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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1897)
NOTES OF INTEREST.
A 8limn, reliable jeweler.
Hoi i.l ilver'novelli t Saliimiii'g.
New goods at Caro llros. Ikws Store.
J. T. Bryan, the Runy Watchmaker.
to to lli Host" I oaf for the lxt iittr.
For icooi! 6-ornt cigar call un Mrs.N.
County rlaitna and warrants bought by
I). 8. Wool.
For first-i laBs JinlUtirv ko to Pr. Little
K. V. liutijainiii, donliel, roon- I,
I'uro nwh irucuiiod and low prices ut
Key ct, immirUitl mid tlotnculic
cigars at the KoeuWf.
l. S. West dot injurHm. Oilice
opposite the post oflice,
Goods Mow cost at faro's. No is
the the lime for bargains.
Nolihy suits anil latpst stylos At Little
Jack's. Price very low.
All styles and qualities of hats at Abra
ham's. Bedrock prices.
For bari'aius iu family groceries, call
at tbe l'opole's store, Cans street.
Country produce ol all kinds bought
and sold at Cascbcer'e grocery store.
Call for the "'"'polled Cat'' at Mrs.
Itapp's grocery store, if you waut a
Nothing but the let material used by
H. W. lU'njamiii, dentist. Uooin I
llsve your dental work Jouo by It. V.
eujamin, dentist. All work guarau
teed first class
At Oaklaud, T. 1.. Graos is authorised
to receive and receipt for subscription to
For good hat, stylitdi and cheap, call
on Wollonberg A Abraham, whose stock
ouibraces all grades of bead gear.
The Uean A Meyers Hydraulic A
I Eclipse spray pumps cau le found at
Churchill, Woolley iV McKetuies.
Bring your job work to the Tlaimjkal
kk office. We are prepared to do the
cheapest and best work south of Port
.and. You can toll one who has good tastt
aud don't like to eat dirt, paint and
chalk. He gets his candy at the Kandy
Parties desiring family Bening done
would do well to call on Miss Fannie
McKean, 421 Main street. Will sew for
75 cents per day.
Save money and time. To parties
going East, go" by the O. R .A N. short
route. Call oa or w rite to V. C. London,
Case beer the grocer, corner Jackson
and Washington, keeps the best grocei
ies. Every thing fresh and tlrst-class,
and at reasonable prices.
The Square Deal stoie has just opened
np a beautiful line of W. L. Douglas
shoes, which prove to be the best shoes
made. Come and inspect them.
One Minu!e ia all the time necessary
to decide from personal experience that
One Minute Cough Cnre does what its
name implies. Marsters' Drug itore.
The Kandy Kitchen had a big trade
daring the holidays. The people are
beginning to find out that it is tho only
place you can get candy that is tit to eat.
Will sell cheap, or trade for a No. 12
shot eun or small caliber Winchester
rifle, a good toad cart. Guns must be
as good as new. Address, box U12,
Torturing, itching, scaly skin erup
tions, burns and .scalds are soothed at
once and promptly healed by Do Witt's
Witch Hazel Salve, the best known cure
for piles. Marster's Drug Store.
Good pasturage furnished at my past
turea on Roberts creek. Charges
reasonable. All stock at owner's risk.
The best ot care will bo given to ail
stock entrusted to my charge.
J. M. S ii.uhk.
The cheap rates, twelve dollars cabin
and six steerage, including meals and
berth are still in effect on the O. R.
A N. Co's. steamers from Portland to
Steamer leaves Portland every five
days. Volnbv C. Lomjon, Agent.
It is surprising what a "wee bit of a
thing" can accomplish. Sick headache,
constipation, dyspepsia, sour etomach,
dizziness, are quickly banibheJ by De
Witt's Little Early Risers, .mall
Sill. Safe pill. UcBt pill. Marster's
They are so small that the uiu.it sensi
tive persons take lUeui, they are so
effective that tbe most obstinate cases of
constipation, headache and torpid liver
yield to them. That is why DeWitt's
Little Early Risers ore known as tbe
famous little pills. Mareter' Drug Store.
