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TELEGRAPHIC.
A PIBATIt! CKAI'T.
Star l'lree ata I'nltcd statee Schooner
On the man Sea*.
New York, April 10.—Captain Stubbs,
ol the schooner Carrie A. Buckram,
which arrived Saturday from San Do
mingo, reported that on March 21st,
while otT Samona Island, about noon,
he sighted a veseel steaming toward bis
vessel, from the land, then dis
tant six or eight miles. The craft
seemed to be a Domingan war ves
sel. She laid her course to intercept
the Buckram, but could not do so
owing to the strong breeze then prevail
ing, and fell astern half or three-quarters
of a mile. When nearly in the schooner's
wake she fired a shot which struck the
water only a few yards from tbe Buck
ram's stern. She then gave chase,
but with the good strong breeze
tbe schooner soon distanced her.
After keeping up the chase for two
hours she gave it up, and putting about
steamed for land. She was a low, rakish
three-masted steamer, about $500 tons,
aoparently of French or Spanish build.
Her decks were crowded with men.
What her errand was can only be con
jectured, as the Buckram was far out of
their jurisdiction and on tbe high seas,
where they could have no legitimate
right to overhaul her. The American
flag was flying at the schooner's peak all
the time, it having been hoisted as soon
as the steamer was made out to be a war
vessel. Captain Stubbs says nothing
was heard by the Buckram's crew of this
veasel or the rebellion at San Domingo
City. Tbe better class of people there
hesitate to speak their minds even to
foreigners. They no doubt are afraid of
com premising themselves.
HAD ENOUUB Of IT.
a.ord Lonsdale Surfeited with tbe
Hlarn Latitude*.
Port Angeles, W. T , April 10.—
The fishing schooner Cumberland, ar
rived from Kodiak Island, Alaska, brings
news of Lord Lonsdale, who started
about a year ago on a trip totheNoitb
Pole. Lonsdale and a number of Esqui
maux and Indian guides reached Kodiak
about the middle of February in a fam
ished, exhansted condition from an iso
lated mission near the mouth of the
Kuskewin river, which empties into
Bristol Bay. They suffered many hard
ships and privations during the journey
of several months' duration across the
Alaska peninsula. Lonsdale was se
verely injured by a fall shortly after
leaving the Mission. He was placed on
a sled, and in that condition reached
Kodiak. Just before reaching Cook's
Inlet, two of the guides died and were
buried in the snow. The party was in
the last stages of fatigue when it reached
Kodiak. Had not food and shelter been
found there. Lonsdale would have died.
He stated that he might remain at Ko
diak a month, perhaps longer. He said
positively that he had had enough of
Arctic exploration, and would return to
England soon.
Wontiej-» choice.
Phcenix, A. T., April 10.—Governor
Wolfley has nominated the following ter
ritorial officials to serve for the next two
years: O. F. Townsand and William
Head, members of the Board of Equali
sation; W. O. O'Neill, Adjutant-Gen
eral; Dr. A. J. Chandler, Veterinary
Surgeon; John F. Blandy, Territorial
Geologist; W. C. Davies, E. A. Cutler
and R. S. Robbins, Prison Commis
sioners; J. D. Monihan,J. M. Ochoa and
William H. Hardy, Insane Asylum Com
missioners. Also a number of regents
of the University and Normal School.
All were promptly confirmed by the
Legislature, which will probably adjourn
sine die to-day.
A Very Boigh Trip.
New York, April 10. —The steamer
Chattahoochie arrived from Savannah
to-day, three days overdue, and in a bat
tered condition. She carried 135 pas
sengers. Saturday morning she struck a
heavy gale. Hail at one time coveted
the deck to the depth of two feet. Early
Sunday morning great waves in quick
succession swept the decks and nearly
ewamped the vessel. This continued
forty-eight hours, during which a panic
prevailed on board among the passen
gers, the vessel lying to meantime and
drifting. The captain says it was the
worst storm he ever experienced.
The His Smug-aline; Firm.
TSuw York, April 10. —Treasury Agent
Simmons and an assistant spent several
boars this morning in the art rooms of
Allard & Sons, whose smuggling op ora
tions have kept the custom house offi
cials busy of late. What the morning's
search revealed, Simmons refused to
state, but that there have been import
ant developments of late is certain. He
says the case looks darker against Allard
A Son as the investigation proceeds, and
he deplores the fact that one of the firm
is not within reach of the United States
law. It will be weeks before the case is
fully investigated.
