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Volume XYl-Ne. 276.
LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1880
Friee Tw Onte.
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24 CENTRE SQUARE.
We li.ii e fei Hale for tlie cetiihig scmeug au
IMIJl(;i:(t SJeclc of
3l car e n li.aiiiiiactiirc, which ceurpilfca the
j"it(;t an 1 Me.it
STTHSI DESIGN S.
Cnnc and faee eiii
.vli'.cli is lurfc- iinl compeMidof thobest styles
e In' ieuml I. ii,c clljv
II B. llestBthr & Sed,
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
Tai I ;riu ir Establishment.
MONDAY, APRIL 5.
ll:i;n u.-.t letmneil irem tlie New Yerk
,'ini!e-.' -'.:n .: I. 1 .tin new prepared te exhibit
ilici.l t' '! t -(. clcil Stocks Of
ill si SfnDHT
i i leuhi te Jhl- rlt3'. Nene but the xwy
all tin- l.Mili. vrMvle-. Prices as ion :ui the
eHfst,:nnl:ill .iivN v.iiir.iuleil a ivprcnont ivprcnent
li.ul H. GERHART'S,
He. SI North Queen Street.
THE ARTIST TAILOR.
Ue-in;i out our .-leek Of IAlt Weights ill
u )t te make room for
Fall and Winter Stock..
A Ltuvge Llna of
SERGES AND REPS,
UAXXOCKIJUKNS AND CELTICS,
GAXI1IIOON PAR AM AT A
AND 11ATISTE SUITINGS.
hiiEusucKKiis yalencias, PAROLE
AX1) MU1IAIK COATINGS.
A Splendid Assortment of Wllferd'a Padded
Ducks in Plain una Faney Styls. A Full Line
feife Ifl Bit Yesfe
All tin latest novelties. An examination of
our stock Is respectfully f ellcitcd.
T. K. SMALING,
121 NORTH QUEEX STREET.
The Old Bitner Line, Established 1846.
J. R. BITNER'S
FAST FREIGHT LINE
VIA PENNA B. R.
All Freight Bent te Frent and Prlme streets.
Philadelphia, up te C o'clock and te X e. 5 Deck
street, te 5 o'clock p. in., will arrive same night
at Depot, in Lancaster.
The D ravage te these Central Depots hi lower
than te any ether. Ne Drayage charged for
Delivery in Lancaster.
All Freight leaded In Lancaster, up te 0
o'clock p. m., will reach Frent and Prime
streets, Philadelphia, early next morning.
1VB.Y LOCHES'S KfcXOwVED OOUUH
Lancaster ana Pmlaaeipiiia
Watt, Shand & Company
HAVE OPENED A CHOICE LIN'B OF
Haiti Wis and Mis at Terr Lew Prices.
Just Oponed anotUer Invoice of VICIOBIA LAWXS, IXI1 A LIXEXS, WHITE PIQUES.
&c, at Jiottem Prloea.
NEW YORK STORE,
S AND 1 0 EAST KING STREET.
N. II.Dm-lng .faly and Anguat will close a 7:30 p. in., Saturdays excepted.
IIAUBIl i- UltUTIIEft wtll enttue the hh! of Goods damaged only hy w.-itrr ltuln
Uie rucent lira ei thelr prumVMfk
WAUL PAPER CARPETS,
Mattings and OH Cleths,
linens and Quilts, Woolens for Men's Wear,
and Ready-Made Clothing, &c,
All el theubeve Iiavcfceeu markrvl at a rurv low nrice. as we nre determlned te clote
out tint entire let
The sale in going en dally rrem fl . m. until 7 p. m. Saturday evenings until 0 o'clock In
Htore rooms in rear of main store.
Jib there Kiw no damage te Bleck In main store room business there 0(m en as ii.mihI.
HAGER & BROTHER,
NO. 25 WEST KING ST11EET.
A FACT WORTH
THE REPUTATION OP THE
A. C. YATES & CO.
Four Vt'arH of tjuccess in l'rednHns Klrst-Clatv
IMOREASINQ SALES AND SPREADING POPULARITY THE RESULT
OF OUR EFFORTS TO PLEASE THE PUBLIC.
ax epex neon te all at thh
LEDGER! SKr (BUILDING,
THE FINEST VLOTMXG HOUSE IN AMERICA.
