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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1S94.
The Weekly Ghromcle.
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Burn-.iteuaei'.t t! fubiic sk'tioKis Ttov stiriiey
Corener V. . H. bult
foi: nn: I'Rist irit.
Governor M Kic'.ey if "swinging
'round the circle" and it meeting w ith
such an ovation at i seldom accorded a
public niau. TLit showt the extent of
the interest of the people in the political
and financiul situa:ion. William McKin
ler it in no tense a great man. I'ozen
of repnhlicant can le fonnd w ho out-top
him intellectually a? far a M'.. Hood
doet the mountains around it. I: is
not the man whom the people delight to
honor but the principles embodied in
the bill wtik'h '..ears his iian.e. and which
trpities Americanism. The man repre- :
tents :he theory and prao:ice of the re
publican iiar:?, ati J ti.e enthusiasm with
which he is receive ! demonstrates the
feeling of the country. It is simply an
endorsement of the principles of protec-
tion. and a condemnation of the theories He says he did not want the nomination, dren and w idow s ot soldiers s.ain in
of the democratic jrtv. It is a g'anJ and we believe him. It is no ripe plum battle gained for him the titie of "liie
ovation and Governor McKin.ey may his democratic brethren offered him. soldier's friend." He supported Horace
well feci proud of it. Could the nomio- They told him frankly they wanted liim Greely for tiie presidency, and sulf
ation for the presidency te made to- "to lead them in their hour of danger." Ujnentlv joined the democratic party and
morrow. Wm. McKinley would tie the Hill was equally frank and gave the was by them elected three successive
nominee without a doubt. Hut unfor- committee to understand that he had : terms to congress, serving from l"! to
tnnately L-r him mire than :;. years little hopes of winning, and said: "If 15S7. In his death the country loses a
must e!ape before that
event, and in
that time his star wi 1 set. Tne same .
fate wil' perhaps follow the hopes of an
abler man. Tom Reed of Maine, who is in
our opinion the shrewdest politician and
one of the ablest statesmen in tiie coun
try. The yuays, tiie Cameron?, the
Clarksor.s nominate the president, and
the fate of those who Income prominent
too early has always been defeat. It
waa to with Webster, with Clay, with
Conklir.gand with Elaine. The rabble of
little great men fell upon them and des-
troved. But whoever the candidate
may be, tne public demonstrations, in
dorsing the principles of the republican
party, may well assure him of a phe
nomenal rote in 1S96.
TO FEED THE LEA Ik
Three Lacks loaded with our Chinese ,
population, and a bountiful supply of
lireworkt and eatables, went out to the
graveyard this afternoon, it being the ,
semi-annual feast of the dead. The cer-
emonies are interesting, but about the
only intelligible thing a w Lite man can
decipher is the distribution of food and
the sprinkling of the graves with China
gin. A varnished pig. with not a plain
unvarnished tail, holds the place of
honor on these ot ca-ions, and used to
be lett in the cemetery, an offering to
the dead, hut in San Francisco the ir-
revfrrent hoodlums used to follow the
procession and 11 their unregenerate
stomachs with the funereal hog and ;
sweetmeats, to that the cusioiu has
been changed and tiie hog is brought ,
home to pad out the frontispiece of the
live Celestial, the offering now beink
only enihiematical. The ceremonies
conciaae witii the pouring o! a libation
oi ttma g;n on me graves, mii.cn is
.... ... , it '
putting of it where it will do the most
t -it ....
by doing the least Larm. The t
whoie proceeding seems to be a matter
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of co d bueines with the Chinese, for ;
they cerum:y have less veneration for
li. Jll. ... n.l.
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arm.li1 r.itr (1r trirA linn., aaa Hnf-lr . It
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ana xrin(fe 01 rniaea sausage, long .
drawn; out, eeem to our eyes a ratter J
inappropriate offering for the spiritual ;
comfort even of a Chinaman, but as the
corpse wreni to stand it without kick-
iiii.-, it niut lie all rieht.
