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J. R. N. BELL, - - Proprietor.
FINEST JOB OFFICE
IN DOUGLAS COUNTY.
CABDS, BILL HEADS, LEGAL BLAHS,
; And other Printing; Ineiucffig .
Large asd Km Pesters ail Earl-Ms,
- ; Seatly and expeditiously sxMuted
AT PORTLAND PRICES.
One Year -Six
' 1 50
These are the terms of those p&ying in adTance The
Rbvjew offers fine induoements to Klrertiaers. Terms
ROSEBURG, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1885.
LANE &. LANE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office on Main street, opposite Cosmopolitan
J. C. FULLERTON,
ATTORNEY AT .LAW,
Office In Marks' brick, up stairs.
. A. F. CAMPBELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW ,
Office Next door to Uoyan's Store.
W. H. MOORE,
General Insurance Agent.
O Rice at Court Mouse,
ROSEBURG. : : ; ; OREGON.
It. ii. HCItOUiiS, JIU ...
lite li 1 12tte -fVen.t9
Office with Lane & Lank, opposite the
ItOMeborg. Douglas County,-Oregon.
ALL KINDS OF REAL ESTATE AND CITY
property Bought, Sold or Leased on Com
mission. Exchanges of Real Estate effected.
Watctata, Jeweler and Optician,
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Dealer In Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
Spectacles and Eyeglasses.
AND A FULL USE OF
Cigass, Tobacco & Fancy Goods.
Tht only reliable Optcmer in town for the proper adjust
ment of Spectacles ; always on band.
Depot of the Genuine Brazilian Pebble Spec
tacles and Eyeglasses.
Office In Hamilton Brick Block,
Boot and Shoe Store
On Jackson Street, Opposite the Post Office,
Keeps on hand the largest and best assortment of
Eastern and Han Francisco Boots and
Shoes, Gaiters, Slippers, ,
And everything In the Boot and Shoe line, and
SELLS CHEAP FOR CASH.
Doots and Shoes Made to Order, and
i Perfeet Fit Guaranteed.
I use the Best of Leather and Warran all
Repairing Neatly Done, on Short Notice.
I keep always on hand
TOYS AND NOTIONS.
Musical Instruments and Violin Strings
X Tt. M INTI E,
Ko.ll Kearny St., Han Francisco, Cal.
Treats all Chronic. Special and Private
diseases with wonderful bt'ccehm.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
A NEVER FAILIVO
fctORE for Nervous De
bility, Seminal Weak
ness,. Exhausted Vital
LOST MAN llOOU.
j Impotency, Paralysis,
rrostaiorrncea, and all
the terrible effects of
Self-abuse, youthful fol
lies and excess in ma
rarer years, such as
J Lobs of Memory. Lassi.
tnde. Nocturnal Emissions, aversion to society.
Dimness of Vision. Noises in the Head, ex
cesses In drinking Intoxicating liq
uors, the vital fluid passing unobserved in
the urine, and many other diseases that lead to
insanity and death.
Ir. allntle. who is A Regular Physi
cian, Graduate of the University of
Pennsylvania, will agree to forfeit Five
Hundred Dollars for a case of this kind
the Vital Kestoratlve- (under his special
advice and treatment) will not cure, or for any
thing impure or injurious found in it Ir.
Sllntle treats all private diseases successfully
without mercury. Consultation Free.
; Thorough examination and advice, including
analysis of urine, $5.00. Price of Vital Be
storative. $1.50 a bottle, or teur times the
quantity, $5.00; sent to any address upon re
ceipt of price, or C. O. D.. secured from observa
tion, and in private name if desired bv Ir.
Mlntle, 11 Kearny Street, San Fran
elseo. Cal. Send for lists of questions and
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE,
Will be sent to any oneapplyingbyletter.stating
symptoms. Sex and age. strict secrecy in res
gards to all business transactions.
Ir. Mlntle' Kidney Remedy, JfE
PIIRETiCUM, Cures all kinds of Kidney
and Bladder Complaints, Gonorrhoea, Gleet,
Leuchorrhcea, etc For sale by all druggsits; $1
a bottle or six bottles for $5.
