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THURSDAY, DEO EMBER 17, 1003. tHK OFFICIAL PAPER OF OILLIAM COUNTY, OREQON. I1.. . J..' 1 . !.'. - I1 LOCAL NEWS, ClirUt'tl ts ir ' Is at J.irvls Phannney, I lot t( tea and oiliar hut drink at Jirksoli', f(l4 Ixvtka, In est prices, at Condon fi'smist-v. Frank Wilson lm returned front an mended visit lu 8sikane. Uon'l f.trayl the CltrUluiHi trpit at Hit II ip'lst church Christmas Kve. Win I'lillU, forca pumps slid pninps of Mil description at'W, l Hmker'a Tliif holiday stock la now open lor In sped Ion nt Urn ('nn Ion I'hsrinsry. Mlaa Dora Downing I vUUIitg her sis ter, Mrs, Daisy Hrysnn, at Walla Walla. HcImmiI supplies (wild In, tablets pens Ink. Hiiotl buses lc at Jarvls' I'harina fy. - . .' -.' : Finest dl'plav of holiday fwd ovrr displayed in Condon now iiu at Jack son's. , . HI Ik fU I rts Finest I In r nlTered in Condon. Jnt received at Htephen mi A WUmt'a Call and see the e legs n t line of Jacket ('Ml ami C just teceUed at rlteph iiim A Wileot's W have th agen.-y for the Fairbanks Jk, Moro niniN, windmill and ftsnline iiginvs. Clark A Hartshorn ' You aliottlil clean your see I w heat lie firaiiii. Wa sell th best makes of Faiuilng Mills. W. 1,. llarkcr. An ad of the First N ill ml It ink of Out Ion appears In this Ismte which U i( Interest li Ilia C in Uh business pub lic. Mia Ityrl Kprlngstwi I teaching the rlniary rooiti of the public school this week In placa of MUa Jnyeu llerslmer w lid la hi tl sick lift. A remrl reached lierti last week stat in that Mm. IU.'.lii:r.M.rt... and B. II. Whrat, Ixilli formerly of this city, with ! married In Walla Walla on ilia 7ili Inst. Mr. Fred Mmirwnnl lar son, Mar shall McCnrry, of Arlington caina out Mon. lor to l'"k alter hilinea matter hiiI visit fi lends lier.. They a ill re iniiin alxitU a atfk. K'kIii Myar wishes to announce tliat lia will N"rva aiiHr (or tliti 'Unr tu lif fivfil Clirlatmaa (lit) roiuotor having loruoltt-n In nifiiliou tlia faeton tli ar tialiu tK,"tr tfoiiu up forth otfaaiun. Wa hava a com pint tin of Hhoe iWraalnga, tta'ka, ttia-klntt, lov, rub lwra, overahora, IhhiU ami Ikm. Hh iuiilr ti at ir pntohlnir an aewing (a lona fit-e ahfiiyim hnyufU.W.t'rnpal I'rpuclilim awrvlcHa linvw liin cinlii-t-( in Ilia Hiiiii'n fh'ir.li ilurlii tha iitt ek liv Ap'iKil (joiner T (Ji-ilflilia. aMi-tl U n rnttirtaiiiiinc anl (ore 1'i'e .iker anl,ra lari al Iioiim vvry tfvenlng. Mr. aii.f Mra. II. T. 8mltli were up from their lnone mi the John I).iy ilnr In thw week. Mr. Soiitli'a ". t'liKiooi er retfretlitl that h ilhl not liriug a lot I of hia (4iii nn ar4trniil on an I lie niiitooa with him. Mr. an I Mra. I, C. lidnnett, of Iona K Htk, were in to n (or a l iv or taro lnrin tlia week. Mra. Jelf N"t)l au empmhl theni hooia to vinlt for a fa il iy. Mr. Ik'nnelt will haranfier kfcup jHitteil nn county Imppeninga througli tha iiifltiiam u( the (il bk. J. H. HoikI.wIio live near Lna Uork met with an aci-hlent last week whiith rernltt'il in (ractorinu a couple of riha, ll want M a spring to K"t bucket of water when he alippel an I full with the reault above inentloned. Dr. Luna waa called who died him up and he is now doing at well a could be ex pec tod. Geo. Earhart ha returned from the mountains where he ha laen having 11 aomewhat strenuous time with hi sheen for ome time, lie moved hi sheep from the Malheur country back to the John Day and was caught in the early mow lu the mountain, lie smv (ended in reuniting Spray all right, hnw ver, and w ill Winter hi aheep there. The lteht'kali Indlea will give a grand iap year hull in Armory hall New Year' evening. It will, a awell affair 11 ud the big aM'ial event of the saanon in Condon. The very beat of inmli! and 4thr requirements to a pleaaant eveiv iiiif will be nrovidud and