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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 5, 1898.
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MAY BE BOUGHT
Several War Vessels May be Added
CAPT. MARIX PROMISES INTERESTING READINO
New York. March 8. A special to th
Herald from Washington aj: The pres
ident baa directed the nar; department
to open negotiation looking to the pur
ehaae abroad of warnhlpa.
The secretary ot the nary ha learned
that ha ran parehaee two amall elied
bettleehlpa, two anrhored ember and
four torpedo boat, all at comparatively
Battieehlpiand armoured cruiser have
been built by Knglleb and German Arm
for government now unable to pay for
them, and thl government would be
able to obtain veeeel by elmply putting
down a email amount of each. Among
theihlpe offered to thl government, It I
believed, are three powerful ahtp under
eonatruction at the Volean Work. Ptet
tin, Germany, for the Chinese govern
There la also reason to boll eve that in
ae of trouble thl government eould
purchase from Japan the Kaeagt and
Chlnna, which are near completion at
Philadelphia and the Union Iron work,
MARIX says, WAIT,
Wlm Praanleea laterMttnf loading fur th.
Key West. Fla., March B Captain
alarii, before sailing on the Mangrove
with the board of Inquiry, referred to the
statement that the court' investigation
had failed to prove that the Maine was
blown up from the outside.
That' all bosh," he said. "Why eant
they atop theoriilng until we get ready
to report? Then, I assure you, w ehall
have some reading for the American peo
ple that will be Interesting.
"Will It mean war?" wm asked.
"That's a question I can't anawer now;
hip Lmm Maw lark with Tom af food
t0W th HtTTlU(,
New York, March 5. The Mallory line
steamer Nueces tailed to day for Key
West with 76 ton of relief supplies for
the destitute in Cuba. At Key West the
tore will be transferred to the United
States ships Nashville and Montgomery,
A telegram was received here to-day
from U. K. Lewis, secretary ot the Ore
gon relief committee saylog that the first
section of the Cuban relief train, carry
ing 180,000 pounds of food, left there yes
The Cuban mHof committee has re
ceived a letter from Assistant Secretary
Pay, eipresslng the appreciation of the
state department at the response to the
government' app-al for contribution
for the sufferer In Cubs.
PAMIMI WAR SHIP.
Hmil Joyaajaly Weleouaee tha Arrival
Havana, March 8. The Spanish first
class ernlner, Almlrante O'quendo arrlv
4 thl morning from Spain. She re-
C lived a hearty welcome from the ferry
bo it and tugs on which were the civil
an I military authorities. . The dock
were crowded with sightseer, rockets
were sent np, flag and other decorations
displayed from the vessels In the port,
pub'le buildiug and palace. The
O'ljucmlo made a fine appearance aa she
returned the salute from Fort Cabanas
and then saluted the tort and admiral.
Fltihugh Lee, Jr., son of the consul
general, was among the passenger who
arrived to-day on the Olivette.
The United State lighthouse tender
Mangrove Is eipected here at any time
with the United State naval court of In
quiry. The' smoke stack ot the Maine have
been removed. Divers hope to recover
some more bodies to day.
Three bodies were recovered from the
w-ek to day.
Craker doing lo Kagland.
Mew York, March 6. Kichard Croker
has announced that it 1 hi intention to
go to England in April to remain until
Angust. It Is said on good authority that
during hi absence John . Carroll will
be acting leader of Tammany Hall.
New York, March 6. A consignment of
Catling guns was sent to Pensaoula, Fla.,
to-day from the Brooklyn navy yard.
Tbey are for the naval militia of Flo
rida. Iatl or Spala la.reaalaa.
Madrid, March 5. The floating debt of
Spain was augmented by 13,2'rt,(5l pe
setas during February.
