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DALLAS, OREGON; SiiTUUDAY, SEPT 21, 1872.
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Class M;i .17-inc. Its articles are ot the bi-j;hei
n'mresl t ajl. Uteuebirs wHat v.- are and how
t nuke the most "of ottr.-teUe. The inf. na
tion it ent:iJiirtii thft L iwsf Lite nnd. Health
4 WCJ w.inh the pro-t of the M a sai ne tn cv rv
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or will furni-h the Phrkn i .uoicai. .No vi.
nwl' Orkoov llKffBi.icAH'loyvitVfr;" for. $t "0
We c oiHiiend the JvVKWV ail w!ig wa.l;t
jo.id M i"aiine. " :
;it.NT'J it IIITS.
' 'With a woitileilul z st for something
in f;i:iioiis to s:iiily tln-ir tnotliitl tlt-siti'
for mi.chiaf,'tu& (jCiiuL fuijiri cirenU
t-l the uhiinl story thif tin- lil'urjt
y inditl .lc !'or Vice Pn .siiK tit, 1J-'iratz
lildA'll. U'.iS 'hoozy at th. (iillilil'IMC
Wtcnt of' V tie College ar New Uiven.
itoru'ctic.iit, recently. IJtit sf soui a
f was denigd. hy ministers, t lovertotr",
c.iiitots ami olhers who were present
with Mr. Brown, t'e (Jraotitcs thetn
ft lves j;:tve it Ui. leti the tneni.tl it
tjhe ImjIcI? on whose aullioilty the I -re-K-d,
rejmiiitel the st itetn -nt pnh-
lished. Bui of (I rant's notui'toti-
t i ... . . ' : i :
tirnnsenness we m"u ik.iuhi iu m-
papers. llavinir cho-etl a m:m known
to be intemperate and incompetent' for
the position of IVesident. so (Slant
men are stopped from denying or
questioning his immoral habi's.
The New York papers a short tine
fetDce published s me interesting cor
respondence relating: to t'tc habits of
the i'resident. The correspondence
grew out of a letter from a Mrs. Buel,
a school teacher patronized by the
president, who pives the I'resident a
very pood character for sobriety Mrs.
Buel, evidently knew a little too much
of the President, for Iter letter was
tjeot by a leader of the temperance
party to the Rev. Oha-. W. Dennion,
editor of the National Harbinger, a
temperance oran, almost under (ir.mt's
pose, and asked .Ir. flennisuti to tell
the public "what ho knows about
President (5 rant's diinkii.p habits, just
the truth mul nolli'my hut tic truth "
to this Mr. DentiUon made the follow
np reply. Hgic e m--,y dd that
the name of Charlc W. I i:i.ni.on h;!
been identified with the cm-e of
temp'craiice for thirty years, and his
Statements wherever be is known,
sre taken without question. The f.ets
in the following letter I'res'nlent (jrant
will not attempt o disprove, for rcuson
o!vious on their face.
OFFICE OF IDE NATIONAL IT A K IXC K. It. 7
AVamiingtox I). C. July, 30, l.s72. J
My Dear silt: l am this motninp
i receipt, of your letter f the 28th
'inst.. askjnp for the exact truth with
Tcyard tu the dr'utkinp habits of Presi
dent (Jrant. In jiivmp you the infor
mation of the facts that are known to
exist in. this important national matter
allow tno to prqinie that, I have always
at all times and places been a friend of
our chief! magistrate. I was One of
from his command iff- the West tl.n
irontoi mcninonu, i wrofe a uomc oi j oF poverty ate too often forced to cu
ius life, known as " I he Tanner Boy,' ' jUIL. '
. which had a wide circulation. I was
anxious to vindicate htm on the tcm-
perance question, and wes ofid on his
coming to Washington, to learn tltfil,
for otie year iiumediafely preceedini:
.and -ctinnccbcd ; vitlr his inauguration,
he altntist abstained from the habitual
use 6f strong drink. It was during
'this period, that' he wa recognized in
the manner spoken of by 'he excellent
woman, (Mr?. M;iry J. It. Buel), to
whom you refer in your letter
