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JFresh Erosi tbe Wires frota All
Ttetoria, Sept. 23. PresHlont Kruger
has been in telegraphic conference with
'PresideDt, Stein thisaftersoon aTdinc;
the situation, and tho -decision of tho
raad of the Orange FreeJjState ia awaited
with intercet. Large iumbera of local
Danes, Gerpans, rJolkmdore, Faench
men and Americana, have ofiered their
BevIcea to Geueral:Joubertrin tho event
of hostilities. . The olderburiftleraBtill
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mil iu ecu tiiu jiuuiiud iui baua'uciii
but if Mr. Chamberlain makes -wha
they would characterize as 'humiliating
demands," such as .for instance disarm
ament, war would be meqitahle.
San Francisco, September t23 The
Poet pays the sale of the Crockor inter-
ests in the Southern Pacific railroad has
been made and tho stock absorbed by
an English sxndfcate. The kCroekers
have removed' their oflices from the
.Southern Pacific building, George and
"William Crocker are going to New York
in a few days totsettlo up their railroad
business, after which George will then
take yp .his residence in that city in
deference to tho wishes of his wife who
likes the hfo of the metropolis. The
'.value of the Crocker interests in the
.Southern 'Pacific company is estimated
San Francisco, September 23 Over
oue hundred men of the California
iHeavy Artillery, who were mustered
out of'. tho service yesterday, departed
this afternoon for their formor homes in
Los Angeles. .Tl.ey will be taken Bouth
in a special tiain.
It It estimated that the consumption of
beor In the entile worl amou to 51,080, -COO.OOCVpor
Santa Cruz, California, is perhaps the
.only municipality in which wutor Is fur
nished freo to inhabitant for domestic
Anotheh decision lias been rendered In a
court In Cullfornlu to tho elTect thut Wells,
1'urL'o & Co. must pdy tho revenue on their
shipping ecolpts instead of compolllucr their
patrons to pay it.
1FB .U A nV . Tt4 4k h Lvll.W art Ahf I tj
ntravellntr In Alaska, inoosrMlto. i'erhana ho
v rmw .- , -- w rm -
"Is of i aid thut the people up there will mis
take him for "ire." "She" or "It."
Aa paid attorneys of the trusts will not bo
invited to purticlpute In tho anti-trust con
, f erenco of governor and attorneys eeneral
at Si. Louis, Komethlnc may be accomplished
by thost. Louis conference.
Tux Globo-Demoorat is afraid Kentucky
wlllbowtolen by the Uooboi Doraorats. If
the Doinocrnci' of EenUto'c) can boat tho
Republicans in the came of politics they
.mukt be well cr.od In the art.
The Donvor Poit says: "It is not every
..modern republic w hich can boast of a f 12,000
silt on of the Sulus on Its pay roll, with a
dozeiiw ives hi his hurora and a motley as
sortment of unoouventlonal and unclothed
sub.ecU ho u ould rather dlo than work or
Ths conjusal cousldeiution and domes
ticity of cx-i'rosldout HitrrUoti, as t" prlbod
In a dopatch fi urn Purln, hero Mr. 1. rrisou
Ustajin&r Mith Mis. UanUon and tho buby,
aro not ut all umtbual in tuctii whoo second
vivsk aro ounsor than their 11 1 st onos.
Thkhh Is vory'llttlo doubt that tho alleged
alarm i: Moxbo, llriull und other countries
south of us, oor dungor oT the uuiioxation
of tho vholo of South mid Central Auiorica
by tho Unito J Statey, the work of inon in
this country v, ho uio trjing to work up an
Tit:: toceptlou to bo given to Admiral
Doweymi hU 111 rival ut o' York U to cost
about u ;ii,utur of 11 million duilaib;, , litlo
the fun I to I uim' lilm 11 li.iiibo lms lauuhcd
onl) .-jAt.'H tl.eui.ln ut. Tills Wufctrlk
Jiigdlsiiuiit;, uii.l It ill .ihtrates 0110 phiuool
Any munof ordinary iiitelllgoii3oeou1d hce
that lloitrks-Conkr.ui nttendod tho Chicago
conventldii of lust week n a ropret.ont.i(lvo
of the trusts. Corkran's talents urn uhvnjn
for.tnle to tho hlghot bliU'or. If tlieto wuu
enough eaxh offered ho v.xuld not hosltato
, to pay tho rolo ot Hencdlut Arnold.
