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THE OREG0XIA2CS TEIXmOXES.
Countlng-Room Mala M?
iranasrlap Editor Main 636
Sunday Editor Main C225
City Editor Mala 166
Society Editor Mala C2S3
Composing-Room Mala OSS
Superintendent Building Bed 2S26
Katt Side OWce East 61
BAKER THEATER (3d and Tamhill)'
"Alcazar Beauties" Burlesque Company,
musical burlesque. Matinee, 2:15 P. M.;
no night performance.
EMPIRE THEATER 02th and Morrison)
Th melodrama, "Her Marriage Vow."
Matinee. 2:13 P. M.; tonight at 8:13. .
GRAND THEATER (Parle and Washington)
Continuous vaudeville. 2;30. 7:S0 and 9
TANTAGES THEATER (4th and StarV)
Continuous audevllle, 2:20. 7:30 and 9
STAR THEATER (Park and "Washington)
Continuous vaudeville. 2:30. 7:30. 9 P. M.
G ranch Officers Are Tkbtalj.ed.
lents Grange, Patrons of Husbandry, held
Its first annual meeting yesterday. Mrs.
E. A. Nlblin installed the following offi
cers for the ensuing year: Master, A, F.
Miller; overseer, Mrs. Maud Darnall; lec
turer, Vlda Hammond; chaplain. Miss
Belled-Beard; steward, II. A. Darnall: as
sistant steward, Donald Furcy: treasurer,
F. O. Snuffin; secretary. Mrs. V. I. Lent;
gatekeeper, W. E. Thomas; Ceres. Mrs.
J5. M.. Marshall: Pomona. Mrs. Emma
Snuffln; Flora, Mrs. Christie Thomas:
lady assistant steward. Mrs. A. A. Miller.
The membership for the year is about SO.
The matter of erecting a new hall the
coming year is being agitated. Iast night
Hie following officers of Woodlawn
Grange, No. 350. a new organization, were
installed by. Mrs. E. A. NIblln: Master,
D. D. Robinson: overseer. Fred Keller;
lecturer. Mrs. Martha Hamman; steward,
Henry E. Davis: assistant steward. Will
Iec; chaplain. Miss Flora HJldreth; treas
urer. James Garnctt; secretary, Clara
Garnett; gatekeeper, Edgar E. 'Mllner;
Pomona, Mrs. Viola Lee: Ceres, Mrs. Ada
English; Flora, Mrs. Nettie Robinson;
lady assistant steward. Miss Allie Jer
man: musician. Mrs. Kittle Worthington.
A number of visitors were present, who
were entertained with a banquet and a
feast of oratory.
G. A. R. Post and Corps Joikt 1n
pta dilation. At the joint installation of
George Wright Post and Corps. G. A. R..
last Friday, S. J. Mickley was installed
commander of the post, while his wife,
Mrs. Delia Mickley, was Installed as pres
ident of the corps. A pleasant feature of
the evening was the presentation of a
gold past commander's badge to F. L.
Wiegand. the retiring commander, while
Mrs. Helen X. Rlckard, the retiring pres
ident of the corps, was presented with an
elegant gold past president's badge, set
wftli turquoise, and suitably engraved.
The corps has had a wonderfully prosper
ous year, gaining largely In membership
and earning a goodly amount of money.
Through this auxiliary of the Grand
Army many soldiers' widows In indigent
circumstances have been aided. The corps
has -sent $60 to the Roseburg Soldiers'
Home to aid In furnishing the cottages
which have been erected for the wives of
the veterans. The ladles are looking for
ward to Increased usefulness and greater
results for the current year.
German Ladies' Relief Societt. The
annual meeting of the German Ladies'
Relief Society was held in tne hall at
Eleventh and Morrison, last Thursday.
The reports of the officers not only showed
a very sound standing financially but a
great deal of good work being done. The
following are the names of officers elect
ed' for the ensuing year: President, Mrs.
E. Steblngcr: vice-president, Mrs. J.
Schemer; secretary. Mrs. J. Rometsch;
treasurer, Mrs. J. E. Luckel. Board of
trustees: Mrs. H. Bohlman, Mrs. L. J.
Gcntner, Mrs. H. Jasper. Mrs. L. Buck,
Mrs. F. Kcllar. Mrs. H. Llstman.