Notice is hereby given to the public
by the undersigned that I do not allow
dead animals to be buried on my prem
ises, at Roeeburg, Oregon, or garbage
dumped thereon or sand or gravel taken
therefrom, unless the party taking sand
or gravel first contract with me for the
right to so do.
Tresspassers will be prosecuted ac
cording to law. Aabon Ross,
Roeeburg. Oregon, March 17th, 1805.
Competitiou never worries us, bet-aunt
we "buy right" hence "sell right."
The facts are these ; every move in our
business is only uiadu after tbe most
careful consideration, nothing left to
chance. Shoes have advanced in price
but not with us. We sell you a good oil
grain shoe for 1 1.25 and upwards, fine
shoes in proportion. If you doubt ns,
coma aud see us, convince yourself that
we have what we advertise. We don't
care to do all the business in town, tut
want to get a share of it. We firmly
believe that a concern that gives us
customers exceptionally good values in
every instance is bound to go ahead
year by year. This idea prevails
throughout our entire business. Every
dollars worth of goods must give the
woarer satisfaction, even the all wool
absolutely fast color f 8 00 suits.
J. Abraham's Clothing House
Bargain In Placer Ground.
A fine proposition. GO acres of placer
mining grouod, ?4 of a mile from rail
rmil. 35 cents Der vard as far as pros
pected. Two mile of ditch already
made ; 31 more to make. This will give
plenty of water. A cabin and other im
provements on mine. This is a fine
nrniwrtv. Come and investigate, l or
further information enquire of
I. F. Rick,
Real Estate Daaler, Roseburg, Or,
Or J. F. liiVANs, Roseburg, Or.
Nntica la hereby given that (ho assess
meut roll for tbe year 18W Is now iu my
bands for collection.
Dated this lOtn day of March, A. V.,
18U7. . V. AOKt,
Sheriff and Tax Collector, Douglas
Cash is 'what counts. B convinced
by examining our boot aud shoo line.
Portland, Maine's firemen are ipic and
span in aluminum hats. Lighter, strong
er and a greater protection agnlnst fall
ing debris, is what is claimed for the
The biggest freight car that ever went
to tho Pacific coast arrived in Portland
one day hist week, tearing 25 pianos,
to mingle their sounds henceforth with
the dashtoga of the Oregon.
Cuban women of tho families of the
Insurgents are inculcating what they
consider tight ideas in the tuiuds of their
children. A primer has just beeu print
eJ in Cuba setting forth revolutionary
sentiments in an attractive manner.
The Morrow county sheep shearer
have decided that six ceuts a fleece is
about tho right price to demaud for
ehetricg this year. For the past two
vears they have received five cents. It
is not stated whether the sheep men will
agree to this rate.
One man sajs Rowland hit a popula
tion of S.iW. Another one says its actu
al population is low. twin came irom
there about the same time. It is a safe
gases that the latter is not only nearest,
but is pretty cli se to oeiog correct, i me
matter of population is pretty frequently
The cUtemeut has beeu made on high
authority that more poo?ry has been
written bv the inhabitants of Indiana
than bv those of any other state in the
Union. A literary periodical tindf an
explanation for this curious phenomenon
. . ... . . t ; . t- t:l -
iu tne laci mat james uouumu ivurjr
is a Hoosier.
Purine the severe wind and rain in
the vicinity of Woedburn last Thursday,
It. T. tlavee. living tnree iuiius east oi
tnis place, bad bis bop storehouse totally
demolished by the wind, and his hop
dry house was moved about four feet off
Irom its lonuuation ana sngutiy uamageu
The Swedish traveler, M. Sveu lied-
din, after succeeding in making his way
across the still unexplored parts of Thib
et, has arrived at Lian-Chaufu, whence
he started for l'ekiug. Alter a euort
stay there M. Sven Heddiu proposes re
turning to Kussia, anu thence 10 rweueo
by way of Sileria.
