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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 28, 1895)
ISCOEB ETEtT XOXDXT AND THCRSD1Y ST
THE PLA1NDEAIER PUBLISHING COMPANY
One Year payable m advance 2 00
Six Months, . r 00
Three Months. " 50
MONDAY, JAN. 2S, 1S93.
In potting our boots for the yeas. 1S94
tee find there are a number of persons in
debted to us in small amounts which aggre
gate tereral thousand dollars. Lite al
most every body else, we are tadly in need
owoncy vrith which to pay our indebted
nets not for investment or speculation.
Our creditors are, in the same fir, and are
croitding us. Consequently we are com
pelled to urge vpon our friends the neces
sity of the payment of the small amounts
dueut. Therefore ice trill at the earliest
possible moment render a statement of
account, at apjtears from our boois Jantt
nry 1, 1S94, to every person indebted to us.
here there are so many small accounts it
next to impossible to teep all of them cor
rectly, hence when you receire a statement
and think it is incorrect, erei if you
hare paid it and tee failed to give gou
credit, don't "fly off the handle" and get
mad, but write kindly and tell us about it
if you can't write Undly, tcrite any way,
for we want to hare our booh correct If
you can't pay the whole amount of your bill,
a portion of it will be thantfully received,
and if it is not convenient for you to pay
any of it, let us tnoK that fact also. We
would be pleased to hav; every person re
ceiving a statement of account to adtnoir
ledge i's receipt at their earliest conven
ience. PLAIXDEALER PUB CO.
And now some of tie "i-talwart re
publicans" who have been wielding
the psrty lash wish they had kept
their hands off.
The Puuxdeaixr is thankful for
the many kind words of friends dur
ing tho past few weeks. A number
ot net- subscribers nave been re
ceived, and many old ones have made
remittances which have been greatly
The Nicarasjua canal passed tho
senate Friday, notwithstanding that
Senator Dolph was here in Oregcn
3000 miles away. From th argu
ment used by his adherents here
abouts, we had snpposed that it was
impossible to pass that bill unless
iTr. Dolph should be re elected.
The number cf "political graves"
that are now being dug by the mem
bers of the legislature is very large,
that is if all that is said is true.
Dolph'd heelers say that those voting
against their candidate are sure of
an early death, while the anti-Dolph
workers say his supporters are sure
to come to an untimely end in the
immediate fatnra. After the ball is
over there will doubtless be a change
Mr. Seblbreie in stating that
Douglas county was solid for Dolph
doubtless referred to the representa
tives and not the people. If Hr.
Sehlbrede desires to vote forilr
Dolph be should give as his reason
therefor that he believes in caucus
role or that he is of the opionion that
Mr. Dolph is to it suited for the posi
tion. It is a fact that few will deny
that many republicans of Douglas
county are opposed to Mr. Dolph'ts re
election. Silver has been a circulating med
ium of as great antiquity as gold,
and has been recognized by all na
tions and peoples in their commer
cial dealings, and it will not bo elim
inated from the money of the world
at one blow. The law of necessity
will eventually supplant the law of
tho bankers and the white metal will
again take its place in the vaults of
the rich and the poektts of the poor.
Oregon City Enterprise.
The readers of the Pluxdealeb
are accustomed to getting tho truth
as we understand, it. 'e havo been
opposed to the re-election of Senator
Dolph because we thought his defeat
would bo best for the people. Dur
ing the campaign last spring we
urged npon our readers the fact that
a vote for the republican representa
tives did not necessarily mean a vote
for Dolph, nnd we believe that if our
representatives really desire to carry
out the wishes of the people of this
county they will cast their vote for
Binger Hermann for United States
If the anathemas heaped npon
the cancus-boltcis by the stalwart
republicans of Oregon carry tbeir
proper moral, tho next legislator who
betrays his party ought to take the
precaution to commit bari-kari firpt,''
wails a Dolph organ. And then it
goes on to say: ''There will be
another senatorial election in this
state two years beiic. The gentle
men who are now deserting republi
can usage and establishing republi
can precedent may have reason to
regret their present makeshift meth
ods." Consistency :a evidently a rare
jewel in that shop.
