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ENGLISHMEN AND AMERICA.
to soften tho board, llcittl, Hlioultlers
and anus rtwh over tho cud of tho
board, nnd with their bunds they hold
uiu-oasiiiKly tho rouKh stool blmlt-H upon
Winn j W ho Vrr rtwn Warm Frlrnde ol
TlipfrvHn tlint the Enplish rmMio. tho big Kriiitlstouo whioli revolve. Ih
incu who have umlorsteod Amorioa, or nouth thoiu by uoans of n powerful yet
V ho have seemed to earo to understand simple transniissu n. It is n very com
Ler, have, at least until recently, always ical aspect to S4H those pooplo at work,
represented a small minority. DurhiR particularly booauso every ono of tho
the first century of our national life workmen ha it small, long hairod doff,
cam'ly an 1-V!:.!mi:m of 'eminence w ho .vivos as it sort of livo stove, Dur
teas clear siphtod enough to perceive injj tho lonjr winter in ttio mountains a
America's real devotion to gtvut ideals, body stretched out tit full length suiters
Our British kinsmen thought us a horde much from cold in thoso ill protected
of pradjinds and nothing else, whereas, .mills and since it is uot possible for
in spite of a seeming absorption in ma-: tho workman to warm himself by a
tonal things, the national life was grap-' clmngo of position or by moving his
fling with mighty ethical and political lin.bs this j enli.tr exnodiont lias been
ideas, which the selfishness and lire- j adopted in Thiers. Tho dogs uro well
ipousibility of politicians might some-; t mined to their ofilv, Ouo whistloof
IU AI, t.M A I r. I H AVSt'KKN.
r'lirnlsliPil Hvory Week by thi t'lui-kn
mas Altstitirt X TihnI t'tiiniintiy.
Cordelia Juhnsnn to tieo V
(.iraee, rVb 8 t7 W I) l.it 4 hlk 42,
Central Add to Oregon City t
F IVtioM ti llenrv tloitteii.Keli 8
if lie ' j
:!ti t 4 s rl e
S J Oglesbv to MJ Howen, l'eli 8
'l7 tj C s's of so' 4 and liel4' of
sel4 sec 2." t 4 r 1 e.
times distort, but could never stifle.
Leigh Hunt, as Lowell used to remind
tis, could never think of America with
out seeing in imagination a gigantic
counter stretched all along our seaboard,
and we bore Hunt's ridicule with a
complacency that was the more cheerful
because his caliber and weight of metal
were scarcely great enough to do much
execution over sea. Carlyle sneered ; we
remembered his dyspepsia and forgave.
Kuskin emptied the vials of his elo- j
jnont contempt upon our sacrifice to
theii master calls them up, and n sim
plo turn of tho body indicates to them
whero they havo to lio dowu to giv
now warmth to the body uf thoir mas
sr. Fhiludelnhiu Pre
A lawyer tells tho following story in
Tlio Green 13:;g: "Some timo ngi wo
had under cross examination a youth
from the country who rejoiced in the
name of Samson and whoso replies
T L Turner to A F Tin ner, 1W UW
V I) 70 acre in sdo 13, 1 5 a r I
U S to J C Va'ichn, Febfl 'tKl
r.ttent lots 3 5 cl4' of uw '4' see U t
ti s r 3 e Patent
J II Sottleiuier to J CSetllemior.b'eh
8 i7 V D w of S Merriit d I o. . 0000
Oregon 1 and Co to M J Jamex.Sept
5'HiWD lots U 12 blk7l, Min
thorn J K MurUy to Win MacM isters.Jait
21 QO ne'4 of nw and nw'f
of ne1 and lot 1 see 20, t 5 s r 1
BEFORE SUBSCRIBING FUR A 1AQAZINE
SEE THE BEST,
America's freedom and lMorrity: we I woro Provoca,ivo l' wioh laughter in Caleb Perry to John Perry, Jan 2."),
abated no jot or tittle of our veneration 1110 court- Aml F0 questioned ttio
for his prophet's message, while we j barrister, 'you wish tho court to bclievo
strove to make just allowance for the 1 tu;kt voa aro a lnaoeably disposed and
bypora?stlietie tcmnera- I inoffensive kind of ih rson?' 'Yes.' 'And-
vagaries of the bypoi
incut. . Theso things it wus easy to cou
dono. The Englishmen who have understood
American life have judged it by some
thing besides the froth of the irresponsi
Mo prvss and the antics of provincial
"statesmen." Cobden's fatal exposure
01 nis we to do us service and John
that yon havo no desire to follow in tho
steps of your illustrious iiamesako and
smite the Philistines?' 'No; 1'vonot,'
answered the witness, 'and if I had tho
desiro I ain't got tla power at present'
'Then you think you would bo unable
to cope successfully with 1,000 enemies
and utterly rent them with tho jaw bono
Tright's brave words in the hour of our 811 ass?' ' ' answered tho ruffled
distress can never be forgotten. The
memory of Thomas Hughes alas! that
we must write "memory" now will
always remain a rich and fragrant leg
acy, to which, in a peculiar sense, we
are coheirs with Englishmen, while the
work of Air. Bryce has not only won
ocr respect and gratitude, but is bound
Jo leave doep impress on our life. Noue
tff those men was blind to the evident
foibles, defects and crudities of the
strenuous life of an earnest and virile
peopla On the other hand, none invited
distrust by silly attempts to flatter or
cajole. But all were quick to recognize
in American aspiration, achievement,
and representative character something
other and better than mere bigness.
