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ROSEBURG, DOUGLAS COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 22. 1903.
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FUNERAL OF LATE THOS. H. TONGUE
Was Attended by Representatives From Every Part of
the State of Oregon.
Hills boro, Jan. 19. Representatives
from all sections of the Etate attended
the funeral of, the late Congressman
Thos. H. Tongue at II illsboro yesterday.
From Portland a special train was rnn
and this enabled hundreds of people to
nuke the trip to the little country town
to pay the last tribute to the dead states
man. There were representatives from
Congrts", the State Legislature and
most of ihe state officers were in attend
ance. The pallbearers .were J. C. Lem
Irin, D. W.C. Gault, X. P. Ackermau,
I".' Tagpart, James II. Sewcll and G"
Hale. The liouorary pallbearers con
sisted of: State Senators R. A. Booth
and C. W. Fulton, Judges Charles E.
Wolverton and R. S. Bean, Representative-elect
J. X. Williamson, Harvey W.
Scott, General Summers, Chief Justice
F. A. Moore, of the Supreme Court;
Judge W. D. Fenton, ex-Governor Geer,
Governor Chamberlain, F. I. Dunbar,
Secretary of State, and State Treasurer
The Congressional committee sent to
accompany the remain, was as follows:
IS. A. Moody, of Oregon; J. H. David
son and J- E. Colebso, of Winconpin ; J.
9 F.W.BESSOX. A.e.KAaTER H.CGALEt.
O vijont Vic President. Caskkr
Douglas County Bank,
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
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E. Randsdell, of Louisiaua; R. T.
Bishop, of Michigan ; J. D. Bellamy, of
North Carolina ; J. C. Needbam, of Cali
fornia, and J. E. Howard, 1 1 Georgia.
When the special train arrived from
Portland the guests were met at the de
pot by 50 uniformed Knights of Pythias.
The body lay in state at the Court hom,
after which it was removed, under the
auspicies f the Odd Fellows, to the
Methodist Church. At the church a
brief but impressive service was held,
and within the walls of the edifice were
congregated the most prominent men in
the State of Oregon.
Fev. Dr.L. E. Rockwell, presiding
elder oi the Methodist church in North
ern Oregon, delivered the funeral ora
tion. Rev. R. II. Kennedy and Rev, C.
E. Clin. taid elowinc tributes to the
' memory of the dead statesman and dur
ing the services there was many a
The Portland Quartet, composed of
Mrs. Reed, Mrs. Sheldon, Mr. Zan and
Mr. Hogue, rendered a number of selec
tions. After the services in the church the
Masonic Lodge took charge of the re-
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mains and said the last sad rites.
INTERRED AT BILL8BO80.
.; Hills boho, Ore., Jan. 19. The re
mains of the late Thomas IT. Tongue
were laid to rest in the Masonic Ceme
tery, just west of this city, yesterday
afternoon in the presence of the largest
concourse ever assembled under the cir
enmutances in Washington County.
The remains arrived from Washington,
I). C, at H o'clock Saturday evening,
and were escorted to the family residence
by. Ilillsboro Company No. 1(5, Uniform
Rank, Knights of Pythias, and a host of
sympathizing friends. Yesterday at
11 :30 o'clock the Odd Fellows,- assisted
by a military escort of the First Batalion
of the Uniform Rank of Oregon, under
thecommaud of Major L. M. Hoyte,
conducted the remains to the Court
house, where they remained until 1 :30,
and were viewed by hundreds of the
friends and acquaintances of the late
Congressman. A. military guard was
j IhcoJ in charge of the Methodist
Cliurch and no one allowed to enter un
til the arrival of the funeral procession,
which reached the church at 2 o'clock.
After the family and immediate relatives
entered the church, the Congressional
escort, legislative delegation, Masons,
Odd Fellows, members of the G.A.R.
and Knights of Pythias were permitted
Rev. L. E. Rockwell, of Portland, de
livered the discourse, and music was
furnished by the choir from Rev. Rock
well's church in Portland, which ar
rived on the special train at 1 :90 o'clock.
Hundreds were turned away from the
church, not being able to obtain admit
tance on account of room. On the ros
trniu were the members of the Minister
ial Association, state officers, Judges
and members of the Supreme Court, ex
Governor Geer, Portland City officials,
among them Mayor George II. Wil
liams, and the Congressional escort.
