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All Goods and Work Warranted.
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ONLY FOILED BY THE BRAVE CREW.
i:iulit .Mi-1 1 Capture ami Attempt to Cut a
freight Trnib In Two In Order to U-
r-ill 11 I'nat llxprcae 1'ollowlnc
Cliiio llnhlml A Donpemto
J'ltrlit l(ir .Mlli' 1111 tho
Milftly Moilus freight.
tJosiin.v, Ind., Nov. 27. Last night a
desperate uttumpt was made, almost
within tlm city limits to wreck tho
Now York fust express on the Lake
Shore road, which isdue here at 12:00
At 12 o'clock a shrill whistling In the
Lake Shorn yards and Irom tho water
works plant, which is located very
close to tho Lake Shore freight
depot, brought two of tho night
police and a number of i-ltUcns to
the scene. They found the first sec
tion of No. CO, the Chicago and New
York fast meat frolght train, in tho
yards, and a badly b.itteredup tralu
crew. It was soon learned from the
apparently ducd crew that two at
tempts had been made to use the last
ton cars of tho tralu to carry out a
dastardly attempt to wreclf No. 12.
tho New York fast express on the
Lake Shore road.
The attempt was on a plan singu
larly new in the annals of modern
train robbery, it was, however,"
brought to an unsuccessful end by the
rosihtnncoof tho trainmen, who fought
u constant batt o during tho run of
ten miles from Klkart. hurc.
The first of No. 00 pulled out qf
Klkhnrt at 10:30, with orders to run to
j.Igoiiior without stop AU seou-ed
well with tho train, but whon about
:i mllo from Kllfhart tho conductor,
John Ilickok, mid two brakcnicn were
attaukod by a baud composed of eight
burly tramps, who, it Is slnco learned,
boarded tho train at Klkhart and
had been concoulod botween tho cars.
They overpowered tho crow and yoro
proceeding to disconnect the last ton
ears when tho crow, ussistcd by tho
engineer and llroman, again secured,
control of the train. A second, tit
tumpt wan mado live miles further on,
and from that point into Goshen, a
run of four miles, a desperate light
was waged between tho eight robbers
and tho crew.
Conductor Ilickok, who knew tho
iminiuont danger No 13 was in of
running into tho freight, encouraged
tho bru.ioinon and an extra conductor,
Campbell, who happened to bo on tho
train and they waged a successful
fight until Uio train reached the
(1 blion yards. Tho battle for
tlm control of tho train was
desperate for tho last four
miles and Conductor Ilickok was
bady bruised and pummeled, as was
also ono of tho brakomen, who resides
at I'lkhiirL The robbers secured four
watches and ull tho money belonging
to the uruw. Tho engineer whistled
for help and officers were quickly
upon tho scene.
T'int tl)o eight robbers who were
upon tho train whon it arrived in tho
Uoshcu yards should havo escaped
tftioins incredible but such is the fact
Owing to tho dazed conditio of the
crow and tlo ignorance of those here
di lis to tho oauso jf stopping and alarm,
they all escaped. Two wore subse
quent y captured nnd the sheriff and
n posse are at present in hot pursuit
The plan of the robbers was ono
whlah, hnd it been successfully car
ried out.'would havo Incurred great
loss of life and money. They were
endeavoring to leave eight or ten cars
of the freight on tho track,
into which i hey expected No,
12 which was (a lowing close
nfter. woiildcra.li. Id theconneauent
elegant f 12."i Organ,
worth of goods purchased at our store.
Wo havo the finest line of
In Oklahoma, and at prlcon to suit
purcliiiMTS. Give us a trial and be
- Next to Guthrie National Bank,
wreck It is surmised that the wreck
on expected to get away with consid
erable boodle from tho express car.
The place where the first attempt was
made, one lnilo this side of r'lkhart.
wasono singularly well adapted for
that kind of work. It Is a sparsely
settled totality and one of the darkest
places on the road.
Desperate Shooting In fort Worth Kuril
In Hlt-re Mrll Killed.
Tout Worth, Texas, Nov. 27. A
bloody tragedy took pTnce at Hlco
yesterday. William Massey shot Will
iam Olds twice with a pistol, when
Olds drew his gun and commouced
firing indiscriminately, shooting a
younger bon of Massey's four times.