Farmers' Institute. An Institute will
be held tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock, in
the Grange Hall In Pleasant Valley, It
will bo conducted by J. H. Rcid, W. K.
Newell and some others. The addresses
will be mainly on fruit-tree pests and
their remedy. Mr. Reld will have his
stereopticon lantern and Illustrate his
talk. The hall Is a mile south from
Jenne's station on the O. W. P. A large
number of farmers are expected to at
tend this Institute and they have been
looking forward to It with much Interest.
Oddfeliiowk Elect Officers. Mount
Scott Lodge. No. 1S8, I. O. O. F., has elect
ed and installed the following officers: C!
E. Kennedy, noble grand; G. E. Mont
gomery, vice-grand; I. W. Stlger, treas
urer; H. A. Darnall" secretary: T. I.
Campbell, R. S. N. G.: Jesse Wood, L. S.
N. G.: I. Lungren, R. S. V. G.; C. A.
Wood. L. S. V. G.; Joseph KHncman. P.
G.; George Spring. R. S. S.; George Dll-J
ly. i.. s. S.: Frank Griffith, chaplain;
Thomas Everyman, outside guard; G. G.
Holtze, inside guard.
Run aw at Bot Caught. While wander
ing about In the North End district, Jesse
Huhler. aged 35 years, a runaway lad from
Spokane, was picked up by Patrolmen
Goltz and Smith and taken to police head
quarters. He was later conveyed to the
detention home of the Juvenile Court, and
arrangements are to be made to send him
Will Organize a Baptist Church.
The Baptists of Mount Scott will assem
ble this afternoon In that suburb and or
ganize a church. There will be special
services, and several prominent ministers
will be present. The new Baptist Church
will be built at Arleta, where the denomi
nation has two lots.
Wilt, Speak in Februap.t. H. C. Shat
tuck. National lecturer of the Loyal Tem
perance Legion, will be in Portland in the
early part of February, and work In the
Interest of that branch of the W. C. T. U.
He has some appointments for the re
mainder of the month in the Willamette
Mr. Herman Enke. proprietor of the
City Steam Dye Works, and B. M. Fisch,
manager, loft Thursday evening for an
extended trip to the East, to look after
business Interests and to obtain some of
the latest Improved machinery to Install
in their new plant. East Third and Ash
Burns A'nkiversart Concert and
Dance, at Arion Hall. Friday, January
26, under the auspices of Clan Macleay.
A special programme of Scottish song Is
"being arranged and the best talent in the
city has been secured.
A. & A. S. Rite. The 13th semi-annual
reunion will be held at the cathedral be
ginning Thursday morning. ISth Inst..' and
ending Friday evening. 19th Inst. Candi
dates assemble at 9 A. M. Thursdav. By
order presiding officer. "
, At Temple Beth Israel. At 31:30
o'clock this morning. Judge A. L. Frazer,
of the State Circuit Court, will deliver
an address to the pupils of the religious
school of Temple Beth Israel on "The
Will Discuss Equal Suffrage. a free
and open discussion on equal suffrage -will
form the feature of the meeting of the
People's Forum at Elks' Hall, Marquam
building, tonight. Strangers arc welcome.
The Lutke Manufacturing Compant,
corner Hoyt and Sixth streets, arc open
for business a.t the old stand All con
tracts and orders will be filled as prompt
ly as possible.
Lost By client. Portland water-loan
bond, series 1S93. No. 20S3. $1000. Payment
stopped. Liberal reward for return to
Sol Bloom, 633 Chamber of Commerce.
At Richards, corner Park and Alder
street, Sunday, 5 to S:30 P. M. The usual
full course French dinner with wine, 51.00.
Candidates Petitions for primary
election. Approved form. For sale by
Mann & Breach, 92 Second street.
Clarekont Tavern. "Northern Pacific
train. 4:30 P. M., stops at Claremont. re
turning 19:45 P. M.
For bargains in choice business and res
idence property, sec F. Abraham. 113 2nd.
Whist, refreshments and dancing, Au
ditorium, tomorrow night. Admission 15.
Dr. Swain, dentist. 311 Dekum bid.-
"' Shoe Sals. Marks Shoe Co. '
in I I THAT JAEGER BROTHERS' PLATED
VIl A WARE IS BECOMING FAMOUS?
First We hive it made especially for us and
contains more silver than the regular plated ware.
Second We have exclusive patterns which are
' impossible to tell from the sterling silver.
