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The Plaindealer . .
S)Mi HEADS. LETTER
ftAVt. fLL MtAOS
N better field thaa Southern Otc
Ren; no better medium through which
Lxcculcd abort Mtkc at pfkea
cawtcat with (Md wort.
WAR SEEMS IMMINENT.
Boers Preparing For a Stubborn
TO WELCOME ADMIRU DEWEY.
Olympia .Will Soon Steam into Ntw
York Harbor Other Late
London, Spt. 10. Indications frotn
all sources point to extreme gravity in
tbe Trauvaal situation. Pretoria ad
vices emanating from a Bier source eay
tbe Transvaal reply is nncompromieinK,
and preparation for stanch rsthtance ia
p.-toeding cootinuaasly. Another Pre
toiia special, date J S. p'ember 15, says
the aitaalioa ia naw rega-d d aa ait but
hopeless, unless G eit Britaia retreats
from her position. -
To Welcome Admiral Dewey.
Nkw Yobil, Sept. 16. From now on
there will bs rapid approach to comple
tion of the preparations for welcoming
Dewey. John Philip Sjufa Lai consent
ed to 1 a J bis famous b-nd aa tn escort
to the seen of tbe Olympia, who will
bead the land parade.
General K- e says thtre aill ha a; least
34,000 men in iine, and this cumber will
merer e as tLe day draws near and en
tbnuasn infects othrr military organi
sations the country over. General Nel
son A. Miles baa written to. Secretary
Warren W. F er cccepting tbe mayor's
invitation to partici jete in the reception
The hero of MaLila bay aboard the
Olympia wili soon rteaui into New Yirk
harbor amid fcenea never before wit
nessed in this country.
Orders to Two Regiments.
Waswxotox, Sept, 11. Secreiaiy
Boot hae ordered tbe Twenty-eighth vol
unteers, from Camp Meade, and the
Twenty-ninth, from Fort Mcl'bereon, to
San Francisco, to embark for tbe Philip
pines. The order is the Fame in form
as tbat issued to other regiment?.
Farm Hand Hanged.
Tillamook, Or., Sept. 11. The boJy
of Herman Brown, a native of Sweden,
who baa been working on Frank Sever
ance's farm, east of town, acid who was
left in tbarge of tbe place during the ab
sence of Mr. Severance, was foand bang
tog ia tbe barn yesterday afternoon,
lie was addicted to drink. An inquest
wiU be held.
Floods in Europe.
Berlin, S?pt. 14. Tbe floods are caus
ing widespread damage in Southern
Germany and Austria. Tbe northern
part of Zwickau is inundated.
Owing to undermining cf a railway
bridge over the Iser, between Muldorf
and KoLrabacb, tbe train fell into the
river and five persons were killed. All
tributaries of the Danube are flooded,
Tbe bridge over tbe Schwarza, at Payer
bach, collapsed and 10 pereens were car
Advices from Kaliscb, in Kussian Po
Tbirty-two pereons were crushed to
death in a panic in a era there caused
by tbe upsetting of a lamp. Tbe victims
were women and children. Many others
OREGON INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION
Will be Held in Portland September
28 to October 28.
Tbe great expMition building in Port
land, tbe largest on the ccast, is under
going wonderful transformation no-,
and will be a da-zling ecene of splendor
during this year's fair, wbich begins
September 28th and lasts a month. The
building will lie illuminated by 3500
electric lights. Just imagine for a mo
ment what a brilliant ecene they will
All tbe products of tbe Northwest will
be on exhibition, and tbe best full mili
tary band on tbe Pacific coast will give
concerts day and evening. The Florenz
troupe and tbe Sisters Macarle have
been engaged, and they are wonders in
aerial and acrobatic feats. Majir Gantz, j
tbe smallest man in tbe world, will be
on exhibition, and there will be many
attractions of great interest. The price
of admission will be only 25 cents. A
perfect reproduction of Multnomah falls
bat been built in tbe building, with real
water splashing and dashing, and visi
tors who atttnd are sure to be pleased
Information about tbe Oregon Indus
trial Exposition and its great attractive
ness and general usefulness has become
widespread, and is already bringing
Eastern capital to Portland.