the ladina will proceed to how their mamoiiim fi ienda how Kimh affairs elinuld bu conducted The iiivitalion la general. . W. A. CmnplaMI, the well known In anrance mnu whosuffwred aralupaefroni the tvulioid fever some time ag 1 at r..rthmd where he ha since been an in mate of the St. Vincent hospital, hat li.n very low for the pact week nnd for several days hia life waa despaired of. Ilo was reported aomewhat la-tter Tuesday, however and there are now some hopes for his recovery. Mr.. Campbell has a host of friends all througg Eastern Oregon who will anxiously await further news from liis bedside. Jini Hniith, the lone oiTiipant of the (niiinty.jiiil, got tired of his uneventful lifo la.-t Satnrdav nnd concluded to vamoose. While outside after an arm fultf wood fur bis etove he "hit the road" end succeeded in getting outside the corporate limits of Condon before he was overtaken .by Deputy H iy Rogers who inarched him back in n hurry Smith is being held for the grand jury which meets in April, on a el 1 11 r go of lar ceiiy. lie is said to lie a victim of the morphine habit and it is likely that the tihmMice of that important Hem from his bill of fare in the tall made him mix i'juo to.uliungo.hls quarter. . All the lii 1 ml and tiiu.l n ipulur laiok at JarU I'liarmacy. Charlie R'ckard wa In from bl ranch in the Ajis country Tuesday, . Regular net vice at the lluptlat church uentHundar morning and evening. Tnu Uapthit ladie liel I a auueeMfnl biotaar yesterday a ft moo 11 and evening, The Condon Milling Cu. expects to turn on Iherurreut fur theelectilc light plant In a few days, Hv'hool H iimrinteii hint N al left, fir Monmouth Tuesday morning w SieiiJ thw holiday alth his family. Our line (if horn nnd leather goods for the liolldai are unique and beauti ful, tiee them. Jarvi I'harmat-f. A iihauua on l) watcli an I a $.'5 doll given with every "m purchase at (!m Ion I'liariiiKi-y. 1'ieiiaraiions are well under way for thw Oregon Uhiintiau B i leavor ci ivmi lion, winch is to be helJ at I'eudlMton, leu. IV 21. Fred Cornettleft for Portl Hid venter day morning tu be gone for several day There may ha a aeq lei tu this item w hlch w ill be made pnblie later. Call at Ilia Arlington Lnmlair Co.' yard In Condon for building paper, doom, windows, mouldings and every thing to make your house complete. Wm. KillUeil has located a ranch on the John Diy river at tha m mth of Itm-kakill gulch due wast of Condon He as III town SituriUy and say ha hits a Imhikiik in his new location, lie has 100 acres of lill.ihle laud on tha but ml and can trrlg ite it all with a die i fr 11 the rivar only one qurter of a mile, long. The lorliliiv o( thi-cUn of I'm I is welt known an I Mr. hliilll t in no doubt grow all kin U of piu luce when he gets ni Uich iii and the place In cul tivation. A serious accident befell Carl, th two-year nl. I sun of Mr. and Mrs, Jihn Stilt last Thnrday evening while Mr. Klitl was temporarily abient from the room where the child was. The li'tle fellow got to 1 close 1 1 t ie stove and hi clothing beca-ne ignited and when his mother came into the room his clothing as enveloped in tlauie. Mrs. Klilt licklr estmgnishe I the. lire but n it nn till the child w4 teriihlv born I on the b-idy ami arms. It was feared for a day or two that the little suTo-er :'u: I 11 it live hut at this writlmc he is counidered mt of danger, Mr. Slitt wat away from limns lieini at his slieei camp 4') mile 11th of Prion ilc. bul he was telaphoii- ed (or aii'l In hard ridiifg" reached home Saturday nlaht. Marriod at Boise. The (ii. iuz is in receipt of the follow ing ehariicteritic note from our old friend, Al U-imImw, formerly of this place, but now a resident of. Uilse, Idaho. H use, Idaho, Dec. 10. Friend rattison : - I am up against the real