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CLEAtiANCE BALE
CLEARANCE SALE jl
RECARDlESS
Of < r
COST
In order to Reduce the Large Stock now on hand I will Sell at
r WiOIfAL AND RETAUi 1 i
800 Fashionable Business and Dress Suits
1500 Pairs Fine Cass lnere Pants
100 Dozen Fine Linen Shirts
GO Dozen Genuine English Cheviot Shirts
50 Dozen Genuine French Percale Shirts
25 Dozen Alpaca Coats and Dusters
nJ a Large Aisortment ot DdairableJ
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RECARDLESS OF COST
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GEO SAVILLE
TI DEALER IV
t tjJHomemade and Imported Boots and Shoes
l s4 CUSTOM
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
23 Second South Street Opposite Postofflce
y Rcpilnug done Promptly and Neatly Patronage NipecUnllj loUcited
jylO
R B MABQITTS Preot t P POOBLKT Sec Trea
T PiERroiiT Superintendent
SALT LAKE fOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO
WorksOne and a half Blocks forth of U O S R Depot
Having a wellappointed Foundry Machine and Boiler Shop we are now prepare
to furnifh Steam Engines Boilers Stamp Mills Mining Milling and Moulin g
Machinery Smeltme Furnaces Water Jacket Slag Pots etc Saw and
Grist Mills Shafting and Pulleys all kinds of toilers Tanks and
Plate Work made to order Boilers and Steam Gauges tested
Copper Work for Breweries Distilleries etc etc
Cf A T IT1 One 20horsepower Stationary Engine ea
FOR SALE one 15 do do do eI
s < t One 20 do Hoisting Engine ea
PH One 17inch Turbine Wheel 4 I
gr Two Steam Pumps for Boiler Feed Ba
eS
POBQX39
JOHN W LOWELL
HSil WAGONS BUGGIES AND PHAETONS
p
I McCORMICK MACHINES
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The Celebrated J J Case Threshing Machines
Pitt Mounted or Down Powers
I Either Eclipse or Apron with Woodbury or
Tke J L Case Chilled Plows Steel Beam
Flows and Harrows Avery Gang Sulky
end Walking Plows Cnltivore Ktc
KELL STEEL BARB FENCE WIRE
Both Painted and Galvanized
5 tip
I KEEP NONE BUT JJ t >
FIRSTCLASS GOODS AND GUARANTEE ALL I SELL
g Send for Price Lid to
JOHN WI LOWEll JOHN W LOWELL I JOHN1W LOWELL
OGDEN 1 SALT LAKE CITY Terminus 0NBE
i WOOL WOOL
1 Parde haying Wool to dispose of would do wellA eU eu ma u i u
prepared to pay the
1 1 HICHEST MARKET PRICE IN CASH FOR WOOL
In Urge or email quantities Sacta and twine to tie fleecee fornkoed
Firstclass Sheep Shears kept in stock
H B CLAWSON
Wreisoe Streets mlfi
corner South and EaetTemple
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
BANKERS
THE LONDON BANK
Street
sIcCOENICK CO
lIUn Street
ZIONS SAVING BANK
Main Street
DESERET NATIONAL BANK
Haln Street
WALKER BHOS
Second South Street
BOOTS AND SHOku
GEO DUNFORDseC
Hall Boots and Shoe
ShOeLMasa
Main Street
JAMES PAYNE
Boot and Shoe
Haln Strut
GEO SAVILLE
Boots and SUott
becond South Street
BREWERIES
HENRY WAGE NElIblifornia
California Lrtvrery
KEY3ER k MORITZ
Salt LaVe City Brewery
CANDIES AND CREAM
GEO ABBOGAST
Candy and Ice Cream
Pint Sodtr Street
CICARS FISH NC TACKLE ETC
ED HARRIS
Tobacco Cljars Fishing Tackle Etc
12 First South Street
CLOTHING
OLDSAUTU CO
Clothing etc
Ualn Street
L GOLDBERG I
GOLDBERGClothing
Clothing eto
Main Street
COAL
A GOULD
Coal
Main Street
CONTRACTORS
MTTH k DOREilUS
Contractors tot locating Hallways
Grading Bridging Canals Etc
Kimball Block
DRY GOODS
F AUERBACH BRO
Dry Good etc
Main Street
NERAL MERCHANDISE
S P TB AtIDELI31erchendise
General Merchandise
Wholesale and Retail Main Street
G F CULMER
General Merchandise
Wholesale and Retail tMaln Street
DAY COGeneral
General Merchandise
Wholesale and Retail Main Street
z o M i
General Merchandise
Wholesale and Retail Male Street
WALKER BROS
General Merchandise
Wholesale and Retail Main Street
GRAIN AND SEEDS
T 0 ARMSTRONG
Seed Grain etc
First South street
CROCERIES FRUIT ETC
FRED G LYNGBERG
Foreign and Domestic Fruit
42 First South Street
BOWRING BROS
Groceries Fruit etc
Flm South Street
LUCAS MEAKIN
GroClUs Fruit etc
First South Street
GUNS PISTOLS ETC
J HEUSSER
Gnni Piitalf Tobacco eta
etaMain
Main Street
HOTELS
