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THE YAKIMA HERALD.
THURSDAY. .OCTOBER 17. INK. Waterworks and Electric Light*.— Without fus* or feather* men were placed at work Tuesday excavat'ng for the pipes of the water work*, for Waich the council ha* granted a franchise to J. L>. Mclntyre and aaaociate*. The oompan** have adopted the gravity ayatem and will have a head of 250 feet, and a force of seventy pound* to the square inch in the city. Mr. Mclntyre ia expected to arrive from Montana thi* evening, when all detail* will be completed and a large additional force put on the worka. The same com pany will put in an electric light plant, which they will complete with all the despatch jiossible. Water work* and electric lights have been the two great need* of North Yakima and now that they are about to become a reality our citixen* can go ahead with renewed energy to build the large and lieautiful city which nature designed should Ite framed here. Hymkmal.— llev. Mr. Stelle performed the ceremony on Tuesday, the Bth of Oc tober, that united in the bonds of mar riage Miss Emma Travis, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. Travis, to Norman E. Mathews. The happy event occurred at the residence of the bride’s parents, in Eastern Yakima, and among those pres ent were Mr. and Mrs. N. Travis, Mr. and Mrs. Lovel Travis, Frank Mathews, Mis* Mattie Wheaton, Mr. and Mrs. Chisholm, Mr. and Mrs. Kounsaville, Mr. and Mrs. Neil, Mi*s Ella Neil, Mr. and Mrs. Kolph and daughters, Mrs. Hanson, Miss Jennie Hanson, Miss Nettie Hanson, Mr. and Mr*. Davison and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. 8. M. Webber and sons, Thorpe Roberts, John Brown, and Dell Kolph, Mi** Kibble Ketcham, Mr. Ber rian and Joseph Brown. A Seniors Accidkjct.—The four year obi daughter of H. 8. Morgan, who re sides a few mdes west of the city, was kicked in the temple by a horse, Tuesday evening, resulting in the fracture of her skull. The little wirl was playing with her dog in close proximity to the horse when the animal kicked at the dog and struck the child. Doctor* Rosser and Coe were summoned and a piece of the skull as large ns n dollar was removed. The brain was injured to some extent hut the operation was a successful one and the patient is now resting well with a fair prospect of her recovery. Mi kdick at Ellesshiroh.— On Satur day of last week the body of Roliert Cromwell was found in the vicinity of the Northern Pacific railroad track at Ellens hurgh. His skull had been fractured with a coupling-pin, and the pin, covered with hair and blood, was found a short distance from the body. It is supposed that robbery was the object of the murderer. The deceased was last seen Thursday night, when, after making some purchases in a grocery store, he re marked that he was going to one of the brickyards on the outskirts of the town. Kkippkii With a Variety Aitum.— Mm. J. H. Klee returned from Kllens hurgh last Friday. Mr. Rice was for Borne time deputy sheriff of Kittitas county and he informed his wife that his duties compiled him to sleep at the court house, hut a neighter told her differently. Mrs. Rice investigated and found that her husband was passing his nights in the company of a variety actress and when he was confronted with the proofs he bundled up his last but illegal love ami fled to Tacoma. Rice formerly had a barter shop in this city. Mrs. Jarijcy’s Entertainment.— The entertainment given under the auspices of the Kpiscopal Guild at the opera house Tuesday evening was quite a success and netted about ffo. Mrs. Jarley’s wax figures and the singing were heartily ap „ pJauded. Among the most pleasing fea tures of the evening were the whistling solo of Miss Hamilton and the zither playing of Mr. G. d’Ablaing, of Ellens hurgh. The entertainment concluded with a dance in which many of the young people participated. North Yaklma’s Firk EmoivbWrkckbd. —Some time ago the city ordered a Clapp A Jones fire engine, which has been daily expected. Tuesday there was a freight train wrecked on the Yellowstone division of the Northern Pacific and a telegram re ceived from the claim agent of that road announces that our engine was on the train and was so badly damaged that he advises the city to duplicate the order. The loss will fall on the Northern Pacific. Hki.i.o Klleshhvrgh !