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G T&E OMAHA DAILY BEE : tfHUK.SDAY , JUNE 27 , 1889 ,
THE DAILY BE ,
OFF1OK. NO 12 PKAHIj STUKBT.
rcHvcrcdfoy cnrrlcr In Any Tnrt of hoCltyn
TWfntyCcntB I'crWcek. . . , , .
11. W. TJI/ION. JIANAOLlt.
Nionr Emrou. No.zi
N. Y.PIumbintf Co.
C. U. Mimic Co. , R33 B'wny.
Rcltcr , tnllor , DID Hroadwny.
Evnns * laundry , 724 Urondway.
D. W. Otis , city nnd furm loans.
Ofllcor Tynon was ussiuiHeil nnd knocKed
down yesterday morning by a colored vn-
grant , but was not seriously Injured. No
arrests wcro tnado.
The camp aicetltiR fovcr hM broken out In
local Salvation army circles. A Rcnuino
camp tncctliiK is to bo bold , bcaumlng July
20. Tlio Bight Is not yet determined upon.
Deputy United States Marshal Wyland
yesterday , brought In two Woodbine citizens
on the charge of bootlofsInK whisky , there
by defrauding the treasury of lawful reve
nue. They will huvo tholr cases looked up
by the federal grand Jury In Septcmtnr.
Tlio Western Iowa College rlosos the
Bprlnc term on Fritlny with nn excursion on
Lake Munnwn on the steamer Nellie Keller ,
nnd Biippur in the grove at Wright's landing ,
returning to the city at 0 o'clock. All stu
dents and ex-students tire Invited to this re
union. Meet at the college at ! ) o'clock , or
later at the lako.
A supposed catastrophe In the Milwaukee
yards at a Into hour Tuesday night , resulted
In the thorough drenching of the coroner , police -
lice nnd rcportoip , uut no dead jium. A
friendless vag bulTerlng from epilepsy was
the causa of the rumor. Owing to the Isola
tion of thn locality , no one was inuidcrcd by
the disappointed news guthcrcrs ,
Information was ( lied against John Evcrs
yesterday morning , charging him with the
maintenance of u nulsunco on the rear of
his nromlscs , No. C25 Main street. The com
plaint ullcgcs livcrn kills stock at the place ,
and throws mntiura and ofTctislvu matter In
his yard. The case will bo hoard to-morrow.
Tin ; Information was liloct by J. C. Water
man at the request of neighbors ,
Notes and mortgages bought And sold ,
money loaned ; fire insurance. Robert
Y. Inues , SO Pearl st.
The Now Ogilon is catching traveling
men nt $2 per day.
Council 131uffs Furniture company for
good goods nt low prices. 407 Broadway.
S. B. Wiidsworth & Co. loan money.
J. G. Tipton , ronl osjtnto , r,27 B'dwuy. '
Money loaned at L. B. Graft's A ; do. 'I '
loan oflico on furniture , pinoo * . horspa ,
wagons , personal property of all kinds ,
nnd all other articles of value , without
removal. All business strictly conli-
Corporal Tuitiiur Will Cnnin.
Major Lyinau received a telegram from
Washington yesterday morning convoying
the Information that the trouble that was
causing the delay In Corpor.il Tanner's start
from that city hud been removed , and that
the commissioner would positively bo hero
Monday evening. Tills was n most welcome
surprise to the old soldiers , to whom the re
port of Corporal Tuuncr'a inability to come
was a keen disappointment. It is stated
that nil effr > rt is being made to have the
distinguished speaker deliver his lecture at
the Uhautaunua grounds instead of nt ,
Masonic temple , but it Is not yet dollnituly
settled where the speaking will take place.
Steam nnd hot water heating , first-class
plumbing. Work in both cities. JOHN' Giu-
IIUUT , 518 Pearl street , .Council Ufulls.
C. 11. Trunl : Factory moved to Chapman's
old stand. Largest trunk factory m west.
Bodino reeling will last longer and
give better satisfaction than any roofing
made ; will not crack , curl or split , and
makes a perfectly solid joint on the entire -
tire roof. Birkinbine Engineering and
Supply company , 115 Peurl street , Coun
cil Blurts , In.
AVhy tlio Break Occurred.
Quito an interesting little cpisoilo has
Dccn brought to light since the recent com
mencement exercises of the high school class
of 'SO. It will bo remembered that one of
the young lady members of the class ilia not
appear on the stage to take part In the ex
ercises , and her absence was attributed to
temporary Illness. It now transpires that
thcro is quite a sensational occurrence con
nected with the CJIRO.
