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Eiuer.i.i in tlio l'oi-:ik-.' at. ll.itrrpi i Ore., a Ser.i.i.l-i-l.is-s manor. srjwi'uirnox uatks. Sintif copy, jvr year Sin'.e coiy. -i.-: months t-injrle copy, three months When you chanirc- your ad.iross. notil Miis ottite, sivins your jire,':it ami niM' e-juMflnv ad-lre. o t!iat the fuitiTM m;'.y rer.cii jou promptly. Thi y ier is kept on tile by Albet Tozier's Advertising Aieti'-y , l'ortlain Or son, where advertising may be re ceived for it. ISSUED EVEUY TII'T.SPAY THURSDAY. HEt'EMBElt 11. 1H02 President ilooseveii's n;i..--s.r.ii.' le congress is a masterpieje from a master hand. He recommends in no uncertain term? the pa -sage oi laws that will curb the trusts and stop the big frauds in government Lnd. 01 eiiurse there are doubters ami kno.-k ri at the Imiuha copper mines, but one sure tiiii!:.' the cop j per is ther.' in quantities suiiii'ieht j to piy working, and capital is going after it. The doubting j Thomas.'? will never any of it j eitner. Iney talked a tew years :10O -Inilt ;l tinr-.oi J- nn-it.lo 1t Tn - i .i l i tnl W.ilt la Hint rtf t b itn ini oin would not encourage a prospector because thev did nof ktuv.v that thorn n-m ..onu io Tnii ,,, n; ' " .' country. Ot course there is not a Tllinp In Hint. u'mu in,,' tf tlmi-i. : was it could not be secured for a few dollars. There are many promising prospects on tin Imnalui l remains tor capital to make mines out of them. The knockers will not have a hand in it. ' A Cncnjavt UraduiiC. , T , A story plloasned in t.iu liO - "rial from the Pendleton Tribune ii ot. of m triy that ratrht be tohl hOW; n 'I how difficult, ii not C11- tir-ily vain, i the attainment of the uesirvl r.-sult in ti:e work being carrii-.l un by thv (.'.ovtrnmc-nt of' ed.ucatiir: Indian youtti in schools.; Jennie Peo, a Umatilla Vudk!. n j ' I WO.nan Was LTilduated at C'iiCtli.'.wa ! , , , , I :tnd went home--lo do wmu .' j What use had she for hereduea - tion? What could siie do with it? , , , . , JLli IV 3 ll llillU lyillLiil 11 HO ' ... -.1 1 1 !..,- T-.i: so sue rciiipntu lino u iic.-ic aiiuk 11 squaw again, married a mere buck Indian, and not being satisfied with him, 'estranged the cffectioiis' of another squaw's husband, and t ie two women had a rough-and-tumble, hair-pulling, face-scratching mud-rolling fight in a Pendle ton street. What good did the ''eduja'iou" do? Mav ii not. have doiu more harm than It mig it le too much to say that this an 1 many other incidents that ?night b narrated prove conclus ively that the system of Indian education is an entire failure, but thoy do prove that it is . a; failqre to a gr.;at extent. It will fake rot a few years, but several generations to educate the Indians into uili '.'H3 anywhere nearly approaching iii Caucasia standard. As a rule aitpr their education is gained, they relapse, either swiftly or gradually, into their old life. Pacific- Coast Cities Win. T n? Interstate Commerce Commission has decided the main points in contention, between I'aciiic Coast and interior cities in relatioi to freight rates-to this Coast in favor of the Coaeticities. It will be remembered that. certain middle cities led by St. Louis and secom'e 1 by Chicago, Kansau City and MinneapolisSt. Paul, com plained that the difference between carload rates on westbound freight from those cities was too great. The object was to enable the job bing houses of those cities to sell the goods in less than carload lots within territory naturally tribu tary