At tbe meeting of the exposition gener
al committee recently, an application
was received from Pittsburg, Pa., for tbe
purchase of a block of 15000 worth cf ex
position tickets. It being a spot cash
proposition, tbe committee accepted it,
and will wire answer today. It is sur
mised tbat tbe purchaser will use tbem
for advertising pu.-popes 25,000 tickets.
"A Gentle Wind
of Western Birth
Tells no tweeter story to hum&nUy thin
the announcement thai ihe hcallk-gevcr
nd healih-bringer, Hood's Sars&parSla,
tells of Vie birth of an era of good health.
is the one reliable specific for the cure
of R blood, stomach and lever troubles.
WILL NOT INTERFERE.
President Has No Intention to Offer
riediation in Transvaal.
Wamungtox, Sept. U. President Mc
Kinley .g daily receiviug letter?, petitions
and resolutions from various parts of the
country urging his mediatiou iu bthalf
of Dreyfus, and suggting that he ten
red bis gjed otlices iu the pending dis
pute between Great Dritaia and the
Transvasl. TLere have cotcu io suh
volume they have nut been opened iu
All these communication, have been
turned ever to the Plate department.
The administration will take no action,
holding that unless the interests ol the
United Staler or tLo tights of her citi
zens are involved, it id not within iue
province of bis country to medal in the
domestic or foreigu affairs U other coun
tries. Saw Sept. 14. A special to the
Herald from Washington, says:
Notwithstanding the suggestions of
Mr. Bourke Cackran and ttbers, Presi
dent McKinley has no intention of prof-
t'ering mediation in the Trautvaal dis
pute. Actiou locking to a peaceful solution
might be taken :f congress bad had an
opportunity to ratify The Hague conven
tion, which makes it the duty of neutrals
to suggest to disputing powers that they
submit the controversy loan arbitiation
In view cf te fait, however, that
these conventions have not ye. been
submitted to the senate, and cf the fur
ther fact that tbe trouble on'y indirectly
concerns ihe United State, while it is
cet tain to result in lencfit to Ameticau
citizens, the administration has decided
that it would be inadvisable 13 inter
fere. Should the Loer republic and Oreat
Biitaiu mintt the Ui.ited Slates
medUtr, li e presiJt-nt mcull te apt to
acieft. Until they At. however, noth
ing mill le done bryond the ina'ructiocs
already giieu to t!ie Amtrican consul at
1'rtt ::.!, dirtctiu him to watch devel
opments carefully, to make frequent re
port and to give all necessary protection
to Americans and their interests.
Problem to Secure Laborers.
lNbkPNOscx, Or., Sspt. IL For
eome days pas', a great many threshers
bave been compelled to lay their ma
chines by, as all their hands bad to qnit
to pick bops. In tome insUnces as high
as i- per day Las teen offered for bands
to work in tbe field, and thi failed to
secure the dt sired help. In the bop
yards the a. en work ouly 10 boors, bet
at farm work they are required to work
early and late. Ilcpyards bave also
been short of pickers, and it has caused
tbe bopmen considerable nneaeinees as
to the outcome. One yard cf 100 acres,
near th s city, was unable to seture more
than 20 pickers. Yesterday and today
several bopyards biva been abandoned,
by their owners on account of the mold,
which is making its appearance very
fast, especially inthejarda that were
not sprayed. It seems that tbe upland
and tbe sprayed yards are standing it
much better. On account of this move
on the part of the bopmen, some tbresb
ermen are now securing crews and will
start tbeir machines in tbe next few days
and finish harvesting tbe grain. Thous
ands of bushels are yet standing in tbe
fields waiting tbe machine.
Walker Hill was elected president of
the American Bankers' Association at
the recent convention of that organiza
tion at Cleveland. Mr. Hill is president
of tbe American Exchange Bank of St.
Wben Admiral Dawey omes there
may be some means of escape from the
surfeit of banquet;, dinners and the
multiplicity of honors the American peo
ple are proud of opportunity to bestow
on a nation's hero, bat nothing can save
him from tbe fake interviews of yellow
journals and tbe EJward Aguinaldo At
kinsons with anti-imperialist literature
waiting to flaunt it in the face of bis ad
miralty Buip at every turn of tbe road.
New England is oce place where the
pension rolls are decreasing. Tbe an
nual report of the pension agent of New
England shows a fallinic ell of $202,173 as
compared with the sum disbuned to
pcnsionei s last year. Tbe decrease will
probably continue from this time on bo-
cause every pensioner w bo drops I rom
the rolls with a peneioa of from $S to 112
per month may oe succeeded by a widow
who will draw only fS per mouth.
