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The Manufacturing Harness Co.
Represents One of Our Own Hand
made CA.KRIA.GKE HA-KISTESS.
' A complete assortment of Lmlles and Gents Hanibstanipeil Belts,
alt sizes; Lt-ggingi and a complete assortment of everything pertululug to our
g0T A complete assortment of Racing Equipments.
pjpecliil Wo keep in stock uu
Notes for Our
Those receive our most care
ful attention at all times, but
now the warm wont I -it is up
on us, our facilities for the
prompt shipment of fiesh gro
ceries our careful packing
will explain why we increase
year by year this class of
trade. Please note (by a com
parison of quality with any
price list in your vicinity) our
extremely moderate prices. We
maintain unitorm high
"Wo shall bo pleased to make
up estimates for any number
of our patrons who may pur
pose taking a cottage by the
sea, or camping. If you will
state how many in the party
and number of days or wcoks
for your outing, wu will quote
on anything from the bath
soap in tho morning to the
after dinner cigar. Wherever
you may be rusticating we
can serve you with tho same
attention us if you were nt
homo in tho city. Wo serve
you the year round it's our
Lewis Sc Co.,
Ill FORT STREET.
53T TELEPHONE 240.
E. A. JACOBSON,
II' YOU WANT 'J'O J:i'J ,
TIIK Al'l'HOAOIl 01
YOU VILU NICK.l) A
PAIR OF SPECTACLES
1it ImmI Ahw In town In g't Uii'in I"
milt ul IhIHh uml iouI(i-m It (
K. 0 , PA A I tT'B
w rii Hiiwt.
J. J. COUG1IL1N.
1. 0. Dux 2'2.
J soil only OUR OWN Manufacture.
Offer for sale Cases of the Finest
Mosehvincs and Hock
Uerziger Herzlay, Etc.
(Gumlluch'a) lu Kegs and Cases.
Beach Fork Whisky,
From lirown Foreman & Co.,
A. 13. 0. BEER from St. Louie,
RA1NIE1I BEElt from Senttlo,
Ktc, Kte Ktu.
Von Holt lllnek, King Btreot.
Phaetons and Buggies.
If you tiro in need of a vohiclo
of any duflcription, inspoct tlio
btook of 0, Bcliuiiinu til tlio Club
BtnbloH, JIo kuojiH on hand a full
lino of pliautoiiH, surroyH, bupice,
road wayoiia, and l'rnior roud
J I'm 0110 thing lo tako an onlor
for a norlralt uml millo miollior
tolill ItHiitUfuutoilly, KIiiuUioh'
imrlrallM liavu ulnayu Imoii known
to glVd Hlltilflletlo nnd noiv (hut
winy iiuyo iwiiumni un'ir itiush ho
low, nn ultra jtiilunomMul U vJur
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A UMitrrl AfTHIr.
On day n Mrntiptr nn. Into our
rmnp nt Ynl'ii IIcihI, mill u.i.r looking
nlioiit for nulillo I in uppio:ii'lidii miner
imtnnl Scott mill Ixiwrd mill ruillnl ami
"Kin yo' Inform mo If tlmr li u iicn
tlcmnn In this yero ramp -a rcK'lnr
"Tlmr Im," promptly replied Mr.
Scott, m lio ilrow lilinsclf up.
"I'm Kind to h'nr It. I'm from tliu
rnmp down nt Dcud Hill. Tliry told mo
down tli.tr tlmt I couldn't find a Kcntltv
man up here."
"And who Lo yo'?" demnnded Scott.
"I'm n Ki'iitlrmun, nh rcu'lnr
Kciitlcmna, mid I'm dolilttcd lo meet
yo'. My cofuioturn In lticlinrds. Ah ii
srntlcmnn yo' muxt know tho monniiiK
of tho ord 'epRiiomtu.' "
"In rourso I do," it'pllcd Scott, who
had never heard Hid word hoforo lu liin
Hfo. "Hov yo' any pciticklcr objeck in
"1 hov. As n Kcntleniou I would llko
to hov a little BorlmmnKo with miotlier
gentlemun. Yo Imv Haid yo' wiim n gen
tlemnn, mid I'm Ki'iitlemnn 'nulf totukn
yo'r word fur It."
"Want a scrimmnRO, eh?"
"I do, nnd if yo' kin accommodate me
I shall feel mllity olileiped "
Scott had had n dozen dilfcreut rows
In camp, and always catuo olf litht best,
and tho Idea of a setup with n dtraiiRcr
Htruok him favorahly. Ho tlioaglit tlio
matter over for a minute and then n-ud:
"I don't seo no objeckhhuus to n
t8crimmago, bain at yo' oro hankeriu
artor ono, but n a gcntlomau spcakln
4o another gentleman it is my dooty to
warn yo' that I'm a powerful fighter. "
"That's lovely of yo'," smiled the
stranger. "On my part Irmmt warn yo'
that I shall lick yo ontcr yo'r botes inside
of threo miuits. Gentlemen should al
ways her a fa'r nnderataudin in ad
vance." "Would it bo r.s'in tho manners of a
gentleman if I called yo' u bluffer?"
asked Scott nq ho began rwlhifr off.