Olds discovered his mistake and fol
lowed the older -Massey, who ran after
ho shot Olds in the former's yard, and
shot him just as ho sank to tho ground
from loss of blood from the first
wounds. Olds was shot twieo. All
threo in -n aro dead. Massoy accused
Olds of being intimate with Mrs.
Massov. They were prominent far
mers of hightest respectability.
HELEN GOULD ENQAGED.
The NeT York tleireaa hulil to He AOlan
paid to Mr. Thorua of Texts.
RT. Louis. Mo., Nov. 27. A well
known railroad man n-w stopping at
tho Southern hotijHs quoted as fol
lows: "All this newspaper sensation
about Helon Gould being determined
to marry llavry Woodruff, a New York
actor, is silly and Is known to be such
by every genoral olllcer of tho Missou
ri Pacific system and niuo out of tun
of tho leading railroad ofliclq. s of
Texas. The man who is to marry
Miss Helen was selected by Jay
Gould during the spring of tl)u yoar
ill which he dipd. ilo is L. a Throne,
third vle president of the Texas
Puoitlc railroad, with headquarters at
J)allas. Tho marriage would have
occurred already but for Air. (iou'd's
death. Mr. Thome's acquaintance
with tho Gould family began" in the
snrinir of 1892. when ho was their
guest in thejr prlvato car at HI I'aso.
Jp the fpllowlng May Thorno was
promoted tq 'General Manager Grant's
position, and a few days later was
mado third vice president. Mr. Gould
siowcd every confidence in Mr. Thorne
and his engagement to Miss Helen has
long been known."
BANK WRECKERS INDICTED.
Hie ludlaiiapolle Oraml Jury Act on
tho IndlauapolU National Cttae.
Indianai-ohs, Ind., Nov. 27 The
United States grand jury has voted to
indict Theodoro P. Haughey, presi
dent of tho Indianapolis nn
tlonla bank; Schuyler C. Haughey,
president of e Indianapolis
Glue company and of the
Indianapolis Curled Hair works;
Francis A. Cofliti, president of
tho Indianapolis Cabinet company;
l'crclvnl II Coflln, s-crottiry ot
tho Indianapolis Cabinet company,
and A. S need, treasurer of the
Indianapolis cablnetcompany. These
aro tho five men already under bonds
for wrocking the Indianapolis Na
tional bank. It is possible that addi
tional indictments havo been returned
in the bank case.
VIOLENCE ON THE LEHIGH.
Non-Union Operator Ilrlicn Out at
jgjMM fuifr Xotch.
Wn.KEsn.utiu:, Pa., Nov. 27. At
Sugar Notch u mob entered the sta
tion and drove the non-union operators
from the premises. Tho station has
been abandoned for tho tlmo be ng.
Burgess Shields of Sugar Notch has
notified Sheriff Watters that he is not
in a position to preserve the public
Wathtnrton llrtlnr Made
and W, IC, Sllie Herenue Collector.
Wasihnoto.v, Nov. 27. Washington
Ileslng was appointed postmaster nt
Chicago and Willia i K. Mize collect
or of internal revenue for tho district
.of Chicago by the president to-day.
TREASURY. AGRICULTURE AND
THB SUMMARY OF A YEAR'S WORK
Treasurer Morgan Seta forth the Oou-
illtlon of i;nili nm'H trnnc; llox
riiirtuntlnue of tlm (.old upplj'
Dlirlnc the o.r Loliimlilan
Somenelr CiIik 'Were
Washington, Nov. 27. --The treas
urer of tho United States, Hon. I). X.
Morgan, has submitted to Secretary
Carlislo tho annual report on the op- j
eratlonsand condition of tho treasury.
The net ordlnarv revenues for tho
fiscal yenr were SJ91.810.028. 78, an in
crease of S3 ,831,811 .11 over those of
tho year before. Tho net ordinary
expenditures were S43.t,477.."i.1l 40, nn
increase of S33.4 ') 3.01. There was,
therefore, a decreaso of S7, .172.770. 37
in tho surplus revenues, reducing
them to 52,341,07120. Including the
public debt, the total receipts were
S7J2,S71,214 78, and the total expendi
The business of the treasury has
been conducted through the m.iln of
fice at Washington, nine sub-treasuries,
five mints, five nssay offices and
about 1G0 national banks designated
to act as United States depositories.
