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Peach boxes for sale by Wallace
Woods, also dried fruit boxes.
McEvoy, the photographer, has
folded his tent and pone to Ashland.
1. Nudleman is the happy parent to
a bov baby, which came to his home on
Spring chickens are beginning to
look with suspicion on their affection
I. A. Whitman has shipped up
wards of 800 boxes of early peaches to
Portland this week.
An advertisement should bo writ
ten that the reader will want to read
more of the same kind.
Peter Hartman. he who did brew
ing for G. W. Bashford's brewery, is
now living at Roseburg.
Married at Gold Hill. July :trd,
by Rev. W. B. Moore, Mr. E. R.
Cardwell and Miss Rose Griffith.
One Willamette valley strawberry
raiser hauled 9000 pounds of berries
to Portland in one day, June 17th.
Misses A. Jeffrey and M. Bedford,
two Applegate school teachers, are in
attendance at the institute at Ashland.
W. T. Kame, W. B. Stevens and
R. H. Whitehead were over on Rogue
river this week doing aheap o' fishing.
The new ads this week are those of
Mitchell, Lewis Staver company. S.
Childers & Co., Mackey, the photo
grapher. Special prices on lounges. I. A
W. Carrol, of Coker Butte ranch,
carried off the honors for having
brought to market the first apricots of
Demorest, the dentist opera block,
The M. E. .Sunday school, of this
place, attended the Chautauqua io a
body Wednesday-7-and of course had,
"just a splendid time."
Pickles in bulk at Lumsden & Ber
lin's. Albert Coffman's, living on Big
Butte creek, near Brownsboro, re
ports his entire crop destroyed by hail
during the storm of June 27 th.
Fruit paper at THE Mail office any
Messrs. Coulter & Corson have
been engaged this week in painting the
hearse,, for Mingus & Legate, and tbe
improvement is quite a noticeable one.
Go to Tyler & Miser for fine pho
tographs. A platform dance will be given on
West Seventh street this, Friday,
evening all tbe same the place where
the merry-go-round was oo the Fourth.
For bargains in real estate go to
Hamilton & Palm.
'Charles Damon is organizing an
amateur dramatic society in' this city.
Their first play will be George M.
Baker's drama, 'Among the Breakers."
"Victor" bicycle best in the world
for Sale by J. Beek & Co.
Hon. J. D. Whitman reports the
best peach crop this season that he has
ever had which is saying a heap con
sidering that he always has a good
Soap ten bars Savon for 25 cents
at Lumsden it BerlinV.
Hotel Nash is fact n earing com
pletion. Contractor Patterson is of
the opinion that only about a week-
more will be required to finish the con
tract. Boots and shoes at Angle & Ply
male's for cost and freight.
Mrs. F. J. Creed and her daughter,
Mrs. L- E. Land, were pleasant callers
at The Mail shop Tuesday, and with
them came a sample of very fine
Ten bars Savon soap for 25 cents at
Lumsden & Berlin's.
The train robbers have been
caught, had their examination and were
hound over. They were the two Pool
boys and a pal named Case, who lived
Patronize Tyler & Miser, the only
photographers in Medford.
The old firm of Thompson & Meeker
have turned over those twenty silver
dollars to the Ladies Benevolent
society of this city, the key to the box
not having been presented.
Wild Cherry wine and iced temper
ance drinks at The Great Western.
The Medford steam laundry opened
fire on a stack of soiled linen higher
than a two story brick last Monday
and has been firing out fine laundered
goods every day since the day of start
ing. ' For sale Improvements on home
stead. Address W. K. Ingledue, Wi
The exodus from the valley to the
several mountain resorts has com
menced in earnest this week. A cou
ple of weeks more and there will hard
ly be a corporal's guard in most of the
Don't miss reading "The sign of
the Four" opening chapters to appear
in this paper on July 28th.
A Chicago baseball reporter who
"keeps well abreast of the procession
writes in his recent account of a re
cent game, that "Mike pounded out a
three-bagger, whereupon Andy trilbied
Wells, the drayman, has spring
trucks especially adapted for moving
D. Brooks is tearing away his barn
and is going to fill in his lot with dirt
from J. R. Wilson's lot upon which
last named lot Mr. Wilson is soon to
begin the construction of his new
Don't forget that The Great West
ern keeps the best cigars, tobacco,
candy, nuts and oranges.
