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OYER THE CAPITAL CITY.
Complete Recital ofllic Daily Doio's Com
piled From Varum Sourw.
Happenings Over tofyly iaci)..NoV
From tho Count rtyltoiiu-laliont.
An F.vangcllrsl 'allege.
Yesterday afternoon u npuolul
meeting 'f tho Orcein conference
ofthoEviuijiellcftl ehureli was liultl
in HiIh city. The meetitiK whs
called for the purjuttUHif consltldriij
the mutter of tlie''UlinMfiiWitl'Vir'fi
church school li"tn&JICrtlfiW3f 'UnrA
conference. TJlo' cjuWitfrtii' wtxs
thoroughly tllfcCtfuAcH'iUHl tin' eVlufri
tlonnl society orgmifze'l." They arc
prepnreil to receive bids from the
towns within the dintrieCfW'tho" It
cation of the college, which the
board hopes tdrlJtf jJrJlcHtAwtiibliiJri
tho coming 'fctifliltief. ""'Th" Imard
consists ofW.'W.lJicM.'rHOX, Spo
kane; I). Jones, Albany; E. Wood
ward, Corvullls; ( C. Poling, Sa
lem; J. L. Hersher, CorvVilHsj'F.'B.
Tiouck, Dayton; A. Odell, 1'leasunt
dalc. ' '- '"'
Jlls WrlilCa. Iteeeptlun.i.- . . .
The homo of JMlss ChrrlojSmlth
in East Salem was last night the
sceno of a merry party, given In
honor of Miss Llz.le Webb, who Is
about tnlcuYU'Snlem ""'1 make her
liomo in California. About llfty of
Salem's belles 'hud beaux were in
attendance and a most pleasant
season of games and music was
Midulgeif in. Mist IjIzIo takes her
departure on TirHd'iy for Portland
where she will visit a few days be
fore going to Fresno. Her many
friends In tho city regret that sho Is
leaving us, and among others Is the
Capital Jouiin'al force, sho hav
ing adjusted the movable types in
tills blilce for many months.
( . Cau 'uik fcreiy Ia .
A successful gardener and horti
culturist of Salem this morning told
a Capital Journal reporter that
ho had never sOen or heard of any
other country In which the farmer
could utilize quite so many days in
the year. 1 le conducts his plowing
through nearly tho whole winter
sotiHo'ii, being forced to cease but u
few days on account of too much
rain. Out door work can bo prose
cuted thy year round, and while the
euatom firvnier is using up wheat he
has prepared during tho summer
the Oregoniau Is laying up riches.
Smallpox M Lrbanun.
K Dr. Q. JM. O'Dell of Sodavllle was
called on yesterday to render medi
cal assistance to the family of Ous
Thompson of Lebanon who recent
ly died of smallpox, four members
of Ids family being down with tho
dreadful disease at tho residence of
Oeorge Sylvester. Tho family hail
been vaccinated but it did not take.
Home fears are entertained of the
epidemic spreading, but all etlorts
will be made to check It.
A Cunllrmnl Itnmur.
T)io rumor that there Is a case of
smallpox near Monroe Is continued
by the Leader. Mr. Samuels brought
tho word that a young man a fow
days since returned from Portland
to that community nnd attended a
dance somewhere above Monroe.
Ho broke out with tho disease on
tho evening of tho dance. If this
is true, there- Is almost sure to be
A .Vw Tailoring IMsblMimeut.
(J. C. llogan has but recently ar
rived in Salem from Canada and
opened tip a llrst-cluss tailoring es
tablishment in the State Insurance
building. This morning a Journal
reporter paid Ids rooms a vis!t ami
feasted Ids eyes upon a choice selec
tion of the latest styles and best
grades of material. Mr. Hogan Is n
line tailor and insure a perfect lit.
Tke Mrert Cars.
flMivr the work of laying the
Ilea will bo completed and tho force
haa been placed to work on grading
tho lino I min Stato Httvet to tho pus
Hunger depot. Every Indication is
that tlio first of January will Hull
the lino completed as proposed.
At tho Cumberland Pivsbytcrluu
church gospel meetings are still in
progress. Considerable interest is
being maulfes'led and new life is
being infused into this church. The
public Is cordially invited to alt ser
vices. Ts-Mgkt't Treit.
