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Ooiirt wmconveeeTaea^ after*
loon Jany. 5th, neitweek»add the
Jwrors called to repbit ^lbWlitii
protoablylHBt
day. The term
couple of weeks, thetermwIUprolik
ably last a couple of weeks. There,
are no criminal cases of note to fb$
tried, no one in jail waiting for
trial
most of those on the list being persona
accused of violating the, prohibition
law and who have been out on bail
for along time.
The following is an alphabetical
list of the civil cases on the calendar.
Archibald, Hebert ys D. and H. R.
Morris.
Anderson, Anton us John Gansste.
Auger, J. J. ys First National Bank
of Bathgate.
August, E.K. vs Edward kochler.
Bradshaw, John vs Thomas Kelly.
Beathune, D. H. vs John A. Bea
tbuue.
Bacoo, J. D.,. vs Geo. H. McCabe.
Buchanan, A. P. vs R. Tweedlie.
Birtch, Francis vs Geo. H. McCabe,
sheriff.
Boote Bros, vs A. and D. Gillespie.
Bank of West Union vs And Arthur.
Bank of Brit. N. A. vs Arne Olson.
Black, H. R. vs John Spearman.
Boucher, Aunie vs A. H. Boucher.
Canfleld^ Sanford vs J. Robertson.
Curtis, James vs McCabe Bros.
Churchill, Wm. vs J. J. Whelan.
Code, W. H. vs John Cork.
Christlanson, A. vs S. Slmundson
Iinnie Bros. vs O. H. Johnson.
Dubbie, Archibald vs W. J. Boyd.
Deering, Wm. & Co. vs H. A. Mayo
&Co.
Deering, Wm. & Co. vs J. B. Venne.
do vA F. A. Buteman.
do vs Peter A. Brown.
Devany, P. vs Michael Clary et al.
do vs Harry Brown.
First National Bank of Pembina vs
VanDusen &Co.
Greenwood, James B. vs Elizabeth
Greenwood.
Graham, David vs A.C. Hennings.
Gondet, John vs J. E. Thacker.
Ganssle, Geo, vs Robt. Wilson.
Gamble, Evangeline vs A. Gamble.
Hendrickson, C. vs Thos. and Chas,
Edwards. T,-
Heyrock, John vs McKenzie.
James, B. vs F. and J. Birtch. fofej
do vs F. and S. Birtch.
James, W. & B. vs Piano Mnf. Co."
Johnson, Thos. vs Geo. H. McCabe..
Elyne, Henry vs H. J. Watt and
Geo. Laney. vg
Mcintosh, W. H. vs A. B. Ruston
etal.
Morris, Matilda vs Jos. Ewiiig.
Simonds, Mary vs W. & James.
Second Nat'l Bank, Grand Forks vs
First Nat'l Bank, St. Thomas.
Straw & Elsworth Co. vs J. A. Whit
more.
State of N. D. vs Mrs. C. Edwards.
do vs E. Sicotte et al.
Union Bank, Grand Forks vs W
Hughes.
Westall, W. J. vs Patrick Sullivan.
Wilder, W. L. ?8 J. E. _and Maria
Johnston.
Wood M. & R. Mach Co. Vs A. B6yd.
Young, J.. G. guardian vs Frank
Smith.
'Young, N. C. vs R. B. Proudlove.
Many merchants are well aware
that their customers are their- best
friends and take pleasure in supply
ing them with the best goods obtain
able. As an instance we mention
Perry & Cameron, prominent drug
gists of Flushing, Michigan. Tney
•ay: We have-no hesition in recom
mending Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy to our customera. as it is the best
cough medicine we have ever sold,
and always gives..satisfaction." For
sale at 25 and 50 cents per bottle by
T. R. Shaw and Co., Druggist. 3,,
W, Not a few who read what Mr* Rob-
ert Rowls, of Holland, Va., has to
•ay belqw, will remember their own
experience under like circumstances
"Last winter I bad la grippe which
left me in a low state of health. I
tried numerous remedies, none of
whlcb did me any good, until I was
Induced to try a bottle of Chamber'
Iain's Oough Remedv. The first bot
u, tie of 1ft so far relieved me that I was
enabled to attend to my work, and
i* the secbudbottleeffecwd-a' earn"
For saje at 25 and 60 cents per I
T. B. 8baw* Co. druggists.
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Kelly, Q. D. vs Geo. H. McCabe
Lynn, Henry vs H. and J. Monroe.
