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HARDWARE, STOVES, DOORS,
REDWOOD SHINGLES, PAINTS
FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. .
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL .DEALERS IN
PROVISIONS BOOTS SHOES HATS DRY- GOODS. NOTIONS.
GLASS, HAIR, CEMENT AND PLASTER PARIS.
Ag'cuafe for Molina Wagons' and New Home .Sewing Machines.
Qoo. II. Dtfley, of Tucson, is in
II. 0. Gamy, of Williams, was in
Hon. J. 0. Ilormlon, of Proscqtt,
xvas in .town ,tbis weok on. logal bus
,inoss. . Just received, some new atyly .in
,adirs, mirtcs and .chilnrcns shoes, at
Miss Inurn llax worth wont to
Uejlemont Thursday to teach tho pub
Jio school tiere.
Mrs. J. E. Daggs- oxpoots to loavo
,to-lny for a visit of a few weeks vith
(frioijds.in Los. Angeles, Oal.
E. J. Graves and J. A. Mcintosh
of Laconia, Arkapsai, are in our town,
and thoy will probably opae in bus
Flagstff Lodgo No. 11, J. 0. 0. F ,
.aro making preparations for a grand
.ball and supper, to bo hejld in Powell's
Hall on Juno 2.
Fresh California fruits, otndies,
.oigvra, tobaccos, statiouory nnd thu
jates; nowspapors alwas on hand at
Abeel's nQwa depot.
Mrs. Elsmero Attig, of Cinyon
P'i ililu, with her mother Mrs. King, of
jPi jhton, Kuns , aro visiting the jaiu
jly of J 1. Elmorq.
Mr. Harding.of Oak Orook says he has
.quite n largo crop of strawberries nnd
.that ho will bo able to supply Flagstaff
tthJ3 sQason with somo ory delicious
All tho regular woekly meeting's in
,tho M. E. Church wero dispensed with
ithia Y.eok on acoouut of -tho G.iniLvul
excepting tho weekly prayer meotiug
Jbeld on Thursday evening.
Tho St. Johns Herald says: lTho
ground up3 n both qnda o? Jlio county
will commence on tho 20th There
$ ill bo very little ros.t for tho boys for
,tho tibxt threo or four iponths.
- Jfr. H, F. Spoer, "representing Jltto
wholesale leather nnd shoo findings
establishment of G. 1 1. Schoellkopf,
Dallas, TVxas, is in tho city, nnd ho
peports a vory encouraging trjp through
List ovening tho scholars attonding
fhe publio school,givo a plei?ant dance
.at Powell's II ilL There was a largo
number of young peiplo prosont, and
thoy tripped the Jtht autistic until
Jtho woo sma' hours.
Mr. M. G. Gillette, Thursday put
his bhucp shearing macliinu into oper
ation at tie slaughter houso west of
own. Tho shearing machine is prq
nounced n siceesi by those who ba o
witnessed its operation.
Wantedioo carpenters, lumbcr
jmen, quarrymen, cow boys, ranch
roea, in fact every nun to qorne and
buy clothing, hats, boots and every
thing in the furnishing line, of P. J
IJrannen, where the best stock and
lowest prices are to be found.
SJr. J. E. Palmer, tho local manager
pi the Western Union ollice at this
place has placed 300 additional cell in
Jtho baUory room, making a total of
1,000, rooro than all tho colls com.
lined in vise throughout tho territory.
Olarlc ii Adams, of Prescott, ore
putting up a port-iblo saw mill plant
about two miles this side of Williams,
gouth of tho A. & P. They havo u
poutraot for getting out a large lot of
io nnd bridge timber for the Prescott
In tho inter-territorial prizo drill at
the Al'm1U(nlU0 fa'r ,n September,
the following prizes vTiil bo -?(iven:
Post Unllcd company in Arizona or
Now Mexico, first prizo, $500; socond
prize, $300; tliird priz.o, 200; best
rtrillad man, 8100.
Doctor Livingston formerly of King
man goes to Prescott. May success
crown hi3 professional ability in tho
future as it has in the past live years
that wo havo known him. Ho has
fractiqed f of our families and for our
riends nnd has constantly been em
ployed by tho A it P. 1 R. na phy
sician ftiul surgeon. We therefore
commend him to. tho good pooplo of
Prescott and vicinity q,a a gontloman
and a man o! professional ability.
