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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 5, 1889)
—Prof. Baker came over Mon
The Enterprise school Dist-14,
Rtí TAXI KOH E.
PETITION FOR LIQFOR LICENSE.
—Cold wave swept over Burns
1889, und made out the following , Miss Ida Roberts, teacher, dosed
licationa of Notice to make Final To the H onorable the C ounty C oubt
- program, and named time for races Aug. 30th, with the usual public
ctly mad« out for you at t Ui« offic e,
H arney C ounty , S tate of O regon :
—Fresh beef 10 cents a pound September 2d, 3d, 4th, 5th and 6th: examination and a basket dinner.
py of tMlu paper Umailed you f » kk
W« the undersiKiied resident« and legal vo
1. »>>y permiaaiou of the I'. H. Lost of
Among tho visitors who came
at W. C. Byrd’s meat shop.
■ nent, white your Npticu nt published ter« of and in Alvord Frecinct, County of Har-
1st Day—Quarter-mile dash, free early and spent the day were Dr.
nev, and State of Oregon petition your Honor
—Mr. and Mrs. T. I).
able Body to grant a License to I*. Andrea and
for all, purse....................... $150.00 and Mrs. Embree and children, Mr.
H J. Shirk co-partner« tie AndreH »v shirk, tosell write of returning to Burns in No
I). S. HOPKINS, A rchitect .
Spirituou«, Malt and Vinous Liquor« in lv««
’ ■ •
2d Day—Five-eighth-mile dash, and Mrs. Wm. Pierce, Mr. and Mrs.
quantities than one gallon in Alvord Precinct, vember.
Grand Rapids, Mich.
Harney County Gregou for a iieriod of twelve
W. T. Buchanan, Mrs. and Miss
—Dr. and Mrs. Embree came in
Usino S tatm L
ani > Orrtcg.j
orri< i.( C H. Smith,
In»» i j
Monday to spend the week at Mrs.
Will furnish Designs of House«, Cottages, and Mansions costing from |300 on upto auy
L. G. Rowe,
free for all, purse............ $150.00 Mrs. Wilbur Martin.
figure wanted. If you meau lo build,send |1 to my address, and 1 will mail you a portfo
HEREBY GIVEN tluit the f.,1- G. W. Austin,
lio of ;!3 designs of dwellings, like the one on tile in E ast O regon H erald office, with
hag filed notice ol hi« Intention James Stag«.
H. 1». Deien Laugh,
4th Day-Six-hundred-yards, free
full plan of each, full size details, complete specification«, and bill of materials, all very
proof In rapport of hl« elalm. Christopher Dunnean, Lout« Defenbaugh,
—Ras. Garrett was the first to
esting and especially satisfactory
full and complete so any ordinary carpenter or builder will have notrouble in going
proof will be Biede liefore the Edward Noble,
ahead and completing the work. And if you do not find just what yon want, write me
get in his application for filing a for all Harney County saddle to all the patrons of the school, as
Lskerlew, Oregon, ou Charley Turner,
-'S, I Remirar
what changes you desire made, and I will accommodate you. Or leave Orders with T he
horses, purse...................... $100.00
L. C. Chamberlain,
Tho«. L. Defenbiugh, Andrew Turner,
H erald . Y ou will It as cheap to erect a handsome house as to waste material on an un
as the teacher. Dr. Embree,
5th Day—One-mile, free for all, a well
sightly buildlug. Wllj aid you in re-constructing your present bcildmg.
' ««, for tbe 8U of NE qr. ami l.-.ta Andrew Wenuerslere, Andrew Stone,
—Mr. and Mrs. J. Nat. Hudson
II. A. Steven«,
TpRUSMl He nuinea tbe fol- John Smith,
<’. F. Barney,
were registered at the Burns to take
ucational progress of the pupils in
14 to prove hit fuiHinuou« re«i- Delore« Reiala«,
Entrance fee 10 per cent of purse. his district, arose and publicly com
ana cultivation of «ai<i i«n<l. \lz Jaine« R. Watson,
in Monday’s races.
. H. O Jonee,H. B, Laxton, Peter J. H. Delore,
Blood Horse Association Rules plimented Miss Carrie Cawlfield
Oil Phu" of Harn«/ county, Oregon, and
—Ed. McKinnon has an injured
Notice is hereby given that this petition will
be presented to the above named Court ou the foot from failing off- a house where to govern all races, and no money be on her diagrams in physiology und
>u who dealrec to pretest ngHinsi the 5th day of September, 1»»9.