WHITE HOUSE
Beccnd South Street
OLIFT HOUSE
Main street
VALLEY HOUSESouth
South Temple Street
IRON WORMS
SALT LAKE FOUNDRY
Steam Engine Boilers etc
One and a hair bloctg south of U C B
Depot
HAYNES lr SONS
Boiler Makers
South Temple Street
D DUNNEIron
Iron Gates etc
Second South Street
JEWELERS
JOSLIN PARK
JOSLINJwe1ryfratchee otc
otcUaln Street
0 L ELLSONWatchee
Jewelry Watches etc
Main Street
MEAT MARKETS
w PETERSENBatcher
Batcher
BatcherTint
Tint Suth Street
WHITE k SONS
Bntchin
Firtt South Street
MERCHANT TAILORS
JOHN TAYLOR SON
Merchant Tailors
Commircial Street
JOHN HAGMAN
Merchant Tailor
Second South Street
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
GEO CARELESS >
Pianos Organs and Musical Merchandise I
1231 First Booth Street
PHYSICIANS
H J RICHARDS
Physician and Surgeon
SurgeonMain
Main Street
PLUMBERS
DAVID JAMES
Plumbers Tinners etc
West Temple Street
DAVID EVANS
i Plumber and Gasfitter
Second South Street
RESTAURANTS
ARCADE RESTAURANT
Vain Street
STOVES AND HARDWARE
GEO M SCOTT CO
StoTis Tin and Sheet Iron Work
Main Street
WAGONS AND CARRIAGES
R WARNOCK
Wagons Carriage etc
Pint South Street
H B CLAWSON
Wool Wigoai etc
South Temple Street
GEO A LOWE
Wagons carriages Etc
First East Sut
STUDEBAKER BROS
> Wagons Carriage etc
etcHaln Street
BAIN WAGON
Wagons Agricultural TmplemenU etc
First East Street
JOHN W LOWELL
wOn Carriages etc
Ylrit East Street
UTAH CONTRACT COMPANY
Office Ko 12343 rim lIou111 St Salt
lake City P 0 Box 431
Undertake sad execute oa the lowest
terms and in the shortest time either or all
cf the work of JoaatJar sradisr bridtl lt
titter beaux and equipping Steam Horse
ln J lt IrJl
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or tf8o RAILWAYS Locating and con
itruetin W5O5 road canals reservoIrs
aqueductS dm ec isslncoutssdgrs4thc
t ci b aIn end
streets liiiolkf carsde grounds eydrtee
tracks e ciiT tIn lorbo laini loundatloas
eellaBdmlaf cU M well M every and all
other kiads ci work requiring the reaoTAi > f
irth gravel cement stone e tetfl
A F OREMU3 Sept
TELEGRAPHIC
3
CIIIN 1 AN > JAPAN
LIMISI Net CIW the Orient
Son Irancjjco 19 Arrived the
learner Oceanic from 1Iog Konp no
Tokohdma
Hong Kong July 24No change in
ussiin proipccts Opinions continue
equally divided IU to the chances of war
or peace Toe Chinese ministry ae
evidently annoyrd by the congregation
of foreign diplomatic agents charged
with musions of more or lets Rgreiive
charac er and oenljr expreti discontent
at the ui usually formidable a pect of
the delegation from the United ctatei
which U now awaited with Jeei i > and in
creasing interests imng Li Y > > men
stubbornly refute to disJoje his inten
tiOn respecting tha Kuja affair He
listens to all representations from western
ministers wLo UDnimoutly urge a
pacific settlement but gives no sign of
assent or dissent It is believid by the
but qualified observer that the ultimate
decision depends upon events yet to come
and wi 1 Le largely influenced by repo U
now awaitwl from Cenlial Asia and by
tnA ttII1 r t n lilnrnoli n
tuu
when Jill member are rewsctnbkd at
Peticj At the same time it it by no
means impo tibia that desperate intrigues
of the war party which now com
mends thIS sympathy tho Empress
may precipitate hostilities at any mu
meat hence the extreme cUverjeacies of
native and foreign judgment concerning
tho result Thero aro prospects of visits
to Corea by ships of several western
nations The United States ship Ticon
dera is still hovering in that vicinity
The station ship Vttlor Ptsani com
manded by the Duke of Geneva
contemplates an approach and the repert
of a similar intention on the part of I
a German vessel with Prince Henrich on
board The idea prevails that the Corean
government mignt be soothed by advan
ces from members cf European royal
families Nothing public respecting
Gordons intentions lie travels north
ward to visit Si Hung Chang with whom
he was intimately associated during the
Tai Ping rebellion Tho relations wore
broken ofT however after the revolt had
subdued owing to Sis treacherous viola
