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VDAMS COUNTY NEWS
iaarsn every wsdxebday.
'.ntered at the Poatoffice at Ritzville. Adams
unty, Wash., a*Second Class mail matter.
m DMTT 6ILSON. - Editor and lonaoei.
RAY THOMPSON Foreman
übscrlption price fIJW per year; six months,
M). No subscription taaen for less than six
mth».
dvertislng iitee mav be ascertained at the
ce. None but Prst class advertisements will
inserted.
orrespondenee from neighboring towns will
cheerfully received. Write on both sides of
paper if you wish and say what vou have to
in your own way. We'll fix it up.
LABOR OMNIA VINCIT.
UTZVILLE, MARCH 15, 1899.
'he English critics of "The Utiited
tes as a Military Power" have very
words of praise for our volunteer
sp*, referring to them as "raw lev-
armed with inferior weapons,
it imperfectly trained and not to
depended upon for serious purposes
;ar." Such criticisms are unjust
are evidence of that certain cur
t of feeling among tl.e degenerate
blear-eyed aristocracy of Kngland
cli has and always does take the
ative side where the question of
stability or worth of American in
ltions is concerned. This same
er with an ignorance of facts that
Id be truly astounding from any
;r source, says, "the best people of
erica are opposed to expansion."
s is not true. The best minds of the
ted States are in favor of expan
. The growth and push of the
10-Saxon race is irresistible and
insion is an obligation to a pro
jive people that cannot be resist-
New lesponsibilities are already
icting a fuesh class of men of high
tion and intelligence into COll
- and other walks of public life.
ill America cease to be wheat
•rter in 1931 is a mattec that is
iir.ing to be seriously discussed,
upport of this theory we have
i Hyde, statistician of the U. S.
irtment of Agriculture. Sir Win.
»kes stated at the last meeting of
British Association for the Ad
enient of Science that within a
ration the population of the I'ni-
States would consume all the
Lt grown within its borders and
dbe driven to import. By that
the general scarcity of wheat in
/orld would lead to starvation if
ibratory were not able to afford
; so predicted an eminent chem-
The many figures and calcula
brought forward to prove the
ctness of this prophesy are too
ninous for the News to reproduce,
hey are sufficiently convincing to
verage abstract thinker, and we
>rced to believe that such condi
are likely to prevail not many
hence. It is estimated that in
exclusive of dependencies,
opu'ation of the United States
►e at least 130,C00,000, but it is not
y so easy to forecast the Agricul
productio.i of that peiiod. At
ate, the increase in the require
a of our own j puliation will be
lous, and will involve grave
;es in the agricultural situation
5 world.
K Legislature adjourned lust
■day niglit and during the clos
ours indulged in a controversy
i may necessitate an extra ses-
This was the gist of the d e
es yesterday. Already $(10,000
aen appropriated by that body
eir own s|>ecial uses, and anoth
jsion would simply require an
ional $10,000 to pay expenses,
general appropriation bill was
lbject of a possible split between
eiiate and the House, and if it
ot passed by both houses—well
gislature will have to convene
soon, although it is a costly lux-
imam Denton Reed is a big man
us a host of admirers, but if be
fool notion into bis head that
bigger than the Republican par
nay be necessary to choose a
not so big for speaker of the
louse of representatives in our
lal legislature.
GKKss has made Dewey an Ad
and he is the third man in the
ican navy to enjoy that distinc-
The other two were Faragut
Porter. Admiral Dewey now
the modest salary of 111,000
>0)1 n).
C trouble with pronounced views
t they are apt to be too frequent
nopneed.
ZFicir of possibly $10,000 has
eporte<) (Qlil)d jn the office of
printer,
: county of Ferry has been at
-1 to Okonogan for judicial pur
And now it transpires that the gen
eral protest registered by the people
of eastern Washington against the re
moval of Dr. Bemple ns superinten
dent of the hospital for insane at
Medical lake, was well founded and
that a serious mistake was made when
he was retired by the governor. Hun
dreds of citizens irres|>ective of party
affiliations, urged the retention of Dr.