,***^oi«uch proof, or who k:i<-u h-f
he was at work the latter part of given for a walk-over. “I’urse hygiene, stating he had been through
P. A ndrea ,
P roprietor M us . LOUIS RACINE.
reaaou under the tew and the regu-
II. J. S hirk ,
hung on the wire.” Address
two medical colleges and had never
he Interior Department, why such Aug 8-37.
Applicants. last week.
Id not be allowed, will be given an
seen better work from medical stu This handsomely appointed hotel is open to accommodate the pub
P. F. S tenger ,
—Burns hotel offers good meals,
- at the above mentioned time h : i < i
u«a-examiue the witnesses of uaid
ind to offer evidence in rebuttul of
lic with the best rooms, table, and service the town affords.
Visitors expressed much suprise
, ted h* claimant
reasonable figures during the races.
TO T11E HONORABLE COUNTY COURT OF
WARREN TRUITT, Register.
All are invited.
HARNEY C OUNTY, OREGON;
One Finely Finished Saddle.
We the iindeifciKncd legal voter« of Catlow
One Silver-Mounted Bit.
—Wagon loads of watermelons,
Preriuct, Hurney County, state of Oregon, re
spectfully petition your Honorable Body to plums, apples, vegetables, and grain
One Pair Silver-Mounted Spurs. their
Attached, where is Kept all Sorts of Liquors.
grant a licet.ac to Edwin Cath>w to «ell Spiritu
J nitnd S tatu L and Orrict, |
ou«, Malt, anil Vinou« liquors in I ce « quan Monday, reminded one of the huck
ents was worthy of note as a fine re
.akevtew, Oregon, June 22, 1WJ I
tities than one gallon in Callow Precinct, Har ster selling near large city markets.
IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow- ney county, Oregon, for the period of six (6),
I have added to my Stock of
settler baa filed notice of his Inten mouth« from the nth day of September, A. D.
—Burns was teeming full of peo
In the evening at the close of the
e final proof In support of his claim, 18»U, and your petitioner« will ever pra.x.
dd proof will be made in ion- i in
ple, men and women interested in
W. J. siR8.ni,
examination of pupils, recitations
Receiver at Lakeview, Oregon, on
Eight to enter and Six to start. followed, and all were pronounced
the Land Office opening, horse races,
, lies», via:
D. L. Shirk,
W. H. Shirk.
A. J. Cole,
ball, ice-cream stands for pastor’s
excellent, particularly Miss Carrie,
Wm. L. Crune,
32 for the EJi of NW qr.
1,3« I \ z
Charles M. Field«,
“For cow horses only.”
benefit, or usual trading and shop
>,B, Rw, E. Ha nanor. tin- f-.ll-.v.
Notice is hereby given
who is studying elocution with MisB
A FULL LINE OF
tea to prove hla Cvntinuou« rem peinion will be presented io the Honorable ping.
-Call every day of the Races, Roberts, and gave a recitation that
and cultivation of ««id in-.-i, viz Court of Harney County. Oregon, on 1< nday,
Joseph Delore, H. O. Jones, and J. 5th day of bep ember, A. D, lb39,
at Mrs. Parker’s, next door to the would do credit to a professional
ill of Harney county, Oiegun.aud
E dwin C atlow ,
day to its new quarters, J. C. Par Postoftiee, for Lunch, and Ice reader.
n who desires to jfütest against the
ker having formally turned it over Cream, at all hours.
“Our Folks,” by Mrs. John Cawl
.f such proof, o- t ino known of any
to its new postmistress the previous
reason, under U m i law and the regu-
“Margery Gray” by Mrs.
And School Supplies of all Kinds, Stationery, Etc.
»e Interior Dope rtmetit, why euch
Pierce were an agreeable addition to
1 not be allowed, Will be given an
■Honed tune and
at the above an___
—Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gawne Hamilton’s three horses on the the entertainment, as was a speech
ea-examlne the Wit
wit n Of bus of said
CANDIES AND NOTIONS.
id to offer evlAmce » in rebuttal of
by l)r. Embree, congratulating the
stopped over in Burns, 31st inst. track:
ted by claimant.