Tho Champion is in rocoipt of a let
ter from B'ranJ. Dyer, of Los Ange
les, Socrolary of the- Editorial Assoc
iation, of Southern California. He im
forms us that a mombor of tho com
mUteo wijl visit Flagstaff at an early
early dato an,d completo their plans for
their enroing exoursion to this place
and the Grand Canyon. It is propos
ed to gs from this placo to tho Cliff
and Cavo Dwellings, thon roturning to
Peaoh Spring and' thenco by convoy
nco to the Canyon, Meantime a rep
resentative of the. association will go
pvor 'the. route and report at tho next
p?io.i of tho Ilxoeutiu'Oomiiiitl
Mining notices of Jooation fpr salo at
All kinds of job work neatly and
promptly dono at Tjjb Ci.Mrio.vJ
Judgo Wells will open a term of
district court in Proscott on next
.Monday, tho 18th inst
Jf Tkg Champion doo3 not roach
you regularly, notify this office and the
trouulo will bo oorreeteU,
Call on P' J. Brannen for spring
neckvare. lie is alwajj? pleased to
show, and can show the latent novel
Ilea .in gentb furnishings.
II. Marvin, a foiuier rosidont of
Paellemonte, hut now engaged in liusi
jiess at Puich Springs, was in tosn
seoral days this eejc.
P. P. Daggs, leturnud fi-ora Plio:ni
this weok, w hero he has been spending
tho winter-. Mr. Dajjgs will remain
in FhgstilF during thu summer.
Tho Gallup Elk reports ono caso of
small pos at that pi ice, and tint tho
health ollioora liao takon the neces
sary steps to prevunt its spreading.
What about tbat grand Foiiith of
July ci)lolmtion FiugataH is going to
In vo this coming Fourth? Kow is a
good tune to begin preparations.
Tho 'headstones which nrutomaik
tho soldiers grue3 in our cemetery,
have beon shipped frm St Louis, and
will arrive here about tho 20th inst.
Mrs J. H. Ertob, wifo of Mr, Eteb
the wool grower of this place, who hus
jbeon sponding tho winter' in Boston,
her former home, is otpecte to anno
ticre to lay,
Mr. John G. Tinker, who has been a
rosideut of this towu for the pist live
years left on Thursday last for Prescott.
Mr. Tinker was accompanied by his
family and goes to Prescott ,io accept u
lucativo potion xm a newspaper of
A party of pleasuro seekers loft on
Wednesday for Oak Crook, u Intro thev
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j uuiuii i u luiiiiuut.. .tun nicy i , . -' rr, .
will l.o joined to-day lSon additionalF"-' wc w, movc ,ntoour
party. TheroLS.aiijWKt!aitceoI trout
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VrtftiVpfacfl and it is a fdoUgbtful spot
to spend the holidays,
Mr. Charles Cauall, an electrician
from St. Louis, Mo , is one of thuja test
nrrivftli iri our city, aud comes hero as
an employe of tho A. fc P., in tho
capacity of line repairer. Mr. Oanall
is an expert in his business, nnd his
territory extends from Wiuhlow to tho
IJ. II, Leo, the representative of a
San Francisco lire Insurance agency,
spent a couple of days in Flagstaff
this week. Mr. Leo gets around, over
Arizona about once a year. Ho noted
tho giow tli and improvomonts of our
town during (ho past year, and says
that we have the most prosperous towu
in tlia Ten itory,
Tho Woman's Belief Corps held a
tneetiug on Thursday afternoon for the
purpose of completing arrangements
far taking part in the memorial ser
vice.:. It is to be hoped that all our
publio spirited citizens, and tho ladies
especially, will do all in their power to
make tins occasion a grand success.
Col. R. O. CJowry, General Manager J
of the Western Union Telegraph Co.,
accompanied by O, II. Summers, Eire
tricjan, M- ft Urjstoi, Superintendent
of Construction, Flunk Jaynes, Sup
erintendent, Mr. J'ikertof New York
City nnd others will arrive in Flagstaff
next weok in a special car. They aro
on a general inspecting tour over their
line, and will return from SanFrancisco
over tho Union Pacific railroad to
Tho Woman's Relief Corp3 desiro
that all. who can give flowers for Decor
ation Day shall send them in on tho
morning of tho 30th, to tho G, A. R.
hall, before 10 o'clock. It U tho pur
po;o of the management to prosent
oaoh participant in tho procossjon with
bouquets of flovvors, and consequently
it will require a largo quantity.
