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1 AKE IrERALD i TUESDAY MARCH 19 1889
I
I SOOTHING TO READ
t Reviews of Some Late Books and
Magazines
THE STORY OF WASHINGTON
i Balef Notes Concernin the Writers and
r Their WorksA Treatise of the Law
ji end Practices in Justice Courts
Speaking of the recent novel Hermia
Suydam Current Literature savs it is hav
ing hard luck with the critics With few
exceptions the book has been roundly de
nounced incontinently damned Not for
style nor interest of story but because of
its alleged immorality With all proper
respect for these various opinions we beg
to differ The book is not immoral veI is
brutal Its fault is that it is a fact instead
of fiction The book is in its fifth edition
The Fortnightly Review declares that the
t3ndency now in fiction writing is to spread
a little over a great deal of surface whereas
tie old fashion traceable from George Ellio I
back to Fielding was to fullness of incident
and matter Fiction has almost reached
the point of sheer bravado It describes
the popular novel as miracles inexhaust
ible nothingness in which the tiniest rivulet
of incident just trickles across a continent
of dialogue
ExCollege President James McCosh
writing to the Now York Ledger gives
it as an opinion that the novel may
yet come to be an authority on religion
He also declares that our best novels of I
late years have been written by ladies and
he thinks this will still be the rule
Mr Kirke Munro is writing a life of
Harriet Beecher Stowe He is collecting
material in Massachusetts
Carl Lumboltz the Australian explorer
whose book descriptive of four years spent
among the cannibals of Australia has been
translated into many languages is to de
liver a course of lectures before the New
York Geological society
Alfred Trimble is publishing a new
weekly called Lies
General Low Wallace contemplates writ
ing a historical novel the scene of which
i 3 to be laid in Rome It is hinted that he
wants the mission to that place that he
may prosecute his researches
Captain Driant of the French Zouaves a
soninlaw of Boulanger has written and
published a poem La Guerre de Demain
and has been condemned to thirty days
imprisonment for the offence No French
officer is allowed to publish any of his
works without permission but as this rule
is publicly honored in the breach more than
in the observance it is charged that the
soninlaw is punished for the fatherin
law Paris is indignant as a result
Guy de Maupassant is engaged on a new
novel entitled Fort Comme La Morte
On its publication lie is going to make a
journey through Africa We may draw
our own inferences
The George Sand by M Caro is cred
ited with being by far the most discrim
inating judicious and entertaining critique
ever given by this celebrated author and
woman It is translated by Melville B
Anderson
Honore Fragonard by Baron Roger
Portalis best known as the author of u
great work on the eighteenth century is
the result of the most patient research ar
duous labor and indefatigable study of an
cient documents His is a biography al
most without equal All the chefs VauvreS
of this French master as charming as
Clodian as provoking as Watteau yet with
some of the dash and passion of Rubens
have been conscientiously reproduced and
carefully classified until a rare perfection
has been attained It is described as one
of tho most beautiful volumes that has
war been seen
Donn Piatt editor of IJclfonlg Magazine
is sixtyfour years old and attends his office
as regularly as he did his sanctum in Paris
when he represented the United States
government there during the time of Na
poleon
The March Babyland has a dozen or more
charming pictures which will please the
youngest readers None of the periodicals
for the very little people excels the Baby
land Address D Lothrop Co Bos
I ton Mass
Dr Carl Lnmboltz of the University of
Christiana Norway has written a book
called Among Cannibals depicting his
long sojourn among the savage tribes of
northeastern Australia The book which
is to have numerous maps and illustrations
will be published by the Scribners
Rand McNally Co are about to erect in
Adams street Chicago a building for their
printing and publishing business which
will be nine stories in height with a front
age of 150 feet and a depth of 165 Its cost
is to be 500000 It is claimed that it will
be the largest and completest establishment
of the sort in the world But a similar
claim is made for the imposing structure
