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TMS tNn SEAT IN THE PEW.
tl ! the riwt ffriplM tlhe rrnlnlw
i?f the family.
"Il In common ruongli," mid Mr
Gratal', "to nn n min ntltfuif in tho
isln rinl of a ix-w In rbnrc-h jrrt tin on
tlm Hi rival of soino other member of I lie
family, step out Into tlio nlta to let the
Into comer in, mid then reMimo Itl". Fent
at the eul of tho rve. It poems to lue
that I hiivo rend thnt thin ruatnm ortflt
imtrrt In New KnKlnixl In tho r:rly
dnj-a, when tho men nil at by tlw nisl
o that they could seino their gnu Alt')
got ont promptly in ca of attack by
Indiana. We don't liftvo runch to fear
from Iudian nowaday, bnt the eat by
the aisle is "till occupied by the hf-ad of
the family. lie stands in tbe ai.!e while
(he others raj in, and then calmly
take hla place in the end coat, at the
bead cf the line, as a sort of general
"Sometime in those days, wo aro o
Tory free from Indians now. tho bead of
tbe family thinks it is safe for him to
stay at home wben be has a hondacho,
and tbon the young son takes bis place.
I imagine that ho talks it over with bis
mother on tbe way to church, so that it
li all understood. When thoy get to the
pew, be stands in theaislo while bis sis
ters and bis mother pass in. I fancy that
bis sisters are rather glad when they are
all seated aud no longer conspicuous,
bnt upon his mother's faoe as she brushes
past him into the pew there is a smile
of affectionate pride, aud then ho take
bis seat in bis father's place and alts
there with fine boyish dignity." New
A IteuefWa f Ha ffpvelMb
Fran Ton 8 well knowu for b
klndne.8 and generosity, was waited
upon tho other day by n well dressed
gentleman, who spoke to ber as follows:
"I wish to draw your atteutiou,
madam, to the sad case of a poor fam
ily. The father is weak and advanced in
years, the mother is bedridden, and
their five children are clamoring for
bread. Tho poor creatures are about to
be turned into the 6treet with their
wretobed belongings unless somebody
will undertake to pay their arrears of
rent, amounting to SO marks."
Fran Ton S at once went to fetch
the money. Handing it to ber Tisitor,
'Now, sir, I should like to know who
yoo are, as yon seem to take so warm
an interest in these poor people."
"I am their landlord, madaml"
For Over Fifty Teaia.
As Old A5D Well-Tried Kikedy. Mrs
Window's Soothing Syrup has been used lor
OTer fifty yean by millions of mothers lor their
children while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softcat the gums, nil
pain, cure winJ colic, and is the best rvtntxlj
tor Diarrhcra. Is pleasant to the taste. Sold bj
druggists in every part of the world. Tweniy
Ore ecu is a bottle. Its value Is incalculable.
Be sure and ak fur Mrs. Window's Soothing
Syrup, and take no other kind.
Methodist Churc h vomer of Main and Lauc
street. Sunday Service: Preaching, II a. m
aud 7:30 p.m.; Sabbath school, 10 a. m.: F.
W. Woollcy, Superintendent: Class Meeting at
close of the morning service ; Epworth League
6:30 p. nj. F. H. Churchill, President. Prayer
Meeting, Wednesday, at 7:50 p. in.
U. K. Ab'oLI, Pastor,
Parsonage, comer Main and Lane.
C.mteu Brethue.n L'ucbch on Fowler strict.
8nuday service, at 11 a. m. and 7:3) p. in. Pray
r meeting, Thursday evening.
Mrs. Lcct M. Ci ri.ii', Pa-tor,
St. OeoR'.e CHl'tttH. Corner Cass aud
Main streets. Services on second and fourth
Sunday morning of each month and every Sun
day evening. Special services announced from
time to time. Eiv. John Dawson,
M. K. Cai'ccu, Socth. Services every Sunday
Kev. J. T. cotton, Pastor
Baptist Cui'Bcu comer of 1-ane and Rote
street. Sunday service: Preaching at 11 a. m.
aud 7:30 p. m. Sabbath School at 10 a. m., O. V.
oshow, superintendent. Prayer meeting at
:X Wednesday evening.
