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THE CAPITAL EVENING JOURNAL.
TniTTfirm o ft fiat
A DRAMATIC RELIC.
Iteprosontatlon of a London Theater In
An interesting dramatic relio has just
been sent to the British Museum on a loan
by tho University of Utrecht, says tho Lon
don Times. It is a representation and
description of tho Swan Theater in South
wark, in 1590. Tho picturo was discovered
in a manuscript work in tho Utrecht library.
Tho author was ono Van Buchell, who filled
this commonplace book with notes on vari
ous subjects. Among others is tho picturo
of tho Swan, with letter-press on tho op
posite page. Tho former is described as
drawn er observatio nlbus Londonensibus
Johannes Do Witt, and a point of doubt in
connection with it is whether tho picturo
was actually copied from ono drawn by Do
Witt, or whether it was drawn by Van
Buchell from oral descriptions by Do Witt
Tho latter was a Dutch scholar and preb
endary of tho sixteenth contury, who
travelel widely in foreign countries (proba
bly because ho was a Roman Catholic, for
whom Holland would not bo comfortable
just then), and noted what ho saw. The
theater Is represented as containing three
galleries, one abovo tho other, with a tiled
roof abovo tho top ono, but open to tho sky
in tho center. Tho stago is supported on
wooden posts, painted like marble, "bo
that," remarks Do Witt, "it might deceive
the most sagacious." It is believed to have
been removable, so that tho amphitheater
might bo freo whenever it was wanted
for bull or bear baiting. Tho green
room is represented as an erection in
tho space behind the stago and apparent
ly open to tho publio view. De Witt do
. scribed it to Van Buchell as built solidly of
flints and possessing accommodation for
3,000 persons. It is possiblo that a largo
numoer coma siana in ino amphitheater on
alevolwiththostago, in no other way can
wo account for this surprising statement.
He says there were four theaters in Lon
don which derived their names from vari
ous signs and each had performances every
day. Tho two principal ones woro on the
south side of the river and were called the
Rose and tho Swan Sliakospearo's Globe
did not then exist -and there wero two in
tho north in Bishopsgato street. A fifth
was used for bull and bear baiting, and ac
cording to Do Witt "presents a most de
lightful spectacle." Tho best, ho says, was
tho Swan, of which ho gives a picture, be
cause of its accommodation and its archi
tecture, which seemed to him to bo a sur
vival of the Roman amphitheater, and it is
because of this lattor circumstance that
Van Buchell preserved tho picture. In tho
play in progress on tho stage two ladies aro
in conversation, and some ono outers to
them, probably a messenger; but it is prob
j.blo that this is a fancy scene and comes
from no Elizabethan drama. Tho drawing
Ana letter-press woro brought to light by
Dr. Carl Gaodortz, who has published with
Mueller, of Bremen, a fac-similo of both,
with a discussion on tho subject in a pam
phlet entitled, "Zur Kentnlss der Alten-
glischon Buhne," which is Intended as a
contribution to Shakespearean literature.
It has been generously lent by the Utrecht
University authorities to tho British Museum
for tho inspection of students of tho Eliza
A QUICK COURTSHIP.
How an Eccentrlo Illinois Farmer Wooed
and Won Ills Wife.
Jacob Btrawn, of Jacksonville, 111., was
during his liio-tlmo tho largest farmer in
Illinois, and a very eccentrlo man. The cir
cumstances of his marriago were as follows :
Outside of Jacksonville, a couplo of
mile?, perhaps, thero lived quite a respect
able family. This family employed a servant
One day he rodo up to the door of tho resi
dence of the fair maid, alighted from his
horse, and knocked with the butt end of his
whip. Tho lady of the bouse answered his
summons, and immediately' upon her mak
ing her appearance, Jacob asked for the
The servant girl came. Jacobsaid :
"I want a wlfo and I have picked yott out
as the most proper person for that position
I can possibly find. I'vo.never spoken to
you before, but then that makes no differ
ence. I'll give you one week to decide."
Tho girl blushed and was dumbfounded.
Jacob mounted hi3 horso and rode away.
