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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1893.
The Weekly Ghroniele.
Kntervd t lh (KWtoiriw at Th Italics, Oregon,
a sHSSind-vlass mail matter.
BY HAIL, IWTA.il TUFAID. IN ADVANCE.
A JOB TO UK FOUGHT.
One yoar . .
M. wont -i.
AilvertiMitic ratea rcimmAbk. and uiadi
Addrens all rommunlestloni. to"TlIK t'KKOS
H Ui," The Lialtn, Dnmm.
H-vrvlarv of State t. W. MeHride
'rrtsojinvr 1'hiUiii MciM'Imn
apt. of Public lmtnu-tlou E. B. MeKlruy
. ' tJ. N. IMph
stnaront )j. H. Miuhell
t H. Hermann
Couremcn jv I:. Kllm
state Printer Frank baker
I'ountr JuJi?.... Ueo. C. Blakeler
T. A. V.arJ
J. li. C'TWM'II
... Win. Mu-hell
i Frulik Klucald
AMHwr Joel W. KwuU
Surveyor E. V. sharp
Biiiwriutendeut Public Schools . .Troy Shelley
Coroner N. M. tastwooj
"Tin: J'OLICY OF 1SFAMY."
The caption of this article is what the
New York Sun calls Mr. Cleveland's
Hawaiian scheme. The Sun says:
The announcement of the Cleveland
policy respecting Hawaii lias come. It
is not the American policy. It is not
the policy of the United States govern
ment, or of the people of this republic.
It is not yet thank God! the policy of
the democratic party. It is neither
more nor less than the personal deter
mination of an executive officer, chanted
with temporary power, to use that
power to enforce a personal conclusion,
and to commit this country to his per
sonal conclusion, regardless of conse
quences iu infamy or blood. j
Stripped of every special plea and j
specious pretext surrounding the essen
tial fact, what is the purpose which Mr,
Cleveland now declares, through the eo
called report of his too subservient secre
tary of state?
To crush the life out of a young repub
lic, already recognized by ua as an in
dependent and responsible government;
to employ the armed power as well as
the moral influence of the United States
to thrust back upon a civilized people
American in their instincts and habits
and aspirations a barbarous monarchy,
in the person of a vile and ridiculous
person whom they have driven from the
throne; to undo the work of a revolution
which made Hawaii a republic, by
means of a counter revolution by coup
d etat planned in the white house at
Washington and secretly but deliberately
ordered by a president of the United
jjfever i)efore now has an American ex-
ocutive undertaken to stamp out repub
lication and to set up monarchy in any
part of tiie world. Never before, we be
lieve, has an American president issued
orders for the assassination of a free and
successful government. Never before
:aa any otlieer of this government un
rUken, upon bis sole responsibility,
without consulting congress or the peo- j
pie, to decide the deslinv of a foreign ! reservation
country in diplomatic relations with the denudation
ourselves. Never before has a president j quantitv of refuse is left which drying,
invited or commanded his cabinet ad-
NY. (5. Steel, in Saturday' Oregonutn,
gives away a job that thould be nipped
and may be, If it is given publicity. It
is a gigantic scheme on the part of a
syndicate to gobble up vast quantities of
school land worth f 0 an acre by paying
only the state price, It grows out of
" ! the recently reserved tract of land known
as the Cascade Forest Keserve. The
general government gives to the state
every section numbered 10 and 3W for
school purpose. If, for any reason, tne
government withdraws this land from
the market, and any of the sections
named are not received, the state is then
entitled to select an equal amount from
any public lands. Such are called lieu
lands. Within the then proposed reser
vation there were about I'oO.OlK) acres of
school lands, worth very little, on the
general average. However, the moment
this land is withdrawn from the market
the state can choose the best govern
ment land within its lorders in lieu
thereof. In this way the school fund
would receive $- for lands worth, say :f50
per acre. The difference would go to
line the pockets of the schemers. The
Alpine club, to whose offices are due
the reserving of this land, discovered
the purpose of the syndicate in the nick
of time, and through prompt correspon
dence with our representatives iu con
gress, held the matter in abeyance until
a counter move C'.uld In1 formulated.
This was that Mr. Steel, who had hur
ried to Washington, should at onco re
turn to Oregon and get an act passed by
the legislature, which was then in ses
sion to dispose of these lands to the j
highest bidder. Mr. Steel, was detained
in Chicago by sickness and arrived at
Salem only in the closing hours of the
session, too late to get any sort of u law
passed. Under the circumstances Mr.
