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Flt'DAl", MAY 29. 1SD1.
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Mail & hiprif s Xo- S3, Daily.
Freight ccom-odat'n So. C9, Daily,
11:19 A. M
Hail Express -Vo. 2 1, Daily I.v. 4 : T. M
Freicht Accom'reiafn So. TO, Daily. Lv 81. -V.-H
tSTTrain Xo.TO makes coasiclion for Meade ana
Liberal. ... , s ...
PSTNo.30 has a t apcrb Tree reclining chair car
running from Hodge Acnt.
SANTA 1E TIME CARD.
No. 4. JfewYoifcEx ltarcsat "
No. 0. Chicago Express . ...leaves at G:10am
No. 8. Missouri liner Ks. .. lcaics at 3:33 pm
No. 40. Way Freight lcaicsat 6:Lan
No. 3. MciicoAFniiDJcsoCxlcavcsat 150am
No. 6. Denver &. Utah Er -'caves at ll:Wlm
No. 7. Colorado Ex leaves at :00pm
No. 43. Way Freight Icaicsat 4:l-am
riJED GAUDIER, Agent.
NEW HOSIERY. "
.Economy is the road to wealth. Wc
can Lclp ycu to get there.
Special Sale Evsiy Day.
FRED HALLETT, Prop.
TBHES AND PLANTS
TIMBER CLAIM CULTURE,
Honey Locust and Black Locust
the only kiud that can be sue
ccssfully grown in Western
I am now prepared to supply a
bcavv demand for more than
one million plants, grown at our
NURSERY, NEAR BELLEFONT, KS.
(Black and Honey Locust the same.)
10 to 20 inches in height, J.0O per 1000
8 to 12 inches in height, 2.00 per 1000
ito C inches iu height, 1.00 per 1000
Osage Orange hedge plant 1.25 per 1000
Peach Trees, 2 feet high. 2 cents apiece
J. E. MELLECKER,
Speareville, Ford Co. Kansa
W. L, DOUQLAS
O 4 B D j (J31 and other nxvlal
JrK Ita A 9 lies for CeutLincn,
w"1 w s Ladies,tteareHar
rantctl, and so ptairpetl oa tottom. AiMix1
J. B. WARING & SON,
DODGE CITY KANSAS.
NOTICE fTO CIlEDITOIb OF THE ME1I-
cii a:Ts state bank
btatc ot Kansas. I'oMCoanty. -?
In the matter of the 2:;:ni.-.cnt or the Mer
chants btatc Hank of Dodjc city, Kansas.
The creditors ofthc Merchants btatc Hank of
Dodge City. Kan-s-, will take notice that the
Assignee of said tnut will ou the Utli. day of
August, ISO, and for tio conccutic dajs
thereafter at the oflicc of the 1'ionitr Loan and
Trust Co., on Second Avcnneb?twot.n Front and
Chestnut f tricts, at DoJ,je Cit In said county
and stJte aforeaiJ, tlurin- and between the
Uoorsof 9 o'clock n. in and Su'clocV i. in. of
each uf sail three davt afcr-aid, adjust and
allow demand- arain-t III, estate and e:Iect- of
the Merchants bLite Hank of Po.Ue l'r Kansas
and all claims Jnd dj.:nan .s agaiu-t tnid Dink
afureld notpre-ented at the tiaic and place
abotc meiaumcd will lw Icrrcd from rtccniug
any iKiiinturallowance from said estate and if
fects of the aroreiitl r sinur.
Witness my hand aiD.Klg.- Citv. Ford Conutr.
Kansas, tlH'. th da) 7it. !&!.
Assi-neo of th M ia. t- State liai.K cf
Pode Citi, Kan-a.
Notice I hcrcOJ given thit tiu undersigned has
filed hlsinUthin m tho Probate Coart of Ford
locni siiiusica:in,;iis,i.-4uen'snrai'isa!u ikii-
trailer, and that .i 1 nihion uill b?licardon tho j
lUhdaj of Mar, i"jj. st iWcWis n. 1
T. L. Mi-Caktt.
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ORDER OF bALE
State of Kansas Ford county, es
Too State Dank of bt. John, Kan-as, plaintiff,
1 B. Huffman and Elizabeth W. Huffman,
By virtue of an order of sale to me directed and
delivered. Issued out ot the STth 3 udicial District
Court of the state of Kaca$, sitting In and foi
Tati comity In said state I will on Monday,
thellUlda of May, A. 11. ISOl.at 3 o'clock p.
m. otsaid day at thr West Front coor of the
Court House, in the city of Dodge City in the
county and state aforesaid offer at tmbUc sale and
cell to the highest bidder for cash in hand all the
following described real property, to-wlt:
The northeast quarter of section 30, tonmhlp
25, south of ranse H, weft of the Cth p. m lying
aud situated in the county of Font and state o
Raid property to be sold as commanded by the
said order of sale.
