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OREGON CITY ENTK11T1.ISK, FRIDAY, JULY
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Oregon City Enterprise.
PubHeilicd It very FVUIny,
l. u rourKK, r..riT..
I should be present to garrison nil place
I taken by the Ameiican.
Hn montlia 10"
Trial subscription to month "
A discount of .VI cent on all subscription
foe on vear, 25 cents (ur ill months, il
paid in advance.
Adrrr(i!niK rales given on application.
Subscriber till lln.l tlia dalr of exidra-
tlm tamped on their papet following
Ihetr name. It tnm uaie is noi mm. it
t l 1 1n two weeks slier a pavnient, kindly
notify m ami wf ill look alter it.
K itertd at the pouttl in Oregon City,
Dr., as around class matter.
ASKNT8 FOR THE ESTIRFKISK.
Braver Creek lr. T. B. Thomas
I'anby Ufo. Kniitbt
Clackamas A. Mather
I'nion Mills. . .
Meadow 11 rook
Wilsonvillt . . .
.Oscar W iincrr
0. J. Truliinger
V. S. Newberry
.., F. U Knecl
C. T. H..r.l
. K. M. i'Kir
E. M. Harm. an
.... Henry A. f nyder
, I. J. Perdu
J. C. Klli.m
K. (i.i l.v h
I.eo. J. Curnn
,Mr. M. J. Hammer
Adolph Am' bo It
Thk latest newt from Ihe Second Ore
gon in tliHt tliey wish to be IHll-tlMO.I out
j in San Francisco so as to set travel pay.
They aro entitled to thin and thier
wieheSslloIlM lx Uw. If it ill possible
to bring llii'iu in a body to I lie slate and
give them a lilting reception everyone
will U pleased, but their w ishe should
govern in thia mutter. Hie tranort
were sighted alainl 2 o'clock i, in.
Wednesday an at this writing the
matter of muster out i not settled.
Tim president has appointed the
olliccia for tlm tuw regiment.
(orinn la trying to overturn lliyan
and it to.4 as if he would succeed.
K,,r V.m.m " ,,"m ' p ' W 7X' T'l
ti.,...i -'' ",.,,,n S;Vm t..!
I on P i1. '' ' - .VVH, .4
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lyThe war ta lull J op Orrton (It;
to U cite Ortfon i It j People joor
Alckb and Pinree are both denying
ttiat they are in a deal to control Michi
Gorman is after Bryan and will gt
hi at-alp unless the latter look oat.
16 to 1 is dead and the Eastern demo
crats realize that eometliinu beside this
and calamity is required to win.
It is claimed that Alger is a figure
bead and that Coihin runs the war de
partment and that it it a shame to run
Alger out of the cabinet. So much the
better if it is only accomplished. Any
thing to get him out.
Ir investing enough in Clackamas
county of hioner brought here so that
the proprietor of ttiis paper pays :'00 in
taxes, including two dollars paid on the
Enterprise to one paid by the Courier
Herald, nukes the propiietor of this
paper a "carjt bagger", then we plead
Thk cfcaiimati of the po ulit-t national
committee (ays that that party will not
(ii'e with the democrats at the coming
elections. The treatment received by
the populists have at lai-t H-ned their
eyes to the fact that the democrats never
intended to unite Uh them but wished
to absorb them bodily. The democrats
will never aork thin game 'ucceiofully.
Tug experiments of the fih depart
ment with planting the Western italmon
in the Kant is not a success. Nature
h is diHtributed her products where she
intended they thould flourish and man
can do little to change the order of
nature without bringing disaster. East
ern competition in the salmon business
will never materialize.
Kr toioi rittrii
The proprietor of the CouiierlleraKI
in his lant ifxue got his feet tangled and
it is hard to pay where he was going.
Juitt keep your head Urother Clieney, aa
we have a little more if your reform
printing. In the lant iiu of that paper
its proprietor, who hits informed his
readers of the vast saving he ia making
the people and what a reformer he ia,
states that he never agreed to advertise
slieiilfs sales fur an inch and does
not propone to do it for that figure. Ilia
contract is on tile in the court hcuxt if
anyone wishes to ee it. He makes
this statement to cover up his exorbitant
charges that he has been making since
he executed the contract.
