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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1886.
A HUNDRED THOUSAND BEGGARS IN
i THE FRENCH CAPITAL.
Territory of the Professional Mendicant
! The Thousand and One Trials of Street
i Impostors Hideous Sights and Pathetic
- Scenes Refinement of Infamy.
What, indeed, can be done with the
mendicants of Paris? Arrest them. What
then can be done with them? The depots
de mendicite are full, the hospitals are
fall; the prisons are too small for the as
sassins and robbers.
It must not be forgotten that among the
professional beggars there exists a species
of tacit conventions. They divide Paris
between themselves the arrendissements,
the quarters, and even the honsej. At a
' certain yard or court, for example, there
will come every Monday a blind man,
very Tuesday a paralytic, every Thursday
a one-legged man. It is not chance that
regulates that. This particular place be
longs to them, and if an intruder is found
in possession the three "proprietors" join
forces and turn him away, with a warning
not to come back. Or, in some) instances,
if he is humble and modest, they may au
thorize him to glean after they have gath-
- ered the harvest. A beggar's location is a
property it is sole, it is trasferred, it is
left .as an inheritance to his children.
I do not know how many mendicants
there are in Paris. Statistics would give
you the exact figures. It would even de
compose the latter into the number of
men, women, boys, and girls. What I can
gay is that at the lowest estimate there
are certainly arcasineurs (house beggars),
ramaaliqueurs (court or yard beggars), and
beggars of the street, or tendeurs de demi
nune, something like 100,000.
PROFESSIONAL "ABTI8TS" OF THE STREET.
Of these there are more than one quar
ter that are worthy of sympathy the
- aged, the maimed, the indigent; the others
are "artists." I will not stop to relate all
the stories about The "false cripples," the
beggers that feign epilepsy by putting a
piece of soap into their mouths, the "false
, one-armed" impostors who stretch their
arm down their body, hold the hand on the
hip, and" leave the empty sleeve flapping:
. the humbugs on crutches, who carry a leg
as If it were paralyzed. There are ahun
'dred tricks. There are substances, plants,
that have a blistering effect on the skin
and produce hideous sores everything
that can move the public these rascals
never fail to employ.
The arcasineur who forms the elite of
mendacity in Paris resorts to the most in
genious schemes. He does not weep for a
sou. He must do better than that. He
demands pardon, he accepts assistance.
If he does you the honor to apply to you it
is because he esteems you. He does not
take everybody into his confidence in such
delicate matters. So if you give him only
100 sous he puts on a wry face.
"My dear friend," said one of them to
me, "I have a splendid offer. A deputy
wants a man to run a newspaper. It is a
place worth 5,000 or 6,000 francs, in the
country a fortune. But what am I to
do? I must go down there to see him;
that takes money. With a louis I am
saved, but I have no louis. Oh, if some
friend would come to my aid."
I give him the louis; the next day I met
the same fellow, who imperturbably accosts
me with: "My dear fellow, I missed the
Those that the police are most occupied
with are the street beggars. Look at them
displaying their hideous wounds in the
full gaze of everybody! Ugh!
And what is the saddest of all, see at the
corner c ' the square that woman with an
air of suffering, a face on which are writ
ten the traces of want and despair. In
her arms is a baby, at the right lies a little
girl, at the left is couched a little boy.
The whole form a group knowingly ar
ranged, and pathetically interesting.
Well, all that is sham. The woman is a
fraud, the young ones on hand for the oc
casion. Frightful, is it not? Yet it is
trua. They hire these children, the
wretches. They hire them to make vaga
bonds and thieves of them.
The child is trained to assume a sickly
and woe-begone air, to weep, to beg. Who
has not been moved to pity at the sight of
a little boy or girl of 5 or 6, who was weep
ing bitterly because, as she said, she had
to take home. 20 sous as she had not been
able to "make them." The child was ly
ing; she was repeating her role. Her pro
prietor was near by laughing in his sleeve
at the young one's falsehoods and well
THE REFSE1E-TS OF CRUELTY.
It id children that most move us to pity.
They know it, the wretches, and abuse it.
