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jfless laas and Societies
fSSlONS AND TRADES, ALPHABETTICALLY ARRANGED.
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lil ...,.'is eye troubled, ra-
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TH siVlnK" hauls. Telephone
rw . - mn n Usui.
E c?uri!lA'rT0,!XKV n
UAILI'.V & I-OWIItjTTTOPAnvS-!
Orilcc In Despaln block . AT
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- HAtl t.Wlllft A'lMf
tfHW...L"- " rnee' n Judd
Vkpbone Office, black 1411 ;
,o main ta.Ti.
" nPNI)KI!!ON. PHYSICIAN
Dt?,7, I.. Savimra Hank
7i iifflrc iiliouo, uiaiu mi;
. dlseasea and disease of
iM Minna, i-uiuv,
'IT itrfli-e 'phone, main 7S1 ;
fwnliou between Cour
rccct. i"1'1 "
ItALLlIItAY 4 McCOUuT, LAWYritS i
soclatlon building. "lul'' As'
V":",KI'J.'nY' ATTOHNCV" AT " LAW
"ttlcc In Savings Hank building '
CAItTHK & ItALi:vTTOItNlVSAT
law. Jjf lice In Savings Ilank billdlngf
ii. k. coLi.init, lawyhp.; oTtice
II noma 7 aud 8, Association building.
HK.NItV J. nnAN, ATTOnXKY AT LAW
., , , , " rend eton, Oracon
SIII.LMAN & l'lRUCR, ATTOHNHYS AT
law. S r. Ntlllmnn baa boen admitted to
practice in United States patent "races
and makes a specialty of patent law'
looms 1U. H, i d 13, AssoclnUon
B. IV O. EI.R8, 1'LNlll.r.TiNL .DUE. NO. 2S
Regular mating. , .r-tiind ihlrd Thursdays
orB.ch mouth All i,m,he , Vis ilu In the
rltf tnc.ii cordially invlt.-d to aitmd lull in
,Ufior bit,..:, (mirt -treet u A Ilinmau.
sr., K R., u. t. llmu, St. rulary.
c KlltllY, rilYSli'iAW Afll)
in Jmtd l.ul dins, room
'phone, rod 1211 . residence
1421, I'cuiiiciun, uickuu.
t&St lfcNT,L SURUKON. Odlce
DI.nti.st. ornun in
tiono red 1411
MIST lil'i iuis ir, Ass
urer acnuiltua new uruu
... r.i.inrtin.p rt n'lit
ftlerlaary tollegc, lidcnuurgli,
Lite Rovcrument veterinary lu-
r llle district li. c ah inmicH
i. irwitKl mi aclentlflc nrlucl-
Kt at I'nioms Btublc, Main
iMlte Hotel rcnuieton. ltesi-
UTSUKOKON-DR. D. C. McNABB
Munin'3 1'riig H.ere
Caulul. S5U.UU0: Hurnliia and
raiui. intert-fii on tlino (Iuim.fhis,
Ionian and domestic exchange.
8. UCrow cimhlor; 1. M. Kemp,
itur.iis' hank or wkstox,
rrimniiy uiienueu 10. ii. jbd-
lat. J. It. KLlcnrc. cnahler: dl
li. i. HortL.nu. M. M. Johns, T.
G. D (!raw. J I'. Kllgore, Itob
, 0. V rroebstcl.
l ouoweu nn n i unje ueiiosiui.
buttbt and sold on nil nrlucltial
iwriai niiennim riven tn chiiim.
i seoerai iiiinuinir iti.Kiin.KM. i.:r.
j fsa Francisco. New Y'ork and
I Nnt In the Nortbveest. IJrafU
iCWoa, Japan and Kurope. Slakes
m reaionahle terms. Levi An
il. Bit, r.ihier; II 'j. Jjbus n,
mijn's nnsoiiT you aiiii invited.
I iec leading room. Why not Join and
pet the advantage of free bath, me of
punching bug and other equipments. In
cluding library and reading roomY Terms
l.(Ki to Join and BOc a month dues.
DAMON LODGH NO A MCRTS BVKUY
Monday evening In Secret Society hall,
IjiDow block, at I'endleton, Ore. It. W.
I'lctchcr, IC, II. S. ! W. J. Keyes. C. C.