Kach of these Institutions held part
of the public funds, which amounted
on June 30, Ib'Xi, to 8780,351, SO.1.71. aud
on Juuo 30, 1S03, to S710,a38,0:..1..r.8.
After setting apart those sums of
gold, silver nnd United Stntes notes
which were held for tho redemption
of certificates of doposlt and treasury
notes, thero was loft a reserve or gen
eral fund of S187.012.7IO.71 In 1302
and SI08. G7.301..18 in 1803. These
amounts, however, included certain
sums of certificates of deposits, bonds
and coupons, which were unavailable
for any other purpose than the settle- I
mentoftho treasurer's account, and
which, if cancelled, wouid havo left
an uctual available working balance
of 9105,01.1,480.01 nnd 1.10,30.1,(,OO.R1
on the two dates respectively By
September 30 this balance had b3on
diminished to S140,.M0,21JS. 72, owing, of
course, to n deficiency in tho revenues.
At the end of September, 1888, tho
treasury held S332,. 11 1,300 of gold, the
largest amount ever reported Tho
largest amount o free gold ever held
was $218,818.2,13, in Match of the samo
year. Tho lowest points touched slnco
then wore S10O.7ll3.5sl of total hold
ings and SSI, 5.11, 3S,ri of free gold on
October 10. in April for tho first tlmo
slnco the gold reserve reached the sum
of SIOO.000,000, It fell below that fig
ure, and on the 14th of that mouth
the Issue of gold certificates was sus
pended, as required by luv. The loss
of gold was caused partly by de
ficiencies in tho revenues, but chiefly
by the presentation of legal tender
notes for redemption in tho coin
For the seven months beginning
with last December, upwards of S81,
000,000 was drawn out of the treasury
in redemption of notes, and the gold
reserve was reduced during tho same
period by S20.000.000. During the next
three months, with light redemptions
uud a donciency of S19, 000,000 in tlo
revpnues, tho treasury lost S1.1.000.0K1
of gold, but tho rpservo full only
Tho amount of gold exported during
the lis -al year was the largest ever
taken out of the country or brought
into It in any like period, being up
wards of S103,li00,(00
With lliopxception of nn increase of
S45,.100,000 in the amount of treasury
notes issued in tho purchase of silver
bu Hon, and a decrease qf S0,('00,000
ill tho combined voluino of gold cer-
tillcates, there has boon no important J
clange In the nubile dent
According to tho revised estimates
the total stock of money of all kinds
in the country on Juno 30, was S.',323,-,-)47,'.77,
or nearly 851, 000,000 less than
at tho same time last vear. This con
traction took place, notwithstanding
the addition of S15,r00,000 to tho stock
qf silver nnd an increase of SO.OOO.OOO
in tlio outstanding bank notes, unci
was caused, of course, by the exports
of gold In July, however, there be
gan a heavy return movement of the
metal, supported by u rupid extension
of the bank note circulation. By the
end of September the btock of gold
was restored to what it was when the
exports began. The total Increase of
tho ctTectlva stock of money in the
three months was no less thanSOi,
000,000, bringing it up to a figure
much above tho highest over before
reached. The treasurer remarks that
this sudtlou contraction aud expansion
within tho space of eleven mouths
affords a striking .illustration of the
degree of flexibility possessed by the
Tho revised figures for the amount
of money in circulation, that is out
side of the treasury, on .luiio 30, place
It at Sl,V.Mi,HUi,82, or about 50,000, ou
less than It was a year before. During
tho four months ending with October
thero wus nn Increase of S125,000,000.
a record altogether without parallel
In the history of tho country.
The redemption of United States
paper currency havo been unusually
heavy, amounting to S377.0 in.oot) in
the fifteen mouths ending with Octo
ber. Contrary to expectation the Colum
bian souvenir coins have not proved
popular. Some of them were never
taken out of tho treasury and others
liavo been returned for redemption.