RR.ailXTlE'S RAXDELIOTtf PILLS
are the best and cheapest l1TSPEPttlA and
jiiLiiuiiM cure in tne market. For sale by
inSTfGfcv DR. LIEBIG'S
Men who are bl-ffkb
H F A I TH VI Weakness brought on h
cesses, causing nervous debility, premature
aecay. loscmannooa, eic.naving tried in vain
every Known remedy, snouia procure imniedi
atelv DR. LIEBIG'S IN VIGOR ATO tt Kfi 9
THE DOCTOR will agree to forfeit $1000 for
a case undertaken, not cured. The reason why
o many cannot get cured of weakness and
above diseases is owing to a complication called
JrtlUai Ai01tlJrii!.A wun Hyperesthesia,
whioh reouires SDecial treatment.
DR. LIEBIG'S INVIGORATOR NO. 2. under
our advice and special treatment, is the only
Dositlve euro for PROSTATORR1IEA.
DR. LIEB1G & CO. for the past nineteen years
nave maae an exclusive specially or tne treat
ment of diseases of men.
If pimples appear on the face, if you become
listless and desDondent. look out for the compli
cation with Seminal W eaknesa and loss of Vi
tality known as Prostatorrhea. Hundreds of
lives have been lost, ana tnousanas nave lost
their nrooertv and pleasure in life from its ef
fects. Varicocele, or wormy veins of the scro
tum, often the unsuspected cause or ixst Man
hood. Debiltv. etc. DR. LIEBIG'S Invigorator.
No. 2. is the onlv known remedy for the above
complication, and a perfect and permanent
cure win be guaranteed; in an cases unaertaxen
anner our special aavice ana treatment.
Most nowerf ul electrio belt free to patients,
To prove the wonderful power of the INVIG
ORATOR, A $2 BOTTLE GIVEN FREE.
Call or address,
Dr. Llcblff A Co's Private Dispensary
- 400 Geary St., San Francisco, Cal.
I f jtli
-HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Boots and Shoes.
Wool and Produce of Every Description Bought
A3fD THE VERY 1I1UIIEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR THEM.
MRKH &. OO-, -
3riX JL 'CmErSL TLX Jbr I
But bejfore you do that come 'round to
Buy a New Set of Harness
OB A SADDLE.
One of the Biggest and Best Stock of Goods
f but ths best leather, and havs got
EVERYTHING- IN THIS LINE
W. Gr- Woodward, Roseburg Or.
SHERIDAN BROTHERS, ROSEBURG, OREGON.
They would announce that they have just received and now have on
hand one of the largest stocks of
Ever brought to Douglas, and, when added to their
Stoves of all Patterns and Ready-made Tinware,
They are prepared to declare they have the
ern Oregon, wh ich they propose selling Cheaper than any one can purchase elsewhere.
In the shape of BUILDING MATERIALS, in the way of Locks, Butts, etc., we can offer
superior inducements to purchasers. Try us.
We can give you bargains in the following
The best of workmen are constantly employed
buyers should learn our prices.
We have also bargains to offer in GUNS,
well as in Shotguns and Pistols.
We are also Aeents for the White. Peerless
we sell at lowest rates and warrant as complete
-A.vexill and Rubber Paints,
The best in the market, at lowest rates. Give
prices, ana we promise to
Home Hade Furniture,
OPHOLSTERY, SPRING MATTRESSES, ETC,
Constantly on band.
have the Best
STOCK OF FURNITURE
South ef Portland,
And all of my own manufacture.
, No Two Prices to Customers.
Rwiklent. of Douglas County ara requested to fire m a
call bet ore purchadng eLtewhw. .
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
The Betters' Guide is issued Sept.
. and March, each year: 224 pages, 8 J xllj
inches, with over 3,300 illustrations
a whole picture gallery. Gives wholesale
prices direct to consumer on all goods for
personal or -w family use.
Tells how to f """"V erder, and
gives exact I cost of ev
erything you I i J I use, drink,
eat, wear, or V N- J hare fun
with. These invaluable
looks contain information gleaned from
tlie markets of the world, we will mail
a cony Free to any address apoa receipt
of the postage 8 cents. Let us hear
from you. Respectfully,
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
7 A WalMMk Cktoaa, lil.
W. L Fbibdlaxdeb.
- Roseburo;, Oregon.
ever Brought to Town. I use nothing
DON'T FAIL TO CALL ON ME!
beBt supply in their line of any house in South
brands of STOVES not equaled elsewhere.:
Stoves and Ranges, -
in the manufacture of our TINWARE, and
such as Winchester. Sharp and other Rifles, as
and New Home SEWING MACHINES, which
in every respect. We can also supply
us a call, inspect our stock, iaquire as to our
suit you u any one can.