Semple. But no, political pie had to
be dealt out, and "Grandpa" Lock
hart received the appointment. Such
positions should be above )>olitics and
then the State would perhaps get bet
ter service. The present incumbent
says, in referring to the previous ad
ministration, among other things,
that it was a "knock-down and drag
out" system. We believe that if any
person will take a walk through what
is known as the "violent ward" in one
of those institutions, and observe the
bristling and vicious actions of the
patients, and hear their cursings, ob
scene and blasphemous language,
doubtless they would be convinced
that a 500 pound slap along side of
the jaw would do some ot them a
"heap" of good. An insane man must
be made to know that some on} is
"boss" in a lunatic asylum. Moreover,
a young man possessing the neces
( sary qualifications and who is full of
health and vigor, is more apt to hold
firm grip on both patients and em
ployes than an old man in his dotage.
The Cuban Assemby has deposed
General Gomez from the command of
the Cuban army liecause he accep'ed
$3,000,000 to be distributed among
the Cuban soldiers in the event of
their disarmament and turning their
weapons over to the United States au
thorities in Cuba. The Assembly
say they do not consider the action of
Gomez binding and that they have
not accepted the terms. It is not at
all improbable that the Cuban Assem
bly may have to be ft lesson
yet, as they seem to have a fool idea
in their craniums that, after having
driven out the Spaniards and given
them at opportunity at self govera
men, it is the duty of the United
States to furnish them with all the
money they want.
The shooting of convict Jack Cro
nin by sheriff C. A. Billings, at Olym
i»ia last week, appears to us from this
long distance, as perfectly correct. A
jury in Thurston county had found
the prisoner guilty of murder and a
sentence of 20 yeais imprisonment at
hard labor was passed upon him.
Sheriff Billings was ready to convej
him to the penitentiary according to
a commitment, but the prisoner bar
ricaded himself in the cell refusing to
obey orders and fought like a demon.
When these desperadoes will pay no
attention to a Sheriff it is high time
to call a halt on the handiest
and safest way. Let us find out who
is running this country, the thugs,
thieves and cut-throats, or the people.
The flight of gee6e is an unfailing
sign of coming temperature. When
they fly south, in their wedge-shaped
phalanx the northern blast is behind
them, while if they diverge to the
east or the west the cold snap will be
only temporary. On their return,
when they fly from their winter to
their great summer resort in Siberia,
summer follows them, as well as
awaits their coming. A feather from
a wild goose in its flight will bring
back an errant lover to the maiden
who has it.
An exchange in delivering a job lot
of advice among other things says:
"Our advice to young men is, Do not
seek offices. There is nothing in them.
For awhile they hold out inducements,
but look around you and see the men
who are at last left without'pulls'and
without offices. A private employment
beats a public one every time. Better
buy a few acres of land nearsome city
and go to raising vegetables or poultry
than seek office."
William Albi who inurderered Jas.
Lacey a few weeks ago at Spokane,
has at last been captured. He had
taken refuge with a gang of Italian
railroaders at Sand Point. The cap
ture was made by deputy sheriff Cole
and policeman Herndon assisted by
the sheriff of Kootenai county.
"Faith leaps over the wall that
reason cannot pierce."
Ditl you ever see our line of spring
suits?—Snyder.
NOTICE TOR PUBLICATION.
