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The Dally Journal's largo olrcula-
tlon Isnoaocldont. It'atho result of J.
high quality and low prloo.
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SALEM, OREGON FRIDAY JULY 1 1890.
Home Made Goods.
Secials: A very select
liiiCjfrf Boy's Knee Pant Suits
of ollr own goods made up in
New- York. GET ONE FOR
All sizes of Boy's Black Hose,
the very best to be had: Ask
71 TO Davidson.
72 E S Longacro.
73 J SKorb ,
7ft T A Mangold..
The largest assortment of
Men's Pants: Regular sizes,
extra sizes and extra longs.
inu mauer wnat size you call
ior we nave them. A special
drive on them.
The finest line of Crash Hats
for Men and Boys to be
found, in Patterns and
The Alaska Boundary
The Modus Vivendi Unsat-
WOOliEtl pib STORS,
Red Cross Shoes
Our hospital and nurse Shoes,
also Oxfords, have arrived. Try
a pair if you want soild com
fort. Our big Shoe sale is still
onwe are cutting prices right
and left we buy our goods 10
per cent, cheaper than inexper
ienced opposition, hence can
and do easily undersell them.
275 Commercial St.
y -H -n . - -wjj --, -i -n -n -"a -j - - -, -
GREAT SLAUGHTER SHOE SALE.
Per Cent Reduction
On All Shoes,
Wc nro not
,, . WE SAY
DEAD. we oo.n
t making Low Prices on Dead Stock, and blowing nliout it nB a marvel,
but wo nro
SLAUGHTERING THE LIVING!
Hewing down a clean, live stock, level with tho dirt which in associated
with cheap prices.
NEW UP-TO-DATE STYLES!
Every Shoo in tho house subject to tho 20 or cent reduction.
uoous mnrKcu in piaut u res.
I Originator of Low Prloos.
We bhlno thorn Free.
2&4C'&sd NJW SHOE STORE,
) 01 STATE STREET.
Not a clearance of old goods, but all new Spring Stock
bought at the very lowest cash price. We can fit any foot
sizes from Infants O's to Aden's 13's, and widths, AA to EE.
Never has such an opportunity been offered to the people of
Salenf. Call and convince yourself of the genuineness of
SALEM SHOE STORE
88 Statu St. La-Id A !)ih Bank HIdg.
Cor. State and Liberty Sis. Salem,0re
King Milan's Assassin Was Hired By
the King's Enemies.
fir Amoclnled l're to the Jonrnnl.
London, July ".The ofllclals of the
foreign ofllco confirm tho dispatch from
Washington acknowledging that tho Hit
nation over tho Alaskan boundary modus
vivendi is more unsatisfactory than at
any timo sinco February. Ambassador
Choato received this morning important
dispatches from Washington regarding
HicmiiADK, July 7. Tho ninn who at
tempted to assassinate former King
Milan yostordav, is a fireman employed
by the municipality. It is supposed
that he was hired by an enem yof Milan.
Acquitted on Grounds of Self
Ilr Aamiclnlril I'rea to J lie Jonrnnl.
Manila, July 7. Tho trial nt! Gabu
natum of tho slayers of General Luna,
tho Filipino leader, is onded. The ac
cused was acquitted on tho ground of
Tho testimony that showed thero was
a conspiracy on tho part of Luna and
other otllcors to kill Aguiualdo and to
make Lima tho dictator. Luna's death
seems to liavo strengthened Agiilnnhlo'a
leadership for a time.
MAHION COUNTY MATTERS
Business Delng Transacted at the Couit
Friday tho county cominlssionrrs ex
amined a bridge near tho oor farm and
a fill near Silverton. Tho court will ad
Judgo Terrell was out this forenoon
examining a couple of bridges on Mis
sion JJottom near tho La Follett place.
One a pile bridge, is on tho road leading
through tho Hoor's place. Tho other,
nearly completed, is a flno truss
bridge with a 00 foot span, on tho road
lending to tho Wheatland Ferry.
Others Try, We Accomplish.
Otfinrfl mm' tri in Imttnti, lint iwi
meal will enn vlucit vnn llmt iinim ntlmr
itiulM Strongs Hcstnurant.
MARION COUNTY SCHOOLS.
A Total of $22,615.90 Disbursed n the
Districts $2.30 Per Capita.