A member of tho board of commission
ers informed the Enterprise that at the
June term this reform printer promised
not to rob the pin pie any more at the
rate of f J an inch, but lie has kept itj
right up and on the very day of his last
issue he was before the board and again
promised not to charge more than 12. "j
an iuch for this work, but on the same
day he took $3 per inch (or one of these
notices. In this case it was a poor
woman, Mrs. Magone, sold out of her
home and so unfortunate as not to have
her unhand to lock after her a Hairs. A
popullut never has stood any show with
this democrat at least. We believe he
was saying something about being the
poor man's friend.
At this July term he put in a bill (or
$85 50 for supplies furnitihed which was
cut to 54, nearly one-third.
It is about time the board quit this
horse play with this man on the printing
question and make him live up to his
The Enterprise stated that the county
woild have saved money at the time the
contract was let to have Liken its propo
sition on the printing. This is now be
Tim Kudeavorera' meeting closed.
Kimsia'a railroad will oieii up markets
to tlm I'uited Stiilea,
Two Eastern teachers am killed in a
railway accident In Calif.
Wednesday July 12.
liov. tieer and si sir arrive In San
Francisco to welcome I he Second Oregon.
President confirms the ollleers reeoin.
mended by Otis in the new regiment.
Koosevelt 1 Mug loouied (or Aider's
Teacher meet in Iia Angeles,
Alaska boundary trouble Is still acute,
Portland it preparing (or a great re
ception for the volunteers.
liritish soldiers ordered to CaHtown,
Thursday July 13.
The Second Oregon wishes to le mus
tered out In San F rancisco.
Niirlh Vincilciiii Itdli'H.
"Tlm ihlrd part of what may he called
theollieial history of the war with Spain,
lr of a lining iu' "r
i... i..:.. ii..... I V..l.,.it M.I... i..r..n..r l.nin.lry wins pun
.., '"J"' - IIII.IH.' - I.
n-pnhlnans are still In
County assesors meet In Convention
lvailroad are trying to consolidate to
a to make a transcontinental linn.
A REINCARNATED DOQ.
II Hadn't lost Ilia llarnaa Trails la
"Yon can't tell me there Is nothing
I . i . .a ....
in me meory or reincarnation, re
marked a traveling man. "for I know
there is, I xyns down in Florida recent
ly, and in St. Angnstine I saw a snob
dog an ont and ont snob. Hit nam i
Towscr! and ho it just a common yel
low dog, lire in the street and belong
to no one.
"In tbo sn miner, when no wealthy
northern people are in tho town, he
piny with all the middle class children
and dogs and will greet patronizingly
the middle clasa men and women who
know him Hut in the winter, as soon
as the season begins, he attache him
self to some rich New York family,
loafs in their yard, tag their footstep
r carriages all abont tho city, attend
them to church and home again and
so far as he ia able make himself one
of them For bis meals he hat been
forced to resort to the back yards of a
plain, good woman, who pith him and
feeds biiu regularly He ia friendly
with her at bis eating hours, hot never
so far forgets himself as to wag his tail
at her on the street or when he It witb
tuore pretentions people.
"When society function take place in
ct Augnrtine, there it Towner
mutches, afternoon tea, picnics or boat
.uhlihcd lii the July number of the
"Notlli American lievlew." It des.