CHINESE WASH HOUSE
SAM YOUNG. - - Proprietor.
THIS POPULAR LAUNDRTMAN HAS
again opened business at his old stand in
Roseburg, on Main street, two doors south of
Bowen's blacksmith shop. He is prepared t
Or Chinese Labor of any description on short
HAVING HAD 28 YEARS JEXPERIENCE
ma .fll.kn..L..l- n . . j. i
n.Kuiu.uriu vregou. i leetconnaens
of giving satisfaction in all work entrusted to
me. I also have a large stock of Watches,
Clocks and J ewelry which will be sold very rea
I have the County-patent right for the sale of
Concrete Cement Pipe for conveying water to
any place desired. L. BELFILS.
W. F. OWENS, : : : ; Ilanagar.
DEAL IN '
Wool and Grain
Also, AGENTS FOR ..
Of All Minds.
WE TRANSACT A GENERAL BUSINESS
n in our line and Day the Highest Market
Prices for Wool and Grain.- fall llae of
Agricultural IuiDlements kept constantly on
hand, or furnished on short notice, at Lowest
Prices. Office and Warehouse OPPOSITE
THE DEPOT. Give us a calL
W. F. OWEX8.
H. O. STAWTOW,
Staple Bry CS-oods,
Keep eonatanUy on hand a general assortment at
Extra Fine Groceries,
WOOD, WILLOW AHD GLASSWARE,
CROCKERY AND CORDAGE,
A full stock of
Such as required by the Public County Schools.
All kinds or Stationery, Toys and
TO SUIT BOTH TOUXO AD OLD.
Buys and Sells Legal Tenders, furnishes
Lheoks on Portland, and procures
Drafts on San Francisco.
CLARK & BAKER, Props.
Ha vine purchased the above named mills of
E.Stephens & Co.. we are now prepared to fur
nish any amount of the best quality of
ever offered to the public in Douglas county.
vve wut.iurnisn at tne mill at tne following
No. 1 rough lumber........ '.......'..$12 VM
No. 1 flooring, 6 inch.. ...$24 $M
jno. i noonng, t men. ...$28 v M
No. 1 nnsihing lumber. .'. ............... $20 M
No. 1 finishing lumber dressedon 2 sides $24 M
No. 1 finishing lumber dressed on 4 sides $26 $ M
CLARK & BAKER.
S. HAMILTON, Agent, Boseburg, Or.
Geo. W. Jones:
Dear Sib I have delayed answering your letter in
order to send you the enclosed certificate. Mr. Bart
Reeve declines to give a testimonial at present tor the
reason that he has been under the treatment of a num
ber of Physicians and thinks that they might not like it
If he were to make the affirmation of the effect your
mineral water naa upon nun. i wui aescribe the case
to you as near as I can : Be had been sick about two
years and an unnatural belt had formed around him
just Deiow the riDs. Me aranK your Mineral Water
three or four days and the belt went off in such a way
as to cause his legs and feet to swell, but that soon dis
appeared, and he is now in comfortable health. The
doctors had all given up that he could not get well.
There are a number of persons here who have spoken to
me ior some or tne water to use in various eases, and 1
would like to use a little myself. I think it is the best
nervous remedy I ever knew. Please send me five
gallons of the water. Respectfully,
E. A. HANSEE.
SEEDS 1 SEEDS !
, SEEDS! '
ILL KINDS OF THE BEST QUALITY.
Promptly attended to and goods shipped
1IACIIEXV A BEXO,
RICHAKD THOMAS. Proprietor.
This Hotel has been established for a mini'
ber f years, and has become very pop.
ular with the traveling public.
FIRST-CLASS SLEEPING ACCOMMODATIONS
-AND THE- . , . .
Table supplied with the Best the Market affords
Hotel at tho Depot of the Railroad.
J. A. HMITH,
Proprietor of the
AM CANDY FACTORY.