The girl inquired into Mr. Strawn's charac
ter and Standing, and was advised by those
with whom sho lived to accept the offer of
his hand. ' Punctually, a week later, Jacob
rode up to the door and knocked again with
his whip and asked:
"Is it no or yes J"
Blubhingly tho girl answered In a low
tone, but quite distinctly
'Woli," said Jacob, "let's see ; we'll get
married tho day after to-morrow, Wednes
day. Here's somo money to buy a wedding
outfit," and ho threw her a purso contain
ing a thousand dollars.
Tho couplo did got married on Wednes
day, and no happier pair, during their life
time, was to bo met with in tho Stato of
The Cormorant of Countries.
Great Britain is tho cormorant of coun
tries. Tho splendid trope used by Webster
to doscribo tho extent of its dominion in
every quarter of tho globe is truer to-day
than at the time of its utterance half a cent
ury ago. The sun never sots upon tho scar
let uniform or tho tax-gatherer for the Brit
ish crown. Out of tho llttlo island, once a
conquest of the Roman Empire, has spread
a colonizing and conquering people whoso
dominion has spread to worlds unknown
by Alexander and Caesar. No continent is
free from Its sway. From tho llttlo island
of Heligoland, less than a mile in extent,
held under the very frown of Bismarck,
and tho slightly larger fastness of Gib
raltar, which Is grasped firmly in tho very
face of Spain, Great Britain, having pos
sessions in every continent and in every
group of islands, ascends to complete and
pitiless dominion over tho peoples of India.
Tho mere scbedulo would fill a column. Tho
total area is nearly 10,000,000 miles; tho to
tal population only less than 275,000,000.
Herbert's Famous Hymn.
When Bishop Herbert's famous mission
ary hymn, "From Greenland's Icy Mount
ains," which ho wroto in 1821, first reached
this country, a lady in Charleston was much
impressed with tho beauty of Jt, and par
ticularly anxious to find a tuno suited to it
Sho ransacked her musio in vain, and
chanced to remember that in a bank down
tho street was a young clerk who had con
siderable reputation as a musical genius.
She sent her son to the clerk with the re
quest that he wrlto a tune to fit it In just
half an hour tho boy came back with the
hTTTTin. and tho melody thus dashed off in hot
haste Is to-day sung all over the world, and f
is inseparably connected with tho hymn.
The young clerk was Lowell Mason.
The Gibe of a Horrid Man.
Two hundred and thirteen olubs have been '
formed among women for the study of polit
ical economy, xu umu viuuu u
Franoh and American bonnet will, accord'
ing to the Baltimore American, bo the chief
topic of consideration.
No. 211 Commercial Street, Salem, Oregon.
ARK THE LPS AIDERS IN
Ladies' and Gents Pine Dim Shoos
Also u large line of Ladies', Misses' anil Childrens' canvas shoes for
summer. Ucmembcr they will make it nn object for you to call on them
ami they will show you tho best lines of goods in tho city. This ilrm Is
well known to all the citizens of Salem, and surrounding country, as n
Ann that handles nothing but reliable goods. Take the people's word for
it and call on these gentlemen when lu want of foot-wear.
Their Spring Stock is Unsurpassed in Quality and Prices,
IOOK - OUT !
Something is Going to Drop at
BODWELL'S NEW SHOE STORE,
ST. PAUL'S ST
.Boys and Girls.
Tho school will open on tho 'Jllli
of September. Thorough Instruc-
tton In the primary and
LATIN AND EEMENTS OF MUSIC
TKltMSnnd Airthei Information ma bo
l'ml mi tippllontloti to
hi:v. F. it. POST,
Cor. Chemeketii and State Sts.
yOTin 6.000.000 Poile bollove that It
. . ' . ' pays best to bar Seeds
. ' i ' pays best to bar Seeds
of toe largest ana most reliable house, and toe; tuo
I Ml Will 1SN ,tur I'll
M. I.. (UAMM:llIIN.
95 Stale Street,
Wo contcmpluton cliiis of business soon, and will therefoic make Sweeping Ito
ducMons hiceitnin line ol Hoots and Shoes inorder to reduce our stock ton minimum.
We want Money! ). ou need Hoots and Shoes. Come and cxnnilno goods and pilces
...... ,-v mi ..... uuipii) juu iii iaj in one onwo years supply ai me prices Me oner
GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN1 FIGURES !