The Sheriff In Pursuit.
Vheboygan, April 10. —The tug Down
ing and consorts, with Moiles Brothers'
sawmill on board, are reported fast in
the ice at Drummond's Bay. Sheriff
McKenzie and posse arrived here this
morning, and shortly after left on a tag
tor Drummond's Bay, and will endeavor
to serve tbe writ of attachment. No at
tention will be paid to the writ, however,
as the forces of the Moiles Brothers
greatly outnumber those of the Sheriff,
and it is not likely that an attempt will
be made to take forcible possession of the
'vessels.
Paateur'e Experiment Falls.
Bvdney, N. S. W., April 10.—The
committee appointed to investigate the
discovery of Pasteur for extermination of
rabbits have made a report. They found
that the rabbits which had been innoc
txlated with the virus of chicken cholera,
or which ate food which had been in
fected with the virus, died, but that the
disease was not communicated by one
rabbit to another.
An Offer to Dcmpsey and Heasran.
Nkw York, April 10. —Richard K.
Fox received the following dispatch this
morning from the California Athletic
Club: "We will make a purse of $3,000
Cor Reagan and Dempjey match. An
swer."
A Boiler Explodes.
Woodland, Cal., April 10—A boiler
ex plotted at the Nelson Nursery last
night. John Daniels, the engineer, was
killed, and Frank Nelson and A. B. Dan
iels were injured.
A Duchess Interred.
London, April 10.—The funeral of the
Duchess of Cambridge, aunt of Queen
Victoria, took place to-day. Her Majesty
viewed the remains before the coffin was
•dosed, and was deeply affected.
The Thermometer East.
Chicago, April 10 —Temperature-
Slew York, 50; Chicago 40; St. Paul, 46;
Winnipeg, 38; New Orleans, 52.
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 11. 1889
THE SUPREME COURT.
Huainrii Transacted Veiierday.
To- Day'» Calendar.
The following business was transacted
by the Supreme Court yesterday •
Brooks vs. Fischer and others—Mr.
Lucas, of San Diego, allowed to file
briefs.
Banning and others vs. Banning—Ap
pellant allowed to file a .certified copy of
finding, and respondent allowed two days
to file briefs, cause to be thereon submit
ted.
l'eopie vs. Leiva—Aupeal ordered dis
missed.
Brant vs. Phillips and ethers —Contin-
ued for the term.
Karns vs. Olney—Appellant allowed
three days to file brief, and the case to be
thereupon submitted.
Dunn vs. Muckey—Appellant allowed
ten days to tile brief, respondent ten
days to answer, cause to be thereupon
submitted.
Whitiug vp. Gardiner and others —Ap-
pellant allowed ten days to file brief, case
to be thereon submitted.
Southern Pacific Railroad Company vs.
Cable —Appellant allowed twenty days
to file brief, respondent fifteen days to
answer, and the case to be thereupon
submitted.
Haas vs. Fuller and others —Argued
and submitted.
Gerian vs. Linkletter —Cause to be sub
mitted on briefs on file.
Williams and others vs. Hall and
others —Cause to be submitted on briefs
on file.
Houghton and others vs. Clark—Re
t pondent allowed fifieen days to file
brief, appellant fifteen days to reply, and
cause to be thereupon submitted.
Luco vs. DeForo—Continued until to
day.
Danglada and others vs. Klias and
others —Appellant to be allowed ten days
to file brief, and cause to be thereupon
submitted.
Turner vs. Turner —Argued and sub
mitted.
Turner vs. Turner—Argued and sub
mitted on briefs on file in the previous
case of Turner vs. Turner.
Simons, appellant, vs. Mills, respond
ent.
Pittman etal., respondents, vs. Turner,
appellant.
Brown, respondent, vs. Starr etal.,
appellants.
DeHaiey vs. Haley.
Houghton et al., appellants, vs.Clarke,
respondent.
Neal, appellant, vs. Aguirre, respond
ent.
Williams et al., appellants, vs. Hall et
al.. respondents.
Goyhinect, respondent, vs. Goyhinect,
appellant.
Goyhinect, respondent, vs. Goyhinect,
appellant.
