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Til U USD AY, AUG. 22, 185)5.
J. I. Knight hus money to
loan or buy notes.
Holiulnieiich & Son have Home
nine Hummer Capon and Jackets
loft. Almyi few childrens' WrnpH
which Oik, Tor at reduced priceo.
Counterfeit quartern and nick
els u re gutting quite plenteous in
this section. Louk out for them.
They w.ru very good imitation, uonie
of the quarter having almost the
Any one wishing a tewing
machine call at I lie Ituaar, us 1
now handle the Climax, Ideal or
New Home. Will trade either the
s.uiiiuux or ideal, for urv wood.
Buy your apple boxes of K. II.
lion. C. F. Tigard, of Tigard
ille, was in Hillsboro the first of
the week, having just returned
from a trip to Wilhoit Springs. Mr.
Tigard is making extensive prepa
rations to harvest his hop crop,
and will employ about 50 pickers.
S. II. Gilpin, of Forest Grove,
was in the city the first of the week.
--W. L. Weatherred, well-known
in this city, having atone time been
in business here, was in town Tues
day in the interests of the Oregon
fruity won, of Portland.
Wheat is being received at the
ii i II u and warehouses steadily, and
the berry is plump and of a good
'quality. Many will hold their ce
real for awhile, anticipating a rise
in the market.
The Bryan Laidlaw Co. has
just received an elegant new line
of gentlemen's and boys' blothing
and furnishing goods which will
be sold at prices which caphot bo
duplicated in the city of Portland.
Come and examine our lines and
be convinced that you need v go no
further to get tho values for your
money. Bee our $1.00 Ladies' shoes.
Gip Wills returned last week
from several days' trip to the Yak
ima country. He reports the fruit
crop up there very large.
Admirers of the beautiful have
been intent for some lime watching
the group of Japanese lillies, in the
court of the Tualatin Hotel. There
are some four hundred of the mon
ster pods and when they are all
blooming they will present a pleas
The Hillsboro Bazaar is closing
out Mexican ham mocks. $1.25
Slain, now $1.00'; $1.75 colored, now
iJ-25; Close woven colored with pil
low attached and spreader, worth
'$2.75, now $2 00; one child's color
ed, ifl.OU, now imh); one child s,
colored, $.75 now $.35.
A In aw shower visited Tunis'
In Ridge vicinity ysteiday about
noon., ln.t Hillsboro was left coin
jmrrttJtely in the dry.
Only a few of those boys' pants
and suits left. Am closing them
out, .Tants, 30 cents up; suits from
$1.00 up, Hillsboro Bazaar.
Tho creamery sustained a
lireakdown tho other day which
necessitated sending to Han Fran
cisco for repairs.
The condition of the atmos
phere Bpeaks well for the possibili
ty of rain, and a httlojust now to
help that deficiency of 2 inches in
preoipilation, would be very accept
able. The pulpit pf the M. E. church
of this city will, until the annual
conference, be filled by Rev. Henry
T.Atkinson, formerly of University
Park. He will hold services Sun
day next,morning and evening.
Schulmerich fe Son reo'd a
large invoice of Calico and Domes
tics. County Recorder E. L. Mc
Cormick left Wednesday morning
for Newport, and Deputy Jack
presides in his absence.
Forest Grove's committee on
water works have submitted a re-
ort, estimating a cost of $30,000
or the proposed water plant. They
will probably haveasvstem similar
to that of this city, having aban
doned the gravity system,
. -jfcV. A. Laidlaw was in the city
from Portland today, looking after
business interests here.
Rev. Dr. Gue, of the Portland
Diversity spend the day in this
G. A. Stanley, principal of one
Tacoma's city schools, is in the
ty, siting with his brother, J,
Stanley. He will remain sev-
al days. - .
Eighteen out of thirty appli-
Lits were successful at the recent
leaohers' examination held in this
Sty. Three received first grades,
z: Joseph M. Gleason, Buxton; J.
if. Jones. Forest Grove, and Miss
iJice Porter, of Gaston. Five re
vived second grade, and ten third,
food for two and oue years repect-
irely. Second Grades: Miss Laura
Tualatin; Miss Myrtle
itoJ-NMiss Louisa Moo-
forte r, Gasto,
Mtrry, Cornelius; Miss Bessie M.
jTliorp,. ForeBt Grove; J. M. Qver
Saltzer, Tigardville. Third Grade:
Oss Emma, Gilpin, Miss Mirtil
Jwhns, Miss Huldah A. Wilson,
, lnna M. Sorenson, Eddie Wilson,
lis Annie Teel, Miss Gertrude
ilullins, Miss Venoni Morton, Miss
frama Jaoquot, Frank Stewart.
