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About The east Oregonian. (Pendleton, Umatilla County, Or.) 1875-1911 | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1878)
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TUESDAY .77.MA1' 21, 1STS
TCBUSHED BY THE-
East Oregonian Publishing Co,
J. II. Ttoker
TERMS IX ADVANCE
Oxe Year - . . . $3.
Democratic State Ticket.
Of liae County
W. W. THAYER.
or Moltoooah Cotctj.
T. J. REAMS.
Of Jictaoa Cocci;-.
A. H. BROWN.
A. N, NOLTNER.
Of Xaltaoznab Cocc'.j-
Bcterestesdast Prauc- Ixnitccriox.
T. J. STITES. .
Of Linn Coantr.
Prosecuting Attorney, 5th Judicial District.
L B. (SON.
Democratic County Nominations.
5este S. 1L rixmcToa
IteprtaaUtirw" ; '
Coc,r Coronet, "";;
Sheriff. J. LSmn
Clerk .J, R Ktzxrr
Coonlj Trtasarer. G. VT. VTxn
Ana aw .. Jams Contain.
ScbooI SsperintraScsl Jso C luni
Cocnty Sarreyot AH. Hurt
Coroner J. B. Izxasrr
The Democratic candidates for Umatilla !
County will address their fellow citizens:
apon the political Issues of the day at the
usual piacc 01 vuung iu iuc several pre
Upper Batter Creek
lima " 25.
Upper Willow Creek " 27.
Lower WHIoir Creek " 2S.
Lower Butter Creek " 29.
Umatilla.. ..... 30.
Meadows " 31.
Pendleton...... .....June 1.
The oppoeixu; candidates are cordiallv
invited to come out and participate in the !
Less than two weeks from this time the
people of Oregon will be called on to de
cide between the candidates now offering
their services to the people as. public scr.
vasts and not only to decide between the
saen but determine the question as to
whether the principles of Democracy or
Republicanism shall prevail in this State.
The principles or the t parties are enun- Tt " ,"r 7
. . , , . . ,. , j commit hostilities against any peoslc or
ciated In their respective platforms. 1 . ... c , - ,
. . , ... power at peace with us, and collectors of
Choose ye -which you will take- The . ,. . . ' . '
.- . , v . custom arebhced to detain any -vessel
Democratic party has ahvsvs been de-. lr ., , ... - '
voted to the direst, of the raasscs,;
henr and wherever that pan has f? cargo or whid. principally con.
. . ... -... ' , jsuls of arms acd amunitieos of war."
'been in power the rights of the people have1 ... . , r.
been" sacredly preserved and protected, ea the numbj of men or other drcum
The Kepublicai party has had control of -ff "JJ ""fTf v
the government far the last seventeen tteat' nDt V
rears aad during that time legislatioa has t'r.fnEt,, ,he ,bonJ scd
all tended to oppressthe labing classes secBn "Qtiircd or armed vessels.
asd has beca directly in the interests or
the rich so much so, indeed, that the
millionaires arc plentiful while the poorer
classes and producers or our country are
reduced almost to dseperation and despair.
Daring the good old days of Democratic
power we had no such things as Credit-
JtobiUets, railroad subsidies, etc., tic J Weston hotd.
Then all had aa equal opportunity to sc- . "
care fortunes and the rights of all were L ElDCcBois Tweed left on aa elecUoaeer
alike respected ; but now, alas! how ,n hh maa Ff5da wLo L" tBd
changed. Then there were no nsliond "d CEiloJr of tLe U:lU '
basks with ihrirraener sharfa mrtJn I b" nerctoforc acted as wet-nurserorthe Uny
the very life-blood from the -veins of the
laborer. Now how sad the spectacle The
hardy sons of toil arc compelled to pay
tribaie to this monicd aristocracy that has
lea under Republican rale set up in our
obcc hppy land. One great and grand
object had ia view by the Republican
party in this State Is to re-elect John IL
aOtchell to the United States Senate. In
order to do this strength must be drawn
from the Democracy.
