For Saturday- .
IHO Pamm Fl«# Khoge. worth tmm
52.50 to 6* 00 per pmir RumlA Coif. H*rvd
Wolt. Viet Kid. heavy Bo**. Ught ftoton. War
Coif and lot Cod. Ue* and ConfnHM
420 Gent** F«no Fait Hats, newest colors,
newest shopoo, regular • 1.25 and $ 1.50 Hats
FOR op CENTS
Wm. Mulherin’s Sons & Co.,
. 846 Broad Btreet.
Pitu ia Th# Ttmp't*
P«Jm Om Th# Kj*
Fuat ui Tk Back of TU Baaß
CjMW# ta4Mt f|NN|4MM»tlf INMNM d*#*»
t§9fi •j ikta aat (•maw If
yam #» <f#r • • via VI I fNrlt H*i
vlhmlm# II il «t I* •**: |Mt *fm
IM »«l« Ik lUMkf.
19* OMI LUll V m#r.
DR. HENRY J. GODIN
KYMksHT irirnt w,
f 9 fwtl N., Mil ki haakfi Hadl.
TO DI3INTECT f'UJ HiMT.
O* an Train* Now Wanning Owl of
Now Oroaaa. frf. II Ail tin
rtliraaft running out of Now Ortaaai
worn pnniM today with tho iw ■
•ary appa'atu* for dftlaforiltg freight
and nfrr tho quarantine rule tiny ran
now ml ogt all freight that la ft
flared not to ho dangerous larlaflni
all aow and dry material uapacked
such as lumber machinery. near
bright and Ulna, bar amt sheet Iron,
ale*!. agr! uluiral laylrtMau, wagon*,
trarka. hardware. irg aait far. fur pen
tine rortc. atm*, coal. eohe, cement
grata la carload* liar rtorii ami puiiE
try, and oy*te-» and ftah packed la
cars, sound fruit tattoo from clean vea
aoia. aad all freight taken from reeaola
Whole cars are allowed to go
through without disinfection Alt
goorla la original wooden or metal
package* htrlmling shoe*, cottons, dry
goods, rice In barrel*. butter, ten, pork,
bacon, etc,, are allowed to go from
New Orieaus Ur an; polui In the Oulf
State*, provided the package la disin
fected* on the out*hie Atl good*
manufactured in New Orb an* and all
packages broken in New Orleans must
be disinfected throughout, and the dis
infection mu«t be certified so by the
United Stale* Marine Hospital Service.
Bedding and household effects must
not be sent from New Orleans under
any circumstance*. These regula
tion* largely offset the quarantine. B"d
the railroads say that they are suffer
ing very little In their freight bust- !
The passenger bnaine**. however is
completely paralyzed. and roo*t of the
passenger trains are being taken off.
except the through ones. There wa*
a further lessening up of the quaran
George W. Smith, who has Just died
at bis home in Chicago was the com
mander of the Eighty-Eighth Illinois
regiment In the civil war. and became
distinguished for his gallantry. He
was a successful lawyer and was slee
ted state treasurer on tbe republican
Wa are now receiving
all the Latest Ideas in
Jewelry, Watches, No
velties and Silverware. ,
A NICE |
ROSARY BEADS |
We Mieiprt & Co„!
A KION . MIK VCTiarsa.
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a •>.»» if n nan— Ml It I f.M ikwi
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•at* mm* than it* wnCMarv. ant t!
found ihat IV an-a «<* ft*** It la tl M
pat how TMa *#* »<wii pmML twit
•V* petrra at I Mac* agltol N ontftiPg.
Hnart. »MI I. 4rn* «M hart la cat.
end rapt ll* err 4AJ TV meat* »f»
U to ****■<*. .M whew »*«• **• that
• «-*PM»4 at thia* Il a fafetol hra-P
I. town* » it* rati lull* at lh* to.*#
Thar* a*« a giumt.tn* at ihai ha*-
a.ar, aat aa .W» p'ad to gra n Other
toad r.*wlM*d «a*l»» of «*••*• •»'
. a* man a»#r at ih hwi nr**«t ton
es prunen. »h* h N wa* WSIPf •• *
r«l pr*#e Kveryhnip ha* to ShiM
.hi* total t« *« dawn lh* fltar tad Ihal
jr a* ih» oply »lm» I taH al h»m* *1 ■*»
aa put Marl ad . n Ihal ■ •»* hh
'wotfttn# oh Iha tb-rgl* raaM Tha pno |
I •mu in* Kl.mdth# rarer m<m
la, ana ldam. and M M aamillt a t»lrl» |
i a all to to tot da tine #act mt a • hamrr
!|W Ihal ton rnaa! up with 1 hat hrard ,
11, aaid Ihal wo « onan rould P*ah It
a, -rum iha Irall. but thia to a mtoiaha.
