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ROSEBURG, OREGON, MONDAY, DECEMBER 28, i8g6.
A ejk nJid ussoitaieat of China goods, eousi&ling of great vaiiety of China
ware, unique in Mlc and finish. Albums, celluloid gocds, fancy goods for
souvenir, silk handkerchief?, pa j-or napkins, ladies work basket, tiro cr.ick
tra and other t bines 10 numerous lo mention. Cotno and see my goods, they
are first class. At tuy baza.ir opposite Odd Fellows' Temple. Youvo Sam.
H. T. BLUMB,.
The City Meat Market,
And Dealer In
" PRIME BACON, HAfllS, LARD,
AND FRE6M MEATS
2 &3" Orders taken and Delivered Free
to ay pxrt ol the City.
A Choice Collection, at Prices that Sell.
LIME PLASTER AND CEMEHT.
A FULL LlftE OF WlflDOW GLASS
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
Real Estate Bought and Sold
2X C 5 . i
Farms, large and small, to Rent,
AND IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVEN.
Stock Ranges, Timber Lands and Mining Properties,
Prune and Hop Lands of best quality, in choice locations,
in quantities to suit intending purchasers, at reasonable
prices and easy terras. Inquire of
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Paciiic Co.
Eiprtss trains leave rortlxaa dally,
feouth "i North
8:50 r.-X. I Lt. - Portland - At.
525 x.x. Lv. - Roeburg - Lv.
ll.lix. . I Ar. - San Francisco Lt.
Above trains stop at Kast Portland. Orwroa
CTty.Woodbarn.SaleEi, Turner. Marlon, JeCfcr
son, Albany. Tangent nhedds, Halsey, Harris
burg, Junction City. Eugene, Crejtrell, Cottage
Grovf, Drain, and all nation, irom Roseburg to
ltocbars; 31-11 Pail j.
:33x. X. I Lr.
520 r. X. , Ar.
Ar. I tor. v
Lt. ; stX) x. tr
Ar. , 10;L5 . .
Lt. I M) x. M.
di.mxc uaus o.v o(;m:. itnxri
Pullman Buffet Sleepers
SECOXD-CI.ASS SI.CEI'X?CG CAIM
Attached to all Through Tralnii.
West Side Division.
Rettvccn I'orilaud nnit CoryiiItt
Mall train dally ffsccpt Sunday j.
7:3Jx. x. ILt. -12:1SP.
Jt. Ar. -
1 r. m
rtfc .tuai'J wuu v.. . ' - - -
ol Orescon Central & Eastern railroad.
Ezprcas train daily (except Euudayj.
:5r. x. I Lv.
73Sr. H. Ar.
5..KJ A. M.
Tliroucli Ticket tn ail Poiiiii in
tbo Caktcrn Mittc. Caimtln nut!
Europe can lie obtained at loiv
eat rates Irom tlcorgc Entcs, Agent
B. KOEHLER, E. P. ROGERS,
Manager. Asst. O. K.tSi Pass. Agen
I'oultry, Hun ana GnniCi e
OP ALL KINDS. B
Roseburg, Or. 5
aC K?3 S JS rt .
FROM TKKM1.NA1, OK l.NTEKIOu TOIMfe
The) Northern) Pacific)
Is the Line to Take
To all Points East and South
T la the DINING OAR ROUTE. It runs through
VESTIBCLED TRAINS EVERY" DAY
IN THE YEAR to
ST. PAUL and CHICAGO
'no chx.ngi or cxr.8)
Csmpojcd ot Dlnlnj Cart Unturpaited,
Pullman Drawing Roon Sleeper:,
01 Latest Equipment
roUIUST SLKEIMMJ CAK.S
Bt that can be conitrncted and In
which accommodations arc both FREE
and FURNISHED to holdcn of First or
3econd-cia Ticket-, and
ci.i:a.t hay coi ( iii..s
A Continuous Line connecting with All Lines,
afforllnB Direct and Uninterrupted Service.
Pullman Sleeper reservation? can bo secured In
advance throuch any agent ol the road.
THROUCH TICKETS To and from all Points In
America, England and EuroiKj can tie pnrcbancd
- .m.K uiuwj i mm company.
