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OREGON CITY ENTEKMISK, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 109.
OlHUliE AT HA It IIMK,
(Concluded from page one)
ring shout crying and trying to get com
fort from oilier persons, hut all wens
too bust to look at tlieui. Scores of
A LKTTMl IHOM MANILA.
I.ss Harding Trlli of i'ni.ieany I In
l lrlil of tUMIs.
Mami.a. P. I., March 21, HW.
My lVar Folk Cliaiing niggers, hard
Ht.il F.SfATh TiSH-KIW.
Furnished Fury Wet k by the t'lmla
ma Abstract A TriM CompanTa
women and children hastily timl 1 "nl'tinir. ami man-killing marvhc hai
nation to leave the pla.-e. Packing plventhe program since we left Manila
what few belonging could te gathered j ,h v-ib ' "" There! you
toother -luicklv, a crowd rushed to the hv "", hole "''"a" nut-aludl.
-I,.,-, I intent irelliiiir ah.iar.1 th i ' ' written in the cut near me
iIeHi, intent upon
aiasscnger train that a noon to leave
Jor Spokane. Other took to the hilli for
hay as we came in yesterday to aaait
further onlera and have a real. No I
mafety for a few hour, hoping to I able I trv " ' brief account of our
o return ioon to their home. doing of the last ten .lay. especially
The O.K. AN Co. lost several freight I"1 lastfour or live, a that cartridge
-cam hy the explosion at the Hunker Mill j contained most .if the flrt few day
Sullivan null, at leant tluve being ut- j .Wide we may hav to move
terly demolished and a number more or "? moment. o here goo for the
less da mailed. After the striker had ','"tr
(ken oessio! of Northern Pacific! Tl second ami hardest bat'l wa
lrains and run them on 0. K. A N. track j flight ou the todi alien K . ami 1
t Wallace, two of the men. ea-h beimt ' companiea again crossed the river and
tuasked and cirrying a loaded Winches
ter ri lie, went into the station, covered
the telegraph operator and demanded
that he ak for orders from the train dis
patcher to run the train to Wardner, a
Jitaiice ol 10 tulles. Order were rv
took up a Heitin ippoite the insur
; gent alio acre on Die Uland. Then
' both side went at it a if the remit
would turn the fortune of the Filipino.
I The bullet fell like hail around the Ihjvs
and manv had extremely narrow eeics,
I send with (till two film. One I
very valuahle, a It wa rxMcd In the
field. Please tell Mr. Cheney to get the
lnol out of thn film, a I did Hot have
good light. Two exposure show Co. I
In a very severe skirmlah, (Mug and Jit Kddy In J P Coultner,
U'lng fired at. Please send me a picture 1 acre In see '.'I, t II r I e .
of each, a the hoy am anxious to see , J II K.l.ly to J P t'oullner, IL1 80
the view. 1 cannot take my ramera I arret in Coultner clnim
with me a my Him are all gone. I am 1 1) l Miller to A M Church 1 chain
anxiously waiting for the one that must i u , nd 5 , W M
beonthewsy. j gertol? S Hi acre in see
Will go on with my story now, hut I :;i, I A s, r 0 a Act of Coiigrce. . . .
uuy ha to atop any at time. Word I J A Join to J M sec llil, t 5 s,
reached 11 on the moiningt.f the I'.Hhj r ll a
ttiatae were going alter Filipino, to ' Slate to J A Jones, M, I 8
drive them up the rountry, also that we t, r tl a
were to rest ue a battalion of the 2.M. , f ltuahey to C OT William, lot
The evening heftre they had lieen am- lu, "0, hlk l:t, (iUdatmift
hushed and out of :'I0 men thrre or four ( T limn 11 to J J Timsle. lot V, 10
hlk .M, liladstone
1 a .
fused hy the disatiher. and then the j ,ml no on " '"I"""111" tn,r ''"
inker concluded to risk making the ' 1 om? '"n " H '' "l"t
unwild. The company supposed they j l,ullel- The distance between the two
m ould, so kept even thing else out of the as about 100 yards, our boy. plainly
war. At2::!0 vesterdar afternoon the I insurgent otlicets order their
telc.-r.mh wire were cut at Wardner.
and for some time there ws no coiiimu-1 M0,, our fi' 1,0 lo,,,,r-
nication with the place. The striker I thvir fl,ie trenches they were mowed
held .111 trains four or fivs hours, hut it I down by cur two ei.inp miea who had
i np;oed they did so to prevent them
ten tdev cull l.t
As thry left
1 were killcil, ami .1 woulnled. That
morning we commemtsl our long march (
and kept It np until dark (hat night, j
We made the longest nd hardest I
march ever nude by our force since
landing. We forced (lie enemy hack
about 12 mile over a terrible country.