ia* I aa« raveral, ant they war* ■*»-,
tin. v.r* Wall II la hard, ihounh. |
j i lag along very » *n. ** ■*»•*»-
and the per*»a who goes It must have
the toughne** leather and the moat
perfect • -otifllen-e In themsrlvsa AM
leal there are for gold, hut those who
iset tt *re few and far between, Th.-re
are not over seventy-live paying claim*
•nd the chance* of healing are grow
ing slimmer every day Th* «•** who
' make money make It la big stakes.
I though, aod as a rule they let II go
'freely My observation In, however, that
mure money la carried into that country
Iby prospector* than la ever carried out.
' V* * rule, the one* who make the moat
• money are not after tlalm*. but are
selling aomettiiog to eat arid drink.
Whisky aas ft par drink shortly after
I got there. Inil In a little while a big
supply tame in. and It was selling al
Tib tettla when I left. Hirer* for buleh- j
Hug purpose* brought II.OWI each and J
meat sold at 11. M per isiuud. Moose, 1
for rating parpaw, were Won each, and
other thin*# In proportion for some
lime alter I got there. When a news
paper came in Dawson City the man
who got It w ould hire a hall and charge
;,u cents admission for us to come In
and hear him read It. That I* the way
we got our war news, y»t, strange to |
way, there were oftentimes the moat
absurd imoors afloat a* to the destruc
tion of our battleship* by Ihe Hpunlaids
and they almoat always had some per
sons to believe them. The majority of
the people who leave the Klondike
without striking a paying claim la so
grevt Ihst one would be sslonished at
them if he had not been told. Coming
down the river I passed a steamboat
!captain and naked him about the num
ber of boat* he had passed with people
In them.who were getting out of the
country, and he said on an average of
one every fifteen minutes. The one.i
who have struck it rich only go there
now tn the spring and In the winter
months they pull out and leave others
to work their claims. Tt Is a great coun
try for those who desire to see the
sights, but this is the to
Hr. McCullough left Brunswick with j
$-.700 on hts petson. and while he spent j
a large sum of It on the several months'
trip and traveled over 14,000 miles by
land and water, he does not regret It.
Larrikin & Co., Plain and Fancy Gro
cers, 712 Broad Htreel. New goods.
New store. Low prices.
GIVEN A LIFE SENTENCE.
W. S. Brown Found Guilty of Hur
Talbott on, Ga.. Kept. 24. Argument
In the case of Mr. W. Scotl Brown for
the killing of John Henry Miller, last,
March, was continued yesterday.
Speeches were made by J. C. Thorn
ton for the defense, and by Solicitor
S. P. Gilbert for the state. The case
was given to the Jury at 11 o’clock and
at 4:30 p. m. they returned a verdict
of guilty of murder, with recommen
dation to the mercy of the court. The
judge sentenced Brown to life impris
onment in the penitentiary. Court ad
Smith & Wesson pistols from $5 to
$8.50. Several good bicycles Tor sale
very cheap. Good watches from $1.25
to $50.00 at Lewis J. Schaul, Reliable
Pawnbroker, under the Arlington.
T7IS AUOUBTA HJSBALD.
a tone* MWBW*
ha* laa* ana* ft *ha fHfcpito
hat* at mdi'iM to* *►« paw hae *****
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main dlStomli* p» Ml* imm to »Sa a*
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• trap hhtoS ihr*M*p* th **'**t lh*
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tumrwtp at AMartotth. hat at all m*
lltt* Va« a haa. Hroth**.
lltwlaM or Um U Iha Arm» nr ton*
at* Mall him talar a * mala V‘Ve
. r Altop * tonwl> toaa*. a powtar Mr th#
(Ml All who mart*, waih *r atant
0,. ,i H ti car#* aahinp. Utwd. a«aa.