The Oregomau'n "practical illus
tration" of a citizen of Portland send
ing to San Franchco for a bag of
Mexican silver dollars and getting
bis money back by i-elling them at
50 cents apiece wao a corker. As a
"practiced illustration" it was all
right, bnt as a bti-iness venture it
was a losing proposition. For some
time past Mexican silver dollars
have been quoted in the San Fi an
cle co markets at from 51 cents to 61 J
cents each. A few more "practical
illustrations' of that kind will prove
conclusively that there is something
of a decaying nature in a foreign
THE SENATORIAL K LECTION.
TI10 lLiN'i)ELEn has been ripposod
to the re-election of Senator Dolph
upon general principle, but wan
averse to ranking any fight against
him, believing that whoever hecnml
the r.vicns nomination it was the
duty of tho nrty b olic(. But it
now n;iHr th it i imp.K-iihl to
1pcI iii iMiii-i-t nomine', and thoru-
foro tii I'umxdkalbh does not wish
to aeo tho tight protrttctod indutiniuly
and tli Ingitlritiirt litnlly 'adjourn
witbo.H nlictiiii a annator. W
therefore think it (.lri-n!!. fiir tin
beat interwN of the pntty as woll as
the peopla to elect a new man ouo
who ha not Migli$ fr nor labored
to securo tho bi,;b honor n man np
on whom all m-Muhor of the. leiria
latnro conld initio without ubmU
tiug themselves to any disagreeable
charges. Such a nmn in Bingtfr Her
mann, our prosnt able representa
tive in cougresa. Ht has ben elected
to the lower bo 11 so of congress llvo
timeo, and every time with -an in
creased majority, aud today' if ho
were placed before the people of
Oregon as a caudidate for .United
States senator ho would receive nch
a vota thut Governor Lord's 15,000
plurality would pale into insignifi
cance. Knowing Mr Hermann's
views on this question we know ho is
not a candidate for Uuiled'Slates
senator, but. thnt if the position
were tender! him ho wonld
accept it the office must . ek
him, not bo the office. H was
elected to congress by the people
and ia willincr to servo them io 'that
capacity and ask for nothing in ore.
Mr. HerMaon is able and competent,
faithful, zealous and persistent in. hi
past service?, and the legislature
could, and, as we believe, under the
present condition of things, should
unite npon Mr. Hermann.
As to a few standing by Mr.Dolpb,
the caucus nominee, after a 'fair trial
and find that for various cause?,
among them being his determined
stand against free silver and of his
being, as is affirmed without dispnle.
a corporation attorney, which, if
true, whether right or wrong perse,
are regarded by tlw people as valid
objections to his re-election to the
United States senate. It is apparent
to the most casual observer that Mr.
Dolph does not represent the popular
wishes of the people, and therefore
should not be returned.
In thus closing up the strife now
on, every member could do so with
out the suspicion of bargain and sale
and wonld receive the approbation of
a large majority of the people.
If the people are going to win the
senatorial fight, they must bo up and
at work. Dolph' friends and Ijire
lings are at work in every section of
the state. Sign the petition printed
elsewhere and mail it at once to our
delegation at Salem.
The last state republican conven
tion and the present senatorial elec
tion are similar, inasmuch as the old
time party leaders don't seem to be
exactly in the band wagon.
Xo fly on Tyee.
Scott Henry baa lost his famous dog.
The Cole Brothers are fencing their
J. A. Cole leads as in seeding, and bis
grain looks well.
P. W. Gossett haa a fine lot of fat hogs
be intends to slaughter coon.
Uncle John Stevens, is .suffering with
rbenmalic pains sbcat tbejieart.
Fred Stevens haa recovered from the
injuries received from a falling tree.
Chancy Spencer is grading a road to
his farm land on the "second" etory.
Mr. S. P. White is fcuffering with his
arm that was injured in the civil war.
No grata grows In the foot paths lesd
ing to White'. That's right, boys;
nothing like trying.
Dan Hall, wife and ton, accompanied
by Fred Batf man, wero viriting on Tyee
Eeveral dayi this week.
Mr. Smith is. making great improve
ments on the "Old Fred" ranch. Ho
haa a fine prone orchard.
Ed Stevens is the boss hand to lite.