tion of pledges for the safety of the
vacguishcd insurgent leaders It it com
monly believed that Gordon is willing to
enter tho Chinese service even as agAinst
Rirsia provided certain vigorous con
ditions such as conducting hostilities
on civilized principles are strictly
guarant ed
Yokohama Aug 1The Mikado
returned to Tokio on July 23rd ftom a
tour through the southern and central
province A djolomatic agent from
Corea will arrive in Japan this month to
adjust outstanding questions connected
with the opening ol additional Corean
ports to the Japanese trade Notice u
received that tbesnme agent will seek
counsel from the Japanese government
respecting recent and impending efforts
of western nations to establish intercoure
with Cores Angell new United States
envoy to China left Yokohama on July
10th in the United States ship Ashuelot
accompanied by bis famiy and a cor
respondent of the New York Herald
He proceeds first to febanghai thence
northward touching at various ports
proposing to reach Peking about the end
of August Commissioners Swift and
Trescott sail in tho United States
ship RicJimond intending to join
Angell bfiro arriving at Peking
The Iron Duke flag ship of the British
Asiatic fiett WAS wrecked on a small
island off the weSt coast of Yezo Japanese
proposals tor new treaties were laid
before the diplomatic representatives and
transmitted to the various powers Slight
changes are cuggottcd m the system of
extra territorial jurisdiction apparently
with tho view to holding foreigners
guilty of offenses against the ct > te more
strictly to account than heretofore but
no interference with the general extra
territorial principle is yet contemplated
Considerable modifications of existing
commercial regulations are demanded
Japan asks for the exclusive control of
the coasting trade and for the augmen
tation of customs duties on certain
articles of import the now duties in no
case to exceed 30 per cent of the original
values the average to be about 19 per
cent the treaty to remain in force ten
years after the exchange of ratifications
twelve months notice being thereafter
requisite on either side in case of an
intention to abrogate The propositions
aro universally admitted to be moderate
and reasonable yet strong opposition is
anticipated from British officials who
earnestly oppose every measure calcu
lated to check British importations in the
slightest degree regardleis of Japans
imperative needs The French and
German legation follow the English
Americans warmly favor the projected
alteiations together with the Russian
and Italian Russian naval reinforce
ments are arriving in considerable sum
bus Chung How who concluded the
Kuldja treaty with Busia was im
prisoned and threatened with death for
it has been roossed
The Montgomery Gold Mine
Baltimore 20 The American
editorially announces The great success
of the Montgomery Gold Mine fifteen
miles from Washington by the use of
the California Robertson electrical re
duction process The mine had been
worked eighteen months by the ordinary
stamp process at a steady loss because
of the want of knowledge of its real
character A Robertson furnace was
recently erected and the lost for the first
days work with it in tho presenco of
Inventor Robertson Vernon Seaman of
San Francisco preident of the Robertson
Company Fullin Agnus of the Amer
can and many others yielded 45 to the
ton at a cost of 350 The daily aver
age in the hands of ordinary employees
continues at over 37 to the ton Fulton
Agnus are the principal owners of the
property and are greatly plated by their
success The quartz vein in which
abounds sulphurites has bean traced a
distance several miles
Aokliiis Arubiiion
New York 1911 was generally
understood at the close of the recent
session of Congress that democrats had
whitewashed Representative Acklin of
Louisiana on the condition that he
would retire to private life and not seek
ronomiaation Now reports are brought i
from Louisiana that there are indica
tions that Acklin will be returned to
Congess It is said he made so much
