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- ARIZONA. SATUKDAY.JUNE 2G, 1897. E C. DAKE, NEWSPAPER AD- vevtising Agent, 65 Merchant' Exchange. San Francisco, is our authorized agent. This paper is kept .on fib in this ftffice.' 0. S. DEP'T OF AGRICULTURE. WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT. F.or the seven days Ending Friday June 25, 1897. Tcmper'ture DAY. Rel. Humid yam Max., Min $iiurday.... Sunday Monday Tieeday .... Wednesday. Thursday... -t'rlday 7 76 6i 6 03 SI 20 15 15 19 10 10 20 6 63 70 O CS 05 102 101 102 102 100 93 Average '. 60 JO I 101 J 63 TUiEfftll for the week O-00 MATTHEW B. DeVAS'E. Station Aitent, Weather Bureau. LOCAL NOTES, U you want a cool and delicious drink of beer go to the Ruby Saloon. J. M. Shriver, of Phoenix, is m town. H. B. -Gleason, the bonanza man, was m town this week. Babbit metal for saje at the Sen tinel othce. W. D. Luce came in from Cargo &ucUacho this week. Dr. J. P. Yeraan, the Dentist, re turned from La Fortuna this week. When you ask Joe for a Cigar get -The Pride of Yuma, at Iaeger's. Chas Brown and Ed Wiggins of La jFortuna paid Yuma a visit this week. Mr. David Russel made the Sen tinel office a pleasant call during the week. Try Iaeger's Whiskey. Talks for its ;8elfl J. H. Carpenter returned from Los Angeles Monday from a visit to his mother H. W. Blaisdell and wife returned ,from a brief visit to California last Saturday. When you.come to town get one of Jaeger's smokers. Attorney Frank Cox, and wife pass ed through on Tuesday's train en route to the coast. John Wright returned from Tucson Sunday, where he had been on a visit to his parents. ' Yellowstone and Castle Whiskies at -t&eHRuby." The usual Yuma contingent went to Hedges on Monday to assist in the proper celebration. of pay day. Col. John Shanssey, John Hodges and Jas. Jones were among those who went to Hedges .this week. When you are "m town, try .Iaeger's Gin and wines. Maurice Stiles came in from Blais dell Sunday after a load of hay for, the 'teams he is working at that point. Chris. Horner, the old time Yuma -blacksmith has opened up a .shop at Mohawk, and is reported as doing .well. Jas. Milnes who for the past six months has been up to Picacho on .the ranch of Halbert Bros, came -in" Wednesday. Mr. Jas. Barney .is talking of erect ing two cottages in the near future, one on Second street and the other on First avenue. Did you ever sit under the electric ifans at Iaeger's and drink cool Meier and Zoblin's beer? Try it M. Ortiz one of the old time en gineers on the western division paid .the Sentinel office a pleasant visit this week. Hon. Robt. Straus, C. D. Lane's ,partner in the celebrated Xa Fortuna mine, is in town .this week visiting his many frieudB. Will Storev, .secretary and acting superintendent of the Castle Dome mine came in this week to celebrate San Juan's day. Practise Economy in buying medi n5n hr in other matters. It is econ "omy to get Hood's Sarsaparilla be cause it contains more meuicinai 'value than any other 100 doses one dollar. Hood's Pills are the only pills to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Cure all liver ills. ' R. J. Duncan, secretary and one of the directors of the King of Arizona Mining Co., went to Tucson Sunday on business connected with the mine. Miss Emma Townsend, who went to San Francisco a couple "of weeks ago to spend the summer, has returned. She says it is too lonesome there and she got homesick. :Mr. John Dunne came in from Pi cacho Monday. Mr. Dunne was fore man for the Put-.. es Mining Co. there, ur.til :hf c osed down the . work, aft?r which time he was open ing op and developing some silver property across th river from Picacho ia the old Eureka district. It is said ore .was taken out worth a dollar a toaad, and Ihat he has a very fair - foja good aiine. SHAMEFUL. Uno of the moat shameful bits of Arizona's political history has been the bitter, malignant nd outrageous personal tight made upon the candi dacy of Hon. M. H. McCord for .the governorship of the Territory. It has seemed as though no depth were so deep that his opponents would not descend thereto in their efforts to defeat the nomination and .confirma tion of ihe gentleman. When .Col. McCord made a gallant fight for a McKiuley delegation to the St. Louis convention from Arizona and went to the national gathering of the party at the head of such a delegation, follow ing up that brilliant coup with a suc cessful alignment of the party in the Territory vith the national platform, he became at once the logical MoKin ley candidate for governor of the Ter ritory. Immediately those who want ed someone else all turned their at