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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1871
THE NORTH-W EST IGNORES GR ANT “W11AT1 KNOW ABOUT PHARMING.’»
PROCRKSS OF SCANDAL.
[From Eugene City Guard, Aug. 19th.]
[From the New York Sun, Jun6 2itb.J
BY JOSH BILLINGS.
My friend advised me, if ever I took a
With some reluctance we again ap-
The proceedings of the recent Republi
house in aterracea little way outof town,
jproach a disagreeable subject, the “New can State Convent ions of Pennsylvania,
What I know about pharming is bus to be very careful that it was the centre
Corner of Stark aud Front Streets,
t Departure.” A cotemporary, with ap Ohio aud Iowa, in regard to the renomin sed little.
i one—at least if 1 had any regard for my
parent self-satisfaction and confidence in ation of Grant, are significant and in
Mi buzzura friend, Horace Greely, has reputation ; for I must be well aware that
I its own unanswerable logic, asks us a structive. In the Pennsylvania conven rit a book with the abuv name, and al- a story never loses by telling ; and, con-
County Officer*— Judge, T. II. B. Shipley;
¡question and thinks by the time we have tion a resolution was put through in fa thou i liavn’t had time tew ¡iceruze it I seipiently, if I lived in the middle of a
Clerk, Silas J. Day ; Sheriff, Henry Klippel;
J au nary 7-tf.
answered it we will he prepare«! to in vor of his renomination by a discreditable yet, i don’t liezitate to pronounse it bul row of houses, it was very clear that tho
Deputy Sheriff, E. D. Foudray ; Treasurer, John
dorse tin* Ohio platform. We are asked, trick of the Federal officeholders. The
Neuber ; Assessor, David Redpath ; County Com
tales which might be circulated to my
missioners, John S. Herrin, Thomas Wright;
“If we do not propose to get rid of these question had been considered by the Gom- ly*Pham ing (now daze) is pretty much prejudice would only have half the dis
School Superintendent, Win. M. Turner; Survey
| objectionable amendments, so-called, in miltee on Resolutions, and it was ar all theory, and therefore it ain’t astonish tance to travel on either side of me, and
or, J. Si Howard ; Coroner, L. Ganung.
a legal way, then what course do we ad ranged that the subject should be quietly ing, that a man kan live in New York, (therefore could only be half as bad by the
Jnck»onville Precinct.— Justice of the Peace,
nd see ms fine stock of new vise ?” We think we satisfactorily an- dropped. But at the close of the Conven and be a chancery lawyer, and also know time they got down to tlie bottom of the
James R. Wade ; Constable, N. Stephenson.
terrace, as the tales that might be circu
Goods direct from the manufacturers. iswered this question in a late article, but tion, after many delegates had left the all about pharming.
Town of Jackeonrille.— Trustees, James A. Mil-
A pliarm, (now «laze) ov one hundred lated of the wretched individuals who had
He lias a tine lot o
a little further.
son, N. Fisher. Lewis Zigler, John Bilger and J.
will produce more bukwheat, and the misfortune to live at either end of it;
S. Howard ; Recorder, U. S. Hayden ; Treas
There are many kinds of facts ; some amid,thi* noise and confusion of a final pumkins, run on theory, than it would so that I should be certain to have twice
Prices from $20 to $110, cash.
urer, Henry Pape ; Marshal. James P. McDan iel
¡are “accomplished facts,” while many adjourenment. This shrewd hit ofleger- 60 years ago, with manure and hard as good a character in the neighborhood
others are not. Facts may be right and deman will not he likely to help either knoks.
as they had. For instance, I was inform
J osephine county .
A New Lot of
just, or they may be wrong and unjust. the State ticket this year, or Grant in the
There iz nothing like book laming, and ed of a lamentable case that actually did
Cownty Officer».— Judge, J. B. Sifers ; Sheriff, AMERICAN LEVER WATCHES
the time will eventually cum, when a occur a short time since :
Daniel L. Green ; Clerk, Charles Hughes ; Asses
Just from the Factory.
grew out of the war, and which wothink
In the Ohio Convention the sameques | man wont hav tew hav only one of “Josh
Tlie servant at No. 1 told the servant
sor, R- E. Foley; Treasurer, Win. Nsucke ;
Commissioners, Thomas G. Patterson, II. Wood He is agent for the best Rifles and Pistols made, were wrong, may be mentioned the hang tion was fought out to the bitter end by Billings’ Farmers’ Almanax,” to run a of No. 2 that the master expected his old
ing of Mrs. Surratt, at Washington, the the advocates and the opponents of pliarm, or a kamp meeting with.
cock ; School Superintendent, R. R. Middlcs-
friends, the Bayleys, to pay him a visit
among which is the
hanging of Munson, by Butler at New iGrant’s renomination. The latter pre-
; and No. 2 told No. 3 that No. 1
Even now it ain’t uncommon, tew see
IIEPJn Y IT I FEE.