JUST RECEIVED THE LARGEST LOT OF
GENTLEMEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHING GOODS
Ever brought te this city, embracing all the new, beautiful And most stylish colors
in Neckties and Scarfs for the Summer Season.
Men's Colored itnlbrlpgun Hese, with Embroidered Silk cleeks: Scarlet and lllue Silk
ilese; Fancy Colored Half Hese; Striped Cotten Unit iiose and Alerine Half He-e. Men's and
Heys' Suspenders and Fine Itracrs, in all styles and Celers, lien's and Jtey' White !re- and
Colored Hlilrts, Hunerinr Chariet Shirts, and lllue Flannel Xoglige Shirts. Men's and rieys'
Summer Underweur In Merine and India tiause. Men's and IJeys' Colored Ijlsle Thread and
Kid Gloves, ter Summer Wear. Men's and Beys' Vulcanized llubbcr Hiacc-n, and a larfje stock
of tine Silk, French LInen end Cambric llandkerchleli. Men'sjand Heys' Latent Style Fine
Llnen and Paper Cellars and CuUkw
MYERS & RATHFON,
:,'e. 12 EAST KIiNO BTREET,
WATOJIBS, JBWETjKY, &c.
EDW. J. ZAHJVI,
ZAHMS CORNER, LANCASTER, PA.
Onr largely Increased business makes It neeessary for into cnlaitfe our rtore room. Te
make room for the alterations re oentcutplats, we will cles out as much of our stock as pos
sible, between this date and the 10th of AUGUST, at
GTtEATLY REDUCET PKICES.
This offer applies te any article In eur extensive stock EXCEPT SPECTACLES, aud wil
alTei-d all who dosire goods In our line a rare opportunity te buy from nrst-class stock at un
usually low prices.
jlOIl LIKEN CULLAItS
-PUB rX STOCKINGS
OB MK1V KTXLB
K J. ERISMANTS,
C NORTH UUKKX STMKET.
DR. S. B. FOKEMAN,
(PHYSICIAN AND SUBGEON),
Removed Irem Ne. 18 Seuth Prince street te
Ne. 311 West KteK street, Lancaster, Pa.
Muslins and Sheetings,
GREAT CLOTHING HOUSE
JtOJiES, JOtASKJiTS, &C.
OIGN OF TUB BUFFALO HEAD.
BLANKETS! BLANKETS 1 !
I have new en hand the Largest. Kbst akd
CRBAricsT Absebtmett of Lined and Unllned
BUFFALO UOItES in the city. Alse LAP
AND HOUSE BLANKETS of every descrip
tion. A full line of
Trunks and Satchels,
Harness, Whips, Cellars,
49llcpalrlng neatly and promptly done.-5a
A. MILEY, -
108 North Queen St., Lancaster.
In large or small amounts. $25 or $20,000 $20,000
Wrile W. T. SOULE & CO.. Commission Mer
chants, 130 La Salle street, Chicago, 111., for cir
THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 22, 1880.
Aunt Pniers Kiutlucss.
Somehow thiugs began te go wreu in
tlie Jlerrydcw household from the day
when Aunt Prudence came te stay thore
en a bhert visit, which lasted two years.
Yeu sec bhc was such an observant per
son, was Aunt Pi ue, and she took such
kind interest in her niece, Helen, and the
Iattcr's htibbaud, Jack, that it was mere
than she could de te .sit quiet when she
saw filings going en round her with which
she disappi jved. And she disapprered of
meat things. Her sense of right and
wrong was very straight, and hhc scorned
the conventional cowardice- of tolerating
theso social laches which she believed te
be deadly sins. This docs net mean that
she made fienuc-nt lefeience te Hely Writ
in her homilies, for in truth the canon law
which she laid down for the guidance of
her young relatives teemed te be altogeth
er of her own making. Siie would say :
"I have found by cxpciicnce that this "or
that course is foolish, and leads te mis
chief ;" and sometimes she would add this
clincher : "1 wish te act kindly, and I feel
it would be mistaken kindness te-bequcath
my fortune te persons who de net under
stand the science of life," meaning by these
persons Jack aud her niece, Nell.'
