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ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUN FY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, IP02.
NUMBER 22.
VOLUME
x.
SO.
IE ST. JOHNfiAyD.
l,Ah lCtr. Arjton. ami -rnterca
L5rto - Secoai elr. .VbII Mutter,
. ADVERTISING -KATES. .
1 iiirh 1 mosv $1. 2 inos. 'f'1,50 3 moa.
$1. C.inos.$8. 1 year $5.
aindieiil m. $l,i0 2 tn. $;,50, 3
mos. $3. mos. ftiO 1 yi-nr $",j0.
JUle su'largo coKtrAi'-lwBCSeB.on ap
plication. U llS'CR IPTION K A TE'S.
-'O e, .year
. .$5.50.
..$1.50.
..$l.(Hi.
fix'fhonths
Three months .
S. Perkixs Proprietor.
ffe. , 6..3B. Ovi-rsox, Editor and Mgr.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.. j
m??Si?arv us if rou-mtw your paper. i
Seal U remittances by M. O. or rcg.stered
Dori'i ask -your parer dlrcoutln leu until all
nrrorl'i. lire T1I1(1.
SudacTiptlon rout:b: paid in advance,
- a '
i you wMi your.pajer ent to adtficrcntftd-
4resv 'notify
promptly made.
ub end Uie cimnge ivm u
THE MANAGER.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
TERRITORIAL
G-ivbrsoii N. 0 Murphy....
tStc.?:TAUV... C. U. Akcrs
Ttr.Ascr.KR T W. IVmbcrton.
'3Ul,.Pl,BlNST'S..R. I t'"
A imrmK G. W. ViclteM
,1'litDiiix
..1'henix.
. I'liwuix
. .Phoenix.
.1'rcsrott.
ATTORN
:VtBS... C. 1' . Aiusworin .rmeiii.
AnJT
GKNKUA L....H. Aliyn L.UWIS....
.riioeiux.
snPUKMK COUUT
VBr.fTF.n Stjseet. Thief Jntlce.....
Q. K. Havjji. Associate Justirc
F. M lo.s, Asxoninte JiiFliCi
K. E Si.oa", Associate Justice
K. K MoumsoN, i;. Hist, attorney
.I'luenlx
". .Tucson
Florence, i
..Prscott
, Pnscott.
TV M. Gkifi'ITH. U. S. MarPinu . .
riirfc ......Thomas Giunhkix . ..
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..Phoensx.
riioeiux. ;
i
(Icrk Dist. Court W. C fcosrri.it.
:
JOU.NTY OFFICIALS.
f A. V, Gihhonn
Chairman
nrSiirEnvi.eons' G. A. Con kiln.
; Uenirno I.opoz.
i.i,'oiTk
U held
IXonlco Garri
ojnrlerlvuPCtlnKforihi'ltnrtrd will
Tro,rdftriilril.Jidy
V
i: i', pmtuict ArroitNPY Alfred Kniz
?JBKtJUKIt. l'
ri?ioK ov tub Disi-nicT count.... it. E Sflnftu
riBATKJKiNK JO"n '
i .n.niW!(im!T...- JOU1I t. ii"'!"
rermsnf thei.IstflCvVrt.thi
"Aprlinit tlienrst 7toirduiiKOofR'r. .
S. S. and R. C. Conference
Sunday School conference com
menced Saturday February 15 at
10 o'clock a. m. In this confer
ence, reports from the different
Sunday Schools of the Stake, were
given by their Supts. and class
exercises from the schools were
rendered for tho purpose of show
ing the manner in which the
oUss exercises of the several
schools were carried on.
Instructions were given to the
officers and teachers, in tho meet
ings and in special officers and
teachers meeting by Dr. Tanner
and Elder Summcrhays.
The Religion Class Conferenco
convened Sunday evening reports
of the ward classes and excercises
from the same were given after
which with much interests tho
officers and members listened to
the instructions and comments of
the visiting authorities.
The conference was spent with
great benefit and in the best
pf spirit by all who attended, both
from other places and from
the home ttfvvn.
The Follqwing re those who
attended the conference from the
other wards, and if we have
missed the name of any one who
attended it will be a slip of the
pen and not an intentional omis
sion: Bishop Joseph Udall and sons,
O. AT. Bigelow, J. T. Rencher x:d
sister, the Misses Butler, Tom
Berry and son, E. A. Noble, B. L.