—'The poles for the telephone system are nearly all up. The system will be of greater extent than at fire*, proposed. Lines will be run to the Old Town, the Moxee plantation; the North Yakima roller mills, the residences of Sheriff Lesh, Col. L. 8. Hewlett and - Mayor Reed. The system will commence operations With shout forty ’phones, and Mr. Lawrence has about decided to con nect Kllensburgh with tins city. A Chance to Make Bio Money.— ls there any one who wants 20 acres of splendid outside land at SIOO per acre? Adjoining land has been sold for $125 per acre, and this particular piece, which is under water, will be worth double the money within six months. The terms are one-third down, balance on long time. Apply at once to W. I. Li nee. A descrip tion of the proi>erty can he had at the Herald office. District Court.— District court con vened in this city Momlay, with Judge • W. H. Calkin* presiding. In order to Mve expense no jury trials will be heard at this term, as they can lie conducted at less coat to the litigants under the state laws. The term will be an uneventful one, and will probably not last longer thun Friday or Saturday. Born.— ln the Wenaa valley, Yakima county, October 7, to tiie wife of Richard Francis, a son. Boax.—ln North Yakima, Monday, Oc tober 14, to the wile of Wayne Field, a LOCAL BREVITIES. —An engine was ditched near Roza sta tion last Friday. No one was injured. —General Joseph Tilton, father of Mrs. James (deed, left for the east Tuesday. —For fresh Eastern and Olympia Oys ters, served in all styles, go to Herke’s Candy Factory. o!7 —Bivalves from the cast and west, by the dozen or quart, at Herke’s Refresh ment Parlors. o!7 —Joseph Postel has bought from Edw. Whitson, trustee, lot 27, block 49. Con sideration |10(X). —lt is claimed that the sheriff of Kitti tas county voted all of bis republican prisoners at the late election. —James T. Foster will open the Yak ima meat market in the Sigmund build ing on First street, Moniay. —Policeman Langley has resigned from the force on account of ill health and James Stout appointed to the vacancy. —Remember, llerke’s Oyster Parlors are ojien at all hours. Fresh Eastern and Olympia Oysters served to the Queen’s tsste. o!7 —T. J. V. Clark announces that he is a candidate for the office of United State* marshal. He hopes to get in through soldier influence. —The Chinaman who stabbed George Morris in an altercation on P. J. Flint’s ranch last June is again at liberty. The grand jury failed to And a true bill against him. —Mrs. Laura J. May sold this week to John Mockler, through Kodman A Kshel man, lots 7 and 8, block 188, for S4OO. Mr. Mockler will at once proceed to build a residence on this property. —Over three hundred pupils are now enrolled in the North Yakima public schools and this number would be still further increased but for the overcrowtled condition of the school building. — l The jury in the case of Dick See, who was taken from Kittitas county to Los Angeles to answer to the crime of mur dering a man named Duncan, twenty-two years previous, have disagreed for the second time. —D. D. Weddle was arrested by Sheriff Lesh to-day, charged with assaulting his brother-in-law, Lewis Lanch, with a deadly weapon. The assault is said to have grown out of a dispute over posses sion of certain range. —When the hair shows signs of failing begin at once to use Ayer’s Hair Vigor. This preparation strengthens the scalp, promotes the growth of new hair, restores the natural color to faded and gray hair, and renders it soft, pliant and glossy. —Mrs. Hugh Vansyckle made applica tion for divorce at the recent term of court held at Kllensburgh, on the ground of abandonment, but Judge Calkins refused to accede to her request. The trial was held behind closed doors and the details were of a racy description. —Catarrh is in the blood. No cure for this loathsome and dangerous disease is possible until the poison is thoroughly eradicated from the system. For this purpose Ayer’s Sarsaparilla is the best and most economical medicine. Trice sl. Six bottles, $5. Worth $5 a bottle. —Jack Ho wen, who killed Donald Roes at Fasten on the 17th of April, during a drunken brawl, was convicted of man slaughter and sentenced to five years in the penitentiary. Ross hailed from the Black Hills and had been in the