They even ventured now and then to
speak of these things as great ; but the
words sits bettor on their lips than on
ours. From "Duty of Englishmen to
America" in Century.
Samson, 'I might havo a try when you
have done with tuo weapon. '
Crime and Cruelty.
Crime is nothing but cruelty, and all
cruelty is criminal id its tendencies.
ANTIQUITY OF 1 HE MEASLES.
PeopI la All Times Hire goffered From
Of course every one thinks ne knows
what measles is and yet very few really
know more about the ailment than the
fact that it is a contagious disease, char
acterized by sore eyes, sore nose, sore
throat and on eruption of the skin.
The disease is one of great antiquity,
dating as far back as A. D. 900. At
thut time, however, it was confounded
with smallpox and scarlet fever. By
many observers smallpox and measles
were always regarded as one and the
same disease, differing only in degree.
This misinformation was not dispelled
until 16 10, when Sydenham, on Eng
lish physician, declared that they were
About the origin of measles little is
known. At the present day the disease
is found all over the civilized world. It
is not known in uncivilized countries.
It has always been claimed that the dis
ease wag due to a specific poison, but
the nature of it was not known. Quite
recently, however, a European bacteri
ologist named Czajikowski reported that
lie had found a micro organism in the
blood of a person suffering from mea
sles, which he believed to be the cause
of the disease. Measles is unlike some
other contagious diseases, in that i.t is
no respecter of persons or places. It af
fects all 6orts and conditions of peopla
What better illustration of this is need
ed than the present cae in the first
household of the land? The disease is
one of the most highly contagious ail
ments known. It is far more contagious
than smallpox, but the poison of mea
tles contains much less vitality than
that of the latter. The poison of measles
exits in the breath, the blood, the tears
and in the secretions from the nose and
Although the disease is usually
classed as one of childhood, adults
sometimes suffer from it The adult
cases are usually the more severa In
fants under 6 months are generally con
sidered exempt from the disease, al
though there are exceptions to the rule.
Measles is generally looked upon as a
necessary evil of childhood and one that
deserves but little attention. In a sim
ple case that may be all well enough,
but there are usually other contingen
cies, and some of these should be guard
ed against In almost every case the
eyes become inflamed and call for at
teution. There is usually a bronchitis,
which, if left nncared for, may be fol
lowed by pneumonia and fatal termina
tion. San Franoicco Chronicle.
Oregon City .Market Report.
Wheat No. 1 merchantable, 73 cents
Flour Portland, M70; Howard's
Best, f4.90; Fisher's Best, $4.70; Dayton,
$4 90: Pendleton, 5.10
Uats in sks, white, 4' tents per
bushel, gray, 40.
Millstoffs Bran, flo.50 per ton;
shorts, $17.00 per ton.
Potatoes 60 to 65 cents per sack.
Eggs, 17 cents per dozen.
Buttei" Ranch, 30 to 40 cents per roll
Onions, 1 60 to $2 00 per sack.
Green apples, 90c to $1 per box.
Dried Fruits Apples, nnbleached, 5
cents; 50-pound boxes, evaporated, 6c.
prunes, 6 to 7 cents; plums, 4c.
