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DEATH LURKED IN
COLLISION OF TRAINS j
Fatal Aooidont on tho Missouri
Pacific Ivtiilroad.
A LIST OF THE CASUALTIES.
Trains Were Behind Their Schedule
and Were Trying to Make Up the
Time When They Camo Together In
Awful Crash.
Kansas City, June 4.?By a head-on
pulsion between two Missouri Pacific
r?s?engor trains near Mastln, 22 inilot:
south of this city, one person has
been killed audi 19 have been injured,
inost of the lattar being passengers.
The trains wea>e No. 1, tho Colorado
Flyer, westbound, and No. 80, a HoiKington,
Kan., accommodation train,
east-bound. The dead:
AufiusJt lJlcom Clear Lake, S. ft.,
Mealing a ride on the blind baggage.
Tlve Injured:
C. A. Sl#cum, enflueor, of Flyer,
teg broken.
E. W. Whaley, fireman on Flyer,
head cut; badly bruised.
E. W. Ford, porter, head bruised.
E. Conklln, fireman on train No.
30, lcnoe mashe-d.
Mra. John G. RdblnBon, lkilt)inujr?,
right leg wrenched.
James Furnlces, oonduotor on train
No. 30," badly bruised.
D. A. Ebwoll, of O-vsawatomic, Kan.,
engineer on train No. 30, condition
serious; probably injurod internally.
M.v- J. niasdale, Kansas City, log
out; bamiy-NJjruilsed.
W. J. Fornix Osaawatomle, Kan.,
head sovorely cut." ^ v.
L.. Q. Slick, Kansas City, leg sprained.
Henry Cassolbuna, Now York, nose
broken.
Dais Lu>cas, mall clerk on Flyor,
body bruirtod. ?
Frank Lunk, Kansas City., shoulder
bruised.
Ira Palmer, Loa Angeles, head cut;
body bruised.
Louis Palmer, Kansas City, bond
out.
W. J. MtoAlifoe, PuoCMo, Col., bead
brulK?d, knee hurt.
William Nichols, Ft. Douglas, Utah,
right aid? hurt.
Mrs. Mary Klttler, Portland, Oro...
knoe bruised.
Miss Posten, Boston, loft knoe severely
bruised.
Doth trains wore behind their schedule
and wore trying to make up the
time. No. 8(1 had orders to take n
siding at Mastin, but had not roaclw^
that station, and was " " , * a
rert a mile
Fiyer " =fv>Mos woro dfrniollsh.
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\ The (i^y coaoh on the acconvmodaf
tlon train was teloscopod as was the
mall car on the flyer. AM the cure
of both train<s were thrown from the
tr&ok and tho track and road bod was
completely wrecked.
A rellerf train was sent from Kansas
City witih a dozen physicians.
8ome of the injured were niavle
oomilort?t>lo at Maatin aud others wore
brought to ICauHas City.
COLLISION ON SOUTHERN .
One Engineer Was Roasted to Death
Under His Engine.
I?ui?ville, June 4.?An l^tening
Po?t special from llarrodaburg, Ky?
rtkVs:
A freight train collided with ?
work train on the Southern railway
i u?> T7 Iinrnj, IllillllH l>WO Illl'Ii IU1K1
Injuring Mix.
Tho d?ad:
John Scanlan, engineer of freight
train.
Sam Wi'lliama, of work train crew.
The InjureiW
Clarence Steele, section bo*a.
Jamoa Weteti, fireman.
Ik-hat Hoffman, work train crow.
A.ndr?w lSlMott, negro.
William Todd, negro.
Ito/bent. L?k>a, negro.
Aoanlon wan roa&to-J to death under
Ma engine, and the work train was
tHMTY?d,
National Quard Effective.
Miontfernery. Ala., Juno 4.?Captain
A. 9. Morgan, United States army, report?
on tho Alabama national guard
liifyppctlon. Tho flrat infantry, while
not adequately equipped, Is in shape
for ordinal y dom?stiLc duty with full
eomplomout of men. Tho Third into
atry oouM mu*tor about hnlf the
number allowed General esprit du
corps o< mnn Is k<x*1 with tho privates
anxiou i to learn and ready to obey
ojv$<wh. Mowt officers arc efficient,
tout Bomo sro woefully Lacking In
Vnovrlodgo of tholr duty. Artillery
aniuttmont is poor and a change Ik
s?od?d. There la no question of tlie
atlre reliability of the guard in all
domestic emergencies.
