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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1901)
Don't fbrgpet. t3a,Q 43E5ospTp'axg Free Street raix;and Second. BJ-LaT; ckm.iTrcxl?
published MondaTi and Thuraday.
V. C CONNER & F. V. ROACH,
Editors and Proprietors.
We hire arranged with a large number ol
pa pen and magaxinea for rate which will give
to our lubscriben two publications for a alight
adTance over the cost ol Tux Plukdkalu
, alone. Following li a partial list :
, Twici-a-Wscx Pi-AiKDKALia and the
Toledo Blade II
Kew York Tribune 1 75
Oregonian 2 00
8. F. Bulletin . I 09
3. F. CaU 2 00
nurmt unu wcbi. ... w
Poultry Journal 1 00
Entered at the Post Office in Roseburg,
Ore., aa second class mail matter.
Advertising Rates on Application.
SEPTEMBER 12, 1901.
With a buster hop crop, a buster
Drone and apple crop and a state
fair, Oregon is sure of expansion.
The Portland bath fund has reach -
ed nearly $5,000, and the bath house
promises to be an established fact
during the coming year. By all
means giye those Portlanders a bath.
. The anarchists know better than
to fool with Teddy. They believe
him to be a walking arsenal and an
expert with a brace of pistols. It is
not a bad accomplishment even for
high government officials to be expert
in the use of firearms for self protec
The Polish residents of New York
repudiate the story thatCzolgosz is of
Polish extraction, and charge his an
eeetry upon Russia. Russians will
no doubt repudiate him also. So far
as his lineage has been traced, it ap
pears that he is a mongrel whom,
' . -, . , i -,, i . -
The country is to be congratulat
ed upon the excellent prospects for
recovery of the President. The next
beat reason for congratulation is its
narrow escape from Booeeveltism.
Jacksonville Times. Yon bad just as
well become reconciled to Boosevelt
. ism now Mr. Nickel L, as it will be
the only ism that counts for anything
Everything is being pot in ship
shape for the Street Fair and Carni
val next week. Many booths, band
stands, dancing platforms, vegetable,
stock and poultry booths are being
erected and the town has assumed a
general air of activity. Our citizens
are becoming enthusiastic and are
determined to make the occasion a
Vice-President Roosevelt is in de
mand aa a speaker. He has receiv
ed two thousand invitations to make
speeches since January 1st. He has
declined nearly all the changes offer
el him to thus serve his country
men. The occurrence of last Friday
demonstrated the fact that it is well
to nominate a strong man for yice
presidect these days.
The Roseburg Plaindealer is a
good newspaper in s good field and
receives a splendid patronage. It
can. therefore, afford to give proper
credit for anything which it consid
ers worth clipping from a less fort
nnate contemporary. Lincoln Coun
ty Leader. ,
Oh, thank you, Brother Soule! bat
regarding your little "proper credit"
joke, we will wager a two-pence that
we pnrloined that item from the
same exchange that yon did.
By the following Editorial extract
from the Salem Journal it will be
noted that Editor Hofer is a very
obaernog gentleman and that to
him the seaside famishes a rare
field for observation aa well as a
place at which burnt-out brain force
may be replenished by a clam and
fi9h diet. He says: "It woold be a
moral gain if every man, woman and
child could get into tb.9 surf, or into
. a . 1 at
tne nver 19 a naming suit once in
awhile, just to see what they look
like with their clothes off. They
would realize that as Ood made them
they are as different from what they
appear as a lot of birds are with
their feathers off. The peacock and
eagle are worse-looking after they
are picked than any old hen If ."she is
the least bit fat, and there is many a
belle or dude of the drawing-room
that looks like fifteen cents in a bath
ing suit when they come dripping
out of the brine, where no padding
ia allowable and clothes do not make
the man or woman, where the social
shams are stripped off and people
have to stand on their merit each as
' an individual as turned off by the
hand of the creator. ' There are no
shams possible in the surf, and if
matches had to be made in the salt
water or right after comics; ont there
would be fewer deceptions practiced
. ii a
on eaca oiner i;y men and women
in the name of marriage.
Both men and woman are made
bonester and better by sea bathing
and the libelous pictures in the
newspapers are the only bad things
in connection wun me at tne tea-
According to a repot ted ' incident
that occurred as Vice-President
Roosevelt was leaving, the Milburo
House yesterday, he watt not afraid
to ttep aside and shake bauds with a
nejrru laborer who asked him if he
would do so, nor thake hands with
several other wurkiogmea who came
up, and he took time to make then ; a
little speech, l.oosevelt most be, a
difficult man for- the secret service
detectives to follow and guard.
