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' SATURDAY, JUNE, 13. 1880.
i"'"'" .. ,..J. It Benson
"v.. K. Pennhvgton
liilimiw....;. .J. 8. White
:, .... I nrlesi Everts .
.......am........'. I Sperry
.. ....,.... 0 W. Webb
i IfalfUJmlDUT m..:J. V. Arnold
(wit.,,..k.M i .....Di J. B. lit rules y
: .. ....... ..J. HtKeley . .
,..L. 8. Wood.
,.L L. VaoWlnkle.
. B. HtktU,
. r. A. Worthingtoa,
j no. icmr
. SPECIAL NOTICE.
mmH Cltarrh. Saadfty School every Sunday
M 10:30, a. e, aad service U T, r. a., by Kev. J. D.
MoUaMMjr. ... .. .:.
aHlidlil Chare Sowtfc. Rev. E. P. Warren
pastor ; asrvtees bald la Um Baptist Church, on tba
second Sanaa of eecfl mourn, at 11 A. a. ana 7 r. M.
sfltaaxlai Oiw. Sorvfccs on the first Sunday of
Mtg month, 11, A. ., and 7 r. a., by Be, v. It.
4Pabytcrtasi (hark Rot. Root. Boyd pastor,
- cervices every wura nunoay ai i a. ana in
Vanaberlaasl PrcakyMrlaa Ckarch Bervicea
.every Monday at 11, A. e), and 7, r. a., Sunday school
at li, a., and services Ovary Wedneaday at T, r. a in
vaaiy nail, on water street, ky He E. w. Morrison.
aiaeta second and fourth Saturdays of
to, at J r. n. at the Masonic Hatt.
J. E. Jossa, W. M.
a. . . F. Weatan LoelKe.Xo. SSi
Meta every Thursday at 7:30, r. a., in
A. 4J. T. Itlae M .aetata Ledge No. 341.
ssseisovery aateiuay a ijm r. a.
.J i , 14VTAJ. UABEaW. .
.SUBSCSfBK for the Church and Home.
Rummer. The warm weather bring? can.
flrsae shoes aid eroqnet to the sarfsoe. ;
Gen. J. B. Wearer, of Iowa, ia the Presi-
ideatial nominee ef the . National Greenback
Got. Seymour, of New York, asserts eni
tphatically that he ia not a candidate for the
MlLUMRY. Ladies would do well to ex
lamia the a took of millinery goods at Miller
.at Sonne blsys.
TIES: Jaa. Yeaag ia employing; all the
team he east set to) delirer ties at Blue
euntaia Station. '
The Indiana Stat Demoeiatie Convention
have instructed their delegates to Cincinnati
in lavorof Hendricks. ,
Gooa-v- Squire Eastland, candidate for
(County Judge on the Division ticket, re
ceived 143 votes out of 191 east in his own
precinct. Quite a compliment to him.
It ia rumored that Grant has already eom-
jneneed the campaign of 1884.' The first
move is to beat Garfield. This is probably
4 be only part of the programme that will be
.curried out.' -
- In our county we have the anomalous eon-
'dltion of affairs that elected a Democratic
Assessor on the Republican ticket, and a Re
publican County Judge' on the Democratic
ticket. Verily,, things-are mixed.
WHATEVER may be said against Mr. Ar
Ahur, the Republican nomine for Vice-Pres
ident, it must be admitted that he poseesses
the Christian virtue of reauraation, and that
in the face of very grave charges.
Business. Weston is having a lively run
f business, wagons innumerably being on
our streets, travelers passing through to the
great territory in Eastern Washington, while
many of them cast their lot among us. New
buildings are springing up in every direction.
Rumors. The air is full of rumors of
crookedness in the count of th votes at Pen'
aileton. .There is something suspicious in the
manner of the departure of Mr. Jennings who
has been deputy clerk for a long time. Ex
planations and excuses ar in order.
Important. When you visit Walla Wall
te sure and call at the San Francisco Restau
rant on the north side of Main street. Messrs.
Brush & Cranston, the proprietors, spread the
best table in the eity. Don't fail to give them
a trial. Everything about the place is neat,
el can ami attractive.
Mabblk Works. D. J. Coleman, Walla
Walla, is proprietor of the Marble Works, and
prepared to furnish Head Stones,Monuinents
and everything e)se in his line, at reasonable
rates, B. F. Mansfield is agent for Center
ills and Weston, and is authorised to take
orders aud give receipts.