S. A. DuIMLas, Paxlor.
Fibs! Christian CHIB'.H Coruer of Pin
and Woodward street. Sunday services:
Preachiug both morning and evening, Sunday
school at 10 a. in. Y. P. S. C. . atG:30 p. m
Prayer meeting each Wednesday evening at
.30. A cordial welcome and greeting awaits
all. W. A. Wood,
AN OPEN LETTER
WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS JOUR EIGHT TO
THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD "CASTORIA," AND
" PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADEMARK.
, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts,
was the originator cf "CASTORIA," the same that
has borne and does now hear on every
the fac-simile signature of(&&ffi4jM wrapper.
This is the original "CASTORIA" which has been used in
the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years.
LOOK CAREFULLY at the mapper and see that it is
the hind you have always bought t' - on the
and has the signature of C&&fM&X wrap
per. No one has authority from me to use my name except
The tertCwP111!!' f which has. H. Fletcher is President
Do Not Be Deceived.
Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting
a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you
(because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in
gredients of which even he does not know.
"The Kind You Have Always Bought"
BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF
-Insist on Having
The Kind That Never Failed You.
THS CSHTAVS COMPANY, t, MV..A.
ftnrh t Ufa.
Yewtcrday a lady in a ltroadway cable
car adlrepd me, and everybody listened
and was anuused. filio was ytmng and
pretty and well drtxwed. As we rolled
Sown Union aqnare a cab passed tbe car.
My noighlior craned ber neck, and point
ing ber frngcr at the cab remarked ft)
m "Thnt Jndgo Hilton in that cab."
Every one in the car looked at the occu
pant of the cab. Then she took me into
her confidence and retailed such facta
abont the jndgo a have been printed
from tinio to time in the papers.
As tho car tore around the Broadway
curve her attention was diverted, and
she hadn't done scolding about the speed
and the curves wben we passed a Broad
way shop window on which was an
nounced in white enamel letters, "Ool
lars and Cuffs Lnnndriod." "If the
don't correct tha; misspelled word
soon," she exclaimed, "I shall scream. "
Everybody turned and looked at the
freak in orthography. Theu a man who
was watching tho woman from the rear
platform camo in and tapped her on the
shoulder, and she arose and followed
him. As she passed out the men opposite
smiled, and ouo said to hi companion,
"Craay as a looa " Dot how could they
tellT All she said was true. New York
Row Soma Persona Make raatoraj Wert
Uurttoa to Their Pastor.
Several well known clergymen of this
city were chatting together at the close
of a ministerial gathering a few days
ago, when one of them remarked that
one of tho hardest things be had to con
tend with in his work as a pastor was
the di.spotUUon of many members of his
church to borrow trouble.
"I can nearly always find somo way
to comfort persons suffering from pres
ent troubles," said the minister, "but I
am always discouraged when I find a
parishioner worrying over some antici
pated trouble that will probably neTer
' That is my experience, too, " remark
ed another of the group, "and I bad an
amusing example of it in my own house
not long ago. I went into my study aft
er breakfast one morning and was as
tonished to find one of the servants sit
ting on the floor in front of the grate
fire, crying and moaning as if her heart
"'Why, Mary,' said I, 'what in the
world is the matter with you?'
" 'Oh, sir,' she answered, 'I got to
thinking, sir boohoo ! that suppose I
should get married, sir boohoo! and
should have a fine baby boy, sir boo
hoo ! and he should grow big enough to
walk, sir boohoc and he should get
la front of a fire like this, sir boohoo
hoo! and should fall into it and be
burned to death, sir, whatever would I
do, sir, and how would I feel, sir,' and
then the tears and wails came so fast
the couldn't speak at alL
''Now," continued the minister,
"how could I comfort a person who bar-
rowed trouble like that? I certainly
couldn't do it trying to convince the girl
she would never bo married, and so 1
6imply made no effort to console her,
but told her to go to her room aud stay
there until she had recovered her lost
wir.3." New York PeraM.
Caro Bros, inform tbeir patrons that
they are in receipt again of Clark's !-pool
Cotton. Same old pries.
For fine tone and high grade piano
get a Xeedham. They speak for them
selves. It does not take a cracker jack
at a big salary or a pai J musician to 8 el
them. All we ask is to look at tbe in
struments, try the tone yourself, and yoo
will be convinced tbat Needbams are
the beet pianos on the market, except
Chickering or Stein way. For reference
see O. F. Godfrey, A. C. Marks, or I. B.
