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nTwr rtri rjifc ji'iiywi
all go at v .
Until closed out, All other goods at a
big discount until August 20th, when
our New Fall Stoc will begin to arrve,
Take advantage o our bigsale Our
reputation for bargain giving is well
JOURNAL "X RAYM.''
The prosperity waves arc not running
eo high but that a large nnmlxir o( peo
ple continue to study the arithmetical
problem involved in the difference be
tween a 15 cent lunch counter meal and
a CO cent hotel dinner.
A bnKiball game at Tillamook recently
resulted in the following scere: City
eouncilmen, 02; county officials, CI.
Darkness prevented the making of a
The painters have given Lincoln
school house a new coat, and the janitor
has removed from the grounds their
Our Coqtiiilc Creamery distributed
flftOO among its patrons and employes,
Tuesday of laat week. Tho patrons re
ceived pay for their June supply at the
rate of 18)$ cents per jtound for butter
fat. The butter yiold was nearly 27,003
ounds exceeding any former month.
comes from a sweet stomach, pure
blood, strong nerves and hearty health.
The surest way to acquire these Is by
an honest use of this ramous medicine
Hostetter's btoaiach Bitters. For
fifty years it lias never failed to cure
stomach disorders, beginning with
coustlDatlon and endinu with kidney
or liver trouble. See that a Fmvath
Revenite Stamp coy-era ttie neck of
Got what Hnetrttrr'q
You usk for. nosxeuer S
Take no Stomach
of more importance to Oregon than
Development of the above
All Summer Stuffs Reduced
Those elegant Imported French Organdies in
dainty patterns, sold all season for 25c the yard,
we offer to close at
19c the yard
Dimities, lawns, crashes, etc. at greatly reduced
Regular $1 fine alpaca in brown and blues re
Regular 65c values reduced to
It will pay you to buy for next
season at such
JJ. DALRYMPLE & COMPANY
PERSONAL AND LOCAL,
Is one of the pleasures of a summers
outing, don't neglect your eyes when
you nro iKinofillng yourself otherwise. A
good pair of Hinoku glass will mivo
ninny a frown ami hoadtu-ho. I carry a
comploto line from 15c to 1 1.00.
visitors attention Ih cellod to the
liuit that I have tho latest and tip-to-date
luHtrumuntnaiu! appliance for tout
ing eyes, for which I charge nothing.
All gluwtm warranted.
Forecast for Wednesday night and
Thursday occasional rain. Tho shower
began to fall curly Wednesday morning
nud lmokcpt It up all day. Thi rain
IhcooI and Unlit In volunin.
The Daily Journal has
more subscribers in Salem,
and. paid-up ones at that,
than any other newspaper.
Ice Not Oiven Away.
I imnnot afford to give ivonway, but
am billing a pure artialo at a price that
U within thu roach of all,
OUVHTAL I IK W'OHK'H.
J. Mttgitirc, Prop, ft 16 tf
K linger A Bcck.Succcssoit to SouthBalem
All ordura for bottled beer will Ihi tilled
at Oio brewery. Kept on cold storage.
Pru olty delivery. Telephone 2131.
Ice Very Nearly Oiven Away,
We can glvo Ico away, to convince you
come and too how lilg a ohuuk you uot
for little money. Our Ico U uianufao
ture from pure distilled water.
Capitol Ico Works,
0 23tf KUMJBIt & llHOIC.
Judge JamcH It.itcliulor wont to
laud tliiH morning.
.Air. and Mrs. Ed. Hiilllviin loft
tholr homo at Noworl today.
.MrH. Julia Zupuusky wax a passenger
to Portland this morning.
Mrs. J. F. Rugga wont to Tiirnur today
for a vIhII to Mm. W. M. .MathiiiH.
Ex-Uov. Win. P. Um rotumud today
from his summer cottage at Hool Bocks.
Mrs. Lena HtiiiHon, lady assistant in
tho Ilolumn undertaking parlors, otuno
up today from Portland.
State lllndur, (ioo. lingers, wont over
today to cheer up his family who aro
summer resorting in inu moist ocean
Mrn, Quo. C. Motiror and win luivu
gouu to Albany to llvu a fow mouths
whllo.Mr. Mouror has a job finishing
MIsh Julia Raymond Iiuh gouo to Im
the truest of A. It. Itnvimmil.liur limtlmr.
at his niuuh on Pern Iti tyo above Mo
liiuiiu. Mw. C. Jory and sons, ami Miss Com
Lllllo, arrlvod from Fox Vnllov
Monday and aro tailing friends anil
rolnthus in Suluin.