country only three days when he met his death. —Henry Bunting and Peter (Jervais, Jr., confessed to the burglarizing of T. T. Williams’ bouse on the 7th of July, and Judge Calkins sentenced Bunting to one year and (Jervais to eighteen months in the penitentiary. The lightness of the sentence was due to their immature years. —James Dysart, 8. L. Bates and A. T. Mason, late commissioners of Kittitas county, are in the city as witnesses in the case of Nelson Bennett vs. ex-Sheriff 8. T. Tack wood. The suit is over the taxing of the tunnel' plant, Bennett giving in the valuation at $15,000 and Packwood raising the figures to $45,000. —Walla Walla Journal: One year from now Olympia, Ellensburgh and North Yakima will again loom up and play a three banded game of euchre for the capi tal. The one holding the biggest trumps will take the most tricks and win the game, while the other two will get euchred, as it were, or, in other words, “get left.” —Robert F. Gibbs is in forty feet with his tunnel on the Comstock mine in the Summit district. The tunnel is six feet wide and six feet deep. The ore, which is free milling, gold tearing, runs SSO to the too. The Hanging Rock mine, owned by File A Co., assays SOOO silver and S2O gold to the ton. A Tacoma banker who is interested in the Hanging Rock pro poses to put in a ten-stamp mill in the spring. —Harry W. Augustine is a well know n “commercial traveler” who has many friends In this city who will be glad to know that he has just drawn $21,250 out of Spokane Falls property on a small in vestment. The drummers who have bad the shrewdness to dip into real estate in the progressive cities of this territory have invariably coined money, a number of them having made ten strikes in North Yakima. —B. J. Lowe and Capt. J. T. Simmons returned from a hunting and prospecting trip to Rumpin river. They killed a fine young black bear and plenty of small game. Capt. Simmons says there are now about thirty prospectors up the Natchees and anticipates that there will be a thousand in there in the spring He further says that a good road is badly needed and that if the city will furnish the powder and tools those interested in claims stand ready to do* the work. If this is not done there is danger that the outfitting and supplies will be captured by some other point. PKHHONAL. Maurice Karri* i* hack from Seattle. Cna*. Snipes of The Dalles i* in the city. Win. Ker returned from Portland Sun day. John Golden returned from Goldendale Sunday. Judge Rudkina, of Ellensburgh, is in the city. David Wilson, of Tacoma, was in the city Sunday. Mrs. John Buckley returned from Cen tralis to-day. Hon. S. A. Wells, of Kitsvllle, spent Sunday in the city. W. G. Kirkman is back from a visit to Walla Walla and Dayton. Attorney James M. Ashton, of the N. T. R. R. Co., is in the city. W. 8. Mann, formerly of the firm of Clark & Mann, is in the city. Judge I. A. Navarre, of Chelan, |tassed Saturday and Sunday in the city. H. A. Clarke, of Spokane Falls, spent several days In the city this week. U. 8. Prosecuting Attorney W. H. White is in attendance upon court. W. V. Rinehart, of Seattle, was regis tered at the Hotel Yakima Sunday. J. T. Eshelman returned Monday from a trip to Walla Walla and Waitsburg. A. P. Sharpatein was the guest of the Hotel Yakima for several days this week. F. M. Spain, of Spokane Falls, is in the city arranigng to move to Yakima next week. Mrs. Fred Carter, nrr Miss Alice Parker’ arrived from Seattle Tuesday on a visit to relatives. Mrs. Vansyckle, of Walla Walla, |is visiting her son, Oscar Vansyckle, at the old town. E. A. Hoag, the chief engineer of the Oregon Pacific railroad is registered at The Yakima. Mr*. John Thompson and infant dsngh ter are down from Ellcrntburgh, the guests of Mrs. O. Wig well. Mra. 1). W. Stair, who has l>een visiting her sister, Mrs. Carter, at Seattle, re tained home Tuesday. Joe. Bartholet returned from Portland Saturday. He says the exposition is a great success this year. Lafayette Little, formerly of Yakima, was married at El lens burgh, October 10, to Miss Elisabeth Wagle. David Chambers and family of the Sound are here Chandlers’ brother, Thomas J. Chambers. Miss Mollie Merwin has returned from Seattle, where she was the guest of her friend, Miss Aenene Wfieelock. Judge O. F. Weed has leased his resi dence