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CITY AND COUNTRY.
OKKOON CITY, AC (HINT OA. It'.
Terms or Kuli4iriillnn,
8!ns,l. Copy, on year, III advanco, t i IH
Hliiiilel.'opy, l minima, In advance, I UO
Local notices in cents mr II li" lr H tnI ; ft rents
p.r lino for each Miitivfiuiil Insertion. Address,
UUUKIEK.Ureg.in (My, Oregon.
Clerk of Cull 1 1
rnnmsr, . . ,
.1. W. IM.Iiiihi
tleo. K. lli.llil.iii
. (t W il..n..i.g
M II IUiii.I.j
. . J. I'. Illallley
. II H lllhx.il
. Hl.liny Smyth
. li I, ll.'luiali
I lllclliiril Mri.ll
I Ci.lll.llll" llair
OHKIHiN CITV OPFin.llS.
Ko.r.lcr, - , .
Chief ,.f J'..llce, .
Hlrl Cmiiilsaluner, ....
Hup'l i.f Water Work!,
C,.uiicliiiien-t'. 0. All. Mailt,
(ireelllllail, W. A. While, ,f
. . T. W. Hlllllvuu
, . . h i. Purler
J. H. I'onluin
. . J K. Klluadee
II. K Urtm
W. II. ii..wh1
Jr., II. I,. Kel'y, 0. N.
J. ('mike, J. W. UVou-
null. J. II. Furler ami T. r.
Cuuiicil meets find Wednesday of each iik.iiIIi.
First I'.iiigrigsll.uiiil church Rev. M. Dougherty
Pastor. Services II ft. 111. hii'1 Hint! i. 111. Hmi.lHy
School after im.ruliiK servlco. Prayer Meeting every
Wednesday evening ill H:ll p. in, Prayer Meeting uf
Y. I. H. C. E. every Sunday evening At U:M) irumt.
first llaptlat Church Rev, Oilman Piirker, Pastor.
Morning Service II; Hominy Hcti.Mil W:IA; Evening
Hxrvire HKI; llgilliir Prayer Mooting Wflmwluy
veiling. Mollllily Covenant Meetlug every Wedllea.
day evening precoruing nrst Kiiiiuuy 111 me inunui
Ml. Juhn's Church. Calli'ilic Iter. A. Ilillxlirmncl,
Pastor, un hominy, sinas ill h ami iuu a in,
Kvcrv SillliliiV Herman Hortnnn after Hu'cl.ck Mnas,
At all other Masse Kugllsll Sermons. Sunday Kl'Ii.njI
'i:M p. 111. Vespers, ANl.getlcal Subjects and lion
nllclluli at T.;i p, ui.
MiiIIiimII"! Elsrop:d Church It'' 0, gykoe, Pastor.
Morning service hi 11; nuii'iny wii.h.i 111 ix:io; r.ven
linf Service at :INI. K11w.ml1 League meeiingHuii.
lay evening at IIMUi I'mycr Milling TliurwlHy even-
111K at s.nu.
First Presbyterian Church. Rev. (I. W. Oilmney,
I'aitor. Services II a. 111 ami Hit) p. 111. tiul.lwlh
Selesd Ilia. ill. Y. I'. S. V. K. meeta vvniy Htlmlay
evulliiiK lit ll::XI. I'mycr Sh.illiiWt-illMMlny welling
KMU, 8"UI fr'.
KvaiiKellcnl rliim-lt, fJcrinaii A. Krimt, Ptulor.
Pniucliliig HrvlcHi every alb'rlmlu Siitnlny II a. m.
mi 7::l p. 111. Sal.baili Hi'IkhiI ery Hnn.liiy lUa 111.
(J. llarrlHlierger, Hlipt.) Weekly Player Meeting
every Weilnewlny uvenllig.
IIiiIIhI llri-tlirell Cliilroh. Ite. I'. II. Wllllami.
Piulr. Hurvlc Unit hii.1 tlihil Kiui.Uy uiurnliiKa
tid the prececulitK nalnnlny niKllt In eacn niunlii at
Ore;im t'ily II ft. m. and 7 j). 111 , ami the tint Hun
duv ufternuun uf each inuiilli at Kalla View,
Chrislluii Church-lteT. t. T. Stanley, Palor.
Hervic.f every Hilndiiy II ft. m. at Hhlvelv'e Hull.
Preaching eecond and fourth Mundity lu eacli month.
HI. Paul'a Cliuri li. Enlanmal llev. J. A Eckelmm.
iMilur. Hen Irea every Xulldny ut II a. in. and 7ilu
p. ui., and Kri.Uy evening at T M p. in.
FuIIb Clly I-iiIk.. of A. O. I'. W.-MeoU every we.
nn.l and fourth Friday evening of ea.-h luimth in U.ld
FoIIowh' bull.liiiK. All Mojiitlrninir brethren conliiilly
iltvlled toaltelld. 1. CHIItleM, M. W. Ueo. fall If, Kec.
PlK Iron I,.nIk, No. 1:11, A. O. V. W. Jleetn every
Thurwluy evening at Odd Kell.iW'l Hall, Uatvego.
Visiting brellin'ti alwaye welcome. l. U. Campbell,
II. W. II.HIrallM, lire.
M'dnlla LihIko, No. 40, A. O. V. W. Meet! Unit anil
third Ma I llrdnyi ill each luontb lit Hrhool House.
Vlaitlug nit'iubeni ninile welcome. T t). Slipp, II.
W. J. W.'lb.ilnnl, Itee.
Gavel LodR-e, No. o... A. O. U. V. Meeta eecond
and third Hnliiidiiy eveuiugri lit Knight's Hall, I'auby.
VleltiiiK brolliere made welcome. 0. L. UurloW, H.
W. W. 8. Ulllible, Heo.
Clackamas Ix.Iko, No. 87, A. O. U. W. Meeta tint
and third Mondnyi in each month, at Strite'n Hall,
Visiting brethren welcome, 8, Holcumb, M. W. C.
E. I'eaao, llec.
Sunrise I.o.lre, No. 4:1, A. O. TJ. W.Sleeti every
Kecuti.l and fourih Hatunlav of each month at WiU
aonvllle, Oregon. Max 8clitilplua, M, W. 0. T.
Oregon Lodge, No. 3, I O. O. P. Meeta every
Tnunuliiy evening at 7:;H) o'clock p.m. In the Odd
Eellowa''llnll, Main street. Meinlars of the Order
are Invited to attend. Uiorge U. Ely, N. U. Thua.
