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KDAY, AHilL 30. OGDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: THl oc.'y espstt Lt'W J ri.rf ope of tte couratvl. TLey Jrfcia u.e NOTESFUOM SHOSHONE i.,tli at , triir y la tLat J later from Tiie tie f!l in luvtuiiim LiaLujiiig Soli. ! jj Lji'i uf a ' fre-ju-i- .t ar tn..t jf vt-r' J '.i.rrv t.-- t,. . r.'. 1, i!r CITi- ,Hl! of k.il 4&J 1 i.FlXTAlofc. T; , ; I'Utrkt CmiiH, TLe folio log bi.Mt.rM &s iu Ju.:fcv Miner's oourt jwaerday. Tie People vs. Warren THE XEW WATER WORKS trcs tl liichard. Out -- Other oa surrender of ly his LotRU-nic- , ordrcii.uiUi!ttuig iiiui t) thecus-vlof t!ue the 1'biuJ Hiat martta! in default of ritm UnL 11 u trial t f jr May J. Uj. The I'ooplo vs. Warren l:idhardrnj; rder setting aiiide former order, far- fcdiug had and relMuung and etuiier a! ing bondsmen. l't.aii et al va lieftha Ag ruMi et uL, it.iintii,g J.hn X. I Vikiux guardian ad IiUhu for the miliar dt fVinlaiit. K. IL t'iia.-- tt al. vs. !t IL ft al. urditr granting (.laiotilf to ai.d including April '.MU to tiie and serve etale-iiit-mi motion for a ne trial. F. J. Keif A On. va. L'uion Merciin-ti- ! (Vriupany: ordr vrantiug lilaiiitifT judgment oji the pluadinga antxrding to alini(i(ius Ui the answer, I'uiut-s- . Simiink, HAf Ajril 2S, 1;1. On the fwi Kmr.'u t'oimtitt i ing of the 27li, the Odd lVjk8 lt.lge wf tins lai"e had a line celebration i.f lh annitrrsary of U found ii.g of that order ia the L'tiiUxl KUt. Tti celebra as ml lb M. H Church, hiih tiou to by ortkvr i,f the oid-- r and UJim and children. Tim twetuoniea of the oceasiou occupied hours, with nlvtut one and one-half RDry, X.J, V. F. V. O, A. C. Lillurd, weretary and C. C. Haines treasurer. The unit km uas a very tine one, delivered by llfv. T.F. H6lor of the M. H Church AleKander, here, and was very eloquently deliver!. There was also very line and u.j;r.jriate singing, that by Win. Davis eiwdully eliciting great and deser ved ajipiauRe, The church had been festooned and wreathed very Ijeautifully by ladies of Shoshone hie h unhands belong to that order, and was also decorated with appropriate oiottos of the order. Tlie tine wreaths contributed smilingly with the breath of spring to the celebration. Dr. 'V.IK Rosa, and C. W. Wemekk high members of the order took active nud prominent part in preparing and in the ceremonies of the celebration. On the same evening iui'e a large delegation of members of the ( Jrand Army of the Republic arrived in Shoshone from Ketchuni, Huiley, Rellevuo, l'oca-telland other points where that organization has established postH, and uniforms of the ( i. A. II. were conspicuous all through the town, of those both at home here and from abroad, who wore n route to Home City to attend the first il meeting of the vtt rana and Sons Vrans of that order at the capital V state of Idaho. Tne morning fast ffroin the east look with it a large ry respectable delegation of such from the passenger depot trdr Jw filled Thoui, o Ijsrs. II. II Lubris and Wm. Walsh the art decorative tingkalsoininers and daily as paiier hangors fair prosect of a lull Binnuiera liefore Hiem. 1ilbns, an old pio- if .Shoshone, has no dilheulty wliat-.- n obtaining all principal contracts as also in glazing, and in it line, stylo the first and ( in tirst-clas- s id paintings, while Mr. Walsh, nger and more active, puts on the artistic finishing touches in a style t would discredit no city anywhere, here is no succwwrul competition 'frill this firm in this place this season. ' The Works Water Shoshone mumnnv - i . hna rvminiAnrwl nnendionR i in earneBt, and 'will lose no time in putting in oiieration as soon as prac ticable and possible a good permanent system of water works. This company headed by the most lutluentwu au I 1 althv. as well as intelligent and en; getic men of the village, who never mr any false motions in their business pi jects of importance. The olhcers Oi this com pony were elected on ing of the 18th inst. and consist of Wm. Lane, president; W. C. Hill, vice president; G. C. Haines, secretary and C. "!. With a board of