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL
stock of Bread. Cakes. Pies. Plain and
Fancy Crackers, etc. Also a fine selection of
r rencn ana American uanaies ana unocoiate
Roseburg Soda Works.
JOIIX XEV1XA13, Prop'r.
H r ANUFACTTJRES A SUPERIOR O.UAL-
ill ity of Soda Water, JSarsaparilla and
uinger Ale. uraers rrom am-oaa nuea wild
promptness and at reasonable rates.
llflll nwi money than atjanything else by takln aa
LIU! agency forth beet selling dook out. tsegin-
1 nrs saecaed grandly. None fail. Terms free.
IlALunRr Book Co Portland, Maine.
The Michigan Man Who Asked No Favor
of the legislature.
Some twelve or fourteen years , ago a
queerly-dressed, eccentric-acting indi
vidual appeared at Lansing during the
session of the Legislature and asked
various members to introduce a bill "to
enable him to build a dam on Wolf
River, somewhere in the northerns
counties. The matter was allowed to
go by default, -and at the next session;
tne oia man showed, up again Taia
lme a bill was introduced, but before
it came up he got tired and went home.
When a third session opened ha
was on hand, but only to be tired out!
a cru in W HnUvo T.naf fall a TViH-!-n,.
who was a member of the House and
remembered the case, met the old man
up the lake shore and said to him:
"1 shall go to the Legislature again,
this year, and vou come to me with
your bill and I'll push it for you."
Uhank ye, but it s no use," replied
theoldtnan. " -;-
"Don't you want the dam?"'
"Fact is, I built the dam before I
asked permission of the law."
Well, 3'ou d better have thinsrs in
iNo use. Dunn' the nrst session the,
dam went with a freshet. During the
second, the mill went on a mortgage.
During the third, Wolf River dried upi
until it wouldn't turn a pin-wheel, and'
I want the Legislature of Michigan to
understand that I'm a free-born Ameri
can "citizen and ask no favors of any-
Doay i Ltetroii f ree tr ess.
Sp Pi ii
Twelve Miles from Roseburg. on
the Cooa Bay Wagon Road.
IV E WIILL!
Any amount of LumberSugar Pino.
Cedar, Yellow Plr, Flooring. Bni
tic. Mouldings, Etc.
WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD
We have aDBointed A. J. RT5LT.OWR
and HENRY GATES agents for Roseburg,
who will have Lumber always on hand.
Will deliver to any part of the city from
the Mill at reasonable rates.
PRICES AT MILL ;
Rough Lumber.;......... T S 9 00 t? M
Flooring......... 18 CO M
Rustic 18 00 Mt M
ROSEBUBCJ, : i x : : OREGON
Ladies will find my Stock Large and Com
plete. Prices Moderate.
MRS. H. E. HOOVER.
THE CENTRAL HOTEL
HAVING AGAIN ASSUMED THE MAN
airement of this well known House, of
which we are the owners, we take this method
of informing the public that it will be
First-Class in Every Particular!
Meals and Lodging per day. 1 00
Free Coach to all Evening Trains.
S. T. & E. Garrison.
HAS JUST OPENED A NEW AND NICE
stock of Family Groceries in the Belftls
Buildinsr. where he will be srlad to see all want
ing Goods in his line. Country produce taken
in exchange. Orders from the country will
receive careful attention.
BUNNELL & BOWEN BEOS.,
Machine Shop, "Wagon Shop,
CAN MAKE CASTINGS FROM 1 OUNCE
to 3 tons wei&rht. Small Cuoola for small
Castings. Money refunded if work is not the
best. Portland prices! Save telegrams and
D. C. McClallen,
raOFRIKTOK Or TBI
Large Sample Booms for Commercial Travelers
Free Coach to and from the house.
Baggage delivered free ot charge.
l. H. OT.1 ALLEY,
Tombstxjnes, Tablets, Etc.
Shop Rear of llogran's Store.
First right-hand room, up stairs, over Marks
Bepairs and Alterations Neatly Cone.
The Cowboy ata Ha la.
CBfll Nye ia Puck.