Over hill, through thick brush end
through valley the order of the
day. Moat of the time it w tire, then t 4 , r 3
go ahead through terrible heal. Our ,mn to I. C Ihishey, lot
waier gave out soon, so the hoy had to j lu i,,. i-i ii,,ine
drink aater that wa green, hut it taste 1 1 1 M (,u.riw.n to C F and A Par-
ling, lots 2, ;l, sec 17, 12 , r 3 e. .
It.s k to M A Jarvl Kl1,' acre
end ofe'of se', see III ; ll1j
ai re lii s end of '( of n.'g of
s s.-c :i2, 1 1 a. r II e
W A Jarvl lot) Ihxk 21aitea see
M. t 2 a, r :i a
A A Fisher In II A KUlns, lot 4
and 1 hlk CI, Windr, se' sec
good. One found an instirw'enl'acaiiieeu
full of water that had been drpied. We
lost one Oregon man killed and three or
lour wouiHltM wlule many gave out.
j After marching that great dis'ance we
lain ex poced in a wad during the whole I n,,', ,or u,en u", k 0,,t ',,r
fpiini rnnnin 1 Snf.i iln.sjt talltur than ! lai"''
After ll.ey had left, a detail from h'1 ' about 2( mile
bm a design to damage or diM-ommoile our i r"'J ' "' '"' l"M " .
I 1.., I 1..:... ! 11 VUU thliril H Krhl 111. u Hit li..fM m
small 1 - - -
are going. The next day after the big
tl,e i Inw.t ; many dea l anil iiying wiitnn a
Afurl.i return vul rri.t.n : Mce of land, lu the meantime the
Mohler.oftheO. K A X 'sent a n.e. ! -ry had leen shelling the city of j "'rTg-r-chase w e .-a.i.e back to town f.r;
a, to Governor SteonenWrg sUting : V' its ou,'k d'uve ,i,e order and a ret Now we l, avet..,yj
1,e seriouanese of the a.it.tiun in tli ! " lfk from tl.e lur end of the J" ' 'onditK.n. We h ave a few he- J
'island which gave the 22d a chance to ""0 are 1101 aoei-i gi, mil witn ,
OO lioaard to F l l.uulsey, 2l.l4
acre in 1 Krr claim, t 3 , r 2
II I'tWter to K ril-ter lot 2, 2, tract
tl. Oik Orove
K l.udy to It F I Inn, tract in OC
tier hlk 3l. Oregon City
F. A S Miitiicr (guardiin) to II Mel
ilriim .V) acre in wt' 2'i, t ft s, r
THE FLAG OF 8TAK3.
Oh. slim ll"1 esrr s..nih-
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p. will) 'l r)l-slhsjirllii kle
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Km 1 1,-1 lili Ml lierssl.U y l'1
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H11I rierlh siM H aiel ea.l su.l
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l lm nsll in tml llf .
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tJ..l ml sml - 'Oil su.l linrlh
llm pi't of His l'"l.
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s I nmnr hsiels In lt--r.
pill uiie sun l"r lli n"l;
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Ui man; lniimil snil iiiIihImI.
lllil ..! Ililn. I ami nil" I' "tfll
I., it - " llir-imli mnllnsni
llis iiaiii ii's s.'t'l haa ningl
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An.l lli amiil.i ri.er ilna hi Mist'llw
Ilia nn II I lie " Vsnkie lul'
llmiliiia In S-iii f..r fn-'.l""! saaks
The Itaa- i f alun lll.fnrlil
fl. in sill llm illl) !. n lu llisks
Vw a'rlikhl i f His iirl.l
It... I.llelljr llmlllllll IB Viith
A LESSON IN COOKING.
a ..lt.. I I I... .
