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rr A HERALD if-d -A JL PKICE FIVE CENTS. EL PASO. TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBEK 11. 1897. VOL. XVII, NO. 269 IOSHUA S. RAYNOLDS, PRESIDENT; M. ULYSSES S. STEWART, CASHIER; JOS. F. TIKIS W. FLOURNQ: VICE PRESIDENT It'R - - - THE NEWS IN aammmmm.mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmK WILLIA ASST. CASHIER. PUZZLING S GENERAL, gii PIEST L BANK i nr -r- " W A Paso, Capital, Sarpius and Profits H. L NEWMAN, Banker, AUSTIN. Ca.hier. H. W. H. EH ?aso, A General Banking Mexican Money and Exchange Bought and Sold. SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT. Bullion Bought. C. R. MOBEHEAD, President. JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, Vioe Pres. State National Bank, - Established April, 1881. A legitimate bankings business transacted In all its branches. Exchange vn all the cities of the United States bought at par. Highest prices paid for Mexican Dollars. , About our shoes, they are made "upon honor," by man ufacturers whose reputations are not for sale. We've got enough faith in these shoes to stamp our name on every pair, and we are selling them at half usual profits. DPEW Sb SON. Sho Dealers. W TTT 1'TITT fTTTy See the.... in. 4 'I 'I '1 'i' 'I' 'I f 1 I1 I1 I i C. C. TANNER & BRO., HARDWABE. umm mtnmWffTmmmmfn mm m& 125.00 $30,001 I $35.00 THESE ARK OUR PRICES FOB NEW 1897 WHEEIJB. 501 p Commencing August 11th, until all are sold, we 5 will close out our stock of bicycles at greatly reduc-5 E ed prices. Special prices on all sundries. zzz r H McCutcheon Payne & Cog 5 SHEU302ST BL.OOK 3 'Aim lliiUUi UlUiiUlii iliiiiiii iUUliiiK A PATRIOTIC OKDEB Promotion The League for tin of American Institutions. New York, Novemhi r 11. The an nual cooveoti d f te Nst ounl League for the promotion of American In.-titu-pioti f pened today at the headquarters f the movr me jfou Madiscn aveme, the n .t onal president, William II Parsons, presiding The organfz iti n was brought into txi teres eigi t yet.ri to I r f.u purpose of securing con r i.'-.u purpose of securing ccj. i et tutonal and lvt i-lative safeguards for the protecion of the cjmaou school ry t -m and ou er Americau ic s ita'i nf, t promot-j public instruc tion in ba mooy wiih s. h. institutions, and to prevet-t all sct ir an or de nominator! .ppr ipriations of pub ic foids. Tte a rual report of tbt; gen tral'secretaiy! Jatcs N. Kinr, shows thai the league ba receive d "eon-idt r ab'e ncouragemi nt In it worn, Tbera are now over twtmy live state that have adopt 3d amendmfnts to their co s' itutions prohibiting r di vision of the common school fund a d eecta'iai appr jptiatiors The league has also b :en successful in securing a stroiig puttie sent:nert io favor of a proposed eixteattu amndment to the coat;.tutiou of the United States, wbi h pj.oyides (.baf "Eei'tjer ccpgrets i ph ny ttate shall pa5s any law re-ptct n the est iblifhmeot of a rel pio-i or p o hibit tbe fiee exerci-ie thereof, cr use the property t'r credit of the Unit el S'a'e1. or of any state r a-y mon ey raisicVby taxtim, of Ethor(Z'jd any tob- for 'w purpose cf fouod iDg, malota'rlngorai' log, by appro priation, payment for sc vices, exp n ee, orotherwi e, ar.y fhu.ch, relitious soc'.ef, or an i's i ution. society r r uultvnkm? wbicli is wholly ov i-j part under 6ec-a iaa or cccles-iis lol control. This proposed amendment has r ctived the iod irseotent of pa riot ic orders representing over four million vote-8, and also that of the Methcdis ?, Baptist, Presbyteria-s, Congregati li ft is1, Quakers and other re igious societies of tbe couotry, expressed (brougb their general councils or oib Texas, SI50.C00 I NEWMAN, Jr. Asa't Cashier. Texas. Transacted. Business Gold and Silver J. H. J. C. LACKLAND, Cashier RUSSELL, AflB't Caahler. THERE ISN'T ANY GUESS WORK STOVET ....Before Buying. Have received a carload of Cooking and heating Stoves, including