The Best Wat to KillSquibreu Pro-
ride yourself with a package of Holme' Svuir
ftl Pouon aad have all the boys and girls go
iter em. It will clean them out sure. Put
ajp in large packages aad is the cheapest and
best in the market. Made and for sale by H.
E. Holmes, Druggist, Walla Walla, or to be
bad flora your nearest Druggist. ,
W. G. Jameson. Watch-maker and jew
Wtr. comer Main and d fit. Walk Walla
solicits your patronage Having 17 years
practical experience and keeping competent
workmen is his employ, is prepacad to do
M watcli repairing, jwelry work, seal cut
ting ate, promptly and at maaonable prices.
Watches, Clocks, Spectacles always in stock
and sold cheaper than any other store in
AN0THEK HORRIBLE MURDER!
TMs time at Milton A Tonnr , Maa
Named Frank Prestos is Killed in
a Saloon BrawL -
.. LastSeinrdey a youog man named Frank
Preston met his death at MHton during a
disgraceful saloon row. It eeema that for
sometime there has been an ill feeling ex
isting between the two saloon keepers of
that place. On the night ia question, Her
man Kroeger, of the Milton saloon, accom
panied by Frank Preston and I. W. Walsh,
went to the Jem saloon, which Is kept by
I Loaia, eimmonly called. Louie. In a short
time these two saloon-keepers began to quar
rel; words soon led to blows, and Louie bit
Krueger on the head with an ice-pick. Pres
ton and Nash then forced Krueger out of the
saloon into the street, If the fracas had
ended here, there would have been no blood
shed; but Krueger insisted on returning, and
on entering the door, pistols were drawn by
both saloon keepers. Louie firing four shots
and Krueger two. Neither of them were
seriouxly injured, but Preston was fonnd
dead on the street shortly afterward, shot
through the breast ia the region of the heart.
Thaf he was killed by either of these two
men, there can be no possible douht. And
yet, at a preliminary hearing, they were both
released. Not being conversant with the
merits of the ease, as our report is second.
handed, we have nothing to say in regard
to the action which set both men free. But
it is certain that a man has been killed, and
it is equally certain that tomebody killed
Aim. Murders of the most horrible type
have been committed frequently of late in
i&astern Oregon ana n asbington, and it is
very evident that the might of justice must
be invoked to pronounce a penalty so firm
and so certain as will deter persons from such
wfal deeds without much dread of punish
ment. Life is the most precious bnon ob
tained from God and protected by man, and
a thrill of horror passes through the country
as again and again the red hand of murder is
dipped in the blood ot a fellow-creature.
We understand the people of Milton are
circulating a petition with a view to closing
the saloons of that place. They argue that
but for those two saloons this crime would
not have been committed. While this may
look like "locking the stable door after the
steed ia stolen," it does not impair the truth
of the other aphorism, "Never too late to
mend." ' ,
But we must eater a protest against the
idea advanced by some that lynch law ia the
only remedy. By the skill of a few intelli
gent men, such a calamity was avoided re'
cently in another part of the county, and it is
to be hoped that such a condition of things
will never exist as will necessitate such
course, as it certainly does not at present.
The immense sale and great popularity of
Green's August Flower hi all towns and vis
ages in the civilized world has caused many
mitators to adopt similar names, expecting to
reap a harvest for themselves at the expense
of the aflicted. This medicine was introduced
in 1868, ami for the cure of Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint, with their effects, such as
Sour Stomach, Costivcm, Sick Stomach, Sick
Headache, Indigestion, Palpitation of the heart
vertigo, etc., etc., if never hat Jailed to our
knowledge. Three doses will relieve any case
of Dyspepsia. Two million bottles sold last
year. Price 75 cents. Samples 10 cents.
Green's Atlas And Diary Almanac,
the most expensive free Almanac ever publish
ed, sent free on receipt of two cent stamp. .
U. li. UREEN,
Woodbury, N. J., U. S. A.
Building. Mr. Mecbling is erecting a
fine dwelling house just north of the Baptist
Church. It will be offered ' for sale upon its
eomnletion. He has recoomfzed the demand
for house-room in our city, and with a proper
spirit of enterprise, is going forward to meet
it. 'It is a reasonable presumption that
Weston has had her population held back at
least 60 per cent, for want of buildings.
Some of our capitalists might take the hint.
Church and Home. This is the title of
a monthly journal soon to be issued at this
place. It is to be devoted exclusively to the
advancement of the cause of Christianity.