But I regret to be under the neccs
bity of informing you that an unfavor
able change has come.over the personal
. habits of President Grant in , this ro
f pect. I am solemnly bound in honor
to say, from the facts which I have
pnsressiuu, mat no temperance man can,
support Itivi, It cannot ba (It Died ia I
Washington that he has. on r-everal ;
occasions been seen midcs the influence ;
ut ):j'Mir. . The times a-ud. places, ao-1
he specified ifi the v ar demanded. '
The parties vjUoh,nv seen Uiu. i. tl)i&
ctind.tien can tit- produced. In a Con
versation last winter, with, Senator WiU
on, that pentieman.sjiid to ne. ' Presi
dent Grunt drink tm .i7;'aud.:oiicil
tlyxt vrth the retipirk." I have -told hiiu
so." Sen-'or. Wilson will not deny
this fact. Many similar facts can be
adduced. A oentleu ait well and favor
aldy known iu Wahiiipton.. otjj who
has lonr oecu; ied a nsitiou at- th
n ttional cif ifal. informs ih that on the
niht iinine iiati ly following the last
lreaf. speech, uf S-:jator Svunjtier,. two
ropeclable citizens Were Wnlkinir tn
iri tber in Jat kson Square, encountered
President (Iraut. lie was iu, a state of
iuioxieaii'ii. His hit was slouched,
over bis eyes ; he had ti. lighted, cipar
iu his mouth, and was stuL'etitit; aloupv
ntuttcriii.i; to hiuiself.. The najne.s of
these partic are at command. Amtljn.r
Washiupton resident, ot uiiiuij eaehable
veracity, Iu.h alsj iutormed me, within
the ln.t tevy Lyi. that there is po-d
evidenue tor- staling, t'wat tUe real reason
why President Giant made t-uch a
bun ied exit f rom the capitil. for Jjon
Branch, when soiiU.ch public busiiifss
d' tnaudid his ntteutiorj, atl wUeU'scv
eial fvMtHlors and lli'piesttntati Vt-s wete
so bitterly disappointed at not meeting
him. acendinr to dppoirt meots he
h ui.se'f had tnid.-, was lbs; that, be
'was so much under the intunce of luj-
uor that he wa le t fit lor infeiicvs in
tile Mxeeutive itiaijsiou, Naiyes of re
"ponsille parlies are at hand who yrill
uif mifuic this sktcUtctif.. A scholar
ot e-lab!i die I reputation and fdh ner
d t h ir tcit r writes, witt-in a p'ttorf lime
past, to one ;f the mot l.u-jin(iy-lied
men id (he country on. this suPjct of
the drinJiiup habits of prciidetft (Irunt.
The letter is dated at Cambridpu. Mass ,
and i h:tvebienp rmitted tocopyfioin it
the I cfs th it are vb kuowtj to many,
tu uit ; tH.it I lie laX a4'oeaanee t
Pro Jib ni U,raut. in conmction with
the ex'rei.-es of Uarvartl University .
was such -is to ex eile a :ciierul ft tdinp ot
anxiety and disgust anion"; all- who
witnessed it. lie was cawetully olerv
d by those imundia'cly tuouud him.
atid the ;- erti of his inebriety cannot
An old resident of the city of Bab
tiniorc, Md.. only a few veeks ao,
aeeompanied by a party of friends
the Presidential Mansion, where on
beinp aduiitted to an audience with
President 0 rant, they found him to be
so mush under the infj.ueuee of liquor
that he immediately closed the
iuie'.view and withdrew. An oi$cer in
the civil service, nov a permanent resi
dent of Washington, Mates that durnr
one of his trips on a steamer from New
York to the Hast, President (i rant wn
known by several parties to. be. excited
by strong drink to a dis.:ustinr extent
Shou.d any of these facts be denied by
rcspte sible partiea, the proof will be
I lodueed. 1 am accountable u my
(Jod (r iht! ttuth of eery word 1
r mail., dear sir your obedient servant.
('HAS WlIKKf.F.ti. )K.M-iiN.
Ivli'or and P
Half ingel, W nfhiugioii, 1). 0.
J F. Y n 1 inton, Cai bendale. Pa.
I N T Iu II lis Tl X i I )1.A Lf HitU U.