a fine line of Base Burners. We have a Carload of Man tels and Grates en route. Call and see samples. $40.00 THESE ARE OUR PRIOE3 FOR NEW 1897 WHEELS. er delegate nice' logs. Board Home Mission?. Indianapolis, Iud., November 11. Tne committer on home missions ap poimed by tha last general assembly of the Presbyterian church held at Yiuona Lake, this state, last summer, UisetLbled here today, li .v. Dr. James L. Witbrow "of Ch caxo is cl airman and Governor .Mount vice chairman. commutee is spejincauy pbprucfc: bj " i"e s uuu aa me 'Indiana and report to the next general assemb ly. Ui-der the Ian in quejt on each sy nod takes care of its home mis ions, and seeds whatever surplus it may have to tbe home mission board in New York city, while under the existing plan etuh By nod StpJ its entire colJec tio s io tte Loai d' and rect jtes in re turn its pr portiunate thare. "The In diana plan Las attraitel wide and fay orable attention. Missionary Rally. Philadelphia, Pa., November 11. ILere will be a great missionary rally tonight in ihe academy rf music, uodi r Hte au? pices' of tha Mvthocist Ueuonintt ou, as to tne inautiUratit H of a moyemt ut t create grett-i; in er list in tu,& work by -p.:eailing accurate iu'ormaiK n ri tardiug the missionary held of the aenomin ttion, not only in tbia couttry but In distant lacds. Bish ops Foss aod Warren arrived here this morning to take part a the pipjec- Gold Botids for Silvtr Men. The people of the U' ited States may or may not tecure ihe free and un limittd eoin8ge of eUyer at sh9 ratio of lu to 1; but;- whether tbey do or not, tWey know that gold will always be trond mocey and a legal tecder for all debts the world over So why not in Vit in a Mutual Life Five Per Cent. Gold Bond and feel that your family will at your dea h be surely protected? This is not politics; it is business. S. H. Newman. Mutual Life. TO a woman, sometimes, to know where to buy really gocd Maple Syrup. Watson's Maple Syrup IS exactly what Map'e Syrup (mould be. 1 have it een? me by a farmer in Vermont, whf-re the law says all maple pii'jrur shall be pure, and takes to to have it so. VfrnioDt Maple Syrup, too, bas the repution of being the bert in the country. Thft's the shell. whole story in a nut- Pclr.t for you to consider is whether it isn't bttter to buy where you kcow it'p r eht; b( re no f -u tTi- made prsparition h-ds admittance: or so whera any old tbio is sold. 1 75 el Gallon. J. B. Watson, The Grocer. ;or. Ban Antonio and Stanton Siree' Phone 151. ELi 3ASO, 1TaZAS. PER MONTH BUYS SELECT ONE OF THESE. (All modern styles up-to-date 18AT goods.) THE A. B CHASE the only octayo pedal. THE FISCHER the artistic piano of America. THE CROWN a pi mo and orchestra combined. THE STERLING sterling in quality as well as in name. THE SCHILLER costs less money worth IQO cents on every dollar of cost. t G. WALZ COMPANY. Music Store, Bicycle aud Sew ing Machine Depot El Paso, - - Texas. t 'I' 'I' 'I' 'J' 'i' 'J 4' '1 .J .J 'J' Ji f The Nations' Buildmg! i St XAHES THE IIOliN X f One of tbe latest structures of E. -f 4 Krause Architect. 1 he l:st build-.' l iDgs In the city, uo'h public HDd pri- vaie, aroofmy designs. Get com- 4 T petition and save money. Come and see me If you tuink of building, 4 I E. KRAUSE. I Room 55 Sheldon Block. EL, PASO. - - . . ' TEXAS. 1 - " ' ili ifc iti itti iti iti tii - - TTTTTTTnrTTXTTTTTTTTVTTTTTT A. H. WHITMER, O. D. S. Dentistry in all its branches. 0lt)ce Over Santa Fe Ticket Office. OLD PRLNCETON. Will Try I r. f Charles Shields fpv, In dorsing hiskey Application. Princeton, N. J., November 11. Toe Pies'jjt ;ry of New Brunswick, which has d-. njmiattiunal jurisdiction over Pricctt jn, aid i s surroundings, assembled this inorninjf in 'the Firtt churu-i'iii special stssion for tbe pur p so of consider ing tha uc;ion of Kev. Charlei W. SLields, o e of the prc fecsirs in Prin-etn university, in sigriag the application of the Prirci ton Ion for alcease to sell in toxic iting liquors. The Piesbytery m-et in special eession upon ths c'omacd tl Professor-Shields 1 l im-itlf. Tha sub jet 'was broached at the la-it 'regular me iog of tbe Pie?bytery some six weis since, but WbS laic ovt r until thd noxt assembling in January. Di.