If J 011 auui'i 'Mieriie,
lira mi thn light side, p,.
shoulder blade, 1 itinl lntl lmt
!,i k headache, and feel lilt), lt41,
1 aee V yollf ller I torpid H,. ...
V ill's I lltl" l aity .
you pr ptlv. pleasantly ,,,)
liellMv hy reiiiovilig the l'uiig(: ,
i nilalng tl.e lulu d'lct In n..iltl,
They tire g.Ki
Lcnl Not. ecu,
1 ' , r I of His ad
i.l I is. k '!.
II I mill,!
11. al 1I1 Isii.lai 1
II ... nilial. ,,
Vur d'Alenea, and exDiescing the hope ,
W A Jam to O
It Smiih claim,
s. r 3 e
land and tight it wav along. The Wash-: u" 'ceptnm tlie boys are in goo-l con
that the IJ4I10 authorities aould re-
.1 . .1. . 1.. ,
urn nr.ler r..l i.m-A.-t ..r.rle fr,.i, arrr un u.r inner Sloe HUlllI i
destruction, l ater in tl,. ,Ut rh- ...v. oik. Companies M, I., P. snd 15 1 1 'lo '' ou
ernorwired a respond saying that he ; flril, '"lo ,,,r ,i,v ,rol " I''.'"
u!d direct hU liest endeavor to that
at a rni:e of from N:i to 1200 tard
One man in Co. I was woundeil in the
breast. The gunboat wa up the river
doing good w oik. Co I must lie under
a charm a it ha with Co. K, been under '
the heaticst fire of all the rest of tj,,, j the rest are are doing nicely,
companies, yet ha not lost a man.' Well, gssl ,ye for a time. I will write
Koland, one of the Oregon C.ty lvt was) '"-",r i get a chance, a Inch is
a large ' ""''ty seU..m on the tield. Papa
J knoa how it i. l.tt.
(Jour.ty Teachers' Association a held in "'""'I ul" l".T ieu ami was
tl.e se-hotl buildinu atParkpUe. At ril "I'ieJ I'J our troop. The insurgent
end, and use all his authority to uphold ;
the iaw. j
tt)I".TT TE.U'IILI'V ASM)rlATI0!(
Jin l.iti-reMtac Vetting Held In the
Til K CI.ACKAii l " AHTK ACT t
TKL'ST CO. are the oat.eraof the copy-
i a a . t rf. A . .1 . I a A I
Iaminexcellr.it health and f "'" u ""' '
that day letter ' ,,r 1 ' kamaa county, an. I have (
than I did. I),. i.,K aorre .l-,nt m- e omy complete ei 01 a.Hi.ra. ia in hi.
luM.i.u. 1 1 ..1 it ! t oiinty, can funuh information
ii.a.w . an, im,.( r ryt imv vi 111 pfi,
for fear that 1 might possibly get su k
and te lelt l-eliind and the "injins" can-
hit by a spent b.til al.icU made
The regular meeting of The Clackamas uu' M rl
not hit the side o( a barn (unle bt aeci
dent.) Hea, Ligus, Junea, Scott
title lo land at once, cn application.
Loans, Investments, real estate, abstracta
et(. Otllce over Itank of Oregon City.
. ("ill a 11. 1 iliVeatlxatM A.l.lr..aa Lit .17?
an. 1 1 -
Oregon City Oregon.
SO, l.-WJ. The meetipg was called to
order at the u-ul time, by the president,
:X. W. Bowland.
The minutes ol the previous meeting
rerc read bt the secretary. Fannie G.
Pcrter, and approved. j ctnpany. but saw much
I'ruf J V i;Uii.u,i .n ..M,...l,ll",liJ I was all over
had left fine Intrem hinent and had !
made a most stubborn resistance which
reultel in seores killed and wounded,
w hile we loet aWiut four killed and 12 to
15 wounded. Hnissed this battle with;
Spain's Greatest erd.
Mr. K. P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Spain,
spends his winter at Aiken, S. C.
