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About Heppner gazette. (Heppner, Morrow County, Or.) 1892-1912 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1892)
Here and There.
T. W. Ajers, Jr., for drugs. 68 sw
Quzette on Thornton's counters. Price
S oeuts. tf.
Dhii Zeller, tbe coutraolor, tot iu
Je Keeuey gut over from Pendleton
Mr. Clinton and wife arc down from
J. W. Kern & Co. will hang paper at
10 cents per roll. 80.3,
John W. Doak is back from Portland,
feeling much better.
. The Gazette shop is prepared to exe
cute fine job printing.
A. H. Hooker, of Eight Mile, dropped
in on us Wednesday.
Daily stage both ways between Monu
ment and Long Creek. tf.
Mrs. J.J.Roberts is prepared to do
all kinds of plain sewing. 65-tt
8wampo, a Leon 2-year-old, was down
from the Matlock ranch yesterday.
Mrs. Tillie Crow and daughter left
thia morning for their Astoria home.
On the 26th inst., the I. O. O. F. boys,
of Hardman, will have a grand supper.
Mrs. Margaret Von Cadow is in Port
land, having gone below Saturday laBt.
Grandma Matlook is quite ill, but at
last accounts was thought to be better.
Mrs. Cbas. Kirk is over from Baker
City visiting her friends and relatives
Bud Ingraham, Cliff Jones and Frank
Vaughn were visitors from Eight Mile
Geo. Swaggart fays cattle are fully a
month ahead in flesh this spring, as 00m
pared with last.
Gid Hatt's bird house in Ihe barber
shop window attraots some attention
from the passerby.
Pup Simons & Son still shoe horses
and do general blacksmithing at the old
stand Matlock corner. 55.
Gooseberry wants the Eight Mile mail
route on to Lone Hi ck, to extend by the
way of Gooseberry.
Miss Long, of Portland, will leoture
here in the near future for the benefit of
the Episoopal church.
"The Parlor," W. F. Ruark, prop., in
the City hotel, west Bide of Main street.
Neatest place in Heppner. sw
0. Ruhl has added a stock of oysters,
canned and fresh fruits, all kinds of nuts,
oiuars. tobaccos, etc. 69 sw
Pure as ohildhood and harmless as
dew drops Wisdom's famous Robertine
once tried always used.
John KasmuR, with the aid of crutches,
was out on our streets Wednesday, for
the first time since he was hurt.
How is your liver? Needs toning up
of oourse. English Dandelion Tonic is
a specific for all such troubles.
Ed. Coppner, of Lone Rock, was in
town over Wednesday night, on his way
to Portland to buy goods for his store.
Work will commcnoe Monday on the
Buttermilk canyon road, and will be
completed by wool hauling time. Good !
G. C. Calviness, J. Hainey and F. Bur
rows, three representatives of the lone
country, called on the Gazette yesterday.
Hiyu ketchuin whiskers. GidHattat
the oity barber shop the plaoe to get a
first-class shave, hair-out or shampoo, tf
Towns Mathews, Andy Til'ard and
Mike Kenny have made the biggest
lambing this year of all their experience.
Call on Lishe Sperry, down at the
Belvedere, when iu town. Keeps on
hand a fine Btock of liquors and cigars.
Rev. Jas. Howerton, of Fossil, will
oommenoe a series of meetings at Goose
berry next Saturday evening. All are
Jesse Smitherman, of Austin, Mo., ar
rived on the 7th inst. He will locate at
Fux after a month's visit in the Heppner
L. D. Boyed, the Heppner bnilder,
baa received the contract for erecting
Henry Heppner's new building on the
old Pioneer hotel site.
The Buchler beer, 5 oents per glass, at
the Columbia Beer Hall, Osmers &
Hughes, props., next door to M. Lioh
tenthal & Co.'s shoe store. aw tf
Salem Statesman: Mrs. Z. M. Parvin
went to Portland yesterday to meet her
daughter, Mrs. J. M.Brown, of Heppner,
who will spend the summer in this city.
Newer and neater quarters at the
Palace Hotel's north business room.