to San Francisco and Port land. The defense was that water transportation from the Atlantic seaboard or Europe fixed or limited the rates oa carload lots by rail, an 1 also that ouch competition , . liiti ,,i , does not apply to less than carload lots, the Coast cities wtre entited I mdi before .1. F. r.urleili, r. 8. C'.in i i -i .i i: . nii-sioner at fJHtlno, Oregon, ou Jan. 2t to the usual railroad ilierinnna-! vjK. ' ti:i between such lots anil carload j H.'l" No. Tin:. Newton A'. Downs one . . . , of the lii ir.s mill for tin; heir of Mary lots-'hat. in brief, the Coast Cities i n ii- ,-nri of Inline On-pm. f..r the . . . i i . ., o- lo : See. "Js lots 1 A- s See. 3,1 & lot I e. were entitled to their position as- 3j nV!, ish. hk.w.m. S-aportS. The commission finis that SOr. e e laughs in rates should be mane as to which farther testimony is . , I to he taken, but the main point for ; w lieh the Coast cities contended is attained. E leh city has some g graphical advantage; our ad vantage is that mentioned of long listuneti water transpottation if , ec-ssary. It the railroads liecome j too '"Xietinc. The reason of tlie ; , . . . ' , .. , , decision is that n railroads were r (inhvd to carrv intt rmediate traf-1 tic at rates at which they except : U lj SVl i4 Sei, o:!i NI. iv Stv j Otliee at l.a Grande Ore:n. t iroudi traffic, thev would loose1 :'-p. 2. N. k.iK. W. Ji. j . .., . .,N,or,- . , . , , : lie names the follow inn witnesses to i Notice is hereby mven that the loiiow O the OSeratlOIl, and 111 order to , l ,r()V! llis ,.,,., resalence upon and iIU! settler has fled notice of his iiilen m ike the local traffic pav, witnotlt ' .ulsivation of said land, viz: I lion to make final po of in support of ...... . f -' Charles Wronn, James M. Blakelv. his claim, ami that said proof will he a heavy discrimination m favor o. , ...(1,m.it ;llvi.s.inii )om otto Wrenn, all made, before D. W. sneaha... U. S. throU"h traffic, thev would have to I f Jo-eph, (re;ron I ( omis-ioeer, of Enterprise Ore'oa on " .. , , . ,,- , I E. W. I'-ABTLEFT, Begister. ' Jan. 14, lhOo. viz. pit up the the local traffic raHs b j' No s)471i A. Vv.uid.il Po-nvell to SUeh a point as would obliiiei ' of Knterprise, Orenon. fo. the E'.j N W'., them to give up the through tn.ffiej to water competing points. !! nee j the policy is to carry through ! frtuht at a small proiit, and to ad j . ., . i'. l l I V.1:.. : .. . . i. :.. .1 ... . .- :. to mat proiu iy einu-ini; i.ij;ii--- rates to interior points. j I Ll L 1 I tl It 111--- U1UV111- - f W VlUr i;viiluuiu': iiic cuuiiuiiv.! vi v!3 ' theory, was lower raie? on "as than carload lots, so they could ' control the territory lmost to tlie I very doors of the Ccast cities. Hut 111 this, iccording to the tenor of; the decision, they will fail. Tek- J rai.l. NOTICE FUK PriU.Ii'ATION. La.nl u;rioe at h i tl.-.inih-, Oro-' in, J). e .-. pv ' v- .i:.... :.. 1 1 : 1. ,1... f.. . ... I in: , settlor has :d notii-.-n i ,;! .J'amf t ! . n-'e b.fo:e D w. shedi.m. , V. S. Commissioner, of Lnterpn.-e. r .;on, . 1 on .1 -in. id, I'.kii, viz. L '" '" , '.1,'' n of Knterprise Oregon. for t ie .Vt SK'., See. I 1 wp. 1 SU. 44 lots tinu I 7 tiee. 6Twp. 1 Sit. 4.) E. V. M. I It - r. times the followir witnesses to ( prov liML.onljmms residence upon and j vuitiv.itiou ofsaid land, viz: rtLA of Wi, and "A-iriam M. ; Zu.vlier of linterpn-e, Orcaou. E V. IIAUTLKTT. ItepiMtr. NO'i ICf K11U rriiLICATION. Li:i ! OHie r.t La firaude. Ori?on. Not-,eU i.x.,v , i.-.-n Hut f..