Even if be were President, bis im
pulsive nature and uatnral bravery
would overcome caution aud pru
dence, and lead bim to take more
chances than most men would in
such a position, though he tan no
risk in this instance And, at : .this
early time, with his indomitable en
ergy aireaay displaying itself in
many ways and places, and Lis . ar;
dent spirit not at all fettered by bis'
riignined but unimportant ofhee, he
is by far the most prominent figure
in the political horizon for President
in 1905. But he doesn't want to- be
President through the crime ofVan
assassin, and nobody, even no one
who admires Hooseyelt more than
McKinley, desires ttat he should bo
become President. But even- now
be can scarcely resist the impulse,
while acting with the utmost propri
ely, to carry on his campaign. Tel
A Little Politics.
Representative Tongue has been
invited by the Ohio republicans to
stamp that state.
A modest man generally gets what
he asKs lor. I here s Urownell of
PROGRAM TOR THE FAIR.
List of Attractions and Events
for Each Day. .
TUESDAY, SEPT. 17.
FOREN'OON. ' -
9:30 Music. .
10:00 Address by Hon. Binger Hermann.
11:00 Balloon ascension aud parachute jump.
io 100 yard foot race, free for all, $7.50.
2:00 Parade and coronation.
3x0 Tug of war, fifteen-minute pull, $50.00.
3:30100 yard bicycle slow race, $2.50
4:00 Trick bicycle and unicycle exhibition.
4:3Wheelbarrow race, $2.50.
5'-oo Trapeze performance.
7:00 Music by the band.
7:15 Projectoscope and illustrated songs.
8:00 -Band concert ii r.. , :
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18.
10:00 Exhibition run of the Roseburg Fire De
partment, purse, $200.
11:00 Balloon ascension and parachute jump.
1:30 Sack race, 30 yards, 5.00.
2:00 Parade of lodges and societies.
3:00 Girls bicycle race, two bloc ks, $2.50.
3:3 Trick bicycle and unicycle riding.
4:00 High jump, $5.00.
4:15 Tiiee-leggcdjjra Ifo
4:30 iooard foot race, free for all, $7.50.
4-45 Shot put, $5.00.
5;oo Trapeze performance.
7:00 Open air concert by 4th Regiment Band.
7:30 Reception to King and Queen.
8:00 Projectoscope and illustrated songs.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 19.
FORENOON. ; ;
10:00 Parade and exhibit of stock.
10:10 Base ball game; . purse.
11:00 Balloon ascension and parachute jump.
1:3 3-mile bicycle road race, $5.00.
2:00 Merchants parade. '
3:00 Pole vault, $5.06. '
3:3 Trick bicycle and unicycle riding.
4:00 Fat boys' race; $2.50. "
4:30 Blind fold race, $2.50. . .
4:45 Running broad and standing jump, $2.50.
5:00 Trapeze performance. ' , "
. ' ' -. - EVENING.
7:00 Music. . C - "
7:3 Projectoscopeand illustrated songs.
9:00 Grand carnival ball. .
- FRIDAY, Sept. 20.
10:00 Baby show.
10:10 Baseball game; purse.
11:00 Balloon ascension and parachute jump,
1:00 Music. -:-
1:30 Hurdle race, 100 yards, $7.50.
2:00-Comic parade. ' ' -:
3:60 Bicycle race, boys under 15, two blocks,
$2.50. - - :
3:3o--Obstacle race, $7.50.
4:00 Trick bicycle and unicycle riding.
; 4:30100 yard foot race, free for ail, $7.50.
5:00 Trapeze performance.
7:30 Projectoscope and illustrated songs.
8:30 Grand Masque and Confetti battle. '
In addition to the above there are other events
which will be equally attractive. There will be
Bosco, the snake eater, the three-legged man, and
continuous dancing, (The. best of music will be
heard all day and night. Wednesday is Work
man day, Thursday is Odd" Fellows day and Fri
day Pioneers' day.