Mrs. Cook M. Jones, superintendent
for Marion county, has mado tho second
quarterly apportionment of school funds
for tho year 1SIH). The total amottn
disbursed was f22,J15.U0, or $2.30 per
capita. The amount received bo each
district is given in tho following, with
the names of tho clerk in each instance:
No. Clerk. Amount
1 Charles I.emhcke f 80 B0
U WMCase. 87-10
.1 J A Jefferson 121 00
I. J Ada. ins 818 40
5 H J Thatcher H2 flO
(! C F Cornelius 51)80
7 J P Ledger wood 2I.'I 80
8 John 0 Estes 128 80
0 I) W Early 21(1 10
10 H I Howor 107 IK)
11 A C Sneer 312 80
12 E G Siegmund 09 00
13 J L Stewart ...- 1117 30
H T M Witten 372 150
15 John 1111k .'WW 70
lft Henry Hopnor 7130
17 J W Houuk . . 3U 80
18 X D Hcollard 135 70
111 Hernhard Ijtng 108 10
20 I) J Hinshaw 133 40
21 Sarah E Cham- 52 00
22 A G Smith .... H7 20
23 Henry Snydor ..223 10
24 Jos ISaumgartuor . . . t!122 (10
25 Geo Simmons ... 82 80
2J F I. Duretto . 50 80
27 X II Ixwnoy 85 10
28 Frank Uaragar .... 20 80
20 It K Downing . ... 110 40
30 Mrs Mary Klssllng 105 00
311) S Uugglos ... 188 fiO
32 JD Fain 101 20
33 Martin llatueu 02 10
34 JMWIJonnoy . .209 30
; .tines U5wjb 02 (X)
30 A S Collard
37 Maggie N. Cade..
38 Ohrfs Krlcger .
30 Oliver Darling ..
40 FTOtt 7...
41 WL Illcks ....
42-HP Philllna. . ..
48 Uryan Dunny
44 Wm Scollanl 181
4 K K Kirk.
46 WKMoKee 80 fo
48 A P Gordon 121 (lO
50-rTlios Lauderback 142 00
51 WKester 1Q8 0
62 K 8 Porter 41 40
54 W U Humphreys Ift', fiO
6ft TFHaya 142 00
67 A H Cone 2a6 46
58 Mrs A LHus-y 131 10
69 JoNiph Reubens 210 20
6 Alex Imlay Jr 140
61 Leonard Walker 178 3D
( 5 I) Ilowen 101
0-SI)als 170 4Q
6T GGThpma Ifil m
fla-JHarJfng g M
CO WllUIaok... 5J55J
78 U Simmons ;
80 John Darby
82 WH Rrown
83 WH Tnto
84 JL Cook
85 Geo IIowo
80 L P Aldrich
87 II Weppor...
88 C W Olaggett
8i)c F Talcott
DO-J F Richards
01 J W Elmer
02 HL Eberhard
05 UII Davis
07 R E McGowan
08 W II Sherman
100 J F Short
102 W A Mumper
103 A E Austin
104 II T Hayes
lOo Jos. Chamues
10ft Mrs Llnnie Fabcr
107 Joseph Winters
I0fl-a G Wilson
110 -Jacob Armstrong
HI HA Hartley
113 FM Miller '
113 George II Nichols
Ill L Maulding
115 Mrs. Lena Moorohouso.
110 W II Adair
117-JS Myers '.
118 JennloM Dutton
119 V A Manning
ISO .Tames Monroe
121 TL Ijiwboii
123 J M Hollingsworth
. 39 10
Went Through a Culvert.
Fireman Killed and Twenty
MisMlaneous News Prom Various Sec
tions of tho Country.
Total $22,015 90
About Fusion of Populists and
llv Aaaoelnttit l'rtia to tlir Jnnrnal.
TKHtiiiitAVTi:, Ind. July 7. Mortimer
Rankin, chairman of tho Populist no
tional central committee, has been inter
viewed in regard to whether Populists
would form a fusion with Democrats Mr
tho coming campaign. j
Mr. Rankin said they wotdd not. Pop
ulists will preparo their own platform
and nominate their own candidates.
Ho said that if Democrats iiiiht tho
policy of tho administration in holding
tho Philippines until a suitable govern,
ment has been formed they will flfid
themselves snowed under farworso than
Mr AnKoclnteil Ire to (lie Jonrnnl.
