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SATURDAY, JULY 17.18?a
t INDUSA. , ;m
T. O. OWEN. of Cm County,
JA8. FULTON. f Vim Comity. , . ,
J. KWEATHERFOUDi 61 lien Conntv,
I Soese. weU-tnsinina; twraps 59
oetic in fiieironesi ontictjoas M to
drrad alia oat tngrthing t&t excites .the
verioaa emotions. Tie Puritan of old
restrict t$S ewentiiJ element of human
matere slaost entirely to adoration and,
ecpeoallj, veneration. . H who could,
Stoie like, aaort eMilj snap the thread
thatbsad irwnda -or even families in
j eweet fellowship, was exalted to the
tsaost, aiad thus many of the finer and
abler sentiments pertaining to the inter
course of every day life were wrecked
Vy the asperities of a most fallacious
caat j- The emotions, the intuitive germs
implanted in the soul of man, before be
ing debased by contact with too much
ril, are simply exponents of the demands
and-m2aoIe WjsJom h. a desigred for
culttration "and . gratification. It is a
reedy trap set for ,the unwary to regard
the abuse of any atiributeas juntificatioa.
for the condemnation of its normal oxer
cifv , When the temptation to seduco
from right is intioaably attendant upon
its proper exercise, charity and wisdom
may dictate the beneficence of abandon
ing it altogether. To the capabilities of
emotion we owe all the peculiar and re
freshing intereeta of life, for all the pro
gressive springs of humanity take" their
rise in eer emotion. Through, them the
eheerfullneH of our being arises; sym
ipathy and affectionate attachment, among
the richest and worthiest outgoing of
bar mental , activity; our appreciation
and delight in harmony, beauty and snb-
IWtv, and the key to the realms of re-
fia.em.ent jd eWvated progress; the, em
.belliahiReata of life that charm and var
iegate what would otherwise be naught
. but' ita barren act The emotions
chastened and guided aright are the
Wightest gems in. the zone of man's no-
West Composition.' " :' ' 1
A great many of our exchanges are
devoting no inconsiderable attention to
the grasshopper question. To read these
papers a stranger would be . led to the
damaging conclusion ' that our whole
country, was being '(evastated by these
all-devouring pests. Such reports are
apt to do us great injustice. While it
may le true that in some places the grass
hoppers have done some mischief, their
ravages are by no means general or ex
tensive, ' The troad wheat fields of
Umatilla that extend for miles are un
' scathed and untouched by this plague.
Qur' recent rains "have revived the glow
ing hopes of . a bountiful yield! .We
" wish simply to state the "true condition
-of affairs, and we can safely and truthful
ly say that as far as the great grain fields
of ear witnty are concerned, ike grass
hamper business is a myth, ' They have
net done, and are not doing us any dam
age. Onr boundless fields of grain to-
. dar promise us a fruitful harvest) We
Sope that those who were misled by
grasshopper reports will take an arly
- opportunity to eorrect Um erroneous im
PTtssien they nave assisted in disseminat
ing. We only desire, our county to ap
pear in it proper iight " ' .;
" " "'
T wm Wresltha last season
greet 4if)tjtwaB Wpefienced by the
farmers in obtaimngsacka fer&etr'whea&
The buyers churned that wheat bags were
"e eaah article,''' and that it was unjust to
expect them to furnish the same, except
ing for the money,' as H required a large
ready capital to supply the demand.
This year farmers should see to in time
tliat they have secured sufficient rain
1 SaaWare it is too Ute. v No small loss
-' i tiaae, aaoaej vd cenvenience may be
saved by attenduRg to this before thresh
lag time, ....
Tn artile en ear first page, from the
wetda, "We have ae deabt," ahould Wcred
ited to the N. Y. Herald. j
The subject of Division of Umatilla is
stOl agitating the, public mind as much
as ever. A fw weeks ago a meeting
was held at CeatemUe to get the views
of this end of the county as to the amount
of territory deemed necessary and pro
per for the formation of a pew county at
this end. After deliberation aline was
adopted, which, whUe not meeting the
views of all present, was regarded by all
as the most effectual and suitable com
promise. Petitions were circulated to
ascertain the sentiments of the people
gennraHy, and over 800 names are ap
pended to them. . However the Pendle
ton papers in the meantime, professing
sympathy with the movement, issued a
call to meet at that place last Saturday,
said call even embodying an " apportion
ment of delegates from the various pre
cincts. While Pendleton had not been
regarded as favoring Division, the offer
was met in rood faith by the section of
county most interested, and the meeting
as reported elsewnere in the Lead EE, was
the result. ' And now it is expected that
Pendleton will carry out its duty-in good
faith and circulate the petition' in -that
precinct. We look for such an over
whelming majority favorable to such
division, as will prevent any successful
obstruction in the Legislature.