•n.ttoh. •a'.l'll taai. and m*fc»a h.t.
iiahi nr n*« *ht»# *aar to«** rdn' l
dll.tar. pat top* #* ratio** •hm* All**'*
totnd R *a la am*! ».» KallaKthlal*
All trupplal* *“*• Phoa M«P** toll «•
Camilla #a*l toll Kit Addr«* Allan to
Otm.iat La Hos. * T ■
HMWat ItoMraat Imm thaCaptoalaf
Oalaaavllla. Oh. toto ** Th*
lootcta Kama!' Srailnair and ion
■artraicpa of M<mUe har# haa lb* larcto!
lutmlx r «rs ttudaata Ml* pmr ihal It
ha* **ar had
Tha fanh*rs of Ibla a*nl«»n ara hap
pji. itcpita ararythln* Mai polnia to
ihair 111 Imh. Tha latcant hajr crop
arar rniaad ha* bar* rurad Thr *a»-
Inc of har will orarplua M* almoai to
tal rata of tha foddar and corn <rop
A ernnd daaKPrailr rallr *HI it
brltl har* on Mr 4M of Ortohar, In
which n hit id her of adjoining twmilaa
will partlrlpalr. A big haahat tinner :
and barimru# ba»« bean arrawta-l by
thr rxerutlra rotnmlttae. and (’olonrl
Tandlrr and Me chairman of thr aiatn
rinrutlm eommlttnr, duHlgnon. will
Vlrlor tha elgbtean j'rar old aon or
Hon A. D. Candler, la aulMrlng from
n rrlapnt <>f Me farar and hi* father
I* kept from filling romr of hit m
•agrmruia to apeak on Mia ae
count. - ..
The Oalomvlllf Holdler tniy# of the
Sat oml Oaorgla reglmenl w ill Ur wel
comed with a fraat when they return
A grimy. H yearn old. died here yea
terday. who ha* never lived In a hour*
—alway* under a tent.
FRESH AND FAIR.
is Pe-ru-na. which for forty years has been successfully combating this insidious
disease. Read what Mrs. Benoit sajjf about it:
un doctors and began to take medicines I saw advertised, but 1 continued
t<? growworae. 1 was so miserable 1 wished I was dead. Ufc hadl no M
4* mo. At 1 «*t I saw IV-ru-na advertised and got a bottle. Hall ado trie
mo altd alter " had taken four bottles I was well I have gamed in
weight and feci years younger.—Mrs. Benoit, 131 Pleasant St„ (.ineumati. O.
Dr Hartman will prescribe for fifty thousand women this year free of charge.
All women sufferingfrom female troubles or any disease of the mucous mem
brane may have r>r Hartman's private counsel without cost, bend for special
'kocUcr. r ßockford, 111., says:—“l have been troubled with chronic
catarrh several years. 1 tried almost everything, and employed several prom
inent physicians, but to no avail. I saw an advertisement of your medicine am
gave it a trial. I have found Pe-ru-nu a great help. 1 can heartily recommend
it to all suffering from that dread disease.” »
The uncleanness of catarrh makes the disease abhorrent to a careful woman.
Catarrh will not go away itself. Its existence must be made impossible. Thu
is what Pe-runa does. It makes the membranes healthy all through the
organs of the body and catarrh ceases to exist. All druggists sell r «-ru-na.
6 AkiH 6
m* rAlrn ws imi rmrjts
ttoippatoa Mima t m*a.,ed v* ftoeat
iwatolat «M. to*** M ItonUw
Ikato laehapw at ttoto »e* (Maas-1
•a* *aap*npai hp Mv .top *a*topn at
tapaar Tstoaii ton* * dr* *aaato*
M# wwid ha Tplto. ia aiMWla* aad
Im.M rto* at »•* hw*a mewrtoM •*•
War at Ptoiawd* caaiaM wwd-htoaata
la< iaaM *»*t w*e* M TatovMna aa a
a tom la thaaa eppaa Tana at lie pa*
lto* W.ra Iliad and ahtia Iha aa»»,
• latova ihal Iha mldaaea wa* Mara
•haa rail tow I M rvavto*. iha lar*
•mad ibran not «mk.
