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ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OP KI
Notice: Is hereby, given to. all whom It
ony concern: -; . : , - ? j...
. That the undersigned Administrator
'of the' estate of John. D. JIurst, late
of Marion County; Oregon, deceased
has, filed his final account of fcalj estate
in the County Court for Marlon Coun
ty, Oregon, and thai the sai l Court has
set the same to foe beard on the 2th
day of April, .1902, at one (1) o'clock
p. m. of said day, at the Court I loom
of said,-Court, In the county court
house. as! the city of &alem, in Marlon
' And that said flncl account and any
.objections . thereto' ill be heard and
passed upon by OoyiRAid Court at said
lime xi jjwcv. i i.
; Dated at Hale m, Marion County, ore'
son, this 23th day of March;. 1903.
Administrator of tho estate of John V
Hurst, deceased. ! 3: 2-w
. f Notice TbqiiEDjTons. .
Not l;e to the 1 credi tors bit Gilbert
Uros-end .A T. Gilbert Is ereby Hch
that the Circuit Court of Marlon Coun
ty, Staje of Oreeron; has Tiereoforc, to
wlt: on the 15th j day of November,
1!01, mode anoraer extending th-? time
to the lifh da-y of May, 1902, for the
creditors to present their claims to the
Receiver of said Gilbert Brftemd A,
T. Gilbert, appointed In th iee pend
ing In said Circuit Court, wherein TH
mori Ford, as' Executor of the last will
and testament of i Win. Cosper, de
ceased, vras plaintiff, , and A, jTjsy bert
and others were defendants; apd, that
said Cdurl did on the 11th day of
-March, 1902, make an order requjrjng
said Receiver to publish notice of said
order. Each "and all. of said creditors
are therefore noliflf d to prer-ent their
claims tothe undersigned Receiver on,
or before the 15th', day of . ity,- 19Z,
at the bunk of Ldd & Bush, in the
ctty"-6f tiukm, Marion County Oregon.
S -': CLAUD GATCH, : 1
3: 2S-5t. Ree Iver. ,
KXVA'VTOIVS NOTje'K OF AITOINT-
Nolb-ij Ssreby. jjien to-all
t' may, -o?e:n,? ' ' .''.? v
Thui nn1ontIintil been dulv
Hirpointf.i by tin County Court of
Murlofi- ' 'mjfify, (r rou, as the Exe
cutor of the layt will and testament
jun'i estate of Tlu-Hirc Gtervai, bite of
Lsiarloh County, OkkohJ- deeaad.
'- All persons lnJfDiedr to ald-ve.Htate
' are h' rHy notifled to make payment to
the undersigned.'' Ald ;iil persons hav
iii(f;: i t.iiins- Mgarriiit sid estate re
hticWy niiril to ptlwtnt. the same
iluly verifU'd accor!iiig tf law,'' to the
i,nf rtJBnl at. tlW law office of Til-
moii I-Vr.l. W, M. Kali.r and W. T.I
Hller, tit!-tlH. Ity of JBalein, In 'Marlon
t'niinty, Or!Kon, within six months
from the la.tft of the first' publication
f this notice. " -
Dated at'- Halera. . 1regon,.'thls 25th
day of March, 130'J.
Vf. M. KAISER,
Kxerutor of the lSkt v In n.id"testament
, and est-tyta f Theodora . G-rvjiis, de
c i!iil, I . 3:2-Zt '
EXGCUTR'S NOTICE 3F FINAL
Notice is hereby riven to all whom
It may concern f H r tho undersigned
Kxeentors of .-the l-fate of peter Kirk,
DKcii.i,t(t, have, P,.-.l th lr final ("ac
count ofsaldj ewtat? In th County
t'nurt of Marion I'mrnty, rffon, and
that nald Court has tlxfd us the time
iind pi a co of hearlni; traid ' flnat ac
count -and a$y objections thereto,7on
th. Jllh day i.f April, 1902, at 2
Oi l(w k ' V.- M of Mid day, at the
Ctmrt pxn of wil l Courr, in ( the
t'minty Court House nt the City of
Hitlcm. Jn Marlon County, State of
OfKctn, and that, s;i Id flnaj account
rrnLl any objections thereto will ', be
tenl and. iassed - uion by said' Court,
nt sn'ld tlm? airwi place, 7-
Dated t .Valent. Orn, this 10th
lay of Man h, A. D; 1902. !