Here is the cat out ei the bag : Aunt
Pi ue had money, and it was the hope of
being made hir heirs which exercised, it
must be feared an ascendency ever the
tee meieenaiy .eul.s of the jlorrydews,
husband and wife.
"If it wci0i.'t for her money, I'd kick
the old cant in -j lVump out of the house,"
bawled Jack, k sing all patience one day,
about six weeks, after Aunt Pine's arrival.
'llu.ih, der.i !" unclaimed Helen, boni beni
fied. '-If auule left us she would go
back te the 31 jilti:!, who would intrigue
te get us disird.jiitcd ; and hew silly we
should leek thcii i '
Allusion te i-L cousins, the Mailers,
always had th- cnect of quieting Jack,
who would have out up with a great deal
from Aunt Pine n.rely te hpite her ether
nephew and niece, whom he hated. These
relatives wi-ie undeubtidly an:rlinir for
Aunt Prue'.s feitune. After harboring the
old lady in their house for three ycais
they had, at last, offended her, and she
had stamped off in a dudgeon ; but since
thai day they have been fawning in many
sycophantic v.svjfategct her back, and it
was the invaiiablc tin cat of auntie, v.hcn
thwarted in any of her whims, that bIie
would return te the hospitality of these
Meilcrs. vik, judging by her de.sci iptien
of them en tliCM! occasions, seemed te be
paragons of all the virtues and graces.
Theic came a day when even the, gcntle
soul of Helen lcbctled against the oft-re
peated eulogy et the 3Ioders, and she
said te her hu.sbaud :
" Jack, I can't .-t.md it any longer ; let
her cut us off with a shilliii'.' if sha pleases
but 1 must turn her out of the house. I
have had enough of being this old weinan'B
' Hush, my dear," said Jack, taking it
in his tuin te play the peace-maker. 'JuM:
read this : be quick," and he produced a
feltbd paper of lc.;l aspect.
"Oli, .lack, it's auntie's will; wheie
did you gel it.'" exclaimed iLk-n. whose
breath was cut si eit as she read th?. first
" 1 found it en the table of her sitting
loom ; make liable and read it while the
old girl is in the garden," answered Jack,
who was himself much excited.
Peer Helen turned quite scarlet, and
her hands trembled from nervousness as
she read aloud the following weids : " I
ceJwlitiilc my betecctl niece, Helen. Memjdcw,
sole heiress of all my properly, personal and
rati te itit : rcrliin hauls in (he county ej
S' , yielding L'2,000.f yenr, enl a mm
of forty thiivtsiuul penmls invested in three
per cent, conseh, along icith nil my plate,
jcicelry, pizluns unujnrntiure.
"Oli, Jack hew very kind !" ejaculated
Helen, as she dropped her hands into her
lap and looked ai her husband with brim
" Yux, 1 think the old lady is weith pet
ting," answeied Jack Mcnydew refolding
" Hew cruelly we have misjudged her !"
said Helen. "I feci as if the devotion of a
life-time would net be enough te p.iv for
all this kindness.''
" Well. well, she h seenly new, se I
hope our piti-Mice will net be put te the
test loe Ien:;-," muttered .lack, candidly.
"Oh. .Jacl;, hew can you talk se I" le
plied Helei!, in a scandalized tone; and
from that time feilh she would never hear
a word uttered against Aunt Piudencc.
She endered all the Litter's groans, lecturer,
and menaces with the equanimity of an
angel ; and Jack found all occasional ten
dencies en his own pail, towards mutiny
icpresscd with the coldest severity.
He had indeed dene a very bad day's
work in showing his wife Aunt Piue's will.
At first he was rather pleased with the
conscquence of his proceeding, because
Helen vastly improved the domestic com
missariat with a view te pleasing her
generous iclativc's palate. She began te
give excellent dinners, and allowed her
husband eark Uanchc in laying in a stock
of highly-priced wines. I5ut in propor
tion as Helen became mere subservient,
se did Aunt Prne grew mera exacting
net willingly peer old lady, for, te use her
own term, she was a percen "of lowly
taste, thankful for trifles," but then it wa3
her maxim that people should de their
best te please tho.se tliey loved ; aud her
standard of of best happened te be a very
high one. Se Jack seen get irritated at
observing that his wife's stalled oxen were
net seasoned by Aunt Prue with content
ment, but with porpetualgi limbics. More
over, in her quiet way, the old lady gradu
ally usurped cemplete dictatorial authority
ever the household.