Full lnfonnation conccrniin; rates, time of
traiin, routes and other details furnished on
I. H. IC. mjICK,
Local agent nt Roscbrg.Or., or
A. I. CUAM.TOX,
Assistant General Passenger Agent,
No. 121 First Rt.. cor. VVaslifngton,
z RAPP'S DRUG STORE. 2
RAPP'S DRUG STORE. j
jZiGLER & WALL,
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
COUNTRY PRODUCE BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Uivo u r. i tir -wis delivered t cny part of the City in short order.
Corner I-am ;i -'len lan Mre-ts, ROSEBURG, OREGO.N.
M U. 1 J 1 1 1 X X 1 "V. 1 X A - X XI,
Successor U '3. W. NOAH 1
rROTTINQ AND RUNNING PLATES A SPECIALTY,
REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS rF.OMPTLY DONE.
Strop on Corner WnMliIiiKloii anil Uanc Mt.s., lloBcUurK-
Marble and Granite Works.
Estimates Furnished ou all kinds of Cemetery Work
mcc unci Hitlrurootii. 711 Oiik Hlrcc-l.
To The tL'stgo.'tuEintc.
This old reliable nud
t c tn 03 1 fncctf ful
-.!' rln'.t tn -nn Fran-
tt'll rt -itinucs t
cur a:l Sexual and
V Seminal Diseases, such
ttVXVVI as lionnorrncrn, Olcet
?15tStrlcturc. Sjphllll.s In
-jaii us t tit s, akin 111
tlseases, Ncrous Dctill-
Llf Innnlmr. Cn.1.
.,nal Weakness and Loss
i: of Hanhood. the cnne-
nuence ol sell abuse and excesses producing the
following symptoms; sallow countenance, ddrk
spots under tho eyes, pain In the head, ringing
lu the Cars, loss of confidence, diffidence In up
proachlug strangers, palpetation ol the hearts
weakness of the limbs and back, lossof memory,
pimples on the face, coughs, consumption, cte.
DR. (illlllON has practlcetl in Han Francisco
over thirty jears and those troubled should not
fall to consult him end receive the benefit ol
his great skill and experience. The doctor
cures when others fail. Try him. Cures guar
anteed. Persons cured at homo. Charge
reasonable. Call or write.
Dr. J. P. Gibbon, 615 Kearney 5trce San
Notice Is hereby given tn all whom it may cun.
eem that I hive appointed 1), W. Htearnsof Cala.
poola precinct Deputy Inspector of Stock fur aald
prtc!nct;po4totaca(Ji3rej, Oakland; also A. J.
CLapinau of Wilbur, and Ralph Smith, at Kusr
burg, to act during ray absence, and others nil
be added as parties inspected Kale tbelr desire
Roseburg, May 1th, 13ST.
Insectsor of Stock fir Douglas county. Or.
!!XA Lt&. mi
? For Recent and Chronic
1 COUGHS AND COLDS
lironchitls, Hoarseness, Lois 01 oicv,
J Irritability of tho Larynx and Fauces,
fBiiJ other Inflamed Conditions of th
l.unwnn.1 Air Passages.
AGH1S0N k CO., Prop.
Dealer tn 1! klndn
mul Granite JIonuni.'M
Portland Cement Curbing
for Cemetery Jots.
TlVTICK-o COURT FOR THE PRECINCT Ol
J l'ai Creek
Mate of Oregon, j
County of Douglas, i
lra-r- v. '""""'Jcivllac
l.W Mr. lanue. Defendant.) c0,tr
action to re-
111, ne .
To V. W Mad.iii!7t' In the name of tli" .-tate
Y"U are hereby required to appear before the
undersigtuil, 11 Justice of the Peace, fur the
precinct nforefald, on the 1Mb. day of Jauunr.
1-SJ7 at one o'clock In the af tcmoon of said da'v.
nt the ollicc of said Justice in said precinct to
answer the above nanltd plalntilT in ti ciil
.Ihedefciicaut will take notice that if he fails
to nppenr and answer the complaint herein, the
pltimtitruill take judgement neaint him for
the sum of 73.0O.itnl costs of this action.
i.iven under my hand this AU'.li dnv of Novem
ber, A. 1). 1"JC.