An arrangement has been in content-
filatlon under which the half dollars
n tho treasury will bo recolned at
tho expense ot tho management of the
exposition. It has not yet been de
cided what disposition is to be mado
of the quarter dollars of this coinage
not disposed of.
The Work ami Nred. or the Acrlcultural
Department Set Forth.
Washington, Nov 27 The secre
tary of agriculture, in his report just
submitted to the president, regrets
I the vague character of the depart
nient organization, which lie says
'offers opulent opportunities for the
exercise of the most pronouueeil pa-
ternaltsm," but ho adds that there are I
manv nroner ways 111 rnieu inu
Uederal government may legitimately
servo tho cause of agriculture. lie
devotes considerable spaco to a review
of what ho regards us an anomalous
partnership between tho government
of tho United States and the govern
ments of tho rcsj-cctlvo states for tho
conduct nnd encouragement of state
agricultural colleges and experiment
l'eferrlng to the sum appropriated
f jr the uso of state experiment sta
tions!, ho says: "This appropriation
is unllko any other public moneys
legislated out of tl.e treasury of tho
United States because there Is no
officer of tho United States authorized
to direct, limit, control or audit its
Ilo suggests that the stations should
be entirely divorced from tho depart
ment, and the sum appropriated
cj, 'e(- ,nrcctl,
V to them, or that the
cretary should have some power to
direct und restrain their disburse
ments so ns, to insure n legitimate ex
penditure ot the same. He udds Hint
in view of the rumors that havo ob
tained credence In some of the states
and territories to the effect that
moneys appropriated to the stations
have been diverted from their legiti
mate purposes, a thorough investiga
tion should be made to demonstrate
either the truth or the falsity of such
In reference to expenditures, the
secrelnry states that his strenuous
endeavor, lu view of the depleted pub
lic tn.-ikiii-i mid tit tin limn. rut i v. ih-
..,., ulu tf n v. 1 vnra fill" .wntl(tliii. Ill i
the administration of tho government, I
has been to "rationally rcdticu expen
ditures by the diminution from the
pay-rolls of all person not needed for
an efficient conduct of the affairs of
Ho gives tho number of employes
when he took churgo as 2.407, and
states that there are now 011 the pay
rolls only l.OOl, a reduction of ."i03;aud
of tho 1,094 he says that eleven aro on
dut; in tho olllcc of tin civil service
commission, to which they were as
signed by request of the commission.
Ho has, during the first quarter of
tho fiscal year, reduced expenditures
lu comparison with tho correspon ilug
quarter of last year by over S.10,000.
The classified service is defective,
largely owing to tho inadequate com
pensation with reference to the ser
The distribution of seeds at the pub
lic expense is reviewed at length, and
its growth traced from tho year 1830,
when Commissioner of Patents Klls
worth obtained an appropriation of
S1.0J0 for the purpose of collecting
und distributing rnro varieties of seed
and for other purposes. Ho shows n
considerab c saving to have been ef
fected in the purchase and tho distri
bution of the seed this year.
The work of tho burcutu " of animal
industry is reviewed in detnil, Tho
result of the Texas fever regulations
is "renounced to bo h.ghly satisfac
tory, but, to increase their efllciency
It Is suggested that a penalty should
attach for violation of the department
regulations by railroad companies
transporting infected cattle. Tho
law at present does not provide for
tho Inspection of horses imported into
t ne country,
suggestion made that after supplying
copies free to libraries and educational
institutions, a moderntu prico should
be charged for the remaining copios.
Of the weather bureau It is stated
that the work has been carried on
with improved efllciency and economy,
a reduction in cost of maintennncy of
nearly ten per cent being effected, und
estimates for tho fiscal year being
correspondingly reduced. A reorgan
ization ot the branch has been par
tially effected, d -signed to modify
expenses nnd magnify the value of
the service to agriculture, commerce
and the people at large.
Concluding his report, Secretary I
Morton says; "That there are lu tho
United States more than 0,000,000
farms, on which dwell inoro than
30,000,000 people, furnish more than
seventy-four per cent of tho value of
exports of this country The depart
ment is, therefore, he argues, in
tended to be charged with responsi
bility nnd duties touching interests
intimately affecting the life, property
and happiness of the whole people."
Comml.iiouer Miller liirua In n llulky
Yolunie Without l.ecoitimeiidiitloua.