Davies-Hendersou Lumber Company,
appellant, vs. Gottschalk et al., respond
ents.
Simons, appellant, vs. Mills, respond
ent.
THE COURTS.
Wednesday, April 10,1889.
Department I—Cheney, J.
People vs. Thomas White —Defendant
sentenced to 6an Quenlin for six years.
Five days' further time granted to lile
bill of exceptions.
People vs. H. E. Coffey—Continued
till 10 a. m. April 11th.
People vs. Neil Ramsey—Jury dig
agreed and were discharged. Defendant
remanded to the custody of the Sheriff,
and cause placed on trial calendar. Bail
reduced to $1,000.
People vs. A. D. Proch and A. Wil
liams —Arraignment of the defendants
continued to the 15th uvt.
People vs. Sarah Espinosa (troe name
Salla Espinosa)—Defendant arraigned,
and given to the 12th inst. to plead.
People vs. Lee Sametal. —Arraignment
continued till Monday, 15th inst.
People vs. Guadaloupe Castillo—Cause
transferred to Department 6, and hear
ing on demurrer and time to plead con
tinued to the 15th inst.
People vs. Ah Tune—Continuod until
the 11th instant for plea.
Department a t lark, J.
Drawn blank.
Department 3—Wade, J.
Haralson vs. Delano et al—Exceptions
to report of referee making partition of
certain lands; sustained and new partit
ion offered, pending which parties ex
pect to agree on an amicable division of
the lands.
Department 4—Van Dyke, J.
Not in session.
Department a—Shaw, J.
Publick vs. Barton Land and Water Co.
—Continued to the 13 th instant at 10 a.m.
Frank G. Marston vs. Amoß Wright-
Decree ordered as prayed for.
The Chautauqua Assembly vs. Long
Beach Methodist Resort Association—
On trial.
Department 6—McKluley, j.
People vs. Weyerman—On trial.
United states Circuit Court.
Moise Kahn vs. Alexander Weill—On
trial.
The following cases were, by consent,
continued for the term :
S. K. Martin vs. E. Stancliff.
8. E. Martin vs. F. Calvert.
8. E. Martin vs. T. Kilev.
S. E. Martin vs. P. Stancliff (two
cases).
Sarah M. Ellenwood vs. P. Staincliff.
Baldwin vs. Southern Pacific Railroad
Company.
Remorsl.
Drs. Kurtz, Worthington & Thiele
have removed to the old office, 265 North
Maiu street, opposite Raker block.
Cure For Piles.
Itching piles are known by moisture like
perspiration, producing a very disagreeable
itching after getting warm. This form as well
as blind, bleeding aud protruding piles yield at
once to the application of Dr. Bosanko's Pile
Remedy, which acts directly upon the parts
affected, absorbing the tumors, allaying the
intense itching and effecting a permanent enra.
50 cents. Sold by C. H. Hence, 79 North
Spring street.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy.
No. 3. Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy, a marvel
on* cure for Catarrh, olphtberia, Canker
Biiouth and Headache, With each bottle there
Is an Ingenious Nasal Injector for the more
successful treatment of these complaints with
out extra charge. Price 50 cents. Sold by C.
V. Heinzeman.
Dealers and Consumers of Beer
Will And it to their advantage to call on Phila
delphia Brewery, Allao street, for the best lager
or steam-beer, good on draught for weeks at
lowest prices. Bottled lager $1.20 per dosen, if
bottles returned. Delivered to any part of the
el'y. Telephone PI
Sherwin-Williams Paint.
P. H. Matthews, sole agent, corner Second
and Los Angeles streets. Telephone 1025.
Bathing at Catalina.
New flatbost. with diving platform, spring
boards snd sliding shutes.
Ask For
The "Sterling" cigar, 5 cents each. Hand
made, Havana filler.
Hunting at Catalina.
New rifles, shotguns, and ammunition in
abundance.
Heemouy cures rheumatism. 113 E. First it.
HOTEL) AMD H EST A L BANTS.
Arrowhead Hot Springs!
2.000 feet above sea, 70 miles from Los An
geles, G miles north of San Bernardino. Moun
ratn Sanitarium, Mineral, Vapor snd Mud
Baths.