J Is Arlonu tlio othor day a man was nr
rested us 11 luualio because ha buli&ved lie
was the po:s;ov of u 111I110 of gieat aliio.
That's n cey ootiimuu oompluli.t ,In theto
purtj. TliHstuto nt-ylum could not ucoom
dute all the people In Kl.I'uo who bollovo
thoy havo u mine wot tli million;.. Times.
An o.xtimhmtiun of a sample of roasted
oolfou benles soizod in Paris, (,nys an ex
change, bh wed tli "in to bo entirely nrtillphil.
Clicmlrnt anal sis dUoloscd-iuli, gum, dox
troue, etu und tho microscope showing
grains of wheat, staroh, vegetable debris
and animal's hulrs. Tho berries wore boau
Lab CuyoiiB has a "Womun'x Improvement
.association." T.10 atsojiution is not so I
tjUiok for. tho Improvement of .womeu as. for
tho lmproemont -of tho town. Wo need
omethlntr of tho latter description lu this
itj vtry Jnilflh( and ltU to' be hoped that
another' wlftMr will' notlbo'allowed to pass
Without" tho'fonnitlont-Of suolman .associ
Norooner does the public succeed in
nounueahle names than mo.o aro fired
nt it. War in the Transvaal will bring
rtllemuth of this assertion to everybody's
mlnd.NAbout tho only town in South
Africa vtithsa civilized name is Lady
Dcwn in' Oklahoma tho Indians aro
punishing their paleface euemies in a
moro modern way than by scalping
them. Tliovaro going into bankruptcy.
Poor Lo, foe a gulieless child of nature,
jsvnot edfstow-ivher it cornea to catching
onto the pecuniary methods of the
white man. ,
According tchhocouaptrolle'r'-a regular
monthly statement, legardiug the ciren-f
lation of tho national banks, the total
outstanding on (ho 31st ultimonmount
ed ta$242,071,fl2, which represented an
inirease of $530,414 for tho ,rnontli and
of .$14,893,177 for the twelve months
ending with August.
Til e. New YorkriuiidohghtBin nothing
more than to roast its contempories. For
several years it has been blackguarding
the Herald and the Wot Id. Recently
the Herald i;ave the Sun a dose of its
own mediciue and, the Herald's shots
went eo true to the mark that the Sun
threatened -to sue -Mr. Bennett for
damages. A paper that cannot stand
a "roast" should not be bo ready to-
"roast" others. '
Jcst ,at thia time ithe United States
and England are'both engaged in pour
ing troops across tho pea, wo to civilizo
aud otherwise benevolently assimilate
the Phiiipino?; Great Britain to civilize
and otherwise benevolently assimilate
tho Boers. Our purposes appear to be
much the.sanie. We should form the
Anclo-American alliance without delay
and adopt the same coat-of-arms rifles
crossed, two jugs of rum and an unopen
Tjijk Mexican cotgreSs was opened on
Friday night of tho 10h. The message
of President Diaz was very voluminous,
treating, aa it did, of tho progressive
achievements of the nation ana the
bright outlook for the future. His
recommendations for the continued
support of the country in adoptinu pro
grebsive ideas were well received. It is
probable that congress will grant him
leave of absence to vsit tho United
Theue is ,110 disputing the fact that
government ownership of the means of,
transportation and production would
destroy the trusts by substituting for
them one vast, overshadowing monoply
ot tho state. But in destroying the
trusts this ntate control of tho business
of the people would utterly pervert the
character of the government. For tho
Demouialic EOpuhlic would be substi
tuted by a social state in which indvid
ual freedom and initiative jtould bq
A recent Now Tork d.sputoh sajs: The
meat trust has made another adyunce in
price. Pork has almost doubled,' und veal
has advancod 25 por cent, ut tho oommand of
tho greedy combine. Loin of poilc now costs
tho butchers 13 cents where formerly it was
only ti cents u pound, lly the sumo command
veal is .2 and IS tents a pound, while a j our
ujo it wus 7 and 8 cents. Tho butchois
thiough ut tho city wore compelled, owiug
to these advances to tulso votil and poik
from 2 to S cents a pound to consumer!!. Mho
New Yoih ttetall ilutohois' Mutual 1'ioteo
tive Abboeiatloli hold u moutiug hut Tuesday
night to talio detinfto action legardiug tho
building otau ubiittoir.