AMONG THE EXCHANGES OF
THE INLAND EMPIRE
To Have New Trial.
"I simply killed n horso thief, that's
ill," said Georgo S. Miller to a Hferatd
representative before starting back to
Burns for a sorond ' trial. "Colwell
had nothing, to do with It."
The men look the worse after hav
ing served 20 months In the state
prison, but the granting of a new
trial gave tnem great hopo and they
willingly return to Harney county
v "It has been two long weary years,"
whispered Miller, "but my wffe has
stood by me as only a wlfo will. Sho
has kept things going at our ranch
down In Harney county and at tne
same time has given my case every
moment's time that was required. It
Is through her persistence that tbe
lawyers have kept at work In tho
case and finally secured a new trial.
It is thought that tho prisoners will
tako a rhangc of venue from Harnuy
county next trial and that Colwell will
possibly ct cleared and that Miller
may get his case reduced to man
slaughter and a lighter sentence.
They wcro both up for llfo under the
sentence just reversed. Baker City
pect to benefit by a political pull.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
IIORSE3 llflAHPEU BY THE WEEK OR
mouth st the ncd Hutu. 7-'3 Cot . uwood
street Rates rcasuusblc. M, L WILLIAMS,
OLD DUTCH HEN V l'EEI) YARD, UOR.
Wct Alt and Lllt.th sirevtc H. A Alio
" prop Lr e, romtorlalilo nallv Plenty
of leod. Horses given careful atwntion.
COMMERCIAL ST 4ULES O. M. FKOOME,
rri.i. F no horses, gm.d rl 's, be-t care slven
tran.leut slo.k. Opp Hotel I'endletou. rhoue
TIIK CITY LIVnitY, ItOAKI) AND SALE
Blab'e Cirney , K-nndv, pr ).rl-ior-. lor
line turnouts. Stock boarded at reason
Hbtoratea. htnble, 119 AlU H, I' on-Main ,01
V. STltof'i.K, DEALER INSncOND
liuud goods. If there Is anvthlng vou
need In new nnd second hand furniture,
stove, grnnlteware and crockery, call and
get his prices. No. 'J12 Court street.
Good News for Lewlston.
The telegiam from Boise publish. !
In the Tribune yesterday morning an
nouncing that tho state land board
had denied tho application of the
Idaho river Improvement company for
; a river Improvement franchise on the
north fork of the Clearwater river,
was read with much cheerfulness by
the I-ewlston people yesterday.
All the independent mill men on
the river joined In the movement,
fully realizing what a monopoly of
that stream by any concern meant.
In all quarters the view Is now held
that no further attempts will ever be
made to secure control of tho North
Fork, and all citizens now feel that
the last menace has been removed
to the establishment of bis milling
plants at I.ewlston or at other points
on the main stream.
This means that the Clearwater
will remain an open river a" th.it
large mills can with safety be estab
lished along the stream, free from
Intcrfetence by people who may ex-
Two Men Blown Up.
An accident occurred at the mine
of S. T. Culp. about 10 miles from
Boise, last night that nearly cost two
men their lives, says tho Boise News.
John Starkey, a resident of Ilolso,
and another man whoso nntno is not
learned, were blown 40 feet by nn
explosion of giant powder nnd both
arc now In comparatively good con
dition, having received no permanent
While closing their work for the
day their tent caught fire, and the
men were hastening back from tho
tunnel In which they, hail been work
ing to extinguish tho fire. When
within six feet of the tent tho explo
sion of 15 pounds of dynamite In tho
tent sent them 40 feet Into oblivion.
Starkey was badly cut about the
left side of his face, a largo gash ex
tending over his eye and his cheek
bono and ear being badly cut. His
eyes aie both swollen dreadfully nnd
tho sight of the left ono Is gone, al
though tho doctor says that It may re
turn If the concussion Is not too se
vere, The younger man Is not hurt to
speak of, only a few bruises being
sustained. He Is deaf In consequence
of the explosion, but will doubtless
be all right in a lew days.
Cancelling Old Taxes.
The county commissioners have
taken up the matter of cancellation
of a large amount of delinquent taxes
that are carried on tho tax rolls for a
period of years dating from 1S7S up
to 11102. The amount of the delln-
quency Is about $1S",000. The board.