Paris, March 5. Colonel Plcquart, who
was disciplined for giving testimony
favorable to Zola at the recent trial,
fought a duel with swords to-day In the
riding school with Colonel Henry, who
In hi testimony against Zola, denounced
Plcquart as a liar. Henry was wounded
In the wrist and arm. Henry succeeded
Picqnart a chief ot the secret service
Philadelphia. March 6.-The Atlantic
coast ha again been visited by a atom
so violent a to cans grave apprehension
for vessel that happen to be close to the
shore. A terrifie northeaster prevails at
the Delaware Breakwater, and the se
leaping high over the Delaware Break
water and Maritime exchange observa
hr a Creloaa
Mozambique, March 5. Advices from
the Island ot Mayotto, Comoro group,
say It was swept by cyclone during the
night of February tf. Th government
building, many native Tillages and
crop were destroyed and a large number
ot people killed or Injured. Many suf
ferers are left without any shelter and
are suffering from famine.
coi'kt or IKUliRT.
tha K.tdeae Saearad
navana, March 8. The Mangrove, with
the United States naval court of Inquiry
on board, arrived here before noon and
the board at once held a session. Knalgn
Powellson was examined concerning the
work of the diver, over which he ha
Capta'n Sampson, president of the
court, aald it waa impossible to tell the
correspondent any part of the testimony
or conclusions reached. He had no Idea
bow long the court would remain hers.
adding that no orders had been received
for the court to go to Washington at the
elose of the sessions hers.
Weekly Hanh atalamaaa.
New York, March 8. The weekly bank
statement shows: Surplus reserve, de
crease, $2,138,825; loan, decrease, $13,
6.2.000; specie. Increase, $93,40O; logaj
tenders, decrease. $8,973,700; deposits, de
crease. $23,iiM,90O; circulation. Increase,
The banks now bold $20,383,800 In ex
cess of legal requirements.
MaMer aad Sulold..
Ottawa, 111, March 8 C. W. Wood, of
Chicago, appears to have committed sul
elds after having snot and killed Irene
Brlder. The woman spent last week In
Chicago and Wood followed her here. The
coroner is investigating a rumor that a
man from La Salle, 111, who was jealous
ot wood, murdered the man and woman,
Uhtoaca HUkiB Market,
Chicago, March 6. Cattle Receipts,
300. Market, dull and unchanged
Beeves, $3.90(8.40; cows and heifers,
$2.l0tf4..,0; stocker and feeders, $3 800
4.50; Texas steers, $3.804 38.
Sheep Receipts.9,600. Market steady
Native sheen. t3.10ci4.riA: Wasterna.
fJOOtfLM; lambs, 4 2uUoJ0.
Vhlraca Ormla Market.
Chicago, March 5. Wheat March,
II MX; May, 1.06X. Corn March,2S,c;
May, ?30J4c. Oats March, 34c
New York, March 6. Money on call.
nominally 8 per cent. Prime mercantile
paper. 4$4 jt.
Silver aaa I aaa.
New York, March 6 Silver.
New York, March 6. Copper, 10ft.
CMIUM HEMOKUL SERVICES.
la Hoaor or MIm Willard at tha Op.ra
The following- program of the "Union
Memorial Service' In honor of Mis
France K. Willard. nnder the ausnloe
ot the Woman's Christian Temnerance
Union, will ba held at Grant's oners
uouse to morrow eveuing at 7:30 o clock:
Hymn ...... Congrrffjtlon
Scripture Reading Dr. Marion 5. iliihop
Prayer Krv. Henttir
Selection Malt? Ouurtrt
Brief Hi.turv of Life Mm. Hull
'O, Divluc Redeemer" Ctiulea Gounod
Addrrw R.t. Allen
Heading Mr. K Snyder
Addreai Kev. M 1. h.irdt-0
llvmn ... Consregutntu
Addrru kev. Wrlrh
Selection Mala Uu.rtel
K railing Mr. June.
nimie, carrel Home . hi., ci.uile Albnglil
ilenedii-Uon Rev. Buuau.n.
liaaih ml m Pluaaar.
Malcolm Conn. Dnmrietor of tbs Kl.
dridge hotel, Lawrence, Kansas, died last
Monday uluht. lie waa one of the Dio-
her ot Kansas, and had a wlds ac
quaintance In the west. Mr. Couu was a
brother-in-law ot O. U. PUIsburr and a
cousin of Oov. K. S. Stover, of this city.
Alllaaa Aabrlgbt la Caarga.
From ths war news column of the
Denver Poet, ot March 8. we elio the fol
St. Angustlne, Fla., March 2. The
oflice of Col. W. H. 11. Benvard, In charge
ot the Improvements of the Florida
river and harbors aud the building ot
the Key Wast siege guns and mortars,
wasentered by burglars Saturday night
for the evident purpose of stealing ths
plans ot the fortitirktion for the Span
th plans had
It give us pleasure to ray that the
omne alluded to Is in the sols charge of
Allison Annrlght, an Albuquerque boy,
and son ot Dr. S. Aubrtght, our faithful
mayor. Allison I th secretary or act
ing adjnutnt to uoi. Mnrara. ot trie en
ginearing department of the United
Stutee army In Florida; whither they
went nearly two year ago ror ins pur
pose ot planning and supervising the
construction ot the forilUcatloni at
Key Ti eat.