Charge of Conspiracy.
St lyoiris, June 4.?The April grand
Jury which reported today indicted
James M. Selbert, stat<o excise' com*
mbwloner, on the charge of consplra
oy to hltvdof tbo due administration
of law. The Indictment grows out
(? Investigation ln<<> the flagrant violations
of th? excise laws In the city
of 9t. Ijouis. Tho grand Jury also
returned indtctmcntu against five captains
of steamboats, who arc charged
with permitting gambling on their
boat*.
Start I lug Kvldenee.
Fresh testimony in groat ijnanity is
constantly coming in, declaring Dr.
King's Now Discovery for Consumption
Couglu. ami Colds to bo nnefpidrd, A
roeont exnreflsion from T. .1. McFarland
Ilontorville, Vu., serves as example. Ho
writes: "I had Itronobitta for tlireo
years ami dooforod all tlm time willioil
being benifitsMl. Tl on 1 began Uking
Dr. King's Now Discovery, and a fow
l>otUw wholly (.nrod me,1' Rnnally offeetive.
in curing all I.nng ai d Thio t
troubloH. Consumption, Pneumonia an I
Grip. Ouar.intfol by Pickens Drug Co
Trial bottles /roe, regular bizia GOe, and
81.00.
V
FLOODS IN THE WH8T.
thmago Already Roaches Hundreds of
Thousands of Dollars.
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Kansau City, Juno 4.?Further rains i
have fallen in eouithcirn Kansas within
the paat. 12 hours, and the Hood con- '
ftltiona in the valley of the Neosho 1
I and Cottonwood rtvora continue to
[ grow worse. The streams are higher 1
i than at any previous time In 20 years,
. not excepting the ilse of a year ago, 1
| p.nd they aro still rising.
| The Kaw, which caused the real
, damage from Kansas City west to
! Manhattan la t;ho flood of 1903, contliv!
ues to come up slowly at Topeka,,
Lawrenco a ml Kaitvas City, but as ye#
tio alarm Is fodt oven* tlie result o.'
j the flood along tlile stream, although
the Missouri river at Kansas City
I 1b high and rising slowly, It lu beJ
'Joved It will be able to carry off the
j 'great amount of water coming this
Way from tihe west through the Kaw.
j 'As tho streams which are the high
?n nro inose on me ivaw watershed,
nnd drain into the river south of Kansas
City, whatever serious damage te
done must affect southern Kansas territory
and will not do nuutcrial datrvWge
at Kamiias City. Lawrence and
North Top ok a. which towns suffered
uho brunt of last year's flood.
Oklahoma and Indian Territory
streams are also high, and in some
Instances have already ovefliower
fhoir banks, inundatiijg valuable farm
lands.
Railway service throughout the
southwest is still demoralized and a
dozen or more trains are stallod li>
Kansas. The damage already done
by the llood is immense.
Hundreds of thousands of dollars'
worth oi bridges have heon destroyed
and growing crops have been great
ly damaged.
As far as known but two lives, a
worn a;; IT Ti i M, :?a ir. n3 :;w n,
Who were drowned at Florence, have
been reported.
The greatest damage wrought Is in
the great oil Holds of southern Kansas.
Railroad traffic on all ltn?> in that
section haw been abandoned. In some
places tjho NcoMho is (5 miles wide
and the people are moving about in
boats. In lola, tho NeAtflio is 6 miles
wide, and a foot higher than it wws
year. There has been much
damago to farm property and the loss
of cattle drowned will be high.
Rock anid 13! m creeks liavo backed
their water into the town and 100 families
along thoir banks driven from
their homes were forced to tako shelter
in the court house. The river
is 'till ricinig today.
Ajt Florence business is prarM',-,,*
ait a fftandeAlll, and i? -"Ants ore
,novlr.., A passengCT
u-ain is tied up at Cleunerats and the
paasonigers were comtpelled to remain
In the oars all night. Food was
brought to them in boats. At Dmpo
ria many peramy have been res>euc*l.
THREATS KEPT HER SILENT.