Steel got a joint memorial through, and
forwarded a petition asking that the
entire range be not reserved, but only a
tract about Mount Hood aud an exten
sion of that already withdrawn at Crater
lake. Mr. Hermann succeeded in pro
tecting the mines, while Governor Pen
noyer had suspended the selection of
lieu lands. As soon as this was accom
plished every obstacle was removed, and
President Cleveland signed the procla
mation September 28. Later the
syndicate, not at all disheartened, form
ulated the Meltea bill, which they will
try to get through the coming congrees.
This is nothing more or less than the
thinnest poeeible disguise for the job
bijst kind of a job. However, Mr. Her
mann thoroughly understands the sit
uation, and will fight this new dodge to
the bitter end.
The intent of tiie reserve act is dictated
trom the best possible motives, that of
preservation of the timber, and it is to
be hoped that a money-grabbing syndi
cate will not be permitted to use it in
connection with accumulating vast for
tunes. Surveyor-General Byars is quoted
is opposing tiie reservation, because a
sawmill ran for 40 years, aud yet the
ground was covered by a young growth.
Mr. Byars is a very line gentleman,
but he does uot seem to know much
abuut the intent and scoe of a forest
A greater trouble is that
of a forest a great
of the democratic party are going to
abandon their worship of the stutfed
prophet niitl can not bo cajoled by prom
ises nor terrorised by threats of with
drawal of patronage. Cleveland has
seen his day, oven among those of his
CUliliF.ST I'tiFSS COMUVXTS.
Hill McKinley and the McKinley
will be the campaign cry of 'SMI
What this country needs more than a
high tariff or a low tariff is a stable
A democratic paper says Sen. Hill is
"level-headed on his feet." He is also
pussy-footed on his head.
When a farmer gets a labor-saving
implement for himself, let him think if
ho can't find something to save his w ife's
Inlwr in the kitchen.
The liuoia-hoola cancan now Using
danced by His Kxcellcncy, the stuffed
prophet of the white house, and Her
Majesty, the fat nitfger ex-queen of
Hawaii, is a hummer.
Of all the millions who attended the
world's fair, Knrope sent but a paltry
2l',00O. America sends 100,000 tourists
to Kurope everv year, fair or no fair.
Our foreign freinds are not good travel
ers it seems.
An Knglish court has decided that the
word "woman" is not libelous. It is
almost inconceivable that anybody
should have so regarded it. Woman is
one of the most honorable titles in the
Wasco county is four years behind in
tiie payment of ils warrants, but that
is no reason why they should be dis
counted. They bear S percent, interest
and are not taxable. Discounted l." per
cent, and running four vears, the inter
est would 1 about 14 percent. Glacier.
Arraala a Nuaul'ioua-l.okl Character
for a Wyoming IHunloror.
Actiug Marshal Frank Maloney ar
rested a suspicious-looking character
this morning at the train, who seemed!
to be trying to evade the marshal, which j
caused him to cling the closer to thej
trail. After u glance the marshal ms-j
picumed that he was the party wanted,
for the murder of Henry Wade at llvan-1
Bton, Wyo.. on Oct. l'.Kh hist, the
marshal having a detcriptinn ami photo.
graph of the murderer, Frank M.iitin by
name. He was taken to Hie -colder" j
otlicv and after an examine'. (two.
hours It was decided he tallied mi all (
points, height, weight, color of hair mid j
eyes, actions, build, and even to a scarj
ou his nose. The prisoner had on a pair
of pants turned inside out, which mi-j
swered the description us worn i.y the,
murderer, dark brown with brown!
stripes. He also had ou two oilier put is ,
of pants and several vests, making tiini i
appear quite fleshy. In conversing ilh j
the recorder he said ho was in F.viuiHton,
but when he tried to ti the date the;
man evaded the quest ion. At the time
of the murder Martin was smooth
shaven, and as the prisoner, who claimed
George Fuller as his name, had quite a
growth of hair and beard, he was taken
to the barber shop and underwent the
cleaning process. As this was exhaus
tive he will he the gainer by u thorough
clean-up if lie does not prove to Im the
man wanted. It he is the man, Maiouey
will be $100 ahead.
Tale nil w
IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS,
Cannot use Wheat that is rotten
or growing in the sack.