Bacon Hams, 10 to 12) j cents; sides,
7; shoulders, S to 10; lard, 8 to 10.
Livestock and Dressed Meats Beef,
live, 2 to 3 cents; bogs, live 3) cents;
hoirs dressed, 4 to Scents; slieep, 2.00
to $3 00 per head;veal,dressed,5 to 6 cts.
Poultry Chickens, young, from $1.50;
old 3.00, turkeys, alive, 8 cen'.s per
We offer One Hundred Dollars Ho
ward for any case of catarrh that cannot
be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cuksey & Co.,
Props ., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be-
ieve him perfectly honorable in all bus
iness transactions and financially able to
carry out any obligations made by their
West & TitfAX, Wholesale Druggists,
Walding, Kiss ax & Marvin, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Price 75c
per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testi
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
'.17 W I 10.3(1 acres, n t fee 21,
t 2 s r 1 e
David Chalmers to Fred Kakel, Feb
97 W I 7.1(1 acre adjoining
Caucmah ......... 245
O.egmi Land Co to Annie K Giicritu,
Apr 21, '91 W I) lot 31 blk II,
Geo A GrosMintller to J Grosniilli'r
Feb 2 '97 W D i of sel4' sec 7,
E C Mdler to Mel dine L Bruee
Feb 12 '97 W D 1' acres sec 34 t
3sr le 75
K"!ert A Jack to William .Murtinxon
Jan 9, 97 W D 20.00 acres sec 8, t
6 s r 1 e 300
J I Jordan to .'uli O'.Meara, Jan
28, 97 W 1) tio!) seres sees ;i) 31 1 5
a r 2 e and sec 3'i t 5 a r 1 e
THE CLACKAMAS ABSTRACT A
TRUST CO. are the owners of the copy
right to the Tliorne system of abstract
indexes, for Clackamas county, and have
the only complete set of abstracts in the
county, can furninh information as to
title to land at once, on aplicution.
Loans, lnvestments,real estate, abstracts
etc. Otnce over Bank of Oretton City
Call and investigate. Address box 377,
Oregon City Oregon.
Use OXIEN tor your "nerves" also
for coughs and col Js. Pamphlets free.
Charman A Co., Drugisti, agent.
An Unparalleled Offer.
Demorest's Cut Piiuer Patterns are tho
nui.-t practical on the 111,11 ket Tliev 1110
250 01 any sire that any member of it
ImiHcluim cmild leipiire. In each copy
of tho Miigamiio Is printed a coupon en
tilling the Hiiti-i'iilnT. or iurcliicr. In ie
1 pattern (worth and retfiilariv sold fur "ioel.
or any number of pniicnm fur four cents
each to cover package and pontage,
Win. 11 1 ho value u( I ne patterns in con
sidered tint suberller actually gets
HUMORISTS MAGAZINE FRF.E
And what a Mau'iulne it is I For 1S97 it
will be more brilliant than ever In'loro
New niiinHKciueiit, new methods, now
idea. Each copy contains mi cxipiihito
reproduction in colors of some celebrated
picture bv a famous artist, woithy to
adorn the wall of the most refined homo.
It is nlliriiied tbat IVmorenl's is I lie only
complete Family Magaxlne puhlinhed
combining all of i lie mux! excellent points
of its eonteiupories, besides having in
imitable feature of itsown. liuoroHt'
is actually a dosen Magasine In one.
It l.i a Pittest of Current Events and
Ideas for tl.o Inny nun or woman, a
Review anil a Storehouse of Interest for
nli. Wives, tuotliera, sister and danilo
ters can lln I exai tiv what tbev need to
annuo and instruct them, also pia.'tieal
lieljis in every tloparliiivnt of domestic
ami social life, Ineliidiiiir tho furnish nir
ami ornamcniini; 01 die liotne, emtnoM
ery, brie-a-brae, artistic mid fancy work
ol all kinds, etc., etc.. and suggestion
ami advice regarding the well-being and
dressing of their own persons.
The soo of I lie articles for 1KM0 and
1S97 will cover the whole country and its
varied interests, and the articles will be
profusely illustrated with the finest en
gravings, am! in addition, it will publish
the best and purest fiction. It treats at
length Ont-nf-Door Sports, llonm Amuse
ments and Entertainments; it ulves a
ureal deal of attention o Hie Childieu's
Department, and "Our Girls," and has
a itiontlilv yinpositiiii liy Celebrated
I eople, in winch are discussed Import
ant questions of the hour of Interest to
ttie oliler readers.