Flowers have been ordered from Cali
fornia for this purpeso, but it may uot
bo possiblo to get a sutlicioncy, ana it is
oxpected that at least a fow bouquets
can bo had from our residents.
Tho following havo registered gl the
Bank Hotel during tho past week; G
E Brown, Prescott; N Ross, A it P R
R; Bob Froidelino A & P R R; E J
Graves, Lacomia, Ark; J B Mcintosh,
Forry, Mich; H F Speer, Dallas, Tox;
M J Keys St. Jose, Mo; L R Williams
and wife, Winslow; W L Hcndersbot,
Kansas City; Mr Thomas and wifo,
Chicago; A P Aldtrich and wifo,. Al
buqnorque; M Roach, Chicago; Mrs M
Campbell, Winslow; H H Loov San
Frauoisco, O W Dempster, Chicago;
A Morrison and wifo, Winslow; D S
Geles, Kansas City; J W Dodson St
Louis; J O Herndon, Prescott; T D
Banning, Now York; J E Mignour
Kansas City; G R Eykyset Sarauno,
Wv: Frank Plom.oiux. Chaina. H M:
W H Sebastain, Sj-n Franc(s.cofxG?6;BL
It. Finuie, is in Flagstaff for a fow
The Babbitt-Norris building is
ready for the brick layers.
Mrs. J. Nv -Colieuour, of Peach
Springs, was in town Monday.
Mrs. T. J, Ross returned last
Sunday from a visit to Arkansas.
Mr. Forbish, train dispatcher at Win
slow, took in tho Carnival Thursday.
Dr. dj. J. "Bntnnc n made a profes
sional visit to Williams, Monday last.
There Is dancer in impure bbal- There
if safety in Uiti' IIumI's Sirsjparilla, the
great Mopil puriher. loo doses on J dollar.
Miss Nellio Down, of Winslow
spent sevoral days here during .the
Tho members of tho Cooonino band
now dono haudsorae new Gilmoie
Dr. Johnston, si Williams, returned
from a trip to his old home in Kansas,
It would be a good idea if the back
yards in -Un business portion ol the
town were clea.net? up.
Tim public school closed yesteiday
for tho .summer vacation, wh ieh w ill
bo of threo months' duration.
C Gruner, returned Tuesday from
a two months trip to the east. He
will remain in Fljgstaff this summer.
Robt. Daggs, who has boen spending
somo timo hero visiting J) is brothers,
Jeft Thursday for his homo ii. Miss
M. J. Koys, a representative of the
St. Josqph, Mo Gazette, is in town
and will writo up this section for
The Catholics ol Winslow will
hold a fair on the nights of May 26,
27 and 28. The proceeds will go
towards building, a church at that
Messrs. McClurc. O'Neil, Caffee,
the painters, are (ting the finishing I ",e f""JirJMiUU!?Jt tBTuut
touched On the neWjteMttfacttcffi!0 ot tho leading features of
'For afternoon what is nicer than a
pretty teagown. P. J Brannen has
just received a nice line of colors in
Henriettas. Elegant goods for these
'lhe following messages remain
uncalled for at the Western Union
Telegraph Office: J C Wilson, Geo
R KyJfcvD, p D Banning, Norman
Hall, W H Ellis, J V Khoades.
A party consisting of F. M. Thomas
and wifo of Chicago and A P. Aldrich
oi Albuquerquo and M. J. Keys of St.
Joseph, Mo' left for tho Grand Can on
The Board of Supervisors of Yav-
apai County, after due consideration!
of the matter, concluded to accept
the A. &P. taxes as tendered them
T'was a wise conclusion and their
action is appproved by the taxpayers.
The Sulphur Springs, Texas, spring
sale of wool took pi ico on tho 14th
inst. Tho salo was by miction, nnd
tho clips was sold at 22J cents per
pound. Tho Sulphur Springs wool is
tho tinost in Texan, nnd sold Jast year
at 27 cents, nearly fivo contsabovo
the price of Thursday. Tho prices
realized at this salo aro always con
sidered by buyers as a croteriou of the
yalueor wool during tuo next two or
threo months This sale is always at
tended by buyers from Boston, Now
York, Philadelphia nnd St. Louis.
Card of Tlianks.