Ue will fou 50 tfs. per Saqm
PEASE & MAYS
""1 '" THE DALLs!i
There is No Undertaker
I Wil l. ITI'.SMI A N Y T 1 11 N i
-!ir. ! llOlll UIMtlttl' w In lt . not
litivlnir tiiketl tin' iu-.vi.-m- c nr-t'
font: j.m titluliik to the tmlm'
vi m y ok iirsiM-. -
riiul ii-hM.Kfoii .Irv.'l-.. .VI
Nr'KHKH Hunt AS I'MiKUTAkklt n. rh.-,, .
t,, th. ,."Mtl Hint I Imvv n Ik tiir, .
1.1 lii.tiiii ll 11 In fcuilKiliuliiK, I mu prviumM I'mtiuui .
Cullorl Xm y or
rii.r of 1 lit nl hihI Wn-hliitf lt,n trv-t.
colt-m u ';w.t;y Httt'uihtl tu.
Ktrr) thing Tlirr.
Massachusetts is solving the road
problem in a practical way. The state
road commission has decided to build iu
every town or township in that state one
good road along the most used route.
The design is to build from seven to ten
miles of road yearly in each county, and
to spend alxmt half a million dollats an
nually in this work. It is estimated
that in twenty years this will supply the
etate with as line roads as they have in
Europe. Why cannot some system like
this ! applied to Oregon?
visers to assist him in the odious busi
ness of eetting np again a rotten and
So cunningly and secretly has the way
been prepared at Washington for the
restoration of the wretched Lilliuokalani
at Honolulu, if possible, before public
sentiment could assert itself in the
United States, and so adroitly have the
promoters of the coup d'ttnl timed the
publication of their instructions in or
der to cover Minister Willis' movements
under his secret instructions, that the
astounded people of the United States
do not yet know what has happened in
Ores hum is the deadest cock in the
pit. A political traitor, he will share the
fate which is a just one to all traitors,
allying himself in a moment of tempo
rary prosperity to the opposition, which
later is doomed to everlasting defeat and
ignominy. Gresham has his last posi
tion under a democratic president, and
he certainly has under a republican.
How have the mighty fallen.
A New York paper says we cannot yet
tell whether our naval band aboard the
flaghip Philadelphia played, or will
play, "Hail, Colombia," or "The Star
Spangled banner," or "Red, White and
Blue," or "America," upon the occasion
of the landing of our marines at Hono
lulu to smash the provisional govern
ment and restore the rotten monarchy.
The appropriate music for the occasion
Is "The Dead March." Tiik Ciikonici.e
believes "God Save the Queen" would
be very appropriate.
When the Chicago anarchists march,
every second Sunday in November, to
Waldheim cemetery for the purpose of
decorating the graves of their criminal
comrades who were hanged for the Hay
market square massacre and of indulg
ing in diatribes against human and di
vine law, Lucy Parsons and lier follow
ers are exercising a privilege guaranteed
them by the government which they
contemn, says n eastern exchange.
Only, they must draw the line at recom
mending murder, else there are liable to
be more graves of "martyrs" to le
makes the fierce annual forest fires
which lick up everything. The follow
ing year a gro-vth of grass comes, mixed
with the trees, which aro just starting
from the ground. Then come the sheep,
which lick everything up clean, and
pack the ground firm with their hoofs.
This prevents a new growth of timber,
and the water from entering the soil.
The thousands of bare mountain sides,
which once were forest, are ample proof
of the correctness of these assertions.
One would think that the grape crop
in the average Northern home, supple
mented by thousands of tons from New
York and California, would suflice for
the needs of our people. Not so, how
ever. The arrivals of foreign grapes
have never been so great as this season.
Ship after Bhip reaches our shores laden
with this most excellent fruit. The
ship Bessarabia reached New Y'ork on
Sunday with 24,000 barrels of Almeria or
white grapes, all of which will no doubt
be quickly absorbed through the chan
nels of the fruit trade. There is no
better and no healthier fruit than the
grape and we are glad so much of it
comes to us in its natural condition in
stead of its fluid form.