Side issues are be-1
ing pressed upon us for this purpose
Mofiey is being used and used freely. The
State aad county tickets arc being bar
tered to secure the election of Republican
members of the legislature. We are told
that MKckeil has doae much for our State
aad all this, but not one thing can hist"1! "JT ,,"U4W;
., , . .... , , , . , fncndi in Linn County. Mr. Pncc none
tnkers poiat to that he has dono-tobene-1 . ,, -. ,
--, T, . . , , ... , ; ol God a noblemen. Wc wih yoa a pleas
fit the State It is true he has introduced - , , , 1T
many bills but what has been the fate of Mt teP a fc retam, Alf. H will be
alloracarlyallorthcmr Defeat is writ- sme W
tea apoa all of them. He has justly Boss Tweed roareth and the Rose of
earned the title of the great introducer, i Sharon mourtfetb for tear their posltloas
He k a shrewd designing intriguer. In twill be filled by others more honest and
order to secure his rc-eJection, or even the
oadorscmcat or his pwa party, he knows
it k necessary to make a great show and
bluster; hut his greatest labor has been to
defeat what we, in Eastern Oregon ia par.
tkalar, mostly staad ia aeed or; viz: rail,
road communication East He has la
bored hard to kill the Portland, Dalles and
South Pass road and has, for the time bc
iag, succeeded. His attention has also
beca tataed to the ddcat of the North Pa
cific aad daring his term or office it is use
less to hope for or expect either or these
reads. Aad why docs he do thk? Simply
becassc hk master, the Central Pacific,
weald be injured thereby. 2Co one can
deabt for a moment that he is retained by
thk company and that he will do nothing
that will ia the least be a detriment to that
road. Thsa Democrats aad honest Re
publicans will you consent to vote for men
to go to the legislature who arc put on the
I?jat1ie& tiekftt wIlli lhle nliim-i In vli.tr
aadforthkparpcscr We cannot believe
yea will. Remember If the legislature Is 1
Republican, Mitchell will bo our nextj
RAsataiu and tvintMnrtinllmt 1 1 1 Xt 4 1 j. f .
WH active part la defrauding the
pwplc the Ualkx! States out or their
k"ly akete4 r&jdcat Again you arc
" -akcr and Hincs as
aught against. He was the first Governor
or the State and quit the office at the expi
ration oflils term with credit, and since
then no one has dared even to insinuate
anything against his administration. Sol
even bis most bitter political enemies, but
he is often referred to .13 a model rrrvn-
live oflfcer. How about his opponent.
A llfU ..til-. .nr.: e-
others. Even in his own church he is con.
stdered an overbearing, egotistical, tyrani
cal bigot, always interfering and med.
dling with the affairs or others. In his
views he is extremely illiberal, and should
he be elected to Congress (which God for
bid) as far as he has power legislation will
be run in an illiberal channel. Then vote
for men who will legislate for the good of
the countrr and whose lives b
j above reproach. Democrats rote for
Dcmocr-ts. Dont give aid and counsel
to the enemy by voting for any ot their
Come out with those affidavits against
us, Bro. Sharon. Xo doubt they would be
refreshing. Wc will publish them for yon
free of charge. Don't think you will deter
us one moment from giving the voters of
this county your biography. Wc intend to
tell all about your real estate transactions
with old man ilitchdL ilr. J). A. Rich,
ards AVra. Granger and J. B. Jecobs. Wc
will alo touch you up a little on your effi.
cicncy as a returning board agent two year
ago. We intend to tell the people where
you got the scaling wax to reseat the poll.
bOOkS VOU OMCncd at the latt ntn-tlnn I
. . .
affidavits. Wc arc after you and intend to
do you justice though the heavens fall, and
you will not dare deny the statements we
make. We will refer you to the witnesses,
my boy, who are all living in the country.
and recollect all these little youthful indis
cretions of vours.
Vote for w- Thayer for Governor.
