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Vol 2, No. 39.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA. SATURDAY.  MAIXH, £6.. I9C4.
S2..00 per Year.
Stock
Dry Goods
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Our New Spring Stock of Dry
Goods have arrived consisting of Im-
ported and Domestic Prints, Ginghams,
Chambrays, Delains, Flannelettes, Ladies Waists and Ladies White Wear
Goods.
These goods are of the latest designs
and newest patterns and will be sold at
attractively low cash prices.
Boots and Shoes
To arrive, a large and complete line
of Ladies, Gentlemens, Misses, Boys
and Childrens shoes.
Don't buy your spring goods
until you compare our
goods and prices.
J. MCNICOL
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SPRING MEDICINE
It is an old custom among many people
to take; spring medicine.
We have the old medicines as well as
the new and would be pleased to supply you with either. We particularly
recommend our Sarsaparilla.
Thomas Drug Co.    Midway
THE BRUCE. >^JS-^ iti*
|    Vietorta, March 19.   Talk-of
  ,«■ special slimmer wHSum-df the
legislature to deal with railway
matters is revived and in Quart-
ers where reliable information
Work   Has    Been   Com=
menced on a
may generally he gleaned   it is
,IIr...,.,, asserted   that   such   u   session
MIDWAY    MINE wi»bo 1,eId;,»(| «.»«t it win i;.e
.called for a comparatively early
Frederick ICeffer and J. E. McAllister Hfv-3 a Pond jn
The Property.
Work was commenced on
Monday on the Br^ee miueral
claim, which is sitiiate but a
short distance from and within
sight of Midw, y. Mr. Hogue has
charge of the work.
The property was hooded a
short time ago hy Frederick
Keffer, superintendent of the
3. C. Copper Conquiuy, and J.
E. McAllister,smelter manage!
for the same concern. It is
thought that these gentlemen
are acting for the B. C. Copper Conipany, and it is hoped
that they have the hacking of
that corporation in their undertaking.
The Bruce is owned liy J. C.
Haas, (Sydney M. Johnson and
associates and is considered a
fine property. It lias immense
surface showings, rock from
which assays highly.
The first work will consist of
stripping the ledge and detenu
ing the extent of the ore body.
Heretofore most of tho work
done on the claim was a tunnel, hut without success, as.the
ledge was not reached.
Work will be watched with
much interest by the people of
Midway as all are confident
that the Bruce is tlie makings
of a good miiio and hope to
prove that their opinions are
not groundless.
Smeltermeen  Meet.
Copper Smelting: Discussed by
the   Different Mansgers at
Spokane Last Week.
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HUM i^lililliliii'iiiliiiM
Copper smelting men from
all over the northwest held a
conference in Spokane last, week
over the copper situation and
over copper smelting rates. E.
J. Wilson, manager of the
Northport smelter, owned by
the Le Roi company of Rossland was down to represent his
plant. A, It. W. Hodges, superintendent of the Granby plant
looked after his corporation's
interests. Hermann C. Bellinger, superintendent and heavy
owner of the Crofton smelter
on Vancouver island was also
tliere. All reported an unusually successful period of smelting.
The Northport smelter is working six fnrnaces and treating
its full capacity. With fuel
coming in unlimited quantities
from the great Crow's Nest
Pass fields; with lahor troubles
settled, and with the Le Roi
mine furnishing all the ore that
the smelter requires, things are
rosy with Mr. Wilson. It is an-
ouneed from London that the
company is considering (he installation of a converter plant;
at its Northport smelter. That
would reduce the cost of freight
on  its product, which  is   now
date. One of tlie principal
schemes to he clott.lt; with will
he the offer made by .Jam,< s
Dunsmuir to unload the E. it N,
railway upon tlio province. It
will bo renienihei'ed that Dunsmuir offered to sell out for '£.'!,
000,000 some time ago. It \s
now considered within the possibilities that a deal may; ,l,e
iiiiade. The intention of course,
I would be td secure the mad tis
;i link in the transcontinental
line of the Grand Trim'.. Pacific,
the building of which is now
assured.