R. A. Fry, a typo, has severed his
connections with this office. Dick is a
cracking good printer and a very fine
gentleman. Any 6hop that wants a
good, steady "print," can do no better
than to engage Mr. Fry.
Haye your faded and soiled clothes
dyed and cleaned at the Excelsior Dye
rWorks, Medford, Oregon.
J. R. Wilson and F. Amann were
t work last week constructing a coal
car for the Medford coal company.
Mr Amann is an old band at the busi
ness and the work recently-executed is
substantial and practicable.
J. H.Stewart, the orchardist, is
putting up a 7x32 feet fruit dryer at
his hue orchard home. Mr. Brooks,
the tinner, is manufacturing piping for
use in the dryer something over 100
feet, eight and twelve inches in size.
The best shaves put up are those
you get at Bates Bros, shop, ditto hair
cuts first class, everything. South C
Among the Medford teachers who
are in attendance at the teachers' in
stitute and Chautauqua at Ashland are
Misses Dslla Pickol, Ellen Bursell.
HaUie and Zorah Bliss, Carrie Saekett,
Edith Crouch, Griieo Foster and K. E.
G.L.Sehernierhorn is making a spe
cialty of carpenter job work in ail
lines, from an ironing board to a state
Wednesday night of this week was
set aside by the order of the Woodmen
of the World, of this city, for installa
tion of officers, but owing to the ab
sence of their installing officer. Dr. E.
P. Geary, the work was postponed until
the next regular meeting.
(io to G. II. Haskins, druggist, sole
agent in Medford, for a bottle of
LIVERINE, for the Liver, Kidneys,
Sick-Headache and Constipation.
At the Baptist church next Sun
day Pastor V. C. Jenkins will
preach both morning and ovening.
Slorning subject, "The Burning Bush."
Evening subject, prelude "The IVca
denee of Patriotism:'' sermon, "Half
Opened eves." All are invitod.
'"e carry Goodyears rubber hose,
the--oest brand in the market, in alt
sizes and qualities, at prices to suit the
times. J . Beek fc Co.
Christian church services next
Sunday will be as follows: 10. a m
Sunday school. Ham preaching by
Eli Fisher, pastor. 3pm Junior Endea
vor. 7pm Christian Endeavor. There
will be ttpecial music both morning and
evening. Seats free. Strancers wel
come. Bellinger & Payne are in the field
for your work in the dray line. Ah
work done with dispatch' and care.
Every line of work given especial at
" W. M. Smith all the same "Ten
nessee" is packing peaches and using
the Peerless brand of fruit paper pur
chased of The Mail and this is the
recommend hejrives it: "Best paper I
ever used and goes fartherest. I packed
175 boxes of peaches with fifty pounds
R. G. Bunch, proprietor of the
Medford barber shop, is an artist
equalled by bone in Medford . One trial
makes a steady customer. First-class
work. South Front street.
Thos. V. Cator, who spoke to
large house in this city about a year
ago, has consented to deliver an ad
dress before the Chautauqua society at
Ashland, and be will be there on the
13th. He is a man of great ability and
no doubt his address will be one of
A general line of mill work ia
carried on at G. L. Schermerhorn'
planing mill. Anything aud every
thing made of wood can be turned
out at this mill.
G. W. Prlddy has recently burned
another kiln of 120 thousand of brick,
which, as he states are a prime article.
He is also fillinsr up his lime kiln lor
another burn, the first kiln not having
been burned sufficient to make it quite
the aritcle required. The lime, how
ever, was all right.
The most pleasant little pills for
regulating the bowels are De Witt's
Little Early Risers. Cure sick head
ache and constipation. Small pill.
Small dose. Geo. H. Haskins, druggist.
The Mail office has been chuck-a-block
with job work for the past three
or four weeks for all of which thanks
are extended to those who have
given us their patronage and may
their shadows, or job work, never grow
less and may we always give value for
monej thus received.
M. J. Colby, the carpenter, got
mixed up with a jar of lime and brim
stone, down at the laundry, Wednes
day and inhaled too much of it for the
good of his health, and for several
bourshe was prostrate! from the effect,
but being a strong, husky fellow be
pulled through all right.