Clackamas county. - He only wants
to go to the IS t ate Senate. Salem
Journal V V
' Vl '. '
Judge Steven A Lowell, of Pen
delton, has announced himself as a
candidate for governor. There is at
least one good reason why be will
not get the notninitioa . A man at
Salem C feet 3 or more will object
Albany Democrat. -
The loyal Mitchell followers are
clamoring for Judge Galloway's
position in the Oregon City "land of--fice
and some of them are beginning
to think that their chief is no longer
the sole digpenser of the frnit on the
federal patronage tree, says a Port
land paper. ; '
It is nine months ontu Oregon
holds her state election. It is folly
eight months before the state con
ventions and at least seven and a
half before the county conventions
In abont seven months the primaries
will be conducted. This is a long
time, bnt present indications are that
the half year and more will be full of
politics. Everywhere throughout
Oregon candidates are beginning to
line op and informal announcements
are every day occurrences. There is
oo question brt the state will elect
republican conirreesroea and stale of
ficera. provided wisdom is displayed
in the nominations, Ihe Sentinel.
At. the September, 1901,
The following list of claims were allow
ed and warrants lwned tor their payment
at the September term ol county court:
G W Dimmick indigent assist... $170 00
J R Wilson road and bridgee.. 22 84
J W Hall
H Williams "
Spengenberg ASona "
Aldrich A Fisher "
Charles Noah "
E Hatfield -
David McCollum ' "
K Jennie " . '
Usury Ireland "
J Jennie "
Geo Shambrook "
Nat Evane "
C W Vail
G W Noah
O W IJord
B Jennie "
Kent A Bridges "
C W Wilkins
Leoca mills lumber cum patty .
J A Sawyer
Henry Mocaoo "
N Selig indgt, road A bridges .
E V Hoover Co physician
Fisher A Bellows indigent 3 0
B F Nichols (admr eat P A Uar-
rii) quarantine Gleadale &5 00
I Abraham poor farm 9 96
Mrs M E Herdman
VI organ A Arnold
O Flint "
Mra P KetcbaU
FW Hat nee
Dr DuOes "
Koaebor Water A light co light
tot court boot
Churchill A Woolley court house
Joseph WaJlertueir diat aUy it
Glaee A Prodhomine stationary
Frank Kennedy diat. aUy. it.
Jaosea Hildebraad "
Fred Shambrook "
If w ia Hodaoa co eUtionary ....
Pac eUtea Te'ep A Teleg co
DR Shambrook fxpreeeage....
Phil Beckley dept aaeeeaor
O Oibora coaeUble 29 60
JWBpaklinc M 3 30
D Verooa printing J 50
Plaindealar pab oo stationary,
advertising and printing 110 80
U L HoatoneUbla 6 00
Job a Jacksoo road and bridgee
Peter Ulam '
Jacob brovn "
Thos Botler "
Peter L Ulam
V? F Briggs
O C Brown echool examination
J H Cochran "
S C Brown dep aaeetsor
J W Spalding rebate over paid
U tt GUletr rebate oa poU taxea.
G W Dimmick boonty oo wild
Parrot Bros indgt aaaiatance
E G Young A co "
J T Mays
E L Parrott prisoners board. . .
G W Dimmick. overdrawn road
E V Hoover inJgt aamUnce
Wo Viceoo poor (aim
Roeeborg WaUr eo, water C. H
Raview Pab co printing
Mrs TT Parker reporting diet
J F Barker A co indgt A poor F.
David R Boyle overpaid Uxes
Bella Collins indt aseiiUnce..
Dr. W U Voae
T A Fleming "
A E Cooper road and briJg..
J L Beckley A Co "
H A Blakely "
U D rbompeoa "
A E Nkboie commisiioner
J C Young
UTMcClallea labor on fewer
H J Robinette slate vs Jobn Doe
ADOuinger " HiU....
A D Adkineoo "
R Powell '
D Davis ,
W B Griffith
H J KobiueiM state vs Love 11
U C Slocam "
Willie Lovell '
C K Lovell
W W Lovell "
H J Eobioette state va Miller . .
Chae Smith " .
Goa Sao "
H J Robinette state vs Petreqain
H C 81ocnm "
H J Eobioette M Ralph
H J Robinette state vs John Doe
H J Robinette " Richard Roe
H0 8!ocam '
H J RoblntrtU etata vs Hartmto
H J Robinette state vs Hand..
HC Slocam M
FI Danbar certified oopies....