MIhh Minolta Magors, nuo of two ap
plicant for Htato certificated at thu re
ctut teachers examination, ln(t totluy
for an outing at Nnvort.
Ed. llurrou wont to Hugunu todav to
look ortlu hojt tilttmtlon in l.auo
county. IIo wanatScio ytwturday and
roK)rU Imp frtui from lice, hut not morn
than half a crop.
AlfriKl Piatt rocohod a C'yclono
iiirusiiur huh suir oiigiuu Kxiuy, ami will
lwgin thrtMihlug in the kitato ltuform
'hoil iii'ighlKirlHMMl. Mrs. Piatt ami
Mm. llraumng will run tho uook wagon.
Mr. and Mr. N.J. Damon and Mr.
and Mrn. Frml Wlggliw ruliiriuid today
I nun tho AlimU trip. Tin- outlro jntrtv
wan laudml mUAy at Souttlu. Mr. and
MrH. Park art not uxpeett! until .Situr
lay. Mrs. A. Hrvln, of (.lartiwld Waih., and
Mm. W. Krvlu of Murray, Idalw, who
have Ihhmi BdtMU of Mm. VVni.Ariiwtmiig,
Sr , and Mre. Waltor Pugh, for a fw
wtwkH, ltift for th WatorliM Soda
Mm. J. J. !tid, of Portlaiwl, who
with hur (riMid M. U. W. Urn and
llttk mm llinwiv. of Colfax, IttiH bvon
vUitiue at Uih ltmnyuy Itomu In IJoIh.
HiHiHt (li0 day with ShImiii friwntU, ami
all Ihhvu for lWtlaud on tlia morning
aoquinition of tho Philippines.
"How do you intend to voto at tho
noxt election?'' asked a Salt Lake citi-
"I dnnno yet," answered the neigh
bor, who wan hanging placidly on the
front gate. "My wives aro in tnc parlors
holding a caucus now. Kx.
Frank McDaniel has been hold by the
grand jury at Portland for the murder
of Clara Fitch. An interesting feature
in the defense, it is said, will bo to
prove that Clara wan killed by her hiyli
neck collar choking her to -death.
If this point cou nt a high neck collars
will go out of fashion.
To settle all controversies, this paper
Is not the organ of the Four Hundred
bosces. It would rather represent the
Interests of one farmer with red clay on
his loot8 who makes an honest living.
The Angola, Ind., Magnet, gave Hose
burg the following blacKoye;
Our train halted at Hoseburg, 108
milea from Portland for supier. The
state soldiers' homo is located there,
but our impression was that Iloscburg
ih a bum town, sadly lacking in public
siiirit. Instead of making a discount on
too price of meals for the excursionists
the liotols charged tho Portland enter
tainment committee full rates, oOconta
for each meal furnished tiie excursion
iste. And the Itosoburg Hoview prints it
with a groat deal of satisfaction.
F.x-Sheriff Knight is raising another
mammoth crop of Ueavor d n big
onions aH large as saucers. No trouble
for him to raise 700 bushels to tho acre.
Tho trouble is to keep some sharp com
mission linn or transportation company
from getting the proceeds of the whole
('oiigrwwman Tongue sounded tho cor
rect koy-uoto to tho situation of affairs
today, whoii ho said in his remarks Sat
urday, that If the lawless element of the
country guts control af our affairs, It Is
too mint oi mo Doner ciassos, as iney
are largely in the majority and aro capa
ble of ruling this country if they will in
sert their power. Republican exchange.
If a largo nundwr of Salem Kcpuhli
caiiH aro to lw lieliovcd a large campaign
liiuil was iihxi tiie last tiinu to secure
Tongue's election. It was too largo to
houostly use J 1 800 at Salem on election
day with tho saloons CI.OSKD. Hut tho
Kicking Miiem itopumicnus deciaro it
was swiped and has not been accounted
for. Mr. 'lougue's managers were too
virtuous to let it get out of their hands.