It. E. Kiltlv und MAT4LDA M. KIRK,
Co-executors of thlast will, testa-
inent and estate of I'eter -Kirk, de
cciisofl, . : j3:14-Rt.
NOTICE -OF INTENTION TO WITH
JJUAW" INSURANCE DEPOSIT
Il'V THE L.10? FIRE INSUR
ANCE COMPANY. LIMITED,
To Whom It Mar Concern: i
In aecordaiice with h requirements
relative to insurance tompanien, notice
1 hereby 'given - that the I.lON JFIRE
INRITRANCE- COMPANY. LIMITED,
of London, England, desiring to cease
dolus; business Within the State, of
OreKn. Intends to withdraw Its depos
its with the Treasurer of said Slate
and will. If no claim against said
Company shall be filed with the Insnr
ano! Commissioner within ..six? months
from the 21thday of, January, IU02 the
fame being the date of the first publi
cation of this notice, withdraw its
deposit from -the State Treasurer. '
LION FIRE INSURANCE CO. LTD
lly Wm. J lenders, J
Marjager for the Pacific Coast. .
Tinted at fc'an Francisco, this 6th day
of Jan. 103. i l:25-mo.
NOTtrn OF INTENTION TO
DEPOSIT, - j
.. rln acrordance, with' the Mnuire-
mcnts of tlie latf f the State kf Or
ffn, re!aKve loIuaiftBce companies.
iutl!t Is hereby given that Ant MAC!
lmnuiiG rimr insurance com-
l'A XY, of Magdeburg. Germany, de-
i-l res to cease dolus business witblo
the "State of Oregon, Intend to -with-ilravr
Its acjKiPlt with the Trwisurcr
nf mM !aie. and, n'JI, It no' claim
Miall ) fllod -nrlth thp Insurance Conw
inisnioner Within six 'months from the
litli ibiy :of Octobef. 100L tl wtme
fM'ti't!ip date vf the first day of pnl-
catlon -nf this notlrr " trlthdr.iw', its
dcjtrwlf from tho Stafi Trertstircr.
MAi JDEHl'RG PIKE INSURANCE
CO M PA K Y, -' ' ' J 1 - " ' ? - i v,
Ky llulte c rVanr.
Manaser for tho Pacific Coast.
Dated it San FranHsco. tbls 2d day
of Ortober 19M. .-V I ,' l:ll;ma
I . TO UPIIOLU PRtCEH. ''
- LONDON, Mar. Si-Tbe fMUy Mall
today. df;fcr" -that tiesitUUlonx oro
oii foot for the. formation nf a Risrantfc
Iron rrxnlrtti.ition In Ktirope.thu object
of which is Jo koet tin prices.':
DIED IN CALIFORNIA.
RERKELET, Cal.. March 2S.E. A.
FrengeL'the mining engineer, lied to
day from, injuries rctfivet by falling
dowti an ch-va tor ibaft at ' Faker City
Drc-nht 23 Actloa
AGAINST OWNER OF A TRACT OF
MARION COUNTY REAL. ESTATE
THE DEFENDANT.; IS NOW- AT
"NOME A NEW PETITION JN-TlfE
GILTJERT RANI liAEE
UraJley St Metcatf Co of j Mm -
uk'ce, Wis., a. Corporation, plaintiff,
terdav beejn a sulf in' mrim.i
- , - .
No. 1 of the State.Creuit, Court against
II. Itcws, defendant, a resident of Cape
Nomet Alaska, jfhe plilntllt 'allege
that at Milwaukee .Wisconsin, on "May
H, 101, ; t hey sola ' s nd delivered 1 goodJ
to hm- dereftd int of the VslbJ of t334,
ami that the defendant ha4 only paM
2f.i Am ,-. ahi
, . ,w -a-.-
amount the plaintiff demands Judgment
against defendant, and for ! Interest
thereon, at the rate of 6 per cent from
Juiy li, iot, v - i- - ?
