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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 October 1895

DEMETRIUS BLACKBURN ND THE SILVERSMITHS. Arts rix. 53. And the same time 34. Far a certain man named Dei shrines for Diana. hronght no small jr. 25. Whom he calkxl together wi: said. Sirs, ye h ir that by this craft • S's. Moreover re see and hear, that cut all Asia, this Paul hath persuade* that they b-e no gods, ■which are made 27. So that cot only this our ci also that the temple of the great go magnificence should N? de«tr\ - ye*i. whi 2?. And when they heard these si out, saying. Great is Diana of the Epl 29. And the whole city •was filled L.NFOUN2ED PREJUDICE. PKBlte View* Held by Mas? That Banks F**x>r Dull Time*. Oat 1 of the xaost surprising fearsres of the present cheap incaey agitaticvi is the evidence of widespread prejudice against banks. According to the sdlve»- ires and fiat m oney adv.vates. it would seem that a bv.k is a diabolical institu tion which preys on the farmer and workingman. while tie banker is as eaemy and oppressor of the peopie. These peculiar views...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 31 October 1895

VOL. X. OFFICIAL REGISTER AUKHDICKN CITY IIOVEKNMKNT. Mayor lanr.es A. Ilood Treasurer W. li- Mack Clerk A. W. Rush Attorney W. O. M«: Kin lay Health Ollicer C. R. Hell Marshal John Steen l'olice Justice 8. J. White Council —U. J. Garman, J. S. (Junn, N. (J. Kaufman, L. J. Kolts, E. 11. Tan ner, C. S. Weather wax, Alex. Young. U. S. Deputy Collector of Customs for the port of Grays Harbor, I'eter Autzen, Aberdeen. CHEIIAMS COUNTY OFFICIALS. Auditor C. E. Sackett Clerk I. E. Lyons Treasurer J. (J. J-ewis Sheriff J. A. Graham Attorney J. B. Bridges Assessor Seth Wurien Coroner C. A. Beardsley Supt. of Schools J. A. Ilutcheson Surveyor O. P. Burrows Commissioners —Win. Anstie, J.O. Coy, J. D. Kirkaldie. SOCIETIES. a 4 F. AA. M.—Aberdeen Lodge, /v No. 52. Regular eommunica- Hons on the Second and Fourth r%/\ Tuesday of each month at 7:30 i>. ui. ' • » Visiting brothers cordially invited. Ity order of E. E. Eatou, W. M. L. J. Kolts. Sec. Aberdeen lodge no. 31, a. o. u. w. Meets iu A. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 31 October 1895

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, October 31, 1895. ISSCED EVERY THURSDAY BY JAMES F. UIRTOX. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year $100 Six months. l.uo Three mouths 50 Advertising rates ou application. Entered at the postoffiie at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Xotiees of births, marnaces or deaths printed Iree. Correspondence desired from ail pans of the conntv. short communications on topics of public Interest, when accompanied by the name of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferrably but not necessarily for publication. Official Paper cf the City of Aberdeen. CHLOPECKS COMPLAINT. The Seattle Trade Register reprints the interview ot the Post-Intelligencer with E. Chlopeck regarding what seems to him to be an injustice on the part of the ex press companies in permitting their local agents to engage in the shipping of tish in competition with his firm. In sp?ak ing of the 6'tuation at Aberdeen Mr. Chlopeck says: "For ten years we had a paying busi ness in Aberdeen, but t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 31 October 1895

The New • Women May dispellce with some of the tilings formerly dear to the feminine heart, but ' BEANS, ONIONS, and SARDINES are not in the list, and for these, as well as other table delicacies, and all kinds groceries and provis ions, they go to E. H. TANNER. Cheapest Place in Town, Seasonable Fruits and Vegetables ALWAYS ON HAND. Attractive Meat should not only bo agreeable to the taste and smell, but it should also be cut so as to be attractive to the eye. My steak is most carefully selected by me, and is tender and juicy, and as good to look at as an Easter hat. l-HICKS ABE AI.SO ATTRACTIVE. JAMES BARRETT, HERON STREET, ABERDEEN, - - • WASH. City Expiess, H. E. VARING, Propr. Express, Draying and Hauling Done Promptly and at REASONABLE - RATES. NEW Millin '"'y Latest styles and low est prices. Handsome line of flowers and rib bons. NEW GOODS Constantly arriving. MRS. A. E. BARRONE ABERDEEN, WASH. WASHINGTON TRANSFER CO. L. E. PAINE, Propr. ALL KINDS OP Hauling and Graying Done...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 31 October 1895