It seems that a quiet wedding took place
about six months ago , but very foxvoutsldo
of the interested parties icnow anything
about It. The months ( lew by , and it was
apparent that thcro was troublu in store for
someone. Nothing was said , howovcr , and
the younir wife continued In school until the
close of the term. When the subject of
graduation was spoken of there
, was n big kick all around.
The superintendent declared that this pupil
Bhoulil not graduate unless she appeared un
der her rightful nnd wedded name. Ho de
manded It In the name Qf tlio schools of the
city. A rather warm dobuto was the result ,
and n secret meeting of the school hoard was
Held for the solo purpose of discussing and
finally settling the cusc. The eouTso of the
superintendent was uphold and it was
formally decreed that Miss Van Glcscn
should graduate as Mrs. Fuller , or not at all.
. Bho admitted the truth of tlio statements
made when questioned concerning them , and
BHHl that she was afraid that the school
board would object to her graduating if the
truth waa known , so had kept the matter
quiet. She said that she wanted her di
ploma , but would not appear on the stage un
less thu board Insisted. The board was not
disposed to Insist , BO the exciciscs wont oil
without her assistance.
It Is stated that another wedding will take
place In the neur future , when a full explana
tion will bo made. The young ladies of the
graduathiK class wore the ones who princi
pally objected to the young wife participating
in the graduating exercises , as they dreaded ,
au unpleasant reflection. Thu linal outcome
was satisfactory to all parties concernedand
the interested parties are all congratulating
Boalilelohotoicanlrul location , firstclusa
Notice the beautiful tlnish givois col
lars , cuJlH and ehiit > by Cascade Lnun-
Money loaned on furniture , pianos ,
cliiUHOiiiin , horses , buggies or anything
of value at low rates of Interest. No
publicity ; fair and honorable dealing.
A. A. Clark ifc Co. , olllco cor. Broadway
nnd Main , over American o.Vprcss.
Call on the Birldnbino Engineering
and Supply company , 115 Pearl street ,
Council Bluffs , la. , and examine the
Bodino rooling. It will pay you ; faum-
pics sent on application.
Nn Sympathy in llomtrloks' Court.
.Justice Hcndrlcks dismissed the Qladwln
woman , who was charged with larceny in
his court by her sister , Ucrtio Wilson , who
ls now consorting with Mrs. Gladwln's hus
band , contrary to the wIMies of the wife.
The Justice was well pleased to get rid of the
No Explosion *
When persons keep cool and use our
* Sun Dial" gas stoves. Vow holes ,
roaster and balceovou. Costa 7 cunts
per hour when running full blast. New
York Plumbing Co.
M Wollinan , jeweler , moved to538 B'y-
Dr. 0. 0. Dar.ou , dentist , Opera house
Splendid bnnrnws at Marcus' clothing
tprc bcfni-c removal to ucw UUUtuf.
WE BLUFFS LITIGATION ,
The Tltlo to Grtvhnm Avenue Now In
A SCHOOL GIRL'S GAY ESCAPADE.
St. Francis' Commencement
nil Tanner Will Bo Hero Next
Monday General nnd I'cr-
Honal Matters of Interest.
Tltlo to Grntmm Avenue Involved.
At the meeting of thu city council Monday
evening , Alderman Kvarctt Intlpatcd that
ho was about to compel the city to reduce
the wluth of Graham avenue from 100 to CO
feet. Tlio alderman owns considerable prop
erty on the street mentioned , in the south
eastern part of the city , and this fact Is at
thu bottom of the Impending difficulty. Ills
buildings thcro project Into the street , and
he , In company with several others similarly
situated , Wcro ordered souio time
ago. by the city council , to remove
said obstruction from a public highway.
The others complied with the order of the
council , but Mr. Everett not only refused to
obey , but continued to increase the obstruc
tions. Such Is the case as stated by the city
The matter came up at council meeting
Monday evening , as above stated , nnd Al
derman Everett was nrescnt , loaded for
bear. The alderman alleged that the city
surveyor was responsible for the matter by
running tlio lines Improperly , which the
latter denied , and thcro was u very Hvqiy
ntul Interesting tilt fora few minutes , greatly
to the delight of the spectators.
