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ENCOSJi-AGiiSiG. T:V A D VE I IT 1 S E ?! E X T-. GOLU3IA i CO. .itur!ay. !!) 3. ITU. TOWN AND COUNTY. ! Thr Ii;:U a:it i'hsnirioi'ofSoioc ! Sf the l:iliii:ii:"s ill t' i ion in iinci:i-. Flaltciiiss,- Rc purls F.mil County. Vai M!i.-ri3""s Ksiio. n.'-t J-wcct X.r. v CllCW JaCkSOH's Tu'oace..). Crops are lookhiv exceedingly well :;l Tcinpe. Ask for "Apache Cut!-' bran.! of tea at In ir.t-'s. Knur pounds of Go-tu Tlica coffee, for one dollar, at Goldman's. J. M. Cotton has rented liis oiu saloon anil i.s 1 e il 1 1 i n y Jhe new one. rC'L-rrl 1) learn of the death of an infant child of 11. Litis last vtck. Haiti rlin & Co. have jtiM received a large assortment of l';.ricy crackers. Adnn.cc uiii lie irivcn at tin; Tem po school house ml Friday (vonine.. Drink the "Apiu-iw Chief' Tcu;! iIip beol in the market. For sale :it Irvine's. For building lumbm-, r.t lx-d-rock prices, address Ciipper 31 ill Lumber Company, IVc-sCOtt. J. D. Monilirm is sctliin;- up bis business and will very shortly leave torn visit to Xcw York state. At the new siaiirhterint: cstablish li'.eiit of liaise S: Kelly, they expect to do their first killing this cvetiinT. Tlie board of supervisors met Thursday, and after electing A. 1) Lemon district attorney :uijorir.-;cd. vtnlil Monday-. To ii'l lover of a fine ciir we would reconnnend a trial of the different brands kept in stock by ! -Joon R. Pall Co. ' j II. Patrick returned Thursday ; nitrht from the south side of the river, where he 1ms been surveying a ; ditch for M. Vv'ormscr. j Julius I'auerlin is part owner of a pold mine south of Plirenix, that is said to lie very rich. We hope so. as Julius has been in the com try from the v?r first and staid with it, iin.' ; certainly deserves success. Handsome keis, with silver-pl-ited : boops. containing that favorite whis ky. Old Kentucky L' C-ihi-i. oecnpy : n conspicuous pl::ce in t-.II of our principal saloons. John I?. Pall Co. ari sde as-cnts for this popu. lar brand. Tli? daily st iTs if Oiltrfr. Salts, bury & Co. leave Marioopi at 7:0 1. in., arrives in Phoenix 1:11 a.m. and leaves for Pirs ott 3 a. in. Ftor; Present f the stares arrive. daily, at 7 :4 p. m., leave S p. m. anl arrive at Maricopa at 2 a. in. We ar piii-1 t rtrnMp the death of a little child of Mr. A H-n tro'i 1, of this citv, '. hich oeottrre. at half p:-.st nine o'clock la.-I nich'. It was aired a littl.- over fifteen hub. The bereaved family have the sym- ; pathy of the entire community. I Morris Asher leaves for San Fran - ! cico soon to lay i:i a stock of iroods with which to open a new store in Phoenix. His place ot business is in tli? room nevt to Cotton's old stand, ; tind occupied at preset-.! as a billiard roo xi. j Ilev. in. Meyers will preach in the '"Tabernacle," near the southwest corner oi me courtli mse st-pi-ire to- ; the same morrow evening, at half past seven o'clock. Those h iving copies of the Gospel Songs wiii please, brintrthein uiontr. Sabbath school at the church at three o'clock. Mr. Myers, whose purchase of J. I). Monihon's stable business was noted in last issue, has taken charcre. He will shortly make a trip to San Francisco and purchase a supply of buggies, etc., and will not stop ma king improvements until he has the finest livery siiibk- in Arizona. Five