Riddle, who has just received at his
home a beautiful one in figured mahog
any case. Tbe prices of these pianos
are tbe most reasonable for tbe quality
of goods ever offered in this city. I can
also give you inside prices on anv make
of piano. CV1 and see
T. K. RlCH ARDbOX,
Kosebo rg, Or.
N. li. We also have in stock some
new and second-hand pianos second
band (00 teWI75. New $200 to $300.
A FREAK OF NATURE.
Orstnc auul Haw II Cane M
The first narrl nuiK wax doubt leas
a freak or "iport." a. hortWUnrlnts
par. To make snoh a frnlt by arttuoe
won Id be impossible It i abnormal
evt-n in the bnd. The navel shows In the
bnd an rarly a tho lnttor rnu be ex
amined tmdor tho nnorosooi It may
even lotrnood bnok to the flower, which
is double tlvogli thnt word din not
irs the idea very well, wwh blossom
having a secondary blossom within it.
In the developed frnlt the navel is itself
a mvondiiry orijje, in some specimens
having a distinct kin surrounding it.
The two story orange is no novelty.
A lk on horticulture published iu
1643 Rives a picture of the navel orange
tud rails it "pomnm Adamt fo tum. "
this is tho earlioet reference known.
The blossoms rarely have any pollen, and
the fruit is usually, though not always,
foedlos. The variety is reproduced by
budding. Where it originated is not
known with certainty, but It was prob
ably in southern Asia. Thence it was
brought to the region of the Mediterra
nean and eventually diffused over the
world. A liuly who had traveled in
Br axil told Mr. Sannders, chief gardeuer
of the department of agriculture, about
the orange, which ho had seen in that
oountTT. Acting on this information,
Mr. Saunders told a Star reporter that
ho sent to ltahia and secured a doxeu
young budded trees. These reached the
United States iu 1S70, In-tng tho tlrsi
navel orange trees known here.
From these trees others wero iropn-
gated. Ouo of the first batch thus ob
tained is now in tho orange house of the
department of agriculture. In 1878 two
of the trees wero sent to Mrs. L. C "fib
bers of Riverside, Cal At the same time
Others were sent to Florida. But those
planted in California fruited more quick
ly ani were the first to attract attention.
It soon beoame evident that the clxmata
Of that state was better suited to bf
cultivation of tills variety. In Florid it
i mt KnflVipjit.lv nnvlnotiveL e. . does
not bear freely enougn to be profitaDje.
Nevertheless tho finest navel oranges
romo from Florida, though they are noi
so handsome as those from California.
Fifths Itetwcvn Ball and Alligator.
I heard au interesting story of a fight
between an alligator and a big bull on
the shores of Lake Okeechobee. Alliga
tors are quite numerous in that lake, and
it is little visited by white men, though
Scmiuole Indians fish and hunt tbore.
Herds cf cattle roam abont through that
section of the state, and the bull in
question belonged to one of tbeso herds.
It was drinking at a small inlet on this
lake when its nose was caught by an al
ligator. The bull managed to free itself
by pulling the 'gator partly out of the
water. It then lowered its bonis and
caught tho 'gator, throwing it on the
bank. When tho bull mado another at
tack, the alligator struck the bull with
Its tail and severely hurt it. Tho buU
managed to tear a hole iu tho abdomen
or soft spot of the 'gator, but on anoth
er chargo the 'gator broko ouo of the
legs of the bull by a blow from its tail.
This disabled the bull, and tho 'gator
managed to break another leg iu tho
sauio way, but tho saurian soon bled to
death, and tho bull, when found with
its two broken legs, had to bo shot.
Notice is hereby given to tbe public
by the undersigned that I do not allow
dead animals to be buried on my prem
ises, at Roeeburg, Oregon, or garbage
jumped thereon or Band or gravel taken
therefrom, unless the party taking sand
or gravel first contract with me for the
right to do so.
Tresspassers will be prosecuted ac
cording to law. Aako.n Rom:,
Roeeburg, Oregon, March 17tb, 1SN).
All onr goods are new and of the latest
styles. No shopworn goods on band at
the Boss Store.
Mrs. J. II. Shape is local representa
tive for the popular Viavi remedies.
Any one desiring any of these remedies
will please call on her at ber homo or ad
dress her at Roeeburg, Oregon.
is the time to save money by bu ing
your goods at the Roseburj Novelty
Cash Store. In buying three pairs of
shoes you can save eDoauh to l.uy anoth
er pair. On clotuing wc can eavu you
from 2 to H on a suit. Fall millim i y
cloaks and capes, all sold at elusion ou
prices. Absolutely closing out. Call
and be convinced.
