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WEEKLY OnnOOS STATESMAN. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 14. 1502-
:ie Criterion Oi
-rice... : ' :. ' '.
The criterioir of prire Is not al wars a safe thing to o by.
' hme fciy tliat Jow prletw always mean cheap good. ..We.
t-au disprove that assertion by cores of articles In our
stock. The Burr htor' H t tie prices an not attained at
I thefacrifieeof goorlne, hut rather because self interest
t-HU.-es ui to aim our efforts to win trade w th this most pits
tt-ntxharm. There Is no house in tSaleiu that sells an good
jewelry as we at so tempting prices. , - -
Barr's Jewelry $tore
St ft and Liberty SIS., Salem,
Apple 10 cents per busheL i
Kggs SO.crots cash."1: - ;
Ducks S ta 10 cent. . ,. j
Turkeys 10 to 12Vi cent.
PORTLAND, Nov. IS. Whedt Wal
la Walla, 70c; Bluestem, 74c. I ;
' Tacoma, Nor. 15. Wheat Bluestem.
74c. Club, 69c, " i
Kan Francisco, Nov. 1 a. -Wheat $1.35.
Liverpool,' s Nov: 13. Wheat Decem-
her, &s 10d. !
Chicago. Nov.-13. Wheat December
opened. 72c: closed, J2',4c. .
Barley 431i&Oe. 1
V Klax $1.16; Northwestern, $1.22.
; THE MARKETS. ,
The local market quotations: yester
day were as follows; f-
Oats 20c per bu. ! ; . '
, Hay Cheat, $7.50; clover, $7.?0; tim
othy, $9.00. I
Flour 85 to 95c per ; sack. ' .
-MHUFeed Bran $19! shorts, $20.
. Butter Country, 22f?27c;i creamery,
Eggs 30 cents cash, iv 1 '
Chickens 8 cents per lb. j
Ducks S cents. ! ; ,
Turkeys 10 to 12 cent. j
Pork Gross .6 to 6cs dressed, 6c.
Beef-,.Steersv tffS'c cows, 3c; good
heifers Z cents, - :
Mutton Sheep. 2c on foot.'
' Veal nrip dressed. i
Hop Choice 26s and upward; green
ish, prime, 2.rx; and upward,
potatoes 23 to 20 cents per bushel.
Apples 40&60 cents per bushel.
: Onions 0c per bushel. j
I'runes 2V44c. -I ;
BALF0URt GUTHRIE & CO,
Buyers and Shippers of
fop 'Growers Supplies
FARM LOANS !
TURNER. ' , MA CLEAT.
ffHAW. SALEM. !
fFGRS. OF "ROTAL" FLOUR.
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J. G. GRAHAM-
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t07 Commercial St.. Salem.
STEAMER LA FRANCE CAUGHT IN
ICE--THE DAWSON MAIL
VICTORIA. IJ. C-. Nfii. 12. The
steamer Amur, from Hkagwayf. re ports
that the Yukon has been froaen solid
and the steamer La France waa caught
in the If e when en route down near
. Mlnto. Kho will remain there isil win
ter, and fears are Expressed that she
may. be crushed by the ice., j A mail
. carrier was-caught In the-ice jahd lest
all the mall for Dawson. . , ,
.LIGHTS AND 8IDELTOHTS.
Ilaln'l no time to stop an rest :
In this life bekw; i
Filler who gits there must keep
Alius on th go. 1 :
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Hain't no time tew stop an' rest
Fer, sure es yew dev
Sum chap thet won't stop will git
dean ahead of yew. - ' ; ,
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Hain't no tlmo tew stop an rest
Ef yew want to win:, j
Got tew 'hustle richt along.
Lively ss yew kin., " ;
! tost on PosL
tCH K VALUABLES WITH HIM.