-Subscribe for This Aroiti and
Horn," August lth, to Mr. and
Mrs. Andrew Phillips, n son.
From the report of one ot our
Hillsboro officials it seems that over
alls will shortly supplant bloomers,
he having seen a lady neap town
wearing them While riding a whcl.
There will be an ice cream so
cial at the residence of J. W. Mas
ters, next Tuesday evening, Aug.
27, under the auspices of the Ladies
of the Evangelical church. A cor
dial invitation is extended.
Dr. Tamiesie is now in posses
sion of one the finest improved mi
croseopt'B for analytical purposes,
manufactured. The lens has a
magnifying power of i000, and the
instrument is not excelled by any j
of its kind in the northwest.
John Gates contemplates the
study of medicine, and will soon
take a thorough course. He will
prepare himself in this city for the
proposed collegiate study.
Hillsboro's philosopher, R.
Cave, has discovered that cycling
haseliiuinated theonly distinguish
ing feature of the lazy man. Here
tofore he says, you could ulwaystell
a lazy man by the patches on the
seat of his pants. Now, he observes,
you don't know whether a man with
patches is lazy or whether he is a
Frank Mitchell is taking a few
days' vacation from behind the pre
scription case of Brock's drug store,
and is rusticating at Newport by
A Mr. Conley, who is stopping
on tho Do.inis Delay place, near
Retdville, killed two full grown
coyotes the other morning, a rnalo
and female. He brought the pelts
to town in hopes of securing a boun
ty, but was disappointed in this,
the county court having done away
with that feature sometime ago.
G. C. Reisner, of the Sherwood
hotel, has been confined to his
room for several dayB but is now
A trip through the county the
last of the week, was productive of
much interest. All the farmers are
busy with harvest and threshing,
and those who have hops are mak
ing arrangements for housing.
Attorney John Wall is spend
ing a few days at the Newport
beach, going down Saturday last.
VmBag1ey will harvest his
first crop of hops soon. His yard
will be about eight days later than
One Natalie Gambrinur, a son
of Italy, was brought up from
Beaverton tlx first of the week on a
charge of selling liquors to minors.
He will have an examination on
-Miss May Willis returned Tues
day, everting iVoni. a .several, weeks'
visit at St. Helen. Mrs. J. R.
Beegle, her sister, returned with
her. ' .
A. 8. Veuen does more watch
work than any Jeweler out side of
Portland. All work warranted.
Prices to correspond with the times
Mr. John Beam and family are
now comfortably domiciled in one
of the Hanlev residences on Lincoln
For every $1.00 cash purchase
at The Delta drug store vou will
receive one sheet ot popular music,
selected from a large assortment.
Zina Wood Sr. commences to
harvest his mammoth hop crop
Any one wanting timothy hay
can procure it of Johnston Freeman
at $7 per ton. -
Two Hillsboro young ladies
while out. for a walk in the neighbor
hood of the long bridge were fright
ened and chased by a couple of
tramps. ' These knights of the roads
will get very plentiful in the fall
months and they will bear watch
ing. Deputy Sheriff Bradford made
an ollicial trip to the south end of
the county last week, and reports
the onion crop a fine prospect.
All the latest and most fash
ionableshades orrTen's hats have
just been opeirod at Bryan Laidlaw
Co. Casn oturo; also ladies shoes,
at $1 a pMr.
Contractor Johnson has com
pleted the repairs qn the Harris
bridge hear Farmington in a- very
substantial manner. The approach
es have been bo extended that high
water can in no way interfere with
fIMi knitfla fTill PnfllAll mA
, 1 lid IftSIIMD .i-'Wi VOI l W mm
Frank Holcomb are placed at $2000
each, in default of which they
languish in the Benton county jail.
