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THE YAKIMA HERALD.
THURSDAY MARCH 7. ISB. iMAronuL or Conmr Official* —All the newly elected county officers assumed their duties Monday and the superceded officials gracefully slid out. The county business is moving along under the new regime as smoothly as of old. Auditor Bartbolei has taken hold of his duties vigorously and seems as much at home in his new quarters as be was in the old. Col. Prosser, the retiring auditor is also deputy dork of the court and he now oc cupies the clerk’s office where he is dos ing op his old books. Sheriff Leah having superceded himself is anything but green at his work in (act, in the slang of day, “there are no flies on him.” D. W. Stair the new probate judge, is an attorney and thoroughly conversant with probate work so so “he’s all right.’’ Geo. W. Carey, the treasurer, having filled the unexplred term of the late John Splawn.is well up in his duties and performs them in a manner that meets the approbation of all. The offi cers are all good men and will, nodoubt, fulfill their duties honestly and to the credit of themselves and the voters who in their majesty placed them where they are. Amatrvr Dramatics.— The Washington and Whittier Societies of the Yakima pub lic school will hold the boards of the Opera House, Saturday evening with Denison’s drama, “The Danger Signal.’’ The proceeds of the entertainment are to go to the school library fund. For an ob ject so worthy there should be a general attendance by citizens. The following young people will partidpate in the drama: Elmer Marks, J. T. Parker, Fred Haines, R. Freeman, J. E. Baxter, Chas. Marks, Chas. Qiezentanner, Maude Thomas, Clara Sinclair, Effie Cary and Belle Yeates McGlothlen’s band will forniah the music (or the oocaaion. A tenon Sals or Ellensburgh Lots.— The aale of the Northern Pacific lota at EUenaburgh on Saturday last waa not a bowling aucceea, although the aale hod been advertised throughout the length and breadth of the Northwest. One hun dred and (bur lots were sold at an aver age price of MOO. The bidding, which dragged considerably, was principally done by citiiens of Ellensburgh, outsiders purchasing only four or five lots. The prices obtained were materially lower than have heretofore ruled. The aggre gate sales amounted to a little over forty thousand dollars. Bovimbo ran Mammoth Mike.— The pa pers were signed Wednesday bonding the Mammoth mine for $60,000 to A. J. Knott, A. P. Sharpetein and others of Portland. Mr. Knott and associates are boundeu to pay $2500 to Jeff McDaniel, At Churchill, T. J. V. Clark and James Greaves within twenty days after they receive notification that the roads are passable to the mine; to keep a force of men employed on devel opment work but not to ship to exceed five tons of ore, and are to make the final payment of $47,500 within four months after the first payment. Receiver Howum’i Successor Con firmed.—On the last day of the session of the U. 8. senate the nomination of Thou. M. Vance, of North Carolina, to succeed Col. L. 8. Hewlett as receiver of public moneys for the North Yakima land dis trict, was confirmed. The confirmation had been delayed so long that Col. Hew lett’s many friends were in hopes that the nomination would go by default, but such was not to be the case. It is ex pected that Mr. Vance will soon arrive and qualify. —The following is a list of the tax-pay ers of Klickitat county paying taxes on S6OOO or over, together with the amount on which assessment was made: J. Scam moo. $6288; Big. Richel, $8366; G. W. Smith, $12,991; B. E. Snipes, SBOO. ; Amos Stark, $6000; Jehu Switsler, $8980; BwiUler Bros., $9490; E. N. Thomas A Son, $8700; A. D. A Ross Taylor, $6498; O. W. Waldron, $6262; W. B. Walker, $8060; N. P. R. R. Co., $288,812^ Handsome Rral Estatb Offices.— Messrs. Goodwin A Pugsley, the real es tate agents, are now in their new offices in the First National Bank building, and more handsome or better fitted offices it would be bard to find anywhere. The front or business office is covered with a •oft matting, while the private office, in the rear, is covered with a handsome Brussels carpet. The furniture is new and of the latest designs. AaaasTXD fob Perjury.