tention to vilifying and traducing the character of the gentleman, whom they saw had earned and was entitled to that recognition. To hear and read what they have said and printed about liim would lead the casual ob server to believe Mr. McCord a criminal of the deepest dye, who should be in the penitentiary. Everything which could possibly be charged against the candidate was spread before the president with the alleged proofs. Everything presented was carefully examined by the presi dent and his advisers. After the most critical examination of the alleged proofs, the president found they were worthless, and he sent Mr. MeCord's nomination to the senate. In due course ot aiiairs the nomination was referred to the senate committee on Territories, nd the dirty, malignant light was carried before that body. Wednesday the committee reported the nomination to the senate, and even there the outrageous opposition continued. New evidence, had been manufactured and a demand made for a chance to present .it. -So the senate referred the matter bark to the com mittee on Territories with instructions to investigate the charges, sending for persons and' papers. That will neces sarily carry the matter over several months, and leave in control Grover Cleveland's tin horn governor and the crowd of harpies by which he is sur rounded unless President McKinley should remove him peremptorily as soon as Secretary Akera qulifies, making the latter gentleman acting governor. God grant that the matter work that way. Therecan be but one conclusion and one only drawn from a fuht so dirty, so malignant and so persistent. and that is that Governor McCord's inductiop into office would be follow ed by an exposure of official malfeas ance which would be damaging to some people in Phoenix. The old crowd who have controlled matters there building public structures, etc. are not ..so intensely patriotic and public spirited that they would oppose so strenously the selection of a corrupt official on account of his corruption. "There is no use in their putting on a pious air; we all know them." It is the exposure pf.their own laches which they fear. Oasis. Beware of;Uintments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole .system when entering it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used excep on prescriptions from reputable phy sicians, as the damage they will do is tenfold to the good you a-m pos sibly derive from them". Hall's CatarFh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken internally; acting di rectly upon the blood and mucou surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh --Cure be sure you get the gpnuine. It is taken internally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. Sold by Druggists, price 75c. per bottle. Mr and irs. laeger spent two days this week at their ranch below town. - -, 1 . H. W. Blaisdell shipped several hundred pounds of ripe grapes to the Los Angeles market, this week, being the first grapes on the market. The steamer Mohave left this mom ing for Parker and way landings loaded with provisions. Sexsmith & Hodges have leased the building next to the .Phoenix Res taurant now used as a Chinese store, as a butcher shop. Col. Shanssey sent out quite r. sum of money to Hedges Monday to cash the miners checks. Dan McGlaugh len put :the money in the safe and locked it, and afterwards wa? unable to open the safe, .Dan having forgotten the combination. ;It was necessary finally to drill the combination before they could open;it. Cuckon's Arnica Saive The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Eruises. Sores, UIojkb, Itheiun, Fever Sorce letter, onappua 11 vnas, Ululbruins Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively care. Piles or no pay required. It is guarrunfceec to give perfect satisfaction, or money ve unded. Price 25 cents per bos. For Sale bv W.T. Gomler & Co. The Harrison Dinnnick wedding is the talk of the day. "Iaeger's Golden Wedding Whisky" talks for itself. A Rare Treat. Rev. Geo. W. Ireland, President of the Golden Dream Mi-.ing Co., of Picacho, came in from Los Angeles On last Saturday an i -moon. He was on hit way back east on business for .liis company when In: was stopprd at Yuma by a telegram front them; to that telegram the people of Yuma owe a rare treat, as Mr. Ireland consented to preach at the M. .13. church, Sun day, and did deliver two sermons that day one -in the morning and one in the evening. Those who he.ud them say they have not heard as good for years. Mr. Ireland is not only an educated gentleman but he is an orator of high rank. He only intended to preach at the morning service: but, everyone was