eriln'S the movement of the American
1 1 oops to Puerto lllco, and the enguge-
ini'iils there which resulted In the re-
diiction of that Island. Itelerrlng to his
luetics In outwitting the Spniiimds by
cluiiiglng the destination of the etpe
diiion while rnroiite to Puerto liico,
tieiieral Mile says :
"01 course, the tugs, the launches and
other Meet steamer of the enemy In
Puerto Kico must have been on picket
duty well out from the not tti west shores
of the Island, ready to giv quick notice
of the discovery of the sky ward curl
ing smoke of the approaching squadron,
allied would lie seen by them long be
fore they themselves couM lie olmerved
from the squadron, and hurry hack to
announce lit approach by telegraph from
Agnadilla or ArecilMi, at the case might
U. Thry might fairly have remitted
that the squadnm standing well out to
sea was (weeping eustwaid olftoMon
1'ttsAge, wj.iih meant of Course, it pnd-
able appearance at Fajardo on the mor
row. Put later that sqiiwdion, having
turned sharply south was plowing Ihe
Mona Passage, it olllrers and men hav
ing had their first glimpse of the moun
tain peaks of Puerto Kico through the
dim, misty light of the eastern horlsmi,
I'm If r cover of the daikne's of night the
lleet was quietly stealing dow n the broad
paiige, every light extinguished, an. I
even the port holes on Ihe port side
closed, notwithstanding Ihe intense heat
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ami ciose auiiospnere, in ine g'av
W t I " t I
1 1, i. in Tih'V "iy
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......... H.ir iient ai'lH-a'ai"'" 'I
The T.ov hiun liV '''- r"rtl,v "'
Udies- and geiitl n a '" ,
Theie .-an he MWr '"
,ne at ih.'Trov. I eie your ....... -
John 'slnirl er shop.
Just im cited a new bin- H"'" ""'
tains. Call mul 'I"""'
(iregc.n City Auction ll..iie.
Tl I I, lOlll MHiriJ
A PeanldiilC ple.i..nl.an lu.1....i-llprv SAIIfifnntnrU
IikhI, Hie sort wtj j,
71 I i7 O
I, II, iv h ith. .ill it.d pure bl
that imlv exist In ..nn." tl"" ''
digestion, a heallhV lner.lldlH.aela.
Kail'a Clover Knot Tea act diieetly oil
the bowels, hver and kidney, keeping
(hem In p rle. t l.eallli I'"''"
and Mlct. t ti, ll.mti.v, i-rutsi.
A Hue hue "f poitierre J.ft receded
Oregon Ci'V Anc'l.-ll ll.le.
Psliiel Wiliilll, si the l.o.tt.ea-l Cor
ner id Center and Seventh streets, has a
choice nil I W' ll selei ted !. k o f .inlly
grs-erie which he is nl'.ng at
reasonable lutes II. s motto is "lie
and lei lite, wiih honest ael.l.l and
mea.ies" li..l delivered t'i ant
psrt of 'Il i hv.
'I'ltM li,.,.M.... 1.. . ..i
Inst ai-asuii was very mj,
Ury, lilcli 1 i.riM,f thalt
J.rii'ca, (leM-hiitie )iim,
coiirtciiii, s.tinrn trn!tI
are nppri'clntiil l.y ther,,
We will make It better
(hi retts.iit limn last.
I'ttllll'il gl" yotl Isfif r,k
liii til, l.ut Ho II give y..i I,.,
vnltie f..r your l.)!ar ft
y,.l ever K1 U'fore
'A- V 4-
i CI. S)ilDri7iijil
slis. lowed light of the evening an l night
the lleet prciented a picture unlike ntty
thing I had ever seen Ix.foio
.r(ll,K I. .
ilitimrr (ir l.l
nrwr hints, a
mitlil witli, .ill
t4r, a m-iiii,.ii
Willi. .lit a tx-n
r il ir 1 1 on . a
was a husl.aml
worthy of ihe name, who .lul not aspur
to be the father and I lie granilutbei i.
healthy, eMhte ttiiMirn lo hso.l d..wn
hi name and the fortune arrumulte t.y
the swral of hi brow, from (enrraiion to
frnrratiun. There never was a wife hi to
bear Hut nnhle (ttlt, who did not wish In
wear womoihood a most florioii i-rown,
Ihe KTotrr of motherhood. Thousands
of wedded couples, otherwise happy, fall
4th and Main t. ( Ueg.in ftty. 4
News of the Week
short of wedlock' fleetest hsntutiess Ih-
Oolf cause thry are clnldlrs. In the nujoiily
ol rax, tlu I tHrrausr the wife, lliioiiKh
. ,, ...... I ,H,,.'.. Mr.lvlt, U II' 1. Il,',,, Wr..