Weak nerves had caused severe ain in
the back of his head. On using F.leo
trie Bitter. America's greatest Hlood
What They Hill Preach About.
At the Preshyterisn church Hev.
Montgomery will hold communion rr
vice in the morning and in the evening
hi Subject will be "On the Border of a
When the companies landed it fell my
luck to be detailed w ith two men, to take
welcome to the teacher which wa
terv ai'inorjriate. He alliiiled to iIik
(hue when the Association wa organ-! t"''r,e ' '''e launch until they returned
ized, and dwelt on the work done since Bot ,oon lUl- Gen wtot
(hat time. j compliment and ordered the launch to
The nrotfrm was onened bt .innina- uroUl(ul UP u,e "vw """'eu.ateiy.
"America" Mis Daisy Rivers acting as
"deugraphy" was the stibjecf of a
arefui!t preiared arid very interesting
rrr bt Millard Ilvatt
a k'. . ..i.- ,.ilthe 20th and 22nd
- v v VJIX I'J I I MKCUi l9 U J t
I and Nerve Hemely, all pain soon left
him. lie sys tin grand medicine ia
what hi country need. All America
know that it cure liver and kidney
trouble, purifie the bhxd, tones up the
stomach, strengthen the nerves, put
vim, vigor and new life into every muscle
nerve ami organ of the body. If aeak,
tired or ailing you need it. Kverv bottle
guaranteed only 5J cent. Sold by Geo,
I A. Harding, Druggist.
Key. I'.olinger, of the Cugregaliuiia)
church will huld coiumrinion sir vice In
the morning, and in the evening he con
tinue hi series on the life of Jacob,
the itijeet of thl one lieing "Keaping
justice lo the good thing prepared for
.dinner by the uiembers of the Park place
Called to order at 1 0 by Supt. X.
Miss Mattie Longacre sang "Kvery
American Girl is a tjueen," and re
sponde 1 to an enthuiiiitatic encore with
t This ir when "fun" or work rather com
Dienced (or me. The boat legan to
traiu-Krt tioop from the main-land to
the island, a they were badly needed.
In all we took scroti about liX) men of
Intfy. Among the
first to land was a 20th comuany. As it
tt'a ha i net fnentat.1 Ai.a . t !h a . ... . I
, . . . . ill agree that the infliction is demoniac
wa shot through the heart. On tl.e ,
hill-side, over our head wa a 3-inch
The ancients believed that rheuma
tism wathe work of a demon within a
man. Anyone w!o ha had an attack
of sciatic or inflammatory rhrurxaiisiii
"school sang "Oregon," Mis Maggie
iiliaiin acting a organist.
Little Beth Cotper recited "The Even
The feature of thi meeting was 'an
,' ad.lre.-a on "mathniatics" by I'rot. E.
JMilm-r, of the Portland high echool.
Tlie science of arithmetic rank among
-the purest and roost logical products ot
the human mind, and is a result of phil
osophical labor from the days of earlieHt
scholars to the present time. Through
out the entire lecture Prof. Millner held
the closest attention of his audience.
Mm. C. H. I've spoke on the "History
of Oregon." Early history was the sub
ject so ably handled hy Mrs. Dye, but
her thoughts were clothed in such
Jx-autiful language, that one t-eemed
Einteiiing to a romance. She paid a
foeautiful tribute to the memory of the
-early pioneers, especially Dr. Jason Lee,
Dr. John McLaughl n and Dr. Marcus
The thanks of the Association were for
mally tendered to Prof. E. A. Milner,
MUs Longacre, and Mrs. C. H. Dye.
The attendance at this meeting was
large, and apparently much interested in
4he work done.
On motion, Association adjourned to
meet again at Harmony, the last .Satur
day in May.
Bkktha M. Gliisos.
enough to warrant the belief. It has
nneer l.uMn f-taima.l llial fM. ..lu..l.. ; .. -
gun and feveral companies Gnng into.,, - ,, . , , ... ,
, , . ' "m I54''n would cast out demon, but
the rebels, who sent Mauser bullet ;, ,. . . ....
, . . , .. . 1 1 . i i it ill cure rheumatism, and hundred
back in return. Thee bu eta dropid 1 . ... .........