Let us hare your subscription at onm
You get more value for your money than
it is possible to secure in any other
The Magaxine one year for $2 00
Or six months for .(M
(Over 250 different garments are shown
each year, patterns of all of w hich are
obtainable by snrMorilK-rs at 4o each.)
Sample copy (with pattern coupon) sent
Yamhill River Route.
Motnluy, WoiliioHiliiy nml Friday
ut ti A. M., rciu'liitiu Oregon City,
for lVrtltuitl iiltout 1 1 ::iU A. M.
Tuesday, Thursday ntid Saturday
tit I) A. M. Salmon St. dock, reach
ing; Oregon City, fr uprivcr points
about 11 A. M.
Through trip to Lnyfctto nnd
McMinnvillo inado when depth of
Freight nnd passiners rtitcij
liy tho fust
DOGS KEPT THEM WARM.
A Knife Hanufuctnring Town Where th
Grinders l Living Stove.
' Thiers, au old town in the Anvergne,
is famous for its steel knife industry.
The town boa retained much of its ro
mantic mediaeval character. Its streets
are narrow and crooked, and the maun
factureof knives, the principal industry
of the town, is not carried on in modern
factories, bat in ancient, small build
ings along the little river Durolle,
which furnishes the power for the in
dustrial township. Curious and unique,
bs everything else in Thiers, is the meth
od of work of the people engaged in
grinding the knives.
The grinders, men and women, lay
stretched out on wooden planks, over
which they sometimes throw sheepskins
Tick's floral (julde-lH7.
For nearly half a century this Cata
logue of Flower and Vegetable Seeds,
Plants, Bulbs, Roses, Grains, Potatoes,
etc., has come as regulary as spring
time Here it is again to remind us
that it's time to think about our gardens.
This issue contains half a dozen full
page half-tone illustrations of Roses,
Asters, Gold flowers, Carnations and
It seems full of the necessary inform
ation for either amateur or professions).
Send 15 cents to James Vick's Sons,
Rochester. N. Y., for a packet of either
Vick's Branching Aster, New Japan
Morning Glory or extra choice Panny
and a copy of Vick's Floral Guide. If
you state where you saw this notice you
will receive a package of flower seeds
Depressing times depress the mind ;
the digestion is disturbed. Two or three
doses of the S. B. Headache and Liver
Cure will restore your health to a nor
mal condition. GO cents per bottle.
For sale by C. G. Huntley, druggist.
Lock hart, TexAS, Oct. 16, 1889.
Messrs. Paris Medicine Co.,
Dear Sirs: Ship us as soon sb possi
ble 2 gross Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic
and will not have any other. In our
experience of over 20 yerrs in the drug
business, we have never sold any medi
cine which gives such universal satis
facsion. Yours respectfully,
J. S. Browns & Co.
For sale by C. G. Huntley, druggist
r01ICE W HKItEHV OIVE.V THAT THE
11 uiiderali.'De'l Bat eoii 'pointed bjr ih i
County Courto: the olla ol Or a lor Clck-
dim Louuty, jrniuu:rttior, wnu mo win n
nrxiid, ol itie ealate ol Aug Hue Rir;!ey, da
ctaaeU. All peraoua tmviug Qtimi agiuai taid
eintJ are bereby nottn&l to irvtit the fcimeto
me pDpery tri-mitd at mrofliej iti Oieto 1 Ciljr,
or iron, within all month I pun till, .
Jau.iy, ls7. L. L. foli i tK,
l-.-J, 2-2B AJmlul-lrnl it aforvanl 1.
DEM0REST PUBLISHING CO.,
110 Fifth Avei.iio. New York,
Ths Queen of Fashion Magazine
FOB. THRCB MONTHS and
A McCall Cazar Pattern
rf tit ntylMi waltt will be mailH to yoo ritRF!.
1 .-civ. .irj yuu cut out init adrrrtlaeairnt and Knit
witli the tumpt and butt oimure. We Oder ihie
r ,-tiny to tuiihcr introduce our Biaffatlne and pau
t Ti,t. Not more khao out Order iU be aCil
rtofire of Final Ketllrmrnt.