Rev. C. E. Kline, offered the prayer,
and after the reading of the Scriptures
by Rev. Kennedy, of the Congressional
Church, Rev. Rockwell delivered the
discourse, paying a high tribute to the
At the rave tlte Masons had charge of
the ceremonies, Grand Master Mason
Butcher m presiding. Fully 4000 jwople
were in attendance, and during the time
the remains were being viewed at the
Courthouse and while the services were
in preparing the Uniform Rank was
kept busy handling the large threng of
The weather was anything but agree
able, rain falling during most of the day.
M rs. Tongue, wife of the deceased Con
gressman, was not able to attend the
funeral, and Inthony Tongue, father of
the deceased, was unable to attend
owing to bis physical condition. The
floral tributes were tomething grand.
A special conveyance was engaged to
convev the flowers from the tesidence to
the Courthouse, from there to the church
and thence to the cemetery.
The Congresaienal escort left last even-
iug on the special train for Portland,
and from there all but Representative
Moodv will return to Washington via
Sunny Dale Items.
Sunshine, Irost and showers.
E. Snell aud son Maxwell, paid the
knetroili8 a visit one day last week.
Jack McCurdy and family of Hayhurst
are ritJting at the home of Joph Fran
Mr. Hansen wan a business visitor in
our little valley one day during the past
Geo. I led rick dug the greater part of
his potabies and surrendered the field to
John Swearingen and wife of Hani-
scrabble, have been vutiling with the
former's fattier at this place.
Mrs'.-Frank Potter visited the school
lat Fndav and expressed herself as
having enjoyed the exercises.
Mr. Redford and family, of Yoncalla,
hare been visiting with the family of A.
E. Stocker, during the a,st few days.
William Fwearingen recently sold his
entire flock of sheep to his brother
John, realizing two dollars per bead.
We had no preaching last Sunday on
account of Rev. Moore !eing alent at
protracfed meeting now being held at
Klkton. ' s
J. W.Wise sold a fine fat cow tea
Cottage Grove butcher last week, the
animal weighing 1256 ounds. The price
receiv d was 3,'i cents er iound.
Jas.'L. Smith recently purchased sev
eral head of stock cattle of Henry "lled-
rii k on Jack creek; which he expects to
drive with others, to Eastern Oregon
. Several young people of this neighbor
hood attended the dance given at the
residence of Jacob Ritchey in Hard
Scrabble last Saturday night. They re
port it a grand success.
A couple of gentlemen from Wiscon
sin passed through our valley one day
hist week enroute. to Southern Oregou
where they expect to locate. They pro
nounced Sunny Dale a "Paradise."
Mrs Kate Haney and daughter, who
have leen visiting friends in this vicin
ity during tile past month, have return
ed to their home at Arlington, Oregon,
accompanied by Mrs. Jl'g, brother Dan
There has been some talk of Brother
Moore's holding n revival meeting at the
school house in this settlement in the
near future. We hope that he may lie
induced to hold a meeting for at leant
one week. The longer the time the bet
ter it will le. . Artkmcs,
Hon't forget to remember the Box
Social i the M. E. Church Friday even
ing. Ladies bring boxes. Gentlemen
brinjj cash and a large appetite,
THE VOTE FOR U. S. SENATOR
Fulton Takes the Lead, Geer Second,, Democrats Vote
Solidly for Wood.
Williams. . .
THE SECOND BALLOT.
Salem, Jan. 21. Eddy, of Tillamook
aud Yamhill, in joint assembly today,
nominated and voted for Charles W.
Fuitou for United States Senator. This
was one of the three leajing features at
tending the recording of the first joint
Fulton's accessions today leides Eddy
were Huntley and Webster, both of
Clackamas, who have all along been
counted for Fnlton, and who are under
stood to have voted for Geer yesterday
merely to nphold the Mays law.
,HOW THEY VOTED IS THE SESATE.
Salem, Or., Jan. 20. No nominations
were made in tbe Senate, rreeulent
Brownell simply announced that a bal
lot for United StaUs Senator
takn. ami Jiiwtnl tliA rWfc In will tJw.
roil, lue result wa as loiiows:
For Fulton Booth, Carter, Diminitk,
Kuykendall, Marsters, Hand, Smith of
Yamhill, Williamson, Brownell 9.