— C. W. Young, a stud poker dealer, was arrested in this city last week and taken to Seattle to answer to the charge of perjury in testify ing in the Wickersham trial that be had seen Sadie Brantner and R. F. Radebaugh together in McGuire’s road bouse. Sadie Smith, who was in Yakima last week, re turned to Seattle, and she, with her sister May and Alex McGuire, were also arrest ed on the same charge. Fonreanaia Hkalty,—J. H. Thomas haa nld to W. P. Riot of Tacoma S5 acrea lying aouth of the Wilson tract for 10600. Aa an indication of the way prop arty haa advanced, and the money then la taint nude in realty, the Huain vlll atate that ainca June, IMB, Capt. Thonua haa cleared by hie “dabbling in dirt" 641,- 000. Of thla amount, 616,000 in credited to Seattle property and the balance to Yakima. Karima rue Pane Wean—The H re am office ia taming not an immenae amount of Job work, the hnpreaaiooa reaching eight or tan thonaand daily. The new and haadaome California (Jordon Jobber with which the office la provided ia oarer allowed to gat cool. In addition to the miacellanaona Jobwork, the HrnALn ia printing a pamphlet of 00 pagae, and tnothw of SO pi|M 90.000 rople Bonn.—ln Yakima county, March 4, 1000, to the wile of Eugene Filkins, a daughter; weight, 0)4 Ibe. Bonn.—ln North Yakima, February 10,1000, to the wife of Charles F. Lillie, MCAL BREVITIES. —The Signal plant waa shipped to Seattle Tuesday. —Field A Meyer hare sold their Seattle meat market to a Mr. Evans. —On Monday J. G. Lawrence purchased 40 acres of Capt J. T. Simmons’ ranch. Consideration, S4OOO. —W. J. Milroy has lettuce on his ranch, grown in the open air, which is large enough for the table. Miss Rosina P. Ralph has been ap pointed postmistress at Brown, this coun ty, vice J. M. Brown resigned. —The supreme court this week denied the petition for a rehearing in the case of Yakima county vs J. M. Toller. —Messrs. Scudder a Hubbard are now ready to contract with farmers for the purchase of milk delivered at the dairy. —The walls of Thomas A Hewlett's brick building are being pushed up very fast. The building is to be completed inside of sixty days. —The wooden building on Allen C. Ma son’s Front street property, block 10, was moved this week, to make way, it is re ported, for a brick block. —The Yakima brass band gave an open air concert from the Hotel Yakima veran dah Sunday afternoon, which was greatly appreciated by our citisens. —WaterHlle, Douglas county, is to have a second newspaper, the plant for which has been shipped. It is to bloom forth under name of the Immigrant. —The Hbralo office received to-day for its job printing department a very costly full-sized paper cutter. This is the only machine of the kind in Yakima. —David Wilson has awarded the con tract to the Tacoma Electric Supply Co. to furnish bis large hotel at Yakima with all the modern electric appliances. —The professional card of O. M. Graves, dentist, appears in this issue. Dr. Graves has recently moved to handsome quarters in the First National bank building. —R. Strobach is bnUding a two story building 24x50 feet on west Yakima ave nue, to be used as the office anl bottling works of the Yakima Soda Springs Co. S. J. Lowe has just received a car load of “Economy” barbed wire. The wire is strong, well barbed, and guaran teed to go a rod and six inches to the pound. —The Herald office received this week from the east a large invoice of wood type for posters, etc. The office now has the best equipped job department in central Washington. —From fifty to seventy-five thousand feet of logs are being shipped over the Yakima A Vancouver R. R. daily. The road will be a big paying investment when completed. —The seventh annual meeting of the Women’s Christian Temperance Union will be held at North Yakima, April 24, 25 and 20. A large attendance of non residents is looked for. —At. Michael’s church, Rev. R. D. Nevius, D. D. t missionary in charge. Services on Sundays at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., and during Lent on Wednesdays and Fridays at 4 p. m. —Oh, say! I’m not a-going east to boy goods; but I can save yon 25 per cent on our daddy’s dollars if you will at Arm strong’s, cor. First street and Yakima avenue. J. J. Armstrong. —The school children of Yakima City will give a public entertainment at that place Friday evening, to be followed by a dance and supper. Mr. McGlothlen’s bond and orchestra will furnish the mu sic. An enjoyable evening is promised. —The growing need of another school boose is more noticeable with the passing of each day. There are 90 pupils en rolled in the primary department of the public school, and the room is daily crowded to an uncomfortable degree. —Capt. J. H. Thomas has bought of Allen C. Mason fractional Mock 216 of the