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SOUTHERN OREGON MAIL, FRIDAY, JUNE 10. 1892
MATT ' DTTTi r'AMO'V the ring, and in Cantral Point, the bit
mH1L rUCOiVmr X . domociatic preciuct, the inroads
To The Guarantors.
Every person who has affixed Us namo to the
fubscrlption guarantee should not lose a
, momeut iu securing every sucscrifoer possible
as the time Is now ripe for this work anj every
day lost is so much time lost in the cause, and .
subscriptions will be only mat jnucn more un
ncult to secure. Organisation has been ef
fected and a president, secretary and treasurer
elected, so send in names to them as fust as
they are secured; accompanied by tao money
Jn every possible instates. . -
, . ByorderotlaA WAKEyiEt.n.
- Phoaslx, Ore. President.
fiat Q. S. Br.iGOS, Sec'y Trcas.. Me jford, Crc.
ELECTION RETURNS FOR JACKSON COITY.
To Old Subscribers.
Pewoas wi.ihujir to diconUnue their s
ay ri:ur2.VjNio thin nu-oor znav do so bv pavicff m
ZCJ ?C:rtfet WW Tilo$ done wo must
JWViVfllie Inw, vhlch soys: paper
'jihsl. -cffiret. with, sabrlpticii unpaid.'
Tgssabicriptlon price to this paper has beeu
fe:!uci.M to 51-SO psr ysar ir paid in advance:
ptherwiao i? will be cUarjed. fke price beisg
so low ue isust do this to protect jcunclvcs.
.orco-jree thrs 4033 not jjriaia t Uiosi hav
ia to do with our SwArautors,
- Hnnns Hilary.
V. 1X 'FWlc. prcsiutnt J.-'.irii.ors' AU'.3icnnC
1" I UKtrit Us-.on. r.t :1W D Street. Wasituistos,
5. .' I e ;-!;: H. Ciovcr. vics presideat, CaiubrKiRf,
'Kaxs 'J: H. Turcer. sec'y: J. F. WUUtis, lee-
' ttflO?, Oek-.l"x;s.i. ICr-u.
-ft . OREUOK STATE ALMANCE.
fresidehv Xittar.3 Picree. Milton
-m" jat Vice-arcs Jntccs Bruce Ciervallis
Ssd Vioo:yrs- S. II. Hull Pha'rix
Kec'y- Treasures.. ;W. W. Myers. .Ori-goc ' 'v
Chaplain Ira Overturf Mist
ttcrfarii ."Wni. liwwu HaUerCiiy
" DoorUecoor.. ... P. I.. Hart Ml. T.'.'.k.i
Executive Committee Nathan Pien.-e7 v . . .
JUjrrs. G. V. Weeks, W. A. Sample. V. It.
State Lsetarer. M V. Rarfc. Snlec-.
I GUjilS :
NATIONAL EXECUTIVE CGMjUTTES.
H. E. TAtiBEKECK, CaAiiuiAS,
K03ERT SCHILLING, Sechetarv,
M. C. Rankin, Trrsurer. Terre Haute. lad.
J. E. Dav Sulphur Springs. Tarns.
Ignatius Loanclly. Hastings. Minnesota.
t. F. Gaithcr. Birmingham. Alabama.
5. F. Wshtarn. Boston, Mass.
OREGON STATE COMMITTEE. '
WilUffl-a H. Galvani. Chairaaa.
J. F. Hendrix. Secretary,
ri. pierce. Tr-:iJ.urT.
SOUTHERN ()Mm IT AIL.
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Published Every Friday Morning.
fOBSORIPTION l-50 PES YFAft IN AOVANCE.
Entered in the Postmen at Iedforl. Oregon,
as S&ori J ClAi3 Mail Matter.
rKpFviirD, Fsidat. June 10, 1S22.
'Jr Sow for Ihe presidential campaign.
-rr . TfiT8,tfiird,Tirtv movtmt is the
jjroatestEbrt of the day..
ths followiaj by telegram.
t"ii returns fo.- th-; di 't.ic
Danlay, four hundred nnd forty-six:
Drum, ono hundred and sjvoaty-Cvj;
Holt, ni. ity-j-en; EC1I3 four hundred
and fifteen; ETmna, four hundred and
forty-one; Prim t.vo huaJngl lliirty
thraa; Vtke5jKl ono hutil.'od a::d
eighty-aight; Bmum, throe hu:idrdid
and eighteen: Eiwards'oio h-jn-irod
and thirty; MitcU.;ll. two hund -jd and
fifty. Ons smt'l precinct t: h ar from.