Helen was se afraid of giving offence
that whatever Aunt Prue said was promul
gated as an edict against which there
could be no appeal. Aunt Prue took a
sudden objection te tobacco ; se Jack,
after first being forbidden te smekq in the
house, was told that he must net puff his
cigars in the open air because the smell
of them lingered about his hair and
clothes. Angered by this tyranny, Jack
ene day appealed at dinner with a red
face, which the vigilant aunt chose te as as
cribe te potations, se that Helen was
warned that if she did net wish te lese her
husband by a stroke of apoplexy she must
absolutely forbid him te touch wine, spirits
or beer. New Jack liked his glass, with
out being a toper, but he was se plaintive
ly nagged at cvery time he drank stronger
liquor than water, that for peace's sake he
became a practical tcctetallar. Enforced
abstinence, however, did net improve his
temper, and finding that his home had
beceme a purgatory, where it was sought
te refine his moral nature at the expense
of his creature comforts, he turned morose
and had frequent private tiffs with his
' I suppose Aunt Piue will be cutting
off my tea and coffee next," he grumbled
ene morning, after he had been softly re
buked for putting two lumps of
sugar into his breakfast cup. "I wish te
goodness the old woman would diaw up a
dietetic table for me once and for all, that
I might be like ether prisoners and knew
what's allowed me.
"Hew can you be se greedy, Jack?"
answered his wife in irritation. "I'm
ashamed te hear you talk like that. If
Aunt Prue gives advice for your geed,
you ought te be grateful te fellow it."
"I like that. Suppose she told you
for your sours geed te leave oft silk
"She has advised me te de se ; and, as
you observe, I am wearing a stuff gown. I
will no mero , indulge in frivelties of
"Ner wear jewelry, I presume?"
" I will net if auntie objects te it."
"And you d be ready te liv en loots
" I am sure auntie would net prescribe
me a root diet unless she were persuaded
that it would be for my benefit. " This
was Helen's dignified rejoinder.
"Ah, well then, " ejaculated Mcrrydcw,
with his hands in his pockets, " if we are
te give up all the luxuries of life and con
tent ourselves with necessaries, we shall
Cud our present inconie ample, and we
need net hanker after Aunt Prue's for
"I am nethankciing after it. Hew
dare yen say such a thing!" exclaimed
Helen, flushing. "If peer, dear auntie
wcre ruined I should net abate my atten
tions te her ene jet, but only cherish her
the mero for her misfortune. It is out of
dutifulucss that" I endeavor te please
In making thi3 fine profession Helen
fibbed. The peer woman was, in truth, se
absorbed by the prospect of her inhoii inheii
tance that her whole moral natnre had
beceme warped. And she had lest some
of her personal attiaetiens besides, for her
brew was contracted into the frown of
theso who are engrossed by an idee fixe,
and her veice hr.d grown, turn by turn,
shrill and hypocritical hypocritical when
she wai in aimti&'s presence, shrill when
she talked te her husband. Ner was this
all, for in constantly slaking her hopes
upon a fei tune which war. still out of reach
like the bird in the bush. Helen had parted
with a geed deal of caution in money mat
ters which characterises geed wives and
mothers. A curmudgeon as regards her
own and her husband's personal expendi
ture, she grew te be prodigal concerning
the general outlay for her household. Ne
dishc were tee geed for Aunt Prue's
table, no furniture tee costly for her
apartments. Helen actually caused a pavil
ion te be built in the garden, that autit'e
might have a summer boudoir 1 emote
from the noises of the read. Her nexl
step was te decide that ordinary schools
wcre net geed enough for her two boys,
aged nine and ten, who wcre fated te be
rich with Aunt Prue's wealth ; se she must
needs send the pair of them te Eten at a
cost of 400 a year. New, as Jack Mcrry Mcrry
dew's inceme did net execed G00 per
annum, it came te pass that ene summer
he had come up te Londen and (-.oil out a
little invested capital in oidcrte square his
Unlucky trip I V Jack draw 1,000
from the hands of his stockbroker, and
when be held this sum he was suddenly
tempted by the devil te de a strange thing.