Afraid to Tell Police of Kidnaping
oT Her Child.
Now York, Juno 4.?Al'tor five (toys
of silence In ft-ar of kidnaping Mrs.
Folipo Basso, an Italian woman, l(v.
ing In Fir^t avenue near One Hundred
and Twnnty-sixtli street, ha<s reported
to the police that her daughter..
a pretty child of II! years, was
stolen last Sunday. It Is said to be
the fifth case of the kind in a fort
night.
Two tnon snatcftied the girl from her
playmates In the street, placed her in
a closed carriage and drove away.
Every effort wok nuacfe by the Basso
family to trace the kidnapers, but
without success. Th<*y wore in constant
feair of death and did not report
tho matter to (he police until the arrival
of a loiter apparently from (Tie
man. It stated that there was no
help for (he child; that she could not
bt> recovered and threatened the Bassos
with terrible vengeance if they
made the matter public. Tlioy hesitated
no longer, and a house to house
search was at once instituted
throughout "Little Italy." No clow
to tho lddnapora has yet been obtained.
EXPLOSION OF NATURAL OAS.
Four People Fatally Injured; Eight
others Seriously Hurt.
Put ran ou nt. W Va . June I ?Uv>ur
poaple were fatally hurt and olght
others iwrloualy injured today hi an
explosion of natural gas, which wrecked
a Large boarding house here
Inimodlatel> foMowhig the explosion
fire broko out, and the occupants who
were burled In tho rut as were readied
with difficulty. Those who were
fatally hurt are:
Mrs. VV. Dent and two daughters,
Mrs. 1*7. M Wraafey.
i he explosion was oaused by a natural
gas leak.
rtewaras Aggregate
Atlanta. Juno I - -The Atlanta ('on*
(rtllutlon offers a reward of $f>flO for
tho arroHt.. with proof to convict. <?f
tthe murderer or murderer* of Miss
Sophlo Kloecklor Tho governor has
offered a ixiward of |250. The rewards
now aggregate* $75o, ami thoro is now
absolutely no lack of Inc^ntlvo on the
part of public and prlvato detectives
to oxept every offort U? discover tho
man who committed thia murder
which will go down In tho criminal
record of Georgia us one of tho mo?t
foul and m,j*storlou.s over committed.
Worst of All Experience*.
('an 11113thing ho worso tlian to foi l
that every minute will l?n your last?
| Such wan the experience of Mrs. S. II.
i Nowhoii, Decatur, Aln. "Fur three yeara"
i who writoa, "I outlined in-lfer able pain
I from indigestion, Htomnch mid bowel
! trouble. Dcnth Boomed inevitable when
j dootorfl anil a 1 lemodioaf died. At length
i w.ih induced to tr.v Kleotlio Bittern
ami tho result waa miraeul' uh. I im- ]
proved nt. once and now I'm completely
recovered.*' For Liver, Kidney, 8torn- 1
ach and Bowel tronblo E'octrio Bittern 8
in tho only medicine. Only OOo. Ite
guaranteed by 1'iokeuH Drug Co. <
I r U: -
WOMAN AND FASHION
A Smart Illoaco.
Hero Is a model from Paris which
has a clile all Its own and yet Is no
simple that almost auy woman who
wields a needle can copy It for herself,
rtie Imported model Is fashioned of a
changeable yellow and silver ineasaline,
with broad bands of tillet Ince la
an unbleached tint. The little chemisette
Is tn white moussellne, this Interposing
between the yellow silk and
1
OHIO FRENCH DLOUSK.
the lnce, ranking the yellow doubly becoming.
The nilk Is shirred over cord* j
nt the bust line nud nguln above the
wnint, the uleeves being shirred to correspond.
Ilretelles of lace define the
vest, and tlu> lonir Hhoulder offeot 1h !
simply attained In tlio strap epaulet
which extends down the sleeve to the
olbow. The sleeve Is cut unusually
full, and a deep ruflle of edge luce falls
daintily over the hand. The belt Is of i
noft7-"~'7,\ with q Jlenrl IV. buckie
of "dull h'ilTvv. '
Knnliloit Topic*.
Petticoats of sillc foulard are new
and will wear well.
Beautifully printed chllTons are to be
worn for sashes as well as for scarfa.