He pat in 050 in three days for W. C.
isnrre. .Mr. is. has been tiling hts new
We have a healthy locality bnt the
matrimony feyer ia bad here at present.
mod Lbman, td btevens and Frank
Gorrell are down with it recovery doubt
ful. H. H. Nyeman with a force ot sir men
has just finished the road leading from
Nynian Flat an 1 intersecting the Bark
lane Jack the Ripper.
Normal School Notes.
Lewis Thomas of Oregon City, a
lirnlhprnf tha M!bs Hm onrl rilli.n
Thomas, entered school Monday.
Mita Maode Hardy, who haa been
teaching the Bandon schools, attended
chapel exerclres Monday.
A large crowd witnessed the football
game last Saturday between the Eageno
public school team and the Drain team,
which waa an excitina cmno V.vor
thing passed off quietly. The game end-
eu wjwj eigmcen 10 Homing in lavor
of Eugene. The Eugene boys returned
home Sunday morning in good spirits
and well pleased wiih thtir entertain
ment while In Drain.
Miss Safety of Yoncolla entered school
Monday. Others from Dayton, Marsh
field and Oakland will enteri eoon.
Classes have been organized for special
drill work in branches for the county ex
amination. No one preparing for exam
ination could do better than to como and
take the drill.
A special comrnitlefrom the legislature
is expected to visit this school soon, for
the purpoue of making a report relative'
to tbe pending bill in the legislature.
Fred Talcott and Misses Muriel Talcott
and Lottie Beckett are teaching uceess
ful terms of Krlinnl nosr Tumor Tl,,.
have been re employed for the second
ilnrm Ii IrVi ! .iiffi.I.Mt . n n f f . t . .
ability as teachers. Tuus Seiivus.
A Portland pnper says the people
"demand" that Oovornor Lore) ox-
plain whether he has directly or -by.
implication promised ueBiruoio ouices
to certain legislator on condition
that thny withdraw their support
from Dolph. Tho peoplo dorit'--de
maud any biicIi explanation. The
people know tin governor to bt n
ui.iu of Htrict honor and integrity,
and thut is mifiicinnt. That Pdrtland
papor is like a drowning niuu, and kis
grasping at htr.iwa.
Horace Boies wnnts n Western
umn for president, mid we will
gnmhlo 011 it that Horace could put,
his finger on tho very msn. Mem
phis Avalnuche. f
The Sliver Lake FJre. ,
A Silver Lake correspondent of ths
Lakeviow Examiner, under date of
January 13th. writes as follows: We aro
not all exterminated in Silver Lake.
Threo weeks baluro the holociiiat I took.
the census a' d found 225 people, all told,
in our little valley. We have hat 40 out
ot thut number, ao I something no.ir 3d
burned more or less. Those who wero
badly burned aro Georgo -Payne, Bob
Sueling ami his 11-year-old sitter, Mrs.
Tommy Labrio, Mrs. WarJ, U-y Ward,
and Mrs. Charley Hnmilt u.. Tlmv 11 re
all in bed yet and it will be, sometime be
fore they aro all out. Miss Annie An
derson is rapid! r imnroring and I think
will eoon be all right, though her left
arm is considerably burntfd and her if 00
is eomewhat Ecorrhrd. It take aortal
deal of attention to csra for the sufferers
The people from lUisley 1105th to Silver
Lake have come nobly to Iho, (ront-.with
assistance and kiiuliiets. ..There lure
been eeyvral dollars contributed, and a
po'.itiuii ia bein;; circulated at IViiieyilli
to rai?e money for the relit-f of theburned.
It Ukes quite an army of waiters to care
for the iifllictud. John Blair is 'general
snrl!item!eut, and la gojng almost
night and day. He, receives his instrnc.
lions 110111 me iiocior. we have no
paupers yrt, although it takes from $15
to 20 per day. Several have to liOar.il
at the ho cl. Mr. (J. l M:irhill h qu
crotches. She ha I one leg ba lly bruited
by falling and l-eing tramped jm. Ed.
drown, Mrs Annie Blair and Tracy
Blair are doing tho hotel work. Jesse
D. Carr's foreman, Mr. Cook, is furnish
ing two men to wait on tho burned
b orty of onr ttighbors and relatives He
bnned in one grave eight feet fouarc.
it win take the people ol Mlver Lake, one
penerauon 10 lonrei it. now can we
give them up? We wilt let the contain
fall and trrto forget ami hide forever
one of the most heart rending traga dies.
mat ever Deieii a little isolated, com
munity like oars. Bat we have to luVri
our attention to our every day business
and care for ths living, if I could writa
or say any tning mat would sootlie one
pain I would say, Cauee of Causes, pity
ut; it takes time and circumstances' like
this to try men 'and women, and Mt it
not always tbe smoothest face t hat con
ceals the best heart.