I. 1 vu .u r.T. r..i.. - I."!... m'.ii
nn.iD.n viiituuij 1, i-iu-mmi nun-
tv. of St. .lt)tH)ih. was kllliHl and twonlv
nsfengers slightly lujuml in a wreck
on tho llurliugton near WnUlron, Mo.
htot nluht, while tho northbound train
was going through a culvert.
A cloud hurst wushed out a plevo of
track and the water roue throw foot on
level. Tho mall car turned over and
was washed twenty feet from track and
tho baggngo ear was overthrown ami car
ried thirty feet from track.
Tho first coach was thrown on its side
and a sleeper was also overturned.
Wollty jumped to save himself. His
Inxly was thrown against tho floor of tho
overturned man car. ino engineer re
mained on his sent and was uninjured.
Hknu'V-on-Tiiamks, July 7. Howell,
tho American oarsman of Trinlta Hall,
Cambridge, lout Llaokstaffo of tho
Vesta rowing club in tho final heat for
Wasiiinhton, July 7. A flro and ox
nlosinn in tho residence ofCapt. Dickons
rutted Slates Navy this morning re
sulted in thu death of Mrs. Dickens,
Other 1 KM-sons nlwut tho house wero ser
iously but not dangerously wounded.
Los Anoki.ks, Cut., Julv 7. The first
big rush of Kastein visitors to attend
tho national educational convention be
gan today. Prominent educators from
all over the country are beginning to
Prepare to Entertain Editors. ,'
Thoso who talk and work must oat.
You will find the food you need at tho
Are Being Awarded by Items Instead of
Lump Sums as Formerly.
The state asylum board has been
working two days awarding tho furnish
ing of supplies for tho next six mouths.
The awards are being mado item by
item to tho lowest bidder, instead of
being luuied together as heretofore,
groceries to one man, dry goods to
The groceries are divided iHttween
Harritt A Lawrence, Welter Pros., of
Salem, and Wadhams & Co., Portland,
tho first named getting tho lions share.
Tho dry goods are to ho supplied by
Flelschner A Mayer and Motor v Frank
Portland, about evenly divided.
Meier A Frank also get tho clothing
Harritt &. Lawrence get tho whole
TUB WAY TIIK 1TKM8 BUN.
Weller Pros 25 dozen Injst brooms,
$90; 5 dozen dust brushes. 142.(15; 2
dozen dust brushes, f 25.10; 1 dozen
ostrich feathor brushes, $12.05; 4 dozen
whisk brooms, $2.75; 2 dozen mill
brooms, 3.20 ; 2 dozen scrub brushes,
$3.55; 2 dozen shoe brushes, fft.55; 2
dozen leathor brushes, $5; 1 doon
hnruo brushos, $3.05.
Ilarr ett & Lawrence I dozen potato
brusuus 80c; 2 dozen hair brushes, $7.60;
1498 X. T. C. 1(1 oz. tobacco, f 114.70;
15,000 lbs, gran. sugarOjc $5.27; 20,000
lbs. Ex. C Micar, 0'$ 4.091,.
Geo. E. Waters 800 lbs O K Durham
Oregon City Wooluu Mills 160 pairs
scarlet blankets, all wool, 8 lb, $1.35.
Kay Woolen Mills, 50 pairs same, $4.35;
WW yards tweod., 87 cents; 500 yards
chocked flannel 0 oz 18 cents.
Tho stationary was divldod Iwtwcuu
Pattou Pros., J. K. GUI Co. and F. H.
Dcarlwrn about ooually.
It. M. Wodo A Co.'s bid 011 hardware
was accented at f 125.9.').
Gray llros., tin, graufto and ironware
$167.30; also tlnniiiK at $173.97.
I). J. Fry. as the only biddor on
driigs, gets tho entire award.
Krausse Pros are the only competitors
for shoos and their prices were satis
factory to the board.
Weller Pros supply all the coffee as
follews: 0000 lbs Costa RIoo, $511.20;
450 lbs Java, $07.05; 300 lbs Modiu,
$51.45; 1200 lbs ehleorv, $43.80.
No tens wereadvertlsl for.