Charley Jones, the baber, wants to see
his old friends there. Baths in oonneo
tion. James M. Hager and family have gone
op to Pendleton to live on their reserva
tion lands. Mr. DundaB and family will
look after Mr. Hager's Willow creek
P. O. Borg has just reoeived a $1,000
stock of jewelry. As his stock is already
too large, will Bell that on band at great
ly reduoed prices for the next sixty
Dr. Grant's Syrup of Wild Grape is
made from the Oregon wild grape root,
now conoeded by eminent physicians to
be the most powerful alternative known.
See ad. in this issue. tf
Now that Henry Heppner has decided
to build another brick, he should add
another story for an opera house. Mr.
Heppner is just enterpaieing enough to
carry suoh a projeot to consummation.
Settlers who filed timber-culture or
pre-emption claims on railroad land in
1883 or 1887 can recover their fees by
applying to Frank H. Snow, U. S. Com
missioner, at Lexington. Bring yonr
filing receipt. 435-tf.
Th murderers of Wm. Humbert, Wm.
and John Bailey, of Bullv creek, Mal
heur, at last accounts were in serious
danger of lynching, requiring the sheriff
of that county, assisted by oompany F,
of Baker City, to keep the peace.
Those about Heppner who are fond of
the delightful and exciting sport of
spearing salmon will be pleasea to learn
that the barrier at Lexington has been
removed, and the silvery beauties of the
Colombia oan now push forward even
to the Bloe mountains.
E. O.: Persons sending mail to Foster,
the disoontinned postoftlce near Echo, in
this county, may be interested to know
that an office by that name has lately
been established in Linn county. All
mail addressed simply "Foster, Oregon,"
will be sent to the latter place.
Yesterday's "chinook" stirred up a
good many carloads of daet and other
rubbish from the top of Cunningham
hill, leaving some of it in onr streets and
the remainder in the eyeoof pedestrians.
It was a regular "Washoe sepbyr," as
ihe world call it down in Nevada.
Abtists' Materials. For all kinds of
artists' materials, etc.. go to Smith &
Williamson, May street. The only full
line in town.
With Hut lew Exceptions the
WENT IN BY ACCLAMATION.
Not a Riuale Dlsturlwil Their Peaceful Course
Instructed for Judt'e Urailshaw-The
Ratification Last Mght--Notes.
The demooratio hosts of Morrow
county met in the court house yesterday
morning at 10:15 and were oalled to
order by Frank Kellogg, chairman of the
oounty central oommittee. E. G. Sloan
was chosen temporary chairman. Ed.
Hallow-ay, D. A. Herren, W. P. Snyder
and J. J. McGee were placed in nomi
nation for temporary secretary, but all
deolined except Mr. Holloway, who was
chosen by acclamation.
The ohairman then appointed the fol
lowing committees: Credentials, B. L.
Akera, Dry Fork; W, A. Johnson, Gen
try; Towns Mathews, Alpine; Luther
Huston, Eight Mile; W. C. Owens, Lex
ington. Order of business, 0. A. Rhea,
Mount Vernon; J. J. MoGee, Hardman ;
John Hughes, Mount Vernon. Resolu
tions, Henry Blackman, Mount Vernon;
Hiram Tasb, Hardman; J. C.Thomp
son, Lexington. Organization, G. O.
Muir, Lexington; Frank Gentry, Gentry;
W. P. Snyder, Dry Fork.
The convention then adjourned till
1:30 p. m.
Chairman Sloan rapped the convention
to order at about the appointed time. In
the absence of Ed Holloway, temporary
seoretary, D. A. Herren was asked to
act in that capacity.
The oommittee on credentials reported
the precincts represented as follows:
Heppner Wm. Hughes, D. A. Herren,
W. J. McAtee, N. McBee and Thos.
Mount Vernon C. A. Rhea, E. L.
Matlook, H. Blaokman, John Hughes
and J. A. Thompson, the last named
Gentry E. G. Sloan, W. A. Johnston,
J. J. Roberts, Frank Gentry and W. G.
Lexington J. C. Thomson, W. C.
Owens and N. J. Hale, the last gamed
Eight Mile Luther Huston, James
Inskeep and Perry Snyder.
Dairy J. J. MoGee, Ben Luelling, Hi
Tasb and Sam Meadows.
Alpine G. P. Muir and Allen" Evans.
Pine City Towns Mathews and R. L
Lena Jas. Pearson, Andy Tillard and
Cecil Robt. Sayer and Ed. Holloway.
lone Thos. Carl, Dave Lipsoomb
and Reub Sperry.