From the well-known ability of its editor,
Rev. E. W. Morrison, we predict -for it
brilliant career, and welcome it cordially.
Its low price, $1.00 per year, places it within
the reach of all. We heartily wish the en
terprise good success. .
Frame. Jas. Bam ford has just completed
a beautiful two-story frame dwelling, which
he is finishing up in quite a stylish manner.
S. A. John is erecting a three-story hotel,
with an ample observatory on top, and all the
modern improvements. John is one of our
solid men. Berkeley is erecting a large frame
on Broad Street, in substantial style.
Prices's Patent. L. J. Price has in
vented a simple yet convenient contrivance
in connection with his wagon which soon pays
for itself in the saving of Castor oiL Patent
not applied for.
Arrived. Fly paper, insect powder, gen
uine fruit wax, axle grease, and a great varie
ty of medicines and notions at the City Drug
Store. Everything at bedrock prices. -
Teacher s Kxasnlnallesu
There will be a public examination of ap
plicants for teachers' certificates held in the
court-house in Pendleton, on Monday, June
28, 1830, beginng at 9 o'clock A. M., sharp.
J. C. Arnold,
4-w School Superintendent.
Patent medicines will not be sold forth
prices marked on them, excepting for cash
down. An extra charge will invariably be
made when sold on time.
Cook & Irvine,
M'Coll & Miller-
CmiTT OFFICIAL TSrTES.
Following is the official votes of Umatilla
County W 1880: .. . "
Whiteaker 1133, George 085. ' '
Prim 1130, Kelly 1116, Burnett 1121, Wal
do 994, Lord 983, Watson 991.
Merry 1128, Odell 976.
McArthnr 1180, Olmstead 896.
Bailey 1043, Parriah 987. ?v ,
P. J. Kelley 725, Thompson 720, Hales 647,
Wilson 975, Williamson 673, Franklin 130.
Keeney 984, D wight 687, Gerking 293.fc.f
Lacy 768, Martin 891, Crockett 319, .
La Dow 765, Sharon 506, Eastland 696, -"
Hungate 1373, Btanfield 777, White 666,
Pendland 1098. " "Z
Beagle 772, Hendryx 790, Bobbins 384.
Raley 960, I. G. Thompson 623, Bramel383.
Morgan 618, McElroy 912, King 445. . ' ? ,' 5
Arnold 865, Palmer 857. -'
Lindsay 1177, Hanis 761.
THE OREGON KIDNEY TEA.
Read the following testimonials, not from
persons 3,000 miles away, whom - no one
knows, bnt from well-known and trust-worthy
oitlsens of Oregon, whose names, writ
ten with their own hands, can be seen at .our
Umatilla, Oregon, January 20, 1880.
Having received great benefit by the use of
the OREGON KIDNEY TEA, I 'take great
pleasure in recommending it to those sulTer
ing from kidney trouble or backache, as a
speedy and sure cure. - J. A. PERKINS. -
Portland, Oregon, March 25, 1880. .
Having tried the effects of the concentrat
ed extract of OREGON KIDNEY TEA, we
cheerfully bear witness to its beneficial
agency in affections of the digestive organs.
It is simple, safe and sure; is easily taken,
and restores healthy vitality to the organs it
is intended to operate upon; with assured
success. S. J. McCORMICK. -
Editor Catholic Sentinel. "
BRICK. The two brickyards are- flourish
ing in the city. Nelson is filling up for an
other burning, and our enterprising townsman,
V. JJeaiy, is about ready to burn bis new
kim just above the grist-mill. The new brick
will be in demand owing to the number of
buildings to be constructed.
"Bar." Tim Russel, of the Wee ton livery
stable, killed a bear Thursday.' After the
first shot, Bruin turned and chased the nim-
rodfor about fifty yards, but another shot
closed the scene. It was of the cinnamon
species, and was killed on Pine Breek, about j
ahaf mile below Weston." .
JOKES. J. . Jones, oar hardware man.
has gone to Portland to attend the Masonic
Grand Lodge, and will also complete
the purchase of material for his new brick
building on Main street. J. T. Redman is
also attending the Grand Lodge.
HON. J. P, Schooling; member of. the Leg
islature from Linn eounty is making a short
stay iu Weston. He reports Linn as labor
ing under temporary political disorganisa
EAGLE. What are our citizens going to do
about the 4th of July? Here we have a lively,
incorporated city with no celebration of any
kind in 1879. How wiU it be for 1880! Let
us have a picnic or something.