la ih* toMwaaiM* Mditowatlnw a*w»
aaanwd *hr hop* Mat a rwwmr wan Hr
,eta I*4 that Mar Manl to harm lark
mm N to*wm Ma* Ito lmnw m* wtad
at 'hr rvart* pad «aMlj attppmd
dawa to lh* dap.* H» *#k» th* trwla
I. W tot raw. I' *r 4 I t> 11*11 Iww
at lh* panto* IlitM Mlluwad lark
ae* la lh* trala toad ruraral k m »l*t r
neat | latkana *t. htok wma ****
armed WHk p!*l<4* wfc rk Iha* k#td ia
their hand* while nbaetap him IVj
nay* llall ainmiNa-f h» e»nk. him Imi
lire await latarfetwl Ml# own pl.lol
waa la hto brr*et pork.' and row alder
lag dlwretina Iha heller pan of wkr.
h* got oai at the ear aad left low*
hurriedly Perenit »ll*e from Tnlto • •
lea he llaciM a Ira'n sad ram# home
Mall and thwawell aay they were not
armed end Ihal they merely now a' .a,
alap larhaoa'g fare end In him know
wbet the* ihoaghi • f him Thera la
Mai growing a htg aeaaallon In Tailed
To Whom H Tay Caven.
t have been In Iha drua bnalnee* f. r
iwelv«. yaarn. and during Ihal tint- bay*
add nearly all the rough madlHne*
oanufnelutrd. aad from mjr |>er*»nal
knowledge of *u> h remeditto. I aay that
t'bambrriala a Cough Remedy glee*
belter natlafarttun than any other on
the market —W M. TVrry. Klklon. toy
Hold by Aleyamtrr Drug and Heed Co..
C. K. Carr of Hell Tower Irrug Store.
OIIAHOLn SERIOUSLY ILL.
I here Has Been a Change l ; «f Ihc
to urn# Wcccntly.
Havaonah. fig Sept. *4. lt waa
reported Thursday night that the
> (.ltdlt ton of Mr. W W. ChlshOl®
waa Home what worn* and Mat fear*
ware aniertainnd aa to hi* recovery
There w-pre many caller* at hi* real
dance at Gordon and Abaraon ytfaaU
yrslccday. Hacking Information an to
Mr C'hisliulm'a long ctinnat ilon with
bnglnMW intereali bpra. haa given lilm
an c*lcnnlv« acqualntanc*«hlp. He
ha» also many frland* and a< qimlDiaii
cea In varloUH counting In this section
of tbe state, who will regret to hear of j
Practical statement! tt
>' ...unto*... . j women about catarrh.
in women preserves beauty. Women
suffering from any catarrhal trouble
cannot be wholly attractive. If the
catarrh is in the, head, nose, throat
or stomach the breath declares it.
If it is in the lungs it mean* can
> sumption. Troubles of the pelvic
organs are in almost every case
catarrh. Every phase of catarrh
fe is unclean; many of them arellis
l Catarrh lias many names bat its
C\ character is the same; wherever it
catarrh the remedy must be scien
tific and thorough. Such a remedy
dot tmxpfwm ** iWFirtt
tfUkfl Ti <A«a 94A fKsy# f 5 •» HI
I '*mms H» iilwriliff Ml IMP******
I Mi •
ftpMu* t« M*(M ♦ - % **« A- sitoMt M
I*i in mi. aa let*. I I. ha
a*a tow ih* pMto* awi h* *“ •*•
I mav* SkP^ty
> to Maiai»:« M tto Mta twr ha** war *«m
nt a toad Mitoaay aa II *w* to. «* •
j a*M tha* lair into* to a*
to to wm hm*a» wtoi.bar h* *t*
r ttoe. **»h iha inma'tw** at Ma pmp
Mtoto to Iha nww hw taMto* •*<
1 atu w ti ( iii mA~ M tow* aw *•» «• «m
MW h* aSMtoh. wto» in* htoi.ua to
la am htraww w»vh aw* at tk# «awit
dntow ha hrwwa that pwntoa wTN M
aw* •* M went t »# ***** Urn aad Ihara
to pa* a #mM to MM ha wM PaM hto
BiriAnASe-Vtopy fn># y#l
low fruit chAftp At VaJI*A
I TCHh cm I IW« OPUhtA
A large Xwmv.i at Ptwiaat* aad
ttotowi. toa.. hagt •< towmrt #al»
va* to gap H* Mtlp hank tow* with
tatohi pr.i.p.'irl. totwrty all *d Ih*
aadargrmtnatow ha** ftonmei aad lh*,
a*mtoe at aaw MMhwto to naaanaily /
Th* PMNM M*a ram* tram Mwrtp
..art mm# aad Hill that mm aw M
.ry lrata Tha rwllaia npwnt wtoh
1 the** hawdead a-wdant. Tha waw
toerr at Tnwa.a*** taaeW* ha# |wM
i wm raar pm at and la wae at ih# al
Iran bwibtiap* at toa hlad Hi Iha
(It C. K Ihtotoa Iha aew pra.l
' deal ahd toiafh. towpplar aad torwwa.