Representative Tongue is becomiug
well acquainted with department work,
and his been tramping around among
tbe officials of the government whenever
there as an opportunity to do some
thing for Oregon or for nu Oregou man.
He will find plenty of such work during
the next two years.
The Hon. Nelson Dingley, chairman
of the committee on ways and means,
is the sort of statesman that attracts and
holds the respect and confidence of the
public. He is a wise, enlightened, aud
well informed public man. Recom
mendations for tariff legislation sub
scribed with his name are worthy of the
presumption that they onght to be
adopted. New York Sun,
Parties'who have recently come in
from Prineville, state that tbe stores at
i bat place are getting very short on
some lines of provisions. Sugar has be
come so scarce that it is a luxury in the
seat of government of Crook county, and
the supply of coffee is also running low.
On account ot the bad condition of the
roads merchants there have been unable
to get any supplies in this spring.
Tbe six powers are at painj to notify
the United States government that their
Meets have formally begun tbe blockade
of Crete. But, in spite of notifications
and hiitb aud mighty thunderings,
Greece has tbe sympathy of tbe people
of the United States, who hope to see all
Turks aud tyrants handled as that brev
et-American, Gladstone, would handle
them if he could get hold of the right
ud of the stick. Philadelphia Record
Shortly after Max Pracht became sure
that be was to te appointed governor of
Alaska, be went down to trie interior de
partment lo see if there were any other
applicants for the place. He found that
31 other gentlemen bad felt themselves
about the right size for Alaskan guber
natorial timber. It is hard to say
whether or not it was discouraging to
Max. He didn t seem to be iuite sure
that be was to get the place when he
found that so many other persons were
Tbe Missouri Station recommends the
follow iog remedy for the San Jose scale:
Genuine whale-oil so ; dissolved in
water iu the proportion of two pounds of
soap to one gallon ot water. Apply
thoroughly by means of force pump and
spray nozzle. Give the trees a good
drencuing on all sides and repeat a it
rains within a week thereafter. Apply
in fall just alter tne leaves lail and De
lore tbe scales become bard, and again
in spring just before the trees begin to
A curious tale is told of how Barney
Barnato. tbe diamond millionaire, came
to be married. The foundation-stone of
his fortune was a prudent purchase of
diamonds, which he deposited with a
certain barmaid in Kimberley. After
time he asked for the diamonds, saying
that lie was off to Europe, and that they
would be married when be returned. "I
think w e'll be married first," she replied,
and those were the only terms on which
he could get back the diamonds. This
ahtute young lady is the present Mrs.
Barnato, and their baby astonishes the
sightseers at Brighton with its silver per
Murderer Durrant seems to be slowly
but rurely traveling scaffoldward. One
by one the technical squibbles raised by
nis counsel nave Deen orueueu amue
until only tbe L cited States supreme
court and the governor of California re
main to pin his hope to. That neither
of them will balk justice is a foregone
conclusion, and the best thing that tbe
wretch could do jubt now would be to
conlees bis guilt, embrace penitence and
prepare to i meet his Maker. He could
depend on losing none of his interests
for a certain class of sentimentalists if he
were to follow bis course. The mushy
men and silly women would run to bim
with sympathy and bouquets in respect
to his penitence. telegram.
What a Women Can Do.
"I do as much traveling as the next
man," said tbe drummer wliose tern
tory covers the principle states in the
union, "and 1 never ride, on a scalper s
ticket, It's not a matter of conscience
with tne, but I bad an experience that
closed me out in that line of business.
