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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 0. 1898.
Reports Indicate That He Has
Enough Yotes to Elect.
Tbree of the Bolters Publ'clj Pledge
TaemseWes for Him.
Efforts t Get tanker to 'srtfclpate la
the Flgbt Fall.
I'DIGHATIOll MIITlRGf BILK.
Cnliinitiiw. Olilo, Jan. 8. There ar re
liable reports Unlay Indicating that
llanna has the nooenary eeveutT throe
Totea. Tlie opporiitUio dt pnrird upnti the
following ten republicans voting with
lity flv. democratic member of the
legiiilature: lprenontatlvei Uaann and
Bram'rv.nf Cuyahoga; QrlUlth, of I'nioo;
O;l,o: Hamilton; Scott, of Fulton; Bed
"ky, of illlghlaud; Kutan, of Carroll;
Mitnnel.of Montgniuer); 8nator Hurke,
of Cleveland. Thin wunld make the Joint
ballot etand seventy-Ave to seventy
At a public meeting In Dayton lant
night, at which resolution were adopted
condemning Gov. Hmhnell and the bolt
ing rcpublli'au member, and deniaudlug
that CharliM T Kuril renlgn a the Ohio
mmnber of the national republican com
mittee, Kepreeeutatlve Manuel made
epmh pledgiug hlmrwlt unequivocally
for llanua. OrtOlth, of Union, and Jouee,
of Hi ark, are reported to have dune the
eame thing at their tinmen, and there are
like repnita from Kutau, Carroll and
Hedkey. or IJighlaud.
Tnere are apparently eeventy two mem
ber pledged to llanua publicly, but that
I one lnrt and the opp Mitiou concede
uolne except Manuel. Anttliauna men
admit that after eecurlng control of both
tranche of the legislature, they made a
niUlake In artjuurulng from Wednemlay
to Monday and having Hie members go
homo till Inauguration day. Republican
members co-operating with the demo
crats against llanua were thus con
fronted with indignation meetings at
their bnmee, which are likely to torn the
tide In favor of llanua.
The oppoHltlon made persiatent efforts
last night for Senator Koraker to come
here but the senior senator left Clncln
natl tor Washington without stopping at
Columbus. All efforts to get either Kor
aker or John B. McLean her bate failed
and they are credited with being the
two great factors in the "com blue."
Griffith announced to a meeting of his
eouhtituents lant nlht and again to-day
that he did not want to vote for llanua,
but If It w their wish he would. There
Is no luck of effort In l-ulon .ouuty now
on the part of the people to eprens their
wields to their rej reaeutatlve. llanna'
lint htood 74 to 71 agaiiiNt the senator
yesterday, but with the change of Manuel
and (irlllllh, Hunna men claim they hate
tlie necessary 73 votes to Ti for the oppo
sition. kl'KT.'a HT.TEMKNT.
Charles 1,. Kurtz, the leader of the op
position to llanna, to-day handed the fol
low u g to a representative of the Asso
"The Incorrectness of the claim ty
llanua were proven by fie test votes in
the matter of house organization.
"He claimed the organization up to the
t uix I he test vote m taken, and lost.
"The eaiue claim are being made
again on the eenatorshlp, and the result
will be the Hauie.
"llanna will uot be elee'ed senator.
(Signed) "C. L. Kt'HTZ."
Weekly ll.ua Mtalaiitanu
New York, Jau. 8. The weekly bank
statement shows: Surplus reserve. In
crease, X47o,i25; loans, Increase,
WHi.SlKl; secle. Increase, l,3o,80(i; legal
tender, increase, f 7,:!50,tOi; deposit, In
crease, IO,o-JH,Hikij circulation, Increase,
The bank now hold t-2i,2l.57a ill ex
cess of legal requirements.
Havana, Jan. . lusurgeut Lieut. Col.
Soto, acconllng to the k-pauish advice.
Hiirreudered to the government author!
tieHUtSagua la (iraude Willi three olll
cei und twenty privates.
tual .Hurr. Ank lor Ailvanra.
Columbus, Ohio, Jau. 8. The Ohio
miners' convention to-day decided to ask
an advance of 10 cent a ton when the
Coiitrat t tor next year 1 made.
Mull, fur hlu.M Wat.r.
Iouloii. Jan. H. The Krem-h wcond
cIuhm cruiser, l'ascal, sailed to-day to re
inforce the Krench fleet III Chinese
Moia Krtulllfan lri.u.rlly.