Falls Encampment, Nc I, f. 0. 0. F. Meets tint,
and third I'uo&duys of each month at Odd Fellows'
Hall. Members and viKitlng patriarchs cordially in
vited t.i attend. W. II. Howell, Chief Patriarch
J. A. Hlewaat, Scribe,
Oawego uvige, Ho. tn, l.rr.v. T Meeta at fidiTfel
low's Hall, Oswugo, every Saturday evening. Visiting
brethren made welcome. U. W. Proaaer, N. U. J.
P. lti.luy, Sec.
BIultnomi.ll liOilgr, No. I, A. P. it A. M. Holds Its
regular communications on first and third Saturdays
of each month st 7 -HI p. ni. Brethren in good stand
ing are Invited to attend. L. 1. Porter, W. M.
T. F. Ityan, Sec.
Wuticheno Lodge. No. 13, I. O. It. M. Meets Wed
nesday evening ut Armory Hall. Visiting members
cordially Invited. A. J. Hilllird, C. of It. Charles
Meaile Post, No. 2, 0. A. K Department of Oregon.
Meets flrst Monday of ench month at K. of P. Hall,
Oregon City. Visiting comrades made welcome.
David McArthllr, Com. J. P. 8knw, Adj.
General Popo Post, No. M, 0. A. It. Meets first
Saturday of each month at Grange hall, Mulino.
I'onirudcs cordially invited. J. K. Nelson, Com
mander. 11. W. Shaw, Adjutant.
Gen. t'ns.k Post, No. 22, G. A." R., Department of
Oregon. Meets in school house at Needy on first Sat
unlay in each month at 2 o'clock p. in. All juni
nules made welcome. Jacob Spogle, Com. J. Kar
lleade Belief Cir, No. IB, Pepartment of Ore
goli. Meeta on first and third Fridays of each month
in K. of P. Hall. Members of corps from abroad
conliiilly welc ed. Mrs. M. M. Cliannan, Pres.
Mrs. K. L. Cochran, Treas. Mia. J. 1). Harding, Sec.
Sons of Veterans, E. I). Raker Camp, No. 18 Meets
first ami third Thursday evenings of each month. K.
8. CaliS, Capt. li. 8. Bellomy, 1st Lieut. 0. 0.
Wood, 2d Lieut.
Achilles Lodge, No. 38, K.of P. Meets every Fri
day night at the K. of 1'. hall. Visiting knights
invited. Chua. Albright, Jr, C.C J. K. Khodes, K.
of It. & 8.
Canhy Lislge, No 6ii4, I. O. O. T. Meets first and
third Satunlay evenings at Knight's Hall, Canby.
Visiting members always made welcome. H. C.
Ollliuore, W. C. T. Millard Lee, Sec
P Company, First Ret ., 0. N. G. Armory, Third
and Main. Kegttlar drill night, Monday. Regular
business meeting, first Monday of each month. J.
W. Uanong, Capt. F. 8. Kelley. First Lieut. L. L.
Pic-lens, Secote! Unit.
Canby fpirltn.INI H
and third Sun'lHV. rf ei
I dent Miss Haltlr l id
New Era W. C T I"
month at then ikifr
invited, ue-tt,. Tul
letr. - .sst-inbles on nrt
irim.il;. li. A.Lee, Pre a
,s, Hc- .nil tig Secretary.
'&aS$ii Safttfd.)- In cxrh
- Kra. Ki-ieuila ol Uie ca'istr
:rs Carey J.'bn.n, M'S
.' 117, ('. K. Of A. -Meets
I'ieir hali, ounier Matn and
. T. W, Sullivan, Plea.
81. John's Branch, '
every Tuesitay eveiiln,; ..
'I'ettth streets, Oregol '
M itt. Justin, Sec.
Oregon City Board of Trade Meets at Court House
on second Mo.iday in each month. Vlaitora w. Icome.
Geo C. Urownell, Pres. F. K. Donaldson, Sec.
Canity Board of Trade Meets at Knight's Hall,
Canby, on first and third Fridays of each month.
Visitors welcome. Win. Knight, Pres. 8. J. Garri
M.ilalla Grange, No. 40, P. of H. Meets at their
hall at Wright's Bridge on Ihe second Saturday of
aacb raoolh at 111 ft. m. leliow members made
welcome. J. F. Nelson, Master. E. II. Cooper, Sec.
Tualatin Qiange, No. Ill, P. of H.-Meets last Satur
day of each month at their hall in Wilsonville. B, B.
Henry, Master. Miss Beda Sharp, Sec.
Warner uTange. No. 117, P. of II. Meet fonrth
Satunlryof each month at their hall In New Era.
C. J. Williams, Master. Miss Maggie Brown. See.
Butte Cn-c-k Grange, No. 82, P. of II. Meets at their
hall in Maniunm second Saturday in each month at
10 a. ni. Visiting memlHTS always welcome. J. R.
White, Master. J. K. Jack, See.
Columbia Hook and Ladder Co. Meets first Fri
day of each mouth at Fountain Engine House. W. T.
Whillotk, Pres. Ed L. haw, Foreman. A.. Milln,
Ponatain Hose Co., No. 1 Meets second Wednesday
I u each month at Engine House, eaat side Main street,
between seventh and Eighth. Hiram Straight, Pres.
M. P. vjulnil, Foreman. J. W. Stewar-, Sec.
Cataract II. -ee (V No. 2. M-ts ttcoi d Tuesday of
earh month at Cataract Engine House. Sidney Suith,
Prea. Bert Ureenman, Poreluail. Herb bestow, See.
Oregon City Hrae Co., So. 3 O W. Church, Pres.
W. W . Mrrrs, Porenian. U. S. Strange, Sec
"Any Port la Storm."
That's a good maxim, but it will nut
work as a rnle in the purchase of a
Uniiedy for Rheumatism. Any of the
cheap nostrums, will not affect a enre
in fact none of them will. Don't trifle
wi ll life and prolong agony. Get Dr.
Drnminond's Lightning Kemedy. and
prwedv cure ia cerlaiu One bottle it.
w.nth hundred of anything else, and
f..r that reawm it in the cheapest when !
a cure i wanted. Of driiuiriata. or sent '
t.i any a.l, Ireaa by express . " Drnmmond j sot-ply uf books called ''Gun Club
Medicine On., 48 .50 Maiden Lana. New Kulea and Revised Lawa. Tbia pnbli
York. Agents wanted. cation contain a digest of tbe lawa re-
lating to game in the Western state and
Have your watches, clocks and jew- territories. Mr. Horlbnrt will be giad
elry repaired by the established and re- to mail yoo one of the books opm re
liable firm of Bartneister A Andresen, ' ceipt of two stamps to coyer postage .