Ora Smith is now a partner in the
Candy Palace, as will be seen by notice
published elsewhere. Ora is all right
every spot of the road and is a gen
tleman every inch. He is one of tho
"boys," but not one of the tough variety
of boys. The Palace Co., ought to do
a good business and undoubtedly will
Cashier Enyart: "The report
which became current about the valley
that the Jackson County batik had been
robbed of $30,000 is wholly false. It
seems to have become current simul
taneously in Ashland, Jacksonville and
Central Point, but why or from what
source is one of those things past find
It don't require very much of an
effort to force upon a full grown man a
spell of indisposition these times. As
a matter of positive proof he can get
sick just as easy and, paradoxical though
it appears, no physician can afford relief
nothing short of a trip to the moun
tains wiil fill that long felt wjtnt and
"E. F. Walker, or Medford. was
in our section last week investigating
our gold fields and also looking after
the interest of some ditches he dug
seventeen years ago. Mr. Walker,
though in his eighty-second year, scales
the hills equal to a rugged man of
thirty." Grave Creek correspondent
in Grants Pass Courier.
Constable F. M. Parker, of Gold
Hill, was in Medford Saturday subpoe
naing witnesses in a little fracas which
occurred down that way recently,
wherein a Mrs. Cooksey caused the
arrest of one Eld ward Dawson, charged
with taking a team of horses not his
own. Dr. Wiggins and W. Eddings
were the witnesses from Medford.
This office is in receipt of two pair
of complimentary season tickets to the
Ashland Chautauqua, but the news
paper man who can find time to steal
away to these things is a foreign object
in this shop. However, the courtesy is
appreciated, and while we cannot at
tend we have done all possible to en
courage the ptesence of our readers.
Miss Meda Plymale gave a lawn
party Monday evening in honor of her
friend, Miss Mabel Goodyear, who was
visiting her. There were a goodly num
ber of young people present and a
very fine time was enjoyed which
could not be otherwise considering that
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
t he party was at the Ply mule residence,
where the people are always hospitable
and their guests mode glad because
that thoy are there.
This is good, sensible talk from the
Ashland Advertiser: Wo obtain from j
Tiik Mkiikord Mail, tho intelligence ,
thill Medford is U have a steam lavin-i
drv. There will then be no need of!
people in this part of the valley send
ing their laundry work to Northern
cities nor encouraging "Chinese cheap
labor, ' when by patronizing American
home industry, the mouey can be kept
in circulation here at home.
Telephone connections were made
last week with Central Point, and as
soon as Messrs. Haskins aud Webb
retu.-n from their outing trip the line
will be extended north to Grants Pass,
and connections made with all interme
diate points. The work to be com
pleted this fall. The Central Point
instruments have been placed in the
Hst office and Miss Martha Cardwell,
the postmaster, uppoiutcd manager of
Apples the year round Is one of the
several features of Southern Oregon
that makes life worth staying with.
F. M. Stewart, the orchardist, came In
Friday from bis tine fruit farm and with
him came a basket of apples, the pro
duct of ''M, and they were iu fine shape
for use sound ami of good llavor, and
of the Greening variety. Mr. Stewart
also brought in at the same lime
several boxes of this year's apple crop,
which he found ready market for at the
There is one medicine that will
euro immediately. We refer to l)e
W lit s Colic and Cholera (. ure, for all
summer complaints. No delay. No
disappointment. No failure. Geo. H.
The creamery proposition will not
materialize al least, not at present.
Mr. Shcffner made a very thorough
canvass iuhodc the farmers and while
all were anxious to see the creamery
established then were but a few who
felt able and willing to put their money
into the business. A canvass was also
in ado among the business men this
week, but those most active in enter
prises of J this nature were so tied to
other proKM4lion thai nothing could
Everybody thai is. prvlty nearly
everybody, buy iheir bread stutTs of
Wilson, and a whole lot of people buy
their cakes and pies of the same gen
tleman, because; well, jul because
everything he puts up is guaranteed
to bo the best.
An old mau who was trying to get
up a building and loan board here,
and who was soundly whipped by an
irate father in this city a few woeks
ago, for fooling with two little girls. Is
said lobe follou ing the same nefarious
practice in the Gold Hill country. A
thing like him is more dangerous than
a rabid dog turned loose in the com
munity and he should be treated to a
coat of tar aud feathers and made to
keep them on so that all men might
know him. Grants Pass Courier.
