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OREGON CITY ENTERl'RISE FRIDAY, JULY 12, 11)01.
T News of the Week
fcfc A fX-iiV A-A-jQt Bi. A A A AjW
Tliuiadar, Jul; 4.
Northwest Paschall; Seattle, 7;
The Mmges Hank, a private concern
of Mansfield, 0., rlot ttt door.
Great Northern ex pie train held np
ly marked men near Wagner tution,
Montana, and robbed of 60.000. Three
teron were wounded.
Northern Pacific Railroad buys Weld
lor mill property in Portland for ita
terminal ground. The water front of
1000 feet w ill be used for exporting of
Union miners undertook to prevent
non-union men from working in the
Fmngcler-union mine strike at Telltiride,
Colo., and a eerioua riot resulted, in
wrhich two men were killed and several
Friday, July 4.
Hot weather still banca on though in a
number of places there was slight relief.
Six bain of gold, containing fJ0,C00
an missing from the San Francisco mint.
Frofeseor John Fiske die at Glouces
ter, Mass. lie was famous as a lecturer
and historian. The cause of bis death
was excessive brat.
Bandit held np stage on Baker City
Bridgeport line and robbed the driver,
Pave HolJen, of f 45 and a watch. There
were no passengers.
Fourth of July is celebrated in all the
principal cities of the United States.
Chinese Minister Wo Ting Fang deliv
ered the oration at Philadelphia.
Civil government is inaugurated in the
Philippines. Department heads are;
Interior, Worcester; Commerce and Po
lice, Wright; Justice and Finance, Ide;
Public Instruction, Moses.
Baseball in the Northwest: At Spo
kane, first game, Portland 13; Spokane,
6. Second game, Portland, 5 ; Spokane,
1. At Seattle, first game, Seattle, 4;
Tacoma, 3. Second game, Tacoroa, 8 ;
Seattle.4. At Walla Walla, Fontella
4; Walla Walla, 1.
Saturday, July 6.
Miners trouble in Colorado not yet
President and Mrs. McKinley go to
Canton, O., for the summer.
Shamrock II is again beaten by the
old challenger in fair trials.
Tenth day of hot spell passes and
storms bring relief at a few points.
Steamer Dolphin arrives from Sksg-
way bringing 80 passengers and $800,000
c-evere electrical storm passes over
Boffalo. Exposition grounds flooded
nd light circuits burned out.
Controller of the currency Dawes has
tendered bis resignation to take effect
Oct. 1. Ue is candidate for U. S. sen
ator from Illinois.
Identity of the outlaws who held Dp
Northern Pacific at Wagner, Mont., is
established. The exact amount secured
was f 41,500. A posse is after the rob
bers. Percy Willis, who was major of the
Second Oregon in the Philippines, and
more recently a capUin in the Forty-fifth
Infantry, has been appointed a lieuten
ant in the regular army.
Sunday, July 7.
The miners' strike at Telluride, Colo.,
Las ended in a victory for the men.
Northwestern league games Spokane
1 ; Portland, 6, Seattle 3 ; Tacoma, 2.
The hot wave in the Eaet has finally
been broken, bringing relief to millions
of suffering humanity.
Dr. J. W. Watts, whose vote as
presidential elector from Oregon in 1870
made Itatberfood B. Hayes president of
the United States, died at bis home in
LaFayette, Saturday, aged 69 years.
In the trial races at Newport Saturday
the new cup defender Constitution
cored a decisive victory over the old
champion Columbia and the much-talked-of
Boston yacht Independence.
Jessie Morrison, convicted of man
slaughter in the second degree for the
murder of Mrs. Castle, June 22 1900,
hat been sentenced to five years in the
Kansas penitentiary in close confine
ment at hard labor.
Advices from Manila state that the
forces of the insurgent leader, Bellar
mina, which recently have been operat
ing around Donsol, Province of Sorsogon,
bave been captured by the Sixth Cav
alry. Iiellarmina, with 1000 men and
214 guns, surrendered to Colonel Wint,
Monday, Jnly 8.
Northwestern league games Portland,
17j Spokane, 12. Seattle 6; Tacoma 9.