ANI AT. Chorus—lf those are its cures jq don't want that medicine. LEGISLATION AND PRICES. Lmwi of Trade Mora Powerful Than the Law* of Nation*. The lowa Democrats on Aug. 7 de clared against free coinage of silver at 16 to 1 by an overwhelming majority. The following is a short quotation from the speech of Hon. Nathaniel French, chairman of the convention: "At what ratio shall we coin the metals so that a dollar of one will equal a dollar of the other in intrinsic and exchangeable value? When we want to know how much things are worth, we go to the markets and find out. We don't hunt up a congressman to ask the value of eggs or spring chickens or grain or anything else, or if congress has de clared what their value shall be. We know that the mere declaration of con gress, or even a constitutional amend ment, could not fix the price of a single egg. In like manner, if we want to know how many ounces of silver an ounce of gold is worth, we must go to the bul lion markets instead of th...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 November 1895

VOL. X. OFFICIAL REGISTER AIIKRDKKN (ITY OOVEKSMEST. Mayor Fair.es A. Hood Treasurer W. 15. Mack Clerk A. W. Rush Attorney W. O. McKinlay Health bfllcer. C. R. liell Marshal John Steen Police Justice 5..). White Council —H. J. Garman, J. S. Gunn, N. G. Kaufman, L. J. Kolts, E. 11. Tan ner, C. S. Weatherwax, Alex. Young. U. S. Deputy Collector of Customs for the port of Grays Harbor. Peter Autzen, Aberdeen. CIIEHAMS COUNTY OFFICIALS. Auditor C. E. Kackett Clerk J. E. Lyons Treasurer J.G. Lewis Sheriff J. A. Grafiani Attorney J. B. Bridges Assessor Seth Warren Coroner C. A. Beardsley Supt. of Schools J. A. Hutcheson Surveyor O. P. Burrows Commissioners—Win. Anstie, J.O. Coy, J. D. Kirkaldie. SOCIETIES. a 4 F. A A. M.— Aberdeen Lodge, _» -!*■• No. 52. Regular eommmiica tions oil the Second and Fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p. ni. ' Y > Visiting brothers cordially invited. By order of E. E. Eaton, W. M. L. J. Kolts, Sec. Aberdeen lodge no. si, a. o. u. w. Meats in A. O. U. W. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 November 1895

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, November 7, 1895. ISSI'ED EVERY THCRSDAY BY JAMES P. GIRTON. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year $2.00 Six months. 1.00 Three mouths .50 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoffice at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notiees of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from ail parts of the county. Short communications on topic* of public interest, when accompanied by the name of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferrably but not necessarily for publication. Official Paper cf the City of Aberdeen. THE ELECTIONS. The state elections which were held cn Tuesday, and which have been looked forward to as giving an indication as to the result of the presidential election next year, show that that contest will be a struggle for supremacy between two well matched bodies. While the Republicar s are apparently jubilant, having carried the doubtful states and seem to have also captured Delaware, their victory, i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 November 1895

The New 9 Woman May dispence with some of tho things formerly dear to the feminine heart, but BEANS, ONIONS, and SARDINES are not in the list, and for these, as well as other table delicacies, and all kinds groceries and provis ions, they go to E. H. TANNER. Cheapest Place in Town, Seasonable Fruits and Vegetables ALWAYS ON HAND. Attractive Meat should not only be agreeable to the taste and smell, but it should also he cut ho as to Iks attractive to the eye. My steak is most carefully selected by me, and is tender and juicy, and as good to look at as an Easter hat. ntICKS AllK AI.SO ATTRACTIVE. JAMES BARRETT, IIBROX STREET, ABERDEEN, - - • WASH. City Expi ess, H. E. VAUING, Fropr. Express, Draying and Hauling Done Promptly and at REASONABLE - RATES. YEW Millinory Latest styles and low est prices. Handsome line of flowers and rib bons. JEW GOODS Constantly arriving. MRS. A. E. BARRONE ABERDEEN, WASH. WASHINGTON TRANSFER CO. L. E. PAINE, Pkoi-K. ALL KINDS OF laaling and Draying Done o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 November 1895