Jotcphine County.—Circuit Court, 2d Monday
and tin* shooting of ten innocent , vailed, and the resolutions reflected the three or four hired men on a pharm, with expected to have the Bayleys in the
Which repeats FIFTEEN TIMES with once load
in April and Fourth Monday in October. County
men at Palmyra, Mo., by General Mo- sentiments of the majority of the Con- three or four spans ov oxen, all standing house every day; and No. 3 told No. 4
Court, First Monday in January, April, July and
. Neil. These are “accomplidled facts,” | vent ion. They approved of certain spe- still, while the boss goes into the library that it was all up with No. 1, for they
Tff' All kinds of Watch and Clock Cleaning and and there is no way by which they can ¡«•ilied Acts of Grant’s Administration, and reads himself up for the days’« plow- couldn’t keep the bailiffs out; whereup
be undone. But there is another class of ’but were silent on the subject of present ' iug.
Repairing d"nc to order at half price,
on No. 4 told No. 5 that the officers were
Jacksonville, May 13, 1865.
facts which are not accomplished at all. ing him for a secoml term. They could
If i waz running a pharm (now daze) i after No. 1, and that it was as much as
For instance, we have no doubt but Gov not avoid the former without seeming to
I suppose i would rather have 36 bushels, lie could do to prevent himself being ta
ernor W o < m Is, when he gave his certifi Igo back on the party, while their refusal I ov sum nu bree«l ov potatoze, raized on ken in execution, and that it was nearly
cate and caused warrants to issue on the : to give Grant a personal indorsement is theory, than tew hav 84 bushels, got in killing his poor dear wife ; and so it went
JACKSONVILLE LODGE Ko. 10
Treasury for some eight huiulred dollars <»ne mode of declaring that a majority of ; the mean, benighted and underhanded on increasing and increasing, until it got
for carriage hire, thought it was an “ac tho Republicans of Ohio are hostile to his way, ov our late lamented grand parents. to No. 32, who confidently assured the
JTOLDS ITS REGULAR MEETINGS ON
every Saturday evening at tho Odd Fellows’
complished fact” that the Treasury was nomination. Not less significant were
Pharming, after all, iz a good ileal like | last house, No. 33. that the Bow Street
llall. Brothers in good standing are invited to
to l»e depleted to that extent, but tin* tin'speeches of General Noyes, the can the tavern bizziness, ennv body thinks officers had taken up the gentleman who
EDWIN SMITH, N. G.
truth is, it was no fact. We propose to didate for Governor, and of Senator Sher they can keep hotel, (now «laze,) and lived at No. 1 for killing his poor dear
HENRY KLIPPEL, R. Secy.
get out of that fact in a strictly “legal” man, who addressed the Convention at they can, but this iz the way that p«x>r wife with arsenic, and that it was confi
J ohn B ilger , j
way, and not drive the party into those great length, each of whom wholly ig
hotels cum* tew lie so plenty, and this iz dently hoped and expected that he would
8. J. D ay ,
measures which our able nored the question of a renomination.
I saac S achs , )
likewize what makes pharniin such easy be executed 1— Christian Weekly.
eotemp«»rary justly dreads. If there is This greatly enhances the chances of and profitable bizziness.
Regular Rebekah Degree meeting, last Monday
just reason why we should accept Noyes’ success in October.
P oll E vil and its T reatment .—
night of each month, at 7J e’eluek p. tn.
Just take the theory out of your farm
these amendments as “accomplishe«!
May 1st, ISW.