P. V. RHODES.
Justice of the Pence,
The foregoing siiiiiiniPiis is published by order
of P. V. Rhode", Justice of the Peace for Pass
Creek district in said County and State. Made
this IMli day of November, ISM. dfltd.
Notice is hereby Riven to all parlies
holilini; BongliiB comity warrant? in
iloreed juicr to July U, 1S!)2, to proeent
the Ftimu nl the trcasttrci'a olliee in the
court house for payiuuut, ns interett will
ccaho thereon after the date ol this notice.
Dated this ltd day of December, 180t,
at tho City of Koseburg, Douglas county,
Oregon. Wm. A. Fuati:i:,
HOW CHRISTY PAID A DEBT.
Tlio ?.Iinstrcl'H Cencroslty to a Sinn Who
Had i: frii uil. il Him.
Tlio head of tho famous Cliristy min-i-trcl
troop was not George, but E. P.
Christy, who originated tho company
to:na timo back in tho forties, and tho
following story of tho latter is interest
ing: Christy, then a young man, was a
pa?sei3gcr on a Lako Erie steamboat
commanded by Captain Folgcr and
bound to Enffalo, whoro tho first show
T.as to como off. Ent tho niiiistrol had
not oven a dollar to invest in tho biro
of a cellar for tho performance. Cap
tain Folger, to whom ho made known
his wants, generously handed him a. $20
bill, telling him that ho wr.4 welcome
to it, and that iio need not troublo him-E-!f
about paying it back. On tho
streiigtirof this $20 Christy begay busi
ness and in n fow years becamo racccss
ful and rich.
In tho mcantimo misfortuues overlook
Captain Folger. Losing his omployment
on the lakes, ho resolved to try again
tho salt water, on which ho was brought
up. So ho camo to New Vnik to seo if
ho could obtain n situation as master
or, failing that, as mato of r. seafaring
Ho bethought himself of Christy,
whom ho supposed might possibly know
somo shipowner to whom ho could rec
commend him. Tho minstrel received
him most cordially, but told him that
ho had no acquaintances in that line of
"Why don't you buy a ship?" he
"Buy a ship!" answered Folger.
"Why, I haven't a dollar in the world.
All I want is employment."
"Seo here," returned Christy, "how
nuch would a vessel cos-t:"'
"Any price," replied tho Captain.
"A pretty good ono could bo bought
for, say, -120,000 or less."
"Well, now," exclaimed tho big
hearted shuwman, "you loaned me ?20
once, and I am ashamed to say I have
forgotten to pay it, bat I will pay my
debt now. Go and boy a 30,1100 ship
and send tho seller to mo for tho money
I will own her, ami yon shall sail her.
If she mnkcj anything, you slull h.tvs
it. If she don't. I sna;. . taad the less.''
This is tho convcrFatica, w rd for
word, at Captain Foig.; told :E to t.x.-.
I hail jiut rttcri.t'l Um an E ;-t Iudivj
voyage in th. Yni.dalia, a thin of abo-l
100 tons. One day Captain Folger came
onboard at tho dock an 1 in'roan:. ;!
himself. H said ho wonld liko to lay
tho ship ami nked thu rrie?. I: ti hap
pened that 2O,O00 was tb earn I Lad de
cided npv. After a little ktiu ht
offered n:o ?1,000, and I ae.-.p;- .1 it.
To my ast Miishtueut, he r.fcnad uii
to E. I',. Cliristy as the purchaser, a-.d
then Jo toJd mo .the story r.3 I tell it.
We went topctie- t m Christy, and"
the result of tho interview r,'as that I
gave him a bill of tale of the Vabdulia,
takii: his note i:i rayn.t'ut, tho uoto to
ta paul in i.-t.illiJca:.N 1 -. .iy mora-itirraf:-.
r cao of his cutertaiun-cnts I
i upon him sr..! rLceivtd a hatful
of !.:?!, t;teIs, fbiliinpj a::d si:
p. ih s c:ttl the indebtedne?. was can
celed. Captain Folger tuado a snccessfnl
v. yaj to California iu tho Vandalia.
Ti.e chip was thtu sold, and Christy
Lough: a largtr and iboto expensive
ship, 0:1 b-j.-ird of whi a Captain Fclger
eve.;tn:i!ly d:odatCati..'-ttx John Ccd
man in tbo New York Ifrrnid.
