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Tke Annual Kepnrt of I t , us urer It .inert to t h Secre tary of the Treuarj. WAR AND NAVAL EXPENDITURES. The Inertia I'aul Out on Account of Troultlc With Sain Is Over Six-tj-Vven Million Dollars. OOLD RESERVE THE HIGHEST EVER KNOWN. The supply of I. old Has dime I rum Tartans Sorres-SbaJ4lry Mi rer I ni Rednred In lliout MM Million li.. II ii. Washington, Not. 4 Tba treaaurer of thn United estates, Hon. E. H Kub an, haa submitted to tbe aecrttary of the tr a-nry the annual report on the transactions and cnnditiotif of the treas ury for the fiscal year. Tlie ordinary ftrenuee of Hi- Km-rii!ii-tit .. r fl'" all,::. .. an m-r-n of :o over tboa- of the previous year, whil- tlienet ordinary expenditures were l-IW.SrtV WI, an increase of 177, MM, US The re aallinir d-flciency of $i,0t1,MI exceed that o; th- previous year by f I0,UW,79H. Up to the rlnee of the llscjl year the XMraasc of tbe expenditures on ar coant of tha war with Ppain waa fi:t.- !r tlm war department and ka,4;'-for tli- nary n-;iirtiii tit. For the month of July. August, 3 pMlkaf and k'tober IWS, the expenditure of tbe uur iietmrtmnnt were l07,fJO,WW, belli" -!,'ll;t,':l greater than for Hm tain- inontba in I!'?. For the aatne mom .t thn year the nary department apenoitl $37,4W,i7. which waa tin, 0l4,lr.''i more than it m-nt in the like period in IMP, Up to Oct. ill, the war with Spain added to the iliaburaetiu.nl of Ikeae two d-urtmenta the auisi of I64,US.,M. Iiiii-iaiodently of t'te pr'-'t of r-v enna or expenditure, tbe treasurer n--Irani' the treasury aa I n.i,- tl stroll,', i at (be rloae than at Hi- o;a-niiir of the liscal year, the intlxiiilicatit ahniik.'iKe in the amount of the aaseta harit.K Nien more than compensated f.n In the improvement which took tilace in their liaracter Auainst a net loss of fff.Mai.fsin in the total holding nrailalMi for ' .1 opi-rationa of the ifov-riiinent tber- a a gain of upward of pud.ono,. 000 in frc' Koid, coupled with an III- creas- of -H-arly .':i,iai,sio in aloiut, ly ecnr-d ilepiaiita with latiikaaiid then', chaiiKi were effected at no gr-nter -oat than the loa of so much in silver and treasury note The total available assets v-n s7t,. J4,:i77 on June W, IWT, and $S1P,00,. ?!ti i ir iuter Uv the ml. in. f the unavailable aaaeta earned by the dert tnent Ml totalaare awelled to fU04, 4(l,r7l, and f",(,l4l respectively. The total rurrvney of all kind in cir culation how an increase of flal.iuift, S4W in i he former year, mid one of $I,'I7 -7'..'.,'.. l in tbe Utter, a gain fj;;i,::i, in:t far tbe two year. In a chapter in which (he treasurer re view the history of the lie gold bal ance in the treasury, he say that prior to Kept. I, ISUM, the higbe! Matf which thia latlauce had ever altaiued, waa f'.Mo,. Obb.'.'llv, on April a, IMev On June A, IMi.l the amount wn H:i,.'iV.il40, the loweat in 15 year. With some fluctuation, the ten. Inner of tbe gold lalaii upward. The source of (apply hare been thn mtnea of the uortbwet-ni (tale, Alaska ami Australia, with UaV portal ion from Kunijio, the cimtouia and tbe hoard of Hie bank. Th- tenders of gold from banks and individual in arhange for psir have been irreoter than the reoun of tbe treasury hare nabl-l it to accept. The product of the war rcr-niie act, coupled with tha proceed of the war loan, gara riae to natural nppreh-ninn thai Hi- drain upon th- currency of the ooontrr might create a stringency which Wou-I h - i : in fn! Iu baallie. To pre rent such a reqlt, notice was given that all eoopnna falling due on Oct. I might be pr-M ni' A for ayiii-iit on ur nfter Sept lo, and lhal aback for interest on reg.