Too great a preponderance of political
power, or its prolonged continuance, in
vites danger. We find that, in politics,
any party having a lease of power surely
becomes corrupt The same machinery,
being its own successor, is surely saved
from investigation other than of a friend
ly character, jtius it has not been in
the interest of the country that Repub
licans ' have for twenty years uninter
ruptedly held the keys of office. Honest
men of the f-ame j arty are influenced more
or less by a desire to spare their own
party reputation, at least in many cases.
It is difficult to unearth fraud when it is
interwoven with years, and disguised
with the craft of long experience, Ro
tation in office in this way is a public
benefit. While it may excite cupidity
and develop a morbid yearning for the
perpetuity of party power, it yet give
the successor of a different party com
pjexion, no incentive to conceal preceding
corruption. Again when in a state
county there is a decidedly overwhelming
majority,' there is generally official cor
ruption. It is wholesome in such cases
to occasionally make a transfer of power,
and admit a little purification.
; Thk proposed changes in rates at Blue
Mountain Station meet with the hearty
cooperation of the business men of Wes
ton and Centerrille. Everything that
promises to benefit the country can only
harmonize with the spirit of enterprise
t' at prevails East of the Mountains, and
meet with the energetic concurrence of
the inhabitants, Ihe cup of this ooun
try is overflowing with the staples of in
dustry, and the cry for a capable and
convenient outlet is resounding through
the land. GranJ Ronde Valley is ex-
panding and enxiAing of late years as
tonishingly, and its people are anxiously
welcoming every additional facility for
outside communication. Let the good
work ripen soon.
We notice that some of our exchanges
are making some lively thrusts at Gen.
U, S. -Grant, the defeated candidate for
candidacy to the White House. Now
that is aot right He is now retired by
h!S party, and need not be ridiculed be
cause he failed, lord Bacon said, "there
ia nothing so successful as success." Let
us leave Grant alone now, aqd let history
make an impartaU record f his'serviees
to his country, while in the meantime we
give him credt for all the good ha has
done. -''--1;0. - ;
They need not 1 in any hurry about
withdravrlngl-CtwtWo,, for he will
withdraw tn an onen and UUT manner
this fall To with oraw htm how would
hurt his feetztgs terribly, whereas, later,
he will hive many oi a "fellow-feeling."
Jeking apart, the Jlepublioan press will
fcave to make some disposition of the
many charges against their candidate, or
else the conservative wintj oi that party
will not fee. justified in supporting him.
The old story. We hava been alarmed'
about the crops in Umatilla County, and
everybody concluding that the prospect
was only one of gloom, because of the
drought. But at the critical moment,
rain, copious rain, fell, and the crops are
now assured regardless of future weather.
Umatilla county against the world I
Grant says Haneock will be elected
We suppose he will hack his judgment
with his vote.
Curry county cast 321 votes on the
Senatorial contest. 1
Wm. Gauntlett, Sheriff-elect of Curry
county, has appointed Miss Anna Wins-
dor, of Port Orford, as his deputy.
Portland hasn't yet ratified Garfield.
The Army and Navy officers and men
are almost solid for Haceock.
Emancipation day was generally cele
brated throughout Texas.
Sorue wheat is selling at Fort Worth,
Texas, at $1 10 per bushel
A lot of Dartmouth college students
are waiters at the Brighton Beach Hotel
on Omey Island.
There were 40,000 oars built in the
United States last year, and there will
be 50,000 built this year.
The scheme of mutual aid among the
Masons of Mississippi, it is reported,
is an assured success. The membership
within the year will number 2,000.
While a mail agent at Little Rock was
handling a mail pouch rather roughly a
loud explosion was heard inside of it 1
was caused by a loaded revolver, mailed
Uby a Texan.
A British ship has sailed for Texas
with 3,500 barrels of oil, made for the
purpose of preserving railroad ties and
bridge timbers under a new process.
