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OH EC OX' tITV, OREGON, DEC. 1, IS76.
News Col mini.
Albany, is in want of a theatre.
&ir John Bell, G. 6. B., ifrdeaJ.
Press trials in Germany will here
after bo before juries.
There are 40) children of school
age in the city of Walla Walla.
Mark Dobrin has assnmed edi
torial control of the daily Olympian.
Field Marshal Saldhane, Portu
guese Minister at London, is dead.
The Russian Government has ex
pended 100,000,000 roubles for war
Ofhcial vote of Jsew Hampshire
Hayes, 41,532; Tilden, iiS.ii'J; scat
The editor of the East Oregonian
has received the suggestive present
eI a box ot soap.
The Madrid Imparcial states that
Marshal Serrano hasdetermined to re
tire into private life.
All the merchants at
La., closed their places
from Nov. 4 to the Sth.
The P. M. S. S. Co. will start a
monthlv lino of steamers between
Honolulu and San Francisco.
If Hayes is elected he will be
&ugu rated on the 4th of March,
al though it is Sunday.
Wm. C. Carleton, of Boise City,
has lately obtained a patent for a
new description of bolt cultivators.
It now announced that Tilden will
marry Miss Carrie Gwiu, JJ." years of
age, daughter of Duke (J win.
The Strand London is to be pav
ed with wood, at a cost of 30,800, in
place of the present granite pave
ment. Prominent San Francisco mer
chants recommend that the Govern
ment grant a subsidy to the P. M.
S. S. Co.
It is reported that Pacheco is
elected to Congress over Wigging
ton, in Southern California, by three
Dennis Lynch is held in 500
bonds at Dayton, W. T., to answer a
charge of rape upon the person of a
girl 12 years old.
1 Ducks are plentiful in tho neigh
borhood of Vancouver, and gunners
think nothing of killing 15 or 20 be
Suspected Cubans arc arrested
daily in Havana. Campros has re
solved upon a severe campaign
against the insurgents.
Tweed is once more in Ludlow
street jail. On meeting the warden
he said: "I thought I would come
aud see you again."
W. S. Woodward who failed in
Rock Island for 83,000,000 in 1871
-was discharged in bankruptcy in
New York on the 23d.
Joe Dion beat M. Daly, Daly beat
Gamier, and Rudolph defeated C.
Dtou in the billiard tournament in
New York on the 22d ult.
A two and half year old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Tnos. II. Brents, of Walla
Walla, got hold of some carbolic
acid recently and scalded himself
pretty badly, but will get well.
The long projected marriage be
tween King Alfonso and the daugh
ter of Duke do Montpensier, is now
reported definitely arranged.
Jack Morelock, of Union, will
probably have to have his foot am
putated for getting it crushed in a
Rev. H. Vail, a Presbyterian min
ister from Humboldt, fell down
stairs, in San Francisco, on the 23d,
while intoxicated, killing himself
, almost instantly.
Bismarck has assured the Marquis
of Salisbury of the pacific intentions
of Germany. He considers the state
of affair as menacing.
The newly appointed Chinese Am
bassador to England is afraid to go,
pleads sickness, and petitions to be
The committee of the French Sen
ate rejected the bill recently passed
by the Deputies providing for a
cessation of the prosecution acrainst
It is said that there are 50,000
Hebrews in New York, and that of
the number one hundred have es
tates valued at 100,000 or upwards.
John Kellv. the Grand Sachem of
Tammany Hall, married Teresa Mul
len, neice of Cardinal McClosky, in
New York on the 21st ult. The
Cardinal performed tho ceremony.
The new hats and belts for the
new Engine Co. No. 1 of Seattle arrived
on the Dakota, and have been divid
ed anions the boys "who run with
Mr. Norwood, the new United
States Senator from Georgia, is the
son of a tanner, and forty-six years
old. Tie is one of the most inveter
ate jokers in the State.