The sheriff yesterday atUched about
16 U I acres of la nd belonging to Ross
andl located" near ButtevUle, ? In -this
county,, lionham & Martin tare attor-
neysfor plaintiff. . . 1 (
In the case 6f Tilmon Ford. plainUff.
vs. A. T. Gilbert, et ab, defendants, in
the; second department of the Circuit
Court yesterday, G. bteiner .byfbis ut-
eomsyj C. L. McNary, filed a petition
asking the i-ourt to decree a check-,
drawn- cn Gilbert Bros.. Dankers- on
January 5, 1SC1, to "be an offset to a note
signed by! thd petitioner January u,
11HU, for 175 in favor of Gilbert Rro.,
Rankers, ami for an, order reo,uirin
the receiver of Gilbert Bros, to deliver
said note to the petitioner upon the pe
titioner paying the receiver whatever
jum of money whk-b may have accrued
as interest i upon said note.
In the recelverKhlp suit between F.
J, Jlcnty, plaintiff, arid IH anch No. log,
Iabor Exchange, et al , defendants, the
'receiver. Georre (irlswuld. esterdav-
fllexl his '-report In tho s ond jNl.epart
ment of the Circuit Court, showing a
balance' of 14.-..74 of cah'on hand oid
that there i are. claims outstanding
against tlie defendant tatoeiaion aggre
gating the un of a trllle over! 125 and
he prays for an order of the. court .au
thorizing htm to pay said claims out of
the cash on hand. J ,
in the second .department of the state
Circuit iJoUrt,; yesterday. Judge li.. P.
Botee rendered a decree for ithe de
fendant In the suit of Mary J, Shaw,
plaintiff, vsY J. E. Ferris, defendant, a
cros bill in erpiity, to settle j contro
versy ovvr"a tract of . land near Shaw.
Oregon. ' " '':
Orders were made upon
on the' docket, as follows:
KTh plaintiff's motln In the cae of
Otto; Hansen, plaintiff, ' vs. jClara F.
Ilray, et al., Jefendants, an . action t'
foreclose a mechanics' lien on certain
property In this city for the purpose of
collecting acfrtaln um of money al
egrd to bs due the plaintiff for me
chanbal rvices perfoimcd end ma
terials furnished, to strlk-e Out parts
Of the defendants answer, was over
ruled, ' f.
In the case of Ella M. Smith, plain
ilff. vs. Salem l?ol)d1ng & Iari Associ
ation, et al., defendants, A suit to set
aside a deed,; the plaintiff's application
to roake A. M. Smith and Hecurrty Ab
stract and Trust Company, defendants
in the action, was talao allowed and said
nartlcs are given leave to answer lri
twenty days after service.
In the foreclosure suit entititnl J. G.
Wright, plaintiff, V. R. C. llalley. et
ah, defendants; default as to defendant
R. C. llalley and the defendant s mo
tion to require the plaintiff lo elect as
to the principal cause. of action was
overruled and the defendants were al
lowed to make answer or pkad within
one day. . ( 1 '
EDU0AT1NO THE INDIAN,
Plea for Mental Training on or Near
j. , the Reservation.
.Not many years ago an Indian who
had had all the advantages of an .elab
orate education returned to Iris tribe.
Except for hi ccpper-oolored ekJn his
every appearance wasj that of a youth
vho had attained the highest degree of
civilisation. His clothing, well i cut.
fttted him, 'his tralr was short and his
Ensrllsh perfects Just a year later i
this Indian came to draw his nations.
He wore a brjght red blanket and. he
had feathers 'in his nalr.
"I could toever be nrch as a white
man." he era id to the agent, "but 1 can
be a" hell of an: Indian'
The story is recalled by the debate
Thursday over the. ap-
for Indian' schools. ; Mr.
, .. ........