Montreal, July 12 The anniversary
of the battle of the Boyne is passing over
very quietly. .
The original Greenback faction de
Thad Stevens called Hancock the
Stonewall" of the Union army.
A case of small-pox has been discov
ered in San Francisco.
Coinage has been resumed at all mints
The farmers of Pierce county, W. T.,
sold 40,000 pounds of wool last week at
an advanced figure.
Six carloads of horses and mules went
across for Kalama last week, destined
for use on the line of the Canada Pacific
Crops are reported bad in Russia, and
the harvest will be below average. In
some districts in the south crops have
altogether failed, owing to the ravishes
One hundred and thirty-four deaths in
New York City,-Saturday, the heat ion
An explosion of seven boilers in Paint
er's iron mill at Pittsburg killed Fred.
Grable engineer, and Wm. Black, fire
man. Schurz says that orders will be issued
to employ all military forces to prevent
any occupation of the Indian Territory,
Reports of crops to the Memphis Cot
ton Exchanges show that cotton is in
fine condition but wheat and corn very
Washington, July 11, Owing to the
small appropriation by congress for the
government printing office for the cur
rent fiscal year,-the discharge of 25 per
cent of the force now on duty will be
necessary on the first of August
A Chicago reporter asked General
Sheridan about Hancock the other day,
and his answer was as follows: "I am
not in politics; but General Hancock is a
good and great man. The Democrats
have not made any mistake this time.
They have nominated an excellent and a
The Philadelphia Chronich-Htrald
says; "It would, of course, be very hu
miliating to the Republican party to have
to withdraw Garfield, but it might be a
wise thing to repair the palpalje error
before it is too late,"
LIVERY and FEED STABLE,
JOHN DUST AH, Proprietor.
Splendid Turaonta and Saddle Hone at shortest
olios. Plenty of hay and nain always on hand.
Cham to mat the time.
SaT Remember the place, oppette the P
North end of Water tt.
draUu aeua, etc, and all horses left in urebarre win
' Fra a atteatfbn civea to etoek v
fed eorral and casnptna; gi seed adjaesnt to slab.
II. M. PORTER Jt Cv, ;
DEALERS IN .
Hart ware, stows and Tinware
! v, VnU WaUa, . '
J CaOSATEO - MX
Serve mm. InJswcUeai Btoeaae
By lnvigoraung a
feeble eonttitution. renovattne a
ue, and enrichinjt a thin apd innutri-
Uotu drt elation with Roatetter'a Stonateh Bitten, the
Bneet, the most highly anctioned, and the roost popn-
uu wmc ana prevenuve in existence. -.;
For tale by sOl OrnggisU and Dealers generally.
' Ortce Used Always Used
RESETS HAMBURG TEA
ia the beat famllv medicine, and will be found on
trial to be the moat easy, natural and comfortable
PESrS HAMBURG TKA
will act gently on the howa'a, remore wind, core
. heartburn, spur etomach and dizzioeas and promote
a healthy secretion of bile.
CBESE-S HAMBURG TEA
is the most erZcctual remedy for headache, giddiness,
nervous depression, palpitation of the heart, laet
, tude and general debiity.
CfBESE'S HAMBURG TEA
r will relieve the worst cases of rheumatism and gout
prevent gravel ana atone la tne Diaooer, ana cure
au qiseases of toe Hi' neys.
tTBESEV HAMBURG TEA
gives eveedv and durable relief in bilious and liver
complaint, weak digestion, shivering, spasms, low
. spirit ana lrntaauity.
CBES E'SHAMBURG TEA
is Invaluable as a remedv for the piles. It has been
try ed for manyy eareand has given great satisfaction.
If yon are afflicted try it.
rRESFS HAMBURG TEA-'
DurUSee and cleanses the blood, and removes all
scrofulous affections. It is health -giving, refreshing
CRESrS HAMBURG TEA
has an established reputation as an efficacious remedy
for sudden and severe oolds. coughs fevers and ague.
astnma ana pnuusu.
tTRESE'8 HAMBURG TEA
cures chronic, nervous and sick headache, nervous
depression, drowsiness, nausea, vomiting, pimples
on tne wee ana irecjciee.