If they give bonds doubtless they
will be held on a similar charge, to
answer in Washington county bo
it is presumed that they will be
content to be at Benton's expense
for awhile. M
All kinds of carriage trimming
done at C. L. Hin man's Harness
shop at Forest Grove by an exper
1 The fruit crop .which is now in
readiness for harvest is unusually
large through this county, and as
generally the case, a large percent
age will go to waste. Canneries
instituted here and there would do
much towards pushing this indus-,
try to profitable husbandry,
"The forest back of Mountajn
dale suffered considerably from the
recent fire, much valuable timber
MOTOR COMPANY INCORPORATED
Sherwood's Large Plant - - A Traction
Engine Ditched on Main Street
The Open Season.
Summer outings at the seashore
and in the mountains have more
than an ordinary degree of interest
and each individual party can re
count of sjme thrilling adventure
or ludicrous experience. Hillsboro's
pleasure seekers are not behind their
other Oregon neighbors in this re
gard. G. A. Wehrung was a par
ticipant in a little adventure over
on the Netarts the other day, which
might have cost a life but for his
prompt action. Himself and wife
and a Mrs. Dr. Smith, from up the
valleyr and Recorder D. W. Dob
bins of this city were in surf bath
ing when they were caught in the
undertow. All but Mrs. Smith
came out safely, when Mr. Wehrung
promptly went to the rescue, and be
ing an expert swimmer, soon
brought her from a perilous position
which meant death in a short time.
Mesrs. O. G. Barlow, Robert Iui
brie Sr. and party have relumed
and Mr. Imbrie tells a good one on
Barlow and the remainder of the
crowd. They were on the Siletz
and as they were not allowed to
hunt on the reservation, and being
hungry tor deer, they made a com
pact with an Indian whereby they
were to put in his hay and he
would procure for them one of that
section's finest deer. Mr. Imbrie
watched the hay making from the
shade and after it was over Lo start
ed out. The party came back, sans
venison, and by the way sans faith
in Indian obligation. Mr. Imbrie
says the boys got their dinner, but
us he was not in on the deal, he
had to take pot luck in the camp.
Very few people in this end of the
county are aware of the importance
of a manufacturing plant located at
Sherwood, twenty miles southeast
of here. The Portland Pressed Brick
Company has a magnificent and ex
tensive brick plant down there, and
when running full blast, employs
over one hundred men. All kinds
of ornamental brickwork are man
ufactured, and they turn out the
finest quality of pressed brick of any
plant in the state, their clay being
of a very superior quality. Robt.
Alexander, who is a stockholder,
has leased the plant but is doing
very little this season owing to the
depression which has put a qi ietus
on building movements. He is fill
ing the order for the Macleay build
ing, corner 4tl; and Washington,
Portland, and this keeps them mov
ing a little. He hopes to have a
good season's run this coming year,
as he thinks things will go ahead by
next spring. The plant originally
cost in the neighborhood of $100,000.
Mr. Alexander has placed quite a
number of fire-slabs for hop houses
this year and they are giving ex
Sherwood's disastrous fire of
several months ago hurl the little
city severely but residents feel con
fident that next season will see a
great revival of business, and then
the place will forge ahead. Alar'ge
tract of the finest beaverdam land
in the state is contiguous, and as it
is in a high state of cultivation there
is no reason why the city should
not come to the front notwithstand
ing its vicissitude of several months
The last will and testament of
the late Edward Constable has
been filed for probate. To his
daughter Mrs, E. Shute, he leaves
$5.00; 'to another daughter, Mrs.
Drusilla McLin, he leaves- a like
amount. Richard Constable, the
only son, Mrs. Aaron Malone, Ma
hahi Perry, Amanda J. Shearman,
and Minerva Bunce, share and
share alike, receive the remainder
of the estate. Two of the heirs now
pome forward and ask that an ad
ministrator be appointed, but of
course, the will will have to stand
if valid. Witnesses to the instru
ment are Mary and W. E. Smith.