A feature of 18,'M) modes is the quantity
of trimming in self material.
The prettiest holt buckles are those
French enamels representing flowers.
Charming dress lints are woven of
whHe horsehair as lustrous as silver.
Figured taffetas need little trimming
except a draped llchu or bertha.
White kid shoes embroidered with
light brown beads are a pretty accessory
for the pongee gowns.
Urnuonlo iwtf f.iult uni.in unft ?uv
coming blouses among the not at all expensive
kind.
Parasols of **?r- * *?*-?-' * "> 011 with
v....,.oiiune(l oriental borders are
flash across the summer landscape.
While nml Gold (he Tl>lnH.
The white lmt is fashion's eholee.
The introduction of a bit of gold or silver
lace, braid or tassels is frequently
seen. The tint called champagne Is
next to white in favor and has the advantage
that it will not sunburn or become
discolored. I'ale blue and reseda
green are other fashionable colors.
Anion;' the novelties in gold trimmings
rtre the cockades in white and
gold, all gold or in straw and gold or
black and gold. There are also the
gold epaulets, gold cords, braids and
tassels. A drapery of white or black
laco is another of the season's innovations.?Delineator.
Mornlnnr Coilnme.
A pale shell pink linen batiste of exquisite
sheerness is embroidered in the
English eyelet work executed In fine
white linen threads. The broderie
fashions n r>n no-l IW? vnlrr> in
which the biittate In shirred, tbo blouee
? ; ''.V',-,
.. s
GOWN OK LINKS II ATI ATX.
and tlx' simple pnlY sleeve being caught
into u girdle and culT of black velvet
respectively. The Hklrt is laid In deep
plaits, these stitched down for a short
distance below the waist, and a deep
flounce of the broderlo nffordu a smart
finish.
Summer Silk*.
The smnll old fashioned pin chock
silks never go quite out of fashion, and
each season there is a revival In their
favor. This season they are shown for
shirt waist suits In dainty colors, and
at the Junction of each check Is a small
polka dot of white.
Shake Into Your Shoe*.
Allen's Foot E>so, a powder. It onris
painful, smarting, nervous foot and ingrowing
nails, an[> instantly takes the
sting out of corns and iuuiions. It's the
greatest comfort discovery of ago. Al
leu's Foot Ease muk?slight or new j-hocs
feel ous. It is a certain euro for sweating,
caToils an>l hot, tir? d, aching feet.
Fry it to day. Hold, by all Druggists
itnl Hhoontores, 25*. i)on'I accept subit.
tut . Trial pauk'ign FltEK. Address,
\lh u H. OIuihUkI, Le liny, N. Y, Fickjub
Drug Co.
4 / - . N
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PALL'S \
It it true you want to look old? Thci
then use Hall's Hair Renewer, and
of carl^Jjferestored^
Tobacco Ta as
A little tiling lo foul with, etill some nix
ll?ynolda' tagH, bUisli ?t< Browns Mule, Senna
2 tag* buys you a box of matches, 100 to box,
5 taga buys ft Imv of good laundry soap. live
equal value. Bring me your taga, if matches
trade theui for somwthing else,
B.v i\ lucky purolinB.' I run offer you n fiu
30o iu 10 g?l. lots. These nre fully as good n
liuvo a No. 1, ml syrup ut 25c in 10 gd. lols.
My pi if?h on Tobaooo in Inst ad. hold go
A few old stock Colton Hoes cheaper tlin
I or a short time I will soil Mens and Wc
v FINE 81
At 10a pair profit. Come Mid sea about llii
I am clcHiug out n few fine Clio 'Sd for wl
Big prices paid for Chickens?Cash or G
T. D. ^
r?mm Him mini mi inimi
COUG
I? Hor? hound, Mu)li? n on
effective r? n.rdiea known f<>r ?mir>g con
11 nd all nlft'CtiouH due to it flawed i.id
Hogfw. It in prompt in i.lfiodiiig reii
toning a cure.
Murray's Ilorchouiul
may bo iuWI to acivuutngo in c:.pcr \vl
,-T* Ie? plraaniit, purely vegetable ai.d al
Nothing el He liko it in all the world.
Eg house, ready at hand when needed. !'
in catw-h of ernnp. It Iuir reinatkabh
H yams of wlioopiog cough. l'i ioo 25e.