Of the like tenor were the proceedings ing, and thare ain't nothing left, but hard “Veterinarian,” in the Country Gentle
facts”—fraudulent though they be—for of the Iowa Convention. The resolutions
man, gives the following valuable advioe
work, and allired lite krops.
the same reason should we not have ac approved of specific acts of the Adminis
to the treatment of abscess behind the
Oregonian, Pocahontas. Tribe No. 1, im
When i see so much pholks rushing in
JOHN NOLAND, PROF’R. cepted the frauds of Governor Wood* up tration, because this was due to the to pharming, az thare iz, (now daze) and occipital bone : “It differs in no wise
proved Order of Red Men,
on the the Treasury as an “accomplish«*«! maintenance of party discipline; but
OLD their statcl councils at Odd Fellows’ Hall.
so many of them rushing out again, i from any other abscess, except in location,
fact,” instead of appointing a Commis they were ominously silent on the vital
the third sun in each seven suns, at tho Sth
viz: the poll—hence the name. Treat
sion to declare them null and void ? The issue of Grant's «‘nomination. Indeed, think of that remarkable pi«*ce of skrip- ment : First, carefully feel all over tlie
run. A cordial invitation to all brothers in good
tur, which remarks, “menny are called
IQUOR' by the glass, bottle, demijohn, or keg. first is a wrong inflicted upon the people
JOS. 11. IIYGER. C. of P.
tumor with the fingers, pressing moder
so precisely identical was the course of an«l few are chosen.”
E. D. ForoBAY. S.
generally, insults the majesty of the Con the Ohio and Iowa Republicans on this
ately hard ; if the parts pressed upon re
to bring liquors down to a bit a drink nine years
stitution itself, violates the rights of the subject, that one can hardly doubt that
ago in Jacksonville. I will be happy to have tny
an«l run het on sum theorvs, and the turn to their original shape, there is not
friends call and see me. The best kinds of wines, States, anil overthrows that system of the leaders of the party in the two States thing figured up this way, i dun all tin* likely to be any matter formed, unless it
liquors and cigars always on hands. Families sup. government established by the patriot iacted in accordance with a programme work, phurnished all the seed anti ma be at the base of the tumor ; but should
plied with the best aud purest in the market, a- fathers. The second, that of Woods, was prearrang’d.
nure, had the ague 9 mouths of 12, for mi the part pressed upon remain indented,
Dr. L. T. DAVIS,
regular iqion its face, ha«l all the form* of
share of the proffits, and the other fellow and not return to its shape, then pus Is
Jacksonville. July 12th. 1871
law to support it, and simply enlarged cannot fail to see the drift of Republican paid the taxes on the pharm, for hiz surely formed, and the abscess must be
Ofaco--On rine street
our taxes to an unappreciable extent. To opinion in the Northwestern States. The
opened at the very bottom, below the
illustrate: Suppose the Legislature of masses of the party afe opposed tothe re
By mutual konsent 1 quit the pharm at pus, so as to give free egress to it. You
Opposite (lie Old
Oregon should attempt to pa-* a law nomination of (¡rant. Whetherhisarmy
will best serve your own interests by get
the end of th«* year.
law with less than a quorum present, or of office-holders will be able to circum
some one skilled in such matters to
What i know about pharmin, ain’t
A rkansas L ivery S tari e .
i a quorum being present, with less than vent them in the National Convention wuth bragging about, an«l i feel it mi du ]x*rform the operation if necessary.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECT- the Constitutional majority voting for remains to be determined.
Woe to him ty to state, for the benefit of mi kreditors, Should you, upon examination, feel sat
I fully inform the La lies of Jacksonville and the measure, and the Governor should and to tin* Republican party if they
Jackion tille, Oregon
i that if they ever expect me tew pay 5 cts. isfied there is no pus formed, get one pint
vicinity, that they have just arrived from San approve it, and such act should ho print
|on a dollar, they mu*n’t start me in tho of double acetic acid and two and a half
Francisco with a well assorted stock of Millinery ed with the statutes of this State, would should succeed !
DR. W. JACKSON,
pints <>f rain water, mix together—make
¡theoretikal pharmin employ.
and Straw Goods, and wilt constantly keep on
it be a law? Would it be a statute?
of almost anything, a number of
If a man really iz anxious tew make
Would it la* revolutionary to disregard is aware of the very great convenience of i munny on a pharm, the less theory he thicknesses; saturate well with tlie lo
and B onnet S hapes .
Dental Rooms in building formerly occupied by
it We think not.