In General Sherman's army report,
lie complains of the condition of af
fairs on the Texan border, and says
thnt if successful in the war with the
Sioux, another big Indian war will
Ti. C, of Prine ville, Wasco county
ndvertises in the Albany Democrat
for a wife. He says he is not very
particular, and has evidently grown
tire.l of waiting for girls to take ad
vantage of their leap year preroga
tive. The Paris Tenws states that the
husbands of the Princesses of the
Imperial house of Turkey are known
ty ''thp generic name of Daraats."
A Damat is generally a young Bey of
good family, to whoso appearance a
Princess takes a fancy, for theso la
dies have the agreeable privilege of
choosing their lords, and it is one
O which not unfrequently is exeroised
greatly to the mortification of the
latter. "I could cite an instance,"
sa3's the writer, "where a very hand
some voting man was frightfully dis- !
pnsted at ljeing pitched upon by a 5S.2S9;. over Hayes and Cooper 54 -Princess
of thirty summers, whose j 701. 1 ' '
blear eyes had quite a diabolical as- !
lint appeal or resistance was
H - a id to surrender. Hie
compensation lies in
The Crime of a French Cadet.
Saint Cyr (says a Paris letter to
the New York Herald) is the West
Point of France, and the honor of its
cadets is dear to every soldier and
civilian in the country. It is, there
fore with nothing less than a feeling
of pain that society hears of the con
vocation of a court-martial for the
trial of a "Saint Cyrien" for theft. A
few nights ago a cadet who may be
designated as B., tossing haplessly
on his bed, saw a figure in white
passing by him (it should bo observ
ed that the pupils of the military
college sleep together in a largo dor
mitory), and cried out, "Who's that?"
"It is I," said a voice which he rec
ognized as that of X. "What are
you doing?" X. informed his com
rade, and the latter, merely taking
advantage of the situation to make a
joke, thought no more of the matter.
Next morning a cad't missed his
purse, containing lOOOf. 20c. Who
had taken it? It was soon discovered
that the thief must have been one of
the pupils, and yet there was no cne
who could be fairly suspected. It
was then that B. called to mind his
nocturnal interview with X., though
he shrank from the idea of uttering
his thoughts aloud. Still he men
tioned the circumstance to an inti
mate friend or two, and one of theso
presently suggested that every cadet
should submit to be searched. The
proposal was agreed to. X. never
moved a muscle while his comrades
were thrusting their hands into his
pockets. Nothing was found on him
but 25 francs, to which his title could
not be disputed.
It was now 11 o'clock in the morn
ing. At two o'clock the promotion
list was to be published, and it was
known that X. would appear among
the number of Sub-lieutenants. Once
a commissioned officer, and he would
have been safe from further inquiries,
lie was jdaying a desperate game for
the coveted epaulette or a pair of
handcuffs. Still his every movement
was jealously watched. In a few
minutes he was observed to be pac
ing uneasily between the dormitory
and the court-yard, as though he
were watching for an opportunity of
being alone. B.. whose suspicions
were far from being laid at rest, de
manded another search, each cadet
to strip. X. smiled when it came to
his turn, anil continued to smile
while the lining of his coat was con
scientiously cross-examined. Nothing
was found, and now popular opinion
veered round to his side. He stood
honorably acquitted in the eyes of
his comrades. It was half-past 1.
In another half hour he would be a
French ollicer. An old chum of his
came forward and heartily shook him
by the hand. "Now its over," he
said, "I don't mind telling you, old
ellow, that vou were suspected;".
and he explained why. X. made no
answer. His gaze was fixed almost
stonily on a voung cadet who had
just stretched out his hand toward a
packet of Maryland cigarettes which
had been turned out of X. s pocket.
Then B.. who had never ceased to
watch him, darted forward and
snatched tho packet himself, tore
the paper from a cigarette and found
it contained, instead of tobacco, a
000 franc note, neatlv rolled up.