ABERDEEN Warh.. Nov. 12. A
Vnan by the name of John Clrsnfelt,
who his been, acting as night Bartender
at the Grand saloon here, left Saturday
night, taking with h Ira all the cash on
hand, amowntthfr? to $63 and upwards,
and a diamond ring valued at $123 be,
longing to Ed. ' Dulan, th proprietor
of the place. V :,r".-?
Lemjera In tow Prtcts
AN EXCITING .
Breaking of Steampipe on a
i Woodsaw Engine Fright-
CAUSING THEM TO BOLT PRECIP
1TATELT THE DAMAGE SUS
TAINED WAS CONFINED TO THE
MACHINE WHICH WAS COM
M. Van Fleet, the owner of a steam
wood saw seems to be having his. share
of bad luck. Yesterday morning," for
the second time in six weeks, his team
ran away with his sawing machine
and smashed things up generally. '
At the time of the accident the saw
ing crew was engaged upon a pile of
wood on Mill street, near the little Ad
ventiat churcsi. Kverything was going
cnioothly. the horses standing perfectly
quiet, when suddenly the; steam pipe
leading to the safety valve broke, and
the steam thus escaping made a shrill,
hissing sound J This frightened th3
horses . and they ' started at a rapid
pace down Mill street. Going uu a
little embankment to get into the road,
the team took a .sudden turn which
upuf-t the boiler, breaking all the pipes
and fastenings, and leaving it lying
ly the roalside. The ; horses then
turned down Winter street, and when
the little car barn was reached, broke
loose from the trucks and went o
home. . -v. j '-"j : ;
No on? was injured, and even the
horses escaped without harm. Mr.
Van Fleet la having the breaks rc
pjlred and says: he will be ready for
bjMjgStss again today. ' j
TWO CASES ARGUED ONE ORDER
MADE .AND SIX CASES
(From Thursday's Dally.)
Two cases were argued and submitted
before the court a follows? '
C. A. Whale appellantj vs. Claud
Gatch, receiver, respontjent; appeal
from Marlon county; H Ji Bigger ap
pearrd for appellant, and J. N. -Brown
and O. O. Bingham for. respondent.
. John B. Erost, et al, resnondents, vs.
Pacific States Savlngs Loin &' Build
ing Company, appellant; appeal ' from
Multnomah- county. There! was no ap
jiearance for the respondent,, while H.
M. Cake, argued appellant's side of
the rase, s t - .
In the case of Maurtee Abrat-wn, et
al, appellants, vs. The O. j& C.:R. It.
(?o.i. et al. rfsnondenta. It- kva ortlprArl
jthnt the mandate Lteue o the "Ourt
'from which the appeal ytom taken. '
! . Tho. calendar for the : ensuing two
weeka follows: ' "'' 'i
' Monday, November 17. In the: Matter
of the- Estate of John W. lolman, de
' ceased. Hoy Cecil Holmin. et al, re
fstondents. vs. Charles. Ilolman. et al.
'appellants; appeal from I Multnomah
county. 12 m. ' ; 1
-Tuesday and Wetlnesday. November
13 and 13. State Bar Association.
Turfday, November 20. State of
Oregon, respondent, vs. A . M. Humphry-
appellant; appeal (rom Marion
county," 12 m.
j Monday, November 24. Isaac ill. Ad
t ins, appellant, vs. J. M.. Church, ad
ministrator of the 'estate of R. M.
Steel, deceased, and J, 1L Aitkin, re
ceiver of the partnemhio jyyperty of
Steele & Adams, respondents;! appeal
from Malheur .county, 12 m . State of
Oregon, ex. rel. A., W. Turner, re
spondent, vs. J. G. Gray. i appellant;
appeal from Malheur county, 11m.
Tuesday, November 25. W. W Oliver,
appellant, vs. The Oregon Sugar Com
pany? respondent: appeal from Union
county, 12 ni. l; av'-Crosian, respond-"
ent. vs. William D. Crandy, appellant;
1 ppenl f rOm Union county, 12 m;
Wednesday.1 November 2l State of
Oregon, respondent, vs. Bradley Dun
phy, appellant; appeal from Multnomah
county. 12 m. The First National
Bank of Walla Walla, appellant, vs.