Frank P. Glenn, while out hunting in
the bills near Willow creek, about two
miles from this city las'. Sunday, says
ths Malheur Gazette, found a cannon
ball in a ravine which weighs 12 pounds.
Tbe supposition Is tbat it was tired from
one of Uncle Sam's crude cannon then
in use wben Gen. Crook was waging
war against ths Nez Perce Indians in
1863 and 1SC5. This makes the third
one found in tbat vicinity within a radi
us of two miles, and the probability is
tbat tbe deadly missive sent many a
poor Lo to tbe happy hunting grounds.
An Agreeable Famine.
There is a freight-car famine in Atuer
ica at nreseut. Tbat is to say, the rail
way companies, with all their appliances
for moving crops, manufactures and oth
er freight, are short of the means for - fl
ing tbe work they are called upon to do
b; farmers and other producers and
shippers. Tbe fnniine is naturally most
marked at Western points, but it afflicts
every patt of tbe country. Famine in
general is an indication of failure and
ruin, but this kind of famine is an evi
dence of prosperity. Philadelphia Telegraph.
SAIL FROM PORTLAND.!
Thirty-fifth Regiment to Embark
at This Point.
DREHLS TO BE PARDONED.
In Any Event Dreyfus Will Not Have
to Oo Through a Second Degra
dation. Vamii.M;i.N. !ett. 1-1. SjtrHhirv
lioot emphatically overruled General
Shafter today, in determining that the
Ihirty-fifth should embark for Mauil at
Portland, unless there were insnrniouui
able obsttcle?. Ti.e-t he could not find
in the reports from shatter and the quar
termasters. The tr nsporis will be ti.tcd out at Sau
Francisco with everytnicg except what
tbe regiment crnts.
When the troopa
come to Pcrlland, they will ho al!oed
to p ra ie in tbe city before tt.ey euibark.
Thi will hi datetmlned by the com
mand, ng otlicer.
The secretary felt that all l'orilan f and
Oregon bad done for tbeountry cut tlf i
them to favorable i-onsideratioa ( Ll.
reijuest for the embarkation uiiO'i sa.
the Oregon metr jpo.if .
Tbe Thirty-liltu regiment vi,l -ujba:U
for Manila at Portiutd. Id it u.o.n n us
guod aa t-e'.Lied. Serretary Hjt Una i
shown 1 hat bo thinks more of L.Ui:ueri j
than politics, bv uverruiiiitf ; rail
j Stiaftei's uevnku yt have tbe lioups, u
al Vancjavtir Mnacks tent t J Sin Iran- :
sau htaucu i-nMlvI...
having tbiniw her o.i ar. ud now. i
seeing tbat Portland u l i t reigu;zel ,
is pulim 10 bave tbu traii!(urla ilf.cd
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iiic.f , eta. utie ana me u-eu lua
This doesn't mil l'crtland, nJ i.l Le
i oblecte-J to ruos: coil hetici v.
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i:ies tar loadtm: coal of anv ooint on n.-
oast, and it can loaded cueap-r Ltre ' A f,eJj ,Iia,'-v lft8aic teard
thaaaiSanI rnii.co,ihcrefJreentn-urt!'rclu ,,"":! rtlu"il'5 "oun-
will be male U bavr the vie coal I M,n l:rs ,l tt'muM' iu wbich Io'
bers, and also take on bat supplies is
needed by the uif n.
Seaa'or Siicuu will lave lr Washing
ton tonight, and tieneral Ilee So ill fol
ia w Sunday.
This was determined oikxi at a special
m3eticg cf the Cuainber of Commeice to
day, and these gentlemen are cow pre
paring to start Last,
When they arrive there, thev a ill
make an tff.jrv to afioar the aa'.boii'.ies j
tbe adyautaice at loa Jir.g ba h men and
supplies at this point, njt oa'v 00 but I
in the future.
lberearo u'lier 13114 ot importance
that these representatives will attend to
for the people of Portland.
They will try to show the Washington
authorities ia charge of the public build
ing department, tbat the custom-hcuse
now being built here is too email, and in
every way inadequate. They will urge
upon them the necessity cf remedying
this while it may yet be done.
