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Hillsboro, November 20 , 1874.
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Iudeienleiit Xot h
We learn that certain-parlies dis
like our strictures on flie manage
ment of tUe Penitentiary. Not wish
ing to be misunderstood wo state
Again tibat this is an independent pa
per. We have no love for either
Bourhon Democracy or Ring Repub
licanism, and as in the past we have
criticised all parties so shall we con
tinue. CIaap Basket.
Chicago and St. Louis are now
having a controversy about the size
of fCbeir -wemeri's feet. A St. Louis
paper said recently that the young
men ofChicago do not use any dash
board for their buggies now as the
Chicago girls' feet are so big that
'dashboards are useless. Another
St "Louis paper tells o'f a Chicago
woman who put her foot into the
Mississippi at Memphis and the wa
ter raised three feet at St. Louis
Tne Clackamas county Council of
Grangers passed the following reso
lution at the last session: "That we
as good Patrons of Husbandry are
strongly opposed to the employment
of Chinese laborers, and that we will
do all that we lawfully can to pre
Tent their being so employed by our
citizens, and more especially by our
farmers, and wo respectfully request
nil members of our Order, through
out the State and nation to co-oper
ate with us in carrying out this reso
The mechanic forges itlre key tha
jn the hands of the husbandman
unlocks the hidden wealth of the
earth. And through mechanica
skill exchanges of the iliftercn
products of tha world are made. The
one could not prosper without the
other. Both are bound together by
sympathy and interest and they
should stand together against class
legislation and monopolists.
Whex the moistened earth sighs
for the plow and tho red apples
yearn to be gathered, it no time
for a paper to stop and argue wheth
er Susan B. sat on Tilton's knee or
Cady Stanton 'a up and played
chess with him until threo o'clock in
A fall pippin, a cold stove, and a
newspaper are not bad thiugs to bit
And the writer might have, added,
in the excellent things to nit up
with, ten yards of calico with two
pounds and a half of "granger hay'
piled on top of it.
It is said, and we want every
young man of high aspirations to
take a note I it, .that a student at
an Iowa ccllege "boarded himself on
sixty-five cents a week and studied
twtnty-four hours a day.:, and is now
an overseer of highways.
Bocght Oct. Mr. Gaston, better
known among the "boys" as "Tyeo
. Gfistrm", has bought the right to de
liver wood on the West Side It. It.
What will poor Towler do? Gaston
is the Wood King now! Let s have
peace. Sic semper Gaton$.
Txis is a queer advertisement and
the man who wrote it would make a
success in the real estate business
fi mica hrae -cornered lot in a
ceiaetrv, short, and just right for a
fat man with only one legC
An exchange says that an attenirt
was to htuf-e been made last week to
get up another rusade in Cleveland,
but three or four of the ladies were
disappointed about tlieir fall bonnets
and the affair didn't come off.
If, fis a Chicago paper says,speak
ing of the Grant-Honore wedding,
-each of the bride's garments i a
poem in itself, what -a joy it must be
to metre in her idyll moments! Of
corset it is.
"Heaves, according to tho idea of
a Vermont divine, is 125,000,000
miles from the earth, and Blobbs
ntnrmed lvdn? cood this morninsr at
tr tr o o
eight o'clock. .He says it is too far
It is ii true saying that the most
bitter erities are those who have
failed themselves to write anything
$ilCj IteT 3.lal ion .
The report of the Joint Committee
appointed by the Legislative Assem
bly to investigate the affairs of the
Penitentiary gives some interesting
revelations. -Such a rich bill of fure
Iocs the Hotel de "NVatkinds rneeent
or tho gustatory pleasures
of its boarders that we fear
ihero will be a gdftel'M" scramble "of
tho rag tag and bob-tail for it! gen
erous table. :
An Intoerabfe Deal of Sack.
Dear, unsophisticated reader, just
ook at the following articles pur
chased for the table of Watkind's
Penitentiary and weep:
"One Lottie White,win:
Orfe gallon Port wine ,
"One deraijoliu,. ' .
"Two bottle Cherry .Wine,-
Two gallons Bourbon TTiiiskj.' I
"Who would not like to be i board
er at the hotel do AVatkiutts & Co!
Some more Fatness.