Organ. The C. P. church of this city has
secured another organ, so that the musical
portion of the service will be oonducted as
formerly. The choir of this church has been
sustaining a good reputation. '
Anothfr. Mr. Bradley is building an ex
cellent brick dwelling in McMorris' Addition
to Weston, -
We overlooked crediting the Walla
Walla Statesman with the article on the
Waitsburg murder, last week. --
' TT ;
Guild. The Ladies Guild of All Saints
church will meet next Thursday afternoon at
the residence of Mrs. Prcebstel.
IZAAK WALTON. The anglers of the "fin
ny tribes" are enjoying huge sport ' up Pine
Creek. Strings from 30 to 100 are frequently
seen in our streets.
m-i rii i i -rr n
"Tne unnrcii ana Home."
A UelMoiu Journal, nernted to
Issued Monthly at Weston.
Every Family Ought to Take it.
ITTerms, 81.00 Per Tear.ltk
KEY, E. W. MsUU8sM.....'. .....Editor.
ost. strayed, stolen or follwed a
lumber-wagon: A vounr man answeriar to
the name of Amos; weight, about 185 lie; height, S ft
18 inches, and inclined to hard work. Any person giv
ing sucu inionnauon aa wui leaa so ms recovery, will
oeprosecutea eccoraing to iaw.
W. W. CAVINE8S.
CoW Spring P. O.
. 1. ,
COMPANY C, ATTENTION !
IX THE MEMBERS OF CO. C, O. I. kL, ARE
i berehy requested to meet at Milton, iru,T
Aaaao, on saturdaT, June 36th, aa there win be im
portant Dustnees to srauact. By eraer oi
xt. n. LAVflAIUI, .
Laxs Orncs at LaGsaiidb, Ogn., June 14, 1880.
Notice is hereby given, that the folio wing named set- .
ucr nee aiea nottee es ms lnsenssoneo nsane nnai proof
tn support of his clafm, and secure nnai entry tnereoa
Htneerpiratssa of thirty oaystrom the oate or
aotics, is; .
Hosaestead application No. 1086. Additional name-
stead proof will be made before the County Jodge at
Pendleton, Oregon, July 24, 1880, for the additional en
try, NJ Xw J of Sec 8, TS N, K 85 E; original home
stead No. 674, and names the following aa bis witnesses,
viz: Richard Reynolds, Alfred Watts, EUhu Brock and
1. R. King, all of Umatilla County, Oregon.
5 23-M HESBX W. DWIOHT, Regigter.
. fLiD Oma at LaQkaim, Oa., June 8th, 1880.
Notice la hereby riven that tte following-named eettler
has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in
npport of hie chum, and secure final entry thereof at
the expiration of thirty dayi from the Sate of thai aetice,
. Tan Winkle.
Witueeaaa taatimorr will be taken before D. P. Dwlo-ht
a Notary Pulic at Fendleton, Umatilla county, Orea-on,
on July 17, 1880, for toe Nei eec 8, T 4 N, HUE, and
haaaae the following aa bia witneaaee, vii: John Stamp
er, Henry Stamper, Wm. Borden and D. K. Booker, all
of Centerrille, Umatilla County. Oregon.
O-at-33 - ttAHBlC W, DWIuBT, Register. ,
La Ornci a LaOsahde, On., June , 1880. ;
' Notice is hereby riven that the foUowinr-named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make final
proof In support of hi chum, and secure final entry
thereof at the expiration of thirty davi from the date of
his notice, viz;
... .. - . ). A. Hales. - .
Ha. No. 2376. Proof will be made before D. P. DwUrht,
a Xotery Public at Pendleton, Umatilla county, Oregon,
on July 24, 1880, for the Sw i sec. SO, T 4 K, B 84 E, and
name the following as his witnesses, viz: Wm. Willis,
Henry McUmber, John A. Gross and W. H. Boeder, all
of CentervUte, Umatilla county, Oregon.
S-28-S3 , Hmai W. DwienT, Reriater.
tan Omcs AT LaGraxdi, Oa., June It, 1880.
Notice IS herebv riven that the followhur-naniail est.
tier baa filed notice of his Intention to make final proof
in support Of his dalm and aecure final entry thereof at
expuMXH) M uurty oa'l tram toe oate of tnn aotiea.