! with the assistance of Deputy Audi
. tor John W. McGheo Jr., and Bert
I Painter, commenced work this morn
, Ing of going over the rolk for tho
i years mentioned and selecting what
1 taxes they considered collectable, and
j entering the amount in a new tax
j roll. It will bo turned over to the
j county treasurer with Instructions lo
I make the collection as soon as prae
' tlcnble. All that the board consid
ers cannot bo collected will be can
celled. Walla Walla Statesman.
.o v co' nic'Hwiin ii,.-j.
, n.tl. ..'alio Inw V.. 1 t au Vm I tn I...
not lst.-r IhHii s. mlnutcH.
P.O. wronuec.s mm Atf. 2.
Ol'IIDANE & McliltOOM, I'AWNilROK
ers nnd second band dealers, have moved
to the new Melnrkey building, on West
Court street. Uoods bought and sold,
FOR KENT FURNISHED AND UNFUR
nlslied r 101ns. Clean quiet J.Ikcc, 801 Sjuib
NEAT, CLEAN, WELL KEPT FURNISHED
Rooms to rent. Well Incited. Mrs. Sirahon,
3ft! Water street; cor Johuson.
FOtTltENT -GOOD FRONT ROOM, BC1TARLE
for two gentlemen or two ladles Call Rl CIO
WNTEC BY A COMPETENT, REI.UBLS
man, mere ntlle position ; am good book
keeper. Address T. 11. Mcuroom, 1.0 W. Court
WANTED YOUR ORDERS FOIt EN
graved cards, wedding Invitations, etc.;
100 engraved visiting cards with plate,
$l.r.0; additional cards In future, 1 per
hundred. The East Oregonlan.
TJPn A CCf im.inm (I ,
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"i 'oolldlngs In the city or coun-
IT, Judd building.
I ti . . . ....
Lit Im at sua fin.nlul,IU i,n.i
"u a specialty, rrompt
-p wu imuc sireei. near Aiaia.
1. 1.11 I'I'AI ( us A n- llllllll II
kui "MHiBi mime waiin. CLC.
ban OregonUa ofOce.
"v. aFSUCiailOD UIOCK. i'Cn
UOKut walks ft tueclaltr. Ea
mij, i) un EUssrani.eHJ.
At Hurt I no M. r .
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si i., . '"uito "AM run-
.Wf IftUjrlne linilfiA a. CI",, nant.n
"r- soe will l-, M.in,i c. ,u h
liJLi ia i lium-Bun
."wd, well, ivi.ci .,... xm
veuirauy located, uoiy
vuurj Btceei. iiates rtA-
COI'Ni'n iiM vi.
i . . .., nuu . . ij
lii c.r" ?' prop' -'cHetoo
ia.iiuu. i. jneit, pro-
. .Wit , Ih. '.. . .
J .lce. Ii. u.likbardi.
WANTED ADVERTISERS TO MALE
use of these clnssllled columns. It you
have somethlug you have no use for, otter
to trade It for something that some other
body may have nnd have no use for, some
thing tbut you may need In your business.
Y'oy may have an extra horse that jou
may wish to trade for a cow or a vehicle.
Somebody may have the cow and vehicle
nnd want the horse. 15c or 25c want ad
will probably do the business.
SINGER 8KWINO MACHINE pmcie, HI)
c-nti... .tMtnt r..nn!rH for all niacblner
I-. A ldVCIUK, Wl-SP.
Oranges, 40-S0c doz.
Cranberries, 15c per quart.
STOCK SALT IS NOW
CHEAP IN PORTLAND.
All Brands of Tea More Active on
Account of Prospects of War
Oregon Produce Coming to Port
land Markets In Great Quantities
Potatoes and Onions Are Firmer
Eggs 25 to 26 Cents In the Metropolis.
SEWER CONTRACTORS REED A- LAFLER
make connections .iw iu w..i wi
ntea houses aud prlvato residences. Terms
reasonable. Leavo orders at T O. Taylon
FOR SALE-TWO GOOD FKKol! MILCH
cows. ?i jerncj, . ,u v j,
Tachallt, tJaxe Station.
r. 8 MERRILL, SPOKANE, WAdli.. ACT.,
Donsmore. Becoud UaJ machines, suspllcs
WK DYE TO LIVEHAVE YUR CLOTHES
SliOnsTOa sur preim ivi - -
City 8am Cleaning and Dyeias; Works, M
V. ilta. 1'hone ited 331.
FOE SALE AT TUB BAST OliEGO.MAN
office-Law bundle, of newspaper,
cintilnlng over 100 big papers, can tw ob
tained lor -O t'OIHU m .....