-' i h t i -1 h of the ;uni. loan would bo sent oat on Sept. SO, or a aoon t hereafter aa they could lm pre pan i When it became obvmua, by tbe ud den cl.aw of hoatilitie that the demand upon the treuury wnuld not reach the magnitude for w hich provision hail pro dem Ii. i u n, i -.. I . .. , r, tury de term. tied todepiMit a iurgo hare of the pco e ; of the Miu!ar liatn iu national hank in all irt of th- untry. I)r thia pna e the fund, while at all time availai .-. for the ue of the government remained in the clinnn-.. of trade. The baUiic.i tiaudlug to tba oradll of lha treanr. t on this account on Oct. 31, waa faSajTM.BOII The result of t, i m- thisl. of dealing with the ituatiii ha been in all MHJM Bti itifactory ami ill- imnnnae flnsnc.nl ojieratioii of the war hive been conduct-1 o that the mouay markets hars base w rio dsfrsa disturbed t ur ; Jj Tba only ttup of important la th ! Wkblto dabt iu tba lut-aunt of tW.WO - WS of tbs Pacific railroad bonds. Tbs I remainder of this loan oauusuing on I Jans SO, u tW.lita MO all of whteh will t parahla after Jan. I, 1MB. 'I'u- gradual tnorraw of lb orcabv tlou of tbe suhatdarr Mirer ooloa which ha drawn down inn tr worjr hold in it of them in the but Ifc rear from -" -000,000 to a little over $3,000,000 will non make it necessary to provide a fur tber supply of this class of currency. lit- t. r Marsh ftwrrantlara. Philadelphia, Nor. 4 Gideon W. Marsh, tbe fniritivo president of the now il-funct Keystone National bank, retarn-d to this city Thnraday, aft-r nu abeetirr of seven and a half y-ara. it I (orreii'i-nd to hit bondsman. Wllluiu ' Wsnsmnki r. Mr futiamakcr . panted Mitr.h to th- office of the United MM district attorney and lie waa at once turned over to the cuetody of ttir United States marshal, to await a hearing-. The return of Mr. Marsh irrew oat of tbe political itoation in the atate, , especially recent diecoaaiona between Senami I'-nroee, John Wananiaker and Senator sfusy. Th C'arslraaa Traaady. Oonicana, Tex., Nov. 4. Dora Kay- rnond, i'earl Tboniaa and Dick Bryan'. ; abot ly Eugene William m tbe house f I tha Raymond woman Wednesday nigh . ' anil w ha afterward blew bla own brau.s ..ut nr.. doing well, and there la i" iaaation hut that Dora Kaymnnd ai-1 1 Kryani will 'llly recover. I'ean . Thomas condition i more hot'fui ni. I there la a rbauco for her to poll tbrougn and it mer M-ti MM I'aral.. Wilmington, Iff, (', Nov. 4 -Th llr-t nel shirt wi ni-mi horei-k w as he I Tbnrsdar. I' created eiiihusimin among the whiles nnd consteniation among lh negr . Ti.e whole town turtiml out 10 , ma- it, and hundred of ladle iv-l Hags anil haudk-n ni-fi a the long column of boraeman nl by. While the riders , fr iu-utiy In n tl th- parade oth-r i was ulet and orderly. Not an insult tug word was uttered to a negro. MM MaMaJ in Maahi Denton. Nov 4. Tbe 1-year-old girl of Will ii.'iitly, living several mile north of liolivar, suffered a horrible death by being scalded by boiling water. Mrs Ib-ntly hail left a tub full of Unl ing MM sitting on a chair in a m nu in w hi Ii tbe little child waa, and the in fant, catching hold of the chair, pulled the water over on itself, scalding; it so badly that death resulted shortly. Triases lor Maalla, San Francisco, Nor. 4 The City of I'uebla will sail tomorrow with tbe Kan aa battaluui and thn Nerada cavalry, and the Newport will probably sail next Tuesday with General Miliar and his staff, five companies of the Pint Tennes see regimen', tbe Wyoming light bat tery and part of the California heavy ar tillery. Vallaw l ... i at .larksnn. J.eksoii, Mis , Nov. 4 -Tbe stale Waxed of health make tbe official an- nouncetiient that there nm now only l.'i case of yellow fev-r under treatment in tbe city of Jackson, all of whom are com. i.. s. -nt, no .i-nt hs baing . uir-l during the wi-ek, n-porta from oilier in fected town hare entirely ceaaeed. Osnsral Laa's Mitlhrr Isaad. K:cliniond, Va., Nor. 4 -Mr. Ann Man- I..