inn panic, ail are auena.-a iiy mm ' ne and disease of ihe nr-ans .li.tim ily
with in. et conventional regularity H feminine. I-'or women who suflrr in this
never greets any ordinary nciinaintance .' hr" ri medicine thai 1.-
i, , . ,, . , , inn f.nl lo aeeomilish it i.uiimc. It
when thus aiKially engaged and hat , r ,.lrrcr., ,.-4,H'tlP p,r.,','m rt ,r
even bwll know n not to cat for sevelal dirrctir on Ihe d.-lieale oikois rotnvrn. d
days when a fashionable wefldiog was , ikethem nng hraiths-. nK..r..,
cinhiauiiml With the .well dogs of j Z
M. Angnntine Towm r never has any I tur stuttered nerv.-. it liu f..r win IohhI
rows, having, uo doubt. Studied th ' and motherhood It ntuckeiu and vitalxes
W .w.li.i- ... ..I i.; .... .!.. i., .;.. I the distinctly feminine ..ikoii-iii It Imii
1! "-. ,.,.,, ...li..., .,,,,.:. ,,.
commoner cut he is irritable and do- alll nukes i..,i,y intr...l,i, tioii t..thr ...'id
f. nsive. That do has Ix-en hninan in eay and almost t.unlss. It insure l!ir
I ", l f? iOl A A ii .ti AS ''v w A
j AS av .4. y. ,A ,.
R. L HOLMAN
I'airii s . r.." l. lli.r of ('as.
V-... I', Mil. . :.i.s-s a. i I l.li I.
i I 'ir.t.i 'isltl)r and i. is
-W sA vy vy-Nv w v' w w w
Friday, July 7.
It is reported that the Second Oregon
may come to Portland by rail.
his time, and I'd give a penny to know j !'"'' new cmier's health and noun-hun m
who ho was. Indianapolis JuttrunL
sn) tnil.-a of 1,,,.
trtlice trle.ifie Wift .
Criou Htnl Wash!.-.,
now in oii ration btil.
Ori'iriil ')iitir anj j,
cgrali c'lunpaiiy .
I'ortUtuI, K attle, s-,
kanr, Iaiotna, H!
Walln Walla. VtlJa
Ail.atty atol iKlothrrWt-j
ill til" tWll state he, lii
(jiiitk, a cur ale, cU
All the atifi'tjoti of (
I)staiico no rlT.rt to i
clear tiinierstatiilir.f. .
kane a easily heafj y
Oregon CJty ofJice at
Iluntlcvs Uruir Stow.
d. H. THATCHER, MANAGER,
Portland, - Oreft
AMONG THE CANNIBALS.
The editors caw Kaf-tern Oregon be
fore arriving in Portland and then took
a trip to Astoiia on Saturday, and Bun
d.iy morning went up the valley on the
west side road, coining back Tuesday on
the east side. They have seen pretty
much of the state and to say that they
are pleaned and astonished is to put it
mildly. Climate and production of fruit
escially has caplured them and more
than one would like to locale with us.
The benefit derived from the vinit of
these people to this state will be great
. and will renult in many people coming
Tuft administration has decided to or
ganize ten new regiments and volunteers
are called for the same. TheHe are not
to be furnished by the stales, but by
the country at large. It ia becoming
very evident .that the insurrection in
Luzon is not to be put down easily. If
Agunialdo could be forced to a decisive
la'tle and well whipped the natives
would leave him. They are afraid that
they will have to suffer for any friend
ship shown the Americans if their sec
tion of the country falls back in the
hands of this dictator. Knough troops
mnbt be sent over to give the insurgents
crushing defeat and a sufficient force
Orders have been issued for ten new
Spanish prisoner are released in the
Robert Bonner, the owner of more
famous hordes than any oilier man, is
Yellow fever isfreported in Cuba.
The Texas flood is nibsiding.
Saturday, July 8.
Oregon troops will be mustered out at
I San Francitco.
Peace congress ia still working on the
McLean will run for governor of Ohio
on the democratic ticket.
Luna's assai-stans were acquitted.