Every one stood confounded.
Dress! said one of his comrades
sternly to X., who was now observed
while taking up ins socks, to make a
rapid, almost imperceptible move
ment. Four cadets sprung on him
and seized the socks. One contained
4 sous, which tho unhappy vouth
had had the courage to hold conceal
ed in his left hand during the two
previous investigations. Of course
they exactly made up the l,00f. 20c
contained in the missing purse. X.
was left for a few minutes quite
alone. Then several of his mess
mates returned. One bore a loaded
Chassepot, another a six-shooter, also
loaded; a third a vial containing
poison, a fourth a short cord, evi
dently capable of sustaining a con
Then one of the seniors said: "We
shall leave you alone once more. Do
your duty! Your suicide shall be
attributed to a disappointment in
love, or whatever you like. If 3-011
wish we will tako a letter from you
to the General."
X. merely replied, "I'll be damned
if I do!"
His last chance was gone. The
General was immediately informed
of the circumstance and the offender
arrested. What makes the whole
business inexpressibly sad is that the
culprit is the son of a bravo old
Major, now on half-pay, who had
both his arms carried away by a
canon ball while charging at "the
head of his battalion before Sabasto
pol. There seems every reason to
suspect that this is another case of
On examining the trunks of the
prisoner, there were found concealed
in mem Docks belonging to the Pub
lic Library and stamped with its seal.
During the two years of his residence
X. is supposed to have stolen about
1.200 in money from his comrades.
We may smile if we will at the
tnougnttul consideration displayed
by those boys in providing their
comrade with so varied an assortment
in 1 ue means 01 self-destruction, but
U recalls an incident in the life of
another soldier, in which nn ;,.
1 ' vwuiiu
ement was blended with the tragic.
A famous Prussian General, affec
tionately called "Papa" by the whole
army, once had a son who disgraced
his name. The father first "paid
hnn out of the scrape so well that
,e.,WOr wou11 st!1)1b- have heard
of the affair. Bat the father was not
satisfied He called the son into his
room and pointed to a pistol that lav
on the table. "There is but one
course before you," he said. The
young man, who had not yet fallen
into the lowest depths, took up the
pistol and blew out his brains His
lamer never mentioned his
Iling Lee, tbe wealthiest China
man in northern country, was mur
dered at German Gulch Montana on
the 27th ult. His murderers are
supposed to have got 650,000. It ia
believed they are Chinese.
The official vote ofi Missour for
President is as follows: TiMor,
iJo; laden s maiontv mcr it
The oflieial vote of Tennsvlvania
: Hayes, 384,143; Tilden. 001.
. Cooper, 7,201; Smith (prohibition),'
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Physicians reconrmend, and Farriers de
clare that no such remedies have ever be
fore loen in use. Words are cheap, but
the proprietors of these articles will pre
sent trial bottles to medical men, gratis,
and will guarantee more rapid and satis
factory results than have ever before been
Tike CentJiiir IjiiiimeiiT, White Wrap
per, will cure Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
Lumbago, .Sciatica, Caked P.reasts, Sore
Nippb-s, Frosted Feet, Chillblains, Swell
ings. Sprains, and any ordinary
FLESH, BONE OK MUSCLE AILMENT.
It will extract the poison of bites and
stings, and heal burns or scalds wit hout a
scar. Iclc-jaw, J'alsy, 'eak Hack, Caked
Rreasts, Earache, Toothache, Itch and Cu
taneous Eruptions readily yield to its
Henry Hlack, of Ada, Hardin county,
Ohio, says: "My wife lias had rheuma
tism for five years no rest, no sleep
could scarcely walk across the floor. She
is now completely cured by the use of Cen
taur Liniment. We all feel thankful to
you, and recommend your medicine to all
James Hurd, of Zanesville, O., says:
"The Centaur Liniment cured my Neural
gia." Alfred Tush, of Newark, writes : "Send
me one dozen bottles by express. The
Liniment has suved my leg. I want to
The sale of this Liniment is Increasing
'l'lie C'enfnnr Liniment, Yellow
Wrapper, is for the tough skin, flesh and
HORSES, MCLES AND ANIMALS.