Tourists and invalids will now find amid tho
most attractive surroundings, above fog and
dust, al< essentials to comfoit. coutcut and cure
Excellent table, reasonable rates. Resident
physicia». po<tofflce and telephone. Stages
meet trains at depot. Ban Bernardino.
Addr»*s "MANAGER," for circnlar, or B. F.
t'OULTER, corner Second and Spring. Los An
neles. • m3l3m
A SUCCESSFUL. CHANGE.
"THE CLIFTON,"
At the cornor of Fort and Temple sts., nnder the
new management, la now tbe best private hotel
in the city. Tho rooms, both single and en
suite, arc large, sunny and well furnished, and
it« table unequalled in the city. The kitchen
is nnder the direct management of the famous
chef, F. De Itussie Smith, a cook of thirty-five
years' experience, and in that capacity has
served both Grant and Garfield, has also been
chief cook on Paolflc aud Atlantic Ocean
steamers, and was a chief in the Union Pacific
dining car service for six years.
Its convenience to business adds greatly to its
popularity.
Breakfast, 6:30 to 8:30; Lunch, 12 to 2;
Dinner, tl to 8.
Snmmer rates now in force. afi lm
The Hunter Dining Parlor,
136 SOUTH SPRING STREET,
(Bet. Hecondand Third Sts.)
The Largest and Best Family ,Bes
taurant In the City—Seats
175 People.
Meals Only 25 Cents.
Ice cream every day. Board per week $4.50.
Polite and attentive lady waiters in attend
ance. None but white cooks employed.
mlO lm r. HI BPBIWH.EB, Prop.
The Silver Moon
RESTAURANT.
Xo. -43 South Main Street,
Between First and Second Street.
EVERYTHING NEAT AND CLEAN.
Best 20c. .Ileal In the City.
Meal Ticket, 21 Meals, $4.50.
mls lm MRB. M. E. FRAN! 18, Proprietor.
TWO BROTHERS
Having had many years' experience in the
Restaurant business, we can certainly give you
satisfaction. Strangers and others visiting this
city will find it to their advantage to givt- us a
trial. MEALS, 25 CENTS. 21 Meal Ticket', $4.
Steaks and Chops a specialty. The Fiuest Ice
Cream and Pastry in the city. Chicken every
Sunday. Breakfast, 5:45 to 11 a. m„ with
extra bill of fare. The choicest Tea and Coffee
in the city.
20 E. SECOND ST., a few doors below Msin.
THOS. A GUY BEDFORD, Prop'rs.
m 22 lm
No Chinese Employed !
THE QUAKER - RESTAURANT,
Beopened at 146 S. Bprlng St.
YOU ARE INVITED.
MEALS. 25 CENTS.
Bemoved Front 33 Temple Street.
W. H. TRIPP, Prop.
a 7-lm ~:
Hotel Lincoln,
Corner of Hill and Second Streets,
Strictly a first-class hotel; appointments
perfect; all modern improvements; ele
gantly situated and furnished.
THOMAS PASCOE, Proprietor.
m 29 lm
W. G. GRAHAM. , J.H.WISE.
THE
HOLLENBECK RESTAURANT
IS NOW OPEN. (ROSTER'S OLD STAND.)
Second St., between Spring and Fort.
Strictly flrst-class
Dinners for Private Parties a Specialty.
a6tf
Tiiel;yßWr^
38 8. BPRING ST., (up stairs,)
Are now open. Parties wishing an extra fam
ily table will find this will fill a long felt want.
EVERYTHING NEW; meals sent out on short
notice. Special arrangements can be made for
Private Dinners or Luncheon.
Breakfast, 7 a. m. to 12 H.: Business Men's
Lunch, 12 to 2 p. it.; Dinner, 5:30 to 8 P. H.
m26-lm
TLILICH^
Restaurant and Oyster Parlors,
41 and 43 Norm main Street-
If PRIVATE BOOMS upstairs for ladles
and families, where meals will be nerved in tht
best stylo.
mietf JFRHY II I icr», Prnnrletor
Santa Monica Pavilion.
RESTAURANT and FAMILY RESORT
ECKEBT A HOPE, Proprietors.
FI3H DINNERS A SPECIALTY.
m22tf
MTOHEIM
THE TAILOR,
Makes the Best Fitting Giothos
In the State at 28 per cent less
than any other Tailor on the
Pacific Coast.
Suits made TO FRO „ ER $25-i?