O.vi: of the probable results of the
anti-trust couleieuce of governors and
uttoinoyfc-generul in bt. Louis will bo
tho convening of Bevel al state legisla
tures in special susdiou for tho put pose
01 dealing witn the trust pioblem. The
euiiveiiuuu,,imH..hahl will Outline legis
lation that will bo louuil desirable, and
these governors in harmony with tliu
movement will suortiy after the conven
tion summon their statu legudatiues
together to euaot uniloun laws in the
ditiurent stales, following tho lined laid
down by the conference.
AxToitNJtY-Oit:.'i.iAi. Daws, of Arkansas,
complain that tho. Judiciary depuitimiit ol
our go eminent U luvudlug thu piuvliicooi
tho legislutlo. Ho ovun hpuaksof oUH war
uiiuposklblu result ot whui ho Is pleated to
cull "Judi;o mude luv. ." .With all duu 1 ospoot
to Air. Davlu, wo are of tho opinion thut if all
thostatcsof tho luilon and ot tho nutloii it
selt hud to depend upon such loot lugUIa
tm os us blight tho iortunej of Arltuu$us
and itxu., thu liuiuu of our country would
nitlotd be dark, it U only tho Jndiuiury witli
(heli'voinmuu-sohsu lntoipiottluns 01 fo.,1
uh laws und tnoir constant euro tor tlio
preservation of th'j fumiumoutal liriiieiples
of light mid violig, tliut,itand between us
und 1 ulu, Tna iuuinbor of our stuto leglhla
Jure uro fondly caned our "ruilioaentutived,"
If they represent uti) thing It" is tho dumb
citizens of tho bouiidli.s, laugos, the bcof
cattle of doubtful tuieoUry. I
Bv capital is meant anything which
produces, iuterest; a sum ofmoney lent,'
which iat the end' Of -months or years,'
yields a profit; 'a land that is cultivated,"
or any instrument of.labor that is set in
action, not by its pioprietor, but 'by
salaried woikmen. But tho laud that is
cultivated by the peasant and his family,
the gun of the poacher, the hammoror
piano of the carpenter, albeit,! property,
is not capitalistic property,1 because; thti
owner utilizes it himself , 'inaterid ot
using it to extract surplus'-value from
others. The notion of profit'iwithout
iabor, sticks like a Nessus shirt to the
terra "Capital" La Fargue.
The following is, fiom the Weiser,
Idaho,, Recprd, and speaks for itself f
"There re more room in Weiser for all
lines bf trade. The present business
men here could divide their "trade
with newcomers and all'do well. Among
the business" houses most greatly needed
here is. n steam laundry. 'There are
enough' bundles of laundry expressed to
Salt Lake, Boise and Huntington each
week to support a1 large steam laundiy.