CRESE'S HAMBURG TEA
is a gentle hudtiveand tonic; improves the appetite
cures dyspepsia, and counteract the effect at mala
CRESS'S HAMBURG TEA
euros constipation, diarrhea and dysentery; is cer
tain in results, and corrects ail diaturbances of. the
etomacn ana Dowels.
CRESE'S HAMBURG TEA
is a pleasant remedy for boils, carbuncles, blotches.
. ulcerated and running sores, scabs, salt rheum, and
rTRESE S HAMBURG TEA
ia used successfully for foetid breath, scald bead.
ringworm, itch, prickly-heat, cancerous ulcers and
.. Vidteesct generally. -
CTBEai'i HAirauaa ru
has no equal in the entire range of the Pharmacopoiia
as an anu-sorouuc, alternative, carminative ana
Crntn'i BAk-suno tea
1 gives a tone of health and elasticity to the whole
system and will prevent almost any Tr"" if used
at least-once a monut.
Cunfa BAMsvao txa
is triumph in medicine; harmless yet efficacious.
wTaioajHe m toe xamuy, at tne mines, on tne roaa.
at sea, ana everywuere.
CTKKSr'S HAVKTRO ICA
is the best medicine for chidren. Asa Spring remcd-
nsuung comes near to. it. cveryooay aa.ou.iq use
at the change of season,
EMU rESEa HAMBURG Tkia
Is for sale by every Druggist Grocer and Country Her.
chant on the Pacific Ooa&l. 1-81-tf
stTTBHE LADIES OF WESTON AND VICINITY
Si i are respectfully informed that the Under
signed have opened and now offer for sale a Complete
BJock of First-Class" . r
Tbe Latest Styles of Hats and Bon
nets always on hand in Great Va
riety, FEATHERS, FLOWERS
and every kind of TRIM
MING to suit the most
MAM 8TBEET . . WESTS.
(Next door to Hardware Store.)
MILLER A SCHNEBLEY.
"The Ohnrch and Home."
A Religioo Journal Devoted to
Issued MosxHiy at Weston.
Every Family Ought to Take it.
aTennt, $1.00 Per Year.-sa "
BET. B. W. HOBBIMX BeUtor.
DE. H. R ALDEN,
fWDirectly Opposite the Postojice'
WALLA WALLA, W. T.
Be sure to send your orders for HE A D
ES DRAPERS to PAINE BROS..
of their own, Manufacture. They are
uneqnalltd in equality of material and
TsdjEJved by'mua?conaenlcanaaBt beaj
mg oate of Marcn 10, 1880,
Thoe. Page atone wiU sign the name of the fins in
M'aatton. at. A. CABIS,
- . J. P. ORAX.
Mniemne, or., ana WH irs'K W T.. Jat M.
thia day m4 M)puatti6n at wis ode to purchua
under the Mi of iifm Sd, 1878, "Am act foe th kU at
Tim bar Laoda'is the Stataa of California, Oregon Nevada
and in Washington Territory,'' the N E 1-4, Kw l-
andS lMl-.ioo.l7,T.NRS7t -
Given under my band ot the 0. 8. Land office at La
Grande, Oregon, this 13U day of MT . 18J0. ;
, . 1 -"lf IT XT T 1UO A. (
V . Segieter. I
Lurs Omcs ar LaQbaxdb, Ogn., June t, 1880.
KMU. la hk mimm that the f OlloVlnf .ZUMted ttt-
tier faae Sled notice of hi intention to make anal prof
in support of hie clihn, and eeeura anal entry thereof
at the expiration of thirty day from the daU of tide
3ree W. Brock.
Wltneeeee proof will be taken before D. P. Daigbt, a
otary PubUe at Pendleton, Umatilla County, Oregon,
a Jul 10. 10. 1380. fortheSwleecSa.T6N.B84K.
and namea the following ae Me witaeeeea, vis W Baker,
John PhliUpa, John Bueh and Andrew lloCroea, all of
Centervule, timatilla Coonty, Oregon.
,-i7-31 U. V. OwtoST, Begieter.
Lam Omcx at LaGsjjibi, Oa., June S, 1889.
V'ntU ia hanhT eiven that the following -nmnaed
settler has flied notice of bia intention to mu,e final
proof In support of bis claim, ana secure coal entry
thereof at the expiration of thirty days from the date oi
this notice, via:
Witnesses Proof will be taken before Dj P. Dwight, a
Notary Public at Pendleton, limatfiia county, Oregon,
on July 10, 1330, tor the Sw 1 eec, to. Ton, & SI ,
and mmes the foUowing at hie witnosses, VIK u.' w.