For ieer Croisan, Daly, Farrar, Hob-
son, Howe, Jolmston, Mulkey, Steiwer
For Wood Miller, Pieice, Smith of
Umatiila, Sweek, Wade, Wehrang 6.
For M. C. George Hunt, Mays,
Smith of Multnomah 3.
For ILL. Pittock Holman, McGinn,
This result furnishes no enrprie, in
fact, with the single exception of Sena
tor Steiwer, each of tbe Seuators had
l?n correctly lined op. Several days
ago both the Fulton and the Geer eo
pic had been claiming Steiwer, I nt he
was noncommittal, and nobody could
predict authoritatively what be would
do. It is understood that Senator Stei
wer regards the Mays law as binding,
and tlii nks its term should be complied
with, and that his vote was for Geer for
As predicted the Multnomah Senators
divided, but each voted for a Mult
nomah County man. Judge M. C.
(ieorge has long been a favoriat son
and has at previous Legislature been
BROWNELL NAMES COMMITTEES
Douglas County Delegation
. ator Marsters on
State IIofse, Salem, Jan. 19. Presi
dent Brownell in the senate this after
noon announced his standing commit
tees, which announcement constituted
the most important feature of today's
cssion. The announcement was made
soon after the opening of the session
and the committees are as follows:
Judiciary Rand, Fulton, Mays, Mc
Medicine, pharmacy and dentistry A
C Smith, Tyler Smith, C J Smith.
Military affairs Hunt, Meyers, Car
ter. Penal institutions Hobson, Daly,
Mining Booth, Smith (Multnomah),
Municipal corporations McGinn, My
ers. Public buildings Hobson, Myers, C
Public lands Steiwer, Mays, Mulkey.
Agriculture and forestry Croisan,
Assessment and taxation-Booth, Will
iamson, Mulkey, Holman, Sweek.
Claims Myers, Daly, Miller.
Commerce 'and navigation Holman,
Counties Farrar, Booth, Marsters.
Education Daly, Kuykendall, Miller.
Elections aud privileges Steiwer,
Engrossed bills Farrar, Hunt, John
ston. Enrolled bills Marsters, Rand, Mc
Federal relations Wade, '"Croisan,
Fishing indnstries Johnston, Dim
Game Carter, Howe, Smith (Mult
nomah.) Horticulture Wehrung, Joh 11 s ton,
Insurance and banking Carter,
Printing Mulkey, Marsters, Farrar.
Irrisnlion Williamson, Pierce. Hol
Railroads Smith (Yamhill), Holman,
Croisan, Johnston, Wade.
Revision of laws Mays, McGinn,
j Williamson, Wehrung, Sweek.
j Koada and highways Dimntick, Ful
the subject of complimentary votes.
The Senators who voted for Henry L.
Pittock are his persoual friends.
Tlie democrats voted solidly for Wood,
according to program. Senator Fulton
was not present when the vote or Sena
tor was taken, so people must continue
in the dark as to the identity of his
choice for the high ntti-.e.
Vote ix tiik iioI'he.
Statehocsk, Salem, Or., Jan.
the House the detailed vote was
Fulton Both, Carnahan, Cornell, Ed.
wards, Emmitt, Gault, Hahn, Hale,
Hanshrough,' Hermann, I lines, Lafol
lette, Miles, Paulson, Phtlps, Purdy,
Riddle, Shelly, Harris 19.
Geer Burgess, Danneman, Davey,
Gihn, Haydcn, Huntley, Johnson, Judd,
Kay, Simmons, Webster, Whealdon 12
Wood Bilyeu, Blakely, Burleigh,
Cantrall, Claypool, Murphy, Olwell,
Bobbins, Test 12.
George Bailey, Fislier, Hutchinson
G II Whliams Cobb, Hudson 2
A L Mills Malariey, Reed 2.
R L Glisau Banks I
Hewitt, of linn Eddy I
C E Wolvertou Hawkins 1
C II Carey Hodson 1
Binger Hermann Jones of Lincoln-1.
George W Stapleton-Jones cf Multno
W P Fenton Nottingham 1.
II J Kundret Ortou 1.
Tot d, 00.