This is not good weather for threshing,
for cutting grain, for road-building, for
cycling, for putting in the winter's wood
for shingling a house, for piunieing, for
camniug at lkwvur or Slab or any other
orcoK, tor toe lumouaiie or watermelon
Returns to Manon.
Mr. J. A. Hendersltott and Miss Cora
Weaver, both of Marion county, were
united in marriage at the Commercial
House, by County Judge Bird Saturday
ovening, Ang. 12, 1SW. Tho groom is
a son of our old friend, O. W. Honder
shott, and it is hard to tell which is the
proudor of this union father or ton.
The young couple loft for their home at
Stayton, Monday morning. McMinville
The groom is the son of the former
Democratic County Chairman and the
late landlord of the leading hotel of
Newburg, -whore the young man has
boon going to College.
Last evening for the first time this
year a regular meeting of the city council
could not be held for want of a quorum.
Those present were Mayor Bishop, Ile
cordor Judah, Councilmen Griswold,
Iliggs and Walker. Adjournment waB
taken to next Tuesday evening, Aug. 22
Hop-pickers can get all the tin and
granite ware they want the lowest
racket prices, extra deep pie plates for
soup. Tin cup, oil cloth, iron knives
and forks, tin spoons, etc, Wiggins'
Bazaar, .'107 Commercial street.
Horse Hide Gloves
Firo and water proof, warranted abso
lutely, 00c and $. Other gloves 23c up
Splendid values at 30c, -16c, fioc. Straw
hats, cloth helmets, overalls, shirts,
etc., at lowest racket prices. Wiggins',
307 Commercial street.
The Salem Wonder.
A wondorful story mon tell of eating
whore no women dwell; where evory-
tlilng is cooked to a turn ana your food
is served without a burn. Kntaecrn.
door next to Harritt it Lawrence.
2)0 0U ftttOWtbat JWe&man
Is just slaughtering the prices on Clothing,
Getting ready to receive our new lines for fall trade. They will begin to arrive this
month, so you will save big money by purchasing your clothing at Friedman's New Racket.
Large assortment of fine dry goods at racket prices. We are well prepared for harvest trade
with good qualities of overalls, jumpers, gloves, comforters and blankets, overshirts and un
derwear, socks, suspenders, etc.
The Travelling Public.
will find here a large assortment of trunks, valises, telescopes, shawl straps, etc., at lower
prices than at any other store in Salem.
FRIEDMAN'S NEW RflGKET!
Cor Commercial and State streets, Salem, Ore
Who Are Really Well Grown Men Are
Rounded Up By Salem Officers.
Who Show Great Braveiy But Succeed
in Capturing Only One of
trade, and a ureal many
Bargains in Summer Goods.
Needing tho sliulf room for now fall
tnek I olfer summer goods at reduced
price. W. II. Hubson, lft)7 Commer
cial street. 8-HL't
WILLAMETTE HOTEL ARRIVALS
M O Clark and wife, Condon, Or; E J
Thouison, Corvallis; L C Jameson, A
W Hoard, I) II Mackio, Pertland: Jamos
Horring, Geo Howors, Email Zyess, Joe
Smith, Dick Smith, Will Horring, H E
Angel, Mn I'ranriH'o; r. Ulcdilon, UIH
igo;M M Hobbs, G C Itobbs, Los
Vegas, X M; I) E Winsler.Anahlem, Or.
J. A. Shaw, Mill City, II. A. II. Veal,
Allxiny; S. II. Patterson, Klanlath;
Geo. W. Atkin, II. It. Stevens, Seattle;
L.J. Hidings, Maniuam, Or.; Simeon
JonoB.'Woatliorbv, Mo. ; Ixiuis Ilearnard,
San Francisco; 1). J. McCormick, Chi
cago; .Mamie Rogers, Hums, Or.; Edna
h. jiisiiop, .Manchester, Iowa; h. It.
Manning, Portland, Or.
COTTAGE HOTEL AUKVALS.
L Jackson, Jack Carmchiul, E F
Parkhurst, City; E L Thompson. J S
Sharp, Chas II. Dodd, Portland.
Hew to Shock Oram.
An old practical farnmr give this
matltod for kiwplitf out rain. Put down
fmr bundle uptight, thun put four
HMirw hruaUng JoinUi and round up by
putting two or muro on ultlmr Mid.