for three years to Mr, Pennington, of the firm of Sawyer A Pennington. Sujerior Judge-elect C. B. Craves, and Attorneys R. Cowan and M. Gilliam came down from Kllensburgh to-day. J. Nunan, of the Watervdle Immigrant, has been taking in the attractions of North Yakima during the past week. Among those who propose leaving for the east next week on a visit are W. D. Beck, A. M. Miller ami Miss learning. Among the attorneys from abroad in attendance upon court are W. I .air Hill, of Seattle, and J. H. Mitchell, Jr., of Ta coma. I*. Frederick, of Frederick A Maude, Seattle, was in the city Monday and Tuesday looking after his property inter ests here. Robert Bennett left to-day for Michigan to look after the settlement of an estate in which he is interested. He will be absent three or four weeks. W. W. Fish and family, of Elmira, N. Y., were guests of the Hotel Yakima for several days this week. Mr. Fish is a large holder of Yakima realty. Messrs. Soloman M. Webber, Everett Rooen*, Thorpe Roberts, Charles Keen, C. H. Whitney and William Neil, of Eastern Yakima, are in the city making proof before the land officers. Congressman-elect John L. Wilson passed through the city Wednesday, en route for Spokane Falls. Accompanied by his wife and child he will leave for Washington, D. C., Sunday. Mr. Kingsley, the representative of the Oneida community, is here arranging to build a big irrigation canal to cover the vast amount of land in eastern Yakima, bought a year ago of the N. P. R. R. Co. W. F. Jones left Monday evening for Portland and the Willamette valley. He will take in the races, where his horse Bangem is making a splendid record and running along with the beet of the racers. Cortland (N. Y.) Standard: Mr. E. R. Welch, of North Yakima, Washington, is visiting his nephew, L. R. Lewis, at 60 Lincoln avenue. Mr. Welch is a native of Chenago county and this is his first visit east in forty years. Alex. D. Charlton, assistant general passenger agent of the Northern Pacific, and Miss Ida M. Comstock, of Portland, were married at that place on Wednes day evening, October 9. The bride is the sister of Mrs. Thomas Howes, who re cently visited friends in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Charlton have left for the east via the Canadian Pacific on their wedding tour. A Southampton cable despatch of Octo ber 9 announces the death of Samuel Rockwell Reed, for many years the noted editorial writer on the Cincinnati Commer cial-daiette. The late Samuel 8. Cox, while on a visit to this country, just pre vious to his death, said that he considered “8. R. Reed the foremost editorial writer of the day.” The late Mr. Reed was the uncle of Fred R. and K. M. Reed,- of this city, and a brother of Hon. Alexander Reed, of Tacoma. B*S*t Let Ike OpporlßSlir Wig Buy only the best of trees and those which have liecome acclimated here. Trees sold by dealers from abroad seldom live when transplanted in a section where all the atmospheric conditions and the soil are dissimilar. E. R. beaming has tens of thousands of ornamental, shade and fruit tree* of the most approved varieties and as they are propagated and grown here, they can be depended upon for standing transplanting. Now is the time to im prove your holdings. Mr. learning has the City Nursery, which is located just north of the town, and it would pay any one to visit it. —The Moxee company has cut its fifth crop ol alfalfa. They expect to get one more crop this year. ImptrlrS Draft Horses. Galbraith Bros., of Janesville. Wis., the celebrated importers of horses, haves fine line of Clydesdale, Knglishsbire, Hackney and Cleveland Bay stallions at the Dive Stock Exchange, corner Fourth and Asn streets, Portland, to which they invite the attention of the Yakima horse raisers. These are said to he th* beet draft horses ever brought to the North west, all having high individual merit and liest strains of breeding. As the Messrs. Galbraith are resiwnsible dealers and guarantee every animal as represented, the horse men of Yakima, could do no better than confer with them. *3t —I buy my underwear direct from the factories, and am now offering it at prices which were never liefore heard of in North Ynkima. Call and examine goods and prices, and see for yourself. • Mvaos H. Ellis. —Headers, in our advertising columns you will see the