Homestead spplipation No. 724. Proof will be made be
fore the Oounty Judge of Umatilla county, Oregon, at
Pendleton, an August 7, 1880, for the 8t Sei Sw sec
s8,T4H, ft 38 E, and nunes the following aa his wit
nesses, fix: James Boyee, Benjamin Binehart, A. J.
OrofuU and Alex. Brassaeld, all of Tfeetap" 1aiatilU
county, Oregon, ' Hssbt W Pwwht, Begiater
Lass Orncs at LaObahbb, Ogn June 10. 1880.
Notice bj hereby given that the foUowinr-named set
tler haa filed notice of hia intention to make Snal nmnf
in .upur in u cfutfi wn mufv uiuu vowy saeieoi a.
the expiration ef thirty days from the date of this notice,
atea jaaa)si Btlaekart.
Homestead proof will be made before the County Judge
at Pendleton, Oregon, op, the 7th day of August, 1880,
for the E4 Net sec SO, and additional Jf of Net see. go
T 4 H, R SS a and nanus the following as his witnesses,
vis Calvin Ferguson, Jamas Boyee, (Jhartes Ferguson
and Clark Briars, all of Weston, Umatilla county, Ore
gon. . . Hasar W, Swiaar, Begister.
La Omca at LAOaAXDa, Ogn., June 8, 1830.
Notice ia nereb riven that the follownv-namadl aa
tier has filed notice of his intention to make flomj nra
m support ef his claim, and aecure final entry thereof
at the expiration of thirty days from the date of this
Homestead No. 650, for the Set NwL Nel 8wt of Sec.
Xz, T i N, R M E, original entry: the St Swi of See.
22, T 5 N, R So E, additional sqtry. Said proof will be j
maue oeure tne uounty Judge at Pendleton, Umatilla
eonnty, Oregon, July 19, 1880, and names the following
as bis wttaesses, vis: D. S. Whitney, George T. Berry,
" . arev ana ueo. ao naven. Of umatiua county Ore
gon- bxiikt T, wwmht. register.
Lass Ornea at L aOaairsa, Oarf June 14, U80.
Notice Is heron given that the toUsnrinr.naniad set.
Her has filed notice of his Intention to make final roof
aeuppen or nie claim, ana secure nnai entry taereof at
uie expiration of thirty days from the date of this notice
Homesstead application No. 108ft. Proof will be made
eeraretnevoanty jnareaf vmatuin county. Oregon.
"-'-- - 'j irrsr aSiflsliiMt umtiv Xt lie at Sao. .
T 1 N, B 85 E, and names the following as his witness.
es, u: wm noyee, aurea nails, turns. Brock and J K
King, an ormatuia county, Oregon.
e--a b. w. uwiobt, acgister.
YOU can buy a complete suit oft
jioines ior 1MV at SALlAt; &
YOU can buy a neat Cassimere
suit ior $13 at SAL1NU &
YOU can buy a nobby Cassimere
suit tor I4 to $li at SALING
YOU can buy a fine Suit of Blue
lipri VPT RIajlr RinaAllntls as.
I A V"" "l
WWT sat TeAariajannn
I au. AWSAiajoaj O.
YOU can buy a small loy a fine
suit for S3 at $
YOU can buy a No. 1 suit for a
sman Doy tor X5 at al.ia
You can buy an all-wool suit for
boy froni5 to 9 years old from
97.50 to $10 at SALINC. &
YOU can buy a pair of blankets
for $4 at
YOU can buy a large white bed
Maiucet for s at Baling s
Large boys and small men can
put fjiotning at very lowest
prices from Baling & Reese
Harness ami Saddle Shop,
Stain Street. .
CENTER VILLE OR.
JUST KECEIVED Jl LABGK aSSOBTMKET OF
Cocord Team Harness :
Concnord Hack Harness, Q
.Ladies, and Men's Saddles
WHIPS, SPURS. Etc. I
Satisfaction Guaranteed. .
B. E. IIERTEY.
WALLA WALLA BAKERY
And all kinds of
Fire-Proof Building, Main Street,
Jan2Stf WALLA WALLA, W. I
ssanhe undersigned, having received a full Una of goods
New York and San Francisco,
fld an nounee that they have just opened the largest
d most complete stock of
hat h as ever been placed before the ladies of Walla
waua or vicinity. Tne latest pattern uats ana uonneta
in great variety, will be always oa exhibition, to which
we invite special attention .
