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ROUGE RIVER COURIER
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All subscriptions continued until ordered
to ceaa. and until ail arrearages are uaid.
Law, cuntoni and the keeping ol accounts
make the payment of debts imperative
before the naiue can be removed from the
for change of"ad"jnUHt be handed in before
luewiay noon, vmerwine pciuuk vi
tnatbtr vlll h phitrirMl for at the rale of
per running Inch, single column. Altera
tions and additions to copy will be charged
or at the rate of loo per running inch, sin
Entered at the post office at Grants l'as.
Oregon, as second-class luau matter.
Thursday, Dbcembeb 13, 1900
A treaty recently negotiated with the
Klamath Indian! was transmitted to
congress Saturday by the commissioner
of Indian affairs. By ill terms tbe In'
dians are to relinquish all claims to their
reservation as described in the treaty of
1864, compromising 621,824 acres, for
which tbe government is to pay $032,000,
It is asserted that the territories of
Arizona and new Mexico will apply for
admission to statehood during the
present session of congress. If they are
admitted it will leave only two tcrri
tories, Indian Territory and Oklohoma,
in the United States outside our outly
ing possessions oi Alaska, Hawaii,
Guam, I'orto Rico and the Philippines.
A reKrt is In circulation to the effect
that Secretary of State Hay will resign
if the Hay Pauncefort. treaty is
amended by the senate. This report,
again, is denied by those claiming to
know. It is to be hoped that the report
is false for man great enough to be
secretary of state of the United States
should be above such petty sentiments.
It is only a faint hope we cherish that
something will be done at this session of
congress for the Nicaragua canal.
While all parties are professedly in fa
vor of its construction, they differ so em
phatically In the manner of getting at it
that the outlook is somewhat discourag
ing te those who are Interested in the
speedy construction of the big ditch.
The Hay-l'auncefote treaty is unsatis
factory to many who believe the United
States should have sole control of the
canal and its chances of ratification are
The deadlock in the city council over
the election of a recorder seems to have
become permanent. At every council
meeting the mayor apppoints T. P. Jud-
son. Four councllmen vote to confirm
and four to reject. Thereupon Judson
continues as tempory recorder until he
shall have been confirmed or rejected
nd he is a good officer. He keeps the
records in a most systematic and satis
factory manner, and as a police judge be
fills tbe position well. He Is a terror to
vil doers in tbe mailer of finos.but they
re able to keep out of police courts by
tbe practice ol good behavior. As Jud
son has proven himself a good and efS
cient officer, it is our opinion that the
ouncil should confirm his appointment,
It la well that the matter of the India
criminate killing of birds by young boys
with their small guns Is given sums pub
licity. It is not only for the sake of the
birds, though that is a good and suffi
cient reason for considering the subject.
For the boys own sakes, it is necessary
- that Ike practice of cruelty should be re
strained.. The reflex action of the kill
ing of a bird on the boys mind is of far
greater importance than la the bird it
self. It teaches him to have a disregard
for life and a hardness of heart toward
autTering. Perhaps It is only in a small
degree, yot the principle Is there and
can not help operating to a greater or
less extent. There are too many men
whose idea of sport Is to kill something.
It is a spirit which the world can get
long without. Kindheartedneas la a
quality of which we can never have an
The new army and navy bill which
has just passed the house abolishes the
canteen. This is step In the right di
rection. It is claimed by opponents of
the measure that the canteeu has been
eirective in decreasing the druukeuees In
the army; that the men will have liquor
any way and If there is no cantten, they
will got Inmor wherever they can and
will fill up on some murderous liquid
that will do them incalculably more
harm than the canteen liquor. It is
very likely that there is some truth in
these stalsmeuts, but what If there
WHEN HUNTING YOUR
Remember that a
Large Line of
" Useful Articles
", una ruit m tanw luxu 1 w ' ,
lot vuMTte. H 1 .kuatil 1 liil ilia iliwaiia IrrT
f Some Ladies'
To bo closed out at
-Less Than Regular Price-
It will surely pay you to examine these if you wish
v Front St., oppo. Depot.
should be? It is new form of moral
philosophy if we are to provide mild
forma of vice to keep men from being
vicious. If the men insist on following
vice it is surely no reason why the gov
ernment should. Tbe canteen is an offi
cial sanction of liquor drinking and by
the influence of its existence is more de
structive out of the army than in it.