Aaal.taat I a Had Stata Atlaraar,
rhreuli. Arlt, March 8. United HUte
Attorney Morrison baa appointed Thorn
V. Hennett,of l'hnenli.to be his aasistaut
Alfred Bennett, democrat, Incumbent of
tn onioe, aid not desire to tak advan
tag of the civil service law covering his
position ana na submitted hi resign
tion. to taa enect April l.
Roaght Caatla llarh Wlaaa.
PhfBiilx, Aiinna, March . John Bd
wards. K. Towneeud and T. K. Lloyd, of
it lk inr, nav Dougnt r. a. beh
nutn group of soli mine In ths Csstle
Creek district, paying $3B,uO0.
GOOD WORE APPBICUTID.
Prlnc.loo, Ind.. Feb. SB. 1S9S.
Mr. O. W. Strong, Albuquerque, N. M.
Dear Sir I arrived home saflv at I a
m. Thursday. I ma Is good connections
at all trauefer point aud did not suffer
any inoonveuisnce in any way.
The body was In excellent condition
and every on remarked about Its nice
appearance and the beauty of the casket.
1 lie casket was opened to nut In flower
and make a few arrangements. One
eould not have told It hail been shipped
so tar. It looked like h might hav died
the day before instead of lx.
1 wish to thank yon for your rood work
and nuance to me. lours respectfully
U. r. UAUOHKRTT.
riKST CLiHS CONDITION.
Pennsvllls, Pa Feb. 81, 1898.
Hr. O. W. Strong, Albuquerque. N. M.
My Dear Sir I havs been at noma In
th country all th time since I arrived
here and bavs been 111, hence my dels;
iu writing- you. ine remains or my sis
r arrived just one day ahead ot me and
were In first elaa condition. Ths opin
ion of my brother, the doctor and other
tier is the earns as yours, that she died
more or leas ot cold and pneumonia.
am starting west to Seattle to-morrow.
tours very truly, John D. Atkinson
Kotrer'H Silver kklo Teaspoon, OOc a dozen. We
have Knives, Forks and Tablespoons at similar prices. These
are not plated, but Solid Silver Nit kle. Look and
equal to Solid Silver.
Leading Jswaler, R. R. Ave, Albuqusrquc, N. M.
Madams Kwlna. of Pasadena. Cal la
teaching a new process of pain tin 2
Keasonabls terms. Ladies and irentlemen
pieaae cau. Kooin 1, uoiumbua hotel.
Undoubtedly a good place to soend to
morrow afternoon will bs at Orchratrlon
hall, where the children of the clot at
alauteds wilt present a play entitled
Adam ana nve." wnicn win be nuiuue.
and canuot fail to be Interesting. The
proceea wiu do aevotett to
keeping the school at Alameda
opeu longer than the present con
dition or th funds will permit. This
is a worthy cause. wh!ch all friends of
education will feel disposed to assist.
Theelxty days' advertisement of the
sppllcatlou for patent on the Albemarle
gronp oc mines In the Cocnltl dlstrlot ex
1 red rrlday. After that day. aavs tbe
New Mexican, noon filing the reaulred
proof ot publication and Dating to an
acre for the land embraced In ths claim.
he owners will be entitled to receiver's
receipts for tbe valuable properties.
There was only ons offender to sniwar
before JiiHtice Crawford this forenoon.
Liucius aierriti, a colored man charged
with vagrancy. He hit been around the
city for a couple of weeks with no visible
means ot support, and making np for
their absence by begging. He was given
ten day on tbe atreet gang, which will
complete omeer noser crew.
Frank W. Tarbell.the ranchman about
seven mile ahova the city, la atlll a very
sick man. His wife called at this oflice
tin afternoon, aud stated that Mr. Tar
bell 1 aliuoet bed-ridden from a stroke
of paralysis which be suffered a few
weeks ago, and again, said Mrs. Tarbell,
w are poor and nave very little to ub-
Ry reference to the nroirram of th
Luion Memorial Services." oubllshed
eisewnere, it win oe seen tnal Mis Al
bright Will sing "Home, Sweet Home."