II. 15. BELL. bam.
Sheriff ofticc Apiil Sib, 1KI1
First l'uolication April 10th, 1&31.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS.
Court adjourned Monday.
lioom tbe fourth of July celebration.
Weather prophet liicks says it will
There seems to he slight dissensions in
the Baptist church.
d Madison is not a success as a jump
er. Josh ltiin about it.
There will be a citizens alliance organ
ized here inside of a month.
L. E. Warren leaves shortly for a visit
to hi3 brother in Silvcrton, Colo.
The regular Thursday night dance oc
curred at the rink Thursday evening.
A foot-ball club has been formed and
the ball is put in motion every evening.
The farmers arc smiling now. The
ground is wet to a depth of three feet on
The river has been out of its banks for
the past few days. No serious damage
has been ddue.
Miss Evelyn Haird's school picniced on
Duck crctk the latter part of last week.
A plensaut day was spent.
Dr. A. II. Hard has purchased the
Palace Drug Store of W. J. Filgerald
I ami will continue the business.
Tlje ice cream supper given by the
Masonic fraternity at the city hall Tues
day evening was largely attended.
New potatoes arc in the market but
they were evidently not grown for edit
ors, as they arc worth a dime apiece.
Mayor Gluck has issued a proclama
tion requesting all the business men to
close during a portion of the day, to
Ecu Hodges is sure of his land grant
now that .. private land court has been
established. Tip your hat to Ben, here
The fire company meets again Monday
evening. All members arc requested to
be present as business of importance will
The last report of the State Board of
Agriculture, contains able articles from
the pens of J. L. Finlcy and John Good
wine of this county.
Rev. Busscr delivered a most eloquent
and appropriate memorial sermon at the
Presbyterian church on last Sunday
morning. A very large audience attend
ed. Beggs German Salve is one of the best
skin and pile ointments that has ever
been put up. No family should be with
out it . Sold by The Palace Drug Co.
The political pot is boiling and candi
dates arc already announcing them
selyes. It will be the warmest campa ign
Ford county has ever known. Mark the
D. Swinchart's co-workers in the 2nd
rward school, Misses Annie Edwards,
Lucy Baird and Flora Swan, presented
him with an elegant fountain pen, at
the close of the term.
L. G. Grobcty was nominated and un
animously confirmed for the office of
city clerk for the ensuing year. The ap
pointment was a good one and will give
Read Mayor Gluck's message to the
couucil in another column. It is a doc
ument filled with good, sound recom
mendations and puts the mayor squarely
on the side of reform.
W. J. Fitzgerald and W. T. Coolidge
have formed a partnership in the real
estate business aud a stronger combinat
ion could not be found. Both gentle
men are thorough masters of every detail
of the business and both possess the val
uable characteristic of rustling.
Bcgs Little Giant Pills arc the best
pill on the market for constipation, indi
gestion and all derangements of the liver
and bowels. Each package contains
nearly one-half more than the ordinary
pill packages, but sells at the same prise.
Full directions with each package. For
sale by The Palace Drug Co.
Tramps arc becoming exceedingly
numerous in thi3 city, and burglaries arc
becoming alarmingly frequent. Last
week the residence of Mrs. Xcwland, on
Front street, was entered during her ab
sence, and a watch and chain, together
with other valuable articles, were taken.
This week the residence of Mrs. Dossett,
a colored woman, on upper Bridge
street, was entered aud $19.00 in money
obtained. A rock pile should be started
and-a ball and chain attached to the
limbs of the tramps who swarm in here
ou every train.
Bcgg's Cherry Cough Syrup has gained
its great popularity simply on its true
merit. It is equally as good in a case of
deep seated cough as in a freshly taken
cold, as it relieves the cough at once, so
that the lungs and bronchial tubes arc
not irritated by continual coughing,
thereby relieving them of all soreness.