Johnson A ridllips, 40 bbls graham, at
2.13 ; 60 tons bran or shorts $10 jr
ton : f 15 for short.
Tlieru are too many awards of small
Items to give all in full.
Cases NotYfcrSettledAnd May
Ilr Aiaoelnfri) I'rraa tu the Jonrnnl.
Wai.uck, Iilu.,;July 7. This morning
tho defense in tho Corcoran case filed a
motion for tho continuance of thu -aso
until thu next term, alleging 'that under
martial law a fair trial could not lm so
cured, that jurors summoned to try Cor
coran wero biased against Corcoran etc
The judgo denied the motion for the
continuance. Defense then filed a formal
challenge to tho panel summoned by
Sutherland. 011 account of bias on the
part of Elisor. Tho court denied tho
Keddy asked for an exception, asking
to cull Sutherland to thu stand to prove
his ground for a challenge ami tho court
allowed Sutherland to bo called,
On account of repairs in hall, there
will Ihj no meeting of Silver Poll Circle
this Friday evening July 7,
Team drill, for installation, next
Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock All
ofllcors nndmomlH'rs are requested to bo
Iia Lavdov, G. X.
Lyiiia Lkaiio, Clerk,
Ease for Eyes,
Is found In our eyeglasog. Note the
distressing sitoctacleofthe man at the
top of our illustration. Is he trying to
put ills eyes In the paier f 1 lie organs
of vision are extrciuelly delicate. Xoed
We'll examine your orbs without
charge. Don't let your eyesight be
comes poor from neglect. We ha v ex
cellent eyeglasws for $1.60.
BARRS JEWELRY STORE,
318 STATU BTRDBT.
SAN FRANCISCO EXCURSION
Only S17.S0 for tlxc Round Trip,
Plenty of time to see everything.
AN IDEAL SUMMER OUTING.
Leave Salem August 3d.
Side trips to Alt.. Hamilton, Tumalapjas, Berkley, Palo Alto
auu- variuu. pinco ui iiucroi. rui uciaucu iiiuuiiaiiuu unu
tickets, enquire of W, V. SKINNER, or H. D. PATTON, Salem,
or On. C. V. BARR, .Manager, Lebanon, Ore,
FINE FOR BUYING WARRANTS.
The Law Being Enforced By Reyenue Of
ficials. Considerable interest has grown out
of tho subject of tho license too being
chnrged brokers under tho now war rev
enue law. It seems that inanv have
been purchasing city and county war
rants in Salem for years past, and
when tho new revenue law wont into
effect failed to observe it. Thus they
luiiuntiuiv violated a law 01 inn ironnr.
al government for n short time and sev
eral sucit navo since taken out reouired
orokors' licenses while many have quit
Now private parties buying county or
city warrants without a broker's license
are ltablo to nrrost and a flno under the
war tax revouuo law. A broker must
pay a license ot J.W a year, and tho law
construes "all" to Ih brokers who "ne
gotiate purchases or sales for themselves
With this Information at hand all per
sons should tako warning and protect
themselves in this matter.
It is reported that several detectives
or agentfl of the government are now in
tho towns of tho valley slotting per
sons engaged In illicit purchases of this
DaVA 1 . BAKING
Makes the food more delicious and vrholcionu
otm, iAwa wnnw co., nn yokk.
To Reccivo the Home Coming Ytlm
teers in Proper Manner.
A Monument Committee May Be An
nounced Later By the General
A special meeting of the brotherhood
of puorliunKors, painters and decorators
has boon culled for next Monday even
ing, July 10. All members are requested
to attend as urgent business ts to come
before tho tho meeting,
Ry order of tho committee. 7-7-21
Tho Salem Military band will give a
street band concert tonight at corner
Commercial and Choinokctu at 7:45.
Some now pieces will bo introduced.
Thousands of People Will Suf
fer Unless Aided.
Ilr Ananelitlril I'rraa to (lip Jonrnnl.
St. Louis, July 7. A Tost Dispatch
special from Dallas says the Ilrazos
river has fallen 8 Inches during past 21
hours and while the highest estimates of
tho loss of life may bo somewhat
exaggregated, number Is largo and can
not 1k definitely known for several days.