It not having been Being able to preserve a beef of his own lays in the better, and ln^must «1«» pretty tion, and keep the tumor covered by the
Also a fine assortment of
Dr. E. H. Greenman, corner California and Fifth
not done at all. killing more than two or three days. A ! much all the work hisself, and support pad. Give 30 grains twice daily, of
Streets. All styles ef Dental work done on short
According to our cotemporary such an southern paper gives a receipt that may hiz family on what ho kant sell, and go iodide of potassium, in about a gallon,
notice, at reduced prices. Particular attention
enactment would be an “accomplished be useful: “Kill your beef in the morn ragged enuff all the lime tew hunt bees. more or less, of water. By this treat
FLO WE IIS,
given to the regulation of children’s teeth. Teeth
extracted without pain by the use ef the late
fart,’’ and the only safe remedy would be ing or early part of the forenoon, let it
I kno ov menny pliarmers, who are so ment I have, in my long practice, dis-
method of local anasthesia. All work warranted.
¡to repeal it I We think in such matter* hang up and drip for one or two hours, atllieted with superstition, that they wont persed a great number of tumors upon
¡as these, what is done wrongfully, <>r by cut it up in pieces to suit your fancy, and plant a single bean, only in the last quar the p«ill.”
Nov. 20th, I860.
frauds or usurpation, is not done at all, salt wtdl in a box or barrel kept covered. ter of the moon, and I kno ov others so
in that sense that would make it binding The next morning build a scaltbld three pregnant with science, that they wont
F orty Y ears A go .—Forty years ago,
C. W. KAHLER.
E. B. WAYSOX.
on the country, and we think it is the or four feet high; the latter will be the ¡set a gatepost until they hav had the literature meant learning, and was sup
Democratic doctrine to treat such pre-1 I l>cst. Build a good fire with hard wood ; ground analized, l»i sum professor of an- ported by common sense. Refined non
KAHLER & WATSON,
tended acts as nullities,and not make the let it burn pretty freely until nearly done i atomy, tew s«*e if the yeartli haz got tho sense had no adv<x*atcs, and was pretty
party responsible for them, or draw them blazing, then put small sticks across your right kin«l of ingredienee for post holes. generally kicked out of doors.
AUoraey and Counsellor-at-Law,
Forty years ago, there were but few
PEARL BEADS, i | into precedent by accepting them as val seaflbld, lay your beef on them and bar-
The fakt of it iz, that theory, ov all
anil other articles in our line too numerous to id. We believe the Democracy of the bacue until very nearly done; turn the
in the country, or insolvent
kind, work well, except in praktiss;
several States, since they have begun to meat over frequently.
If the weather is they are tew often designed tew do the debtors, and they rarely imprisoned for
MISSES A. F. and L. A. KENT.
assume power, have pursue<l the right, good, you can he through the job gener
TVjll practice in the Supreme Court, District, and
Jacksonville. March 25th, 1870.
and only proper, course with regard to ally in one «lay. but of this you must be work of praktiss.
other Courts of this Stat«.
Forty years ago, young ladies of the
Thare ain’t no theory in breaking a
I these assumed amendment*. Some four your own judge. When satisfied that it
OFFICE—In building formerly occupied by 0.
respectability learned music; but it
or live States, our own among the num is sufficiently barbaeued, lay it away and mule only go at him with a klub in your was the music of the spinning wheel, and
Jacobs—opposite Court House square.
ber, having formally withdrawn their let it entirely cool, then lay it in an airy hand, and sum blood in yuro eye, and learned the necessary steps of dancing in
D. B. BEA.
JAMES D. FAY.
ratification, stating their reasons for so barrel, and as you lay in the meat sprin break him, just as you would split a log. following it. Their piano forte was a
What i kno about pharming ain’t
FAY & BEA
¡doing; first, that they were forced upon kle salt over it; tie a cloth over the fop.
mutch anyhow, but i undertook to loom, their ¡larasol a broom, and their
iiilo gasman takes this method the country by fraud, and, second, be In using the beef yon will find that it
novels a Bible.
Attorneys and CounseHors-at.Law,
of informing his friends, and the public gen cause they were oppose«! to thi* amend never gets hard or tough. Cook it in al break a kicking heifer onse.