All work warranted. i W. II. Hrai.sreT, A. G. P. A.
EVENTS OF THE WEEK
Main Stiikkt Imcii.ivkmknt Win k on
llio liniiriivi'iiii'iit l g il ik mi ru pi. 1 1 v .
llui olil iim'U htiH Iihiii inkun H lfit
Hlrupt frniii Hut Imp tri ll mill t.i
l'nlt)'ll llllll Hlhl la lll'lnif, llllllll'i liu..
III!) irnli'li Hi lilt I !(( I uf I lie Mice! Hltiit e
llie llmir mill Mnrrlnxi'i- niinlii liv llit
IIihiiI uf IHIXI Tliu cuiit'ri-li if) luir
lici'll Hit nil bnlh riiii-H nf llm atlHi
(mm 1 1 1 u iiiHT imhI li llm Ciiliimii I'll
Iflne liiMinu, Tim Mil 1 it 1 1 mirfm-u ilr.iin
lilt) in buinir put llinli-r the cniicri-tr
curbing. Tim work mi lliu iru-illf Ht Hit
lower 1'inl uf tliu ntruut, U inarlv II 11
ImIh'iI uii uiih gldu uf tliu imrk
ami iiuitly IliiUlitnl mi llm uiliur
Hiiltt. TImi pliinkinx rnitt un l.euvy
liiliiiK. Knuiiifer Smyth Iihh fin
Ihlll'll till) llllll l Oil Of lllH gMHrHM
ini'iit, whle'i niicur In thia laNiie.
TIik tnt.il (tnm'BUnciil uiiioniilM l uvur
I l.'I.OOO, wliicli U un an uvurHKH f IS7 8IJ
pir lut fur the i'n-1 U 11ml for
till) WI'Ht Hillt'i tliu iliir.Tunco U on HC
count uf tliu Htruul milwiiy truck which
U mil in tliu center ul the Mlreet but to
vinril tku ciiBt aiili1! no the ctmiixny
coulil nut In a iluiible track when it
('hkohn's Fihksikn Will Asbkjiiii.k.
The cill.t'iiH uf The Dulles are milking
big iirc)it iiitiiiiiH fur Hie firemen 'i
tuurniimeiit un fii'itt'iiibnr 4tli, The
prizes for two rm es will bu $250. There
will be, in gdilition, a big purmle, a lt
ilinner anil a gruml bull free to firemtn.
Transportation rules have been niaile low
ntitl hotels at The Dulles will entertain
visitors at from $1 to 12 tiny. A (Irons
tk'letmtion of firemen will go from here
The Oregon Clly hose team that will
compete for the prizes consists of the
following members: Colo, captain,
Keckner, 0. lirown, K. Brown. Taylor,
lilioaileM, Kennitnure, II. Trenibath, Mc
Causlin, C. Moore. Peterson anil li.
(ireentRii. A special excursion will go
from rorlluni by boat, starting from
I'ortlaml Suntlay morning; fare 1 1. 5')
for rounil trip. The faie from here, by
ihe O. C. T. (lu's bouts, to Portland is
-ll) cents All olil firemen are welcome
anil invited to go ulong. Yuu can come
hack the sitme tluv or stay during tlie
two days uf the meeting.
Qi'ahhant Land Cask. The case of
the Lulled Mates versus the Uregon &
California Railroad Coin puny and the
Oregon Cenlial Kullroad Company, tie
fundiints, and the Bame coinpanidS, com
Dliiinaiils in a cross bill versus the U.
M., defendant, wag decided by Judge
Itellinuer. in the U. 8. circuit court
Monday. This is known as thequadrant
land case, and fully 500 peraons are in
terested in it. Judge Bellinger decides
that the lands in the quadrant are in
cluded in llm lands forfeited to tLe gov
ernment by the act uf Junuury 31, 1883.
The diagram Died in the laud ollice
here shows that Irom forest Urove two
lines are drawn, one due north, the
other due west, both terminating at the
L'O nnle limits. The granted lands lying
within the quudrant formed by these
lines and the 20-mile limits, and also
the lieu lands within such lines and the
25 milt) limits, are designated as "fur
Hops. The advice to growers siya
the tSttitrtman to delay the picking of
their hops until they are thoroughly ripe
is already showing good results. It is
not thought that picking will be gener
ally commenced, except on the higher
hinds, until Seot. 10 to 15th. Mr. Ueer,
of Salem, has issued a circular in which
he says England will need all the hops
we can spare as the English crop is 30,-
000 short and Germany's crops is very
short. In Polk county the hops are iree
from vermin and look promising.
Probably the first hups picked this were
those from the yard of Win. Miller in
Lane county and brought 25 cents a
pound . A Salem house is offering nlA
cents and an advance of 7 rents fur
picking and say they can pay 18 cents
for a choice article. Latest advice from
N. Y. quotes best Pacific at 21 to 22
AafiiniT with A MATTnrir Hunts
Dieckmanri was arrested on Friday 0
striking Y. O. Walker, a renter on his
claim, at 7:30 p. in with a maltock. No
damage was dune to Walaer except a
bruise on the arm with which he warded
oil the blow uf the mattock directed at
his head. According to Walker, Dieck
mann got excited because a man in his
employ by mistake got potatoes from
Dieckniaiin's patch. For this the latter
ordered the man off the place. Walker
said he shouldn t go. Then Dieckmann,
who had been told by Walker to get oui
of his house, got his maltock and
knocked Walker's door open and as
saulted him. Walker deprived the iras
cible Dieckmann of the mattock and
came to town to nave mm Hrresieu.
Diekmann was placed under 400 bonus
by Squire Fouls.
Milwaukib's New School. The en
terprising citizens of Milwaukie will lay
the corner stone of their new four-
roomed schonlhouse next b rulay after
noon at 5 p. in. The building is to
have all modern improvements, and
will cost 10000. The laying of the cor
ner stone will be made the occasion of
quite a celebration, as the first scnooi
in tins county ami tne nrsi scnooi uis
triet ere established in Milwaukie,
befre Portland was founded. The first
teacher there was Hector Campbell, und
Alfred Llewelling. who was one of the
pupils and married a daughter oi ms
teacher, will give a history of the
school, and Pruf. H. 8. Strange uf
this city will deliver the address, air.
and Mrs. Llewelling are the only pu
pils of the school now remaining in
C P. Winesktt is a practical under
taker. He is now making it a special
Lumness. He is also a practical em
balim r as all who have had bis services
can testily. lie keeps the most exten
sive stock nf caskets, cases and colfins
south ul Portland, and also a very fine
grade of cloth covered and metallic
work. The caskets and cofflns are
ready trimmed so that persons from a
distance cun.bo immediately accommo
dated. Prices to suit these hard, dull
times, for I will not be undersold.