Mr. Everett alleges that sixty-sK feet Is
ample width for the street , and the Indica
tions uro ut present that he has the law on
Uov. E. It. Eaton led the devotions of the
morning hour. The heavy rains of last night
were n great benefit to the grounds , and 'out
llttlodiscomlort to the campers last night.
The ground is solid ns avnllc , and at 10
o'clock all was nicely dried off.
The various classes , Junior boys' and girls'
normal , led by Uov. J. T. Docking ; Hrst
year's normal , by Dr. J. C. W. Coxo , at 8
a. in. The assembly bible study , led by Dean
Writ-lit. And right hero let It bo said that
the disposition of a few present to inter
rupt the dean with questions is doing
Injustice to many others whoso rights are na
distinct as theirs. Let us have the bencllt
of Doan Wright's help until Friday , when ho
will leave us. Hcv. W. C. Tranter led the
intermediate normal ut the same hour , U a.
m 'Je-n a. m. is the beginning of the
crowded hours. Chorus cm0 , ? rnf > o ;
ministers cla gjjiclocniio .oy i"rof. Junv
nock. At luiu : : , "i'ho Orcelc Study In
Romans" was conducted by Dean Wright in
the Greek room. 1'rof. Case ha ? boon quietly
but efllelcntly conducting hU voice culture
chiss and malsing linn progress. Ho is one
of the ablest teachers in the country , anil his
teaching Is parfcct.
At 1:30 : Di > an Wright met his beginners'
class in Greek. His final examination of
these classes will bo held Friday.
A 1.1:10 : Dean Wright continued the lecture ,
"Beginning of Thinirs , " and showed that
even the metaphysical treatment of n subject
can bo made interesting. It is worth the rec
ollection of those who have the public car
that the people the mass of the hearers are
not weary of the old truth , nor of the old
bible , but ot the weary way some have of
SiOO a. m. .Junior Normal , boys and eirls ,
lcv. Juntos T. Docking. First year's
normal , Dr. .1. C. W. Coxc.
9OJ : n. m. Intermodule normal , boys and
gins , Uov. W. Tranter. Assembly bible
study. Dean Wright.
Tnbcrnuclc. minister's class in elocution ,
Prof. It. L. Oumnock.
11:00 : a. in. Dramatic , humorous and select
readings. . Prof. K. L. Cumnoclc.
1:80 : p. in. > Tcw testament , Greek , closing
rcvlow. Lecture , Dr. Macrae , Council
2:20 : p. in. Concert , the Fisk Jubilee singers.
1:00 : p. m. Ministers' institute , "Tho
Pauline , or Fifth Gospel , " Dean H. II.
5.00 p. m. C. I , . S. C. round table lecture -
turo , Prof. C. II. Cooper , "I'ho Anti-Slav-
cry Agitatation. "
7:00 : p. m. Chorus class , Prof. C. C. Case.
8:00 : p. m. Concert , the Apollo club of
Omnha.-assisted by Rogers' band.
City steam laundry , 34 Main , tel.-Ml.
Jirith of I. W. Unopcr.
The friends of Isaac W. Cooper were pain
fully shocked yesterday afternoon by the
announcement of his death , which occurred
at 12:30 : at his residence , No. 122 Bentoii
street. Known almost to everybody and
without an enemy In the world , a painful
interest has been takun in his sickness , and
although , known to bo seriously ill , his
friends wcro not fully prepared for the an
nouncement of his death.
Mr. Cooper has been a resident of Council
Hluffs for the past thirteen years , nnd dur
ing all that time has been an uctivo member
of the lire dcgartmont , ami at the time of his
death was the recording secretary of the
llreineas' association. Thirteen years ago
ho Joined the Phoenix hook and ladder com
pany and continued with it until the volun
teer department gave way to the paid sun ico.
Since then ho has been u leading spirit In
tho.vcteran local and state associations. Ho
wno one of the most skilled si n writers in
Conimcncmiicnt at St. Frrncis' .
CTho eighteenth annual commencement ex
ercises of St Francis' academy were begun
nt the academy last evening , and the closing
exercises will take place to-night. About
400 people attended the exorcises of the
evening , nnd the careful rendition of the well
prepared programme amply repaid them for
their attendance. This evening the gradu
ates , four in nr.tnbcr. will read their essays ,
and receive thrir diplomas. The honors and
medals for scholarship , deportment , nmlabil-
Itv and klndrod virtues will also bo delivered.