pounds of white stitrar for oue dollar, at Goldman ifc Cu's. May Day has come and gone and the good people of Pho-nix did not j forget to extract what pleasure there was in it. Though it is not so gcu-.r-aily observed here, as a h !i 1 ty, as in other parts of the country, yet j there was cou-ider able pien:'in:r ! done. Three private parties went out during the day aad in the ere liinjj a pleasant dance was indulged in at the court house. All kinds of gr ceries f.t railroad price, at Goldman it Go's. From II. Patrick, who has lately been surveying at the Mormon settle ment, we learn that ::hon! a dozen families have recently arrived. They have a school with about lliiny pnpils, and rtt their new town, Mwi City, they are puttir.ir up gnoc": adobe house, and Seem t be getting along finely. Owing to de'-ofinr too much time to their new ditch, and i The :?iol rit('Pk-i!-iiiic a.-.'.d Pi SSe.isvc 'S'cvfc ij in .i-ixo::a. Phteiiix like. ve rise, not I'rciii our , ov. :i as'nes, but licm t'-e :;-!m s of noi hinur-ss. The a!iio('(::t ol' pro irrc?" m:;uj i:i t""v;-ioj.jt;g on" ' little tir!i within liie ltsi year siir-pris-s all ' our isifor? v ho have ki:'".w!i uh in less prosperous days. ")ii V. a-hinuton street, opposite the plaza, is hei:)-.r ?;td!ied. tip a KINK. TWO-STOKY f.UICi; I ltliNT. of iifl v fe't and rurniina- back sixty live feet. This building is the prop eny of the eiile! pn.-iutr srciitleiiien J)r. Cooiii ieh and Mr. Siinaker, and was put up iti en.mineiio.'i. v itii a single dividing wall and ii,-:ifi.rii: in all respects. Dr. Goodrich's build ing will be oid.pied by Mr. J'.. G;::i7., late of Prescntt, its a lodi ing house, with reading room ami bar itttaclied. He will finish vp a number of hand s:me first-class rooms snfticient to ! a-eo;nmodii!e idiout twenty-live lodg ers witli tlie best of i.-cms, end a ij'tiet, cleanly home. Tiie brick vork on tliis br.il-.liinr i i was : marks him as a tit sl-i lass and lastv j workman, as a view of the facade ol ; the biiiidintr "ill testify, j The six latge glass il:rs on the zroiiml floor :;rc suiui.-.tuifttl by j handsome I'ouian ttreb.es dene in brick and -up" orti d l y r at Pm ic pilasters. V,"he witait ws of the u;-per story Me liitisle. tl ii'. sen. II t;ai)S ttnd sil's ai.d j tt.seni :; fit.e ; , pt: I ance. The f:.( ai'.e i.- sf.i u.i ui.tui by a netit cornici tn.-.t t.dtis much to the genera np learatice a.a i.idi. c.ties the vt ry excellent tast-j of the owners and skiilof the workmen. The buii.iing when liaishtd i-.iilbe the most elegant in It t ; s ( li ters are now work putting on the roof :,t:d doing the ittsitie weak. At the corner of the next block above, Tim xf.w nrtr.tvErty, to be known as ;'w "Arcade," is rati- "idly gettieg iiit- shtpe. Ii v.U! be j fif.ishfc! in :boi:t luo weks. 'ibis is a iiliiin brick biiililiii'r, iwcnty-lcur by sixty f. (t. I.fhlt.d whit h v. ill 1 e ; put up a bu-v.-intr sin d I v. ( v.t -;v. o '. ' by iuei:'y-ioi;r. ri i.e I ii ' it i ; ;. r is -H-' vtded !y a ikr iti the rctr j j. 1 1 ' sixti-t :i iy I v. : i. r. a oiei, rt . i li-n t,y i u . 'ly-tei r .atel a sit bam in i iitiur liiirfy tiy f.vt t.ty-l'ottr. A firt-:' op, ii front looks n: t.p-ei Vi'.s':;ng teii stiver. Tile Win ; bltilding I,-. i;e; l.iick. cciupai lly taiii!. prt 'ents a Itl--st subslaatiai aj.p. t.i '.til e. 