To-night the Ilostou Quintette
Club will be at the opera house and
give ouo of their celebrated per
fornmncos. The sale of sats Is
large und the uttuudauco sure to be
muoh groutor than was expected.
Dents ur !.)! Adair.
I. M. Adnir died at his homo in
an Illness of but a few days, super
induced by U heavy fold. He had
been in ftSor- lukiltlrfor aevifral years
tftU'wurtiofc seriously itl until Tuca
dlty'llvenlHgi '"when he was taken
iit.ri i mi imnnk ni ncuie uniiiumua
f.illmvdd by hemorrhage of; tho
IlnigWanrt pneumonia which resUlteu
in his death. His' brother Tj. G.
Adair of Eugenb accompanied tho
ramains to Salem, where the family
llft've resided many years, and where
bis "body was Inferred in the1 Odd
FeiloW cemetery' this aft'rnlOh.
Hfc'wul a member of the l) 0. O. F.
lbtlgfitnd the- Q. A. It.'PoSt of"Al
haiiy.' The"decdasod was about -HJ
years of agfiifld 'wfiS"utl""Upright
christian citizen. He leaves a wife
-. .w. .
, , 4 j Te AnUrla Uosd. . t, ,.vr
Thfi road has been. granted per
mleslop to, bridge Young river and
work is steadily 'progressing along
from Astoria trlrdugli the gklpnuon
woods to" the bekch',' tlftlido on'to
Tillamook. Of this 11 no the Coqullle
Hefald Aiiytf i 'Tli?r?lVfll6rfii Vftritt
Wlllnmntto vallev railroad will have
a two-fold benefitting result. Iri'tfiG
flrstplaco It will ciecreuTC uio-uis-tan'ceHo
thtV&ea niid" prbdutfo-h live
ly competition ; and"in the second
nlace ft will cause Portland to Im
prove the Columbia and "Willamette
it..-. " - - ,----.
!, rm', '
Sbipment or street I'srs
The three- cars for the Sale m rail
way were shipped to-day from St.
Louis. They arovbroad gauge cars
on narrow gaugd'tracks and are du
plicates of those used on tho Astw
rla line. They are boxed and will
come through on a single Hat car,
arriving hero in ten days. The let
tering on them Is artistic. Tlioy
bear their respective numbers of "1"
"2" and "3," also tho words "Salem
Street Railway Co." and "Commer
cial Street, Stuto House, and Depot."
During tho week just coming to a
clo'e thirteen cases of scarlet fever
have developed and been reported
to the health ofllcer at Eugene. The
families alllicted are : It. S. Beau,
Wits Owen, Ed MeCormack, John
Hani, Mr. Morris and M. lllder.
Nearly all tho cases reported are
convalescent, and no deaths are ex
pected. The attendance at tho pub
lic school has fallen' oir consider
ably on account of tho disease. It
Is a very light form of the disease.
The Hop SA(rs, . .
Those who held their hops so
long for largo prices have within a
fow days had the pleasure of selling
them at 15 conts. When tho mar
ket was at the top notch the Joun
NAij predicted a relapse -which
came. Twenty conts is a '.good price
A Write-up of Salem. ,
All early number of tho Overland
Monthly will contain a descriptive
aitlele 4)ii Salem and surrounding
country. This magazine is among
the tlrst. A. Perlnger Is tho agent
for Salem, and orders left at Starr's
for him will receive careful and
prompt attention. d-tf.
A Moody Meeting.
A meeting of the men of Salem Is
called for Sunday alternoon at three
o'clock in tho Presbyterian church,
to consider matters In reference to
inviting Mr. Moody tho evangelist,
to come to Salem. Business men
are particularly Invited.
Sme More I'rlsouers.
IMchard Clld'ord and James Me
Cormiek worn yesterday evening
brought to the penitentiary from
Portland, the former for his three
years' term for robbery, the latter
for tho commission of an uuatural
crime; one year. ' ' '
Willie guarding' against the small
pox something should bo done to
prevent tho Uraden-Underwood
combination from exhibiting in Al-
bany.i-Dohioorat. l ' "
: . i ., . ' ' .
1 haven't tliocourago to die sir,
Hardly the courage to live;
Can't drink enough to forget, sir,
Ain't Christian enough to forgive.
Tils was the wall of a man who had
endured tho tortures of " liver
complaint" and dyspepsia' for years;
und no migiit nave enuureu mem
for life, had ho not heard that Dr.