HAS LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY
WARREN TRUITT. Register.
NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
two school houses; a nine-mouth gSVAll of which will be sold at greatly reduced prices.
to visit relatives; they expect to re
and Miss Roberts’ on the ■$2-32
THURSDAY, S. IT. MUER... 1S89.
—Saturday morning a slight
-Long Creek, Grant co., sends J. remarkable abvanccmcnt of her pu
pils within that time.
frost chilled tender garden plants, A. Crissman’s three horses:
Distribution of prizes, gifts and
‘•K cnited B tatbs L and " i n< k . (
County Paper. tomatoes, etc. blackened and wilted “Rattler.”
words of commendation followed.
kevlew, Oregon, Angus' 21, lh»9.<
8 HEREBY GIVEN that in compll-
Prize for scholarship—Miss Car
throughout with frost.
□. CommlMloner** l.viti-r
lined settler baa filed null..... . bln
—There has been $1000 raised
make final proof In
i < - <>f In«
¡U1D!„bat Mid proof will be made before
for purses for Harney. They have
and ReceiverM Lakevie.v, Oregon,
Cawlfield, Laura Pierce, Ivy Buch
«th, ISM, vU:
anan, and Maggie Pierce, each of
F. E. B each , President,
I W m . M c F all , Treasurer,
Harbert A. Dibble,
pared to give good races. They
whom were present 60 days.
E. H ughes , Vice-President,
, for the WH of NEJ4. s I ', »I NW„
I W. F. B rownton , Secretary.
8 R 24. E. Ha nsni> th.- f. .11,,»
—Attention of the citizens of
A handsome copy of “Rob Roy”
ea to prove fair contiomo « r.-si
Wm. Woods’ horse:
presented the teacher by two
and cultivation of said land, viz: Burns, Harney, Drewsey, Saddle
lfore, Columbna John«..:. Jmn,« Butte and Del Norte is called to the
—Hon. J. B. Huntington accom
pupils Ivy Buchanan and Maggie
toward Morreaa.aH of ilaidin 1- o
advertisement of 1). S. Hopkins, panied by lion. Robert Harbison,
Pierce with the inscription on fly
WARREN TBU1TT. Register.
one of the best known architects in inspector of U.S. Surveyors-Gener- man :
0^*List of Directors and Stockholders at the oflice of the Agent:
leaf stating it was presented Miss
the East, and one of the most sat al and District Land offices, re
Roberts “in return for her love and
J. D. Shaw,
isfactory designers of wooden build turned to Burns Saturday, from
-Burns has the following in train kindness to her pupils.”
ings for people of small means. It Huntington.
Gifts of candy and nuts to all
xit . d S tats « L aud OrFirg, i
view, Oregon, August 21. lwi. i
is indeed true, that with the same
—E. A. King requests 11s to state
Tex Sillman’s two saddle horses, closed a pleasant and profitable en
I HEREBY GIVEN tliMl Itt t-.nnpli
a gray and a bay, and his two tertainment.
Hon. Commlsaloner's Letter "G,”
;-ntuned Killer hu filed notice of up a common looking, or unsightly ness to accommodate the public “Youngsters.”
Miss Roberts is engaged to con
1 to make final proof in support of
id that said proof will be made he- dwelling, a neat and even elegant with lumber of every description
the work she has so ably be
glstei and Kecelvir at l.ukiiien.
building may be erected. Write on demand; and will not he under nor colt: “Cicero.”
gun in the same district, which
her 17th, 138», via:,
' Richard W. Duna,
your wishes to him, direct, or call sold by any lumber firm. Orders
-Also, John Newman’s two horses shows a determination of the Board
I for the NE qr of 8W qr s', of NW at the ollice, as he gives us a com solicited.
of Trustees to place that district in
P roprietress .
I. . .nd BE qr of NE qr, H-c 31. Tp
He name, the following witnetwteH mission on all orders forwarded
—Combs the .Xrtesian Well man,
“Soda Water Jim.” 3-year-old. the front rank of educational pro
1 contlnuou. reaidem e upon, nntl from T he H erald .
gress in the county, a feat that can
who offered to sell us his $91200
of aald land, via: E. A stuntb r
vi wh.J. P. Baetor, and < buries t.rif
not be accomplished by change of
-rney, Harney county, (>r<-gon.