Alexandria, linl., Jau. 8. The window
glass factories, employing 1,'JK) men
commenced work this morning.
New York, Jan. h. Money on call
nominally 3 per cent. T'rlme mer
rantile paper, 3uA.
mivar aud l.aaa.
York, Jau. 8 -Silver, 67c.
Maligna with lo.nno men. Large num
ber are reported killed and wounded on
both side, several villages sacked, the
whole country In ferment and alt the
Salt Like, Ju.8.-"Blackey,'thealleg-murderer
conllned In jail at Colfax,
Wash., was takeu from Jail ty a mot
this morning and lynched.
Marshal "Hlackeye" Chadwick. the sus
pected murderer of young I la j den, near
Karmlngton, on the night of October 22,
ws taken from Jail at S o'clock this
morulng and hanged to the went wall of
the court house. Jailer K. B. Treff, the
ouly olllcer ahont the court house, was
awakened and forced to give np the keys
of the Jail.
Pekin, Jau 8. The Chinese universally
resent the government's concessions to
H'nr III Africa.
Loudon, Jan. 8. A special from Cape
luwu nays mat i.erothodla, the para
inoiit chief of llasutoland attacked
Klniu i'ttj Markat.
Kansas City, Jan. 8. Cattle receipts
10O. Market Rtetdy. Only retail trade.
Texan steer. i.s'3.o0; Texas cows
f2.50iJ3.2o; native steer, ti (5.U;
native cow and heifers, t2.25yM.OOj
stock er and feeders, f:!.HU(gu.U0; bulls,
Sheep Receipt, 600; market strong.
Lamb, I4.00e5.u0; muttons, .003
MaHnH mall Chilli,
St. Joseph, Mo, Jan. 8.- Early this
morning an unknown man broke hole
In the Ice on the Missouri river here and
shoved a small child into the opening.
l he act was witnessed by a man who,
after telling a boy to notify the police,
followed the murderer across the river to
the Kansas elde. Neither pursuer nor
murderer has been found.
Original MnKlnUy Man Kewanltil.
Washington, Jan. 8. Kx-Represeuta-
tive Mark S. Hrew.tr, of Michigan, has
been tendered a position a a member of
the civil service commission, llrewer
whs a colleague of Major McKlnley In
the house and the original McKluley ad
vocate In Michigan.
Til a AMUlll KKVJl K Ut'AKIlM.
Miinlwn AliMbt fromtli City IM.rharg-.il
Other llu.lu... rn.Meld.
At the meetlug of the Guards last
night after their drill, Captain Roger
announced the discharge of Sergeant
Reed and Privates Tuttle and Rutherford
who have left the city. Mr. Scruggs
handed in hi resignation as corporal,
aud the same was accepted. It was also
announced that written excuses for ab
sences will be required. In the Inlaw. -
Friday evening of next week there will
be a "drill down," an examination In
the manual of arm. The monthly hop
of the Guard will also take place that
The recruiting committee made a fav
orable report on the names of Sam Vann
and Robert Short for active membership.
Ten associate member were received by
ballot and the name of Thus. J. Henuing
was presented for active mombership aud
ordered posted for two weeks.
The special committee made a report
ou money raised, new members secured
aud the geueral proirrea made during
the past year. The rent for the Armory
hall ha been paid uutll September 1,
President Alger was re-elected; K. L.
Medler was chosen vice president; Secre
tary J. L. Murray aud Treasurer It. 8.
Lithgow were both re-elected.
The meeting then adjourned.
tiraml Cauyuo K4rv.
There Is nothing that would be more
detrimental to the Interest of northern
Arizona than the setting apart of the
Grand canyon and a large portion of
country adjacent thereto as a national
reservation, aya the Flagstaff Kicker.
Large mining Interest are just begin
ning to b developed, aud the attention
of capitalist directed to this wonderful
Held of mini s, and It would be an act of
grave Injustice to throw lmpedimeuts lu
the way. It looks now a though those
iu authority are determined to make the
effort to have the Grand canyon aud Its
laud throwu open for a uational re
serve, aud the citizens of northern Arl
zona should not He dormaut In the mat
ter, but at once tile a determined protest
aguu i i i-ucu action.
Merit System Bitterly Attacked
Horde of Hungry Office See ken
AJr Bandy, Special Commissioner to the
Paris Exposition, Deal.
iHotua nut roi chiha.