Third Every piece is stamped with our name
f iTIfIT (Jaeger Bros.) therefore you not only have, the
I ftj W factory guarantee, but ours also.
Ify 1 W - Fourth There is no mark on any article which
11 1 would indicate that it is plated, and as it re-
sembles the solid silver so closely, many people
mistake it for the genuine silver and for this
I reason it lias become very popular with the public.
Fifth Our prices are below the so-called
plated war handled by every department storo
I and pawnshop.
The above plated ware comes in Knives, Forks, Spoons and alj
kinds of fancy flat ware patterns.
NOTE Our store has established a reputation for handling only
first-class goods, never misrepresenting an article, and courteous treat
ment to customers, and our famous plated ware has made a great hit.
Jewelers and Opticians
280 MorrlMtB Street, Nttr rifth
Lectures on Birds. W. L. Flnley who
has recently returned from New York,
where he lectured before the National
Audubon Society, gave a. talk Friday be
fore the pupils of the Allen Preparatory
School Friday afternoon on Oregon bird?.
He traced the development of the bird
from the egg. and illustrated the life of
many Oregon birds by stereopticon views
showing them in their dally haunts.- The
lecture was heard by the students with
Sellwood Libkart Lecture. The
fourth of the scries of lectures given by
the Sellwood Library and Reading-Room
Association will be held tomorrow evening
at the public school auditorium. The sub
ject will be "German Characteristics."
delivered by Rev. A. W. ReinhardL Spe
cial music will be In charge of the Mando
Canadian Societt Meeting. The an
nual meeting of the Canadian Society of
Oregon -will take place Wednesday eve
ning at Elks' Hall, Marquam building, and
all interested are cordially Invited to at
tend. An attractive musical programme
has been prepared under the direction of
Mrs. L. H. Hurlburt-Edwards.
For San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Steamer Nome City sails Monday evening.
San Francisco cabin J12. steerage $S: Ios
Angeles cabin 5S1.S0. steerage J15: meals
and berths Included. C. H. Thompson,
agent. 128 Third street.
Congregation Beth Israel. A special
meeting of this congregation will be held
Monday evening. January 15. at 8 P. M..
for the consideration of the question of
electing a rabbi In succession to Rev. Dr.
S. S. Wise.
Federation of Women's Clubb. The
Portland Federation of Women's Clubs
will hold its annual meeting on Wednes
day, January 37. at 4 o'clock P. M.. at the
home of Mrs. Rose H. White, at the Ho-bart-Curtis.
The proprietor of Chamber of Com
merce Turkish Baths wishes testimonials
from all patients cured by his excellent
treatments. We give the best Turkish and
Russian baths, 50c 525. Chamber of Com
merce Wn examine and fit your eyes with
glasses perfectly, scientifically. Our prices.
11.50 to STJiO: satisfaction guaranteed. 1S3
Fourth street, near Yamhill.
Special Sale all week on kimonos,
brasses and all Imported novelties. Fry
man's, parlor C, Portland Hotel.
Auto, good as new. MM. If taken this
week. 212 Orcgonlan buUding
Dr. Buck returned: office 3d & Burnslde.
REFUSE THEATRICAL 0VFER
Several Bids for the Belasco Prove
M. E. Mayer and E. L. Sackett, late
manager of the Belasco Theater, left
on the Southern Pacific train for San
Francisco last evening.
Mr. Mayer and his-agent here. David
S. StearnE, declare that nothing defi
nite has yet been determined relative
to the ultimate disposition of the Be
lasco Theater at Washington and
Fourteenth streets. The sticking' point
Is the rent demanded by the owners.
J 200 a -week. Although proposals have
been made by S. H. Frledlander o put
in light opera, and offers have been
pending through Tim Sullivan, of New
York. John Cordrnv and others, the 1
ownera have not receded from their
original stipulation as to the amount
of rent, and as this is above what has
been offered, no agreement has been
Plans are now being; completed for
remodeling the building, using the
lower floors for a large retail grocery
store, and for renting rooms in the
upper floors. In this way It Is esti
mated that the property may be made
to yield a sufficient revenue.
There are many reasons why you
should fee our pianos. They are
up-to-date In every respect, are
made of the very best material,
and will last allfetlmc. We buy
dlrect from Eastern factories and
save all discounts and unnecessary
expense. You will find here ten
different makes to select from, and
you cannot buy anywhere else as
good pianos at these prices. It Is
not necessary to pay more for any
piano, no matter what the name,
for these are as good as fan be
made. We are making it an ob
ject for intending purchasers to
SOULE BROS. PIANO CO.