thing, Ak, the brethren tu pray for me, llniw sifiiiiet the world. I nev er w as happier in my life. Kind rejur.ls to all Inquiring friends and if they come to lUiise they can count. on liuding me at home , Al llenbaw. AiTompsiivinit the nnte was a clipping fitiui a II is paper which helped to un ravel ihf iiirxterv and aivoiiuted for Al'a pronouncd e kiiberxuce of epiiils. Fol lotting is the cbniiiiiic MAUUIAUB Allien llenxliaw, n vell kuoAii miiiii iiierchiiut of I Iii a city and Ml" B is 1 (! uners.a Oopularyoung hnly of It due, were married at Hie Con- reg.it ioiial t'arnoiiiige yesteiday by Rev. U. It. Wiinht. We wIkIi our old friend "the young merchant" and his bride ail kinds of happineos and prosperity I mi we cannot help wondering how much it cost Al to tlx'' the reporter w ho wrote that me lice. . . Will Play In Portland. The Condon-Fossil foot hnl I tea:tt w ill tf to I'ortland the day following Christ mas to play the Ilwaco team the gune to Ira pulled off mi iliu 27th. Jim Stew art, the irrepresNilile spot ting e.litur of the Fossil Journal, is promoting the game and will he one of the star actors of the occasion. The plavera listed for the game are as follows ; Stewart Cauiphcll, Jack catripneii. Jim Cample-il. Frank, MadtH'k, l'eai-1 Jarvia ami Civile limwn, ( Cnmlon ; las. H. Stewart, of Fossil; Fred Ivl wards ami Horace MuBride, of Mayviile; Iteorge llardie. of Trail rork; l)r. King ol An- tchqie, and Kin, of I'm t laud. Hie nova are conutiiig on the tune 01 their lives and expect to do np the chiui diggers to the quel ti's taile. Court House Accepted. Tli court lintise is now tlie actual property of tiilliiini Connty tlie linilding having tacit inapeutrtd and awanted by the Isiard of nniintv ttoinmis'iniiers on Miimlii.v and Html sattlemunt lieinji made with the contractor, A. V. Peterson. The J1I1 din a ly Mr. Peterson U alt.ogather satisfactory to tlia county au'tliorities and the building is one of which every citizen of the county tniv fuel jut Iv proud. The county . offices are being moved this week from the old eiiacH which has for so in my years been hon ored with the title of "court house" and the oll'u-luls will soon be set tied down to business better prepared titan ever be fore, so far as surroundings and conven iences are concerned, to attend to - liu business. . To the Citizens of Condonand Gilliam County. In opening this institution, in your midst I wish to state that its future re spotiplblity and prosperity will depend greatly upon the treatment of its wt rnns. And in tlie work I have done thus far I feel t hat it has has simply lieen brought to a point where It should be dedicated to the cltv of Condon and Gil Ham Co;' For we trust that The First National Hank of Condon will live hum after those who have associated them- telvi'.a together for its nrgauiiiatioii imve ilepnrteu. Kesp N, F.itNsvvi!Tiiv Cashier, Ilarrinun In Portland. C II, llartiman, On railroad mig 11 ate, apeut several day in I'orllaiid during the past week looking ader his liiimaiise Iraiisportallou Interests In the northaest. While he was detained In 1'urtland severs! days by the serious Ill ness of Mr. Gurry who was traveling In hi patlv a a guest be was nimble, to take up a number of lmortant matters which were under ciuiHideraliou when he started west because of the unavoid able ab-euce of l'rejint Moliler, of the U. R A N., from t'oillaii I, that g nil man Udug cslled Bist by the mi ions illuevs of ft nieoilier of hi f.iinily. The proposed r i.i I nC u I mi is one of the projects w hich was to have been discuosed and settled at thi time but hich wa necessarily passed up for the present but it wss niiderstned from Mr, llarriiiiun' statement that the nutter will be taken op with Mr. Moliler ai soiiit a Mr, llairiniau reaches