WM, I'";, VOUNKA WILL I WMJMra
Correspondence solicited. CommUsloa rca
mUiible. I'. O. box 20G, I'endleton.
DRESSMAKING. CUTTING ANE
Lli .... .-rr j 1
sii." nJllAL'. CO.. JOK
WMr.hVlce '? 8Imi Knk
tsun.a-?'M.cu "t title to all
Vffvr . sVctUUIUI UD CILT
MlS uys and tells all
.ca. , .. . .will ihit
b '""nttalllenc. ii.f.,.n
k&. i'iT-V.ee Pre.
44 iV .I'BPItESENTB TaiJ
tfK "oponie.". ""ofSS1 Kth
ifiS t land 6i.
JM tJiSPWace and collections.
'MIUIT. Iiiai. in
"snluTaU , l..vi beep tafcp UP by tho marshal
o! the city of I'endletoD, to witr
briiid on left shoulder, scar on right hind foot,
on la aide, braudad O over M on let t stltle .
rWblei weight l;Aj o.rAu pound.t
bZdf, weht m or lit pounds, rescued
no?.'rai-niae,12orlS oarsold; dlmbraud
Aftor ens,, at h. city
KSi?. SS? 5S and
Dated '""fiARNEV. c:' iUnbAl
Oil and Sweet Spirits of Eden
"e guaranteed to cure anv
Portland, Jan. 14. Teas are firmer,
the effect of tho war scare In the
Oregon produce arrived in consid
erable quantities and found ready
sale along Front street today, Pota
toes and onions are firmer than they
have been of lato, on account of do
in and in San Francisco, but prices
have not advanced, as dealers are 'f
the opinion that tho demand Is only
Eggs have become firmer under a
lack of receipts and about all that
arrived are being worked off at 25 to
20 cents. Cold storage eggs are con
siderably cheaper, and holders are de
sirous of working them oft before the
Oregon produce becomes too plentl-
Iu groceries, tecs have become
firmer, as a result of tho Impending
struggle between Russia and Japan.
English breakfast and gunpowder
brands are affected, as well as the
Eastern oysters are very firm, the
Baltimore pack having leen short this
Stock salt Is considered a good
buy at this time, as It Is very low, and
there aro Indications of a settlement
between tho two combln.es.
LIVESTOCK Al.D POULTRY.
I The following prices are paid by
I dealers t the producer;
I Turkeys, 1214c.
j Chickens Hens, 7c: $301 per doz-
jen; roosters, 4 to C cents.
Geese, per dozen,
Ducks, per dozen, J3.501.
Butter, 00075c, good.
Eggs, fresh, 40c.
CHOICE SEEF CATTLE, ET1,
Cows,' $2.50 02.76.
Hogs live, 41,45c.
Hogs, dressed, G07c.
Veal, dressed, CG7c.
HAY AND FEED.
Chop barley, $22.00 per ton; 114c
Chopped wheat, $1.40 per 100.
Bran, CO cents per sack.
Shorts, $1 per sack.
Oats, l4 cents per lb.
Alfalfa, loose, $13 per ton.
Wheat, loose, $13 per ton.
i Timothy, baled, por ton, $20,
RETAIL GROCERY PRICES.
Coffee ocho and Java, best, 40c
per lb.; next grade, 35c per lb; lower
grade?, coffee, 25c to 15c per lb.;
package coffee, 20c per lb., 3 pack
ages for 50c.
Rice Best hood rice, 12c per
lb.; next grade, 10c per lb.
Sugar Cane granulated, best $0.50
per sack; do 13 lbj $1.
Salt Coarse, $1.10 per 100; table,
$2.50 per 100.
Flour B. B., $4.25 por barrel; Wal
ters' $4.25 por barrel, $1.10 per sack.
Bacon 14018c per lb.
Ham 1718c por lb.
Coal oil $1.65 for S ealloas, $3.i0
Lard 7uc pounds; i.iu in puuuuh.
Carrots, 2c por lb.
Potatoes, lc per lb.
