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E. W. JORDAN'S
No. 1 Store,
. . . GLOVES . . .
'Kid Gloves, White, Cream and
-:- Tan -:-
Evening Gloves, 8 to 10 Bui ton Longtli.
Black Gloves with white stitching.
Colored Gloves with colored stite'iitig.
Hnul Boindo r and Kitnbcrly Driving Glovec
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The largoat assortment of Ladies' "Wliitu Linon Em
broidered. Tho largest and host assortment we huvo evor shown.
LACES , , . .
"Whito nud Butler Valoncionncs Laces with iusoitiouB to
Kenl Maltose Lnce- with iuHorlions to mulch.
j PIll Sjock Of
p. Dj Corsets I
-:- MULLS -:-
White, Colored and Cream Mulls. Houjothing Now !
I'luin and Figund all C ilors.
B"" A full uhfiortnn nt of .Stamped Goods for in brod-
A lurge und vuiiod kIhi' f European and Jupanoso
Bug?. Stair ind Cmii , CujpotP. All sizis and
MAS TOYS . . .
Booking horse', swinging borfeus, police patrol wagons,
gig molars, duxtois, bhoo fly velocipedes, punk carls,
doll curringoe, wagons, wheo barrows, stick bono cliimo,
cr.iqnet sets all sizes, suings, airgniiH, school drill
gnus, magic Inii'.cri s, a complete assortment of guraes,
mcoliunic 1 toys, Christmas tieo ornaments of all kinds,
coss quo. i.nd bni-bons,
Dolls! Dolls! Dolls!
Small toys of ev ry kind.
LEATHER GOODS . . .
L.idioB' pursca, sterling silvrr mounts, ladies Morocoo
and calf handkorohiof bagu, ladies' lambskin and f It
Dorothy bag. .
E. W. JORDAN'S
FORT 8TJUG i-jyr.
.Wilt i:ililett tttttiilrf.1 Itiillnt- lor
n Miialt IoIhm
London, Dc. C -Tha til of tli
market for old and rnro bonks i
tho current price of n copy of
InakWftllon VComplonl Angler,"
published in 1063 Quo was sold
nt nnetion this week for S17G0,
which is the record price. In
187i n lino copy, in choice bind
ing, was offored for $260, and the
sol lor nppended nn apology for
fixing so high n price, lie ex
plainrd that, with one exception,
a copy lind not boon offored in
twenty years. The excoption was
one example, included in a set of
five editious, sold for $1)10, and
afterward resold for SoOO in 1831).
Another copy that cnino under tho
hammer produced Si)00. By 181)1
tho vuluo had mouuted to SlfiGO,
though iu tho following year a
copy fetched no moro than SlOOo.
It iB not tho "Complent Auglor"
nlono which 1ms qono up in price.
Many Bovonteonth and eighteenth
century books are in constantly
inuieatiug dcmniid. A guod deal
less than a generation ago tho
first edition of the "Vicar of
Wakefield" could bo got for $25,
but in 181)2 a copy sold for Sl'.lO.
Tho orgitinl insuo of Gray 'a
"Elogy,,rwhich was first publish
ed at Gd in 17-1, mounted from
S180 iu 1888 to J70 iu l&M.
Tho judgments in tho casos of
tho Ainoka, Yivn and Beatrice,
soizod for being fouud scaling
within tho GO-tuilo prohibited zone
iu JJehring sen, wore delivered in
Admiralty on Monday by Mr.
Drake. Tho court found that tho
vcssols had been sealing wilhiu
the prohibited anno and that tho
def nee set up as to stress of
weather boiug tho causo of the
positions of tho vessels when soiz
cd had uot been satisfactorily es
tablished. Ho ordered tho three
schooners with thoir equipment
condemned, but provided that they
bo released on paymout by each of
MOO and coBts within thirty days.
His lordship held that if voobels
woro allowed immunity on tho
plea that they got into prohibited
waters through accident, ignor
ance or mistake it would bo im
possible to euforco the Behring
soa regulations. In the case of
tho schoonor Aurora, which was
discharged tho othor day, tho
Court awarded tho vessel cosls,
but no damages, as His Lordship
held that there had been n reason
able cause shown for the seizure.
AlbHiir. Illurli Ciil.
In speaking of her own debut
Madame Allmni vouches for the
following amusing incident, says
the Strand Magazine: "J made
my debut iu London at C'ovent
Garden on Apiil 2, 1872, iu my
favorite Amiua, and 1 don't mind
confessing Unit 1 attributed a good
doal of my sucivss that uiglit to
tho sudden nppi aranco of a big
black cat. I am ery superstitious.
1 always occupy the same room at
tho theatre it jr. one of the larg
est iu the houn'. JubI as 1 was
all ready and piopaiing to go on
the stage the dor was slowly and
i-ileully puhoil open, and one of
the hiugcst bl.ii i i-atrt imiigiuablo
peeptd in mill I." Iced at mo. (.),
lit w delightid J mm! "i !, L
don't wonder at jour smiliug, but
p. black cat has always been a
lucky tiling for me, and I would
wolcomo ono at any lime;" und tho
gifted artiste lutighu heartily as
sho tells that she does not keep
ono specially in tho house to on
buro good fortune entering at tho
hHuMiiir ol' Woiitlifr.
'iThoro is no spot on tho Paci
fic Coast, and porhaps in the en
tire world whero iho suuimor
il ijs aro ploaBnntor than iu Seal
t'i'," caid a woll-known Now York
tiaveling ninu yestorday. "Such
(i day ad this, for instance, is tho
very perfection of summer
neither too hot nor windy, just
simply perfect .hist think what
a si im you SenltleitcH havo: such
delicii ui weather as this tho
kind that makc your soul attuno
to Iho poetry of ixihtonce. Could
you iiuughw anylliing nicer than
a day like this and a bottle of
Ilaini-r Boor i Tlu dny will
niako you onjoy Jtniuift Boer, end
Jiiiinuu' Huor will niake vou ii.iov
the day, Itainii r Ijcit u ,
lighlful bovoiugi' for uuinmor. On
tap or in bottles at tho Cri
Furniture ! -:- Furniture !
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Most Complete Stock and the Greatest
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NISHING GOODS !
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at ouce. Particulaxs iji a ;few
ORDWAY & PORTER,
.Trlotel and Bethel Str'eeitf.