A child can buy as cheap ns a man;at our store. We mean buslnoss,. and If you wear
shoes look us up. YOU11S FOR "KOLD KOIN'
BAILEY F. BODWELL
TI RE! 1
Success in Business requires preparation ! Therefore, thoroughly master
Commercial Arithmetic, Business Penmanship and Business Correspon
dence, Book-keeping by borli Single and Double Entry, the nature and
correct use of Commercial Panel's, Commercial Law and Business practice.
Learn, also, Shorthand and Type-writing, Manifold, and Dictation work.
All these are needed in business, and are thoroughly taught by exper
ienced teachers at the SALEM BUSINESS COLLEGE
Qriswold's Block, Salem, Oregon.
B . O O T S
rt B ( H ' - S t-t
o Vt ' H
O o. rlCk "
S H O HB S
WM. BROWN & CO.
Leather pi Findings
CASH PaID for
Wools, Hides, Pell? and Fur
231 Commercial St. Salem, 0'.
c&'- suir. j
THE BEST STOCK 01? STOVES
IN THE CITY IS AT
M. WA.DE & CO'S
282 to 286 Commercial Street, SALEM.'
tad Stoves, ,
Cliarlor Oak Stoves,
W - M
VUiktTA W-I71'lvl Ml Tin r
nSaLjC W -titft
Willis and Chamberiin,
Ileal Estate ami Insurance
M, FERUY A CO. re
acknowledged to be Uie
in the world.
D M FERiiT&Co'a
live auu i-noea
Will ba tnftllAcI FRFP
to all annHrjititn mil
to last TA i' en tf nm am
Earll.it OwllSowfr I nJ,'"' II-kT?!Wr90n.,ein.
In .Tt.tT,rn. "t"", l'r,'" "t Ilowr oeKU
--" buouiu Bena lor it. Address
O.M.FERRY&CO., Detroit, Mich.
Trucks and Drays.
MORGAN '& MEAD
Aro now provided with lino new dinys
nud tiucks nml m o prepaied lo do till busl-
Ill'M 111 llllll I111U III lllll Ul".l,lll Kltlllll'.
They glvo their pci-oiml supervision lo
nil Wdi lr f.tiiim Stnl.t ntnl I'niiiiiiitniKil
Ono humlicd neies of extra ele.irliinil, lino
for dlvldniR up lulu hiiiiiII tinets, Is only
tlireo-fourths of u mllo fi-oin itdeni po"t-
THOMAS A I'AYN'H
JOS. AMIKIIT. Agent, - - Salem, Oregon
i in p n n y .
e anil Jin.
Family Groceries Provisions, Fruits Etc.,
Commerolal Streot, Solum, Or.
Coun;ry pioducoof nil kinds nlwayH on
linnd. It you hmenot traded with mu bu-
lwn T t inlJmlf.illlf rrH.ktt it 4ljvl It.tl lyi.tt ...
I can suit you both In price unil quality. J
THE OLD RELIABLE
lllaeksnilth mid Wncon maker, John
Knight Is now fully established nt his new
iiuaitcrs on Libert' Street. Ho uses all
tho now methods In hi art nml makes a
specialty of diseases of horse's feet.
l'"rnnk Lynch has cliaigo of tho wagon
department nml does a general repairing
business. These genlloiiicu mo too well
onown for us 10 try and reenmnieiid them
Mr, ICnlghl has been heio for 11 cure
$50. HORSES. $50.
Ono hundieil head of brood innies nml
young horses for sale, forty or lllly
colts oxpected in tho spring Two lino
horses, Clyde mid l'oiohpon stock, weight
sixteen and seventeen hiindicd; h ivo been
with tho baud for tho past tlueo yearn.
Original stock fiom tho host (liiullty ol
niiires. for particidars iiihlrwa ovsto
W. J(. 1IYAKS,
OREGONiAN RAILWAY CO.
CIIAS. N SCOTT, - - lU'ccivcp.
nlttlcrt trnlliu U'lll rim flnllv nvr-t'iif. Mitlt-
dny) as follew:
l,v. 11 Amlil
0 1 Croariuic,
J 1. 10
AND MANY OTHER LEADING STYLES.
Also a (inlrtf Stock tf liirdware anil Farm Machinery, Wapns ami Cairfage ;alM'
OuMHtHitoprnefcet St Wrok)nla per
mile on &t aUtitwM ltlq c&U.
CXMineottou at II
IllMJImj Willi MIMI
k Buy nml Sell
Ileal Estate, Negotiate Loans
Transact a General Agency Business.