Home addition. Thia property ad joins Capt. Thomas’s residence grounds and completes an entire block, which will be graded, laid out in walks and drives, seeded and planted to shrubbery. —Leroy Belmont was a naughty Ellens burgh barber, but be has severed his connection with that town. He was in the employ of S. W. Friend, but while our Friend was at breakfast Leroy took SIBO and a gold watch from the money drawer, bought a horse, and escaped to the hills. —Rev. Dr. Nevius gave notice last Sun day night that his Sunday night sermons would he in series, and gave the subject of the series “The rational basis of dog ma, or reasons for believing in Christiani ty." He opened the series by showing the relation of reasonnnd faith to knowl edge and belief. Wants Railroad CoNNacnoH.—A cor poration has been organised in Golden dale under the name of the Qoldsodale A Eastern R. R. Co., with object to build a railroad from that point to Yakima. The leading men of Klickitat county have taken bold of the scheme and intend to see it pushed to fruition. Klickitat is weary of being buttled up and wants to be connected with the world. —Judge George Turner, R. O. Dunbar, Watson C. Squire and Thomas H. Brents are the names most actively canvassed at present by the republican papere through out Washington for the first representa tive to congress from Washington. Dramatic. —Daily “Night Off” troupe, of which the Ortgoma* speaks very highly, is booked at Switser’s Opera House for the 80th instant, and the Royce A Lans ing Comedy Company for the 86th of May. —All persons indebted to John Reed are notified that he wishes immediate set tlement. • —Thoee dealring bop-polca inquire of T. J. Lynrh, on the Ahtanutn. It ratosorf Rsnl Saints tales. Fechter A Law: W. H. White to A. Van. Winkle. lota 6,0,7 and 8, block 80, $660. Allen C. Mason to John Vanderbilt, lots 15 and 16, block 35. $660. Flora L. GUI to A. 8. Farquharson, lots 17 and 18, block 20. SIOOO. Allen C. Mason to J. A. Stone, lots 9 and 10, block 85, $660. Allen C. Mason to 8. P. Stone, lots 7 and §, block 94, $450. Allen C. to W. D. Urlin, lot 6, block 114, S2OO. Allen C. Mason to Wm. Ward, lots 15 and 16, block 287, $175. Hugo Sigmund to Ellen Stundon, block 3. Sigmund’s Garden tracts, $250. 0. A. Fcchtcr to EUen Stundon, block 2, Sigmund’s Garden tracts, $250. Charles L. Lull to O. A. Fechter, lots 13 and 14, block 128, and lot 16, block 125, $375. A. C. Brokaw to P. W. Law, 20 acres in section 25, town 13, range 18, $2200. 1. A. Navarre to Lawhead, 40 acres home ranch, $4300. Allen C. Mason to G. W. Belch, lota 1 and 2, block 249, $370; lota 15 and 16. block 94, $450. J. H. Thomas to W. P. Rice, 40 acres adjoining city limits, $6500. J. H. Thomas to Gertrude M. Robin son, ooe-half of College addition, $2500. Allen C. Mason to J. H. Thomas, frac tional block 216, Home addition, S4OO. Allen C. Mason to P. D. Brooke, east one-half of block 106, Home addition, $390. P. W. Law to T. P. Airheart, 20 acres in section 25, town IS, range 18, $2500. Allen C. Mason to John Walsh, lota 6, 7 and 8, block 195, Home addition, $155. Mac Lean A Reed’s agency: Josephine M. Lindsay to Charles N. Schichtl, lot 8. block 54, $275. Frank AUyn to R. V. Barts, lots 15 and 15, block 50, SBOO. W. D. Inverarity to M. M. Fish, lots 3 and 4, block 50, and lots 5 and 6, block 51, S6OOO. Frank AUyn to J. A. Beck, lota 23 and 24, block 29, SBOO. Matt Bartholet to J. A. Stone, 30 acres, S4IOO. George Eaton to O. W. Rodman, lota 7 and 8, block 70, SIBOO. Nellie B. Luce to Evelyn G. Roberts, lot 11, block I, South Park addition, s4l. NeUie B. Luce to J. B. Warren, lot 12, block I, South Park addition, SSO. A. F. Gould to T. A. Dougherty, lot 22, block 51, $450. Frank AUyn to T. A. Dougherty, lot 21, block 51, $460. D. Wilson to G. W. Rodman. lota 22, 28 and 24, block 52, SI2OO. W. G. Coe to H. H. Lewis, lot 28, block 51, SBSO. J. B. Reavis and E. Whitson to H. H. Lewis, 200 acres, $15,000. Holton tract to Ontario Land Co., $33,- 760. W. D. Beck to D Jones, 160 acres, $3680. H. Gerson to J. Smith, 40 acres, S2OOO. A Pretty ssi ■■•tractive Entertain* The children of St. Michael’s church Sunday school had on Thursday night in the church a “review” of memory work in Sunday school since Advent Sunday. The life of our Lord, and at the same time the Christian creed and the Chris tian year was Illustrated in picture* from the old masters, with the aid of a good magic lantern, and while the pictures were shown the chUdren repeated the Bible narrative