-r- Pi o- ing tbe past two weeks, howuer, crous'y 1 rtai n of I denounced for his action by certain of the den ir.inatiotal pspe s, m wll as by various mfnisters .cd laymen of high ' standing in tbe de. omin'itit'n.' thu-. he has det rmiDed f M- 'tig the ' ma-gr to fln jssut., and hence Lis de-' matu, which was teaiily trn eJ, for a special mee ing of the body. Rv. i First Presbyieri n church, of Nc . i Brunswick, c.vltjd tha gathe l-g to ytui iuu iu was utj j. ea to conduct ijvce-iOiogB wnn clos.d dtors. It a uuug-siuuu LUU.U it tz IBtt ler W 11 UU uuiu o..a u'uhu u uy tue i- iroouct on of a resolution strongly condemning Prof. Shitlcli for. signing tfio liautr Ill . : .. 1 1 .- . I J 1 . . . . . lictinse patiiou- sidnit Pa to ti of tte u iversity wil- tike up the cudgels in behalf of h's assoeia'e and if the votiis against the latter it is u d.-r-stood that he w. 1 at once withdiaw from the Presby er.an micistry. Prc ftssor Shit Ids is one of the oldest pro fe'sors in point of ter ic3 in Princeton Thirty-two yea s ago Li wa'ele ted to the chair of the harmony of s.-ie ce and rebelled religion, and this profes-6-7! eh p ha still boida, A Short .Report on All Subjects of Interest. A DULL KEWS DAY. Sot Enough Trausptrea to Make Up a Full Press Report. There Was Only One Appointment Today in Washington- Sour Crrapes Kurtz. Washington, November 11. The Post this mornine prints an in'erview wi'h Kurtz, f-x chairman of the Ohio state comm ttee, in whicb he says the retirement of Hanna is as ured. It will be done by republican votes. Mr. Kurtz fay-: "The recent flection show Hanna is not wantel by the par ty and tbe divs of hi9 bssism are over, ard the pTy is dead if it does Dot wipe out Hnra. It was all we could do to k( ep thena from repudiating Mm optnlvtd l s:Dr Governcr Bushnell in tbe lump tht would be su-e to ft 1- low." The Fever Tying: Out. New Orleans. November 11.- -The yc liow fever is gradually dying out. Only five cew caees and 4 dratbs were reported up to midnitrht. Tbe frost i . gradually ki!iin? ott germs. Mobile 3 newHiases and 2 deaths reported. In are The Markets. New York, November 11. Silver 571; lead 3.65. Killed on the Track. CHKSTi-R, Pa., November 11. Cbas. Roberts, president of the South Ches ter Manufacturing crmpany, and Chss. Weed, president of tbe liJeaer Steel company, were killed last nigbt by the north bound express train on tbe Philadelphia, WilmiDgon & Balti more railway. They were walking on the tricks, engsepd in earnefrt conver sation and did not hear the train. Fret-zing Miners. La Salle, 111.. November 11. One hundred half clad imcers and their families are fre:zicg here t'dty. A co;! wave s vett ove tnis cit v in tne alia of the storm last nignt. The snU'erlrjsr amon2 men, wemeo ana chil dren is intense. No such de-ritutioa was ever seen in this part of Illinois lefore. Tbe. miners are in a th even ing and ugly' moid. Burglarized a Postoifice. Dallas, Noveaiber 11. Tie saft in the poctJllue at Myrtle fcprmtrs was blown tpen with aytarale latt night aud roobed of a la ge sum cf epoits for the covei-Dmetit. Cit- usds opeceu nr e on two burg.ars and 2 tne puched battle tnut toaowed two nzens we wound-.d and tbe burgiars scaped. JJub j.iiifou'8 Daughter Married. Chicago, Novemb -r 11. Yes'erday Miss Jennie, daughter of Robt. E. Lin coln, went out and man i-d W m. Beck- with, an old n.vee.b.eart th.t thj Lic- to.u lamlly strongly ot-i-.ct n to Jen- nia came turns last mnt and o. nfesscd ibis morn;pg. Mr. Lincoln had a long interview with bis unexpected sjn-in-law and now everybHg is lovely. A Price on Uarrios' liel, San Francisco, Noemb r 11. A price' has been placed upjn tbe head of I Pred.dmt Bariios of Guatemala. Ti.ose uhosulTered from his cruel per secution &rj willing to pay o(J,Oi;0 in gold lor Lit life. 