374 Morrison St, cor. W. Park
out the aid of the courts. It was claimed
that Mies McLeod Influenced Mrs. Scho
fleld to give her the 533 check shortly
Bfter the husband's death by threatening
to reveal come scandal In connection with
his name. Whatever the alleged scandal
was will never be known, as the entire
matter has been settled by tho payment
to Miss McLeod of the 51(0xdue her for
ALUMNI AND POLITICS.
Portland High School Graduates Dis
cuss Indorsement of Candidates.
ShaH the Alumni Association of the Port
land High School Indorse those of the or
ganization who will be candidates before
the primaries for nominations for various
offices? This is a question which Is both
ering the Alumni Association, and prom
ises many things before It Is settled.
Last night there was a meeting at the
High School, and, though the matter was
discussed, no steps were taken. A special
meeting has been called for January 24.
when it Is thought a vote will be taken
to decide the action of the alumni. No
ballot was cast last' night, as the attend
ance was small.
Several of the alumni have announced
themselves as candidates for nomination.
Some of their friends think the alumni
ought to indorse them, but there are oth
ers who are of the decided opinion that
the association should keep clear of poli
tics. Among those who spoke against the
alumni Indorsing any candidates was J.
H. Upton. Several of the girls were In
favor of It.
The officers of the Alumni Association
who were elected last night arc: F. H.
Noltncr. president: Miss Helen Bennett,
vice-president: Miss Elthe Smith, secre
tary: Miss Johanna Cramer, treasurer:
Dr. Dammasch, Miss Rcchord and Miss
Charles L. Rybke presided at the meet
ing. Committees were also appointed to
insure larger attendance and to suggest
means of enlivening the meetings.
SIGNS BILL FOR THE SITE
S. I Goldschmldt. of the real estate j
firm of Goldschmldt & Co.. will leave this I
morning for Chicago and New York. He
will return to Portland next month. I
Mrs. I. Frohman will leave the last of i
this week for Southern California points,
where she will vjslt before sailing from
San Francisco for Japan and other East
ern countries. Mrs. Frohman expects to
be In the Orient four months.
Sidney Dell, the former well-known at
torney, of Portland, is now located at San
Pedro, the seaport of Southern California,
where he is reported to be engaged In
a lucrative law practice. He has Just
closed up an important land case in which
he received a large fee.
NEW YORK. Jan. 33.-(SpecIaL)-Ore-gonlans
registered today as follows:
From Portland H. J. Brown, at the
From Salem Miss Hawks and Miss
Weber, at the Auditorium.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU, Wash
ington, Jan. 13. Ross R. Brlttaln. of
Walla Walla, Is here to take an exam
ination for the consulate "at Hang
NEW YORIC. Jan. 13. (Special.)
Among the passengers arriving today
in the steamship Amerika from Ham
burg: and Bologne was Hon. Robert S.
McCormick, United States Ambassador
Mayor Approves Measure Buying
Ground for Forestry Building.
As announced by The Oregonlan last
Monday. James J. Hill, president of tho
Northern Pacific and. Great Northern
Railway Companies, has signified a
willingness to place a concrete founda
tion under the Forestry building and
upon receiving official notice to this
effect through President II. W. Goode,
Mayor Lane yesterday attached his
signature to the ordinance appropriat
ing $14,000 for the purchase of ground
upon which the structure stands.
It Is understood the Portland Gen
eral Electric Company has agreed to
furnish free lights for tho building;
and the street railway company may
also make some sort of a donation If
called upon. These considerations,
coupled with a large amount of public
sentiment, led the Mayor to approve
Evangelist 3fartins Talks.
At 10:30 o'clock this morning Evan
gelist S. M. Martin, of St. Louis, will
speak at the First Christian Church on
the subject of "Rock and Sand." This
afternoon at 3:30 he will deliver a lec
ture to men only at tho Marquam
Grand theater on "Manhood and
Home." In the evening he will dis
cuss "The Communion Question" at
the First Christian Church and tomor
row night at the same place, will talk
CARD OI" THANKS.
Mrs. B. M. Smith and family wish to
extend their heartfelt thanks to their
friends and relatives who attended the
funeral of their husband and father. B.