't'tie contiaot was laken by .Mr. W. '.-.Siieeit-r and sjn-aks i.ieeh tor h'.s ' ciiei vv and skii!, v. hen ii i -t ictr wn thai the whole of the orb k woik has , ili Jl.t Ii v. it I j i 1 1 three weeks, am! u ;th s .lisf'aet ion to the ou iters. Messrs Luke and Taa Ihi-ituer. I'mthtr up W.-.shii:Fto:i stieet tiie j icr jJAXtTACTfRY is rapidly iretti.-ig into w-irkincr or. : der. The fi lilt- I uKdinsr wii! be about tldiiy-six by thiity-six and will include a fnizin I'ini r.ttd ' engine loom. The freezing it t in has a capacity of tour freezing tanks 'sixteen feet, by two Mid a half and seven feet high. These tanks wi'l lie j accoiiipttnti d by water tanks ot about capacity. A tin;- well ot ; ; water has been found at -he i! (.lb of; eighteen feet, from which wafer will : : be jiuniped for the une of the m'iu- ifaetury. The water and ammonia; : pumps will be driven by a t n-horse ' pfwer i'nitie. The ammonia pump i ! is a substantial ami ingi niotts piece! i of mechanism, the invention of one, of the proprii tors-. Mr. L. !). Lonnt. ttitd is the only on.' of tin- kind vet constrtieieti. Di'.t a single iee tank i will be put in operation at present: and the products will be about one i thousand pounds per day with a capacity of four times that amount. The proprietor. I.ouut lire., expect to have she c-.tahii:;hiiient in opera- ' tton by the iitt-t of next month, end it will "hex valuable addition to the rapid'y increasing business of die . place. The entire cc.t of the thrre rstali-!i-hmerits iust d'-seribed when coin. , pletelv finisjiefl. ill not fall far short of thirty thousand dollars. W. H. Sv. ivne litis iust tti.-isbed, in the northeast end of town, a neat, one-story brick flut-niur. 14t14. con taining two rooms. It will be occu pied by himself. There are ;,lso numerous ot't-r buildinss of more or l.-sn rua ruintde , soinif up and endless iir.piovetnents ' lii-tttl made upon those already lip Phr.i'X is our name and we mean to go back on it. It. vat ic ef .-vi ev.-ra: :.,n r-i-Pi1. ot t!iu' !istr!tt i . lit.- s.s...,i;; .liiei. ii.i l'-l- .il' Iji.- ,t,.:r,!I.i:y nf e.;:i. ill Ilia1, I. Il!'e toiliav t.f y:. ie. ill:;.- f-te't ei, t i;v !iv ..f Anri!. is;;., j: mi tt nt; (iiL'.'.'r-L-ri tiaua a j udu'ntei. ; m.l'to ?iart el:i.-retl i: -.!'! e. uirt" .0'.;.".. Xiz-j'-'A. j-eH ii: faver el IJirtm H. I.inx i - in nai- ii. c.:l curt c-iui:!t l llir-.uu II. l.i: vi-j-.- II tain-: .T-;tl. - ii.iztre:-. 1 eerii.!ii x ap. ronin-ar'flett -mi ef !!.".'.'. th- ind.laeaT y f'.'i cm.; .; :;! il-e lie.:-:1 ili- I h ive Iijvk-d 1-.J....U M,d Wi'l se!l :it fa'aic :e:i 'i .a tl.s -t -ilrt Ia)ii-L- d r- in it..- ie.; r-,...sf:-,..n i.iin on i.ooeval ": ":"": ct-u" .re-pa i.-l lrn- : eiiV e! ... IZ.JL'I. i"l T: "II - 1 C'tV el ' Yl'MA, Mt.v 2 1 Professor P.iake I has returned from Silver District j where lie v.etit -ome ..ia's since in ; company with K. L. Plt'ir.1-. lie makes a taloiai.-ie report. T iie Professor is a v.eil hlimii ge. olojist and mining txperl. aie.i favor ; abl i0- 0q m;M Fifiy Thousand Dollars Worth sell t Mt'itic ' MLSCEL LAXL'Ji'S TO THE LADIES in resoiiiecs wiii ibi much toward tiucing eastern capita! to inverl Arions. Lieutenant MeMion has taken eotioiianu of foil Vmna. O'Council , has I'utic to Sati Fr'iUeisco. C. p;. : Is;;-. l..