New Vork. In disciH"lng the Con I in pr ijait with an Oregouiaii reporter Mr. Ilarriman stated that he proposes tu develop the territory tlirongn which his line pass a rapidly a possible and that he pre sumed the line throngU (Jidiam eonnty would lie reached s-mmi but that until he could confer with Mr, M diler 011 the sublet he could make no definite state ment as to wheu the matter will be tak en np for action. "We will go into the near districts in our territory as rapidly as possible," aid Mr. llsirlin.in to th- Oiegoiiiati, 'and will not even wait for revenue producing trallie to la devehqied liefore afforling the facilities, liliough we iiiukI, of course, have some some wssur a'uee that the countiy is susceptible of stitflcii-ut development to warrant thn construction of a rond." The foregoing may lie reasonably taken as the most encouraging development yet made In regard to railroad matters in this county as it is the first time the public has been directly advised'that Mr Ilarriman' attention hits la-en directed to tne 11 rife nt need for better transporta tion facilities in this county lit con nee lion with his lines. The statement that his policy is not to wait for a revenue producing traffic il the district entered promises develop ment is also eiicoiirsging as it isgenrally conceited that this co iniv not only of fers a paving busineNs to railroad ria-hton the start but alo (msseesse uaiiiial resources which guarantee a tru ly wonderful development as soon as the road is built. (iilllam county people will hope to hear something definite, from New York 111 the near future of a most encourag lug nature regarding the much wanted1 road. Recent Deaths. Charles U. Davenpart. Charles Liurau.re Diveiport, an oil and reapecte I resi lent of M iy villi, diel. at that pl ice last Sstnrdav aged alniut til years. . Mr. l)aventort bud lieien very fite'ile for several years and a few weeks ago he had the misfortune to f.ill down a (tight of st:iirs in the M ivville hotel where he mile his borne, by which his leg was broken and he was other lee in- j ire.l, Recalls' of ki a tv.tucud aeand general w eakuesa he. was not able to re c iver from the shock but lim;eri.i until S ilnr.liiy when death released, him front his sufferings. , Deceased wash rn in Kirkland, Ohio, January 12, IS-V), an I there In grew to 111 mil hi I. lie learned the mill wrig'it tralo in his home town and l iter settle ! at l.i Fiyjt e, III, where Jhe was en g igel lu the stave fae ory bii'lnens nn lit 187(1 when he removed wiihhis family toC ildwell, Kansas, rem lining at that place aix year. Hi I8S2 he camn to the i'acilii: C-i 1st an I two years later he set tled on Keys' Flat, near Mayville.which J place has li.ten his home ever since. He was ui.irried in Li Fayette, Indiana, in IS57 his wife preceding hi in to the (.! rent lieyond several year. One son. Will D.ivenport, of Mayville, survives him. He was a man of sterling integrity and Iii if It character and was held in high esteem bv all who knew him. Hi funeral took place at Mtyville, Sunday, uitder the direction of the he cal lodge of Odd Fellows, he having 'been meinlter of that order since he was 23 vearaofage. Rev. Flower conducted the services. B. F. Tennis. B. F. Tennis, of Arlitntt-m, the well known wheat buyer, died at St. Mary'i hospital, in Walla Walla, Monday even- in i. . He went. t the' linsiittal almni a week aico snUViinif Irnui an attack m plenrisv to ahicli he linnlly Mncunibeil as above stated. . . )eeased was well kno.vn a'l over the i-onntv and had many friends, lie came to this county from California seveial years ago,- Wilder. Word was received here Snnday that Mrs. Kate Wilder, of Hillsboro bad dieil Satnrday" evening, Mrs. Wilder was a sister of K I MolCinney, the well kr.oa n sheepman of this connty. A hnsbanit and several children survive her. Smith. . T. Smith died suddenly at his room in tlie jix bniMiug last Salnnlay morn ing of pneumonia. He badiieen in tlie employ of Harrison A Weisu all Summer as a herder and bad come to town sever al weeks ago nmt bad since been drink ing heavilv. He was a aingle man about 50 years old. A m irried. sister resid.