Ilellof measures uro now under way but
still hundreds of people are in a perilous
lliciiMosn, Texas, July 7. Iluslness
has practically been suspended and
many plantations are under water. Pro
visions nro running low and unless some
are received soon there will lw suffering
In a few days. Thero will bo from live
to seven thousand people to fowl In tills
place within u week,
('ai.viisto.v, July 7. A special to the
'lrlbune from Duke says: "Tho Hood
situation is more grave today. Tho life
savors from Galveston, brought in sixty
eight refugees last night. Four deaths
from drowning nro reported near hero.
Kt. Louis, July 7. A Tost Dispatch
special from Austin, toxas, srys:
Governor Hayers tislay received u
moisago fromJKoaloy saylnjr that 10,000
jKirsous (who had taken refugo 011 a
mound throe miles below thorn nro
slowly perishing for wont of food. To
add to the horror the unfortunates are
surrounded by isilsonous reptiles and
In forming the committees Mr. (latch
named one citizen from each of tho
neighboring towns to nmko arrangements
in their respective localities.
Guard of Honor All Union, Confed
erato and Indian war veterans.
Ileceptton committee Mayor C I
Hishop, W 1 Lord, 7. V Mondv, J II
Fletcher, I' II D'Arcy, J M Wallace,
John G Wright, W W Skinner, J O Wil'
son, Geo Williams, J J Murphy, G W
Gray, W M Itamsoy. Chief Justice Wot
verton, Justice It S Ileau, Justice V A
Moore, A Hush, Werner Hreymau, Chas
Claggott, F I Dunbar, J II Aekerman, O
8 Moore. W H Odell, I) A Palno. J D
U'o; M Morwin, Independence; McKin
ley Aiitciiell, Uervals: V I. round,
iii.uiii... i n 'n. ....... u '!'........ t..i...
Steluer. Jefferson ; J A Hunt, Clymer:
Jason Dowd, Woodburn; Judgo K I
jioiso, .iiuigotf r Terrell, WH Hobson,
M W Hunt, K J Hendricks, N J Judith,
I I, Patterson, Rev W E Copoliind, Hev
John Parsons. Hev W V Kantnur, Hev
W A Daly, J N Smith, J A Hicliardson,
Col A II (1 fills, W It Holmes; S II Enktn,
Program committee E P McCorn
ack. W C Ituwloy, Jefferson Myera, Mrs
A N Hush, Mrs Geo G Hiughum, Mrs
hlvalil'rnwn, Miss Carrie Uradshaw,
Flnanco committee. F T Wright
man, J Q llarnes. W G Westacott, II
G Snnuomauu, II G Meyer, Fred Steus
loff, Milton Meyers.
Hampiet coinmlttoo Mesdiunes A X
Gilbert, - F .Moodv, Lizzie Smith, Hob
ert Crossan, E C Cross, It E Wands, 8
11 Ormsby, James Harrington. Ida I1
Habcock, Tlieodoslu Fairbanks, 8 L Hay
don. Thomas Ilolmau. Frank KoIIol-i?
and Miss Mary Chadwick.
Iransportatlou coinmlttoo Goo G
lllnuham, C D Gabrielsou. F 11 Anson.
Guy Powers, M P Haldwln, Ed N Edes.
oung Men's committee I) C Mlnto,
l-rank Durbln, HalPatton.J 0 John
son, Jr., Joseph Fontaine, Jr., Joseph
Hauingartner, John W. Cochran, Ed. L.
linker, John Van Wagner, Thou. Hoy
Holds, Jr.. Antoiie Metsclutii, Jesse
U'gg, Will Evans, Myer Hlrsch, O I.
Music Committee. Lmi Wain, Mrs.
Frank Willimin, Mrs. Ilallle Purrish
Hinges. Francesco Soloy, 'A. M. Parvln,
MInh Gladys Ilyrne, Miss Ixma Hrey
mau, Miss Nellie Soutliwick, Mrs. J. II.
MrNury, W. T. Williamson, I'rwl.
Decoration Committee. Miss Klttlo
Harbord.Mrs. E. II. Flaug, L. D. Huiiry,
F. L. Wllliniin, John Knight, Mrs. K.
C, Hitiluy, MIsh Callsta Jlistre, F. F.
Post, G. G. Gans, Mrs. Tlios. Kay, jr.,
Mrs. A. O. Condlt, Mrs. O. D. Ilutton,
Mrs. E. M. Itfore, Mrs, J. D. Suther
land, Mrs. L, II. Hoss, Mrs. Sarah
Foncs, Miss Sourl Jolinson, Lot L.