T . ... . ,, m T
IUInols. who ha fought.
rrttny an appropriatlonr In Ms time, but
who never foug-ht any Indians, opposed
the arrant to tbe Carlisle Pa,) scbo.U
lie said it was Ihe height of cruelty
to educate an JnHn In he east; and
then rt legate bim to the savagery of
hJstrlbe. Delegate Smith, of Arlsona,
t-c1ared that the Ted msn must be
educated amid natural environments:
that 1s. the "hoo,! should be located
close to the abodes of the tribes. ;
The standi taken by Messrs.. Cannon
and1 Smith seerns proper. Instead 'of
spending large siim of monev In laic
lag imtians' to eastern schools ami in
educating therrt there, the ap'proprla
lions woul be put to better Of by
-distrlbutinsr them msr tho homes of
the students. In thla way the other
memleTs of the tribes could 4iave; b
rdueatlonal example cemstatly befort!
tbem. The1 procewi woull be so grad
ual that tt Iwoulrt b hardly noticed.
aii when the fluHied' student was
turner out be woui t cau ao.snocs
f bis peopl '"-";
Hut, after all, the great trmible lies
In the pauperl?atron : or the ; Indians.
If . The educnte.1 savage were rHiiiirrd
o u his attainments or starve, ttvrt
would Ins more horw for his fulur.
Uj ftar of his lp:ng Into iMrlKirbrn,
The fart tbit an ndian u ctructea
and therefore competent to lake cure
of hlnwJIf d'KS not rorwliiuW a bar
to his receiving rations from the gv.
He hnsn't the same Incentive ,Io la
bor that a thite bo. or girl has; and
consequently he' la quickly contented
t ' 11 y the" bread zlf- Unel Kan
(alone. On the other, band, fewf fcelda
of labor re openr to educated" In
dians. Just .why this sLourtl be, la not
apparent, but the probable rcon U
that tbey are iacornpatent. vln spiUi
of all the money tfcal ha b-en .;x3t
In 'educating them, there Is not tolav
in the United States army full-blooded
Indian who bold a corntn'-ssluii;
there are no Indian civil engineers, ur
doctors, or mining expert . nor are
they in any of th o-ea!kd learned
profession Halt LakeMIeruid-
HURT BY AIf GUN,
A Youa Bey Shot - by a Companion
i Near Coburg Other Notes,
Eugene Guard: The 'three-year-old
son of Frank -Miller, of Coburg, was
Injured last Friday by .the discharge of
I an sir run in the ban Is of a. ihihII mm.
I Panlon. the ehot lodging above one of
hl Mowerer. Dr. Kuykendall ex
I I A . '
tracted it and no peTrinent Injury will
result, ; i . -
Albany Herald: The Commerce
Committee of the Aleo Club met with
a cotnmitte appoin:e.l by Safety
Lodge No. 13, lain evening, to jnange
J for the entertainment of the delegates
visitors to the A. O. U. W. Su
pie waje meeting, which win e
M ,n Portland next June. The dele
-at. and , vI-tor. wIn . soenJ several
J hours In Albany during their Western
trip, coming us the West Side and go-
ing back' to Portland (" in the evening
over the S. P. The citizens propose to
give, them plenty to eat and will pro?
vide means of entertalnm; nt. The Aloo
Club has appointed F. M. French, Dr.
A. J: Hodges and Fred Dawnon to so-
i licit funds and confer with the Work
men committee. .
Corvallls Gasette: The attention of
tha public has boen called to a calf
that belongs to the O. A. C. farqn. It
is really a very fine calf an 1 weighs
600 pounds, jits age has been glvenj a
four months, but in fact it is a. trifle
more than rix months old. Anyone
with : a knowledge of stock could-tell
at a glance that it Is a fin? animal: It
the Johsl Osborn btdl "Mo Idler.'
Corvallls Gasette: A few frnlt trees
are coming out In bloom. In 'certain
trts of tbe state there have bs'ii re
cent cold rain., but it has nnt been re
ported! that' the fruit proEpccts have
been injured to any extent. t
Corvallls Gazette: It is a public out
rage that the county road, should be
in the, condition we Arid some of theni
at ju"sent. I For i Instance, between
JhlbFrrmth ami Corvnilis, a dMtnnce of
out jsevin miles,, the roads; ure In
such a bad condition in many .places
thatNw fesither bed would sink out of
sight almost Instantly. For this d-
ploruble state! of affairs there 1 no
cuse. Thls Is one of the mainly trav
eled nlntds of the county and is old
enough to have had somctblns suhstan
ti.il donf on It. The public Is largely
to blame for this condition and it is a
sad commentary that If the public de
served! any better roads tbc-y would
have them. ' ..
WANTS A DIVORCE.