Oliver Wendell Holmes, the well-1
known xiet and author, died at bis .
iM-acun pinm jKjnujn , i
yeterday. Heart failure ;
l- :15 p. in
w the immediate cause of death,
thuairh the doctor has slowly failed for
ttie past four or five years. An astb-; indemnity to pay the expenses of the ! the action of the jndge concerning them, ! P092 lr- J H- MfI"' Strength
matic difficulty aluo assisted in the final j war. Corea will probably be declared ; it is proper to say that Judge Scott, like 1 en'"8 Cordial and lilood J'urifier. It re-bt-ftkiug
down of the aged "Autocrat." j free from allegiance to China, and Jap- j ome others who have been promoted to ' loreB lo"t treinfth. gives vigor to cir
T. u days ago Dr. Holmes returned to anese influence will be in the ascendency j the bi-nch, fancies he is above criticism. ' cull'on promotes good appetite and a
hl Roftun residence from bis summer , there. As a matter of future safety i The courts are verr properly given fiow of cheerful spirits. I'rice $I.(H pr
home at Beverly I arm. Before that ; also the Chinese Empire may be snrre- ! jK.wer to cornel resrect, or at leant the j 1? "i'co" "Bl6 b? S"i''"'Kiner'':-v
,.,, !.t s.-cptoms of improvement in his gated, as proposed, and made into three sembianc-e of it, while in sesnion, not ' '
c-.i.dition were noted, and the removal ' distinct kinifdoms. for the induv hut for tl.f. V,ni,- I,w 1 Scene : t-ampmeeting ; young man
' tiiought advisable. It appears,
Loiterer, to Lave been very fatiguing
n 1 the doctor did not regain his f'jrmer (
iiiditioB. Last Friday be Lad an at-
t-nk of heart failure, w hicb with Lis
l..r g-standlng asthmatic trouble, pre-
t -u ed tun, out this morning bad ap-
p-ent!y recovered. After Lil pbyci-,
.1 l J.
w-,.. u, uv.nn, lue UW.WT i
seized with a severe spasm and be !
' i- medical aid u'.d W called be Lad
I 1,e onconsciousior a:
n ume previous w nis aeatn. -
-,r uuu ..i. inrne were gauiereu me
members o his family. Judge Oliver j
K tiLi welloiu
I J. Holme, nephew of the pi
ptiew ol Hie poei
' tiiiuifh lii tiealt: tHvurred e.Hn aflrr
iridday, it did not Letvuie known until
a late hinir tuiiight. The 1ioiim
darkened, ai.d the po'.u-e guarded the
entraiu-e to prevent the household from
IT H'Vl' kivu:
Iirotlier iiour'.ay, of the Klirkitat He-
publican, in tieaking of the Hood Kiver
frnit exl.i:it lat fall, saxs the "largest
and tines: apples of that exhibit were
raised in K'ickitut county." The larg
est apple of that exhibit was ruised in
Klickitat county, but not the finest. :
White i-almon raises apples the same as
Hood River, but outside of one or two
mail selections. White Salmon took no j jie foresaw the magnitude of the w ar.
part in the exhibit. The finest apples Bnj m nru t tie first call for troo. was
in that exhibit, where all were tine. , made, supplied So.OOO more than was
were raised in the foothills, ton to fifteen called for. Although this action was re
miles south of the town of Hood River. : pudiated by the tec-etary of war the
and were grown by A. Pishrow and ' governor obtained aujhority from ttie
Pave Cjoper. White Salmon could legislature to equip them at the state s
make an astonlthing apple exhibit, but expense, and they became known as the
on the occasion tpoken of did not do so. pennsvlvania Reserve," and it is need
As a matter of fact, the White Salmon e t0 a"jj st.re accepted by the govern
country and that of Hood River are nient , weeks later. In tiie early
practically the same in soil and climate. ,iavs 0f tiie war , ut,n ev,,n ti,e in.mortul
and consequently in productions. The Lmcoj,, hesitated about cal.ing for more
tame may be said of a portion of Skama- troops, l.overnor Curtin called a council
nia county, the Underwood brothers f .i,,. ov,.rnors and hoi.l v t,ledued
owning ranch near the mouth of the
White Salmon that cannot be beaten in
either Oregon or Washington.