now going up at Fifth avenue and Sixteenth
street New York for the Judge and also
for the Methodist book concern building at
Fifth avenue and Twentieth street New
YorkTieDiary
The Diary and Letters of Gouverneur
Morris are about to be brought out in Lon
don as the most important American diary
ever published
Mrs Harriet Beecher Stowe has so im
proved in health as to be able to revise the
biography of herself written by Rev
Charles Stowe and Mr Kirk Munro The
book will be published soon by Houghton
Mifflin Co
Messrs J B Lippincott company
announce the publication of a Cyclopaedia
of the Diseases of Children medical and
surgical by American British aDd Cana
dian authors edited by John M Keating
M D in four volumes to be sold by sub
scrition The first volume will be issued
early in April and the subsequent volumes
at short intervals
The Century Dictionary is to contain
some features new in dictionaries one of
which is the entry of everything in the one
alphabetical order abbreviations and for
eign phrases as well as common words
While the plan of the work excludes bio
graphical and geographical names yet such
adjectives as Chinese Darwinian etc
derived from proper names will find place
and be fully defined
THE STOny OP WASHINGTON THE NATIONAL
CAPITALBy Charles Burr Todd author of
The Story of New York etc Illustrated
New York G Putnams Sons Price 2175
The guidebooks tells us about Washing
ton but they tell us in a way that we dont
like to be told as they run to figures sta
tistics statements made on the square and
level and to prosiness Mr Todd writes
a story that is entertaining as fiction while
it contains the facts about the great and
handsome city The capital city be
longs to all the American people and all of
them are interested in it The author does
not go into the minor details which are
useful only to the local resident but draws
such a picture of Washington as will enter
tain and instruct all and furthermore his
description will make the reader proud that
the nation has so beautiful and grand a
capital The book abounds in illustrations
and is printed and bound in the highest
style of the art
A TREATIES ON THE LAW AND PRACTICE IN
JUSTICES Conuis as determined by the
htatues and decisions of the states of Cal
fornia Colorado Nevada and Oregon and the
Moa ananUtah
territories of Arizona Idaho Montana Utah
and Washington In civil and criminal cases
with a full collection of forms By Jabez F
Cowdery of the San Francisco bar In two
volumes San Francisco BancroftWhitney
j company Price 13
1 There has long been a demand for a work
j of this character both by the hundreds of
Justices and by the lawyers who practice in
t their courts Very few of the justices can
afford to purchase the books which they re
quire for the intelligent and legal perform
ance of their duties and not many of the
Justices can afford the time necessary to
collect and learn what is enacted for them
to know in regard to the law the plead
ings forms and so on The procedure in
the states and territories west of the Rocky
mountains is similar the statutes of Cali
fornia having been very closely followed
in all the Slope commonwealths and yet
I there is enough of difference to preclude
the possibility of a justice in one
i
a
rsi relying upon the course practice and
decisions in another These differences i are
clearly marked and defined in the Treatise
the statutes being given either in substance
or in the exact phraseology of the codes
the variations being stated in the notes
Mr Cowdery who is an old practitioner
has very thoroughly covered the ground
both as to civil and criminal cases and has
given a work which is in itself a com
plete law library not only for the jus
tice but for the lawyer whose practice does
not go outside the justices courts Some of
the chapters are adapted to practice in the
higher courts but the work is essentially
one for the justice The arrangement is
convenient and easily understood the sub
jects beingclassfied and treated under their
respective heads as pleadings trials
appeals costs contempt bail
and so on The chapters number fifty
eight A comprehensiveindex accompanies
the work
The HomeMaker
Marian Harlands new magazine the
HomeMaker becomes moro interesting with
each issue The number for March has a
long list of contributors men and women
and they write of things connected with
home and home life instructively and pleas
antly The home literature department is es