diDeem, treasurer. rectors consisting of C. K McCrum, E. W. Harton, 11. T. Smith, A. S. Senter, Wm. Wella and A. A. Curtis, W. II. (J ussier and Thomas McMahon. The capital slock ia $G,(XX), of which amount $5,000 is already paid into the company's treasury. Joeeph F. White was on the 27th appointed county assessessor of Lincoln county, and his ollicial bond was duly approved and liled on the evening of the same day as such oflicer. The green robe of spring is fast unfolding upon the trees and shrubbery in every direction, embroidered and brocaded in variegated tints by spring flowers, just beginning to unfold their petals. U. OatTney, not to be behind nnyof liis foremost neighbors, has prepared Ins place of business on Ilail street, for the spring and summer campaign in a very nobby style since my last letter. The fine stone pavement and east side of C. K. McCrum's drug store has been finished off and entirely polished and completed on the outside by a Mr. Koche of Salt Lake City, in by very far the best style of any building in Shoshone, and the entire premises attract the admiring attention of all comers and goers from Junction City. It is well worthy of being repeatediy referred to ns compared with the architecture of the town surrounding it. All rubbish in the streets and alloys and rear of buildings is being collected together and either drawn to a distance, or burned on the spot, and finally disposed of. It is doubtful whether by the last of May next there will le a more neat and cleanly place of its size and age than Shoshone in the state of Idaho. Mr. I. E. Perrine, of the Blue Lakes, is this spring setting out over 7,000 fruit trees in addition to 3,000 he had already purchased and planted from one to three Hm trees for this year years previous. mainly consist of apple, plum prune, apricot, peach, pear, nectarine and quince varieties from eastern Oregon nurseries, of a thrifty three to four year's growth. Mr. A. A. Curtis has also taken a great and very commendable interest in the same way, as has also Mr. Frack Gwin, all planters of fruit trees in the vicinity of Shoshone from year to year for the last four years on a largo scale, while quite a number of others have been following the same example to the extent of their ability to do so, in lesser proportion, and all with good success. The now business building of W. 11. Gussler, now going rapidly up upon his premises adjoining the Lincoln hotel of Don McKay will be when completed a fine large structure and add greatly to the appearance of that part of the village. Innumerable grasshoper eggs are reported as being already visible on Camas prairie, and the settlers there have great reason to feel greatly dis- - rl M. Matwjn t al vs. L'nion Merest n tile company; order griutiug plainti'T judi,'iiiwil oa pleadings tujrdiiig to the Uriu"ti of IheaijgAer. F. J. Kieeel A Co, et al. vs. Ogden State Ifauk t't al.; order dismissing rum at plaintiffs t. THREE FlilDAV EVENTS. The lti)iuig Ma)-la- y, Mertiii!' and Daurinsr. SleiiV 1 he Tomorrow evening the Dusinees Men's meeting called to discuss paving and other Ogden interest will inett at the City Hall. This is an important event and every busineaa man should be there if possible. Its purpose is progress and its dt'inions should represent the voice of ( gden. l'rof. Kent's Military bind and Opera House orchestra givee a May-Damusical festival at the pavilion iu the evening. Much careful pains have been Ijes'.owed upon the preparation for this occasion and it will doubtless be on auspicious opening of May. Prof. Younger with a company of sixty skilled dancers will give an exhibition of artist io dancing at the (Jrand in the evening. There is no doubt about this iM'ing an entertainment of much interest. It is to be regretted that all these things come on the same evening. y Have your photographs taken by Wallace A Neweoinb, artistic photographers nxaiiH 25, 20, and 27 Wright's block. t Hi Night. JrJ - furnished the music for the occasion. The dance was purely a social affair and greatly enjoyed by everybody present. The following were the committees: