixth is known as tha 'Worcerter light in- I hotel', 'antry. n Ifi EDWIN BOOTH WILL RETIRE. lie will Bliiko Ills I'ltHt AppenrmiC' Ne.vl nt liroolilj 11. BROOKLYN, N. Y., March United Press.] -F.dwiu Booth, (be cm hient tragedian, to-day announces hi retirement, from the stage after th season. He haa ordered his manage to cancel all dates made for him nex year anil states that his present en- gagement at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, which ends on Saturday of this week, will be bis farewell. ISIO Dfntln f o-.ii La Griiip NEW YORK, NEW Nagle, of the board of health, reported six deaths Monday and eighteen Sunday from the This makes over 130 in all srtce the'scourge made its last appearance, "Prince night clerk at the Keller House, skipped for parts un- known early tbis morning witb about in money which had been subscrib- ed by boarders for the benefit of AUIOS an old man employed about the with iion-shrinkable neck- bands and fast colors. JM One Price Clothier, Hatter and Furnisher. IN SPA PERI :1WSPAPER!
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