pecially entertaining and many of the con
tributions are beautifully illustrated Ad
dress JIomcMakcr 24 West Twentythird
street New York
The New Moon
This litte periodical shows steady im
provement each number displaying evi
dences of the care and discrimination with
which it is edited The March issue pre
sents an entertaining table of contents em
bracing fiction literature current com
ment household hints and humor Ad
dress Xew Moon Lowell Mass
The Writer
Among the contents of the March number
of the Writer are timely and instructive
papers on dialect spelling international
copyright college preparation for news
paper work American fiction journalism
reporters ethics experiences with publish
ers together with numerous and valuable
hints and suggestions to all classes of liter
ary workers Already has this publication
come to be recognized as a most useful if
not necessary publication by authors
journalists and critics Address The
Writer Boston Mass
The Phrenological Journal
The March number of this periodical
opens with an account of the achievements
of Royal E House the electrician Samoa
and the complications with regard to its
government is discussed in the editors new
instalment of Notable People and sketches
of Mr Sewall Mrs Benjamin Harrison
and the Cardinal Lavigerie with fine por
traits are included under the same title
Tricks of Memory Faith and Providence
A Word for the Criminal The Tenement
Evil Two Cases of Epilepsy will enlist the
close attention of every reader So will
Prof Sizers crisp articles on Traveling
Salesmen and Business men Child Culture
Science and Industry and the other depart
fscl en r 1 k h rseh f
ments are solidly packed with what is help
ful in every day life the whole making a
number rich in seasonable topicsAddress
Fowler Wells Company 777 Broadway
New York
Mr C J Smith traveling salesman for
Belford Clark Co Chicago had the mis
fortune to sprain his wrist most severely
I was suffering great pain he says and
my wrist was badly swollen a few appli
cations of Chamberlains Pain Balm re
lieved the pain and reduced the swelling in
one night and in consequence my business
was not interrupted for which 1 am very
grateful I can recommend Chamberlains
Pain Balm from personal experience
Sold by Z C M I drug department
Ross Pharmacy for fine stationery
Shaffer d OConnor Stationers
removed to fourth door south of Walker
House with C H McCoy druggist A
full and complete line of stationery
For window shades go to S H Marks
Co opposite Temple
For lace and chenile curtains lowest
price at S R Marks Co opposite
Temple
Dont loaf on the street corners Yon
can advertise for situation without charge
in TUE HHKALDS want column
Getting In Nice Shape
Bobby had dipped back into the dining
room and was hurriedly dfoyssing a second I
piece of the apple pie when his mother came
In
You said I could ma he remarked in
answer to her reproof You told me I
mustnt go over to Willie Waffles until I was
In apple pie order an a boy cant get in ap
ple pie order on only one pieceNew York
Sun
Baby Carriages
Beautiful assortment all prices at
Dinwoodeys If
Visit the MIKADO for silk handkerchiefs
CARD OF THANKS NO2
Dear Puhlfc We always had an idea that
you would give us the preference if we sold
cheaper than anyone else our fondest
expectations are now realized Thanks
many thanks
In selling goods on such small profits we
can scarce afford to present you with ex
pensive paper medalswhich though hand
some will be found of no use whatever
leather ones are betterthere is nothing
like leather it is tough so are we it is
elastic we are a little that way inclined
ourselves We have been tanned curried
and fleeced this dressing has produced
qualities in us that are resurgent resucita
tive recuperative reanimative rehabilita
tive rejuvenative revivifying rebut
there language is inadequate We will
conclude with kind regards as you know
how it is yourself and those who do not can
learn at
G W DAVIS Agent
NOTICE
The regular general meeting of the stock
holders of the Peoples Equitable Coopera
tive Association will be held at 730
in p m heol we Monday room March of the 25 Social 18S9 i
hall Salt Lake city to hear the report
of the board of directors and to transact
any other business that may be presented
A full attendance is desired
L W Ricnxnns
Secretary
CAUTION TO PIRATES
It having come to my knowledge that
dealers and millers are pirating the Pioneer
Roller mills brands of flour all parties so