Pearce, F. K. Tvell, F. 0. Perrtne.
Gun Powder Committee Ik-n P Tay.
mSw PWSfd' Gco,K Hn,ch Art,r
Glover, W P Stcgmuiul.
GonoralComiriltee--TO Smith. Geo
II Hurnctt, Geo Y J?avl9, Josepii Al-
Mrs tt I Hyars. Mrs W P Lord, W 1
Gray, Homer Holland, 8 L Harden.
Eugene Willis, WW lall. Harr C
laml, G S tol z, G p Litchfield, Valtcr
yon,i M M,CiNar-' J n TTuthlll, Earl
Haco, 8 Thompson.
Mr. (latch will annoimeo a monument
Thursday afternoon a merry jiarty ot
young people nurabcrlng about thirty,
live, met at tho residence of Mrs. J. F.
Miller and at A o'clock alt mounted
their bicycles and made the two mlUw
ride out to tho commodious country
homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Colewa,
to pay tliolr rospecU to Miss Alice Cote
man, who made a charming little
hostess. Gamos Were played on the
lawn, where refreshments were also
served and after A hours of pleasure all
returned homo, voting the affair one of
tho pleasant evonts of the soason.
Chaperoned by 'Mrs. William Urown
and Mrs. Pierce II. Dawson, tho follow
inu young eop!o mado up tho party:
Misses ltuth and Janet Gray, Mabel
llobertson, Huth Gatch. Iluth Letnla.
Gertrude Gray, Ixjua Clark, Chrlssa
Clark, Alice King, Margaret Dawson,
Viola Heed, Alma Ilatzburg. Edith
Dragor. Gcnoviovo Potter, Clair Chad
wick, draco Carter and Ethel Hepburn.
Masters Clifford Brown, Fred Irwin,
George Harr, Howard Catlin, Elmer
Paine, Harold Hellwood, Ed. MeU'han,
Vnn Sutherland, Wallace lUddcl!, Soy
tnour Skiff, Hoy Hailoy, Norman Mog
nan, Douglas Potter nnd Curtis Coleman.
The Pioneer Limited,
Is the name of tho only perfect trail)
in tlio world, now running every night,
Iwtweon St. Paul and Chicago vfa tho
Chicago, Wilwaukco A Bt. Paul Hall
way tho nlonecr road of tho West In
adopting nil Improved faciltios for thu
safety and enjoyment of paisengors, An
Illustrated pamphlet, showing views of
beautiful scenery along tho routo of tho
Pioneer Limited, will bo eont free to any
person upon recolpt of two-cent postage,
stamp. Address Geo. II. Honffonl. Gon-'
oral Passenger Agent, Chicago, 111.
Chicago, July 7. Soptembci Taj,
Cash 3 rod 74.
Q.u I.'.. . . ... T..1.. n fi... 1 in 'AJ
war iiunnau, n wft (. uuil i.ivi.
Cigars and To-bacce.
Try Our Ice Crcam.j
154 State t
nos. Meyers & Sons,
Salem's Greatest Store.
of wiun ro
copy of tho
trimmed; constructed to ulvuniuont
S graceful olTcot; sles, 18 to 30; a spleu
uUi abie; vrlce
jb And our 60eent W. II, Summer Cor
set is ixiual to any 7ft cent eorwot- I and
Tt hooks, iKirfoot fitting.
1 A PlainCrash
That Is Iwlng wjld at h eonts every
jilace offered spooliil Monday and Tihm.
4th of July
I T SUMMER '
5c to 85c
From date of
In exclusive designs at special sttmc
tlvo prices, seo ourcoriier window.
Kx suited Tuwwtay. The kind you'va
Imhiii waiting for
15 and 25c
Plain balhriggau, Honeyeonib, and
Bilk ilui.ih balbrlggnns In all sites.
Pine derby rlbWd In Ditto mixture, an
ideal summer garment.
Plain and Fancy hose In all 1 P
fcaitoit in men's gools,
10c to 75c "
The unslirinkablo uuchaiigwtWifcM
perfiet in every detail.
25c to 50c
278 -280 Commercial St. The Old White Corw,