A CHEERFUL GIVER. NOVELIST HOWELLS DESCRI9ES HIS TRIBULATIONS. A Maimed Btßir, a Solitary Half Dollar and the CoitHt Between Two C«o --•cieaeaa r Mettled—A CaoallrCalm Mind, bat a Compromise Was Arranged. Mr. W. D. Howells has written for The Century two papers entitled '•Trib ulations of a Cheerful Giltr," giving his experiences with the begging frater nity. The following is taken from the first paper: Some months ago, as I was passing through a down town street on my way to the elevated station, I saw a man sitting on the steps of a house. He teemed to be resting his elbows oil his knees and holding out both his hands. As I came nearer I perceived that he had no hands, but only stumps, where the fingers had been cat off close to the palms, and that it was these stumps he was holding out in the mute appeal which was his form of begging. Other wise he did not ask charity. When I ap proached him he did not look up, and when I stopped in front of him he did not speak. I thought this r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 November 1895

VOL. X. OFFICIAL REGISTER AIIKUDICKN CITY GOVERNMENT. Mayor Jau.es A. Hood Treasurer W. 15- Mack Clerk A. W. Hush Attorney W. O. McKinlay Health Officer O. 11. Bell Marshal .John Steen Police Justice S. .1. White Cou'icil —15. J. Garman, J. S. Gunn, N. G. Kaufman, L. J. Kolts, E. 11. Tan ner, 0. S. Weatiierwax, Alex. Young. IJ. S. Deputy Collector of Customs for the port ol Grays Harbor, Peter Autzen, Aberdeen. CHEII.U.IB COUNTY OFFICIALS. Auditor C. E. Sackett Clerk J. E. Lyons Treasurer... J. G. Lewis Sheriff I. A. Graham Attorney J. B. Bridges Assessor Seth VVarron Coroner C. A. Beardsley Supt. of Schools J. A. Hutcheson Surveyor O. I*. Burrows Commissioners—Wm. Anstie, J.O. Coy, J. D. Kirkaldie. SOCIETIES. A A *"• & A. M.— Aberdeen Lodge, _At No. 52. Regular eoiiimunica tions oil the Second and Fourth /▼/\ Tuesday of each mouth at 7:30 p. 111. ' T \ Visiting brothers cordially luvited. By order of E. E. Eaton, W. M. L. J. Kolts, Sec. Aberdeen lodge no. si, a. o. v. w. Meets ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 November 1895

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. November It. 1895 IseCED EVERT THCRSDAY EY JAMES F. GIRTON*. TEKMS OF SCBSCBIPTIOS: One year 12.0 C Six mouths. ... . jao Three mouths ,'SO Advertisiue rates ou application. Entered at the postofice at Aberdeen. Wash , as second class mail matter. Notiees of births. marriages or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from ail pirts of the cotmty. short communications on topic* of public interest, when accompanied bv the name of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferably but not necessarily for publication. Official Paper cf the City of Aberdeen AGAIN CHLOPECKS COMPLAINT. The usually fair Seattle Trade Register etill persists in making incorrect asser tions regarding the fishing industry at Aberdeen, and particularly in regard to the connection of the N. P. Express Co. therewith, taking their cue from misstate ments of Chlopeck Bros., and without making any effort toascertain their truth. The misstatements of Chlopeck, backed by the comments of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 November 1895

le iw • oman May dispence with some of tlie tilings formerly dear to the feminine heart, but ANS, lONS, and RDINES are not in the list, and for these, as well as other tabic delicacies, and all kinds groceries and provis ions, they go to H. TANNER. leapest Place in Town. lonable Fruits and Vegetables ALWAYS ON HAND. j tractive Meat should >nly be agreeable to tl>o taste and 1, but it fchould also be cut bo as to ttractive to the eye. My steak is ; carefully selected by ine, and is er and juicy, and as good to look at i Kaster hat. ICES AISK AI.SU ATT It ACTIVE. TAMES BARRETT, HURON STREET, JRDEEN, - - • WASH. ity Express, 11. E. VARING, Propr. ixpress, I) raying' AND Hauling ne Promptly and at lASONABLE - RATES. :w illinery Latest styles and low est prices. Handsome line of flowers and rib bons. 3W GOODS Constantly arriving. iS. A. E. BARRONE ABERDEEN, WASH. 4SHINGTON TRANSFER CO. L. E. PAINE, Pitoi-R. ALL KINDS OF idling and Draying Done on short notice. ye orders at Maley's ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 November 1895