How dangerous a game of foot ball is
to the players few are aware. Already
during this month fonr young Ameri
cans, full of strength and the promise of
usefulness, have been killed in this
game. The record of broken limbs and
other serious and often lasting injuries
is not kept. The New York Herald has
published a record kept by an English
man of the fatalities in Great Britain,
where the game is more common, during
the last season, from September 1st to
the end of March. The aggregate is
twenty-six. During the previous season
there were twenty-two deaths, and in
the season before that twenty-three
deaths from injuries received in the
The tariff schedule, an announced by
the committee, is repellant to the great
majority, but there is no danger that it
will be adopted in anything near its
present form. It suits Mr. Cleveland
undoubtedly, for lie is tiie father of it,
but unless all signs fail, the high priests
All tools and apparatus at the lockn
furnished by the government has to be
accounted for yearly or semi-yearly at a
sort of an inventory for tho purpose. If
anything is disabled or broken, it is nil
right, biitthe wreck must be accounted
for and produced. It has frequently
happened that some article has been lost
or appropriated b workmen, and to sur
mount this difficulty a counterfeit is
made and substituted. These counter
feits lire frequently of no valuo whatever.
For instance an iron maul is lost, the
list simply calling for a maul. In this
case a two-by-four scantling does very
nicely, sawed about six or eight inches
long, a hole lured in it and a pine
handle inserted. A saw can lie cut out
of a piece of thick paper. A hammer is
easily made, anil even a pair of car
wheels can be quickly turned out of
wood anil joined together by a lath for
an axle. And thus the rigid rules of
government are enforced.
"A Ito.e hy Any Name," Ktc.
ru -run: i ; u.on:i T' oukkh at miuut nktu 1;.
WM. MiCHELl, Undertaker and hMw
"There is a tide in tkt ajairs of men ishtch, taken it tf5 flCikj
leads on to fortune."
The poet unquestionably had reference to th
ClosiBir-Onl Si I
-mMm k Cnf
at CRANDALL & BURGET'S,
Who are Helling these sood out at greatly-reduced r
MfCHELBACn P.K1CK. - . UNION ST.
The recorder had before him three ho
lioes and a ilrunlc rodav. One of ho-
li-MDAV, .Nov. .'S.-lra.le in the local j wnf) ob!tinRte felIo, anj wouIl,
market continues quiet and receipts of j not aive ,,,, ,,, nor make any rey t()
genera! prouuee is ie iree. r.ggs, owing j (Jllel,tion,. Ater the ,hirj
to me continued warm
more plentiful and a light decline is
noted, C7'a cash is the top offering and
sho lid conditions continue a further de
cline will bo tho result. Butter is, to
use the common phrase, a drug on the
Vegetables are in (uxjd supply, and
present prices are the earn as of a week
Poultry, as the Thanksgiving tcason is
at band, is in fair demand but there is
no improvement in the market for
chickens and turkeys.
Portland quotations are about the
same as iu The Dalles market, while tur
keys are reported dull at lU.'jCts. er
Hi. live and locts. dressed.
The grain market is quite and deliver
ies have fallen off to a large extent.
Wheat ranges in price from 40 cts. per
bushel for No. 1, to 41' for No. 2. The
large quantity of damaged wheat re
ported, and what is offered for sale, does
not fetch over oOcts. per sack.
The wool market is dull as ever. The
declaration of the committee on the new
tarilf law, has been arbitrary and wool,
as all other native products has been put
on the free list. The session of congress
which convenes on Monday next will,
undoubtedly fathom the question of free
products and protect the wool husbandry
after its careful deliberation.
The live stock market is unchanged,
excepting hogs which aro slightly off,
owing to a decline in smoked meals.
Quotations of fat hogs on foot are 4 -i
and 5 cts.
to what his name was he finally
that It made no dilference aud didn't
need any mime. "True," said the re
corder, "still it might come in handy l
fore you get out of jail. I hereby fine
you f'JO for contempt of court. When
you return here try and find a name,
even if you have to invent one."
From tliff l,ovrii(r of Nutilh linkittn.
(irMTiTMrx -Knel. Md pl..M fliwl .1hI note
fur 11.011 lor Krmw-'i ltt'tlju-ht :nmiIm.
Allow to fny Hint lhy nr ileiiilhl : iipv.t
fulled to, u n- my heirlitfhea ami nv mi. world
iA surtvrliiL'. 1 fin r.-4'oinnicit.liiiK tbMii wvrrv
wlierw. 1 triiKiflt ( Alx-nlvtn, IItI mid
Hrltton, Mnrlili eosmly, nil ruimMil m. tnitH
tn-m md k.-?(i th.'ni Iu stork. I 1111 r"ititt u
t.oloriulo Iu June, ami I hil ilo Ton vimmI t!i're
among tli mimTw, umrly all of wuoui miUt-T
from 1iUa'1ii III thnt hiifh altitude
Ynun, ic J. II. Lr.ltllKi:, Ueut. (iov.
