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Rkaver—C ommencing at n. e. cor tp. 10 n„ r.
39 e , thence running north to Montana hue;
thence west along Montana line to the Lemhi
county line, thence south along Lemhi county
line to the north line of township 10 to place of
beginning. Election to be held at the Beaver
school house.
Registrai^-Jaa. Burnside. Judges—EH. tt.
Cuitman, A. Poulson and Spencer Harwood, i
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Medicine Lodge—C ommencing at n. e. eor. !
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Robson. Dennis femall, Chas. Leonarden. j pj
St. Anthony—C ommencing at the s. e. cor. !
tp. 7 north range 38 east, thence east to Snake „
river, running thence northerly along North ^*
Fork of Snake river to a point where North I
Fork of Snake river intersects the north line ,
•ùt tp. 7 north, thence east along the north line I
oftp. 7 to the Wyoming line, thence north!
along said Wyoming Une to the north line of j T
township 1Ü north thence west along the north In
line of township 1U north to the east line of r. !
38 east to the place of beginning. Election to
oe held aCSt. Anthony canal office. *
* Registrar— C. H. Moon. Judges— E. M. Hop- ;
kins. S. R. McBee, Wyman Parker. |
Camas—C ommencing at south east corner of j
township : north ot raiiffe 3» east, and thence ! in
to*the*aort11 **i tne 'of *towns hi n rt north" thence
Sdon* the north Hne of tow^Siph'east tothe
ämls'ÄiÄ, Election " •" held at the ;
Renlstrar—J H Adams Judaea— F A Prie 1 n
I,dtn\budtin and Thomas'Wnoroe **i
John Alackin and Thomas Munroe.
! of
IhemceupÄuth fbSV'fSÆRSmto
where the South Fork intersects the east line j o
of ransre 38 cast; thence south on the east line
of rentre 38 cast to the intersection of the old !
north'hne i '*
of'township north? thenee' alontr the north
line of township 8 north to the east line range
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S W bS a he!dat t the P S SÄSKS&e*" M
Lavery, Sam Hart and P. J. Madden. „
F.aoi.e Rock—C ommencing at the intersec
tion of the basedine along the east line of
range 3» east; thence north along the east line
of range 30 east to the intersection of South
Fork of Snake river: thence west down South
Fork to the intersection of the east line range
38 east, thence north along east line of r. 38
cast to the old channel of the South Fork, and
Snake- river proper to the intersection of the
north Une of township 3, thence west along
the Hne of township 3 to the intersection of
the east line of range 34 east; thence south to
the base* Une; thenee east to the place of be
ginning. Election to tie held at the school
house at Eagle Rock.
Registrar— H. L. Rogers. Judges—Joseph
A. Clark, Geo. H. Storer, B. J. Briggs.
Willow Creek—C ommencing at tbe inter
section of the base line with the east line of
range 42 east to its last intersection with the
South Fork of Snake river, thence down the
South Fork to the intersection with east line
of range 38 east, thence south to the base Hne,
thence east to the place of beginning. Elec
tion to be held at Buck's school house.
Registrar—Robert Smith. Judges—Orville
Buck, H. W. Keifer and John Buck.
Higm an—C ommencing at a point where the
Snake river range of mountains intersects the
Wyoming line: thence northwest to the inter
section of the east line of range 42 east, thence
south to the base line; thence cast to the Wy
oming line: thence north to the place of be
ginning. Election to be held at the old house
of Charles Higman.
Registrar—James Dunn. Judges—Ambrose
Engiib, Joseph Uigmau, Jos. McGibbon.
Teton—C ommencing at a point where the
Snake river range of mountains intersects the
Wyoming line; thence northwest, along the
crest of the mountains to the intersection of
the east line of range 42 east ; thence north
along said line to the north Hne of township 7
north; thence to the Wyoming line; thence to
the place of beginning. Election to be held at
Pratt'a store.
Registrar—Sara Swanner. Judges—David
Hreckenridge, Frank Hubbard, W. Norçyke.
HexbüRG— C ommencing at northwest corner
of township») north, rang© 38 east, running
thence east to the fork of Snake river; thence
1n a northerly direction along the North Fork
of Snake river to the north Hne of township
7 north; thence oast along the north Hue of
township 7 south hi the east line of range 42 e;
thence south to the South Kork of Snake river
thence down the South Fork, thence down the
South Fork to Snake river proper; thence up
the North Fork of Snake river to the east line
of rang«* 38 east, thetice north to place of be
ginning. Election to be held at Knapp's
Registrar—F. J. Bergold.