When Seaker Harris announced that
hallo.ing for United States Senator was
would be!"1 order, Ihivey nt Marvin
that in acroMunre Willi the
of the Mays law, the vote cat at the l.'t
general election be canvail. Seaker
Harris replied that sucu action was nn
nectary ; that he had in his joion
an abstract of the vote referred to,
which had been furnUhed by the secre
tary of state, and that t his covered the
ground. Pavey then aroe to place
Geer's name in nomination. He made
a somewhat lengthy and flowery si-ech,
dwelling aMicu!ar!r npon the alleged
fact thai the eople of Oregon had ex
piwstd in positive terms at tlm la-t gen
eral election their preference f"r the
Marion county sUtesntau. lie called
attention alo to the fact that some of
the legislators now opjir;g Geer'a can
didacy were, nioct artive in promoting
the passage of the Mays law at the la't
sewion. Phelps of Morrow and Uma
tilla made a brief speech placing the
name of Fulton in nomination. "I
wish to nominate," said Phels, "a man
who is broad enough and large enough
to represent the w hole State t f Oregon."
Galloway of Yamhill nominated C E
S Wood, of Multnomah .
- Galloway closed by declaring the dem
ocrats could be depended npen to vote
olidly for Wood.
On the whole, today's ballot for Sena
tor mav be said to have furnished no
1 surprises of any importance
Given Important WorkSen
ton, Smith (Yamhill), Howe, Maya.
Ways and means Howe, Carter, Stel
wer, Hobson, Williamson.
Multnomah delegation chairmanship:
Medicine, pharmacy and dentistry
A I) Smith.
Military affairs James E Hunt.
Municipal corporations II E McGinn
Claims George T Meyers.
Commerce and navigation Herbert
Holman, representing both Multnomah
Revision of laws F P Mays.
All of the republican senators from
Multnomah county have been given the
chairmanship of some committee, nl
though these committees cannot, of
course, be considered the top-notchers
Three of these committees will rank
well, particularly municipal corpora'
tions, of which Senator Henry E McGinn
is the chairman. Commerce and navi
gation, with Herbert Holman at the
head, and the claims committee, of
which George T Myers has been given
The appointment of Howe of Yamhill
to the chairmanship ol the senate ways
and means committee is regarded in the
light of a victory for Jonathan Bourne
and his forces. Bourne has lecn press
ing the claims of Howe for this impor
tant place with Piesident Brownell,
while Senator Fulton was equally active
in behalf of Kuykendall of I.aue, one of
Fulton's Btrong supporters. But while
Mr. Bourne's people have captured tho
chairmanship f the ways and means
committee, the most important of all,
the Fulton forces have a majority of the
committeemen in Carter, Steiwer and
Salem, Or., Jan. 1!). The following
are the House committees as announced
by Speaker Harris late this afternoon
Judiciary committee Kddv, of Tilla
mook; Banks, of Multnomah ; Hale,
Josephine; Phelps, of Morrow and Uma
tilla; Riddle, ot Douglas.
Ways and means committee Kay
Marion, Hermann of Coos, Nottingham
of Multnomah, Purdy of Washington,
Shelley of Lane.
Railway and transiKirtatioiiconiiiiittoo
Hanshrough of Douglas and Jackson,
Comett of Linn, Gault of Washington,
Huntley of Clackauins. Ginn of Gilliam,
Grant, Sherman, Wasco and Wheeler.
Committee on elections Purdy of
Washington, Edwards of Lane, Johnson
of Gilliam, Grant.. Wasco and Wheeler;
Jones ol Lincoln, Murphy of Union. '
Committee 011 education Davey of
Marion, Gill of Multnomah, Burgess of
Crook, Lincoln and Wasco; Edwards of
Ijine, Olwell of Jackson. .
Committee on engrossing Riddle of
Douglas, La Follett of Marion, Cobb of
Committee on enrolled bills Herman
of IVs, Eddv of Tillamook and Yam-
illl, Webster of Clackamas.
Committee on anscssmcnt and taxa
ion Pheljis of Morrow and Umatilla,
Fisher of Multnomah. Huntley of
Clackamas, Reed of Multnomah, Rob
ins of Raker.
Committee on claims Emilt of CrooE
ICIjinath, Lake and Waco, Hodson of
Multnomah, Cantrall of Jackson.
Committee on military affairs-Dan ne-
manu of Grant, Sherman, Wasco and
Wheeler, Malarkey of Multnomah, Clay-
ooI of Linn.