Dr E J Page indigent aaaistanoa
MaltDomah Oo care Mary Clark
- 1 00
. 1 00
: I oo
. II 60
1 97 90
Big Timberland Deal.
Pobtlasd, Sept. 6. Yesterdsv A. B
Dammoud closed the deal for 60,000
acres of timber land on the ToalaUu and
Trstk rivers at figures rsnglog close to
1500,000. 0. J. Wioton a prominent
lumberman of Wausan, Wisconsin, Is in
terested In the deal. It Is estimated
tbat there are two billion feet of timber
on tbe lands. Tbey will erect l hit mill
ia this city.
There came to bit place on DeerCrcek,
miles east ot Roaebarg, one red
cow, eliubtly Uindled, with call. Oow
bad crop and nnderblt in left ear. tlava
been at my place for some time. Owner
ran rixviw.r ih.m Vi. m.n . ,1 .
PRESIDENT'S RECOVERY ASSURED I
Removal of Particles of his Coat From
- Wound Accomplished.
BurrALO, Sept. 11 The president
continaes to show tbe niost trnmis
taknble signs ot Improvement and
the uneasiness caosed by last night's
operation for the removal of a piece
of coat carried into the wound by the
ballet, has givou way to more pro
nounced continence than ever. The
president is so cheery that one of the
doctor's remarked that they would
permit him to smoke A cigar before
long, lie bad nut shown tbe slight
eat depression from the dressing of
the wound last night. 'Sirs. McKin
ley bad Lit osaal morning visit with
him and the situation was ao bright
that all of those about bim and mauy
who came to inquire as to the presi
dent's condition went cheered with
confidence akin to absolata certainty
that tbe president ia on tbe high
road to recovery.
Tbe following ballet in was issued
today at 3:30 o'clock:
UUiTALo, bept. 12 Tbe president
continue to gain aud bis fall recov
ery assured. Ilia wounds are be
coming more healthy and nori&hment
is now given more freely.
A Convenient Fruit Evaporator. '
A pLAisnaALxa repreeentative visited
the fine trait (arms ot r . A. McCall and
P. Reed oo the tiver boiloin oppoeiti
tne Soldiers Home loceday,- and there
loood verilatfk (rait peraaae,
er ba we eeen more lLr-ty,
"frnvj vieioioc ana DMIer cared lor oi-
cha'ile ol var.oaa varieties ol Iraim.
iKuiiarly aJapteJ V thie coacty which
inclodee apples, pcais, pacbs and
prouw. the tao 1 tt:e u.uiej Irons vrt-
4 'Oin':ri(. f.i it ly t'raalord p:t-
a bad ail btn niA kctad at rnnrur. .
ive pticpe, oo!v ine Ma!re. Ire Oiv!
lorua ai i- m naure vl clir ga ie
maiotDK in .tie orchard. Pe tie and
Italian p ora asere jort brgtbGiug to
lhD Hn.l I. MfiiUAM nirh.ia
COHimmirH W .nrk in lh.firpkirili r..W t
ing np pruia lor ilia drrere wbicb were
jmtaianin : a?. The pranee cf all va
rieliee wt-rv at-uual y Urgn and of ex
ccl.eni q !n the tild i veiy
r-eavy. r. a WetJaH bad l n cnplei
el a! fi'ed-op a bos uw tvporalor o(
tbe Winetoo ule, i i 1 30i00 feet in
ditnenrion aith'JOfcol wa If, and 270
txiahtla rapaci'V ir Jav. Il i onit-
pvd wkb modern br.k umacea, heatiugj
pipee, traja. diiiiiif ai varatoa. tune.
tratkeand care lor rracrporuo' irara
and Iruit afoot tta diiar anJ haa every
np-tdate laiprovetnent and roovemrnce
lor ra'iDf and bard:ing Ijo;i. 1. le ti.
dd encoorag'.ng t cote lit rapid
growi b acd progr- nt ile Iran aibeN
which la bec.im'n; I'io al import
aol aod (rofi:atle iaJattry vl tbe
eonaiT. . -. . ,
- Pieao CeaUat Vate
The fitih caoran ot the totes cart in
toe grand Kimball plan oooUet vaa
oaaia Wedoetda by theooamiUee, U.S.