, ... ,11., : 'ear testimony to the truth of this sl.te-
around us in the water like hai, but no. ,, , , .. ,. ..
... . , . i nient. One application relieve the nam
one on the launch was touched.' , .. : , , .. . . , , .
-iu ion, ijoii.- renei wnico uau jr ill
The graduating class of the Park place ! Gfn; Wl'n directing Uie Wort,
many time Us cost.
sale by G. A. Harding Druggist.
Don't think you can cure that slight
attack of Dyspepsia by dieting, or that
it will cure itself. Kodol DysH-n,U
Cure will cure it; it "digest what you
eat" and restore the digestive organ to
healtfi. Gko. A. H.Hitsi.
After all of the troops had crossed I
took the bodv of the L'Oth man and three
wounded men acrou ; also two prisoners.
One of the wounded had his thumb shot
j away a he wa ready to shoot. The
jshot alHo took away about six inches of
the fctock of hi rifb;. Alter this was
j ordered back to take back our two
companies, then was relieved. Duck
and canoe tame down the river, the j
ormer, by the hundreds. By dark 1
J a-ig was noting but a ma of ruins,
as everything wa burned.
We did nothing for the next two day
but lay around and eat duck. You fee w e
were what wa called a flying squadron,
under Gen. Wheaton. Our duties were
to go wherever needed and to strengthen
any weak place. Yesterday that bri
gade was broken up, although we will
still jierforin the same duties. ' Secondhand Rambler bicycle lor f 10
On the evening of the IStli it was ! ' Huntley' Book Store
thought we would move to town as it
The rich man' whiskey is HAIU'EK
because it is siiprem -ly delicious. The
poorman'a whitkey i IIAKPF.lt, he
cause auch good whiskey help him.
The family whiskey is HAKI'Elt, be
cause it's pure, pleasant and strengthen
ing. Sold by C. U. Iluntly, Oregon City
Key. Brenner at the Evangelical
I.uthren church will preach Sunday
moruing on "Christian Praver," First,
a "A Bless-d Power" Second. "A
(ireal Privilege." On May 21 confirma
tion service will beheld at the church
and the following person will le re
ceived as member of the I.uthren
church: A. Hittner, F. Bittner, M.
Schink.T Strohmeyer, A. Baiiman.
Haw Miibw rrir I p
lluaai t Mekrn.
"Tim lift lime I ran away from
home lenrned a trii k or two that wa '
tvi.tfli the whl'e. " said a well known
bllslln-s luifn "I stneted out oil several
niiaiitliorlnil imir 1 1 adventure I for
I rem hi d yenr of dl ri tl.-li. hut tha
flrt Is must vividly linpreax np..n my i
liieiimry Three of us kid caught a ;
(night train and K"t s"iii" of 70
inlli' away (ruin In -me l f..fe the Ort
lilghtf.ill Thi tl wedidn t know where
to s I the nlgl.t S. viriil attempt I" ,
iiunrter oiirelvi In im tr r on ',
I the al.le tr.u of a little tillage I'lilT '
I sraiilli.l In mil la lfi' i ll. I... I nMuV and
threiitetied with urrt. sl wn went to :
the nllt.kirts nl the l.oe iili.l built a
lire mi llm I niik ( a 1'ttle r.i k Ib-ra '
we innde oiir-i lve a ininf..rul.i' a
Jxianll le u in) i. lie of lo nl lla had ai til
ally doted i IT (..r ah..rt t.ntwhen a'
regul.ir In. bo. a g.N-l .(M-, inn n of thn
reul nrtli m in. I ii 1. .n and wanted
to khi'W If w e hud a0 thll-g 1 cat I f
ctitirve we li.i.ln I I
" 'Well he .aid Mf y.ill filler 11
ketch a chicken I 11 show yon a trick
that'll I"1 n-a-f n to y.m
"It dldn t Like iia ...g tointchlh
chicken and t ru.g it I n. k The veteran
nn ml- r if the 11..111U In- fraternity
wrung it 11.1k J. rki.l i fl It head,
clentied It and gi'tng down to the rferk
wraddnl it up fmlhivra fe t and all. In
a llg lull of il.iy Thi liefi.lled
Into the fire mid nr i-. Hie hurtling
ember up ar.'iihd it Th Uy s.an
liardeiiiil. and we cut. I m-v It among j"' 'h
the wisal e. u U gr.idu.illy lii miiig a
bright cherry red When it did ". th
nxiK roiieii it nut a-uin h i it o I a
little and tin 11 lr ke It i.-n with a
ti.liil The feiillnr hud stink loth
bakiil clay arid a i h un inviting chh k
rn wn ready to lw srvn All th
nioiatiiro tloit lu ordinary linking I I sit
had Ui'il kept lu by the l.rii Llike In
cisure, nn. I the iimra. I that fell lo my
lot was the juii li-t and " I have
ever eaten " Ciiiciinniti r.n.(uirir
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viti.; i n x vii in
Alloll.rlt ur t .