Would you believe they torture them in
order to excite the sympathy of passers
by? Recall the story of the little Nanitte
Lollier, stolen from her mother. She fell
into the hands of one of these professional
beggars, who used her to good profit. She
put a bandage over one of the child's eyes,
under the bandage the shell of a walnut,
in the shell a spider a great black spider,
the constant crawling of which over the
child's eye wrung from her the most
ngohikjng shrieks, and frequently threw
her into convulsions.
Every beggar does not have these refine
ments, but all of them resort to pinching
their children and pricking them with
pins to make them cry and attract atten
tion. What is to be done with all these
Impostors? How can these infamies be
suppressed? If you wish to see a curious
sight go, for instance, to the gate that
leads to the St. Quen cemetery. The
beggars calculate that the affloted are the
most chantable. You will see a
singular scene there. At the foot of
a post which bears the inscription,
"Begging forbidden in the city of Paris,"
you will will see a group of mendicants,
one pointing at you a stump eaten away
by a loathsome disease, another exhibiting
a cancer, a third invoking sympathy for a
doubtful blindness, the fourth thrusting
out two legs of wood. Opposite are a
paralytic, a man with no feet, and a horribly-deformed
cripple. Further along are
epileptics, and . persons affected with the
St. Vitus dance. The entire length of the
avenue is a series of maladies of all sorts,
one more repulsive than the 6ther, a verit
able display of the the human infirmities.
All this abhorrent throagfgroans, weeps,
cries, out, laments, and when the evening
comes they go away arm in arm, the blind
dragging the paralytic, the epileptic
dragging the St Vitus dancers to drink at
at the wine shops of the route de Revolte,
to count their receipts, that vary from 5 to
10 francs, and to go when drunk to sleep
pel m?ll men and women at the Petit
MazoS 6Y the Femme en culottes.
This is what the prefect of police wishes
to destroy--the beggars of Paris an army
of wickedness, a legion of Infamy that
livos by imposing upon the purest senti
ment of the human heart, charity. Paris
oHrrible nd Original
TTnen Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria,
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she became Kiss, she elans to Castoria,
When she had Children, she gmrt them Castoria,
Savs an exchange: "Staid Philadel
phia papers are advising women to
carry revolvers aud learn how to nS3
thein.' The editor of tho Oregonian
should at once apply for tutorship.
General Loo ax has great faith in
the f atuve of Oregon, and predicts that
it can sustain a population as hrge as
the State of Illinois, which is over
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Purulent Ulcers, Nervous and Phy
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rejuvenating the entire system. This great
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Six b'lttles for
I AM PREPARED TO DO
Work in this line, and ask a share of
the patronage of Roseburg .and vicin
ity. ELMIXA V. CRUMP.
i-ext door to L.Eclfils Jewelry Store, ltosbeurg Or.
OPPOSITE CARLON'3 LIVERY STABLE.
Board and Lodging per day .....$ I .oo
" " " week 5.00
" Without Lodging..... 4.00
Meals, 25 cents. Lodging, 25 cents
Thorough satisfaction is promised to travel
ers and the public generally.
MRS- E. GARRISON . Trop.
Joiix Kenedy, Clerk.
O. C. Perkins, Steward.
No Chinese employed .
THE GR.ll'E CUKE.
WITHOUT THE EXPFN3 OF AK
The crystalizeil salts, as obtained in a pure state
from grapes and choice fruit,, in a portable, palat
able, simple form, are now presented to the public of
America as the grandest resolvent of impure blood,
corrector of the liver and regulator of the bowels
the natuial promoter of
HEALTH AND LOXUEV1TY.,
Eminent ohvsiciaug claim this achievement a new
era in the allied science of medicine, as it furnishes
the blood with its natural salines that arc lost or
eliminated ery Uav.