A Traveler' K perlrnee With lh
Mr. P. A. Mi'Cann hut had ID year
actual residence in west Africa. Mr
McCann's even years' trailing and resi
dence with the cannibal tri1.es of th
French (inlxxin probably form the most
exciting part of bia experiences Ho got
friendly with them and thoroughly
studied their habits and enstoma They
qnite believed that the white men nto
white men as they themselves eat tln ir
fellow blacks. A big chief offered Mr
McCann the smoked thigh of a native
This wus considered a gracious act To
reftiHe it would be unfriendly Mr. Mc
Cann was in a dilemma.
Hut he feigned illness, said ha was
not eatinjr just then. Tho chief eventu
ally pnt tho matter off good iiaturedly
by saying ho supposed tho white uiiin
preferred white man to cut instead of
black man. "The Mpotigwes, " said Mr
McCann, "urn in ferocious and pugna
cious qualities second to no other triU
I., i f.:... ei..:- ...-it . - .
. r u i ri l i i in iin.n. iin ir viiiiies niosiiy COI1M HI
L pman Wolfe A Co get a judgment 1 of (j Btm,t m) () ,
against them for fL'.VJO for false iiiiurison- j yrda long, on each sido of which are
ment of one of their clerks. j the honses. In these bonm- they cook.
The editors closed their work and after I eHt 8.nd "'"! .k,"'p .t'"'ir, hU'T0 "f
seeing the stale will leave for the Sound !
and Kaht over the Canadian Pacific. I
Sunday July, 9. J
Word now comes that the troops will!
come to Vancouver for miihter out.
Roosevelt visits the president.
provisions, the chief of which la smoked
g.itne and smoked human Oenh, hung
up to the rafters.
"Although f.-roclons and qnnrrelsoino
to a degree, they are very industrious.
They ahow considcruble skill In the
manufacture of pottery, and the designs
of their cooking pots, water jars, be
Imeco nines and nalm wine bottle nrn
The Portland race meeting is practi-! extremely artiftic. In ironwork they
cally a failure. j are alw skillful workf.Ta Although they
T. ,., i, r, . r: : , , ! kill game for food, they much prefer
The yacht Columbia ia showing her- i .... ...i' r '
.. . , I ......,HM '.H . .. MUJ U.;illJ
dcii l'j uo a oyer.
The Kndesvorers meet in Detroit and
educators at Lob Angeles.
Monday, July 10.
The Shamrock shows up to be a fant
Ky. republicans meet in convention,
Canadians want Lynn canal.
The editors meet an oyation on their
trip through the valley.
Booth-Tucker, of the Salvation Army
has been in Portland during the week,
Tuesday, July, II.
The reception to the Second Oregon
will bo in Portland according to piesent
in plenty. It is I lie best stippottue loiiu-
lor nursing motiier
Mrs Jennie Parks of Msrshall. ,. ksrir Cn
Wsh , wnlrs "I inn gls I In Icll . Ihr v,..
results of vir rcat riie.lltine - l.r l'irr.r
Fav-wile frrsrnr.ti.m I wss lro-Mrd ly vf
mell.-iiie lii OMtrtnrinriit It iflvr mr lrrni,'Oi
I han no lirr.t Irrhii sn.l mv ImI.v Is llir
pi.lurrol hrtth. I Itel lirr thin I tuve in
trn year "
III case n( constipation fir. Pierce's
Fleasnnt pellet should Ik- used as an
adjunct to the "r-'.ivotite I'reseitptioii,"
they areeitreiimlyiniilr, perd-rtly ii itur.il
and insure proiupl and permanent relief.
The F.xtltrmeiit ot Orer.
The rush at the drug store still con
tinue and daily scores of people call for
a bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the Throat
and Lui'gs for Ihe Throat and Lungs for
the cure of Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis and Consumption. Kemp's
Balsam, the standard family remedy, Is
sold on a guaranleo and never fail to
give entire satisfaction. Price 'I'm and
The llomelle.t Man In Oregon City.
As well as Ihe handsomest, and others
are invited to call on any druggist and
get free a trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam
for the Throat and Lunga, a remedy that
is guaranteed to euro and relieve all
Chronic and Acute Coughs, AHthnm,
Bronchitis and Consumption. Price 'Joe
You can't cure dyspepsia by dieting.
Fat good, wholesome food, ami plenty of
it, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests food
without aid from the stomach, and Is
made to cure. (JKo. A Hahi.i.nh.