D. McDonald, respondent; appeal from
Umatilla county, 12 m. v
NEW MAIL CONTRACT. " ;
ASlirAND. Nov. 12. The Postofflce
Department has called for bids to carry
the Ashland-Klamath Falls mall on a,
new contract, the': rresent oontrnctor
fnlling to perform the service-satisfactorily.
For several months there has
been trouble n . the operation of the
line, due to ;v business disagreements
between Colonel Dutro, the nominal
possessor of the contract, and hW asso
ciates, who claimed the rlaht to man
age the business of the line. The con
tract will now. bo cancelled, The new
contract will be for dslly- service over
the existing route from Ashland; to
Klamath Falls for the period beginning
December 29, 1902, and ending June 30.
I30fi. .V'"-' .r .r.t : v, : :
fine old wliialry is ndispeBsabta as a cul-
GVflUS CJOiLE SS'gfi
are fa-mrttes with the cooks of the CnHed Wstes. The
ttneqrutted boattet sad ptcSaiBg taate ot these whiskteJ,
htw-ked by- their adaptanihty for tb prepsmtios of sit
ctisbr la which gtwd whisky is rrnirri. pot (hem ia
th front rank among the necmtities of the kitcaea.
The NOBts brands, ia quarts and pint, are
F fttfs ml mlt BRUCCtSTS and CZAUZIS.
W.J. VAJt SCeVTVOt CO lac. 1rm. PCCTU0.S3.
For Manner of Conducting the
A NOTABLE ASSEMBLAGE
In Berlin in Honor of Ex-Am-
hassad or Andrew D.
COUNT WEIINER EULOGIZES THE
PRESIDENT CHINESE GOV
KRNMENT REFUSED TO , METE
PUNISHMENT UPON ' MISSION
ART" MURDERERS. .
BERLIN, Nov. 11. Members of the
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Cabinet and the Reichstag, scientists.
authors, . Journalists, financiers and
manufacturers, comprising as represen
tative an assemblage as Berlin has not
seen in years, gave a dinner toojght In
hpnor of ex-Ambassador Andrew D.
Among the Americans present were
T,; W.' Crldley,' C. W. Kohlsaat, Consul
General Mason and the American Con
suls from all part of Germany.
Count von 'Posadowski Wehner. In
proposing the healths of Emperor Wil
liam and President Roosevelt, spoke of
the Emperor's great admiration1 of the
magnificent development of the United
States, end he commended the . vigor
with which President Roosevelt , had
conducted the affairs of the Nation. -
j v T Enforda Punishment
Victoria, B. C, Nov. 11. The steam
er Empress of China brought the news
that, In view of th fact that the Chi
nese Government has refused to mete
out severe punishment to the military
officers 'concerned in v the murder ' 'of
foreign missionaries in lluan Province,
four British warships, Brltowart,
Phoenix. Rosaria and another, have
been ordered to proceed Immediately
Admiral Bridge commands the fleet.
5 Democrats Will Rstaliats.'
Denver, CoU Nov. 11. At a meeting
of the Democratic State Senators and
Senators-elect, resolutions "were adopt
ed declaring that while the fraudulent
elections would not be upheld, any
revolutionary tactics by the Republican
majority in the lower houe of the Leg
islature should be responded to by sim
ilar action on the part of the Demo
cratic .Senate. The threat to oust
fourteen Democratic ; Representatives
from this' (Arapahoe) county on ac
count of the alleged .election frauds,
actuated tonight's meeting. j
Tammany Gains Control.
New Tork. Nov. 11. Tammany Hall
today secured control Of the Hoard of
Aldermen, which has been controlled by
the Fuslortlsts jslnce January last. To
day four Fusion-Democrats voted with
the Tammany men against a motlo-vto
declare that Joseph K. Rulish, Fusion
tst, had been rlgthfully elected a mem
ber of the board. Vote 41 to 33.