Forty years ago, the young gentlemen
I read a treaties on the subjekt and
erally, that he has opened a Meat Market on Cali
on principle. Each State should, most anyway you please, I think you
corn, chopped wood at the door, and
OFFICE—In Court Honse, up stairs.
phollowed the direkshuns cluss, and got
fornia Street, opposite the United States Hotel, as soon as it has the power to do so, with
to school in the winter to learn
knokt endwaze in about 5 minutes.
Will practice in the Supreme and other Courts
draw its ratification of these amend
writing and arithmetic.
of this State.
ments, stating the reason tor so doing,
Forty years ago, there was no such
R otation of ( ’ bops .—In a correct sys over.
(Fresh A Corned) and in a few years, if they are not taken tem of rotation of crops, barley, oats, rye,
Particular attention paid to the collection
I made up my min«l that the fellow things as balls in the summer, and few
out of politics and approved by the De and wheat, should not immediately suc
in the winter, except snow-balls.
•of Claims against the Federal and State Govern
mocracy, they will have no supporters ceed one another. A crop of corn, pota- who wrote the treaties waz more in the
ments, the Entry of Lands under the Pre-emption
Forty years ago, if a meclianic proposed
out of New England. Let Congress, as toes, beans, clover or grass should inter treatiss bizziness than he waz in the to do your work, you may depend on his
and Homsstead Laws, and to the Entry of Mineral
Lodes under the recent Act of Congress.
it has the power, solemnly declare the vene. Crops should succeed one another kicking heifer trade.
I cum to the konclusion that what he word ; it would be done.
I amendments utilities, stating the reasons that draw as much as possible of their
Forty years ago, when a mechanic
why they are such, and the work is sustenance from sources as widely differ knu about milking hiking heifers he had 11 nishe«I his work, he was paid for it.
about done. By manly |x*rseverenee and ent as possible,and the cultivation should learnt by leaning over the barn yard
Forty years ago, printers were paid, and
, tlie force of public opinion truth and jus- be different also to produce the greatest fence, and writing th«* thing up.
therefore eucabled to pay their
HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN AP-
I got up from mi reflekshuns strength
| tice will be vindicated.
When we cease benefit in a system of rotation.
The ened, and went fur that heifer.
pviaed Local Agent of the Board of School
to oppose fraud and violence and meanly great fault with our farming is, that the
AVhat a falling off!
Land Commissioner!!, is now prepared to receive
I will draw a veil over the language
assent to them, they will take file same crop is raised too long on the same
applications to purchase School, University and
State lands. No application will be received un
place of law and justice and become re- ground. One year, or at mo4st, two, is i used, and the things i did, but i went in
T he S kin of a B reathing O roan .
less accompanied by one-third payment of the pur
*l>ectable. When the States, Congress long enough for the same variety of grain to win, tout won.
Some animals breathe more through
skin than they do through the lungs;
This iz one way to tew brake a kick
Office in Court House—up stairs.
in some animals the whole process of
T. It. B. SHIPLEY,
wrong, fraud and violence, the courts as possible. T hen give periods of rest by ing heifer, and after a man haz studied creation of the blood is performed thro’
Local Agent for Jackson countv.
Jacksonville, Ogn., April 15th, 1871.
will have an easy task before them. sowing the grasses, &e. The intelligent all th«* books in creashun on the subjek, the skin. In the human being the skin
Jacksonville, March 18 1871.
Then make a case of these amendments, farmer will take heed and keep his soil and tried them on, ho will fall back onto is, to a large extent, a breathing organ.
so-called, and take it to the highest judi in good spirits. lie will not rob it of its mi plan, and make up hiz mind az i did, Fatal disease of the lungs is often caused
cial tribunal known to our laws, and we most valuable ingredients, but will study that a kicking heifer iz wurth more for by an obstructed skin. In one of thecer*-
| should have no fear of a Republican how he may best preserve them.— 1177- beef than she iz for theoretic milking.
I hav wurked on a pharm just long emonial processions of Rome, attendant
court, although reconstructed for Repub lamette Farmer.
enuff tew kno that there iz do prayers so , on the installation of a new Pope, a child,
lican purposes, deciding against law, rea
for poor land as manure, and no having the whole surface of the body
Oregon street, opposite Orerbeck’s Hospital,
son, justice and public sentiment. But
G reeley wrote a letter to the Town theory can beat twelve hours each «lav, gilt, was paraded. The consequence was
if contrary to our just expectations, the Press Association, in which he said :
(sundaze excepted) of honest labor ap the death of the child. This melancholy
should decide against us, then in
“I have hominy, carrots and R. R. ties plied to the silo.
fact may serve better than a long lecture,
CHOICE LIQUORS AND CIGARS CON-
deed there will be something to amend more than I could move with eight steers.