The pupils will leave for tholr homes Friday
morning , with the oxqcptlon of about fifteen ,
who will spend the summer at tlio academy.
Have our wagon call for your soiled
clothes. Casoade Luimdrv Co.
An Ottlei.il Notification.
OTTAWA , Out. , Juno 20. Tlio department
of Justice has received from Justice Haiti , of
Winnipeg , oflluiul notice of the fact that a
warrant has been Issued for the arrest of
Martin Ihirlce , alias Cooper , for the murder
of Dr. Cronln. No further proceedings will
bo taken by the department until Uurko Is
committed for extradition.
J , D. KUUUNPSOV. C. I , , SlIUdAtlT ,
1'rcs. Vice I'ro a
( 'HAS. It. 11 ANXA.N. Cashier.
CITIZEN'S STATE BANK
I'nta UP capital
t-iirplin . . .
J.iubiiitifr to ivpositors. . rro.x.oo. )
ninrcTOiisi . A. Miller. 1' . O , Uleanon. U. li.
Shuiart ; , 1 ! . K. Hurt , J. I ) . IMmuutUoii. Chas. 11.
liumn. ! Trmisnct cener.il bunking buMnesi.
Largest oiiHlul and hiirplm of nay bank In
southv.'cMern Iowa. Intcrcit on time deposits
VASTni ) A good dnng room grl RttomA
TV rcatourant , it)7 ) Uroodvray.
oit ENT A second story front rpMn.7ltr
nlcovo : well furnished ; bath. llefOf cnc
exchanged. 1013 3d nvo. . Council muffs. _
- solicit for the So-
WANTKO-Flvomonto Loan n'sotlatlnn , of
Minneapolis Mlieral compensation. Cull on
or address Ed 12. Ward , mauuger , Ugden House ,
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
TSTANTr.D MO nieces on seomMianil c.upct ,
1 V also all goocf socoml-hnnd furniture. A ,
J. Mandcl , Nos.iCl ana 325 llroailwny. _
TfilOIl KXCIlANOU-Soverftl geol farms to ox
-U chringo for Council Illairs lots. Johnston
& Van I'atten , Kvcrctt block. _
AHAItn clmnco for i splendid' Investment ,
requiring onorgir rather thin lorco. c.xpltnl ,
A fortune for the rlnht mini. Half Interest In
the lincst practical patent ever Issued. Ad
dress Swan & Walker , t 1'oftrl street , Council
T7\OU \ HHNT-Stciro room. Ko. 18 Mam st.
JJ after July 1. N. C. .1 nines. U I'carl st. _
T > iAI. : KSTATR llought and solit and ex-
J.v chanced. Special attention Riven to exam
ination of titles. W. 0. Jnmea , No. 10 I'carl St. ,
Council lllulTa. _ _
TjlOIl UKNT ICiuy terms two now five-room
JJ homes , 18th nve. between lllgn nnd Third
sts. Hell cheap" If taken this week. Inquire
owner. J. Dickey , 713 II. Way. _
FOIt SAtiK Old cstabllsSoil general mer
chandise business , stocx , fltturcs. wnijoni ,
etc. Good room and low rent. Address , J ,
Dickey , 7 toil. Way
FOR HUNT Furnlim r unfurnished largo
ten-room housa. bath room , as , furnnco ,
etc. , at 015 willow avo. Kaqtilre nt promise 3or
0. U.Sllllman. llrown blok. _
FOH HUNT Lurse doubleoifiM over Frank
Levin's cigar store , UJilfJ nd\vny. Imiutro
of 1'rank Levin
" \\7ANTPb-r.vcry1 > ody In the city to romcni-
bur .Mnndol's bargain furniture stbro Is
the place to buy your goods. 3 and3 . > llroad-
F I OK HUNT Three untarnlsheil roonm Milt.
able for light housekeeping. 10 1 3rd nveiuio
Below wo give names of n feivoriho many
I'ulrons of tlio
In Council UltilTs and vicinity. The character
of the patroas uamo.l , nnd the nnlount entrusted -
trusted by each to thu protection of the company -
pany , indicates the contldenca eujoyed by It nt
homo where Iw manaur ot doliig business 13
ft. P. Dlllln . 5 , OJO
l.uney llros. fe Co . , . JIT.OJO
Charles llauglm . r > ( ) , axj
II. i > . Morrow . . . . 1".U.V )
John llennctt . , . . . . V.7M
William O'ilallcriin . f.'idJ
Charles Shields . 7 , TOO
N. W. NIIMII . 7U" J
I. A. Miller . WOO
fieoryo A. Kry . 0OW
Henry lllsunninOo . d.Oj. )
Shugart.Walti WU'S . I'.CCO
15. U Slmgnrt . WKa
Uor.inn Catholic Cliurcli . 40,0.1) )
Itomaa Catliollc Church , Westphalia. . . . 4P.'K > J
Carroll Coimty Court Mouse . Sl.lO )
TtT PianVi - "X yjSf f rtr
Craver , SiesTtt i Aimtln .
