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HOME AND VICINITY
WAU TO Till". Hll.T,
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St. Paul's clmrvh In this city is one of
the oldest parishes in the state, and en
rolled on its membership aie number
f the oldest and most highly rojHi-lol
citiaen ot Oregon. Troubles eonimcen
red Home time More the last annual
meeting, whon Htshop Morris was re
quested to lemove Rev Donaldson from
hia position a missionary in charge, by
a majoiity vf ttio leading members, lint
the bishop paid no attontion to their
appeal, not- has he been near !hc church
eince the dilticoltie begun, and as
consequence many ot the Wiling and
beat memheia of the parish have re
tnaineil away. The aeeites that have
been enacted of late in conavouenee of '
the churv'h trouble are disra-dil in the
extreme. To an outsider it would ap
pear that Rev. lVnaldson, as well as
the bishop, are to blame to a great
extent for allowing matters to reach
audi a stage. Kven if the majority of
he congregation were all in the wrong,
and the minister in the right, it would
be a matter, of christian policy for him
to select another new 01 labor, it bv so
doing harmony could be restored in the
Two sets of wardens and vestrymen
have b-en elected, and both are making
a fight for supremacy, tlie opposition to
the minister being in the majority, who
recently took possession of the church
and placed new lock on the doors, and
eent a messenger to the minister inform
ing him that the wardens would open
the church for all services. But when
the carpenter went to the church to do
ome work on the doors, Rev. IVnald
son ordered him out, and applied for
a warrant for his arrest, and when told
that he would have to put up costs,
gave up the idea, and asked his attorney
if he would be justified in shooting any
one who trespassed by entering the
hurch without his permission, who
applied in (tie atiumaltve. The vestry
of the opposition to the minister have
retained Uistnct Attorney McBiide and
Hon. H E Cross as their attorneys, and
the battle for supremacy still rages
Rev. Donaldson was "given ten davs
to vacate the rectory, hut he still holds
the fort. The troubles assumed a
serious nature this week when the
vestry sent a carpenter to put new locks
and padlocks on the doors and oidered
thein locked. They also had the clap
per and lope lemoved irom the bell,
so that it could not he used to call
services except as the vestry ordered
Jiev, IVmaidson came in about this
time and refused to leave the church so
that Mr Fiance could lock the building,
but the door was lo. ked, .Mr. France
carrying away the keys in hi rocket
"When Kev. lonalcson found thut he
was locsed in, armed himself with a
club and ascended into the belfrv, and
begun pounding the bell with a club.
A larve crowd soon gathered in front of
the church, when the door was opened,
and a lively little fight oecured between
vestrymen France and Glasspool on one
side and Rev. Donaldson and wife on
the. other. Mrs. Donaldson is said to
have ? urished a hammer in close
proximity to her enemies heads, but
the others were not armed with iron bars
as mentioned in Wednesday's Oxon
ian. Mrs. Donaldson had warrants
issued for the arrest of vestrymen Glass
pool and France for assault a'nd battery,
claiming that she received some severe
injuries and a partially dislocated
shoulder. Other arrests are thieatened,
and the trial of Messrs. Hlasspnol and
France has been get for 18th of May.
The latest event in the church troll-1
bleisthe arrest of Mr. Ed. Wniflock,
for using abusive language to Mr. H. I..
Kelly and another memiier of the vestry,
on the streets. He was arrested Wed
nesday and the case has been postponed
until Saturday. This is the first anest
made of the party who are defending
Oregon ('ily Wins the First Kiiuieor
The Oregon City, jr. Vase ball club
went to iMist rortiamt last Sutidav and
plajed the Stephen addition nine
Alter a closely contested game thev
came out victorious by a score of ltl to
13 as tolliiws:
12 8 4 5 0 7 8 (I innings,
00-0 0 2 .1 4 3 1 0 310
5 P-2 110 2 0 10 013
lh Oregon lity boys have made a
good start for the season, ami are in it to
win. I hey will play the Oswego's next
Sunday on their own ground. There
win be some Ittie playing, and everybody
siiouid go to tiswogo and see, the game.