He is a whole souled cenial rcntleman
fully competent and will makes Governor
that you will be proud of. He is a brother
to the late Judge A. J. Thayer uo died
someyears ago at CorrallLs. Mr. Thayer
Is classed among the be?t lawyers of the
State; is strictly temperate. liberal and
genious, and Is most popular where he is
best known. His opponent is said to be
jest the reverse. Those who k'njw Beek.
man say he is a perfect ihjlock, always de
manding his "pound of flesh," never mis
sing an opportunity to dri-e a hard bargain
when he finds a poor man ia dUtrcts.
From Orrgontin : Refcrrtcg to recent
! signs that Russia might be looking to the
chances of fitting out privateers In Ameri.
can ports, tne Xew York Tiratt cites the
statutes or the United States, -which re
quire every armed vessel sailing from this
country, even ia time of peace, aad armed
' wholly or In part by its citizens, to give
1 bonds, or clearance, ia double the valce of
Mr. Ponainrton left Pendleton on Sun
day last on his way to Miltoa to engage ia
the canvass, but he has for some days past
ocru buiicricc wim a neuratne anectiou
ia the head, and upon arriving at Weston
he was compdletl to gitc up the canvass.
He is now confined to his room at the
bixsuger iuls ucra quite 111 wiui somcuiin;:
like biliious colic; but Is now somewhat
convalescent and hopes are entertained
that he will speedily recover. Hop poul
tices, nannic tea and peppermint will help
of the Democratic papers
charging Bro, Hincs with stealing a
Wc are satisfied this is a mistake. He
may have captured a good sized "sbote" cr
several pigs, but surely he would not
take the "whole hog." If they had said
chickens, we would not have had a word
to say, for he is "mighty" fond of them.
Mr. A. JL Price, of Wton, accompanied
throogli town toUy
competent than themselves, but the tuonlc
all rejoketh idahl
Gold la New York, 100.
Legal tenders in Portland buying OOjLf;
Silver coin, 232 per cent, discount
Wo arc very thankful to pur friend G. W.
Webb for a oopy of the Sapanre Beattr,
published in Xapasce, Ontario, in which we
lcam that Martb Mallory, formerly of
La Grand, aad who was well known aa a
merchant, met with a serious accident as
M. B. Mallory accomqanied by his wife and
child, started to drive to his father-in-law
n A flilfilitl.tsiwn. Tfn frit llmnl tilf v.v
, detoendinjr a hill when his horse
. became unmanageable aad turned suddenly
mit of the road, running acainst a ttccp bank
and ujisetting the buggy, pitching out the
occupants, Mrs. Mahory was Tery seriously
bruised, ana -Mr. i. auo, uui in a bw acgrec
: Tha child meaDod unhurt The hone ran
and tore the buggy literally to piece.
Just arrived f rem Fertlaad.
J establishment on Main Street where caa
always bo found a large assortment of hats,
" laccs. cmbrol Jerys, lace fissures, tics and
"oca !.u'".or 11,0 P fV'"-
Trv u and
do you right
At Pendleton not el:
J II Richardson. Pilot Rock.
Chas II Dodd, Portland.
A C Martin, Waltsburg.
Wm Yandcrboef, County.
II Weathers. La Grande.
V O'Xeill. Walla Walla.
B II Roach, Junction City.
Chas Ttimpson, City.
S Rothchild. Ciir.
il Cinkald, Brick Yard.
George Jcncs, Birch Creek.
Wilv Jones, "
N V Dorrls, Baker City.
Theodore Lix. Birch Creek.
John Smith, Rebel Canyon.
J J Lcc, Birch Creek.
J Btubee, City.
3Ir. Hoyt, -
Geo Johnson ct ux. City.
Wm Wells, u
Mr. Standi, Birch Creek.
Jeff Brown, Flld Horse Creek.
Erom Portland Oregon Ian.
3Ir. E. E. Turk & II. Lmu, taefdaaats
of Cauyoa City, arrived La. this cltjjut
night. From 3Ir. TurkT -wCo la aMV
with Mr. Wm. Grant of the Dalles, aad
Judge Scls of Canyon City, visited the
louowwg parucuiars 01 luc wort now
i under way in the mine. The tonnd has
reached a dbtance or 663 feet Drifts
were being run on the ledges cut by it.