of the same and sang nar rative hymns, while aU along there was a reading of the pictures and instructive catechising. The chUdren behaved and sang and recited very nicely. Had it been deaigned as a public entertainment it would have been an entire success. Dr. Nevius said the work would go on in the same line, and promised the chUdren a repetition of the review, with added pictures, after Whitsunday. These are children’s nights but it is no child’s play. Grown people of taste can not help being both interested and in structed in Dr. Nevius’ “reviews.” The writer has never seen a children’s Sun day school entertainment which he so thoroughly approves, nor one in which the perfect silence and pretty behavior of the children so well attested their absorb* tion in it from beginning to end. Falling tar the Capital. The question of permanent capital loca tion will undoubtedly be submitted to the people at the same time they vote on the adoption of the state constitution. The race no doubt, will be between North Yakima and Ellensburgfa, but as long as Eliensburgh will insist in spelling it with an “h” on the end, we fear that that su perfluous letter will be the straw which will break the camel’s back.— Walla Walla Journal. Burtrisb Party.— Capt. J. H. Thomas and family were the recipients of a sur party Tuesday evening which was a gen uine surprise, far the captain was in bed and asleep. The evening was most pleasantly passed with music and dan cing, and a most appetising collation, to which aD did justice. Then were present from town Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bsrtho -Ist, Miss Beulah Wiswell, Miss Allen, Miss Dora Allen, Mias French Tanquary, Mias Gertrude, Bartholet. Mias Guilland, Tom Martin, O. A. Fecbter, W. H. Visa ing, W. J. Milroy, R. B. Milroy and George Guilland. Frost, Shade asm Ornamental Trees. -W. J. Robbins and F. R. Ogle are in Yakima, with headquarters on a lot near Kevins’ lumber yard, where they have a large and complete stock of the most ap proved varieties of fruit, shade and orna mental tress and berries from the cele brated nursery of J. M. Ogle at Puyallup. This is an excellent opportunity for those who want trees, as the varieties are the best and the prices low. Yakima people who have in the past planted trees from Ogle’s nursery speak of them la high terms. • —AQatyire of Job printing at the Haa im office. fKRMNAIit Fred R. Reed has been doing Tacoma this week. W. A. Cox and family are in Walla Walla visiting relatives. Sheriff D. E. Leah returned from a boa* inees trip to Seattle, Sunday. Dr. J. Gibson, of Spokane Falla, spent several days in Yakima this week. Kev. J. A. Laurie has tendered his res ignation aa pastor of the Ellensborgh Presbyterian church. Miss Ollie Harper is now employed in the postoffice as delivery clerk and a very efficient one she makes. Hyman Harris and Samuel Kreidel will leave next week for the East to purchase new goods for their stores. Col Taggard, representing Coblents A Levy, wholesale liquor dealers of Port land, was In the citd this week. Mias Dora Allen and Mias French Tan query have returned from a week’s visit with Miss Priestley at Fort Himcoe. Mias Virginia Callahan and Miss Kittle Potter, of Beattie, arrived in the city Mon day, to attend the Bisters’ school. Maurice Harris returned Monday from California, where he has been enjoying himself for a couple of months past. G. A. Bailey has returned from a visit t* his old home in Wisconsin. He was accompanied on his return by his sister. Ed. Whitson, J. B. Reavis and H. J. Snively are at Olympia this week attend ing the adjourned eeeeion of the supreme court. H. P. Barbour, of the Northwest Maga zine, and H. C. Heermans, of the Ontario I And Co., returned from the Sound to day. J. F. Demorest, the dentist, left Mon day for Medford, Oregon, where he will pitch his stakes and throw out his shingle to the breetes. W. L. Piercy, representing the Tacoma Electric Supply Co., is in the city putting in the call bells and annunciators in the Hotel Yakima. B. F. Thompson, secretary and treas urer of the Central Land Improvement and Investment Co., of Tacoma, was in the city this weeF Carl Jenson was in town this week and reports that parties from the East have been looking over the situatkw at Prosser with a view to building woolen mills there. E. P. Cad well, one of the shrewdest speculators in the territory and one who has done more to start the boom in El lensbarsh than half the balance of the town, has unloaded