We have never yet seen a case of Spavin,
Sweeny, Hing-bone, Wind-gall, Scratches
or Poll-evil, which this Liniment would
not speedily benefit, and we never saw but
a few cases which it would not cure. It
will cure when anything can. It is folly
to spend $20 for a Farrier, when one dollar's
worth of Centaur Liniment will do better.
The following is a sample of the testimony
Jefferson, Mo., Nov. 10, 1S73.
"Some time ngo I was shipping horses to
St. Louis. I got one badly crippled in the
car. With great difficulty I got him to the
stable on Fourth Avenue. The stable
keeper gave me a bottle of your Centaur
Liniment, which I used wit h such success
that in two days the horse was active and
nearly well. 1 have been a vetinary sur
geon for thirty years, but your Liniment
heads anvthing I ever used.
"A. J. M'L'AKTY, Veterinary Surgeon."
For a postage stamp we will mail a Cen
taur Almanac, containing hundreds of
certificates, from every state in the Union.
These Liniments are now sold by all deal
ers in the country.
Laboratory of J. I?. Rose A- Co.,
4 Dey St., New York.
C'astoria is the result of 20 years experi
ments, by lr. Samuet Pitcher, of Massa
chusetts. It is a vegetable preparation as
effective as Castor Oil, but perfectly pleas
ant to t he taste, It can be taken by the
youngest infant, and neither gags nor
gripes. Dr. A.. I Green, of Koyston, Ind.,
says of it :
Sirs : I have tried the Castoria nnrt can
speak highly of its merits. It will, I think,
do away entirely with Castor Oil: it. is
plasant and harmless, and is wonderfully
efficacious as an aperient and laxative. It
is the very thing.
The Castoria destroys worms, regulates
th" stomach, cures Wind Colic, and per
mits of natural healt hy slei'p. If is very
efficacious in Croup, and for Teething
Children. Honey is not. pleasanter to the
fasi.". and 'ast-ril is not so certain in
itsefT-ct. It costs but 2- cents, in large
J.B. Rose A Co., 10 Dey St., New York
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Are recommended "n account of their
great cheapness, variety, and quality of
the Music furnished, every subscriber re
ceiving from six to t-n times as much
Music as the same money would buy in
ThesH 3Iai;:iiiin' are issued Monthly,
price ' rts. -:el; pr a 11 11 tim : or
Hie .six Majgit.iiies for fi. A sample
copy of each Magazine sent for f 1.
Peters7 Household Melodies.
A collection of Vocal Mnic. containing all
the latest, songs by llnv.s, Danes,
Thomas, Stewart, etc.
Containing Four or Five Choice Choruses
by such aut hors as TIarnhy, Sulli
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Peters' Snored Selections.
Containing Sacred Quartets and Chususes
by I.ARNiiv, Sullivan, etc., for the
use of Choirs and Singing
Peters'1 Organ Selections.
A collection of Sacred and Secular Music,
selected from the best masters, suit
able for Heed or Pipe Organ.
Peters' Pa rl or Music.
Containing all the Infest and best Dance
and Salon Mude by Kink el, Carl
Wagner, Wilson, 7'aciier,
etc., etc. etc
La Crenic de la Crane.
Difficult Piano Music by such authors as
. Tualbkro, Stattkk, Liszt, Hel
ler, Smith, Wilson, etc.
Sample copies of either of the above
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ceipt of 125 cents, or a copy of each Maga
zine will be. sent for $1. Send 'Jocents for a
sample copy, and we will refund your
money if you are not satisfied.