NEWS OF STAYTON
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SEVERAL CASES OF (MUMPS A
! YOUNG B0Y ACCIDENTAL
I ; LY SHOT GRAND BALL.
'1 f (From Thursday's Dally.)
Mrs. Dr. Kitchen recently returned
from Oleji'dale, Oregon, where she vis
ited several weeks with ner daughter,
Mrs. Dr. Bowersox. .
I Mrs. Geo. A.hby is still quite 111
from a retsent ptroke of paralysis.. The
entire left side : was affected, but she
Is gradually regaining use of herself.
f R. f?. Henllne disposed of his house
hold goods at auction on Saturday and
with his wife left this morning for
Newbergwhere they will reside.
-I There are a, number of cases of
mumps In town this week, keeping
many children from school. ,
I Mrs. Sophia Jones and children, who
have been visiting relatives and friends
In this city the past month, departed
Tuesday for their home In'Elk City,
. Jason Wheeler, of Albany, Is a guest
at the home -of his- daughter. Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Neibert were Sa
lem visitors Monday, returning home
Tuesday afternoon. '
Mrs, Bilyeu has purchased the house
and U property 'of Geo. Caspell ,on
Fourth street, where a handsome new
dwelling is soon to be built. -
A grand masquerade ball will be
given at the Opera Houston Thanks,
giving evening under the auspices of
the Staylon Band.
i The Alabama Warblers were greeted
by a l:rffe audience at the Opera House
Monday evening. . McKanlas. in his
violin solo, was well received and giv
en a hearty encore. . (
t A. young son of E Schott of. Sub
limity, was accidentally shot and bad
ly wounded on last Saturday. He at
tempted to climb a fertceand draw the
gun up after him. when the load was
discharged Into the boy's body, taking
effect Just below" the ribs and pene
trating upward. He will probably re
cover. , ; ,
; Staytan, Ore.,' Nov!! 1 2. 1902."
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 12. Robbing
gfaves and selling the, corpses of hu
man leings to be dissected by:medlcal
students Is. the charge that has led to
the arrest of William MofTit, a well
known resident of North Indianapolis,
who was taken into custody this morn
ing. He was Implicated In the general
thievery-jpf remains of the deadt by the
confession of Rufus CantrelL It is
claimed that CoRU has' been In th
SboMl business for nearly a quarter of
a century and has amassed an inde
pendent fortune by exhuming the re
mnlra of the d-ad and fumlshlnc; them
to the Indianapolis Medical College, of
which he was formerly nominal Jan
itor. . -- ' ' -
Legal .Clanks,' Statesman Job Office.
. ' .
To Statement Llade by Presi
MAKES A GENERAL DENIAL
Of Miners' Representation and
I Defines the Company's im
position NORTHERN; PACIFIC ANSWERS
, THE COMPLAINT OF . STATE OF
WASHINGTON " AGAINST MER
GERSWITCHMEN SECURE AN
INCREASE IN WAGES,
WASHINGTON, Nov. 11. President
Baer, of the Philadelphia A Reading
Coal and Iron Company, has filed with
the anthracite coal strike commission
the reply of that" company to the state
ment made by John MitcbeiC president
of the Mine Workers Union of America,
concerning the points Involved In the
anthracite xoal strike.
Baer's statement Is a general denial
of the statements of the miners, as giv
en by President Mitchell, and sets forth
at length the position, of the coal com
pany with reference to the employes.
Northern Pacific Answer. -
Washington, Nov. 11- The' answer of
the Northern Pacific Railway Company
to the. bill of complaint of the State of
Washington. In the case of that state
against the Southern Securities Com
pany, was filed today tn the United
States Supreme Court. . .
- i The brief Is a' general denial of "the
all and all manner of unlawful. combin
aation and the confederacy wherewith
it is charged." .