Pioivo's (Joldon Medical Discovery
would make him a well man. lie
gave It a trial and was cured. Once
lie was hollow eyed, emaciated, mid
slowly tottering toward the tomb;
but now lie is vigorous, robust and
houlthy. There is nothing that can
compare with tho "Discovery" us a
curative agent" for sour stomach,
constipation, impure blood and bill
lousuess. Tho worst cases of nasal catarrh
jKjsltlvely und pennanently cured
by Dr, Sago'B Cnuirrh routiHiy.
THE WILLAMETTE VALLEY.
Salem, Her People and the Valley
Described by a Pennsylvanian.
J. Zeumcr, editor of the American
Volunteer, Carlisle, Pa., during the
summer ' paid a visit to tho coast
and writes of Salem at considerable
length. Ho saysr
"Salem is both a pretty and an
Interesting place. Tho ground on
which it Is built is level and its
surface Is high above tho surface of
the river. Th'is'linturally gives the
river here very'hlgh banks; but
flrily on' the ea'stf side, us on the west
side tho banks' are low and the
river is Hanked by bottom lands
which are overflowed in times of
high freshctsi The streets of Salem
are very wide and in many places
lined on botli sides with shade trees
which, 'tldurlshed by the rich black
Oregon sollj-havo grown tall, dense
ahd'symriietrlcal, giving the entire
city ari ngrd'aUfo shady appearance
tharyou'afe ft'ot likely ever to for
gel. ' It'b'rlngst to your fancy visions
bPUiaelty of Elms, and Unter den
Linden. There are many elegant
and- comfortable residences, the
homes of culture, wealty and re
tineme'nt Theie generally are set
bi6kfmint!ii'strect8and have yards
befween'triemjuid the streets. In
these yards are closely cropt lawus
und flowers and shrubbery.
"Thocourt house-is "a' largo brick
structure standing in the center of a
square with ample grounds all
around It und wide board walks
leading from the streets to its doors.
The walls of tho building, as many
brick buildings in Oregon, are
covered with a thin coating of blue
black cement. On tho next square,
directly to the east of the court
house square, Is tho capitol.
"A wide and long flight of marble
steps reaches from tho ground up to
tho second floor, the floor upon
which are tho chambers of the two
branches of the legislature, and the
oillees of tho governor and other
stato ofllcers. On going up this
grand flight of steps I was several
times impelled to stop and turn
around to take a look at tho well
Shaded city, and at the Polk county
prospect which lay beyond the river
to the west. It was like climbing a
snow peak in miniature, but much
"Among the persons to .whom I
had the honor of being introduced
was "W. A. Munley, Private Secre
tary to Governor Pennoyer. Mr.
Munley Is a iuanof probably twenty
live or twenty-six years of age and
went to Oregon from the northeast
ern part of Pennsylvania less than
a dozen years ago. He Is a clever
young gentlemen and submitted to
my questioning with an easy grace.
E. 1J. MoElroy, State Superintend
ent of Public Instruction, was an
other person to whom I was Intro
duced. I found In him also a Ponn
syl vtuilnn, from Washington county.
I met tho Secretary of State, G. W.
McBride. Mr. McBrlde is evidently
a man of ability and rare good Judg
ment, At least ho impressed mo so
in tho Mttle while I was with him.
While Mr. McBrlde is not u Penn
sylvanian I found In his oftlce B. F.
Glltuer, from Northumberland
county. Mr. Glltuer Is an uncle of
Mr. MoBrido and also his deputy.
"Tho view from the top of the
capitol was commanding. Away
oil' to tho east lay an almost illimit
able farming country, yellow, with
harvest Holds to tho ery' horizon.