Committee on roads and highways
Coruett of Linn, Carnahan of Clatson,
Miles of Yamhill, Pauhen of Clacka
mas, llavden ol Benton.
Committee on printing Ganlt of
Washington, Davey of Marion, Orton of
Committee on Indian affairs Hayden
of Ronton, Hahn of Clatsop, Murphy of
Committer on coiioration Hume of
Vos and Curry, Kay of Marion, Rur-
eigh of Union and Willows.
Committee on cities and towns Hud
son of Multnomah, Hermann of Coos,
BiakcSey of Umatilla.
Committee on commerce Fisher of
Multnomah, Miles of Yamhill, Notting
ham C'f Multnomah, HoLon of Multno
mah, Cantrall of Jackson.
Committer on counties-Edwards of
Lane, Both of Columbia, Hausbrouzh
of Ponj'.as and Jackson, Johnson of
rant, Sherman, Wax-o and Wheeler;
Phelps of Morrow and Umatilla.
Committee on Federal relations
Cobb of Multnomah, Jones of Multno
mah, Burleigh of Wallowa and Union.
Committee on mining-Hale of Joseph-
ue, Malarkey of Multnomah, Whealdon
of Crook, Klamath, Lake and Wafco,
Kramer of Douglas, Bobbins cf Baker.
Cuiniuitlee on public land Miles of
Yamhill, Fishet of Multnomah, Pan no
mann, of Grant, Wasco, Sherman an 1
Wheeler, Purdy of Wai-hiugton, Kramer
I ommiitoe on internal improvements
Hawkins of Polk, WrhtUr of Clacka
mas, Jones of Multnomah.
Committee on agriculture Paulsen
of Chukamas, La Follttte of Marion,
Comett of Liun.
committee on aidioiic Iralhc Joms
of Lincoln. Banks of Moltnomsh.
BlakcleT of Umatilla.
Committee on mimLcturers Hod-
sox of Multnomah, Shelley of - Lane,
Murphy of Union.
ixxnmmee on meUicme, pharmacv
II ines of Washington, Gill of Multno
mah, Huntley ot Clackmas.
Committee on banking and insurance
Banks of Multnomah, Hawkins of
Polk, Galloway of Yamhill.
Committee on hortieulturer-La Fol
lette of Marion, Olwell oi Jackson, Cobb
Committee on health and public
morals Hutchinson of Multnomah, Or
ton of Multnomah, Claypool of Linn.
Committee on rules and joint rules-
Gill of Multnomah, Riddle of Pouglas,-
Gallaway of Yaml ill.
Committee on salaries and mi!eag
Nottingham, of Multnomah, Hume of
Coos and Curry, Simmons of Marion
Committee on public library Malar
key of Multnomah, Hale of Josephine,
Bilyeu of Linn.
committee on fisheries ana game
Webster of Clackamas, Both of Col urn
bia, Emmitt of Crook, Klamath, Lake
aud U asco, Hahn of Clatsop, Test of
Hamev and Malheur. -
Committee on labor and industries
ihelley of I-ane, Bailey of Multnomah,
Hutchinson of Multnomah.
Committee on jenal reformatory and
charitable institutions Both of Colum
bia, Hinos of Washington, Simmons of
Committee on Capitol buildings and
grounds Reed of Multnomah, Carna
ban of Clatsop, Adams of Umatilla.
Committee on statistics ana immigra
tion Adams of Umatilla, Bailev of
Multnomah, Bilyeu ot Linn.
Committee on irrigation Ginn of Gil
liam. Grant, Sherman, Wasco and
Wheeler, Emmitt of Crook, Lake, Kb
math and Wasco, Burgess of Crook,
Klamath, I.ake and Wasco, Whealdou of
Criok, Khinnth, Lake and Wasco, Judd
Committee on food ami dairy pro
duct Carnahan of Clatsop, Eddy of
Tillamook and. Yamhill, Judd of Marion
Committee on salaries of state and
count v officers Gault ot Washington,
Hansbroui;h of Douglas and Jackson,
Test of Malheur and Harney.
Senate concurrent resolution No.
committee to consult with committee
from Washington Hume, Carnahan
Fine Farm for Sale.