—       -fr       —
Are   Increasing Forces.
Forces at some of tlie high
grade Boundary mines are being increased somewhat* .1 ho
Elkhorn has added a Tow me i
and the Providence also, ma Jn,,'
nearly 01) men employed ai:
these two properties. Bo,!i
are shipping oro at the rate of
a car or two  every month.
m- -—
Will Increase Ore Shipments.
Next month new work is to
he undertake.i at the; Oro Denoro- Summit', rump, . whicli
will result iu the shipinerit's'i.e-
ing increased to 200 or 2.r>() tons
daily. At present about 1'50
tons per day are lieing fdiifiped-
the output going entirely to (ho
Granby smelter.
New Mining Conipany. ,,
Recently the Spokane-Boundary Mining Co. was organized
in Spokane, with a capital of
$100,000, and the new corporation is expected to take over
the Last Chance group of high
grade claims about two miles
below Phoenix. The Last
Chance was worked about four
years ago, and some good ore
shipped. The property is well
known in this section, having
been a shipper in the earliest
days ol' this section, when Ore
had to be parked to Marcus,
Washington.
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Mining Notes.
It is reported that an important find of ore was made in the
Emma mine, Summit camp, adjoining the Oro Denoro, It was
discovered ill the new tunnel,
recently started below the original open quarries,and the ore
is said to be some of the best
that has been found oil that
property.
The first of the lot of 21 ten-
ton ore cars, ordered some time
since for use in the Granby
properties, arrived last week
and have been put in use. They
are made of steel', and are of
the most improved pattern,
fitted with the latest devices.
They will be used in the No. 1
and No. 2 tunnels, where the
small locomotives aro utilized
also.
Horses are now used at the
300-foot level of the Old Ironsides mine for hauling ore cars,
When the No. 1 tunnel is con-
taken in the form of a 45 or 50 nocted with that level, in the
percent copper matte to the I course of two or three months
east for conversion and refill- the horses can be taken out
ing. that way. THE   DISPATCH
G.-JC. 0R0U8R     Witor and Proprietor I
Hubli-h.'.! weekly at Midway, B. C.
SobMrtpUon pri«. f2.W p<*r annum, payable
is adnuij.'. either reirl) or half yearly at, tha ,
opt:?* of the <nl»«criber.
Advertising rates -ent on application.
SATURDAY,   MAROHJB, 18W.
Apparently,   the  Czar  has.
never      heard     of     David
Harum's version of the golden i
rule:'• Do to others as  they'd j
do to vou, but do it  lust."
Medical experts are reported
to have discovered that appendicitis is caused by a germ
.Now we may expect to hear
at any time that the broken
lei* is due to microbes.
There are two reports from
Constantinople. One is that
the Sultan is paying his debts,
and the other is that he is losing his mind. If the first report i.s true, the other will be
accepted without question.
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ft MEYERH0FF8
•STAGE*
•f-
Carrying His Majesty's flails
Will leave MIDWAY- on Tuesdays, Thursdays anil Saturdays, at S30 a. tn., arriving at
CAMP McKINNEY at 5$. in.
Returning will leave CAMP McKINNEY on
Sundays; Wednesdays and Fridays at 0 a. m.,
reaching MIDWAY at j.Qj p. m.,and makingcon-
nection with the train going east at 2:05 o'clock.
Th« best of accommodation for
the convenience  of  the
travelling public.
R. MEYERHOFF, PROPRIETOR.
Paid-up Capital-
Reserve Fund
AggregafcetlMsouraes (*fJ Nov. 1903)over
. Sltr-i. mb, -
Admired Alexieff has be now- j
ed nearl\ a barrelful of Crosses
of St. George upon Russians!
who participated in the battle
of Port Arthur. It wiil lakt
a whole train load ol crosses to J
go around if the Russian-* ever j
succeed in gaining a good big
victory.
YOU
A Library of Canadian Information so
complete and > comprehensive th.it
no matter what you want,
if it relates to Canada you wiil
find    it. - A Work that   answers
N.0.W
instantly ana fully   ■■■
rv  possible    Canadian
question.