In detail the reply dstiles that the
construction of the branch roads will
be lessened by the formation of the
Securities Company; denies that com
petition will be diminished and that
rates will be advanced, claiming that,
on the contrary, the rates have been
reduced since the merger was effected.
Switchmen Win Out. .
Chicago, Nov. If. The wage contro
versy between the railroads and the
Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen,
which) for a time threatened tf tie up
all the principal switching terminals in
Chicago, was amicably adjusted tonight
at a conference- between the railroad
managers and the officials of the Broth
erhood. The settlement was reached
on the baeis of a compromise. The men
receive an Increase of about 12 per
. Will Try Their Luck.
1 De n ve r. Col., Nov. 1 lv Ha vi n g re
ceived a telegram announcing the ad
vance in wages granted to the switch
men by the , Chicago railroads, the
Rocky Mountain Lodge of Brotherhood
of Railway Trainmen tonight decided
to demand a 20 per cent, picrease from
the union Pacific and Colorado. &
SALEM THE HOME OF DARLINGS
AND IS FARRAR THAN
day. .;. , v
, Salem, in the heart of the .Willam
ette Valley, and the capital of Oregon,
beats the world. Poet never dreamed
of a more bewitching sport "nor angels
looked down with approving . smiles
upon a more enchanted scene than the
Capital City on an autumnal day.
j Here there are " Aiken " hearts to
soothe, and from Early morn till Dewey
Knight lovers may linger by Willam
ette's Fairbanks, . looking into eyes
Allbrlght, Black. Brown or Gray. And
If one would Chase pleasures -on the
Waters Low, he may. If he Wrlls, when
the Sun Is- hidden behind the, Hill.
steal a Skiff or a little Shlpp. Turner
loose. If she Inks; 'twill be a Murray
Wade to Fisher out. and a Colbath nev
er Herts. Salem Is the home of Darlings
and there are shady Lanes and Oreen
Fields, and all day sweethearts may
walk and Listen to sweet Byrds, as they
sing from- every Bush, "Love me Lit
ile, love me Long; Love mc Wright,
aooee and strong." . .
Baiem, too. is the home of the
t."nurcn, wnere arsons preach to
doubting Thomas; Bishop prays for
sinners on Rhodes hellbent, and the
choir sings of a land that Is Karrar
; He that wants a better place than
Salem will have to go to Helen Hunt
for it. ' y
IS GETTINff WELL i
John 'P. Robertson, who has been
confined to- tffe Salem Hospital for the
past threer weeksv with a complication"
of disorders, T.as recovered flufntlently
to return to Tds home, and Is rapidly
on the mend. . '
Dry, moist, scaly tetter, aU forms
of eczema or ; salt rheum, pimples'
and other cutaneous eruptions pro
ceed from humors, either inherited,
or acquired through defective di
gestion and assimilation.
To treat . these eruptions with
drying medicines is dangerous.
The thing to do is to take
Which thoroughiycleanse the blood,
expellingall humors and building
tip the whole system. They cure
Hood's SarsaparUla permaaentiy eared J.
O. Hines, Franks, UU of erxeras. from which
be- had saffersd for some lime; and Mlm
AlrlBsWolter.BorriX AIc-na.WI.. of tlm
pies en her face nnd hark and chafed akin on
her body, by which abe had been rrestly
troubled.. There are more testimonial la
favor of Hood's than, ean be published.
' Hood's) Sarsaparllla promises t
cure and keeps the promise.
You of course want to get tin best prieo po-siljlo for it. If
Stist'Utnp in nic- lcks. ncutly nrai-pwl, v.HU the maker's
name miiittil thereon, it u an cvMciich that tare is tukeit in
its inaiiufacturo ami that it is good butter. : '
IVE fhlfJI BUTTER WRAPPERS
Kxpennce has tiuglrt us how to do it so that the wrim-
i ers fit and the in uk-b not come olT. ,
. .500 1-pound wrappers-- 12 00
1000 1-pound wrapiwrs. -r : -$- 00 "
fa) i 2-pound" wrappers $2 25
1000 2-p)un 1 wrappers r ------- -f3 50
In larger ri'iantitis, lower rates.