Hare is another list of items, which
wo take from the Ksport of theCora
mittee, wUich wero bought for tho
use of the convicts:
"2SV; yd. Nottingham Lat-e. . .. ?2I f3
"19 vfs. Daiar.sk. 2S 5u
"1 buttle Brandy 15 )
"7 boxes St,irfh"(for fried shirts) .... T2 W
"ti boxes bluiug. v . .H f0
"3 gallons tidc-r 1 TJ
Just what tho gentlemanly con
victs wanted with Nottingham lace
3Ir. IVii&incis does not .say. 2.". a
pair for lace curiums for the convicts
shows that YVatkinds aj?pxeciatc3 the
wants of tho gentlemen iu his caro.
Tiie bottle of , brand v-, AValkiuus
says, vras used for making mince
pies. And now we feel like shedding
tear3 for. those convicts because- the
Legislature appropriated only$30,00'J
for the Penitentiary for the next two
vears, and their mince pic3 seasoned
with brandy, nutmegs and spires
will be cut oil. It is unfortunate
that the last Legislature had such a
poor appreciation of tho wants and
desires of our State prison convicts.
Now who does not like mince pie
with brandy in it, and raitin pudding;
and if so why in the name ot common
sense and common humanity did
our Legislators rofusc them this
thing that i.jminco pies with bran
dy, and raisin pudding? O, for a
Watkinds an Aristocrat.
Here are two items which woul d
indicate that Hon. Bill Watkinds is
slightly on tho style: ,
"Two Lnp Rohos. . .$'J0 0D
"1 btlver liiunntj-'d hjftmKii Kuldin.-. . W) OO
Th'e Meretirf puhlisshcs a statement
by Secretary Chndwick which exon
erates Colonel Cornelius of defeat
ing the bill which provided that the
Directors of rail roads in this State
may be foreigners. The bill had not
come toPre3. Cornelius" table when
he adjourned tho Senate. The reas
on why the bill did not reach ,hini
was because the clock in the Senata
chamber was fifteen minutes faster
than the time of tho House, and thi3
was no fault of the Senator's. "While
we know that the Colonel would do
everything lawful to aid Holladay in
his scheem s we do not believe that
ho is yet so unscrupulous as to re
fuse to do a plain and imperative du
ty under oath.
At the close of a year which has
been distinguished for abundant
harvests and business prosperity;
which has been free from the
scourge of pestilence and the de
vastation of fire and flood, and
which has been noted for general
heajith and happiness of all tho peo
ple of this State, it becomes us as a
community publicly to acknowledge
our obligations to the Great Giver of
every good anil pefect gift, for these
.Now, tuereiore, l, lj. -. i rover,
Governor of the State of Oregon, ( in
recognition of approved custom, do
appoint Thursday, the 2Gth day of
of November, 1874, as a day of Pub
lic Thanksfirivincr and Praise to Al
mighty God for the numberless bene
fits and mercies of the past year.
Done at the Executive Office, Sa
lem, this 10th day of November, A.
, I.. F. GEOVUK.
By the Governor:
S. F. Ch vowki:, Sec. of State.
The Alden Fiuit-Drying Company
of Salem have begun work. The
fruit dried by them is said to bo of
a very superior quality.
slintiy made bTiscreantion lir
road rial bridges.parrbadsupervis- j
ors must bo ' nearly afl dead or !
asleep. " The road. from .tho, eastern
part of the HiKsboro Plain 'to Iteod
villo is impassible by the bridge be
ing down at Brgg era' mill, and pco
have to travel four and five miles to
get two' miles. Similar obstructions
east cf our coimtv, while the cub-f
vcrts ahd short brid aro aliirost I
impassable in the vicinity of Wapato
lake and above it. If osr County
Commissioner 'ntouUI do th eir duty,
they would haul some of their road
Supervisors over the coals in no verv j
gentle manJicr, suilicient at least (of
S akq them up to n realizing .scn.se
uiuciru i.n. ; j
' " " i
Forty-efs bushels of wheat to tho -
aero wrre r;kcd on Ooose lake last
r (Al the '111 Ojrive) - . f
Wiiero 3 cu can by ell kinds of BJaT03 -j
and HrB ! f IKES very CHEAP.