Washington, Nov. 27. Tho annual
report of Mr. Joseph Miller of West
Virginia, eommissiouor of Internal
revenue, makes no recommendations.
The bulky voluino of over 200 pages
(not including tables) Is mado up en
tirely of statistical information.
No mention is mado of in
come tax or increase in tho
rate of taxation nn distilled
spirits, limit liquors, tobacco, or any
other products coining under the scope
of tho internal revenue laws. As
suming that the rates of taxation will
remain the same, the commissioner
estimates the probable revenue from
into ual revenue for next yeartitSHO,
000,000 This is Sli.ouo.ooo loss than
last, year's estimate and SU, 000,000
less than tho actual yield last year,
which was SHll.000,000. Thero has
been n decrease of S5,S10,00U in tho
lirst three mouths of tills fiscal year.
Por a number of years pttst the re
ccints from Internal revenue have run
nl....rp ..n n ..11, !, ,, r,,,e .ni. .,,.. I ili.lSrw '
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scale, notwithstanding that during
the period noted several reductions in
rates and remissions of taxation havo
been enacted. The receipts were
SIlO.OOO.oo;) In 188(1, stlS.ooo.OOO in
16S7, S124. 000,000 in 18S3, 5130,000,000
in I bSU, 8142,000,000 in 1S90, 8140,000,
000 lu 1801, 8153,000,000 in 189.', and
8101,000,000 in 1893.
Tho chief collections have been
i rum u suueu apiriu, nun uiu uui
infill ll.ii.iAu nnil t.klin,si Till. Iimii.
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ncr collection districts, in the order of
utnAuut collected, were, last year, as
follows: Peoria. Fifth Illinois 18,
m.OOO; Louisville, Fifth Kentucky
81 1.02.1,000. Cincinnati, First Ohio S10.
2.10,000; Chicago, First Illinois 810,101,
000; St Louis, First Missouri t'8, 474,000.
Thtfro has been a doereaio of over
S00.OOO in tho amount collected for
smoking and chewing tobacco, which,
- ( j, attributed to tho oyera tlons qi. th
ami an .imenuuient in , ., ,. decisive iivo soomed tho onlv
s respect is suggested. . thing left for him to adopt Itnmodl-
romiseuous free distribution of ,i ,,. i,it ,,.i,,m,, .,,,. ir--n.i
bllcations is condemned, t"l the i, i.,, ,i, i,n i, ni.i t., ut.....i
NOVEMBER 2, 1803.
now law permitting the sale of tobio
eo "in hand" by fanners and retail
dealers. In cigars, cigarettes nnd
snuffs there has been an Increase of
ri,t.0pls Nearly t.r.oo.OOu more jal
Ions of whisky have been wlt'nirawn
from bond during the year than last
year. Most of It was bourbon whisky,
and the reason for its wlthdrawul was
ithat tho bonded period had expired,
and efforts to obtain an extension
fulled. In regard to sugar production
1 tho commissioner says:
The operation of the law lu regard
to the bounty oil sugar has had the
effect so far as cane sugar Is concern
ed to Increase the production and
to lessen tho number of sugar facto
ries or licensed pioduccrs.
The production of beet sugar lit the
states of California and Nebraska nnd
the territory of I'tah showed an In
crease of 15,000,000 pounds. Sorghum
sugar decreased on account of the rav
ages of "chinch bugs. ' The produc
tion of maple sugnr has increased.
Work of ('Hilton .Ionian Willi
ItrtnUer mid Knife.
SrvMorn, Ind.. Nov. 27. As there
suit of a terrible tragedy, growing
out ot a family feud, live people are
dead in their country home, seven
miles east of this city. Pour years
ago Clinton Jo. 'tin, then 21 years old,
married a daughter of Joshua Poster,
with whom ho has never lived
happily. Last week they sepa
rated,' and she returned to tho
home of her father. Late last night
Jordan met his father-tn-law, and ac
companied htm home, contrary to the
wishes of the latter, who feared
.Ionian promised he would
do no harm. Shortly after his arrival
nt tho Poster home he. bagan a quar-
rel. Poster then ordered him out
of tho house, when Jordan fired at
the (dd man, but missed him, the bull
striking Miss Cora Poster, aged 17, In
the head, killing her instantly. His
second shot hit Poster In the head and
he fell, but he soon rose anil ruu a
quarter of u mile to tho home of an
other son-in-law, William Powell,
j where he fell and lingered until lute
I yesterday tifternooii, when ho died.