ae* .alnaW* arwalaWtow* ia lh* Inc
•*H*«to ■# l*» Mt In a* ibt hjp
HAPPY HI STIMI fIROI'NIIS.
Ikecr Hunt In i and Rto# IMrd
. |a.r cuy. TVlliian—burg County.
' Sept **■- Kartwern are trying mah*
nil they raw with Ihtoi Veent collop.
and the mra.hanta th order to ha *llll
IIP iha swim, an ana* their price* *c
Sira* Kpr— a Km- have <d«-nc'l a
line «f acPaim' mat«*h*ndl»e In Ihelr
new Mate on Main rtrmd
Th* High aetoatoihetw was , ,->nad a
few day* ago. with Mr W. 11. SrlliA
|.rln< ipal. and Ml.. Maagl. la*, na
.l.i.nt Th. school pounlaen to be up
to Hie usual high grade.
Mia* Malt Pc'*, of Red Hill. Va,,
who wa* the ..ilii.ni her* lasi year,
ha* r.-lurn d Mb* will lake charge of
n private school hare, ar.d leach music
Ihc i omlng aearaa.
Mrasra. K y a tinea Jona*. Jr,, and
Arthur Jone* lcfl here ln*l Tucaday,
and many other young men ar* pre-
l-nrlnc lo 1.-« v in Ih- near rulurc lo
alien.! lb* Haaelon* of Me various
.rho.de and collaaee.
j Thcic la a great deal of hunihis.
!l.rln.Rally deer hunting *olr.a on now
in the lower i>art of thla county, and
In tlcorgriow n county alno. Thla I*
iruly the hunter's par Id Iso.
Your cerr«s(Mg>d*nt. In company
with Mraat*. H I>- Rlchardaoa. J J
1 A vent cl al. of lint pcr'« enjoyed sev
eral day* of ihc royal sport recently.
tkiulrrilH and wild turkeys dart and
duller before the huntsman, and ihc j
In essanl crackling .if the musket* |
tell Ihc falc of hundreds of corpulent I
tine birds, of which the poorest marks
man ■-an kill a doaen at a shot.
B«*ri tb. A Thg Kind You Kin ANrays Bought
MRS. CURZON ILL.
She May Not Be Able to Go to India
With tier Husband
London, Sept. 24. The St. James
Gazette says It regrets to learn that It
la very doubtful whether Mrs. Curzon,
wife of the newly appointed Viceroy of
1.,d1a. will be able to accompany her
husband to India, the delicate state of
her health making It desirable for her
to remain In England for the present
to recuperate before facing tbe Indian
Broad Street Store and Dwelling for
W" have for rent a very desirable
Broad street store with dwelling over
head, which we will lease to responsi
ble party at exceedingly Jew price.
Will make alterations to suit.
WICKER & DAVIS.
Waycross, Ga., Sept. 24. Tom
Sizemore, the. while highwayman, who
recently effected his escape from the
Coffee county Jail at Douglass, was
brought here Thursday night for safe
He was captured at Fort Myers, Fla.,
and Deputy Sheriff Stnllh of Coffee
county had him In charge last night.
Sizemore and several other white men
were arresled several months ago for
robberies committed in the vicinity of
Nall Penetrated His Skull.