.. .a r.so
IXD TOILET A IITTC LEs t
i.r.-.of rurn ... , -r 7 . t-
I AM PREPARED TO DO
nil kinds of DIJXTA L. work
at prices to s'iit tlics'' Lard
(Cf Portland) t
T!o poim?nr Tcacla: r of t!;o j
Organ & Fismo Forte;'
visit iiiLr,sj;oi;o v. rv
rriDAY cvi-r.hift sir.d vi-mnin vcr S VTl'It- '
fAY, Ail vbo wisli t avail tbc lr. s of j
h's Sl'l'lClU'lll intitrv.L-tion in the 0:t; m
o. ii.iiio Fui't-, "v. ill i:it b!;n n ,
Sahrnhi; in liltshoro. j
Tbc tr.bli Siu'iii.; (.'l;tt ia ctJ ou i'P.IJAY j
DEUGGIST AK0 APOTHECAKY,
Dras, I'dUincs ( hciuUfil, r.nd Fau-y
TiJt Arlilt s. Faiir.fis sil:d t Iiy i-
i-i mis from the oountry vi II i!?d vr stx'k of
tiitilkhits Ci)'ujlL-ti', v..niuKtd nuuiiv'.ud
tli li--t f nuiiliiv.
rOKTLANi, ------ tJllF.GON.
iot)D :,Ti)eii ixn ,s ai-j:
T;lt .f th
i !.r.-c J ;x inonthsvid.v. hk
I -.villsfil for 00-.i'li if koMtooti. Al- fc iin "i a uii m i.xia i
s n hiuh r'-t!e UurJiniu Lii culf, i tion and .rdT f S.lo uniti'd of
vlii.'h I vill s.t U f-.r a i. u;.oi:;;M 1,ih. , r , C'ir.r jit C .irt . f the .Si:-.t ofOn-u for
..r,.',.,,, fr.-.itlM.c.'-f,!, fiir .r ik pnr WiV U!J''t.il ('(tU if'-. r.; th 22d day cf
1 .uueaian .-l..r(b:;or cai; .u
llilislx.r'. On on.
y'jTAU Y PI'IILIC Mi-d i. VS'VXrAXClUl
IF;AI iaifn; dmwn i roll tiuns
ii:ui-. J-.UMUOSS -nil u tu to his t art? at-
tended tr prrruiitlv.
OFFICF. New Court ITonu. n.i .
. , -
- E.reeii!r'x Xotice.
-ffcJOTICE IS IIFIIEiiY fJXVJN THAT j ?r in iiiUhi.oro uMimy ana rio x nioxc
n the uod.-rsiv.. d has l,n air.oir,trd l v ' a:d I y.-illsidl l? ah jve d .-nod tract of
th Hon- CountT fonrt -of th State of Or- ' --7' :lt !:! ncton to th.; !n-lifKt hid-
f..r Washington Co-,aut,H;.;utiiiUr of
tho estate oflXivi IT. L-.ri3x I v- ised Iatf
UraatiiU coontv. droa. All ixrsonshav-
iug cl;i.jot! said estate an; litrohy notified to
present th-ni witTi im.-j.cr von- hcrs within
six itinths from Iho date of this notice to
the nndt rsiiM-d :.l tlte ofiW c of Thomas 1. '
Ilniniijircvs, I'ill.-horo Y a iliitit.) . emmtv, !
Oregon, or at ury residence hik mihr, north
cast of liillsooro. t
Nov. Hth 1HU. ; i .
CITY O II I IX. 1 .V. ' ES .
Online net; Xo. 8.
Is rzt.atio:. to iron- sins-TAtKH snT,T. rr.
r viiKiiiiiVCjr.ix. '-
Tup Tropnr r-v ti"i toum r.v Vtv-t
... ,. . . r--
- - . ! . .
frr. 1. That v.hemver th Board of
Trustees shall deem it irn dunt to order A
sidewalk or sidewalks constructed mum anv
of the streets or itvpniv s of the town, fnch
dcdka hholl he contracted not lens than
ul(f) r w'le-t"P covering boards
Khali be of yoll.vV.r r fir not lew than
one and oii-furUi iiu-Lf tbu-k, th V UaU
Ik- laid crosswise of the walk upon th-fe or
or inore timr, nt IckR than two by f,nr
vy uv.ie yiwc ,.mc hi on tne edge
and secure ly fnsh-ncd at the end by nai'
2iec!'s on the inside to CiicU timrMa-.' 1
covering LoarcU suiul be nailed fcnrclv
with 12 penny nails to each timber. :
Sec. 2. All sidewalks ishall bo laid uni
formly, the outside line of tho w;dk (if ft;
four foot walk) shall ba at a distance of ix
fcet from the outsitle line of tV ,tret or
avenue, and &hail continue jast the coriter.i i
of blocks six feet and also have an apron to '
connect with the street cronsin" And'
wherever uuvewavs bl
h ul bo
required in nuch v.a
shall Iw made substantial
the uniform height and width of the walk.