Hcald, Peter McGarry, J. I.
Bingham County
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
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ELECTION OCTOBER 1, 1890.
For State Senator,
F. W. BEANE.
For Representatives.
Il B. KIN PORT,
C. H. MOON,
A. ENGLIS.
For Sheriff,
W. A.' W00D1N.
For Treasurer,
R. J. OSBORN.
For Assessor and Collector,
GEO. H. STORER.
For Probate Judge,
A. W. FISHElt.
For Clerk of the District Court.
M. C. SENTER.
For Surveyor,
J. M. TAYLOR.
For Coroner,
JM. WEDDEKIND
For Commissioners,
First District— À. M. CARTER.
Second District—W. II. KING.
.Third District— D. SWINEHART.
ELECTION PRECINCTS.
PRECINCT BOUNDARIES.
Henry—C ommencing at n. e. corner tp. 10 n.
r. 39 east, then running «lue north to Montana
line, thence east along said line to W joining
Hne; thence south along Wyoming line to the
north line of to. 10, to the place of beginning.
Election to be neld at Snake River hotel on the
lower crossing of North Fork of Snaxe River
on the National Park stage line.
Registrar—Jackson G<xx-h. Judges—Henry
Stamps, Silas Mc^iinn, 'Alios. W. Evans.
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Judges—Israel
Carter.
Blackvoot—C oramcneiuK ut the Intersec- ;
tion of of the base line with the chat line of |
ranee 38 east, runninjr
with the east line of rautfe XI east ; and thence I
south to the Intersection of tbe uorth tine of
township») south; thenee east to the Intersec- !
Um. of tue east line of ranee 38 east; Un-neb :
uorth to tbe point of bejriniiina. Election to .
be held at the Blackfoot school bouse.
Registrar—Sample Orr. .1 udtreb— Fred. w.
t offler, W. E. Barnhart, H. W. Onrtis.
Daniiaox 8PK1NO*—Cominouclntf at the In- !
terseottoil of the base line with the cast line i
of ratyte 33: thenee west to the west line or!
Bhiffham eouuty ; thenee south to the south |
11m; of Bluitham county; tl.euee ulona south!
line of the county to Its last Intersection with j
the north line of township tt south;tlience eust j
to the intersection of the north Hue of town
ship 6 with the east line of ranee 33; thence |
north to place of hcgUiulug. Election to he !
held at the school bouse.
the base lin«*
west
Ketrigtrar—H. ii. Garlitz. JudscR
StulUuhvuiu, Dun Killy, H. B. Gurlltz.
Wm. il.
ChkstehyikiaD—O ommenoing at the Inter
section of the base hue with th© east llue of
range 40 east; thonc© west to the east Hue of
range 88 east ; thenee south to the north Hue
of township 9 south, thence east to the east
line of range 40 east; thence uorth to place of
ginning. Klection to be held at the house
AY. H. King.
g strar—W. H. King, Judges—George
Chris Christenson, Jacob Jensen.
Little Blackeoot—C ommencing at the in
tersection of the base line with the east Hue of
range 40 east; thence south to the north line
of township 7 south; thence east to the east
line of range 43 ea^f, thenee north to the base
line; thence west to the place of beginning.
Election to be held at the Jarvis house.
Registrar—Hepry Jarvis, Judges—James
T. Jensen, Henry Neville.
Okntilk Valley—C ommencing at north
west corner of Hear Lake county, thenee west
to the east line of range 38 east, thenee south
to the north line of township 12 south; thenee
east to the east line of range 39 east, and then
north to the south line of township 13 south;
thence east to Hear river; thenee down Hear
river to Oneida county Hue; thence east to
Bear Lake eouuty line; thenee north along the
west Hue of Hear Lake county to the place of
beginning. Election to be held at the school
house.
Registrar—Pat McNamara. Judges -Fred.
W. Collins, Wm. Larkins, F. K. Lusher.
Oxford—C ommencing at the intersection of
east line of Oneida county with north line of
township 12 south, thenee east to east line of
range 39 east ; thence south to the north Hue of
township 13 south; thence east to Oueida Co.
line: thence east to Bear river; thenee along
Oneida county line to place of beginning. The
election to be held at the school house.
Registrar—High Hanson. Judges—George
C. Pratt, A. Brossard, R. Caldwell.
Pocatello—C onuuenoing at the intersec
tion of the uorth line of section 6 south with
north line of Oueida eouuty, then«* along the
north line of Oneida toits intersection with
north line of township 8 south, thence east of
the intersection with the east Hue of rauge 38
east; tlienee north to the intersection of the
north line of township 6 south, thence west to
the place of beginnihg. Election to be held at
the school house?