So much amusing talk is being made re
cently anent the blood-bedraggled cowboy
of the wild west that I rise as one man to
say a few things, not in a dictatorial style,
but regarding this so-called or so es teamed
dry land pirate who, mounted on a little
cow-pony n4 under the black flag, sails out
across the green surge of the plains to scat
tor the rocky shores of Time with his fellow-man.
A great many people wonder where the
cowboy, with his abnormal thirst for blood,
originated. . Where did this young Jesse
James, wl.h his gory record and his daunt
less eye, ; come fromt Was he born in a
buffalo wallow at the foot of some rock
ribbed mountain, or did he first breathe the
thin air along the brink of an alkali pond,
where the horned toad and the centipede
sang him to sleep, and the tarantula tickled
him under the chin with its hairy legs!
Careful research and cold, hard statistics
show that the cowboy, as a general thing,
was born In an unostentatious manner on
the farm. I hate to sit down on a beautiful
romance and squash the breath out of a ro
mantic dream; but the cowboy who gets too
tyuch moist damnation : In his, system, and
rides on a gallop up and down - Slain street,
shooting out the lights of the beautiful bil
liard palaces would be Just as happy if a
moose ran up his pantafoon-Ieg as you would
THE BLOOD-BEDRAGGLED COWBOT.
One night, while I had rooms in the busi
ness part of a territorial city in the Rocky
Mountain cattle country, I was awakened
at about 1 o'clock a. X. by the most blood
curdling cry of "murder" I ever heard. It
was murder with a big "M." Across the
street, in the bright light of a restaurant, a
dozen cowboys with broad sombreros and
flashing silver braid, huge leather chaper
ajas, Mexican spurs and orange silk neck
ties, with ft ihing revolvers, were standing. It
seemed j that a big red-faced Capt Kidd of
the band, with his skin full of valley tan,
had marched into an ice-cream resort with
a self-cocke in his hand, and ordered the
vanilla coolness for the gang. There being
a dozen! young folks at the place, mostly
male and female, from a neighboring hop,
indulging in cream, the proprietor, a' meek
Norwegian with thin white hair, deemed It
rude and put to do so. He said something
to that effect, whereat the other eleven men
of alcoholic courage let off a yell that froze
the cream into a .solid glacier, and shook
two kerosene lamps out of . their sockets ia
the chandeliers. .
This annoyed the ice cream agriculturist,
and he took the old axe-handle that he used
to jam the ice down around, the freezer with,
and peeled a large area of scalp off the
leader's dome of thought, and it hung down
overhis eyes, so that ha could not see to
shoot with any degree of accuracy.
THE ICS CBEAM AGRICULTURIST WITH THE
After he had yelled "murder f three or
four times, he fell under an ice cream table,
and the mild -eyed Scandinavian broke a
silver-plated castor over the organ of self-
esteem, and poured red pepper and salt and
vinegar and Hal ford sauce and other relisb.es
on the place where the scalp was loose.
This revived the brave but murderous
cow-gentleman, and be begged that he might
be allowed to go away.
The irentle Y. M. CL A. superintendent of
the ten-stamp ice-cream freezers then took
the revolvers away from the bold buccaneer
aud kicked him 'but through a show-case.
All cowboys are not sanguinary; but out
of twenty yon, will generally find one who is
brave when be has his revolvers with him;
but when he forgot and left his shooters at
home on the piano, the most tropical violet
eyed dude can climb him with the butt end
of a sunflower and beat his brains out and
spatter them all over that school district -
WHEN THE COWBOT FORGETS HIS SHOOTERS.
In the wild unfettered west, be ware of the
man who never carries arms, never gets
drunk and always minds his own business.
H- don't go around shooting out the gas, or
intimidating a Kindergarten -school; but
when a brave frontiersman, with a revolver
in each boot and a bowie down the back of
his neck, insults a modest young lady, and
needs to be thrown through a rlate glaw
window and then walked over by the popu
lace, call in the silent man who dares to
wear a clean shirt and human clothes.
Mark Twain t a Detroit Reporter.
"Now don't go off in a hurry, and be sure
and send the rest ot the boys around.
horn vou have made yourself perfectly at
home. You ought to go in and see Cable
before vou leave. He's asleep just at pres
ent, but that needn't make any difference.