Mattie L. Klghtlinger Filed "a
Complaint Yesterday." ; '
'L.V Klghtlinger' yesterday
hroughl suit ngilnst her husband, E.
M. Klglitllner, In the second depart
ment of the State Circuit Court. ; fray
ing' for a decree of dlvorc and to be
granted the custody of the two minor
daughters, aged 3 years and IS mouths
respectively and the issue of mid marr
riage. iThe plaintiff allcg a" thsf the
defendant, daring the part thrc years,
has treated her in a truer and lrinu
man manner;- on Sunday, Mart li' 2.
tho defendant wV-uck r r-Ziu the
face arid attempted to choke her and
otherwise njlstr-eat and abuse her, and
has frequently abused h-r In a brutal
manner. Dousing the plaintiff jmuch
mental l anguish and ntaking life bur
denKome for her aivL beside asking for
a -divorce anl the custody of the chil
dren sh prays that the court render a
decree requiring the defendant to pay
the plaintiff; alimony to the amcunt; of
$30 a month, and such portion of the
defendant! property, conslsing cf per
sonal ana real estate, be set aiwirt to
t be rdaynll ff as the - cou rt ma y d eem
equitable and Just. Carson i A Adams
are the attorneys for the' plaintiff.
SUPREME COURT ORDERS
In Cases Now Pending Before That
'-- "' Tribunal on Appeal.
In: the Supreme Court, orders have
been made and entered .of . record, as
John Klernan, respondent, vs.'.Y.
Krats, appellant; ordered on stipula
tion that, respondent have on til April
24th. to file brief. I
In the Skinner estate, George E.
Lewis, respondent. vs.'T, W. WTanrt.
appellant; argued and submitted on
motion to dismiss the appeal. ' '
The Irving Park. Association, re
spondent, vs. Virginia Watson,' appel
lant: time to file petition for r hearing
extended 10 .days.
German Savings & Loan Society, re-
Sondervt,i vs. Horuh M. Kern, adminis
tratrix, appellant;, ordered on motion
that -appellant's time to serve and file
a oner nerein oe extennea sw aays.
Pacific. States K. St R. -Co., re
spondent, vw. A. M. Spurrier, et al ap
pellants; hearing postponed to April
Inarch-Mountain Investment Co.; re
spondent, vs. T, A. Garbade. et aU
pellAnts; ordered on motion that re-
t pondents have 10 days additions I time
to flle a, petition for rehearing. .
THE PRESIDENT'S ESTIMATE OF
In spaking of his daughter Alice 1
a friend President Rorevelt one mid:
"She dot, not stay in thj hour,and
fold her- h.imdjt ant i nothing. Fbtf
can walk as far as I cn, rd siie orten
takes a irp f several nrtles at the
pace I st for heiTw. he n nie.r jrv.
shoe, shoot though she tSoesui care
n u h for the sho.tnc. 1 dnt rniad
that. It Ifrt't ncary ffr her healtl.
but the outdoor exercise .Is,' sod she
1m plt-nly of It." Ladis Home Jour
nal .' - - -f v:. . f-
. ' . Realistic Realism.
GreenHow Ndid you like the melo
drama? - .' M
Urown I-Trst rat. I re.-illy enjtjye-l it.
Oreen What wne did you like bst?
.-HrWn Tbe tank scene, t The itank
was filled with real vater, an'd one of
tbe actors fill fn it and was actually
drowned. Chicago News. !
SOCIALISE in ::
Mcetlca latfccW. r. t. V.
GOV; R. R. Iff AN FRICSIDED. AND
THE AFFAIR APPEARED TO RE
a Love FEAjjcr woman wants
A COUNT7 CANDIDATE "CAtLKD
DOWN" FOR VOTING FOR Till.