Balm of Figs.
Auy one wiehiogto pure ha so "Ualm o
Figa" can do so by calling on or
dressing Mu. Assw iiti-Ki.tv,
j02 Cass St., Roeeburg, Or
To the Public.
On and after this date, I wish it under
stood that my terms for all undertaker's
ooda are cash with the order. I find it
impossible to do business on a credit
basis, and belive that I can do better by
my patron? and myself by selling strictly
for cash. P. Bknkdick, Undertaker
Roeeburg, Ore., April 12, 1895.
L. KOMLIUQEN, Proprietor,
Fresh and Salted Meats,
J. F. BARKER & GO.
H. C. STANTON
Bm iut rcolvsJ a sit tsl tatsaalvs stock
DRY : GOODS
Ladies' Dress tioels, Kibbots, Trimnilka,
Laces, Itc, Itc
ALSO A FIN! STOCK OF
HOOTS AKI SIIOKS
Of Us bast naallty aad lalah.
Wood, Willow tad Glass Ware,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc,
aisu on haml la Lrf qtiuitlvi sad at prlaaa to
suit tha Unta. Alta a Uri atoah of
Call at Station's for P. M"
I'mtkd ?TAia Land orm s,
KosWmrii. OrvKoti, Ixcvnitcr j, ll.
To u lioin It mav otUiiTU:
Sotiro l hvrby (tivni that tlic Hoanl
ScluHl Lauil t .unmiioi'ra il tho tau- ( Oty
Hon. ha." tiktt in tins (iilic a 1 1-1 ( lauds tltu
atl iti th tovvulnp a IoIIoms:
N W 1 , uf N K 1 , n( Stv 1 li. SI S , IS. j W rat,
atwt hut ait!irl (or anl sIciinI the sainc.
tliat the ht ti "i- n to tliv imblic lor titn-ctlou
aii'l a c.'i'V thiT"'( t,y ilcvrlitlv sulxllvinlniis,
hus lnvii j'0t. 1 ill a I'oim-uk'iit place In this
odli'v lor tho iuspwilon ot all pirwius iiitvrvsUtl
aii'l the illii-1! ncrally.
ithiu thv ticM sixty days lolloitlni; the U.u
of tliio noluv. protots or cooU-Ms nxatust the
cl-ilm of the ahl I'oiiiiniviiuiiers to auy tract or
ub.l Won within any wction or part of s-e-t'.cn.
ilcxrlutil iu the llit. on the urouml that
the Mine i moro aWiabie for mluaiai than for
actienUural purtkes, wi'.l b- nxeie.l ami
nol. .1 (or nport to the tivnvral IjhiJ Orliev al
Washington, U. C.
J. T. BKIIXiEU.
J. II. UOOTU. KegisUT.
I'MTSU S"T.VTKS Lxno Orm i,
K..'bur. Oregon, Jauuury 9, lw..
in wliom it may i. nicru
(S..'.;rr i hcfl.y given that the Oreou Call
foruia Kuiironil Company hai Bird lu this oilier
a l.-t of lauds situated in the lonnnhlp le-sriix-'l
tivlow, aud bus applied for a patent for
ssid laii'ls; tbat the list is open to the public for
luieeilou and a copy thereof by decripthc
subdivision. Imt been ikmUhI Iu a aonvculeul
pliue in this odice for tbe inspection of all per
son inU'iciUd aud the public generally, to-uit:
b.mili of baw line ana V of Will. Mer., Or
;oli: i ownslilp ;.', Kauge 4, all of seetioas 'J,
11, li. l:, 21, VI, il. in, J9.31 andi'iaod the 8',
nl .. : NK'. ami s'.of hec. W; N'i of SK',,
-E , St ., N't SW' and f.ls 1, 1, i, i. ,s, J,
, -. j. lo. 11, U, l.i, 11. 15. It. and 17, of rice.
V iiluii the next sixty days following the date
ill tlu notice, prole! or contests SKalimt the
( laini f the Company to any tract or subdivis
ion win, in atiT eclion or part of section, ile
v riix-l in Hie Il-t, mi thegroiiml tbat the name
i l ion: va.uaMc for mineral than for agricult
ural iiinies, will tic received and noted (or ie
jirt to the 'icncral lnd Office at Washington,
J. T. BRIDGKM,
J. II. IHXiTH,
Notice For Publication.