"Virginia Fairfax" Home.
Miss Ella Breyman, daughter of Mrs.
E. A. Breyman, of this city, arrived
here last night direct from New York
and is now with her mother at the
Mount Tabor residence of the latter.
Under the stage name of "Virginia
Fairfax," Miss Breyman achieved con
siderable prominence in comic opera
wiiile In the East. She is a Portland
girl and left here last Fall in pur
suance of a desire to further her am
bitions. Her stay here Is indefinite and
may extend ovr several months.
Surrenders Indorsed Xote.
Margaret McLeod. the trained nurse
who attended Robert M. Schofield
prior to his .death, has surrendered the
endorsed, note for 5000 and the chock on
the Ban kof California, which she secured
from his 'widow. Mtes McLeod's claims
were satisfied with r check for and
the entire matter amicably settled with-
THE PKRXIN SYSTEM OF
The Modern Buslnets Man's Favorite.
RECORD IN OUR SCHOOL:
Minimum speed. 125 words a minute;
Maximum speed attained. 203 to 225
words a minute.
This record cannot be equaled by
puplla of any other business college
in the West.
. If Interested call on us and Investi
Bebuke-Walker Business College
The School Whose Graduates Are
Elks' Bide. Seventh and Stark St.
DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES.
CATALOGUE FOR THE ASKING.
CLEAN, HIGH-GRADE MERCHANDISE IN THIS
January Clearance Sale
No oth en occasion (during1 the entire twelve
months permits such great price reductions
Men's Suits and Overcoats,
Hats and Furnishing Goods;
Boys' and Youths' Clothing,
Hats, Caps, etc.; Trunks, Bags,
Valises, and all Leather Goods
A most remarkable feature of this sale is
the sterling values in Men's Fine Clothing
the sort superior In style, quality and fit
MISSES' MAN-TAILORED SUITS
AND COATS AT ACTUAL COST
THE GREATEST CLOTHING
HOUSE IN THE NORTHWEST
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF
FOURTH AND mT R R I S O N
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MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED
SAMPLES TOGETHER WITH
SENT- ON APPLICATION
WHERE JO DINE.
All the delicacies of the reason at the
Portland Restaurant; fine, private apart- I
ments for parties. Open all night. 3Cu
Washington, near Fifth.
The best six-course dinner, with wine.
50c. 12 to 8 P. M.. at Scott Restaurant. 7th
and Ankcny. Fine merchants' lunch. 25c
The Calumet. 119 7th St.. nr. Morrison.
French dinner, with wine. 51. Also a la
carte. Broiled steaks and chops specialty.
A chicken dinner will be served at the
Perkins Restaurant today from 12 to S
P. M. Price 35c Louis E. Martinez, Mgr.
A regular chicken dinner will bo served
at the Perkins Restaurant today. Price,
23 cents. Louis E. Martinez, Mgr.
The Empire, 1S2 Third street; chicken
dinner. 20c; turkey, 25c; finest in city.
Genuine French dinner, with wine, 50c,
at 3 Fifth street, near Stark.
Splendid Weather at ThU Topular racWc
Delightful in -even- particular fs the
! weather at Newport, and the Southern
lclnc and the Corvailta & Eastern rail
roads have resumed their cheap rates to
this place for the Winter. Particulars by
asking at Third and Washington streets.
CUT-RATE CIGARS. -
All popular 5c brands 7 for 25c. All two
for a quarter brands. 10c straight. All
leading magazines and periodicals can bo
found at the Cut-Rate Cigar & News
Store. F. A. Kclley, managor. 231 "Wash
ington, between Fourth and Fifth.
CARD OK THANKS.
To the many friend who have shown
us sympathy and kindness during our re
cent bereavement of our beloved son and
nephew. John Andrew King, wc extend
our heartfelt thanks.
MIL AND MRS. J. H. KING.
AND THE MISSES MUGGLI.
. . nicb-Grade Piano for Rent
And sold on easy payments. Piano tuning
and repairing. H- Slnsheimer. 72 Third St.
CARD OF THANKS.
We de3lre to express our heartfelt
thanks to our many kind friends for the
tender sympathy and kindness extended
us during our recent affliction In .the
death of our loving daughter and sister,
MR. AND MRS. S. H. OSMON AND
THE WORLD'S LEADERS
A. B. CHASE
And other high-grade pianos.