For the benefit of voteri who have
any doubts as to what wards they are
resident of. Section 4, of the amended
charter is given to enlighten them : The
first want Includes all that portion of the
city Iving and being south of the follow
ing describe! line, to-wit: Commenc
ing at the center of Kleventh street, at
the Willamette River and running thence
easterly to the ititeree!lon of said
Kleventh street with Center street, and
thence southerly along Center street to
F.ighth ; thence' easterly along Fighth to
the boundary line of the city. Ward Mo.
2 shall comprise all that portion of the
ei'y hint north and east of said above de
Ken Hogan Coming.
Ben Hogan, of world wide fame, who
has recently given several entertain
ments and lectures in Portland, and very
highly spoken of by the Oregonian, is at
last coming to Oregon Ci'v to entertain
and instruct the people with hi Sterop
ticod Lecture, entitled. "Around the
World with Hogan." In this entertain
ment Mr. Hogan uses the strung oiy
hydrogen light and powerful ten with
which he throws his picture on large
canvas. Starting with a glimpse of New
Yort City, he crosse the ocean, showing
the ship in a storm. London in all its
glory, the Emerald Isle and it attrac
tions, Paris with its cathedrals, statues,
pa-ks and courts; Berlin, Moscow, St
Augustine's castle. Scenes in Switserland
and Italy, with Mt. Vesuvius in course
of eruption ; ami then passes on to the
Holy Land. This entertainment is to
he at the Methodist church n Monday
evening. May 11th, under the auspices
and for the benefit of the Methodist and
Congregational churches of thiseitv.
Admission 25 eta. Children 10 eta.
RAISE tIuT FLAG.
Harrison aud Party Com.
Brief rriigrnili of a Local nnd Men.
I.m.ehc at all hours
City Lunch Counter,
Mr. V K, Mack, of Canhy,
vregonv ity Wednesday,
Ptire Willmit Mineral water on
draught at K. U. Caulloid'a, 5 i ts a glass.
oi iter a
All who ileaite aeopv of next
Fni kkckisis should send In their
The Willamette Silver
probably give their excursion
l ol. Sidney IVII, now ot Nehalem
was in Oregon City yesterday on legal
cent each at
ote. order and kuu Ii.k.L-.. u ..ii
iKHiiid ami on good paper at the lowest
pnevs hi una ouice.
VK IlKHK. Are VOI1 In, I., Kiel 111 Vlu
Ueekartf Then please call and stttl'e
now lor we i.eeu ui money .
Ki.v A IUckast
11 mat correspondent at Carna ill
wmi in ni name, in item will here
after receive due attention.
Mr. Jacob Wills, of WilLhuro OHM tiff
nie sturdy pioneers ol Oregon, and
highly respected citisen,
died last Mon-
Samuel l 1'utiuan, resideiit of the
laiuoroia state liheral Union, will
lecture at Pope' hail, next Sunday at
a p. in.
Major I barman and wife, both of
wuom nave been, con lined to their resi
dence for several days, are considerably
Pie .silr nt
SODAY SCHOOL CON VENTION'.
A Large Attendance and an Interest
The Clackamas county Sunday school
convention convene! a, the Methodist
church in this city on Thursday April
16, and the session lasted two days.
Rev. 0. W. Lncas opened the 'service
with a prayer Thursday evening, and
was followed with an address by Rev.
J. Hoberg, of McMinville, president of
the State Sunday School Association.
Friday morning's session was opened
by Rev. John Parsons, with prayer and
scripture reading The following
officers were elected : Richard Har
graves, president; G. H. Bestow and
Mrs. John Wilkinson, vice-presidents;
Eunice Donaldson, treasurer; E. C.
Beebe, secretary, and C H. Dye, Geo.
Randall and August Mathesoh, were
selected as executive committee. Rev.
U. W. Gibeney, J. Parsons and C. H.
Dye were elected delegates to the state
Sunday school convention which con
venes at Eugene, May 19 20 and 21.
Friday evening's exercises were
opened by C. H. Curtis, the Congregati
onal organizer of Sunday schools, and
interesting discussions and papers were
had bv Rev. J. Hoberg, C. H. Curtis,
E. C.'Wheeler, II . P. Webb, and C.
II. Dye, Mrs. L. C. Driggs and Mrs. E.
C. Wheeler. Reports from several of
the Sunday schools in the county were
reaa. l ne convention was a great sue
cess in everv wav.
The president and party are coming.