Sold by The Palace Drug Co.
Wm. Wilkinson, called by many old
timers "Farmer" Wilkinson, brought to
our office Thursday a bunch of spring
barley that measured over two and a
half feet in length. It was grown on
his fine farm south of town, and eclipses
aty thing wc have yet seen. Mr. Wilk
inson is an enthusiast regarding alfalta,
and now has in 35 acres, which he val
ues at $30 per acre. It is his intention to
sow two-hundred acres more. lie never
tires singing the virtues of alfalfa and
thinks there is millions in it for the
farmers of Western Kansas. That is the
opinion of every one who has had any
experience mill tins nmnt. c snouiu
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like more samples of spring barley to
j.e jf ., i.Mneli above referred to can be
A few days at;o wc stopped off at
Dodge City, situated at what we
would term th foot-hills of the mount
ains. There are many inducements held
out there to invite settlers to locate.
The buildings and surroundings arc
tastefully laid out The citizens are a
happy doss of people that never com
plain, they arc ever ready to extend the
right hand to visitors. Truly, there is
samcthing of a generous character about
the people of Dodge that is not found in
anyothcr town in the state, hence, it's
not to be wonderec that Dodge City aad
her citizen arc prosperous. Hartlaad
Iii this city on Wednesday evening,
May 27, Mr. J. B. Stewart to Miss Lillic
Williams, the Rev. S. E. Busser officiat
ing. The principals in this happy affair
'move in I lie elite circles of society in
this cily. The groom is one of the
young business men ot Dodge, being the
junior partner in the drug firm of Crnm-
binc & Stewart. He is Killed with a
pleasing address, that wins friends both
in a social and business sense. The
bride has been engaged in teaching- one
of the city schools and has won innum
erable friends since her residence here.
She possess the qualities of mind and
heart that win the regard of all with
whom she may meet. The Times trusts
that the years of their wedded life may
be filled with choicest blessings.
A Dance on the 4th.
The fire laddies have decided to give a
grand ball ou the 3rd. of July, and ar
rangements arc already under way look
ing to this end. The ball will be given
for the purpose of raising funds to pur
chase several appurtenances needed in
the lire department. It is proposed to
make it the big event of the season, and
no citizen should withhold encourage
ment. Our fire department, while al
ways efficient, has, until reorganized,
lost :n;.ny members. Its reorganization
ha: revived and stimulated interest and
the members propose to restore it to its
old time standard. As every citizen is
interested iu its ellicency or nou cllicency
it is but a matter of duty to assist iu
bringing it to a high standard of excel
lence, and wc hope and believe that all
will lend a helping hand to accomplish
this end. Buy a ticket, even if you
don't go and tell your neighbor to do
Wheat Is Made.
The wheat crop is made. That is an
assured fact without a qualification or
restriction of the statement. Every
body feels better and everybody looks
cheerier. The big rains have done the
business, and Ford county will harvest
more wheat than in all the other years
combined. Farmers arc happy, and
when they feel happy every one else
does to. No empty wagons will be seen
coming into town this fall, but the
chuckle of the wheels and the creaking
of the axles from the. weight of grain
will denote that western Kansas isn't yet
relegated that portion of the country
known as the Great American Desert.
The farmer will have his wallet filled
with greenbacks and his wife will spurn
the old calico dress that is a relic of the
drouth, and she will wear cashmere or
perchance silk, if her spouse sowed
enough wheat. The swine will cease to
squeal and will groan from the burden
of his flesh. The farm dog will regain
his pride and the ribs of the bovincs and
cquincs will disappear behind a wall of
flesh and perchance, the editor will get
a dollar on subscription.
A Reform Administration.
The Mayor submitted a communica
tion to the council, at the last meeting,
giving information on the state of city
affairs and making wise suggestions and
wholesome recommendations for the fur
ther guidance of city officials. The com
munication was on motion of Mr. Fitz
gerald, received and placed on flic lor
future consideration. Following is the
'In order to conform with the statutes
of our state, which require the mayor to
communicate from time to time to the
city council such information and recom
mend measures which in his opinion
may tend to the improvement of the city
affairs, and promote the welfare of the
"I beg, herewith, to submit, for your
consideration as follows:
"Complaint is often made that young
men and boys, under age, arc in the
habit of congregating in public halls and
unoccupied houses for the purpose of
gambling; that they arc frequently bois
terous and disorderly in their conduct on
on the streets, especially after dark, and
that they have a habit of jumping and
hanging on to cars and trains while in
motion through the city limits. Vacant
houses in the city limits arc frequently
much damaged by boys using them as a
resort for playing, breaking windows.
unfastening doors and otherwise ruining
"Little attention has been paid to the
ordinances providing against the running
at large of animals, such as cattle,
horses, aud swiue, within the city limits.