Gibbons and wife, Leo Boy Le-
sueuer, Miss Bigelow, Hyrum,
Baley and Rebeca Nelson, Mrs.
Elizabeth Pulsipher and daughter
Mrs. Dora Harris, Mrs. L. R.
Gibbons, Miss Cheney, David
Pulsipher, Misses Brown, Jarvis,
Eagar, Lottie ICempc, Messrs
Crosby, Slade, Brown, and a
host of other young people who
perhaps we have omitted on ac
count of not boing abe to learn
'-their names.
True
ECOllOniy
The difference in
, cost -betwecn-ran alum
I baking powder and
' O r
I I h e h i e h e s t - c 1 a s s
i o
cream of tartar bak-!
j
! inn- nnwrW wnvlrl nof-
. mg po vcu,r would not
i amount for a family's
' Jy tQ Qne dollar
a year.
Jr. FtlCe S IS the
Standard Cream OI tai-
I
11. i -r
tar baiting .powder. It
makes the food de-
llicious and healthful.
Note. You cannot, if you
value good health, afford to
use cheap, low-grade, alum
baking powders. They are
apt to spoil the food ; they do
endanger the health. All
physicians will fell you that
A 1 1 Ttn 1 r ( tirr Ic lalatnrinnr
j WUIII lit 1UUU VUV.iLVl lUUIt
Visitors Entertained.
President Udall arranged an
impromptu but novel entertain-
'ment for tlie amusement of our
distinguished visitors, Dr. Tanner
,
and Elder Summernays of Salt
Lake Citv, who assisted in con
ducting the recent conference here.
The entertainment was given in
the Academy, Monday evening .
'. d consisted of numerous Songs,
j instrumental selections, recila- !
of thu corjwnitiou to eslaonsu atid
i CIty stioWCU their ,'
ability to enter-
i - " " 1
made the flattering remark that!
T.ohns talent would-be a credit
a;t Lake City.
I Sfierthe entertainment mu-
-jaicacnllH
jlhe crowd adjourned tOthc'A'ssem- j
i blv LTall and indulged in that fa
mous light fantastic amusement
of dancing untill a late hour.
All went homo happy and feel
ing as if a debt of gratitude was
due those who so kindly furnished
the amusement for the even
ing. .
Educational Lecture.
The people of St. Johns enjoyed
a rare treat on Tuesday evening.
i Elder Summerhavs and Dr. Tan
ner of Salt Lake City gave lectures
to an audienco of as appreciative
listeners as could bo found any
where. Elder Summerhavs thor
ouchlv outlined the value of music
in the home and in the school. His!
words were carefully noted by alii
j ftlu mUch profit will come of that
j Atdress.
Dr. Tanner seconded what Elder
Summerhavs said about music
and then turned upon the subject
of books. Many were the valuable
j points with reference to the use-
fulness, etc., of books were empha-
si2cd by the learned Doctor, who
j has himself been guided since his
j youth by good literature. He il-
lustratecl part or nis laih. Dy per
sonal allusions. He started m life
as a poor boy and worked for his
education. He is a graduate of
Harvard. He emphasized this
maxim of his own formatian: "An
ounce of desire is worth more than
a pocket full of money.'' All were
i delighted with tho talks.
; -
j What next Bro. Webb? It has
jheen currently reported by the
Phenix press that Sam F. Webb
has taken charge of the Arizona
Democrat. In Tuesday's Gazette
appears the announcement that
! the Arizona Gazette has also fal-
j len into Mr Webb's hands. It
was anuounced that the Demo
crat will remain Democratic,
but Mr. Webb failed to tell us
about the future politics of the
Gazette. Mr. Yebb promises to
make tbe 0;rzette an up-to-date
I -CHASTER?:,
V .of
llhe Sisters of the Blessed Sa
1 ra-nent
for Indians anil Colored Peoplet
BE IT KNOWN th.it we whose names
i "?" ri
. svlvama sum our associates, being a
'-v of """f'rJT. "l"
jibe Hoinun Catholic Religion, uwng in
fy '
UvMiks, have associated ouiseives u-
fe.h.f fdlLuvT
training and instructing "trecm oi titm
! the agency ot others the American In-
, dinn ftml CoIored Ril(.es iuul ,lo dei;hire
thflt WOiinl 1 "VS8Tte8,t w;.l,lA8U"h
persons as mav from time to time be
come members and our and their succes
sors are desirous of acquiring and enjoy
ing the powers, i nmunitfes and privi
k'dges of a corporation or a body politic
j in law an I lact, the name, style, title,
objects, urtiefes and conditions whereof
I are as follows:
ARTICLE I. The name of the corpo
ration shall be. The Sisters of the Bless
ed Sacrament for Indiana and Colored
People.
