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NERVES OF SURGEONS
SUFFER STAGE FRIGHT WHEN FAC
ING A DIFFICULT OPERATION.
Two Ways In Which It Affect Them A
Tonne Hurgron't First Amputation
Threaulrd a Neville to M-ljr Ilia NrVM.
Operating on ft Friend.
"Is there such a thing as stapo fright
niouR Mirpwiis?" a successful Now
York snrpHiii wits asked. Though the
term stapo fright with reference to sur
gery was (lerhaps a misnomer, tho sur
geon rmoVrstootl tho question.
"Oil, yes, imlcotl, thero issnoh a thing
as stttgo fright among surgi'on.s, " he re
plied. "There, are two kinds of stage
fright, or, rut her, there nrp two different
tVinixr.iiieiitn among doctors, anil the
fright, although iu itself perhaps the
sau.o, has a different (naming, affootod
as it is by the material through which it
pas-. Tho first is tho surgeon who is
anxious to perform the operation, stxs
Bo difticnltit's in th way and nothing
but a successful termination. His rest is
not disturbed by reflections upon com-
plications which may arise. Everything
is lovely until tho pswie
iut is before him.
Then his luuid begins to shake if he
meet with difllcultieswhich ho had not
counted upon ; his nervousness increases ;
he hurries, perhaps with a fatal result
In tho case of this man he grows worse
as he grows older, and in old age he j
goes all to pieces.
"There is another temperament of '
this order. From tho time this surgeon
recognizes that an operation is necessary j
there pass through his mind all the j
complications which conld possibly
conio up, and he wonders if there are
not more which he has not thonght of.
He is by no means sanguine of a happy
result He fears this and that and the
ether thing. As the hour approaches he
dreads to commence his work more and
more. But when he is before the sub
ject his nervousness leaves him. He
commences intelligently, reflecting upon
what might arise. Ho does not hurry or
get excited, but he is intensely interest
ed, wholly absorbed by what he is do
ing. I remember witnessing an opera
tion by one of the most celebrated sur
geons I ever knew. It was a most diffi
cult operation, and the amphitheater
was filled with doctors who had come
to see it performed. A few moments be
fore tho surgeon was to commence he
was presented by a friend to two doc
tors who had come from a distance to
see him operate. He bowed very polite
ly and spoke a few words. Shortly after
that ho commenced operating. j
"The operation was of considerable j
length, and when it was finished the
two gentlemen to whom the surgeon
had been presented approached to speak
a congratulatory word or two, As he
did not appear to recognize them, his
friend presented them again. He ex-
pressed his pleasure at meeting them
without the slightest recollection that
he had met them."
"Do you recall the first operation yon
ever performed yourself?"
"Indeed I remember it very welL I
was in a Hospital wnere were were
3,500 beds and S3 surgeons in charge. I
was one of the young assistant surgeons.
If an operation was necessary in any of
the wards, it was our duty to report it
to the surgeon in charge, who then per
formed the operation if he chose, I re
ported to my surgeon the necessity cf
an amputation of a great toe. The sur
geon came and looked at the man and
concurred with my opinion that an am
putation was necessary. I was directed
to get everything ready for the opera
tion. 'Then,' said the surgeon, 'I will
come and operate if I can. If not, yon
go on and perform the operation your
self. "I told my young associates of the
order, and they said: 'Well, you goon
and get ready, but he won't come. You
will have to do the operation yourself. '
And that was the way it turned out
The operation was to be at 2 o'clock.