I*. P. Land Office at Spokane Falls, Wash.l
March 13, 1K99. (
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make Anal proof in support of his claim and
that said proof will be made before F.P.French
U. 8. Commissioner for the district of Washing
ton, at Kitiville, Adams county. Washington,
on May 11, 1899, via: Jacob Buehler, who made
Homestead Entry, No. 9JiG4 for the wU and
swW Sec. No. 2, Twp. No. 18 nortn, Knugc
N0.35, fc\ W. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, via: Adam Buehler, Ifred Be heel,
Samuel Utter and William lleinemann, all of
Kiuville, Wash
William H. Ludden, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Laitd Office, (
Spokane Kails, Wash.. March 11, 1899. s
Notice is hereby given that tne following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim and
that said proof will be made before F.P.lfrench,
U. 8. Commissioner for the district of Washing
ton. at RiUville Adams county. Wash., on May
11, 1899", viz: Daniel Krehbiel, one of the heirs
aqd for all the heirs of Christian Krehbiel,
deceased, who made Homested Entry, No. 10295
for the eU and lots a and 4, Sec. No. 80,
Twp No. 18 north, Range No. 31, E. W. M.
lie names the following witnesses to prove
the continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, vi»: Christian Voght, Jacob
I Krehbiel, Henry Jansen and August Boenig all
of Llnd, Wash.
1 William H. Ludden, Register.
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ABSTRACTERS,
Have the only set of Abstract books fa Ad
ams county. Abstract of Land Titles of Adams
County, Washington, made promptly and cor*
rectly. Office at Cou t house, Ritzvilfe, Wash.
LEQAL NOTICES.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
(J. S. Land Office at Spokane Falls, Wash.,)
Jan. 80,1899. {
Notice is hereby given that Oswald O. Hurt
has ft led notice of his intention to make final
proof before F. P. French, (J.S.commissiouer for
the district of Washington, at his office in Ritz
vllle. Wash., on March 20,1899, on Timber Cul
ture Application No. 3G29, for the northeast %
section 14, township 18, north, range 31, e. w. m.
He names as witnesses, Charley Hollenshead
and George Hollenshead, of Ritsville, Wash.,
and John Timni and Louis 1 imm of Paha,Wash.
William H. Ludden. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, {
Spokane Falls, Wash., Feb. 9,1899. )
Notice is hereby given that John Lafrenz
has tiled notice of intention to make final proof
before. F. P. French, U. S. Commissioner for
tha district of Washington, at his offlte in Ritz
ville, Wash., on the lltla day of April, 1899. on
Timber Culture application No. 8683, for the
northeast quarter section thirty-two, in town
ship No. 20 north range No. 31 E. W. M. He
names as witnesses: John C. Gillett, Benja
min Zimuier, Harry I). Hallin and William W.
King, all of Ritzville, Wash.
WILLIAM 11. LUDDEN. Register.
CONTEST NOTICE.
United States Land Office, I
Walla Walla, Wash„ Feb., 23, 1899 {
A sufficient contest affidavit having been
filed in this office by Clement L. V. Penny, con
testant, against timber culture entry' No. 3109,
made Feb. 28,1888, for sel-4 recti on 24, township
16, range 34, E. W. M., by William J. Morgan,
contestee. in which it is alleged that: That the
said William J. Morgan has failed to cultivate,
plant or replant saia timbe- culture for more
than nine years last past that the said William
J. Morgan never at any time planted any tree
seeds or cuttings on the said timber culture.
Also that the said William J. Morgan never at
any time had any fence around said timber
culture ami that the claimant has wholly aban
doned said claim. Baid parties are hereby not
ified to appear, respond and offer evidence
touching s*ld allegation at 10 o'clock a. m. on
April 10, 1899, before F. P. French, U.S. Commls
ioner foi the district of Washington at Kitzville,
Wash., and that final hearing will be held at
10 o'clock a. m. on April 22d, 1899, before the
register and receiver at the United States Land
in Walla Walla, Wash.
The said contestant having, in a proper affi
davit, filed Feb., 23d, 1899, set forth farts which
show that after due diligence, personal service
of this notice can not be made, it is hereby or
dered and directed that such notice be given by
due and proper publication.