ARTICLE II. The essential objects
of the corporation are, tn educate the
American Indian and Colored Races
Ihruout the State of Pennst lvania and
beyond its borders; to train teachers for
this purpose and especially to train the
youth of these races, without religions
distinction to become self sustaining
men and women, using such methods of
instruction in the principles of religion
and of human knowledge, as may be
best adapted to thoBe purposes; to visit
and administer to the sick and poor of
these races and to act as guardian of
such of their orphans and minor chil
dren as may be committed to its care.
ARTICLE III. The business of the
Corporation shall be transacted in Bucks
Counly, Pennsylvania and other places
in the State "f Pennsylvania and be
voml tho limits of the Commonwealth,
iml cilice of the Corporation
sl);l5l be ,.ll!lVteil tlt St. Elizabeth's House,
nensulom Township, Bucks County
Pennsylvania, with full power on the
MC;U,: . T. 7 1
. ARTICLE IV. The Corporation shall
mivu.noriustual existence.
ARTICLE 'V. The officers of this
Corporation shall consist of a Board of
tMknUxers-wT-fiv6 persons, - or Bttch ad-
ilitlonalnmrtber-noc'x."eeUinBvfiTteen'as
tdiall be fixed by the By Laws ; of a
President, Secretary and Treasurer and
such other officers! and agents as the By
Laws shall prescribe.
ARTICLE VI.
currant vear are :
Tho officeis for the
Cathrine M.Drexel (known in religion
as Mother M. Katharine) President.
Mary V. Clayton (known in religion
as Mother M. Magdalen) Secretary.
Sarah McGravcy (known in religion as
Mother M. Joseph) Treasurer.
Annie McCann (known in religion as
Sister M. Francis Xavier) Cathrine
Jarvis (known in religion as Sister M.
Aloysius) Cathrine M. Drexel (known
in religion aB Mother M. Katharine)
Marv V. Clayton (known in religion as
Mother M." Magdalen) Sarah McGravey
(known in religion as Mother M.. Joseph)
Managers, all single women. The Board
of Managers as at present or hereafter
constituted shall have authority lo
make, alter, or amend the By Laws.
No member of the Corporation shall
have tiny claim for compensation for
her work whilst in the Sisterhood of
the Blessed Sacremcnt, and any member
ceaHing to belong to the said Sisterhood
shall cease by that act to belong to this
Corporation.
ARTICLE VII. Tho income of the
Corporation and contributions to it shall
be devoted to the purposes hereinbefore
set forth.
ARITCLE VIII. The Corporation
May hold Real Estate and personal
property to any amount now or here
after allowed by law.
ARTICLE IX. The names to the
subscribers to the Charter, all. of whom
are at present resideuts of the Thirty
fifth ward of the City of Philidelphia,
are as follows:
Cathrine M. Drexel,
Mary V. Clayton,
Sarah McGravey,
Annie D. McCann,
I Catharine Jarvis.
COMMONWEALTH OF PENN-)
SYLVANIA.
COUNTY OF BUCKS. )
ss
Before me the subscriber Recorder of
Deeds in and for said County personally
appeared Catharine M. Drexel, Mary V.
Clayton and Sarah McGravey, three of
the subscribers to the above and
going Certificate of Incorporation
due form of law acknowledged
fore-
j gRme to be their act and deed .
WITNESS my ..and ami offlml seal I
thiBrTvyenty-eixtiifilupof-Octob'ernno l
. . ' ' r; -Tin.aa.