All the night before I was rehearsing
what I intended to do in my mind and
dreaming of it in my sleep. The next
day I could not eat my luncheon. My
hands and feet were cold. When it came
time to commence the operation, I could
only steady my nerves by threading
needles. I said: 'Give me the needles to
thread. I am very paricular about my
thread. ' I took a needle and commenced
poking at the eye. In a few seconds my
hand obeyed my will and became as
steady as I could wish. I performed the
operation successfully. After that I went
on performing a great many operations,
but it was years before I could take a 1
e'eloek luncheon if I bad to operate at 2
"From the conscientious scientific
man apprehension never departs, for he
knows that it is impossible to foresee all
things. And then, again, he takes in
his hands a holy human life. If an actor
accentuates the wrong word or halts in
his lines, the worst that can come is a
slight damage to his reputation. If a
minister preaches heterodox doctrines,
the worst that can happen to him is a
trial for heresy. But if the surgeon in a
dangerous operation makes but the
slightest mistake it may result in death,
tar which there is no remedy. Many
and many a time on the night previous
to a serious operation have I awakened
myself from an anxious, troubled sleep
by performing the operation in my
dreams. It is also very much more try
ing to a surgeon to operate on a friend
than on a stranger. It is hard to tell in
this case who is more to be pitied, the
surgeon or the patient. I think the lon
gor a man operates tho less certain he is
of the outcome of any operation. A frail
little woman that one would almost say
a breath of wind would blow away will
survive the most painful and dangerous
operation where a rough, stocky and iron
CuiTt peasant woman that one would
think, could survive almost any possible
operation will die from something which
is not, as a rule, considered dangerous. "
New York Sun.
The Dakota river was called by the
Indians Chaussan, "the tumbler."
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Furnished Every Week bj the Clurka
mas Abstract A Trust Com puny.
T F Kyan to J V MotUtt Seit 7 '!
V 1) und of lot 1, 2 7 and 8 of
blk 4" County add f WO
J W Mollltt to t'laiido Adams Sept
9 Wi Same an above MO
J as V Shaw to lien Much July 1 'M
W D lots Hi and W blk 7 Alios ad
to Oregon City
I'SU Marquam et al to American
lien Mtgo Co M 1 1'JS acres in
the lloetor CampUdl claim
Cnmston A Cress (by shoritF) to
John Harris Sept 10 .5 S P ti,
oi se'4 anil se'4 of ne'4 and lot 1
of sec 0 t 2 a r 5 e 1S(!7
Ada and Win Hoores to John
Doores, Sept 5, '95, Q 0 D 220
acres in the Kohert Alien claim
in t (1 s, r 1 e 1
Patrick Puffy to C W Fredrick
Sept 9 'IV, V D t5. acres in sec 5
1 5 e, r 2 e
c' r' J " m,e 10 a ""'"
tl 5,0 " ' 10,s ml 0IK ' "
Edge-wood ad to Oregon City
H C Stevens to l.onis Feurer Sept
12, '1)3 V D lot 8 blk 2ti Oregon
S Lewelling toSophiua Lewolling
Mav 10, 'i2 I) Lewellinu Park
Clackamas county Oregon 1
Shaw & Oesner to F C PeUuire
Aug SI 'St5 W P fS' ot iie'i and
nls of sel4 of sec 22, t 5 s, r 1 e. . 21XH)
L M Pickens to A G Smith May 22
'95, S W P lots 5 and 6 in blk 31
first ad to Oswego 1
State of Oregon to James Surman
March 17 'i2 I) w'-4' of n.Siwj
W,l Of SW', SO'i Of 8W!4 J Wj of
se1 and sel4' of sec 36, t 5 s, r 2e
280 acres 350
: Jas Surman to G W R Voeburg
April 27, '1X5, W P, Same as above 420
J M Brown to E M Mortimore June
6, '!5 A P w' of se!-4' sec 15, t
6 s r 2 e 350
C Beal to J W Blain Sept 14 '95, W i
P se'4y of se1..: of sec 36, 1 1 s, r 4 e I
Have vour titles examined and ab-1
strai ts made bv the CLACKAMAS AB- j
ST K ACT A T iil' ST CO. who have the
only complete set of abstracts of title of
all land in C lackamas county. Accurate
anil reliable work by a responsible firm.
Office upstairs in the Cautield buihling.
California, the Land of Disc orerle.
h will you lie awake all night,
! coughing, when that most effective and
. gbla California reinedv. Santa Abie,
j wiU We in)mediale rel-ef , SANTA
. , . . .
! 18 the only (fuaranteed cure for
j Consumption, Asthma and all Bronchial
j complaints. Sold only in large bottles,
jatU - OO Three for 2.50 C. G. Hunt-
i ley will be pleased to supply you and
! guarantee relief when used as directed.
CALIFORNIA CAT-R-CURE never
ails to relieve Catarrh or Cold in the
II?ad. Six months treatment, $1.00
By mail, $1.10. Trial size 50 cento.
The Best Medicine for Diarrhoea.