John M. Hill, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
United Sr.vrtw Land Office, »
Spokano Falls, Wash., Feb, 28,1899. |
Notice i« hereby jfiven that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his Intention
to make final proof In support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before F.P.Krench
U. 8, Commissioner for the district of Washing
ton, at Ritzville, Adams county, Wash,, on May
3d, 1899, vfi: Lafayette M. I'hftpott, who made
homestead entry No. 111M5 for the southwest
quarter section 2-1, township 18 north, range 32,
£. W.M,
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, vltt: Abraham Johanson, Walter
Q. OfTntt, Stewart G. Dowdy and Thomas G.
Dowdy, all of Lind, Wash.
William H. Lvdden. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. 8. Land Office at Spokane Falls, Wash. \
Feb. 18th. 1899. I
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim and
that said proof will be made before F.P. French
United States Commissioner for the district of
Washington, at Ritzville, Adams county, Was
hington, on April 21.1899, viz: George Wurttem
berger, who made Homestead Entry. No. 9347
for the neli section 10, township 20 north.range
34, K. w. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of, said land, viz: Jacob Wurttemberger, John
J. Thiel, Adam Weber and Henry Schaffer, ail
of Ritzville, Wash.
William H. Luddbn, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, i
Walla Walla, Wash., Feb. 21, 1899. \
Notice is hereby given that Ha rah Hood has
filed notice of intention to make final proof be
fore F- P. French, U. 8. Commissioner for the
District of Washington,at his office in Ritzville,
Wash . on Saturday the 15th day of April, 1899,
on Timber Culture No. 8598, for the nw. of
Sec. No. 12, in Tp. No. 15, Range No. 35, E. W. M.
She names as witnesses: Charles F. Rogers.
Samuel Glenn, tiustavus I. Laing and Andy
Hood, all of Fletcher, Wash.
John >1. Hill, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, {
Spokane Falls. Wash., Feb. 18,1899. f
Notice is hereby given that Henry Decker
has filed notice of intention to make final
J>roof before F. P. Fren-h, U. 8. Commissioner
or the district of Washington, at his office in
Ritzville, Wash., on the 21st day of April, 1899,
on timber culture application No. 3477, for the
ne quarter and eVj se quarter of section No.
28, in township No. 19 north, range No. 34,e.w.m.
He names as witnesses: John Thiel, Jr..
Adam Obermiiler, Henry Miller, Jacob Decker,
all of Ritzville, Wash.
William H. Luddbn, Register.
CONTEST NOTICE.
United States Land Office t
Spokane Falls, Wash , Feb. 16. 1899. }
A sufficient contest affidavit having been
filed in this office by Katie Maggie Chrich,
contestant, against Louis Gioman Hd entry No.
9179, made June 14,1898, for the southeast quar
ter section SO, township 21 north, range 88, e. w.
m., by Louis Groman, Contestee, in which It is
alleged that: Louis Groman has wholly aban
doned said tract and changed h/s residence
therefrom for more than six months prior to
the expiration of five years since making said
entry, that said tract is not settled upon and
and cultivated by said partv as required by law
said parties are hereby notified to appear, re
spond and offer evidence touching said allega
tion at 10 o'clock a, m. on April 4th. 1899. before
F. P. French, U. 8. Commissioner /or the dis
trict of Washington, at Ritsvllle, Wash., and
that final hearing will be held at 10 o'clock a.
m. on April 15, 1899. before the register and
receiver at the United States Land Office in
Spokane Falls, Washington.
The said contestant having, in a proper affi
davit, filed Feb. 16,1899. set forth facts which
show that after due diligence, personal service
of this notice can not be maae, It is hereby
ordered and directed that such notice be given
by due and proper publication.
William 11. Ludden, Register.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United Status Land Office, t
Spokane Fulls, Wash., Eeb. 22,1899. f
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim and
that said proof will be made before K.P.French
U. B. Commissioner for the district of Washing
ton, at Ritzville, Adams county, -Washington,
on April 21, 1899, viz: Jacob Wurttenberger,
who made Homestead eirtry ' No. 9018 for the
northeast quarter section 34, township 2U north,
range 84, E. W. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, vie: I'eter Bauer, Benjamin dim
mer. John J . Thiel and <jreK»r«e>Vurttembergor,
all of Ritzville,. Wash.