Santa (.lain, 8. I'ak.
bold by feuq- & klbertly.
lr. r'hapifinn to li llvre.
Dr. Chas. II. Chapman, president of
the University of Oregon, at Lugene, is
making a tour of Lantern Oregon in the
interest of that worthy institution. Dr.
Chapman will be in The Dalles Wednes
day and Thursday of this week aud will
be pleased to meet many of our citizens
who have sons and daughters to educate.
Dr. Chapman is a graduate of John
Hopkins University, an educator of
note. Tho university will prosper greatly
under Ins administration.
KoKE Sand, when overexcited by
writing, employs herwjlf in hewing in
order to noothe her nerves.
Tiik first yrnmiMiim for (firls in
Germany will be opened this autumn
at Carlsruhe. It ha been founded by
the "Women's Instruction Iteform o
ciety," formed in the year lHbi.
Mrs. Grafton BoKs.un Knglish wom
an, has invented a tool for killing ob
noxious weeds in frurden. It is in the
form of a hollow piercer, throuph
which poison is conveyed to the very
heart of the root of ft ktubborn weed,
causing it to shrivel up in a very short
Womkw belonging to a Baltimore
cooking school have offered to train in
the culinary science one hundred pirlH
attending the pruinmux hehools of the
city without charge, hoping thereby
to demonstrate the .utility of estab
lishing a cookery department in con
nection with the public tichoolg.
Shiloh's cure, the Great Cough and
Croup Cure, is for ale by Snipes & Kin-
ersly. Pocket sie contains twenty-five
doss, only 25c. Children love It. Sold
ty Snipes & Kinersly.
From lld la font
You feel the good that's done by Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It
purifies the blood. And through the
blood. It cleanses, repairs, and invigor
ates the whole system.
In recovering from "La Grippe," or in
convalescence from pneumonia, fevers,
or other wasting diseases, nothing can
equal It as-an .etizii)g, restorative tonic
to build up needed flesh and strength.
It rouses every organ into natural action,
promotes all the bodily functions, and
restores health and vigor.
For every disease that comes from a
torpid liver or impure blood, Dyspepsia,
Indigestion, Biliousness and the met
stubborn Skin, Scalp, or Scrofulous allec
tions, the "Dihoovery" is the only rem
edy so certain that it can be ipmrnnlml.
If it doesn't benefit or cure, iu every
case, you have your money back.
For a perfect and permanent cure for
Catarrh, take Dr. Sage's Catarrh Rem
edy. Its proprietors oiler 5IK) reward
for an incurable case of Catarrh.
A l'p Into m 1-ualilofiMhlff t'lmp-lloua
at On O'rlurk In th .Momma
If you feel any interest in the curi-'
oils phaM- of limn.; in I take a limit In
one of our fa-hiniiitlle chop-houxeH
nboiit one o'clock in the morning- lfj
It be Stittirdny n;;ht all the t-etter. :
That (MTuliiir class of men w!u rise!
in the uioniiM," uiel ir to hnl
n everything ele is hIiiiI up.
ays the I'itt'.hurjrh Di.-qmtcli, lire then j
nut in full f.iree. It isn't Im-ciiu-ic they i
can't come on some other liij.'ht. Inr j
hi e.iiiv mi other itij'lits there wouldn't
be mi many of their kind
t Ih-iii. Most nf these iinwle
hoiis,. rrovvils are youuir iov
twenty to thirty years of ugv. Thcv
are tinmt ly in cveniti;!' ilrvsr; unit their
v:tll iitid conviTsiition have 11 theittrii
al llavor. The t,re:itet compliment,
thnt can he paid one of these yoiino--nter.s
is when lie is taken fora roitrnl'T,
u in. in iilioiit. town, or something
equally deviln.li. An tlu- world roe,
they are ratliera litle-lookili(.- speeiruen
of American manhood. They have sti IT
stnmachn yet untouched by t he iiisicli
010. ilemoti nf lale Mipers they are in
the net of c ',(;;. ltr 'l hev tire neither
he;ivyilr!.l,ov or 'unit uiiil boisterous
of ilenie:.i,..r I,:;: Iheycun gel nwiiy
with ruretiits mid lried hcollop-t and
lobntiTB iiml steaks aud chops and
other things like hired men in thresh
ing time. A few indulge in cxin tisive
wines, but most of them prefer the
conventional toby of ale from the
wihmI. About two in the morning they
will have disapcared. Then the wait
ers will gn around und guther up the
canes anil umbrellas that have been
left in the corners during the evening.