Washington. Jan. 8. The civil service
debate was continued In the houve to-day
nntil 2 o'clock. The remainder of the
session, under a special order, wm de
voted to eulogizing the memory of the
late Representative Wright, of Maea
Ohusetts. Corliss (rep, Mich.) was the Urst
speaker to-day. He favored radical mod
location of the la. He thought, eoustl
tn'ionally, the head of departments
were clothed with the power of appoint
ing their subordinates. To that extent
he thought, if tested, the law would be
unconstitutional. He believe the right
of removal should be restored and the
tenure of office limited.
Hepburn (rep., Iowa) spike for an hour
against what be termed the popular im
pression of the so-called merit system.
The public, he argued, had been utterly
misled by the high sounding titles re
Iu some thing the old system at It
worst wai superior to the new. "My col
leagues In Hit house," said he, "know
the qualifications of their constituent
aud In the selection of candidate for
olilcehave everything at stake. I be
lieve there I greater probability of wis
dom Iu selection and beneficent result
under the old system than this dark fed
subterranean method Into which we have
fallen In this latter time."
He believed the appointive power and
the power of removal should be lodged
In the same hand and should be un
limited. Amid a bunt of applause from
the gallerlei and floor he Insisted that
political workers were entitled to and
should be accorded recognition. If there
were to be no reward for workers, work
ers In the future would be more loyal to
rich contributors Instead of to their party
aud their country. It the present sys
tem continued the Influence of rich man
in politics would grow steadily.
Hepburn said he knew that bis frank
expressions would earn criticism tor bim
and It wjuld probably be said he placed
himself on a low political plane, but
these were his couvlctlons and be would
Clarke, republican, (N. II.) closed the
debate for the day with some remarks In
favor of modifying the law. He said
"Any old thing" was better than the
present law. (laughter.)
Mum. I". Hanily DmuI.
Augusta, Ga., Jan. 8. Major Moses P.
Handy died to-day. Handy ha been an
Invalid for two month. He was taken
111 iu ParK whither he had gone a a
special commissioner of tliel'ulted Slate
to the French exposition In 1!03.
Major Handy was born In Virginia, hi
father being a Methodist clergyman. He
entered the confederate service and served
with gallantry during the closing mouths
of the war. He was employed by the
New York Tribune &i a special corres
pondent during the Cuban troubles aud
woii distinction by hi report of the Vir
giulus massacre. Later he became man
aging editor of the Philadelphia Time
auJ 8ubsriuently editor of the Philadel
phia Dally New.
lie moved to Chicago in IH'jIi to acopt
the position a chief of the bureau of
publicity and promotion of the World's
At the close of the fair he went to New
York and engaged In literary work aud
newspaper correspondence for a year.
He returned to Chicago as editor of the
Times Herald In iH'.ib.
Tlia Wuoiliu.n Kut.rtaln.
Last uig)it, at their forest in the
Knights of l'ythlas hall, Albuquerque
camp No. 1, Woodmen of the World, aud
Cottonwood Grove No. 2, Woodmen t'ir
cle, entertained their invited guest. Of
ficer for both the order were installed
and assigned to their respective station
by D. K. Phillips, the retiring cousul
commander of the Woodmen of the
World, aud deputy supreme guardian of
the Woodmeu Circle. Selection of music
were rendered by Prof 1)1 Mauro, Mr
Dunlap, Mis Pratt and other.
Altogether the entertainment was a
success, as all seemed to be well pleased
during the entire psrforiuauce.
Chicago Kmet Majk.t.
Chicago, Jau. 8. Cattle Receipt,
300; market, unchanged.
Beeves, f3.85i((6.30; oow and heifers,
I'J.dOicJt.fjO; stotkers and feeder, $:i.204
i.io; Texas steers, : 2w44 2f.
Sheep Receipt, U.ooo; market steady.
Native sheep, t'2.'.k,r t.ilo; we-Uerns,
t3lWltf4.40; lamb. I.Oo0.7o.
There will be a meeting of the Public
Library association at the library room
ou Tuesday morning, lltb lust., at ten
O'clock. This 1 to be an Important
meeting ami a full attendance 1 desired.
Jl'LU K. Go8, Secretary.
Hugh Murray, the well-known ranch
man and real estate owner of Jemez hot
springs, I lu tlie city, aud will remain
tor a few day. He will probably Hiwud
part of the winter at Santa Kit.
The lluu.rwal. I'uuUli.il.