Registrar—A. W. Fisher. Judges Edward
Carlisle. John Brown, W.J. Harvey.
Portnecf—C ommencing at the intersection
of township 8 south with east line of range
38 east; thence south to the north Hue of tp. 12
south, thence west to east line of Oueida; and
thence north along the cast line of Oueida to
the intersection of the north line of township
8 south, thenee east to point of tiegiiming.
Electiou to be held at the Harkness house.
Registrar— H. C. Harkness. Judges—Henry
Bell, John Bloxom. H. O. Harkness.
Cariboo—C ommencing at the Intersection
of the base line with range 43 east, thence
south to the Wyoming line, thence north to
the base line, thence west to the place of be
ginning. Election at the old postofflee.
Registrar— W. S. Daliba. Judges—Ezra Col
well, Frank Glover John Feeny.
Soda Springs—C ommencing at the Intersec
tien of the north line of township 7 south and
the east line of range 40 east, thence north to
the south line of township 10 south, thence
east to the northwest corner of Bear Lake
county, thence along the north line of Bear
county to the Wyoming line, and thence
north to north line of township . south; and
thence west to point of beginning. Election
i be £©ld school house.
j Registrar—W m. Chester. Judges—Frank M.
! MerriU, Wm. Clemens. G. F. Gagon.
' Howe—C ommencing at a point on the west
Hne of Bingham county where it intersects
the north line of towhship 6 north, running
? thence south to the base line, thence east
the ba8e line to the east line of range 34 east :
thenee north along the east line of range 34 e ,
' to north hne of township 8 north, thence west
}l, ong the north line of township 9 north to the
j pj ace Q f beginning. Election to be held at the
! residence of Col. Briggs,
„ Kl j* 18 i, 1 ?r i "i. ,e , tehe £ J re !? r * d ' Judges—Geo.
^* n ds, Ed Redicker, John Briggs.
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In the District t ourt of the Third District of
r. ! Idaho, for Bingham county:
May Farley, Plaintiff, l
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; Edward Farley, Deft. )
| To Edward Farley> Defen,lant :
j In the name of the people of the U. S.
! in the Territory of Idaho:
the Thiri1 Judicial District of said Territory in
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1 n P w o*i»Mn* between you and plalnti«. and
also awarding the custody of the two minor
children, Eva and Ella Leonora Farley, issue
! of ~ airt marriage to the plaintiff as more fully
Sß'SSÄ'fÄnVss you "plÄr^and
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j o f " a id coSntv but wRUn^ffî district and?»
forwdS"ttser?e7™tof"aM district "Sollt,
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Sl'in CËfnMffs a.mptaiSVereln '' emand '
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R. H. Hopkins, Deputy.
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SCXXONS.
SUMMONS.
In The District Court, Third Judicial District
State of Idaho, county of Bingham, s 8
W. F. Fisher and Alex Harri». Jr., executor»
of the will of Alex Harri», deceased, plaintiffs,

Robert Reeder, defendant.
To Robert Reeder, defendant:
In the name of the people of the State of
Idaho: You are hereby notified that there in
now on file in the office «»f the clerk of the dis
trict court of the Third Judicial District of
»aid State In Blackfoot, county of Bingham,
tbe complaint of W. F. Fisher and Alex Harri»
Jr., administrators and executors of the will
of Alex Harris, deceased, alleging that on the
17 day of November 1887, at Logan, Utah, you
made to Alex Harri», deceased, your certain
promissory note f«>r I1.2U0, due six months af
ter date, praying judgment for said amount
and interest at one per cent per month from
date of note, and for cost of suit, as will more
fully appear fr«>m the copy of the complaint
hereto attached and made a part hereof.
And that unless you appearand answer said
complaint within ten days of service hereof,
if served within Bingham county, and within
twenty days if served out of said county, but
within said district, and in forty days if serv
ed out of said district exclusive of the day of
service, judgment will be taken against you
by d«*fault and plaintiffs will apply l
court for releif demanded in plaintiffs'
plaint herein.
In Testimony whereof, I, A. L. Richardson,
Clerk of said District Court, have here
seal unto set my hand and affixed the seal
of said court at Blackfoot, Idaho, Tills
30 day pt July 1890. A. L. RICHARDSON
Clerk of The District Court.
By R. H. Hopkins, Deputy.
Bncklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Files, or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion, or money refunded. Price 25
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IDAHO.
Will p-aotloe In all the court». OoUNtlOM
»ml Conveyance« All bu«iuess lntrunted to
us will bo promptly attended to.