Srr. 3. Whene ver the Eourd of Trr.f tees
shall oleeri it expedient to order a sidewalk against shuI estate are hereby notified ' to
or hidewalks ctuistructed upon any ttrect or I prtsent them with the prop r voucher to
avenue the expense thereof idinll le estinia- j me at my residence one mile West of Glen
ted, by a committee appoint. by tho j cor, Wohington fonntr. Oregon within
Board and assessed m whole to the lot or 8ix lAoiitlm from the date hciex.fl
jmrts of lot proportionally abutting upon I ULYSSES JACKSON,
the BHlewali to be built an 1 Kuch ansess- Hillslro. Nov. i th 1874.
ment shall be a lien up(jn the lot, or part of j
lot assessed and shall be collected in ae- Notice of A!milii!iaf cr.
cordaneewith the pd-o-x.sions nf section; i ,
Stf of the amenduints to the Town Char- j "mTOTICE IS IIEEIdJY GIVEN THAT
tcr arproved Oct. 20th 174. : jj tle ui.drsi-Kned hu taken out KM
Sec. 4, Ihe owners of lots or iarts of Ictu 1 ter of Aduiinistrati(n on the estate of
uiuuiik uiwn wucMiij aiur.uy Luilt or
nereaiier io ov uuiu, bnau Keep tne same iu
irootl . repair.
Vassal the Board of Tri)stic, Novcm
ler 13th 1S71.
AHIO S. WATT,
A. L. JonNSf v,
I' -''"'Rlfif! ""fl' I
A T HfA ljtauJ;yAristltural iW.e.
xSLments repaired with neatness and dos-
pittcli ly an tKTit'iicftI workman. JJIack-
Kiiuium ci an Kinus, iiorKe-biiopir.ff flnno
vith tlespiitcb-jAlJ kiiul.-i of work tloiic ;it my
k1ip. ' A :fw cftHcnsto:ncr.- vvnntrd daily.
W ttrc wlw.iy h un baud tv niton ciitrfoiu'.&B
J. L. Til DMAS, Main rt , Hillhboro
A LL TII0SK 'E'P T THE UX-
d. rJifd will .!. hi&i quite a favor by call-
b.V tlO Irlnt Uctob'.T. I'.U-l KvitUug Up
tueir account.' '
: STKVK HA1UILS.
1 OTAKY PUBLIC ATTD C0LL"SCTOR.
f 1 J jiov.b d'cnipr.t tslctn. !"VrTd r.ttoivl
pumiptly to, ail busiufHuH entrusted t bin
- u!') ly
' EXT 1ST A XV JEW. E LEI:
iVfiT t(TTa Tim DifntlrtWlCltii in n.tn
x ll! x Al i Ui Jill,
Wulnr.t and Vina Strct t.-.
c;:o. a. i'L-.sr, rroniTtTou
The Largest Steak on tha Coast,
TV. Coriur t First and Monisn htxvctH
roirrxAM) oki:on. -j2 iy
WOODCOCK li PALLET.
Wholile aad JlVM U :.k-M in
IRGfKRRS & PRCnSiOXS
ir. Cor. tit:t
F.l VMIT.L Strict.
' dirt . t h t st. ar.n i '
Cim piid "( v fountry Froduie.