Chautauqua assembly at Ashland
July 10th to H'lh. Many noted shak
ers: schools of art, music, eto.: teach
ers' district institute conducted by
State Superintendent Irwin. GrvateM
treal ever offered in Oregon for think
ing jteople. For particulars address
Mrs. C. K. M.nkler, secretary .
There has been another shift made
at Hotel Clarendon, S. S. Wilson hav
ing sold the fixtures and good will of
the same to Mrs. S. E. Delk, who took
charge of the same Tuesday. Mr. Wil
son has conducted the house for several
months and has done so in a manner
strictly business-like and tiit-class.
Mrs. Delk promises to out up the best
of table services and "Joe" will get in
and do the office work and have general
superintendency of the house. Mr.
Wilson expects to engage in like busi
ness in Gold Hill.
Just arrived, al Webb's Racket, a
lot of new dress trimming laces that
that are cheap. More ladies' sleeveless
vests, gents' balbriggan underwear,
gents' full dress laundried shirts, cellu
loid collars and cuffs and other articles
too numerous to mention all at ibe ex
ceedingly low prices usually quoted by
Mrs. Minuick is a widow lady; lives
out on South C street; grows some line
peaches and they are now ripe, a fact
which the small hoys have discovered.
Mrs. Minnick wants these peaches for
her own use and o protect them at
night she sits in the o-thard, with a
shot gun, probably not loaued. One
night recently while on guard sleep
overcame her In early evening and not
until the little birds were singing their
morning praises, and the sun was mak
ing warm all things of earth did she
awaken. Whether the enehes wtre
stolen or not Mrs.Minnick is not author
ity. Dr. S. Danielson, of this city, has
reason to be elated over the compli
ments which are being extended him
from prominent populists all over the
state upon the thought and ideas ex
pressed in his little booklet, entitled
"Protoction, or the People's Defense."
From J. F. Ilendrex. a member of the
slate executive committee, comes thi:
"Your booklet received, which meets
my unqualified endorsement. It is one
of our best exponents of money."' The
doctor has notions, sometimes, that
don't just suit some people, when be
gets off on his populist tangent, but be
it said to his credit, ho has some good
ideas and, better than all else, he is
honest in his convictions.
A. W. Bish's team got funny last
Sunday and ran away and scattered
the whole family by the roadside and
in a manner which brought painful in
juries to some of them. They were
driving out to Mr. Woody's place and
when just across Bear creek the team
began running and kept it up until
Pres. Phipps' place was reached,
where the horses wore caught and a
badly smashed up hay rack and wagon
was scattered along the line of travel.
A hay rack was on the wagon which
made the occupant' position a more
precarious one. Dora, an eight-year-old
daughter sustained a fracture of the
right arm ami Mrs. llish received a
sprained ankle. The injured ones
were soon brought to their home and
Dr. I'ickel summoned and the I nur
tures reduced. A little two-year-old
daughter hung to the hay rack until
the whole business was dumped by the
roadside, and escaped wilhuut injury.
A couple of years ago we made
mention of the return of little Sophia,
daughter of James Hansen, to the Hos
pital for Children, at San Francisco.
Ijist week Mr. Hansen received word
from the hospital to the effect that his
daughter had entirely recovered and
was able to walk. The little girl is
eight years old and during her stay of
four years at the hospital she has been
oierated ujioii four times. Her trou
ble was a disease of the hip. She is
now living with relatives in California
and will remain there until Mr. Han
sen, who is a widower, can arrange to
have her brought uouie. The. i!,uie
one's frjcnds hereabouts will be pleased
to learn of her recovery nfter so many
long years of patient suffering.
A couple of weeks ago this paper
refused to publish a communication
bearing uuou the memorial sermon
of Rev. U C. Jenkins and which ap-jK-ared
in full in this pup-r. Our rea
sons for relusing to publish the article
referred to are two in number. First,
we do not desire to have entered into,
through these columns, a discussion
which a subject of this nature would
be sure to bring out. Second, inas
much as the sermon was published in
The M ail bv request of the G. A. R.
post and not by Rev. Jenkins, we would
deem it unfair for us to allow the gen
tleman to be criticised through the
same columns that paid him courtesy
only so few weeks ago. and this court
esy extended not especially to him but
to the members of the Medford G. A.