The idea of lessening vice by a lesser de
gree of vice never worked satisfactorily.
The adjourned term of the circuit
court held Dec. 3rd and 4th. The follow
ing mining cases were disposed of :
B. F. George vs. James Kraney ; suit
over water. Decree for plaintiff,
Hammond Mfg. Co. vs. Knglinb
Canadian Co, action to recover money.
Judgment granted plaintiff for $011.51.
W. B. Hurst, as trustee, vs. H. M,
Myers; foreclosure of mining claim
Little Anaconda. Decree for plaintilf.
Big Assortment of Perfumes at Clem
You arc often troubled
about knowing what to se
lect for the different mem
bers ol the family. We
will offer you some suggestions:
Are always acceptable. We
have a big line of the very
Cloves, Mufflers, Siik
Handkerchiefs, Fancy Sus
penders, etc., are good gifts.
Kid Gloves, Purses, Silk Handkerchiefs, etc.,
For the Ladies.
Make appropriate Christmas presents. We have an elegant line of
Dress Goods in all the different shades and colors, and latest novelties
for the holiday trale.
E. C. DIXON, Front St.
Mining, Heal Katate and Insurance.
The scarcity of houses for rent In
Grants Pass is causing demand for
building lots. I have a choice selection
of luteal the lowest prices and some of
them on very easy terms, llu sure to
all and see me.
I am getting In touch with the mining
men of this county and investors from
abroad. Would be pleased to know
what residents ol the county have, even
il they do not need my services just now.
Have you placer or quarts? Will
you sell stock or lease T
I represent solid. lire insurance com
panies and would bo ploa-nd to wrile
your policy. I ," attend to collmiinns.
K. C. Pknti.anii.
0era bouse block. Grants Pass.
Kighty acres with House and llarn.
plenty of timber, ai) acres improved and
fenced. Will sell cheap or trade for
See Joseph Moss the Heal Katate
8WlfT SPtCIMV vi.,
L DEAN. & CO.. Propr.
This unfailing topic of conversation
baa gained a new prevailing interest by
the climatic conditions which have
prevailed during the paBt two weeks. A
dense damp unpleasant fog has bean the
staple article which tbe weather depart
ment has dealt out to us for that period
of time. We do not like it, but it is
better tlfan some things which we might
have. It will put us In a condition
to appreciate the sunshine when we
do get It. It is very good weather for
the fall sown grain and all vegetation as
there is no frost. Our December fog is
given us in recompense for the snow
storms, freezes and blizzards to which
other countries are subject and which we
The spell was broken Wednesday
morning by a copious downpour of
moisture, the atmosphere's huiuidily ev
idently having been congregated into
globules so that precipitation ensued.
The ruin brings joy to placer operators
all over the county.
EC TIIK !IKi
County Treasurer's Notice.
Notice is hereby given that there are
funds in the couaty treasury for tho re
demption of the following warrants pro
tested to July nth, IH'.I.'. Interest on
same will cease from this data, Dec. 12,
Nos 3W 4(0 4M 000 f.4fi
IIKI Hill 4.18 f'j4 (.47
asi 640 410 tt'.M 6:7
2117 41!4 4.1.') li(M CM
'Wi 545 4:11 til ft 174
:ws r.ci M5 ri7 tun
4IKI M7 fS(l 4(1'. 0113
413 642 671
J. T. Tayi.oh,
Treasurer Josephine Co., lire.
Wall ChODg Laundry.
50c per dozen
For large pieces.
10c a piece,
Small pieces thrown iu.