-, mother of General Fltz-Hugh Lee, dud Thursday at the home .. bei son. I'.ititai'i !ain.. I, . in StatTonl comity, from the result of a fall received scr-ral day ago. Iluvarnar Ksfusaa Aiirval, Austin, Nov. 4 The governor refuses to approve the contract for the purrhas of a 7(")-aer sugar farm in Hraxoria county for i'i,000, a eluctel by the puullentUry Uaxnl. He give hi reason that the price demanded is ton high. MaaaM rr MMh Utile Hoek, Nov. 4. - Fifteen recruit left Little It - for Mani'.a to join the Eighteenth United state regular ! They were diluted at Fort Uigan and expect to sail from San Francisco next I Tuesday. BUIIa.l hr MaMaaMfi Athens, Nov. Tex., 4.- (Ul Fleming, a UWinir nt th- Kichardson tire brick fac tory, was caught by sonrt of the machin ery and instantly crushed to death. A negro at tbe same time was painfully hart I't.rlainall'ta bf lha I'rasltlanl. Washington, Nov. 4. - The president , i. us issued a proclain .Hon reserving for the use of the Unite. I Stal navy cer tain water-frout prop-rly iu Honolulu, selected ly Captain Tanner recently. shall its. iu, r. i Orockett, Tex., Nov lir e llur. 1 Tl,- -- . i,.tt. -s. Silt- 111 III SI of I'rofessor sflniiuer. who lives nt Porter Mpriiu, was kicked on tin- b-nd by a horse and hi skull was fractured Tbe child is in a serious condition. Killing In Irlnn OsaXtVafs San Ang-lo, T-x , Nov l l:. c waa kllleil at lna ram h in Irion count in a shooting affray. Sam Murray and j Otto Schauer gave thorns . vc up to the oftlcen at this place. IWonrtail I'm nf Srrll rr. Mount PlMMak) 'J'ex , Nov. . A child of A H. EvntK, in it Itoder, is m portiat to have . ai- (eir. The r- i port I ci ntirnied by the attending pby- atotan. Ii jtoirl Inn llssrlni I isl iinnail. Austin, Nov. 4 At tb request of At torney (ieneral Cra.ie the injunction bearing nt HalUa un lbs cotton tariff has beeu Msttponed from Nov. 10 to Nov. R, THB OLO MVM.. wm wiw(a a vawaaae naim, A kr sails rule, qaalat shspsd. eab Uan Wl'a wlaaVnx i..ir.s- T in a. u'sr whl" h tea un i . sluij I a st. In.t tlw fsr.IT Hlltina aall And Halfess tirt" that bs A i..4t-r frum tli.' hi aYtne? aasi ilag rue Wb.r.s.a tlx tcallrnal ulaa rspuaa Ami im i A d-ar aj Tws " "b A ad waa Th- Inn y I I i. sr . .'rt isns turn. II. Id fsl wlttua k - (ttl Si ariua' . I..-,, WbiJe soft k srauasil tba idflMfrsia. Oh. Jnst unfa mura to ba thst -mitt And know sasln Ilia lillsafnl nil The "Itl .mn tirtsuiilit me. to i With I'lllnwrd In... I il... n hi breastl Bat only ' a little while, Thiiiis-h earth may . nil It yean Ibat i I km. a li- ll .'"On. in in- Bgnin Ami ris k nu- In i lernsl sh i p -Jl.it) lavi n-ui in Uoston Ti.inarrlpi IT CURED THE COOK. Tha Hraall liar Maalrr's WiPa. I Ilea Malrh With Ik Trlruhoaa. "About a woek after the t. I plume waa initalled any electrical device it always 'installed' when It la brotxcot into the house I be cisik was siuldeoly token ill In tbe middle of the night, ml I was requested to telephone for the doctiar. It tistk me folly ten minute of prolonged ringing ami yelling l-fore 1 could induce the central ottii - to put me into communication Wjt, tlx dw tor. Tben I sent an agom . I howl through the telephone, lasgK, tlie dm tor t me nt oiii i.. "In the course of tbe follow ing hour six different person coiried -u brief conversation witli me, but no ou of them wu the doern. In th- . use of uch Js rson IttooknWitit teu nnuules of hard l.ti ..r to induce him t , ,v any thing Intelligible, nnd when t ... intt I ligllle r-umik urrived it wu- to the effect that the speaker w v.n or Jones or It... ei-.