• ; '■ ■ William II Ludden, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, )
Spokane Falls, Wash., Feb. 25, 1899. (
Notice Is hereby given that Allen J. Savage
has filed notice of intention to make final proof
before F. P. French, U. S. Commissioner for the
district of Washington, at his office in Ritzville
Wash., on the 2d day of May, 1899, on timber
culture application No. 3182, for the southeast
quarter or section No. 6. in township No. 17
i orth, range No. 84. E. W. M.
He names as witnesses: William W. Neare,
of Lind, Wash , James Smith and Aaron llol
lenshead, of Ritzville, Wash., and Louis Timm,
of Paha, Wash,
William H. Ludden, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, /
Spokane Falls, Wash., Feb. 25,1899. |
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim ai»d
that said proof will be made before F.P.French
U. 8 Commissioner for the district of Washing
ton, at Ritzville, Adams county, Wash., on Mtty
2, 1899, viz: Herman Karraxii., who made
Homestead Entry No. 8127, for tn'e east half
southeast quarter and southwest quarter south
east quarter and southeast quarter southwest
quarter section No. 10, township No. 18 north,
range No 85, E. W. M.
He names the following Witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, viz: Gardiner Elinore, John Bun--
ger, William Hcinemanand Lars Peterson, all
of Ritzville, Wash.
William H. JLudden, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. 8. Land Office, at Spokane Falls. Wash. /
Jan. 25,1899. {
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has liled notice of her Intention
to make final proof in support of her claim and
that said proof will be mane before F.P. French
United Btates Commiasioner for the district of
Washington, at Ritzville, Adams county, Wash,
on March 20th, 1899, viz: Evalena Teske, one
of the heirs for all of the heirs of Charley
Mielke, deceased, who made Homestead Enlry,
No. 8703 for the cast '/j southwest an.l lots 8
and 4 section 18, township 19 north, range 37,
e. W. m.
81ie names the following Witnesses to prove
the continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land viz: John Wellsandt, August
Wellsandt, Charley Koeplln, Thomas T. Boyd,
all of Ritzville, Wash.
William H. Ludden. Register.
NOTICE fob publication
U. S. Land Office atSpokHnc Falls, Wash. )
Feby. 4.1899. S
Notice is hereby given .that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim and
that said proof will be made befori E.l). Oilson
clerk of the Superior court, for Adams county,
Wash., at RiUville, Wash.,'on March 27,1899,
viz: Conrad Heimhigner who made Home
stead Entry No. 9381 lor the section 26,
township 21 north, range 34, k. w. m.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, viz: Henry Luiten, George Zier,
Henry Heimbigner, Charles Smith, all of Ritz
ville, Wash. Wiluam H. Luddrn, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, I
Spokane Falls, Wash., Feb. 15,1899. j
Notice is hereby given that Claus Ellerman
has Hied notice of inteutiott to make final proof
before F. P. French. U. 8. Commissioner for
the district of Washington at his office in Ritz
ville, Adams eounty. Wash., on the 11th day of
April, 1899, on timber culture application No.
85«5. for the se l 4 of section No. 2, in township
No. 17 north, range No. 83, e. w. m.
He names as witnesses: Frederick W.Lippold,
John Orth. Charles E. Thompson, August
Boenig, all of Llnd, Wash.
Wiluam 11. Luddcn, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. 8. u»d o«ce .t
Notice is hereby given that £hq iollnwin#
named settler has filed notice of his Intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof wili be made before F.P. French,
United States Commisxioner for the district of
Washington, at Ritzville, Adams c ounty, Wash
ington, on April 12tli, 1899, vis: f red Alber
shardt, who made Homestead Entry, No. 8787
for the e I A and lots 1 and 2 section 30,
township 18 north, rangeß6, e. w. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of, said land, viz: William Heinemann, Ehr
hart Knautz, John H. Downey and Charles
Meyer, all of Ritzville, Wash.