Dry B'ork J. W. McGonigall and B.
Matteson Chas. S. Kirk and Ben
Wells Springs J. O. Warmoth and J.
Castle Rook T. J. Teeters.
J. C. Thomson asked that W. C. Owens
be allowed to oast the vote for N. J.
Hale, and C. A. Rhea allowed J. A.
E. G. Sloan was chosen permanent
chairman, but about that time some one
suggested that the report of the commit
tee on permanent organization might
better settle the question of permanent
officers, so it was read. It recommended
that E. G. Sloan be the permanent
ohairman and D. A. Herren permanent
seoretary, which was adopted. W. A.
Johnstou wus chosen as assistant secre
tary. Mr. Sloan, in a few well chosen words,
thanked the convention for the honor
conferred upon him. Mr. Herren also
made a few remarks of like nature.
The report of the committee on order
of business was read, which suggested
that it be taken up in the following
order: Representative, oounty judge,
sheriff, clerk, treasurer, commissioner
(four-year term), commissioner (two-year
term), school superintendent, assessor,
surveyor, ooroner and five delegates -to
the democratic state convention. The
report was adopted and committee dis
charged. The oommittee on resolutions pre
sented the following, which was adopted
Whereas, The Hon. W. L. Bradshaw,
of The Dalles, Wasco county, has ably
presided as oircuit judge for the past
year in Morrow oounty and has ever been
courteous, accommodating and affable in
all his legal transactions with the people
and members of bis profession; therefore,
Resolved, That this oounty convention
recommend that the seventh judicial dis
trict nominate him on the demooratic
ticket for cirouit judge and the delegates
to the state convention nse all honorable
means to secure his nomination.
J. C. Thomson,
The convention then got down to busi
ness. J. C. Thompson's name was pre
sented for representative, and there be
ing no other oandidate in the field
be was chosen) by acclamation. Then
followed the nominations of Julius
Keithly, county judge; Geo. Noble,
sheriff; J. W. Morrow, olerk; J. W. Mat
lock, treasurer; J. M. Baker, commia
sioner, four years; Allen Evans, com
missioner, two years.
For school superintendent, W. P. Sny
der, Chas. Royse and R. W. Turner were
placed in nomination. The vote stood,
Snyder 7, Royse 7, Turner 30. Mr. Tur
ner was declared the nominee for school
The contest for the assessorship was
oDened ud by placing in nomination J.
J. Roberts, of Gentry, Bob Shaw, of
I Pine City, and T. J. Carl, of lone. The
! vote stood: Roberts 8, Sbaw 24, Carl 11.
1 Mr. Shaw was declared the nominee.
I D. H. Jenkins, of Dairy, was chosen
! by acclamation for surveyor, as was T.
i W. Ayers, Sr., for ooroner.
I TUB DELEGATES
, To the democratic state convention were
the next to be disposed of. On motion,
an informal ballot was taken, in place of
direct nominations. The following was
H. Blackman, 3'J ; C. A. Rhea, 40; T.
J. Matlock, 41; Wm. Hugbes, 41; Thos.
Quai.I, 42; T. J.Carl, 1; Frank Kellogg,
1; W. 1'. Snyder, 1; E. L. Matlock, 1;
1). A. Herren, 1; Gov. Rett, 1.
On motiou the five huving the highest
number of votes were chosen. Tbe del
egates, therefore, will be H. Blackman,
C. A. Rhea, T. J. Matlock, Wm. Hughes
and Thos. Quaid.
J. W. Morrow then presented a form
of acceptance under the new ballot law,
for candidates to file with clerk.
Heppner, Gentry and Mount Vernon:
G. W. Rea and W. A. Kirk, justices; J.
J. Roberts and Tom Morgan, oonstables.
Eight Mile and Dry Fork: W. P. Suy
der, justices; B. L. Akers, constable.
lone, Oeoil and Castle Rook: Robert
Sayer, justice; Reub. Sperry, constable .
Matteson and Dairy: C. M. Hogue,
justice; Frank Cramer, constable.
Lexington and Wells Springs : W. ('.
Owens, justice; Frank Deos, constable.
Pine City, Lena and Alpine: T. D.
Mathews, justice; R. L. Beard, constable.