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THE
The Mining World of Chicago has this to ^ay about the
taxation of mines. The system
of taxation of mines and output as in vogue in British
Colombia is hardly just or
equitable to the miner or company. Assessments should be
made on the net output after
deducting freight and treatment
charges. Inducement should
be made to get capital £0 invest in mining. Tax the profit and not enterprise. Where
such laws are in force in our
western states the results are
most satisfactory!
ENCYCLOPAEDIA *>f CANADA?
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Two HiNDRrn eminent Guuvlian AnttA mm engaged In   :•-  pre*  -     ■
RrillEanf. -"!UUe. r'x^ \'i-ti-e ^pocjal irt;.jl'j<rv! event  wi\:je   .:   '■■    dian
tory. resi-un-r's*u.| hxAtpMedlXiTtieaaartSthsi eon -.•■':. Set
• •jj' ri.-riDpienieateilbr^o'.ci.v'laSorajjiy t^lejiCTi. Six ItaE-U. Qujlavb-Vui.
curie' (max -eparate.   Write for more (a..*rL 1 "      ^      '
FOR THE ASKING *" Wffl'wjgfyon FRRE a B*,k ronhuninn
Map-. P<>rtmit8—all about tht ENCYCLOPAEDIA and hs ;iprh*»t^.
Anil tfll ymi how yu|i c-ip gft a *r**t (nr a id- rn trifle. M-iil tk- tUi-
coiip.n.    It will bar wtir'ci jrrmr white.   DO   IT .VOW.     BEFORE
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A   paragraph   appeared   in
Thursday's Daily Mail,  which
for general  ign >rance and  illiteracy  it  would  be hard ro;
beat, says the B. C. Review of
London.    Eng.     Under   the
heading of "English Game for
Columbia," by which the writer
refers to the western   province
of Canada, we are told that the
province has become  "practically denuded of game   of all
kinds." and thi** absolutely   inaccurate statement is apparent-,
ly   based on  the tae:  that a
tew sportsmen in Victoria commissioned a Liverpool firm  to '
collect a few hundred partridges
which they hoped to acclimatize.    This scribe i^oes  on   to
tell us  that   'At one  tim:  it
was easy to stalk  five nr  six
good bucks with fine heads in
one day in the neighborhood
of ICanagan and Veseux Lakes
(sic), while puma, grizzly,   cinnamon be^r.  moose, caribou.I
and   wapiti abounped  .n  the
country.      B.    there
' scared) anythin  1    shoot in
gold Dmr
wi!! taxe tmrj MfAot -J dust
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...    . **"*a  mil  Iran   ::.:  Goon  ind
wcodwork-ma^.. *.*,.--  a; dttO is a  ,.-.„.•.,..
Noumg to ^-..-.c ::r waahmg 'Jothtt snd d
1M-69 oniy by TKE li '•" Fnl??..'-'.-  "
Gzoae.    Bmtm,    Sever,    in.-.-.na.     mmuu.
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LONDON OFFICE 60 LOMBARD STREET. E
XEW YORK AGENCY WM. GRAY        |
H. B. WALKER
16 EXCHANGE PLACE
Agent
In a 1 lit ion the Bank has 107 brunches and Agencies in Caoad x
and the United States, including the following in British Colombia and the Yukon Territory:
ATLIN,    GREENWOOD,    NELSON,    VANCOUVER 2 officer
CRANBROOK,        KAMLOOPS. NEW WESTMLXSTER
DAWSON,       NANAIMO, LADYSMITH. VICTORIA
FERNIE. WHITE HORSE.
BRAISCHES i> the united STATES
n«-» York, San Fmciaco. Portland, Seattle, 5k*g»->.
Deposits received, exchange bought  and - >Id and   every
seription of linking business transacted.
Greenwood Broi   h
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; a DayiigKtPidejKrougKN^res^tGaiie^'GoodAeeoiiiiiiodatioo fop lie Traveling Mb
Passing castle date. Canvon of n.. o,._.*   t „_._ " """B     k Ulimi*
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EguixENT and Service Secoho to None~
;SEEK   NO    FURTHER.   FOR    BETTEP    CANT    BE
John McLaren, of Carson.