T.M.C.Lomn . ll. " < \ >
r > eeroVells.VCo . . . lO..tX )
George M. Williams . I''IK )
8. ] ) . Kohles . . . b.fO )
O. U. Cnrponti > r . . . . . . 0'iOH
.Masonic Temple . I' . Hi )
Metc.iir llro ? . . . ,0XI
C. A. HoobeA : Co . r.,001
S.S. ICellor . 3.MJ
NOTICK When our policy exceeds W'.IXW.iW
on property snbjeit to destruction by a Klnale
lire , the excess Is rc-lnsurjil In other conipanles.
UtSTIlK CHOICEST LOT Ol-
SUBURBAN & INTERIOR PROPERTY
In the clt.v. Ollt eilgud opportunities to inline-
dlito investors null home tjeexer. ! .
HQ I'carl St. . Council HlntH.
NDUIt .V CU3II AN
Are thoroughly prepared to take care of horses
and carriages of nil visitors to the l.xkc. Plenty
of Blicds nnd .stall" , and anlm ils and carriages
\\lllbusafelycarodfor. CliarKtsi rL'ii > on.iblo.
Accommodating hostlPH on haud nl lit iin.l
day. When you drive to the LaSe , don't forgot
Insure lit the U. S. Masonic Ilonovolent
Asvocialiun of Council JUnlIV , In. , the
ydiiiiLro.sl , largoil , chcnpcst anil best pluu
of .Masonic IiiHiirancc in the worlt ! . that
eonllnos its iiicmlicrshlpto its fratcniity.
Hidesallow Pelts Mb Furs ,
Highest m arket prlcc.s. Prompt returns. Nos
0 u ndjSS Main St. . Council llhitTs. lov.-a
TllOS.OFFICr.il. IV. II. M. I'UJS
OFFICES & PiiSt'f ,
Corner Main and nrojulwny ,
S , IOWA.
Dealers la forelKn r.ml domostlo etchana-e.
Collections mnile mid lutero.u paid ou time da-
Pos"b > _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - _ _
It consists of mow wliltu ilnkos. A produc
tion rroni Coal Tur. I'MItrBGlTA' 1IAKM-
IiKSS. Krco from oil. ncld or imy suljstauca
tlmt would liiirin tlm most dollcato rubric or
funthur. It uvaporntes without lu.ivlni ; an >
reslilue. Uklll.f motlis wlillo camphor merely
drives them away.
p > , , BRAZBKf
Sole Agent , Council Illutrs.
THE QO [ R MM STORE ,
A. A. HAKT. l rop.
Honest Watclios , Olocki , Jewelry nnil Silvar
wnio. All cli-nnluu unil rep-ilrlni ; uinler per
pomilFUparrlsion of tlio proiirlator. Stationary
Toilet article * ami I'erfnmory. nnoVntehos
Time Locka inul Clirouoinoters n Hnccliilty.
110 MAIN ST. , Council IllnirH.
i2 0 KKO4I1WAV.
Centrally located livery nnd boarding ntnblo
licit uccommodutloiH In tlio city. Special at
tention to transient ciiHtom.
W. A. II Ay 8 , Ifrop.
Tclcplioiio Stable , 77. Kua. S-U.
CENTRAL LIVEflY STABLE.
W. L PATTO.V , Prop.
KlcRnnt Rigs ut Reasonable Ittitos.
Nos. 19 and 21 , North Main Street.
Council Bluffs , Io\vi.
No. 10 Pearl Sfc.
to Inform the ladies of Dinalm and Council UUUTs that I
. liavo dolunnincd upon closing out my entlro stock
ol poods nt my
HAIR EMPORIUM ,
No , 20 , Mnln etrcot , , Council BlufTu , within the next 110 flayfe , ftnd
for this purpose I will sell my uoods PAR BELOW COST.