Statesman Job Office
' SALEM, OREGON, r ' , ' ; .' ;
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Reviewed the Situation Thor-
oughly and Decided
to Act 4
ALL OFFICERS OF PRESENT AD
MINISTRATION HAVE AGREED
' TO ACCEPT RENOMINATION FOR
, RESPECTIVE OFFICES REPUB
LICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE
A preliminary and informal meeting
'was held last night In the office of Dr.
W. A. Cusick In this city, at which
there were present a number of prom
inent taxpayers and business men who
have been closely Identified lth the
Citizens non-partisan municipal move
ment Inaugurated here four years ago.
and who, with very many others in Sa
lem, are desirous of continuing the pol
icies and successes of the adrolnistra
tion about to close. The primary pur
pose of the meeting was to ascertain
whether,r not the present incumbents
of , the city offices and aldermanlc posl
tlons would accept re-nomination for
their respective places; a matter .that
was settled by sending for each and all
erf these public servitors, all of whorir
consented to accept re-nominntioti on
the Citizens' ticket, provided the entire
group committed Itself to the' proposi
tion. These men have worked har
moniously and assiduously Curing the
jast four years, and ait felt the neces
sity and advantages of a unified stand
In accepting the rare and distlnce hon
or tendered, tliem; that th frlcttoniess
history of their pust labor for' the city's
good was , a guarantee of further
achlevment If the people called them
hack to administrative work.
The following consented to nccept a
re-nomtnatlon: C P. Blah.'p. mayor.
N. J. Judah. recorder; K. I. Walker,
alderman. First ward: S. A. Rlggs. al
derman. Second ward: Thomas Rims,
alderman. Third ward, and Geo. Gtis
wold. ulderman. Koufth ward. : ;
The. fact for which the meet ins: was
called having beert duly and Rtlfac
torlly disposed of it was ordered that
the chairman. Dr. W. A. Cuslck. call a
mass convention of the friends of the
Citisena N.n-Partisan movement, on
Monday night, November 24, 1902, at 8
o'clock, in the council chamber at the
city hall, at which time and place the
citizens themselves shall publk-fy nom
inate the men who have served them so
well or make such changes as ta them
(half seem best for the city. .
In the meantime all Interested in this
field of, municipal endeavor will leave
no stone unturned to crystallize public
sentiment In favor of re-committing
the big Interests of the Salem taxpay
er to th same hands and policies that
have safeguarded them since January,
1899. .., .
Thone present were: Dr. W. A.
Cuslck, Werner Breyman, Wrn. Brown,
R. P. Boise. Jr.. W. P. Boolhby, H,
Stapleton. J. P. Frlzze::. Thomas 15 ir
rows, ft. A. RljtgK. II. Pnale. (J. Stotz.
Thomas Sims, George Griswold, Peter.
Larson, D. W. Gibson Nv J. Judah tin I
Gideon Stelner. : ' t-
City politics are beginning to warm
np a little bit of late, and it appears
at present as though at least two. and
perhaps three tickets will be put In the
field. The Republicans have announced
that a strong ticket would be put up,
and several . candidates have been
mentioned for the offices, the most
prominent of which are: John H. Me
Nary, for mayor-E. H. Flagg. for re
corder, and M. H. Savage, for mar
shal. ' - - .' ' ' . . ' m . :
The city central committee was to
have held an adjourned ; meeting on
Wednesday evening, but. Inasmuch as
some of the- committeemen were unable
to attend,, the meeting was postpone
until tonight, when the matter of the
advisability of putting a . ticket out
wlU be discussed and decided upon i
THEIR JIOME BURKED
THE RratDEXCE OF GEO. C . POR
TER, OF POLK COUNTY, DE-
STROYED BY FIRE.