The drift oa ledge Xo. 13, was in 26
feet off of the tunnel north, and 21 leet
south, and the ledge on the north dritt 4
and 1 haft feet wide, from which ore was
being taken by the car load. The ore
being rich antimoaia! silver, assaying from
500 to ft ,200 dollars per too. From tae
drift on ihli ledge aa cprabe is nan. coder
way, going up oa the ore body to the sur
face 300 fret.
Mr. Turk is very enthusiastic ia his de
scription of the mine, and states tnat half
has not yet been told of its rxtentand won
derful richaos. Work is being pushed
with great eaergy under the Intelligent dl.
recti oa of C. S. Miller, general maaagtr of
tiits company. AH workingmen ia the
mine and visitors sec "millions in it," and
the rapid developments now being made,
will speedly apprcdate the stock to figure
bcywad its value.
Of the other mines in the district coder
devdopment Phil Sheridan, Rattler aad
othere, Mr. T. speaks very highly, and
with the progress of work now under way,
the mineral district of Granite creek bids
fair to exceed ia extent sad richness aaj
yet discovered west of the Rocky moos
tains. Mr. Turk brought to the oSce of
the company in this dty a fiae lot of ore
from the 4 foot ledge, which b now 03
Cociideixb'ic sickness expected ia Pea
dletoa at as early day!
The yccfig clerk aays ''tis not to, tint be
did not rwmg oa the gate, as m reported.
Oar extensive merchant. Wm Switxlcr,
hat rcsxxlelcxl bis "aL" which wQl appear
in the weekly.
Nice rain last night. Clear and pleas
ant to-day. Grass growing finely aad
A faJ1 K of arpcnten tool, ,he pro-
r 1 ti tn t
1 G. W. Webb, County Treasurer, on the 4eh
day of June.
Dr. J. M. Prurtt has commenced build,
ing a neat dwdling house in the southern
part of town. Already the fnme is op and
it will be ready for an occupant ia a few
days. We bdicve it is for rent.
Sal ing A Reese of Weston have enlarged
their "aL," widened it out aad kagtheacd it.
They wQI alto have to enlarge their baOdiag
for they have enlarged their stock 'till there
is not roan. As we stated elsewhere dvrr
It appears as if all the stiffs, dead-beats.
roughs, bloats and bilks of the Padflc
CoaU had gathered at Pendleton of late.
There can be seen at any time one or more
of them lying upon the sidewalks or strrets.
The organization or a ensin-gang would
help things here a little and perhaps turn
the tide elsewhere.
The new brewery across the bridge will
be ready for business now In a few days
just as toon as Mr. Lang, the proprietor,
gets his license. If some caterprislog
Yankee would buy the bridge and charge
a small toll for footmen, what a good thlcg
he would have. His fortune would be
made In a very short time.
CoL Thos. Payne of George Town, Ky.,
brother of John Payne, formerly of Salem,
but now residing at this place is on his
war to Eastern Oregon with 17 head of
thoroughbred horses. We are glad to
note the fact that this country is attracting
the atlentios of the people ia th
cast as a stock raising conn try. He writes
his brother that several other families from
his section wilt come to thk coon try at aa
Ferce, whose Christiaa aaie is Xex
u actually dragging hk slow length around
with the caavaM. He will be her to-mor
row night Wc have secured MiUrkey's
Hall and will exhibit him.
Children , half price.
Ticket for sale at thk office. Remember
he U the republican candidate for sheriff.
Don't fail to come out CaadicUU free.
Finn. Last Saturday the county Jal
caught fire on the outside sear the south
west corner and had almost got uader such
headway as to be beyond control. Fort a
natcly, Uncle Pea. Desfain passed
through the Cos rt. house yi rd aad dkcor
crcd it jat k .lime. There were three
prisoners ecM-pjug the Jail at the time.
It it supposed that some oae had throw
down the stump of a cigar, ami cverythics;
being dry it caught ia the rubWih about
Mesrrs Lamar, Klakald a&d Gerklag
havo made arrangemecls to burn brick ia
Pendleton this seasoa. They have already
commenced work and will be able to sap.
ply the town and surrounding country at
an early day. Those in need of brick or
who contemplate building would do well
to call on these cenlletnea at Peadlctos.