Pros thttee together wall, ami put tlw
mm on with the hwtd toward the
wind. Tlw Wm huuld bo pril to
gether w i'k4y at the Uip that Uw
wind uaii't got lhMwMn the ImiihIIm ami
iiwketlitHM spmit at tlw but likv a
Our Closing Out Sale
All wuak ilacos In vour svstetn
oloxud against disease by DoWltt's
Llltlu Early Risers. They oleanso the
tMiwels, legulatu the liver, and till you
with now vigor. Small, sure; never
gripe. Stones Drug Stores.
A few caios, bringing the first install
ment of new goods for fall trade have ar
rivedand tomorrow. I will lw pre
pared to show Cotton DlankeU in sev
erol sizes and weights, outing llannel in
different grades and colors, and under
minuets for fall and winter wear of all
sizes and qualities. The public will (hid I
1 carry a well assortcu stock ot staple
and fancy dry goods and of a quality that
will gto tiie buyer satisiactlou. .My
aim is to give my customers value for
tholr money thereby retaining their
uome aim inspect my stock.
W. II . Hoitoox,
21)7 Commercial street.
Htlll continues to Ik tho talk of the town, for tho iwod poon
doing what we advert!, and tlmt we aro m faklN
We still have a full lino of iaes at 9W to 86ot furtMuriy OtV) to f 1.96.
Shoes Both Ladies' Men's and Children
It w ill jwy you to buy of us. No bolter stock In tho otty to pkik from.
From i to loots formerly 8 to 1 ot.
Wo still have good.!M tiCftUT Lrflkeju llnoj. YouruhokoM et&toaawof tltw
From -IJkit to fSM tantm prite GQwia (o (5.
OJIIvLIS BROS.& CO.
FIRST DOOR SOUTH OF POSTOPPICH,
V will aJva up our patterns J-tpUinbsr lBtli,
The stock of second-hand wheels is pretty low.
1 lave taken in an occasional one lately at a very low
price. Here's what we have:
Fowler second-hand S7.
Gendron second-hand JS7.
Cresent second-hand S10.
National second-hand 512.50.
Some snaps in slightly-used wheels. Two boys
wnecis n ami zo men at a uargam.
Dejittty Sheriff Hen Colhath, of Ma
rion county, and Constable Douglas
Minto, of Salem precinct, had a strug
gle last night with two oscapes from the
state reform school. Hlchard Eley was
landed in Jail but Harry Wright got
STOItY OK TIIF. CATCH.
Sheriff Durbin and Deputy Estes were
each at their farms, whore they had to
look after crojw that are in danger from
the rain. The oscape of the two bovs
was telephoned to the sheriff's olllce at
fl o'clock and Deputy Colbath went af
tor the two young mon at tlark, accom
panied by Constable Douglas Minto.
Thoy waited on the Hush bridgo, and
soon sighted the runaways. Colbath
hailed them and both ran away up the
hill toward Stutosnian's barn, Eley
afterwards hiding in an old shed across
from tho Agricultural works, whore liu
was sotted and captured by Sheriff
Colbath. Both had sticks, and Minto
caught up with them first when thoy
showed light. Eley was tho coward of
tiie two and after a slight bluff ran a
way. Wright got in ono blow with his
club and got his knife out, threatening
to cut Minto' heart out. The constable
grappled Wright and downed him. lie
let him upaud it was thonWright struck
him with a club and broke and ran in
the dark. He made his o&caie, and as
Minto was not armed, and Colbath was
covering theothor man at tho old shed,
Wright got away. Wright is 21 and
has been paroled several times. Ho
weighs alwut UK and is very heavily
muscled. Neither of tho men wore
coats and were hard to hold.
Wright is believed to be ovor 21 and
hence has no bushiest) in the reform
school; but his father, to save him
going to tho pen, sworo to his age so
that it would only bring him to about
JO at present, though he is known to be
at least a year older. Tho govornor
cannot offer a reward for him and the
law only allows f 10 for capturing a run
away from tho reform school. It is
likely tho reform school authorities will
eotort themselves to canture Wrieht. as
his resistance to an ollicor would send
him to the pen. He seems to be an im
projer man to be at tho reform school.
Eley was seen by a roportor tlus
morning and says that thoy had planned
to walk to Ilrooks and there catch tho
freight train for Portland. Thoir
fcchomo was knocked in the head by the
poarauco of theolllcorb.