Ser.ator Tavid I'.ennett Hill has len
formally notified of his nomination for
governor of New York and has accepted,
we win this contest it w ill lie the party's I
victory not mine: if we lose, it will ie
the party's fail which w ill be involved
with n:y ow n." If there is a man in
iio can read the political
situation, that man is Hill, and that he
sees and interprets the writing on the
wall is self evident. He goes into the
fight half-heartedly, but nevertheless
will make a rryal battle when once his
lllilAil is t-
'--!. o i , fitv depends on the water suppiv and
The campaign in New l ork will !,.,' . .
the most exciting ever fought in this
TIIE 'KLICKITAT EEI'IBLICAX.
The first cumber of the Klickitat Re-
publican, published ct GoldenJale, and not written to find fault with what has
; edited by that versatile newspajier man, ' been done, but to protest against a fur
1 Hugh Gourlav, reached us this morning. ' ther continuance of anv tvstem, either
The paper is straight from tiie shoulder '
republican, and will make its influence
felt. We realize under what difficulties '
that i?ue was printed. The material
of the office had been in the Columbia
flood here, and was much of it not only
pi, but very badly soaked and dirty pi
at that. Under tnese circumstances the ;
paper is not so neat typographically as
it will lie in the near future, bat the
wonder to us is how so good a paper was
gotten out under the circumstances,
The Ciikomcle extends its best w i.-hef
to the new exchange, and hop's it may
have that patronage the merit of its
editor entities it to.
We don't know anything about the
book trust, but we do know that the
present text books used in the schools
have given general satisfaction, and
wtine it may be possible to improve on
them the time is not at hand fur so
Going. iet tne ume improve beiore we
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attempt to improve the school books,
t - .
When Hoke Smith returns to Georgia. '
and Grover slumbers in innocuous des-.
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uetude, when labor finds employment i
and capital investment, then when the ;
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1ICOU u fcUC l.UJI.T IB rfti 111111,' PI 1 1 1 1 f . 1 , 1 1 1 L-
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Will 1. Iimtn rrr tnln iKn I.b i
b "va j
quesiion. Just now ttie tieads ot tne
fami!ie are demoting rnont of their tioje 1
to hDBtling something to go into the '
school boy's stomach, and what g-jes ,
into his head, while vastly important, is !
nevertheless secondary. i
From present indications the attack of
' Japan on China will 1 called off by
Russia, England and France just as soon
as it is demonstrated that the Japs are !
annc iu tnuir i eaiiij:. r.ngianu anu
Russia will each demand a slice of ter- 1
mie japau win nave to conieru ,
herself largely with glorr and heavy
The state of Oregon pays no.WiO for j
something it doesn t get. It pays that
amount to the raHroad commission and '
V absolutely nothing in return. The ;
coming legislature has several very im-1
porUnt . duties to perform but among
them all, none is more needed than the
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rinssion was created. The members of
commission are excellent centiemen.
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na.no neeaoi lueir ai.egeo ,
'..r, muu .10, wo mucn vo pay , it
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nens let the commission be abolished.
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Andrew liregg I urtm, one l tne iuhi
and oertaiuly one of the grvaWKt of the
famous "war governor," died at his
home in Jleilefonte, I'a , Sunday morn-
iiiK. October 7lh. He was Kirn in lie'Ae-
finite. I'a., April C2, 1S15. His father
rame from In-lnml in 17t3 and ectab-
; li-hed one of the first iron manufactories
the slate near IMlelonte in 107.
The ton studied law and was admitted to
practice in ISo'.t, ttion lieootuing prom-
jn.iit. He entered polltim a a whig
laboring for Harritou't election in 14,
and successfully canvassing the state for
Clay in 144. In ISixl lie was the re
publican candidate for governor and
carried the state by a majority i.f "c'.oOO.
In his inaugural address be advocated
the forcible miiresion of secession.