OPERA HOUSE, Court Street,
Wo have on our list n grcitt variety of very ilcstrablo nronerly fir
sale, anil na our liusiiiLMsirf not nUo50tlicrconllni)(l to Ileal ISslato trans
actions, wo lire able to furnish imreliiipcra tlieobtirgains willioiitt'lnluilng
Our long leelileneo In Uiisoiiitntry and faniiliarilv wltli its condition
and peculiarities render us competent jmlyei of whore tho best lands aro
to lie found and iuieluu.es made.
"Wo have faith in Oregon of its l'uturo jjreatjuss; and especially this
section of tbe'Willaniottco Valley The man who Invests hero in real
property runs no risks, it will be more profitable than b.uiU stookH. Our
soil and climate aro not o.eelloii, and people are tin llusr U out. XowJ is
tlio time to buy.
Wo aro situated so Hint parties ina'dligJinvestiuoiitH, if dejrcd can
secure loans on tho most reasonable ter.ns.
The following- partial list will show some of the proponles
we arc offering for sale.
100 aeies, OJ miles south of Salem, till under fence new barn and fair
house small orchard road by tho place. Payment down, balance on
time at 8 per cent, i'riee $5,01)0.
102 acres, f miles southwest from CJervals, good hou.so and liaru with
orchard Oii acres under plow. il,fi00 down, balanco on time. Price
. S-17.50 pur acre.-
407 acres, miles north oCSalcni, Impros'emenls llrst-class- JJ20 acres un
der plow plenty of stock water and range. Will divide land. $10
per acre for Improved part.
100 aeics, 7 miles east of Salem 80 acres iu cultivation f0 iu pastille
rest in young timber all under fence running water good hoiwo
barn granary orchard sell stock if wanted. $27 pur acre.
2(13 acres, 12 miles not (Invest of Salem on line between Polk and Ymu-
l.tll ,...., 1 1. .u ,.v...ll,.,,t I,,,,. I ,,,,,1 .,.,,,,1 ... ,!,.!, I.,,,. I.,.,,, I ..II ...,.1,.,. I'.....,..
111! I ii II ii I it r t;.tt utitiiit. itiiitt ittiti titm lit iiititit intMlltll llllliui limit;
part summer-fallowed. Part payment down, balancoon lime. J20
320 acres, 13 miles east of Salem, all fenced i
good oielianl several springs on tlio piace
good houses fair barn
guod roads to Salem. $30
1!)0 acres, 7 miles oast of Salem well watered with lnni and orchard.
The land Is Ilnoly situated and can bij divided into two places tlio
rdnd running on two sides ono-half mile from railroad, fcil per
200 acres, 12 miles east of Salem excellent Improvements allin culti
vation well wateieu anil nneiy situaieii. io per acre.
8.r acres 00 acres iu growing grain fair house and barn i acres
jneadow tine j ouug orchard one-half mile from 1'. O. crop goes
with place. Possession given at sale. Price $2,'I0().
0 acres, adjoining oast Salem with liouvo lxiru and orolmrd can be
.!..!'.., I.. ... .1 I) I..I.. I I.... I I I..ll..t..l'..l ..I Ill
iiiviuuu uiui o-- uoiu luin iiii-iuy iiiivjl nine u uuiigin nil view will
bo worth doublo present price hooii. 3,000.
850 acres, lfi miles from Saloin 300 acres iu cultivation two houses and
barns with orchard plenty of running water no bettor stock and
farming land iu Marion county all fenced is divided into many
Holds and pastures. A bargain forsomu one. Half down, balanco on
tliuo tobtiit. $15 per acre.
075 acros', 8 miles from Riileni all under fenco 350a!ros at ono lime un
der plow lino pfisturo land load along ouo side can bo divided to
cititf .titisilt.itjiii. nri-lifil I' flritvii Itttlii itritt ttit litittr flttt., ClT ...... i.t.i
nillb ,uinimnvt. wtiu-ii.tu ...... .., .....t.w tt. .iiij, tiiiiu. VII tu illlt-.
60acres, H inllos from Salem 1 j acres in orchard 4in garden 50 under
plow oMiauce goon immure goon uoimu nun imni. ciiauce lor
somo ono wanting garden projierty. 13,000,
Store and btoolt of merclmudio with waroliouiw worth fliOOQ alio rwddonco
it desired, sitimtcil on (). A (;. K. J(., good looatiou lor hugluiws no
butter grain aectlou In tlio Willamette Valley.