Pants made TO F 0 R R 0 D M ER
~ „ 203 Montgomery Street, •
724 Market and lII.' & 1112 Market SL
SM FRA.«O.
105,10? and 109 Santa Clara Street,
SIN JOSE.
49 and 51 Sonth Soring Street, and
263 North Main Street,
LOS ANGELES.
Street. SIN WEfii
FOR FINE BUGGIES
—AMD—
carriages;
—•0 TO-
H. Gr IDE S El.
Ths Farm Implkmbht Dsalxs.
4,4 to 48 N. Angeles st. ixw Angeles.
O. P. HEINZEMAN,
Druggist and Chemist,
No. 18> N. main St., Los Augelos, Cal.
Prescriptions carefully compounded day or
night. m 21 If
GASOLINE STORES
AT COST.
To close out my stock I make s reduction on
each stove and Oven of
Vt4.00.
F. E. BBOWN,
a2tf No. 44 South Spring street.
ME MICA 1..
DR. STEIN HART'S
Essence of Life
Sold for 30 years lv Europe and on the Pacific
Coast,
ESSENCE OF LIFE cures permanently the
worst cases of nervous debility, physical weak
ne s, exhausted vitality, youthful abuses, ex
cesses, and the like Diseases of moo however
induced and no matter how inveterate, speed
ily, thoroughly snd permanently cured by the
ESSENCE OF LIFE.
PRICES—S2.SO, in liquid or pill form, or Aye
times the quantity, $10.
Call or address—
DR. STEINHART,
REMOVED TO
US', West First Street, Boom 8,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
Orncs Hodbs-9 a. m. to 4 r, M. Sunday—lo
to 1 o'clock.
SYPHILIS,
Gonorrhoea and skin diseases treated and cured
by a graduated specialist. Office hours from
10 to 3, Uliii West First street, room 2. Ad
vice and treatment by mail. Address, SPE
CIALIST.
TO - THE UNFORICNATE.
Dlseases.^suoh
ncsa, Impoteney and Lost Manhood permanent
ly cured. The sick and afflicted should not fall
to call npon him. The Doctor has traveled ex
tensively In Europe' and Inspected thoroughly
the various hospitals there, obtaining a great
deal of valuable information, which he is com
petent to impart to those in need of his services.
The Doctor cures where others fail. Try him.
DR. GIBBON will make no charge unless he
effects a cure. Persons at s distance CURED AT
HOME. All communications strictly confiden
tial. All letters answered in plain envelopes,
Send ten dollars for a package of medicine.
Call or write. Address DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box
1957, San Francisco. Cal.
Mention Los Angeles Hkrald. dlOtf
38 North Main Street,
LOS ANUELES.
CiONOBBBE A, GLEET and all unnatural
discharges promptly and privately cured.
SYPHILIS permaneutly eradicated with
out mercury, SEMINAL WEAKNESS, loss of
sexual power, Varicocele, skin aud bladder
diseases are cared for life. No experimenting.
Both sexes consult in confidence.
Those res'ding fta distance m«y be cured at
home. Call or address Da. White's Medical
Dispknsaby, 38 N. Main street, i-os Angeles.
Cat. mlo-6m
t—i r r"*i T"i TTI A treated without
H I 11 ths use of the
* ,x knife or deten
tion from business, aluo all other diseases of
the rectum. Cure guaranteed
•1. EDOAB SMITH, 18. D., graduate
Cleveland Homceopsthle Hospital College
1874. Assistant in '76 and '77 to N. Schneider.
Dean and Professor of Surgery in Cleveland
College: also Surgeon of L. 8. & M. 8. B. R.
Removed to corner Main and Seventh streets,
Robait's block, Los Angeles, Cal. References
given. Consultation free. Send for pamphlet.
Office hours, 9a.»t.to 4 r. T*JTT "LT'O
M. Sundays aud holidays II . "
excepted. mlstf
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N rUai 1 lIS General and NERVOUS DEBILITY;
/"111 U T Weaknets of Bcdyand Mind: Effects
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Ja9 eodAwkly
ff I!i K f- has given nnlrar
jjfXrcnret sal satisfaction In Hie
JOBr* t0 5J? aTB c,lro of Gonorrbo?s and
' t: 'cct. I prescribe Hand
H| «rd^ tbo
i. J. STONFR, M.D.,
Decatur 111
Sold by DrugEists.