The following conversation is said to
have taken place between a jovial son
of Kriu and Henry Wilson, a& the
(iratjt candidate for Vice President
was returning to his home fwm Indi
ana. The smi of Krin thought that the
papers were not felling the truth
about Wilson, and, ha would ask the
wouhLhe Vice President. The follow
ing is the result :
Son of Krin. Mr. Wilson, were you
ever a member of the Know-Nothing
Wilson. liorn in ertromn nnrertv
; !,av UI- ciljired ihe li;.rJ lot the m.uh
S. of K. But
Wilson. Bprn in
S. of 15. Were you. ever. a. Know
Not hing t
Wil-on. Born in extreme
S. of 15, (excited), Who cares
how you were born, were you a Kuow
Wijsnn. Uorn in -
& of 15, (more excited). 5ay yes,
or no, man, will you ?
S. of F. (walking off). Ihe divil
with you. It is my opinion you will
have to bo born again before you get
to be Yice-Presids-t.
HIiCOI.LUCTloXs OF JUAUttZ
ft was my fortune in early life to
'"ok upon many o' the leading states
l,('f1' or' tho "Id school of Amcrca,
fr,"- glorious ljlaak I),m" .Imvnw inl.
i ut I ciWftruJv s-iy th:;t I have nevei;
seen any other man who so impressed
lue as diil JLu'in 7. with a sense (f per
sonal pre. tne-s, inlel ectual power,
moral, lor-ce, ttnif 'strinirth-ff-tr hftrtr?rr.
('alio, and cuI'l'Ctcd under alt eifcum
ptatices. lie was always m ifi f of h'nt
tdf and of those arotirid him. Born
of the htimbl'st Aztec Indian parents,
he became a tipe scholar and lawyer
and lose ft) the hiphest position ifi hi
country, step by step, with a-tetds
pr. press, by the sh-er force of intelli
pent Mid hterlinp worth ; and never foi
st moment appeared to aliuw hi i.selt to
forpor his oripin. or lose siht of t!t
reat objects tf his ainSitioo, the el
ucaiion. eufuioehisemctii and elevation
tif his pi'oph. A i:ood citizen, a devo
ted husband and affectionate father, his
whole life was irreproachable ; and his
tory will do him justice, and write his
uamx aa atyonp tJiu greatest d the
8tutecmen of our day, and benefactors
of his race II is courage and foi titude
in face of danger and adversity were
wonderful. When Miram'u. the
vhjitjupioji of the clitirch party help
bim prisoner at (-iambi hijiru, tUe liber,
al forces catu up and made an assault
uu the city. , M truuiou went up to .In
are;, and odd hint t tint, if he did not
itujyt diatcly sio. au older to the com.
tii iiob r of hi- f orces to stay t'ne assault
on the mutant, hi; would have hiiu sbot
vyitlilu ten iniutitos. Uis r. ply wdl
live iu history : Wh.it is the life f
one ui:tn to the libitien id' . nation '(
Let I he a.saujt go on, yy !! U IU the
hands f my (lieit.ir! Mir.ituon
d red not shiHit him, and if well for
! him tlifit Ue di-tuot, fir the iti'i!t wj
-ucee-sl'ij. lit- ex. M;;iti n of MkiuhI
iati tut- been M verdv auimd vcrled
upon; liia a was Mint justoe, and
iiotntui; Hi ire. iximiitan.a ior i.ni
and a iiurpT, had laised the bliek fli-'.
placed a p.ee UfHni'the !.;.id oj 5 r '
and loitehi red 0.J' Mexican prisoners
of war in Cold blood. It was tor this
atloeity that he Wis Comb iniied. and;
executed. An officer who was present
when the Princess S ibn Salm and
Madam Mirumou attempted to kneel to
him, at S.m LuU Potosi. to plead for thej
three comlemed men Maxmiliam, Mir
ratnon and Mcj.ii, wild it.e that that;
was the only occasion on which he ever
saw hun all ele 1 to tears. Um veply
- W I
was,4' If they were personrJ cnumiesouly
I would forgive them iu a moment ; hut
the iiw has rightly condemned them
for murder, and justice must take its
course " His sub-'equent pardon of
Negrete, who had ofb-red a rew.-iio1 for
his assassination rov-l how easy it was
for to forgive a personal injury. I
chanced to be in the national palace, in
180D when the proclamation of e;
trrete, offering-a reward of S-Ti.OiJiJ for
the he id of .1 uarca Nujrote was then
iu revolt in the Sicrre of Puebht wis
brought in and spread before .In in a oh
ihe table. Mr. ! uarez re td it through'
without the slightest change of eouufe
nance, liihled a fies'i eiartito, and re
sunned the conversation on amnio v sub
ject(i without a single lemaik on the
atroeiou- d citment. before him A few
weeks later I w is there when Ii'iiaein
M' j::a.;iiiJ'ni-ter of war. cau.e ia with a
tel-or.ini Jinmnineing the vei orv of
Alatinii over the rebels, the fPpht of
, corete. and the tlispi r.-ion if his forces
Mr. J-uaicz inadis the simple remark.