W. E. Smith is named as executor.
There will probably be some litiga
tion before the matter is settled, as
testator transferred the greater
part of his property after the date
The company which intends
building the motor to this place has
incorporated and will at once ex
tend the line to Cedar Mill. They
intend asking Hillsboro for a sub
sidy, payable at completion, and
guarantee to give a maximum
freight rate. Quite a number of
Hillsboro's property holders and
business men have been interviewed
and they seem to think that a very
reasonable proposition will be ten
dered, and one that the oily can
not afford to lose. I he grade will
not be very heavy from Cedar Mill
here, and the grading can be done
at very email expense. In a short
time a mass meeting will be called
to see what the public sentiment is
toward having tlie line built and it
Aq ventures of
is to be hoped thst a proper public
spirit will be manifested. :
The open season for game birds
will lie here September 1st. Ardent
sportsmen, and Hillsboro has many
of them, will then make sad havoc
with the china pheasant and other
feathery trilK If (here is any one
thing that is tempting these days,
it is the sight of a big plump china,
and if a man has with him a gun
he is sorely induced to put to naught
the statutes of the mighty state of
Oregon, the state, it might be well
to state, which did not return J..N.
Dolph to the national capital. A
county Judge up in Yamhill coun
ty, it is reported, let his sporting
proclivities get the hetter of his re
gurd for the law, and in conse
quence the game warden has caused
his arrest. There is a heavy penal
ty agrinst killing these birds in the
close season. '
Engine Ditched. !
Quite an interested crowed col
lected on Main street Sunday last
to witness the extrication of a trac
tion engine from a position which
was quite perilous to its safety,
Cornelius Hermeris had just brought
a handsome new engine out from
Portland, enroute for Centerville,
and concluded to fill the water
tank at the pipe in front of R.Caves
hardware store. The planking "flt
this particular place broke, letting
the right, rear wheel of the monster
piece of machinery into a ditch,
nearly upsetting it. Mr. .Daley
was sent for and with aid of jack
screws soon had it in a condition to
be moved. Mr. Hermens volunteer
ed to repair the place with nefr
All veterans of the civil war in
this vicinity will be pleased to learn
that at last Hillsboro will have a
Grand Army of the Republic Post.
On September 21st at 3:00 p. m.,
they will hold a meeting at the law
office of Hon. W. D. Hare to make
all the necessary arrangements for
securing a charter. October 5th,
at 2:00 p. m. has been named as
the time they will organize. This
will be a great pleasure for the old
soldier boys, and inasmuch as there
are so many in Hillsboro and vicin
ity it is a surprise that a poBt has
not been maintained for years. .'
Friday hiBt a spirited contest was
held by legal talent before Justice
Knight, W. D. Smith and T. H.
Tongue appearing lor the state, and
C. J. Schnable, Asst. U. S. Attorney,
and Frank B. Jolly, of Portland, ap
pearing tor the defendant Anton
Klui penegger was the private pros
ecutor, and he accused John Hein-
rich ofcuttingand mutilating a cow
in a very severe and atrocious man
ner. The defendant was held on
$300 dollars bail to appear before
the grand jury the next term of
court. Both parties live near the
Multomah countv line.
W. T. Andrews, the Mountain
dale lumberman, was in the city
R. H. Walker, Beaverton'B
prominent farmer, and solid demo
crat visited Hillsboro the last of
Frank Gildner, of Lafayette,
was in the city last week, and has
made arrangements to go into busi
ness here, having purchased a one
hall interest in Blaser's saloon.
W. E. Brock has returned from
the coast. Mrs. Brock and Miss
Rhea will remain there for several
days yet. W. N. Barret and fami
ly have also returned.
License to wed has been issued
tc Thos. H. Adams of Kalama
Washington, and Miss Nellie Wood,
of Forest Grove. Mr. Adams is
a graduate of Pacific University,
and is one of the publishers of the
Kalama Bulletin, one of Washing
ton's brightest county newspapers.
Mies Woods is a daughter of J. C
Woods, a retired capitalist of the
Grove, tind she has a large circlt of
friends who wish her happiness in
her new life.
After a three weeks' siege of
smoky atmosphere, one was yester
day able to see the mountains.
The publisher of the Pacific
Baptist, of Portland, was in the city
the first of the week, looking after
the delinquent subscribers.
The Climax Milling Company
has already received between 8 and
10 thousand bushels of wheat, and
the Milne mill about the Bunie. Mr.
Milne expects to house about 50
or 60 thousand bushels of oats
this season, paving therefor 20
and 22 cents. He raised 15000
bushels of that cereal on his own
farms this season. Both mills are
paying 42 cents for wheat.
McMinnville will have a grand
bicycle tournament September 4th.