Mr, Cooper, of this place, had been
troubled with diarrhoea for three or
four weeks and failed to get anything
thtt would check it effectually, until he
used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, two doses of which
effected a complete cure. He says it is
the best medicine he ever saw for such
cases. Also that he had given it to sev
eral families and they always praised it.
R. L. Andkea & Bko., Sandy Flats,
Greenville, Co., S. C. For sale by G. A.
Captain Sweeney, U. S. A., San Piego,
Cal. says: "Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy
is the first medicine I have ever found
that would do me any good" Price 50c.
For sale by Geo. A. Harding.
For the many accidents that occur
about the farm or household, such as
burns, scalds, bruises, cuts, ragged
wounds, bites of animals, mosquitos or
other insects, galls or chafed spots, frost
bites, aches or pains on any part of the
body, or the ailments resulting from ex
posure, as neuralgia, rheumatism, etc.
Dr. J. II. McLean's Velcanic Oil Lini
ment has proved itsell a sovereign
remedy. 25c, 60c and $1 er bottle. For
sale by C. G. Huntley, druggist.
F. R. Andrews, of the Maplewood
farm is now prepared to supply vegeta
bles, fresh, to any part of the city, and
orders by telephone will receive prompt
attention, as he has telephone connec
tion with every part of the city.
Burklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for Cuts,
BruiseB, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
For sale by Charman & Co., Charman
Ho For the Mountains.
A. W. Phillips will take camping and
excursion parties to the coast or mount
ains at reasonable rates and by any route
Safe team andstrongspring wagon. Also
a general express and delivery.
A new line of i moor ted dress goods
just received at Charman & Son's I'io
n?,er Store, ranging all the way from
50 cents to $1 per yard, consisting of!
serges, suitings, henriettas, etc.
Blank note, receipt and order books
at the Enterprise office .
Knights of the Maccabi'c.
The statu commumler writes 111 from
Lincoln, Feb., as follows: "After trying
other medicines for what seemed to be
a very olwtinste coupli In our two child
ren we tried Pr. King's New Piscovorv
and at the end of two days thu cough
entirely left them. e will not be with
out it hereafter, as our experience proves
that It cures where all oilier remedies
fails." Signed F. W. Stevens, State
com. why not give this great medicine
a trial, as it is guaranteed and trial bot
tles are bee at Charnian A Co, 'a drug
store, Charniait Bros. Block, Kegular
size ,")0c. and $1.
An Absolute Cure.
The Original Abieline Ointment is
only put up in large two-ounce boxes,
and is an absolute cure for old sores,
burns, wounds, chapied hands and all
skin eruptions. Will positively cure all
kinds of piles. Ask for the Original
Abietine Ointment. Sold by 0. G.
Huntley, at 25 cents per box by mail
Pr. A. P. Sawyer Sir ; After suffering
for four years with female weakness 1
was pursuaded by a friend to try your
Pastilles, and after using them one year,
I can Bav I am entirely well. I can not
recommend them too hiuhly.
Mrs. M. S. Brook, Bronson, Befliel
Branch Co. Mich.
Sold by Geo A . Harding.
There is no doubt, no failure, when
you take lVWitt's Colic A Cholera
Cure. It is pleasant, acts promptly, no
bad after effects. CO. Humify, Drug
gist. Wood Wanted.
Fir and limb wood wanted at the Es
tkkpkisk office, also at residence.
Freytag's turnips are perfect, sweet
and tender. A trial will convince.
From earlv child
hood until I was '
grown my family J
spent a tortuno ,
tiyinc to cure me I
1 of this disease. I visited liot Springs 1
ana was tre:usa Dy tns nest medical .
.men, but wns not benefited. When'
all tilings had
iwgs had fH lulled
ined to U i j fji try S
in four 1 mom I
ely cured. The tcrribli ec
tailed I de-1
ths was 1
was gone, not
a sien ot it It-It Mv
general health built up. and I have i
1 never had any return of the disease. (
any return 01 me aisease. 1
1 Dave 01111
1 ed S.s J. Mil
1 bsve never
. rel known t failnrn to cure.
1. to. w. IRWIX, Irwin, Pa.
Never fails to cure, '
I even when all other I
rermsllea have. Our i
treatment! blood and i
I Akin dtaeatee mailed
' free to any adureaa. I
SWll 1 SPEuil IC CO , AUu. Ga.