The Ladies' Aid i-'ociety of the
M. E. church wish to express their
thanks to the business men of Flag
staff for their assistance in preparing
aud carrying out th.; various designs
of the jutblee, to tho Arizona Ouamp
pion and Flagstaff Democrat lor
kindness shown,' to all citizens who
aided them in the enterprise and to
the general public lor their liberal I
Mrs. ai. Scarborough, ires.
Mrs. J. E. Palmer, Sec'y.
Regular services at the M. E.
church to-morrow morning, subject
"The Fall of Man," subject for even
ing "The Pearl of Great Price."
Preaching every Sabbath at the
M. E. church, corner of Larue and
Church streets.at it a. m. and 7:45
p. m. Sabbath School 10 a. m. and
Epwonh League services at 7 p. m.
All are cordially invited to attend
all these services.
N. F. Norton,
The citizens of llagsuffarc earn
estly requested to turn out for a re
organization ot me nags tan tunes,
on Thursday evening May 21st.
Don't fail to be present,
Capt. Commanding; Compa'ny "C."
Got your bill heads, letter heads!
jfenYolopela'nd all manner of printing
I dt neJitl-TitffOiHMt'ioK job oftcc
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The Merchants Cirnival ononcd
Tuosday ovening. Tho first on tho
progiammo wns the Grand March, led
by Mrs. G. A. Bray, assisted by "Mrs.
II. D. Ross. Tho former carrying a
banner representing the Republican
Sheriff, R. II. Cimeron and tho "Ban
nor Town" the latter representing tho
Demoerntio Sheriff, J. W. Francis and
tho "B inner Town," both ladies wearng
black tho first evening and the second
evening one carrying a 'beautiful white
banner for tho winning sheriff, Francis
whilo the other carried a black bannor
in half mourning. Tho ladies, Mrs
Bray and .Mrs Ross cannot bo ghen
too much praiso for their success.
Mrs Palmer 111 Queen was indeed
suited to the position and carried off
tho honors of -the ovening, While Mer
rill Vorics, as page was very highly
praised. The address delivered by Mrs
Palmer to our beautiful mountain town
was oxcflllent;taiid our cit'zens should
take tho Queens advice.
Mr Vim II0111 as stage manager,
ivas .tho bet man they could have sel
ected nnd tlio ladies uro very grateful
for his very vulunblc assistance.
Mrs Horry Fulton as pianist was
oxcoedinyly good, and understands mu -
loo much credit cannot bo given
Mrs Pnlmer nnd Mrs Cameron for
their unoeasing efforts to ruako this
Carnival a success. Tliey hav 0 worked
haul 0 make everyrhiug come out
successfully itnd have succeeded. They
wero assisted by other ladies of the
were a Jiumbor of visitors
hero fron. our neighboring towns
HaiTyKislIngbury" as Captain of
1110 unnuvu, znuir suits wero oraei-
eu iruui oun rrancisco out tailed to ai
rive, and all labored umlor some
difliculty with all tin "draw ba. kg.
Everything went oil exceedingly won.
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Tho hdies aid piesented Mr Kiling-
uury vvitu a Liaaiond pm, bought at
tho diamond palaco in Albuquerque.
Tho Queen (Mrs Paluer) making a
very interesting speech in behalf of
the Ladies Aid
The following is a bst of the names
of those renresentiiiir the different
business houses and professional men:
Edith Alvord, Mrs. Alvord's mil
linery house. Stella Yancey, John
Abcel. Eliza Beasley, Daggs Bros.
Lillian Grace, Brannen's dry gouis.
Maud Scarborough, City Dining
Hall and Dr. llrannen. Nettie Lock
wood, P.J. Brannen, wagons. Delia
Powell, btone Quarry. Irene Hox
worth. Sing Gee On. Jennie Morse,
Uray's drv doods. Duet. "Sniff a
Sing," Stella Yancey and Edith Al
vord. Mr. Morses repiesentatives
were Maud Norris, Georce Palmer
and Glay Pitts.
Etta Powell, Hoxworth's tin store.
Mrs. W. D. Ross, Mrs. Brown's mil
linery. Mis May Hawkev, Riordan's
dry goods, aud Mary Irvine, Rior
dan's shoe department. Julia Dut
ion, van HtJrn. Miss Davis, Mc-
Millen and Goodwin, acnculture
Bertha Lockwood, Jifhe Yancev.