-i. that be v. .- not a doctor, and that he would bxflk t per sonal cbustisement on the loan ul.obad culled bllii out of hid if be i i. I lind tin- . rimiii.il in tin. morning. "At lust, however, my effort' wire appnr-ully irowind with -n wr-tcb who sunt lm wu the pi r son of whom I wu in search promts, l tn call at my house at owe. Accordingly one , hour and uquurter ufter I hail l.r-t rung I he till phone I net mil it hut: . .I-...! from the lociil undertaker, who insi-t, i tli.it I bad telephoned to him to I ring a 1 ootllu without a moment's delay. 1 got rid r him .it i i,e i i hm- .t , I,, j, and a gluss of wiue, uiid I am happy to 1 any that tbe shock of thn visit i nr. d tb waik Without tbe aid of any otln r meil icl.ie. " W. A. Abb it iu I', . .nn's Magazine. I )-llsl. na MMHi The wbeelliiail hlliiaclf cuu hardly W ' held answerable for the death of a tali bit which i.i.i into hi machine a it stisul by the riatdsiiln imd hroke it neck, and there waa contributory negli-g-n . .i the lawyer any. on tin prt of tbu cat which tried topi through tin ' Wheel of it slssllig bicycle and g.ni l .. rider a laid fall at tbe oot of It own life. Much more noteworthy than it i. i ot these was the achievement of a cy ; i list who while scori lung along the road i hn must have been scorching i ran into a covey of imrlriilg. .nut kill.. I one, bis wheel pussing over ita n.t I, The only way iu which tin i unoii accident can lm i I. mud is to supp tii.it the 1 1 1 r 1 1 s were dusting at a Wud in the road, and that the cyclist' upprouch, c om . uli d by the hedge, r. maliied imd. in ti . till the nieiny win literally among th-m. Cham 1st' J. ur mil. ' lllsaaalril. old Lady i iii driver of growler) Now, driver, I want you to go very carefully. "Cert tnily mum. " "And in,' '" racing with other calm. " "No, inun.." "And not go round the corners intekly. " "No, mum." After the job the old ludv, bandit'-' him tbe exmt lore, a shiHiiig, said "Yon bare driven me very ear-fully and well, and here i shilling for you. Huve you driven a cab all your lif. " "No, Ilium. I used lo driv- u bear-. . und blest if 1 .1, n't go I uck to it. It's a better gum- tl.. m this. I hnpi I'll drive yer again, mum. " Imdou Fun I't.Uer MM Daniel n'r.iiineirs siircaslic nnd graphic di . n pi nm of a lady of stiff, cold .unl f. rm.il in.um-rs is very happy. "Hbe ba all Hie cbarnctetratirs of a pnkni except it iscuaiongl waruilli. This recall the st. ry of tbe two Irisn servants who, discussing tbu stiff ami unbending in. inner of tbe young lady of the taatiljr, agnatl that "when aba was a laihy In r nn thcr must have fed or upon ill i j.ikirs, uiiderdone I" liollllou St.llld.ird. Ins,r Inli.rinall.Ml. Yeast This ill., llssi. I, ;il . Ml the slj. of a wliale's ibrtM, I notice, I (till going mi Crliusonl nk Vis. It a too bad Jo uh didn't I. nm sousT-rt on tbe suh ject. lie must li.ne Imd some inside in formation. Ymikers iStiilcsmau. As lha lli.nr Un India. Shi I laally might to have a M bat. He How would it do to stick a few feathers iu tbe lop , rust of one of those pie yon Ml... I last week? You Would 'liiirn something Unit would lust then Cincinnati Enquirer. Tbe Iiomloii Muniluril suys the Hcot : tlsh nice is tbe most , lumiisli, the most iibiiiiitouN, tbe nmst h rimucious und j the most Instinctively