-tv...ca :ii3 l-.O'lr iA 9 uVe.ck ia l!:c : in"!r.i-:u' ft at ..'ci-vf tn ue.- Mil-.! loan (l s ite, rl.ir. i1,!? fi::!o'. i L.-ITCST TM,i:i;KA3Sf. Xi:'.v Vouk Jlay 2. -Pear Admiral Aiiiiw-ii :ind A. G. Meuocal. from Hshington rSa-vy Yard have left for France as delegate to lite Inter-oceanic Cdiitd Congress, which meets on the b"'h instant. The Congress is ex , eeted to decide between the Darien and Nicarngunn rotites ind pttwi ri'ui interests tire arrayed in favor of each as rival franchises are held by the pro moters of the general scheme. i A committee has been appointed by the cricket ch-hs of thi city and lone- by Mr. Foitshee nml at once ; vicinity to arrange a proper rtception ; of Lord II. in is and his associate.-, ex-jpe.-tid next Tue--iiay. The latter. I have telegraphed, asking that the ! match Kp)riiuted for that day be post i ponei": fur;; f.-w dtiys. which h:;s been ; ; d: i-.c. A converted chinaniati litis opetieti : aii E:.g!i!i school toi hisco-intty no. n, on Mull stri ct niar Five noii.ls. v. hi re one thocsaiid cbiminien live. lie savs his people, t-anne.f jittend tljL. public si hools because of ridicule and .-iiiiioyar.ee. Toi.t.D'i, May 2. A man known r.s Mors. Floretitii ;-, t.ipir.g at the Hooper Hotise, hist Tuesday idgl.t shot bis wife, an aetn ss, now da'. ing at tin- Adeij hia theati r. through the neck with a revolver; and then pn'tittg the weapon to hi-, own head, fiis-d and instantly killed himself. His wife i!l probably recovery. Jet:!-, o-isy the cause. 1 Galveston. Mav A special fro, n Giiliiu. says parties from the i:; igiiborhoe.,! of Pesos rivrr report Iviowas kiliinu- herders S!il driving ofi .-.'oek. 'i In-: :: are fears of n gvnt-r-r.l mass ere. New York. A prti 2tb ii The T'c r c!oS as oae r'.st'jt ol't!..- aL"iia!io:i ef . !ai stn-iii iarn: (,i:e-t.o;i, it ;.ut c. ss ol'tli'? JO-at-re a larui pioj. el i:c-;r flit; Ci'y of );!!;!', Ti-t-?. it siy-. re gal. : in g California, tieit re -.v i: hs;:i:i-t. -- ing the advantages of'-V-rvd bv Ctiii for;ii:i to iiiir.iiLrr:;t"os. fbrei";:i antl do mestic, she has not been -ett'ed hstif so rapt liy t.s i'es:r, or desirable. ' When p.-.-ople can b;ty stupi! fr.nr.?, : at retisoiiab'e r.t-. tile state can , scarcely fail so gain population ' steadily, and poi;u!titio:i, too, t.f it val uable kind. ; M. CIiiitock of the n.aidx ITlkaid oiited through Yunia yesterday, v.e ctiitght an interview on the l!v. Tiie oMs-ying that "large bodies ir.ove . slowly" is pro-i-d to be an error. The ' amount of energy stored up in that ' frame is simply mar. Icous. i.nd this in a measure ticcour.ts for the amount of news. Territorial especially, id wavs ; given ns in the Ilrju.-.i-D. Stiitiuc1.. April 20. j ; R. C. Hopkins, of San Francisco. ' and fe-r r.iany years keeper of records in the United Stales Surveyor Gener- !j ai's oiltce. h -.s arriva l at Yu nia, Art- x z :i i, e:i r 1 it- t . ITrt s. S .u.-i. He . goes there to look into the titles to Spani-.Ii and Mcxit an e'faiits situated N in Arizona. ij Wirt three en-t nf ft c ! tiK-ritb in mei ilic (ii- ; at tlie Hi t! ; till die t iir'a A j "B Assorted y. ifi r-i-oi'-i t v to- .:t : A!', iut.-ri.t ef the .J nines Pptttr-Jit ill aad t- :i wa.'iiii gMi-.vi;tr i-i'i't' ef wi.eill mev uri'V. npea '.lie r-emii i.ati' ol tiie i-lliii-l.f Ciie'ter (t ceeiiua e;--re.. i Tl Sttlji iHif lierttl el !;.lje ii!.". n:i n snlt iil liin: ef l.