JOflCE IS HEKK8Y OIVE.V THAT TUB
tin leraig ie i d nl il trat " of ihd oaUlo ui
1 uum i J. IiKli-b, luoi-el. baa lliod lu I ho
; limy Court, ol Caknmia County, Oreua,
1 1 Uual aoo'uut aa au'jha linirjiat-at r am tliat
Mo:i l,.y t llr.td y o lr. h, at 2 o rl m
P.M., at lha touuiy Coirt Uimmu, iii Uriiu
City. t' aki n CjUUL, llrcit i.i. Una btoii n
pointed aa (he time and ler Ly aald C-turt I ir
beuriuK aa 1 d) etmaitiir any aii'l all nil-ctlona
toaaid arouut. otOKGE J. L'KUI ,
Jai..Vl'U7 AJtil m-lr.il.ir.
bkuwsiM. A Caxpbrll, 1-iti, 2-ai
Alt iru for AdiniDialr.tor.
NOTICE H HEItEBY C1VKN II1AT 1 II K
uu'lem en-.il Ima bm nuixilnud hy tho
Cuu ity Court uf Ciaekamti Ciiiut", ail nliua
trHtnx ol tiid eatate of entries 1, rili.t r. de
ce-ed All ierou liavniK vialma Klnt lu i
etite "f anid djiii'detit are h'rely tiot fled tn
lrca'. nttl.e amenuiy rurllli d accord D to law
for piymeut t tna iiiid'-nijind at li.ima-c ii
C a' liHin County, Ort ( in, or at the oilxe o
ilrowue.l k I'aiattwli, Oregon City, Uteirin.
Within aix mnntiia irom ih iime of tin- notice.
February 6, lmi7. FLORA I'il.USTKK.
Brownkll 4 Camppkll, Ad mliii-trati 1 1.
Atlorm-ya tor a liulul-tralrlx 2 S-5.
OTICE H HEREBY OIVEM THAT THE
d r-lueJ una b" D ai.po'iiio.l admluia-
IMtor uf the eitiitd of lleruiau Aotfii-t Mohr
Kiano, duvt;A4e., oy fie Co;inty Court ot tue
siate ol U'. ijoii, lor tlu County of C ackamat.
All neraoua b iviiii billa airaluat tlio aaiu et ile
are uerjbr uutitei to prumnt ilia anno lor piy-
nieni 10 me property Teriiiuu wun voucnera at
WiUonyu.e, Oregon, within tlx montua from
tbia latj T thuy will be louver birr-'d.
titled tun 5t i day of (i-liru iry, 1hj7.
JOHN f. MOHRilANN,
Adm niatrnt ir of tue eatate ol liurmm Auuuit
lioannanu, d:cei'j,. 212,3-12
.XOTlHie tit IIRkRRV filVfM TIlaT TIIIT
UDderalxned liaa be n by tne County Court
oi tue oiatx of Oreg u. lor tue County of Cieck
atoaa, apioluted aumlulatrntor ol the entile of
Amuroie S. Latou. ucceated. and all i.eraoui
bavin clalina airalnat tie aal l eatnte are hereoy
uotlfl :d to preaent tue aarai to me for paymuut
with the proper and neceaary yoiioheri at my
place near Ml. Flea-aut, Claukamna Couiitj",
OreKon, witMn alx montua Irom this date or
they will be barred.
U tied tola P.iu day Ol Kebruarr, A. O 1H'J7.
WAKU 11. LAW TON,
Ailmlnlitrator of the e.tate ol Ambrose B.
Lawtoo, deceatel. 2 1'J, K-ltf
In Iho Clrcu:t Court of thj Hut ot Oregon, for
William H. White, plaintiff, va Frank Jonoe.
Notice to Frank Jonei, defendant:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF ORE
eon, you are beruby reuulred to appear and
au.wer the complaint tiled againat you In the
above entitled ault by the flrat day of the next
term of tbla Court fo. lowing the expiration of
the time pnacribed in theurder of publication
lu the timmoua made hirelu, to-wlt: Hy the
third Monday in April, Wl; and If you falljao to
auawer, fur waut tuereof, puintiir will appiy to
the Court for the reliel demanded in the com
plmiit, viz: Tbe foreclosure of the uiortKaite
mad) and executed by you Pi Edward 8. Elliott
and Betty H. Moore, on the Mtli day ol Oi tobjr,
1HX7, upon certain lands In Clackainai County,
edited by you to aald par ilea and for the aale ol
aid mortgaged premiaea toiatialy the amount
due upon aald promlaaory note
: inta aummona la pumiane'i oy oraer oi tne
Hon. T. A. Mciirlde, Judseof aald Cnnrt.made
and dated the 7th day of January, 1HD7. Bald
publication to be made lor the period of alx
week at leaat once each week in the Obeoon
City Esiiai-Biea. W. W, THAYER and
HENRY ST. KAYNKR,
-22, J-J Aitorueya for plaiutiff.