Pennsylvania to lurnish her ijuota of
trooi'S however iarge it might If. This
action was followed by Governor Tod of
Ohio, and Morton of Indiana, s .h.iiding
up the hands of the president during the
very darkest hour of the rebellion. His
devotion to the cause, his t.rclessness in
looking after and providing for the chii-
true patriot, and one of the few realiv
great figures of those pVeat days
I What we said yesterday concerning
the fire and the w aterworks made one or
more persons lee! sore. We regret that
it did : but we regret more that the cir
cumstances compelled us to say just
w hat we did. The verv existence of the
the fire department. Loose or careless
methods in either cannot lie tolerated.
!and surely a newspaper that is to tender
of some one's feelings as to remain siieut
tinder the circumstances is derelict in
its duty to tiie public. The article was
in the management of the water supply
or the Cre department, that does not
give us tiie very best service in !olh.
The member? of the fire department
all are excellent men, but there is room
for improvement in the department. A
honk and ladder company is needed, and
when that is provided the boys should
pet in and drili. The pressure, and the
full pressure, stiouid l? kept on the
mains, especially at this season of the
Tiie tirni five uiinntei at a lire gnt;r.
ally decide whether it is to be a trifle or
a ralaniifv. Iet the past jro, for we
cannot change it. hnt the future
we may make for ourfelveK. I?t
ae eeetliat we make it a e would have
We will add, however, that Mr. Nor
man slat poeitiveiy that the full force
of the water from the epper rewrroir ;
a as od tiie mains at the time the fire ;
broke ont The utatement in i-firmho. 1
uroke oni" ADe Biaiemeni is corrooo-
rated by others. We Lave no reason for i
iinn..tinr tw v.n..n'a k. :
of others who are in tuition tn L-nn
OI ol"rB w no are in position 10 Know.
This relieves him from anv blame in the
matter. Mr. Worsiey is positive the
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ui n.c.tj lumm iie .
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oeen sonieining oui oi nx wud it. now. :
ever the eriden-e back" op Mr. Nor-1
man'i auteuient, and ai the matter i '
the less said about it the better. I
Judge Scott of Omaha is afterKditor j
Rosewater. of the ftmaha TUe. .hum h. I
I intends to punish for contempt of court, i
Kosewater. it seems . criticised the action 1
0f those aDnlvinir to 1 natura'ized i
the inference drawn by the editor from i
ti,e questions being that the judge aras
all A. r. A., and that he refused to nat i
uralize Catholir-s. Without entering
int.n tl.B r.rr.r.riiv ,.i ti..i,,i;,.n. . !
HcoU wj., find Moft fje jB Ujro ,
th.. not W ,!,;,.;., t,M
ie jajjcia 0fr,0e. The office of
8UrireU)e judge of the sute of Nebraska !
j, ,n ,l0nored onB( but lhtt reMKjn ;
wby long-eared individual, who by
the iKIIor.nc. ,nd prejadice of v oters, is
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j, j, u, ,und in awe of
The fliatrift fair ririria trilav anrl a. '
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,,0, .,, it c;otM to nole tl,e Un
WM the lw.t ,nd mo.t iirjenkiIy
ronized meeting the society Las held,
of onr Dier.h.nU are preparing I
Jt (i.f.l W.IK IpI'I f. ti.u'i.
1 cjuiwii, inn win n ihuuiu mm -..
exauinlB. The fair heretofore have not
lianas sucitt'inful a thev should have
. mn , coliseouentlr the inlerent n'
nut no great ua it should Uv To remedy
' t!ii m atari must le made mime time.
and that tune is at hand. Mae a good
showing this year, and mxt year yon
i' ,. the reie.ilti In the interent taken
' ,v other eilrlutor. and the larger at-,
t,.IKUt:ee. Build the matter up; an. I
The t i.rl.iitilra I ran
Many are the attempts l i.l-i.;i! the
forbidden fruit. Some say it was the
tig, others tiie grae. others again the
'pomegranate; -hut the mo: "Arabian
Nightish" description iaints it as an ear
of w heat, w hich looked like a ruby and
w as as big as an ostrich egg, and grew n:i
a tree whose trunk was like gold, its
hrancnes like si'ver and its leaves
Our first parents were expelled almut
I! o'clock of the afternoon of Friday, the
10th of May, having resided in Fden
seven years, two month, two weeks and
three days. Adam was banished to Ce
ion and F.ve to Mecca, and they re
mained apart for years. Adam,
according to some accounts. Sienl half
this time weeping, with his fai-e to the
earth : other?, h ss charitably, aver that
li is solitude was cheered by I.ilith. who
resumed her former relations with hill..