A POSITIVE, NATURAL
SICK HEADACHE AXD
Sal-Muscatclle is Xaturc's own product. It sup
plies to the Hvstem the want of sound,- ripe tfrapes
and fruit; it is the simplest and best preventive and
cure for all functional derangements of the liver and
kindred ailments; prevents the absorption of mal an
al diseases fevers cf all kinds; counteracts the ef
fects of bad air, poor drainage and impure water; a
powerful oxidizer of the blood; a natural specific
for all skin eruptions, sick headaches, biliousness,
nervousness, mental depression, and will remove the
effects of accidental Indigestion from excessive cat
ing and drinking. Have it in your homes and on
your travels. It is a specific for the fagged, weary
Prepaired by the
London Sal-Muscatelle Co.
tOXDOX, E50LJSD. .
Beware of imitation;. The genuine iu "blue
jarSend for circulars C. EV NOVITCH, General
American Manager, r. O Box 1!K3, Xew York City.
Mention this paper. For ealc by S. Ilani'lton Rose
Of interest to Laities-
The new treatment for ladies' dis
eases diicovered by Dr. Mary A. Gregsr,
the distinguished English Physician
and nurse, which has revolutionized the
entire mode of treating these com
plaints in England is now being intro
duced into the IT. S., under a fair and
Sufficient of this remedy for one
month's trial treatment is sent free to
every lady who is suffering from any
disease common to the sex who sends
her address and 13 2ct stamps for ex
pense, charges etc.
It is a po ititre cure fcr any form of
female disease and the free trial pack-
aje is many times sufficient to effect
a permanent cure. Full directions ac
company the package (which ia put in
a plain wrapper) also price list for f u
ture reference. Xo trial package
will he sent offer Oct. 1st 1886. Ad
dress, Greoo Remedy Company, Pal
H. O. Stanton
STAPLE DM GOODS!
THE BEST QUALITY.
GENERAL FURNISHING, '
HOSIERY, TRIMMING &c.
Boots & Shoes
OF THE BEST QUALITY. '
iSSOB it BiULeBA'O;
Wood And Willow
' WARE. '
Subscription received for all Eastern
and European Publications.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Established in 18G7.
! Jacob Bittzcr
Coos' Bay Stage Line!
L1IRO & CALVERT,
THROUGH TO COOS CITY IN 14 HOURS'
WIIERK v-ouiKi'liou is made with Coos Bay Steam
era for all point! on the Cay. Stages leave tbe Post
offic at Krsehurst every morning', except Sunday
calling at the hotels before leaving;.!
THE BEST ROUTE TO COOS BAY
Particular attention given to the comfort of pass
senders. Careful drivers ind g od stock.
would respectfully inform the public that he
has on hand a fine assortment of
Dry Cioods, CIroc cries,
and in fact everything usually kept at a
liist-class store. Give him a call.
Goods at Low Prices.
J AH kinds of froduc
Taken in Exchange for Goods.
nAll orders promptly attendtd to.
ft" ISCELLAN EOUS
UIimi ORE PALACR
UNCLE JOHN GILDERSLEEYE
Has tbe Sliest stock of furniture south ol" Portland
: liicb he sells as cheap ai it can fee bought
ill the State. The new fanjled '
DO UBLE BED LOUNGE. '
Also has on hand a full assortment of beds sod bad-
ding, chairs, tables, - " ; , I
BUREAUS AND COMMODES,
And all kinds of Childrcns Chairs, etc. j
" J. OILDERSLEEVE. J
merchant Tailor J
IrEKPSa Inrgpi and coinploto assortment of Mint.
!L pies of tbe very best materials and latest
stylos. . . )
CLOTHING MADE TO 0RDEB
A perfect FIT Guaranteed ' vr
Cleaning ami Repairing
done j at Reasonable jratcs.
SIIOV Op osits MTSJZH'S Meat Market,
on Jackson Street. i , .
N. P. BUNNELL,
"1AN MAKE CASTINGS FROM OXrj
J outinc to thrco tons weight. Small Cu
pola for small castings. Jloney refuuded if
work is not satisfactory, rortlaud prices !
5ave telegrams and expressae.
UqqI and! Sfia Btord,
Jackson Strcct.OpposIte Post Office,
KtErS OX HAND TUE L-VUCEST AND BEST
assortment of Eastern and San Francisco and
other makes of BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, SLIP
PEKS aud everything in the Boot and Shoe line, and
SELLS CHEAP FOB CASH.)