trouble about the nomination of another
man that the latter consented to refer the
matter another convection Acklin is
wealthy and reported that be has been
at work so successfully that the second
convention will be under his control
Ben Butler Hancock
New York 20 Herald Boston
special At a meeting of the democratic
ward and city committee this evening it
was officially announced that General
Butler would on the 28th address a
mass meeting in Fanueil Hall anddeclare
hs intention to support Hancock for
Preident It is net known whether be
will be a candidate for governor but if
lie does he will have full support on all
wings of the party
Ireland
London 2OGreat preparations are
making for a series of land meetings
throughout Ireland on Sunday
The Times ridicules ai paltry the
theatrical expoits Fenians in Ireland
but regards the antirent agitation as
serious and says it should meet with
patient but determined statesmanship
1 l
Dudley Field Bequests
New Yor 20 The will of Dudley
yield written by himself has been
offend for probate He gives to the
daugher of his siter Mrs Mugrore
10 000 to William Ashburner San
Francisco his gold watch and all the
rest of hb estate he b qucalh to his wife
Foreign Flashes
London 20The Daily News say
Argentine and Buenos Ayrefc securi lea
have recovered owing to a telegram that
has been received slating that President
Avillardas reignation bad been with
drawn
The minister of the Argentine Republic
bas a legram from tha minuter ol
France loin inst which says Congress
has not accepted tho resignation of Presi
dent Avilland At tbe expiration of
the term of the presidency t > which he I
was elected the transmission of power
will take place peacefully
A correspondent says ho bears on good
autbcnty that the British proposal to
ore the decisions of tbe Uerlin con
ference by armed measures is coldly
received by the powes Germany ha
declined to participate in such interven
tion Hamburg 20 The itefmT Herder
took 71524000 in specie for the United
States
Pans DeFreytinet preside 01
the ministry in x speech at Alentalyn
cclared the recent elections bad com
pleted 1he foundation of the republic
Ho announces tbat goternment would
introduce a bill to settle the condition of
all religious association Of ibis u
authorized congregations would take tbe
benefit but must never be permitted to
place Themselves above the law He
concluded by stating that the foreign
political situation was never better add
Franco had emerged from the isolation
to which events bad condemned her and
resumed her place in general politics
The situation was good at home and
abroad
Uliilo Parent member of tbe munici
pal council was drowned at Venlettes i
France He was the only Cmmunisi
ordered tried by the first Versailles court
martial and was acquitted
Chinese Commerce
Ntw York 20The Bulletin learns
from a steamship Captain Long in tho
Chinese trade and recently arrived from
Chineso ports that a steamship line to
California has long been a pet scheme cf
the China Merchants Company but
thinks they cannot run the line cheaper
than the Pacific Mail Tho Japanese
line to Hong Kong has failed to sustain
itself and is supported by government
subsidy
Tbe Sun today on tho China new
departure In view of tho progress which
we see had been attained two years ago
the present action of the Chinese seems
intelligible enough If native merchants
can save money by forwarding goods
under there own flag to Tokio or Ran
goon why should they not go further
and send their ships across the Pacific to
Sin Francisco or through the Suez
Canal to Marseilles and London Their
recent experience in the Carrying trade
along more than 3000 miles of the coast
of Asia has demonstrated the perfect
feasibility of their transporting a large
part of their own teas and silk to foreign
c untries in vessels owned and operated
by native capitalists Undoubtedly the
advent of Chinese in tho field of trans
oceanic transport will result in the signal
lowering of freights but wo do not
imagine hat foreign consumers of Chi