Ill Akasal amiiaiailaBa.
At a l.nintii t given iu K. hest.r two
f thn ripeeteil giimt Were tillable to
le priw rit Thn order o( seating dap
jHiied to 1 such that a particularly
tiiVinl and mint, nt.lt, 1, nl, 1, 1 ..i.il. i.,.n
uev. uoerg win preach a usual at the ; ant w ith mm o( the tacant elniir on
Meihodiat church Sunday morning and j each aide uf him The empty chair
in the evening an illustrated lecture will , and first ciur ( ov.tcr were h ft In
be given by the Japanese lecturer, M. I'1'"" '"r t""' '" "" the rxpec. .
Markinbwar. I 'u "rr'v"l Th m.litury gi nil. m.,u
th'Ti-rore (nlllil IlluVe neither lo the
Siu Fraticlsca's Sew ( barter.
right imr to
bciiincd tlir. ill;
Thi remarkable charter was drafted ii,,.v n..i... ii,.. ........ t ... 1.. ..
--' ' ... inn eiiiiirctll
by a Ixiard of llfteen "freeholders," who , U,lutl,,ii Afh r tin. l aliuuet a, .1110 mi.
luiio. eiitiy rokal htm
'How did you enjoy yonrseir. old
had been, In accordance with a constitu
tional provision, electe I in Irecetuber.
1S'7. for the iiiirixiHfl of iirenarinir and chnpT
nronosiriif a rharter fur Sun knn. .!.... ' '''r"t
, -1 ...
As required by the constitution, thi'. " k'.
. , , . iii , . ,1 ln,v w ho
board Of freeholder, llider tho presi- ti .- 1 1
dencyef.Mr. Joseph Britton. ins.le its'
draft of a charter within the ensuing Th M"naaeu iiuai.ami i Morthir.
ninety days after it election, and I'"l,, Wiittermm Missly IH-Iievisi tlmt
signed the document on March 25, ISMS, i niisimnu win. ( lin m iminiigeil I
no, .uiii iiiiiniiging. iiinl then, a 1...
hi. replied hrlnkly
next to 11 Cull pin of (i .
there 'l!. Inati-r
Wantkd, a fresh milch cow.
j at this office.
Jraphite 5 cents, tire tape 5 cents,
Tubber cement in tubes, 5 cents; repair
lits, complete, 10 cents; locks, 20 cents;
bells, 10 cents; cyclomers. 50 cents;
lamps, fl. 00; saddles" 75 rents; peddles,
per pair, $1.50; floor pumps, 50 cents
:tnd all other bicyclist's supplis at
equally low V'ces at Huntley's Book
It makes no difference bow bad the
wound if you use DeWitt's Witch Hazel
8blvej it will quickly heal and leave no
scar. Gko. A. Hakdi.no.
wan thought that our work wa ended in
that part of the country. But the hard
est pait wan yet to come.
March 23. I was suddenly called
from thi letter on the 21st and have
not had much of a chance to liniHh it.
An Epidemic of Whooping Cough.
Last winter during an epidemic of
whooping cough my children contracted
the disease, having severe coughing
spells. We had used Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy very successfully for
But now I will have to finish it hurf idly croup and naturally turned to it at that
aB we are ready to move. We were all
joined lant night by the 3d battalion from
the waterworks which assembles the
regiment with the exception of Co. H.