"It happened just after one of the na
tional conventions, when thousands of
people were getting back East. Ihrougl.
through the miscarriage of a check I was
short, and at Ubicago 1 uougbt transpor
tation of a scalper to Detroit. When I
went to the depot it was to find a long
line working its way past the ticket
office, and I'm satisfied that 0 ir cent
of them had mileage tickets originally
purchased by some otio else. Right
ahead of mo was a pretty lady. Ibree
busy detectives were informiijg tbe hold
ers of scalpers' tickets that to sign any
name but their owu would be forgery,
nudthutlho company would prosecute
every such offender. Speaking after the
manner ol men, mar. nine woman never
turned a hair. With the pen in a kid
glove that hid a plump band which
never trembled, she signed a long Ger
man name, sutllingiy assunni mo nanm
lat it was her own name and pawed on.
Her supreme nerv carried her through.
A woman can do such things.
"I had traveled miles to every yard
i. .-.! v.r tr-rl.l. Tim mmt I was
to sign had one letter where her had
four. I he agent maue one proivei arm i
weakened. Tho detective grinned at
.. I ..nt luifk In thn iahtr. told
111 V. ...... . .... . - . , , '
bim my story and received $1. All the
profit ho bad was u ana ine ticket oaca
ii mm ii ma iinnrc no waa a
generous fellow at that. It took tne two
dava to get on the road again, ann irom
from that time to this I have dealt with
regular ticket agents."
Chatles E. Tripler, a wealthy young
man of New York, says he bus discov
ered a way to utilue the heat of the suu
n producing power. His intermediary,
be says, is the air. First he liquefies
he air and then he ntilixea tne pressure
enured t y its evaporation, just as tho
pressure caused by tne boning oi waier
s utilized lu tbe steam engine.
Thomaa A. Edison save he can not
conceive of such a thing. He said that
Mr. Tni'ler can ttet troui his liquetied air
only as much power as he used In pro
ducing the liquefaction. Mr. Edison
said that if Mr. Triplet's statement is
rue it upsets the uuieialiy accepted
beorv of the conservation of energy and
all theories of thrrmo-dynanites.
Mr. Tripler was experimenting with
his invention before eouio friends Satur
day night. Pourius lliuefied air into a
tumbler of alcohol reduce! it to 100 de
grees below zero, i Fahrenheit 1 and froze
it. S. C. Deau applied a match to it,
aud a trritic explosion followod. iVan
was to badlv cut by dying glass the doc
tor refuses auy one permission to see
To others were also tuoro or less cut,
nd the class cut up the table as though
it had been hacked by a chisel. Mr.
Tripler explains his invention by saying
he uted tbe energy ot tbe sun. .saeu
how he get his liquefied air, he answered.
I use a certain amount ol power to get
uuantity of liouefied air to stall with.
That power is furnished t me in the
plant ot the Metropolitan company.
Once started, the process is continuous."
During the winter of 1&3, F. M. Mar
tin of lxirg Reach, West Va., contracted
a severe cold which left him with a
cougb. In speaking of how he cured it
he says : 1 used several kiuus oi cougn
syrup" but found uo relief until I bougtit
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Reme
dy, which relieved me almost instantly,
and in a abort time urougtu aoom a com
plete cure." When troubled with a
cough or cold use this remedy and you
will net find it necessary to try several
kinds before you get relief. It has ben
in the market for over twenty years and
constantly grown in favor and popularity.
For sale at 2j and .A) cents per bottle by
A. C. Marsters v Co.
PHI J." OB
The very latest in
CHURCHILL, WOOLLEY & MCKENZIE'S
Roseburg Hardware Co.
Supplies for the Oregon Soldiers'
Ke ' I proposals will Le received by
tbe c'jojiuaudant of I lie Oregon Koldierg
Home at bis oflice lo said Lome, lor all
supplies necee?ary for tlio (uroiuljioK aud
runoiutf of tbe same until April 30ib,
1W3. Haid bidb must bo received at bis
oflice 011 or before April oOtb, 18'J7. A
sample of clotbiuji bid for must accum
paoy tbe bid. All articles must be lirwt
class and tbu (grades fully deliued iu each
instance. A list of all tbe articles de
sired will be found lu tbe First National
bank, Koseburg, or at tbe Soldiers'
Home. Payments to be made by vouch
ers ou tbe btate of Oregon, subject to
Tbe right is reserved to reject any
part of all bids submitted.