I purchaser. AT DRUG S'
I'ropared by tho Murray l)iu
Vhhohbbhhmbb!
r??? ? ' 'jg. i > -r
Spring &
-DRY G(
I sim now rendy with si complete 1
Goods, Notions, Men's and Women's 1
I used my best judgment and yeort
oioodp, getting tin* very lowest pric
?iv<> uij nutomers the benefit. of my
GijoJh nt the
...Lowest Liyj
My Drets Goods Stock is the h??Pt
lilaekn, in a range of prices from 10 c<one
of the nicest Black Goods for Sua
cents. I am willing for you to com pa
$1 25 with any $1.50 Silk on this marl
In Colored Wash Goods, Dimities,
describe them. Can ihow you a big li
as such pi iens t.s nit li goods can he ho
Stock is full with all goods and pnc
Linens, Ribbons and Laces in ahundan
so you can ^et what you want at any tin
SHOES. Don't give me out on Sh
seasonable goods. See u* w hen you ro
A * k'
n? 1^
Dry Goods Stoie, West End
RIGHT f
IN EVER1
The Suit or Over
perfectly and 1<>
position you stan
Our clothing is n
not as they mighl
we alter it until it
Everything latest
fabrics and tailorc
L. ROTHSCh
GREENVILLE,
Sole Agent lor 1
Nufangl Trousers
| J. F. H/
rfAYS "LOOK BEFO]
R An/1 vnn will 1tcrlif.nl PTrTfP.VM W Z1
I ami Mont Com pi
GENERAL ME
llo linn over ortrrietl, My frado in inor<
and IIoucHt Valuta. Tlio BEST of ev<
my advertisement. Never miml tlio pi
Imonoy.
...BUY THl
Of everything and yon will l#arn by ex
cheap, t-t. 1/ joq want > njtl ii g in th
to l>ny u Lot or r<nt u Homo, ot l?ny ?
any money l-y m Hng n.o l efoic you ir
J. F.
THE CASH M
f
ECETABLE SfCILIANl I m
[air Renewed I
a keep your gray hair. If not,
have all the dark, rich color
If jvm druftfsl tUK4 cppty you, moJ f 1.00 to
ft. F.1IA1X ft CO., KuW N..II?
Wanted 1...
pie snvo them. For most of li. J.
|>i>?, Eiuly Bird, Sweep Stakes, etc.,
. 3 tags bnyR a bar of Castile soap.
1 Meat and Ijiborty Boll tugs have
i and s.>ap in not what you want,
fa Molasses at 35o, 3 gal, for 81,00, or !
nd bright as home-made sorghum. I
o?l for a while longer.
n I can buy thorn now.
imeiiu
ioes v
I
is - Money in it for yon.
I<a* tlioy will bring.
oods. CfTI always want Produce.
iarris.
ms | "
d Tnr is con-puf.ed of the mo8l |
phs, cold?. In grippe, sore throat g
n ritutcil condition Oio air pan- C
ef ami cor tain in i t h i fl\ct of has- 8
1
Mullicii nail Tar
pip r.Jlicr medicines Imvo failed i
.inolnti l.v *.->fe for old nml young. B
]t k|i< iild linve a place in every |
iucdIh will HihI it? effect magical B
virtue in coptroMing tlio parox |
Guarnntced nalinfactoiy to every 5
TORES.
g Co., Columbia, 9. C,
Summer
)0I)S!?
inp 01 Spring and Summer Dry
Jmlerwear, Hosiery ar.d Shoos
i of pxpt-noiio.) in buying those
e popftihlo, and now I propose to
oxp?riuuce and sell them Dry
iiii>' Prices...
1 have I'vcr f-V- iw11 iii <5.dors and
iitk to $2 ii yard. I ani showing
iinnr w.-pr in tho niarkot' for 50
re my 1 yard wide Black Silk ai
jft. It will lioa saving to your
Organdies, Lawns, Ac., wo can't
no of tbem and at an lew prices
ught anywhere. White Qootid,
ps. Some Big Values in Table
co and will be kopt ail Sum mo.
nc,
oes. Stock always complete with
mo to Greenville.
PARK,
Greenville, S. 0.