Come ami see for yourselves when oc
casion requires. Same old place, next
door to Iloake's machine shop.
CP. VV INEBETT.
School Fund Apportionment. fhe
board of school land commissioners for
the s ate of Oregon at itsrettular meeting
in Salem Tuesday n.a le the annual dis
tribution of ti e inli rest a i-ung from Ihe
common school fund among the several
counties of the state. Clackamas county
ranks fourth with an apportionment of
15008, Willi 7240 children; Linn third
with .454 40 ;.nd 7?J2 children; Marion
second with $04211.70 and 9181 children;
Multnomah first with $15,922.1(0 and
22,747 children. Another distribution
will be made of the this fund on the
second Monday in December.
Fifth Stbeet Improvement. Con
tractor Lyons baa about 15 teams and
50 men at work at the upper end of the
street, where the hill is being removed
and the dirt therefrom dumped into the
canyon on the north aide of the street.
When it ia finished there will be no
curve around tne hill as now. Dan
Lynns, the contractor, Ih a resident uf
Oregon City, and has the only Urge
contract let to a citizen for public work
in this city thii year, both ihe new
s -bool building and the Main street
work was let to Portland parties
Or IstebbsT to Spurtsmew. W. H,
Hnrlbort, A. ti- P. A Lnion Pacific
Svstem. Portland, Or,, has ioat received
A llm IUii.. WITIIp I A N.l'e
whh ill ihe ctniHt liu 11 it I I'M. N"t"ii, 1 'I
thin film'H Hturlu'l mil hi nhout ,'l o'clm k
one m riilim In vnthur ithIi' ainl h n
firy aril veil tm ll.e niiiiiI, fllll y
the liilri, tiny I.. innl a liirifii m'li '
nie.l I y river lUheiinun fur 'Him 11.
Hlirii'lv MM iinil I' ey went no fnrlli' r.
The m i i-niiiiiiiiiil V lii'VH ml. 11 in 2
Ihikh p.np .icea, II Hinrirenii aiul uO ur
lOOtnliii. 1'nrl ul liu- fl-h
llllll hIii. will llllll I lid li"' Innl 1 '''
thiitiiiu f'r mime lime hikI llnu li ent
Ciii'ki.tv to Anim i s - h Ming h was
arre-le.l and tried before Ji slice Fouls
on WediiHaihiy for cruelly lo animals
was turned l-ams by the Jure, TI e
evidence nf the abuxu nf the
burse Ma uiiiliKpiiieil hut (lie jur., i v'
dentlv ihiiimht tliu Chinaman roiild
whip bia horse as much as he wanted
to, provided he left no anliHiiihlinl
bruiies ThH colored geli'l-iildil who
acted as compliiining winters was suit
to the "jug" for two weeks,
"In tiih Kuan iw of a Money Mon
archy," is the title nf a pamphlet nf UK)
pigesthnt should be in Ihe hands if
every one that desires to know all rides
of the contror'or-v ia to llm causes of
the "hard times.'1 It contain a mini
ber of important quotations, fuels and
figures bearing on the domicilii It gMit
t ntr of the country since the beginning
of the civil war. Kvery voter should
road it. Sold at 25 cents by W. K.
Junes, stationer, 201 Alder street, Port
cJawmill Bi'itNKb, On Monday even
ing Ihe sawmill of Charles Sel mid',
near Canby, was destroyed by fire be
sides a quantity of lumber. Loss shout
$4000. Fui innately, nearly 10.000 lies
which bud been cut at Ihe mill ha I
been hauled to the depot This is the
second time in almnt two years that
Mr. Schmidt's mill has been burned
down; notwithstanding, he intends to
Tub Xe o England Miujntine for Au
gust comes to the editor's table with an
enticing table of contents. The lllus
truilniin in this number ate beautifn'.
This is s ecially a magazine of New
Kiioland a id il seems that eveiy one ol
Itaaona n the West would read it an I
treasure it is j -y ills letter from his old
Hkiialu Offics Goes. The print
ing outfit of the defunct populist paper,
the Herald, will be sold at sheriff sale
on Saturday, September 2, to saiWy a
judgment for $137.70. in favor of V. A
Sefton and against C. C. Ross.
COUNTY COURT MINUTES.
An adjourned session uf the county
court was held on Tuesday, August 22d,
and the following biHiness transacted :
Report of J W Meldrmn on the cate
and keeping ol D B iyer and family, pau
pers, approved, and ordered that clerk
iHsue a warrent in favor of J W Melilnnn
for $92 lo puv for tickets and money fur
nished by him for contingent expenses.
Bids for bridgo acruss Johnson creek
at Milwaukie: C F Royal, deposit $(il.
Howe truss $1300, covered at $2 extra
per lineal foot, strain beam $1200; Pac
ific Bridge Co., deposit $200, combina
tion Pratt truss with cylinder piers
$1500, with pile piers $1200. Con.
tract awarded to Pacific Bridge Co ,
on their proposition for concrete iron
piers; K Scott appointed to super
intend said work.
Orderetl that a warrant be issued to
the sheriff for llie collection ol delinquent
taxes on mortgages for the year 1S01
from the person, firm or corporation
sg.dnst whom the same were levied
according to law. It was further
ordered Mint the sheriff prcpnra
and certify a list of the (Min
quent taxes for 1HU1 unpaid on the hinds
and determine as far as possible how
much of said tax is a valid levy.
The Last Game of the Season
On next Sunday afteruoou., there
win- bo- a - a;nnie of baseball be
tween the )regon City league tea n, and
the fire department boys, for the benefit
of the Oregon Cily players. The fire
department boys are practicing regular
every day and with the assistance
of Rockner, Fennimore, Rhodes and
Davey, a good game may be expected.
All the old favorites will he on deck:
. . . Reckner
. . catcher . . ,
Strand . ,
Harris. . .
n f Oreeman
Murphy r f Taylor
A prize of 5 will be given for the
man making the fastest time; second
prize $2.50. Also a prizj of $5 for the
longest throw. Turn out and help the
boys ; admission 25 cents
STATE MILITIA ENCAMPMENT.