This company will stay w here it i
We do not know where we are going
but we think we are bound forMaluhon,
then Malalos. You will have heard of
the fall of the innurgent capital long be
fore this reaches you, I think.
The "Sherman" with 1759 rnen, (3rd
U. K. Infty.and two battalions ol the 17th
Infty., arrivedinthebayyesterday. The
3rd Infty. is a part of our brigade. We,
wlfh this regiment and the 22d Infty. are
the three regiments that make the 3rd
brigade nf thn Firwl. iliviuinn nr,,l,.r i:...,
I - - ' - -' - . -. . . . w u..uu. uui
Wheaton, a good man.
time and found it relieved the cough
and elfected" a complete cure. John K.
Ci.irTOKu, Proprietor Norwood House,
Norwood. N, Y. Thi remedy Is for sale
by G. A. Harding, Druggint.
The curse of overworked womankind
are quickly and surely cured by Karl'g
Clover Koot Tea, the great blood purifier
and tissue builder. Money refunded if
not satiofactory. Price 25 cts., and 50
cts. C. G. Huntley, the Druggist.
It wa submitted to the Vuters of San
Francisco, who duly ratified it on May
2U. lH'.lS, and it then had to await the
approval of the legislature. That sp
lutter principle. ., ,,, -j-),,, .,.
dies' Home .li.iirniil. '-fur both hiii.hiind
and wife to adopt In whilst lug them
selves to the new relation tlum that of
provai wa uuiy granteii several week trying to no cm Ii hy thn other what
ago with the concurrance ol the gover- j ttre acciiHtoiin.d to cull tlm siuiii
nor. Tho charter accordingly take ' '""T a woman ninlcrtahli
eiroct with the beginning of next tear '"'""i,"' " li'islmnd In tter tlum she
and the olficers who are to exercise tl, ' ',"?. Um "'l"r thing by hi,,,.
1 " "i I "IIIIIIIS II 111 prilC
functions et forth in lis provision will
be elected, a we have already remarked,
next November. Thu the city of San
Francisco will have entereil upon an
extremely significant new in era it muni
cipal life; and all American interested
in the organization and government of
great town of the country will be eager
ticca doing thn square, thing ,y t.r
men Who Would he iiflrotlted If hn Were
to bu told that, judged hy his own busi
ness NtaiidanlN. lie hiildiiiuiiy U.-ult un
fairly w ith In own wifn '
Mr. Walklii.' riiil, Inherit..?.
"I don't sen," Haid Mr Mulberry.
U'l.lP 11.11 ..,.. I . . .a. J'
to follow the workingofac ,er that 7U TZ'Z"
n many regard ., highly conimemlabl,, ! j-,m firo bri enoujl, ,,, Hh , "d,
beyond all dispute., while in other re- j na dull can bo. "
Bar th ThI Kind Yon Haw Always Bought
H!Ct it I designed to promote experi
ment that will help to settle questions
now much disputed in mure than one
American municipality. From "The
Han Francisco Charter," by Albert
Shaw, in the American Mou thly kH
view of Kevin wa for May,
Need assistance it may be l.i.ai i..
render it promptly, but ono should re
member to use even the inoet perfect
remedies only whim needed. The best
an1 most simple and gentle remedy !
the Syrup of Fig, manufactured by the
California Fig Syrup Co.
Ethel May Cheney, the leading artist
in Cheney's gallery is turning out a
fine pictures as Imr brother, who is one
I of the most natural artists in tho west.
"It's thi way." answered Mr Mul
berry "ilr Watki,,' great grand
mother a half sinter' second cousin by
marriage could tracu her descent from
Lhiiuccr. So. yti ,..,, aftl.r ui w,h
nch literary claims. w couldn't very
well lenvo Mr Wi.tkin out "Har
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'IIIOwAN M II.I.VAM
IUie-1 il.lt i:h ,!tr r April, l
NorifKIs) IIKKl.HY lilVKVU.