HA WLEY $ REE VES
ATTORNEY S,
Blackfoot, Idaho.
Will practice In all the court« of the Terrltury
DR. I. H. MOORE
POCATELLO IDAHO.
t^"Speeialty-Diseases of Women
Telegraph call promptly answered.
0. B. LOOKER, M- D
PHYSIGIAE & SüRGEOD,
POCATELLO,
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T. M. STEWART,
Attorney at Law,
BLA0KFOOT. IDAHO
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BLACKFOOT, IDAHO.
attend promptly to all bu«i ham
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nes» entrusted to them including
collection«* »aid
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SAMPLE ORR & SON
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Dr. L T. BU,
PHYSIGIAN & SURGEON,
Pormanently located at
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All Calls attended with promptness |
either night or day. ; and
Office— At the Drug Store.
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G. W. Pendleton, M- D
PHYSIGIAD & -SURGEOB
Eagle Rock, : : : Idaho
will respond to calls from along
the line of the U. & N. Railway.
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J. E. SMITH,
EAGLE ROCK, IDAHO.
S. C. WINTERS, ,
Attorn EY AT La a W,
EAGLE ROCK, IDAHO. '
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Attorney at L»aw, i
POCATELLO, IDAHO.
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Will Practice iu all the Court» of the Territory
Jos. A. Gla^K,
Surveyor and Civil Engineer.
Alsoa Deputy Clerk of the Court, transacting
general land office business.
IDAHO I
EAGLE ROCK
WOfflceopen for business every day.
DENTISTRY
E. PATTERSON HAYS, 0. D. S. i
P0CATELM),
IDAHO. !
Performs all operations pertaining to the art,
of Dentistry. Hav's Process of Anaetheala !
for painless extraction. Terms moderate.
Omet- Over the Idaho Drug Store.
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J- H- BBÄN,
Assistant Si?rgf,on U. P. Railway.
EAGLE ROCK, IDAHO.
{^"Telegraphic communications promptly
attended to.
Wm. H. BEHLE.
PHYSIGIAN AND SURGEON
BLACKFOOT, IDAHO.
Calls of Kesponslhlo parties attended to day
or night.
R. W. FARIH, j
C. A. TURH.
TUSH & FÀBJS»
CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS,
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Estimates Furnished on all kinds of work.
Ditett Work a Specialty.
Maps, Plats, Tracings, Blue Prints,' Etc. Exe
cuiwl on short notice.
OFFICE—2flH Washington Avenue,
OGDEN,
UTAH.
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THE \ NEWSOFFICE
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Election October 1, 1890.
In coin plia nc© with a Proclamation mad© by
Excellency, the Governor of Idaho, at
Boise City, th© 18th «lay of July HUO UtrcedU k
and proclaiming a general ©leethm for qua»»
tttHl «*lect«»rs «*f the state of Itlaho, OcIoih r 1st,
1890. we. the Hoar«! of County Commissioners,
for the county of Bingham, do order that an
election shall be held ut the voting places in
the different precincts of the county as desig
ns ted ami pu«»lish«'d by our order In the Idaho
News, on tne 1st day of October 1890. f or tiu
purpose of voting for the following officers
A representative in Tougress for the unex
pired term of âisl Congress and a représenta
tive in it2d Congress.
A Governor, Lieuteiumt-Goveri»«»!*, Secreta
ry of State, Treasurer. Auditor. Attorney-1
General, Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion, three Justices of The Supreme 1 ourt.
For one Judge and one District Attorney for
The Fifth JutHcial District.
For one Senator for 10th district and one
joint Senator for 11th district.
For Three Representatives In the Legisla
ture and one j«»int Representative with Logan
and Alt mas counties.
For three County Commissioners, a Sheriff,
a Treasure r, who Is ex-offiei«> publie Adminis
trator; a Hr »bate Judge, win» is ex-offleio Su
perintendent of Public Instruction, an Asses
sor, who is ex-officio Tax Collector; a Cle. a of,
District Court, who is ex-officio Auditor and '
Recorder; a Surveyor and a Coroner.
Two Justices of the Peace and one Constable !
shall be elected In each precinct.
Said election shall be «inducted In all respects ;
la same manner as provided by the taws of j
the Territory for general elections and returns
j thereof shall be made and canvassed in same j
: luunm-r anti by same authorities as provided |
in cast* of such geuoral electioiis; but returns!
for members of Congrt'ss and all Slate and j
District officers and members ot Legislature
shall la* made to the secretary of the Uairdof
; canvassers.