F STRliKT, between jTii
Last Wednesday eveninir thri Mmnri
rendition o! the caulaU, "David, the
Shepherd Hoy" was given at the opera
bouse. As on the preceding evening
the bouse was well filled by very
appreciative and interested audience,
it is the opinion of many that the
second night's performance was eveo
better than the first. The intervals
between the acts were made much more
brief and the audience was not wearied
by long gazing at the curtain picture.
The chorua was costumed after the
manner of the time of David and Haul,
turbuned, gowned and sandaled, and
the scenery took on the character of tbe
occasion, so that Bethlehem appeared
to me eyes 01 the audience and tanners
peaks arose. Decrepit old Samuel with
his flowing beard and jinglinz bells
disturbing the merriment at Bethlehem
was a scene made real and the anoint
ing of young David, with the bearded
Jeste and his even tall sons in the fore
ground was one of the imposing acts in
Haul, portrayed by T. Y. Cramer, was
every inch a splendid barbarian king and
peered wickedly from under his black
brows in a manner to strike terror to
the heart of whoever crossed his path.
His daughter Michal, troubled, yet faith
ful, was beautifully portrayed by Miss
Laura Parker, who is always a favorite
with Grants Pass audiences. Her two
solos were among the gems of the
11. L. Andrews ss Jonathan electrified
the audience with his powerful voice
and the duet between David and
Jonathan was emphatically encored on
Mr. (jenrge Cramer carried the
charactur of David in a most creditable
manner and his solos were such as to
exhibit bis tenor voice to flue advantage.
Allot those who had special parts
handled them well. In the Chora!
union vocabulary there is no such word
as fail. The chorus entered into the
spirit of the play with life and vim and
uihiIb the scenes real.
The grand prize, for the best character
of all is unhesitatingly awarded by
popular opinion to Mix Kdna Parker as
Abigail, tbe queen, who displayed a
a combination of vocal and dramatic
talent that is rarely found. She sang
in a voice whose power, compass and
fullness ami purity of tone were a con
tinual pleasuruble surprise to her audi
ence and her conception of the part was
little short of perfect.
The success of the cantata is due largely
to the thorough and judicious drill by II.
C. Kinney, the loader end director.
The perfect work of Miss Belle Hobinson
as accompanist also contributed to the
st.ta.es of I lie cantata in a dcgiee
realized by few.
Nearly I2' wan netted the Choral
union by the entertainment, and alter
paying a note given for music, they
have about $76 left for ihe treasury.
The members of the Choral union
express their thanks to the orchestra
lor their valuable assistance in con
tributing to the success of tbe entertain
ment. Dr. Holt's Lecture.
Dr. W. 8. Holt, of Portland, spoke at
the Presbyterian church Kriday evening
belore a lair sized audience on the sub-
jcitt, "China in the l.inlit of the Present
Ciisis." Dr. Jllolt is a most interesting
nd instructive speaker and his subiect
tins a peculiar interest at this time when
China is engrossing the attention of the
i'r. Holt ascribes the peculiar condi
tions which prevail in China to the sell
important feeling which China has ol
hersell as a nation. China, to the
Chinese, is the "Middle Kingdom," the
cen I nil and only important country of
ho world, All not Chinese aro bar
barians, "(on uns devils" or monkeys
and are held iii supreme contempt.
That these inferior peoples should per
sistently degrade tbe great middle king
dom by continually compelling her
aguiust her will to accede to their de-
Sufferers from thla horiihle tnulody
nearly always inherit it nut necessarily
front t'.ie jwucnts, but may ba from Sv-a.e
remote anc?ntor, for Cancer often runs
through several rcneraUoiis. T hisdeiidly
.!m inuy lay dormant iu the M-c.l for
, or until you reach middle ltfe, ll'n
(he first little Sore or ulcer nukes its in
pcamnec or a swollen (;lnr.d iu the
trrnt, or soinc other part of the body,
jives the firt wanHne;.