A iiotKl 800 acre farm for sale five
miles from Myrtle Creek, 100 acres in
cultivation, balunce hill, pasture and
timbered land. Small orchard, good
house, barn and other improvements
For prico and terms apply to P. T. Mc-
Goe. Mrrtle Creek, or D. S. K. Buick
Rosebarg, Oregor. jl5tf
A Business Opening.
A nice little business at Myrtie Creek
known as tho Candy Kitchen, including
confectionery, bakery and notions
Profitable business but party must re-
tile on account of ill health. Price
reasonable. Apply to Kate M. Cameron
Myrtle Creek, Oregon, (F12J
A RAILROAD TO THE SIUSLAW
To Build from Arlington to FlorenceJ..E Simmons
' , One of the Promoters.
Articles incorporating the Arlington
h Pacific Coast railroad company were
filed in the county clerk's office Monday
y J. P. Finley, J. R. Smaibs and J. E.
Simmons, says Tuesday's Oregonian.
The capital stock authorised is 11,500,
000. The objects announced ars to eon-
sti net and operate a railroad from Ar-
ington to tha Pacific ocean.
J. P. Finley is a Portland undertaker
v , ,. . .
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nil HI Ki .ntlt nrvlmr.. In. a
nsnran::o order, and Mr. Simmons
pears in the riiy directorv as "r
In ei-eakina-of the plans of the b.mj..,..o . :
poration last nighl, 3Ir. Simmons said
the object was not to paraiiel another
railroad line, but to open a newcountrv.
The route outlined is trom Arlington, in
Gilliam countr. nonth to Ko; a. dis
tance of about 60 miles ; thence in a gen
eral southwesterly course across the
Cascade to Florence, at the mouth of the
iuslaw river, in Lsae county. The line
thus described will be something like
300 miles long. 3Ir. Simmons savs sur
veys have been made for short distances
oo either end of the route, but the main
middle stretch has not been sorvered.
Are you partialis
IF YOU ARE CALL AT
AND ASK IOR
Price ii no higher and every can guaranteed"
OVOVO'VO-.O'.OVC OVO-VOA cvw-xv'.vov 0
t r ,,'jr ' ii . in i
J. M. Weatherby
Roseburg Real Estate Co.
Farm and Timber Land Bought and Sold
Taxes Paid for Non-Residents. Timber
Estimates a Specialty. List yoar proper
ty with ns.
and Family Recipes,
Kubber G'ods, Toilet
Articles, Lime and Ce
ment, Paints, Oils - and
Gla-s, Perfumery, Imss
es, Sponges, Erushes Etc.
IJambler Bicycles . and
Sundries. School Sup
plies. P. S.
Second Door north new Dank Building,
They've gone and done it again
Done away with the dark-room in
developing. A little machine to de-
velope film negatives in day light
without going to
child can operate it. See this won
derful invention at our store.
and it is not known just where it will
cross the Cascades. He says ample New
York capital is behin d the enterprise,
and actual construction will be. under
way before the end of the year.
New Corporation At Cottage Grove.
Cottage Gbove, Jan. 16 The Gannan
Hemenway Co., of Cottage Grove, liss
1 olea aruc;ee ol inco
niea articles of lncomoratLnn ;tS
County Clerk E. U. Lee, t Eugene.
The principal office and place of bui-
i of tbe new corporation is at Cot-
1 ., .. . . . , .
(XX) divided into 200 shares of f 100 each.
Ths incorporators are W. E. Carman,
Janiss Hemenway and W. A. Hemen
way. WILL. DO BAXXLKO BTSIXESS.
The objects of tbe corporation, as
given in the articles, are to engage in m
general banking and brokerage ousice-s,
to eng?ge in the mercantile badness, to
deal in lands, eb;.
The firm now conducts a large store in
Cottage Grove, and when their bank is
opened it will be the second institution
of its kind in that city, the First Nation
al bauk being the other one.
Coffee, Tea and Spices
i found in cod Fl-xir now. as for
cea'uries. the "staff .of Ufe." The
long triel : : ' : : :
Pride of Dourjlas
rVmr is rvV j jt.r lo 'ran cpoa.as E-.ny
tboal aM rwi rfin cl lutm t.T or
" iup lack w barrel tram ycor
growi? : : ; ; ; ;
L V. Baslfari 4 Sea, Ptoae 13.
A. C. Marsters k Co.
Drags, . Medicines, Cttnicals.
for Reasonable Prices.
a darkroom Any
11 S woolley.