"Not under the tnroumtaucr.' re
plied tho (stronger. "I was jest ubotit to
olwarvo that yo was a duffer, and I hopo
yo'll tako no otteuso."
"Nouo at nil, but yo' aro a blamed
"Thanks', nudyo' nrethosanio. I will
now divest myself of my apparel and
pnlvcrizo yo' llko a gentleman."
We talked about tho fight for mniit'.it
afterwaxd. The two enmo together a; '1
heaved and i-truugled for a minute, '
tho stranger brokd away and gavo .,
Scott a rap on tho jaw which Mint 1..
to grass and put him to sleep at tin
same time. It was over in no time, and
the Btrangcr bowed and milled right
and left uud said to tho camp:
"Give tho gentleman my compli
monts when ho wakes up and toll him
that I hopo thero will bo no bard fed
ins. I'm in u bit of a hurry or I'd stop
and tell him mjclf. As n gentleman I
bid yo' good day."
Ho was half a ruilo away when Mr.
Scott opened his eyes and wanted to
know what had happened.
"Yo'vo bin licked," replied ono of
"Who did it?"
"A feller as paid ho was a gentleman
and yo' was auother."
"Yas, I remember, and darn bis
hide," groaucd tlio man an ho sat up
and hold his jaw. "S.iy, now, tho noxt
tinio n feller comes along yero and
wants to know if wo'vo got a gentlo
man in camp yo' jist holler and let mo
hido among tlio rocks, for I've gono
outer tho bizness to stay."
Waking Up Gnlilrn II 111.
Whilowewero taking a rest at n turn
in the trail over tlio Dok niouutaiiiH a
man about GO years old came down
from above on a mule Ho was a lonf?
haired, roughly garbed man with a hi
lious cast of countenance, and wo didn't
look for any fun iu him as ho halted.
Ho naturally nkcd whero o were
bound for, and wu naturally anked for
hiH destination in reply.
"I'm a jMn down to Golden Hill to
wako up tho town," ho replied with a
"How wako it up?"
, "Wall, 1'vu heard that tiling is pow
erful blow down tlmr, with no ghootiu
and nobody U'u kin. d to boom tilings.
I thought I'd go down and Htir 'em up
and Kit thing ii-goin."
"How do you propocu to ro at It?"
"Oh, that'H e.ihy 'nulf. I'll put the
nlu niulti on a gullop and ride up and
down, and tliingn will bo red hot iu
half an hour. That'll bin uiy'biKucHS fur
tho last lUo y'arh waklu up Hlecjiy
toviiiH uud iiiakiu things hum."
"They may wako you up down thi'ic,'1
mild ono of tho crowd who knuw thi
Golden HUIuih fairly well.
"Veh, they may," replied tho old
man, with 11 ipieer Miiilu hovering oil
his face. "That's what I nefd, liowuv
i'i, and I Hue I'll go down and huv u
pop at three or tour erlttem. I'vo bin
llvln lijijijn In 11 enu fur tlio lui-t ix
uiouthx, mid Mirier med wakln up to
Kit the life Imp Die."
JJe inile nlV down llie trail, n'ldliiK
llU In lid llhjf Illl'OIIV. Iclltloll Willi llllll
wlf, mid wo jmiMieil nur vny. Tin 10
iluyH later m mith buck nt Ooldin Mill
with tho puck loniln of ore, nnd, imct
Ing tint low 11 nmolml on lint juiblle
HIIIIHI, I IlKjIlllllll
"Did 1111 nlil fellow, iiioiiniid on 11
wind mule, tiuHW ihiMu )wu liii Ouy
(l" In wiiko up the Iiih'IiV"
"Iff did," WW (lie iiwpt Hilly.
"phi ln mil hU uuId ujiHUil itwii
1 "P)'t li iyn 11J Hiiy 0 luHf
AUUUS'IV 17, 18H7.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Tlio mid-summer scnHoii is
011 nnd vornnda fancy work is
tho latest fad among tho ladies
who do not hnvo all the res
ponsibilities of tho home on
their shoulders. Wo hnvo all
the notorial ncccsenry for tlint
class of work and you know
our rcputntion for low prices.
Wc hnvo a fine assortment
of Infant's Bonnets and Caps
in the finest materials. If you
will fi"uro up tho cost of tho
goods nnd count tho time and
labor it requires when you
niako them at homo you will
wonder how wc can sell them
at the price wo ask. It is bo-
iuso we buy largo quantities
direct from tho manufacturer.
An inspection of our stock
of Serges, black or blue, suita
ble for ladies' wear is invited.
These goods cannot be dupli
cated. Our stock of Quilts, Pillow
Linen, Ladies' Handkerchiefs,
White Tucking and Puffing is
large and varied and tho prices
low. The same applies to
J. I. WATERHOUSE
Just Like Gold Coin.
For more than fifty years
has PERRY DAVIS' PAIN
KILLER stood the test
against all remedies prepared
to eradicate pain, nnd today
stands at the head of the list
among tho medicines thnt aro
so essential to keep at hand in
It is not n now fnngle remedy
nor do the proprietors lay
claim to any wonderful revela
tion of tho ingredients that on
tcr into tho manufacture of
this ever popular remedy.