I". 1 1 V
i L.KiAIi ADVKKTISKAIKNTS.
i icioiM:r in in v'tr'! i.. r. urorrr -i
I ah, lionrd of J-ch'-ol l' U11;:;ksIoH. for tlit
I f.ah cf fv-hnol Vmds, a:ui .-ninvt S. IT. F.lh
j ! tt ct ah. ;'.nd in? riirccted ait.l d:dfrrd
' oiii'msanilio rjc t' maki- md? ui tin: follow,
i in-r d -irrihrd trru-t f land to wit: The sciitli
i iu." i I r. - T t m ' . i
; r:i-A quartf-r t.f tho Donation Hnd claim of
harh's and Jctiiia ."I'.'Kav in sw.-tums ou
, nnd tnvlvr (!" (V2 T. I. X. II. ?, V'.,
MtiMt-a in W iiKLm't on i.oimty. Ur.'f'oii.
i Then 1v virtiif of tiid Fsctutiu and
t ror f '.I- I havt- Ui l upon wml tract
j-of land, and i n SATFItUAY the 5th clay of
i I' t :ul r 171 at tin hour of Ono o'clock
i i sr. rd s.nld dr.y in front of thMnrt JIouvo
ur ?noreor Miui i . o. itnu ana v.in
' rrwy to sniis.y S:od cxrcotiou n:nouiit-
: ' u t'-"?rwo-nst ftii-l c
; uu c:e , (.w ,
! (.HAS. 1. TOh-Ht. ..rwTef
: .... sslnnqton C ounty O
Hill:-horo, Oct. 'Jth li7i.
Y VIRTUE OF A WHIT OF EXKGU-
lition and ordr of is.-.icd out of the
rirmii ( 'or.it of tho Rlnff of . Oregon for
Washington comity on thv2'id day t Ooto
l.er, in favuv of H. 1. lied l'lif. u'aiost
Wm. .lor;tn Deft. fr thff.nin tf 9n.".o0
U. fc-'. coin -with int rot ther&ii from the
i --th "!.t3- of May, 171 at the mte oi ten iu r
j cent, per annc.m mid ."itJ. attorney fee, niuF
2 ll.o! cots and to iuo diret ted fonnnand-
. . .T . 1
; in'' ii i i li.iiue r.aie oi ine louowinir uu
r.,.t , .t... ..f.,.;.,e r v
r n. v.. ftni the southwest otmrter
of' the north-wet (jiimfpr ' of f?eetion
Washington rocnty Oi ,rn Tr.erefore by
virtus f(f r.cntion and order for File,
x hilTf. k.vit nrou saill tMet of land, uud
on RATFUDAY, the oth day of JWi.nVr.
; 1k74 at the honr of 10 o'elock a. m., in front
of tue Court 1Iouso ,-.4tn,v iu kUi, CuUlly o
WVshiiiL too. I v.-ill seR snid tract of land at
n.T tiiitilifr i.iiffion to lib'lie' bidder for IT S
' ill 1i:11ii1 t o ntlfv G'lifl T.lltioll Olifl
CTIAS. T. TOZIKR. SherifTof
Washiuqttn (mntv, Oregon.
Hillsboro Oct. 2Cth, I'Sli.
', HEHE rNDF.IKiXED IlAVIXf J KEEN
1 P- appointed in the C.umty Court of tho
I State of Oregon for Washington 'count v Ex-
l- eentor of the last will and testament of John
! ('. Dobbins Dec'd all persons haring claims
( George L. Benton lato of Washington
county Ogu., deceased. All persons hayint;
j clain ngains-t aid estate are hereby noti
j fled to present them with the proper" vouch
I ers within rrx months from date h reofto the
j uirderHigiietf nt my reMdcnco three niilcn
i soutli of Cornelius, '
Oct.-"? 17 !. ii:I:It
NEW ADVKlOTSJiirETS. ,
WWa DRUB STORE,
MA1X STJiEET, IIILLSBOJIO.
Keepa countantly on hand
7M.V7N. OJLSt-GLASS. lWUGS
mUUClXHS ami C HEMIC AT Ji
... a unci: AssouTMM on . . .
TOILET AETICLES, '
soaps, si(txGEs, rntrujiEi:raly I'" ,,ot0fl or lu Turi,;t.r bu1 H
fr. ffc. " etc . t!irats umll it not only uoUd for U wxtout
'" " " I of its variety, but for llig
Also a well selected stpek of V - , i
CIG.Wd TOIl 1CCOS. j QusniloflliCood.
Pure WINES and LIQUORH, for I
."Medicinal purposes only.
GLvs cut to any steo desired.
- - ' V W 9 T
trtfiliviif j ianruUd tjcuuhtu
IL'STOMEUS IVISIIING ANY
tiling in my line will find nny and all arli- j
cliK ustmlly found iu firnt :Iasi Druj SUrort
and for kivIc LOW for cuKb.