Wben General Bsebe and Senator Si
mon return borne, they hope to bring
the aseniance that Portland is to be de
signated the transport point of the North
west and that tbe cuitotn-houee is lo be
enlarged and changed to suit tha de
mands cf the conditions here. Telegram.
Dreyfus to be Pardoned.
New Youk, Sept. 15. A dispatch to
tbe World from Paris says that Com
mandant Carriere, government commis
sioner of tbe Dreyfus court-martial at
Beonee, has said in an intert iew :
"Dreyfus is certain to be pardoned
very ehorlly. E very body wants to get
rid of tbe Dreylus case, soldiers more
than anybody else. In any case Drefus
will not have to go through a second
degradation, of that I am certain."
REI CSED TO INTERFERE.
London Official Left Tartar Matters
to Hong Kong Harbormaster.
New YoKk, Sept. 11. A diepatch
tbe World from London says:
fho British local officials bave de
clined to take any action upon the
United States Consul Wildman's prjteat
against the detention of the American
transport Tartar. This leaves the mat
ter entirely in the bands of the Hong
Kong harbor-master, who positively de
clines to allow tbo transport to sail witb
more than 750 soldiers on board. 1( the
Tartar sails under this restriction a large
number of the Kansas volunteers will bn
Many of these voluuteera havd been
permitted to come ashore from tho Tar
tar. Some of them met a man naoied
Etzel, who it was said bad taught tho
Filipinos bow ti use machine guns.
There was a row, tbe Americans threat
ening Etzel, and be appealed to the po
lice for protection.
This wai accorded him and the sol
diers returned to the ship.
Another Case of Arson .
Jacksonville, Sept. 14. Two large
barns, three horses, two cows, 200 tons
of bay, wanoiiu, barneES and a lot of
farming implements belonging to G. C.
Culuy.of Big Applegate, were destroyed
by fit e Tuesday nigbt. The G re was cf
The person suspected was brought in
this evening, and tLe matter will be in
vestigaled by the grand jury, now in ses
sion. Tbe loss is t3000 with $1000 insur
ance. Tbe Ashland Fruit Association has
shipped 14 lull carloads of neatly 18.000
boxes of p(w:he, since Aug. 2H.
ROSEBURG, OREGON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER is,
A STAOE ROBBED. j
A Single Highwayman Makes a Clean!
I Nil v, l'.tl., Sept. 14. The CulistJga
j and l.ikepoil stage was held up today
i by u solitarv highwayman bo made
i off with the exptees bjx. The ecene of
the robin ry, known aa "Desperate
Bend," was an admitable epot for the
fijLe.-s!ul carrying out of the highway
The road there rtm iliro'igh a heavy
uuihivruwiti and. coming suddenly
around a curve, the etage driver was
cot.frunted by a marked ruLber who
covered lil in w'h a t-hot gun ai il ordered
I to clop.
'I he pascengerd wrte tbeu commanded
t uHu.ount, and weie dravin up in a
row while the Lihnayaiau abstracted
the expiefs Iajx cf Wells, Fargo Ac com
pany, hut le.'t the United States mail un
uiu'itstev'. Th- hthwaymau :l-?n turned his at
tr.tiiii. -i thn ro f iikl.t frightened
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if, houj li-- cuiiuanded to de
the ;ilui il tht-ir money and
j fca "J '
I i.'-v. i. . i . Coy, pib'oi 1 1 :Le
di-t ti.ii'tli at MiditUtjar, one of the
patssi libels, nai returiiin boma from
au annual conleri'ULv of hs denomina
tion at Pacitic lirjve. 1I-- handed the
hanJit fo, rcui.trkit g : 1
"1 am only a toor r-ic'j'rr, and that!
ia all I haw
Upon this 'U.tiutnt, the rebber. true
to tradiiior.s of U:t pnfet iou, bicded
the ministe- 'nek 11 iu change. In all
only 7i i t cnb w.is urcurtd rom the
psfc-rn'Ti', 11 xdli'.iiu 1 1 tbewa'c'ee,
chains Ld trinket;.