1800 miles of long dis
tance telephone wire in
Oregon and Washington
now in operation bv Uie
Oregon Telephone and Tel
Portland, Seattle, Spo
kane, Tacoma, Salem,
Walla Walla, Pendleton,
Albany and 1)6 other towns
in the two states on the
Quick, accurate, cheap.
All the satisfaction of a
Distance no effect to a
clear understanding. Spo
kane as easily heard as
Oregon City office at
Huntley's Drug Store.
J. H. THATCHER, MANAGER,
Portland, - Oregon.
ST. PAUL'S CHUKCII - Kpiacopal - Rev.
Inaac flaw-ton, Kentnr. Service atll o'cloe k a.
m. and ":'M p. m. Prayer lervlee every Wed
F1KST CONGREGATIONAL CHl'KCH.
Rev. J. W. Cowan I"atiir. Hcrvlcen at 10'ti) a. m.
and 8:00 p. M. Sunday School after morning
service. Prayer meeting WedneKdny evening at
8:00o,clock. Prayer meeting oi Young People, l
Society ol Chrlttlan Endeavor every Sunday
evening at 7: prempt.
FIRST BAPTIST CH HKCII. - Rv. M L.
Kvuo, Pantor Morning Service at II: Sunday
School at l'M5; Evening Service 6:30; Regular
prayer meeting Wednenday evening. Monthly
Covenant Meeting every Wednenday eveulnt
preceding the fimt Sunday In the mouth. I
cornial Invitation to all.
ST. JOHN'8 CHURCH. CATHOLIC.-KBV. A.
Hillebkand, PaKtor. On Sunday maun at 8 and
10;H0 a. M. Kvery econd and fourth Sunday
German sermon alter the S o'clock mam
At all other musses Kngllwh aermoua. Sunday
School at 2:'M r. M. Venpers, apologetlcal
itihitcta and Benediction at I 'M r. m,
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHintCH.-REV
O. Sykrh, Pastor. Morning service at II:
Sunday School at 10:011. Class meeting after
morning service. Evening service al 7:30.
Epworth League meeting Sunday evening at
8:30; Prayer Meeting Thursday evening at 6:30.
itrangera cordially Invited.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CliURCH.-Rnv. J.
W. Montgomery, Pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. at. Halbath School at 10 a. m. Young
People's Society of Christian Endeavor mecta
every Sunday evening at 6:30. Wednesday
evening prayer meeting at 7:30. Seats Iree.
EVANGELICAL CHURCH GERMAN H, E.
HoRNsoHutH, Pastor; J. R. Khkkt AmM-uiI.
Preaching services every Sunday at 11 A. M.
and 7:30 P. M. Sabbath school every Sunday at
10 A. M., Mr. Zimmerman bupt. Prayer Meeting
every Thursday evening
REGULAR hKKVICES AT U. B. CIIURCH
mnrniug and evening nt lit and 3 1 eundty of
each month. Sabbath School at 10, A, M. each
Stbbatn. J D. Surf n, Sunt.
W. II. McLain, Paxtor.
EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHUHCH-L.
Gkf.y, Pastor. German services every Sunday
at 11 o'clock A M. Huglish services at 7:80 P.
M Sunday school at 10 o'clock A. M. Loca
tion: Store room next door to hakerv In Shiva-
ley's building, corner of Seventh ant Madison
DR D. 8. STRYKER, DENTIST, HAS RE
moved to Odd Fellows' temples. W. Cor. 1st
and Alder, Portland, Oregeo.
One to five acre tracts,
Cleared, uncleared ami some
set t' fruit. This proarty ad
Joins the Chautauqua grounds
at Gladstone pai k. Urn only
12 minutes walk I'roiu the mo
tor line, and very desirable.
4 in cultivation, li slashed.
House with 4 rooms. S5 fruit
tries now hearing an abund
ance of berries, watered by
creek. Good roads to Poll
land und Oregon City. fS.V).
100 fenced 45 in cultivation,
balance open brush land. 2
houses and 2 barns, tl miles
from town price, fill er
Of improved residence prop
erty, inside. Over 2iK) lots,
inside and suburban. Price
from f 75 to JtH). When vn
can buy a lot within a few
blocks of your work it fs cer
tainly vt ise to buy one and quit
A No. 1 Stock Ranch.