Bills are out for the occasion and
a ope and one-third rate for round
trip tickets has been granted by the
It is reported that a friendly
suit will be brought conjunctly by
the constabulary of this precinct
and the county court, to have the
Circuit court decide as to just what
fees the county will have to bear in
the serving of official papers.
As "Bob" is back you can Bafe-
ly account for that broad smile on
Ienry Hesse's face.
Look at the Coast Carriage &
Wagon Co.'s ad in another column.
A private letter from a former
resident of this city, gives the infor
mation that'Los Angeles, Cal., re
cently shipped 2400 car loads of
oranges to the east in one week.
Only one croquet set left, worth
$1.25, now goes for $1.00. Sea Is
land, or crochet twine, all colors,
large balls, only 5 cents each, at the
C. O. Schmidt, of Gales creek,
leayes this week for Hayward, Cal
ifornia, where he will spend the fall
J. M. Brown spent Sunday at
his claim in the mountains. He
says the fire came within two teet
of his cabin, but he sustained no
loss. A. C. Archbold's cabin was a
Hair cutting, 25 cents; Shav
ing 10 cents, at the City Shaving
Parlors. Open from 7:00 a. m. to
8:00 p. m. Hot or cold baths
Phillips and Colestock, Main street,
opposite Tualatin Hotel.
The street in front of R. Cave's
store is undergoing some improve
ments. A new sidewalk, and
planking clear from curb to the
center of the thoroughfare.
J. A. Flippen, who has been
spending the summer with his son
at Clatskanie, is again on his ranch
- -Messrs Churchley & Hargrave
will soon leave for Beaveiton with
the photo tent.
There is a letter in the .post
office for Mrs. Mary Keller, of Wash
ington county, no post office address
being on the envelope. Itisincare
of Henry Katterman.
If you want the news, step up
and subscribe for this paper. It
will be one dollar well spent.
Barring bad weather, the fol
lowing will leave for the coast at
Tillamook to day. Hon. T. H.
Tongue and family; Hon. B. P.
-Cornelius and family; JohnGoodin
and family. J. W. bappington, U.
B. Goodin, and Wm. McQuillan.
George Hall, who has been at
Tigardville for some time leaves for
Tillamook this week to visit rela
tives. The post office store keeps con
stantly on sale a line of standard
periodicals, magazines and month-
lys. Anything not on sale will be
ordered for you. Inquire of J. M.
The market price for wheat is
now is 42 cents.
The family of J. D. Merryman
is in camp at Meacham's crossing.
The many friends of Wm
Beamish will be pleased to learn
that lie is so far recovered as to be
up to the city the first of the week
You can learn of a bargain in
real estate by inquiring at this office.
One of the best tarms in the county
will be sold at a sacrifice.
Mrs. Julia Ann Beard, as the
relict P. S. Beard, will shortly prove
up on a homestead which husband
and wife took up some nine or ten
years ago. Ihe place is well mi
proved, having thereon one of the
finest orchards and gardens in the
vicinity of Greenville.
Miss Buck.a graduate of the
Holmes Business college, is now
filling the duties of stenographer in
the county clerk s office.
All the latest styles in Hats at
fechulmerich & Son.
Thos. Talbot was in the city
the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs
Talbot have just returned from
few days' outing over on the Netarts.
Land Office Notice.
Land Office at Oregon City, Or.
Aug. 9, 1895.
Kntli-n Is hfirebv eiven that the no-
proved plats of survey of fractional town
uhtn 9 North. Rnnae 7 West, and fraction
al township 8 North, Range 8 West, have
been receivea ironi me surveyor viener-
been received from tne surveyor uen
al of Oregon, and on September 16, 18
at 9 o'clock a. m. of said day said pli
will be riled in this office and the la
therein embraced will be subject to en-
try on and after saw date.
Robert A. Miller, Register.
Peter Paquet, Receiver.
Dead Letter "List.
The following is the list of letters re
maining in the fclilisDoro post omce un
E J English, . V.
John Hobble,' . "
AJ1 letters not calhd for bv Aue it
1895, will be sent to the dead letter of
fice. One cent will be charged on each
letter called for.
Mary A. Brown, P. M.
& Phoenix Lodge No
34, K. of P.