Good hou&o with'oiiH-half ucra of lund, In North Salem iiour street uir
lino when extended 11 wild soon, fuoo.
Half block lst Wulem, on mill crk willi good liouto and b.iin,
Plenty of fruit J250.
A. K. WallorV addition to
i'hu locution Is linn, upon
Wr oiler for tho flwt tlme-aboiit 30 lota Iu
Unli.m I'.illitllltr 111 iiFIiu, ri'illll BtAUl nUt
......, ....... v :v:i 7. . - - : . . . :vi :: " ".'" "i"-"
me iiigiioaigroiiuii iu iwat rjaiain, ovr.iiH)Kiiig ineuiitii'u city anil In
plain view ofull tlivKtato lliillillngii, with the Cuaat and ttnoado
MoiiuuilitB In tlio dlatuHce, wtille atlll euntwprd loom uplthrof aver
luHting snow iak,
Prompt Attention Given to Ail Inquiries
WILLIS k CIUAIUBHIilN-
' OihHA IIOUiSE WIMK, COURT ST.,
Saim, -i . : Oregon.
TH.E YAOUINA ROUTE,
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD
And Oregon Development company's
steamship line. i2f miles shorter, aj ticiurs
loss time than by nny othci unite. First
class through pflwoneer ami freight lino
from Portland and nil points In the Wil
lamette vnllev to nnd fiom San Francisco
TIME SCHEDULE, (Except .Sundays):
L.raio Albany ........ iioopi
Leave Corvnllla - '. - 1: 10 1 M
Arrive Ynmilnn ....... 5-aoi"J
Irf"e Yiiqulna ----.. .(i-'j.'iAJI
Leave Corvnllla ....... injs,-, a JI
Airlxe Albany 11:10 A Jl
o. ,t C. trains connect nl Albany nnd
i 'oi mills. '
I Tlieaboio tnilnt connect nt YAQUINA
n'tli the Oregon Development LVs I.lno
iisteinislilps between Ynqulnn nnd San
I r nielsco.
I SAIMNU UATES.
j sTKVMEUS, i'KOMSANFHANClSCO
i Williinette Vnlloy, Thursday Dee
i lllniiii'tte Valley Monday " 17
W lll'imctlc Vnllev Sunday " ;io
sri'AMl'US. FllOM YAQUINA.
v 'Lunette Valley... W'eduesdny Dec 12
V ''limietle Vtilley Monday " at
Tills company reserxes tlio ncht to
iMiipr mlllnK dales without notice.
.. m', "-''""fpuBors- mini Portland nnd nil
., ', , .-"... t.ttt itittivu close
iinineitloii Mlth the trains of the
. UMT1N A nm-TK.it Albany orCorvi.ll!9,
mil II destined lo San Fmnelseo, should
hi Lingo to 1111 ivo 11 1 no,uliin tho cvcnlne
IMsscncrr nml KielKlit li.itps Atwars thf
Wftrii .!"" "l"uatIonnpply to Messrs
lU'LMAN .t Co. Freight nnd Ticket
Agents '.1W mid aw Fmnl st., rortl.md. Or.
or to '
C.C. IIOOUK, Ac't aen'l Fit. A
l'nss. AgtOieson Tactile U.K. Co.
,-. ir ,.,, r Corvallls, Or.
C U. HASWEM,,Jr. Gen'l Frt;
Pass. Agt. Oiegon Development
Co., aoi Montgomery St.;
Snn Francisco, Cal'
timk TAitiii: mvEu division.
'fhecleg.inlly equipped steamboats, Wm
M. Hong. fapl. (Jeo. linnbe; tho N. H.
Ilentley, dipt. J.;p. Ceulter: tho Threo
SKteri, dipt. W. P. shert: aro In servlco
for passenger nml Height tinillc between
Coi'Milllsmid Portland mid lntermedlnto
points, making tlueo loiind tilps each
week as follews:
NOlt I'll 110tINl)-t.mves Corvallls Mon
day. Wednesday mill Filday at S u. in.
AirlM-s at Salem Monday, W cdncsdny nnd
I'Hday nt 'J p. 111. Le.uos Salem Tuesday,
1 hiiisday and Saturday nt 0 a. m. Arrive
nt P.ulland Tuesdii , Thursday nnd Satur
day st :i. io p. m.