his interests there and moved to Beattie. Dr. Elmer E. Heg, of Wisconsin, ar rived in the city Monday and after taking a trip to Ellensburgh and looking over that field decided upon locating in Yak ima. Dr. Heg is a gentleman of agree able address, and a graduate of Bellevue, New York. Dr. J. Eugene Jordan, who needs no introduction to our citizens, and whose achievements in medical science are testi fied to in another column, will rlsit this city March 11 and remain for sereral days. He will make his headquarters at the Quilland House, where he desires to personally meet bis patients. ■lvavtes Bl|hu society OrgaalaM* Ahtanum, March 8, 1880. Enrroa Hbxald:—A brisk waking op has lately occurred among the farmers haring riparian rights to the waters of the Ahtanum creek in this famous ralley. They were struck very forcibly uith the belief that unless they took decided meas ures for the protection of their waters from the appropriators on the dry benches they would be left like the fish, without enough water to swim in. The farms on the Ahtanum were among the first filed upon in this county, and the old settlers have been generous and easy going, while the new settlers have taken out enough canals to drain the creek, and it did so last summer, leaving the old farms with not enough water for the stock. Forty-five farmers, representing twenty thousand acres of land, have organised themselves into the Ahtanum Riparian Rights Association, with duly elected officers, and are determined to prevent the waters of the Ahtanum from climbing the benches and meandering off through the tall sagebrush, never to return again. These bench lands are fine sandy loam with heavy growth of sagebrush and with water are among the most productive lands on the earth. The owners of farms on the dry benches are reasoning with themselves and arriving at the conclusion that it is not wise to undertake to make a number of suits from only enough Jeans for one, especially when the Jeans belong to others, and now'have a project on foot to draw their water by canals from the Tietan or Natcbes, wboee rolling waters go to swell the Columbia. Success and long life to their glorious undertaking. C. C. W. Nsnci sr —■sumee. Notice is hereby given that the firm of MacCrimmon A Marten has this day dis solved partnership. J. W. Masters has purchased the entire stock and will settle the liabilities of said firm. J. C. MacCbimmon, J. W. Mums. Dated at North Yakima, Washington territory, February 80,1880. ■ul liflllstt, I w a obliged to announce that all par ties owing me must settle at once or stand the legal consequences. Money is essen tial to me in the conduct of mv business and money I mutt have. O. O. Now. —Fawcett Bros, are agents for the cel ebrated Bramer Washing Machine. His conceded by experts to be the best washer in the world. They let them out on trial; and if they do not give entire satkfac tion, they can be returned at their ex pense. 1-1 m. That Horrible AMmlattM. We were anxious to have the new state called Washington, yet if we bad to do it over again, and our Influence could effect the change, we would call it Olympia. We notice that government envelopes have Washington abbreviated thus: “Washn.” Now that abbreviation knocks all the enthusiasm out of ns, and we wish we had advocated the name of Olympia, for with the help of our cotemporaries, we might have succeeded, but now, alas, it is too late, for the die is cast.-Walla Walla Journal. —Go and examine those elegant gold watches at Redfleld’s. They are daisies, and 90 cheap! Remember, they are war ranted aa represented or no trade. —Who are Solomon A Gould? The Climax Barbers, opposite Hotel Steiner. 21 DON’T BEAD THIS! I'lku In hit Hk n like hat Inej at ha. Birr jm mm a raw facts. TO WIT: It It often uid, and truth fully, too, that it is not so much what we make as what we save that makes us rich —or, in other words, the person who makes the dollar go farthest gets the best value out of it The value of the dollar is known by its purchasing power, and not alone by the given quantity of 100 cents. In certain places in Europe, one dollar will purchase twice the amount of life’s nenesmriss that it will in the United States. The consumption being no more, it there provides for twice the length of time, or is worth 100 per cent, more in actual value. The prudent person will always consider the value of a dollar in relation to its purchasing power, and be fore spending it will ask himself, “Where will this dollar go farthest