-toiloW, p - i'-' - ;tw-r iwi ht,-.i T.oii.-v ; i on iii;,K- limit pr. ot 111 Mi:p r: of h:s aim ami tiuit said proof v.iii he be for .lihn A. fiiimhle V. S. Coiand-- t;0ner tt Jos-pii Ore.)t on Jan. 19, U-o.1, vft K N S,L.H(1 We;,iher'.v of Joseph Ore-on for tin- N-i si. SM4-s': !-ec, 2i and NK).,' NKM Sec. 2.' Twp. i 8. u -i , lie pa-lie. the following wltn -ss.-s to l- v- his continuous resilience upon and ' tiv.u;on of said land' viz (ie ir-'e C. Oo-.vim;, ltobert T.. f? . f, . avi 1 I'. Hunter and Agues M. Ye t al.o. Joseph, Ore E. V. 15 ARTI.ETT, HegisUr TIMBER LAND ACT, June 3. -NOTIt E FOR PLI5L1CATION. United States L:ind Oliiec, Noticj Is hereby given that in compli ance with the provisions of the act of Coiigr-ss of .lime .'J, I7S. entitled 'Ai. act for the sale of Umber 1 ::nN in th S ates o' California, Oregon, Nevada an. I Washington Territory," as extended lo til! , the PubUu L nnl B ates by act ;of August 1 1 4. IstrJ, Arthur R-audoin o Joseph. : j count of Wallowa, stat-i of Oregon, ha- till- dav tiled in ihi- oIice hi sworn state- nic-nt Nt j. 1741. f r the purchase --f !li S'AS'.'.'A it NEK of Section No. 2o in T iwiiihip No. South. Sangc N . 4S. EV A and will oiler proof to show that tin uii'' si.uudvt is more valuable for its tim l.un .i cI.,imi tl,.iii F.. liiri-ieiil 111 vi I iiirnr.w... pnil to rstabtish h's claim to said land before 1. W. Sheahan. U. S. ( oinuiisoion- 1 erat Enuipri.-e, Oreron, 0:1 Wcdn sday, ' the llth 1 a a Febr-.ia -v ie i.-. 1 m He nani.-s cl3 willies h-s: Paviil E. ! W Tucsjor and Peter IJaudoln of Joteih,Js Oregon and John W. Allen and (Jcdia-j fS Bail Join of Enterprise Oregon. ' rj Any and all pevwn .lai -ii' adviwh JBS the above described lands are iviiuetid to ! m Hie their claims 111 this oflice'.cn or befor said llth day of 'c-bruary I:W. I . W. 1JA1MLSTT, R.gtster. Delinquent Tax Notice. l All delinxuent tax up to and in- j eluding 1901 are now in my hands for 1 '( collection and by a special order of the county court I am commanded to proceed to collect said tax without delay as presoribed by law, after due notice I ahull, proceed to collect said tax and when' noti jmid in cash I shal! leyy. upon andajl. ipifiicient personal property to satisfy the amount o' tax and cost. Ifthero be no persontcil j. property then upon it-al property 11 there i e any. This publication will Le considi red due notice. J. 0. Shacwleioud ...Li ., Slioriff Walljwa Co. . Datsd Nov. 3, 1902. NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION. ' Por. 3. 1002. Land Office at I.aGrande, Oregon. Notice is tieronv given that ti e follow- ' ini; named settlor lias filed notice of his inloiiti.'.n to inato tlnal niDof in support f . ; . , , , . . ' !))r',w. i(,,itiM.i..us residence upon and cn ivathm of -dd land. viv. . I . I . ' . I i.l M - I .t". , lu.., ilml iloim n cook a I of Lo-ihie -' . , h. W. UAi'TLhTl.. Kefiister. NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION. Land Otliee at LaOtatuip, Orenn. Nov. Is, HM2. Notice it lierebv jsiven that the follow- ir.i; named settler l. as filed notice jt his .t.,-0f jn support of his claim, ucd that intention 10 coniiniue ami miiKe iiiiu n.iid itoo( will be made bei'o-e .lolm A ltuiiibic. U. S. S. Commissioner at ..,.,:,. , ,, n:, .i:1. :.v! vi- M. I-.. No. 41147. lames E. bmtL-eii,"rv j I W l X' H 1 NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION. f -1 1 1 1 t!fli.'a ill t !i ( s r; rwh 1 lin fnn 1 v ... i.. .". Notice i- he!,-liy :!ive!i that tl e foPo-.v- ne liamei! e.ili!r lias in -a notice it ms 1.0 e.i,.ii ...,,,.,. .,. , ., , i"'-' ., i, u ..; .,.,,1 n,..t ,,.) hi I ,muIe ,,'..oreA. c. -mitll. v. s. Cmniis-' - t vi ivii viiiav, . . y. w. " H. E. No. lO.ilM. Charles Jolin-ci, of I ii, nuha. Oregon, for the N V. '4, Si 1 . 