Weet acd 8. C. Flint, and reealtad at
lollosv, beiog tfca tout lo tiaia :
Bebekalis .". , UU3
L. O. T.M 15738
Eaata-a Star ,10I.vi
Prrebyteriaa chorch 3354
ChrisUan Chorea 2j
M. E. Chorea , 56
Catholic Ob arch 557
A.U. U.W . 1S7
W. O. W 177
Lookiog Glaee L. A. S 167
Dfltrea of Honor 100
I. O.O. P 6S
Glide Chorch 52
U. B. ol R. K 24
K. O. T. M si
Joe Lane'e Cabio 22
W.O. W. Oakland 14
M. E. Chorch. Sooib 8
PaNic Schfl 8
M. W. A 6
K. of P 5
The vote will V cantataed and tbe le
oll aonooAced oa Weioreday every two
weeki hereafter until the conteet doer.
Notice Three Things to Remember.
r irt, we are now hole agt-itt for the
SuiKt-r Sewnng Mat-Lino,' which is recog
nized as the let machine now in nse
We can furntli alt kinds of attachments
and repairs for same ; w e also have other
clieaper machine. Second, we evil
Charter O.tk and Standard stoves and
ranges. Unv no othtTs ontil von first
see oars and jret prices. Third, we have
the. meet complete htmk of furniture,
Ix-ls, spring?, mattresses, lomges, car
ta, coarhea, chairs, rockers, matting,
shades, rugs, tin and granite -ware this
side of Portland. Write as for copv of
oar new catalogue, liice A Kicethe
' Fillpinoes are Sorry.
. Imo-, Sep 10. Antonio ReniJorey
GraJo, deecriird m tbe Eoropean re pre -emative
of tbe Filipinov, bsa eit tbe
folloamr meeeaeeto America:
'Io behalf of the Filipinos we deal re to
exprew our horror acd testation of the
daitardly attempt oa tbe hie of the
President, and to aaaure him and bis
coorageoo wile of oar ejmpatby and
pravers. May he speedily recover to ad
jast ih nniortonate dlffersnea between
tbe rillptnoe and America. A fatal ler
mination aonld be deplored nowhere in
the world more than in Ihe I'biliplnee."
Call for Sealed Bids.
Roebarirr Sept.-. 7, 1901. Sealed bide
tfi.be rccieved t- the county court to
operate the Lone Rock ferry for three
year. Good and enfficient bonds will
be required. Bids will be received np to
1 :00 o'clock, Wednesdsy, Mo v. 8, 1801.
M. D. Tbompeon,
- A Warnlns; to Trespassers.
Alt persons are bete by warned against
bootioii or trespassing opon my farm
in Garden Bottom, known as the l.a-
Folnte place. The trespass notices post
ed opon tbe premises will be enforced,
and any viol at ere ol same will be prose
CBted to tbe fall extent of the Law.
O10. . , . J.H.Bootb.
A. F. & A. M.
Laurel Lode No. 13, A. F. A'k. M.,
will bold a special meeting Saturday
evening Sept. 14, lUOlwork In the F. C.
Degree. N. T. JweU, Sec'y, I. Wollen
burg, W. M. .
an i a -ea s a ,.
It makes one feel goilty to get such
good value for their money at tbe ex
clusive shoe store of ' H.rry M. liolden.
EOBOSIS PlIOB PafitOB.
.' Found,' ' ,('..,.
Tbe only place le set Uf-lo-tlat fcot
v . :. - (s
A VOTING CONTtST. S
tilyen Ij the leailliig lUmebimr r
chanu, by wbich a Kimball Muo
will K) Kivtn away KRKK Uh ludfte,
church, M;hol or "! tjr roUsd Ihe ami
popular tj Ikk. 1. 11. Tbe follow in
merchant laaue ballot with every 'iC
Dry Goods and Clothing.
A. C. MAR5TERS & CO.,
S. C. FLINT.
J. F. BARKER & CO.,
MRS. N. BOYD,
Groceries and Crockery.
KRU5E & NEWLAND,
T. K. RICHARDSON,
R05EBURO ROLLER MILL,
Mir?. "Leonard's Beet" Floor,
B. W. STRONO.
Furniture and Wall Taper.
J. T. BRYAN.
Jeweler, Photo Sappliea.
H. D. GRAVES,
Piauo oo exhibition Jowrphnon iiore
tilers Piano House,
r., 'etn Wholda! Di.trt- J
baton ol Kimball Ptaaca
anlioD, locai aajeoL
T. K. Kica
Lidy want poit o.i. Firrt c'ase cook.