Xo returns f oa Ltkj counV.' L.?sht
OUR work is only begun and having
succeeded beyond the dreams of possi
bility, tvhat can w-i not do by Novem
ber. TiTK Pe-3p'e"3 Party in Joaphino
pouaty elects 1 kll tSeir candidat-.s
but one. We extend - tu.j mosl
heartv congratulations to our sister
county for th3 great victory and each
ctd every maa who votsd ths ticket
will make a butter citizen and !ivj and
In th 3 city of Portland the contest
betwsan the citizens ticket .and the
ring was fearful but tin citizens came
put victorious and elected very nca-
all their candidates. The backbone of
tho ring is broken and the people aro
on top to stay. The Australian ballot
Jaw paye4 a good part in the victory.
UP to tne nov" of . going to press
the democrats claim, to hare elected
their entire ticket except two repub
lican officers, Mulier for clerk, and
Merritt for representative. But we
bog to differ with thc-m. Marksbefry,
for assessor, Ireoples party, is ur.-
ij-s-idoibted!y eK-cted a3 those precincts to
Jta. heard from are in his favor, a3 we
; 'J's pgJHXr it, ana; toe republican surveyor
S - ' " rt- - ' ' .y j- , . . TT. a t - , : . r
- " '$!. :t vithout is or snds. Tha thing is not
f 2tllcd yet, quite.
The tabl3 in. another column show
ing the returns by precincts is bv no
insane the official count and some sur
prising results may bj .expected when
all the returns are. in and tha last count
3 made. We give the returns from all
precinots but four or five, but an our
figures were caught oa the fly . they
must be taksn with considerable al
lowance. Tae official count will not
b 3 made until all the returns are in
pad thaf will not -be for two or threa
days yet. As far as we can larn our
assessor, J. V. Marksberry, is in the
lead by a few votes and bis election is
tjjasonab!y sure. Although some o!
From Klauath couuty ws
Velvet fcilii Ut.
Kv-rht in the lieart of a poj.t:!ons dis-
rni-t. Vi;!i!:i t-arsluit nf one of New
York's nnwl f.t--!i'.u:i.ible pnitnfnsdfS.
Within a stone's throw of some of the
wealtuic.-t und birgest dry goods h. ores
mjlie world, wuere some of the wealvii
itt people in t-ie world daily go to pur
chase articles of l::xr;ry or necessity.
At 133 West Twenty-sixth street, not
above a dozen doors fi-v.su Sixth avouuj.
Jive generation. of p.-opIs. aick aiul on
tli verge f Marvatinu one not fcr
from deitth's door were tnrned out on
the Btreet yesterday as one would not
tnrn out a mangy cdr.
(t was a LHMnliful ntomiog. God's
snn shone gloi-iously over the cit3" of
New lork. and the wind was most
grateful, for it feept the temperature
down. It was a Httiiii; day for au evic
tion, a fitting ilny to show that, loving
and gracions ax is the rod who gave the
sun and the wind, something had been
left out of the heart of the man who
conhl only see that sr.n ami wind and
say. "Now is the time fc drive tlieiu out
Old Mrs. Clark is .weuty-two years
old - Poor old colored won::iu. tlie time
tias been wlieu there was a uijui tis work
for her. to keep lu-r hmue above her head.
For Supremo Judge
A. S. Bennett. Democrat
F. A. Moo-v. Republican
Will U. Wal-cor, IV-opio's
Benjamin P. Welch, Prohibition.
For Congress, First District
Hingec Hjrmann, Roiublic:tn
WinlildT. Kigdon, i'rohibition ...
M. V. Rjrk. lVopie's
R. M. Vctitch, Domocrutic
For Attorney General
G.'C. E. Ctifiinborlain, Diuiocmt. .
Lionel It. Webster. Republican ..