in the way of buying necessities and comforts?” A moment’s reflection will answer, “At Viiilnif Ac Bllgrer’a, where 80 cents has about the same pur chasing power aa a dollar in most any other places here.” The way to prove this is to call and ex amine goods and prices, which will be cheerfully shown to all. They have the newest and best selected stock in town, and it is certainly the place to go to And all you want very cheap in the line of Hardware, Cutlery, Tin, Granite, Iron and Woodenware, Bird Cages and Lampware, both stand and hanging Lamps. You can save money by comparing prices, and satisflaction guaranteed at Vinlng ft Bilger’a! To thb Fasm kb and Gaedknkb—We es pecially call your attention to the fact that we are sole agents (or Enerson Talcot A Co.’s Standard Reapers, wide and narrow cut Mowers and Hay Rakes, Norwegian Plows, Cultivators and Harrows, Newton Wagons, Badger Seeders, Feed Cutters, Ac. Come and see them. : ___ NOTICE rSB PUBLICATION. Laud Omcs at Nobth Yakima, W. T.,( March Kb. ISM. I •\rOTIcS la hereby riven that tha following IN named aettier haa Sled hla Intention to make Inal proof before the Reglater and Re ceiver at North Yakima, w. T., on April Sth. ISM, vis: Isvav Tames, Administrator of Clona MaUer, deed., who made homestead No. 227 for the ewV£ aae 4, twp 8, N R 260.w. m. He name* tha following witnesses to prove hla coutinuona residence npon and cul tivation of said land, via; John Dockers. Henry Creason, Charles McClellan and 8. M. Webber, all of Proasar. W. T. Any paraon who deairea to protest against the allowance of such proof, or who knowa any substantial reason, under the lew and regulations of the Interior Department, why such proof should not be allowed, will be Sven an opportunity at tha above mentioned ■a and place to crnmeramlna tha wltnsssss of said claimant, and to o(*r evidence in rebuttal of that submitted by claimant. apt IB J. H. THOMAS. Register. NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION. Land Omci at Noava Yakima, W. T..1 March Kh. ISM. ) ■\T OTICK is hereby given that the following IN named settler has Sled notice of hla inten tion to make Anal proof In support of hla claim, and that said proof wIU be made before the Reg ister and Receiver at North Yakima. W. T., on April 10, ISM, vis: Mimob J. Wbbstbs, h'd No 817 for aeU sac U twp S, NR Saw. m. He names the following witnesses to prove hls con tinuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, vis; Henry (Treason, Charles MeClallan, 8. M. Webber, Henry Tamke, all of Prosser,W. T. Any person who laalwa to protest against tha allowance of such proof, or who knows of any substantial reason, under the law and tha regu lations of the Interior Department, why such proof should not be allowed, will be given an opportunity at the above named time and place to cross examine the witnesses of said claimant and to oflkr evidence la rebuttal of that submlt apl t» y C *"***• j. h. THOMAB, Register, Notice of Dissolution. -vrOTICI is hereby given that tha Real Ratals IN firm of Goodwin, fitrobaeh ft Pagsley haa bean dissolved by mutual consent Business will be carried on by Goodwin ft PucsUy In their new and commodious quartan InVlrst National Bank budding i Gao. W. Goon win, frrfiafTr North Yakima, Washington. Fab. ». IMS. 0. M. GRATES. DENTIST. AR work fa my Use first-class. Local anesthet ics used to extract teeth without pals. No C> jßP‘OaSore? Tint'National Beak. Notice. notify the jmVUe tWt lifflM tony bei » BCh7-*t J. R. WOO LIT. North Yakima. March 7. MM. NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION. Lams Omci at N«wsru^,LT. t J VollClgiven that^thc^ following A. L. PaiCHBTT, stagggtmtanas wmmM T. Any person who dealree to awtaat against the aUowsnce of such proof, or who know, any lions ofthe Interior Department, why such proof should not ha allowed, will be given an opportunity at tha above mentioned time and place to cress examine the wltwimii of aaM claimant, and to offer evidence la rehntMl of S l "** mid tT Cl if «f*THomt lire Wood ft Draying. 1 have a large quantity of excellent Mae and flreord woodantf fir nligfe wocri fw eaCcheag. “ Grtlt 111 0.3D 5 § ® 3 fr a 0 a °- 0) . s. t/J CD DC REMNANTS I 1 H B«t wkiek ia i-MUty oio oa nteb)« to Dm Cob- ~ ttoodo from tho original ptoeo or <"| Bargains T lyglljp mw Mon suited oa ttia VorthwMt Coo*, lift iron ry lotto 2 final Heap# sale W <eaa , i»sin?si arjac- 1 •*• A** ismmimsz ® K SAVE! are Great IXL Co. 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