Pierre Lorillard, the tobacco king,
died yesterday at the Fifth Avenue
Hotel, New York City, aged (18 years.
He leaves a fortune variously estimated
liom $20,000,000 to $25,000,000.
The proclamation of President Mc
Kinley opening to settlement the lands
ceded by Indians in the Territory of
Oklahoma was giyen totbe public today.
The proclamation provides for the open
ing of the lands in those reservations,
which are not reserved Aueust 0, the
lands to be open to settlement under the
homestead and townsite laws of the
A Washington dispatch statoa that the
monthly statement of the collection of
internal revenue shows that for May the
receipts from all aotirce amount to I'.'?,.
019,717, are increase as compared w it ti
May, I'.HV, of I2.WM.073 During the 11
mouths of the tlscal year the total
ceipta were IL'Sl.W.'.'.U'), an increase
over the corresponding period of last
year of Tl3,fvS0,.M.
A bead end collision occurred on the
Southern Pacific 22 miles of Dunsmuir
yesterday morning between the south
bound California express and special
train carrying mustered ont volunteers
from the Philippines. A IioIh) on the
special train was killed and another in
jured. Kngineer Henry Nenii, of the
express train, sustained serious injuries,
and a number of passengers were cut
Frank II. Hitchcock, chief of the for
eign market section of the Agricultural
Department at Washington has com.
piled statistics showing the distribution
ot the agricultural exports of the United
States tor the years IS".-PAX). He
shows that there were a dosen countries
in llkX), to each of which the United
States exported over 110.000.000 worth of
domestic product. Tie United King
dom purchased $403,000,000, and Ger
many, $134,000,000 worth. Our agri
cultural exportsjto the United Kingdom
were the largest on record.
Tuesday, July 9.
Andrew Carnegie declines to Us a can
didate for mayor of New York.
National Council of Kducation con
venes in Detroit with 5000 delegate
All hope of capturing the Great North
ern train robbers has been abandoned,
the robbers having made good their es
cape. Jas. G. Stowe, U. S. Consult Sencral
at Cape Town, ha resigned. The sal
ary of $0000 is inadequate for ttie ex
penses of himself and family.
Trouble breakes out on Fraser river.
Japanese fishermen are assaulted by
nnion men and five heads were broken.
Both side are armed and militia may
be called out. The price paid for fish is
the point in dispute.
Ohio Democratic State convention
meet in Columbus. Tom L. Johnson
mayor of Cleveland, and John It. Mc
Lean, e Jitor of the Cincinnati Enquirer
are candidates for the U. S. senator and
each is trying to control the convention.
II. P. Whitmantb, governor of the
province of Bengnt, ha been ordered to
Manila to submit to an investigation,
owing to the allegation thai be ha been
using hi position to bis personal advan
tage in acquiring land and mineral right
from the natives.
I'aul Newmann, a leading citizeo of
Hawaii, who bad been mentioned as a
candidate for governor, Is dead. Under
KiDg Kalakawa he held the post of attorney-general.
In 1893 he represented
Queen Lilinokalawi at Washington dur
ing the trouble that followed the over
throw of the monarchy. He formerly
resided in California.
The official reports of the Bureau of
Vital Statistics of deaths from heat for the
week ending July 6 show that the actual
number in five borough of Greater New
York wa 989. For the boroughs of
Manha'tan and the Bronx the number
was C99; for Richmond, 12; for Queens.
21; for Brooklyn, 2C4. The records
cover the dav when the beat was moat 1
Wednesday, July 10.
Great Northern robbers are located
but not caught.
Dr. Andrew D. White, ambassador to
Germany, will resign.
Chinese government Gles claim for
$5(0,000 indemnity on account of out
rageous treatment of Chinese at Butte,
Japanese are masters of fishing situa
tion on Frasier Itiver and 3000 men are
fishing under the protection of an armed
A second hot wave ha struck Kansas
and is burning up the crops. Corn is
fast shriveling up. Oats will be a failure
and hay is scarcer than for years.