Simla, Jan. 8. Geueral Sir Rlndou
BIimmI ha made a good beginning pun
ishlng the huuerwal for Joining hwatls
lu an attack ou Malakaud pas. W ithout
serious resistance he captured the Tag
Tangu and Persal passe. The Afrldis
deserted Kbyber pas.
Irltl.li khl. for China.
Loudon, Jan. 8. A rumor I in circu
lation, emanating from the dock yard at
Portsmouth, that a flying squadron of
lirltlsh ship will be formed for service
lu Chinese water.
ing that the Mexican people take no In
terest In education? One of them wrote
me saying "I will pay for on acrt of
said land (3o) on the condition that yen
name a room In the building for my
little daughter, K.llen Ruth Maes, now In
heaven." Another, "My wife and I want
to pay for an acre In behalf of our little
boy, Ronald') R. Garcia." The little boy
ha since died, and they now want a room
or window in the building named In
memory of the darling boy. Another
said, "We would Ilka to pay for an acre,
:5, for our little toy, tut times are too
hard just now, tut we will pay for halt
an acre." The grandfather heard It and
am puv me nowu ror ine oiner nan acre j
for my grandson. Rev. Harwood.
Finding it Decennary to make a busi
ness trip over the territory to look alter
the work done ty our representative in
tlie various towns, I must request the la
dies wishing to consult me iu regard to
their physical condition, to kindly call
at my ofllce next week at hours tf to 11 a
111. kikd. KkMi I'ulTKU,
205 Gold avenue.
Three Murderers and Two Rap
ists Pay the Penalty.
Four Negroes Lynched la Arkansas
White Man In Washington.
SOrOMKO COI HT NKWS,
K. V. Ch.T.a RuprMMiatMl WillTnt
o. -dill Cum To-ljr.
Attorney K. V. Chavez, who returned
from Socorro last night, assisted iHstrlet
Attorney Dougherty In the promt ntlou of
A niello Peralla, who was charged with
assaulting Bernatwl Chavei at Frisco,
The jury wa still out wh-o the train
left tor the north last night, and the
prospects seemed good for a hung Jury. '
Mr. Chaves represented Wolff and Wil
son, who were C invlctod of sheep steal
ing. This case lasted tor four day aud
the jury wa out for Ave hours before a
verdict was reached. A motion tor a new
trial ha been mail.
To-day the ca.se of the American Val
ley company vs. Receiver Schodsld for
damage lu ail alleged unlawful attach
ment of the cattle of the company,
and the attachment suits of Schofleld
and Saint, a receivers, vs. W. B. Slaugh
ter, are being tried.
The court will adjourn to-night until
Tuesday morulng, so a to enable Judge
Hamilton to attend the supreme court iu
Santa Fe ou Monday.
The Klrmls, which was repeated this
afternoon for the benefit of the Third
ward school library, at Graut's opera
house, was well attended by the pupils of
the different ward schools, as well as a
large number of grown people who
aliened seeing it at the first representa
tion. Nearly the same program was ren
dered, and the little people taking par-,
were each and all splendid 'In their re
spectlve parts. No doubt quite a sum
will be realized for the library from the
sale of tickets.
B. 0. Jaffa, who has clerked fur the
Jaffa Grocery company for some time
past, will leave to-morrow night for Ra
ton. where he has accepted a position in
Cohen Bros.' dry goads store. Ills
younger brother, Walter Jaffa, who has
been employed In the capacity of clerk
by James Grunsfeld, will take the place
at hi father' store made vacant by the
departure of hi brother.
Qulckel & Bothe have made extensive
preparations to entertain their guest
this evening. The free lunch which thty
will serve at ZMgcr's Cafe will be one of
the most elab irate that they have ever
prepared for a similar occaslou.
Don't forget the "Green Front Shoe
Store," No, 113 Railroad aveuue, Wm.
Chaplin; cheapest aud best place to get
shoe, aud repairing done ou tlie shortest
See the Kconomist window display of
special In ladies' underwear. A good.
honest value at 3.1 cent now sell for
There will be Instruction at the Arm
ory to-night and every night next week.
Memlier of compauy G are requested to
Ice wool shawls, in black and cream
color, at The Kconomist.
Little Rock, Ark, Jan. 8. Four colored
men have been lynched In the vicinity of
Bearden, Ark, within a few day. Two
were rapist and two murderers. The
ravUher. Devoe and Huntley, were
swung np near Harlow Mill ranch, about
three miles north of Bearden, while the
murderers met their fate near the town
of Little Bay, a few miles south of Bear-
Men. The work was done ty separate
Devoe and Huntley were lynched fr
crime committed a year ago. They at
tempted to outrage Mrs. Payne, a re
spectable white woman, in Bearden.