This Old and Reliable House
—Trial of speed took, place for a teachers from term to term, or by
WARREN TRUITT, Register.
—Chester Randall of Paisley is last summer, offers to bore a 300
foot hole for Lakeview, and case small bet, between “Scorpion” and intermission of three and six months
Has been refurnished and putin condition to accommodate the Traveling Pub
“Champagne,” on Wednesday; the out of every year.
lic, Guests from the Country, Transient anti Regular Day Boarders and
—Another grand ball will be with iron pipe for $1000, so says latter
Lodgers. Meals served promptly. Charges reasonable. The fare
CANYON CITY ITEMS.
? ., U mitid S tats , L and Orrii k .|
anti service the best the country affords. Wants of Pas-
nul' ms, Oregon. September 2, 188». j
sengers by Stage promptly met. Time-Tables
—Mr. and Mrs. McClure of Har and Mrs. H. C. Levens was brought side, took place between “Gray
E ds . H f . uald : Our city is putting
HEREBY GIVEN that the Inllow-
and Daily Newspapers in the O ffice .
ettlcr hat filed notice of lii« inten- ney are registered at the Burns.
in: a parlor set of five pieces: sofa, Rooster” and “Champage,” with
final proof in aupport of biz idaiin.
of this is very easy to explain.
Id proof will be made before the
IM.IB Receiver, U. 8. Land tiftiie at
Fall term of Grant county court
on Thursday, Deca®.6th, its»», viz: a pound at Byrd’s meat shop.
and chamber set of five pieces: passed under the wire.
IT CLAIMS TO BE A FIRST-CLASS COUNTRYJIOTEL
convenes here on the 2d of Septem
Tb.aui H aa kail,
—Nice assortment of Bird Cages bedstead, wash stand, bureau,
Only, und offers its courtesies to all visiting Burns. the^Trade-Center of Hurney country
, for the EM of 8W W, N W', o f s w' 4
ITS ». >f Hoc. 8?Tp. 2», S. R. 31 E. W. M just received at Geo. McGowan’s -
rocker and chairs.
was to have been run between “Barb over the county arc congregating
e f ollowing wltnwae« to prove hl«
—Beer and Liquors of all kinds
reaidence upon, and cultivation of,
—Any of the housekeepers in Wire” and “Pin Ear” for $200, dis much to the delight of the legal fra
la: Oliver Farva, Harvey Dixon, C. just received at the Palace saloon.
Burns, who would like to have a tance 600 yds, was not run—back ternity especially, so far as jurors
George McGowan,all of Burns, Or.
J. B. HUNTINGTON, Register.
—I). L. Shirk of Catlow valley, nice young woman from the coun ers of first-named paying forfeit.
and witness are concerned.
BAKER, CITY, OREGON.
registered at the Burns, Saturday. try do work mornings and evenings
—Fruit this season is bounteous
: oof .
—Jno. E. Roberts and Dr. A. Gib
in John Day valley and every day
MONDAY—S kit . 2D.
Have the Largest Establishment in Eastern Oregon stocked with
U nited S tat . s L and OrricE, 1
son are taking in the races this ing school in town, will find ad
party is passing to and fro
Entries for Quarter-mile Dash:
Burn., Oregon, September 2. is»'?, i
dress at this office.
p, .3 HEREBY GIVEN that tin- follow-
-IM yttler han filed notice of hi« inten-
—J. C. Wooley and T. J. Morri “Napa,” “Pin Ear,” and “Bird,” or unknowiYto your correspondent.
—W. T. Buchanan under treat
flnal proof In rapport of hi» claim,
who have the contract for mov “Barb Wire.”
d proof will be made before the ment last week for cholera morbus,
—Grain crops arc much better
First-choice “Napa,” on first pool,
I Receiver, U. 8. Land office, at
ing Burns school house into town,
on Wednaeday, Oct. 16tb. lw. viz: is up again.
this valley than was anticipated
5 to 3. “Jordan” second. “Pin
M»«" E. W. MaCarty.
—Dr. Horton, dentist, is in town, got the building on wheels Thurs Ear,” third.
by plenty of our ranchers, and the
day morning, moved it as far as the
ounty. Or., Pro. D. 8. No. mix ), for
prices of same are high considering SPORTING GOODS, & Cutlery, U Abilitò.