Another hotel, having a capacity of
both the .Vendome and Weiser hotels,
wouldtio more than accommodate the
many people that aro now sleeping in
tents. 'Carpenters and contractors are
needed. Many are ready to build homes,
as well as business houses, but cannot
get tho carpenters. In ftct we need
help in nearly all branches of trade.
The recent confirmation of a court
decision which restores a large tract of
railroad land in California to the public
domain, has directed renewed attention
to the subject cf railroad land grants,
which have been made in tho past with
unparalleled generosity by thq United
States. ? In a recent issue the-United
States Investor publishes an article
giving tho history of these land giants
and their extent. It is shown that the
first of those .grants WAHthat nidde to
the Illinois Central Railroad company,
in 1850, and the last was made to the
Southern .Pacific company in 1871.
During "the twenty-one .years between
the two dates an enormous quantity of
laud was given to tho railroads, the
total being estimated at 2-14,201 tquare
miles, on a conservative basis worth
at zci SS&.OOO.OO'J. The jmmoj-j'ty t
this area dt;i be hotter undors'tood when
it is stated' that tho entire superficial
area of the thirteen ordinal states was
3U0.400 squaro mile, while the area of
France is only 204,177 square miles.
It looks as if piogress in the manufac
ture of ice will soon make it possible to
feed water into one end of a machine,
which can be called a press, and have it
deliver chuncks of ice of auy size at tho
other end. .The Patent Itecord says:
"Artificial ice, manufactured at ono-.fifth
the cost of ice from the northern lakes
and rivers, is what Major D. L. Holdeu,
of Philadelphia, claims to be tho lesult
oi his invention, which makes ice almost
automatically. Anhydrous ammonia is
boiled, or evaporated, in a hollow cylin
der which revolves in a tank of water.
The temperature of the cylinder shell is
reduced to 32 degiees below zero, caus
ing ice to foim at the rate of onevquarter
of an iiruh per minute, on the outside of
the cylinder. A series 01 knives arrang'ed
on tho curtor-bar keep the ice cut down
to the tkin of the cylinder. The ice
shavings float under a hood in which is
a screw conveyor, which carries the ice
and a cei tain quantity of water along to
two pies&es. The water is then dunned
through perforations back into the tank
and wlien an indicated weight of ice is
colleuted, a hydraulic power tiansfers
the ice to the other prei-s, wheie it is
prtBsqd and repealed for use."
Or late thd hotbod of race warfare
BeeniB to have been trailaferied to
Illinois. Over a year ago the importa
tion of negro miners from Alabama was
commenced in order to fill tho places of
tlio sti iking coal miners who had gone
out three months belon. Tho arrival
of tho first trainload of nemOes was the
signal lor u series of battles which have
caused tornblu loss of life tr.d property
pnd have entailed very gid'it expense on
the state. Tho goveinoi has several
times taken tilings in his own hands and
has sent Btate troops to tho scene of the
tiouble. Thopeoplo of tho affectod
coninmiiiticb appear to lesent the pre.
senco of tho troops, preferting to be lot
alouo to kill the uerooa hy wholesale
without inteiferencc This is one of
those pi ohlom3which 1 qiino far mote
than barricade.1 und bullets 10 ncttl,4
them. It is a problem deep as, the
foundations of the republic, 'and its
ijlttlion involves conjunction oi thu
declaration of independence and the
federal conatmition. liut in its pincti
cal woikint.fi the U4inl solution has
gono in dlieot opposition to ihebo
veuorablo doctimonts: Truly it nppuais
that wo havo not yet advanced to a
point whoro wo can oohiuatently carry
out tho good leEolutioim our fathers
wrote iti their blood at tho dawn of tho
, republic EI Paso Tunej.