Hoseburg, Oregon, March Wth, Vi'J7.
V. if. Hvaiih,
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDER.
Dcugta.4 County Uulldlng A Loan
Roseburg, r., April I. IS'.'.
Stockholders are hereby nnd
tti aimii.l ie.'llnii of the stockholders
of the Douglas County Building and
Loan Association will be held at tne
council room in city ball, In the city of
Roseburg, Douglas County, Slate ol Or
goo.ou Woduoeday. April 21, Is '7, at
7 :J0 p. m. of said day, for the purpose ol
electing seven directoie aud lhw audi
tors for the ensuing year, and for the
transaction of such other business as
may legally come More the meeting.
M. F. Hwi'i Sci rotary.
This is lo certify that on May I lib, I
walked to Mehcks drug store on it pair
of crutches and bought u Wile of Cham
berlain's Pain Balm for InlUmmatory
rheumatism whicn had crippled me up.
After using three Nttlc I am com
pletely cured. I can cheerfully recom
mend it. Charles II. Wetzel, Sutibury,
Sworn and subscribed to before me ou
August 10, lU - Walter Shipman. J. P
For sale at .' cents per bottle bv A. C
I Marsters A Co.
' Northern Pacific Change.
The Northern Pacific railroad will
make the following time card for its train
teavitiir Pnrtlabd dailv. besinning oil
Sunday the 2Sth inst. "Leaves Portland
at 11 a. m.. Tacoma 5 p. ui., Seattle t p.
in.. Kllanahura 10:10 P. 111.. PaSCO 1:60
n. m. Arrived at Spokane at 5 :i0 a. m
MinnKanolia 4 :0."i t. m. and St. Paul at
4:40 p. iu. The new card will enable
passeugera to make eloao connections at
Spokane .with the f-ponano raus ann
Northern for tho mines. For further
l artirulura see D. S. K. Bl l x,
Local Ageut No 2, Markers building.
To the Public.
On and after this date. I w ish it under
stood that my terms for all undertaker's
goods are cawli with the order, t una u
impossible to do business on a credit
basis, and belive that I can do better by
my patrons and myself by selling strictly
for casn. 1. Iss.sxDicK. unneriaaer.
Roseburg. Or., April 12. lt.".
To a responsible party or to let oil
commission, for tb season of IS'.C, a
Mammoth Jack, lor particulars, an
drees, F. L.Mosier, Dillard, r.
You will rlud ono coupon
sldo each two uwwt I'Kic
I'ltu oeoupona Inside each
four ounce bmrofuliicli well's
Inirhum. Iluy a lu of (lit
roletirati"! lohiicco and read
Ihu couiini tiifli eivif a
lit ofnliinMi'preTi!a arid
bow to get I Item.
the Planet Jr. line.
To Tlic Unfortunate
Ibis old reliable) aud
tlio noil kucut'MiIul
U......u!iMl 111 KmH fr'l-Mtl.
Clacu. ntlll continue to
l . ... Ml u . II I .Mil
ftcmlnal Diseases, uch
n iiuii.iui .
Strlcturs, Syphlllls iu
nil IIS lorms, OKin mi
eases. Nervous Debll
vnal' Weakness and Loss
I liu I m rwil .III' V. Ktml
. . .... n.nli ruxl I 1 1 It i'jiiiui.
queuuo ol sell anuse and excesses pruduutUK Uio
1UIIUW1I1K SyilipkUUIBi III1UIT iimnwiu.miv " -
ShiU under Iho eyes, plu lu t)i bead, rinsing,
lu the ears, loss ot court Juuce, diOldence lu sp
proaeliliiK strauKers, palpetatlou ol tiie hearts
weakueiisol thelluiksaud back, lossol uiuuiorf,
piiiiiiies 011 ine coukus, eiju.uui..wii, vw.