For Circuit Jud ie Fii-st District
W. C. Halo, R publican
K. K. Tlantia. D-. mtvrat
P. P. Prim. P.tnocrat
I -a Wakeii Id. P-opl :'s
For District Attorney, First District
ffenrv u. Boutn. R-publican
W. C. Ed wan) s. Poopl.-'s
S. U. Mitcholl. Denuc:at.
For Member State B'd Equal'n, 1st disi
V. A. Dun lap. Democratic
G -orgo W. Dunn. Iwpubliean
r?aTtu-.'l II. iTolt, People's
For R ptvsoutatives
W. H. Hlkinson, Republican
Willi im H. Bives , Pot lo?s
K. T. Dj-.Tiiing. People's
E. D. Foudruv, D;nncrat...
J. J. Hoi-.ck. bemocrar.
J. W. Merritt, Repablica :
S. M. Xcalon, People's
Charles Niok-eil, Democrat
Chauae-ey N'yo, Republican
For County Judge
W. T Anderstm, Peonle's
J. M. MeCiill. Republicau
J. R. Neil. Democrat...'.
J. I). Whitman. Independent
F-r County Commission r
Rial Benedict, Republican
SurucI Furry, lM;.'nrcrat
Harvey k-hardion, People's
For County Clerk
E. E. Doming, People's
Max MulKr. R.?pnblicau .
Ed. R. Owen, IV mix-rat
For County Recorder
R. T. Armstrong, Republican
Wm. M. Holmes, Democrat I
J. F. wsticr. Peoulc's
J? -ci, ,!--
W. II. B:-adshov, People's
. G.hi. F. M 'rriman. Republican
John E. Pelton. Democrat
For Caiinly Treasurer
Geo. K Bloomer, Democrat
Wtn. Kahler, RepubHofiti.'
Ee F. Walker. People's
For County Assessor
,f. W. Markoorrv. Peole'sl
B. F. Miller. Republican
J. L. Woelridg-, iX-mocrrt
For School Sup,Tiut'n(lenl
Si'olt Morri.-, Republican
C. S. Price. Demiotvt
E. E. Smith. People's
For Cfeinty Surveyoi
V.'elbtirn Bevson. People's
G. Y. Elksr.nt, Domoui-at
Charles J. Howard, R.public.iu
Jesse Hinkle, R 'publican
Boen P rtor. Democrat
251 ! 129!
i y. 4 "i
&".( -4 ...
5"i 164' ..
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made by the Peoples' party were won
derfu l We lost ground in tha pre
cincts removed from tho center tf; 'Folloiving is nn unofiicial statement of the votes cast in each jirccinct in the county as far as counted up. That some of the figures are in
populatiou." Taking Medford as a cri-' correct there is no doubt, but we give the table as showing as near as possible how tne vote stands up to the hour of going to press. The official
terion of sentiment throughout ihe . count will change the figures materially
ojunty. and Medford is conceded that
honor, the three parties having polled
equal the voty.-and it proves that th
Peoples' party on an averaga is fully
as strong as either tho democrats or
republicans, with a little the best of
the republicans if anything, taking in
to consideration that Jackson county
has been heretofore strongly d ?raocm
tic. If the political strength had been
equally divided between tho old parties
our entire: lick-t would have been
elected as in Josaphing oouti'.y, the
good Lord be prais.-.d. M.ty wa not
feel jubi ant over this sho.ving? Tne
party is only a few months old and so
soon it has come to the fro:it, and with
every sober though '. of thiukiag citizens
its strength will augment r.ccortiing.
All it ne-ds is nn understanding of the
principles enunciated in thj plat
form. -And still another puiot we
wish to make, ts gVeunod trom t:ie re
turns: - Baioro election, republicans
gioaied over figures showing wherein
the Peoples' party was drawing frt m
the democratic raaks, vea to throe
to tho republicans, and consequently
the repubiiear.s w. re certain 10 over
come tho d'en-.oeralie majority and
elect all their ni'n. They mut now
agree w'.t'i us, for figures woi't lie
ym know, that tho third party is about
equally made up of geodiacn wl'owere
once good democrats and good repub
licans, allowing for ci:-cj:nsla:icesf and
conditions. Well, then; we say iu con
clusion, and we are borne out on all
sides, that tho people, tha intelligent
masses, are beginning to hir.k for
themselvjs, and are making use of
their right of suffrage in accordance
with their contciencj and abscrvaccc
of the preheat condition of things.