Brock, C. E. Reed, Andrew McCroen and John Phil
lpe. Hisar Dwwht, Register.
LAxa Ornca at LaOsjutds, Ogn., June 8, 1830.
ri'otlce is hereby sriven that the foUowins--namcd set
tler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof
m summit of bis claim, and secure final entry thereof
at the expiration of thirty days from the date of this
Homestead No. 650. for the Sei NwJ. Nei Swl of Sec.
it. T 6 N. R Sd E. original entry., tho Si 8wi of See.
M, T 6 N, B 88 E, additional entry. Said proof will be
made before the County Judge at Pendleton. Umatilla
connty, Oregon, juiv ia, isjo, ana name tne louowmg
as bis witnesses, viz: D. 8. Whitney, George T. Berry,
W. Jared and Geo. de tiaven. of umauiia county ure-
gon. ttzaar w. uenairr. negister.
Lass Ornea at L aQuakdb, Oa., June 14, 1830.
Notice Is hereby eiven that the following-named set
tier has Sled notice of his intention to make final proof
in support of his claim, and secure final entry thereof at
the expiration oi tmrty days trom tn ante oi wis notice
Blefcard Bey a eld.
Homeastead application No. 1089. Proof will be made
before the County Judge of Umatilla count-. . Oregon,
Oriarinal entry 6S2: additional entry Nwi 8e i of Sec 2,
TIN.ES5E. and names the following aa hi wtneas-
e. viz: Wm Boyee. Alfred Watts, Elihu Brock and J B
Jtlng, all oi.umatuia county, uregon.
o-so-33 at. n. unnr, negisver.
Lijro Omcc at LaG&avdk, Oa., June 12, 1880.
Notice is hereby given that the following-named set
tler haa filed notice of his intention to make final proof
In support of his claim and secure final entry thereof at
tne expiration at tmrty uasirem we uav u uuanuuve,
Homestead application No. 724. . Proof will be made be
fore the County Judge of UmatiUa county, Oregon, at
renaiewn, on August 7, ueu, lor tne i bet owtscc
28, T 4 K,B ME, and name the followlaf as his wit
nesses, viz: James Hoyce. Bentamin Binehart. A. J.
Crofutt and Alex. Brassfleld, all of Vfeatoo: Umatilla
county, Oregon. Has " Dwisht, Register
Lakd Ornca AT LaObauds, Ogn,; June 10. 1880.
Notice 1 hereby given that the following-named set.
1U, l.i a AImI nnt.ln. nf hi. IntAntuin ta m.lrj nut nranf
in support of his claim and aecura final entry thereof 'at
tne expirauOAOt tnirty oaye irozn tosuMe w tmsnouce,
BcBjatnim Kinehart. .
Homestead proof will bo made before the County Judge
at Pendleton, Oregon, on the 7th day of August, 1880,
for the Li Nei sec 30, and additional W of Nei see. 30
T4N.&86E. and names the following as his witnesses.
viz Calvin Ferguson, Jamas Boyee, Charlea Ferguson
and Clark Brigge, ail of Weston, Umatilla county, Ore
gon, ttaaRr ntVWloa-Ti Register.
Laud Ornca at LaOaaxoa, Oa., June 8th, 1880.
Koticv Is hereby given that the followine-named settler
ha filed notice of his intention to make final proof in
upport oi nis ciaun, ana secure nnai entry tnereoi at
the expiration of thirty daysfrom the Sate of thia notice.
4aaK a. Vast Wlavkle,
Witnesses testimony will be taken before D. P. Dwia-ht.
a Notary Polic at Pendleton, Umatilla county. Oregon.
on July 17, 1880, for the Nsf sec 8, T N, KS5 E, and
names the following aa his witneasee, vis: John Stamp
er, Henry Stamper, Wm. Burden and D. E. Boo her, all
unwmue, umsButfmncj,ineron. 1
s-ZS-33 UtKH.I W. VWlUrlT. lUflSUr.
Lam) Omca at LaGrahbb, Oa., June 12, 1880.
. Notice is hereby riven that the following-named
settler ha filed notice of hi intention to make final
proof in support of his claim, and secure final entry
thereof at the expiration of thirty day from the date of
hi notice, via:
BUB, A, Bale.