-s at lliilaboro, this state, whose husband is comity treasurer of Washington county. Tiie remains were interred in Mount Moriuh itn 'tery Sunday afternoon., - Sanders, Joseph Sanders, a young man lfl vears ol I, whose home u a on the John Day river, near Ajm, died on Monday f t phoid pneumonia, at the home of hia sister, Mrs. (Jen. Crnin. in Arlington. He was buried in the Arlington ceme tery. White. Everett White, of Arlington died sm! denly Rt that "plscrf jeiterdnv afternoon', of heart disea-e. lie was 2(1 yeara old and nnmarried. He was en.sged in the photograph bunincss nt Arlington nnd waa highly respected by nil who knew j him. r Christmas Od r atook now arriving and being niwned Jof lniptioii. It i tlm Urgeat and most complete lloliduy ftock ever ofT;rel in Oil liitm coitnfy. A glttnce at our counters u iii prove 1 lie trulli of thin claim. It incltnli s, Late Books, Sterling Silver Novel ties, Jewelry, Pictures, Toilet Cas es, Toys, Burnt Wood Novelties. Call and Inspect Our Mammoth Stcck. A No Walcb and a 2't Doll to begiveti away December 25 A chance on bolh with mcli 25 cent cut!) purcbase. Condqn Pharmacy (rRliSCRIPlTON lRU;Gl!!Tf'.) HARDWARE! BUILDIilG MATERIAL! Nails, Machine Oil, Lard and Linseed Oil. Stoves, Hangea, Cooking UtenKiJ. . Agency for the SHERWIX t WILLIAMS Ready Mixed - Oil Taiiits all Colors. CLARKE & HARTSHORN. i . . HOLIDAY GOODS :JToiletSets, Albums, Toys, Games: 1 Late Books. Bound , ' Authors Our line of Holiday Presents date. Make your Helectiotm t John "CHRISTMAS Here'M the place to Qnd il. We lint-tiillection of llolidHV grxKls taxtt'Hivl piiib). Mostcliariiiinir Sniokrr's sets, rictnrcs, Ajbiims Horn, Leather and Plush Goods. Our horn and leathargoodsare somsthingnew. All the latest standard novels in Book Department. Incidentally we may mention that our prescription is not overlooked. Prompt and reliable"" J. O. Fall and Winter Mllllnerir Largest and Finest , Assortment Ever Of fored in Condon. Call and be Suited in Style, Quality, Price. Miss Dora Downing. pocstjob prli)t for Shoes 1 for "Winter W eer Tor Ladie, . John Strootman's Shoes excel in style, comfort and durability. ' All of these "the best ever" for purpose intended. " UP - Ipiaiiuaiau.uiiuaiiimuuiaiiiiiiuiiuuiauiiuiaiaiiijiiu Goods Books by Standard 25c up. is full, complete and up-to-early and get first choice. Jackson. GIFT!" are iir-riii(i an PxceptioiiHlly liters and aril (ei-l sure tlist e ran suit vur crfutiunsin Toilet and Msnicoresfts, Etu. . our work JARVIS. E. C. MERB1FIEL0, RESIDENT ARTIST, formerly of Arlington. lias a new ami complete line of Holiday mounts. Nothing nicer than a picture of yonr mother, father, friend or eweetheait for -an X-nias souvenir. We have - iheni in anv style and any price. f ti r!i WeM Side Jii'ith Main Street. f at tye GCOBE Office For (ientlemen. Buckingham & Hoxhl's make gives universal satisfse tinn. Itest nil purpose shoe. DUNN BROS. TO - DATE MERCHANTS. . RUBBER GGODS Arctics, Rubbers, Snow Excluders. All kind of stormy weather fiKt wear for men, vrninen mi dlilt'e people. 