KUKSJt irana a aistamee soueicea ana promptly
attended to. We are prepared to give better bargains
in our line In whohaJe or retail than haa ever been
offered before. Also Dress Cutting and F(tting,Dolmans,
U10S.KS, ac, c
We are also asjemts far Brr. Warren's ealtk
SCHXKBLET at TB)XrS4!ll.
NO extra chargepor Hearse!!
U. M. PORTER.& Co.,
. , t DEALERS. IN i J
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware
Mala fiUt Walla. Walla, W. T.
i. H. Lyons at Ca. are now prepared to furnish
uie quality oi uine, at
S3.50 Per Barrel 1
J. E. J0NES,A't, Weston.
, T. Cook.
J. H. Ixrlne, K. St.
1 Mir STREET,
Centerville, -. Oregon.
Contains a full stock of Pure I
DRUGS & PATENT MEDICINES,
UVD TOILET ARTICLES
PAINTS, SWEET & LUBRICATING OILS,
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry.
BOOKS and STATIONARY,
Todd's Gold Pens.
Fine Cigars andljTobaccos,
Choice Wines and Liquors,
For Medicinal purposes only. :
rreaerla4lens and Keeejpes fonapeaaelr
, with are aaut PUswteh.
CIVE US A CALL.
E are sole agents for Clark's"0. N. T."
Spool uotton, tne best in tbe world.
Try it, .
SALIIIG & REESE.
COR. HAIN and FRANKLIN Sts.
Also, COOLEY'S PATENT CORK
ASD ELECTRIC HEALTH CORL
in wlute and colored. J
BAMFORD a DRO.
PLAIilllC AND FEED MILL!
SASH .& DOOR
Opp. New Flouring Mill, west)
Of all kinds, done.
And dealers in
MavnufavcturtarB ot ..
Bustle or Beveled Asmisha or worked. -"
Kept ou Hand, Bold Cheap, for Caen
N. DUSENBERY eV CO.'S
STILL CONTINUES on a CASH BAsis.
just receivea unusuauy large invoices of vry ooaM
Clothing, Uente' Furnishing Oooda, Boots and Stales
Groceries and Provisions, which we are prepared to esil
at the LOWEST possible rates FOB CASH. Oraia
Bacon, Lard, fcc., taken in exchange for mnrrhandlae
cc., sasim in excoange lor mercm
) place: opposite Drug Store, Main
VTA11, IDAHO & NORTDER2X
Leaves Pendleton for Umatilla every Tmes
; day, lhursday ana oaturaay tl a r. a, o
. Leaves Weston daily for The Dalles, via
inlet Kocicand lleppner, at lu a. m.
Leaves Weston daUy for Walla Walla, via,
I Milton, at 10:45A. M.
1 New Coaches, Good Stock, Skilled Driver and abl. par
formaoc of serric are the featuras of shss esd
and reliable CaasDssrjr.
" K. A. STTJEX,
SAIL8BTJRY, HAILET eyCO.,
WESTON and CENTERVILLE.
I w.ll deliver goods to anal frwsa suwy yeurt at?
gala s ines as sate aness rraisssss raises.
Will carry freissst to eneal fsraesi
BLUE MOUNTAIN STATION.
All orders left with
F. M. Paul at Weston, of
nill receive my prompt attention.
Fn Ight Bms to be Invarjbly paid la advance.
G. J. MARKEWITZ.
Watches, Clocks, and JeweliY rsmairaial 'in
j first-class style at reasonable rates,.
ALL W0EK WXS&APSmX.
innber the plater-, era weajjisc m H
S4. a rat sloor soslth orJeha.
Stoves & Hardware
; ftTweaty-flre rer cent, saved by eaUlngtaf
c. t. mntsin, f
M EATJ MARKCT.
. YAJWiymje a nvnemsiAJf, rispgittaci,
rresk Seats of an ktasls easustaaUr
We keep bob hmt ike keas, .
GIVE US A CAXaL.
Water St., smsst tasaisors M Mss
LIVERY and FEED STACL&
JOHN DUSTAIT, Propritrier.
Splendid Turnonte and Saddle Horses at
notice. Plenty of bay and grain always on aauei.
latarges to su toe tunes.
eTResMsnber the place, appeal ta tale T
in tbtk mirrrns t westt
. stable of a stored horse. Mack, wish
waits on forehead, braaded with a diamoad F ea
hip, aad Sgure 4 on left ehauldir. Strayed fea
taaeh en llMth Jnntiwr shrM wsaka saw.
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