It is perfectly harmless, you
need have no fear of becoming
habitually inclined to its uso.
For Colic, Cramps, Dysen
tery, Colds, and all painful
affections, a few doses will cer
tainly givo relief. You cannot
afford to bo without a bottle
in tho house.
Your forefathers used it
and found it boneiicial.
Why experiment with some
remedy that is new and its effect
on tho system unknown?
It has many rivals but no
jtt- Tho new 35c. size con
tains over double tho quantity
of tho 25c. size.
Hollister -:- Drug
Bolu AgontH (or the Inland,
HuviliK been thin iluy ui)iiluluil by
Her ilujety Die Quoin Downier Ku
iiloluul, u Axi'iil iKoimlillil) ol tliu
FlnlierltB of llunumnu uml Awuwa.
iiiulu, nbtiilneil by ber uinler leiuu
from tliu Tiinttie of tliu It, l. HMiop
IC-mle, ixlHiilInu (iuiii MuIiuimiii
1'nliil (') KnUn Jit'Uil to lliuHmitliol
ililn Nluml, hereby wuru all mm
fUllllltf III tit UuMtt llIOI I III)
miiiu nltll"iit lrl obtiilnlliK ni'iuU
Aliynnu ili'KUiIHK IliU linlleu
will lu imi'uiiiiH in iiiu ulliMt ex
Uiii nl lb" U'.
JluiiuliiluJiilyW, lw7, Wliu
J. M. WEBB'S
No. 316 Fort Street.
Has just rocoived direct
from Lontlon n Btook of tho
famous F. H. Ayro's Lawn
Ton u is llnckots, used nt tlio
Enulish, Irish, Scotch ami
Wolsh OhampionBhi moot
ings. An inspection is soli
cited. AlwayB on hand.
Ilnwniiau Guitars, Taropatch
Guitars, Ukulolcs, Ilnwniiau
Shoot Musio, Hawaiian Pho
tographic YiowB, Laud nnd
Sea Shells, Hawaiian Fans iu
great variety, Curios, etc, etc.,
Books, Stationery and office
Prices Always Riglit
Received per . . Australia
The following list of Fresh Goods:
Straight Cut, lu quarter
' Duke's Cameos.
All There, Etc.,
Also, a general assortment of ,
Fresh Smoking and
of different Brands.
FOR SALE AT THE
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE,
Finest Turnouts in City.
Wagonettes and Surries
With Careful Drivers always on
Hacks at All Hours.
E&. TELEPHONE 319.53
Stand: Fort and Merchant Btreetc
J. J. SurxivAN,
Fashion StalilBS Co.,L'fl.
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in tho City, with Compoteut uud Care
Gentle Saddle Horses for Ladies and Gentlemen
Always on hnnd.
Stand at the Pantheon Stables,
Corn ot Fort and Hotel Streets.
TeLBPHONK: Haw'n Hotel Stables 32.
Pantheon Stables 34.
613 to 621 Fort Street.
BhcWbinginMl Its Branches.
W. W. WltlOHT, Proprietor.
(Successor to O. West)
PEOPLE'S EXPRSS CO.
Orrnm 9)7 Mkucimnt Htiiht,
Fumituro and Pwiiob enro
Mim Checked al Your Home,
DVHINO UH HI', U7D ''
A MICH (CAN
Uvcry and Boarding Stalilco
LIVW?Y H0 HOAHDINO BTAMi8.
km.'. .WOjeJ f
.MANl'KAOTUItKI) I1Y TIIK
Oliver Bros.' Plow flfafa.
These, throujli good service
nnd effective work on SUGAR
and RICE P L ANTATIONS,
and elsewhere, have nmde for
themselves a good reputation.
Reports from our customers
show perfect satisfaction given
in scouring, light drnft nnd m"
Wo now present to the pub
lic a full line, as follows:
Sizes: 5 to 10 Inches.
Mado for light cultivation
and all ordinary use and by a
systouintio system of bracing
these plows are both light and
Sizes: G, 8 and 10 Inches. For
Sizes: 12 and 14 Inches. For
breaking nnd heavy plowing.
Florida Peach Trees
can secitro them by
leaving orders with
E. W. JORDAN,
Till Hi'Dtvnibur. Dullvurv ilur.
i)K UewtnUvr, 1)771 in
Houso and Lot For Sale,
Oil Yoiiiik ulrrel, town wlilu n(
Tliimni" H'Miuifj, Uuw Jfouwu of tU
rooiim, IiiuIuHiik (mrlor. Ilinu bixb
rouin, illiilnu.inmi) uml Idlolii'ii, Imili
uimI nufvmil'K mum, klimU uml mil.
Ihium). J ...i Ml ii (mm by IM hvi
ouuii, Kurilwii nii'1 fuilt bmirliiK mu,
THlu KimrunlttMl itfiluit, Ai'iily mi
liit.iiilfw, nr in
Ml M. H lirmbKMui i .
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