M. Blackborough, represent
ing the American Type Found
ers Company, of Vancouver,
paid this office a visit this week
C.   M.   Henderson   V.   S..  of
Oreenwood. was in Midway on
Tuesday   inspecting   the cattle
around the town to see that no
disease *xi>ted among them.
J. A. Tuzo returned on Friday up the West Fork of Kettle river where he is developing
several mineral properties,
which give fair promise of becoming mines.
Frederick Keffer. M. E-, general manager of the B C. Topper, Co, was in Midway on Mon
day making arrangements   for|R.ENDELL Block, GREEKWOOft
the commencement of work on
the Bruce claim, on   whieh  he
and Mr. McAllister have a bond. I WAN'' •»
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§  LOCAL AND DISTRICT.   |
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C. J. Leggatt made a business ■
trip   to   Greenwood   one   day
thia week,
Mrs. Frank Royer, of Greenwood, was  visiting   in Midway |
on Tuesday.
Mrs. Jas McNicol returned on '     p
Monday from vuitingher father. i'"t MUbF   DELIGHTFUL   WAY TO CROSS THE CONTINENT
Throu,!, Salt Lake City, Qle«„wood Spring, Leadville, Pueblo,
Colocad* Springs and Denver
m
aSi^__lr3t&z$tii
Riverside Hotel
hock Creek. B. C.
S. T LAISEH. Prop.
Stopping  pW for Hinges tu
and from all Boundary
(.'reek points.
Passing Castle Q.te, Canyon of The (irand. Tennessee Pa*s
Marshall Pass and the Rtnal Gorge
3
FOUND
Far Detaliet Irian-** loa. AddrtM
W.C. McBRIDE,   General   Agent
114 Tkir-I Stmt
PORTLAND.   OREGON
DR.   SIMMONS,
DENTIST,
Phone 96. V. * N.
A Business Proposition.
If you are going east a careful  selection  of your route is
essential to the enjoyment of
your trip. If ir is a buisness
trip time is the main   consider-
,,   XT... . #11. BracUt. Ruvhumtititk in Uia tad  atlnii: it" a pleasure rrit
D. Wilson, inspector of public , ,djoini,* territories, to reprint and .,river-   onJ tl " '
Tourist
Cars East
Many
•. -,.y-..r
experienced   travelers
tourist   sleeping   can-
:'•-'       transcontinental
i. scenery
1 Chiear*- 111.
MINERAL ACT.
llUg    ui   .-\.   A. ) Addres* Tlie lio.au.aux.   sil Monon  Bnildini*
McPhail
Conductor D. McKay is again
in charge of one of the passenger   trains  en the   C. &, W.,
between here and   Nelson.   Mr. Certificate  of   Improvements.
McKav is one of the oldest con
ductors in the  employ   of   the
(.'. P. R. and has had <*harj»'e  of
trains on    many of
pony's lines in the west. dance camp,
-T-AKK VOTU'K rh.it I. John   P.   Xele*
The melting Ot  SHOW   (Ml   the,   I rtttmiaer*CettimceteS*.nmi».a*ase
niy fnun Sr. Paul audi
Minneapolis, and from, Omaha,
to Chicago Free Reclining
Chair Cars, the famous Buffet-
Library-Smoking Car-. all
train*, vestibuled. Ii
thoroughly   modi'
•ni'irt
rn  thorou^n-
kOXXAAl MlNKXaL CT..UM.
. Sltuato In the Greenwood Mineral Diviiion of
the   Com-        Yale Witriet.    Where located
out.   All rickets reading via the
Illinois Central will he honored
h-o-rt-joj- the**e train*;   and no extr;
fare charged,
Our rates   are   tlu
Chicago,  Milwaukee & St.
Paul Railway
"r--noe   tor y<
tourist cars.
can
f;a*t
choice ol   routes
vou mone..
ur
■tier
iin.:
trip
save
H. 5. ROW E.
General Agent.