ootiurent In the j World. It is reported ilmt lon.outl cuniiims olmiiKe builds every cur in tba United KtagdOa uloiie, tba Tnlne of them lm inn ubont i'IU0,0)0. A CHINESE WEDDING. t- rr , II,, u t .,, , ,. ,, v, ,, ,, ,,,r , . ssaiMlaa la BtVJSai la Has! Tie I mnsae place a slgninnano- npou very color, and in conucctioo with wwbling red obtains deep rooted, mysterious luiportunce, tbe next bridal color iu value U ing gold. At a be- innnai in- I., id. groom el-ct sends In weetbaart a atlr of bracelets fastenwl togrtber with a pieco of red ribbon or cord. Tbe bride and brid-gruu drain iwo wiue cups at 'he wedding, which are also ennnt cted by a rel cord. In northern China the attendant wear tall felt but, and -uch bat has a red feather stuck upright iu It. The attend ant also carry the wedding pri-aenla A sedan chair W arhe bride herself. In sooth China sedan inutt woBalcr fally gib'... I i asvd by tbe wealthy classes, and It la decorated with what appear ut first sight to be brilliant In laid -tones, bat which are la reality tbe glossy feathers of the kingfisher. A hamlsomn cloth of glowing nil with tiuuiued border is also t hi own over the chair. In the case of the poorer classes red U also the prevailing bridal color, and chair of ordinary caived wiaal, paint ed a bright ml, i nard. AWive the door of tbe cbair kind of charm i placard ed or hung upon a red cloth. Tbe (hair iUrlf It sent by the bridcgrim, net m pan i -l by what correspond to oar beet man. This functionary briugswitb bun a I. tier written in yrllow or gold BlfM red paper, prayiug the lady to enter and take her place. Men dressed all in nd ami carrying red parcels containing the pre, nt full into the pns-ssion. i it In r In nr. r curry Waird and dantiers, iuscrlW-d iu golden l-tt-rs up. ii a red ground. Tiles- I in Hers tell the p. dlgr-e of I...I h part Ii s. lb-hiiid the la-nrcr come the other at teudauts, with long pub s, on which urn hung vi ry handsome luutirn. The bride's veil I of bright crimson hue and her dress regal gold and scarlet. Wide World. I JACK H0HNER. The llleh PtaH Hint Ma l:lrrlr4 I'riiiii I hm I lirl.lnins fir. For the heiietit nf thos- who .ire m l iiiltn little folks Ague C.irr Sag-, in Eippiucolt s Mugaaine, till the origin and history of soma latcous nnr-. ry sti rie uiid rhyme, among them " in-I'l-usatit History of Jack Horner," con tuiuing "Hi Witty Tricks and I'L.i ant ITanks," for son int forth in u very old chujilnMik, carefully pri-st-md iu th- BoaQaaM library. It aypakVI thutthls worthy was slew aril to an aids it of Gloatoubury. Tlie gotsl a bin it leurtieil Hint hi majesty Henry VIII hud men lit to ! indignant Wn ause thn monks bad built u kitchen which be could not hum down. Now, u king s Indigtiutii ii w.is dunger-iu .unl must In .up 1 1 us-. I Then fore the abbot sent his steward. Jack Hono r, lo pre sent the BBTCIeign Willi u suitable pint o offering. It took the form of a big and templing bniking pie. bi-ii' ilh thn crust of whn h tin Ir.uofi r deed of U inuti or were lm Id. n Hut Master Jack bad an eye for t lie profit of No. 1, and on the road be slyly lifted Hm crust ami nWtractid the de ds of Hi- Ml r of Well. I ill III return, bringing the deed, lm plausibly explained that they bad Wi n given to him by tl... king . heiien Hm rhyme: Little Jack Horn, r Kit in s t iirner ml tin- wagon), Cling MfMaaaMM (! It.' put in Ins l In,,,,:, And .ii I i . I out a plum . the tula dead I. Kn low. "Whiit s Bfar U.jf sni U" 'I'u is H alllr. Thn ( I. vi land I., ad. r -u ibat a man r, gist, n d in u I il In t. I Hm i I In r lay, giving hi pi. i f r. sidenc. a SI py Eye, .Minn Half an