Someets in Odd Fellow's hall on Mon-
fiyday evening of each week,
ssSWii Montezuma Lodge No. 50, 1.O
IsSLr O. F. meets Wednesday even-
ZffiWr ingsatS o'clock in their hull.
Tuality Lodge No. 6. A.F. & A.M
meets every Saturday night on or
alter full moon ot each month.
Court Tualatin, No.7974 A.O.F.ofA,
meets every Tuesday evening in
UUU Fellows ball at s o'clock.
Hillsboro Lodge No. 6l,A.O.U.W
: meets every second and fourth Tues
'.B' aay evening in me inomu.
X Washington Encampment No. 24.
I. O. O, P. meets on second and
fourth Friday of each month.
Hillsboro Lodge No. 17, 1. O.G. T.
meets in their hall Saturday 8 p. m.
Juvenile Temple, Sundays, at 3 p.m.
Hillsboro Grange No. 73, P. of H.
.meets 2nd and 4th Saturdays at 12 m.
illsboro Rebekah Lodge No 54, 1. O.
O. P.. meets in Odd Fellows' Hall
1st, 3rd Saturday evening of each month.
Washington County Rod and
Gun Club meets In Morgan Block
ursday of each month at 8 p. m.
Viola Tent," No 18, K O T M. meets in Odd
Fellows' Hall on Seoond and Fourth.
Thursday evenings 01 eacn monin. le
tting Knights cordially invited to attend.
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And all Points in The United States and Enrope.
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Round trip tickets with stop over privileges
ntorniation call upon or write A B
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WILEY & DENNIS,
ZCITY LIVERY STABLE"
Cor. 2nd and Washington Street, Is
WHERE YOU WILL FIND THE
EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS. GOOD TEAMS, GOOD BUGGIES and DRIVERS,
W. T. Andrews, President.
ANDREWS LUMBER CO.
(Incorporated June 8, 1893.)
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER.
Kept Constantly on Hand.
Highest : Maiket : Price : Paid : for
. FOR SALE!
Any one desiring to purchase a Farm
or Town Property will do well to . .
READ - THIS - LIST.
Which are Offered
Cheap : : Cheap
For particulars enquire at this office.
Nol 20 acres, adjoining city limits,
sidewalk within one bloek of property.
10 acres cleared, finest quality of bottom
land, 4 acres bench, tine site for huilding
purposes, some timber on same. Will
- . sell in a body for 2000 part down, bal
ance on time to suit purchaser. Or will
subdivide so as to give part cleared bot-
torn and part bench, in plats from 2 to 5
acres, at ijjlffi per aero. Here is a ehanee
' for a good neat little home which can be
made self sustaining Investigate before
some one gets it. On tho market for a
short time only.
No 2 10 acres, half cleared, 1 acre bea
verdam, rest alaahed and sown to grass, .
no buildings, goes for f(i5 per acre. With
in two miles of Hillsboro. Terms, $400
down, balance in 3 years at 10 per cent.
Or will sell 40 acres, of which above is a
part, at same price per acre, including 15 .
acres of beaverdam and swail cleared.
No 3 128 Acres, highway running
through center of place, 50 acres in culti
vation; 2 acres in orchard, apploH, pears
and plums; 0 room hous; log barn, good
well of water; SO acres of beaverdam, easy
to put in cultivation; place well watered
by springs and creek; 100 acres under
fence; 1$ miles from post omce, daily
mall: 1 mile from school house and six
miles north of
No 4 A good corner lot on Main and
Third streets. 7oxl75, with good building
thoreon, suitable for any kind of business,
and, in excollont repair, will go at a bar
gain for cash. Part payment and balance
011 long time with security.
No 5 12 acres', half cleared .balance in -grass.
Good house of four rooms; good
barn and outbuildings. Fine orchard bf
50 trees and various other small fruits,
150 chickens 50 ducks, I -horse wagon,
2 sets single harness, good cow, 3 heifers .
1 horse and farm implements. Every
thing goes for $650, cash in hand.
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annoyances in transcontinental travel.
and choice of return routes. For further
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BEST TEAMS THAT CAN BE HAD
D. W.Dorrance, Secretary.
BKRST, Prop '
Veal and Pork
: Fat : Cattle, ; Sheep : and : Hogs
Hillsboro, Goes cheap for
; jet the news.