Lane, David vs Thos O'Toole.
Muir, Robt. vs J. and M. Baker.|v?
McLeod, Norman vs R. McAdams.
McCormick H. & M. Co. vs M. Tbor
arinson.
O'Toole, T. and A. vs O. M. Omlie
and D. Lane.
Oleson, Thompson & Co. vs M. Mc
Andress.
Plauo Manf. Co. vs R. J. Campbell.
Purzon, Adam vs David Walsh.
do vsA. McDougal.
Peerless Mach. Co. vs A. Vondelif
Huston, J. F. vs I. E. Ruston.
Randall & Norton vs W. H. Roberts.
Smith, F. vs John G. Young.
State of N. D. vs M. & N. Elv. Co.
do ^'H^Wdo
do do
do vs Brooks Bros. Elv. Go.
Squires, Jas. vs Thomas Wright.
State of N. D. vs Ed ward Frost.
Soards, M. J. J. vs Pat O'Connor.
Switzer. Margaret E. vs Farmers M.
Ins. Co.
Faming ie the South.
Genlol Climate and Available RMIUM
Bapeelally Adapted to settlement
by IVarthezn Farmers.
Almort every variety of gmina and m«ases
grown in the North can be raccesafally grown in
the South, but the crops thut give best results
for the money invested and labor expended are
fraiti and vegetables. Cotton is no longer King
inthe8onth. This •wonderful change may pos
sibly have been brongl.t about by the large num
ber of Northern farmers that have located at so
many points on the Illinois Central and the Ya
*oo A Miniissippi Valley Bailrosds in the states
of Kentucky. Tennessee, Mississippi and Louisi
ana. and carried with them the
Practical Ideas «f litvrrailied Farming,
as practiced in the North. No country in Ameri
ca can compar? with soutnern Mississippi and
northern Louisiana for the cultivation af fruits
and vegetables, and the time is not far distant
when this locality will supply the early markets
of the N6rth and Northwest. All who contem
plate a change of location should Investigate this
wvoied section, to aid in which, send for a free
copy of the
Southern Homeseeker's Guide
For 1896 describing the agricultural and horti
cultural advantages of the country traversed by
the Illinois Central and the Tim VlMtsfgppi
Valley Railroads in the Statse of Ken tacky, An-
Mississippi and Louisiana. It is a 110-
mnpi
:e book issued by the Illinois Central railroad
ins many
•bout the Mouth. For this book and, ftr ftarthet
contain.! fine illustrations and facts
information as to locality, topogaphy of the
country, charycter of tbs soli, and products Co
whichit is^ruily kind:
Statement Showing tho CoaAitloii
OF THE
FIK8T NATIONAL BAKK.
At Fembina, in the State of North Dakota, at
the#lose of business. December 17th, 1K6.
MSOOBCB*.
Loan and discounts.—............. §181,71110.
Overdrafts,secured and unsecured...... 2,171 64
C. 8. Bonds to secure circulation...^.... 1«,M0 00
-Stocks securities, etc. 6,136 47
Banking house, furniture and fixtures 15,786 80
Other real estate and mortgages owned 8,885 85
Doe from National Bunks
not Reserve Agents).. $ 148 17
Due from state banks, and ^^-.^-1:
bankers .....M. 8 7 8 4 1 1
Due from approved reserve fi
agents 8(271 87 .' w'
Checks and other cash items 6M 21 v/i
Fractional paper, currency
nickels and cents
Specie...........
egal-tender notes
edemption fund with U. ti.
Treasurer, ft percantof cir
r.ulation.
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You will find one coupon Inside each S oanoe b«c *ndtwoooupona laiMe hit
Buy bag, read the coupon and see how to git yonr aharo oft^,Wln '|Mai|it«.
80 -s
1,168 foi'Svr^
6,4)20 00 W
882 80
811890 40
.TOTAL ..$178420 02
LIABILIIIS
$00,000 00
10,000 00
472 89
11.900 00
Capital stock paid in.
tt orpins fond —.