GarU , 10c per lb.
Cabbage, 3c per pound. ,
Beets, 19 lbs. 25c.
Onions, 3c per pound.
Parsnip, 10 lbs. 25c.
Celery, 10c bunch, 3 bunches 25c.
Lettuce, hothouse, 5c bunch.
Kraut, 10c quart, 40c gallon.
Mince meat, 1214c per pound.
lv.ncnrn filiallod. 8 1-3 cents ner
pound; ou cob, C cents per pound.
Bananas, 40c dozen,
Apples, 75cfjJl$l per box,
Lemons, 40c dot.
LOCAL HIDE MARKET.
The following are the prevailing
average prices for hides In this mar-
ket; beef, green, 4c per Ib.j beef,
dry, !O0124c; mink, BOc each,
with a possibility of $1 each if tLo
size Is good and tho condition prlmo;
coyote, 60 0 75c; bear skins, accord
ing to quality and size, from ,3 lo
$15; coon, 35040c; horso, xitfi.zb;
sheep, green, Cc; sheep dry, 7Hc;
lynx or bob cat, 16030; skunk, 25c;
We Offer One Hundred Dcllai Reward
for any cm- of rntarrl. ttmt cannot be
cured y lian a i;aiarru t uie.
I J. CHENEY L CO., I'rops., Toledo, O.
W. the iinderslened. have known Y. J.
Cheney for the last 1 years, untl bUvt
mm perreciiy uonorauie in an nummm,
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by their Orm.
VcliWl Aw TKUAA, MHOICTBie l,ruK.u,
WAI.DINfl. KI.N.VAX A MAHVIN. Wbol
al Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall'i Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Price 75c Pr
bottle. Sold by nil druggists, itsiimoniais
free. . .
llull'd Family i'llh. urr the U-,t.
Liabilities and Assets.
At tho end of a day's Journey u
traveller stopped lor a night at a
small rancher's bliack In Mmitunu. Ah
he sat an" tho doorstop with, his hosl
a troop of children began playing
about lliem. The New York Timos
reports this conversation:
"These children all youis?" In
quired tho traveler.
"Lets see," and tho rauchur Jienl
tatlngly began counting them on his
Pretty soon a drov of hogs came
"Yours?" asked the traveller.
"Five hundred aud sixty-three,"
was the' Instant response.
In 1898 Mrs. Jack Gardner, of Bos
ton, Imported a large number of val
uable paintings duty freo as "public
exhibits." Shu has kept them for six
years in her private apartments and
must now pay a fluty of $20,00(1 mioii
Swell slippers at Teutsch'e.
1 .gai !
Two Trains to tho East Dally
TliMiiffh Pullman standard andTmirUt ,1m.
Ing cM dally to Omaha, Chicago; tonrlst
tlorplng ear nallr to Kansas CPy; throngs
Pullman tourist sleeping cars peisonally con
ducted) weekly to Chicago, Knsa. Ctty, re
clining chair ears (test, free) to tho Ktst dally.
pitiht Tlmo SuIumIiiIh irhiti
ro Vrnm l't'iullotoii rxoM
Portland Portland Special No. 1 The K.l
MHO 9:00 a.m.
Chicago Chlcago Special No, 2 Portland
5:13 pm Sinni
Portland Mall and Express No. 8 The East
ltl.S) l m It'Aim
ThoKM Mall and K. press No. 6 Portland
W a m i..i) a m
l'endtelon Passenger Hnokaa.
No 7 8 .11 p a
Spokane Spokane I'as.euier
'.i:10 a m Nn. 8
Pendielon Hranch , ,. ,, ,
Mixed Train No. It 3' I1 m
VAN MAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel in Pcndlet
and as good as any.
Ocean and River Schedule.
Ail sailing dapts sub
a-iim m Jtt to chanjte.
8 nop ni.
10 SO p m.
To A.lorla and Way
Ii p. m,
1 3X1 p. su.
Wllliunettn Ulvi r.
Boats leave Portland dally, eirept Snnda
'stage of water permitting) for Wlllameue am
Yamhill River points.
Rlparla lo Lewlston
7 xti a. it
F. V. WAMBLEY, Aaant. 1'cndlslon.
Chicago, St Paul, St. Louis, Kan.
s is City, St. Joseph, Omaha and
All Points East and South
Portland and points
oa tbe Sound
Arrive at Pendleton Monday, Wednes
day and Friday, 1.45 p. m. Tues
day, Thursday and 8aturday, 11.45
Leave Pendleton, 7 p. m.