They intend felling to suit Uie times aad
will make a liberal reduction to those de
siriug large quantities. Scad ia your or.
ders at once. aprS
Iter, J. C. Kirkmaa acknowledge tha
receipt of a liberal donatios of $S0 cash aad
some prcoeaU from the people of Hettr
Marshall & Folsom.
tmcttmm laX. H. UinttO.
l AS wnMNt An as 1 xHwHnl
GENERAL - MERCHANDISE
BOOTS AXD SHOES,"
HATS AND CAPS,
LARGE ASSORTED STOCK. OF
Crock err, carpet and wall atcT
XXtJUSY CaiCX 1BICI
-Fin afti Miies.
Ucxm aulc Beorr tader X vertc be tku t
UTIiitr 1 Irr. Captul ant rtqvtno'; will tirt
n. ft! far tj at tmm ij U Mu-
rTrf7br u rt lot s. N to th Ux.. Ccat.
17 oiat M mm im. jutrra Tn a co.. aa
, NEAT OWttXtNO IX X DCMIUBLX UXJl
L Dm U rrvtkua. X ro4 Un ft4 US3
MMetia ltk It 1U Ix M tfni or iccttS m
tfmlfrtf. Tot fWetiut isln r Tirur a BtOrf.
THE ATTENTION Or THE TRAVELl ITBUC
o4 rtUieM tt cSe4 to j BiX trt M SaUintl
jut nUbturJ U
Km itor la ia rortoBf.
VnU it n ho-Jin. M mt. Dues t ur Un
Brtad, . Pis . aad . Cakt
OBfctUatly ea agl
MY ROOMS AND ICDS
A.1I btlf Mir, as ftrpmi to rrba eesleTtfcM
I ira j mm h 1 at vkai
j. h. loom,
FOBWASDCCC & C0JiMtt0Jf MEHCHINT
Dealer in general merchandioe
- ttUTlUJl OKLGQS
I TTXE tocX. ( CtirtA (rxxU oa bJ lht a
i t tali at Ux owva. trtm.
BOOOT AND SHOE
Main Street, oioute Court House,
t LL ardrn proem f-'r imiri u t4 t prtcr to
V. rn tli bat. Krpaincf doc nh mum
THE IXXSLETOX rLOUXIG UILLS an
aatau4 aaa ka, fan axrmae. Iax via M
EXCHANGED FOR WHEAT
Highest Cash Price Paid
For lb satoc.
VTiH rrlad Cera a4 Clop Feed, far toH,
BJ UBJ 13 TTaW
J. a tVa. ua '
FLOUR, BRAN AND
For sale at all uses.
Trytxaarf fac a t I r- r":
sactto av-Otacfc aai as4 aaud fntl. I alt
GUaULASTZS T5S JEST PLQUX
Ia tha eescUj.u I hare the bi! MM
East af the Cascades.
W. S. Byers & Co.
K. Alexander tc C.
' Pent 0ce Building. Main street,
Dealers in general
A full, complete and entirely
Of nor stock of general mcrchan
i'dise. Si Hats,
il Boots aud
.jSAnd tho largest ami most
.complete stock of ready made
Ever brought to rcndleton,
ijust received direct from San
SL 23tX 1 33. e
Our goods before buying clse-
Countrr tinxluco takon at
JJ.lhighest cash pncc.
Goods sold at walla
Wi WALLA prices.
r & Co.
s tk la yoqr cwa tears. $4 "
Wt BMaT. llro VaM
rfM N tlar T-
UMATJLLA, -- OREGON.
DaVB Hons. PnopniETrin.
fpHIS n0CSB I lb tmt eoedlUoo Ux Cm mrp.