no o staples will make any complaint on
that score
Snub Bs Dresses
New York 20Although the ward
robe of Surah Bernhardt has not yet ar
rived in this country the quetion of
duties on her torly even dresses has al
ready been considered at the treasury
department Exemptions are made
when theatrical costumes are brought
over which are known to be a part of the
instrument ota players profession but
in the case of Bernhardt they aro no
mora exempt from the payment of duty
than those made for Americans who visit
Paris and reserve the first wearing until
they reach this country
MONETARY AND STOCKS
New York August 20 18SO
Money2 2J4 govnmts quiet steady
stocks closed steady WU106M Quick
silver 125i Pacific 417 Mariposa M
Wells Fargo 108 New York Central
135 > i Erie 42K Panama 183 U P
95 bond 112Ji Central Pacific 76JT
bonds 11214 Sutro 1H
REMOVED
JHEUSSER
Has removed his Stock of
Gune Pistols Ammunition
FISHING TACKLE
Cigars Tobacco Etc
To the commodious premises
No 139 Maiii Street
A FirstClass Shooting Gallery
Parties wishing anything in his line
can choose from one of the Largest
Stocks in the Territory at tho Lowest
Rates jy7
RED CANYON
BOCK SPBDGM
And WEBER
COAL
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THE ONLY RELIABLE MARKET FPD
LUMP ASSORTED ARD EGG COAL
Largo stock always on hand and fall
weight guaranteed
Prices low 1 and special attention given
to the wants of the public
OxyiCE Deseret Bank Block
03 A GOUlD Asfrl
BOWRINGBROSII
wnoLzssL Lien nrrllI
DEALERS in CALIFORNIA FRUIT
POULTRY
FISH FRESH EGGS BUTTER
ASS
QIROOIEIRIES
OF ALE KISD3
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Fresh Trout received Dilly
1233 > > FIRST SOUTH STREET
Nobody Delivers Goods Quicker than we
THE ARCADE RESTAURANT
AND CHOP HOUSE
Leah served at all hours of the day
sad night in firstcbua Style
EVERY DELICACY OF THE SEASON
Served up temptingly
OYSTERS 13 VET STYLZ
66 Main Street
JAS DINWOODE5T Pror
is
MUSEUM
OPPOSITE THE TIBSUSICLE Oil
SALT LAKE CITY
JOSEPH L BABFOOT
PO Box 832 Curator
LA E
UNLIKE PILLS
Ana tha raiser furgatlceg 7
IS PJUBASAAT TO TAKE
IusS7stem 55 viii preys SSSSIS Stain
hu yet beea Eenorator5d breurht C1ennrihat
to public cone For
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PiIe an ad d8oFdC
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incompacably lb Sot ewe
TROjjOp LAXwjya I old
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drngut at 60
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or nailed on
or receipt
pnc in
currncyor stanp
byihepreprie
tee DeoejpUre Book free Addre
J E HETHERINGTON
NEW RiCer SJL2T rgA CISCO
ELECTRIC BELTS
Bandiand Applbnee the
red rely genuinstai be
r o PELLEIUACIIER elALvey
F v tew rorie S Ior Sn
Sendietbeourewetyofwp P
you Pmphlet
tnd The
l Electne
Jeaew
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r AretISeii eocu espedefl derec ctePJry
c to wd df 9
aocaUcd Fleanc d5S etc on tnd
V
CEfflBIES OF THIWH
Over Djspepgta thor Dlseasea Bowel Com
plilatB and various febrile and nerrous dltor
dais Immortalized the Seltzer Spa and these
tr4 n n n r
world by TAIUUNTS EfFERVESCEST SELT I
ZER APERIE containing all the elemeuta
and producing all tho elements and predating
all the happy results of the Great German
B Spring Thirty to forty doses Sparkling Ape
j rient to each bottle
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SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS
MACKENZIE REFORM CLUB
TT OLDS REGULAR MEETINGS EVERY
HOLDS Evening at the Emporium Hall
at 8 oclock The ReadIng Room and Library
are open to the public from 8 a m to 10 p m
All are welcome
JAB F BBADLZT Prest
WK T FOCMZK Secy
The Ladles Temperance Union hold Monthly
Meetings on the Fourth Tuesday In each month
at 3 pm Weekly Meetings every Monday enD
Ing at 7 oclock
NOTICE
r N EW iND BKATJTirUL
v I1 DESIGNS
r Ia Cameo and Amethyst Sets
lack and Roman Earrings Tie
Pius Lockets Necklaces Finger Rings etc
Bejiairing done and work truranted
CARL C ASMUSSEN
f5
PETERSEN THE BUTCHER
1225 First South Bt9
jaonnd Butcher thop from the Comer