Our success at this election was good
beyond our reasonable expectations
and we predict at least a state victoey
f .r the third party iu November.
lias just received a large stock of
fine CLOTHING and GENT'S
also a finestock of
BOOTS and SHOES
Which he will sell ss low as can
be sold. Small profits and quick
sales will be his motto.
see for vourself.
Has changed bands and
WORK. AND PRICES
Are much more satisfactory.
Give Me a Call.
J. A. GOFF, Prop.
H. F. WOOD.
Contractor anfl Biuluer
Jobbing of all kinds. Plans and
estimates furnished on application.
Jackscrews to let.
PgUCE BHBBEB SHOP
W. L. Towxsesd, Proprietor. .
Main Street Opposite PestofEce.
FOB THE LADIES.
Bv Ru: m.T.
TRtMMlSGS OF THE SSASOX.
Colored sjKtngbs and natl heads arc
very pret'y oa cloth suits.
Laoe of all kinds is to be used on
every sort i f garment. Even gloves
are b.ing manufactured wU'u a fjll
ruffle of narrow laci at the top of the
Oa black net we wi;l soon see per.rls
Ihreatled with gold. You will find
them on bauds all ready to be sewed, oa.
In wnist belts tho newest St le repre
sents an nr.tiqu.i chain fastened by an
antique clasp in front.
Red cloth riding cap?s, which will
be greatly worn this spring and sum
mer, are trimmed with black and jet
uail heads. -
Tfie soft silk scarfs, tied in a huge
bow, are daily gaining favor, red being
' perhaps the must general after the shot
Skirts are usunlly"lritnmed around
the foot either with a thickly plaited
silken rucli. a hand of bias velvet.
headed bv a narrow des-iirn of braidins?
r . 1. . . 1 .. . 1 .. . 1! . . ... .! ... "
lib iius ureu ueau ior many a year, anil or My rows oi riuoon. l uc riDtX)U may
she. white haired, beat, decrepit, leaning ! be sewed on plainly in two Or three
upon a eane. has to depend for her sup- ! straight bands, or it may
fliu so ratten to t jstcr nnd br.i'.J up. wo j
can imagine his horror when he roals ! mr Q siiooru
on iis every pa je arlicles calcnlated to I Mr. M. V . Carro;l. cu.unaa.n of the
drive the people of this beloved country j stat0 cecUal ccmnnUce of the Tcopla's
apart. 1 I'O"- writts as follows to a local coiu-
In tlin tvrw-hf wrf.lin.e- t5; tw.i av I tnitlceman: "Good progress is being
nta.ie in tne rami portions 01 tuc state.
tho general outlook is glorious.
rions together his last and lest days
I NOTICE OF NEW SURVEY.
C. S Load OSce, Itosrtmrg. Ore
NolW Is hcrfcy frivra that a part of the
heretofore ut.urvred portion of lie foliowir
named tvuipa lo i; :
Sonthwryt quarter of section 3EI. lot No. T of
sreikm 19. went half of section lie. and all of ec-
Ifot and cold baths, pompadour
hair cuttir.j and clean towels &
Fair treatment for everybody.
Give us a trial.
port upon her children.
Her dang'uter is Mrs. (inrner, ngetl
forty -five years, witii her married daugh
ter and.a son of twelve. That married
daughter is Mrs. Robinson. She is just
thirty years of age. She haa a son jnst
tnrnwl sixteen, a daughter barely six
teen anil two yonnger childreu. Tht
elder daughter. Sarah, has a baby three
'.'Jnst think of it! Nine eoplea!I at
the point of starvation, no 0111 near to
htilp, and turned ont by the landlord!"
- "(Jhr cnes some one. "they didn't ptty
their rent. I stipixise.''
Exactly, they didn't pay their reut be
cause they couldn't, ntnj so Dr. Dussel
dorf. of Brooklyn, the landlord, turned
theiu mil-New York Journal.
PURE FOOD 1ST CONOHE53.