I'mtki) States Lsso Orricg,
K.ieburg, Oregon, Ixx. 'i!, IS.
Noti'-e i" hereby given that the billowing
named m iller lias filed notice of bis Intention
to niHki- tiual proof in suppiirt of his claim, and
tint! in id proof will be luaed before the Register
sn 1 K" ' lvcr, I'nltcd btau-a Ind Oltice al
Kus bun; On iron, on January si. lnf, vl2
hWING l. I'OW'EI,!..
on his if K. No.TM'i (or Ihc lota No. 6, 7 and ,
Sic. jo. T. VI 8., K. 7 west, lie names the
f'lllnwini; uitiieKie to prove his continuous res
idence upon and cultivation o! said laud, vi:
J. K. I l.i t ton, o( Millwood, "Oregon. U C. Cow-
ell, oi Millwoo.1, Oregon, 11. K. Ks.li r of Kel-
l', Oregon, Ci. . liniinick, ol Koieburg,
J. T. BKIUOEH,
On the 5. P. R. R.
Douglas County, Oregon
ly open for recep
tion of guests.
Water cures Rheu
Kidney and Skin
This old reliable and
tbe most successful
Hoeclallst in Bau Fran
cisco, still continues to
cure all sexual aud
Samlnal Disease suck
as (lonnorrhora, Cllael
Stricture, Ayph Ilia In
all lis forma. Blkln Dl.
. - a a Kia r.fuit I tot. 1 1-
'. Hy, ImpoUocy. tMHiU
'' ' .-I P... M 1 1 1 1 I -mm
V vr14-.f:ffiftikAW,v J- ol fTanhood, the conso
ijcucu ol sell abiifcu aud excesses producing the
illowinu syioutouis: sallow countenajice, dark
hpots under tho eyes, . am iu the hi ail, nbgin
inthecKrH, loss o( coulldeuca, diffidence lu ap
proaciiiug siiaiixers, palpitation ol tbe heart,
wi-akin-kH of the limbs aud back, loss ol memory
iiiuipli-son tho face, coughs, cuioiiiiiiplioii, etc.
iJli. iilbUON baa practiced in Han Francisco
over thirty yenraml those Iroubiud should uot
fu.il to consult liim and ravel ye the be lie lit ol
Ins Kicut skill uild experieuce. The doctor cures
w''ii oilier fail. Irylilm. Cures guaranlep.
pi rhoiiK cureil at lioine. Charges reasonable.
i nil nrwiio.
bit.'J F. ulliUON, (a Kearny hi, Man Fran
LIVE lp LET UVEI
1'nderlhe abov molto I will still eoiitlnna In
survey for all parties desiring my as IslancK as
an englnrvt or anrvrvor. My rliarget wilt I
reasnualde latut my work luarauliiM. Am alsa
Address me al cievDiami, ihiuglaa Co., or.
wii.i. i, iiicvmiN.
7 . jo a. in
rast Mall Hsll Uko. Denver, rt.
II p.m. saa I lly, hi. UuiIb,
l h lingo aud Kal.
Walla Walla, ripokano.
1'hleagvi aud Kt.
All sailing dales sub
ject to cliaugf.
For Han frauclseo -KUI
li-v a, l.l, IN :'
III l.a. m.
t . in.
A p. m.
II p.m. i Columbia Rlvtr
Halunlay ' To Astoria and May-
10 p.m. landings.
i p. m
(I a.m. Orvlnn ( lly, Kewhcrg,
Ki.dumlay ! Halcui A W ay l.and gs
4 !K) p. m.
7 a.m. ; WHUmrtw and Yarn
Tura I'liur. i hill Klirr
and Hal. ' Oregon t Iu , Pay toil,
aud Way liiilinaa
H ) p in.
a m. ' WlllameUs River.
Tue.Thur. ; I'orlUnd tot'orvallls
and Hat. aud W ay-landings
:K p. m.
I, I rw I. ton
Kxii i't Kiparia lu l.eilon.
W. II. Ill Ml. lit HV,
Ucueral I'aiiaviiger Agent.
. H. tk ft. CO.,
I II w.
Colorado and all
lilies i hone of two favorite routes, via the
I'NION l'( IKK- Fast Mall Line, or the
KIO ll RA NUK Hccnlc Lines.