They will be here Tuesday about 11
o ciock, a M., it there is no preventing
providence. They were invited bv the
boaid of trade committee. Hon. J. T.
Apperson, 11. h. Cross and Mavor
Kyan to stoptoff in this city and make
the trip to Portland by boat per steamer
Altona. But Mr. Boyd, manager of the
pa ty, telegraphed a reply Wednesday
morning with regrets, stating that such
an arrangement was impossible; that
they could only halt the train hre tor
about ten minutes. The committee ask
everybody to take a brief holiday and as
sist o receive the president nextTues
dav The president does not come to
Oregon City every day in the vear, and
we should show a little patriotism bv
cming out on that occasion The Will
amette cornet band has been engaged fur
the occasion, and the committee will
prevail on Company F to appear in full
uniform. A floral committee of ladies
will likely be appointed, and the school
cliildien march out in a body, its they
have done h!1 aloni! the route.
The streets in the vicinity of the depot
should be cleaned up and the depot
building appropriately decorated
Every one is requested to pnt their
shoulder to the wheel and assist in mak.
ng this a creditable reception.
KNOCKS TH KIP OUT.
Prescriptions That Will Cure the His.
ease as Well as Prevent It.
air. ueorge iiroughtou I now
tog trom up the river, where he h
some camp, and hi mill i running
most of the time.
During the absence of Mr. P. I.eMa
hieu, Miss Charlotla Baird has editorial
charge of The Courier, and is proving
very successful in hereffbita.
Mr. E Corey, ot Currinsville, was in
Oregon City yesterday. He states that
a new postotlice will soon be estau-
Itslied in that vicinity, called Salmon.
The steamer Latona broke a shaft las!
Thursday by coining in contact with
some logs. The Altona will make the
reg'ilar Hips until the Latona is re
paired. The O. C. N. S. club wilT give the last
ball of the season at the 'aMnorv , on
Wednesday evening. No pains will te
spared to make it the all'air ol the season.
OVER 15,000 MANUSCRIPTS.
Sent to One Magazine, of Which Not
200 Were Accepted.
Mr. Bok, the editor of The Ladies
Home Journal, recently gave some inter
esting figures relative to the manuscripts
received by his niaeazine during 1890.
Owing to its departments and peculiar
character, the Journal probably receives
more manuscripts than any magazine
published. Mr. Bok says that lie re
ceived at his office a total" number of 15,
205, manuscripts. Of these, 2,280 were
poems; 1,746 stories and 11,179 miscel
laneous articles. Of the poems, 66 were
accepted : of the stories, only 21, and of
the articles 410, of which latter, how
ever, over 300 were solicited articles.
Thus, it will be seen that of the entire
15,000 manuscripts only 497 were ac
cepted, a trifle over three per cent.
Deducting from this the 300 accepted at-
tides written at the editor's solicita
tion, the net percentage of unsolicited
manuscripts accepted is brought down
to 187, or a little more than one per
cent. S'atistics such as these show how
much utter trash is bftinjj written, and
the number of persons" writing who
ought to be employing their time at
Bomething else and better.
Mr. John A. Haylock, of New Era,
has clipped the following from the Salem
Statesman, sent the s.tme to this office
"Brown Williams, M. D., in the Pitts
burg Post, gives the following cure and
preventive for la grippe.
Allow me to respectfully sav to the
medical profession that I have found
the following to be safe and satisfactory
cure of la grippe. It has relieved the
virulent symptoms of the worst cases.
as aching of the head, back bone, and
pain of the muscles, etc., in from two to
five hours: Chloroform, one drahm ;
pulverized white sugar, one drachm:
tincture of pleurisy root, one drachm;
tincture of gelsemium, one drachm;
bromide of potash one and one-half
drachms; mix. Take one teaspoonful in
a wine glassful or more of hot water
everyone or two hours antil the viru
lence of the symptoms abate; then
give it every three or four hours if
needed, to quiet the restlessness, etc.