A CHEERFUL GIVER. NOVELIST HOWELLS DESCRIBES HI3 TRIBULATIONS. A Maimed Beggar, a Solitary Half Dollar •ad the Contest Between Two Con science* Unsettled—A Usually Calm Mind, bat a Compromise Wai Arranged. Mr. W. D. Howells has written for The Century two papers entitled "Trib ulations of a Cheerful Givisr,'' giving his experiences with the be«ring frater nity. The following is taken from the first paper: Some months ago. as I was passing through a down town street on my way to the elevated station, I saw a man sitting on the steps of a house. He seemed to be resting his elbows on his knees and holding out both his As I came nearer I perceived that he had no hands, but only stamps, where the fingers had been cut off close to the palms, and that it was these stumps he was holding out in the mute appeal which was his form of begging. Other wise he did not ask charity. When I ap proached him he did not look up. and when I stopped in front oi him he did not speak. I thought this rather ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 November 1895

VOL. X. OFFICIAL REGISTER AnEMDHEN CITY OOVKHNMENT. Mayor ran.es A. Hood Treasurer W. li. Mack Clerk A. W. Hush Attorney W. O. McKinlay Health Offleer C. 11. Hell Marshal John Steen l'olico Justice 8. J. White Council —15. J. Garman, J. S. (iunn, N. G. Kaufman, L. J. Kolts, K. 11. Tan ner, O. S. Weatherwax, Alex. Young. U. S. Deputy Collector of Customs for the port of (trays Harbor, I'oter Autzen, Aberdeen. CIIEIIAMS COI'NTY OFFICIALS. Auditor C. E. Sackett Clerk J. E. Lyons Treasurer J. U. Lewis Sheriff J. A. Graham Attorney J. 15. Bridges Assessor Setli Wanen Coroner C. A. Beardsley Supt. of Schools J. A. Ilutcheson Surveyor O. I*. Burrows Commissioners —Win. Anstie, J.O. Coy, J. 1). Kirkaldie. SOCIETIES. A A P. & A. M.—Aberdeen Lodge, _« * No. 52. Regular eommuiiica tions ou the Second uud Fourth /t/\ Tuesday of each mouth at 7:30 p. m. ' i N Visiting brothers cordially invited. By order of 12. E. Eaton, W. M. 1.. J. Kolts, Sec. Aberdeen lodge no. si, a. o. u. w. Meets 111 A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 November 1895

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, November 21, 1895. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY JAMES F. GIRTOX. TEKMS or SUBSCRIPTION : One year ... li.OO Six months . 1.00 Three months .50 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoffice at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Xotiees of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from all parts of the county. Short communications on topics oi public interest, when accompanied by the name of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferrably but not necessarily for publication. Official Paper cf the City of Aberdeen. THE CITY ELECTION. The approaching city election is excit ing some interest, although according to the Recorder, the mouthpiece of the Hood-Johnson-Finch triumvirate, they have practically got it fixed up, and all that is necessary is for the people to step up and ratify their selection. In the issue of that paper which appeared Mon day of this week, it names X. G. Kauf man for councilman-ai-lar 6 e, J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 November 1895

BRAND lIDAY * [presentation ■ TO BE ftvEN | AWAY! par's Eve. ■zc — A Lady's Mackintosh, ■ valued at $12 50 Bize—A Gentleman's Suit of I Clothes, valued at 15 00 ■ze —A Boy's Suit of Clothes I valued at 7 50 ■ze —A pair of Ladies French I Kid Shoes, valued at.. 575 Id each purchaser of $2.00 or Bfeue will present a Ticket ■1 entitle th»» liolfler to ■hance on any of the above ■es; to be drawn for on New ■s Eve. IS. Kail. tan May dispones with some of the things formerly dear to the feminine heart, but rs, M 3, and INES not in the list, and for these, well as other table delicacies, 1 all kinds groceries and provis i, they go to I. TANNER. post Place in Town, hie Fruits and Vegetables LWAYS ON HAND. I active Meat should y be agreeable to the taste and but it should also be cut so as to active to the eye. My steak is arefully selected by me, aud is and juicy, and as good to look at '<aster hat. 'KB AUK AI.SI) ATTRACTIVE. IMES BARRETT, IIERON STREET, DEEN, - - • WASH. Notice. ce is h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 November 1895