Tho Cascado mountain range was
not in sight, partly because of tho
hazo of tho dusty summer atmos
phere, but far out iu tho direction in
which It lay were light spots 'of
largo area which Mr. Glltuer said
were grain tlelds on the foot hills, or
lower benches of this range of
muintalns. Streaks of tiulor, In
which tho ever present Oregon flr
was the most conspicuous feature,
radiated in all directions, giving nn
agreeable variation to (he loyel
landscape that otherwise would be a
llttlomonotouous. Fine largo build
ings m mo suuurusoi uio city my
In easy View. Tho prospect to tho
east was tho most attractive, but
uortuwurd and southward the views
werw also pleasing through appar
ently more thickly timbered than to
tli6 eastward, Beyond tho river1, tb
the wost, lay somo hills that caused
the country to appear broken in that
direction, but, even on tho tops of
these hills yellow grain tlelds lay in
full view and lont interest and en
chantmeiit to tho landscape. It was
indeed a grand and a beautiful
"I siwut nearly a day and a half
In Salem and when leaving time ar
rived I felt as if I had seen less than
half 'in ami about it that a stranger
should see to Judge It correctly. If,
gentle reader, you should over visit
Irecou, Salem Is one of tho towns
you must not fall to see neither must
you fall to make it a louger visit
man i nut.'
Mrs. G. G. Bingham la visiting
friends at Lafayette.
The county commissioners have
concluded their session and gone
You will always find No. 1 gro
ceries at L. 8. Winters, tho popular
Court street Grocer. 1 m d w
License to sell liquor was yes
terday granted by the county com
missioners to Win. Anderson at
House for sale on the install
ment nlan. Payments only 10c
each. At tho opera house co'rner.
Call nnd see. tf.
For holiday candles, nuts, cigars,
notions, etc, go and see what Speight
& Souder, Court street, offer you.
Prices low. 1 m d w
E. W. Hartman and G. E.
Hayes of Oregon City and G.B. Dar
ries of Eugene were granted notaries
At the rate the Insane patients
are arriving at our asylum a large ad
dition will liave to' bo made to that
building the coming year.
Follow the crowd and you will
turn up at Squire Farrar's, where
groceries aie pure and cheap. Toin
the procession. tf.
Center street is at onco to bo ex
tended on to Asylum avenue, tho
county court having granted the
petitioners their request.
According to the old maxim,
thai the first tfirVo'days of Decem
ber uqdb the winter, thepreseiit
season bids fair to be nn open one.
Salem is now very lively. The
street car lino is being rapidly
pushed to completion and other en
terprises are well under way. Day
Aji old gentleman from Marion
county, named E. S. Gregolre, is
circulating a petition praying that
he be appointed agent of the Uma
tillas. East Orcgonian.
J. P. Klots,who bus been travel
ing for nearly three years in Califor
nia, Oregon and Washington Terri
tory, says that tho Willamette is
the Garden spot of the coast.
St. John asks the question, "Are
you for the saloon or the home?"
The answer given Is, "you bet your
life." But when you are asked
where you can get the best goods
and price on tea, coffee, groceries,
etc., the answer is, at Squire Far
The citizens of Long Tom pre
cinct in Lane county are badly
frightened over a case of smallpox
that has broken out among them.
Pres. Nail, who resides at the homo of
his father seVeh miles west of 'Junc
tion, was token down with tho dis
ease and broke out last Saturday.
Catch tho shadow ere the sub
stance fades, Is good advice, and
especially is the truth of this demon
strated when you spftak of the
frequeucy with which one dear
friend or another Is hurried away.
You'll regret too late that you did not
have your friend or relative visit
Sperry the Artist and have a per
fect likeness taken. Heed the
moral go now beforfr it Is forever
too late." tf.
Watch tho footprints on theside-
walk. Where do they go? Up and
down Commercial street until they
como to tho new bunk block.
Then they go up stairs. They go to
Chen ington's Tho artist. If you
aro lookiug for something nice for
the holidays, go and see him. His
work is the llnest. Timo Is fleeting
and Christmas is uear.T Bb sure
and give him timo to lluish your
work up nicely. tf.
An Empty Treasury.
Marion county's treasury contains
tho sum of but 50 cents. Treasurer
Coudit to-day began endorsing war
rants thus: "Not paid for want of
fnuds." This morning he in this
way endorsed warrants to tho sum
of f580 and.will perhaps endorse for
as much mora before night.
Highland, Clackamas, Co. Or., Mar. 2a
I have Buffered with a dtseaso of the kid
nyforSor7 year nnd ibr the last two
months liuvo been lnld up with a pala In
my back. A friend sent me a sample of
the Oregon Kidney Tea, and having uted
It one week I cau do a good day's work.
I have derived mora benefit from It than
all the medicines I have ever tuken.
Bold by D, W, Jdathew & Co.
Not Guilty as l'hr;eJ.