X«HM.Mn.8i,8. R. 31 E. W M. to do dental work and will remain town bridge that day; and next day
following wltnaMes to prove his a couple of weeks.
the bounteous crops raised.
ir e 1: ealdenceupon
and . ........................ .
were declared of!’, and the purse
put it safely on its selected site.
JoKpb Martin, J. T. Harin-«. Il
—The leading question here
Janzen Buchanan, all --I imri.-.or
—News was brought to Burns last given to “Pin Ear.”
among sports is who is going to
J. B. HUNTINGTON, Register. lying very sick from erysipelas at
whip in the fight on the eve of the
F. Gibblins. He is not expected week that Wm. McGlemere, a young
Entries for Five-Eighth Mile 27th, at San Francisco, “The Ma
man much esteemed by friends and
Tinware, Glass, PaintR and Oils.gSF All Kinds of Mowers, the
U nits » B tatbs L a and O ffice ./
—Jim,George, Jeff Cawlfield, and acquaintances, and who left here “Cicero” Hayes’ 3-yr-old and “John rine.” or “Jack Dempsey.” Later, Deering Binder, «kc.g*“Communications answered.Place your
Burn«, Oregon, 8eptei
imbvrB, 18»» J
whats on the Marine shoulders?
with Mrs. D. A. Cawlfield and Miss
Orders with this House if you want to buy what you need.
. HEREBY GIVEN lat
th» the follow-
l allx several weeks since, died 2()th S.” Tex’s 2-yr-old.
Ans. Bugs. Dempsey knocked out
ha« filed notice his inten- Ada Ragon started for Laker City
. ,a,t jttler
Pools started lively with “John on the 34th round.
nit. catarrhal fever in Walla Walla.
It pc* finai
C—1 proof in support of
tine id proof will be made before the last Monday.
I)." in the lead, “Cicero” second,
1 Receiver U. 8. Lami office, at
—Freighting outfits pass through
—Henry Caldwell and family
IK >' »n, Friday, November ibi . i
and “John S.” bringing half-price
havi moved into the Burns hotel, gentlemanly Inspector of Land Of with no change in selling but once, our city daily laden with merchan
dise, flour etc., for Harney county
'• ' oenty. Or.. Pre. D. 8. N<>.
f.>i and will aid Mrs. C. M. Caldwell fices, is in our town for the purpose
h b Bee. 12,Tp. 19, 8., R. 31 E. W M lit-
of aiding the register and receiver when the son of “Connor” was first and to its merchants and consum
following witnesses t.» prove hi« during the fall and winter.
TOILETARTICLES,GLASS, PUTTY, A' <•.
’Of eeldence upon and culti . H-i ii <>f
ers as well.
—Ritterbusch Bros, and F. Fish in the workef putting the new Har
p fts: Wm. Craddock, Louis schaed-
ewmaker, all er delivered on Monday last 88
start was effected, with “Cicero”
bushels of wheat and barley to Paul complishing the object for which it behind, but he quickly closed up professors, and guide, gave our city W. E. GRACE, P roprietor ,
a visit this week. They have gath
Locher of the Burns Brewery.
ered quite a number of relics in the
—Mr. and Mrs. Williams were in District will grace the Columns of was leading by a length, which he • manner of quartz, fossils etc. which
A Large Assortment of
town 31st inst. on their wav to Can the E ast O regon H erald next maintained to the finish, “Cicero” will lie a credit to Grant county in
yon City, where Mr. W. goes to at week
beating by 20 ft. Time, 1:08.
, the above college museum.
that the follow-
FINE CUTLERY, NOTIONS, Etc.
.pot ice of his in tend the fall session of circuit court,
WEDNESDAY—Sgrr. < th .
—Hugh Smith, Ed. Walton and
Alex. Gibson Jr., son of
support of hi«
— Go to the Livery and Feed Sta- I our old friend, Dr. Alex. Gibson,
. a number of our town people have
be made before
Has just been Received.
Lan.l office, at bie of Reed & Cavin at the old
who is one of the most eminent dan,” and “Napa.” This being no [returned from trips taken to various
2. 1HX9, via:
Pioneer stand in Burns, when you physicant in south Missouri, ar- pool selling race on account of not different parts.