' lvsta bium !" (It, is well.) and then
have or.ders for the woumb d of. both
sides receive the be.st. ms.siblu iittctwiou
and care. That man was a hero, if ever
one lived on earth ; and his death is a
Ifiss not ulone to Mexioo but to all man
kind Chicago tribune.
c;;t in r'
President Grant is represented as
saying to a New York Herald corres
pondent that he (the President), was
not anxious for a second term of office ,
but he consented to reeeive the nomina
tion because he thought it would be
the best way of uiseovering whether a
majority of his countrymen really did
believe all that had been alleged
against his administration und himself,
aud he thouoht that tho asperities of an
election campaign would furnish oppor
tunities for his po itieal opponents nipJ.
personal enemies to say all they could
again-t, hi m. ' '
Tno Htrald. is, not- satisfied with this
but reminds the President that in ihe
election of the ruler of a great nation
theteajo far more weighty co.iisidrca
lions to be entertained than the public
endorsement or coudemuatiou of the
j present iucumbcMt, aud thereupon pto-
ceeds, to read Ulysses a sharp lesson
after tho fuliowing fashion :.
W c submit f-o President fii uit that
if the issue invo'ved in thi- e-nup:iii:n
'a really so narrow and personal as he
seems to suppose, he shoabl at- un? rid
bimstdf of the policy and the politicians
who surround b'ni and suffer he pen-
pe f o iii etoe ne iiestnn upon tit own
merits alone. Let hint hmsejv the mil
itary grasp from the throat of the
Southern pet p'o. change his Cabinet,
drive fr-m him the ;omi-el'ors who
have leu. him intq nlj. sort. of d-itcuimas
ami break up his u ihary orps tit the
White 1L ti e. IX will, then stand in
th; position he ..eeiip t d when ihe na
tion bestowed ttpou him its higb,e'
hoie'is, four years ago. At present he
is hidden from view by the men wh
have eau-id lii ailtninis' rat.ou to f tlsi
f all the pn.fe s'nms t- uj tlc and ajl
the seiifiiueijs he pi o(et-d before his
election. In accept him ihe jieop'e !
mil-t accept Secretary I'isb, who li.t
tnide u.s I be laughing stuck of foreign
nations ; Secretary BoutweH who ha
striv.u to jdujtge th.e Southern States it
is tlire confusion us he has brought up
on us financially: the Coti" vvionul
politieiuus, who have sought to keep
alive the ha'ied and b ttcrue-s of the
war, and whose tuytto has been "Let
us have peace.'
m;t i orr:i n !:. i.
Speaking of ihji people of tlw South
ern Sntes, H oi (ialu.-ha A. (Jrow M
('., says : Wtien the people of one see
lion of the I nioit. despite the education
of their entire section, rally around, the
standird of u m.an' who l..r the mird of
i cetitury they have been taught to
hate i' thyii: d,e .idlicf iw?y give
the best eviih-nje tL.it w dtL thvJU. the an
uje.-i't' S of the p;W are buried fotvver.
If utt in this w jy. hw. then, is tha
Unin ever to be restored to peace and
Utirig. iceoiieiliation ? A victorious
patty in, a caimiv.-l ot tloud canuot in
Mhis a e ronveH itself iua :s. UAtl of
pcrp. tual hnfes When the vanquished
ar- icady to e!jsc lb, bloody cha.m
and bury f rcVer the auim s ti. s engen
dered in the tfeadly strife, icturning
over the ft aves if thdr oVad ojies, and
through tlte bittec tueuiories ot the
piLt to grasp in fraternal concord Un
hand of the victor, where is the f atri
o'isin that Wioild repel the proffered
oiler : 1:1 what othei vi.'.v ca.u wc ev
er t xpect to have one people, honiouc
neous in ideas and institutions, from the
(u!f to the hikes, and from ocean to
ot't an, with oni' f'nion and otic deslinv
tlW and foroves ?