offending are hereby cautioned to desist
and avoid prosecution for violation of the
law for protecting trademarks Purchas
ers are requested to see that the Pioneer
Roller mills brands and my name are on
every sack ELIAs MORRIS
Proprietor Pioneer Roller Mills
An Immense Salt Trust I
I
EIST SAGINAW Mich 18 The formation
of the salt trust now seems assured Michi
gan manufacturers met here last week in
secret and agreed to form a combination
The idea is to shut down all the works
where fuel costs so much that there is only
a narrow margin of profit and the product
in each district to be regulated by the arc n
it can control The entire salt producing
territory of the country will be included in
the trust It is to have a capital of
25000000
What you need is a medicine which is
pure efficient reliable Such is Hoods
Sarsaparilla It possesses peculiar cura
tive powers G
Furniture made to order at S R Marks
Co
Morris di Cos Photographic Studio
No 64 W Second Scuth street Cabinets
i3 per dozen Hafens celebrated crayon
enlargements
Ross Pharmacy for face powders if
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THE NEWS IN OGDEN
Several Forgeries have Been
Lately Perpetrated
THE NEW NEWSPAPER VENTURE
The Heal Estate Transfers First District Court
Proceedings Police Court Pickings
Gambling Houses The Hotor
SALT LAKE HERALD BUHEAU g 1
MAIN STREET > jrf
OLDEN March 19
The real estate transfers last neT
amounted to 8230000
The streets are getting dried out and
travel is easier and mON numerous
The motor made a number of trips to
Five Points Sunday and carried a large
number of passengers to and from church
In the first district court yesterday the
of case Alex Toponse vs the Corrinne Mill
Canal and Stock company was still on
trial
The case of Ben Garr for running a
gambling house was to have been heard at
10 am yesterday but was continued by
common consent
The John A Dix post G A R ball at the
city hall last night was attended by about
one hundred couples Fords full orchestra
furnished the music and there was a gen
eral good time had by everybody in attend
ance
The newspaper venture spoken of some
days ago is rapidly assuming tangible
shape A stockholders meeting was held
Saturday evening when it was decided to
start a daily about the first of next month
The room formerly used by the Brunswick
restaurant has been secured
Several cases of forgery have been per
petrated tn this city during the past few
weeks Sheriff Belnap has gone to Denver
after cne man and Saturday evening
another crcok forged the name Barnard i
White to a check for 3000 and succeeded
in getting it cashed by Aaron Jackson on
the bench The last culprit got clear out
of town and it is doubtful if he will be
captured
In the justice court yesterday before
Judge Dee the case of the People vs
George Wesley Rose was on trial The
complaining witness Mrs Caroline A
Rose exwife of the defendant was by de
cree of the First district court given a
divorce and chattels of the late partership
consisting of two horses valued at fJ0
each and a wagon harness etc and the de
fendant faled to deliver them to the com
plaining witness though he bad been asked
to do so As the defendant drove the horses
away the complaining witness swore out a
complaint against him seeking to recover
the goods given her by the court
The conclusions of the case will be given
in tomorrows issue
Real Estate Transfers I
Tae following transfers of real estate
have been filed for record with the recorder
of Weber county between Saturday noon
and yesterday noon
Gideon M Freeman and wife to Utah
Loan and Trust company a part of the SW
M section 33 township 6 S of range 1 W
mortgage 1000
mGi og1
Gideon M Freeman and wife to Benjamin
F Schantz deed to above described land
1000
George K Hill and wife to Solomon C
and William J Stephens a part of the NW
K of section 4 township 5 S of range 5 W
5000
William Emmett and wife to Mrs Alex
ander McGregor a part of lot 1 block 27
plat A 2GOO
D H Peery Jr et al to Annie E Crocker
16t 5 in Capital Block subdivision block 30
plat 3 8500
Utah Central Railway company to James
Weir the SE X of the NE J and the
SW i4 of the S13t of section 3 town
ship b S of range 2 W 100
Emily Sewell and Joseph Sewell to James
D Stone a part of the S Ja of the SW Jj
of Becton 4 township 0 S of range 2 W
1000
John V Bluth and wife to John Smuin
a partof lot 9 block 11 plat B 100
James Brings and wife to Julia Keisel a
part of the NW X of section 3 township
5 S of range 1 W 1750