: The resldextce of Geo. C Porter,
about five miles northwest of this city,
in Polk county, and what im known as
the Oak Grove -road, caught fire, sup
posedly "from : a defective flue, at 8
o'clock Wednesday ; night, and burned
completely to the ground with nearly
all of the contents. - ? ; ;
This place is more familiarly known
as the Polk Cavitt place. The house
snd furniture were valued at about XI..
i09, which is a total loes to Mr. Porter,
as toe Insurance upon it but recently
expired and was not renewed.
The family consists of Mr. and Mrs.
Porter, formerly. Mrs. Cavitt, and six
Children, the eldest of the latter being
about I years. The family was gives
Is smre to
ffj'l Cream Bafra
Olvf $ Belief at oace.
It claaofcca, soothes
and heals Uieduwaaed
mrabrne. It cures
iwlMrh mil' drlTM
wiy a e m i in ine nra i imnninw..
ii" -a it-l Pru ecU lha ilembrne, I;, ktore
the awws of tsste and smell. Fall - th',, at
UrtiRS tr b mall; Tr.al Rue Oe, by mail.
JlLY liHOTUfcK. irtwM ,K Vori
ill DSII-NtmJJ fciaat
Yoscmite t!njraving Co.
IfofatSsary "M. S. T
f rnan uaa vu J
-rv S. C.S TONE. M.D.
SIOIiE'S DRUG STORES
The stores (two In number) are lo
cated at No. 2-3 and 297 Commercial
street, ihl r well stocked wlh a
!mpl-te iine of lrus" ao-1 m-l. in
.oilet articles, perfumery. brunc,
DR. STONE. -
Has had soma 25 yen re experience In
he '. practice of mcdlel-ae and now
snakes no charge for consultation, ex-
mlnation ot prescription.
He does a cash business. Ha neither
buys on time nor sells on time. Ledg
ers, journals, . day-books, bookkeepers,
bill collectors, and all the modern para
phernalia of .credit drug stores, are en-
known In his business, ttenos a full
stock and correct prices.
iKtiiMmr mniinin rit I
Ts Urrm Anauiaucal Mam atttS
Won 4. - Wmucmi an cnaoacMif T
J I trimluw MX Co 1 EM. yifmn. . F
. IBI. rfCRDAS BlSiAStS Of mlM as
lcttr. A win CW. fa, wry em
on. iortoaN a ca. tost hbtm st. r." ii
shelter In a netghbor'a house on Wed
nesday night and- will be provided for
until Mr. Porter cart make his own af
tangements. . : ..s
A Slight Blaze.
The city fire dexarttnent was c:ill'l
out last night In answer to an 'alarm
turneil In a few minutes after 6 n'ch k."
Fire was reported to have broken out.
In the Varhay store of Annort J?.
Velch. on Court " street. - The b
niade a juick run io the scehe. but'th1
fire, which resulted from the overturn
ing of a kerosene lamp, was extinguish
ed when they arrived No damage whs
done save the slight scorching of the
paint on the wail at the back part of
the store. ,
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WILL HENCEFORTH BE KNOWN
IJCGALLY AS JOS. MEY
i ERS & SONS. .
Jos. Meyers & Sons, with Joseph
Meyers, Hnry W. Meyers, and Charley
Meyers, as) the lncorioratorH, y-a
terday filed article of lnorioriill'n
the departrrw-nt of the Secretary " of
State, and Will engage In condurting a
dry goods, clothing, notions and a .gen
eral merchandise and mercantile busi
ness In this city, sThe capital sto k of
tntMO is divided Into 500 shares of
$10 value each.
; MURDEROUS ASSAULT.
, -THE DALLK. Nov. 13. A- muTder
ous assault was made upon W. L Mar
derv.a well known citizen of this city,
ya jnan giving his name at IJarry
Brown. He attacked Mr, Marders with
a- heavy stool, terribly rutting oni
bruising his head, and It is reported tha
blows even broke his arm. The nail
ant was arrested- and will be charged
With assault with a dangerous wenitor.
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