J stantly on hand.
I am an old phasioned phellow, and to convince people of the importance of
out of the Constitution in another way. If eels are blighted, dig them early. Any
“keeping the pores open” of which there
This dangerous fact must not l>e forgot insinuations that brick ovens are danger heartily hate most nu things, because i are more than three thousand on every
hav been beat bi them so often.
c ntyre ten ; if the Dem<x*racy accept these ous to hams gives me the horrors.”
T never knu a pharni that waz worked square inch of surface. •
amendments as facts, there is no one else
That is they read it so. They' have pretty mutch bi theory, but what was
12 1-2 Cents.
to oppose them, and they become “ac since learned that what lie meant to say
A gentleman asked a lady known to be
July 17th, 1869.
for sale or to let in a fu years, and i nev
complished facts” by common consent, wtis :
utterly ignorant of language : “How did
and their manner of their adoption will
“I have so many earesand duties press
you get along when abroad to make your
become a precedent for future outrages of ing upon me that with the weight of muscle, on the good old ignorant way ov self understood?” “Oh, my dear sir,”
FT HIS favorite 6table has been reopened and the same kind, and the Democracy will years I feel obliged to decline nearly ev our ancestors, but what was handed
replied she, with quite a French air, “we
be justly blamahle for it, for unless they ery invitation that takes me over a day’s down from father to son, and alwus waz ha«l an interrupter with us.” The same
HE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING FULLY
accept them and give them validity, journey from home, yours among them.
Lady, having arranged some statues in an
buxum lasses, and fustrate potatoze.
refitted this old and favorite place of resort, I
they never cun be respected.
room, requested the same gen
now offers the very best of liquors and segars at
What i know about pharmin, is noth
But if our coteiuporary is prepared to
M rs . R ose , of North Salem, on her in but experience, and experience (now tleman to step into the next “impair
12 1-2 CENTS.
sav these assumed amendments have been 66th birthday, walked five miles to see
ments and see her antics.”
The Saloon is ootnmodious, the billiard tables
regularly adopted, and have become a her daughter. The Statesman asks what daze) ain’t wuth a cuss.
are of the latest and most improved pattern, and
part of the Constitution in the manner young lady of the present day can do so
T he question of raising the tropical
the waats of (vests promptly supplied.
by that instrument itself, that on her 18th birthday. A 17-year-old wife tew ketch flats with, than the experience fruit known as limes in this climate is at
- d i
I their submission and ratifleation were gave birth to a bouncing boy in this ov Alethuseler.
last settled satisfactorily. Mr. Greeley
50 Point» of Hilliard« For Drink«.
For hire on reasonable terms.
Experience iz a goo«l thing tew lay says he planted, last winter, a half bush-
regular, and not fraudulent and revolu county, the other day. We ask the
*-• ■■ t
tionary, then our course is plain. AVe Statesman what 66-year-old woman can down and die with, but yu kant do no el of the best slacked lime on his farm,
Those knowing themselves indebted to me will
I he largest corral in the t«wn is attached to the shall no longer treat that paper as a
and didn’t raise a confounded lime. Prob
do that ? We guess honors are easy, Mr. bizziness, (now daze), it aint hot enuff.
do well to call without delay and settle, as I must st&ble. 1 e &in piers will fiiul a tuple Bccomuioda-
have money, and that soon.
ably he neglected to mulch the roots.
Clarke. — A Ibany Den user a t.
tion for their auimals at all times. Horsec board
shall place it where it properly belongs,
ed on reasonable terms.
Jackson county, Mississippi, has a rov
T he light of other days—candles.
PEARSON A McINTYRE.
and treat it accordingly.
P aternal cares—the old man’s corns. en-horned cow.
F irst J udicial D istrict .— Circuit Judge, P.
P. Pritn ; Prosecuting Attorney, II. K. Hanna.
County— Circuit Court, Second Monday
in February and November. County Court, first
Monday in each month.
(KETT OS THE BUROrEAH PLAN,)
Call at J. Neuber’s
Pioneer Bit House,
NEW MEAT MARKET I
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