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coninlaint i ma-l.. it,- -,,ri-.r.f
hou-es t.j imt. Tne i. tlux cf iuimigra-
tion is erce;!ibN
' eoun e a cne.
it'gv turougu luia
lt is a pletm g t.11 ; o know that near-
i ly all tbo returji-1 iu! lerj ot Co. t" are
employed. Work aa so pltnti:'u that
j all those who ia'.e l could find jobs and
ttkeubuik by lh ir old em-
ld:u)are e;.u;!.teii:i deer. lby are
kiiliai larg- t,uxLrp. us fig nly tbe
choicest pans, and are :?u kit icg many
fawr.s. L jer.e Bejiatpr.
Tte "Cjarirr" says the icroaods ate
being prepared, and ali arrangements
made Icr the Sj! iier.' and Sailors' re
union aul (irand A'my encampment,
whicli wiil be,:i:i ou today, Monday.
No pains are be in; spared to make this
,lie ' ,he gtaudet occaijns ia the bt
twr? ' 'nt Paf .
Cjltage trove u,
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! Viayar.l, who fpent several months here
an.l thea weal baik to u!. territory, re
turned here laat unday. He started
mith s'J pcjp'e and wi;h the exception cf
two lliey ali ca n toO.eja. Of this
nuiuhar J'jcame to this viciuitv iaal&an
day. Tbo train touk up qi,'c a quantity of
piping and machinery for parties at
Myrtle Point last Wednesday. With
Black A CVa new fruit dryer, the cream
ery improvements and cxte-eiout, and
materials for the Lew iteel bnJce ou the
Middle For., tbe receipta of a jppliei of
that kind are considerable. Herald.
Ths i 1 c J G. Leut U.-l.el Association
was organized Sunday a Portland by
So ithero I'acilic railroad n?en. Its pur
p 64 is t ai 1 1'rel G. Ltnt, a ormer
lo emotive fireman employed on the Ore
gon divibion, who ii now b ind aad help
leea. A!raly $250 bts been raised aid
itfcpjrpoeed I) ask contributions from
the S. P. tail road men ai far eoutb f a
Tue dale fair ope Del FriJay, Sept.
15, and will last one week. The associ-
tion has been working early and late to
give lo Ihe people of Oregon tbe beet
state fair tbat has been held for years,
and it ia bound lo be a succest. Crops
generally are out of danger, thanks to
the recent streak of good weather and
we caa all spend a daw or so at Salem
this aeekand have an enjoyable time.
One of tbe largest deals ever made in
sheep in this state, says tbe Canyon City
Lew, has just been completed, Jai.
Wrigbt, of North Yakima, having pur
chased during the week 22,000 head from
Mefisie. Fortner Si II ill and Fraser and
S.-nith. Fortner & Hill bavet heir ran
ges ia Wasco county, while Mestrd.
Fraser and Smith's interests are in
Grant county. The price pai J was 2 8"
per head which is considered by dealers
to he a good figure. The entire amount
paid was O2.7O0.
Frank- McDaniet, accused of having
murdered Clara Fitch in Cycle Tatk at
Portland two months ago, wiil again
come leforo tho public in a fw days.
Thero is supposed to be strong enough
evidence at band for the grand jury to
return an indictment against tho young
man. It requires more evidence to con
vict a person of murder, however, than
it does to indict, and for this reason
many people contend that McDaniel will
never be convicted of tho crime, at leas!
on the present evidence.
Messrs. W. Drans and George Slev
eiison returned last Saturday evening
from their miuea on Mulo creek, Doug
las county. They brought with tbem
some of tbe rotilts of their ouergetic
prospecting, and contirm their most en
thusiastic expectations as to the richness
of their claims. The bave a 12-foot
ledge, also a 3x5-foot purpbyry ledge
and promise of uooJ results. They bad
a pleasant outing, gat some game to sup
ply their camp, iocltiiiug a large black
bear, which they sacured just aa they
started borne. We thank Mr. Steven
son for both some bear meit and dust
an'' porphyry rock specimens of thai r
find. Tbe latter we hare at this office,
subject to inspection and expert opin
onp. Coquille City Herald.
i New Store I
Staple and Fancy
Country Produce liought and 5old
There is a Quality
auoui our Drugs
buy iu small quantities, and huy frequently,
therefore we always have a I:resh Stock of
Full Stautlard Strength Drujjs.
Our aim is fur Ouality, and we hit the mark
The merits of our
tiave mint up a
; A. C. MAR5TERS & CO.
his is the
Our line of Olives, Gherkins, Pick
cls, Sauces, etc., is also complete.