'Itie Guatemala ruler is using every precaution to protect himself against assa sius. Xn iTaut's Ca se. San Francisco, November 11. Preparhtious are going ou t day for the exejuiion" ot Durrani tomorrow. Telegraixs anent tbg ' cn'se are flying thuik te.iwtenhcro and Wa hitgtiu. His Parents i?i ei him a:.d told Lim hd would not be big tomorrow, but hi appeared unconcerned. A Bier Kl lZft. Chicago, November 11. Nine fam ilies were rendered bomelesb wben the four ttory ''Han" departaicnt ttore on Mil'AaUr ei aveaue was completely des troyed by tire nd four to ages der molished by the faling vfaUstar'Jy this LDOiLi:.g. ' TLti iocs wi 1 amount to S-jDO.OuU. Suow in Chicago. Chicago, November 11. The first srow fell in this cUy ibis morning tnd the changes lor an all day storm i j good. Tnere was a ga e on tae Jae lat night, but the worst effect of tne storm was jelt upon, the nbri'ji thoie. j The Xew Minis er tw China. Washington, Novemoer n. The presiueut tJi-ay apptintad entries Paon Hnvn of Ul it;.iiro. as rr in s-.r r Chit a Tue appointment was made pt the earn stteautstof Serctarv. Gaub. Boyn's p-rsoaai friend." ' t : End of the StviK Braidwood, Ilia., November 11 Wjtn tnrec minis runuing, aud fuur more to resume operations in the next forty-uiht Dcurs, the end of ue strike of the miters in the cyifce a iiiioo s oi ti ici ia o, sight'," MiyNot Jfang Tomorrow. sn Francisco. November 11. Theodore Dorrant may n -t hanr jTOCrrow thougu 8tnte.Qct(. Tt;e ueci-.-. ;,. ,.l tt.c cn,.i..,HHr.mil't at vvashint'- - - y r too hai notarrivtd here yet and calo hot ul kil Sunday. Tin own From his Horse aud Killed. J LLUK1U1, nuveuiutr li. Hiram I i . i.. .. ....ii i. . i .. A. amiiu. a win nuuviu vo o auo.'n and pioneer t-f Sao Juin cunty .was thrown froji his horse last night and died ted ty. Batterw vthis Better. Cleveland, November 11. Hon. Ben Buttfrworth bas i;v-sed the crisis and It rpor ed this morniug that ho may recover, y I ...Absolutely at Cost... I I NOTICffi. jA.ii cr-eciits discontinued at. .. C:0M aiiiiaaiiitiaiiUUiuuiliiiiiiUiuiilliUUiiUUiUiiuaiiiiaiiUK HOT STUFF. The Anarchists Celebrate the Tenth Anniversary of Haymarket Chicago, I'l., November 11. It is U u years today s'nee Parsons, Spies, Engel and Fischer exp'ated with their live uixin tcesciffold erected in the Cook county jail, tbe slaughter of po lice officf-r by tbe throwing of a bomb during &n anarohit demonstration in Havmarltet fc-qure, acd which is now known to history as the ''Haymarket tragedy," and the anniversary is be ing appropriately ob-e-ved by the various socia'istic and anarchistic so cieties tnat are yet in existence in Chicago. This morcinsr a number of organizations sssr mblcd at Gp-if hall, the birthplace of Chicago anarchism, and p-r-oeeded by Meciil train to Waldheim cemetery where the graves were d corated with i-flo'.vers. There was no formal demonstration, however. the manaemfnt i f thp cemff ry hav ing several vears since iv fu-ed to a'- b w it to be made the stamping n'a'-e for tbe advocates of exteime sent -ments. Tonight, however, the-re will be a great demonstration en the norrh sile under the auspices of no les than forty-nve trades uniors ni radical. socian-iic avkT sct-iil economic c'ubs It iii e vjtected t at I'rince Krapkopkin, . . r x ; . . . ; v. t i oi Xkiissia, win oe one oi tne speakers, and Eurra Goldman, the firv New York agitator, will deliver the German address. An address to the anarchists f tne world will also be read, which in pa-t reas as 'o'Jiows: ".It a years have pasted, and while the injunction has in larce measure taken the place of police and Pinker-, ton mtn, yet the voice of labor is more loudly demanding is rights today than ever bsfqre.' It the case of Persons and. his comrades, nurely the "blocd f the martyrs is the