Camp Compion Is a Thing of the Past
and the Boys In Blue are Now
The last days of Camp Compson were
clouded by the unfortunate accident,
with a fatal termination, which Deiel
Lieutenant Charles E. Nelson, of Co. A.
During the sham battle of Saturday
afternoon, Nelson, who wag with the
force which was attempting to capture
a battery, ran in front of his own men
as they' were about to fire, and was
wounded in the back by a gun wad.
He was immediately taken from the
field and cared for by the medical corps
under Dr. Macrum, nothing very serious
was apprehended. On the next day
however, he sank rapidly, and as the
camp did not ailord the oestot facilities,
he was taken on a special car to the
Good Samaritan huspital in Portland,
where he lingered for an Hour or two
and died. The post mortem developed
the fact that two of the lower vertiurae
were fractured by the force of the blow
and recovery would have been almost
impossible. Ihe renponmi.iiity win
probably never be fixed, although he
was somewhat reckless io running in
front of the squad while they were in
. t a : .. - -ru.. r. 1 ...:,l.
tne act Ol liriug. mc luuern., nun
military honors, took olaco on Wednes
day, the interment being in Line Fir
Outside ol this, hie at the camp went
on as usual. There were the visits from
the dignitaries, of Portland, Oregon City
and Vancuuver, the diversion nf evading
the guard in the small hours of the
night, and the customary drills to pass
away the time. Many visited the camp
in ihe evening and listened with pleas
ure to the concerts giveu by the military
band, and on Saturday evening the
Boyer Glee Club, of Portland, rendered
several selections in front of the officers
The death of Lieutenant Nelson put a
check to the festivities which were to
have enlivened the last day or two, and
hastened the departure of the regiment.
The companies Irom the 2nd regiment
left on Sunday and by Monday afternoon
Camp Compson was a thing of the past.
A Noted Minstrel.
M.T. Skiff, formerly business mana
ger for W, J. Scanlan, the Irish Come
linn, sniftered with rheumatism for years
without relief until tie Dougm a uottie
of Drommond'i Lightning Remedy. I wo , (enCe, J5 acres m first class cultivation
bottle made a well man of him. There j ,nj jjq ,,(.res signed and in clover. All
are a thousand remedies for rheuuia eVP dti.l : no rocks; a good well of
tism, bnt none have received the un-! jvjn -ier. Wated one-half mile
solicited testimonials from prominent ; froro Mulino P. O. A good box house,
people as shown by Druminond's Light-; pri,.e fi-j.V) cash. Immediate posses
ning Kemedy. Ask yoor driggist for it, gjon can le given. A ply to
or send to the Drammond Medicine Co,, (j j. Howard, Mulino, Oregon.
UroQ Maiden Lane, e lork. Agen t
Instruction books for pianos, organs
and all string instruments at hurmeia-
Mrs. J. II. IIoiisNYDEn, 152 Pacific
Ave., Suiita Crust, Oil., writes:
" When a girl at school, In Reading,
Ohio, I had severe attack of brain
fever. On my recovery, I found myself
perfectly bald, and, fur a long time, I
feared I should be permanently so.
Friends urged mo to use Ayer'i Hair
Vigor, and, on doing to, my hair
Began to Grow,
and I now liavo as fine a head of hair as
one could wish for, being changed, how
ever, from blonde to durk brown."
" After a fit of sickness, my hair came
out in conibfulls. I used two bottles of
Ayer's Hair Vigor
and now my hair is over a yard long
and very full and heavy, I have recom
mended this preparation to others with
like good effect." Mrs. Sidney Carr,
14C0 Reglaa St., Ilarrlsbiirg, Pa.
"I have used Ayer's Ilalr Vigor for
several years and always obtained satis
factory results. I know It is the best
preparation for the lml r that Is made"
C. T. Arnett, Mammoth Spring, Ark.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mess.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS.
Mr. Ferg'.is'ou of N?w Era is building
a new burn.
Harvest picnic lu Meinig's park, Sandy,
Miss Corn Harding returned from
Colorado lust week.
Mrs. Goodfellow is quite sick at her
renidence on the west side.
Mr. Cooke will build a house and
barn for Mr. Root, of Beaver creek.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Slailen moved to
their Gladstone residenco on Tuesday.
Mrs. Rinohart Braal: and children
are visiting at the farm of John Ded
uian L. A. Nobel and f;iiuily and the fam
ily nf A. VV. Schwau returned from the
Rev. G. Wm. Giboney has returned
fruiu his vacation and will occupy his
pulpit next Siiiuluy.
Dr. Goucher has sold 80 acres nf hind
be owned adjoining Sintoti Payne's for
$2250 to Mr. Cooper.
The ball game Sunday resulted in a
victory for the league- team ; the scoie
stood, league 11, firemen li.
The woolen mill now pays its hands
in time checks title half in 30 and half in
00 days Irom date of issue.
The wheat farmer of Clackan as
county cannot make anything with the
price at 54 cents a bushel.
Frank Louis will start for the East
next Sunday. IIu will visit li 8 uld
home and also taken in tho Chicago
J. E. Day, pronr'n tor of the Woidhurn
City Fiiday last.' They were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Strange.
Marriage licensu granted to Neltie
Tiionnis and Levy Rigijs o i the 22d;
to Albert) nu Huffman and Adalbert
Asehenbrenner on the 21st.
Squire Fouls united in marriage on
.Monday at 8:30, at the residence oloi
Crumbley, L. W. Bunner and E. M.
Rceder, both of Multnomah county.
The newschool house in Osweg'i will
be finished by September 1. H. T.
Evans, formerally principal of Oswego
school, will teach the Beaver Creek
ncliool the ensuing term.
Prof. II A. Shorey will occupy the
pulpit of the Congregational church
again next Sunday morning. The young
people will give ouo of their entertain
ing services in the evening.
Mm. J. II. Durnall, a pioneer uf 18l!5,
died a few days ago at her homo near
Mulino, aged 87- She and her husband
were the first white couple to be mar
ried in Madison county, Kentucky.
Will H. Wilton, a young man, who
was working un the west side, met
wilh quite a serious accident while
holding a scraper, on Monday- The
scraper struck a root Biid hit him,
breaking his collarbone.