To Juntos At N6lloy,.jour heirs or assigns;
You are hereby notified by the unde
slgnori, J'our co-owner in the Sweepstakes
mining claim, situate In tho Warren Miniiur
District, in tho County of Coohiso, Te rltory
of Arlfona, tlio location notico of which -Is
rooorded in tie olBco or the County Jtccorer
of the Counis of Coohiso. In book 0, puge
C03,ltecordofrMinos,, that It has expended
tho sum of onb'hundiod dollars In each of
tho jears froai and including' tho year eigh,
teen hundred and eighty-seven, to. nnd in
cluding thofjear eighteen hundred and
years, in .th? perfotniauce of the annual
work for each of said years, required by the
laws of congi'obs to be performed, upon said
claim to holdtho same.
And jou, 'your heirs -und assigns, have
failed to contribute your proportion of the
expenditures required by section 2324 of the
revised statutes of the United States, to, be
made upon Mild claim for the years from
and including tho year eighteen hundred
und eighty tccn, to. ami Including thooear
eighteen hundred and ninety eight, making
a iverlod of twolvo years.
The bum due from yon, your1 heirs, or as
signs to the uudersigned, your co-owner
in bald claim.us your proportion of the mon
eys expended by it upon said claim us above
set forth, is six hundred dollars, for which.
you are delinquent ut tho dute of this- notico.
---. ,lJl.. ..ui.D ( i3,lim, utu UU1UU,
not! lied, that, if 3011 should fail or refuse to
oontilbuto your proportion of tho above
expomutuio within ninety aajs utter tho
publication of this notico onco a wcolc for
ninety days, jour interest In theSw ecpstukes
-uining claim win iiecomo lorieitea to, ana
tho property of. your co-owner, the under
signed, whose residence and place of busi
ness aro at Hlsbee, Cochiso County, Arizona.
Copper Queem Coksoud axed Mining Co.
Dated July 1st 18
Mining Application No. 681, Survey No. 1283.
Ui S.,Land Office, Tucson, Arizona,!
September 12, 1800. i
Notico isdieroby given that in pursuance
of tho United States Mining Laws. Martin
Costello, whose postollico address Is Tomb
stone, Cochiso County, Arizona Territory,
has mude application for patent for 1500 ft.
of tho "nelflowcr" and U56 feet of the
"Smogler" veins, or deposits, situated in the
Warren Midlnir District, Cochise County,
Territory oft'Arizona, ns desciibed by the
official plat herewith posted, and by tho field
notes 011 file in the office of the Kegister of
tho Jlegisterj of tho U. S. Land Ofllco, Olla
Land District, nt Tucson, Arizona, as fol
"Helflow or" Claim Beginning corner No.
I, a pine post, 1 feet long, 4 inches jsnuare in
mound of stone, inscribed 1-1283. B. M. C,
w honco U. S. M. M. No. -t boars N. 43 deg,
20 min. E. 89U feet. Thence S. Si deg,
14 min. W. lr0O feet to corner No. 2. a pine
post, 4 foot high. 4 inches snuure in mound of
rook, inscribed 2-12S3 . M. C. Theneo S.
58 deg. 11 min. E. 300.) feet to initiul Mon. of
"Belllowcr" and "Smoglor", a pine post, 4
feet high 4 Inches square in mound of stone
inscribed I. M. IJ. M. 0., 12S3.C01.8 feet to corner
No. SI Thence, N. 26 deg. 43 min. E. 1511 feet
to corner Wo. 4, a plno post 4 feet
long V inchos squuro in mound of
stone. 1 Thence N. 50 deg. 11 min. W. 456 0
feet to place ot beginning. Containing 18.23
"Snioffler" 1 'laim Beginning at
i,t ja'inJjiuiVliL' location corner 1
"No. 2, f Bolilowor", whence U.S.M.J
at corner No,
M. No. 4 brs.
N. 40drr.lBmln. L.51 O.fl foot. L'henon S.21 ilee-.
52 min, VV. 1458 foot tocornor No 2. a pine post
in mound ol stono, inscribed 2-1283 S. M. C.