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Dune by imler or Board of County Cominl»
I aioners at Rlavfcioot. July J>th. IMu.
Uao. A. R.iBïTHAN, Clerk.
InaolYetiey Notice.
In TheDiatrlet Court of Third Judicial Di*
! trtet, «jtjuuty of Bingham, «tat© of Itlaho.
In the matter of Samuel W. Uutuiaker, an
Insolvent debtor.
The pi*tition. schedule and inventory of Ham
jel \S - Gun«inker having been duly received
! and filed In thia court and it apiM-ariiig »here
; from static»fa© tory to the court that »aid Saui
hereby^'declaredly The Court''that Samuel W
ham county. Idaho, u* hereby re»|uested. or- in
dered and directed t«> take charge and p«»aa©»
sionof ail the ©»tat© i»«»th real and penootl »»f
»aid Samuel W. Gundaker, except auch a»
; may be by law exempt from execution, and of (
j hl» deed«, voucher«. iM»>k« of account» and
! paper» an«l keep »am«? »afely until apptdut
' ment of an asalgnee.
It i» further «xtlercd that ali p©r*«m» Im* and
ar«* hereby forbidden to pay any debt» «»wing
»aid Samuel W. Gundaki-r. or deliver any pr«»i*
erty t«» him claim©«! «>r owned by him or for hl»
. Anti aii person» arc L.rnhlden to have j
transferred t«> them any pmperty by »aid
Samuel W. Gundaker. and be I» forbidden To
Transfer same. And It further ordered that
iittli da; of October, IHUO,
At the court nmin of thU cuurt In the town !
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; and place fora meeting of the
Ä? iSS^^SL
; estate «if said Samuel W. Gumlaker.
It I» further ordered that This Idaho New«, !
{ a newspaper of gem-rul circulation, publish«*«! j
at B!acKf(»>t. Idaho, be «!i*»lgn«t**d as the new«
j pa|>er in which publication h«*r«*«jf mu«t b»
made. And it I« further ordered that «U t**gal
K roceedlngs aguin»t »aid insolvent N* and are 1
ereby »toyed. C. H. BKKUV, Judge. {
I Dated July 2»th. I8Ö0.
credit«»r* of
*r to prove their «*ebt»
•>f the
PUBLIC PKI.vriMi.
Office of the Controller, )
! Boise Citv, Idaho, July 30, '90. f
J Notice is hereby given that l will !
receive sealed proposals for contract*j
i for the printing and delivery of the
blanks required by the State Auditor
and Treasurer's office during the year
1891, in accordance with schedule to
he seen at this office.
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Bids to fie o|>cne<l and award made
»tu o'clock a. m , Monday, Septem
' her 1st, at this office. Blanks to is;
j delivered within 60 days after making
award, carriage free,
j Bond after contract is awarded to
! be executed in the sum of $2.000.
; Proptsials should he endorsed •■l*ro
i *?TÎÎLÎ^ 5S^il£ r l nUn f'"*
I reserve the nglit to reject anv nnd
all bids. J. H. Wickersiiam,
Controller of Idaho.
Thomas & Thomas,
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POCATELLO, IDAHO.
A complete assortment of fine Cloths,
Suitings, etc., constantly on hand
A first class line of Fall and
'V'inter goods on hand.
Good workmanship and perfect
I' it guaranteed. All order» from
abroad will be promptly attended to.
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George E, Hafer,
Contractor And Builder,
Plans and Specifications Furnished.
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All kinds of Job Work promptly done
Work intrusted to me will be done
m a workman like
manner.
EYE, EAR & THROAT,
DR. If{k LYONS,
4'i IU. Third South Street,
Il SAIT LAKE CITY, Utah
THE PIONEER DRUG STORgl
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• Article», Stationery, Patent Medicine, Candy, etc ; ..77*i
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Best Alcohol Wine And LiquJ
( for medical purpose», Fancy Good«, Perfume Oology'
J Writing Ink». Physician» Prescriptions and Family H»
( eipes carefully compounded at all hour», day or uighl
Tansill's i'uuch 5 and 10 cent cigar«. IJrgpectade» a Specif
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blackfoot
WOOD'S!'
MOWERS
With Brass boxing throughout
BINDERS
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Horse Hakes
Rook Salt a Specialty.
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Bank Furniture and Fittings, Agents For
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Also Fire and Burglar Proof Safe.
Manufactures Agents for School Furniture and Supplie». Ag*»«
«anted to sell School Furniture nnd Supplie».
Send for Prices and Circuit
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wholesale
DRUGS
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CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
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