SEAL
Recorder of- Deeds, i
BUCJNTf
ss
.Filed in the office of the Prothonotary
of the Court of Common Pleas' -in ainl
for said County this Tweniy-sixth day
of October A. I). 1S92. ' i
OSWIN C. KEIPER.
Deputy Prothonotary.
DEGREE OF COIaRT.
COMMONWEA LTH ) i
OF ) ss -., -
PENNSYLVANIA )
AND now to wit Nov amber 13th,- 1S92
the foregoing Certificate foc-.a Charter
havingboi n duly acknowledged before
the Recorder of Deeds for tile County of
BuckB and the same being duly certified
to, under the hand and officii! seal of the
said Recorder of Deeds and having
been filed in our said Couit'of Gommoh
Picas since the 26th day of Oclobar A.
D. 1892 and having been presented t
me on Nov. 18th 1892 the uijdersigned a
Lhw Judge of the said Court of said
County, accompanied by proof of the
publication of the notice ofsuch appli
cation I cettify that I have fierused airtl
examined said Instrument '"and that I
find the same in proper form"and with
in the purposes namid in tlje fiVst class
specified in the Act of Assembly ap
proved the Twenty-ninth day of April
in the year of our Lord Eighteen hun
dred and seventy four entitjed "An Act
to provide for for the incorporation and
regulation of certain corporations" and
that the same appears lawful and not
injurious to the community. It is there
fore ordered and decreed that the said
CHARTER be and the sanfe is hereby
approved, and that upon tlje recordir g
cf said Charter and this oilier the. subr
scribers thereto and their associates
shall bo a coi poiation for tho purposes
and upon the-terms thereimstated
msti
I-
Bv the Co-ti t
HARMON YERKES,
President Judge.
ItE0REB4Uiefhcerteci)rd-j
ing Deeds in and for the County of
Bucks in Miscellaneous Book 27, ;page
406 &c.
WITNESS, my hand and seal of office
this 22nd day November A. T). 1892.
ISAAC O'CONNELL,
SEAIi 1 Recorder
t Recorder s .Oifice J)oy 1 es t o w u , Pa . ,
.Octobei530,at0l.
BUCKS )
COUNTY,' bS
1, Burroughs Michener, Recorder of
Deeds for th-3 County of Bucks, State of
Pennsylvania do certify that the above
is correct and true copy of the Charter
of tho Sister of the Blessed Sacrament
for Indians and Colored People duly
lecorded on the 22nd day of November,
A. D. 1392, in Miscellaneous Book No.
27, page 400, &o., so fully and entire as
the same remains of record in this office.
Witnesn my hand and seal
of office the day and year a
hove named
SE.4JL
BURROUGHS MICHENER,
Recorder of Deeds.
COM
MM ON WE A LTH OF PENN-)
LVANIA, COUNTY OF
SY
ss
BUCKS. )
I, John G. King, Prothonotary of tho
Court of Common Pleas of the County
of Bm:ks in the said State DO HERE
BY CERTIFY, that the above named,
Burroughs Michener, by whom the fore
gmg attestation was made was at the
time of so making the same, and now is
the Recorder cf Deeds duly commission
ed and qualified, lo all whose acts as
such full faith and credit are and ought
to be given and that the seal thereto
annexed is the seal of the said Record
er's Office, and that the said attestation
so made by him is in due form.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
heieunto set my hand and affixed the
seal of said County at Doylestown, this
Twenty-first day of October A. D. 1901.
(SEAlT)
JOHN G. KING,
Prothonotarv.
I, Ilarman Yerkes Judge of tho Sev
enth Judicial District of the Common
wealth of Pennsylvania, composed of
ihe County of Bucks in the said State,
do hereby certify that the above named
John G. King by whom the foregoing
attestation was made, was, at the time
of so making the same, and now is the
clerk of said Conrt, duly commissioned j
and qualified to all whose actas such full
faith and credit are and ought to b?. j
given, as well in Courts of judicature as j
j eiS8Wjiere; that tho seal thereto annex
ed is th; seal of the said Court, and
1 that the paid attestation so made by him
is in due form .
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I Imye
hereunto setmy hand this Thirty-first
I1ARMAN YfKRKES,
Judge.