To cure Cancer thoroughly and perma
cully all the pcivinti9 vmu nvjit be
ruminated from the blood cverv vcstae
if it driven out. This S. S. S. cWn, ntitl
a the only medicine that ccn rench deep
anted, obstinate Wool tn ::Mis lihe this.
When all the poison hu3 bc :i forced out
iif the system the Cancer he:ils, and the
disease never returns.
Cancer becdnsofteninast -!l way, as t'.ie
follmviriK Ic'tcr from Mr. Shirer shown:
A ;n.iU l ino e m'ne nn vy iw ii'hxii u.i it;rh
Iki.tw the enroll the Irlt atuc tit uly lace. It avc
Ui: tio .iOl or llu""l'vi ,1.
fin. , H ml I ili.mUl l tve
I ..votlrii bUmiI It hii.t tt
n it lictcun In lutlumt nint
II. Il ; Il wmiI.1 I'L-ed a
titllc, then h!i over, but
uil.l tvt he.il. Till
muttimrit for Minr time,
i) lieu niv law tK'Ait la
twelt. Iiii'iun hie: erv
I .l.lfMl I-), 1-. ......- iu..
I,nn to e it siwt lrrn.t, 4
mud 11 w:was lue na ji '7
I'm If ilulti,wlun 1 hmnl ' V (!"'( v
if S H H mi.t .iVtcnmn. " iU i
Mtoivc it a tnirttml, - .
Vi t it w:i lrmnrk g " ' y 1
what a v"iU-itu rllcvt
It hml frciti ihr very Uinnlnff ; the wire hrfpin tfl
briiUmiattrt .iikinga few 1-oUlen ttn im "n ri
eitlitvlv. Vliia lwi ye irtitkio ; Ou-ir rtir "Mill
D nun of the Vinief, ant n.y Kcnrnii he.-ttlh
jOMlinuoi i?(xkI. Mrs IV SiiikhU, U I'UM. Ma
V V . fjioul piiii hers, mm the
I'sX V. ' .
Xj purely VcLOtuL !c. Ss:nd
lor our free btxV. or
Cancer, containiritr vntuaHtf and mte.ct
iv.e infi-nnutiou uSout Ihia disease, a:ul
iteotir phvsid.ms nbont your c isc We
nuihe no cImivp for inrou-.il r. lvi.v.
THLI SWM SPUIrlC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
fmands has piled np a mountain of
' hatred iu Ihe Chinete heart anginal ihe
It is an error, Dr. Holt says, to lav any
blame upon the missionary as is being
too Impunity done 111 this lontify
Tbe Chinese enterttin no ill leeiing
toward the iiiissionarica in tint charac
ter, but in their ignorance often consider
them as spies sent by foreign barbarian
governments to work the downfall of the
great middle kingdom. Tbe irija, a
vanced by s me in our own land, that
the trouble is caused by the missionaries
"ramming their gospel down the throats
of the I f sihi n," derided by thed'H-tnr,
who thinks that the 2,000 missionaries,
most of them women, must have a
patent process in ord.-r to ram 'he
gospel down the 400,000,000 throats.
The Boxers are described by Dr. Holt
as one of tbe msny secret societies by
which China it honeycombed. They
are intensely superstitious and fanatical
and undoubtedly have been insliated
to tbeir turbulent attitude by the shiewd
empress dowager. The Chinese, when
they wreak vengeance on the foreigners
consider tbem all alike. It il on the
missionaries that the peril falls as it is
they who occupy unprotected positions.
The lecture was closed with an inspir
ing appeal that the missionary work 111
China might be piosecuted with more
vigor than ever, even at the cost of many
lives and so bring light and intelligence
to the benighted Chinamen, for in this
is the only hope for that great nation.
The city council held its regular meet
ing on Thursday evening, all tho mem
bers being present.
The most important measure was the
passing of an ordinance to cover opium
smoking, the need of such ordinance
having been recently made apparent.