Why Insure in the New York Life?
Because- -Your Insurnce is not u Luxury nor an Expense without tang
ble return, but an investment of u small sum each year to mature
10, 15 or 20 years hence if you live.
Olllce with Salem Land Onice.
HOMER JJ. SMITH, Special Agent,
Hay, Grain, Mill Feed
Flour, Salt, etc.
01 Court st.
Give us a call,
Brewster & White
For Your Dinner I W O O ID
Frosh meats for broil or roast
Corned beef Its quality we boast.
Cooked meats, boned ready to slice,
All whon served will prove nice.
If you prefor cooked moat
And wish to avoid tho heat,
Have sont to your home
Sausaue or ham without bone.
The Palace Market.
MOVEK & CO.
Phone 2021. State street
Lay in your winters supply now
while cheap. Second growth fir cut
from large trees $2.25 per cord, also
largo fir, ash and pole oak.
D. S. Hestlky & Co.,
Phono 30. 310 Front cor. Cheuioketa.
ready to pro-
When we advertise a line of roods
we mean every word of it, and we are
duce the roods.
When we speak of our prices being low we mean
every word of it. We believe we know rood values.
We believe there's not a thing in our store but has
been bought, at the lowest price obtainable.
We know that no one can sell goods on a closer mar
gin of protit, and stay in business.
Hamilton' Brown shoes.
Rice & Hutchins shoes
Harvest gloves, overalls, harvest hats, suspenders,
underwear, notions, and a big line of oil cloth, tinware
and everything for the kitchen. "
Straw and canvas telescopes of all grades and
20 P?p cenl. cm
on summer shoes, summer hats, belts, etc.
lote of them at right prices.
WIGGINS, 307 Commercial st.
A t uprise Pai.y.
Last Saturday ovening a supriso was
given at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Yak
My, sovoral miles north of Salem, in
honor of Honry Zollur, son of.Mrs. Yak
ley, who was numbered among the
members of Company K, of tho brave
Oregon Volunteers. Tho evening was
very pleasantly siwnt in games and
other aimixouieiite and social inter
course. At midnight a delicious lunch
was served, consisting of .sand
wiches, cake, iovcram und lemonade.
Those who imrticipated in the affair
were: Mr. and Mrs. Yakley, Mr. and
Mrs. F. L. South, Mrs. M. C. Orierson, !
Mies) Allie White, Edna Knight,
Florence and May Grionson, Anna
l)ais, EtHe and Bertha Blair,
Eitle and Mary Beardsloy, Dora
Colas, Una ami Marie Matthea, Minnie
liorsline, Grace .ami Annie Jones, Pearl
Jones, Frances Delm, Frances Zielinski,
and Lydia Yakley; Messrs. Arthur
Girod (also of the same coinjiany and
regiment) Henry Zollar, C. W. Clait
tlehl, Grank 0. Harold, J. L. Jacobs.
Frank Grior&on, Charles Yakley, Oscar
Bair, Alex. Harold. Guy C. Ixjoney,
Bert W. Leoney, Herbert White, John
Matthea, Walter Pearmine, W. A.
Jones, N. Ganard, William Gorsliae.
Oharlee Beokner, James W. Wirth,
George Beokner. K. W. Giub, M. A.
Gibb, Joseph Petwil, Bobert Detra,
Isaao Warden, Walter ami Arthur
Beanlsley, Hobert TWnswwd. Albert
PuUal, Mathku Hermle, Frank D4m
ami Bay Soath.
CONFLAGATION AT MITCHELL.
The Lower Half of Town Goes Up in I
PomII Journal AugiM 11.
"Last Friday afternoon about I o'clock
a small stable in what was formerly
known as the "lower town" of Mitehe II
was discovered to bo on Are, and in a
remarkably short time tho lire spread
all over tho lower town, and practically
made a clean sweep of it, leaving only
three out of alwut twenty buildings, one
of the buildings saved being tho city
jail. Tho upper half of town, across tho
creek, was only saved through tho wind
changing just before I lire reached the
creek that cuts tho town in two. Most
of tho household furniture was saved by
throwing it into tho creek.