so well pleased jthat Jbjij.ey pervaded him to preach in the evening. "His text in the evening was the Asseneion of Christ from Mount ..Oliver, and his word picture of Unit event was the -best w. have ever heard and he kept his audience spellbound. We hope that Mr. Ireland may find time 911 .future visits to Yuma to again allow up the privelege of hear ing him preach. Dr. King's New Discovery for Con sumption.. This is the best medicine in the world .for all forms of Coughs and Colds . nd for Consumption. Every hottle is guaranteed. It will cure and not disappoint. It has no equal ior Whooping Cough", Asthma, Hay Fever, Pneumonia, Bronchitis. La Grippe, Cold in the Head and for Consump tion. It J- safe for all ages, pleasant to .take, and, above all. a sure V-urp." It is alwavs well to take Dr. King's New Life Pill- in connection with Dr. Kingls New' -Discovery, as they re guUte and tone the stomach and hioweK We guarantee prefect satis- r.iotj.m nr return money. Free trial- hotUe at ttonder & Co 's Drug Store. Regular A.e 50 cents and $1 00. Yuma Still Leads. Last Sunday morning Mrs. Walter Millar presented her husband with a fifteen pound baby girl. Thus you can see it is not only in the matter of early fruits that the climate of Yuma is piolific. Walter .feel like the bigg est man in town ami wars a hat sev eral sizes larger than before. Whew! what a fiv Walter will be in when the baby lias the troth' and he has to walk the floor at the .dead "hours of .night. Archie Priest has b.-rn appointed guard on the hill in place of Peter Hodges, who has resigned to open a butcher shop in connection with Geo. Sexsmith. Mrs. Capt. Heil Hak. .leaves fur Tucson Monday. T.he Capt. will stay hers during the summer and spend his time investigating the mines in this vicinity. Rnf-is C. Herrnn and John P. Coyn two wealthy mining men from Cali--fprnia.were hero Wednesday and went out to examine the Bonanza mine in Gila City district. Capt.-Beatty came in on Wednes day's train from Los Angeles, accom panied by Mrs. Houser, niother of Alber Houser who is in the employ of Capt Beatty at bis mine. Miss Minnie White, the black eyed Soubrette, whose playing on the piano seems to have such great .attractions for scjne .of,the "men about town," spent three days in Hedges this week. We have heard that it seemed weeks to some instead of d vs. Mr. E L. Devore, who has charge of the new Sulphur miiiHS al our. to be opened below here, let t '"or the m;nts tbis week with Frank Norton. Chas. Eddy and a Mr. Hants a civil en gineer, who goes to figure on building a trainway to the Hardirt.from the mmr, Mr. Devore expects to begin opera tions within the nexjt-six weeks, -and will make regular shipments of sul phur after that time. Mr. David Balsz returned from Tucson Thursday where he bad been to attend an ejection suit involving the possession of the farm occupied by him near ;Phoenix for years past. This case has been in the courts for many years. ;It seems that from some defect in the original location, A. Libeno saw a loop hole and jumped the land, tiling a contest, which he has won through & technicality. Mr. Balsz spent years, an !a great deal of money improving the place an 1 justice would seem to warrant that be should have it. but the law, which is not always justice, say no. We sympathiz with Mr. Balsz in his loss. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair, A Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. 40 YEARS TOE STAHPJJRJX The Southern Pacific Company's Ex-cursions. The Mea-shore Excursions for this year commence with the train leaving here on the 4th insfc. at 11 :40 a. in., and thereafter every alternate Friday; June 18th, July 2nd, ,16th, 30th, etc., throughout the season. For these train we will sell round trip tickets to Santa Monica, Long Beach. San Pedro, San Buenaventura, and Santa Barbara for $1310; tickets good for 90 days, instead of 60 days is in former seasons, with slnp-over privileges west of Colton. Similar tickets will bs sold to Ava lon, Cat.