John M Ratan to John M Wheeler a
part of the NW U of section 17 township
6 j S of range 1 W100
Joel F Bauchers et al to John Smith a
part of lot G block 33 platA 84000
Frederick E Blackman et al to George
A Barry et al a part of lot 10 block 31
plat3 520
Heber G Warner et al to William H
Campbell a part of lot 10 block 31 plat 3
tsoo Allan M Femming and wife to George
R Hill a part of the NW X of section 4
and part of the NE 3 i section 4 and 5 town
ship S of range 1 W tlCOO
Mr A T Fields one of the leading
merchants of Colfax Iowa says that
Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the best
cough preparation he ever used and recom
mends it to all withouthcsitation Sold by
Z C M I drug department
Ross Pharmacy for perfumery
Visit the MIKADO for baskets
The Herald
Bought and is now using the celebrated
SUPERIOR COPPERMIXED
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SEALED PROPOSALS
SEALED PROPOSALS TO FURNISH
pipes fixtures and all labor necessary to
construct n system of water works and to furnish
f W fe Y J rl
ish all Material and labor to construct a reser
voir on the grounds of the Territorial Reform
School at Ogden city Weber county Utah will
eiitl peho
be received at the onlce of the undersigned at
said Ogden city up to 9 oclock am of Tuesday
March 28 1889
Plans and specifications of the same can bo
seen at the once of the superintendent of con
struction on said Reform school grounds
The right to reject any and all bids Is reserved
by the trustees
By order of the trustees of said school
H H ROLAPP Secretary
L + C e + KARRICK
THE HATTER
Miller Youman and Knox Hats
ALSO
CHRISTYS HAT OaD01T ENG
LATEST NOVELTIES IN
s a Fir1e Furnishb1gS
TROY STEAM LAUNDRY AND DYE WORKS
No 142 Main Street
STEWART cL CO
FASHIONABLE
TAILORS
237 Main Street Opposite Walker House
Fine Imported Goods Firstclass Work and Perfect Fit Guar
anteed Patronage Solicited
GEORGE A LOVE
SALT LAKE CITY AND OGDEN UTAH
Columbus and Standard Buggies
Phaetons Surrey Wagons and Road Carts handsomely finished
durable and at very low prices
PLANET JUNIOR HORSE HOES AND GARDEN TOOLS
Mowers Cord Binders Sulky Rakes Headers
SCHUTTLER FARM AND SPRING WAGONS
Ames Portable Engines Leffel Wheels Saw Mills Barb Wire Iron
Fence Wire Netting Pumps and Lawn Mowers
D A SHILEY OSCAR GROSHELL
SHILEY GROSHELL CO
REAL e e e ESTATE I
rE OFFER
SS 5 curd ctpworcls Lots in City Park Sub
division only two blocks from Denver Rio Grande Depot In
vestigate
SOO aide ULiDAvorcls Lots in Muscatine
Place the best subdivision in Salt Lake City r = J
> O aricl tap wards Lots in Buena Vista over
Jordan on Utah Nevada Railroad The finest addition ever
platted
JLEASE NOTE S
All lots in the above additions are for sale in monthlyin
stalments of 5 and upwards to suit purchaser If you are look
ing for snaps surely one of the above must catch you
We have also a large list of Acreage suitable for platting
Business Property and Residences Some very desirable bar
gains in Vacant Property on the North Bench in the Twentieth
and Twentyfirst Wards CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED
SHILEY GROSHELL CO
Corner Main and Second South Streets Salt Lake City Utah
SHO CASES
Ii yoxi cctiit Cs S110V Case ot tit a iit
ONEHALF PRICES USUALLY CHARGED
Come to the undersigned Finest workmanship Our Cases arc in use at the
following places
C H McCoy Druggist Salt Lake City H Shimming Grocer Salt Lake City
Johnson Pratt ti Co Druggists Salt Lake City I S M Stiefel
Christian Rix Bakery H Ostcrlob Bakery Provo
A Reinhold Druggists j Higgins Grocery Co Ogden
And many others I refer to any of the above
A FINE LINE OF OFFICE DESKS at Cut Prices Examine and Investigate It will pay you
Oscar Grjrosliell T E Second South
Member American Ticket Brokers Association
RAILROAD TICKETS
BOUGHT SOLD AND EXCHANGED
O Cut Hates to Any Point in the United States
O i CALL ON US WE CAN ALWAYS SAVE YOU SOME
MONEY
GROSHELLS CUT RATE TICKET OFFICE
7 E SECOND SOUTH STREET
SALT KAKI CITY UTAII
DAVID JAMES CCL
TINNERS PLU1MBERS
Gas and Steam Fitters
Dealers in Plumbing Material Pumps Pipes and Fittings
Steam Heating Supplies Tin and Iron Roofing Galvan
ized Iron Cornice Guttering Garden Hose and Lawn
Sprinklers Water Filters Etc
No 6 JMLedLxiL street
Z CI M 1 I 1 SHOE FACTORY
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The Best
The Cheapest
And Honte = anode
ALL STYLES VARIETIES AND PRICES
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MERCHANTS