UA. (JIBUON ha practiced lu Bau f rauulsvo
over iinriy years sun inose irouuieu mi u.
lail tocousult hi 111 sud rucuivo the ueuellt of
bis great skill and tfpurleuce. 1'he doctor
cures when others (all. Try blin. Curst guar
anteed', fcmoiii cured at home. Charge
Or. J. I'. Olbbon. tit Kcsrnsy 5tr 5ia
Fraacls 0, Cel.
$ 1 0,000
WORTH OP MERCHANDISE
Which we have tcccivcd on
of one of the largest houses in vSiur prancisco.
'Pli.c. Ii lie lu tMl KlMlt US to llisDOSC of lit GO CCIltS
on the dollar, which is
ami bciug sold in connection
Note the Pollow lug; Astonishing ISarKains I
Ml Woolen Dress (tooils,
T .it.tt Silvia
T -....I limit' MaoUnloshes. l Of Mall ITICC
A 41 v I. v iuivi x. ------
zs Our Loss Is
Ladies' and Cents' Underwear
M.,r ii.wvU mi.. :i11 nf llu-
goods on hand. Neci has
Prices. Call early aud be convinced.
CARO BROS. THE BOSS STORE.
his is the
your special attention. 1
Our line of Olives, Gherkins, Pick- !j
els, Sauces, etc., is also complete.
Wc carry the largest stock of to- j
baccos iu Southern Oregon. j
C. W. PARKS & CO., Grocers. I
Ores Goods, I urnishlnjt (Joodi,
Mats, Caps. IJoots, Shoes.
Cloaks, Cape. Wraps,
In short, our shelves are
suited to all tastes and to
motto is; "A Sulwkk Dkai.."
Corner Oak and
J uc knoii (Irvtrln.
Marble and Granite Works.
Estimates Furnished on all kinds of Cemetery Work
Office Mud Malenrooui. ;7ii Mnk Hired.
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1 ui Oiwu, l"l UullKlaa Cull lily,
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II. . I. .IdIiiim, Dc'lunduiits. I
Tu J,!'. NIcIiuImiii unit II. .1. Johns, ilrliiiil
lu llu: liiilil.' (i( tlif Hlali: ui Or.'KOii, oil sio
lii rt-liy 1 e 1 11 1 1 I lo aiH'iir imil aimwer tliu cuiii
)ilulut lllo'l SKiiia-t yuii lu Hi.' alnvu i nlllkil
uutiuii, nn ur licfmu MuiHluy lliu -1II1 ilayul
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ruKUlsi I. 'nu ul ircull nurt nl lliu stulu ui Or
i H'iu (ur DuhkIiu Cuunty alter llils nibiii atluii
Ami anil if ymi lull mi Id uriMiei, fur want
Unicoi ihu iluiiillll i III tnkn JU'IkiuiijI iiKuiunt
yuu lor Ihu mini ol llir. o huniliuil unit llili ly alx
ilullars 11 1 ul (ui Ills cuiiIh 11111I illnbuineinuiith ol
this iiclion, and "ill lunlur iiwiiluful
(hi liuu-iil llu- iiiijjn 1 ly kll.lUll uk lliu Uul.l lllllll'
Minu, Mtiiuldl in lliu I.M-ulMur MlniliK Uiilriut
In UoiiKlim cuiiiity, On g. ill, ami "ill apply lliu
pruurciK ul anuli call) lowiipl llir iujrim nt Uli'l
hutlHliicllun ul ilaiiitlll s nalil i liiiiu lu ivln uml
ul lliu main u( tills uulinu.