.Ajavu nan. ,, aii uaiir,vtui IMfimu. .1 Ml j,, jj,
Arrive Walla Walls dally, -test bouna,lo:l5a. m
For lulormation regarding rates and accom
modalloni, call on er address
W, A I) AMU, Agent
8. X. CALUKRHEAI), O. 1'. A.,
wans nana, nainiuiion.
Tlie Hotel I'endluton has nisi
been refittetl and rcdirnished
tnrougliout Plione and fire
alarm connections with all rooms.
LSatlis iu suites nnd single rooms.
Hosilquartera Tor Travoling Mm
uommodlons Samplo Rooms.
Rates $2 & $250
Special rotes by week or niontli
I'iMiiipt Dinliigrooni Hervictj.
Bar and billiard room in oonnectlos
Only Three Blocks from Decet
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB ST8.
! I ii null II IH
Ubu. DAIIVEAU, Prop.
Elegantly l urnishcd
Hlock and a half from depot.
Sample room In connection.
ROOM RATE 50c, 76o, $1,0
TIE HOTEL BICKERS
(Formerly Golden Rule;
MEN AND WOMEN.
Vm Mf 43 for onatlortf
(rriftloni r lcfttioti
of nqooui BHMlfnnM.
ti.l T..a anil nnt skattrlsTir
HutL, .-s.A cant ur polwnoui
Mm Obwms m
pr fKDl lit pUln -rajji
Lv sittrMt. Lratiaid. torn
f.oo, or a botii: .R7I.
Clrculr atbt u ruC
Mi SaliJ-Peii Gapsiks
a rnrrivi mme
of tk lUadJar aad UUtaMd
KMasfa., Me tsn go .
Oarae aalsUy aa4 rtrtu
naatlf ftW went pasas f
no BUbtUroi bow tWdff UaJ'
Biuld bv AiuMiAaU. frtiia
TNI UMtumm GO,
y F, W. Schmidt Co.
S0 Orlalnal and.Oulf (lenuloe.
fc.f lJar4 Urmtil, -l t tract.
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,cV c nn iu:rii' uni.i.ixii u
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ic,c..'wc mu4 4 era,, IwtlaiMl.. Ic S"af
i.Jcr., imiwwi.i. ,,"
,sl,.. i,7c.i.n it.'l. a, it; ail
1 1,1c. t'liUbttCrl h.wl.al
HadUH a.iai.ce, I'lllLA. I'A.
Rbeumalisni Positively Citreti
Hv Oil and Sueet SniriU of 1'iWo.
Money-buck Good. A. C. KO BPl'ItK ft
cc, e..in . ... t n.....lli....
Utvtf,., .WiU n(cuu cut I rc.t.crcwM,
The East Oreoonlan ii Eastern Ore.
gon'6 representative paper. t leads
and the people appreciate It and allow
It by their liberal patronage. It Is the
advertising med.jm of this section.
llemodeled nnd refurnished tbroujjs
out Krcrytfclng neat, clean sad us-to-date.
rlteuD heat ans! ultnasl
lights, licet cuisine. 1'rorapt Bereie.
H. E. BICKERS, Pref.
Asuiitaa riaa. Si net dar aad acccttaa.
tfecadaaatters far tomVlata aa4 CMcavcrcial tcsst
alert. Sstal faUa asaSe lo lassillea sad ticbMSj,
caUtmtai. Tkc aaaMfeaical still fcsj saatsSisT,'
at all Ussts lo ahoac rosaau suad 'sin ncta. St
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ImiirH uism plestuiitly.
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ami slioollim irallcry Kvety
llilnu llmt-, law,
'I'HMl'KHANI H UKl-lllCHH.
MEN'IB and clgutx, sluokal
entertainment every evening.
Robinson's Parlors I
Under W. & 0. Depot.
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OaanS a4 L&alr riuftan.r
atalralt sans jfca araM cavaaa u M au yaaas fertewtrcam
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uaiaoua. cWuntraa. AddrtMS, Blaiiop Hameay sjo., awn rrttna.ao, ,
& Co., Druggists,
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