. The Socialists, hi HI a "cali.-U ipeetins
In tiw V. C. T. L'. reaJ:nff rooius last
evenlptf, to which there , was tuite
number-of followers of . the princlp'.-
of Socialism in attendance, and th
meeting vj prt?!dd oyer by It. R
njan, .tne ?oc-ii!!H n:mln-e for Guv-
err.or,- During the mt-etlng- sever
matters cr routine business of minor
importance were transacted but for
the most art the time was consumed
by listening to itpcechcs for the good
of the cause. ' ''
During the j course of the meetlnj
Mr, Ryah made a brief address cltirt
the order of the business proceedings
of the state convention .i'aB PorfanJi
explaining in substante the many ' 'dif
ficultiea which were encountered in e-U-ctiing
and nominating a aullaUie cau-d-iitte
to represent the -f arty and its
principles at the bead of thi ticket, in
a t, eighteen tiou-lnatlons were ma4e,
but In every instance the party o ht?a
ored cl?nd tlie niinatloa in an elo
quent -address . conveying a p.ausib!
excuse for "their- r.onac ceptatu, 'until
whl;e the nomlnatiohs were, gtirpjr the
round sgalc, he, Hyun, whb pl,4ced iti
noinlnation for the second tiru, 'when
he arose and, ina few Well choyen r
maik. accepted the nWminaUon for tt
tlovef norshlp and was elected tp the
can lidscy unanimously and in conclus
ion; he stated that be had pledged hinl
seif at the convention to make the
fiKht for the sake of the partyan 1 thai
h had entered the light "and wouil
rtay with it to the iinh, thick .or thin,
urvive or rish, and that la ihu tn
he hofed to wear the cruwn'of vlttorj
At the conclusion of his address ami
de'cUrntjon.-i which r-lvcd a hearty
oval Ion, a lady arise and, ad-tjvssug
the cha.ir, , akcd for lufurmutlon re
garding'', one,' of the Sociailists who, It
w is -rumorea, iwk --nn active part ano
voted at the Republican primilcs in
thw North Habm precinct, of vjhUh b
vva's u rfsid7iit. Secretary 8hcrwxd
voluntft-rcd ih.e inforniatlon di ?lrtNl and
It -was to the effort tfi.it while 'the ru
mor w'aa crre't, in so far nit tht
purty j" volliiB was com-crticd, be bal
Iiatl uiti interview with the refractory
incn-b-r and that while the latter had
vttrd In the Republican primaries li-
had done so indirectly for the- "Initia
tive and Referendum," which he con
sidered the first rtcp toward M.lalin
and thoubt that' In o Voting h wa
doing htm duty as a 8ocl:iHst. , Tin:,
subject was the ocearlon of a spirited
and prolonged -disci(is'ion arwl, , white
some of those Resent were in favor ol
"tailing him down" and .making, an
example of him,! It w as HnaTSy coriclu I4.
i that, notwithstanding th- fact 'tbit
this spouser o'f "th- ciuie had bt-ch
m.minsted on tne cohnty ticket, lie had
not as yet fKed his acceptance of th.
nomination and was th rcfore in no po
sition lo -be "caiod down" and as it w ;?
proposed to 'hmy , the' strtnsrth of th!
Sot ialiets at thecoatlrg, e!cctln, nn!
they could not afror-i to lose his vote
the' mitter vrould. be looked over In t hi
lrrtanee,. , -.
iVt a late hour the meeting adjourn
cd, the mftmln'in ptes-tnt more c nth i"-
atk- than ever.
for Inia&tf and Children.
Hi3 Kind Yea Hara Afwajs Bongbt
Bears tho sHT V . a.
CLgaatw of WLafttG&Artt
Articles That Havt Been Filed in the
Department of Slate.
In the Stile Department State ar
ticles of incorporation hive leen filed
as shown b?!ow: i
Th Pacific Mercantile Company wli'.
do a general" r estate buine-s nnd
deal.-in all kinds .of -goMls. - The bead-(jua-rtTS
'will b in Portland. Th c.ip-
If-ii Is ilo,fft. V. Carne, Jr J. F. tilt
sh. H. I. Hmfth, II. T. Denhnin an'!