Committee of Arrangements L.W. Zinn, J. II. Williamson, Chas. Durant. Reception committee L. Meid, II. D. Kirk, F. W.Baker, I. Beitman, J. J. Brummitt. Floor committee C. T. Skolds, A. Loeb, T. Kendrick, J. II. Williamson. -- Death of Mrs. Parker. Parker, wife of George Parker, died at her residence, April 29th, at 1:35 Mary Funeral services p. m., of weakness. will be held in the Second Ward meeting house Friday at 2 p. m. Have Removed. Atterbury, Dobson & Co. have removed from their old stand on Twenty-fift- h street to 2183 Washington, where they will be pleased to meet their many friends. Unitarian Services. At the Grand opera house, May 3d, 8 Discourse by Rev. David o'clock p. m. Utter, of Salt Lake City, formerly pastor of the "Church of the Messiah," of Chicago. A cordial invitation extended to all. Seats Free. p.-i&rf- pr3 kx-fptbl- t. y g'd first-clas- $1 tt The Printers' Hall to be Held on May 20th au Assured Success. of the floor. feature, and one which is the subject of considerable comment, is the miniature newspaper which is to be issued on the evening of the entertainment from the hall. It will be a three- folio, printed on the column, four-pag- e best of book paper and in the highest form of excellence, typographically. The contents will be made up of highly interesting, instructive, and in every way readable matter, composed chiefly of ar ticles relative to the printing and news paper business generally, from the pens of the most able writers of the city. Items of interest concerning the ball, such as descriptions of toilettes,names of those in attendance, etc., will be made a prominent feature of the publication; and it is also hoped and expected that a goodly number of advertisements will be sebusiness men cured from the of Ogden, as several thousand copies are to be printed and distributed free of charge, making it a most profitable in vestment. The piper will be christened "Our Night Off," and The Commercial expublic will, pects that the dance-lovin- g with the printers, takes night oft, and help make this, their first attempt at a public entertainment, a thorough and complete success. Tickets may be secured of any of the Union printers at the regulation price of A novel g $1.00. Mr. E, Jessop having bought out the street. "nhnnce Saloon" 257 Twentv-fift- h bil has refitted it up into a first-clas- s liard hall, Bample room etc. Choice lintinrn and ritrni nn hand. Rocky Mountain Amber, made by the Messrs. Thompson and Scroggin the two Schellhas Brewing company ia the best nnnnlnr m,ininnlnt,ors will he nleased to see their many friends at this new re beverage in the market. sort. "God's blessing to mankind," say thousands who have been cured by the Rocky Mountain Amber, made by the celebrated Oregon Kidney Tea. Sold Schellhas Brewing company is the best beverage in the market. everywhere. g rrJr. s !". ag.c u af !iv V J to tf- pky alvwtar4i.iLt of David IL a, go?Ia of lb L"i o M t. e g nuiglt euttpsey. tLat it m a goud Laud Ut road tUff.L.v UMirnittg. BL1-riug- advertistcg oujuaitis uf a Ui beat-paper- . We have just finished un loading a car of Newrr Tai Not We. Okdkjs Citv, I'Uh. April 2! 1.1. To t)i property trtei Xol 1 w Brs of CVdea Rill lJr m Heaer City: Notios as hereby git en Mat the local au iwaiaat for sever las oe the property Xo. 1 of lgden City, ia Seaer beiibedMeoa the 1st day of ivj.tea.Ui, 1 .!. Mauiy if the prorty owners is mid dietnct itave not paid said tai. All perauiis who liave itotiiaidthe seaer latcaea tXetr prorty mnl please eall at once at my oI!u., room No. I, City Hall, aii J jay the aatne. Other aue 1 w ill prooead to collect the aatue by sale of the jroprly oa ahich tt lltrki is levied. This noUee is given by order f the Monday the "1th day City Council of April, 11. ii.'lMliiK, Asseauor and Collector f I gdeu City. ati (iermnu in Fiv? The following Salt Luke City people closed their course iJt German In i'ust Wevks with Ilaupt, the originator of the most iuleretUng mode of acquiring a nut ready useof this language during his the wtieka ourite oeuing this week in Ogd n: l'rofir (imolmrk. Mm Wm Jimiwi. Mrs T tt arou. Mr K M - lt..l.i. u. Mn I. K farkuns, Mim Kkiu- li Marol.all, ti.. L W Miw H.riha JcaUftfi? KitgUMU, bi-l- lf i "aiiuitu. Huifti J ParMiu. M f Fri4i. lr kljunlxt. Mrot' K Laumtr. Wit. T It hU-u- , llr K t, ilk.