134 Third Street,  Portland
hillsides which caused a rush of 'or tw.-Henmerie*. tftwt Miner- Ottm- tf,os„  0f jnfe.ri„.. ,.,...
cute No. -will and Hntfti llrlt.ee K.-w: Miner*
Certificate Six aSSSIt Intend, sixty days Irom   not  kfet Vour  money's"
-anu
ul
water down    the    ravines    has
done  considerable  damage   u>"*"i*">';"'t-:"W'r"y'tM*mi'*H*Mr''
. -im     'tT ,or a i'ertUrate at Improrenimi..  fnr tht
different mountain roads.   Thejrjrj-pocof obtaining » crown ur»ur of tke|
hai   actloa, an-ie- '
section 37. musl bo commence.!   before the is-!
muaoee ot *ii'hC.-tifr_,te nt hasrareneatu,    ■
Dated thi. 3rd Axy ot Mar. A. 19M.
J. P  McLEOD.
Write    for    full  partk-uh
road leading up the hill to thei*bn"'-uin'
. __     _,    . I    *Oi lankier lake notice
rauches north of the town is so
badly washed out that it is al-
in «' impossible to travel over
1  Spokane Falls &Nopthern
Railway Co.
Nelson k Ft, Sheppapd
Railway Co.
TICKETS
-TO AM) PROM ALL-
Points
East
The funeral was held at Phoo-
nix Tuesday of Herman Leuke,
it miner, who succumbed to a
complication of bronehit-s and
pneumonia Sunday at the Phoenix hospital, after an illness of
but a few da vs.   Leuke was  a
(minister of    this   place.   Miss:
Carrie Munroe. of Midway, fil-'
'led    the important    office    of
bridesmaid and   W.  Wilson, of
: Greenwood, attended the groom. J
Only  the   immediate   relatives
of the contracting parties were:
present.     Tlie    hride    looked
B. H.TRr.MBri.r..
Commereial Agent
Portland, Oregon Red Mountain Railway Co.,
J. C.'T.tNOsKY,
T.F. & P   V.
Portland,Ore.
Paul B. Thompson*,
F. & P. A..
Was
VIA
Washington & 6.1 By.,
Yan.,Y:eftE. Ey Co.
Seal
:ton.
rail
nn.t
nd F
J. S.   HARRISON.
man of about 40 years of wt,,- ,        , . ,      ,,.,,,. u.
.    ,        , .    ,,J .7* .'rharnmiK dressed in a gown nf NOTARY PUBLIC,
single,and had been a resident;   ' "       ,. .
tmi   c- j d       i        white   organdie   and   wearing
of the Kootenavs and Boundary.       ,   .. ,6      .,       ..
t u   ;   ,, ,   *   a     hndal    veil    with    ortmge
tor years.   He had been emplov-
0. rt
ind •
N wl
\ N
imth :
route bwween
south to Rnss-
rks ind Bepnh-
.•   ■•:■• k in"   with   the
N  : Ihem P .citic  jind
[or p»inta e«si,   wvtt
■— ta x'   Rossland nnd
('inidiin P xx ifir-  Kv.
Great
Northern
Railway
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REAL ESTATE,
ed in Sandon this   winter,   and
blossoms.      After     the     cer*
»i   .»i.i    ev i i tm .1 einonv the guests, numbering
on the 20th of February left the * * .
ei .   e .C    i about twenty, sat   down   to a
slocan on account of the danger • . ,    ■
-_„    j        ,.. , gtnnptuous dinner, after  whn-n
from Snowslides and  came to        ,K ,        ,  ..    .    .
the happy couple took the tram
for Victoria,  where   they   will
APPLICATIONS HADE
TIFICATtb OF IMP!-"
AND CROWN GRAN!
EMPTIONS \NDM1NER
Phoenix, where he secured employment in the Granby  mines.
later  he   died.|^"d '^ honeymoon
ml-  ■ i ,   .,       ,     .,        The bride is one
The tuneral was held, under the: , ,  ,.        .    ,
| popular    young   ladies ot   thi
is a real western
of  Britis
MIDWAV.