What came near being quite a
serious accident happened at Central
Point the evening of the Fourth. Wil
liam Svdow was returning home from
the celebration at Medfo'-d. with his
family and Mrs. I. S. Bradley, and upon
reaching Central Point slopped at the
polofliee for his mail. No sooner had
he alighted from the carriage than
the team became frightened and ran
down the street al break-neck speed.
In turning the corner at the city hall
the vehicle turned over, and in so do
ing fell upon its occupant. Mrs.
Sydow received a fracture of the col
lar bone, and a deep gush was cut in
the lwM-k of her neck and it is feared
thai the spinal cord was wrenched.
Mrs. Bradley and Mi-s Sydow were
both quite badly hurt, but not seri
Hal ley Bros, have sold their slock
of goods, consisting of dry goods, gent's
and ladies' furnishing goods, clothing
and fancy goods to S. Childers & Co.
The deal took place the first part of
the week and the new firm at once as
sumed charge. The management of
th store will be in the hands of Bert
and Guy Childers and the Stock, espec
ially dry goods and elo'hlng is to be
increased a large bill of new goods
having already been ordered. What
business the retired firm will engage
in we are not authorized to stale, ex
cept that W. I. Hallcy will engage in
mining. The new firm starts out with
a sprinkling of printer's ink to encour
age trade, and its members promise
that, none will sell cheaper and better
goods than they and that all patrons
will e treated squarely.
On Wednesday of last week Rev.
C. H. Hoxie performed the marriage
ceremony which joined in happy union
the heart and hand of Mr. Orange Kah
ler, of Tolo, and Miss Lena Dunlap. of
Phoenix. Mr. Kahler is a son of lie v.
Kahler, who is so well and favorably
known herealxmts as an earnest, faith
ful preacher of the gospel, and the son
is as fine a hoy as the father is an old
gentleman. lie is engaged at present
with the Tolo mining company. The
bride is one of Phoenix's pronounced
belles and is a most estimable young
lady. Thev will be "at home" to their
friends at Tolo, where they have com
menced housekeeping, after July lOtb.
The Mail hopes that no storm may
ever cross their path and that their
lives may ever and always be the pict
ure of happiness which they now have
iu mind, and that this picture may
never be "turned to the wall."
Marshal Churchman Is keeping an
eye open for suspicious characters
these times and if he sees a light burn
ing at nigh, at any place out of the
ordinary he makes a quiet investiga
tion. Last Suudav morning about two
o'clock bo figured he had a fire fiend
dead to rights in Merchant Hutchi
son's barn. Ho saw a light in the barn
and upon carefully opening the door
discovered his man aud was just in the
act of giving him a "biff" over tbe nose
when his mistake was discovered it
was Clarence hitching up his team for;
an early start for Coles tin. In this con
nection we want to say that Mr. Church
man is doing his utmost to prevent any
incendiary lires this season, and in his
efforts all assistance possible ought to
bd given him by our people. If those
lires start again this year someono is
going to get caught and If caught it
will be a vigilant committee and not law
that will deal with them.
Alex. Ireland is quite himself since
Wednesday of this week. He is never
so happy as when off for a bear hunt
and it was uon the above date that he
started out on ono of these trips, In
company with CritTolman.of Ashland,
Harry Cogshall, of Medford. and a
party from San Francisco, of which
Sherman Powell, that eminent mag
azine writer is at the head. The party
gathered at Ashland Wednesday and
on Thursday morning started out,
headed for the headwaters of the Des
chutes river, by way of Klamath Falls.
There will be ten poople in the party,
twelve horses and seven dogs, one of
the latter being a blood hound from
Kentucky, and with an actual cost value
of 7tt attached to him. Alex, and
Crit go as guides and for which ser
vice Alex, gets $100 per month and ex
penses Crit's price we did not learn.