H. I; Nidcim are the Incorporators. r.
The Jlirrisbarjr -H-tel Company wilt
conduct a hs.el at Harrisbtfrg, wt!h a
t'af.itsl of HOW. W. It. Wilt.oe, E. IZ.
rn-eyer. D. II. Pierce, W. I. Tjlei
arrl Barney My ar the "tnconioratotK
of recorJ. -." . . s 1
The Olympla Bottling Works, oj
rrtland. with a capital sick of fr.n.t.
tUvtderl irio 80 shares of $!' eab,
will MtfTut s-e in the purchase anol ope r-
iloa of lrwcrles, txMlling worss and
n jtnufaeture. of beer, mineral an 1 soda
water of all kinds and deal In wine.
liauors. etc, Henry Wank. W. F,
Graham and S. M. Illumauer .are the
The Columbia Transfer Company,
Ih ba'dtuA.rte.rs In RUfits, Orn.
v-lH construct anVl oicrat a ferry
so rrmm the f'nfumbVi rivt-r. from a ioSnt
ct poniie Rufus, Oteirm, on the C'luirs-bf.-i'iM-irTiss
the river to; u pint" n ib
W'ahlnton shore. -Th.raptfal sirxk
of I3'K Is divided Info 2. share a i
tbencOTpfrators are Arthfr AmeJ,
Jwcptt IV Anri and J. W, .SMirUh.
A McKINLEY 'MONUMENT- ;
ALIUNT, N. Y Mar.' SS.--A bill, 'aj
proprrrwlitig JlW.e0 for the erwtkn 01
a nym'mtii Irt.TlufTalo. In memory of
Ihe bite. Presblenti MeKlaley, was
passed by t-h- K'nHt" tlsy.
CLEVELAND G"IM fl"TIL
piiiNfirros.-N. J.. MsrVu r 1:-
Prer-ident Jr'r Cb'.ciin.L ai-'i
( Cleveland left b-re today on an i:jf!-r
trip tw the; South. (
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f Mrs. J. J. Graham, of. Albany. iUl
4 with frHxida in ths city yt&ts-rZsy.
Or florae Book of Health
THIS IS Oil? OFFElti TIII3
MAN ON .YKAPJ
iinitir.-? ax or!
phobia, sunstroke, tits, falls
croup, cholera, etc. ill U.ft
effect, the treatment and tlw
; ity. Treat b!- on the I'arst
fe t!on, J.olouf-, ;ri-f, l"en
ing the inilucrcc of .tlv rni'ii
it on the
pplt to the .fact that htit
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lection and ruutroi of th p,
Essays on Intemperance,
SPECIAL LE( TUflE
A t'otnpb te -Mat 1 ia McIik
nearly 30 mi.,tk-il ji!,ints, h
wli'-r; f'.iml: l!i-n to be r.H
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New diseases'. Treat- I
rrnt- and Theotbs
which have aisoarcl
wUhtn the Ja-t !ew
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lo: other so-called
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herein 4l'U??d. and
the trfatmnt and
.ymetllea set forth; "
ftuch Karserlo'ogy, .
- Ap; n lie". i. Tut t r
cuUiirls, Hrn t Ism,"
'Vir.ereal wn t-kln
ivis-es scs. La : Grip) e.
Nervous Dlcasi .
'etc. -' - ' "'"'..- ..:!'
TK-ttmtni end cur.
of rlfiy dlseaen of
Men and Women ar.d
CI. Ud re in TVc sia;-p'-t
.and Wet lemc-d-lcs;
ininute i dtrec
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w o u n d s, scald,
burin. 1 0(3 ii, hjdro-
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cn !; --tbs ' symptoms; the - nature, th ,
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body: eminently tuU uluU'd tu i arouse tic
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c "r.o;bn'j, '.' '. . ; - J .-
Use of Tobacco, Sleep,
lla( lis, Etc. ;
TO Y0UN(f MErf
i:t of Ihf princiral. mnedts, 'including
I Vetfctub'i ii-mWl; lcs-i1ptlon of cjkIi:
time to t r rvc smo; t blr prep iral ln
t!so4 on An-ilomy. I'hvflolJiiry nnd 1 1 y-
I'fonoruy - Vcnlll ttion. I'ure cihI Impure Air,
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in Sew ti i s-r, sjid ordered vnwr trrt-!
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ThMfRtit:d pfiwtitrm mt tnmul front m. rtopc of a noted
7cxaHn Vrt-rt miry garnroa, and fcavs heea Vrurwtmtthlly tested
dot the ptutt 3 H yrars in tsts rrm-ntrr. cotiiroi of pare vr
tiirrr,to.r, sre AVAfc md inn CURE Urt HCSVES sn1 n mi-
tfrftn wbn hhrTrSiirie.trh a Cough, Cold, OUT CUfta,
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