t
NEVEr KEEPS ANYTHING
3Jj but Tender Juicy and Fresh
JMeatj Ho sells at tho cheap
en rate All Kicds of Meat in Reason Give
him a trial Haniazoj a specialty cuSS
WLLIAIV BHEDEfiREYER
MINING ea CONSULTING US MIneral AND Snrvamfo CIViL
Utah and Idaho Votary Public Geologic
examinations report on mining properties
turrays mines railroads JD canals and
auperintoadi the workings of the arne
Prepare estimates and plans for openinz
end wcrkinc mints expert en coining goes
lion before the courts Addui P 0 Boy
115T Bait Lab city El Ill
WHITE HOUSE HOTEL
T J HB in PROPRIETORS announcingto TAKE public PLEABUKE that the
hare remodeled and refitted the lintel l
Tne DinIng Rooms are spacious and the best
Meals will be served night and day
Single Hoali 50c
Hot Lunches ai per card 25c
Boom and Board 8I5O to 92 per day
Q2O to tt2 per week
Board e7 per week
The Bar has ben removed to the north of
the Hotel and four Billiard Tables added for
the accommodation of zncsts acd is now
open A PODLECH tt CO
CUFF HOUSE
MAIN ST SALT LAKE OITY
Board and Rooms from 150 per day
and from iS per week
S C EWINC
Jj3 ProorieUr
VALLEY HOUSE
Andrew C Brlien Proprietor
NDRIt THE NEW MANAQEMKNT
U this eenril and prpclar bite < bas been
renovated and thoroatbly repaired for the
reception orgeests
Rates per day 11150 to 2 per week
8 to 10 arcordiDjr rooms
Board per week 7
n2
iu7 the Bs Eilliard and rool abh
bsiaiy 3tvcrulsatlicctiin jecilAgcatawaie5
lRonRns a lROr1l 1
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rely on Hop Bitten n help t
hclpiIop Ktten taBdi I
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and UM lion liitten continually f
Slll strong cures
acd yon w the first dose
= lnImthellrstl1ose r
healthy and happy
Kidney and Gri
ladles d yon nary cccEi ainta of all J3
healthy < and bonttTiut cored Inu by Hop pen Bitten > aDCUU p
Then tne Hop Bitten
HoI CO7CH Ccrils
The greatest appe the sweetest taint
tizer stoxcach blood and best Ask children
and lirer regulator
Bop Bitten The Hor Pi > tot
Etomaeb LITer and
Ctazymes Law Ikldaeys la iaperl r
jtn iStoS EflOk to all others Cam
cr5 east Ladies need tor absorption Aik
Hop Eaten daily Isreggies
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GEO M SCOTT I C cD j
Hai fun rewired a fall lias olteo eoIobrod 14 S
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eTEWART HEATERS forParlore CLINTON CABINET RANGES in t f i
Offices Stores and Halls
great variety and of all flUe5j Uu I
The HARVARD FRANKLBT the eery best cooking outfit in tfe mat
Handsomest Open Parlor Stove r 1
made
OAHKOIT BOXand ctber HEATKB8 e
COOK STOVES Beportar Golden or Stores Offices BarBcoaw J
Crown and Stewart oa complete assortment
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FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY i
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Having a wellappointed Shop we are prepared
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TIN and SHEET IRON WORK vitli promptness
A Liberal Discount to Country Dealers I
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GEO M SCOTT CO
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Haines Illinois Headers SelfDump Hay i
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CUTTS FOURBARBED STEEL FENCE WIR
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Saw Mils Leffel l Turbine Wheels
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Embracing English French and American Sailings Coatings i j1
Troaserines of New and Popular Styles at i
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Of All Grades Quality and Ages
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Childrens Kilt Suits
Boys Sailor Suits
Boys New Brighton Suits i
Boys Underwear
Boys Cheviot and White Shirts
EXTRA PANTS FOR BOYS WEAR
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Blue Flannel Sui s I
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GOLDSMITH tc CO
Wholesale h and Retail ClotEiers
145 MAIN STREET

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