"A rough estimate of tho loss pla cos
it nt $26,000, partly covorod by insur
ance. Tho heaviost losers Jaro George
Waro, who lost a largo new hotel and
barn, and A. It. Campbell, who reeontly
bought out tho large adoon and litjuor
stock formerly owned by Hon. It. E.
.'iiauui. .nullum uiuimsiuosti liUIKlings
destroyed besides them wore a black
smith shop owned by Marshall Vander
vert, a grocery owned by , a restaur
ant occupied by Jesse Minor, and tho
A. O. V. W. and I. 0. 0. F. halls. A
majority of the buildings wore residences
whoso occupants, we wore informnd.
have found shelter in other houses in
the town of Mitchell.
"Threo hogs wore burned, also a
wagon and cord of won! on it loft in tho
street by a toamstor while he was eating
"The bucket brigade did its best with
water and blankets, but without avail,
as far as tho lower town was eoncorned.
Howevor, it is believed the bucket
brigade was one of tho cautos that nro-
vented tho fire from reaching the 'upper
"The people of Mitchell are outer
prising citizens, and wo understand
they aro to commence rebulldlm? tin.
burnt district at once.
"Mitchell is the second largest town
iu Wheeler county, and Is situated on
Bridge creek, about 40 miles southeast
of Fossil, the county seat."
5 1 oo.
The German Market
Will be found all kinds of meat
and tho best of sausage. FHEE
DELIVERY. All bills due the
late firm of Wolt A Mlestke
must be paid.
OJOL2: Sl son
171 Commercial St.
Premium on Wat rants.
Any ixirtle having Marion or J'ollc county
warrant to cllioo of, will do well Iu rail a
tlieollkoorKuk'i'uo llroyiiian, 270 I'ommerflit
trm Willi JloiK) & llnrlccr. I will alluw a
jiretuimn on an alien properly endorsed wr
at c ami 7
s 13 tiv Sin
rnnls. Monnv tn Iruin
vt on improved (artni,
YlilU Corner H lork.
nor cent Inttr-
After the Fire
To enable me to clean up and
make repairs, I must dispoeof
Water and Smoke.
Men's Shoes, Boys' Shoos, Ladlci
Shoos at your own price. Come
and inspect the stock and secure
03 STATU STRErTr.
Ih SOME SNAPS IN SLIGHTLY USED WHEELS.
A Child Enjoys
The pleasant Uavor, gentle action, and
soothing effect or Syrup ol Pigs, when
Ih Med or a laxative, and If the father
or mother be eostlve or bilious, the
most gratifying results follow il.s use;
so that It Is the best family remedy
known and eyery family nIhkmI have a
iMttue. Aiauuiaeiurwi oy ttie Call
H (forma Fig Syrup Co.
me readers or this paper will be
pleased to learn that them int. imm
one dreaded dlsoase that science has
been able to cure In all IU stages and
that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
Is the only positive cure now known
to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutional di&oase, re
quires a constitutional treatment.
HalPs Catarrh Cure is taken Inter
nally, acting directly upon tho blood
and mucous surfaces of the system,
t horoby destroying the foundation of
tho disease, and giving tho patient
strength by bulldlcg up u,0 constitu
tlou aud alining nature In dolni; Its
work. The proprietors havo so much
faith In IU curative powers, that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for any
case that It falls 10 cure, b'end for
list of Testimonials,
AUUreoS, F. J. CHB.VBY.& Co, To- J
Sold by Druggists. 76c
Hall's Family Tills are the host.
MARION COUNTY MATTERS
Business Being Transacted at the Court
Therwport of J. P. Anderson, John
Oarfi awl mHjamlH HodpoH, appraU
rs f Ue eetate of Kleward Msichols,
dwteaafcl, kas been Died, showing pro
jwrty valued at 6,(HI.).
Alke T. Davto ami George W. IMvis
to William Rigkr, W acres ia swUmw S
and 9, t S, r 8 wwt H.S60.
Have You Caught On i
To tW fan that tU Mt vieUttm in
the city arr mad at Um 1u Studio.)
Handsome Floral Decorations
in the most delicate colors, and on our
dinner SHJta, chop liMhee, wdad U,
aud wo havo in the most bewildering
variety, and on china of the latect de
signs and pettisli shapes. Our st'nk of
fine china, glasswvre, lamps, and ion
tains eery tiling that is unujue and
fine. Our prifea this week are markeI
down to bed-rock.
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