-dina Island, ior? 15.65. On acount of the International Christian Endeavor Convention at San Francisco to be held July 7th to 12th, we will sell on July '2nd and July 5th to 7t.h inclusive,- round trip tickets for $30.90; -tickets good only for continous trip in cither direction and for return jiot later than July 3lsl. Latest .advise from our General Pas-ienger Agent authorizes the sale of round-trip tickets at single trip rates, account of 4th of July, to points we?t as far as Banning and east as far as Benson upon same dates and with same limits as published last week. West of Banning to points finder 200 miles distant, round trip fare will be one and one-fifth the single fare; to points 200 miles and undei 300 miles distant the single fare will apply for the round 'trio. Yours truly, W. H. Dresser, Agent. Last Saturday evening a miner by the name ot John Fitzgerald died in the county hospital He was afflicted with peritonitis. He has been work ing for some time in Duncan's mines, at the Pol holes. He took sick a week or t n days ago, and Saturday morn ing became so bad that Foreman A. McBeth brought him to Yuma and placed him in the hospital. The above was in the Sun last week and was called to our attention by Dr. Mailer, the county physician. And he wishes us to say th.at.no such man as .John Fitzgerald was in the hospital. And no man has died there lately. .Si ore Curative power is contained in IIood!s S.-irsaparilla than in any other similar preparation. It co-ts .the jiroptietor and manufacturer uwire. Jt costs .the jobber more and it is worth more to the consumer. More skill is lequired 'in its preparation and 'dt conbines more remedial qualities then any other medicine. Consequently it has a record of more cures and its sale are more than those of any other pre paration. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the best, medicine to buy because it is an honest medicine and thousands of testimonials prove that it does ac tually and premanently cure disease. The next meeting night of the For esters will be on Wednesday, July 7th instead of the 5ih their regular meeting night. The 4th coining on Sunday makes the 5th a legal holliday, and besides there is to be a grand ball on that evenihg hence the postpon ment. John Gandolfo and Mrs. Gandolfo leave Sunday for Los Angeles and San Francisco. Yqung John, Jr., will ac company .them to San Francisco, whure they will place .lim in school, after which they will make an ex-, tended trip oyer .northern California sight, seeing. Sheriff Puiffh-r, of Yavapai county, last Sunday, sent the little boy of Abe Thompson (who is in the Yavapai county jail on a charge, of train rob bery), to, Ki,ngman. ,Hc was consign ed to no one, and as he has ,no re latives here, the sheriff must have thought that. God would care for him. This muht be all right if the little fellow was consigned to heaven, but in Kingman small boys have to eat and drink. W. A. Laswell took charge of the little one until another home can be found for him. He is properly a charge of Coconino or Yavapai county and the proper one should be compelled to care for him. Miner. The Shakers have maden discovery which is destined to.acconipfish much ,good. Realizing that three-fourths of all ovir sufferings arise from stomach troubhs, that the country is literally tilled with people who cannot eat and digest food, without subsequently suf fering pain and distress, and that many are starving, wasting to mere skeletons, because their food dows them no good, they have devoted much study ami thought "tohe sub ject, and the result i this discovery pf their Digestive Cordial. A little book can be obtained from your druggist that will point on the way of relief at once. An investiga tion will cost nothing and will result in much good. '' ' Children alWiaic to take Castor Oil, but nofc'Laxol,' which. is palatable: One of. the .most interesting sights in town' is to watch Joe Nugent feed his cats at the -Place s'uihon. The" SentineIi sciib1? while eating break-1 fat the other mor ing iK-ard some one calling kitty, kit fy several times and in looking to see who it was, saw .foe in' all his glory, and cats, well there were all sorts and condition of cats. 131a-k cats, white cats,- grey cats and all colored cat. As to the number he didn't have time to count them but there was enough cats to supply the whole town. Xu.-4i, her Greiiua Green Affair. Thursday's east bound train brought in another blushing young couple who had an uncontrolable desire to com mit matrimony, and they lost notim?, as the train had not been in twenty minutes when the youthful groom foxnd cupid's headquarters in Probate Judge Frank's office and soon had the necessary license to speed him to the desired end. He thpn found Dr. Belknap .and in less thne than it takes to write this, the smilinir twain were "', ' 1 ' . 1 n"i :.. :' .', made as one, and California s new i:iws nrflvnntinir divorcees from re- f 1,1. 