Thenc; S. 50 deg It min E. to corner No. 8, a
pine n st 4 ft, long 4 ins. square in mound of
stone, inscribed 3-12b3, S. M. (J Thence N 21,
dog. 52 min K. 1456 ft. to corner No. 4, identi
cal with location corner nud corner No.3"Bol
flower." marked in addition. 4-1283 S. M. C.
a'henco N. 58 deg. It min. W. C01.8
fet to corner No. 1, tho place
of bogi lining. Containing 18.10 net acres
Total not area. 38.39 ueros, und form
ing a portion of tho quarter ol section In
towuship2 , south of range 21, East meridian.
The locatio 1 of this mine Is recorded in tho
otflce of tho County Recorder of Coohiso
Count) ,011 pngej 145 and j,4t5 of book 14 of
Mining Lode Cluims.
Adjoining cluiinunts aro tho Cop. Q. Con.
Mining Co. on the south-wost (Sweep-Stake
claim), John Urndy ot. al. on tho north-west,
and Thomas lllggins on tho north and
Any nud all porsons claiming adversely nny
portion of said mine or surtuco ground aio
required to tile their ndveiso olalini. with
tho Iiegistor ot the United States Land Oilice
ut Tucson, Pima Countj, in the Territory of
Arlonu, during tlio sixty days period of
Eublicutfon heteof, or thoy will bo burred
y virtue of tho ptovlsiom of the statute.
MILION K. MOOltE,
Dato of first publication September 19.
tMiulng Application No. 630, Survey No. 1381.
U. S. Lund Olllco, Tucson, Ajlzonu.
September 8, 1899. j
N'otico Is hereby in pursuunco of tho United
Statos iMinlugLan', Murtlu Costello, whoso
postollico . addi ess is .tombstone, CochUo
Count, Arizona Tci rltory. has mudo appli
cation ioc patent for 1500 feet of tho Huttie
Muuchebter Mining claim, situntcd in tho
Varron Mining District, Cochiso County,
Territory ol Arizona, us described by the
oilicial plat heiewlth posted, and bv tho Hold
notes oil Uio in tho otlieo of tho HogUter of
tlioU ti. Land Oltlce, Ullu Land l)itiict, of
I'uciou, Arizona leultory, as folIovs, iz.
iiegluulii.r ut coiner No. 1, identical w th
eotipr locution, corner also b.W. corner JNo.
1 Wuguoi lode, a lodwoorr post, 4 toot high
1 i.iclies, niiu.ua, In mound of stone, inscribed
1 1S81 tl. M. H. 0,. whence the U. ri. miuoial
mouumont Mo. 4 beaisN.5Sdc.33uuu. U. 52J5
feat. 'I honco S 49 dog. 1 iniu. W. Mir. 1210
U. G00 foet to corner No. 2, a pliie post 3 feet
liiii 4 inches 8IH1.UO, in mouuXut stouo iu
s i itwd 2-1JJ1 H. Al. id. C. 'lheiiv-o S. 41 de'. E
13 miu. U, 1500 feet to corner 3. u pine post
tut in lodge ot rock in a mound o t,tono
post U 1 ttct high 4 iiichov square, inscilbed
3-1331 li. U pl.U. 'Ihonco N. 4J d g. 01 mm.
i5JU tuat torher 1, a plno pust i leet high 4
umbos square In mound ot stouo morilied
(-1381 11. Al. il.C. ihonco N. 41 dr ltfmiii,
V. 1p00 feet to pluco of beginning. Variation
ot ml coi nera, li ilcg, M miu. A. Containing
twontj nmlXtj-aix hundredth ('JO 00) ucies,
and lormina poriioii of tho quurtor of see
tiou in township ho. 23 b. of ruugo 21 E.