Undl videdprotlts....
National Banknotes outstanding.
Due to state banks and
bankers $ 80 80 ,,,,,
Individual deposits subjectto
f.
Check 4S,C87 80,v5%A
Demand certificates of deposit* 1.010 00
Time ctrtificates of deposit....82,407 81
Cashier's checks ontctanding „.8188
Bills payable ... .80400 0*
8 1 0 1 4 0 7 1 8
Total. ...i 8178,089 08
STATS OP NOBTH DAKOTA I FS
Oountr of Fembina. $$.
1, Geo. W. Ryau cashier of the above named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above state
mentlstrueto the best of my knowledge and
Mllsf. Qio. W.urAn, Casblsr,
Scbacribedand sworn to before me this 80th day
iber, 1888.
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A. WABDWXLL,'
NotfryFnbl
Dlrtetort.
W. J.KKBBSKAW
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Coal For Sale.
I Handle the Best Giade of
CELEBRATED COAX
And Dry Wood, Sawel art Split.
And can. deliver any quantity on short notice, it low
est prices. Give me a call.
TEbLlS YElels, Dray and Transfir Line.
UVER and HDN1V
Diseases are manifested
by Backache! Rheyrtiatism,
Loss of Appetite, Foul
Tongue and Weakness
Ok J. H. MeLEAN'S
UVER AND KIDNEY BALM
Is the remedy you need, of equal, service in mild or chronic
cases. It relieves promptly and works a permanent cute.
ran UU CVCRVWHCM AT EI.oo MTTLC
THE Dr. J. H. MoLEAN MEDICINE CO.. Sr. Louie. Mo.
A
•4C.
Mottre of Norlgage
VTOTICE Is hereby given thai' thUti certain
IN mortgage, executed and delivered bjf Partrick
Mc —j
cAndrrws snd tkn McAndtews, rhis wife,
mortgagors, to Farmers Trust Company^ mort
gsgee, dnted the seventeenth day oi MMch, 18B0
nd flled for record in the office of the' Register
of deeds of the County of Pembina and State of
North Dakota on the twenty-fli th day of March.
1890 and recorded in book 45 of mortgages at
Them will be dee on said mortgage at the date
ot sale the sum of three hundred and flfty-three
dollars and th'tty-four cents priucti
atfd interest, together with Hie sum of fifty dol
lars attorney's fees for foreclosing said mortgage,
in all the sum of $4UII4i.
Dated st Fargo, N. D., December S9nd. 18B6.
FAUIM Taoer OOMPAHY,
E. H. COSHUN, Fargo, N. D., Mortgagee.
Attorney for Mortgagee.
red matter, address at Maaehester, Iowa, J. F. County of Fembina. In County Court.
in the matter of the estate of William Riley,
Merry, Asst. Gen. Piss. Agert, Illineis Osntral
Railroad.
Probate Notice.
8T^Zr°nVp^^-
}, O t...
The Stete of North Dekota send* greeting to
Mrs. William Rilsy, J( hn Riley, Chafiss Riley.
Myron Riley and Emma Ri lev, heirs, at law and
next kin of William Riley, deceased and to all
to wh these presents may come.
r.jyingf
ofthe estate ofihe said deceased, be issued to
William Hufflnan and that Monday the Uth day
of January, 1997, stone o'clock p. in., of said
day. being a day of a regular torm of this cosit,
to-wlt: of the January, term 1807. at county
court loom in the city of Pembiua, oounty of
Pembina, has been set for hearing said petition,
when and where any person Interested may ap
pear snd show cause why the aaid petition
should not be granted.
l)ated at Fembina, this 2Srd dayof Decemher,
A. D. 1800.
N. C. YOVKO, E.W. comiT,
Attorney. 24-88 Judge of theCounty Court.
as.
And whereas, it appears from said petition
that the said aetata is ready for distribution to.
the helrs at law of said deceaSed^-and the aald
petitioner ssksthat a final diatribuiloa of aaid
estate be made and the admialsiiMor released
and discharged from nrther duMsa.