350 Acres 20 acres in mead
ow, 15 cres cultivation, 35
slashed. 2 houses, 2 barns.
Plenty of running water, Price
8 in cultivation, li ncrrs
I sIuhIipiI L'lK) fruit lives spring
j Hitter. -I milos frtnn town,
I Price 1000
j hi in cultivation, 7 uort'S ol
j Li'uvordum land, exct'iloiit
for tgrowinK onion. Sumll
ori'Iiurd. llotiitu 1'.. "tory, ti
riMiuiR with pantry, ti.tiu.pliirv
u!l fenced all iuipruvi'inuiit
nt'W uud Koud. Wood road
to l'ortlitnd and Orenn t'i'v.
Only '.' miles to It . H Million.
Crop kuvh with pliu-e if told
Boon. Trice, $.'12"0.
Five acre tracts,
Near Oak Urovo, on Kind Side
motor line, i'rice VXi per
acre. Thin proerty in within
a short dixtmice of where aumll
tract are lellinK at l-iOO anil
fUX) per acre.
Ten acres on West Side,
2'.; mile" from minix-naiim
bridge. 3 acres cleared, tonal!
house, fine sprinu wutur,
splendid place for poultry,
Trice only H"i0. Terms easy.
This is a snap.
Tlree Pieces of Bnslnsss Property,
On Main street, Oregon City,
improved and yuix monthly
Tort litfht brush, hnlunce good
timber. Water by creek.
Kami for fruit, vegetable or
Poultry Farm. 2' miles from
town, liood road. Trice only
flioO, part rash, balance on
long time at 0 per cent.
7 Fenced and cleared, (iood
spriiiK water. 3 tulles from
Oregon City. Trice, $750.
Five Room House
to rent ; on a level with Main
street, and near buHinuHM part
of the street.
Ten acres on West Side,
1?4 miles from suspension
bridge. ?4' mile from where
laud is selhtiK at f.'iOO to $1000
perarre. This w ill be sold at
A splendid home
In Oregon City, ttood two
story house, basement, wood
Blind, cellar and (jreen house.
5 Lots set with a good variety
of fruit trees, now bearmit.
lielow the bhiir and witJfln
half block of Kloctrio Linn.
C. O. T. WILLIAMS
OREUO.V CITY, OKKUON.
A Sovereign RemedvfirCoufk
Colds. LaGrippe and all AfPectiortf
of theThroat. Chest and Lungs.
SEND TOR FHtVllH,
For sale by C. O. Huntley.
COUKT KOHIN HOOD NO. TO A. O. F. OF A
Meets the 2A suit 4th Fridays of each month
at If V II, ill K ill v M
VY. S. Cram, Obo. R. Wii.khart,
Chief Raniter. Recording Sen
LE. Lawrknck, J. It. Kinnkky,
hud. unci itanger. financial Beo.
Vour tiMim will linvo tlio host
of cum and
Full Measure of Feed
Kldd & Williams, Props.,
(.iccc..i t.. y Cooke,
Li very Kis on Short Notion.
J. P. LOW 12,
(he old reliable Watchmaker,
I I MM loOfl tlt
And is prepared to tloall kinds of work
in his line. Watches cleaned fur f I Kite h
All work llrsl class uud iiitranteud,
(iive mo a trial.
I Was No Good on Earth."
Dr. Milea Nervine atronirtlion
tho weak, tni litis up tho limkoti
down constitution, and jwrnmnotiUy
cures every kind of nervous disease,
"Ahout mnr yrarag Itrn afflMed
with HrnvMiMr, alevplrmanrait
free l lug iraiiitloa In my lev;
Might palpitation f mit heart,
tierta4 lui mf lapae ( memory.
Weiuhted afaM'M with rare and
worry. I eompletriy lout appetite
And felt my ritaltly wearing ot,
I wtim weak, irritable and tired,
31 y weight wat rednred fa 10 tbm.,
In faet i araa ft good, on earth,
A friend brtniirht
Bin Dr. Mlloa' book,
"New Bind Hurt.