Angela iMaao Player, Abk
lux PIhho. Electric Plaaox,
Victor Talklajc Machine.
Strlnsr and WIad Instruments,
And Musical Merchandise of all
Everything at low prices and
on easy terms.
DUNDORE PIANO CO.
334 8th St., Op- Orejconlaa Bid.
DO YOUR GLASSES FIT?
ci a wn la. ma. sn.. -t
You may be able to sec, both
for far and near work, and
still suffer from eye strain,
clue to many different causes
astigmatism, myopia, mus
cle Insufficiency which can
be corrected by properly
fitted glasses. Our optician.
DR. IIAYNES. will give you
a free examination and tell
you if you need glasses.
A. N. WRIGHT, THE IOWA JEWELER
293 Morrison Street, Near Fifth
WE ARE SPECIAL AGENTS FOR THE
Kryptok Invisibly Bifocal Lenses
Heard Suction Eyeglass Mountings
For comfort and satisfac
tion to the wearer, they are
uall and we will explain Scrrrjck.
their merits. i Manufacturing' CpziciahS'
"2M Wasfalnrtoa t.. bet. -4th and 5th.
SPRING HATS, 1906
. NEWS OF NEW HATS
H If you like to be among the early
birds, fly in now.
I New soft bats just in, and they look
more nobby than ever.
(J This is the best time to select yours.
J Don't hope to better their value
'cause you can't.
Famous Clothing Co.
Corner MORRISON and SECOND Streets
EYE CHAT NO. 13
YEARS OF STUDY AND EX
PERIENCE ARE REQUIRED
TO ENABLE AN OPTICIAN
TO SUCCESSFULLY DIAGNOSE VISUAL DEFECTS AND PRE
SCRIBE PROPER' LENSES. ONLY REFRACTIONISTS OF
KNOWN SJCILL AND ABILITY ARE EMPLOYED BY US.
COLUMBIAN OPTICAL CO.
(Denver, Omaha, Kansu City, Salt Lake, Dallaa, Texas; Portland, Oregon)
133 Sixth St Successor to Walter Reed Oregonian Bldg.
Sr. W. A. ?(1e.
A GOLD FILLING
will last longer than the tooth when prop
erly applied. Often a tooth can be backed
with gold so that nothing but the natural
white enamel shows in front, yet the
tooth is saved, and will never give trouble
again. We are proud of our gold fillings.
WISE BROS., Dentists
Falling Building, Third and "Washington.
8 A. 31. to 9 P. M. Sundays, 9 to 12. 3Iain
Dr. T. P. Wise.
Twenty Years of Success
In Jhe treatment of chronic diseases, such as liver,
kidney and stomach disorders, constipation, diar
rhoea, dropsical swellings, Bright's disease, etc
Chronic Diseases of Men and Women
Dr. Walker's methods are regular and scientific.
He uses no patent nostrums or ready-mado prep
arations, but cures the disease by thorough medi
cal treatment. His new pamphlet on private dis
eases sent free to all men who describe their
trouble. PATIEXTS CURED AT HOME. Terms
reasonable. All letters answered In plain envelope.
Consultation free and sacredly confidential. Call on
DR. WALKER, 131 First Street, Corner Taihi, PaiUaatf, OragH
Great Fire Sale
Consisting of Ladles' and Children's white
zoods, hosiery, corsets, lace, embroidery and
fancy goods; custom-made ladles' silk un
dergarments, wraps, waists, etc
Everything at Cost Price
L. MING & BROS.. 88 OTH ST.
chwab Printing Co.
tXST fTOXK. XZjfSONjttLZ TXJCXS
CURIOS, Antiaties, lomtktaBdSelc.
Indian Stone Kmve. Relics, Carvinj and Idols ia
Ivory, Stone. Bronze, etc. War duns. Spears. Bows.
INJ IAN 518 NE AMOW AK1 S?AS POINTS
iMasVs, Baskets. Bolos, Mats, Skulls of all Nation.
HEASS aai HOIKS f Amlauris, WarMefels.
Native Body Ornasaests and Dress, And eat flint
.Guns and Pistols. Coins, Shields. Anttoue Stiver and
Armor, Shells. Send for Photos. Wholesale Dealer.
HOMEOPATHIC XEMEDIXS CasM
teck. moderate prtee. MaU curd era t-llnHwt.
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