Ha No. 2376. Proof wOl be made before P. . Bwfcht,
a Notary Public at Pendleton, Umatilla county, Oregon,
on July 24, 1880, for the Sw 4 see. SO, T 4 N, U tt K, and
names the following as hi witnesse, via: Wm. Willis,
Henry McUmber, John A. Orues and W. H. Seeder, all
of Centervilie, Umatilla county, Oregon.
0-28 SS BaaaT W. DwianT, Kcaister.
Laxs Omcs at LaOaaaDB, Ogn., Juas 14, 1880.
Notice is hereby given that the following named set
tler haa filed notice of hi intention to make final proof
in support of hi claim, and secure, final entry thereon
at the expiration of thirty day from the date or tola
Homestead arplication No.
arnlication No. 1085. Additional heana.
steaa proof wul oe made before the Coant-
fore the cosmtv
Pendleton, Orcon, July St, 1880, tor the additional
try, Kt N 1 of See. t, I S H, E SS K; original b
574. and name the following a his witnesses.
Klchaid Reynolds, Alfred Watts, Elihu Brock and
J. R King all of UmaUlla County, Oregon.
e-K-33 ,-nENBXW. DWIOHT 1
TAKEN UP BY THE SUBSCRIBEB, MAT 14, 1880
Hvinr in Hilton precinct. Umatilla Co inty. Oregon.
aa Eetray deacribed aa follows, to-wit: One two-year,
old BtalUon; a bright sorrel; star tn the forehead
same white on tne mam; left una toot white, and
branded with the letter I on left shoulder. Meohim
sixe, and vidoo among other animate. Appraised at
(30. P. W. HARRIS.
J, H, EALEY,
Surveyor an4 Ciytt Engineer,
Town Plata made and Lands Located.
t OFFICE At the CH
J. B. JONES!
AH kinds oT
Shelf-IIardiTare Consttuitly vk
band, for sale cheap.
. A Large Assortment of
': - i- ; V-....
the Trry Best . Material and Matt
r)Vel ratteran. All Tinware aamaV
a lHMTy 'iiUtrial,'aMi ntaie kej
. Ute best workmen onapoyecl. ;
- Wcstenhobne'a AU Style. '
Burgen ft Ball' and "Kangaro.'
Shot-Gun & Rifle AmmunitioiL
A Full line el
Pistols ani Revolvers! I
BIRD CAGES, FLOWER POTS
hanging baskets, j .
KXSTeBI- - VAOBEXiBl
Trout BaKta Etc, ;
RodgerS1 Cutler Y
Ccaajffiains heavy-plated Knives, Torkj.
and Spoons. -
A COMPLETE STOCK OF RDPE
Sold at Lowest raies tor a good a.Uel.
Dwiglit & Bailey,'
fienrral Land Agent. Sotnrlea rttMle aal
Beat Estate Broken.
, Ptjndleton, Oregon f
Have TewxaHir Plats of all iuvved leads ia tTmaUlax
County and a record of all Land Claiaas freea the first
location to the present time, and coiisciid mi -weekly
trom the Land Office at LaGraad.
Wul secure elabn tor parties under any of the Land
Laws of the U. 8., eonduet contested cases before tho
Local Land Office, and on appeal to the Pepsi lineal, at
WiU furnish Soldier Additional Homestead Float
and all kinds of Land Scrip oa short notice and at iarwea
Will buyand sell lands, city property, Ac, oe, resinis.
- ThePlattf and Records above referred to are the ants
onee of the kind in Umatilla County, and settler oa -save
time and a trip to LpQcanda by .seeing tola.
ITWe have apeelal bcaJUMM ( teeaUavf mis
Harness and Saddle Shop,
CENTER VILLE OR.
JUST RECETVKQ A LARGE ARSOttTHXET OF
Cocord Team Harness .
Ccncnord Hack Harness,
Ladies, and Men's Saddles
WHIPS. SPURS. Sift. ;)-
Satisfaction Guaranteed. ,
B. E. HERTET
(Opfwsit Fort O&ceJ
Mam SU WalbWafla, W.T,
R. R ROUNDSc- vPeopbietoe.,
er day. tl.Oft. Board sad Lodring, per week.
and itt.00, acuurJlim U rooea. Jteala,Uc .
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