Montgomery, Ala.. Sept. 24. John
Papasek, while feeding hogs, last eve
ning, fell In a fit, striking his head on
a nail, which penetrated the skull
about two inches, causing his death.
Age, 95 years.
Finest and freshest table butter al
ways on hand at Lamktn & Co.'s.
WHAT A WOMAN CAN DO!
SHE CAN to-•-*-•»* to. - MENS
SHE CAN •i.Tri-**' “"*** NEW
SHE CAN . *7.00
SHE CAN Wrvs hnft the PtoM *MW a m-to toto $8.50
SHE CAN toto^T- 1 - T*
j-oraywraraw —to a , 200
BHE CAN *, 5.00
an tarwiwW wtft VMS ft«M tot pwwh
cue r Ah) ttot ahai* M# w*> • A wwaaM mm
3nt M, twpthtoa at i "tttl—i. awd •» to *Af\ /y\
w.ti Vni aam thtWd Sdv.VA/
Shi cannot h#lp tout ACmlr# hmr Boy iftif w# Hava
urwsMKf him up in on# Nobby r All Butts.
$ 1.50. $2.00. 188.8.131.52, *4.00. 55.00.
irs A FACT*, SHE fcANT
J. B. WHITE & Co. t Cloilios Department
v-e NPth ATOMI
mi. wi i nun
wi turn a o »i w i it.
Th# last, but onw of our ■•mi-innuti Chilling*
Snips will b* crownud with in Array of b*rg* in *.
at any stori may bi proud of. Soma of thi Special
values ar* th* rasuits of our own effort* carefully
planed for thi occasion many weeks wi
are frank to confess, are rather accidental, merely
attributable to our ability to take quick advantage of
th* cnespweted turns the markets take * t _*| m **'
in all it is a wonderful collection of choice Shoe* that
will be sold at our new store this week for
Fifteen different styles In Ladies’ Low and High
Shoes and eight different styles of Men s.
These are genuine bargains purchased by our Mr.
Gouley while In the East. . r .
Agents for Hanan & Son. Stacy Adams 6l Co..
Edwin C. Burt and Ziegler Bros.
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If you want two things the highest *tll*f*ctlon and a saving of money. Just
make yourself une of ~ur cusmmei*. to'* ran furnish rater* with birycla*.
npi ihc best In the maiket at 'h*i. The reeePt A per rent reduction
uas a quarter hit, but here's a proce.»k>n of home runs. CVlumßlns. model P,
ns.uo. and your lust chance lo gel th!* popular model at any price. W, have
threo shop worn (only) model 44. I*dle«’, we will let go at to" 00. On# ladle#'
Hartford at 146.(10 and ladle*' Veilette al *4- ladle* Jill at *3O. and for
b-.ys and men there I* nothing on Ihc market lo compare with the Itetdel
special at *».«> and (he Jac k at 124 0": second hand Cleveland*. Ramblers.
Crescents. Htrarna. VliU)r#,“*!Pr*lg» and Hacydes. from *12.00 up. all At
condition, and we let them go ai any old price—they did not coat us any
thing. w-cre given to ue by people who wanted to ride the HTANDARD
WHEEL OF THE WORLD, and only aold In Augusta al
DEVENEY, HOOD & CO
DOORS. SASH AND BLINDS,
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YELLOW PINE LUMBER
AND MILL WORK ° F fItSCUIPTIoN.
Factory and Saw Mill equipped with latest improvements, and organiza
tion thorough in every department. Pull line in stock, and prompt abip
menta assured. Prices, Catalogues, ale., upon Application.
Perkins Manufacturing Company, Aupsta, Ga.
(0 OPEMTIVE COIL SUPPLY COMPAHY
Have transferred their business and coal yard to MEBBRS. DON'ALD
Fit AH lOR and T. T. CUMMING, under lease, who will hereafter conduct
the business In all Its branches.
PURITY, EXCELLENCE OF QUALITY and FULL WEIGHT and
MEASURE will be the leading charge terletics of their management.
„ti k of Hard and Soft Coal and oak and Pine Wood is not sui|>a»»ed n>-
\vhr*r«. Trial orders are InvltwJ.
FRASER & CUMMING, Lessees
BELL TELEPHONE 120. STROWGER TELEPHONE 538.
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