In tho circuit court at Dallas in
tho case of Beardsley vs. Perrymau
for damages, a sealed verdict was
verdict! rendered yesterday even
ing. Beardsley failed to recover
damages, It is learned.
Itellcate women who complain ofa tired
feeling, paint In the baek and loins, desire
to sleep, dlulnes, painful or suppressed
mensiruauon, wuiuuiiiuurejuo muuey
Toa a faithful friend. It can be railed upon
In every Instant to give Immediate relief
from kidney and urinary troubles. Thous
ands of women wintering every day from
.- .liAkitas nf lha r I ilri Java 1lAf whr
...i.k K nArmtnMitir (Hired tiv uunr
tLTSTi hv I. 0 Mathptirt. Pa.
Fruit Farms of Ten
CONVENIENT TO TWO RAILtiOAfe'
mi i.wia ..wj nrt nffoiwl nt enhanced nrlces. TMinnntl m.j i. ..
Especially adapted to growing PEARS, PRUNES, AND OTHEB '
FRUITS for shipping green to the Mining district? and
Farther East, while the mutual cooperation "in
Shipping, storing ahdeeliih'g fruits will n,
i ' i 'Be no small consideration.4 '
ONE HOURS DRIVE FROM SALEM.
The canneries of SALEM, WOODBURN and ALBANY are at J
, Wnno lnf flraf pinna fWmillftq iloalrpil Will .-.i 1
Parties with team.
J. J. HARDEN,
REED'S OPERA HOUSE.
Saturday Evening, Dec. 8th.
By tho Celebrated
John F.Rhodes. Solo violin. ,
P-ulJNI ende, violin, - J '
Oscar Hentschol, solo fluto and viola.
Paul Stoevlg, solo viola and violin.
Louis Blumenberc, solo viollncello.
MISS ANNIE CAKPENTEIl, prima dona
Reserved scrts St; general admission V5c
Bale of scats will begin at Patton's Wed
nesday the Gih, at S o'clock a. m. Doors
open at 7. Concert will begin at 8 15.
REEDS OPERA HOUSE.
Friday Evening, Dee. 14, '88.
Will de given under the aus
pices of tho Conservatory
of Music, assisted by
Miss Hallie Parish, Miss Ftankio P.
Jones, and a choral society of forty
Admission BO "cents. Reserved seats nt
Patton's book store after December 11th,
without extra charge. td.D
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS.
MRS. M. E. tVILSON
Has a very fine stock of new millinery,
and is propared to do
Trimming and Dressmaking
In the latest styles, Call and see her new
winter goods nnd styles.
375 Commercial street,
QNE OK THE LARGEST ESTABLISH
pient8ln tlu),ftatc. Lower rates than
x urtlrtdcl.'j Lartcesi stock Legal Blanks in
tho State, a-d biggest discount. Send for
fricol!st of Job printing, and catalogue ot
egal blonks. IE. M. WAITE,
Steam Printer, Salem, Oregon.
Take Note or This.
EOR 82,500 WB. WILL SELL CO acres
weirimproved garden land, within 3
miles of Salem. Good road to town the
year around. Buildings good. FINE YOUNG
ORCHARD and excellent grass land. This
is a bargain, and will be held only a short
time at these figures. Call, and wo will
show you tho property.
WILLfs A CIIAMBERLIN.
Opera House, Salem, Or.
rpHE QUESTION OF THE DAY.
PROTECTION OR FREE TRADE?
An Examination of thi Tariff Question with Es
pecial Regard to the Interest
BY HENRY GEORGE,
CLOriI.Jl.50. PAPER, 35 CENTS.
This Is the clearest, fairest, most Interest
ing and most complete examination of the
tariff question yet made, and will prove
invaluable o all who wish to understand
The most thorough Investigation of the
subject that has yet been put in type Now
Tho appearance of this book marks a
new epoch in tho world-wide struggle for
free trade. Henry George has a power of
f tutting economic truths In such a clearand
Impid language that any child can under
stand him, while the most learned man
can enjoy the accuracy or his statements
and the suggektlveness of his thoughts.
Thomas U. shearman In New York Star.
Whoever wants to see the strongest ar
gumentnot only against protection, but
agatnst all tarins will nnd it here.
The singular success ot Mr. George Is that
he lias made political economy interesting.