The life he had been leading for a few days
at a Londen hotel offered such a contrast
te the miscrnbJe existence he bad been
eking out at home that the prospect of ic
turning te put his neck under Aunt Pine's
yoke seemed intolerable ; se that Jack re
solved te accept the invitation of an old
club chum and go yachting for three
months in the Mediterranean. This reso
lution he took en the spur of the moment
after a capital little dinner among cronies,
and he wietc about it te his wife in these
My dhau IIei.ex : I send you .."300 ;
the ether 500 1 keep, for I am going te
enjoy myself. I want ic.st and relaxation.
The sort of life which AuntPruc hnsmade
me lead would kill me if prolonged. 3Iy
lore te the boys. My next letter will be
from Alexandria, and I shall return te, let
me hope, a mero cheerful home by Christ
i our ailcctienat a J ac
Peer Jack I he had net calculated the
effect of this blamewerthy proceeding, for
blameworthy it wa. Trials which can be
borne by two are often tee much for ene,aud
Helen, deserted by her husband, naturally
fell moie completely under Aunt Prue
thialdem. She was, moreover, wounded
te tlie quick by what she considered a
levelcsj, unmanly act, insomuch that her
aunt had no difficulty in persuading her
that a man who leaves his wife te go gad
ding must have some ether kirtle in iew.
"This," said Aunt Pi uc emphatically, "is
my oxperienco of men.'' S, en arriving at
Alexandria after a lazy thrce months'
cruise, Jack found a letter which Had been
sent te him by a lawyer, and which ran te
this effect :
"Dear Sir : I am instructed te
laic again&t you for a dcciee t judicial
separation, in the ceuit of matrimonial
causes. My client's charges usaimt you
are doscrtien and cruelty. "Will you please
give'mc the name of your solicitor en whom
I may serve process, and oblige yours tinly
"New, confound the old woman, that's
unether of aunt's kindnesses 1" exclaimed
Jack aghast, as he read this unexpected
missive. " "What shall I de, Tem?" and
he appealed te his chum, the owner of the
"De nothing," said Tem, who knew his
friend's history. " Let the action go un
defended; that's the only wayte avoid
being bespattered with mud in the divorce
court. If you resist your aunt's money
will be used te fight you, and you arc sure
te be worsted. If you'll let things slide
your tinculi matrimenii will be struck off,
and you'll be a free man."
Jack, who liked Helen, did net much
relish this advice, and returned homewards
as seen as he could. Hut he was delayed
by sickness en the read, and reached Eng
land about six months after leaving it.
He arrived just in time te bear that the
suit against him had been put down en the
cause list, and that Aunt Prue wai dead.
Yes, dead ; she had died suddenly after
a surfeit of tea and muffins, peer lady, and
the most touching fact in connection with
her demise was that she had net lefl a
penny 1 She had never had a penny te
leave Her kind imagination had led her
all her life te dclude her relatives with
talcs of fancy wealth, and te keep them in
geed behavior by Icaving.cepics of sham
wills en tables, where they might be lead
by curious eyes. Dear, fanciful old tiling!
let us hepe her imaginative proclivities
wcre goed-humorcdly excused in another
Meanwhile peer Helen had te come te
her husband's hotel in. Londen with the
sorrowful story of her disappointments.
"And eh, Jack," sobbed she, when a
reconciliation had been effected, "I am
afraid you will have te pay the costs of
that suit which I instituted at that wicked
old woman's instigation."
"I suppese se," answered Jack, dryly.
"We are neither of usricli enough new
te afford a divorce. And I take it for
granted we must give auntie a splendid
"I suppose be," 6ighcd Helen, "else
the world would say that we did net love
the old cat. People are se wicked aud un
Se Aunt Prue was buried with great
pomp as a last tribute te her many kind-nesici,
Fer Trimming nnil Drcsa, CO cents and tip, At
Xext Peer te the Court Ilensc,
GO Cents, at
SU3IXER DHKSS GOODS
Of every description, at
(liinutiliesel LADIES' SKIUTS, White aud
Colored, 30 cents aud up, at
Xext D.ier te Mie Court Heuse.
We have thi-day iidurcd our eutire
NOT DAMAGED !
in any way.