generous offer of (ioodwin A Pugsley. Six lots in the beat port of town given away. This is an opportunity which should not be thrown away. • —Bartholet Bros, will not be undersold in anything—dry goods, clothing, furnish ing goods, boots and shoes, hats and caps, crockery, groceries, and in fact everything kept in a first-class store. * —For dys|tepsia and liver complaint,you have a printed guarantee on every bottle of Hhiloh’s Vitalizes It never fails to cure. For sale by C. B. Hush noli, drug gist. —Why wilt you cough when Shiloh’s Cure will give immediate relief. Price 10 cents, 50 cents and |l. For sale by C. B. Bushnell, druggist. —Catarrh cured,health and sweet breath secured, by Shiloh’s Catarrh Remedy. I*rice 50 cents. Nasal injector free. Sold by C. B. Bushnelf. —C. K. McEwen is now offering sad dles, bridles, harness and everything in his line at prices not to lie duplicated this side of Portland. * —For square dealing and value received for your bird earned cash, call on T. G. Redlield for anything in the line of jew elry. • —Sleepless nights, made miserable by that terrible rough. Shiloh’s Cure is the remedy for you. Sold by C. B. Bushnell. For a nobby suit, made to order, do not fail to call on our popular merchant tailor. M. IVobach, on Yakima avenue. * —Every garment made by M. Pro bach is warranted a good fit, good work manship and to give satisfaction. • — l The stock of harness, saddles, Ac., at C. E. McEwon’s is the best in the city, and his prices are the lowest. * —Call on Myron H. Ellis and examine his fine line of winter underwear; one door south of opera bouse. * -Croup, whooping cough and bron chitis immediately relieved by Shiloh’s Cure. Sold by Bushnell. —Parties wanting coal in quantitiea will please give their orders in early. John Reed, agent. 32-tf. —Go and see the new Japanese goods just received by M. H. Ellis, successor to 1. H. Dills A Co. • —Goodwin A Pugs ley’s fire insurance companies do not caned their policies. Give us a call. * —Money to loan in any amounts, on ap proved security, by R. Strobacb, North Yakima. tf —Choice feed, oats and chopped |barley for sale at the North Yakima roller mills. —All of the latest styles in gents’ fur nishings are to be found at M. H. Ellis’s.* —Goodwin A Pugsley have cheap money to loan on improved business property.* —Six lots given away to people who will build. Goodwin A Pugsley. • —Hia lots given away to people who will build. Goodwin A Pugsley. • —Myron H. Ellis has the finest line of neckwear in the city. • —A full Hue of shirts always on hand at Myron 11. Ellis’. * —Go to Bartholet Bros, for your Yaki ma dairy butter. • Notice for PsMlcslloa. Land Ornca at Koara Yakima, W. T.,1 October 11, MS. j ■mronct U hereby siren that the follow In* named settler has Sled notice of hia In tention to make final proof In rapport of bla claim, and that aald proof will be made before the Register and Receiver of the U. 8. I .and Of fice at North Yakima.W. T., on Nor. 22. MS, via: MAJOR R. MORRISON, who made Homestead Entry No. 144 for the NU SW'i and N'< SE>- of Sec. 22, Tp. IS, N. R. IS B. He name* ihe follow In* wltneaaea to prove hla continnoua residence apon and cultivation of said land, via; W. C. Cappa, Jaa. 11. Stoat. John f. Reed, (ieorge Plbyrn, all of North Yakima, W.T. IRA M. KRUTZ, 017-n2l Reclater. HVm TMTKIHLKM. XTOTICE 18 IIKRRRY OIVKN TO THE l\ hpm kholdera of the Natchea and Cowycbee Ditch Company; That a meeting of the aald Stockholders will be held attheotfesof Whltaon A Parker. North Yakima. Washington, on Batar day, the 7th day of December. IMS. at the hour of I o’clock p. m., for the purpose of voting on the question as to whether the Capital Stock of the aald Company shall be increased from fs/100 to 912,000. Dated October 4, MS. J. T. STEWART, President.) W. I. I.INCB. J Trustees. JOSEPH STEPHENSON. > Chas. L. Oako, secretary, oclbSt BuYirlSlm Our Ute trip through the Eaot (lave ui au opportunity to inaks Bargain Buysl Aud w« are now prepared to make Bargain Sales U.M IKRWEAR Wat Never Cheaper thaa New I ClottLing. A nlrc clean line! Odd Panta! ('all and examine our Stiff and Soft. A line of Bteteou’e couetantlp ou hand. VnillM Yakima Ave., Opp. Yakima Nat’l Bank. OSO. * V A SCR. T. L. P. MIL FORD. Report of the Condition Of the Fir Hi National Bank ot North Yak ima, in the Territory of Waehiugton, at the clou of bnrinett, Sept. SO, 1880: aasocacaa. Loan* and diamante $183,914.86 Overdraft a. wared and unaeoured . 