Yery few people know that there are,
iu connection with thu Geneva watch
trade, comptiitious involving vtry large
sams of mency, a goodly proportion of
which f:i:ds its way into England.
A ct;tai:i number of watchmakers at
Geneva nominate certain dealers iu
England who shall hold competition
watcht-s mado by the former, and the
names cf such dealers are agreed to by
the v. hole of 1 he said makers. Prizes
ranging from 300 downward are given
to tho makers whoso particular watches
shall keep tbo Kt tisi.e and remain in
tho finest ccndith.il daring 12 mouths.
Tho English dealers wire hold the
watches during tbo 12 mouths have to
keep a daily record in rrgatd to the loss
or gain of time evidenced by their
charges, and they aro of course in nlfc-o-luta
honor bound to keep a correct cac
and not to tamper with the watches be
yond winding thorn. No given maker's
watch in tho competition bc-.rs any
namo or distinctive m:i. otlurtlnn pe
culiarities of construction by which the
name of tho maker can bo identified by
tho holder. Tho watches are of the
usual kind manufactured for trading
purposes and not mere "exhibition"
watches, and tho holder of each prize
winner receives one-half of tho award.
Napoleon was rude. His mauuers
wcro coarse, and when at table ho ate
ns faht as ho could chew and swallow,
shoveling tho fcod into his mouth with
his knifo and using his fingers whenever
they camo into moro convenient em
ployment. When talking to his ullicers,
ho often, as a friendly favor, pulled
their whiskers or pinched their ears.
To women ho was almevc invariably of
fensive, somotimes littering language fc
ccarso as to bring a tlush of shamo to
thoir chocks and the tears to their eyes.
Tho eyes ;;ro placed in cavities in tho
head and aro protected by ridges of Kmo
abovo and beneath so that a very strong
blow in tho faco rarely docs moro than
contusoor blaokon tbo surrounding mus
cles. If tho eyes wcro placed 011 tho out
side of tho round skull, mauy persons
would havii thec valuable members
crushed by falls i.r blows.
jN.'w .eal.tml commemorates tuo Itwo
of the Dutch exploit r.s for their native
country There is a district in Holland
known as Sealaud.
Linsoy woolscy was first mado at tlw
town of Linsey, in Suffolk, England,
DON'T TUB TOO MUCH.
Professor Cli eAly Advances the Idea That
It la Injurious.
"Bathing and tho nso of soap," says
Professor Chcckly, "is 40 per cent mora
injurious to tho human raco than any
other form of stimulation to which poo
plo aro addicted. If I should batho a
man in proportion as much a3 he drank,
I'd kill him in one-half tho time. This
is called tho ago of hurry and feverish
excitement; critics complaiu thatpeoplo
aro unwilling to tako timo for any
thing. As a matter of fact, hours of
precious timo aro worso than wasted
daily in tho bathroom. If men would
preserve thoir health, thero are threo
things they must do first, leavo soap
alone; second, get "tho skin looso from
tho tissues of tho body; third, get rid of
tho idea that regularity in the matter of
sleep and meals is necessary to physical
well being. "
"What aro tho objections to tho use
of soap:" asked a reporter to whom the
professor's original views woro a rove-
"Thero aro vital objections, " wa3 the
reply. "Tho ekin, it is acknowledged,
bears a most important relation to tho
body. First, it acts as a protective
agent, covering tho sensitivo tissues of
tho flesh. Second, it acts as tho agent
of tho mind, conveying all sensations
of heat, cold, friction and tho lika
Third, is directly aids all tho other or
gans of tho body, taking up the work of
each in turn when for any reason they
bcoino unable to perform their func
tions. "Jim skin assists all tho organs of
secretion and excretion in tho entire
system, and for that reason great atten
tion should bo paid to keeping it in a
healthy condition. Although realizing
its important functions, people, instead
of protecting this wonderful covering
of theirs, try by every means in their
power to destroy it. Soap does not
cleanse the skin. When tho skin is dirty,
it is unhealthy, and tho organs within
tho body can never be cleansed by all
the soaps in tho world. Tho only stains,
blots, eta, on the surface of tho skin
that people need to get rid of cannot
be removed by scap. Some other chem
ical ointment.or fluid has to be resorted
to to obliterate them. As far as regards
the dust and dirt which naturally ad
here to tho body, dust and dirt, being
earthly and material, are much better
brushed off than washed off, and soap
does not aid in the process. " Philadel
MUTILATION Or DOGS.