The location of this mtno Is recorded in
tboo.ncol fiio County Ho oi dor oupugo .0
oi book 1, Cojhi-o County, Arizona. Hoeoids
Adjoin ng claim tnts nro- A portion of tho
nuitii.eiut bttaud.m Is th'i soutli-est end
li ,u of tlio Vgur mid liopo ciulms patent
No. llil; alio Koy ulnlin adjoins t on tho
uoitli-non iicapoiut about 0 inllos soiUh
of t!i' toAikoittisboo.
iii an J nil fist sous uUilinni udver.ely 1.113
piutivii u. sjKI initio or kiut.j gioiud luo
leqiiluu! to Ufo their ntIu,i'M ohilnuwitli the
ItoIst'i oi thjf Uulteil hviuot Lun I Uiliee at
'i n. ion nintUe Territoij of Arlsoua, during
thesixtj diije , i lod ot puldlpatt m horeol,
or thoy will bo I) iried by lrtuoof tlio pio
vllou i of tlio 'tututo.
AltLl'ON K. JIOORB,
Dato o. llr.it publication September 19.
1UI1U U IlnllUI,
27 William Stieet, Now York.
WALTEIt s?. LOHAN. CHAHLKS M.'nKMON'l),
MAU IS. UAltllVT, NUltl'ON Oil ASK,
l'KKU C. HANFPUD,
Koiuesfiilod In Ailzoun by Norton Clinso
, dams liotolt Phoenix. ' sopS-3iu
IFsVERYTTHING we tell-
fully-prefixed by " New."
to "Dress Goods.
M.ritC rl"m rA1- C JrvrrlfTT
about fifty patterns no two alike.
In the dress goods world, the reign, of the plaid is
supreme so in this collection plaids are- plentiful, but
there is no lack of fancy weaves in plain colors, and the
plain weaves so desirable .for suitings.
Crepons and Poplins, bayedere and two toned effects,
rough and smooth finished goods checks and plaids,
stripes and dots a care fuL selection of the best the East
ern market had to dffer, and, we doubt not, the highest -class
dress goods to' be found in the territory.
Prices are from 85c to $2.25 a yard but with
out the goods before you price means little.
The First Showing of the New
GALL THEM Golf Hats,
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ingly Stylish anal popular.
Made of a Felt, with brim slightly turned up at back',
and down in front, onnot as you wish it; plain or fancy
colored silk folded aivd tied at the side forms the band,
through which is fastened a quill.
Briefly, this describes the hat, but no words can quite
express the fetching, natty effect of the hut whewitHs
fulfilling its mission crowning fair woman.
In brown, gray, black, blue, and castor shades
Prices from $1.25 to $450.
They are going rapidly anddn order to see the show
ing in its completeness you should come early. There
are only one or two of some styles, -so early choosi?ig is.
The Text Books prescribed
authorities, and the prices at
are as follows :
Appleton'a First Header 25c
" Second " '.... 35c
Third " -15o
' Fourth ' 55c
" Introductory Fourth
Reader i ,.55o
Natural Advanced Geography. . . .'.$1.40
" Elementary " .,,.. Coc
Montgomery's American .lliatory. .$1.00
' Beginner's " .. 00c
NOISELESS SLATES Edges.bound with
41 " ' 41 eiiuile 15. 20 and 25c each"
SOUATOH PADS and ..WIUTING TABLETS: ruled and unruled. Every sU's
kind and price.
LEAD PENCILS, Slato. Pencils and Chalk Crayon,s; Pens Penholders and Ink;
.Kulers and Erasers all the little things to cotupleto the School Outfit.
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Especially so does this apply
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Automobile Hats, or wha
by the Territorial .Educational'
which we are selling .the sanie
White's New Complete Arithmetic. 770o
" First Book in " i. 85o 't&"
Sheldon'a Advanced Languaso Lea
Sheldon's Primary Language Lea '
Drawing Books, Nos. 1 and 3, each 10, 15cS
California System of Vertical Writ
. injj, Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, each lOo ' V
American Spelling Blauks 10c,
Jolt; double.. ..25, 35, 40 and 45c each
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