Now thermore, It la utretof ordered, by the
Court that Thnradav, the Mn Jfir of December,
A.D. lft5,alm7 omelattie •f Fembina at
efeaid
ea« aa|d
the hour of one o'doea la the
day be est for hearing seid 91
final aceoaat eed IMMB'S^I
and dieMlmtioa ef the MiMof tfeeaNMi in
the tdniplnlMs UiftSIMMksillicol
iaA'A -a-
given by pubi
elve week* In the ^li
newspaper pabltskot at
and by peetiac lhns se«i«h
three pnblleplae* laFMl
It is tarther ordered that
ed In ssldsetate appea»«t^i
contest Md seeoeM
lie.
W. JF HOBT,
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are repei
iwoks, ete
^myouteash
demand
bouiiii
in ink and Gl-NUINB €^LD
-"j\• '*"x' Vf!-"
idam Bede. George Eliot.
Ad venture» among the Indians.
W 0 Kingston
3 J&aop's Fables
4 Allan Qdartermain. Rider
Haggard
5 Andersen's Fairy Tales/ Hans
Christian Anderpen
6 Arabian Night's Enterjkainments
7 Ardath. Maria Oorelli
8 Autocrat of the Breakfast Table,"
the. Oliver Wendell Holmes
9 Beyond Pardon.!^f:Bertha
Clay •rSkcr,
lO.Blaek Beauty. Anna Sewall
11 Called Back. Hugh Conway
12 Camille, Alexander Dumas
Fils
Mam Roche.
15 Glaribel'a Leve Story.
MClat
16 Cleopatra.
17 Count of Monte Cristo,'
Alexander Diunas
David Christie Murray
Cooper
24 Diana" Carew. Mrl. Forrester.
25 Dodo.. Benson
26 Donovan. Edna tiyall
27 Dora Thorue. Bertha M. Clay
28 Duke's Secret, The. Bertha
Clay
29 East Lynne. ill'Mrs. Henry
Wood
m-
80 Edmund Dantes. Alexander
Dumas
31 Egyptian Princess, Anf* 'Geo.
'EherS
32 Emerson's Essays, (First ser
ies.) W Emerson
33 Emerson's Essay
s, ..Second ser
ies) W Holmes
34 Every Day Cook Book, The.
Mrs. E Neitl
35 Felix Holt George Eliot
36 Fern Leaves. Fanny Fern
37 First Violin :TThe. Jess
Fothergill
38 Five Tears Before the Mast.
Hazen
39 Flames. E Werner
40 Foiled by Loving. Bertha M,
a S I
41 Forging the Fetters.5""' Mrs.
Alexander
City
of Penibina, iu the county of PeinbiniTand State
of North Dakota, at the hour of two O'clock P.
on the tenth day of February.1S67, to satisfy
the amount due upon such mortingo On the day
Of sale. The premises described In raid mort
gage and which will be sold to sati'ty the me
are described as follows, vis: The north half of
the northwest quarter, the northwest quarter of
the southwest quarter and the southwest quarter
of the northwest quarter of section thirty-four,
In township one hundred and sixty two north,
of range fifty-five, west of fifth Principal Merid
ian. containing 160 acres more or less according
fo U. S. government survey therebf.
42 From out the Gloom. Bertha
Clay .• 'gsa
43 From Year to Tear.
:iti!AliC6
Carey
44 Frozen Pirate^ The. W. Clark
Russell
45 Golden Hart, A. Bertha M.
Clay
46 Grimm's Faiiy Tales. The
Brothers Grimm
47 Gulliver's Travels. Dean
Swift
48 Handy Andy. Samuel Lover.
49 Hardy Norseman, A. Edna
Lyall
50 Hary Lorrequer. Charles Lev
er
51 Her only sin. BertbaM Clay.
52 Hft Sister's Betrothed. Ber
tha Clay
53 History of the United States,
Cronological. Frost
54 Hon Mrs. Yereker, The. The
Ducheaa
55 House of the Wolf, The. Stan
p^ley J. We^man
the ampnnt receivsd by ...
rd.
he.
18 Crooked Path, A. Mrs. Alex*
a.nder
19 Dangerous Cat's Paw, A.
20 Dark Days.. Hugh Conway
21 Dark Marriage Morn, A. Ber
tha Clay
22 Dearborn Speaker. E Roe
23 Deerslayer, The. Fenimore
Jt 5^
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HTATC OP NOKTB DAKOTA, I
County of Fembina. County Court.