This song will be rendered at the rrniiest
of the Womau's Christian Temperance
union and many other friends of Miss
County Superintendent of Schools B.
F. Perea. visited the achool of Los Pa-
dlllas, Kanchos de Atrisoo aud Los Oris-
gos this week and was pleased to find
them In good condition. Ths school at
Thornton had to be closed tor the reason
that most of the children are sick with
Solomon holler will open a saloon at
Bland In a few daya. He was In town
several day ago, and purchased several
hundred dollar worth of goods from
Hachechl & (iloinl, paying cash down.
Mr. Gloml. who recently rsturned from
Bland, states that the town la booming.
No words of onrs can add to the at
tractions of our early spring shipment of
ooys ana nine renown' clothing. They
are made of tbe bent material and by
ood tailor, and do not cost anv more
than Inferior goods. For a boy's suit see
, L. n ashburu to.
A. II. McDerniott, charged with rob
bing the depot at Mngdaleua. waived ex
amination before Jmtlice James O'Neill
at Socorro this week and was bound over
to the grand jury with bail fixed at
$1.U)0 which he failed to furnish.
Why pay $18 and up tor a colt, when
you can get same quality mit made up
to measure at the Backet for $11 and up.
Pauls, $3 and up. Fit, styls and work
manship guaranteed. Call and seethe
beet Hue of samples yon ever saw.
The two boys charged with stealing
coal from the Crescent Coal company
hail their hearing before Justice Kibble
this afternoon. Both pleaded gnllty and
and were fiued $1 and cost, maklug tbe
full bill (4. which they paid.
The proof ot a good dinner Ilk
that ot the pudding is In th eating
thereof. The reputation of our Sunday
dinner has spread over ths city. Some
say "It'i like mother Uaed to cook." Mr.
Hummel, Gold avenue.
Mis Kliaa Marmon, daughter of Col.
W. U. Marmon, will go to the Haskell In
stitute, Lawreuce, Kan., for a two years'
normal course. She has been at the local
Indian school for sometime aa one of the
A postal card from Rev. Mary J. Borden
states that she ha left Chacon, where she
was on a visit to ber daughter, and Is
now at Las Vegas.
Swiss honey In bottles, 25 cents;
Cross ft Blackwell' pure malted vinegar,
25 and 80 cents a bottle. The Jaffa tiro
Km. Douthlrt, on south Arno street, is
entertaining the Kque.trlau club this
MINES AT HAVANA!
English Electrical Engineer Sajs
He Sold the Macta.
Sale of Bofiish Battleship (w Spain
Unites Mlo Workers fitfeat a tercets
tu laWJUAt Qtrirnov.
London, March ft. According to the
statement of an electrical engineer,
whose name cannot be dUelnend, b has
been forwarded to Washington, b' sold
th Spanish officer In London several
years ago, a large number of mines, right
or ten of which wer placed in Havana
harbor. lis says they were mads la a
special way and had a peculiarly con
atrncted cable, which, he en
tends, he can positively Identify If th
smallest piece I produced. Some af
mines, th man eonllnueeJwere fixed so
that tbey eould be tired from a fort and
two had bulb, arranged so that thy
would explode on a vessel coming In con
tact with them. But th alleged ).
trlcal engineer add, be does not belly
that th bulbs would be need In water as
hallow a the Havana harbor.
He exhibited tbe plans ot one of these
mines, which, h pointed out as the most
likely to produce the effect described In
the wreck ot the Maine. It was num
bered and was constructed to con
tain 600 pounds ot gnn cotton. The
man say be Is willing to go to tbs
Un lted Slate a a wl tness.
rallad Mlaa Warhara.
Pittsburg, Pa March ft. The rote on
the proposition to establish a defense
fund for tbs United Mine Workers ha
been officially counted, and the result
hows a majority against th defense
fund of 2,102.
Kaaaaa Clly Markat.
Kansas City, March ft. Cattle Re
ceipts, 200. Market unchanged; only a re-
Texas stsers. $3 8004.80; Texas cow.
$130633.00; native steers, $3 00(38.46;
native cow and heifers, $a.0O44O
tocker and feeders, $3J6(gB.iO; bulls,
Sheep Receipts, 800; mark-4. sfcwdy.