C     1 P     (J L* p .
l\ EMENTS
iL ^'LM^t^
B. C.
Conoectx it XeUon witli the K. R. * >. j
Co. for KjilIo ;\ A Slogan (>olnt-.
t'eoaeetf  at   I url, w   with   «.ij;e
GmiiMd aad Mhiwat H. ('.
Iluffrt   c.ir*   run   <*n   traini   l*etwe-r*n
Spokaoeaad R^puhllc.
EFFtJTIVE  JL'NE 14, 1903:
SHORT LINE
TO
for Spokanf, Seattle iwiflast Pofflts,
St, Paul, Niooeapoiis,  C^ie^t
Just a month
The funeral wa*
auspices of the Phoenix Miners,
v    a    f     l* l   j j I district, ane
union. No 8 of which deceased1
of   the most   ^
cLEOD ft BROW.V,
Arrive
i i :
ii Ij p.m
F.TC.
was a member, at the Catholic
church, Rev. Father Bedard officiating. Leuke was a native of
Germany, where he has a sister
>t cousin living, and is largely
interested in a number of mineral claims near Sanca on Koot-
»ay lake. The interment was
•■•--I'l iu the Phoenix cemetery.
BvRKi-rrEKS. SOLICITORS
Gk^'Evwoid. B. C.
Chas. A. Webster,
girl, being a native of  Britisn
Columbia.   She will be greatly
missed in church circles here, as,
in all matters pertaining to the
church .heJk an active part, PROMOTER    INVENTOR.  DESIGNER..
Spokane.Wash.. U S.A.   Midway. B C.
■ SON,
-. ■ get if
..   e VfaAi
AND POISTS KAST
2Var>avlajWB Dally f*l
<*aaa*t   Vkaaxm   2.
New  Eqjipm«m Throughout, Day Co»ch«j.
P»lac« .inl Tou.-ljt Sleep«rj. Oliur.g int
Buffet Smoking Library C
K'ir Ticket! Rates, Kolder* u.d Full
lafonoatioa, ..-allon or adxlr .s
^ny Agcat of the Great   >orthera   Rillway
K HR^NTiT
eXASX.
Z. P. k T. Agirr.
Wash.
WANTED
S.G. YKRKKS.G. KV. T. A.
Vfasn.
man. ]
wene of
Weeks-Castleman
residence of  A. Caatle-
iouudary Falls,  was  the
and was a    value.! member of
the choir.
The groom is also well and
favorably known here. He is
a brothea of Mrs. N. J. Latnont
ot Greenwood and Mrs. ■'■ -
Bannerman, of Boundary Falls.
For some time he has been a
resident of Dawson City, Alas-
the time  of
■( AN ADA 9
lii   sown 'if
quiet wedding  on, ka, going there at
Thuwday morning last,   when: the gold  excitement   and wa>
*i* Maude, second daughter of successful in obtaining: valuabl.
Mr. and   Mrs. Castleman. was claims   that htive   netted
,in>ted in  the   holy   bonds   of large returns.
Wedlock    to   J.   G.   Weeks,   a
C.J. LEGGATT,
BARRISTER AT LAW.
SOLICITOR axd
VOTARY PUBLK
MIDWAY. 1;* '
BIDWAT ind st
nuii lake
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The DhpatcH joins with  the
'••'"IthvKlondvke mine owner, many friends of Ux. and Mrs
tfDawonCiJ.   Theceremony Weeks in wishing tbem a  ong
WM performed by the  Rev. A. and prosperous life of wedd
vS-*    Thompson,     Presbyterian bapp*-1698.
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A. K.Can 5oe. C. E.
IN'ial  Land   S
CIVIL
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ENGINEER
OLE  HAHDY   SPECIALTIES
in Fruit Trees. Small Fruits,
Ornamentals. Shrubs. Roses,
V r.es. Seed Fotatoes. &c.
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Stone & Wellington
FOM'MILL NLR5EKIES
TOCONSUWPTIVES,
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lira.'th by »impl*j m«u.* after <urTerini* for
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