Hue Fkota," and
I Anally dwld.nl
to try a bottle of
I IK. Mn.u' lit
lkifnrfl I had taken
one bottle I could
sleep aa wU as a
10-yr.-old boy. My
II hen I had taken the mlxth bottU
Sly weight tnereaoed to 17S 6a,,
The mentation Inmy lego wao gonei
!fy nerrem mteadled eompletelyt
Sly memory wan fully reotored.
Sty brain teemed elearert ha nerer.
I felt am good am any man on earth,
tir. Stileo' llemtoratiee b'ervln to
A great medirlne, I atture you."
AuK'uatn, Mn. Wai.tih It. Ht rtnAXK.
Pr. Mllna Nervtn Is aoltl on a noltl
Btiaranu-v that tho Urol tiiiln will tn-ni'llt.
AIIlruUKltdl It at 11,6 Uitlli-a (nri.Vor
It will tin aeiit, iri'alil, on rw'-llit of urli-e
by thu IT. Milt Uwllcal Ool, tlthArt, lnO.
Dr. Miles' Nervine
Caked & Inflamed Udderr,
BruLscs and Strains,
Harness & Saddle Sores,
All Cattle Ailments,
AH Horse Ailments,
AH Sheep Ailments,
Membrane and Tissue
Quickly to the Very
Seat of Pain and
Ousts it in a Jiffy.
Rub in Vigorously.
Mustang Liniment conquers
Make Jinn or Beast well
f.SilGKEH RISING PAYS
If you use the Petalom"
M:ike money while
others ore wasting
time by oM processes.
It.aml describes every
art irle needed lor tnc,
mechanically the best
IvVe ara Pacific Coaat
'Aifents. Bicycle cata
Wue. mailed free.llives
PETALTJMA rHCUBATOR C0.,Petalnm,Cal.
Ukahch Housb, Jll H Main bt.,Lo Anijelea.
In ui?ated I
E. McNeill. Receiver.
(iives tlio cliiiieo of
NORTHERN RY, PACIFIC RY.
ST. PAUL. Kansas City.
Low Rates to all
Leave I'ortlninl evi'ry II vo tiny for
Fast until train Kmvi'H Portlnm!
daily nt M:-" p. m.
Tlio Pullcn Kh'iiI It iivt'H I'ortlunil
tlitily iiiolitiling Sumliiy nt NiUm a,
in. connecting ot Kant rortlamf
with S. I. iiictnuiitg overland truin.
For full detail call on or ad-
Cien. ruNwnor Aent,
Received a gold nietlal ami diploma
nt St. Ixhiih Convention of
Third and Morrison Streets,
The New Way East
- AND ..
O. R.St N.Co. Lines.
THE SHORT ROUTE.
T) 1'OINTM IX
Montana, And the East.
-Through Tickets on Sale
To and From
And all ointri in tho
The (WHAT NOItTII KltN ItAIt.WA Y Is a new
transriiutlnuiiUl line. Huns biifTiitlllirary
nliaorvatlnii cars palare sloiiplng ami Oliiluf
ears, lamlly tourist rluenura ami sucuutl olasa
Having a rnolc tinllast track, the OIlKAT
NoKI'HKItN KA1I.WAV Is (ro. Iron, ilnt, nun
ol the chief annoyances ol transcontinental
Itoiitnl trip tickets wllh stop over prWIIocei
and choice of return routes,
KitHttnall train leaves 1'nrllnnil ilnlly nt
8:4ft p. in. ovpr O. U. ,t N. Co.'s rood lor all
points on our linen.
For further Information call upon nr writ,
C. C. DONA VAN, Omentl Agent,
122, Third Htreet,
1. 1. Whitney O.P A T. A,
HI Will. Minn.
Steamer G. W. Sliavcr,
Will leavt) Portland, foot of
WiiHhini'ton Street, for ChitHknnln
and way landinjrH, Monday, Wed
noHdav and Friday inorninLrs nt. ft
o'clock, and return to Portland
TuoHdn vh, ThurHtliiVH and Sato rdn v
ThiH tho moHt direct and accuHHablu
route to the Nehalotn Vally only
nine miles from ClatHkanio.
Shaver Transportation Co.
Wip's tootujnj Powflers.
Fof Childnn Cutting their Tteth.
IN USE OVER FIFTY YEARS.
fmrlih H$at, prtwnt flti, Oomwftoat east
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