The hobo question was discus-ed and
it was agreed that these leisure loving
gentry should be required to assUt 111
beautilying and improving our city.
The mutter ol the iudiscriniinme shoot
ing of birds as well as electric light
globes and other destructible articles, by
boys, was discussed snd it was agreed
that action in this matter had become
The city aitornny was instructed to
draft an ordinance compelling bicyclists
to carry bells and lanterns after night.
The mayor again appointed T. P.
Judson as reconler and again tbe
council, by a vote ol four to four refused
to confirm. An open vole was taken
at this meeting Smith. Dunbar, Kuy
kendall and Hood voted to confirm.
McUrew, Haskins, Fetech and Hehkopf
voted lor rejection. Judson still con
tinues as teniorary recoruer.
MinB Alice Smith is teaching in Bchool
district No. 27. This echool has more
non resident scholars in attendance than
any oilier country iichool of Josephine
county. Mies Smith is (jiving good
satisfaction as is ehown by the tchool
board returning, her as teacher for a con
In District No. 38, Mina Belle Sturges
is teaching a echool of 24 scbolars with
an average attendance of eighteen. .Mirk
Stnrges IB doing good work in the
branches taugbt and in matters pertain
ing to uiorala and manners which U of
great importance. The people of Uolden
appreciate theHe efl'ortu and have shown
it by employing Miea Stnrges for another
Mihs Stella l'addoclf is teaching in
district No. 44. Here I found a school
ol 24 scholars, all getting along nicely.
While talking with a man there he said
among other thing'. "We are proud ol
our quartz mine and mill." That is
right. The people of Victor Junior
should feel proud of such a mine and
mill but they hhouid have a greater
Drills for their school where their
children, under the instruction of Mies
1'addocK, are doing so nicely. ,
School clerks must not pay the last
months salary of the teacher until the
said teacher's report has been examined,
accepted and tiled in the clerk's ollice.
Teachers must learn fiom their school
ollictisif there is to be more school
taught in the district thin year, if no
more school lie taught tho teacher muni
make a report to the superintendent of
all the school taught In the district since
March 1, 11W0. Lincoln Havaok,
Grants Pus School Notes.
The pupils of the Tenth grade ren
dered the lollowing program on Tuesday
belore the Kight, -Ninth and Tenth
grades and visitors:
"n Hy Claes
Original Tobiii Claudius Kobinsou
t'y Kirk man Kohinpon
Violin Solo Cbas Slewait
Class I'.iiwr Allan McKenzie
UecitHtk.li Zeiia Hair
Sol'(t By CU'S
On the Kriday before Christmas a
program will be given by the pupils ol
the Ninth grade.
The third month ol school closed
Friday. The averagi number belonging
for tbe third month una ru tint i..
ol the prevalence of so many coldn, the
v.-.Kl. Uniiy nueniiaiice was nut 4!H.
School will close the Friday before
ChriatiiNis and reopen tho Monday after
iew lears, giving two weeks for hull
A serious fire occurred Sunday eve
ning by which the residence on Fifth
street north of A, owned bv Mrs.
Sawyer and occupied bv K. li. lirown
was totally destroyed wiih nearlv all it
ciHut-u:,oiiiy a lew pieces of furniture
being saved. .Mr. lirown and his family
were absent at the lime at Mr. J. li.
Flterle's, at the further end of the same
block. Tbe carpet and walls of one ol
the roo.ns had caught tire in the after
noon, siipnosably by tp-irk from the
stove or slnve pipe, but the lire was
nut mil lu.fi.pu it I. ..I I . i
,v tlau KHIUu I11UCII
headway. Mr. lirown remained at the
ll.HIBA Oil ... .. ...
.uini iiiiuuifs alter uie tire
was put out, and suppoting all was sale,
went back to Mr. Fberle's. Sometime
afterwards it was suggested that it
would be well to look again to be euro
that things wero sale and the kitchen
as discovered to be on fiie and past
theposmhihty of control. It is supposed
that the first fire bad smoldere l between
the walls until it had kindled and
broken out alresh.