In the matter of the estate of Thomas M. Cslull,
Notice of hearing for settling final account of
administrator and making final distribution of
Whereas, Edward Kenny, administrator of
the estate of Thomas M. Cslull,deceased,has filed
in this court his final account of administration
and a petition asking that a dag toe set for die
bearing and allowance of said wiel account.
THE
BURLINGTON
ROUTE
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In Fast Years hss publshed in this paper
from week in week #hort snide* on various
subjerts, scicntittc, hl«iorlca.. eogMphical,
and all of them hnve been interesting.
Ihl» Vrar The Burlington wants to IIHI our
«pace in telling you more directly about its
line, so tliese articles will not appear, in the
newspapers. They will, however, be written
and. printed regularly, snd If you want them
duringUBH,TCudyonr name and address tot
the General Passenger Agent as below and you
will receive by mai I each month a sheet con
taining the urtlcleH for that mouth.
Meanvrlttlr he tinest and fastest trains in the
West are via The Burlington fiom 8t Paul
and Minneapolis to Chicago,
St. IJOUIS and all
other prominent cities and towns Bast and
South.
Tickets and particulars qls to routes, and rates
of fare wlll be furnished by your home akent,
or if he cannot supply them, address
W. J. O. KMHTOV,
Ora VMl^t ft AH,iihnt,
gp,- St. Paul, Xlnn
OSnUl Nonu
Dr. Boss, deotjst^" will be
in Pembina from the 1st
H-
te the lith. Warren on the 13feb so
the 1Mb Avgjrie en the Slat to thsi
Hal SteTsa on the SSrd to the S4feh
llSilloek 6* the Uth to tbe 81st.
Mia win be followed ap until farther
•otlse. .•
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t,
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56 Heuse party, A.
67 Hunter QuMrtermain's Sionr,
1
Rider Haggard
68 Hunting in the great' W«st.
Geo O Shields
59 Hypatia. Charles Kingeley
60 Inutiation of Christ, Thos A
Kempis
61 Ivauhoe. Sir Walter Seott
62 Jack in the Foiecastle. Mar
tingale
63 Jane Eyre. Charlotte Bronte
64 Jess. Rider Haggard
65 John Halifax^ Miss Mulock
66 Kenilworth. Sir Walter Scott
67 King Solomon's Mines.'
Rider Haggard,
13 Child's History of England, A.
Charles Dickens
14 Children of the Abbey. Eegina 171 Lady Branksmere. The Duch
68 Knijght Errani. Edna Lyall.
6i) Ladies Etiquette.
70 Ladies Manual bf Decorative
Art.
Bertha
ess.,., •*.
72 Laidy Walworth's Diamonds.
The Duchess.
78 Lamplighter, The. Maria
iCuminiiis.
74 Last Days of Pompeii. Lord
Lytton.
75 Last of the Mbhicans, The.
Fenimore Cooper.
76 Legacy of Cain, The. Wilkie
Thos W Hanford.
79 Life and Labor. Samuel Smiles
80 Lord Lynn's Choice. Bertha
Clay.
81 Lover or Friend. Rosa N
Carey.
82 Love's Chain Broken. Bertha
Clay,
83 Luciie. Owen Meredith.
84 Madcap Violet. William Black
85 Mad Love, A. Bertha Clay.
86 Marriage at Sea, A. W Clark
Russell.
|87 Marvel. The Duchess.
88 Maiy St John, Rosa N Carey
89 Mildied Trevariion. The Duch
ess.
90 Natural Law in the Spiritual
World. Henry Druinmond.
91 New Magdalen, The. Wilkie
Collins. I
92 Oliver Twist*
-=—•en*r""
93 Old Mam'selte-s
Dickens.
Maxwell Gray,
106 Robinson Crusoe, Daniel De
foe,
107 Romance of Twp Worlds, A,
Maria Corelli.
Isi
108 Saddle and Sabre, Hawley
Smart,
109 Scarlet Letter, The, Natha
nial Hawthorne
110 Scottish Chiefs, Jane Porter.
111 Sesame and Lilies, John Rusk-
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Thew hooka in binding andiprint ite iueh as usualfy retail at from |1 to U:Sae*eh send
ish, and jonr ehoiee of titles as shown itt eatalpgue below.