0, ivp. 1, N. U. 4S, E. U . M. I He names the follnwinu wit lies-'s tin f iove liw continuous residence tipi an.i . tilt vation of said land, viz: Ihonins M.Ciiriy, .iiimes L. , a'ii ai'd I.ichard Fn-k. of Ime.a.m,- -'" (-'' n ;u.d frank W x lie-- J'i b. "n .'. n. t.. Vt . li.UiiLl',11, Iwi-illslel' OINTMENTS u;d suppositories will not positively cannot do 1110 .lain reliove you. It requires an internal rem !y to remove the cause am 'Veet n Timnient cure. Ask your Druggist ior D: 1 1 i in's booklet on the s-ih et. M M 1 HOW ABOUT IT? Are all of Your Printed Enve!opes Used? 1 U j F.l i 3 j n j HI I 3 j ! L-l If so you cannot afford to do without iliem when you can get them at the Chieftain office for 50 cents per hundred. One Envelope with your name and address printed on it may save you 100 times the cost of the hundred envelopes. Leave Youi Orcfer at The Chieftain Office, Enterprise, Oregon. ty TIM RE It LAND, ACT JUNK 3, 1S78 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United States lind OHiee, LuGrande, Oregon, Sept. 18, 1902 .Notice is hereby given that in com pliance with the provisions of the act of Coiiu'Ivbb of June 3, 1SS. onMlled ''An net. for the sale of timber IiiikIh in the Sp'tes'of California, Oregon, Nevada and Vah';nstori territory," us extended to all the I'lthlie Land States hy act of Aug ust 4, 18!)2, Elmer J. Korsvtiie, of Kntor prise. roGntv of Wallowa. State of Oietron, has this day Hied in this ollico I, is sworn statement No. 1 !;. for the purchase of the N W of SI -4' of Section No. iW ill I Township No. 2 N, Hanite No. 45. K. . M. and will offer :roof to show that the land soiistht is more valuable lor its tim ber or sione than for agricultural pur pose and to establish his claim to s.ud laud before I). W. Sheahan, U. S. C'om-miH-ioner at Enterprise. Oregon on Sat urday the 20th day of IVeemher. I'.MIJ. He names as witnesses: .losepli P. Averill and Ella Kobeits, of .bmeph, Wreisoti and (ieorne 11, Milleratid Joselin .Matheny, of l-'titerpns., l (recoil. Any and all person claiiiuiif utlvetsely i . . , -i . i i . . - ........... , to lile their claims in this ollice on or be ints anove iiescrioeo laiHin aiu ii-iuran-u fore said 20th dav of December, PHI-' K. V. B.A U TLi-.1T, Kenister. NOTICE l OR Pl'ISLICATION. a A ' I '4 aim -it 4 "'-.4 ' Tp I S. U. 44 E. W. 11. He names the followint witnesses to ' prove hif . continu m residence upon and ' '..1.1 ..w. I II I 1 ill lw( I JI . nm n" Tl.o.mm.l. Wriuht. Edward A. Ander- foil, 1 1 ailie 1. Iwsn ei i mm i .o 1.1 ......... , I, t i i 1 1. . i .. , i . 1 1 ... .I , i .,u of j;tert.ris.' it-'l,n. I'.. W. l'.ALTLKIT, Itet-ister. TIMl'.EU LAND, ACT JUNE !1, 1S7H N'OTICE l'OH PUHLICATION. I T'nited States Land ofii.:e aiirande, Oie-o,., Sept. P.'. YMY1 1 v,ti,-e in heiebv uiven that in com- ' pliance with the provisions of the act ot 1 Congress of June Ii. IST-l. etditled "An ! act lor the sale of timber l inds in the states ol California, Or.