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". a r- -M-, , Ladies' Heavy Jersey Ribbed Grey Underwear. Men's double-breasted extra heavy natural W .oiY : & Ladies' All-WoolGrey Vests, Regular Price $5. This Week $8 75Per Suit Worth $1.25. This Week 750 1 Lot LadieS', Misses' and Children's Hose, ih cotton Ladies' All-Wool Jersey Ribbed Underwear, in Scarlet land wool, fast black and colors, and Black. Worth $1.75. This Week $1.25 Regular Price from 35.io 50c Per Pair. Ladies' Medicated Scarlet Underwear, This week at the uniform price of 250 Worth $1.50. This Week $1 Large Line of the Celebrated Barney & Berry Skates Men's Random Mixed All-Wool Underwear, At Bedrock Prices. Worth $2. This Week $1 Per Suit . Boys' Round Spring Runner Skates of the best -make4 Men's Heavy Fleece Lined Underwear, in Grey only, Worth $3.50. This Week $2.50 Per Suit Special Prices on Crockery and Glassware. Men's Camel's Hair Underwear, Splendid Goods, Foster Kid Gloves in Blacks, Tans and Slates, only $1.25. Usually Sold at $4. This Week $2.75 Per Suit Every Pair Warranted. SOL. GENZBERO-ER & CO., ITH BE H IME 5 NORTHE MAIN STREET. li1 Iii BARREL WORKS BUltNED. Half a Million Lost by the Standard 0 i Company. BAYONNE, N. J., Jan. 1.-The great bar rel works of the Standard Oil company at Constable Rock, burned down. The fire started at 9:30 last night in the heading room of the barrel works. The Bayonne fire department quickly responded to th alarm sent in. Over 5~0 men, including the police and firemen, were fighting the flames, but they soon found out they could not control them until the entire plant and an immense amount of lumber around it had been destroyed. Next to the barrel fac tory were the chemical works, which were saved after hard work. The building was tilled with barrels, both finished and unfin ished, the structure being 350 feet long, 200 feet wide and three stories high. There were great piles of cut lumber ready to be converted into barrels. The machinery in the burned building was valued at over $200,000. The officers of the company esti mate the entire loss at $500,000. The com pany carries its own insurance. Endowed Hospital and College. jSA FRANcisoo, Jan. 1.-A deed of trust and the will of the late Mrs. Catherine Gar celon. of Oakland, who died last week from bronchitis, was made public to-day. The deceased was the only sister of the late Dr. Samuel Merritt. a prominent resident of Oakland, from whom she inherited an es tate estimated at $3.000,000. She was born at Harpsvill, Me., Aug. 9th, 1814, and mar ried Garcelon at the age of 19. Her hus band died in 1877. The widow having no children, left as heir two nephews, Freder ick and James Merritt. The will makes a number of bequeaths to seventy perasons, mostly relatives in Maine, the residue of the estate is to constitute trust funds to on dow a hospital at Oakland, and to endow Bowdoin college, Maine. It is estimated that the hoslital will receive $600,000, and the college $400.000. The will states that deceased considers her nephews amply pro vided for in that they received something like half a million dollars, not to contest the will of Dr. Merritt, which gave the bulk of the estate to her. The Irregular Secretary. LANSr.N, Mich., Jan. 1.-The committee appointed to investigate the conduct of ex Seoretary of State Soper, made an exhaust ive report this morning, finding that Soper distributed, contrary to law, 912 volumes, costing the state $1,613. tie made pur chases to the amount of $921, all of which was declared unnecessary and extravagant, and there is practically no evidence show ing that he profited personally by these pureases or received any money for the dis tribution of the Looks. 'There were but few lettrs found showing that state funds had been missappropriated. The commit tee says the amount of the inisappropria tion can never be determined. A demand upon Rowley for $500 was in fact made, but no examination was made as to whether it was the result of an agree ment or not. It is said there is nothing in the result of the investigation upon which to base probable successful criminal prose cution. Excursion Rates to California. On the 15th of each month the Northern Pacifis railroad will sell round trip tickets to California points as follows: Helena to San Francisco and return, going via Portland and returning same way, $75. To Ban Franoisco, going via Portland and returning via Ogden and bilveor Bow, $90. To Los Angeles, going and returning via Portland, entering San Franeisco i-' one direction either going or returning, $8J. To Los Angeles, going via Portland and Ban Francisco and returnian same route, $93. To Los Angeles, going via Portland and San Francisco, returning via Sacramento and Ogden, $99.50. Tickets will be limited for sixty days for going passage, with return at any tire within the final limit of six months. A. D. EDGon Gen. Agt., Helena, Mont. Omts. L. Fa, 0. P. T. A., St. Paul, Mian 14 J 4 'f4 I14 OFF OFF OFF OFF On our entire stock of Men's, Boys' and Children's clothing and Gents' Furnishings. The Bo tln Clothillg Baany' Maixaimrotbh. Store, Nos, 23-25 South Main Street, One Price. Square Dealing. Plain Figures JAN U A 11, 1892. IMPORTANT Watch for It, as It Will Be Interesting. Revolutionary Movement in Prices AT TE NEW YORK DRY 00iDS STORE. A Sale of Great Magnitude, A Magnificent Stock of Goods at Cost, Values Will Be Swept Away. Profits Will Be Swept Away. Surplus Stock Will Be Swept Away Ladies, this will be no dress parade sale of J. C. Goods, no odds and ends thrown at you as a catch-penny bargain--but a gigantic stock, matchless in appearance, peerless and above anything in the State. ALL-nothing reserved, at New York cost. REMEMBER, at cost. SALE WILL COMMENCE JAN, 1-1,'92, NEW YORKI DRY GOODS STORE.,