When lie repented and rejoined I've,
lie begged that something might In-given
him from the happy garden "f ir.no, em e
which he had forfeited, and lo' in an
ser t) his prayer, three archangels
were sent to liiui Michael bring. ig
gold, Gabriel frankincense, and Raphael
myrrh mystic gifts, in after years
associated with the offering of tiie Maci,
w liom early Christian tradition identified
with Unoch, Meichisedek am! Hlias. All '
the Year Round.
The Arkansas Kl.
Something like a year ago. w iiile edit- I
ing the Glacier at Hood River, it be--ame i
our painful duty t write up a kissing I
match that occurred lietween a young
lady w ho had just arrived from Arkan
sas a. id her oniiest only, who had pre
ceded her, and w horn she had not seen
, for a year. That match occurred on the
arrival of the west-bound passenger
train, in charge of Conductor iier.-ien-ring,
time 3 o'clock p. m. Glendenning
, held the train so that the passengers
could take notes of the result, and
charged the delay up to the Columbia
river scenery. We said at the time
there was nothing on earth to eijua! the
I kissing power of an Arkansas girl, and
this assertion has received ocular and
i osculatory proof.
A tew days ago three other Arknnsas
. ladies arrived on tiie morning train, and
. the first hugging match was multiplied
! by three. Those who saw it say it was
worth going miles to see, and that when
lip met lip and broke away again there
, was a sudden smacking together of the
air that resembled the expiring irurn'.e
of a bathtub. Tle girls each singled
out her feilow mid went for h;ui then
Since that occurrence every oid bui he
ior in Hok1 Kiver iu ln inqu.fii.g
the price of tickets to Little I.ock, and
each and every one of them declare that
the recent cyclone at that place wan ti.f
reuit of a kifitng bee in the next
county. Charley Miller was in charge
of the train, and as nn advertUpuicnt of
the scenic beauties of the mute, held
the train for five minutes, and until the
male members of the kissing party be
gan to show signs of weakening.
Fur the manv accident" that occur
about the farra or househonid, ttnvh a
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wounds, lutes of animal, u,oi 111 toes or
in--f- ,k.m . ,,. . t
awa a.rr aT.B.tI7, I'l Uirm, I (UR, laZL'rli
ii i.' 'tlL ,
, body, or the ailments resulting from ex
! posure as neuralgia rheumatism ec
' I. J. H. McLean's Volcanic Oil I ini
ones, acnes or pains in anv part ol the.
. D -VII Hill . 'I 1.1 II
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menl riaa proved lUell a ovi"rtML'n n-m
I'rice 25c, 6fc and 11.00 per bottle.
For sale bv the Snipes- Kinerniv Dru
Mason Did your daughter marry into
one of the families of reigning lieraian
princes? Billionaire I judjre so. I
notice that it's been raining Dutch no-
Sinre. The j
When rrsons are weak and languid, '
'rom 'c'tnew or ovei''"'k, fee! debil-1
' "n "laicaiion '
tht the lood ia out of or1'!r- - tl'J' I
nCT:u ""'P 10 Hie luweraule I
feeling. The lest remedr for this nur
coming down from the mourner's bench.
Anioo fr.end grasping him by the
'.l W!! wi:h 0ilr on1,
rotier Young man 'ruefully Yes,,
but I've lost mv hat-Life.
Every mother should know that croup
can be prevented. The first svmptom of
trn. rrmtn i.hr.,.. r.:. i..i. :
lowed by a peculiar rough cough. If
Chamberlain's Cough Keinedy is given
fM.T. aa iin aa tl,a .A I
' j . . , tmiu i:i Jlll'-r
b(KrM w even ,ftPr tl,e g,, ,jR. (,(t.
vei,d it will prevent the attack
cent bottles for sale by
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t ni-y are m.ain.- -..-i.- -
tXilniuiM me mnmi laoj
with sti.i.leii inter.-.!. -II t-ver they 1
! l'i! k;. out there and run to r mure"."