"I will also rcccomend to prohibit by
ordinance, the keeping and feeding of
hogs within the city limits.
"I also find that many yard3 and alleys
arc in a filthy condition, and if tolerated
may breed pestilence during the hot sea
son. "I also find that our occupation lax
has not been collected for the last year,
with but very few exceptions, nor has
the dog tax been collected, and the city
is over runby worthless curs.
"I will recommend the passage of an
ordinance, providing a regular stand for
drays and draymen, to prevent them
from hitching their teams in front of
business houses for any longer time than
to load or unload.
"I also recommend that all places of
business, except exclusive hotels and
rcsturants, close at 12:30 a. m. and re
main closed until 6 a. m., also all places
of business be closed on Sundays, except
exclusive hotels, rcsturants, cigar stores,
drug stores, and barber shops.
"I will also recommend to stop all un
necessary street work, except such as is
worked by poll tax, also that the street
commissioner or marshal shall report
each meeting to the council, the names
of all who have worked their poll tax or
if cash is collected in lieu of work, the
amount so collected, slating by whom
paid; the marshal or street commissioner
to keep a separate account of the same,
also that the marshal or street commis
sioner shall have the hiring ofjaea or
substitutes to do the work for those that
pay the cosh, and if necessary to hire
team for city work, to hire such teams
among needy taxpayers, by the hoar, at
prices fixed by ordinance.
"I will also recommend a reduction of
salaries for marshal and assistant and
city attorney, aad for team hire on city
work, team to be hired by the hour, as
we arc paying higher salaries than any
city of this size in the state. Even the
city of Hutchinson which has an actual
population of eight or nine thousand.
The following is asenfeof prices paid by
the city of Hutchinson:
"Marshal, 156 per month; assistant
marshal, MS per nontlr, city attorney,
435 icr month, and fee when prosecution
and conviction is had; city clerk, $35 per
month; team nnd teamster, 25 cts. per
hour; laborers, 12 cts. per hour.
"The taxpayers are demanding econ
omy in city expenditures.
"1 will also recommend that the po
lice judge be required to accept cash
bonds for all offenses against the city
ordinances when deemed prudent by him
so to do.
"I also Had that the former mayor and
city council, at a special meeting held
March, 18, 1891, did release Mr. Geo.
Anderson as bondsman for the city from
opinions of attorneys. I have my
doubts whether they had such ritrht to
release a bondsman whom I would con
sider perfectly solvent. I would prefer
to take my chances on Anderson in pre
ference to that defunct bank's assets af
ter the assignee gets through winding it
up, and would recommend the advice of
an attorney besides the city attorney, as
he is, if I am correctly informed, the at
torney for some of the stockholders and
the bank, in order to auuul the action
and hold Mr. Anderson, as two are bet
ter than one at all times.
"In order to protect our business men
I will recommend the change of the or
dinance relating to peddlers, so that ped
dlers' license be $10 dollars per day in
stead of $2.o0.
"I am informed that iu the city of
Newton, the fines for tramps and those
that have no visible means of support,
are required to be worked out ou the
Mrcets, and would recommend a like or
dinance here, when cash fines cannot be
"I am infonncd that the city is about
to be sued to recover damages for the
use of a certain street, condemned
through the property formerly owned by
oni Casimero Itomcro, during the so
called reform administration of Mayor
Tarbox in 1887, and with the consent of
the council the amount of $2,070, alsd
the amount of $350 more was paid. The
first named amount of $2,070 was paid
without obtaining a title. As it now
shows and was known at the time that
there was a mortgage equal to $2,000
against Ihc property, therefore would re
commend to investigate the above, aud
if necessary to seek advice iu addition
to that of the city attorney.
"The marshal and assistant and police
officers should be vigilant and faithful in
the discharge of their duties, and
promptly report any violation of the city
ordinances, or file complaints with tha
"I will also ask that the clerk and
marshal take an inventory of all the city
property and fire company's apparatus.