Lambs, $U0t8.S6: muttons, $3.00(24 83.
SraiM HOtUHT SHIPS,
apart Caaflraaad mt tha Pnrehaaa el Tat
Sblas la Baglaad.
London, March ft. Farther Inaulrle
confirm the report ot tbs sale ot two
cruiser which the Armstrongs bavs been
building tor Braill to Spain. A represen-
Itllve of the Chilian government has
been negotiating with a representative of
the Spanish government for theaaleot
the battleship, O'Higglus, built for Chile,
and it Is believed a deal is practically
Washington, March 6. The senate
committee on foreign relations to-day
discussed the advisability ot taklug np
in question of Hawaiian annexation in
the way ot legislation rather than by
mean of ratifying ths treaty, and de
cided not to abandon the treaty imme
diately but press Its consideration upon
James Gronsfeld aud wife, who vara
at Kl Paso on a visit to relatives aud
friends, hav relumed to tbe city.
Hon. Pedro Perea. tha noittleal air
horse ot Bernalillo, was at La truces
yesterday, returning to the city last
ignt and continuing on to his hum at
F. Meredith Jones and C. U. Plumb, at
taches ot ths Santa Fs engineering corps
at Las Vegas, speut lat night at the
Highland, aud went south on local K7
Chaa. Jones, formerly on the Albuauer-
que police force, now In partnership with
it. a,. Anaerson iu tne restaurant aud sa
loon business at Bland, Is her Unday on
business. He will return to Blaud to
Hon. Charles A. Spies, the Donular
mayor of Santa Fe. la renorted to have
reauhed ths city last night, but op to
prees hour this afternoou ne had not hon
ored this otBoe with his presence. H Is
likely bs returned north ou No. 2.
W. II. II. Metzgar. the Pslarlto fruit
raiser and raucumau. drove np to the
city to-day, and on oalllng at this office
reported that a dangerous hols was
noticed In the Barelaa bridge. The hole
should bs mended before any accident
W. K. Foulka. of Gallup, th mncb
esteemed pastor of the Methodist Kul
copal church, south, with hi Utile son,
arrived In the city last night The rev
erned gentleman 1 here to attend tb
church conference to convene la thU
city next week.
Antonio Armllo, the Palarlto general
merchant, aud Prof. J. It, Rlbera, the
Los Padlilo school teacher, are in the
city to-day. ths former Interviewing th
wnoirxaieniercnania, and the latter tell
ing hi friends what a smart school of
Mill children be hss nnder bis charge.
C. D. Purdor,, assistant to Chief Kn-
tineer uun, ot the Santa Fe, arrived In
the city last night from lopeka. He was
accompanied by h. W. brant, resident
engineer. of Ijm Vegas. They went up
ou lorni no. vo mis morning, attended
by Knglneer John V. Key, to the A I go
done country, wher deunite arrange
ments will be made to commence work
on th grade of the main line ot the
fnia r traci at that point, Captain
Kilmer, who haa the right of way In
hand for tbe above, went up to Las Vegas i
Albert Wlntermnte, ths bright cadet
attending ths boss military school, left
lst night for a visit with hi parents all
exnwro. ineiaq waa all smiles In an
ticipation ot th pleasure th family
would have on hi arrival. U will re
turn to bl duties at the (Jos school on
Mrs. K. p. Klplsy, wife ot th president
oi in nanta railway, and hair
doien Smith college yonng ladles, came
In from the west In a private coach last
night, and continued on their return to
Th general auditor of tha flan La fa
Pacific and Honlhern California railway,
0. K. Crary. who haa snent two dsra vara
pleasantly with Albuquerque friend,
wm return west to loa Angeles this eveu
Mrs. Will. Mslletta ba baan a uffi
With la grippe th bast weak, and now
Mr. Mallette feels Ilk h la eaichln. tha
A. . Haarertr lft laat nl.M
oiann. wnera n accepts th bnnkkeanar'a
position at th Itora of J. (i Grammar
Rev. Moore ha returned to Ma itntlaa
as Methodist minister at lola, Kan., after
a visit to nis wife, who is here as an In
MlkS MandelL tha ratlnxl marnhan! I.
ai igiiua to nay. us m return to the
city mis evening,
Malor Ernest Mnvara haa ratiimari La
th eity, after a sojourn of a few days at
T. B Clements, tha
tne eastern ranges, is In the city to day
t mt filatrlat Oaarl Olarka.