:aivv i t tl. I'liioii I w that an
other American diopied dead ill l.on loll
etcrdav. It bv oi t he Mai. hut Ian
I oor cIih(. vniirlio.ly must hiivenf
Icred to put liim up a! one of the ileeei.t
clubs . The Fx iericiui'd One.
Angry stage man iger 1 think 1 11 l.o
in and smack the face nt! thai drunken
coryphee. first Comedian kindly'
Ah, my Irien.l, but she's loaded lor
hear I I't.e syiiipailiix -r.
Ti ncln i l "ite an example of the good
ness of in..!. Ihck Hick lie allows,
the iim' i.l hi- i. alio' a- en I ir-er on the
American silirr do';,n. The I Mcoverer.
K.eifti! ii ge
1 teii m.ii women are
n: lor g..o.i. low nt iw tier
The ii: n-t of those thai call on lue are
agents for books. The Unycr.
Nrtt Mlnrv al Irliir.
I'.m voi.r g xxls at F. v tiordon's new
store at Victor. AM g.md inaiked in
plain figures. My aim is to n il, not to
keep good. My priies are made on too
clos' margin for the cre.l t system. ;
Cash on delivery of the g.mds, means
prosperity f or all. Yours sincerely,
F. S. ..'l:lio.
l.kUIr 1 ralisa lion.
ing dis-. wa l.ir.I for record
I Vute- t
i Alidlew J. I Hlflir,
, tp I s r l:: e ;
big : ti ri : f-.
From earl v chilJ-
hood untii I was 1
crown mv family
s:ctit a fortune
trvinc to cure me of thi disc i-. I1
1 visitej H it Springs, and was t'eatf J
hv the rest mejt. ,il men, rut was not ,
heiiemcJ. CDr. mi When all.
I things had ' failed I
determined to tv i. S., anJ in
' four month was entirely cured. The .
' tfrrihle Lwema w.is gone, not a sign
of it Ictt; mv general health built ur.
and I have ne rr hnj arv return of .
' re-jommen JrJ M.HM.MHMMtLJ!!La.ss .
. S. S. S. i number uf firnj tot u.m div '
cae, and f.vr Tvr Itnown a fjtlur to
, turw. litu. W. IK, Irw.n. t'A-
' Sfwrr fallt to fnff
rn trier ail ouwr j
nm1n- bava. imr
TftiiM' on II it n4 ft n1
tiD ltMMa OA i tad I
frav u any adiirma.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Allans, Ga.
Nun' ! b'-n'hY p!Tii. that uml-r aTid t ir (
of an i-ii'ii:iiii im ul tn.t '. ttir i i-cmt
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NOTICE FOK ITBLICATIOX.
1,av limn, Th hallr.. 'it )
lM-t 1, !- t
Nnllf 1 hmi-tiy rlxrn lliat lli- (nllnwli
Dam1 ai-ttlcr ha. Iill lii.tut-ul til. Ilil-litl.li
niaa. final pri.if In .tipixirt nf til. rialin. and
that aald pronf will 1 malic lWi.r tlia Mil
nil mvim nf th. i:. h lii.d uitiiv. 1 he Jaii.
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Jaaa.a W. lllrhaun.
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Hi- nami th. InlinwIllS WltlH-.-. I' pr-"f "I
cntitllinnui rv.liii-1111- Hi..ii anil rultli all-.n n
aanl laud, Vli - I. Knv, William ainil H,
J. Herman. J. K. Moi uriiiira, nf nih-r?.T. nr.
JAf. K. Miw-KK. K.-itLlrr
I'JMNZ & NITSCHKK
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Furniture and Carpets
We iiave added to our business
complete Undertaking Establishment,
and as we are in no way connected with
the Undertakers' Trust, our prices
be low accordingly.
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