setd of tbe church," as is evidenefdby tbe fact that for one who preached against the injustice cf government and the in humanity of men towards men ton years ago there are thousands preacn- mg today. It is unor runa e. that the his'riry of, the world proved "that mam mca Mas always crucihed its becefac- tors, but it 's also recordtid tra.nkiod discovered its error and made repara tion for its crime by the buildiner of monuments and tmples. and chroni cling of their principles, acd the pub lication of their writings " The address concludes with tbe declaration: '"Parsons and his as sociates were killed, nt for any viol- lence ox ne law, but berau-e they were agitators a'd pbil-sophere, and had thought and spoken in tbe airec tion of industrial emancipation, and the cc-;iperativt commonwe'alva." Anniverfarv exercises will also be held this even irg in New York. Lon- Viu.n and elseht re. Jubilee Meeti' g1 Rochester, N. Y. November. 11. Tots city will be the s.ene next March of the gr atest gatbe-ing of the world's leaoeis of the spiiitua'i-tmcve-ment tht haf ye. been held. Jt wijl blunder the au-pices Qf tbe National Spiritualista associd oo, brtneing dele gates from every civilized country. Ti is nternaii ail congress will mark th fiftieth ai niversary of the advent of modern Spirit' aliatr, and Rochester was cbos- n a tl e place for the gaihep irg because it was here tuat thtj fa mous "knocking." firtt challenged the kt'.ention ol th-j world, riyiuonth Church. Brooklyn, N. Y., November 11. This is the closing and pr'neipal day ot the semi-centennial of p-iymouth Church. The sinkers include Rev. Dr. Washington Gladds". of Columbus, Qtlo, who aeab with tne -Social Pro b'.emsof Ihe Future;" President Tuck er of Dartmouth college, who foreeas-w the "'Church of the Futures" a? d Rtv. Dr. George A. Cii rctan, of the old south church ti BosiuD, who deals with "The Theology for Today." Killed her Brother's Murderer. Lexington, Ky., November 11. John Sebrea and Henry Dav engaged inaqumel ove' politics t'is morn ing and Source shr-t Davi- through the breast and killed him iostar.tly. Mollie Davis. u.siste' dead man, picked up her br( ther's pistil- and firei on Sbree killing him also. : More New Jackets. nave ixime in tnis wesir. ah the now i s-ylea, in luding the Russian Blouses ; An interesting letter on the collector in good materials ad i-olors. j ship ccn'eet will be found today on the i CftUfornia Store, ' third page of this paper. .OF BUSINESS. SI As I have decided to quit business I am offering my entire Stock rJ without reserve, ZZZ 9J its it? have on hard a full line of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Overcoats and Furnishing Goods. An elegant line of Dress Goods tat will be sold at cost. 0OOOOO3 THE JUROE WAS SICK. The Thorn Murder Trial Postponed. is A NEW TRIAL POSSIBLE. Martin Thorn Will Testify That Mrs. iiack Was the Murderer of Gnl densuppe. She Planned and Ao complished tbe Murder. New York. Novemb?r 11. A juror in the Tnorn t-il was taken sick tblj moraine and court adiournel. The iu""OP ie very iH with a crit:cal case of ! a.nnnnrtin.it.ta anil iho naon will nw.KaVil xt appendicitis and the case will probably nave to start anew, as loom's law yer won't agree to the substitute of an other juror. It was announced today by his lawyer that Thorn's story will be as follows: "Mrs, Nack, who eays I killed Guldeosuppe, conceived, plan ne j, plotted and accomplished the mur der of Guidensuppe. It was she who suggested the actual murder, who ar ranged hiring a house, cutting up and bundling up the remains. Mrs Nack herself shot Guide n-mppe with the re volver shown in court yesterdav. She went into the house at Woodside with Guldensuppe and returned and told me Gu'densuope was dead shot in temple by herself. Later that day she went back to the Woodside cottage, undres ed the body, cut it into four pieces. St e has reversed the true story, charg ing me with