ui.ilrr.iiis.l hat lis i, iiuir aci-.n-
I lis-1 .Mini r,i f f ia, ,,,
Mats uf Hfr.iu, at a.lnli.latrai.ir ;
ratal nf A.,.,r lfihail. .Ism
All -sft..iit l,, , ,,,,,,, aaltil u,
tale ars lirfsl, n.itif.s I.i ,rsai.l ui
ith ..n. Inn. at (i, a ia ul'l aulC:
I'. I'. I aiuursi'. ma aituriirt. I -rili.Hfrh-ii
(i, ,lt i,h,,
V. S. Hi: Mil AU
,, In. nn. iiaiur a'.nsia
l'aia.1 April ai, ( ;..;
Norm: it iiki:i:hv uivkn u
Uii.lrr.,,(i( ,a i,,),,
ll, eli um i I a iinmitiiai,,, ,gi.
la's lit M!a. hl.av, .Ir. ra.o.l, all psra.
hsreiiy ii.iuiir i i ,m-i,i my rial"..
lliev ii, air ,.,, ,h.,,, ,,j u
varlllnl aciunhii , ,0 ,t lV
rr.l.tsiie at (,,,;, o,,.,,,, n.
lien, lh Iroin ti, tr, .luMirai nn (
Fl.lAflKt II I'MA'I
, , A.inli.itlrii';
lUle.l April H i, t r .,(,,.,
April '.'s, a ri, j i;
.oll. e itr I'ImiiI rwetllriueil-
Nnllerl hrn-hy Kvrn that li
igne.l, ailmiiil. trad. r ol Mm e.laisof l
line I'oe, il.-ri a.i-,1, ,,, t n , l.
t'oiirt ol I Isi kaiuaa r.iunly, Hlale i0"f
hi final a. c.i. ii, i , ,,,, , aa. mi I , i trwid' '
al.l ramie, ami u,, ,M y, i,m
nf Junr, A. 1 1. Is m. at ii, n tnnir ol Po'(i
a. Ill hai l.een ll,.., hy, uiurlti'
lime lor hrarmg nf nlijnrli.in lo a:il W
anil Ihv stale, iirni ti,,r,,
. . , , Ki ana K. Cm
A.liiiliilalrstur ol ietaia 0( I'm
I o ileceaaeil.
A rnmllil Huiior.
"What do you think? Pupa asked
Jack If he expected to get ,,ny money
In marrying me. " '
"VViia .lack insulted T'
"Insulted T He told pop that a good
Wne w" !?'"' of an object to him
than wages. "-Detroit Free
Ciilcined e,,l ,)C(irlH Hre n , ,
n.edI,.Ul0 of Kreat potency by the Clil
In Hie Clreult Court of Hie Hlal (H
gon for 'lactam! Coumy,
lleriab. Ilni,.,., piaimiit, v. Jamrt1
In Ih nam nf tha Ntl of Oregon?
are hereby ie,iiire, to appear ami ""
Hie complaint llle.l SKt y0 n liH"
nnlllleil suit wlthl,, sii week from ll'
nl Hie ll ril piihllcaiiu,, u,,, ,,in.i'l,t
wit: March L't, In HI ; h llrat pulilM1
herrwif heing on the '.'t, Jay of Mari'li
ami the Ian Puhlii at being nn tti
lay ot May l i ri, f yo (all to l"""''
the plslnllir will apply to the roiirl W 1
relief ileiiiiiinleil In the romplaliil, lo":
For a ilecrea illaaolvum the t""'1
matrimony now existing hniaeen yonf
he plalntiil ou tha grouml of cruel H'"1
hiimaii tri-atmenl, ami personal linM''
renilerlng hie hurileiisoine.
For the ears and cilstisly and control
Ailrlati Hon llfl,,,,!, u,e lnllor chl"1,
plalnliir ami ileleinlant, ami lor suolio'''
relief a the Court .I..-,,.. .....l-.l.!
This Huinnion la pnlilUhe.l hy onWJi
Hon. lima. K. Ityan, lmlg of th WrA
( Otlrl (ll Clllckainna I',.. I Ir., -.Ill Itl "
stiSBiice uf ii,e preslillng Judge of ssi'l '
-oiirl, granted on this 22.1 ilsy of M"11
in muini uirecilng pulillcaiion ol inn
minis once a week" for six weeks,
Attorney lor riaintl"