I A ' ,r'Kt tVaa ht.i umi pl UUe ii tLe
i boem. TU pdnun ct tL pchltt u
- .. uuin Nil uu MM Ivf mU,
Woton, U Cnu4, l uloo, Bilrr Otr t4 Oir
All vind of Liquors anJ lbe
chobest WINES, C?OARS, etc.
kept constantly 00 baud at this popular
GIVE 3IE A CALL CEXTLKMEX A-VD
A. II Jsck's Saloon.
r EETS THE SWT or WIXES. LHJPOfti
J.V. 12- tarat Ctfut 7aesaeFC. rtc
f ceav a4 laka a aVtok nj twja.
Ob enar ui tata CAaX,
A: auk rT tnaCax ifaS;
LIVERY & FEED STABLE.
Ako ke coastanUj on has!, and fw
sale cheap, a full tOok of lad.
die, harness etc, etc
. - -. - w ... ww. 1
Foevtabdisg- and Commissiox !
Sffa Otcton su'm Zzz 1
Dry Gcia, Clothing.
Ilanlwir. .cl Caairral M t handltr.
C. XMtXE. reTEBX.C
A l.Uit IJirT IK
SHEEP DIP TOBACCO FOR
CAJaBOLIC SHEEP DIP, SALT
I TTOOL. aU ts
I il roma.saacSAX nucc
! At 2 1.2 per ceat. ecrrtarfes-
'Wool (ornarded at ct.
J. H. KCONTZ,
a aaaiKawaf. jaat s .J
UX iwra4 1 af miu aacalatiaf at
.. .. ItoJJ
.. t to
LUf rVe., oars It It
Wladatra atiit Blind
AK Uak aaii cV? fcrcaa.
OiTurvd uU-e coatcnjpkting bariag
aI ril,-m bxk I MM tftpaaa.
If T6U m-ant to save moncv, don't leT
until rott have priced tar ,
staves. I lavtj a large
and rotadletc assart
vrill 11 at wliole-
Kile and retail prices
and at prices to suit the
times. Also Pumr Wroturht Iron
and Pipe I am pruparvd to cut
SO tt -af elri-1mik to yw
Vr.ikaaTrlaa4trWMr'Vrar Br asd
IH ta roUcbrap a trv ekarni. AH ttnl at JotMcj
avJ mia4 aVc kcatam aaa Mraica.
Thanking the puMic for their
very liLeral patron
age during tho
past, and solio
of the same
Umatilla Citr, Oregon, March 16, '7S.
w. 3-. Leezer
1 MEAT MARKET.
I jBIpendleton. O ?r QoN.
J. DESPAHf, Proprietor.
A NYONE WasttczWanaVTalU bwonptbrbj
JL a. innuunr orven ua tmoaarar a f
Her, rt fS
BctuVJ, ptr Cos.
A!, ptr qn . .
Ale, ir pal "
rocttr, frt qoirt "
retter, par flat "
. c CM
John H. Btahl,
City BwmrtTT Walt tTa3x
W. T. MORRIS.
FttniHttr ""'i Sttnror.
BW. aaaarjl aatta
SV 4 mmktl ., .... .
Aiaar,rar ataf C .. . .
IrttVE l flrni t utMr. Ikil I bare toe.
IH t W'ttUya Md tifrud aa er Usr lb
tnutcf W3 f ta4 Swim. u4 bare at tmt
a-l "fix (,rr)-nr4 mftH mnt a Sirmt Kaa01j
f aU lk yttu M4 rv-t. m It last aSe at la
ttiteifr "ttcti nim fcn4 m thtr m- Ijtar
nf of Bn HM.U& Bjr ntrrt V Am t
-l aM to umufn tkm tan. ouw T aB Ul4
'Uw of wluttwr sn araator Cut KaSra mrU
la UMa part of at mri tna tb lcatm 4f tL
SntUoi tott rn-Mli(-v. I trtt rsadaVst tSat
tt yrofx afa af teka tf lv caanctar tolim
t4 vnt ii fiy im hx mc .u tku put at taa
trtrVt im krrr that all wt ba atana ec Ih
k4toV. ntva u (. v a caB. I kara
isa. arrar fcy I .aaM imiw pnast
KcitMa r aB SStnaa. r a ! m. eaeecnaaana, at,
aa lt7 tttmru m aate a La naK fc&4 mj baatr
aaf m kf Irnnr r tbew if Oat
Mar M7 yaata ttv ll tfc aaaM a4 HGxiU UsaT
arlwcw uU ifi (ttit lan4 a Saate Soa. A U3
nfff atafnaaa(tftaat4 Kaatrea4 HaxA aar
VM z)i tfinxl iiiiiuii la rtt4 eaan aaa1
nfgednt LlrVi xn aaaimti-rn akaaU M
il to at aMa B. T. BTKBT.