R. No. 2647, for want to obtain good livery accom rived in
This being a lengthly letter and,1 PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED
Harney Sunday noon, enough horses entered, gambling
W qr of Sec. modations.
as I wish to keep you informed
. 19. 8.. R. 31,
from a visit to Alturas, Cal., where will be slight.
g witnesses to
Silver State: John Catlow shipped an elder brother, Dr. 8. C. Gibson
! at another time, I will say good
»n, and culti-
Everything guaranteed pure and of the very host quality.
T he H erald will issue an Extra day to you, and your readers and
a shewniak- three cars of horses from this sta has iieen located fur several years
“M uch A do .”
rney county, tion to J. G. Janies & Co., San in practice.
Having known the containing complete returns before and simply add
Francisco, last evening. The horses gentleman as a child, school boy, next publication day.
The “Texas” stands out bold,
were raised in the Steen Mountain medical student and practicing
’grand, and majestic as a Club
country, in Eastern Oregon.
physician, we reccommend his ser
Room, Amusement Hall, and Even-|
—J. H. Delore started to Paulina, vices to all in need of medical ad the Welsh house.
—The Hamiltons are camping
Crook county, Or, on Saturday vice.
IND O fficer
freshments whatever is called for
mber 2, 1WV.» morning. Mr. D. likes T he H erald
—An old lady named Cardwell near the race track.
in Wines, Brandies, Whiskies,
tat the follow so well for its local news that he
from Jackson county, stopped with
b of hi« inten-
Beers, Summer Beverages, Cigars
1 of hi« claim, I ordered a renewal of the paper for her two sons and infant grandson, at night” seems to rule Burns to date.
Ac, in any style ordered. Let's
de before the
The Burn« Beer i a Fine Quality, and may be had by the Glaus, Bottled, or in Quantity.
the Burns Saturday evening, on
»nd office, at I
sing the 421st song in “How to be
lore to our Crook county cotempo-
return home from a sad visit to man, late from Baker county got Happy:”
i raries as a gentleman who always her
the late home of John Cardwell in in. and received a general hearty
r. and Lot« 3
.. W M. He pays in advance, as well as reads Malheur county, where his wife sui greeting Sunday.
ive hi« rontin-
A lot of Thorough-bred and High
, cided about five weeks ago. The
—First load of lumber for the big
ation of. said the papers he orders.
said her daughter was afflicted Stenger-Sayer’s barn was laid on Grade Spanish Merino Bucks, and
—Word reached J. C. Welcome lady
i, all of Riley.
some good grade Ewes for sale
from Fort Bidwell, last week, of the with the trouble generally spoken the ground Friday.
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ON. Register. violent death of Frank Fee, whom of
t as “female weakness” resultant
FROM PRINEVILLE TO BURNS.
—The Land oflice dance was the » For further particulars address
the birth of her child for over
our readers remember as a guest of from
B rown B ros .,
Mr. Welcome last winter sometime a i year, until her mind was finally affairof the season. Speeches made
C. B BAKER, Sub-Contractor.
ire appointed before Christmas. On the 22d insL i nearly wrecked and it was the cause
while deceased was driving cattle of
i her terrible act. The widower, ington and Kelley. Dancing till
Arrlvea at Burn« WecJncada)• at J J» ■.
nt ft a m.
DOCTOR I. J. WELLS.
Arrive« at Prineville Satnrda)• at • p m
on the range, near Fort Bidwell, a i young man of 22 years, and his the small hours of the morning.
Leave« Burn« Thursdavsat «am.
his horse fell while running and child,
a babe of about 18 months,
BURNS— ----- OREGON.
when its rider was picked up. his were returning home with the old issue on account of lengthlv matter Gradual. of Bellrvne Uo.plt.1 .Mrille. 1 Col r.-M-nger Rate, from Prineville to Burn,. »7.50. Roun.ITrip.IU-wiA 0) day,
>ck-Inspector neek was broken.
lege New York City. 1*
11 oM lady, in his private conveyance. and advertising coming in late.
25-Jan. 1 •'
HARDWARE, TINWARE, AND CROCKERY, &C„
TEE PACIFIC FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Safe «fc íI=telÍEtt>lo,