Ear and Tail Cropping and the Operation
Known 03 "Worming.'
The fashionable mutilations to which
the dog has been subjected are three in
number ear and tail cropping, and tho
strango operation known as "worm
ing,'.' -Tfeoofsli thfe law prohibiuthe
performance of the operations which
lead to these mutilations, yet at least
two cf them are still carried out surrep
titiously, and the third, "worming,"
may also be practiced. At any rate I
hnvo seen it done in my young days. It
and the tail cropping can boast of a
venerable antiquity, and they also had
their raiscn d'etre in a superstitious be
lief in their efficacy in preventing mad
ness or rabies. So long as the time of
Columella, tho Reman writer on agri
culture, the mutilation of the dog's tail
was a popal.tr and favorite procedure.
As he tells us in his "De Ro Rustica"
that tho shepherds believe that if, on
the fortieth day after tho birth of a pup,
the last bone of its tail were bitten off,
the siuewf. believed to be a worm) would
follow the piece, after this tho tail
would not grow anil the dog could not
This superstitious notion has prevailed
for ages, and may still bo entertained
in certain quarters. However this may
be, tho fashion removing a portion cf
tho tail of many breads of dogs is quite
common, and if it is done with a view
to the prevention cf madness, it is at
any rate considered most desirablo for
these animals to have a short, blunt tail,
because it improves their appearance,
some dogs havo scarcely any tail left.
I have .-ccn greKKns and dog fanciers bite
off puppies' rails as a matter of busi
ness, and somo of these people have
shawn me a f ragmen: cf sinew attached
to tlio amputated portion as the "worm
in the tail."
It should be noted, in speaking of this
fashion, that a mongrel dog has been
termed a "cur" (Latin curtus, or crqp
tailet:,) becanso it usually had tho tail
jhevrtcned, and according to ancient for
est l.i ws, a man who had no right to the
privilege of tho chase was obliged to
cut off the tail of his dog, on tho plea
that, if a dog has 1:0 tail to act as a
rudder, lie cannot hunt game. Nine
Swordsmanship Agf-Inst n xijer.
Sir James Ontram, kuown as tho Bay
ard of India, was a "mighty hunter"
and an accomplished swordsman. Ho
once performed tho hazardous feat cf
killing a tiger with his sword and from
the back of his horse. General Nichol-sc-n
performed a similar feat.
He rede round ami ronnd the tiger at
a gallop, gradually narrowing tho circle,
nutil at List ho was near enough to do
Iiv. r his blow. Ho had only the ono
bltv.y, and if ho had failed to kill tho
tiger he himself would havo been slain.
Tho explanation of the feat is that
the) tiger does not spring upon thohors-e-man
during the circling process, becanso
he N watchiug his opportunity. As tho
circle draw closer and c!a-cr upon him,
he Uecuniess Ixnvildertd by tho strango
maneuver, so uuliko that of any hunter
hu has over ouconnlored. Youth's
t-'r.enklin'i Tribute; . l'.iul Jonrs.
From tho beginning ef his acquaint
anco with Franklin a mutual reject
and a deep affection t-prang up between
them. Tho vi--o Franklin s;ew at r
glauco what manner of man Paul Jones
was, and in rue ueblo scnteneii described
him better than many volumes could,
"For Captain Paul Jones ever loved
eloo lighting "Molly Elliot Seawoll
Notice To Contractors.-
Sealed plans and specifications acd
bids will be received at th- i.ffict. of the
coun'y clerk of DougUBi ountt, Orcg'tn.
on or before Januari 14ili, 18SJ7, at 1
o'clcck p, m lor the repairing of the
rntirt britin un ppr aclt acr. -9 -he
5'onth Urni qiin riv r n If n- O -gun,
by it p.aciii. - 1 ii.
woodwork. All ioints to
! be laid in white lead, and timi rs above
j floor to be painted. All old timbers, in
ciudmg stringers, to be carefully taken
down and piled in road on either side ol
river. Bridge to be completed by Aug
ust 1st, 1S97. Diagrams and dimensions
.on file in clerk's office.