HOW A lHi:sln. r is liLWCTKII.
The question is (.ften askttl how a
Pre.sid.etit s elected iu the event of no
choice by the people direct. As people
forget sticb details, we will brief ly de
set ihe the nwdtiit operandi
Pach State i entitled to as m.inv elec
tors for Picsident and Vice President
is it has. Senators. and Itejesiiitutives
Iu each St tfe the electors ar.e chosen
by plurality vote, that is. if there are
1 1 ice sets of electors voted for, the sci
having the highest, number of votes is
B it a candidate for President in or
der to e successful, must have a m i
j rity of all the electors. The elector
al e .lleoe as now eonsti'utetb consists
d .'117 ; l.J, thcrelote are iiccesar
for a choitre.
If there be three emdidifes for
Picsident and neither of tli'-m receives
a m .j rity of the c!ccto, j.,j coi L-e,t hc ti
1 ht re is no choice, atid the election goes
to the ll.iu.-e of Itepiesenta ivrt,
'Ihe Iloo.se must confine their choice
to the three lushest 'andidtites voted
for by the tdeetoi8. The Kepiesenta
fives vote by "Slates and each State
has but, one vote; so that the power of
De uwuro i,s as gieat as that of New
York. Each State has but one vote
A candidate, to be successful, must re
ceive a majority of all the States or
nineteen States, If the delegation is
divided tho vote of tho State eauuot be
cast, and is therefore lost.
As the present House is constituted,
and it is upon this House that the elec
tion will devolve in the event there is
no electiou by the people, nominally
the lwepublicans lipid, twenty States;
but its majority in. ten of these it holds
by the slender tenure of one single vote.
Should' there be a-Greeley, n,m 'found,
in two, of thse ten States, Gen. Giant
could not be elected. Ex.
Senator Trumbull slated, in his
spctch. ut Imlia.iaptdis on Wednesday
eveuing,that theie was "uiotwy enough,
squandered by office-holders under the
Federal Government every year to, buy,
a house and farm, audi give $14000 to
every man in, the Statu, of, Ijidianc,
and iiero arc 400,000 wcu. iu. that
PRQFftSSIOiVAL CARDS. i 0
n a i ic;k x c a a i c k.
S A L O 0 N.'
TIIR FIN'RT a'rAHTV OK
Wines. I.iqiff. Ale Portr. Cigars etc..
.. dif sensed nt this Temple f Baechus, Ajl
the State pnj.prs kepi on lite in the iw-ndim
root4- Uall arul jmjo hi'i, W.q Cliohan Pro.
W; H. RUB EL tt
DE N.TIS T
Has located in Dallas, ait sedy to
.it r fit -1 to all those requiring bis a .o-i.-tam?
Artiiii iaJ Teeth oi Lim cry tjjieot and bcKt
atirt'action guarMuteed, or no charges made.
Now is the time to rail on the iKetor.
Otl'i-e, otio.jsiitj Iiiicai i's piioiirapljic (lal
JOU J. I) A LY,
A Vy &l Con 11 se 1 1 c r a t -1 a w .
VA'tL VS Uiti:t;ox
Will practice in tii Courts of Hee"5inn& Tn
ciior Vout;t.,. C l!u-lions aiUude t in jjrjuiutly.
OFFICli Iu tb Coarl Ibmse.
J. a. GRUB3S, M. D.v
PHYSICIAN AXI SVIUI MO X,
Offers bis Services to the Citixcn Dall.i
0FFlCB-tL NiC HOLS' Puis Store.
J.Tl. SITES. M.D
tirvtrina wel Surgeon Dallas Oresoo
OFFICE at Rsidtnxe
ls CRE20LI2 ACAUKTIV
Will rditimciK't) tho academic year Monday
sept. 2J 1&J2, wita'a full cwrpj cj teacheM as
F-II. (JRITR. PftiHririu Mr,. L. A.
(iltt'lins, rnr-cerTRics, Mis. M. E. SMITH
Tea( 11 Kit of Mt .-n;.
Rates of tuition tin foliows.
Actnr.Mtc IIkp't $S 00
Kr.t.mi Hjiam iiks , f)
ttUMABY Llfcc'l $J iO
Pbkmh PtR Term ,2 53
I'KAWi.va .2 50
Mthic $12 00
I . JIII.MVA.V,
Attorney & Counscllor-At-Law,
Will pmcticc in all the Courts of the State. 1
k. a H5K.K.