-aon, Nevada and Wushini'toii Territory" usexlended to ail the Put. lie Land Slates bv act of Ail iiist 4, 1 -:!;. .lames S. Matfill of Los'jue.eouniy of Wallowa, State ot Oregon has this day tiled in tiiis ollice his sworn statement No. 147 for the purchase of the SK1.,' of Section No, 10 in To.vnship No. . S. Kanae No. -It! E. W. M. and will offer proof to show that the land nought is m in: valuable for its timber or stone than for agneultural purposes and to es tablish his claim to said land before J. F. , iS'.ir'eigh L'. S Conimis-ioner lit Lostine. Oregon on Monday the Sth day of Dec- : ember 1:;0-'. j He names as witnesses; f'ratik I. 1 foster, H O. Poster, E. V. Kumlne and ' O. K.Mays all of Limine, O.egnn. i Any and all persons cl.iiuiiiii.' adversel;, j the above descrilv-d lands are p "pif sted I to lile their claims in this ollice on or be- lore s-jid Sth day of December, VM)Jl. . V. P.AUTLLTT, K gister. 'l o JSiiKiitirCoiilriinitorN. The conimittee wilj; wait on it hose win have coiiti ibute I !-j th. ija'ar i.e Dec. 20 on Tuesday, Die. l(i. I Land! Land!! Land!!! The Burleigh Real Estate Agency has placed on the market some choice hareains in real estate. Notice there: 160 acres of fine bottom land on abundanco of running water with water riKlits;uU acres in cultivoti...,; the finest alfalfa or wheat land; price $2f)0u on fstsy terms. We nnlv handle nronertv that will sell, consequently can quote you the, : " .11 !....., f ' lowest prices uii un cioat.-o ui property. ,, 11 . ! f.. f..Al t.;aii on oi write me nrin lor lurtnvr particulars. The BiiKi.Kictt IIkai. Estatk Aoency Enterprise, Oregon. Treasurer's Notice. iSotice is hereby Riven tlmt l nave sufficient funds on hand to pay all n ... . . , allowu uounty warrants presetueu lor payment prior to April 1st, juui. Interest on warrants included in above call ceases Oct. 2.ith, 1902. Hknky Mm.i.hh, County Treasurer PULLMAN ORDINARY sleepers; Tl,., .,,-:..t lua-om, :l,n x lie uiuuni tlovii imouii rastand the l'acihc Uoast lias reached enormous proportions in j the last few years, a nd calls for a! t . n ' seeciai class oi equipment. ' meet this demand the Pullman Company has issued from its shops ,,-i..,t ; .,..i.,,:.,n,. nii i,.. oij,,ii i II IKil 11 lillll!ll,.iil 11. n- 111:111 m- :n:irv .- t'eiioi-. 1 1 cse I ill -.11 fill cars appear similar to ine regular sleepers being built on the same plan, but not furnished with the j snine elegance. They are equipped with mattresses, blankets, sheets, I pillows, pillow-cases, towels, combs,! brushes, etc.. lciniiriii'r nothimr of the kind t be furnhdied lv thft i- i i '. ener. r.acn i ;.r n::s a move for making tea and col'leo and do-; in;j; "'liiit housekeeping," and each section can he fitted with an ad justable table. A uniformed por - ter accompanies each car, ms bust- nrca beino t lliake u, berths,! k- en the car clian, and lotik inter the ints and comforts of the pass- emier. In each of the trains which a. dispatched daily from Portland by the O. K. tfc N. Co. is to be found one of thesn 'Pullman Ordinary Sleepers." Tlie car at- tun in. ti ( 'l.i ...,!.... It.. ..,1 I Social" goes through to Chicago nullum, i;n.ui!;e, ivnu me one in uie "Atlantic Express" runs to Kansas City without change, rassengers in this car for Chicago change to a similar car at Granger. Much of the first class travel is eing carried in these cars, the ates bi'ing lower, and the service,0 Conveyancing ar.d Abstracts nearly equal to that in the palace sleepers. Ferrates and full inform.it.ion including folders, write to A. L. Craig, General Passenger Agent, 0. R. & N. Co. Portland, Oregon. LODGE DIRECTORY. o. e. s. Wallowa Valley Chanter. Xo 50. Order of the Eastern Star, holds its regular communications on the First and the Third Saturday of