-ti- . H..1.I.-U- , LuMiKlaht, Mr L U A KUiau. Mr T W Mitrnau. Mim. L M MliMaiiK(i. Mr J T W ilirj, Kt-- Llr Vi 11 Matiry. Mi lir W lJ J rrkw. MrMrMary J A Jrnuiiia. ( 'Uwmiii, M r K 1 C'liiito. Mr J A Ha4 L, K hxru.u, Mr W W i A Mi K..l S hiuk Wrv. Miw X H.iu-r- , Mr li A 1 imUW. Mr Krsnk i. I, Mr M Mr li K Kolirvr. Mr A T SuI.I.t.- Wr lt.-nraru, Mihi J M iiullai.l. W H.iifinau, Mim (irare JcuiiiiiK. M r Kaac Ki mletMiknr, M- - J Pack, Mr Marviu K Work, l'rof K li H ile. .M ir Laura Almy. Mr Kiiiily M BtiiMu, Mr E M Aliny, Mr M K otHliiiaiiM., Like, New Store, we propose to have a little circus of our ow n. Now these Refrigerators are the finest in the world we can convince you so and we should get a belter price for them than our competitors get for the ordinary kind, but we are going to sell these Lower than Theirs. Which would you prefer, the Best at the lowest price, or the Common at the hicrh price? Of course you will say ours. Call and look at them and get our price, then call on ALL of our competitors before you place your order. Slvia Hurt, Mr J M KlmaiiM, Mm KL WwMliuuunw Min V Wilkinson. Mr) ( YdiiiikImtk, Mr Mr li a l Ni-l- s ra The above can be applied to our lines of GAS and GASOLINE STOVES and RANGES and also GAR- DEN HOSE. A. la II ).!. Mi KiIiih M Vau Wi.rnttir, Mia Sura Mim M A Dime, rrof Urnirm, Mr K 11 Mr U k WtllHni Piilletiiii, WE WANT Mi lilumliii, Mrtliax Karrick. Mr L C liruld, Mr K A RIGERATORS, and as we have no place to put them until we get into our W Hooiht. Wear. Miks Imiikh ini. Sim Binm 8liaffr. Mr W K Kharp. Mi. H, (3nnintxrk,MiKT LiuipltiHrwr, Mi K.l-- , Barton. Mr W 1" ('apt U L VmiiMf. Mr B8 (iniw.MrOk Or.m . Mr J 8 Halt, Mr Wm W Vu Sornn r, Mis Piatt, Mr Low m K r W II Hpratfuu.. Wallaci-Mr Wm K Mr Mi Nclim Jamb Juliusou, hxi'y. IVIi. Mr Kmil K CniiiiuD, Mi H.trr I.him'U, Mi Ki'iia Hi'Ihth, Mia Ncllin UreKK, Limit J (' IVttit. Mr WiUiam, Mr A W M YOUR TRADE Lfi The above are given for reference, and each one will com mend the course to their Ogden friends. I' AnUMUOl HA I fill IIllttIllllIIIISIItlIllIIIIlIlltlIlllIIIIIIIIIIIlItlItlIllIJIlltllIllllltllllIHIIIiailltllltllIIllEllIllllllIlIIIIIIlllMllL: If OtX) E. Probably no amusement in Ogden was ever looked forward to with the pleas urable expectation by the amusement-lovin- g public, and more especially the lovers of the danc, that is the ball to be given by the Typographical Union of this citv on the atth of the coming month of May. Not that anything out of the ordinary is promised in the way of program, but from the seeming interest and earnestness manifested by the PROGRAM. and sysmanagers, and the business-lik- e AcMress of Welcome W. W. Waters tematic manner in which the arrangeMale Quintette "Knight's Farewell" ments are being made, no doubt can be and Matthews Mossrs.Morley.Tayior.Roberts entertained that the evening will prove Recit al ion Jane's Conquest ," Miss Sailio Bobbins anything else than a brilliant success. Mr. V. C. liutmell The best music the city affords has been Patriotic AJiIress Recitatio- n- "Tennyson's Risoli" M iss Mamie Steler engaged, and one of the best dancing E. J, lies Moineaua masters in the territory will have charge Pniierou Fraternity W. W. Watters officiated as master of ceremonies. Prof. Nagel's orchestra ii.Utft to our auue auiMxaifruw t m cooi-niuoit- y, e aiiwi-eit- aa ai.uout,it!urul of par Og-den- di-tu- it. ra-- is tmr J Dy. tix-ti- U The musical and literary entertainment and social hop given under the auspices of the Patriotic Order Sons of America, at the K. of F. hall last evening, was a decided success. The literary and musical entertainment was rendered in a manner highly commendable to all who took part. The following was the order of the exercises, wnich were highly appreciated by the audience present: Mr. Roberts Solo "Qirnen of the Earth," Vocal Duet "Larboard Wateb" Messrs. Matthews and Morley Piano Solo Mis Ada Haas M litr, St THEIR NIGHT OFF. It it jut TIIE PATRIOTIC ORDER. Last Timorro : II. Parsons, U. S. Marshallto L. B. Stevens, lot 2, block 3, South Ogden survev, $301. W. "IL Harvey to G. M. Cullier et al, lots 17, 18, 19 and 20, block 11, IlilT college addition, $800. T. Kelsey to S. S. Brooks, lots 38 and 39, block 6, South Park addition, $800. J. Pinoock to W. Bronson, lots 15 and 16, block 3, South Park addition, $375. W. Fiedler to T. Kelsey, lots 38 and 39, block 6, South Park addition, $700. Total f 10,:iol. Gave a Fine Entertainment Better tn-i.!