-rats sr.l.-! :o sule at tiie L.n d i .Pi. .; ai t i.ir -iire Arizona, ai d till die riirii t.t eel iiii-rt-t ia stud cro the s.-iii! Jatnt-s Patrrrtt had at tl i-c.oy el j-iid j-i.-lj-nieist. to v.it: an the i;:.tli e-o nr Ajr:l. 1ST-. Tilis i!:e SOiii di:v of Anrit. 1ST". If. b. Tilo.MAS. stc-iif. Ev II. C. :ibT.o-:.tl.i. IeSi:i.i::e?st SttJIoe. C M:tf. x sit.vi: t jtiviKa rtt.MpA- v I i. -a-.ir... i.f r: ri;. ;. Ib'ii'n. t, S ia 1'r en f'n f rn'i-; 'im-::o-' o; v.ork-, ,!"-iti P 'line. y To iil., V X..:ic Ti.-r. is tl;-!ii f't'f-til nj en 'it.- t. 1 ir ie- itp - - ' ' -!;. i. m-.-i nir )( luip -m n rX .S) t. i tl ..n ill.- i.-u ini'li ( 9 ii) (in ..t Aoi.cli is;l (r. s.-. t ml niretiar.-. e.-f I'luosilfl 1 1 -0F- Merchandise Just Received at the Ot llls- li- i: ij.i-i:vi- .:bu. itj. us I ! Hyge Esfabiishrnerit PHCNlX OF- ANO VI DUTY, Ti,.i n (! rs'ir.oa, uptrs-ir.! to r'..-..c ra i c r enr.tf s'.-. K -T ltY i.t'CI -.S No- ! ION'S. I HOsii-liY nu .1 -1W1.1. V. li T l-nv 1 .in oi th lt d iv el Mi-.v tlit-v n . I u -km rioir C" oii-a-e-i' S-ile .a' tti aViV na.-u.ii rt.- si;.-.w 1.5 GASH ONLY. Tte-ti- B ook is now o. -!ri bare .ins ? n.nl.1 vhU V, this Id Cf UL C I Tras-,-,. i i ' , l.ii IW . 1? X a,t- OF OOLDHAN CO. ' DIRECT FROM THE E!ST, and especially selected for tliis Mai'ket by Mr. A. Goldman, comprising : Latest Novelties in Calico?, Dress Goods, Shawls and White Goods. Latest Styles in Fancy Good?, Underwear, Hosieiy- and Gloves. Latest Fashions in Ladies', Misses' and Children's; Trimmed raid Untrimrned Hats. t Latest Patterns in Clothing for Men, Youths and Coys. Latest Designs in Boots and Shoes.- No Humbug We offer our Best Prints at 1G yards for a Dollar. We will sell Grenadiers per yard 25c, worth 50. Ladies' Hose, good qual ity, 12Jc, worth 25. Ladies' II se, Iron Lrrarac. 25c, worth 50. Muslin from 8 to 12.'. per y rd, worth 12 to 20. Table Damask, double width. 90.-., worth $1.00. Table Oil Cloths, 50c, worth $1.00. Water Proof, all shades, louble width, $1.25, worth $2.00. French Lawns, 15e. worth 30. Marcailles, white and colored. 5c , worth 75. Shawls, in great variety from $1 .50 to $8.00, worth $5 to $15. Ladies' and Childrens' Hats, 50 to 75c, worth 75 to $1.00. Corsets, Ribbons, But tons, Embroideries and all kinds of white goods, and :ther articles too numer ous to mention at 50c. on the dollar of former prices.- Onr rR. n f.,r ii;.?.-tiir rf that !iB(. cf so da Bt pii.i-9 tB "VtliriOff.il tlmtv i mml ntin-lv no eat of iJmt cf gvcl Come One ! Come Come Soon ! Alll hills.Asher&Co 5 1 3 5 The ttiiinel through the Taion mountains is to he completed hy the middle of July. llctH cen this ranire and the jrnifof Calil'oroia, tts v.ell as the City of .Mexico, ther-- tire no seri ous natural ohstntctiotis to railroad ; hf.ildin-i-. From the s-utth side of the mount-tins it 's dowti .cracle for six hundred miles and more. ' And, in fact, everything desirable for Ladies, Gen- n ': or. On i "n tlemdn, Misses, Girls and Boys. 'n ; Si S 12 V. i e ; 1 ?r. ; '1 The Whole Stock Has Been 5 ivi ; S : -' r,i I 3 v. j ;! Piii'diased for Cash, GEORGE E. LORINC' Ccalor In The amount of d-eiht that is heinir 1 iiro'iel.t into I'reseoil is simply sm.r- velous. jj AXD WILL EE SOLD AT XEV A OVEHTISEM EXTS. i don't rriisoAL. is Mineral : n. r.