To promote convalescense give twenty
or thirty drops of aromatic spirits of
ammonia in a wineglassful or more of
hot water and Sugar, adding a little
whisky if needed every four hours, and
two grains of quinine twChours after.
and so turn about with thpse two rxedi
icines as may be necessary
Pneurrionia is generally prevented by
the first prescription, but if its svmii
toms should occur two or three drops of
verratrin viradic with the one-twelfth of
a grain of sulphate morphia in water
should be given instead of the quinine
as long as may be necessary to arrest
the symptoms, with such local applica
tions over the lungs a may be indi
To prevent taking the grip take this
prescription: Napthaline, one drachm:
menthol, one-half drachm; alcohol,
six drachms; chloroform, two drachms;
mix. Keep corked closely when not
using. Breathe the vapor from the
phial np the nostril and by the mouth
several times, or occasionally during
the day or night This has prevented
the disease in all cases in which it has
An entertainment will be given for
the benefit of the First Congregational
church at Tualatin, Oregon, on Saturday
evening. A splendid program has been
Charman Bros, are fitting up another
room for the U, S. land otlice, which
takes in a portion of the hallway. The
increasing business of the laud uVlice de
mand more room.
Anv one having old stoves that they
desire to exchange for new ones, should
go to Bellumy's second hand store, oppo-
-,t I.I....L It . : . :.. .
biiu viiuiiiiau uiucK, no is jusi receiv
ing a new shipment of goods.
The republicans of Oregon Citv will
h.ild their caucus to nominate' city
oincers, including lour councilmen from
each ward this afternoon, in Jaguar's
diock. i. le polls will be open from
3 :30 to 7 :30.
Mr. IV, A. Tucker, a sudor of Mr.
V.. S Warren, ot this city, was ce.
denllv killed near the Dalles Tuesibiy.
at the Oregon Mr. Tucker nl Iwr hiibanu
fishing along Mill creek I'lom sumo
cause she slipped ml fell, which evi
dently slumied her, causing dVatli by
drowning In the shallow winr, as her
head struck a rock. Di . Tucker heaid
the splash unit Immediately went to his
wife's iissislniice. After being taken
from the water she gasped twice and
expired, Mis. Tin ker was aged tliiitv
veins and leaves two children, Her
f.,!l,..l.i !..,. Kntirri' nf ltl 11W UN ville.
Hand wil ui,,,,,, lii iKimtiiiK were taken lor
about the bmial.
As the republican pi limine are to he
held this afternoon, and city election
occur on next Monday, it is very Im
portant hi know who lire legal witci
M.w.lk.iik 14 nf llnl umtilliletl citv chtl'lcr
card, best provides that auualilled voter must
tHK r.MTHK- ha.,! hoen a resident in the citv for one
vear. and of the ward in which he
oiler to vole for ten davs. The last
legislature provided a initially lor vot
ing illegally at primariea, making It a
niiileuieanor, Clbe same voting
illegal! t regular election
Theie I a good oiaming In Oregon City
for a Itiinlier yard, in connection with an
establishment that would handle lime,
aatul and builder' material, A th'xeu
new sawmill have been constructed
during the last vear within a radius of
several mile from Oregon City, who are
auxiou Insecure facilities for marketing
their seasoned lumlair.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts.
Bruise. Sores, Cleer. Slt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped I binds,
Chilblain, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tion, and positively cure Piles, or no
pv required. It I guaranteed to give
erfivt satisfaction, or money refunded,
'ric 25 cent per box. For sale by li.
Meaar. 0. N. Grccnman and llnnrv
Cook attached Rome of the iKirtable
property of McMahon' circus yeterdv
morning. a tlwv had neglected to settle
with them for transporting their para
phernalia to the circus ground. The
attachment brought a prompt settle
Mr John G. Porter, left yesterday
for Fastern Oregon, to buv wind for the
Oregon City woolen mills, and will
probably go as far east aa Montana, be
lute he returns He has been in the
enplovol the O. C. Mig. Co. lor 25,
years, and is an export in wool matters.
The renminbi of ('apt. A. F. Hedges,
who died at Yukitu about a vear ago,
were removed to this place vestenlav,
and interred in the cemetery. Capl.
Hedges was one of the pioneers of Ore
gon City, and filled many posil.ons of
trust in (. Ittckaiiias county.
Miss Annie Merrill has hud control
of the poMollice during Mr. Hands ill
ness, and performed the arduous duties
of that iHisitlon to the entire satisfac
tion of the public, and has displayed
rare executive alnlity In it manage
ment There must tie some people in Oregon
City whs dii.tud read the papers, or
the fellow who follow McMahon 'a cir
cus with the shell game would not
have been so fortunate in catching
Confer & walker
?l;oiee Tracts of Farnji7$ af -.