The house ot representatives ba
amended ths civil appropriation bill by
requiring the treasury department ot th
government to audit accounts of United
Slates district court clerks of Arlsons
and New Mexico, as bad been dons prior
to January, mi, tbs decision ot tbe su
preme court of ths United States In tbs
case of W.8. B. McMillan, appealed from
Utah to ths contrary notwithstanding.
oiuce tnis decision the several depart
uienta bsvs been Insisting npon such
clerk reporting all tees collected In ter
ritorial etvtl business to ths government
un-ter the federal tea blU Instead ot to
. "Tell yoor readers." said Snoerlnten-
dent Trimble, "that a tree concert, fol-
niwea oy an hour dancing, will tak I
piars at ureneeinon tialt to night, and
that everybody 1 Invited to attend." rw
tlnuing, the superintendent said: "I hav
iiisiriiotea tne proressors of th big music I
box to render some old, familiar piece. I
aakll,. It. I. .11 11 a.k w . I
wiiiia ins laaiimou oi tne audience will
oe regaled with operas from the best I
ransiau ana Italian authors. Now, re-
mruioer, sveryooay can nnd seal free."
The advertisement of Wm. Chaplin,
11H Railroad aveuue, appear In another
column. Mr. Chaplin 1 tbe local agent
for the famous Douglas hoes.aod besides
keeps in stock mauy other celebrated
uianun oi inoes, suppers, sic,
W. C. Montfort, a working member ot
the Fraternal Uulon lodge ot this city.
luiiuuui-runtiiiii uiun jeemrosy arter
noou S. K. Van Norden, ot Denver, who
a unrs iu toe interest oc the Fraternal
Oeo. r. Albright, business manager of
the Democrat, ia celebrating two event
iv-uBi tuat ot passing a uiiie-iton In I
un career on eartn. and tha nt bar rM .
ing from the factory a new printing
The City Caudy Deoot will not Aran An I
Sunday, so get your nlcknack to night.
wvvuu b.i nr-k, aviiaai iiuiu noHlomna.
nan led Two or tbrea wnnn in n I
first-clas horn cooking. Ask at rii.l
I'mnit 1 1.. .... . . . 1. 1 I
" j tTyv! uyam yuatomce.
deputy Ulerx or Conrt rrnah an
family to-day moved Into theSangninetta
imiuriicfl at oiv noma aveuu.
Mall Orders Given
and Promptly Filled
TBE I ST
Agent for Butter
Ick's Pattern and
Dr. Jaeger's Underwear.
Our Saturday Special!
Theso Prices for Saturday Only.
50-Ccnt Quality, ... OWrx
Cbas. Loddy, th teamster between this
city aud tbe Jemei country, Is hers to
day. Its will load op bis wagon with
merchandise, and expects to leavs to
morrow morning on th return to the
Linoleum, which was laid on ths floor a
few day ago, make "Th Paradise" look
mors Inviting, Ths firm of Baehechi &
Glouil, ou First street, are always to th
Last Wednesday veiling, at Gibson.
near Gallup, Mrs. Anna Young was united
In marriage to Joseph Hamilton. TBI
("ITl.KN Wishes ths bannr nonnla miinh
An AJax wheel was stolen yesterday
afternoon from the porch ot the residence
of Hon. M. 8. Otero. The wheel belonged
to the junior Mariano of the household.
Alec. Hynds, carpenter, who ba been
at work for ths Santa Fs out west for
some time, has returned to ths city and
will remain Indefinitely.
DeWltt Carter, of Washington. D. 0.
after remaining in this city several
week la now at Kl Paso. He U a gov
Our Spring and Summer Stock
IS ARRIVING DAILY.
25 Oases Received To-Day,
And they are beauties, from the largest Custom Factories ia the
country, We do not carry anythiog but reliable goods, and can
guarantee our customers that they will get the latest styles, and not
Old Shoddy Job Lots.
We are always pleased to shew goods.
EO. C. GAINSLEY & CO.,
Reliable Shoe Dealers.
Men's Heavy, Well-Made Duck Working Shirts, in
uiiUK aim vmie citrines, our regular
SEE THIRD STREET WIIIDOW.
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Iron Pipes and Fittings.
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