.-7- . ' jjui1 Cim4aws are very or tne
- -.V r,y,6jiai&,r!Ja say a ti tho final
-What is 'significance the lesson
learned from the returns of the elec
tion just held? The plain, unearthed
truth of the whole matter is that tho
Centers of population are tho strong
holds of the Peoples party. -' We were
wont to hear that this third party
movement woulde ba supported in pro
portion to the distance removed from
civilization; but no one will now deny
that this idea i3 erroneous as is cer
tainly sufficiently proven not only in
this eounty but from all returns in tho
State. In this county the towns and
centers of population gavo us by far
the largest support in proportion to
the work- done among them and the
Vote polled. In Ashland the 'vote is
over one third on an average for the
Peoples'-party; in Medford a good ons
third of the ballots were cast for us;
rjijla a Jacksonville, the very hub of
Action Which Has Basulted in the
Official Datermtnation of the
Best Baking Powder.
The act of cwngress authorizing
the examination- of the baking
powders h;is resulted in 11 moet un
precedented compliment to Ihe
Royal Baking Powder. The tests
were made made in the government
labaratory at Washington, and the
official report shows that the Royal
is superior to all others in leaven
ing strength being over 30 per
cent above ' the average. The re
port also shows the purity of the
Royai Powder and the wholesome
ness of its ingredients.
This is probably the highept com
pliment of an official character ever
paid to a proprietary article, though
no more than the great army of
baking powder consumers would
expect in dehalf pf their old friend
The result of the official exami
nation ub thus determined, will, of
course, make the Royal tne stand
ard for government purchases.
along the upiier edge
several tiarro'A- rulUes.
A new and delicious dainty is pre
pared by taking the stono, either from
dates or prunes, and substituting a bit
of tho kernul of an English walnut.
Lemon juice will whiten frosting:
cranberry or strawberry juice will
color it pink, and tho grated rind cf nn
orango strained through a cioth will
color it yellow.
If the throat is very sore wring a
cloth out of cold water and bind it on
the throat when going to bed; cover it
with a dry towel. This is cxcelleuL
A comfortable way to take castor
oil is to squeeze lemon juice into a wine
glxs, tjien pour the oil carefully on
top.thcTi on top of that, more lemon
juico and swallow without beating.
One of tho best remedies for tender
feet is after the morning bath to
sponge with a strong solution of stilt
and water, afterwards drying lightiy.
A good polish for removing stains,
spots and mildew from furniture is
made as follows: Take half a pint of
ninety-aight per cent alcohol; a quarter
of an ounce ench of pulverized resin
and gum shellac; add half a pint of
linseed oil; shako well and apply with
a brush or sponge. . .
INSULT TO GRADY'3 MEMORY.
Tha Conduct of Democratic Leaders and
Ncwflpaper Utterance, tu the South.
Could Henry Grady rise from his tomb
and behold the writings and speeches of
the leaders of Democracy today he would
feel that all cf his efforts to bring to
gether tho sections of this Union were
in vain. He would sc, with that old
torn and tattered shirt in hand, our
former leaders whom the people have
delighted to honor rushing from place
to place and trying to arouse the old
" - . . I
' If he is permitted from that other
world to catch one single view of the '
situation as it now exists in his beloved
state we know that it would send a cut
ting p-J,iu to bis loyal heart :
If he is permitted to glance at the pages
of that DUDer fhat ho loved so well and ,
Hons X. oi and 32. of tovntip x.uih. of i
were spent, ana now to see mi or nis . i. u i., j ! a. n. ja -ec . aiid :-. of umsup xo. si Having
earnestness and clonnence. nil of his ":rurc " '"" .vctn ..f rre Xo. u west: ;o tbe retr-amdrr ' is now
! vi au, 'i4.itiviu, i h i:f ii-i. i.vt uosaiwjco nB ' i nromtitlv
i (;;.., i. ..l.,.l n-iti, l,.ltr r.f inirr : low:;:e Uitnueaiv. uti: ikrlions Nn.tT. I, : 1 ""ul't'i'
par-! . ,. . , , . V t - I IK. A'aaJ M. of tcwnh!pNo.SJ south. of rrr. j .
; uuui mi nu to v. niwsmiv. &vuw ! ,o la Tresi. a')U ouio uail oi srciioa sts Donn
Post-Di'watch I BCa so""f quarter oi sceiraa -, aca
, ' I wet baif of svton S;i. of f owasaip Xu. 3D siouid.