0. W. PR0PST & CO. FALL ANNOUNCEMENT!! We are just opening (he I tr-sf nod innst trotitplcfi! Iim of Bkirfs, Jackets, Coats, f;t's and liirt-Waist erer offered lu Cutldotl, ' ' M:;:ite Carb Curttct and Lmia 1 1th Jackets. Trices :tb ; in reach of all. Stephenson & Wilcox. Fine Orocerie a specialty at our store. WHEAT INTERIOR VJAREHOUSE llililifst price pai.l fur (irain of all kinds. Ktoraif and lwllii id Woof. General Warehouse and Merchandise Business. BALFOUR, CUTHRIE & CO , MX'R3. ARUHCTOH, BLALCCK, DOUGLAS, IQSP UNDER The Palace Hotel, KLGIN MYERS, Prop. M st coinniodious hotel in the city. , Table supplied with the best the market affords. Special attention given to the comfort of guests. Headquarters for Traveling Men. CONDON, afuxrmnjuinnnnuuiruuuuvrinjini That- New You are building will require some ne tt new Furniture, Stoves, Range Etc. CillanJ examine our stock anl let us quote you prices that will please you. Ve are ' proud of ;tr Ptockand when it is transfer red to your new house or your old Uo:na you will be as proud of it as we are now. 1 Condon Furniture WALL PAPER LATEST DESIGNS FASHIONABLE PATTERNS Largest and best select ed stock in' the County. Estimates 'furnished on . jobs as to mateaial and labor. W. A. DARLING Notice. . The nndersijrnetl will pay ten dollars per head for all horses branded K on left shoulder and hip and not vented up on delivery at Key's ranch two miles west of Mayville. 3d 141 . Wm. Kkys. I An Ad in the Globe brings results v. lJthniOo. ' For niitdoor bad weather wear Napa-Tan, II igh top snow nnd mud ex cluders. Wear like Iron. uinnnAaain KEW MANAGEMENT, Mrs. R II. Wai.x, Prop. Will cater to the wants of the trav eling public in a manner to warrant. hatisfitction. Centrally Located, Corner Main and Spring Streets, - " CONDOR OREGON. irul OREGON. House and Hardware Co. The Oregon Semi-Weekly Journal. Democratic. newspaper, ever fair and 1 ways ree; 164 copies in one year for oi $1.60 to any address. . The Journal, . O. Box 121. Portland. Or. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice is hereby given, that the nnd signed has been; by the Connty COtm the state of Oregon for Gilliam Coun appointed administrator of tlie estate S, K. de-Neui deceased. AH persons having claimsagainst deceased are hereby notified to pre ' the same duly verified to the nif signed at the office of Hendricks fc 1 ernian, Condon Oregon within . months from the date of the first iication of this uotice. - J. H. PsSri 1 Administrate! of the estate of 8. li Neni deceased. Hendricks & Bowertnan attorneys 1 theestate. Uatd of first uobiic n visit DR. JORDAN'S osi MUSEUM OF AllATOfn I06t MARKET It, SAN FRANCISCO, C;.. fltMwn Sink u4 tmntih.) Thslnrgi-t Anatomical itra. n;. In Hit Vt'urid. Orrairtt attrtieHnn tn th4 Cliy, Wrmlme,ormijrcoSI' ' rl dinfkMi,ollivl eare.t - lh uldFxt BinH-lullst nn the I'm;.... I tout. KaUblUhvdSeymirii OR. JORDAN-PRIVATE CISEAif : Tnmua n.i and ml1;. It!fr wen who .nilVr liumlli crttTiiiof jruulbliil li--rivtiuiiA or en-nwei. In mutt. ' ynr. erviiiiaftii(l pHVNiciu iieiii7. 1--HIH0T, IwU Mto4 ttmll ttiieirni' I cmloim; kiwrnntwrrlun, Prtai- rboia, tionori-liu-, lK'4, Yrqxfv I r Urlnatla. rl. Iljr fcmWiiAll. nmHlle.al great eurallvn po" tr, ll Dtn-I-1 lianaoitrrniiEWl Ills irruloipnl Hint 1 1 Will f' ' only airird ImmiHliMto r.-f, but prmif 1 cm. 'I'll Doctor do nut clolm lo rr. ft. 1 mlmclew, but Ih wen snuws 10 mi tnii r 1 iqiMra Clivlcinn Mnd Siirgeoii, ir-4ait-' I In liln.pecialty D I t M. KTrlllLIS Ihiiroushiy erijirieo mo I the KyMciu wlthotit the nseof Wrer. . Tram niteij b an Eiiwl. Hs.'-- enre tr Hnaliira. A lcti m1 rtr i-r ttin (nr rilr. riannrv ixt FI'IhIm I Dr. Jorin epeoal iiamina mttonnit. KVKRY SSASI pnlylnatiwwuifi-i-mi hmi'it opinion nt bis Co V'I"J. llinuifl tuartmtn tQMTHM ClH CHAKOES TSHY HBA80XAFI.lt. Treanueiit periiiiillT or by leiter. Ur.l ... Rnnll Ilf.nWOI'ltV ' intRnnoK. mu,kfbks. (as bix.lt lor h.) tailor writ DR. 10RDAN & CO.. 1061 srtuSt U. L. Nenl, the well known eer, will give tlie strictest at all btic-hiess entrusted to his ' utl liiise property lo sli co.i-' 18 if 11 is 11