Boots and Shoes Made to Order, and Perfect
Fit G uarantccd. , :
I use the Lest of Leather and Warrant all
my work. f 1
Repairing Neatly Done, on Short Notice,
Also a full stock of TOYS, NOTIONS
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS and
CIVIL BEND STORE
Dry Goods &rocsic3 etc
All Kinds of ProJuca Taken in Exchange
CIVIL BEND, DOL'U. CO., OREGON.
T. L. Gaxxon, C. A. Dlackjian
Adamson's Old Stand. Jackson Street.
CARRIAGES, HACKS, BUGGIES I
All Kinds of Rejairiug Done, Terms ar
Gasnos & Black ma ji.
W. F. OWEXS, : ; : : . Manager.
Wool and Grain!
ALSO, AGENTS FOR ; v
OF ALL KINDS- i
WK TRANSACT A GENERAL BUSI-
f ness in our line and pay the Highest
Market Prices for Wool and Grain. A full
line of Agricultural Implements kept con
stantly on hand, or furnished on short notice
at Lowest Prices. Office and Warehouse
OPPOSITE THE DEPOT. Give us a Call.
W F. OWENS.
New York Coffee House
And Oyster Saloon1
Leading Check Restaurant
in the City,
SIFERD HACKNEY. PROPRIETORS"
132 FIRST STREET,
fJTrixnte Uounig of tlio LaU'st Desirns (or Ladicr
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. i f
OX HUBBARD CREEii.
CLARKE & BAKER, Proprietoi-8.
We arc now prepared to furnish lumber oi the
best quality in quantities to suit the purchasers,
always having on hand the largest stock of any mill
in Dmigla County. I
We will furnish lumber at our mill at the following
PRICES. ! '
No I rouj;h luuiber......
No, I flooring, 6 inch D 4 M
No. 1 flooring, t inch D & Jl
No. 1 finishing: lumber
....8 to W M
..... 813 M
-. ..810 31
CLARKE k BAKER.
Do you want to buiMjiext season?
that it may bo thoroughly seasoned. It will coat 110 in u'j.
J. O, Booth, 'Crevcfaml, Or. It. A. Hoot h, Drain OP.
fyo'.i knew how cheap-1 sell Bells for Faums, Schools or Ciilrches
You would surely have onf.
I also deal in Threshers, Engines, Mill Machinery, Pi jirs, Iuspirators
(The best Boiler feeder known) Steam Fitting Goods, Belting, Oils. Also
General Agent for, Tie Shipmax Engine, Coal Oil for fuel, No Dust, No
Dirt Send for circular and prices. Office Foot of Morrison Street Pol Hand
(JIVE ME A GALL,
74 T. WRiUHT.
But before you do that come 'round to
W. Gr. WOODWARD'S
Buy a New Set of Harness
OR A SADDLE
One of the Diggcst and Best Stock of Gootls ever Drought to Town. 1
use nothing but the best leather, and have got
EVlillYTII IN IN THIS LINE. DON'T FAIL TO CALL ON ME
W. G. Wopdward9 Roseburg.
lias on hand constantly a
General Merchandise and will be pleased to see Ins old friends
and patrons, as well as new ones, who in co nsideration oftlie
scarcity of money and the present depression in business, will
study their own interests by calling on h;m and examining
QQQm m& prices ;
Before purchasing elsewhere. I do not claim to sell goods
at cost, or less than cost, but will assure all. who patronize me
tbat .tlioy will get their goods
At Tiie Lowest Living Frofit.
Produce Of AU Kinds Taken At Market Price,
Drain & Co,- fBain. JDouglus Cot1 Oregon,
GENERAL DEALERS IN
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
UATS, CAPS, BOOTS AETZ SHOZJS.
trswill iind our stock comiIe'e, comprising many articles it is im
possible here to enumerate.