Both negroes escaped and remained out
of the vicinity twelve months.
. The two other men lynched were ac
cused of the murder of Bart Frederick, a
water pumper tor the Cotton Belt rail
road at Klngland, a few day ago. Fred
erick was thrown from a velocipede and
murdered. HI pockets were rifled and a
WATCH INSPECTOR SANTA FE RAILWAY
ALlJlHjUERQUF, N. M.
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware.
That Laud I'urchaM.
The laud purchased for the Boy' Bibli
cal and Industrial Farm wa a cash pur
chase, as Thk Citikn stated, but, sorry
to say, the gap, out of which the money
was takeu, I open aud will have to be
Our subscriptions are not payable un
til June 1 uext, at which time we hope
to be able to pay up iu full tor the laud
and some Improvement.
The sale wa worked up by George II.
Moore, and he left nothing undone that
could be doue to get the paper all in
kixhI shape, for all of which we owe him
Hie Mexican preacher of the Mission
have been very geuerous aud have shown
much Interest lu the enterprise. Out of
tsjusulwcrlptioiirf, U U fair to state that
they aud others employed iu the Spaulsh
work have subscribed at least $'i.
j it not about time to quit complain
Several Killed In a Boat Explosion
the Ohio River.
ruiDttia commits itnctt.
BOAT HLUWfl t P.
Captala aaa All aa Ho.nl tuilaa aa the
Pittsburg, Jan. 8. The tow boat,
Percy Kelsey, blew up on the Ohio river
near Glenfleld, Pa., thl morning. The
steamer left here for Cincinnati with a
tow of seven barge aud two flat loaded
with coal. There wa a crew of nine
men aud a number of deck bands. It Is
believed that Captain Leslie Jones
and allien hoard were killed. The
boat was owned ty W. II. Browns' Boos,
of this city, aud was valued at 126,000.
Captain Jonea and three others were
picked op alive Lut badly Injured, and
one body floated ashore near Neville
Inland. It Is believed the rest of the
crew were killed. W hen the boat blew
np Pilot Woods wa asleep In the pilot
heme ony a few feet from Captain
Jones. The pilot waa thrown high In
the air, aud fell right where a few min
utes before the pilot house was. Woods
was dead when found and his son, only a
few feet away, was Injured very badly.
Mardarar Kill. HlmaaM.
Bedford, Iowa, Jan. 8. James R. Mo
Cownle, justice of the peace and promi
nent citizen, who last night shot and
killed his divorced wife while trying to
obtain possession of their children, wa
found dead to-day in the yard of Sheriff
Lane. He had evidently shot himself.
for there wa a bullet note in hi head.
Chlcaga Orala Markat,
Chicago, Jan. 8. Wheat January,
ir2'4; May, DIV Corn Jaudary, 26',
21 '4; May, 23 'Be.
11. A. Montfort has on exhibition at bis
undertaking parlors, a number of earn
pie of copper ore, which came from the
United Verde mine at Jerome aud the
large it copper mine In the world. The
specimen contain some very Que ore and
it will pay persous interested In ore to
If hungry or thirsty while down town
thl evening, remember that a grand
free lunch 1 being served at Zelger'
Cafe to which you are all cordially Invited.
RETORT OF THE CONDITION
BANK OF COMMERCE
OF ALJiUQUKRQUE, NEW MEXICO,
At the close of business January th, i8yS,
Loan, und liu
hue from oilier
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Tkmhitosy ok Xkw MKVICO.j
1. t.CN 1 V 111 111 HNAI II l.ll.
. W. H. SIHH kl KM. t'H.lner of tin? ahove n.inie I l.'iuk. do .oti-innW fewt-Hr tli.t (lie
above kta'.einent In true to tl:e lit-.t uf my kno lt-t!He and U-lu-f.
. M, HTHIt KI.KK, t'aalilar.
Solas ntx-d ana nwnrri to U-fure mr tl.l. Mh day of January, A. I). Isiih,
II. J. :tlr.HSIN. Notary I'lllillc.
Correct - Attests
f . . li t l.nmiM.r, i
A. M. HI Al kH H I., llr lors.
M. a. in Klin, )
Mall Ordcrn Given
and Promptly Filled
Agent, for Butter
lek'n 1'atteriu and
While taking inventory, there wore numerous odds and ends and
broken lines throughout the various departments, which wo
will place on tables and which wo wish to got rid of.