Look at the lliue-
ij days to Salt Lake
zi days to Denver
3j days to Chicago
4)j days to New York
Free Hi-cllnluic Cliulr cars,
liolntcrrd Tourist MlrrpluK
Cnris, I'ulltuau raliace Mlecp
idx Carst opvrntt'd oil all
For (nilhi r iiWorma'Iri' apply o
J. F. CIIVANS, Ayf., Kowburg.
C. O. Terry, W. E. Coman,
Trav. fans. Agl. Gen. ,gl.
l.'l Thinl 81., 1'ortlaud, Or.
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pad lie Co.
El prsas trains Isass PuctUnd duly.
8outh " North"-
6T00 "r. at". Lt. - rortlaiVd Ar. I V.JOk.u
3:00 . m. I.t. Rose (m rg . Lt. Wi.VS r. a.
8 IS a. M. t Ar. Kan FranclM-o Lt. I luor .
Abore trains stop at all tirlnrinal alatlotis
between 1'ortlaud ami balem, Turuer, Marlon,
Jeferson, Albany, Tangent, Klietlds, lialsey,
Harrisburg, Junction City. Kugenr, Collage
Grove, Drain, Oakland, and all atalloua from
Rose burg to Ashland IncluatTc.
8 ant. a. I Lt.
tMr. a. Ar.
t Mi r. a
7 M a. a
DIMIKU CARS O.OCIiKni ItOHTIC
Pullman Buffet 8leepcre
HECOKD.CI.AM9 "I.EKIMsl CAH4
AtUched to all Through Train.
West Side Division.
Uelwecn Portland and Coryallla
Mall train dally (except Sunday).
r:M r. a
I -m r. a
At Albany and Corvallts conntx:t with trains
OI Oregon Central a Kaslern railroad.
Kiprcss train dally (except Sunday).
i !)f. a.
K 90 P. M.
y.M a. a
4 .vi a. a
Direct conucetlon at Hsu Francisco with Oc
cldental and Oriental aud Pacific Mall steam
hip lines for JAPAN AND ClilNA. Balling
uates on application.
K. KOXULItK, 0. II. MARK II AM,
Manager. li. V. tk Pass. A gen t.
Kales and tickets to F. stern points and F.u
roi.c. Also JAPAN, CHINA, HONOLULU am
AI HTKA1.IA. Can be obtaluud from L. il
MOO UK, Ticket Agent, or V. C. LONDON, Itosc
We are always Id the Lead, and mean to
The Holder) Harvest is upon ul, aud faruv
era aro Milling because Woodward
loots to their lutereat.
These are all Leather and Warranted,
At Reduced Prloei.
Consult your purse and be sure and see
Woodward before buying.
W. . WOODWARD
1'iom A toZ the most complete stock of hardware.
If you arc interested in Harb Wire fencing buy the
"WmikcKx.!..' Host and Cheapest in the Mar
Churchill & Woolley.
his is the
Our line of Olives, Gherkins, Pick
els, Sauces, etc., is also complete.
We carry the largest stock of to
baccos iu Southern Oregon.
C. W. PARKS & CO., Grocers.
KRUSE & SHAMBROOK,
UK ALU KrJ IN
STAPLE MD FANCY GROCERIES ! PROVISIONS
FINE TEAS AMD COFFEES A SPECIALTY.
OU K I'M A TRIAL.
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Real Estate Bought and Sold
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Farms, large and small, to Rent,
AND IMMEDIATE TOSHKB.SION GIVEN.
Stock Ranges, Timber Lauds and Mining Properties,
Prune and Hop Lauds of best quality, in choice locations,
in quantities to suit intending purchasers, at reasonable
prices and easy terms. Inquire of
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Tongues and Sounds,
Salmon Bellies and
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rROTTINQ AND RUNNINO PLATEJ3 A 5PECIALTV,
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Mhop on Corner WaaliliiKlon and Ksue mtm Mescbnn,
F. M. BeardcSL
309 Jackson Street
Has added to his stock of Hardware, a fine line of
Coffee, Tea, Halting Powder
and Chocolate, Tobacco and
Goods. New Prices,
A full aud complete assortment
of all goods usually kept in a first
Kvcrythiug offered for sale is fresh;
and sold at very reasonable prices.
Wc have a very choice stock of
canned goods, including both fruits
aud vegetables, to which wc invite
your special attention.
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....MRS. N. BOYD.
and all kiiids of Spices, Cocoa
Cigars; Sugar and Salt. New
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