Samuel Twitt, a laborer, was run over
and killed by a Southern Pacific engine
on the Oswego division, near Riverside.
He was intoxicated and rushed in front
of the engine.
The endowment rank of tbo Knights
of Pythias has a deficit of 1225,207. Past
ollicers are charged with misappropiia-
tion of funas and criminal proceedings
will be instituted.
McLean Kilbourne element will con
trol Ohio Democratic fctate convention.
Thev are strongly in the majority and
will make no concessions to the Johnson
people, who threaten to carry the fiifht
into the convention.
Thursday, July 11.
Baseball scores: Tacoma, 8; Spokane,
5 j Seattle, 5; Portland, 4.
Carnegie still has 1280,000,000 to give
away in public benefactions.
The 20th International convention of
Christian Endeavorerg closes at Cin
cinnati. Turkey pays $05,000 indemnity claim
f losses suffered by American Mission
ary and Educational Institutions.
It Is an evil day for the wife and
mother when he scans her wrn face
in the mirnir, and ask the tpiestion,
"lVe it jxiyf Doe it y to Mcrilice
Health anil happiness
to welded love?" Put
there ia another ques
tion which rightly
takes precedence of
IW it jvnyf It i
thi: "Is it neces
sary to sacrifice
health and happiness
to wedded lover""
Half a million women
answer, No I Thev
have ircn weak and
have been made
strong by lr. Pierce'
Is voi He Prescription
They were suk and
" 1'avonte Inscrip
tion " made the m
well. It will do the
Mine for almost everv
woman who give it
a fair ail faithful
trial. It stop weak
ening tlral is, hcaW
inflammation and utceiatiou and cures
female wTaknevt. It trnmpulie the
nerve and encourages the aprtite.
I riMnl lit tan-nine a mother, suit t
threatened mih,nt greatly wrakrnrtl me,
wrttra Mrs. K K Natn.ua. of U itta K.ni.v
rW-srw Cv, Ark . anil ntr M .titrate returnr.t
Mv huaUan.l i4 an.aher tl.-t.r lr me hut I
trmnl lu lul ilm( at'n ami gri no hetirr
At l I M1 the ltf that il hit nie.lH-lne .1"!
B.4 help we I arvul.l au t I t'tertr a
mrxlk-inrtt. I lil tot. ami he the tune t Hal
taken them one mnt h I eotil.1 ilo mv ema
h.aiarwork, eet. waahttia;, am! tcu.trU mv
fantcn tint 1 an at.utrr than I ha.l ever hrrn
while waiimt t0' rxnmif ante itijr rt
hatv came thia one waa the aiath chll.ll. Mir
la P"w eleven months .4.1 aiul la a healthy ctuLI
Aa lor me, I feel aa yuuna; now aa I .ImI al
eighteen vera ol age ; am thirty Boar I ran
cheerfully remmmeii'l I I'wrve's RtetlLiu lu
all aurtrriuf womankind
Doctor Pierce' Pleasant Pellet cure
biliousness) and sick headache.
Mayor Kowe, of Portland, break
(round at Mount Tabor w here 1H) nien
will be initiated in the Woodmen of the
World on Augiiat 3.
Collision on Chicago and Alton rail
road occurred between Marshall and
Norton, Mo. Sixteen person were killed
and 'M are in Kausa City hoapital.
The fish strike on Fraser river is wax
ing hot. Strikers held a meeting and
declared the Japanese must go. C'ann
erymen alleged to bave told the latter to
shoot to kill if they are Interfered with.
The country's ne.ro population il de
creasing. In lv0 it was 11. 12 per cent
of the total population, in IH's) (t waa re
duced to 11.03 per cent and last year's
census shows the percentage to be leaa
Gov. Geer ha leen asked to nam
two famoo Oregonians for statue at th
St. Louis Exposition. 11 is proposed to
bave two statue from each state em
braced in the Ixmisana Purchase. The
governor consiJer Dr. John Mclaughlin
entitled to first place, but l undecided
s to the second.
Ohio Democrat nominate state ticket
as follows,: Governor Jame Kit
bourne ; lieo'enant-govrrnur Anthony
Howell ; judge of supreme court Joseph
If idy ; clerk of supreme court Harry It.