Wo aro going to make tho prices so low on
theso goods that you will bo glad
to take them off our hands.
YOU WILL COHE NEARER GETTING SOttETHINQ FOB NOTHING THAN EVER BEFORE.!
Thero will bo sonio things whicli may bo a little out of season
which wo do not want to carry over, but you can afford to
pack them away, when you can make one dollar do the
work of three. Watch tho daily papers for special
items, and don't fail to visit tho Big Storo
this week and got your share of the bargains.
WASHBURN & CO.
Men and Boys.
Our clothing is made by tho best
tailoring houses in America. Per
fect lit and serviceable. Prices tho
lowest for good clothing in our
Railroad Avenue, - Albuquerque
All Pattern. 10c and 15c
NONE rtiG lirt.
Day as Received.
23$ Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque. N M.
THE BKST LIUIITED 8T0KK JN THE CITY.
We Take Inventory Next Week !
And in order to reduce our stock to the lowest possible limit, we will sell Dry Goods of all kinds
without protit. Now here is an opportunity to lay in a year's supply.
Groo. C. G ainslev S Co.
Big Cleaning Up
Sale of Shoes....
As you know, we all have a general housecleaning once or twice a year.
Well, we are going; to have one ol ours now, and such a grand cleaning
up you never heard of before. It will, and must be, the greatestof the
greatest and the biggest of the biggest. Now we are going to extend a
general invitation to every woman, man and child to come to our store
and help us out in this Grand Cleaning Up Sale of Good, Honest root-
wear, and you will come when you learn what we are going to do for
you. We will make it of interest to you, and, better and greater than
all, dollars in your p?ckrts.On Wednesday, January 12, we shallbe-
gin our Gentril Cleaning Up Sal . U'e will place on sale 500 pairs of
shoes, all kinds and all sizes. They will be on display marked in plain
red figures. The price will be regardless of cost. We want them to go
and they must go. We want the room for our new Spring lines, you
want the shoes. This i the chance of a lifetime to get a good, honest
pair of shoes for little money. Come to our store and see for yourself
what we are doing. Everything will be before you in plain red figures.
Positivelyjhe grandest bargains in strictly first-class shoes ever offered in
Albuquerque. This sale will last ten days, commencing January 12.
Attend it and make money. Respectfully,
GEO. C GAINSLEY & CO, 122 South Second Street.
Made of Fine Quali
ty Flannelette. Made
like cut, dark colors
only, full sweep and
Only llc Each.
Ladies' cloth, 50 inch wide, all wool,
ular 50c goods, to close out, only !Jc.
English Ladies' Cloth, 54 inch wide, all
wool and all colors and black. Regular 65c
goods, only V.tc.
All Wool French Weave Fancy Serges
Colors, black, navy, brown, green und plum,
reduced to 7,"ie.
All other Dress Goods reduced in proportion.
During the big rush of last week we have
accumulated a big lot of remnants of Dress
Goods of all kinds, which we have placed on
a Remnant Counter atone-half regular prices.
By an error the manufacturer shipped us
one case Ladies' Underwear 60 days later
than he should have done. They were bought
to sell for 35c, but on account of mis-shipmeut
take them for '4'4o each. See window display.
See window display. One case of men's
ribbed grey fleeced underwear, bought to sell
at 65c each, but on account of late shipment,
take 'em for 41)c each.
GentH' Wool Overnhlrt8.
See window display. A manufacturers'
sample line of men's fine wool overshirts,
worth up to $3 each take your pick of any
in the lot for only l)5c.
Broken sizes of men's house slippers, all
sizes, from 6 to 10, goodit among the lot
worth up to $3.50 take your pick for only
All our fine Tecks and Puffs, which sold up
to 90c each take your pick for only SOo
MUM3KD AM) HOILKI) HANDKERCHIEFS.
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from tliM winilow. hhIb taliln. nUr .down ami utiitlvtw Tho mliU ami riiiU of our UolUay Hauilkereklet netting throw u
illto two loin. plal'UhliHl fiu olid Uc.
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nrn, avfry luu Unrcliti'f ui ro or lomt soiled aud iuuxl ituriug tlie grnat Loll lay tolling, go ou tin Uargalu labia (or
a,5e ami Do eai'li.