Mrs. James Athey, of this city, wl.o
was very ill from asihinu a short time
ago, is now at the home of her daiti-'liter,
Mrs. H. B Holland, of Salem. She is
rapidly recovering, according to the
Stitemw, and is" getting along very
well considering her advanced age.
A Spiritualist society was formed at
Canby on Sunday composed of 21 mem
bers, with Ihe following officers: Presi
dent, II. A. Lee; vice-president, Vrs
C. M . Phillips ; recording secretary. Miss
Hat tie Phillips; treasurer, Miss Elvira
Lee. The society assembles on the
first and third Sundays uf the nioiilh.
Hon Geo. C. Brownell returned ftom
Washington on Thursday last with a
patent from the general land ollice, con
vevini; to the Portland General Electric
Company the three islands in Ihe Wil
lamette river just auoye nie iuiib, a cer
tificate for one of which was issued to
Aurie W. Draper, wife of John W,
Draper, about a year ago. The title to
these submerged islands involves the
ownership of the water power.
Eiuhtv acres of fine farm land, mostly
bottom, on Woodcock cr -ek, Clackamas
cutintv. two miles from Meadow Ilrook
postotfice. Three acres cleared . 12 acres
slashed ; good house 21x30. Price $W)0,
uf which $500 must be paid dowi , bal
ance two years' liiim. For further par
ticulars call at Col'itiKit ollice or address
me at Vancouver, Wash.
Mitt. Anna Tavi.uk.
TO TAXPAYERS I
Purries hnldinir niottuai'es in this!
county, who have not yet paid the taxes j
till the same, will pieaxe connioer nun
notice tlist, unless they come in anu
settle at a very early date, 1 shall levy
on their property to satisfy the si me.
Timely attention to this notice win save
you trouble and further co-ts. Don't
"jelay. C. W. Gaxuso,
Sheriff "f Clackamas county. Or ,
liy K. C. Hackett, Deputy.
Dated August litis. 1.
Fine Farm for Sale Cheap
Pt.raale. a farm nf (il acres, under
I Rnrmw.ter A Andresen always keep;
j on hand a varied stock of violins, as well j
itlio extias. .
4 , I
I Riparw Tabulca cure const ipat ion.
BABLOW, - - OBEGOIT,
ns the largest and Most Complete Stock of
H ii Clackamas County.
DEALERS IN HOP CLOTH, KILN CLOTH, SULPHUR AND EVERY
THING PERTAINING TO THE HOP INDUSTRY.
Goods Scltl on a STRICTLY CASH Basis Only. Highest Price Paid for Country Produce.
Grand Picnic, Sept. 8,
AT SANDY, 1
IF. A.. MBIITIG'S PARK.
Dancing on I'l.'itform in Afternoon. Grand 15all in Hall at Night.
Rcfrcsh rents of all kinds convenient. Circle swinging day and night.
1 1. H. CllASE, l'residi nt of the Day, J. C. DltADl.KV, Grand Marshal.
TICKETS, for Dancing on l'latform, 50 cen's; for Ball in Wall, in
cluding Supper, $1.23. F. A. MEINIG & SONS, Proprietors.
Prol. G. 1,. KASTIIAM, of 88 Kast Morrison 8t., Portland, Or., will be present
and bu prepared to inako photographs of all kinds.
Prescriptions carefully compounded t'.t
tt. A. Ilardinif's drill! store.
L. P. Fisher, Newspaper Advertising
Ajjcnt 21 .Merchants' KxchatiKe, San
Francisco is uur authorized attent. This
paper is kept on tile in his ollice.
For j ib printing to to the Col' 11
LAtrvKits' Bkikks and KuLDEHS printed
at the CouitiKii ollice.
Wond taken on sub'criplion at Corn
mil ollice. Hrini: it in summer lime.
The Mulino roller mill Is now in firf.t
class order for Ihe accommodation of
customers. First-claes work guaranteed.
If von iire in want of a piano, call on
Buimeister A Andreson before buying
and examine the celebrated Watdibiirn,
an instrument firmly built, rich in tone,
ul ii)(lit action and highly finished.
Twenty pounds uf wool are snllicieiit
to make a tfootl mattress. Anybody
having that amount to spare ought to
give liellomy A litisch the order of mak
ing a irood wool mattress. Charges fur
lick and labor surprisingly low.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS-
A R Stephens to Saruli J Stevens, 1)3
as of sec 3, 1 4 . r 2e; 2000.
Julia A Minnpowor to Clackamas
countv, right nf way for road in t 2 s, r
Mary J Dicken to Clackamas county,
rhrlit of wav. t 2 s. r 2 e; 1.
J B Labe'r to Thomas J Murphy, 0 as
nf llrr.i-lt clililll. EeC 22. t 1 S. r 1 B 1 UXI.
Ueo R Detlman to Clara 8 Dedman,
quitdlaiin to tract K. UlacKiimus uiver
Abraham' liter fo E S'ltailway "Co"
right of way through land in sees 1 oi 2,
Crow claim, t 2 s, r 1 e; f l.
Otegon Crop-Weather Report.
The temperature in western Orog n
during Ihe past week was about two
degrees heluw tho normal. Uloinly
weather invaiiahly prevailuii in tho
mornings and l he afternoons were clear
and warm. The sunsliii.e was below
the normal. Nu rain ociirred. hut the
cloudy, cool mornings counteracted the
effect'of the dry weather of the after
noons and proved beneficial lo grass and
pastures; at the same time assisting the
work of harvesting and threshing.
Smoke from forest tires has been no
ticuhle in the Willamette valley all the
week and at times it was quite dense.