The Duch-
77 Life's Remorse, A.
088
78 Letter Writer. (The Complete)
Secret. E
Marlitt. s'r.
94 On her Wedding Morn. Bertha
Clay.
95 Only one Sinj. Bertha Clay
96 Our Mutual Friend. Charles
97 Pair of blue Eyes, A. Bertha
MClay.
98 Perilous Adventures by Land
and Sea. Frost.
99 Pilflrrim's Progress, The. John
Bunyan. S
100 Pioneers, The. Fenimore
Cooper.
101 Pirate, The. Fenimore
Cooper.
102 Prairie, Thet. Fenimore Cooper
103 Puck. Oudia.
104 Red Camelia, The Du Bois
gobey.
105 Reproach of Annesley, The
.A
iwosa.
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Solid Yestibuled Trains to Vontreal
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"AltANTIC UWTED"'
Imr Hi la the Teer.
HO TaAMsraas. KOMLATS.
Tear nesrsst ttsket agent wlll ftirnlth flekets
and lewest rates er wrltt for patHaaian.
W.». OABLAWAT, «s»1
free "any ,-ol
112 Shadbwed to Europe, James
118 Shadows and Sunbeams, Fan
ny Fern.
114 She, 'H^i4er Haggard
115 Ships that jpass in the,: Night,
Beatrice Harradam
116 Silas Warner. George Eliet
117 Sketchy Book., ^Washington
118 Strange World, A.
E Broddon.
119 Sunshine and Roses,
Clav
Mooney
'Miss Mv?i
Bertha
120 Swiss Family Robinsdn. Mon
tolieu and Wyss
121 Terrible Temptation, A. Chas
122 Thelma. Marie Corelli
123 Thorns and Orange Blossoms.
Bertha MClay
124 Thrown on the World. Ber
tha MClay
125 Tom Brown's School Days.
Thos. Hughes
126 Tom Brown at Oxford. Thos
Hughes
127 Tour of the World in Eighty
days. Jules Verne
128 True- Stories From History.
Drunnond
129 Twenty Thousand Leagues
Under the Sea. Jules VerneW?:
180 Two Orphans, The. D'En-iv-!
nery
131 Two Women in Black. Jas.
132 Two Tears Before the MastliS
Dana, Jr.
133 Uarda. George Ebers
134 Undercufrents. The Duchess
185 Vanity Fairj W Thackeray!.
136 Vendetta. Marie Corelli
187 Wee Wifie. Rose N Carey §#1
138 We Two. Edna Lyall
139 When a. Man's Single, Ml®!
Barrie
140 Wide, Wide World, The.
.WM Elizabeth Wetherell (Susan
Warner)
141 Wife in Name Only. Bertha
MClay ®i
142 Willy Reillyl Wm. Carleton
143 Woman against Woman. Mrs
E Holmes
144 Woman's Error, A. Bertha
Clay
Charles Dif-k jliK Wnmnn'n A .Jlot'imtB
Warden
146 Woman's War, A, Bertha
158 Studv in Scarlet, A. A. Conan
Doyle
159 Beyond the City. A Bonan
Doyle
160 Auld Jiicht Idylls. Barrie
161 Window in Thrums, A.
Barrie
162 Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fel
low. Jerome Jerome
163 Three Men in a Boat. Jeroma
Jerome
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147 Wooed and Married.
N Carev
148. Wormwood'. Marie Corelli
149 Tellow Aster, A. Iota
150 Young Girl's Love, A. Bertha
151 Micah Clarke. A Conan-
Doyle
152 Thaddeus of Warsaw. Jane
Porter
153 Three Guardsmen. Alexan
der Dumas
154 Louise de LaValhere, Alexan*
Dumas
155 Viscount de Bragelonne. Al
exander Dumas.
156 The White Company. A Con
an Doyle*
157 Sign of the Four./ "A Conan
Doyle.
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164 Bondman. Hall Caine _,
165 Deemster. Hall Caine
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Or CHAS. P. HI, Gen. Pass. Agent.
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