Bear and elk abound in the country
for which they have started and in the
two or three months' absence they
figure on if there aro not laid low train
loads of this game then both Aiex. and
Crit have lost themselves in the tall
Hon. and Mrs. D. R. Hindman. of
Bcxme, Iowa, arrived in Medford Mon
day and will remain here for a week
or ten days, devoting their time to
visiting pluses of beauty and interest
and generally taking observations of
the Kurrounding country. Mr. H. is,
and has been for several years, a cir
cuit judge in the district wherein he
resides in Iowa. Mrs. Hindman is n
lady whose mind runs to quite an ex
tent in the channel of literature she
having but recently taken quite an in
terest in and prepared much of the
copy for a special edition of the Boone
County Republican. The lady also
owns a ten-acre tract of land in the
Orchard Home. They are people of
considerable wealth and inllucnce and
THE Mail is glad of their interests
here and of their vihit.
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tuton Vi , w. V,s1 ..t TT it. c
vuiuw whicb ui lauou ts o a rsa. pa
ri 11a, and am now feeling very well
again. Mrs. Charles J. Kibbe, Ash
Hood's pills cure sick headache.
Bits of Local Railway News.
Roadmasler Calvin, of C. rnnt Ihh
spent the Fourth in Medford.
Anion? the freight. rteiiia ul Ml.
ford this week was a carload of salt for
the S. O. P. P. Co.
The Medford flouring mill shut
down last week for a rest of a couple
of weeks, or until new wheat is to be
The circus advertising car passed
south last Tuesday. This circus has
three advertising cars, and another in
voice of "big pictures'' may be looked
for before the date passes for the "big"
Protect Your Cherry Trees.
For several weeks past an insect,
or grub, has beeD raising sad havoc
with the cherry tree foliage in this
vicinity, but to provide a means of
execution for these pests has been
a thing many of our people have
been unable to reach. Hon. J. D.
Whitman, however, has given us
the following very simple remedy:
Spray your trees with a solution of
one ounce of Paris green and ten
gallons of water. Do this right now
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A Neat Cupboard . . .
Is the pride of the thrifty housewife. She
likes to show her dishes to her neighbors
when they call. She doesn't want anybody
else to get ahead of her in this matter.
I invito housekeepers to look at my din
ner and tea sets. I can help them make
their cupboards Iih) k as neat as anybody's.
I have in stock a full line of
AT LOW PRICES
Wolters, The Grocer,
MEDFORD, - - OREGON.
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Best Bargains, Most Goods,
Best Values For Cash.
Our stock is nice, clean and new. We have
a beautiful line of ladies' spring dress goods
wash goods of every description. Quantities
of laces, embroideries, gimps, etc. Prices on
all lines lower than the lowest. We buy and
sell on a Bed Rock Basis CASH NeAv
line of spring shoes. New goods arriving
daily. Call at once before the assortment is
Same assortment of goods aud samo
prices at our Central Point Store.
Cni & HntcMsoD,
3Ir. Arthur J. Henday
I Am Cured"
Eczema For Over Three Years
Purified the Blood with Hood's
Sarsaparllla and Is Now WetU
- C. L Hood A Co., Lowell, Mass.:
"Dear Sirs: I wish to forward yon
statement of my case. Eczema ap
peared three years syo and sines then
I have tried all kinds of remdi to
the care of the discos and had glva
op all hope of ever being eared. At
laat I was told to try Hood's Sanap-.
rilla and Hood's Olive Ointment. X
did so and I am bapp to aay that
I Am Cured
of that dreadful skin disease. I haT
taken sixteen bottles of Hood's Saraa
parilla and used five boxes of the Oint
ment. I would have written bfor
bat I wished to wait until I was oonfl-
deat tbe disease would not return
again. It has not and I can say I an
perfectly cared. I gladly recommend
Hood's Sarsaparilla." ABTHra J
Mudit, Woodland, 'Washington.
Hood's Pills do not parte, pein or rrlpe,
but act pmUr. sully tDCefficitatly. as.
before greater devastation falls to
the lot of your trees. Mr. Whit
man states that it is a positive ex
terminator, but ought to be applied
at once before the grub called
"cherry slug" matures and propa
gates, which they will do about the
middle of August Unless attended
to at once the foliage will be en
tirely destroyed and the full energy
of the tree will be required to pro
duce anew, and because of this
energy it may die.
Dr. Kirchgessner has rvmoved his
ofhee to i he Mc A nd re w block on Seventh,
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Cigars and Tobacco
Are still at the front andjas
usual are giving the