A book which tvery worklngman In the
landcan read with interest und ought to
read. New York Herald.
HearjlGtorgi't Other Works.
Progress and Poverty, cloth, II; paper,
Social Problems, cloth, f I; paper, 95 cents.
The Land Question, paper, 10 cents.
Property la Lnd,paper, 15 cents.
Address THE STANDARD.
13 Union Square, New York.
to Forty kn
For hit Grow
ESTAHUSHBDj BT PAT10SAL ABTHQlJ
. f SAU-M,r--OREG0H,J
Capital Paid up, - . . . ffy
Surplus,- -. ' - -J,!
R. S. WALLACE,
W: W. JIARTIN, -J.
JL ALBERT, -
- - President
W. ,T. Gray, W. W. Martin,
J.H.JMortlp, v R.S. "Wallace,
Dr. W. A.CnslcK. J. Hubert,
Tp farmers on, wheat and other mrtj
amo prouuee, consigaeu or m svsn,
euner in private grannnesor
State and County Warrants BongMit!)
Discounted at reasonable rates. HrJJ
drawn direct on new xorK.umcac
Francisco, Portland, London, Paria,B
Hong Kong nnd Calcutta.
iw. N. l.ATirrc Preside
nti. .T. rrynoliis. - Vice Prosldd
JOHN MOIR, Cast
1?ntnnAnn TVtWI'inrl Mnn Frflnpfc
New York. London and Hong K
Dougnt ana hoiu. duuc, wjuuvj !.
nuiiuuta uuu(," a-ssw ... --
invited to deposit tmd transact busta
with us. Liberal advances made i
wheat, wool, hops and other properfl
reosonaoie nues. xusuiuuw vm---curlty
can bo obtained at the banr
most reliable companies.
DEEDS OF DARIN
BY BLUE & GRA1
mi ... .I1..tl nfttin vrtJ-Hlt. f hlH
vne great civil war. lojomui " ' j VniJ
nccounts of exploits of scouts and 1 gl
forlorn hopes, heroic bravery, !
ments and hair-breadth escapes, tosm
Incidents, hand-to-nana strugu'F' "--;
ous and tragic events, perilous JowJ
DOiaunsncs, uruimui upiw .!,
nanlmous actions pn each ride t.n " I
00 chapters. Profusely illustrated wa
!. No other book at all hko u. ws
" S.Y"J """","...;, Yi AwT neents lh
nrk.A1 nutnnlla nvntrthllllT.
of funds nnd freight prepaid-
11-fflvw. ST. Louis,!
JOS. ALBERT, Agent, - - Balem. 0f
r hrM,nirvvi,rt nf the State of Of
gonjor tne uouuiy m Akui.wu.
"."ij'Yir! rrv .:.., - i
tn me manerni iraniuw "Jf uiauw i
w thin named decedent, Brei.s- -,
In the name of tho State of Oregon
aro hereby cited and required to JJPF
luuu ucii. awu-u "7r ,
the County Court of the tstaie "' "'
for the county of Marion, at STJ
roqm thereof, at Balem. a the Co nn
Marionon Monday, ibefUi Wi
uary, 1888, atn o'clock In the forenwj,,
thai day. then and there to ,h7,l2r '
any there be, why the Admlniit
should not seU the renl property l0",,
to said estate. Said estate U aeserw,
follows, to wit: Beginning &mVaiM
ehainsN. 65 dee. M roln. W. from tw j
corner or the Donation ""..hlj vtf,
imld claim: and running thence ; .
dee. 30 mln East 5.11 chains to a -w,
the center of the County road leaui" ,
salem to Howell Prairie: tcV td i?
30 mln. lilong the centerof said "
10.21 chains to u yiaKe: iu"J fh.6oa
mln. W. 1.50 chains to a stake i in tnej
boundary une oi me """y" MB
fTalm aferesaid: thence 8. 65 dec. jWVy-
E.A70 chains along said PuniS
line to the Dlaco of beginning, e?"r2i
3.03 acres of the land more or i'svS"0t u
atd In Section In T. 7 Si'ooU
Willamette Meridian a MnnSi3
uregon,anu Deiug l" "
WiTdKH.. The Hon.T.C. Bhaw. --
or tne uouniy wouri oi ""jrr-1k-8e""
for the County IMlo.wlthtn
aid Court afflxed, this 8th day o
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First National Ba