11I marrying were knocked m o a cicked i hat. The couple were Mr. Chas H. o-w uF n 1 Vosburgh and Jennie M. Mower of Riverside, California. The bridegroom is 52 and the bride 38 years of age. Mr. Vosburgh is an old time Arizona mining men; but has resided in Cali fornia for the past two years. San Juan's day was celebrated in the USlial Way at Bedova's ranch about 1 seven miles above Yuma on the Gila. All day the roid was lined with peo ple on horseback, in wagon, on bicy cles and on foot At the ranch there was dancing and drinking and all the usual methods known to the Arizona Mexicans in celebrating. They all seemed to have a good time, and are looking forward to the 16th of Sept. for the next. Robt. Hinman, the man who had such a hard time escaping from Sheriff Oreenleaf some months ago and got 8h.pt for his pains, from the effects of which wound -he lias been in the hospital ever since, is again in trouble. This .time the sheriff of Rosebury, Oregon, is here after him with a warrant from the governor of the Territory. His attornP3's Messrs. Brown and Purdy sued -out a writ of -habeas corpti-4 yesterday and be had a partial hearin; before Court Commis sioner Carpenter when a postponnient was taken uutil to-day. When we go to press the ease was not yet finished. Notice to Taxpayers. The tax payejs of Yuma County, in the Territory of Arizona, are hereby notified that the Original Assessment Roll of Yuma County Jor 1897 hits been completed by the Assessor, and delivered to the Cleik of the Board .of Supervisors, .in whose office said roll is on file, and open to inspection by. the put lie. . Notit els hereby f-ir.ther given dliat the Bo ir ! of Equalization of Yuma County wiil meet o-i the first day of July. 1897, at the office of said Board at the court house of said County anil continue in session from day to day up to and including July 20, li97. Yuma, A! T., June 22, J897. C. P. Cronin, County Recorder, and Ex-officio Clerk of Board of Sup ervisors. Tossed on the Foaming Billows You may never have been, but if you cross the Atlantic, no matter how smooth the watery expanse, without sea sickness you are well, a lucky voyager, that is all. Old tars who have spent their lives' on the ocean waves, who were almost born, so to speak, with their "sea legs on," suffer now and then from sea sickness in very .tempestuous weather.' ea cap tainstourists, commercial travelers and yatchsme.n say that- there is no finer safeguard against nausea than Hostetter's 'Stomach Bitters, and it lias been equally reliable as a preven tive by invalids who travel by steam boat and railroad, and who sometimes sulier as much in those conveyances as ocean travelers do in steamships. Billiousness, constipation, sick head ache and di orders of the stomach caused by oppressive climatic in fluences or unwholespme or unac customed fool pr water, always yield to the Bitters speedily. This popular medicine also remedies, rheumatic, kidney and nervous disorders, and the infirmities incident to increasing years. A Carson City woman has given birth to a mulatto bady and says it is a -''freak o' nature." Now somebody will probably be putting on the gloves about that. Los Angeles 'Times. If this had happend jn Arjzona it would -have been charged to the climate. Rev. George R. Wallace, before a recent meeting of that anomalous job Jot of soul savers, the Chicago Association of Congregational Chur cbe?, ro?e upon his rear extremities, laid .'buck his ears, opened the cavernous rnouth of '-h'nni and braved forth the statement that 'San Francisco is hell." Brother Wallace was moved to this declara tion because we had the good tiiste to kick C- Overman Brown, Ids colleague, out of the local told The Reverend George has gotten things slightly mixed. San Frarf cueo.N not hell. But Dr. Brown, now of Chicago in general and the devil in particular, tried hard enough to raise hell when ho was jrrej L,$Vtn Franriscd 2fewj Letter. tfkm "J gg f pSt IT Are features peculiar to.Hood's Pills. Small In c!ze, tasteless, efficient, thorough. As one man said: You never know you harp taken a pill till it is all over." 25c. a I. Hood & Co., Proprietors, Lowell, Mass. The only pills to tako with Hood's Sarsapaxillft. Doctors' visits are always costly and are many times unnecessary. If only for econ. oniical reasons, send for Dr. Pierce's Com- mon Sense Medical Adviser. It 3 mfreh cheaper than sending for a physician, and may save you very many doctors -bills.: -Besides that, it willgwe you some hew .ideas. You will very soon learn to be obV servant 01 many nine bigns ui mncss mm liow pass unnoticed. The better you know pin symptoms, the more surely may you prevent serious illness. For this reason it -was written. Dr. Pierce has spared no pains in con densing a world of useful knowledge in these pages, for the use of busy people. The early symptoms of many common ail- .ments are described, and prescriptions nep?.illv interesting rind helnf.1l tn ton. especially interesting and helpful to