NO SEED TO STUTTER. THERE IS A SWIFT AND EASY CURE, WITH LASTING RESULTS. A Leading Specialist Say* the Sufferer Can Cure Himself—The Way Is to Take a Lone Breath Before Each Towel, Open the Mouth Wide and Speak. Stammering and stuttering are now permanently cured in New York by a limple method. These afflictions differ but slightly. In one case there is inabil ity to pronounce certain words; in the other, certain sounds. Neither, accord ing to a New York professor, who is a pradnate of a German college for the vocal organs, is a disease, but both are habits that will disappear under proper treatment. The inability to talk plainly or to ar ticulate except with great effort, when due to organic trouble or malformation, does not come under the head of stam mering and is not within the scope of the stuttering specialist. "The whole thing is very simple," said the professor, "so simple that you will smile when I tell you that the sole and only cause of stuttering and stam mering is care...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 November 1895

>L. X. OFFICIAL REGISTER ATIKKDIiHN CITY GOVKIiNMKNT. ■or Janr.es A. Ilood isurer W. 15. Mack k A. W. Hush irney \V. O. McKinlay Ith Ollicer C. R. Bell shal John Steen co Justice Julius Andrews Diricil —I?. J. Garman, J. S. Gunn, i. Kaufman, L. J. Kolts, E. 11. Tun- C. S. Weatlierwax, Alex. Young. 5. Deputy Collector of Customs for port of Grays Harbor, Peter Autzen, rdeeti. CIIKIIAI.IS COUNTY OFKICIAI.S. itor C. E. Sackett k J. E. Lyons isurer J. G. Lewis riff J. A. Graham >mey J. B. Bridges essor Setli Wanen oner C. A. Beardsley t. of Schools J. A. Ilutcheson veyor O. P. Burrows imissioners—Win. Anstie, J.O. Coy, . D. Kirkaldie. SOCIETIES. H* 4 F. & A. M.— Aberdeen Lodge, No. 52. Regular communica ■Oy tions on the Second Riid Fourth ■r/V Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p. in. ■ T N Visiting brothers cordially invited. ■ lly order of E. E. Eaton, W. M. H J. Kolts, Sue. iERDEEN LODGE NO. 31, A. O. U. W. Meets in A. O. U. W. Hall Friday evening acli week, at 7:30 o'clock. Soj...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 November 1895

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. November 28. 18^5. tSsUED EVERY THURSDAY SY JAMES F. GXRTOX. tsi»< or sr*sc»imos One year 92.00 Six months. 1.00 Three months .50 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postofflce at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Xotiees of t:rtb«. marr.ases or deaths printed free. Correspondence des:re i from all parts of the comty. Short communications on topics of public interest, wien accompanied by ;he name of the writer, will be inserted, trie name preferrabiy but not necessarily for publication. o£c;al Paper cf the City cf Aberdeen. THE STUCK PIG SQUEALS." Mayor Hood appear? to be somewhat oat of sorts at the Herald for giving away his aspirations for "something with a salary attached to it," and comes oat in last week's Recorder with a half column communication which closes with a virtual admission of the correct cess of the Herald's assertion. In his communication he points with pride to his record of three years on the council and one...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 November 1895

! ' - / - - ■ -• —■ ' GRAND BOLIDAY * PRESENTATION TO BE GIVEN AWAY! ON New Year's Etc. Ist Prize — A Lady's Mackintosh, valued at $12 50 2nd Prize —A Gentleman's Suit of Clothes, valued at 15 00 3rd Prize—A Boy's Suit of Clothes valued at 7 50 4th Prize—A pair of Ladies French Kid Shoes, valued at.. 575 To each purchaser of $2 .oo or more we will present a Ticket which will entitle the holder to one chance on any of the above articles; to be drawn for on New Year's Eve. N. G. Kail The New • Woman May dispenco with some of the things formerly dear to the feminine heart, but BEANS, ONIONS, and SARDINES are not in the list, and for these, as well as other table delicacies, and.all kinds groceries and provis ions, they go to E. H. TANNER. Cheapest Place in Town, Seasonable Fruits and Vegetables ALWAYS ON HAND. Attractive Meat should not only be agreeable to the taste and smell, but it should also be cut so as to bo attractive to the eye. My steak is most carefully selected by me, and i...

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