eacli month, at 7:30 P. M., in Masonic Hall, Enter prise, Oregon. All visitimr brothers and sisters are cordially invited to aiienu. Amy E. FonsYTHE Rae E. Batek Worthy Matron. Secretary. Woodmen of the World. Enterprise Camp No. 535. regularly on the First mid Third Mon day nights of each month. Transient Neighbors cordially invited. F. A. Clakk C C. C. A. Ault, Clerk. visit DR. JORDAN'S MUSEUM OF WITJW 1001 MARKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO. CAU (MauSllUiulgnwtfcJ , i!,5..,"'iAn,t)mIt'!,llir,"n ID the Vi orld. i erralut attraeUan n th Cttv. A ,". or n y cn tmct- ??. issu.'So,..',,'' ' "v "'Ti;cnri!nv urcUllitim tli i'aei6a UOMk luiUblUlitdiluMira. DR. JORDAM-PRJVATI DISEASES mrm and mllli 1 tnm lb UKt et youthfal ludl erttuiinB fkr t.. .... 1 ciiiloii.; M w ra n M. r r h i. rntra. HftaihM ii . w. I ' only ir.,rd tmml.i. wrr"" i . Hln wll Si i , 'TrWMtIM T u ElMct U.i'.-, i V. . - mmmtmw- nil rui Ij-k 1 I ur. jonin' ipecWl palolciw nothsdi. , I oonIV1!LIA',.'PP1',ntto,,1,wai'rl I lLZ.!Z1i0iono, nUonmplBlnl. , i -ZZ lKf! KXITIVM COT, " n u lUW. " -i. Administrators Notice. . jjotjee is hereby Kiven that h 1 .,. ,,. . thyt- 7EtobZto ! 01 t."e BUto of Lf'v,a Ne . leased, , rtnd l I,erson8 ,,ttvlD8 .ainis aga.nsl said estate are hereby required to nrB.. the same with the proper Vouchers J said Administrator at Fruita, Oregon nr at 'ho office of his attorney, n w HI, l, !.'.. ' " i c'n iJri&u, urej;on, within J six months from the date of this i,nt; T......l to.,. J , n "OUP.; Dated this 13th dav of September Court Session. Probate court is the sos-sion ou the fi, Monday of each month. County court meets on the first WerfJ nesday in January, April, July ami SiJ i 1 '! """oci, I '-ircuit court convenes on the tl,j,,J .uomiay in .llay, and the fourth Monday in October. PROFESSIONAL. Settlers Claimants. It' you want to file on land, provf up vn your Homestead, buy gelioc ! or suuo inna, or transact nnv oth n.wl l i i : ,, mnu ui itlllll UllMIR'tMj (all Oil () address. w Q'"bfk- V. ?. f.ESOan ' : 77. &. CGMMTRRTf) W P . . ' "' ; JtBVpt'lfse, - - Oregon p ... . - , "1101113' EliU ICUUSBlDr ul I ENTERPRISE, OREdox. All business mid 'corrHpi.iideiice a 'uded to with di;;pa!eh. Praetire n, n. ' j!tn,e ""' federal Courts and Iuierw Department. CKAS. A, Ab'LT, ' I'lIYSICIAN AND SURGEO! tp Entwrl)r,Be Oregon. Calls to nil parts of tlm count proinntK' answered. eHiiumeu one lilock Eat of Aleihm!;. Adiurch. OHiee up stairs in Berlai, " eat oi xnug 6tkre. ' " j J- A. ISuiilkioh. W. S. Bv?.iJ!ici ; BURLEIGH BURLEIGH ATTORNEYS AT LAW Practice in all Courts of the State. Sell Real Estate and make ColkJ tions on Commission. j T Ofjice in Court House ElocJ I ENTERPRISE, OREC0.1 A. C. Smith , J. S. IIodgi Smith & Hodgin ATTORNEYS AT LAW ENTERPRISE, ORE. LAND OFFICE BUSINESS In nil its departments traiisacti1 in this ollice. Lund Plats for infjw tion. All Filings and Contests curt fully recorded and attended to wit promptness. Plats corrected weekly from Law umce at- l.a Urande. Ollice upstairs in the Borland Building. A. C. SMITH, U.S. Commissicnsf E. A. Fosner, Residettt Dentistj OREGO ENTERPRISE, BUSINESS CARPS, THE WALLOWA NATIONAL BAN OF ENTERPRISE, OREOOH. CAIMT.1L -MIIHPL.IJN dibkctohh: G. 8. Craio J. M.Chubch, T. H. Veaskt. W. K. olHi Gfo. W. Hyatt. Pre..!lHtit,.'1.' ' Vice-Presid"! . W. K. HOt.MB, Cannier. TVian . L.i.t l,nr,l-,'nir billing Exchange bouchfc nrf. idlil. Colim DR. JOPtOAN ft CO., mi MuM8l,t.f ; ions promp,ey. made at umno pont ftbroa.