Agents for the best machine on earth
Improved New Goodrich.
Oregon City Auction House.
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Willl.ini't, Kidney Rills
II. is lui e.iu.,1 111 tlife.-tis.-ft of t)i
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j ) hi in'i?ii t d your KUIueys? JUi.
: on om r ..i .! your lnrv..u m
ll,-iii and eiiuv.1 tr.mlde Willi j.sr
K kIiu-t mi. I llli,,U-r7 Hole y
t p uns !n t'i,. )i,iii, alili-, t, k. ?nt
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V fs !. e o llifl Imv, eslwrii.: I
n. e of the fit
iiinl- r the eyes? Tki frrineiit ii
"Ire M s or lie 7 WllHiilll KkllK'
I'll! i Id Inioarl new life to theJa
ci-u-d hi t.,r.rt tip tho srstrel
a ih-mt mail in yoti. v
iii.nl :,.i i tit j, f t.,.
Uitlliii, Mro.i .. . -f..(., (VtrliM 0
Kur sate by (!, (t. Hlllillie
Digests what you cat
Nattirn in slfcngtlienlinr and w
strtictlngtho riliiuiitel dlgevttlre
ant and tonic. Kn i l.,e tireriarali
Ono Bottlo MakoH You Lively . ran Bpi-mach It In cmdonry. It l
and continued dosei will i oni i.lrti l v i ,tI,r't-'T r'lleYi' und rxTtimin'titlycTirK
drive away that tired feeling. I .7V"i'H''1' 'l ' 'rtlor-. JU'B,li?
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.... uu W1MU oiirsapnriiia i
not a HjH-i ilic for every iliiease under the
sun hut Is wonderfully elli.iiriou in all
cases of 111,001) and SKIN HISI'.ASIiS.
It Ipih proved benefu ii, t thoi,l(,,
and cirected cures where other medicine
have failed. Price f ,H.r bottle, our
cut price only GOc.
. , Y""r doctor's I'rescriplioiis
will receive carelul ttlti ution here.
Slrk IIrit(1actir.(;aHt raljf la.frnmp.1
all ot her results (.ftiiiM rfectdigi'tl'
Prpord by C. C DWltt Co, CD'"
For sale by Geo. A. Hariliiig".
CHARMAN & CO.
V liere (he C'rnlis Come In.
When a schtxil of menhaden milks
their way into a bay, they muy stay
for days swimming round In one re
gion. Larger nidies, inclnding perhujn
some sharks, feed upon them there.
From such feeding there nro moro or
less fragments that sink down throngh
tbe water, and tho various crabs and
other crustaceans come scuttling from
all pnrta of the bay to get them. It
may be that the tide carries some of Gun shot wounds and powder-burns
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wie nuer anon i. or pernap ine crans cuts, muses, sura ns. wonmlu fr,
and other creatures smell it. as blueflsh , rusty nailH, Insect slings and ivy poiHoi.
scent the bait that la nsed in chnm. I , ,i;h, , u,.Wilf Wild,
ming, bnt when a school of menhaden I ,,.,0i ,.. :...', ? . ,
,i,t, i .iniuvcij prevenis Illuou
poisoning. Beware of counterfeits.
ItaWmi lleallli Foods.
We are showing a line of Halston
Health foods, knowing them to he the
dureat and cleanest good on the' market.
We liavo breakfast munli, health koliy,
whole wheat flour, whole wheat graham,
Tho 7th St. Urocor.
are preyed upon at tho surface all ths
crabs in the bay congregate on the mod
below to catch the crumbs that fall
New York Sun.
"DeWittV'Is safe and sure.
Gko. A. IIardino.
J 12 W 12 l, is r,
Opp. Huntlfy'H Drugstore,
FORTY YHARS IvXI'HKlEXCE IN
(Irent Ilrituin fttnl Amcrina.
A Personal Matter
A well pi,,,,e, houne l ,ks . ,lt.
V dressed pernnalvil ,,ir..,.t.
Ive and pleasant to look upon.
'Inn he repainted Hll( frH,(. ,
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Leave Orders at
Karl's Clover Root Tea
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For sale by 0. (J. Huntley.