Lena, Jas, Pearson; Alpine, G. P.
Muir; Wells Springs, L. M. Hill; Dry
Fork, J. D. Ball; Pine City, G. W. Vin
cent; Eight Mile, Jas. InBkeep; Lexing
ton, J. C. Thomson; Mount Vernon, Tom
Morgan; Gentry, J. W. Morrow; Hepp
ner, T. W. Ayres, Sr.; Ceoil, S. White;
lone, D. W. Lipsoomb; Castle Rock,
Wm. Mellis; Matteson, J. C. Kirk;
Dairy, J. J. MoGee. J. W. Morrow
was ohosen chairman of the oommittee.
The convention then adjourned.
The "little giant of Eastern Oregon,"
Senator Blackman, was "in it" up to his
The "tall syoainoreB" of the convention
were John Hughes and Ed. Matlock,
though the representatives were all
more than average in height.
Considerable euthusiasm was exhib
ited after each seleciion was made, and
the favored, without exception, expressed
The candidates all filed, immediately,
tbe necessary papers of acceptance with
the oounty olerk. Remember, republi
cans, if you don't do tbia before May 6th,
it will invalidate your nominations.
Blanks oan be procured at the Gazette
J. J. Roberts and Chas. Royse were
evidently not ohosen as candidates for
the ollioes, respectively, assessor and
school superintendent, from the fact that
it would weaken the ticket by having too
many candidates from Heppner.
T. W. Ayers, Sr., being selected as the
candidate for ooroner, settles one thing,
that it will not go out of the family, as
his son, T. W. Ayers, Jr. is the oandidate
for the same office on tho republioan
Quite a number of republicans were
present to see the fun.
When the alliance have selected their
ticket, then the oounty oampaign will
have fairly opened. It oonvenes at Lex
ington on the 21st inst.
The delegation to tbe state convention
are representative men of their party,
and, no doubt, will oapture a few of the
"plums" while below.
The two local papers, as well as the
Oregonian, were represented at the re
A big jubilee was held last night at
the oourt bouse, the candidates and oth
Very few delegates "went democratic,"
except by a small majority.
Our Schools. From Superintendent
Saling's annual report we glean tbe fol
lowing regarding Morrow's sohools : Tbe
number of children of school age, be
tween 4 and 20 years, are 1,486, about
evenly divided, male and female; total
enrollment of that age, 1,026; number
not attending any school, 416; number
attending sohool outside of their respec
tive districts, 44; estimated value of
sohool grounds, $16,730; value of sohool
furniture and apparatus, $3,197; insur
ance on Bame, 86,275; average salary
paid male teachers, per month, $48.46 ,'.';
average salary paid female teachers, per
month, $43.38; salary per month paid
school superintendent, $40: whole num
ber of organized distriots, 58; whole num
ber reporting, 53; average number of
months taught, 4 4 Stbs; number of
obool houses, 43; number of Bcbools
having Webster's unabridged diction
aries, 12. It would be well for our peo
ple to compare tbe superintendent's sal
ary with that of tbe teachers of the
county. A superintendent should be a
practical teaoher, and isn't it a little in
oonsistBnt to expect him to work for $40
To Correspondents. The Gazette
would deem it an espeoial favor if cor
respondents would not nse our columns
to "rake some person over the ooals." Of
oourse, when Ihe thing is etarted, it is
probable that the person or persons hurt
will want to strike back. This is not
pleasant for the proprietors of the paper,
nor in no oase does it do any good. It
is our earnest endeavor to keep out all
personalities, but as we do not always
understand the conditions of the various
neighborhoods, or tbe fnll import of
every item written, it is difficult to cull
out what is not suitable for publication.
Social Doings, Monday, a goodly
number of tbe lady friends of Mrs. Thos.
Danner, gathered at her home in Hepp
ner, to indulge in tbe old fashioned pas
time of carpet rag sewing. Oneot the im
portant features of the occasion was tbe
elegant dinner. After dinner tbe Jadiea
in a group tried to smash Mr. Danner's
camera, but tbey were not successful, as
I it was a good machine and bad been
I tried before. The ladies say they had a
i"barrel of fun;" we all know that Mrs.
I Danner is a splendid entertainer.