4,14>.81 V H. Honda, to ware circulation 2Ti.000.00 Other Ktocka, honda and mortßairca 677.14 Due from approved reaerve ageuta 3..W60 Due from other National Banka . .. 8.8 M.52 Due from state Banka and baukera 1,717.86 Real eatate. furniture and fliturea . 22,176.01 Current expeiiaea and taxea paid 1,310.08 Premium* paid 1.425.01 Check* and other caato itema . 2,180.44 Bllla of other hauka ........ 725.08 Fractional paper currency, nickel* and cents 29.05 Specie 10.43X.A0 lAital-teuder notes 857.08 Redemption fund with P. 8. Treaanrer (5 per cent, of circulation) 1,125.08 Total .. 271,068.82 LIASIUTIBB. Capital Stock paid in 1100400.08 Surplus fund ... 24400.08 Undivided profits 3.452.88 National Bank notea outetandlnß . 22,400.00 Indlridnal deposits subject to chock 83467.84 Demand certificates of oepoait . 28,358.88 Dim to other National Sanaa 4414.85 Doe to State Banka and bankers ... 10,68748 Total 271450.82 Territory or Washington,) County or Y a rim a. j I. W. L. stein wer. Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. W. L. Stiikwko, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th f*RAL-J day of Oct, 1888. Faso Parkis. Notary Public. Correct—Attest; SowAsn Whitson.* J. R. Ijiwia, > Directors. A. W. Bmols, > The Celebrated French San, 'ffST “APHRODITINE” ZSS3 fls Bold on a pobitivk \ Kara v form of nervous I dP. Jf disease, or any disorder of the sar*sras r *frw ssfSij^4ais , Sfßa.^s Weakneaa, Hysteria. Nervous Prostration Nocturn al EmUsloos Leuoorrhosa, Dteslnaas, Waak Mam — * A WHITTEN GUARANTEE for every 15.88 order, to refuiid the money if a rcrnsstal cure Is not effected. Tbonsands of testimonials fnmt oldand younr. of both sexes, permanently cured by Aphioditinb. Circular free. Address The aphro medicine go. wsstbsh bbanch, BOX 27, PORTLAND, OK. HOLD BY ALLEN A CHAPMAN, Sold Agents, North Yakima. W. T. Sold by Alien A Chapman. An Economical Fence, IHAVK now the sole rtaht for Yakima Conn er for ° U * °* ,he ***** V>M lwwi * ver pat ” IT B VEIT MAABLE All CRAT. Wire and machine for maklu on hand. Those Great I-X-L Co. Have jost received the grandest assortment and the latest styles that have ever been shown in North Yakima, consisting of Cloaks, Wraps and Walking Jackets. Our line of Ladles’, Children’s and Misses’ Cloaks are made ol the best fabrics, and in vorkmanahip these Cloaks are far superior to any ever brought to this city. We will offer in this line for the next 20 days, the best of bargains for the money, as we are overstocked and in need of room. Li* Do Dil Bis Ills Grot Goli Gnortuitr. Dress Goods Department. Our line of Dress Goods is now opsn and we kindly ask you to call and inspect. Owing to the growth of North Yakima and our prospects for the Capital, and hav ing informed oar Eastern Beyer of the facts, be has selected the finest line of dress goods in Black and Colored Cashmeres, Nuns Veiling, in all Shades. French Imported Beiges, German Imported Frale, Fssncfa Imported Henrettes, Combination Suitings, Persian Suitings, SnitirLKS. TrlminA xigs. Persian Trimmings, Beaded Trimming*. Colored Marie Trimming*, Fancy Colored Soraha, Velvet Plashes, Together with the unique and Latest Craze ii Feniai Bittns aU Quit ti latck Braii Triiiiia Hosiery Department. WGrand Knock-out in Prion, in Ladies’, Misses’, nod Children's Hosiery.,^* Snaps. Snaps. Snaps. Underwear I Underwear! Having purchased direct from the Manufacturer CASES OF UNDERWEAR! We can give every purchaser the profit that ia made by the Jobber, as we are able to handle ench quantities thereby Until Ov Mum hi 10 UIS Until Diilir. Shoes. Shoes. Boots. Boots. Having just received oar Fell Stock we will offer the best bargains 16 be found ae we must make room. Cash :: Quotations! Groceries. Groceries. RIO Pound Box Cracker. 86 T Coul Of], Per Cue <3 S5 | I Gallon Keg Fickle* IS Ij El Gallon Keg Sjrrnp 100 _ I Pound PKkege Tm;. » I) 14 Pound* Rice 180 I 10 Pound* (ir.oul.ted Sugar 100 U I 1! Found. Golden C Sugur 100 fj I 8 Cure Tomatoea 100 j j 1 80. Soup, » Bun 1» JJ Dl Cant No. 1 Table Fruit 100 .. 6 Pound Can Baking Powder 100 1/ I! Peckegee Corn BUrch 100 I K II PKUgee Olcee SUrch 100 S 11 GREAT I-X-l CO: Hyman Harris, Prop. 3