doing juet wfcat she did." New Developments-. Special Telegram to the Herald., Washington November 11. There were Ra new developments tody over tbe content for collectorship at El Paso. Everything is riuiet, bat con siderable work is beiag done. Br. Grant is autho:ity for statement thtt ths appointment of collector of customs for El Paso will not be made until December 20 when the collector of into nal revenue, marshal for the wes ern distr ct of Texas, and collector of customs for the Corpus Christi dis trict will be. nadt3 at the same time. A Hopeful Sif u. Washington, November 11. The administration ''s greatly gratified at the receipt of a telegram from Captain General Blanco, through Min:ser ce Lwne, announcing the rev cation of Weyler's inhumau cocc 'ntrationorder J This is regarded by all members of the administration as a hopeful si?n that Spain will eraiually accept th good Offices of tha Uuite 4 States to end the war and allqw Cuba tQ seoare its free dom. Suicide Bather Than Insanity. St. Louis, Mo., November 11. Al exander Gilliam, a rominent St. Louis business man and also one of the board of tnauauers of the Nixon Jones Print ing company, CDmmitltd suicice today at his home by shooting himself. Fear of insanity is said to have driven the man to self-murder. Tbe Sanchez Trial. Denver, November 11. Sanchez, charged wi'h wife killiag was put oo the stand today aud t title 1 he dream ed of killed Juis wife and when be awoke be found it tiue. ; An Insane Deed. Cedar Raiids, Iowa, November 11. Mr. Joseph Sodorna committed sui cide this mo. ning by pou i.g ker sene ove'- her clothes and sett.rg terself on liro. She wis insane. Sapt. Martin is down the line on business. M. E. Bicknell of the S. P. returned today from a west3rn trip. There are f irty-one people on today's Sunset Limited from tbe east. Ten through passengers for Mexico cane don ou this noon's Santa Fe train. Lost A wedding neck tie. For fur ther particulars inquire at tbe Santa Fe office. General Agent F. B. Houghton, of the Sarta Fe, returned tbia neon from a northern trip. Mr. Curtis of the T. & P. bas rone on a two weeks bu-iness trip through New Mexico and Arizona. One hundred and fifty sto;k cars are b"ing sent down into Mexico from the Santa Fe yard9. Part go to the Corra litos. Construction tools and equipment are beginning to arrive for tne White Oaks road, and the first consignment of rails will soon be here from Pittsburg. A Sata Fe engineer and conductor ran by their order the others day u) the iine, resulting in a rear end collision. which however, did not do much dama- age Both men have been detailed by tha management to inspect indifinitely tte ehnological peculiarities of tbe Peruvian coast A Santa Fe engineer acd conductor got caught betweer.j3tatiOT8 recently and there was a -slight shake up becausa tbe trainmen did not wait ou the sid ing as ordered. They took chances. Tbe chances proved bad, however, as they both drew blanks in the superin- tendent'sloffice, and now will turn their weary foot ep . down toward the Yaqul placers caiLug down heaven's richest blessings on the superintendent's devoted bead. A Si nta Fe engineer failed to look out for sigra'.s, ard ran past a siding where he had orders to stop. For sixty days this runner will devote h's time to experimental toxicology, the gener al morphology of plants and tbe em bryology of ecbioodermc Tbe head and rear brake men seamed to have been mixed up in it tbe misunderstand ing, and they will devotj thirty days to a critical study of Marine fauna. Tha firemen who called the engineer's at tention to his forgetfulness gets 10 cred it marks. "Good-Xight." comforts are the finest made. We have a full line of th"m both, in fine cotton and in eiderdown, covered with silkaline, French sateen and silk. Prices $2.25 to -H2.50. Ca'ifornia Store. Agral makes the food pore, wholesome aaf dclldoum. 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