Gtod re(reneti. I o aire at thia effice.
Headquarters for Boots and Shoes. Men's,
Women's and Children's Shoea always up-to-
t a a -
cate ana reliable in quality.
UUtfiESr STOCK OF SHOES IS
Prices the lowest." A
noes just arrived.
...FLINT'S SHOE STORE...
JSl University of Oregon.
' ICghest standard in the state. Two hun
dred courses ia Literature, Science and the
Arts, Science and Engineering and Music
New buildings and equipments; seven
new instructors. .
Nearly 5000 voiameej added to the library iu l.Ol. Saaimer scbocl
with oniversity credit. Special coarse tor teachera, far Law and Medical
etadwiU. Departoieat of EJacation f.r Teacbera, FrincipaU and Sapor
intendrnta. Taitioa free, coat of living low. . Thre; atadenta gratttd
ecbolarshipa in Jartre eastern universities ia 1001.
Send name to President or R-i9trar for circulars and catalogue.
Eocene, Oregon. .
S THE STAR GROCERY...
Will continne to be aa it haa ben, the leader ia qoalilr
and i riew. Don't forget that oar goods are aU new and
We handle Albany Creamery Batter.
g FACTS ABOUT PAINT 1
r True economy in paint is attained only
" when the best of material is . used. E3E
If first-class paint costs only one-fifth more than a poor
quality paint, and lasts just twice as long, it stands to
reason that THE BESTy IS THE CHEAPEST.
A full line of PAINTING SUPPLIES, GUARANTEED PURE
LINSEED OIL, PIONEER WHITE LEAD at lowest market prices
E A. C. MARSTERS & CO,,
aw pncrpnTTori nii?r.nT, .
SEPTEMBER 23-28, '01
M ll-I STOCK SHOV
Good Racing in the After
noons. Latest Attraction ia Xcw AuiiUr
iain Buil-ling Every Evening,
With G.l Mtwic.
Ccaotiiul. Camp 3roanl3 Free.
"Special lUtea on Campers' Tick
ets. Come and Bring Your
Reduced Rates by Rail
For father rtk-a!ars alirws
M. D. WISDOM, Sec.,
You Can't Beat It
for beaoty, tWaoos i4 rtyle,
tin ftnlif roailort aal ai-
arvuii excKlk-nce, tle U'ii'-s
cay tio hav worn and U-t?l
our ttttmL iio j. For prouv
naileor dress wear, or part
Ii(i(rr, our t"ck embrarrw
evt-rrtiiia? that i fjbiooabl
for lalie' ami chtMrvns' wear.
Oar ech'l shoe for children
are w ithout a rival for daratil-
its and comfurt.
strong line of School
Make oar store
the Street Fair.
rear ' -w.
mm mm Ti
I Roseburg Rakery. o
Caax lcirun, Traf.
' A Cakery from which comet
the most wholeaomeand da-
Bread, Pics, Cakes, etc
A foil line of Choice Cream
and other Candiee,
MRS. H. CASTON
u x repared to wait onon old
and new crurtotnen an-1 frienda
with a fall and complete
All freah and of the very brat
quality. Teaa axl coffer are
pferialtiea. Yoar patronag
FV. Caka aa4 Paltry at a'l Had
-u auwt yaialahie and waoia
aoaaa la tt cuy.
Caadica, Clirar and Fioit
la varied aaauruavst a-1
ml thM iacat qoa. t:y.
I. J. NORHAN
f. I. WOODRUFF'S
For a Prompt aad Flrst-daaa
have or Hair-cot- Compa
trnt Workeaen, Cleaa Tow
els, Toole always ia ihapa.
Baths in Coaaectk.
hhop on Jackson St.
H. Little, a
Oakland, ... Orexao.
I. B. RIDDLE, Prop.
-all buxdw or
Fresh Drugs, ricdkloes,
Toikt Articles. Paints.
Oils, dlAss. Sundries.
UO PrescriptioBS promptly filled
by a competent droggist.
! A. SAIZMAN. I
Jacksow SL, - ROSEBLHQ
The wajon gaUery on the vacant
lot beside the luWbarg Water
and Lijrht Co.'s office is making
a rpeclalty of stamp rbotc.'
Call in and see samples of work.
J. H. TAYLOR,
8l5P PHOTOni? APTTFP
2o-llSO, I BOBOBIS &U0S rAiiLOB.
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