- Cradle Soups Eiiteiiaiimieul. The repetition of the '"Cradle Songs', ontertaiumeut at theM. E. church Tuesday night, with the addition of several new features, was witnessed by a large and delighted audience, which manifested its appreciation by frequent applause and numerous encores. The pro gram was 83 uniformly good (the baby was simply superb) that special commendation would be dillicult. But the reporter cannot forbear speaking of the very superior literary merit and tender sentiment of the poem by Mrs. Dr. Iieid. I! was one of those rarely perfect things I ko a day in June when the harmonious of light and shade, of life and n i: of air and sky and earth make a unison. So with her poem the pi.' ohoate yet strong blending of the words and sentiments made it, in the highest sense, a poem. l IS UE1EF. liramibc-- r SJjopeoicgt"f tL Driving 1 six on fcaturdisy. A- Mr. A, U lie. Piiumegtoa m tU eetr ty Tj Lk City: biaSis: lit-- iaterefct J ia tie fcuoMuaa lorc it. h r ariey & New L of good or ar aom of Ibe looral eiitkM) humanity, and believing that th awGU brought into IL rity almost U.ily. t.v u a 1 rhrri and ad & TbSL-::f- . , Brcaing ooti;pr.y, of I'litUriaiis is th tulerit 4 liberal a tt Urge bu.iJ.ttf up trad. ao-.- l CLrifLauUy .rogr. thought to For Ut and b an ituprUtt factor is dnvkjcg tL call on pa; Mum Mary H Cooper, Zili VVahicglun. tuorai aiid CLrijtaB qualities of we, tl, undrenad ekte&J U A fceeticg to organic a eiilitary com of uch rttKripka, you, m aa adi-- t U U ii4d o the Chamber of paxiy Vi deliver m mr a Le&rty itmut of CooittiMe this rootus evet.ijQ. dutoouraee on "Libt-ra- l CLlBti&li.ty,', ia e L. 11 Mahaii Las removed her to you, Mr. OgJeo, and if wouUl iianM- - Sunday evening, May 3rd, drtiufairig parlors from J. Burt it. I. Bra's to Wrgbl & Som new mor. to nut wilii ua. Weaa aw-u- r )iu the tiraiiti opera bouse for tLat d at and Ci. M.Sheraoud, of Tacouis, a tenjjo-rartipuruuMs and a hare no doubt if eut-t-i v topping in Ogden ahiU mrout an f Ifort be put forth it would, be pro to Lis former Louie at Chat t Aim ig on a of much in our city. TL ivpulatwu you attained hll in buaineM trip. thai ge of the Church of the Mcwaiui in Quite company of persms luiUned to IVof. Haupt a Lis method Chicago hm already made you a teloout ni l dewirat.ltj nibiSionary to the uivoeU-gatm- g of teaching German delivered at the we hope and county eourt room last vening. wopleof Utah, and trust your ftforta will be duly apjmsct-ais- l has resii;nid as cash J. M. and rrocd withauyfMi. Vare, ier of tlieLangsdorf L'th Ltian and Trust Com sir. very respectfully yours, auc H. H. Schrauiiu, Saiuuel I lirkk.C. E. pany s bank am) IL II. liuhippwill oeed liiai. The change Uiks piac May 1. L Howard, C Wiu.Farrell, (V.u!tr,ti M. tlrough. O. IL Leonard, 'llxie. Ca- Grand Oiwra -- The tineit and moat Loon, Geo. F. Brown, Nathan Kimball, complete photograph studio iu the west V. M. Uiluert, ti. W. L:nck, is located iu rooius i2. iX t arid 7o in Ki.t Lauf. Citv, April 2H, l.il. t he ( ; rand owra Louse. Call and see us. Mr. S.K.Hchranim, Mr.Hauiuel L. Brick, Adams tiros. , Jlr. C E. Coulter and others, Ogden, All persona desiring newer connecL'tah: ii.NNi.fcMtv: I have received your tions made reasonably, exjiediliouHly workman apply to Hudletter of yesterday inviting me to 'give and &by skillful Wilkerson. Otlice under Reeil a series of discourses upon "Liberal son hotel with Graves Gibson. Clitistianity" in your city, beginniug on next Sunday evening. I