i DO YOU
Neglect Country Advertising
130 YOU
Want to Reach the Farmers of
Utah in their Homes
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WHAT HAVE YOU TO SAY
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and Mining Districts of Utah and the
SURROUNDING TERRITORIES
OUR BIG GIFT PLAN
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Bigger Recent Improvements
in this edition have
ALMOST TREBLED ITS CIRCULATION
Within a Year and its Monthly Increase
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Send for Free Sample Copies and Circulars of the Big
Premium Distribution to Occur April 9 1889
FAUERBACH BRO
Our immense new spring stock has nearly all arrived by this time and as usual
it is replete with bargains in all departments A few of these we will pick out for spec in
mention In our
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DOI11estic De1aJltrrlen1
WE HAVE A SPECIAL LINE OF APRON GI GHAMS 14 yardsfor 100
only a limited quantitySo come early
Also beautiful assortment of American and Scotch Dress Ginghams
We take the lead in SATINES both as to quality and price Inspectour stock and
convince yourselves The usual 10ccnt quality we are selling at 12 yards for 100 At
121i cents per yard we have a large and varied assortment lish patterns and newest
shadessold elsewhere for 15 cents
FRENCH SATINES IN ENDLESS VARIETIES OF PATTERNS Handsome
designs in Challi Cloth 12 yards for 100
One lot of Embroidered Cashmere Scarfs at S125 each
One lot of Embroidered Cashmere Scarfs at S175 each
EXTRAORDINARY VALUES IN CURTAIN NET All new goodsWhite or
ecru at 12 < c15c 20c 223c 23o 30c 33a > 40c 50c per yard and upwardstheyre
worth i at least 50 per cent more
COLORED MADRAS CURTAIN NET 15c and 20c per yard and upwards
LACE CURTAINS per pair i5c 10015 8135 150 8175 200 8225 250
300 ssou MUU 450 fouu and upwardsmust be seen to be appreciated
We have also a complete assortment of OTTOMAN MADRAS SILK and
ANTIQUE CURTAINS exceedingly low prices
LACE PILLOW SHAMS at > 0e 25c 40c and 50c each
One lot of Huck Towels at 23 cents worth 35 cents
One lot of Damask Towels at 30 cents worth 50 cents
One lot of Tinsel and Raw Silk Tables Covers at 100 would be cheap at 5150
One lot of Bed Marseilles or Hone combS5 cents
One lot of Bed SpreadsWhite or Colors 120
Oiar OloaJtec J3ojjaartinei3t
can now show the finest and largest stock ever brought to this city It comprises the
latest novelties in NEWMARKETS PEASANT COATS and BEADED WRAPS and
the prices are low enough to attract attention
Sill arid Dress Goods Depart =
111ent r
is now full of bargains and novelties Wo will only select a few items for special men
tion
One lot of Gros Grain Silk Genuine Guinet 65c worth 100
One lot of Gros Grain Silk Genuine Guinet The worth 125 in black only
One lot of Surah Silkall the latest shadesi5e worth SlOO
One lot of Moire Silkall the latest shades 75c worth 110
In our CARPET DEPARTMENT we have now a complete stock of all grades
INGRAIN3PLY TAPESTRY BRUSSELS AXMINSTER WILTONS and
VELVETS Prices as low as is consistent with good quality
Also a handsome lino of JAPANESE and SMYR A RUGS
OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT offers One lot of Childs Suits at SI 50
One lot of KneePantsat 100
The SHOE DEPARTMENT also deserves mention We have the best 300 SHOE
for Ladies ever offered in Salt Lake Ciiy We can fit all feet for we have them in all
widths B C D E
h
yv e nave also a Splendid 100 Shoe for Men Lace Button or Congress All sizes i1
and widths
MILLINERY STOCK is now complete PASSEMENTERIES and DRESS
TRIMMINGS in endless variety
Dont fail to inspect our BARGAINS in
Embroideries Flouncings Lace Etc Etc
Mail Orders Promptly Attended To
ONE PRICE TO ALL
FG AUERBACHBROe
WIIiIlIAM CARROLL
Architect Contractor and Builder
No 12 W FIRST SOUTH STREET
DESIGNS SPECIFICATIONS ESTIMATESElegantly gotten up reliably prepared ae
curately calculated The above promptly submitted on application at moderate rates
HEATINGLatest improved system for the diflussion of heat
SANITARYParticular attention given Best plans adopted for avoidance of malaria and
security of health
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Didicus Kern the Eastern Professional Architect will
be ready to attend to all the above departments of my business
ALL VORI GUARANTEgD
LATEST STYI4ES OP
G AS F IfrrYT1E
Heesch Ellerbeck
NO 49 E FIRST SOUTH STREEr
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