"I find that the hook and ladder truck
is not in good shape for action and most
of the ladders arc used by private indi
viduals and arc laying round the city,
also that the rooms used for the fire
trucks, etc., be not used for any other
pnrposc than what it is intended for.
"I also recommend that action be tak
en against the feeding of horses on the
A. Gluck, Mayor.
"More rain, more rest." "What?"
"More rain, more hay, massa."
W. T. Watkins of Osborne, expert,
was in the city last week.
W. C. Goslee was on the sick list last
Saturday and Sunday.
John Ucnklc and Geo. Moore viewed
the newly laid out road between town
ships 28 and 29, Monday.
Rev. C. U. Westfall delivered an elo
quent memorial sermon, Sunday.
Mrs. J. E. Fishback is visiting friends
at Rcnsnlcar, Ind.
Ed Potter, wife and son True, return
ed from Glcnwood, Mo., Monday last.
Cept. Ames and brother, came up from
the formers' ranch Monday. He reports
that hail destroyed 150 acres of grain
The G. A. R. will hold public services
Decoration day. Everyone come and
bring a basket of posies.
The paymaster of the Rock Island
passed through Monday and left a few
dimes with the boys.
J. R. McBraycr is renovating his farm
or rather his buildings, and is putting
up a windmill.
Quite a number of Bucklinitcs attend
ed the dance at Warners on the 22nd.
Wheat, oats, barley and crops gener
ally look spleudid, owing to our recent
II. C. Barnes moyed his house from
the lower end of town up near the rail
road. It. F. Scoffern will move into it
soon, he having resigned his place as
Samuel Willard has an addition to his
family a bouncing boy.
A. S. Dcmpscy and Samuel Ott went
to Dodge Wednesday, to be examined by
the U. S. Pension Examiners.
A quiet double wedding took place on
May 21st, at the residence of Judge Law
hon, Ashland Eas., the contracting par
ties being Wm. Swartout to Miss Eva
Winans and Robert Trochunt to Miss
Gertie Kilscr Clark County Clipper.
The above parties are well known in
and around Bueklin, and their many
lriends join in the wish that they may
have smooth sailing o'er the sea of mat
P. S. Has H. C. ever made that great
discovery which the Royal correspond
ent predicted some time ago?
An over production of rain. Mud is a
drag uudcr foot.
Henry Schmid returned from Ingalls
last Monday where he had been at work.
Mr. and Mrs. K- A. Smiley, AddLierle
and Robt. Ridcnour, were visiting Com
missioner C. K. aud Mrs. Smiley. Ban-
S. R. Bright was aa early caller in our
vicinity Monday morning, on matters
pertaining to business, but ye writer is
of the impression that it was a fair
daughter the gentlemen had in view.
Albert Griffith went to Dodge Monday
Geo. and John Lierle write from Pow
der Horn Col. that they have succeeded
in killing thirty deer.
It. V. Ridenour was reported on the
sick list the first of the week.
Geo. Karch and family expect to re
move to Colorado soon.
Jacob Vance was taking in tbe tights
of Dodge this week- Farmer Johx.
A two room house and 50 j 1 53 foot lot
dear for S165.ee cash. See
b i (hi it
9lif) Eandsome Oak Coach
l0 is lotn elegant and useful this one will sui
something FOR THE FLOOR
In order to quicken trade in carpets, some cuts in this department will be made as follows: All wool carpefs 75c per
yard, formerly 85c; Extra heavy, suyer. carpets, 55c per yard, formerly 65c; Two-ply Ingrain carpet, 5ocperyard, formerly
60c. These are all the latest patterns, are firmly woven and durable. (Note P. S. at bottom of ad.)
something FOR THE WALL
This is the time of year
handsome patterns being made as at present. The designers seem to outdo themselves. We
as cheap as now. If you like surprises drop in and let us quote you prices.
P. S. All quotations of prices found in our advertise
ments will hold good only for one week, unless otherwise
stated. J. C.
A Cure for the Ailmer1
A long-tested pain reliever.
Its use is almost universal by ihc
Stock Raiser, and by every
No other application compares with-it in efficacy.
This well-known remedy has stood the test of years, almost
No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of Mustang
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Occasions arise for its use almost every day.
All druggists and dealers have iu
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A CITY LUXURY.