take great The music rehearsal by Kent's lnnd pleasure in accepting the invitation. I last night at the Lester Park pavilion iielieie as you do that rational views of attracted a large number of ladies, religion prjmote the intellectual and gentlemen and ch ldren to that building moral ndvanoeinent of any community, last evening. Many went and listened and having cuius to this territory in the a while and came away. Others reinterests of a type of Christianity that mained during the rehearsal. The inregards character as the supreme mat- terior of the pavilion is very prettily ter in religion, and which requires no decorated. authority for truth, but would make It is now claimed that George C. truth the only authority, I am ready, so much as in me is, to preach this gospel Whitmore, the Provo banker who was in Ogden. 1 am even glad and anxious the patron of the $ti,iXO gold brick trick to do so, because of the present import- got Jim Leonard into the jail at Salt ance and prosjierity of your young city Lacks City and put leather thongs on as well aa its future prospects. I thank his thumbs and squeezed him until he with pain and owned up that he you for your interost in my work and for raved was the "Spaniard" in the play. Whitthis kind invitation. more denies the story but Salt Lake Yours very respectfully, parties claim it can be proved. DaV!i Uttkr. C. B. Huffman ti Co. will occupy on Ileal Estate Transfers. May 1st the new and elegantly attractive Real estate transfers furnished by the office budding of D. H. Peery, Jr, 349 Twenty forth street, with a full line of Hendershot Abstract oftic. 2411 Washcigars, domestic and imported, tobaccos, etc. Will also carry in connection as ington avenue, for April 2!, 1891: S. Schaunsenbach to O. Berger et al., heretofore a full line of news, perioditrustees of Ogden Turn Verein, port of cals, books, stationery, and all equipnews stand, lot 14, block I, Ogden 5 acre plat "A," ments carried in a also thanking our friends for patronage 11.575. T. Bacon et al. to C. IL Bennett, part in the old stand 339 (Kiesel building) we of lots 3 and 4, block 45, plat "A," f 3,'.t00. respectfully ask for a continuance of the L. Farr et al. to W. Kumpb, part of same in our new quarters. section 5, township 5 north range 1 Rocky Mountain Amber, made by the west, r250. Schellhas Brewing company, is the beet F. J. Cannon to J. East, part of section 22, township 6 north, range 3 west, beverage in the market. p&sc5. and ts belt explanatory tk-iiUtah. Aprd U-v- TLe 5 TWre a Minister abJ ArcrptiUrr. ,ug o .'jw.deutw La tr j V - 1891. Now Is the Time and the Central Carriage Works is the place to get your carriages and buggies repaired Bnd painted. The only complete carriage shop in the city. All work collected and delivered. 2272 Washington avenue. Telephone 24G. c A ! WRIGHTS I Luxuries at the Price off Necessities I Washington Avenue. 2327-2- 3 The Union Mercantile Companies Full and Complete Stock of The new store was never so crowded as yesterday. Just as we expected. It's becom ing better known every day that our styles are far above those of our competitors, while our prices are consider- GROCERIES ably lower. -- You ought to see our impor tation of Novelty Dress goods and Silk Curtains. You are interested in low prices and we are here to give them. We have the as- I Wand I sortment that buyers like to see and think that one trial at our store will convince you that what we claim is "al 1 shoes in our department. also the "Equipoise" Waist tin FOR STRICTLY CASH & Sods Co. DRY GOODS, SHOES. Cos u . i ! COME EARLY .As It AVont Last Very Long. 340 1 Wridit Less I David H. Baldridge, for ladies. W. II. AT This is the Greatest Chance ever offered to Secure Supplies at Less than Cost of Production. right." You can get narrow width I ! Twenty-Fift- h Assignee,! Street. N. B I am prepared to receive offers on the entire stock and fixtures, and very desirable lease as a whole. 1 Jitn iiiiiiiiEin iittiit iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii..;ufiiiMiiiif iiiiitfiiuiiiiiiiiiiet iiiiiiitiiiiiiiJiEiiiiciiiiif iiiir?