These uvernge from two to a dozen
nightly. Men who leave canes around
in this wny are not accustomed to car
C. F. STEPHENS
Htmt rt It Hal Kr.
Second St., The Dalles
I F. FORD.
t( lr tluliin. lima, wtllw iiuiU''
S. B. Mku. Mrti. Co.,
Grntltmrn : '
On arriving home lust week, I
all well and anxiously awaitmi-
little girl, eight and one-half
who hud wasted away to 3H P"01'
now well, strong nnd vigorum,
fleshed up. S. IS. Cough CtiW b
its work well. Both of the cliMnM
it. Your IS. B. Cough Cure !),
and kept away nil hoarsened fru "
So give it to everv one, with PM
for all. Wishing von prosiwrllr."!
Yours, Mk..A Mas. J. F.f' (
If roil with to fel frmh ami cbwtoU
fur thn Mnri iia wnrk . finalist Tour IjHrrr
the llojiUche- and Ltv Cure, by WW1 I
throe uuauarach week.
Bold under a positive Kiiaraut
40 oanU per bottle or all ilrntf1
V A A
A iwvnt dlapovery hr an oM
physician. Aaomafufy turd
Ui'lltt. I thn only t'rfnlir
aafnanri rrlliU,l rnrdlr luo ha-
forerwl. Itawaro of uniirlDdplril dniiuliu who
offir Inferior nunllrlnna In lac of this. Aak for
Cook's Cotton Hoot Compound, fiaa no tutori-
I lult, or Inrlowi (I and 0 nu in ioita)rn in lottur
I and wo will tend, aralod, br return mall. Vulla"ill
' parti olari In slain anvrlopo, to lllna only, si
CUmi. AOdrvu Pond I.I I r Company.
I No. a flbfr Mlock. Iwtrclt, Men.
I tolil in The Pull by illaki ley & iloiixti D.
A ( l ltiot a tree grtiwth i tinted near
Klh'nville, N. Y., where n hemliN.'k and
an oitk have become Nrfectly Joined
at a height of about ten feet
Of all living tilings, trees, iwrhaps,
lire capable of longest life. Knglish
yews and California redwoods are sup
posed to have lived one thousand
years, and there are cedars of Lebanon
which may possibly thile back to the
A ft itioi tree growth bus been
noticed in Key West, Fin. The date
palm is growing from the hollow nf an
Indian fig or bun van tree, nnil h n
parently supported by tlm rootlets nf
the fig tree, which clasp the tltite for
some distance. The banyan is n siniill
one, having only three trunks.
ONK nf the peculiarities nf the ro
eoiinut palm Is that it never stands up
right. A Malayan saving bus it that: V
ii i... i i i. , ... . .
i- nn lias nsiHeil II pi ill a llellll
monkey; he who has found the nest nf
a pmldy bird; he who hns beheld B
straight, cocotiniit palm or has fitth
nmeil the heart of a wonmn, will live
Cloalna; nt Nnln of Ii roenrln.
Owing to a coiitempliitt'd change of
business, tin- undersigned will close out
the entire slock of groceries, hardware,
wood and willow ware nt cost for cash.
Call early while the stock is unbroken.
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fiilnpliilllt hnvlnit liw-ll 'nt""''
by Mdui-y . Hiulth Hgnlimt llllaB J:i ;
niwniiioiiinir 1111 iiiuiu-ii i ; i
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of auld euliy; the Mild irtl
moiM'il UiHiiiH'nr at thm olllc1
iM'cmber, ls.it. nt Hiiielork " "llj1uf''
and Intlllnh tivtlllioliy eoiiciTiiw "
Hlmlliliilllncllt. , , ,a Hrclil"
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1'ItIN & NITSCIIk
i.i. 1 1 t int IN
Furniture and Carpe
We have added to ' .
.,...,.,loto ITndertading Lsl ,(
und 'as wo are in no way o..m" ,;
, i....i . Trull., our r1"
tne wnuerHtarm .-
bo low accordingly.