Just as the city looks to the country for most of the luxuries used
on its tables, so the country must turn to the dry for those conven
iences which are justly termed luxuries for the hard-working house
wife. Qty housekeepers have learned to realize that to save time is to
is one of the best known city luxuries and each time a cake is used
an hour is saved. On floors, tables and painted work it acts like a
charm. For scouring pots, pans and metals it has no equal IF YOUR
STOREKEEPER DOES NOT KEEP IT YOU SHOULD INSIST
UPON HIS DOING SO, as it always gives satisfaction and its immense
sale all over tbe United States makes it an almost necessary article to
any wet-supplied store. Everything shines after its use, and even the
children delight in using it in their attempts to help around the bouse.
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Old furniture which has
gonetnro tne wear and tear
of many a housecleaning, re
sembles scarred and weather
beaten veterans, and it is small
wonder women hate to put it
back into the clean and tidy
if you can buy furniture fit for
royalty itself, at figure:; that
will cause you a pleasant sur
prise? Remember that we
have lurnitureto suit the pock-
etbook of people in
walk of life.
to paper. It generally begins
. of Man and Beast.
Housewife, the Fanner, the
0.1c requiring an effective
Qfdasias in cJUpj
ligbS Uoable. MO .
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JJ.U-.Lf -tUft-O OVilEXJ n0 grt fevef
in a few pieces of furniture than whio. -.. nturer,
brought to the city. They are direct from ttu
not shelf worn:
Olive-green silk plush Rosewood Chairs, trimmed in pink.
The six pieces, worth $80; the
is simply superb, and will repay a visit to the store to look at
if not to buy. Do you admire tilings beautiful? Come and
look at them.
50 Mahoy. Bedroom Suit,
the reach of all.
at it. It is
One red silk plush Couch trimmed in yellow. A look
at it makes one wish to lie down. It is made for
solid comfort. If you are looking for a couch that
suit you. I he one piece for
earlier, but it may begin later.
Furniture Room on Front St., P. O. Block.
NEW YORK STORE.
1 ALWAYS LEAD.
The buyers who have vfsited our store the past week can
tesiify to two facts: First, that we have the largest and best
selectsd stock of Dry Goods. Second, that we are making
the lowest prices and giving the best value. Below are some
of our prices in -different departments which will create excitement.
Read the next line
41 Unbleached Muslins, soft finish, 5 l-2c, sold elsewhere 7 l-2c.
44 Itlcachcd Muslin, soft linish, (5 1 2c, sold elsewhere, 8 1 3c
Challic dc Orient, latest designs, 5c, sold elsewhere 8 1 3c
Itead the next line.
White Goods, latest designs, 4c, sold elsewhere 5c.
Head the nest line.
Henriettas, spring colors. S in. wide, 19c, sold elsewhere 25c
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Misses and boys Sailor Hats, 15c to 35c, sold cls-jwhere 25c to 50c
Rend the nest line.
Boys' Knee Pants Suit, $1.25 to $4.00, sold clsewheie at 91.75 to J5.00. '
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Gents' fine Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers, G9e, sold elsewhere at 75c.
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Ladies' Good Sun Umbrellas, 81.00, sold elsewhere at $1.25,
All we ask is a comparison with other prices, and then judge
for yourselves. We are overstocked and must sell.
Mail orders promptly attended to. All orders over $5 sent free of charge.
NEW YORK STORE.
PAINTS AND OILS.
WALL PAPER, TOILET A1TICLES, BOOKS,
Safari Bwkt, Pm. Pewals, I. Writg P-fr, KaTelefw, He., Eto, He.
Rosewood Parlor Suit,
Consisting of i Maroon colored silk plush
Rosewood Sofa trimmed in blue, i pink,
colored silk plush Rosewood Rocking
Chair trimmed in blue, i Peacock-blue
silk plush Rosewood Divan, trimmed in
Maroon, i Olive-green silk plush Rose
wood Easy Chair trimmed in scarlet. 2
six pieces for $60. This suit
Consisting of 1 handsome Mahogany
mirror 22x24. inches t hnA-
some Mahogany bed-stead. 1 handsome
Mahogany wash-stand. The three pieces
for $ 1 S.50. The three pieces formerly $25
This suit will last a life-time, and is within
It is solid, handsome and durable. Look
i 2.50. Formerly, $1 k.
were as many
have never sold
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