"OlITU lll)lTN-I,eaNes Poiilnnd Mou
day, W ednesday and Frldav nt II a. in.
AnlM'sat Salem Monday, W'ednesdav nnd
1 ildaj at 7:15 p. 111. Leaves Salem Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday at l n. in.
Aiihes nt corvallls Tuesday, Thursday
Hiilimlii nt :i::ioii. m.
For Height nnit passenger mtes apply to
tliecniitalnsnuil pursers of the lcspectUo
boats, or lo W. M. D.ullng. agent, OKI and
iML Fiimt stieet, Portlniui; llllbeit Pros.
Hgents, Salem; I. M. Adair, agent, Albany
C. A. Jllller.ngent, Corvallls; or tothe gen
eral rielghl and p'lsvengei agent, Corxiillls.
O. A C. Irulus iiinuiet at Alii.iny nml
!' "W. UOW'KN, Snperlnlendent.
Win. HOAU. lleneral Manager.
Owiiaml lo Culifoiiiia
Sontlimi I'aciRe Company's Line.
TUB MOUNT SHASTA HOL'TIi.
Hun1 lii'lwcfii Salem ami Sa:i I raurlMti
OAItU'OllNIA DXl'lUSsS TRAIN HUN 11AII.1
llirrWBliN I'OIll l.ACllANll H. V.
r7nfri7r3ZZ 1ZIL 11 nii7
J:(lb p. ni.'l Lv. Poitiiind Ar. 10:ir.a. nf.
U:ll p. 111. J Lv. Snlem Lv. 7:B.ln. 111.
1:t!in. m. I Ar. Han Fran. Ly. 7.00p.m.
lI6cAI.I'A8HT:N0lTl'iliAfN ( daily i.
RD0 a. 111. I
11:10 a. 111
a: m p. 111
1 '01 Hand Ar. I JU.'i p. 111.
Salem l.v. 12:ri2 p. 111.
Kngeno. Lv. 11.00 a. in.
PULLMAN BUFFET SLHTOS.
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For neeommoditlloii ol second cl.iss
p isscnguiM attaclied to orpioss tinlns,
TI10S. P. eonipni'.y's Jeiry makes con
uiK'tlon with M tho legiuar truins on th
Fin" Wide Division Iroiu footol F strco
Vest Side Division. Between Portland
DAILY (flXflllT St'.NIlAY).
7::t07i7m7l Ia Piiitlaiiir"ArTrO:20 p. nf.
iB.jp p. 111. 1 Ar. Corvallls l.v. haOplm.
AT.-Al 1 hi 1 1 y nml Corvallls connect wltu
liiilusof Oiegon Pnclllc ltnllroail.
Thiotigh tluliotxto all points south and
east via C11III01 nla
KXI'IUCSS ntAIN (DAILY BXCKITHPNDAY.)
l:l p. m. I Lv. PorClnnd Ar.
K:00 p. in. I Ar.McMlniivHl8l.iV.
To nil polLts
SOUTH anil KAST
C A.LIK ORNlA.
I'or lull iiiloruiHtion regHnhng nites,
maps, uio., apply lo the Comimay'H ngent,
K. P. ItOORllS, Asst. (1. F. mid Puss. Ag't.
It. KOKlILUIt, .Mmiugvr.
Oregon Railway and Navigation
Columbia River Route.'
I'm In for the east Unvo Portland nt 7MS
i m Hint H p 111 dully. Tig ets to and froin
nlnolwl iMilntM Iu tin United mutes, Cun
ELEGANT PUtMANN PALC CARS
HmlKrant SltMpIni; Cura run throng "(on
ex prow tti Ins to
COUNCIL 111,1 VF
and st. l'AUi
Free of Clitirgo and Wit ou Change.
Connection at Portland for Sun Fran
iSfM) and Vuifn Bountl points.
KorlurthwmrtloulHrH liuiulre or I. A.
Manning, MMit of Hie ouniiuuy, VU
OQiamerltel irtraet, Huleni 1.1 ego 11, 01
A. U iliwvwll, O. P. A T. . Pwrttend
A. L. MAXWELL, O. P. AT. A
' M. H9LCOMB ti(n.enil Mncntfur,