Mrs. M. M. ScoSt of Glendalo will co
to Woodyile to raids pertnauen'tlv on ac
count of the continued ill health of her
little daughter, Alva. Mr. Scott will ro:
mam here for the winter in the employ
of tho S. P. Co. Mr. aod. Mrs. .Scott
have a hoit of friends here who Trmps
thire with them in the sefiofef affliction
of their sweet little girl.
Mtsa Ldith Dewey who h . heen:Uhe nnlndcatcr.
uuo atv. niui unukru 1C cr.. J 1 cou a tra
cing under tho stillful treatment of Dr!
Kremer of Grants Pass.
Mrs. E. J. Garrison, who has spent
sometime visiting hor dtuhter.. MeraWi
brant Levens, passed llira-i-Uw(;odo,
cuoust cnruuie 10 nrr noma at ito;e
Miss Ann lVer and Mlsntiri
T 1 . r
nooeris eniertainru tneir numerous
friends with a very - easanl socublo at
tbe I'ewey lintel, on fiiesday erening.
Joe Bowers, the superintendent of the
railroad bridge men, was at Glcndile last
week basking in the smiles of his many
Ulr admirers. Mr. Rowers is at trenial
gentleman and we arc convinred that his
only excuse for not joining the ranks of
lue heneuict is because he has snch a
wide circle of fair maidens to f elect from
he is pair-led in making a choice.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hamilton of Gal
ville visited Glendale on Siturday.
-.t O t.t . r. ... r. .
aiuan cmun 01 smutiueia gave sv
party at his beautifnl home on the 19th,
which was well attended and very mnch
enjoyed by all present. Miss Mima
Hamilton did the honors as hostess in
receiving tho guests. And as a .host
air. fcroith has 00 superior A splendid
supper was served at It o clock when all
dispersed to their homes j hoping that
the next parly Mr. Smith gives will bo- a
Piuribus Star of Dinger cjme to Glen
dale on Friday last for a load.. of freight
ior 111s supply store.
Tyler & Ingram have fitted up a simp
wnere iney are reauv to do painting and
decorating nt reasonable rates. Snd 'in
yonr orders at once.
Mrs. Clarke of Hotel Glendale is im
proving her property and is adding manv
attractions to her splendidly kept hotel.
Lafayette Jones Is having some sub
slantial improvement made on his prop-
eny in 111c rouui part 01 I own.
Mrs. T. C. Xcil and family of Green
gien spent two nays at Ulcndalo visiting
ait. ana Airs. .Miller.
Don't foreet the masouerado ball to ui
given by Miss Hamilton the JCth of Feb
ruary. Costnmes and masks will be
sale n't Iho store of J. L. Dewoy.
I'leasant weather. " . -
Wo welcome the I'laixdealeii.
Mrs. W. Laird is visiting friends and
relatives at this place.
tthel Duncan of Keaton has gono to
ien .line, 10 nitcnu a private school,
Miss Winnie Newlnnd teacher.
Mr. John Wilson of Kamloop, U. C.,
who has been visiting fsiends and rela
tives at this place for the past mooth,
returned home not long ago.
Oar deepest snow of this winter has
only been eight inches. We are in hopes
me wm;cr is over.
While Mr. and. Mrs. If.trdrain wero
returning homo from Looking Glass
this evening, their team became un
manageable throwing Mrs. Ilardman and
little daughter from the conveyance.
We are glad to say they escaped un
injured. Johnny Nel.on of this viclnitv ha? re
ceived 11 vry fino present, cousistine of
n pair of hounds. Thev wero valued at
I00 a piece when live (lays old.
Mips Row Fisher of Roseburg made
Reston a plcsanlcall not long ago.
The M. K church of Ten Milo is hold
ing a protracted m leting.
W. L. Liird and W. Newland of this
tilare Bta-ted for (',r:nt I'oj lot
day, on horpp-back. Mr. Laird received
Wfiro mat his rnothpr was v-ry fick at
Mrs. M. J. Wilsiu ii th guest of Mrs.