I.t'iivt's IVrtliinil, Ttifslay,Tliurn
day nml Suturthiy nt t:;i() n. m.
Arrives Moiulav. "WeilncsiKiv nml
This is the (Iront Sooiiio Itotito.
All tourist n-Itnit tlint tho sct'iicry
on tho Mitldlo Col n i n bin is not ex
celled for henuty inul prnntli'iir in
tho Uiiitol States. Full i"ifonin
tio n by uiMreHHinjr or oiillinj' on
J. N. II A K.N KV, Ag.-nt,
Tel. ON. Portland, Or.,
Ollico ami wliarf, foot of Oak St.
H0 UMSTHK.N tKHUN
nw yiiin lwiojiiii)
The 0. R. & N.
No Chang of Cars between
Shortost Lino to Spokano
t tlNNKl IKK niill
nUU K'iltt KtfUTU Oh-
VHHIU, KrtSSI.J VII, JlIKCIIS
iKb,SI, l,!f HUU liMOTK.VIY
Low Kates and Through Tickets
FDR I'AMt'tll.KTH AMI HKTAII.ICI)
INKul-M TluN, W III I k TO
W. H. Hurlburt,
(ii'lirral l'iMciiiit'r A(t'lit.
O. R. & N. Co-
EAST AND SOUTH
ftviirrrt-pfaift fix '. 1 II
Steamer (r. W. Shaver,
ComiiHnriiiK Auril 15, lHtHI, will Ictve
1'urtliinil fait of Wniihliiifttiii "trt't Tuca
iluv, Tliurmlay riuI Sunday vininK nt
S oVliM k KiMurniiiif, lfvc t'lulNltaiile
Moiulny, Wed licit. In y nml Krliluy vt'n
in(fKt SoVttH'k. Will imnit Oak IVInt
nlMiiit 7; Stfll 7:15; Mayjii-r 7:W;
Kitinl.-r Hilt); KlutimU:15; St. lliduim
10 :.'I0. Arrivn in TortUm! 1 :.1t) a. in.
Tli in 1 tin' ni'urt'Ht ami ttuwt dlrcrt
ronl lo tho gri'iit Nolinlt'in vitllcy.
Til K SHASTA KOUTE
SOUTHliKX I'ACIIIC COM TAN Y.
Kpre Trulm loave PortlnnJ I)llr.
H Hi r.V
Or .m liy l.r
fit. Kranrlarn .y
1 'a a. at.
' ', S, St. 18. A 4, 44 and 4fi Inclita oittrmlirtra.
Lma' TaiLne-Maiii lUaoia. I'laln tailor,
budlrriare vrry lahl'. njl.lt Jl prcarnt. '1 hia
atylNh dcaign la cut to lit the lijfurr pcrlrctly. It
I. n Krrnch lUrtaand lamailr with the curved arama
s i hrcumina; to the form. It may be worn plain, aa
' mn In the illustration, or aiuiply trimmed nlib
br.i: I, piaarmrntrrie or pimp,
'I lie ljucen cf Kaahlun la t!ie tirlchmt, moat
ai-l-i.-t and atrictly l'-'i'i-Oaie raaliion and llouae
lu; I Maga-ine puhlnhed. Contalna rai h month
;i4 'r of intcmuii'r rradlng miitirr and from
a; to v a,aoi.iiri v hf.vt anil orli;inkl pattern de-
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wo ..I enT.ivint'a.
The AUCitl l.nmr Pattrrno hire twi-n known
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"I harw ar already toiliflatiooaitf an vnurnionaaala.
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Socond-Class Slooplng Cars
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for 15 cents or in a box con
taining six of theso vials for
50 cents. If he will not get
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10 8pkuciBt.,New York.
ff-M, 60 VIAR8'
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Three Important Points
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