,
COMMONWEALTH OF TENN-)
SYLVANIA , COUNTY OF
BUCKS",.. )
ss
I Johti.-Gv King- Prothon-
SEAI Jotary of Court of Common
PIphs of said Conntv of
Bucks, in the State of Pennsylvania
aforesaid, DO HEREBY CERTIFY, that
the Honorable Harman Yerkes by whom
the forgeoing attestation was made and
whose name is thereto subscribed,
was, at the time of making thereof, and
still IB President Judge of the Court of
Common Pleas of the County of Bucks,
composing the Seventh Judicial District
of Pennsylvania, duly commissioned
and qualified, and to all whose acts as
such full faith and credit are and ought
to be given, as well in Courts of judi
cature as elsewhere.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed the
seal of said Conrt at Doylestown, this
Thirty-firsi. day of October in the year
pLour lord one thousand nine hundred
and one. ':
" JOHN G. KING,
Prothonotary.
pFFICE OF THE
SECRETARY OF THE COMMON
WEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA.
I
Harrjfiburg, November 4th, 1901.
rennsylvanja.j- ss
I, W. W. Griest, Secretatyof the
Commonweajth of Pennsylvania, having
Cte custody"" of the Great Seal of Penn
sylvania, POi HEREBY CERTIFY,
That Burroughs Michntr now is, and
was at the lime of subscribing his
name to the foregoing certificate of ex
emplification of record, RECORDFR OF
DEEDS in and for the County of Bucks,
Pennsylvania, duly 'elected and com
missioned, ajid as such officer had, on
the said datjj full jurisdiction, under
the la.vs of ijiis commonwealth, within
the said County of Bucks, to make the
attestation or certificate hereunto at
tached, TITat John G. King now is, and was
at the tune of subscribing Uis name to
the forgoingvtprtificate, PROTHONO
JTsARY OErTJID. COURT OF COMMON.
PLEAS in ami for the County of Bucks,
Pennsylvania, duly elected and com
missionedr That tho Honorable-Harman Yorkea
now is, and was at the time of subscrib
ing his name to the foregoing'certiticate,
PRESIDENT JEDGE OF THE COURT
OF COM fllOft-iELISA S in and. Jor Ihe
n.. ..... t nf Tinnlrii nmtini:!il( Ha RfV '
enth Judicial .District of Pennsylvania ,
duly elected and commissioned :
That FULL FAITH AND CREDIT are
due and ought to be given to fheir official
acts accordingly :
That the SEALS attached to the said
certificates are genuine, and that I verily
brieve that each of the SIGNATURES
attesting the same is genuine.
IN TESTIMONY WHERE-
T have hereunto set my
hand
Seal of the State
and vear above writ'en
W. W. GRIEST,
Secretary of Commonweath.
IK THE NAM3 AND BY AUTHOKITY OF THE
COMMONWEALTH of PENNSYL
VANIA. THE GOVEHNOEOR OF THE SAID COMMON
WEALTH, TO A LL TO WHOM THESE PRESENT
SHALL COME, GREETING :
KNOWN YrE, That the Attestation or
Certificate hereunto attached is in due
form and made by the proper officer,
and that W. W. Griest whose name is
subseibed thereto, was at the time of
subscribing the same, and now is SEC
RETA RYOF THE CO M MON WEA LTH
OF PENNSYLVANIA duly appointed
and Commissioned, and FULL FAITH
AND CREDIT are due and ought to be 1
given to his official acts accordingly. i
Given under my hand and the Lrreat
Seal of tho State, at the city
SEAL
f Harrisburg, this fouith
day of November, in the
juv-niE covcnxosl year of our Lord one
thousand nine hundred and one, and of
the Commonwealth the one hundred
and twenty-sixth.
WILLI M A. STONE,
' Governor.
W. W. GRIEST,
Secretary of the Commonwealth
-FILED- "
,Tanuary:16, 1902.
iOTCO GARCIA,
- - Conntv Recorder-
i
and caused the Great 3 j uuderwent a treatment for catarrh, for three months, vrtthout; nny ?uccess,
to be affixed, the day I XaP "coumdp inland eve
GUSTAV BECKER,
Keep constantlron hand a large and woll selected stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
And everything usually found in a First-Class Establishment. Any article not
stock will be furnished on special order and on short notice.