The dance given t V. Gnrney's not
long ago proved to t.e m grund success In
Parties are traveling the old Coos bay
road all tho lime. Minnehaha.
. tM VJ kl fj
(BotUafkM WM I M 31
:ent a dose. mk Bin
It la sold on a jraaranteobv all drnjr
KlJiti. It trares ipciptont Oonaumptloa
and la toe neat Couen and Crouo Ouro.
For sai by M. F. Itapp. Druggist.
.Captain-Sweeney; U. 8. A., San Diego.
Cul., savs: "Shiloh's Cutarrli Itemedv
j j - -
;s tho first medicine I have ovor found
.Imt would do nie any good." Price 50c.
Changed to a
- - Ojily, $1.01 a Year I
All tho.LeadiniL Features that havo
"and nianv Now tVatures -added, such
Reports in their season, Coridepsed Farm
Its Fatrm Features.
Llvo Stock, Dairying, Horliculinre,
topics, written bv l'mctical and Suct-efsful
tions by.aiiJo nrtidtn. combine to make
The Latot Markets and Comracrcwl
-which lhe-.uiiculturist ij not excelled,
General and Local Market Centers all over
the latest priivx on cvcrvtbinir the Farmer
'worth many times the cost of a ypar's rubscription to any Farmer.
country, Kcstern. Midille, Central, Western, &ntheni.
Kach Edition contnins sper-ial lxxral Features itliar.-utteiitlic of its feci Ion, per
fectly adapting it to tho wants ot the farmers of the different n'.utrs in that section.
Thus each edition becomes to the Farmers as much tht-ir home uifiicultural paper,
as though put lislied nt their own state capital.
The Family Features,
Short Stories, Latest Pasbiocs, Fancy Work, Tho Good Coolc,
Talks with tho Doctor, Puzzlo Contests
and Young Folks' Pag,
combine to make this Department of as
Special Family Paptrs.
Questions answered on Law, Medicine.
THE MAGAZINE FORM. Kach
number of pages varying from IS to 3C.
An Ideal Farm and Family Weekly.
78 Columbian Buifiiing,
SPECIAL COMBINATION OFFER. .
The City Meat Market,
AND FRESH MEATS OF ALL. KID5.
Orders taken and Ocllrrredrree
to taj prt of Ihe CUT.
A SQUARE DEAL
I ' I
THE McCLALLEN HOUSE.
WILLIS & WILLIS, Proprietors.
LOCAL TRADE SOLIGITEn
Free Coach. Commodiona Sample
Blacksmiths and Machinists
Are now located in their now chops on
Stephen Street, between Oak and Cass,
And are prepared to do work in
Giro them them a trial
BaiTisT Oilmen corner ot Lano anil Itosa
trects. Sunday Service: Preaching, 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.; Young Peoplo1 Union, 6:30 p.m.;
Jlr. IS. N. Annex, Prertdcnt; Sunday School, 10
n. m ; J.iincs Chamberlain, Hiipcrlntendcnt
Prayer Mctttnj, Thursday evening nt 7:30.
Ukv. 0. N. ANNK5, Pastor.
Residence,- No. Oil Main Bticet.
Mktiiodist CllL'ncu corner of Main and Lane
treats. Sunday Service: rrcaeliing, 11 u in.
and 7:30 p. in.;-8uljblh ischool. 111 a. m ; Dr.
Jnmes Dnrr. SiitK-rlntcndcnl; Class Meeting nt
cl'e f tho morning service; KinrortH Lcaguo
6-JX) p. m. Claro Itume, President. Prayer Meet
ing, Thursday, ut7d0 p. m.
N. 8. Hl-cknek, D. D., Pastor.
Parsonage, corner Main and Lane.
Pkssuytkrian Church corner of Cass and
Roso streets. Sunday Service: Pupllc worship,
11 a-in. and 7:SO p. in.; Sahbath Hchool, 10 a. m.;
Y. P. 8. C. K., 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting. Wednes
day, 7:S0 p. m.