]als 12m
A Speedy Cure Warranted.
TtR. BELL'S GBRMAN EXTRACT CURES
I f all private syphilitic, urinary, skin and
blond diseases, female complaints, and all
such diseases as are brought about by iudlscre
tiou aud excesses, $1. Dr. Bell's French Wash
cures all p.-ivato disea-es, blood poison, old
sores and ulcers, G. and G., in two orthreedays,
$1. No preparation on eirth equal to it. For
i sale only at tbe Berlin Drug »tore, 405U
Soutli Spring st., Lou Aniteles, Cal.al-lm*
COCKLE'S
ANTI-BILIOUS
PILLS.
The Great English Remedy.
FOR LIVER, BILE, INDIGESTION, ETC.
Free from mercury; contains only pure
Vegetable Ingredients. Agents. LANQLBY A
MICHAEL*. San Francisco. dAwfc'vlv
li""" E.C.NIEDT&CO
Manufacturers of and
Ground Bone.
IF YOU WANT YOUB
Chickens to Lay
And be Healthy, feed them Crushed
Bone.
OFFICE ANDjWAREBOOMS—
£24 EAST SECOND ST.
ASK YOUB GROCER FOR IT. ml 7 1
8. A. WILINiiY,
88 N. main St.,
—FACTORY AGENT FOB—
Babyßujgies.etc.
City Steam Carpet Cleaning Works, ']
I T —| JOHN BLOESER, Propr., 408 8. Pearl St.
k 'Fi A TKL-.Kr'HOIs PC 4,37.
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20-Tooth, 24-Tooth and 30-Tooth Rakes, '
The JOHN 1". MANNY MOWER is on ton, aud don't you forget it!
We carry the Red, White and Blue Mowe-: also, Btar Rake, and Ohio Sel'-Dum-i Rake.
BBNICIA HEADERS, EXCELSIOR BINDERS, ADVANiIE ENGINES, THRESHERS.
MONTGOMERY, GRANT &, CO.. 1
333 N. Eos Angeles St.. Eos Angeles, Cal. Also at San Bernardino, al 10m A
GALLUP, NEW MEXICO, COAL. j
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
CHAS. A. MARRINER, General Sales Agent.
Office and Yard. 607 East First Street. ; A
TELEPHONE 960.
Screened Lump Coal, Delivered Ixmse SI I co Per Ton.
" " " " in Sacks 18 00 " "
Singlo Sack, in Yard co Per Sack. }
" " Delivered 75 ••
CAR LOTS A BPECIALTY, mlO 3m I
Over $1,(100,000 Worth of Properties for Exchange.
A/IV^l" 1 A TJTWVQ ARE NOW OFFERING FOR ONE-FOURTH
■±y-l-\-/\~^-£^ —Ll .A. J_JL J_ value for cash several houses and lots.vacant \|
lots and desirable acre properties r A T ~| — "TV~T —FT A GOLD
in Los Augelea City and County. UN A. wanted
at onco by some of our cuitomers, who are willing to sacriilce choice properties Please
LAJSTP OFFICE,
Properties for exchange in OaUforuU and all Eastern States.
Ranch Properties for Sale or Exchange. Cheapest in California, mieji
B. H. HOWBLL. jj, GBAI9. tl
HOWELL & CRAIG,
IMPORTERS.
-:- Grocers, H
33, 34 and 36 South Los Angeles Street,
?.L°,rHos. 1, 77!. 4 - LOS ANGELES, CAL.
173 m
~ J
RECEIVED AND NOW ON SALE AT
HARPER & REYNOLDS CO. (1
Carload of those celebrated wronght-iron Home Comfort Ranges; also several car
loads of Cooking and Heating Stoves for Coal, Wood, Coal Oil and Gasoline J
on hand. *
A very fine assortment of Geo. Wostenholrn's I X L and Hnmason A Buckley's
Pocket Cutlery, American Carvers and Table Knives in fine cases, alsotho*'
celebrated brands of Razors, "Progress," ' Bengal," and Wade 6t Butcher
Complete stock of all kinds of Builders' Hardware and Mechanics' Tools alwava J
on hand. ' I
HARPEE & RJK V NOLDB CO.
48 and SO North Main Street. nlcw , m

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