Our New Descniptivn C'alalojjue of
NlitM't Music antl Music Hooks sent,
post-paid, to any address.
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J. P. WARD.
GEORGE A. HARDING.
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A
general assortment of
Di'iigs and Chemicals,
Comlts a ml Hruslies, ,
Slioul.ler Hi-ate l iniryund
Heroine Lamp Chimney,
ClaKH, Putty, Paintx, Oil.
arniklir s ami liye Stuffs,
TIRE WINES AND LIOTORS FOR ME
I PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
""Physioinns Prescriptions carefully
compounded, and all orders correctly an
rtVOpen at all hours of the night.
I BVA11 accounts must Ik? paid monthly,
novHtf WARD & HARDING.
Is your time to buy goods at low pilces.
are now receiving a large stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
all of the Latest Styles, which will sell
AT LESS THAN PORTLAND PRICES.
Our stock has been bought for cash, and
we will sell it at a small advance above
SAN FRANCISCO COST.
WEWIIXSAY TO EVERYBODY RE
M fore you purchase or go to Port land,
come and price our goods and convince
yourself that we do what we say. Our stock
consists in part of
Fancy and Staple
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Hats, Roots and Shoes,
Ladies and Gents
and a great many other articles too numer
ours to mention ;
PAINTS AND OILS,
We will also pay the Highest Market
Oregon City. Sept. 23, IS75 tf
CLEAR CREEK, CLACKAMAS COUNTY.
T DESIRE TO INFORM MY OLD CUS
1 tomers, and the public at large, that I
have just received a new supply of
BOOTS and SHOES,
And Other Miscellaneous Goods.
All of which I now offer for sale at the
LOVEST MARKET RATES.
My object is to tell all my old friends and
customers that I am still alive, and desir
ous to S'-ll goods t 'heap, KtK CASH, or
uion such terms as agreed upon.
I shall also have In my employ a thorough
COOT AND SHOE fcAKER,
and constantly keep stock on hand for the
Man ufactiiri & Repair of Boots & Slio.-s.
and all orders in that lino will be promptly
AU.KX M TTOOX.
Near tlie Viola Mills.
I. S ELLINGr
AS J ITST RECEIV ED TI I E LA RG EST
FALL AND VIHTER GOCDS
ever imported to Oregon City, which he
offers at greatly reduced prices. My stock
Has been larirely increased arid I can
show as handsome a line of ready-made
goods in Men and Hoys' lousiness ami
Dress Suits, Coats, etc., as can be found
in the country, and at prices that cannot
fall to sat isfy. My
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
Is filled wit h a splendid assort ment of all
the leading styles and fashionable shades
Mohair, Frfiich and
American Dress Good
Itlurk A 1 !: !,,
Ill illia ti linen,
V Hi A IsfN K Xj B ,
Plaid, Plain and Opera Flannels, of all col
ors. P.leached and Unbleached Cotton
Lutlie' anil Gents' T'nderwn r
Slmivls mid vfs,
Oil ClotH for
Floor a ml Table.
BOOTS and SHOES,
I would call special attention to my
stock of Men's and Roys' San Francisco
Roots, which I have sold for a number of
years past, with treneral satisfaction. Ev
ery pair warranted. A complete stock of
HARDWARES FARMING UTENSILSt
Choice Teas, Canned Goods, and all choic
All at Low Prices. Also.
LIVERPOOL. AXD CARMAX ISLAND SALT.
Highest Price aid for all kinds of
200,000 lbs. of WOOL Wanted,
for which I shall pay the highest cash
Price. I. SELLING.
Oregon City, Sept. 30 1875. tf
HARDWARE, IRON AND STEEL,
Hubs, Spokes, Rims,
OAK, ASn AND HICKORY FLANK.
Dec. 31, 1875 :m3 Portland, Oregon.
N. N. N.
NEW STORE AND
Af NEW ERA.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Roots and Shoes,
Wooden Ware, Drugs and Mediclnes.cheap
for cash or produce.