Tho alarm was sounded and the fire
company responded, but by the time
the hose was stretched and the water
arrtved.it was too late to beofauv
"radical uatv Tim .iH..in a...i t
, "Mp Mint IUKT
condition of the atmosphere prevented'
anv danger to neighboring building.
Mr. llrown's loss was in the neighbor- i
hood of S'.HXl, inturance I4o0. The i
building was insured (or $100. j
Sad if True.
The most distressing account of an ac-1
cident comes Irom ttie Cove, says the
Chronicle. A fArinMt r.vU
hamlet had a row tiiat he had cherished
in ins poeoin. as it were, since it was a
calf, lie thought a lot of that cow. I
Last week the cow not out of the corral
and in her perignnalions about Ihe
homestead diacovnrtxi n n,hr..li.. . i .
cake of yeast. She ate them both. Thai
yeast fermented and raised the umbrel-1
ia. Tie row died.
Col. Moll in Corvallis. '
A ve.'T great intttnt 1... .Iu,-l.i
uiloivallis in temperance lectures de
livered by Colonel Holt, of Chicago
Saturday the Fimt Methodist church
was packed with people, and hundreds
who sought to enter were turned awav ,
At 11 nVlix-k s,..,.i.. -. t - .
s in the afternoon, similar conditions
Mrctaueu, mougD ine crowds were less
Saturilav ntjht n.t,lt ml tl.. 1 :
houses closed aud proprietors and em
nloves betrwttl tn ttattii ih A i .
that was in attendance. Two hundred ;
and ttiirr people have aittned the!
Wedge. The lecture may continue to I
Thursday evening. 1
1 UHU HQ '
W. U. Wright' qucrtz mill started on
Monday afternoon oa an 80 ton run of
I II. E. Meredith came in Wednesday
from the Wilson-Meredith placer on tbe
W. N. Ruble of Golden one of the
proprietors of the famous ltuble hy
draulic mine was in town Tuesday.
' The Kogue River Mining and Lumber
'Company comtem plates erecting a plan
ing mill and establishing a lumber yard
at Holt or Woodville.
I W. I). O'Brien, came in Tuesday from
I the Old Channel mine, at Six Mile,
where he ia occupying tbe position of
superintendent. They have been pip
. ing lately with one giant, but tho
present rain will give a flow of water
sufficient to operate all three of them.
John R. Harvey, manager of the Old
Channel mine at (Jalice is visiting
(Grants Pass this week. A large number
of iuii rovements have ' been recently
made on that property, which is now in
scope for more extensive operation than
Herman Lnethye, of Browntown, pro
prietor of the (iypsie Queen quarts mine,
arrived in town Friday for a short visit
to Grants 1'ass. He experienced the
misfortune of having nearly all his
buildings destroyed by fire last summer
and has been busy replacing them and
so has had little time for mining lately.
C. II. I'arks, who has a bond on the
Golden Wedge mine at Galiee, reports
striking a five-foot ledge of verv rich
rock at a depth off 100 feet in their tun
nel, the ore from which carries values of
$200 to $400 to the ton. This is the
property formerly known as the Hutch-ins-Krainer
Frank Colvig came up on Saturday
from the Kocky Gulch plater at Galice
to remain till a change of weather, tiie
flow of water having dwindled past the
profitable point for working. The rain
fall so far this season, has been quite
light and during Ihe present season of
foggy weather a number of the mines are
obliged to suspend operations until it
The quart, mine on Forest creek for
merly owned by bilshy and Breeden and
now the property of the banking firm of
Reed & Larrabee of Helena, Mont., has
improved greatly in appearance on fur
ther development. The 20 foot ore body
has divided into three veins, two ol
them four feet and one two feet in width,
all carrying high values. Further pros
pecting will be done before putting on a
ITMAKZS WOMEN HAPPY,
"I had been ft sufferer for many years
frnm nervousness with all its symptoms
and complications writes Mrs. O. N.