Maggie Wallace, Tl.os. Howe. Mol-
lie Beasley, Branuen's furnishings.
Ella Hawks, Salman's. May Free
man, F. B. Jacobs. Susie Rumsey,
Mrs. E. M. Clark, Mrs. E. F. Green
law, Bank Hotel.
Eva Dutton, Louie Sam Kee.
Florence Newman, lleasley Bros.,
sneep. LHlie Lovcll, Jones, Carpen
ter. . Maggie Wallace, Wilcox. Ida
Gibson, Gibson. Lena Van Nor
man, G. H. Glark. Tillie Hoffman,
F. M. Rumsey. Laura Bell Wallace,
D. Wallace. Gracie Grim, Grim,
Mrs. B. 'Blown, photographer..
Mrs, K li. Jacobs, tanderson s
groceries. Mrs. Livingston, Drr.
Mrs. E. F. Creenlaw, Norris & Eb
iinwood. Henry Ashurst, Asa Clark,
shoemaker. Hurt Cameron
Bros, meat market. WillTir kqr, N.
J. Cameron & Co's. mines. Willie
Hart, Boss Acker, Mrs. Luella
Attig, Lockett Bros. Mrs. J. W.
Francis, Dr. Brannen, Qrugs. Mrs.
John- Clark, Milk Maid '"ableau,
."Before Takinc and After lakintr."
Mrs. Isabella Wallace, itfrs.! P. B.
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Juiiue ueai, 1
H. HaBkint. fire in.!
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surance. Mrs. G. I. itts, Arizona
Central Bank. Mrs. ".- O, Grime,
Babbitt s grocery. Mrsr.ftlcGonigle,
1..VIUAM a.VUUIl. Mld,(41, A. .Ui'
nish, icif Mrs. Ti ,V
Jshecrj.carap, ..iMrs. Ellittt,Dr.
dan's u'nware, Mrs. Ross, Fulhan's
groceries. Newspapers vvtre repro
scnied by Mrs. Eva Marshall for the
Champion, and Miss Retta Reasley
for the -Democrat. Drill. Mabel
Norris, Ladies' Aid. -Page, Merrill
Vories. Stage manager, Mr. Van
Horn. The Coconino band furnished
Tho 'Ladies Aid Society of tho M. R
Church wish to stato that thoy pur
chased tho copyright for tho excellent
entertainment given on tho 12th and
13th -inst, of Mrs. .Bellfontain, Ohio,
and would recommend this Business
Men's Jubilee to nny socioty desiring
to get up a good entertainment.
Tho receipts of the entertainment
wero something over S420, and will
net tho church about S375.
Inherited by few, Is pure blood, freo
from hereditary taint. Catarrh, con
sumption, rheumatism, Scrofula,
and many other maladies born in
the blood, can bo effectually eradi
cated only by the uso of powerful
alteratives. The standard specific
for this purpose tho one best
known and approved is Ayer's
Sarsaparilla, the compound, con
centrated extract of Honduras sar
saparilla, and other powerful altera
tives. "I consider that I hare been
leTcral hundred dollara' expense, by using
A)eri Sarsaparilla, and wuulit strongly
urge nil who are troubled villi lameness or
rheumatic palm to giro It a trial. I am sure
It will do them permanent gootf, as It lias
done me." Mrs. Joseph Wood, West l'latts-burglLN.-Y.
Dr. J. W. Bhlelds, of Smlthvllle, Tenn.,
as: "I regard Ajer's JSariaparllla as the
best blood medicine on earth, and know of
many wonderful cures effected by Its use."
"For many j ears I was laid up with Scrof
uln, no treatment being of any benefit. At
length I was recommended to give Ajer's
Barsaparllla & trial. 1 did to, and
about a dozen bottles, vas rcsfttrtsij toper
feet health welghlnj; 230 pounds n(5 an
now a believer In tho merits of Ayer's Sarsv
parllla." James l'etsy, Mine Uom, Ilreek--enridge
Coal Co. (Umtted), Victoria, Ky.
"My niece, Sarah A. ljsce, was for )ears
afflicted with scrofulous humor In the blood.
About 18 months ago she begin to use
Ajer's Sarsaparilla, and after taking threo
bottlw was completely cured." E. CaflaU,
1". M., Loses, Utah.