It. B. IJIlwobth, Pastor.
to extend its iuccfulnPE6 nnd mako it a
prartu-nl necessity lo every progressive
tanner ni.il lim family, U10 Amoruuin
Auricultur:ilL"t is now publiahetl weekly
(iiiHtcud of monthly), at
madt; the iiionilil so impul.ir arc rctMii.ed
hp Utnr:il and lxx-td Market lVicee, (:op
New, and U:ltcrH Among the t-arir.cr?.
I'.-uliry, Maikrt Gardening, and other
Farmer.), fiiippifnieiiltil with Illustra
it iiivaluibiu to those who "larm it lor a
.grii-tiltnre firo Leading Fcaluru.1, hi
lteliatiid Special Corrrsixmdents at tl.o
the Uuittil States ei.able us 'o lenort
has to sell. This Department aloue is
To better adapt the Avrrinull uridyl to the
special interest? of each section, five cdi ions
tssaeu fur five dilferent sections ot the
muih value nud interrs' as most of tie
Veterinary and other topics FRF.E.
issue c-mics out with, a neat cover, the
COPY sent on request.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL
IoulUy, l-lttli and Game,
' I ' l
y 10 ii vi
what we give to every cus
toruer, for we believe the best
advertisement possible is a cus-
lomer pleased with what we
nave soia ttiem, ttiey will come
again and again, aud their friends
11 t Ml
We are not here for a day
for a month.
We are Here to Stay.
WOLLENBERG) (&) flBBflHflM)
lloome for Commercial Travelers.
their line with nentnees nnd dispatch.
and ho convinced.
For a Few Days.
Boys Suits.. .1 $i 50
Men's 43uits 7 50
Men's Wet WeatherShoes . .. 2 00
Men's Underwear 75
Latest Style Hats 2 00
Boss of the Road Overalls-Best 50
Hackintoshes at Greatly Reduced Prices.
Ladie's Dress Goods Reduced 25 per cent.
These goods have'all been received
within 'the 'last month, and are the
latest styles and not shelfworn.
. Don't delay.this golden-opportun
The Boss Store.
326 and 328 Jackson St.
A HAPPY ftEW
We call the attention of our
friends to our beauti
ful stock of
J Bed Room Sets
aaaa Parlor and Dining Chairs
VrVVVA ,-d aj rarT,pr.
Our Stock is
Unexcelled by Any House
South of Portland.
ALEXArtDER S STROfiG
your special attention.
Our line of Olives, Gherkins, Pick
els, Sauces, etc., is also complete.
We carry the largest stock of to
baccos in Southern Oregon.
C. W. PARKS& CO., Grocers.
The Talk of the Don't Eat st4le Cand,M
jb. wb reanuts or Popcorn,
TOW fl ajgfr Tey arc not Fit to Eat-
Onr factory Has Been Kunning Steadily to Make tjd a
Fresh Stock, and tou can get
gg"!5! Candies of All Grades
MADE FRESH EVERY DAY AT
Niece's Candy Factory, J,
Of capacities varying from i to 25
liorse power affords the most con
venient, economical and reliable
power for all light service. One of
these may be seen running at this
office. Send for circulars.
THE PJSLTON WATER WHEEL CO.,
i2i Main Street, San Francisco, Cal. .
Bet. Oak and Washington.
And all Household
And all Household W
NO TROUBLE TO W
SHOW QOODS. X
ROSEBURG, OREGON. 'a
Prepare for it wisely. We offer
unusually good reasons why you
should buy from us.
Everything offered for sale is fresh;
bought for the Holiday Trade and
sold at very reasonable prices.
We have a very choice stock of
canned goods, including both fruits
and vegetables to which we invite
ALL COMPETITORS !
We are always In the Lead, and mean to
The Golden Harvest Is npon vs, and farm
ers are amillng became Woodward
looks to their interest.
These are all Leather and Warranted.
At Reduced Price.
Consult your pane and be tore and iee
Woodward before baying.
W. 6. W001WAR1
H. G. STANTON
Eu jut reedTed new tad tztemdT stock
Ladies1 Dress Goods, Bibbois, TriBnaiajri,
Laces, Etc, Xtc
-also a rmx stock or
BOOTS AID SHOES
Of the lest quality and flalih.
Wood, Willow and Glass Ware,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc.
Also on hxn in larga qnxn title and at prlets to
Jut tut times. Also a largs sloes: ex
Whith is offered at cost cries. Afnllaad
select stoex of
Constantly on hand. Also ths
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