Haying is practically over in the
coast districts. It is cured well and bus
been Loused fur winter use. Harvest
ing and threshing is progressing, more
advitncod in the coast districts than in
other sections. Threshing reveals a
yield of r.boiit live bushels per ucre less
than was anticipated in southern sec
lions, while in no them sections and in
the Willamette valley more favorable
results ure shown. In the Willamette
valley the yield varies fr. in 2:1 to DO
bushels per acre us is plmwn from
thresher repcrts. Forty bushels per
acre is the highest reported. Gals are
making a fine growth. Karly spring
wheat is being harvested, with nros
pects fur a litdit yield. Owing to the
l.it'.'1'.ens of thesta-ioii Ihe com crop is
in a doubtful condition, continual warm
weather is necessary to bting it to nut
turily. early frosts would make it a fui'
ure. The potato crop has stood tl e
dry reason well ; it will be u heavy
crop in southern and const sections,
while in central counties and northern
sections tlryness is compluined uf,
which cause tin in to dwarf and in sec
tions to spot. Favorable repoils have
been received regarding the hop crop in
nil stctions uf the stale; thoruuru less
insects than in former ve.irs mid the
burrs are thickly set. Fruit continues
to fall In some sections, owing to the
evil effects of the co.llin moth; the
damage is irwre noticiihle in southern
counties. F ruit is coming into market
more plentifully. Apples, which will
average Ihree qiiarters nf crop, are
ripening rapidly and are being shipped
lolCaslern and Southern markets Prunes
and plums will mature a full crop
Free-tone peaches nr" becoming plenti
ful in murkit. Watermelons me
ritidy for shipment for neighboring
The following is a list of letters re
maining in the poslnfliceHt Oregon Cily,
Aug 24. 18!:t:
Baker, Mrs M A ISnrkell, (i
Heebe, Hire in liaker, Miss It.-ll
Burns, T F 2 liurhart, Miss II
Clark, Kason, Ilavi. Miss Sarah E
Ford, diss F'eichtiiige. M ith
Greene, Geo J Griffin, K Heuitt
(iingras, Frank E (ilanvill. Miss Klla
liurllmrt.Mrsllattie Hide, II
Jones, John C
Kentner, Mrs E
Linn, J W
Larson, L J
Owens, Mrs C'lius
Wvman. A J
Jones, John & Co
Lee, J T
Richardson, II J
Taylor, Mis Dora
WickhiT. J li
f-eclion Xo 4
Whrn railing for lliwe letters please
say "advertised, fc. -!. Kaxds, v. i.
Uipa-is Tabule cure li ver trouble.
Geo. C. Hrowncll of Oregon City
WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY.
Your Noliihliors ami Fellow Cllltens
Wlio llnvo Tried II.
Mr. M. Quinn of Oregon Cily nivs:
"I WU8 laid up with n severe attack of
inllammatory rheumatism In a most
acute form. Three applications of the
famous .Seaweed Kemedy entirely cured
Mrs. Geo. Itetldawy, Monroe street,
says: "It is worth its weight in gold for
Mrs. Charles, Seventh street, says:
"My boy's right leg was paralyzed from
his hip down, so that he was unable to
put his foot to the ground for over twelve
months. After using three bottles of
Mr. Ilargreaves' Seaweed Remedy he
can run around without his sticks."
Mrs. Watts, Jell'urson struct, says:
"1 was nompletel) cured of a severe at
tack of muscular rheumatism by three
applications of the Seaweed Remedy."
Sold by G. 10 Haikiiikavks, S. Madison
street, and nt Thayer & Alden's ollice,
The success of Mrs. Annie M. Benin,
of McKecport, Pennsylvania, In Ihe
treatment ol diurrhtea in her children
will undoubtedly bu of interest to many
mothers. She says: ''1 spent several
weeks in Joustown, Pa , nfter the great
Hood, on account of my husband being
employed there. Wo hud severul
children with us, two of whom took the
diarrhtcft very badly. I got some nf
Chamberlain's Colic", Cholera and Di
arrheal Remedy from Rev. Mr. Chap
man. It cured both uf thuni. I knew
of Beveral ulher cases where It was
equally successful. I think it cannot
be excelled and chuerlully recommend
it." 23 and fill cent bottles for sale by
vieo. a. liuruing.
Oregon City Market Report.
Whkat Peruu '4 . bulk without sacks
Oats -4:ic $ bushel, with sacks.
Fi.our - Holler :i CO per bbi, net
Buttkb 40ja roll,
CiticKBNs -4 a doson
Bkkf On foot:i(iJao; tlrcssctl 6c
SHtNO).ii8-2 ISf thousand.
Laid 12)o V pound.
IIidks Oreon,3o; dry. OjJ.o V lb; ,ne-thlrd oB
oreulled. Sheep pelts, 2Vd30o
Hay Timothy, (14 baled; clover SI!
Dkied KauiTs Prunes 10c; apples 8luo
Mux Kkbd Shorts $!l .TO, llrnii fls.jO; Chop
hi; it Jtt tc at wheat, to eeiils $ ba
Pork Hides lie, shoulders Uo, hams llio;
on foot : dressed 7e.
Potatoes 7'u bu new; onions Y 'sck
PJpi'.lls Tabtiics cure bill uisness.
liipar.s Tubules assist digestion.
A REMEDY FOR CHILDREN.
When a child at home, mother made me tako a tea-
apouiil'ul of on. oi ayriip at night, tho neit mui-muff
myt-o.ri.hrin. doriq. For Croup It lind no equal.
Id v .tt i ii-r upon having Pr. Uunn'a Onion
pVrt, , '( ii i,t.- pv-pfirort, more plcanant
nU w.:& j:.. W i- lu-U of tiio ooiooa. Sold at Ado.
Chiirinun A Co, PruRt'lsti
' ONLY 0 HE
FOR A DOSE
IS YOUR STOMACH SOUR,
Breath bad or Head aching P One of theae pills ra
lievea dtatr(aa In the atoniarh and curee headacn.
one each night for a week aweetena the stomach ar.d
purlflre the breath. They Inaure perfect digf-allon,
regulate the bowela and oure eonat'patloii. 7 hey
met pi omplly, yet mildly, nnvrr gripe or mcken. 16o
Irugglata or mail. Uoianko Mtd. Co., fbiJa., Ta.
Charm an k Co, Driigiflsta
irnrix r;Lr.3 i.t br montur
liu) Mtr-piiii.ki.o!.!!. tut jiiau itcliltif
f.i '.vitrei. Tlim fottfi ui.d BLIND.
. .uDVSJ or sVattOX: JDIMii
ytl ' LD A TO : t li TO
tl. B0 SAN-K0'8 PILE REMEDY,
wht-h direotlr on parta affnoted,
abvrtf turn ira, ,Uy,thing.eiTiw1lng
a p;r.i.an'lriire. Ptif-t 1VV). Xmigg1t
OrioAti, Dr. sUoMQko.I'hiladalphik.fa,
Chmrman St Co. Dniggliiti
Oregon City Transportation Co's
Altona and Ramona,
TIME TAItf.K OKKOOX CITV IJOATK.
i f ir ;r nr -
F'K.t Taylor St. Kout "III SI.
::W A. M. Oi.'IOa.m.
12:00 ji. 12:00 m.
2 :W p. ji . 2 :.'Ml p. u.
l:fflf.. 4::i0p. n.
H:00 p. M. C;.!0 p. V.