The stock consists of the finest line of hair goods and oi-niunUnta
west of Chicngo.
MRS. C. L. GrlLIiETT , ,
Oide/J ) Ui Vr lro m ll 1'roiapt Atteatlou. ' No , 29 Main St. , Council Bluffs ,
I DON'T ' | 1T THj EARTH
* Ol It ) * *
But wo < 1o want t"ho people ot Western
Iowa lojuipw that the
GREAT DARMfN SHOE STORE
NO. 1)0 ( .MAIN ST. ,
Cor. First Ax'oiuto , carry ' the largest
stock of BOOTtS , rmd Sl'lOES In this
city. That wo always load in popular
prices. That portions wanting reliable
goods can save tmgnoy by trailing with
us. ' S. A. PIERCE.
No. 27 , Main Street ,
Over .lacqiicmlti'x .IcwelryStoro
The Most Modern Novolltls In
Electric Trusses , Belts , Chest Pro
jectors , Etc ,
C. B. JUI > D ,
Continues to go on with a determination on our r > art to sell as nmoh
as possible of our immense stock before moving into our new building.
Everybody should come to our house to-morrow , and if not able to
come to-morrow , come the next day , or some day during : this week
We want to sell these goods , and we are going to do it
What is our losses your gain.
We do not deem it necessary to mention any particular line of bar
gains. Everything in the house will be sold at reduced prices. Cal
and convince yourselves.
Mail orders will receive prompt attention.
Council Bluffs. Iowa.
< -OAH * o nil. KINDS or CHATTtL MCUHITICS
LOWCST T Tt ON H AL ESTATE
tVtc. V T acV. JWcoutxt
A.B.MEHSMAN. . ' E. STKVHN.S
HERSMAN & STEVENS ,
( Successors to Morgan , Keller & Co. )
SPJCCHAI , ATTUSITJO.V G6VKX TO KMS
-AVI : cAititv A FUI.IJ MNI : on-
WOOD : CLOTH : AND : METALIC : CASES.
JOl'EN AT ALI < HOUKS OK DAY AND NIRHT.f -
: $ : . : ; ii IJIIOADWAY , COUNCIL BIJUKF.S.
SIZES FROM EspccialfAiiapteJ far
25 TO 300 ' LIGHTING ,
HORSE POWER. Mills and Elevators
SH | > cllc-Uloii9iml ! ostlinatcs furiilslio 1 for cotnplo'n ntr-im plitnf. Itczulntlon , Durntlllty KuaranteoJ.
Can sBoir lultcra Iroai uneri where fuel economy la cqunl with rcrlhs Niin-
E. C. HARRIS , Agent ,
Send for catalogue. No. 610 Pciii-1 Street , Council BlufTs.
Ccniiccted by Motor
Located on Lake Mannwa , the finest Watering Place nnd Summer-
the west , Beautiful Bonting and Fishing.
' " ' Unparalelled Bathing Beach.
I Special Batoa to Parties nnd Families. Correspondence -
ar Oay , rospondonco Solicit 3d.
Special Bargains in all Departments This Week.
czru IMMENSE ARRIVAL OF
Swiss Embroidered Flonncings ,
The prices the lowest ever seen ; Trom SO to BO per cent less
than asked by other dealers.
PARASOLS AT RmNOUS PRICES.
Hosiery , Mitts and Gloves.
Prices to suit nil. The most complete stock in the city.
Hose from lOc ; 3 for1 28c , to S1.2S n pair.
Our guaranteed Fast Black Hose nt 25c , 30c nnd SOc , bents the
wond. Every pnir warranted or money refunded.
Mitts and Gloves fror.i lOc n pair up.
IN GENTS ECKWEAR
We show the most complete line in the city. All the latest styles. An
examination will convince anyone. A manu'acturer's ' stock bought
for spot , cash , which will be cleared out at our usual low prices.
GENT'S ' V HITE SHIRTS .
At 26c , 4Be , BOc and 62Jc ; better value never handed out to a cus
Iii Table Linens , Crashes , Towels , Napkins ,
Muslins and Sheeting's ,
An examination will convince you that the Boston Store Is head
ARE YOU FOND OF'READING ?
The Boston Store will give awny free this week with every cake
of Balsam Fir Soup , the complete work of Ro'oerl Elsemere. also the
Battle of Belief , by the Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone , nil for 28c. . One
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