White lilinilcs lieiii Tie. te t'c.
Plat- I10111 Se. te Hie.
S.itins from Sc. te K!c.
IJrenztn lreiu li?c. te 8i)e.
at -hoi l notice ly competent
J. B. lartrn & Ce.
JtiMtZS AXIt STATlOXEJtY.
"Vtcw station s;i:v i
New, Plain and fancy
Al-;, Velvet ami Kiwtlake
PICTURE FRAMES AND EASELS.
I VL FLYNN'S
!.' AMI STATiONERY STOKE,
l.e.' V.'I.-JT K1N HTKKET.
JOM BAEE'S SOUS,
15 and 17 NORTH QOEEN STREET,
have In Med. u large nn-ertment of
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Attention U invited te their
FAMILY AND PULPIT BIBLES
Teachers' ISihlc, Sunday
llymn.il.-, l'inyer Heeks,
IIVMX HOOKS AND MUSIC HOOKS
Err Sunday Schools.
FINE IIEWA11D CAJIDS.
SCNDAV SCHOOL KEQUISITES Of all kinds
ruUXDEUS AXV MACHINISTS.
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
Opposite the I.ocemotivb AVekks.
'Die hiih.-criber continue- te manufacturu
bOILERS AND STEAM ENGINES,
Fer Tunning and ether purposes ;
Sheet-iron Werk, and
cS'Jnbuing pieinptly attended te.
inHlMyil JOHN REST.
ENGINES AND MACHINERY
Ol all Kinds, repaired at Short Netice.
IRON AND BRASS
3IADE TO OKDEIt.
Of all Sizes. AU Kinds of
JJKASS AND IKON VALVES
AND I5EEK SPIGOTS UKPAIRED
O Foundry and Machine Shep rcareffW
D. Sprecher & Sen's Seed Stere, Grant and
JOS. H. HTJBEB.
Ne. 139ft NORTH QUEEN STREET, near P. R.
K. Depot, Lancaster, Pa. Geld, Silver aad
Nickel-cased Watches, Chains, Clocks, Ac.
Agent ler the celebrated Pantasceple Specta
cles and Eye-Qlasses. Kepalrlag a specialty,
AMERICAN CLOCKS. THER
106 EAST KINO STREET,
Ne. 20 NO USE TRYING Ne. 20
Te get a better WATCH for the
money than the
Hanwfketured y the
Lancaster Witt. Cew.
Ne. 20 East King St., Laseaster, P.
Wholesale and Itetall Dealer lit all kind of
LUMKElt AND COAL.
3-Yard : Ne. 420 North Water and Prince
slrcct.s. above Lemen. Lancaster. nS-lyd
COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL
Ceal of the Best Quality put up expressly
for family use, and at the lcnr
est market prices.
TRY A SAMPLE TON.
tOr YAltD ISO SOUTH WATER ST.
nc20-lyd PHILIP SCHUM.SON ft CO.
10ALt UOALI COALtll
We have constantly en hand all the best
grades of COAL that are In market, which we
are selling as low as any yard In the city.
Call and get our prices before buying else
where. If. F. STEIGERWALT & SON.
s271yd U NORTH WATER STREET.
OOALl - - - COAL!!
GORREOHT & GO.,
Fer Geed and Cheap Ceal. Iau Harrtsburg
Pike. Orilce a East Chestnut Street.
P. W. QOKRECHT, Agt.
J. B. UILEV.
W. A. KELLER.
C0H0 & WILEY,
if.V XOItTII WATEK ST., Lancater, rm.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
LUMBER AND GOAL.
Connection With the Telephonle Exchaage.
lSrHncliOtUce: Ne.SNOUTII DUKE ST.
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
PL JNN & MENEIAN'S
Crequet. Ease Hulls and Eats, Chinese Tey
Bemb Shells, Paper Cap Pistols, and ether
Fib! & Brenemans
All In want of Fine or Fancy Cabinet Werk
would de well te call and examine specimens
et our work.
OFFICE FUKflTURE A SPECIALTY.
15X KfcS Street.
CHINA. AND GLASSWARE.
AT THE LOWEST PRICES, AT
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. IS EAST KINO STREET.
LURUH DOLLARS BUTO A
With Enameled Water Tank, at