We carry the largest stock oi to
baccos in Southern Oregon.
C. W. PARKS & CO., Grocers.
Speaking of High
While we bave Imperials at 15 and $50 onr $115 wheel isju-it aa
high GKAiEtscnr JSOcne. tbe difference lieicg simply in tbe finish
Tbe above mentioned wbwls are jobt as high grade as any wheel
in tbe market and NONE is superior in material or tnecbauiMii.
Tbe ol dest wheels dow in nse in the city are Imperial. These
wheels have been in constant use since IS'.'-
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
We have a complete
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
FRESH AND TROPICAL FRUITS,
Which will please you in both quality and
KRUSE & SHAMBROOK.
J P. Benedick,
' Reasonable Rates
permanent patronage. We 2
prescription Department t
large traue 111 tin i linr.
A full and complete assortment
of all goods usually kept in a first
Everything offered lor sale is fresh;
and sold at very reasonable prices.
Wc have a very choice stock of
canned goods, including both fruits
and vegetables, to which .ve invite
your special attention.
. . Undertaker1 mi Embalmer1. J
A Complete lit of
now on band.
Ladies Dress Goods, KiLboDe, Trim
tuioB, Lacea, Etc , Etc.,
Also a fine line of
of tbo best quality and latest ttyle.
Staple and FaLcy
Wood, Willow, and Glabaware,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc., also 01
band and at prices to suit tbe
An up-to-date itue of
H. C. STANTON.
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scrintive Advertisinn Matter, call on
gents:ol Oregon ltailway & avigalion
Co., Oregon Snort Line or toutbern
S. K. HOOPEK,
General Paee. A Ticket Agent,
U. C. NICUOL.
251 Wash. St. Tortland Or.
Roscburz P. O. Hours.
Week dave. o :S0 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sun
days and holidays, O lW to 9:00 a.m.1
and 5 :30 to 7 :&) p. ui.
Koeeburj; to Marsh Geld Departs ev
ery day at o a. ui.; arrives every morn-
Koseburg to Myrtle ruint. IVparts
every day at 6 a. in. ; arrives every
Roeebura to Millwood Departs ejer
day except Sundays at 7 a.m.; arrives
etery day except Sundays at 4 :!" p. w.
Koseburjt to Peel Departs Jdatly, (ex
cept Sunday) at 7 a.m.; arrives uaay,
(evci-pt Sunday) at 3 p. ni.
Koeeburg to Lurley Departs Tues
days and Fridays at 1 p. ni.; arrives
Tuesdays and Fridays at 11:30 a. m.
II you sulTer Iron, tenderneas or full
ness on the ribt side, paius under
shoulder blade, constipation, biliousness,
sick headache and feel dull, heavy and
sleepy yottr liver is torpid and congested.
DeWitfa Little Early Bieers wilt cure
you promptly, pleasantly and perma
nently by removinit the copgeatioo and
causing the bile duels toopenandHo
naturally, tusy arc noon pills.
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Att.riiey ai:d Counwlki' at Law.
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Q.EKGE M. BB0W5,
A ttorney-at-Law ,
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Collections a Specialty-.
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J-SRA BROWN, M. D.
OFFICE, S Jm aoo Stir 1, at rra
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QR.GFO. E. HOUCK.
Physcian & Surgeon.
Office Port Ctf.cc Bid.
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a moeta erery anxtad aad lounai Saaday.
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crery W edueaday CTcaluR a( Odd Fw as
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on tint and thud Tacadar ol rack unth
in the tiJL MimuIc halL
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cvcaing. uuiuc OvMgbbo always wetooaa
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PH1LETARUN LOUK, KO. S, I. O. O. P.
mccta (timlT rTCQinc of each ml at
Ihetr hall ia Odd Fellow 1 tuple al Roaeban.
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it each uiuuC. All nx iulx ni n.NUtcd la a(
teud rwularly. and all via luae. broUten cor.
lially Invlled lo attend.
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IRA B. RIDDLE. Kxrvlary.
pWEBCRU LOlXiK, NO. , A O. TJ. W.
AV mecU Ihe euod aad lourth Maatlaya
f h aionita al7 JO p. at. al Odd Fellowa hall
Memhennl iheartlcf ta food Maadiaa ara la
Tited lo alien d.
F. W. Roach,