)t PARTICULAR.
coat you buy here fits you
oks well ro matter in what
d or sit.
lade to I t w?en as they are,
t be. If it does not fit at first ?
does fit.
in style, of the most worthy
id in the most perfect manner.
i/LD
S. C.
lawes' Hats, Dutchess and
IRRISl
* ^ a
RK YOU LEAP"
.. wliero lie now linn 1 lie Largest
L'to Lino of
RCHANDISE,
^sing every <by. I'uir Dotting
)rything for the leant money ia
ioe of nu nrticlo if its worth tl?o >*
I BEST...
pericnoo tlmt The ]le?t (h the
e Mercantile Line, If yi n want
> lii.iiRo and Lot, 3011 wont lone y
J v<
Hike a trade. m
lire truly, ,to
HARRIS, ?;
ERCHANT. |!i
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6WTHCI^1 GP.TTSH Oil, <
? SMITH &
\\ BRING T
1 The Smart?!
,, Offered Her
Jj The smartest tailors on'onrth arc r
that furnish this store with appare
9 ishitiK business. Season after we
there is no difTirence in tho madethe
smart suits we offer?except tl
B pared to convince yon of this fact
1 YlnlE rl&SEPT Ini
| FLAT OF PI
I ..,F2R 5PRINQ fU!-I
jy than at any previous lime. Tin- tt
0 reached?Perfection in the art of t
u new garments that now comprise o
W here about Easter time, s:> advise 3
7r your new spring and summer suit
V* our time in fitting you. It is our \
\\ leave the store until lie is pleased ii
1 Smith 6*
(/ LEADING C
vv Greenvil
I I i I I
w
Have
Received
Window Shade?
Iron Beds, Woven
Springs, Stoves, Tin1
Lamps, Lanterns, and?
tides about a I Iome or Fai
on us and look through our
cost nothing for you to li
in showing you o
you buy
or
W. T. >
ll, Tasteii
BRIDAL
?i
SILVFIIWAI i I
DI AM ON DS,
CUT C
Don't Call to hoc our
J. F. BRUIN
I ?}u%i ?Si 8fB
Now i? tho timoio invest in I?
*l 8?'? l
277 ncroft within milts of Six
!nnrf> iu (.riginnl fest. Fine ti
water. To is to suit pu
no lot 11 acres town limitN
? lid bam and finfurden. \Vi
1 ,i 1G acreH, gne fa in 3 miles "
,d. also running Btiria. A rice
q 194 acres in apl'jd neigh bo
i>< houses. Fine timber.-^rgjB to suit
For further infoi^ - r?j? I1 on
1 . JI:iL'g
s\ Offioo r.t Depot. g O ? Of
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!??* SAVANNAH QJ\. 9,
BRISTOW|
O TOWN \
n ^ D m B B U
?t uioining j)
e in Years. 1
mployed in the establishments ?
1. This is one reason of our Hourhave
demonstrated to you that ?s
to-iueasnre kind of clothes and
le price. And we are better preAQPiriCENT
BIS- i
EW SUITS I
synnii weak... 1
)p notch ot goodness lias been M
adoring has b->en attained in 'he fp
nir stock. There will he a rush ff
rou to come this week and choose ?
or top coat. Wo want to take 7)
vav of doing tilings to let no man V\
11 lit rnd style in every particular.
LOT H I
I I ! I
'E
i J u s t
a nice lot
lied Lounges, /
Wire Cots, Becl
ivare, Crockeryware,
t lot of other useful ar*111,
and we invite all to call
Rooms when in town. It
jok and we take pleasure
ur goods whether
anything
not. . 1
t'FALL.
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S, W-AT01 I ES,
, JEWELRY,
J-LASS.
lino of Art Pottery.
I Q The Jeweler,
' ) low N. Main St. Greenville, M. C.
i For Sale.
ichens real etdalo. Buy bi foro
;oo high.
M Ho church, 70 nores m cultivation
mher. Frame t'-nant dwellings ana
iohr>9er.
of Liberty, <>?1 four room house,
II K'lI or oxcliange for small fnrm.
of lMokene, splendid timber ant'
$ 1050,00. of\
rhood, ft miles from PiclrC>
purchaser.
^ER & CO.
HEALERS*
\ Piokom*,
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