MARK THESE FACTS!
THE TESTIMONY OF THE WHOLE
..'f1 th buffering and diseased read
-7"l-et all who have been given up bv
Doctors, and spoken of as incurable, read
"L.et all who can believe facts, and
can have faith in evidence, read the fol
lowing. Know all men hy these presents. That, on
this, the Twentieth dav of June, in the
year of Our Lord. One Thousand Kight
Hundred and Sixty-six. personally came
Joseph llaydock to me known as such,
and leing duly sworn deposed as follows:
"That he is tlie sole general agent for the
United States and dependencies thereof
for preparations or medicines known as
Dr. Holloway's Pills and Ointment, ami
that the following cert ilieates are verbatim
copies to the bent, of his knowledge and be
lief. JAMF.S SMKITKK, Notary Public.
L. S. 1 1 Wall street, New York.
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to your pills. Oh, Doctor, how t hankful 1
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help writing to you, and hope yon will not
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110 Avenue D.
This is to certify that I was discharged
from the army with Chronic Diarrlnea,
and have been cured by Dr. IIolloway s
Pills. WILSON HARVKY,
New York, April 7, lstiO. 21 i'itt St.
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was damp and wet, caused an explosion.
The melted iron was thrown around and
on him in a jn-rfect shower, and he was
burned dreadfully. The following certifi
cate was given to me, by him, about eight
weeks alter the accident :
New York, Jan. 11, 18(i0.
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in November last ; my burns healed, but I
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J. HARDY, ll'J Goerch Street.
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I have over 2imi such test ii Hernials as t hese
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SoKl at the Manufactor of Professor
IIolloway A- Co., New York, and bv all
respectable Druggists and Dealers in Med
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boxes at 25 cents, and (12 cents, and $1
"HThere Is considerable saving by taking
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THE WEEKLY SUN.
Eighteen hundred and seventy-six Is the
Centennial year. It is also the year in
which an Opposition House of Represen
tatives, the first since the war, will be in
power at Washington : and the year of the
twenty-third election of a President of the
United States. Allot" these events are sure
to te of great, interest, and importance,
especially t lie two latter; and all of them
and everything connected with them, will
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ed in The Scn.
The Opposition House of Representa
tives, taking up the line of inquiry opened
years ago by Tiik srx, will sternly and
diligently investigate the corruptions and
misdeeds of Grant's administration: and,
will, it is to be hoped, lay the foundation
for a new and better period in our nation
al history. Of all this Tin: Sex will con
tain complete and accurate accounts, fur
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'1 lie twenty-third Presidential election,
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The Weekly Sun, which has attained a
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BIBLES FOR SALE.
TVST KEOEIVKIJ-, ANT FOR SALE,
at my Store in Oregon City, a supply of
P.iblen and Testaments. These books "are
the property of the American P.ible Society,
ami are offered for sale as low as t hey can
be bought at any similar Depository in
the State. Thos" wishing to ourehase are
Invited to call and examine t. r stock.
Agent for Clackam&u County.
HOW IS THE TIME TO
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AGENTS FOR THE ENTERPRISE.
The following persons are authorized to
act as agents for the Enterprise :
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Coe, Wetlierill Co., 07 Chestnut street
Abbott A Co., Xo. S2 and SI Nassau street
Portland.Oregon L. Samuel
San rrancisco j j p Fisner
St. Helens, Columbia county S. A. Miles
Astoria, Clatsop count v A. Van lusen
Salem I.. Williams
Harrisburg J. H. Smith
Iafayette.Yam hill county J.L.Frguson
Dallas, Polk county...
Canj-on City.Grant co,
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Hon. John Pumett
W. P.. I-iswell
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Roseburg Hon. I- F. Lan
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Lebanon j 1 jaston
Jacksonville Hon. E. P. Foudrr
Long Tom H. C. Huston
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