Wiluam 11. I uPPKX, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
V. 8. Land Office at Ppokane Falls, Wash., >
Feb. 15,1H99. S
Notice is hereby given that, the following
name<l settler has filed notice of her Intention
to make fin«l proof In support of her claim,and
that said proof will be made before F. P.
French, United Rtatcs commissioner for the
district of Washington, at ttitaville, Adams
county. Wash., on Apt-it K, 18W,vik: Blanche
Lavender, formerly Blanche Sfcrdwell, who
made Homestead Entry, No- Vt7t lor the sw?*
sec. 12, township 20 north, rang* flafe.'w m. Rne
names the following witaewns tliar con
tiiyuons residence upon »m<l cultivation of, said
land, viei Kmest Hardwell, JoHtiph A. laven
der snd Joseph 0. Couch, of Griffith. Wash-,
and Wilber F. Kg hers, of Kitsville, Wash.
WILLIAM H. LUODKN, K*fi»tcr.
nwtytiXtioN
U. 8. Land office at Falls, Wash. '
Jan. 23, iww \
Notice Is hereby given ttet Hw following
named settler has filed notiwgflfcjteleritinn
to make final proof in support #OMM&Im. ami
that said proof w ill be* 1 hafnf f T French
United States Commissioner (fir the district of
Washington, at Kitzvillc.A<!*f s county, Wash,
on March 17th 1899, vis: »
JOHN F. iJmn
who made homestead entry®.io. 9398 lor the
southwest of section 26, ■,-nship 20 north,
range 84, c. w. m. M
He names the following vS iesses to prove
his continuous residence u|# A nd cultivation
of. said land, vis: T
Julius Gesi hke, Claus Mcf r.Christ Burg
| hard, Henry Meissner, all <2 'ville,. Wash.
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«. 'Viking'
. Oil Orala
OOH PEDROS.
K r mo us
SMITH,, * THOMSEN,
KiTzviLtE Washington
We are A Others
LEADERS. FOLLOW
WA AN IMMENSE STOCK OF % \
SPRING AND SUMMER Jjj
\L Wearing :: Apparel. JjJ
Vlnjk All in the lateet patterns, styles and tlu best of
\\6k woikfmansliip. P.rfect fit guaranteed. /Ifl
ll| Stock is all Brand New WJ
t The Ritzville *
g Drug Store, $
J OLHSTEAD & ROSENOFF, J
t Pure Drugs and Chemicals. £
$ Swiil inllon dii lo Physician's Mpiiis \
\ AND FAMILY KECIPES. J
Patent Medicines, Perfumery,
J Toilet and Fancy Goods.
Brushes, Paints, Glass and Oils. f
W Books Stationery, Wall Paper, and in fact everything handled In
a firstclass drugstore. £
The Pacific Hotel
JOHNSON & MARGRAF, Props.
This popular hostelry has been refitted and refurnished and is now a
fiist-class resort in every rtspect
CUISINE^-
department is under the management of that Chief of Caterers Mr.
Margraf, who spares no expense to supply all the market att'orus.
When you are in town make our house your home.
PRICES ARE REASONABLE. SERVICE FIRST-CLASS.
Y For Fit, Style and Durabilty
I QUI) CLOTHING HAS NO SUPERIOR. I
We are showing the celebrated Twentieth Century brand of YOUTHS' row
XT AND CHILDREN'S CLOTH I NO. ' 13
X In Men's we have the leading lines of Crouse and Brandagee, /'
X ofUtlca, New York.
are warranted to give entire satisfaction. Call and see them.
I riYERS & SHIPMAN. I
C. O. GREENS
DEALER IK ALL KINDS OP
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Brick, Lime and Hair.
Wood and FLoslyrn Coal
Agt..for Jone's Steel Headers.
Full line of Prepared Paints, White Lead and Oil.
Humphrey & Kennedy, <
Cigars,' Tobacco, j
piOTIO.\», STATIONERY, WATCHES, CLOCKS, 4
' / ( .JEWELRY AND |
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