Just orod him up and tell him I sent you. 1
wnnldn't have Georze siizbted for the
fc5t Paul Herald: Isaac Clark, of Connec
ticut is 100 years old. If the good die young,
just size up the iniquities of that chap.
A Kallroad King of th Fatura. ,
GEORGE J. GOtTLD, -
There la naught of the dude cr snob about
the elder son of Mr. Jay Gould. Tie is a! out
3 years of ege and promises to ably sue v
coed his father in the, numerous enterprises
in which the latter Is Interested. ; With the
object if giving him a-practical train-In g,
Mr. Gould has had his son accompany bim
on hlsj two months' tour over his western
railways tvery year, and has tlso had him
appointed a director in many : of the com
panies, j, It was with this ead in view
that : he purchased a ; New : York ' news
paper .j that George might also become
acquainted with newspaper management.
The Grand Opera House,. New York, was .
still another toy for the youth's instruction.
No doubt time and time again his attention
is called to the superior advantages he enjoys
over his father, who, at theagaof16, was
peddling rat traps, but by the time he was
20 bad become of importance enough in the
world to have a town named after him
Gouldsborough, Pa. Mr. Gould has three
other sonsbasida Gaorge, and two daughters.
President of the New York Press Club.
amos J. cumcrxGs.
.Mr. Cummingsis one of -the best known
journalists in America. When twelve years
old he learned to set type, and at thirteen
1 if". Yist.a an1 vrWI tkAn-Vittif fln Atn
uuuiw uu 14 a i ourM iiu vug uvus ud ,u uu
try, setting type in nearly every state in the
Union. 1 He served his term in the army in
the Twenty-sixth New Jersey Volunteers,
corresponding meantime with The Newark"
Journal and The Mercury. He was officially
mentioned for gallantry in the battle on the
heights; of Fredericksburg, May 6, 1861 He
entered; The Tribune editorial rooms in the
fall , 1864, being placed in charge of the
weekly.) He was afterwards night editor.
city editor and political editor of The Tribune.
He went to The JSun as managing editor in
December, 1S6S. He was afterwards manag
ing editor of The New York Express, but
soon returned to The Sun, where he has since
remained as correspondent and associate
editor. ! At the most hotly contested election
ever held by the New York Press Club,
which numbers SCO members, Mr. Cummings
was elected, president, proving hiii popularity,,
among New York journalists, ,
President of the National Cattle and
Horse Grower's Association.
col. b. d. buster.
The business of t "stock raising" has be
come of so great importance through the
amount of capital invested and tie extensive
territory required that a national conven
tion, the first of its kind, was recently held
in St Louis, which was attended by nearly
1,000 delegates representing an aggregate
capital of $2,000,000,000. The convention
lasted one week and beside formulating sev
eral measures to be brought before congress
for the protection of their interests resulted
In the formation of a permanent organisa
tion to be known as the National Cattle and
Horse Grower's association. Coif R. D.
Hunter, a well known enterprising citizen
of St. Louis, was chosen its first president.
The Newspaper of tue Future.
(San Francisco Argonaut)
;v If a barn blows down there will , be a
diagram of the premises; tiov of the barn
before being blown down; view of the barn
while being blown down; view of tho ruins;
interview with the hired man, who says he
always knowed it was going to blow down;
interview with owner, with bis and other
theories on barns blowing down; interview
with Professor Mugwump, the distinguished
Chicago savant, with bis views as to the
reason why barns blow down'rather than
tip; comparative table of barn mortality in
this artd other state forth last forty years,
showing percentage of barn blown down
compared with, the illiterate vote; history of
barns from the . earliest time to the present;
statement of loss, etc.
las Iloed for K central Ion,
Wall Street News.
He placed his hat and cane on . chair and
took his seat, with the remark: "Your wife
has been a member of my congrj ation for
the last two years. Yea," I tlieve so.
"And I have felt it my duty to hve a short
conversation with , you in regard to your
own souL I desire to speak with you more
particularly in regard to gamblitg in grain.
Do you realize the enormity of tt e ofTenser"
"I think 'I do ; just read that It was a
'tlegram from Chicago reading: "Oar loss
tn the late deal will be about $14 000 each."
rhe preacher didn't wait for any further
wrnssling,n beinx conrinesl that hi
"hearer" must realize the enormity, and
somo thing to boot, '
W -O' ) i