wo men. In its 1008 pages there are xoo illus trations. You may have this great 'and 'good book free, by sending 21 cents-in oce? cent stamps to World's Dispensary Med- I ical Association, Buffalo. N. Y. Ten cents extra (31 cents) will give you the book in -uiic ricutu uuiu uiuuiug. DR. PIERRE'S It don't do to one nart of the human me chanism come to a stand-still, and ' expect the balance of the machine to run along smoothly. The digestive organs are the most important part of the human machine. They must be kept in running-order, or there will be a breakdown. When they don't run smoothly, the doctors call it constipation. The blood becomes impure, and the whole system suffers from slow but sure poi soning. Every imaginable malad3" may result. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant tmtm t rtrrv Pellets never fail tb IDpf I PTQ 'cure constipation. & 11 1 4f , x AJa MONTAGUE ISLAND. From Yuma to Montague Island is only 65 miles, over an almost dead level mesa, along the west edge of which lie the rich bottom lands of the Colorado river. No place on the Pacific Coast popse-s- ses more natural advantages than the Island for both a summer and winter resort. Within easy reach are the colebrated clam jSlats, the shell banks, the hot mineral springs of Santa Clara, the fine duck, wild geese and crane hunting of the Colorado and the Hardie rivers, the wild hogs of the Hardie, the finest fishing in the world, the oysters and shftU fish of San Filipe, and no.t too far away the deer 'and ante lope of the hills and mountains and the thousands of hot and cold mjneral springs, and the mud and others voleanoes of Coconah. If the railroad was built to-day it would be the most popular resort on the Pacific coast. It has the most even climate in the United States, never .col$, never hot, no fogs, no frost, almost the same the year round. At the Island the, water is fresh twice in every 24 hours and salt as the sea twice during the same time. Salt when the tide comes in, and fresh when it is out and the water of the Colo rado 'runs Dast it. The tide rises 32 fue't, lJup.t thii:k of it, only two hours from Yuma. What a resort1 it will be. Then others than .Yuma's '"400" can go to the sea shore. Montague Island covers nearly 7,000 acres. The time is not. far dtstarit whoh Yuma will have one of the best'health and pleasure resorts in America. "How to Care all Skin Diseases." Simply apply "Swat.vk's Oihtment.." No internal medicine required. Cures tetter, eczemi, itch, all tiuptions on the face, hands, nose, &c., leaving the akin clear, white and healthy. Its great healing' and curative powers are pessessed by no other, remsdy. Ask your druggist for Swatkk's Oijjtmesv. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ESTATE OF JAMES MACY. DECEASED. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, admiuistrator of the estate of James Macy, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, ta exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, Within four jnoatha aftcr the first publica tion of this notice, to the said administrator, at his residence, in the village of Yuma, Ter ritory of Arizna, or at the office of Samuel Purdy, attarney for said administraror, on First street, ,said village, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate. Isaac Polhamcs. Administrator of the Estate of James Macy,' deceased. Dated, June 5th, 1837. JUST OPESED Ice C rearm Parlor FRUIT STO-HE EAST SIDE OF MAIM STREET, :MRS. J. H. KINSLER Prop, Ice Cream sold by the dish, pint," quart or gallon. Orders for picnic parlies or Social entertain ments served on short nolice. all varieties of fruit kept for sale xkd sold at lowest rates. All Kinds of Ice Cold . Drinks Made to Order. iiliilif 1 DEALERS IK GENERAL MERCHANBISE Wfi wiub f.rt ranf fnlltr Jnfnrm t lift public that we are daily receiving NEW SUPPLIES AND PROVISIONS Our stock is fully assorted and well so . v. el, consisting ot DRY t GOODS, FANCY GOODS, OlottLin1 - . X LADIES 'and GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS GENTS AND BDYB. HATS,, BOOTS & SHOES. QUEENS WARE WOODEN WAR B and WiL LOW-WARE. PISTOLS AND CARTRIDGES, Tobacco, Cigars, Foreign and Dom tic Wines and Liquors, Milwau kpe and St." Louis Beer, Tho continuous increase of our traa is sufficient guarantee that tho public ia fully convinced of ' our fair and honest dealings. GOODS ARE DELIVERED AT DEPOT AND ALL PARTS OF THE TOWN FREE OF CHARGE. . CANNED GOOD OF ALL KINDS; DRIED and PRESER VED FRUITS and JELLIES, SOAPS.'and confectionery; k Attacked to our store we hv ftr3t-cla8s ' 1 Conducted -by a No. 1 bakor. Ordt? promptly filled. MEDICIN Second. Stroo zts BR