hour lud r am tin r gm -t rigi-ii rnl from I'niiiti d I'ost, In. Th- i lerk p ud no isju iul utt-ntlon to tin-, but whi n the n-t man to regis ter laildly wrote "Wlilte 1'lg-oli, Mich., " after bis nom-, Uitb the cl-rk and th" bookkeeper U-gnli to get ini. r estcd. While limy Were tail ing about tbe queer Itutucs that had b. en given Ii! some of nnr wc-t. ru town, u illgliith d lis, king man sl-pied up In the office, whirled Hm register around, und scrawled " Horss heads, N. Y. " siiprrlnllt rs. L)r. Johnson says in hi "t irumtuar of t, English Tongue: rim ci m-pan- u oi udji ctivi vi ry iiiu erlmii, and. Wdllg much regulat d by couiliio dlousiie.- of iitli rallcc, la not i asily re ilucetl to rules. " Then be quote pinuakc- fr. in "I'ur.i diseliost," in which tin, wfrrds urn found, "vir'uousept," " pow-t fullest, " und a its sage from "Samson Agonist-" which contains the word "famousest. " Surely Milton had uiieur Notes und QMsiaa. VI ii ii i e I .nl .li-i.liiiialra. New Yorker You urn u strung, r here, I presume' ( nu ago Muii i haughtily)! nm from the great city Unit New York U jealous of. New Yorker Ah! And how me thing In MM old Lunnou! Nuw York Waafciy. r Vr l .el Mll-h. An ArkuiiHas coiit, in)srury records a queer cne nf lliiiincial irregulurlty. It appears t hut u young inun down there swallow-d a cops r . , nt by misluke lllld u ilia-tor ii t iti Is him i gii up J. Chi- cngu I 11. mid. Hip 111,1 "Sissy," snid tbe frcsb yniinu man, "does your motlmr know you're out:" "lib, yi s, ' ii plnd tlm bur mm, "and (be uv" me n miy In buy n inmiki y. Am yon for sale':" I'biludelpbiii North Alnerii un. I mi' i hat ..i ii 1 Wife (rcinliiiK tbe puier The ki rail" bus u toiiKim IS incliis I, nu. Iltisbuiid Aren't ynu jenlous? New i York Win Id Cool Weather Puts life into the people and sharp ens the appetites. If you are looking for something good to eat you can get it in our store. We have every thing in Canned and Bottled Goods. The Best Hams. The Best Coffee. The Best Flour - In fact the best of Everything. Ring up 'phone 76 and your orders will receive prompt attention. R. .1 Af II O.V J3V "ZY . s. OWNEY'S Chocolate Bonbons. Candies. Cigars Phone 202. "TO iVtY Patrons and Friends f Braaoi Malison, (irinies, Holiertson ami Hurtl'Mdl Cotltlliin Tba combined Capital sin I assets of companies Try it--i-in.il in oip ttinoni i to mora Tbe eav)aVtal ataj aaai t t'. mpsnie run g ;IN.H 1,11,1,111,1 ti, mora J MMMtljr tttf t ttMt I CM mm you belter and i heaper t,,!'" )' Um r llika, Lm ti,.-y City, town or ('.dtiitrT. I have an ellii i.-tit oflea f..r. e. lt. affairs of which are .inder tha nagiui nt of FRANK W. KeCOlflflOO, I BasM iirs.it K.iiitali!c I, ill- Aeaurunce KiMtivty of cw York; Jt PkvaUk Mutual Life; Am. Union Life; Fiih lity ami t axualty of New York, Nrklrh I am the tnj sutlaarlasd sisnt iu Brrsa. I raspa. inilt .., . it n4 will pitrrrlata our biiilusss, A. ID. IVJCcOOlSTIVIOO. CU. P. Franklin & Son," Butchers and Meat Dealers. I e Buy Hides, Markets under Academy of Music and next door to John Come to See Il I J ffl .M itsl'x A a IT IT al Jl V f. Uasis rvc rv M. Wilson, landy itchen and OYSTER i PARLOR Fine Berwick Bay Oysters served in ANY STYLE or delivered to any part of the city Fine Fruits. Nuts', v $1,000,000,000 ttisii . i represent ti.an 35.000.000 Wool and Pelts Mike's store. Me! And let's have u iiniet, Sweet Chat out those Nice Presents oil nut to I. ii, iilxiut t,,. KiiKfiiviii", vmi want done. Have Moved to B. S. Rcad i Drug Store where I hue the luavieat Stock of JewelrY. Diamond!. Watches. Clockt. Etc. ever brought to Bryan John M. Caldwell. Th Jeweler.