'litis Kuiiiuiuiis isiiuhllhlii'il lu Ihu l'liiiiidi ali r,
a iii'(mpi i iiuhliibiid at Huaulnim, Oh kuu, by
urdi r ul Huu. J. C. Vulluituii. I'iruult Judgu ul
i,l the Hi riiml Jinll. lul Maiilct (or Hid Htalo ol
OriKmi, (ur a pirlml ul alx uuinei utlve uiumh,
hi. Ii Kind ui. lei ivuh uiadu ami ciiurcil o( rtt
urd uu tiio (ilii day ul I'vbrnary, 1H'.7.
V. W. CAKDWELI.,
fhld Atlurii") lui I'Umllll.
li(iilrrl I'oIkoii ut Mursjler'ai.
consignment from the receiver
less than cost of mauufactuie,
with our complete stock at ab
,u inches CrC per yard
w ' J
Reduced to Trices to Suit
Latest St vies. No shelf-worn
there been such a .slaughter o
A full ami eompletc assortment (j
of all goods usually kept in a first- ,1
elass grocery. 1.
Kvcrything offered for sale is fresh; !,
aud sold at very reasonable prices.
We have a very choice stock of jj
canned goods, including both fruits
and vegetables, to which we invite (i
tilled with an excellent stock
meet all requirements, uu
WOLLEMBERG d ABRAHAM.
W. AGHISON k CO., PfOjrs.
Hvalurs in all kluitsol
and (Iranlte Monuments
Portland Cement .Curblnp;
.for Cumiitury Iutm.
I OR ONI- PRICR !
Thu piilillnlicinul lliu ri-iUNUKAMit Imvo pi r
(ui ted urniiiKxintnls by which rvury iimh nl
Hvillx r Hi. relo "III ruct lvu a iup ul thu
WEIil OOT Pl.ANTIIR,
Thn ht'Hl iiKiluiiltUlul psprr illl.Uhl'd ill Hit
WITMOUT liXTRA CIIAKUU.
Old hiilim rlhcrs n nrnliiK will ri vulvii lliu siiiik'
CW Fur au additional J&cuuts, subiiurilH is
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advsnco (hruiiKh auy Kunt ol Hit) road.
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trains, roulus and ullirr itulalls lurnlshud on
II. H. K. lll'ICK,
liiical muni at llubrlnK.Or., or
A. I. II A II 1,1 OK,
Aaslktuut (li-iu-nil I'sant-iiKi-r Am iil,
No. 121 f irm hi.. 1 nr. WiiMiliiKlull,
QU10KLT lUCOKUU. Trade uiaraa ami l''ip.rrlhli
mi.irod ami t. nt liuiiin ai ul avoiy 1. t:nj'll.iu
irouiitly anil iililllfiilly vuniliiilol al lnwcal rala
ItiVMiilloni Inir.i'l.-.'n.l, i-rniiainu. i.iiuii..i. aim rai
UMTS SOLD ON OUMMIHHION. Tt )mui' lrl. no.
I liatlival r, l.r.nwi. hand ua umili I, .ant. Ii or I'lmlo.
f luv.stliiii. mill .iiilaiiatliiu, ana v.v Mill r.lmrt
rh-ll..r natnilal In n. ml. In Irliam- OUH til
rAVAILI WIILH rATLNT 111 ALLDWtD. Micu W
lialaiil la ...'.ir.'l vkv n ill .'iii.ihii l ihi i.iln I.t you mltU- W
u.it aalis uliaiiiu. SI fAUK HANI) BOOK au4 list of W
miuu.l. 'J lila I. 1I10 iin.ht . .niiili Ii- till I.- .at..l Imua
publulinl and a.rr Im.iiti.r .ln.ulj WHITa fOAOMI.
H. B. WILL0ON 4CO , lai. ut Hnlullurs,
M limn 11 m . WASHINUTON, D. C. k