8:00 A.M. OOa.M.
ll:fi0A. n. 2:110 p.m.
a :30 p. M. 5 :00 P.
No way landings.
In effect April 2th, 1H!)3.
Our Boots and Shoes, in All Styles,
Cannot be stir asscd in quality or price. Try us and be convinced
Call and examine our fine &nd varied stock of STRAW Hats anrl
Modish Spring and Summer Clothing.
We have an excellent supply of
Thos. Charman & Son.
KEJLLOMY & BTTJSCIHL
Are manufacturing them and keep
cannot be excelled in elegance, durability and low rices. Our mat
tresses are well made up and are exactly as represented. Country
dealers will do well to get our wholesale prices.
15 OC Soda or Rice; 6 Pounds Beans or Rolled Oats; 7
spools Tnread; 8 Founds cat Steel 8 Fenny Nailr.
tt0 Dress Braid; Boys' Straw Hats; 12 Lead Pencils; Ink;
25 Envelopes; 2 Papers Pins; 5 Oranges.
Culloo-lS YarilH for 1.00. 8ATKKN8.
Arrived Pure Ground Spices, Half Price
Tit AD Fl FOR rRODUCK,
llamiltou & Allen, -
C. D. & D. C. LATOURETTE,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS
OFFICE, REAR OF COMMERCIAL BANK.
Oregon Cily, Oregon. .
Geo. C. Bkownell.
A. S. Dressir.
Brownell & Dresser,
Attorneys at Law,
Office One Dour North CaufleUI & Hunt-
ley'i D (ih
OREGON CITY, , OREGON.
W. Cahey Joiinbon. I'. M. IDI.EUAN
Johnson & Idlcnian,
CORNER FOURTH AND MAIN STREETS,
Oregon City, Oregon.
Real Estate To Sell and Money To Lend
L. It. JANiNEY,
Lawyer and Notary Public.
OFnfK Next Dooii to Huntley'b
ORK'JON CITY, OREGON.
Noblitt Livery and Sale Stable
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
On the Street between the Bridge and the
Double and simile rlcs sn.l ss.l.lle lmrscs ai
wavs on liaud at the lowest rules, anil acorra.
also connecleil with Hit bsru lor looso stock
Any Information rcKar.lliiK any kind of stock
pionintlyalU-ndod lo by letter or person.
HOKNK8 ItOUOIIT OH SOLU
H. B. MAY,
Carpenter and lluilder.
STOKES AND OFFICKS FITTED Vr.
Slnir Bnildinu and Jobbing. ReairitiK
a Sppcialty . Eslimuteii Made.
Box 317, OREGON CITY, OREGON.
L. M. ANDREWS M. D.
Drags, Notions, Perfnmerles,
Toilut Articles, 'c.
Prcicrlpllons Car, fully Compounded.
Cor. of 7th & Muiliumi St., Orrson City.
OREGON CITY JOBBING SHOP
ALL KINDS OF
And General Jobbing to Order.
Sewer and Water Connections
Made at the Mrat Reasonable Rates. AT
Work Is done with a view to lat and satisfy al
concerned. Hliop on 7tb btreet, near Depot,
A. W. 8CIIWAN, PROP.
GEO. A. HARDING,
Standard Pat. Medicines.
Paints, Oils and Window ilass.
PTturripdixu Ammtrlf Campoumdrd
WALL PAPER, rich in delicate
a full stock on hand. Our couches)
.- -. Oregon City.
The Commercial Bank
OF OREGON CITY.
CAPITAL f 100,000.
Transacts a General Banking BusIrssps
ttaiia uia.io. sins uisuouniea. stales cot
lections. Buys and sells eiehange on all poln
In the United States and Europe and on Uoug
wiik. uuiHHuu, receiveu suujeci io cneca, lit
terest at usual tales allowed or lime deposits.
Bank open from 9 A.M. to 4 P. II.; Haturdaf
evenings Irom 6 IIU 7 P.M.
D. C. LATOURETTE, F. K. DONALDSON,
Oun and Locksmith,
Adjoining the Noblitt Stable,
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
All kinds of Firearms repaired .id cleaned. All kln.lt
of small mncliluus rejiaired. Duplicate ksjra
made fur all kinds uf lucks, tiunsaml
l'htols bought and sold. .
If you want a FIRST-CLASS
I'HOTOGRAPH call on him at
hia Old Htand, opposite Farr's
Nolhlnn but FIRST-CLASS WORK Dona
and Promptly Delivered.
Bank of Oregon City.
OLDEST BANKING IIOl'BE IN Till CITV
Paid I p Capital, 150,000.
Geo. A. Hardiko
E. O. Caufulo)
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Deposits Received Hubject to Check.
Approved Hills and Notes Discounted.
Countv and City Warrants Bought.
Loans Made on Available Security.
Exchange Bought and Hold.
Collections Made Promptly.
Drafts Hold Available lu Aiit Part ol tha
Telegraphic Exchange Sold on Portland, SOB
Francisco, Chicago and New York.
interest raid on Time Depoalla.
sub aqints or
THE LONDON CHEQUE BANK.
Disease l'reventatlve or Blool
The followins are a few of the manv
teRlimonials vouching for the ellicacjr
of this vrpAt remedy:
Oreoon Otv, April 0, 18tJ.
A. II. Finnigun. Dear Sir: I bavsj
used your Disease Preventative or
Champion Ulood Purifier and given It a
thorough trial and deem it all that it I 9
represented lo be. I used it special!
for treat inn some skin eruption or li til
watery lumps that appeared on a horse 9
neck and shoulders. After nsing abot 4
half a package of yourpowdei tlielumc t
cnmpletei disappeared and left )Ji
skin as clear and smooth aa velvet.
a blood purifier 1 have never yet met ill
equal, therefore I take great pleasure ta
recommending it t.i all horse owned.
Yours respectfully, V.
Okeoom City, April 26 180S.
A. II. Finmgan. Dear Kir: I haft
used vonr Disease Preventative or
Champion Blood Purifier on a mare sof
lertnie from some skin disease and aria
ary trouble. Less than one package
cured her completely, in (act. made a)
new mare of her. As) a blood purifier,
I have never used its equal, and bdloff
guaranteed free from arsenic, copperas,
etc., I consider il doubly valuable and
would strongly recommend its use by
all horwowners and breeders.
Yours very truly, Fred PM.stES.
Prepared only by
A. H. Finnigan, Oregon City. Cr.
For Sals by A. N. Maatev at hia .lea ta
I Pertlaa Httet.