Would respectfully invite an examination of stock believing all can be satisfied
tbat it h for their interest to make purchases here as we uy and sell for cash
. - ' only. '
... pJet.pcuTT guaranteej
all sizes, all weishU. Prices reduced.
Tl A .T. AT?Ti ;ol,rr?' plwtln and Tarcrt Rifles, world TMKTml. The tUndard for
hH Hull fcii t.A taiuet sl.-oling, tiuntini. and shooun (Mllcrfrs. All cnllhrps from Zi U tk.
j'aSwTfisa , mm fire arms co., kew umt cokx.
If so have your lumber sawed now
large and complete assortment of
... ujbui; iuMVsuimrtWBiHii miwi iwi.
aad the only abolutcly safe rlflo made. All styles,
C. W. KXOWLES,
ST, CHARLES HOTEL,
C. W KNOWLES, roprictor.
FIllST CLASS IX EVERY UESPECT.
Good Restaurant Connected With The House
Firc-ruvf Brick EuilUinir
In the Center uf ll:c Citv
COR. FRONT AND MORRISON T3., PORTLAND
First Class: In Every Particular,
C'OUNr.R. KKlT AND JI'r.RlS: Stb
rOUTLAND, ; OREGON
Thuuas Gi inean, Prui-rktur.
fJlilE ST. C1IA1JLES HESTAUKANT.
Charles Heilman, Proprietor.
The very best in tie Market is set
: THE "
Cor. Third and E Streets,
REDUCED RATES, PRICES TO SUIT THE TIME
THIs LARGE AND WELL-APPOINTED HOUSE
offers SUttCrinr ujw.n.n.lati..na At TMinulur 1 iriitm
Meals 25c, Rooms 25c and 50c. Only" three blocks
irora au uextg anil Steamer. landings, Free Buss
to and from the Hotel No Chinese servants. No
overcharges or deviatiun from regular rates of $1.00
nurd-tf E. LEWISTON. Tro.'r.
A. ROBERTS, -
Corner First and Alder Street Portland, Or.
THE PLACE TO BUY. Jj
J B CONGLE
Manufacturer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
t3J.LE.VT 11 EK AND SaDDLEHY HARDWARE
103 and 110 Front Street PORTLAND OREGOS
Malanssene and Clements
New Furniture Store
IN FLOED S OLD ST011E.
A full line of first class Furniture.
A nythinj; repaired or made to order.
Great Overland Route !
THE NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD
ONLY LINE RUNNINC-
Pullman Palace Sleeping Oaj,
Magnificent Day Coaches, and
.Elegant Emigrant Sleeping Oars,
WITH BERTHS FREE Of COST-
FROM WASHINGTON AND OREGON
TO THE EAST
Via St. Paul and Minneapolis
ONLY TRANSCONTINENTAL LINE RUNNING
PALACE DINING CARS.
(Meals, 75 Cents.)
FASTEST TIME EVER MADE
FROM THE COAST
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD
To Sioux City,
St Joseph, Atchison,
Leavenworth, . .
vj. t , r:
AND ALL POINTS-
IASrn AND CjOUTilEASrn
!iASl AND OOUTIIEASj
Via St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Are hautcd on rcijular Ex-
press Trains over the
Entire Length of
THE NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD-
Leave Portland at 3:00 P. m., daily; ar
rive at Minneapolis or St Paul 12:30
P. ii., tuml day.
Connection made at St. Paul and
Minneapolis to all points East, South
Train leaves Portland daily at 11:45
A. m., arriving at New Tacoma 6:30
p. m., connecting with O. R. k N. Co.'s
boats for all points on Puget Sound.
A. D. CnABLTOX,
General Western Passenger Agent,
No. 2 Washington St., .
v Portland, Oregon.
6aUp-Suirs over L. 15c Ill's Jewelry Slor-
JU. Oil ALLEY,
Propiiftor of i he
ROSEBUKG MARLLE 'AVORKSS.
And Dealor in
Shop Ecsrct Hcgtn't Hi re.
' m sua kw
CAVEATS. TRADE MARKS ANB CCPYRICKTS
Obtained, and all other Iiosidcss in th V. -'
Pateut, Office attended tw tnr MODERATE FEES.