In five mill ten ItucU ncur (kcgiiti City, Price rtijiii r,
forty ilolliit's mi 't'" inl upward. A inn list idt-Hy ,ir '
.1 t ...i...- i I i.. i & r i
I uiiii.i i mini hi wiegtm lura
tv. Sonic ul the bet di'i'iO'd
snlo tit h Imigitni, All onircHiioiuli'iice
swctcil. Cull ami Inspect our jiroiierty,
Office over Caufield's Drug Store, Oregon City
Are alter your patromige, and pinis'se, ny giving inn vame on all pii,
mu'urti Uuur MittrM II, mtf mik mi mnnu iwuiim wn$ uir-lr
Tt.l- i.u.b Mtitl.rM.tMM full 1 1 li nt
Pry (lootlrt, (Jrocorit's, Hunts nnl Shot's, nothing, I iardw Vit
Tinware, Stovon, CrtM-kt-ry, Sotuls, l'atettt M'dicinw ,lt
Fft'tl, Wall Tujior, ritit,()iln, Sunh
The daily Fast Oiegonian ays: The
gentleman at Oregon City, who con
templates starting a wisjl'en mill at
some good point in Eastern Oregon,
would do w ell to come to Pendleton Ire
A quiet wedding took place at the First
Presbyterian church in this city, Kov.
li. W. Uibouey olficiating, on last
Tuesdav, The contracting parties were
Mr. Kobei t Kutherlord and Miss Esther
Jones, both ol Oregon City.
Mr E. (iansneider has sold the Ori
ental Hotel to Mr. John Drescher. who
has refitted and refurnished the building
and will conduct it as a nrst-class farm
ers' hotel. Mr. (iansneider hasopened a
saloon and restaurant at Aurora.
The Clacl.amas brass band under the
leadership of Mr. W. T. Johnson, now
numbers fourteen members, who are
all becoming skillful musicians. Thev
have received new uniform from the
east, and would b a credit to a much
larger town than Clackamas.
The Right Reverend B. Wistar
Morris D. 1). Ilishop of Oregon, will
preach and admisister the rite of con
firmation in the above church on Sun
day evening next. Service begins at
7-30. All persons are cordially invited.
J. M, Donaldson, pastor.
JJMr. J. M. Hamilton, who was struck
with paralysis a few days ago, died at
his residence on the hill Saturday night.
His funeral was conducted by Rev. J.
Parsons. Mr. Hamilton was 74 years of
age. and has been an official member of
the M. E. church in this city for a num
ber of yr-ars. He came from Oiiio in
1854. He leaves a wifo and four chil
dren, and was highly respected by his
As next week's Entkrprisk will be
printed on home; manufactured paner,
made out of Oregon while lir wood, and
will be issued as a special industrial
number, it will be a valuable paper for
people living in Clackamas county to
send to their friends in the East.
County Recorder V. T. Whitbck.
who was considerably shaken up while
handling the hose at the test made at
the new water works about ten days
ago, nas discovered mat a bone in one
of his feet is fractured, and his physi
cian has advised him to keep quiet for
a few davs.
Mr. T. V. Triillin-T, recently shot a
large beaver in bis liter's mill pond at
I'nion Mills As it is tne limt one seen
in that vicinity for several years, it is
supposed the animal came down from
Another rousing railro.nl meeting will
lie held at Mulalla tomorrow. The
people of that section are determined to
have railroad cnuuuiimcaliou, and the
Oregon City board uf trade should give
the matter their attention at the next
The Olyuipia Tribune savs the presi-
lential train stops an hour in the stale
capitol uf mossback Oregon. In the
'regressive state of Washington, Mr.
larrison gives the slate capital the
Rev, L. K. Juniiev will delivers lec
ture at the M. K. church next Sunday
evening on "the I a race or rirewur-
slupiKirs of India, giymg their pecu
Postmaster E. M. Rands is again
on deck after a month's illness, and hi
familiar countenance Is seen around the
sjst otlice and on the streets.