C. II. HALL.
)IH. KISKF t IIAF.r,,
OFFICE-No 1 MOviRKS BLOCK,
rjljie h -ft of wine, liiinor. nle, porter, and
I TEMiPEK-AXCB CO It DIALS ahways on
h,oi.I. tin a Havana eiar.". Five re.t liiis; rooms
attaciied to the 8 il ioa. R. M. llcnu Pr.
LOOK! LOOK! !
IVOX T 15 It. . O It. f I, U.Y rfi f(N
ELLEN IALE: .STOItS,
IIa.ro jct reccired an iinoienits itock of
Boots and Shoes,
CiothlnjK Crockery aud Glassware
Ilrtrd ware, Groceries, Provlslons.ttc.
IRK-i?S GOODS. SAA.lIt'I.C, ICANCY,
A, DUX GOODS of oil kind,
Wlilpa they will sell cheap, Come aud
traf, tbtrir xrices
Tho highoprice paid for al? kinds country
MILLIONS of EQG3- and TONSof BUITER
Hotter, W.QrtU Co,
For every thing tn. tho GRQCEHY LIXTC
M. C. BRQWRTS,
ITe has qti hitivt Mt upplyr wliich l
oflers cheaper tiu a-ny othxr Store la UilliAJb,
It O R A D TS
All Style of Pictures ut the best Mainly
J. II. K IXC A I Dr
A VINO ALL LATE IMPROVEMENTS
lor tali iu;: picture,. I Ijiv.ita th paJxu-
:ir- ot ihe pntilic Please cait' at lu patfl
tiraphw- ttahi r-. Main strret, opposite Dr. U
lu ll's oilice. Dallas. Hf
DALLAS LIVER Y FEED & SALE
Ci. Ialn au1 Court Streets
Taps. Q. RLchciPatfi Ttoprtelor
HAVING PURCHASED THE ABTK
Stand of Mr A. H. Wbiileyi h t
tiited and re clocked it in. ?tun a manner aa
will saJufacorily uit twi wuuU e Lha com
lluggies. ing!e or double. Hacks, Con-
CorjO. avoirs, etc, ?tc,v
Furniehed at all hoar, diy or night, o
i bort notice.
Superior Saddle Horses, let by tb
Day or Yfe.k.
T. G. RICHMOND,
rl AVrNG Prn.CUA.SED A LARGE A!f D
g coturdete Stock of GENERAL. MKIU
CHANDIZ.E, cojutitir) ia part ' . m mr
And all article fouad iu a GENERAL VARI
ETY MORE. L would re?pectfullj call th
oUentioa of the Public to in? Eetablishment.,
ILigbsat Cash price paid for-
I UKS AND PELTRY;
R. A. RAY,
Eola, Po!k Co., Oja
MUSIC! MUSIC 1
ri'l commence his cla?Fe in toca! and in
V, LruicnUd music t tbe M E Church on.
the Lita-t M nday ia October uexi
Notice Iierrhy given that the partnenbip.
herctrlir existing: under the naaie of NicU-ol-
Coad ha Iteii disded. li e busiueta.
will hereafter bo continued under tbe firm of"
Nichols & Hyde. All persona knoa inj; thrua
Mlveitnlvbl d t the Id tirm, will Loae. callt
aud tietUe titbkr by note or coin.
ii V Nildlol!...
OF WORK AT TIIK LOWEST
LTV1NG PRICKS. CAN BE HAD
1JV CALLING ON.
raiJiK & RA nc:i,DR
STEAM JOB PRINTERS,
93 Pi out Street, Portland, Oregon.
ALAFOE ASSOUTMKMT of BLANKS
Circuit, County, and Jatiticc' Courts, eoa
.fifunttv on.hnndi A4w, Bunds, Ied(, Mortraj
ana uianKS ior nee in Jidiiarupicy eares
Byusin Letterheairf, billhe' b y?t r
lars, .muted Aivcbuus, eto. Give u !aall
wen i in your ordr. 4;J
OEO. n. JOMBS ) t. M. PATTKKtftlf.
Real Estate, Insurance.
' Prompt sttenti n
Jt W. wo ft.
Buena Ylr .J