Fisher, of 1861 Lexmsrton Ave., New York,
N. Y. "I was constantly ffoitiff to see a nhy
sician or purchaMnfr medicine. My hus
band at last induced me to try Dr. Pwrce's
Favorite Prescription. After tnkinfr one
bottle and following your advice I wna so
encouraged that I took five more bottles of
4 Favorite Prescription. ' I continued tak
ing it and felt that I was improving faster
than at first. I am not now cross and irrit
able, and I have a good color in my face ;
have also gained ttn pounds in weight
and one thousand founds 0 comfort, for I
am a new woman once more, and your
advice and your 'Favorite Prescription is
Ihe cause of it."
Archena Star Combination
Never lias there beeu so many
games combined on one IJoard
lor the money.
No. 1, 24-in. Board, 44
Games . $2 50
No. 2, 28-in. Hoard,
with Flag Travelette,
50 Games 3 50
No. 4, 2S-in. Board,
with Flag Travelette,
54 Games 4 71
No. 4 is the handsomest Board
ever offered to the public.
Slover Drug Co.
l-'ront Sr., Opposite Depot.
AT TIIi; CORNER OF
4th & Front
Is now oiK-ned and stocked
with Freh 1'ies, Cakes, Cook
ies and Bread. Don't forget
the place, opposite Chiles'
Mrs. G. W. Pettit
G. 0. FISHER
1 (las Fitting
...Pipe work of all kinds...
lli.li furnMird for all work.
I.earf oMrrs with
frnmer Itro. Haniwarr
III I 1 .1 JulUI 11 .l.l.ll
FOR THE OLD AND YOUNG,
THE RICH AND THE POOR,
THE FAT OR LEAN PURSES,
Consisting of useful as well ornamental presents for Wives. Sisters,
Fathers aud Brothers, Uncles, Aunts and Cousins,
HANDSOME TOILET SETS,
PRETTY MANICURE SETS,
Books and Stationery.
Perfumeries, Fancy Bric-a-Iirac., etc.,
W. F. KltEJTIER'S Drug Store.
Chicago Racket Store
Is the place to make your purchases for
We have a lino line of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry.. A fine
lino of Hearts, Bracelets, Tie Holders, that is
worth looking over.
r0 NOT FORGET XJJS.
JWe Carry Eyerythino.'TBiIi
Chicago Racket Store
Ono door west of Palace Hotel.
10 1 REOUGTION
ON ALL HARDWARE
Air-Tight Heaters, Steel Ranges, Stoves,
Cutlery, Paints, Crockery, Etc.
This is Your Opportunity to Save Money.
Wo are still agents for
new shipment just in.
We have tho famous
IS YTtACUSE 1 L O TV M
Ami all farm machinery, Wagons and all
manner of wheeled vehicles.
Hardware, Paints and Oils.
MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS-
J- 33. PROPR.
I am prepared to furnish anything in the line of Cemetery work in any kind
of MARBLE or GRANITE.
Nearly thirty years ol experience in the Marble business warrants my saving
that I can fill your orders in tbe very beat manner.
Can furnish work in Scotch, Swede or American Granite or any kind 0
front Strcot Unit to Greene's Gur.ahop.
In New and Second Hand
If you want a wheel cheap, now is the time to buv : if vou want
to sell your wheel, let us know about
j In tires: do not puncture and do not have to be pumped up. OUR
SPRING SEAT POSTS add greatly to the pleasure of Bicycle riding,
relieve all jolting and are easy ou the wheel and rider.
Iveep tlio 3 rial Oil'
With a set of our steel mud guards. Don't forget we repair sewing
machines, baby cabs, umbrellas, locks, make keys, grind scissors and
T. A. HOOD & CO.
EAST OF THE DEPOT.
tho White Sewing Machine, A
J. B. PADDOCK,