3G. W. BAILEY,
TtzJ&cfjtx, Or2e U9t ao
HAVIXaT tw ta'cat afjrrf JU. f rrrrj Tm
afeto te!Vautiaa ewaaay. a tries ymkaSj a-
aaUataeaaiaa ai axal ac aa t UXJZ
' aa iltOmtT. I wrt Sud Sv pu mtiStr
f f ilt Lm 4 tt I S. tat Hiaaatat.
Tr vmt.m 7jUt taawrr ar SUm Uacarauatf.
lartanSf mrutm 9t to tka jjet. at am
Watoi Ua4 rkaas n aba aVriaarst at WafVcflaa.
SHEEP DIP LEAF TOBACCO
And 50 barrels Solphsr. Ala Surry
Tens of Salt, all at lort price.
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JOHN R. FOSTER & CO.
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& 1 1 i- - av. Maaa Caacnl Cenii
-wlaV li;nlai tiiiit r"T. tn
arl W r af avV run 2J.
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,Krtta.iwtfa-)illH I na gerp.
aa akw aaanai faoaf aaa te to u rrra. aa
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ala aaaaar y
taaat lartttfCMU afa uliaqiVr C W taai
watcaaC SW i
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ucoa res. co.
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ri B 111 St Mrr. aAwrvaaa a m& a iarja
aX aa)M a Jl V sU at afc aarr Want t-wi
WILL BE TOONP"
A Ltrre aad
M we4 . ,
tos-k of li
ami Oils a
aad ia full
Also a large assortment of
toys, fancy goods and musical
instruments which wilt be sold
Very low lor Cask.
Jas aUiatl. a. . Sae.
Livery Eecd and Sale Stable.
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yiawuaen ef J. W. IWaauxJ
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kiet far k aeeaaaAtatam af U rcVdt, Va
st ut tot -tv" mr kt u r4Ma.
BUGGIES AND HACKSl
itTita zxiar r tit
Horns bearded fcy th9.day'or--amk.
Aba IUT ia4 GSAlX tsr ol.
TONSORIAL - - ARTIST.
Jtitn Strttf, Pendliien, Own.
Hair MUtac, S&ittac
as4 Uira kair -
Snt. ftttxtol aaa
Pendleton, - - - Oref.
Keeps on hand the same good old klad
Oa Uais Stmt, erfca rvaMSe.
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JjJUajl. I3JrT'tT maJabr aar arorttr X
ftisr art. nstit la -or oar Vxaiswa. rariKalan
xaiaaerlM a-orth i Op toprwytwr rfitav,
at Uu teuaca. A&&ta Snxao a Ox, rorUanAV
cat ilra rli)tta
of aaiatat vry
anal aaaasjiaMt ta
jliabl.to AStY 1'ERtOM coMtnaiatai
toe tn vtrrnaa(.ur jr timet nt f
irnittl, VaisttT or .tsrlrntturnl anc Va
taarvdon a UraMraJ. ikrwt aaaw
lu lit rrwolr vnrta of tai tVrrttW-.
and harr. th tw i i rrrTl mi n n r i jj.
n iitH ribrrtaiioa. or nf rurruiaww
many rlatiutaaT to Jinw matt a artC
or ju rt as rnt. a
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fKClL rrii5i .ti.tt ATIBA
oar areola to alt auanUlaS at trliwlaJnK,
Jrlr. tn nnnHtltle to. xlt. SCrtfaX
tiat Aailoiutl llanU. CUl-a;a.
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