Scud MODEL OK DRAWJM1. W advise as
patentebility free ut cIuikc; and we make NO
CHANGE VXLESS WE OBTAJJf PATENT.
Wc refer here to tbe Postmaster, the Suj.t. "
Money Order Dir., atid to officials of tbe U. S.
Tatcnt office. '. l'tr circular, advice,' (enns and
references tu actual clients iu pur own State
comity, write to
C, . SXOW A CO.,
0.posite Patent Office, Washington, D. C.
BLACKSMITH ASD Vi'HEELV.T.lGHT
- BQWEN BROS.
Uarios dissolved the copartnershio exist-
iuR between Bunnell & Bowen Bros, and
are now prepared to do all work u tie
line in J-
MANSER, AND AT REASONABLE KATtS.
O. Ct WL- T,3TlS.J3.
X A Full Line of
Stajrlc a'.id Fancy Groceries,
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Qnecnsware - Etc.
K Goods Delivered anywhere in the
City limits, Free of Charge.
Coos Bay Stag OJfic at
th Hot I.
SAMPLE ROOMS FOR COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS-
n.VHOACK IlAMUSD FtiEE Or CniBOK.
MRS. BLACKWOOD Peoi kietbess.
Dli. 3X1 1ST 'TXJb. ;
THE SPECIALIST. '
No. 11 KEARNEY ,T., SAN FKANC1SCO, CAL.
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, Diseases ith Wonderful Success. I
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I" 111 'HA NEVER FA t LI SO
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nrrhta, Lout Jlsnhood
il nixteiicy. Tar a lysis,
I rustatorrtiea, and ail the
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)c vcesscs in tnaturcr rears,
'uch as Loss of Memory
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...Jirisians. avArMiftn arw-ia4 v
liuiiiceoi tsjoii. Aic-ikis in the Ilcad, EXCESSES
IN DRINKING ititoxicatin r liquors, tne rital fluid
pasn unobserved in the urine, and many otner dia
eases that lead to insanity and death.
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ATBOF TllR VMTKKKITT Or PEXSSlXTAKIi. will .rr
toforfe't Five HcxonKD Dollars for a case of this
kind the VIT L RESTORT1VE (under his special
advice and treatment) will not cure, tr for anvtuinr
impure or injurious found iu it. Da. Uitni'tnat.
all private diseases successfully without mercury
Cossultatiok Fbeb. Thorough examination and ait
vice, including analysis ot urine, SS.O0. Price of
VITAL RESTORATIVE, Jl.tO a bottle, or four tims
the quantity, (S.00; sent to any address upo n receipt
of Price, or C. O, 0., secured from observation, and
in private name if desired by Da. Uixm, 11 Kearxt
Street, Sas Fraxcuco, Cau Send for list of ques
tions and pamphlet.
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE.
Will be sent to any oneapntvinir br letter, stall nr
yniytonis, sex aud aee. Strict secrecy i n rcgnrds to
all business transactions.
DR. Mixtie's Kinxmr Rivmr. VPPHIiFTin-u
Cures all kinds of Kidney and Bladder Complaint
Gonorrhea, Gleet, Leuchorrnca etc. For sale by a
drnggists; $1 a bottle or six bottlos for fiTcdollart.
Dr. Mixtiks Dandkliox Pilu arc thn mri. nH th
cheapest Dthi ei-sia and BiLloi s curs in the market.
For sale by all drussUts.
. MAEKS 0il9 HE EEMOVED.
Lot.don, Perfumers to II. U. the Queen, have -
ted and patented the world-renowned
which removes Small Pox Marks, of however
standing. The application is simple and har
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jurioua. Price 82.60.
Leon & Co.'s D SPILATO RV
Removes Bupcrflottus Hair In a few minute
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Fa direction. Sent by mail. Price l
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GENERAL AG EXT
210 Tremont Street, Boston, Mass.
Mcuticu This Paficr.
- A GOOD MEAL
Por 2S Cents.
Located on Jackson street 3d door
nortb from S, Marks' store. '
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