GENERAL
MERCHANDISE
People who
the celebrated
Under-
will wear no
kind. It is in
class by itself.
o.
a
and durable
wear on the
universal satisfaction and we
recommend it to all our trade, :
HARDWARE
And Everything
Usually Found in a First-Class Establishment.
" ' ST. JOHNS and PRINGttRVILLE, A. T.
IIF
Iras
by our new invention. Only
F. A. WEfffiflAN. OF
-
rap n
ALL CASES OF
Baltimorf. . Varch 30, 1901..
G'ntlemen : Being entirely cored of deafness, thanks to your trcatnieut, x ill now give yotl
a full history of ray case, to be used at yourdiscretiou
About nve years ago iny ngui ear ucgsm iu
.. - . . y . -1 .... , ; i ..rr.toi a. TT -
RESgA?33$AL GU?S;
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
ALFRED KHJ5Z,
TTORNKY AT LAW, DISTRICT ATTOR
. ney of Aaache county. Office, in the
I Court House, St. Johns, Arizona.
J J. S- WOOLFORJD, M. 5
physician and:surgeon.
Calls from Springerville, Concho and
other towns trill receive prompt atten
tion. St. Johns, Ariz,
O.W. Davis
Blacksmith
Ail kind of repairing: done in
a neat up-to-date style on -wagons,
buggies and vehicles of all
sorts
Horse-shoeing Specialist.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. -Give
me a call
St. Johns, - - Arizona.
MAKETOUR OWN MUCILAGE.
An oud of Clipping Gum we ourselves use in
mounting o,ooo newspaper clippings a day, mnjees
a qirr. :4 the cleanest mucilage by merely soa;nc
in water. Dropped into the mucilage pot a f
pieces at a time, the contents of a jounce tt
would .lerfe the needs of the average household or
office for a year. Doesnot discolor. By mal. i-pz
box. 10 cents.T -;-or. bas. 25 cents. THE PFS
CLIPPI50 BUSE1U. 68 DT0mxWr8 Si-. -ate
UlCI nenwvourad
m?nt After! had ued it onlvafe-nr days according to your directxo-.rs. 1 he noises ceased, and,
after five 4eks7ray hearhm in the diseaSed ear ha been entirely restored. 1 Jhaukyott
heartily and beg to remain Very truly JM 750S. Brcdway, Baltimore. ML .
Our treatment does not interfere with your u-ual occupation.
bave once worn
other f L-j
a V j r
W
1
The best made, the (V)
best fitting, the ' m
most comfortable rinv
under
market. It gives
those born deaf are incnrr'-lo.
G
; OEaSE- MBSEBiATEU,
EA1.TE KICKS, SAYS
aiug, au- t"- b 1
consulted a nuai-
"ivho told inc that
: head noites would
z - inIrl if Inct forever.
56G Ik SAILS CKJCA20, ILL
HolGfook, St. Johns-and
Springerville express.
W. W. BERRY, Proprietor.
TIME TAEJ.E.
Leave Holbrook daily
" Woodruff " ..
Arrive Station " . .
L vc Station " . .
Coneho " ..
' St Johns " .
Ar. Springerville " .
Leave " " ..
" St. Johns '
" Concho "
" Station
Arrive Woodruff
Leave "
Arrlre Holbrook '
. , 9;S0 a. Bi.
... ..12.00 u ,
7:00 ;. m.
. ..7:15 p. m.
5:15 p. rn
"... 12:00 nijht
S,r0. a.
4:00 p. wi.
12:00 night
4:C0 a. nr.
C:TO a. m-
1:CC p.m.
1:S0 p- in.
3:00 p. m.
TASSEKGEH FAKE
Holbrook to Woodruff. t 00
" . Concho 4 W
Ft Johns... 6 0t
' Springerville S CO
TwOUNI) TKTP.
Holtrook to Woodruff and return .... ... ?1 5
Co-icho " 3 90
St.Johha 10 C
" Springerville " 14 Q
STOP-OVER PRiyiLE6ES2
ifty pounds of baggage carried free for. onci,
jllpassenger.
XPRESS CARRIED
rates.
j For full particulars inquire of any of our agents
orpostmaster along the lino. -JT.
It Sasilctt, Agent.
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