Also at tho came timo and in the
t?ame manner, specifications and bids
will be received for making the county
jail of Douglas concty, Oregon, more
secure in manner following: By lining
the entire inriH. ,miI with No. 11 steel
plate and lha to . ceiled with an eight
inch additional brick wall laid in cement
morter. Present, postered ceiling to be
taken off and timbers covered with No.
16 plate. O.'d window grates to be re
paired and two additional croa? bars
put on, and all five windows to have ad
ditional new grates pet in cement laid
'.ail and fastened to the Eteel lining.
The court reserves the right to reject
any ami all bids.
Dated this 12th day of November, 1806.
A. F. Stearns,
How to Prevent Croup.
cmo reading that will prove interest
ing toyoang mothers. Ho to guard
against the disease.
Croup is a terror to young mothers
and to pott them concerning the cans?,
rjrst symptoms and tieatment is the ob
ject of this item. The origin of cronp is
a cemmon cold. Children who are sub
ject to it take cold very easily and croup
is almoct sure to follow. The first
simptom is hoar.-eness; this is soon fol
lowed by a peculiar rough cough, which
is easily recognized and will never be
forgotten by ore who has heard it. The
tiraj to act is wfien the child first be
comes hoarse. If Chamberlain's Congo
Hemedy is freely given all tendency to
croup will soon disappear. Even after,
the croupy cough has developed it wilt
prevent the attack. rhers ia no danger
in giving this reme ly for it contains
no mng mjuriou-.
b. A. C.
In order to close our our stock of r.ew
and second band pimos, we will effer
fhsni at cost. It is our intention to clcte
out our bustn33 as quickly as possible,
and in order to do thi-s we will bs com
pelled to sell at a very low figure and oa
such smaU installments that it will not
pay yon to rent. Thcefore we will call in
all our rentetl pianos antl organs ami give
von the i-cnefit that we lwv receive! s
rent. We have ia all sixteen pianos
which we win sell from flOO to $4e!0; fo
and f 10 per month installments. Rea
sonable discount far cash.
Great reduction in violins, gaitars and
all musical goods. Sh- et music 50 per
cent disccunt. Send fe,-r catalogue. All
orders promptly filled.
T. K. Richardson,
Chas. B. Hood, Broker and Manufact
urer's Agent, Columbus, Ohio, certifies
that Dr. King's New Dijcovery has no
equal as a Cougii remedy J. D. Brown,
Prop. St. Jamee H-jtel, Ft. Wayne, Ind.,
testifies that he was cured of a Coagh of
two years standing, cau?fd bv La
Grippe, by Dr. King's New Discovery.
b. F. Merrill, Baldwins i!le, Mass., says
th'tt he ha3 used and recommended it
and never knew i: to fail and would
rather have it than any doctor, because
it always cures. M s. Hemming, 222 E.
2oth, St., Chicago, a' ways keeps it "at
hand anil has no fesr if Croup, because
it instantlv relieves. Free Trials Bottle
at Marster's Drug Store.
Major C. T. Picton is manager of the
State Hotel, at Denison, Texas, which
the traveling men say is one of the best
hotels in that seetion. Iu sp akicg of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy Majir Picton says:
'"I have used it myself anil in my family
for several yejrs, and take pleasure in
sating that I consider it an infallible)
euro for diarrhoea and dysentery. I
alwajs recommend it, and have fre
quently administered it to my guests iu
the hotel, and in every case it has
proven itself worthy of unqualified en
dorsement. For sale bv A. C. Marstera
Notice of Annual Meeting.
To tho shareholders of the Odd Fel
lows Buildiug association oT Roseburg,
Oregon. You are hereby notified that
the annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Odd Fellows Building association
of Roseburg, Oregon, for the election of
a board of seven direction, to serve dur
ing tho ensuing year, an 1 for the tran
saction of such other business as may be
brought before them, veil' beheld at
tho Odd Fellows' Temple, January 5,
1S97, at 7:30 p. m. By order of tho
board of ilircetois of the Odd Fellows
JosKi'it M'ceixi, Secy.
For a.good 5-cent cigar call on Mra.N.