DREsKMAKrNa. Mrs. W. Warren
wishes to announce to tbe ladies of
Heppner and vicinity that she is now
nrepaied to do dressmaking and would
j be pleased to see her old customers at
! her new dressmaking uarlors. ove'Horay
; Bros', butcher shop. 475-82 t.
H. Blackman & Co.,
General Merchandise !
WE ARE STILL SELLING OUT our stock of Gener
al merchandise, but to make it more complete, we have
purchased a stock consisting of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Furn
ishing Apparel, Etc.,
That will be sold at greatly reduced prices for cash only. Call
and investigate and we will be pleased to wait on you. No
trouble to show goods.
Pioneer Brlcic store, - plain street, Heppner.
O VQNDERFUL REMEDIES!
, THE GREAT DYSPEPSIA CONQUEROR.
' Will positively cure Dyspepsia
cure nr money refunded. Retail price, 11.00.
Dr. Gkant's Kidney ani Livkr Cuke. For
the cure of Brfeht's Disease, Diabetes, Bilious
ness, Hick-Headache, and all Kidiiyy troubles
EETAIL PKICE, $1.00.
Dr. Gkant's Syrup of Wild Gkape Root.
The great blood purifier ami Bystem tonic.
Purely vttable, and is the product of Oregon
Soil. Retail price, $1.00.
DR. GRANTS NATIVE DISCOVERY.
Tlie Great Female Remedy !
For the cure of diseases ami complaints peculiar to females. Re
tail price, one dollar.
SOLD UNDF.K A POSITIVE GUARANTEE.
Prepared By The O. W. R. Manf. Co.,
3XS Front Street. Portland, Oregon.
For Sale by all Druggists. 474-lyr-f.
rlHE FLACK TO Bl'Y IS AT
A COFFIN & McFARLAND'S !
Coffin & McFarland cun give you bargains in
anything. Say, a car load of Oliver Chilled
J'lows, consisting of GttnH, Kulkey and Walking
Plows, to arrive soon. But don't forget that
we ean supply you with anything you want,
In Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware and Tin ware,
at wholesale and retail.
COFFIN & McFARLAND,
In the National Hank Building,
The Clydesdale Stallion
Tpi f t rr& Yodno Top Gallant is a Dark Dappled Bay, with
Vrz. t-"bite in face; both hind feet white; weight about
2,000. Was sired by "Fear Not (2100)0. S. J3. of Great Britain; Dam, Nell (1680),
by old Lord H addon (8572) 0. 8. B. of Great Britain.
Season, $10. Will insure the mare with foal and if not with foal this season,
will bread tlie season of Wfi free of charge In the mean time if I should sell my
stallion and the mare be not with foal, I will refnnd the $10. Those breeding oau
have service of stallion till October 1, "J2 by coming to my residence. Will wait
till Oct. 1, ''J2 for the money if oustomers so desire.
D RIGOLOT is a blaok with blaok mane and tail, 17 handa
INSCRIPTION . ni(,n lD(j wngh about 2.000 pounds ; is of a kind, gentle
disposition, and a good traveler. Was foaled May 10, 1SH6.
P KIGOLOT was sired by Caleb (3,796), be by Paul, belonging
1 EDIGRLE. to M. Dubois; dam Cocotle, (10,407), by Polydor, (7731), be by
Paul, belonging to M. Dnbois. Has been duly entered for registry iu Vol. V, of
tbe Percheron Btnd Hook, of Amerioa, and his recorded numW is HfiiH. Was im
ported in 187 by McNanght, Franklin A Co., of Leiington, Ills.
THEA W )S 812, payable at the end of tbe season. Insurance of mare
KRMS. with foal, 813, payable when such is known to be tbe case. Insur
ance of colt 820, payable wueu ooll stands and sucks.
111 Care will be Taken to Prevent Accidents hut will not
be Jlesponsible should anif Occur.
BROWN & YOUNG,
I 80-1 to 6 T.
1 his space Keservea
Miss Inez Voruz . .
Leadinir Milliner . .
and flit its kindred nilmentH.
Db. Grant's Wonder Oh.. The great rheu
matic cure. Retail price, 50c.
Db. Grant's cholera and Diarrhoea Cure.
Retail price, f0
Dr. Grant's Mauic I'ain Cure. The great
household remedy ; an Internal ami external
remedy. Retail price, 25 cU.