. ' of raagv Xo. IS west. ha beei surveyed, acd
Th5 problem or the bonr amontr old the pUt of said surrey thcnvfwtil be tiieJ in
4 ,. . . . ... 2 IbU oC.ce on the l-.h davof Anjrasu I5i nnd
r") "" i on aso arter iu saw imo aay ci aoetusi. ikl
mailerlv pleiidinfisand brilliant writings
thrown to the wind for the sako of
Can it be that or.r people hsvo so soon !
forgotten tho n.)blc worvls tf Grady?
Can it be that our people will sgain bow
to the cry of tho "bloody shirt" howlers?
We do not t l;cve it. Such men an LewU
Gtrard, A. D. CaatUer, W. Y. Atkius-en,
Warren Aikea and a host of other would
lie leaders may howl, but tho peopie will
not be deceived. Tho south, like Grady,
has bnried the bloody shirt, and uo
amount of incendiary speaking or writ
ing can rwrnrect it from iu peaceful
slumbers. These sections arc ouo peo
ple again aid our would bo leaders of
the popgun variety may tear their hair
in rage, but it will be of no avail.
For tweuty-flve years the eplo have
followed these leaders blindly. They
fesked uo question, save, "Is he the nominee:-"
Steadily they have grown poor
er and poorer, and today these same
leaders denounce ns as anarchists, so
cialists and cranks, simply because we
demand our honest rightsdemand sira
We do not bclievo that the people can
be scared into party service by any such
a cry. It is too old, it has been heard
often K'fore nnd now the people v.ill
not heed it. They have been ground to
dust by followiug the lead of the!e
bloody shirt howlers, white the "howl
ers" have held the offices and obtain
financial relief for themselves.
The common people have at last a wak
ened to tho situation and aro determined
to throw off the yoke placed on them by
these bloody shirt politicians. They
havo paid enough tribute to plutocracy,
and hereafter they are determined to
vote and net as free men, as intelligent
citizens of this common conutry.
This old cry will not succeed any more.
The south and tho west have joined
hands for the common good, nnd will
stand shoulder to shoulder at the ballot
box this fall. No cry of itegro supremacy,
of "force bill," will keep tho people from
Etanding by their colors in this fight.
Southern Alliance Farmer.
bought out Frank Galloway
prepared to fill ail orders
men can we nominate who will knock i we win be prepared to receive applications for :
The Cheapest and Best Ficket Fence
made. Correspondence Solicited. Ad-
tho other fellow out, not what can we
do to nplift humanity and improve so
ciety? Omaha Tocsin.
the entrv of said lana In such heretofore un
surveyed poruoo of said townships.
JoHtc H. Shlti. Register.
A. M. Crawford, Receiver.
dress all orders to
Will Sleet July 8.
Tho national executivo committee of
tho People's party has issued nn oflieial
programme for the national convention
of that party to bo held in this city
It says that owing to tho desire to
inuko nominations on July 4, all dele
gates will meet for temporary organiza
tion at tho Coliseum building, Omaha,
on July 2, 1802. Tho various state dele?
gations are requested to meet the same
day to elect ono member of each of tho
following committees: Credentials, rules
and order of business, pennanent organ
ization and resolutions; also to elect
tlireo members of the national commit
tco from each state and territory,
The People's party of Knox county,
Ind., met at Vincennes and nominated a
full county ticket. Isaac Collins, a
farmer, was nominated for representative.
The World for Purity or Goods.
Medford Distilling and Refining Go.
WHOLESALE HOUSE, MKDFORD, OK.
Our Goods aro made from the best of Corn and Rye aud are Absolutely Pure
We Solicit Your Valued Orders.
SIP CEITOL t HOTEL.
Harris & PnTuin Prcurictors. Terms: $1 $1.50 an $2 wtr
First-class in Every Particular.
fl3SSpecial attention paid to Commercial Travelers.
AS IT IS THE-
The Only Official Farmers' Paper-
Now is tlic
Accepted Time to Subscribe
The leadtni; Dru; Store of Medford Is
GEORGE H. HASKINS.
(Successor to Haskins & Lawtoa.)
Hs has anything in the line of
Paints and Oils,
Tobacco, Cigars, Perfumery,
And everything that is carried in
Prescriptions Carefully Com
Main Street, Medford, Oregos.
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and SADDLE HORSES.
Horses Bought and Sold, and
BOARDED at REASONABLE HATES.
GOOD CARE GUARANTEED.
MURRAY & WALKER.
L. M. LYON.
J obbing of all Kinds.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.-
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