-.ti-Mi ; C-llrve.-o!-. ; John r:. D ill h-fi for : ward ias.t e'enia. i Jack M,-.l liver, of Anleh , UhK K latai ii rot il. Is in town. i Mr. MiiiHi. of iptoji, is .spending it I few days in the f-itv. Fepuly tr:p north- pe, Tie..-.:- .,i- M..-: ;.- :.. .1... not enough to their ,oPs, they v.ill : :n- v, I' ,n ' r ; I 'ri scott. i c-ulfer a piir.'ial failure. Six ponnrls of hrown s'ltrar for one dollar, tf Goldman fc Co's. Mr. Adams, of Tonto Ilasin. is Jr. the city. He reports that his senior, is rsipidly hliintr up. Tonto Basin is fcome seventy miles northeast of Fhccnix and was until lately sup posed to be only it ttiaziiig- count rv. but air. Adams reii-.rts the ciiscovny of larze nttmher of mineral pros pects, and all tivin.-r indications of rrent richness-. He says there is room for a large number of prospectors. O. A. T.ttke has trip to Al.-'i'o-ep, -el 11 t in tl from a nd is There is eor.siderahie life ;h: re. A. J. S-nith is now- pria - ip i! of the ; IS. -...11: 1 t-. -. . I lilCIO.V oiioiie :se;;oo. ..if. CUII'il j ! is a i.r.!.:.-.-r of W'm. T. H.ulth, of this ' 'city. ' 1 r.'r. Ooodrii-h ie-ive.s lo-niuhi for! . I.rs home ia MVhinn. He will t -! lulu i.efcio lone., und "ill probably j j la- aecou.ii.inied i.y his family. ' i Dr. Gre-r itifotios i'm :- ar-'e ; anioii-.r of to w land is 1'etn-r h."0!i;:hi ; ; into eiiitivation at Tempo. In h:v , iii-ie-' loihood he infornts its that : joverl.fif rt news are be.;.l, p.rept'.ied ; ' for their first crop. i Contractor and Builder! ALL Or MASO.J VV0.1K Niatly Fst..c;:t(;d. ; u, it li V.': Di,;.c. t'rii-rs left UU Lin-. i:ic i IVilcv pruaipt iy m iei.(.i:u to. II- 'I. iiAYIH. Ator::e-y r-il i oi n--'or at I.CTS-. ' , I ! rer.ix. A. T. .-.'! 1 ;(! cf Lend Li;.-ir.ofs itruiaiitly ' ? ' ('.1-'(1 !(.'. V 0 Eastern OUR PRICE LIST For Cash. Iocstc frail imported. :o: CIGARS, PLUG AND SMOKIXG TOBACCO'S, OP all t'"e Leadinsr brands which I am selling at Eastern Prices. Don't forget the Store Tith Postofltc. nCiTtf Removal! rt . ts- 5 K .11 -S , i...r. ilan.'p -all h,w rn-1 i-nV- nf it Tl o- i..r in 1 - Jtnr.-li ls:o as 11. mv I " r.'i-s-iii'- vil IJ.ii in 1.1 ij . ir,r- . ! lie- C ir.n n pi-.i Fr r s. f i w:n is r.s 1 : c.s ..-.s. ei,.-.n i.nf-r,.i iii- U, t!, i l III Utl lULill-l ill lllC klLUlf, Hllt-lC 1 C Siiaii !; JICtV.-5Cll i.y i'l-t - ef i j -nirri: i v o-' tit..-., ti. ! to show evervbody that we are J. Samter'i? CHEAP CASH STORE. i.-.--rff-i nf xt u .jt to DrtrfNETT, BLOCK & CO. ,rm& ur For warding :i mi:a ns; k. ',- Lirj. 5:1 'i-iii n..i i i.3Ul a It MAI? K, Or A. A. T. j Xiitac to C'revfitors. i Kta-e of Mirn:i'.i Fr-'Tizrt. d'ir:n?0'.T. I N'-tiro is h--i-.--- L'ivt-ii .v ihtj jii.t'ur-inid I .TlDiini-Jnaur of 'hc niattt of M chaol t Biaij;rl. it c .r:fl:ror of and ' ni! pi'f!MMj b:rJn-.' '-'.I'ir- a.;:ii it i be ' (':( iir-i-d U) f.ij!iii liiLMi -vrAi nt,0'.Marj' -r- fi'-r.-. wiifiin inu:;Th!- nftvr the first iwai;i:T IT it .whs. Ar.Hiir,istr:io;- of the e.-;;uu of M:oii&! SELLING SO LOW That Competition Becomes an Im-ossibility. Yours Truly, GOLDMAN & CO.! A-t-n-:. ;. l ie. DRY tX'HS. I LOTHIV;. lijOl.s ,4 sil.ES. t.P.Oi Le.it ? Lf'iVOV.s sei T t:0VIi-Iv l.ivc ei.aci i oa-". JCLUS Mimt. r.ani3 .vr..-i vo-j- uvu i -S; -.1 . ri,, Tit le. A 7. .mi. ... -. I si. is t i