Will Htand the Season attlia Following; Places:
On Mondays and Tuesdays, Morrow Sta
ble, Heppner; Wednesdays and Thurs
days, Tom Burnett's Stable, Lexington;
balance of time at my ranch, 5 1-2 miles
southeast of Heppner.
This Fine Stallion will make the ensuing
Season, Commencing April 15th,
at the Ranch of
J. S. YOIXLVG,
One ami one-hall niilen wv.Kl of Klght Mile Center.
EIGHT MILE, OKEQON.
ability of not finding standing room in
our big store. Ynu should inn,uently
visit us and be among the many sneress
fm bargain hunters, sometimes we buy
great drives and they are sold before we
can advertise them.
ability of getting "stuck" on some infer
ior or back number article if you insist
on trading at some fossilized establish
ment where cobwebs are thick and the
hide of the proprietor thicker. Moral.
Trade at Minor Bros. Modern and Model
General Merchandise Store.
ability of getting left if you don't heed
our words. We speak nought hut the
truth. It iB not only unfair, but unwise
ami unprofitable to deceive.
Yours to please,
Baker :: and :: Confectioner,
MAY STREET, HEPPNER, OR.
Fresh Bread, Pies, Cakes and Confectionery.
WEDDING AND PARTY CAKES
Made on Short Notice and at Popular Pricks.
9ST Bread 22 Loaves for $1.00.
yHE QITY HOTEL,
W. J. LISBKKH, l'rop.
rpHIS HOSTELRY lias been Refitted and Rkfdnisiiei throughout, and now
is one of the moat inviting places in Heppner.' Mr. Leezer invites ynu to stop
with him, feeling that be is able to entertain you in the beet of style.
O. E. I'ARNSHWRTIf, Pra. E. (I. KPERRV, Viet. PreK. B. R. II1M0P, Trratnrt.r.
T. E. FELL, Secretary and Manager.
The Morrow County Land fe lfust Company
CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000.00. PAID UP, f2r,,000.00.
him Commission and Forwarding Agents
DEALERS IN GRAIN, LUMBER, WOOD.
&perativg Warehouses at Heppner, lone and Douglas, on the.
Heppner Branch of the U. P. li. It.
J. A. Thouiimon, i. A. Herren,
Eilwanl l)tiv, Wm. IVulaiul,
Thcron K. Fell, W. K. Klllott,
O. K. FarnuworHh,
Kd. R. Bishop,
Kil. M. ;ox,
J. E. Krlck,
J. A. Wuolury,
O. T. Doughu,
IT 18 the purpose o( the ntockholilers of tlila company to conduct lta bimluem In a manner
mutually wlvantageiiUB to all wiail ami grain produi erK o( tlila at'ctlon, ami to maintain tho
favorable home market which II ban ratabllahnl. During the coming wool Heawin we solicit
the buHinesH of all wool growers and request them to send their ollp to the "Wool Growers'
''Havi'uKeiilarRed the Heppner Warehoime, and roofed all nlatforms, we have dnubletho
Btorage capacity of any other warehouse In Eastern Oregon, well lighted lor the display of wool
"The Wool Growers' Warehouse.'
NAILS AND SUa All. I TOMATO KETCHUP fc HAMMERS
PEARL BARLEY AND PADLOCKS. CANNED UOODS & AMMUNITION.
Strauge Combinations to be Found Only at The Combin
ed Grocery and Hardware Htore of
P. C. THOMPSON COMPANY,
Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Confectionery Wood &
Willow Ware and Agricultural Implements. Agents
for NEW HOME Hewing Machines and IMPERIAL
LUMBERMAN TOOLS A SPECIALTY.
Table Cutlery, Hhears, Scissors, Pocket Knives, and Itazors at
Remarkably Low Prices. Kpeoial inducements to Cash Uus
turners. One us a trial.
tf. Corner Main and Willow Streets, Heppner Or.
SWEETS, FIRST IN OYSTERS, FIRST
In the Hustle with their Countrymen.
Tlx 3 Heppner
Five doors North of the Palace Hotel, Heppuer, Or.
Fine Imported and Domestic Cigars and Tobaccos
Fresh Fruits and other Goods Received Dailij.
I'. C. ThomnKoli,
John L. Aye,
A, B. ChaPmau.
n. A. Miny,
I Board per week
1 Board per week with room