VEGETABLES, FRUIT and FEE
0. E. A. FREYTAG, -.
BEST AND CHEAPEST
FANCY AM, STAI'l.K tili'H Kill l! IN tiKKAT VAIUKTV.
Garden Seeds in Bulk.
13th and Main
Wilson & Cooke
TINWARE AND HARDWARE
Sul.l. AUK NTS Kilt THK
Atkin Saws, -:- Oliver Plows.
Mr. Fred K. Charman, city treasurer,
was very busy yesterday afternoon allix
ing his signature to the new city bonds
and the coiisins attached thereto.
Hon. W, T, llurney was in the city a
considerable portion of the week, ami
had cases both before the U. 8. land
office and the circuit court.
The Willamette Pulp and Paper Co.
made a shipment of ten tons of w hite
news paper to San Francisco Tuesday.
Mr. W. E. (,'onyers, of Clatskanie,
was in Oreuon Citv durinir the week mi
business with thii U. 8. land oHien.
Thb Entkbprise will appear next
week printed on the best quality of
white paper manufactured-by the Will
amette Pulp and Paper Ce. This will
be the first paper In Orogon City printed
on home manufactured paper. In honor
of the occasion Tin Entkbprise will be
Issued as a special industrial edition.
giving a description of our manufactur
ing enterprises, and advantages and
inducements to capitalists.
Mr. W. W. Stowvall, of Falls View
lost his dwelling house by fire Tuesday
night. Loss estimated at 700.
Mr. J. P, Logan, proprietor of the
Union Mill (louring mills, was in
Oregon City this week.
Keniember none but legal voters are
now permitted to cast their ballots at
HARROWS. CULTIVATORS. DRILLS
isltilii' I ai klu.
f also curry a full line of F
ami get Portland priccn
(livo UH ic
Our stock of Spring Wagons is the largest ami most cniiileteot ti
the I'tictfic t'imst ami cniiiprisce all the leading style of fr
Four-spring IWnir aiKLMountain Wasotl
Half Platform Spring Wasons,
Scroll Spring Wagons4Handy Waft
ons,'ntTaylor," or Three-Spring
Wagons, Half spring Wagons, EC
press and Delivery Wagons.
Extra copies of Tine Kntkhphihc for
next wees will be lurnished for 5 cents
The county jail i now empty, the
first time for nearly a year.
Attorney Will II. Walker loaves today
for Astoria on legal business.
Mr. J. O. Trullinger.
wa in the city Monday.
of Union Mill,
Hon. C. W. Rohy, of Portland, was
in Oregon City yesterday, hiving been
summoned to appear befors the U. H.
land office as a witness in a contest,
case. While hero he culled at Tun
Kntki'WHR oflice, and visited Prof.
Kigler at. thn public school. Mr, f.oby
is making the ffolton House the most,
pohular hotel in Portland, and people
from the interior towns urn making it
their home when in Portland.
Logger' scale boards absolutely cor
rect at this oflice.
court will probably adjourn
FINE OAT STRAW
in bulk at
JOHN MYKUS FARM.
tin mriii tl at our JIKW lin of -r.
raplilly Hitd tn.norahly. hy ttmte fi '
i m x, y ninit i,r oKI.kikI in theli
In 1 ltli-t w ito vr l hry II vr . A ii
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Iiiug, H'i aim t t.m. No rik. Y.. .-iMlevntn
it tin,- to in.- work. 'I his I nn
omiritnl Hiu'i-uaN h.everv mukiT.
If rlr'' -'inins- fMii i j.rwi'fh anil iiiwhmI.
n,"l 1 opfitfiH'v, We ( nil fnriil-li yuu (fie em-
nii.ym. ot lunl tench y.iu i Ul'i.. So . i-tii eijiliilt. iiare. Pull
Information Tit I Ji & :0., ALtil 11A1NK.
Special Parcel Delivers Wacrons
1 Horse Business Wagons, 1 l
norse iron Axle Wagons, Etc., Etc
It will pay all parties wanting
Spring Wagons of Any Description
in uh. we guaranhie our vehicles the liest. our pricKhtlt
Hpuclal (. atulogue and prira list mailed freeon aplilla-!,..,
wow Market Dlock, Portland, Orogon. I,
JOHN NISSEN, Ag't. Oregon Gitf
To call upon or correspond with uh.
lowest, iimmy coiixiiiiireil
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