Pr.p.rca by Dr. J. C. Aver L Co , Lowell, Mum.
Bold tiyallDruMl.t.. Price II, ii kouici, S.
Cures others, will euro you
ftslgnea's Kotfca To Creditor?.
NOTICE Is here . gir;n that on H e 17th
day of April, D 1S91, Chares IT.
dam, of ihe tow 1 of Flagstaff, n the
county of Cdludiuo, Tirritiry of Ari.rna, by
deed of assignment duly executed and filed
for record in the office of the county re
corder of said Coconino coun'y, mrde an
assignment of all his estitc, both real and
personal, to the undersigned as assignee, for
the benefit of all tuch of bis creditors as
Khali consent to accept their proportional
share of his estate and discharge him Irom
tbeir respective claims. All creditors of the
said Charles I! Clark are requested to pre
sent their claims duly verifiett by affidavit
to the undersigned at hi:, place of business
in the said town of I'lagtiaff, together with
their written assent to said assignnieit forth
with. GOKIJAM A. BRAY,
Assignee of the estate of Charles H.
JDated at the town of FlacsUfl. tn the
county of Coconino, territory ol Arizona,
llus 16th davof May, A. D. 189,1.
NOTICE FOR PUBLIOATIOK.
Land Office, 1'riscott, Ariz.,
Ma) 8, 1 89 1.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his inte ntion
to make final proof In support oi his claim,
and that said proof will hi made before the
clerk of the district court at Flagstaff, Ariz.,
on Monday, June 22, 1891, viz: Robert V.
Bell, declaratory statement No. 2,247. for
the south E ol north east north of
south cast and south west Ji of southeast
X of section 14. tw 21, N R o E.
He- names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of said land, viz: J. Roufh, II.
R. Milbourne, C. Ebarra, Geo. Burns, nil ol
J. C. Martin, Register.
PROPOSALS FOR MILITARY SUP
PLIES AT ROAD STATIONS Head
auarters Department of Arizona, Office of
the Chief Quartermaster, Los Angeles,
California, April 16, 1891, Sealed
Proposals, in duplicate, will be received at
this ollice, until it o'clock a.m. on Monday,
May 18, 1891, and opened immediately
thereafter in the presence of bidders, for the
furnishing of (Fuel, Forage and Water at
Road Static ns in the Department of Arizona
to passing public teams, or detachments of
troops, during the fiscal year commencing
July 1, 1091, ana ending June 30, 1892.
Jlank forms foe proposals.
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particulars 01 the. 'supplies required am
t t nn t.v Iiftflfl mm tnl . I
instructions to bidders, will be furnished on
application to this office, or to the Quarter
master! at Forts Apache, Bowie, Grant,
Huachuca, end San Carlos and Whipple
Barracks, A. T., ndForts Bayard, Stanton,
and Wirigate, N, M The. Government re-
.r'. lll rich tf rl.rt nuv nr nil KM. A
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. KI'V JtWl.UMJ.VJtevJJUter, U. S. A.,
FOR CARPETS !
In a few days house-cleaning will be in
order. New carpets,
wanted. In order to
Ml WOOL CARPETS
ROLLER GOODS AT 7b CENTS.
?mm km lace curtains.
,A11 at Eastern Prices.
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LBQUOR : STORE.
The best and Cheapest House in town
for Fine Whiskies, Brandies,
Wines and Cigars.
BOTTLED rVULWAUKEE BEER ALWAYS IH STOCK. .
Fine Amber Bourbon Whiskey,
Cold Spring 3 year Old Whiskey,
Gamo Cock 3-year Old Whiskey,
J. F. Cutter 4-year Old Whiskey,
W. II. M. Brayor 6-year Old "
Fino 4-ycar Old California Brindy.
Remember on S.
SALARY, S25 PER WEEK
Wanted: Good Agents to seil our
General line of mercliandise. No
peddling. Above salary will lo paid
to "livo" agents
For further information address:
CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY'.
178 West Van EureaSt,, Chicago, III,
E. WHIPPLE St CO..
COFFIHS AND CASKETS. O
O EMBALMING k SPEGIiLTY.
JgMail or telegraphic orders promptly
attended to at satisfactory rates.
leading remedy for all tba
linnaiurkl aiH.crcrv una
private dUeaae of men. A
certalQCur for tbpdr bill
tatlns Tveakn.u pwullar
.1 tunuuiru, .'
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