CM OP EE & 3: AC 11
Dl'LI r.FSFlXTFriXY ISror.M
tho vublic that th y havi' j rr.d n nu.i
market on Front Hlr-tt IFll.-ro, whiroidt
kinds f jncatsmid v eial)l s k j t cnliun
-Ciiw us ;i cull.
coon:it a jiiucii.
On ZHntEty Toi-oco.jej
TIIK KNTIIiK LOT OF MA CIIIXF.TtY
INTITK FOlti:STGR0Vi; 1'I.AX
f i ' ' '. ., - -,-
. ....cwm(i or. ...
. ,. t ., ;
One ten Horse Power Enjinc&Boiler,
1 Planer anA Hatcher,
24 inch Surface r,
1 Saw Tabic
1 Mortising Uachi c,
1 Frce Pamp. i
1 Turning Latho vvithToolj
50 feet ShaMnjA PnHle, ,
50,000 FKi:i; asoifcdlonldinc
NEW F.L XSTS,
ST All I DALl'STEllS.
AT 25 por cent Below
Customary Rat, i
'XSLiQ Maehincxy new nd of
nu J of firnt clanH mkc. .
IN LOTS TO UIT.
ON VEKY LIJtKIlAL TERM.
A. L. JOIINSON.Forrst Grove.
131 H- a-KJ) Sr.W
on Corner of Tine
ifloocl horses and btig'gitH rcatlj
GOOD SADDLE-IIOIISES AIv
rTS , ways ready.
. jorses boarded at reriftattablo rstes. ! -
5 Hack conncctH with the cars at Cor
e'.iua twice a day.
. jnlyin rtf
LLFETSONS KNOWING : T1IEM-
flves indebted to tho undersigned lv note
or s. vount are renuesteil lnmm .U .ii..
rthe siuie on or before tho 1st ul October.
-OiM" mm s
J. D. Matthews, Proprietor.
Tiik Rreatcnt mid btt rity of Gutter
Men-handis i Vvpt in tU Iko llivw Ktoro
of any p!ft e f t tbe County. Tlitu Rtora Lmi
cji:.im:hs ri s nm'tt
no i.oex to make up off of good utoi;r.
OXE MAXS' MOXEY IS AS GOOD
AS A XO THE US'.
All will furo nlike in rricff which shMl
always lo TIIK VEKY LOWEST thoy mix
1 e arfTordrd for
N.t.t Cloona rro oonstnutly arriving and
.Y.tr Gicxlt, Goon Goorm, CIIF.Ar (JO0DA,
T v"H nhray$Vcp nil th StAndanl llrn.
" i'.v a mid IuLnty of pur-
I ut 4r.'d r I would dvalt ly, I bow
nvit.-y in U UyHtoif, which I now chriitcn
Bee Hive Store.
3vme'uh?r th jdne." " J y, Cftirl p
Old Ktund, Forest Grovu.
Fore-bt Grov, Or. Not. 1th lt73
iEW STORK.'JCS U'l iMD!
In th nw Vuildincr, corner of Onk and
VAm ArctnicN. oDDofkito iha Contrra
j Rational church, Forest GrovtJ, Ortgon,
ha unpacked a largo r.nd M U-BcWfrd tok
. of '
- -.t . . . . f :'.,, i . .
J11V GOODS, CLOTHIXG, HATS,
in' ; i
rmlly (iroccHe and Provisions
WIIOMMLI AND KITAII,,
.. .. t- i J ,r
In faet, evefylhng 16 bt found 'In n trnt
K-nu Vftricty Store, .
llv goods were Kclrcied expressly for thin
market nd I shall slwnvs keep tip rn fHn f
ftssoiinient making ,1 , V
' " $
a prominent feature In my store. My good
are all new, my salesroom laryt and xrtll
lighted, and my
riUCESLO )T an the Lp VESL
To my fonner runtomers nnd nil lu thU
TiriW7.t!,r,inTitfltionHto "coni ttMdnoe."
lyke td show goods whether youpurchas
or not, ' ' ,., ,
Highest Market Prlcn paid fot Butter
A. Ill MAN'.
Forest Crov; Or. Not. 7, 1873
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