Jordan then turned his revolver
toward Mrs Poster, his mother-iu-luw.
shooting her lu the neck, tho ball
rang ng downward nnd causing a
1 wound from which sho died Inst
night. .Ionian's wife attempted to
defend her mother, and he stabbed
her repeatedly in the brenst,
I hands and face, and ended bv
shooting her through the head. Jor
dan then opened his vest and placing
the revolver against his breast sent a
ball through his heart lib dropped
dead, falling across tho dead body of
i his wife. The pistol was placed so
close to his breast that Jordan's cloth
ing caught lire and was literally
burned off mm, the nkln dropping
from his body when lifted.
lumen It. Kovcrolcn of Iowa
Piui.ADr.i.Piir.v, Nov. 27. T. V. Pow-
f'ur'v resigned h s position of general
master workmen of tho Knights of
Labor Saturday afternoon. Ho was
. unable to keep the delegates in tho
Hue l0 ha,i marked out for them, nnd
to some ersoual business.
Nineteen delegates yesterday sent a
telegram to James K. Sovereign of
Des Molues asking him to accept the
office of general master workman. Ho
replied he would accept and will be
elected to-day without a doubt.
SCHAEFER IS CHAMPION.
Wizard of tho Cue" Defeat
Nupoleou" Ivea at llllllmrdi.
CiiK-Afio, Nov. 27. Jake Seliacfer is
ngaln tho champion billlardist of the
world. Ho won the -t,000 point,
U-liieh balk lino match with Ives
Saturday night Tho scoro was:
Schaefer 4,000; Ives 3,04,1 Kohaofer
started in on the night's play over MX)
points behind, und by remarkable
playing won out Ivoh played a
rugged game aud could not maintain
the standard of his pant records. Tho
contest was the greatest in tho history
of billiards; both players broke all
previous records of nvorago and high
FATHER OF THE HOUSE DEAD.
Coiiercauiau t'lmrlra O'Neill of I'euu
aylvanla l'uatea Away.
Washington, Nov. 27. Tho death
of Uepresontatlvo Charles O'Neill of
Pennsylvania, which occurred Satur
day evening, robs the house of repre
sentatives of its "father." Mr. 0'Ne;il
entered congress as a representative
from tho Second I'ennsylvania district
in 1S03. He has served in every cou
gress since, except the Porty-seeond,
which was the only occasion in which
he suffered defeat ut the hands ot his
FIRE AT HANNIBAL.
I'leveu llulhlliie and Content! Valued
lit H'lllO.OOU Ilettmjred.
Hanniuai., Mo., Nov. 27. Tho most
destructive tiro In tho history of tho
city occurred Saturday night, tho
total loss being ostlmutc-d ut over
The firo originated lu the largo store
of tho Williams-Voorhees dry goods
company.in tho millinery department
It spread rapidly until eleven sub
stantial brick structures were de
stroyed with their contents.
Terrible Iteiult of the Karthquako
1-cralit 1.4 t Week.
London. Nov. 27. A dispatch from
Thornn kuvs thnt 19.000 nprjuina were
, j(Ulo(l Jn K9han Persia, by an earth
i - '
1, ltt wnn
quake last week. Ten thousand
bodies have been recovered from tho
ruins. Fiftv thousaad cattle wro
killed Shocks are still feudally.
J.i)hairkera Not In It,
Kansas CiTVi Nov. 27. Four thous
and people witnessed the foot ball
game between Kansas and Michigan
universities. Michigan won by a
j score of SSi to a
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109 HARRISON AVENUE,
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Furniture, Queensware and Cutlery!
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113 OKLAHOMA AVENUE. 113
A full line of Books. Stationary, News, Office and School
Supplies always on hand.
H. A. BOYLE, Proprietor.
EAST HARRISON AVENUE.
MRS. D. E. MORELAND.
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E. M. KNAUSS, Manager.
. A. C, HIXON. Prop'r,