Young; attorney -general M. It. Mc
Carthy; treasurer of state It. P. Al
shire ; member of board of public works
James B. Holman. Bryan and his plat
forms were denounced while Mclean
controlled the convention the Johnson
element succeeded in inserting taxation
plank in declaration of principles.
THY GIUH-O! THY (.It 11.1-0!
as your grocer fxiay to show you a
package of GRAIN O, the new food
drink that take the place of colfee.
1 he children may drink it without in
jury as well as the adult. All who try
it, like it. GBAIX-O ha that rich seal
brown of Mocha or Java, but it is made
from pure grains, and the most delicate
stomach receives it without distress.
me price oi conee. i.,c. ana .'0 cts. per
package, hold by all groeer.
A POOlt mFu.I UKE.
Lately starved in Iindon because he
could not digest his food. F.arly use of
Dr. King's New Life Pills ould have
saved him. They strengthen the stotn
ach, aid digestion, promote aHsimilation,
improve aptietite. Price 2"c, Money
back it not satisfies!. Hold by Geo. A.
It is easier lo keep well than get cured.
DeWitt's Little Early Itisers taken now
and then, ill always keep your bowels
in perfect order. They never gripe, Lilt
promote an easy gentle action. Geo. A.
SHE DIDN'T WEAK A MASK.
But her beauty was completely bidden
by sores, blotches and pimpk'H till olie
used Bucklen'a Arnica Salve. Then they
vanished as will all Eruptions, Fever
Sores, Boils, Ulcers, Carbuncles and Fel
ons from its use. Infallible for Cuts,
Corns, Burns, Scalds and Piles. Cure
guaranteed. 25c at Geo. A. Harding'.
IT DAZZLES TIIK WORM).
No Discovery in medicine has ever
created one quarter of the excitement
that has been caused by Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption. It's sever
est tests have been on hopeless victims
of Consumption, Pneumonia, Hemorrh
age, Pleurisy and Bronchitis, thousands
of whom it has restored to perfect health.
For Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Croup, Hay
Fever, Hoarseness and Whooping Cough
it is the quickest, surest cure in the
world. It is sold by Geo. A, Harding,
who guarantees satisfaction or refund
money. Large bottles 50c and $1.00.
Trial bottles free.
It Ml. KHrATK TKmiKKN.
Furnished Fiery Meek by the t'laik.
ma Alistirtct Trnt To winnr.
W H Johnson to J 8 Donaldson
of n ol sec 32, 1 1 s r S I
I, Tocdtfiiieler t UTiaxlloiuelor w
of sec Hand w ' td ' of nwi't
sec 17. t,r 1 e '
J O drove to A Browning, n ol so
of sec '.:, 1 1 , r
T P bcoli to K A Wright lik) acre
of the tltllixr clniui
0 1. Wilson to J W iK.uglas, w of
nw of seo 34, t 2 , r 6
DC latoutette, trustee, to D P
Jones Iota 8 ami l, blk 5 West.
I side ad I
I' F K'slersoti to J Andstsoii se of
nw sec 1'H. I I r J
C II Dye to Howell A Steven part
ol lot 7 and 8 blk 2ft O.rgoii CUy
II Kit liter to W Heailtuail 10 screa
iu sec 31. 1 3 , r2e
T I. ('barman to D P Jones, tola 7,
. I, 10 and U, blk ft We-Iynn
and 1 acre adjoining In the li
S K Msrka lo K Sais '.'tl aiie ad-
j ailing t'aiihy In lee cla in
II W Hagermaii to M Miepprl
.V ai res iu Arthur i laiin 3H, in t
a. r 3 e
$ K Phillip to ( Olds, lot lo" end
17 in blk 2, West Gladstone....
0 A C It K to K. II ar lea, 11 of K of
sec l'J t 3. . r ft
J I'aqilett tut I' Field lot 3. 4. .
A (t blk A Caueniah 1
O I A S Co lo W M Gray lot ti A 7
blk ftO Oswegu I"0
Hilton Land Co to F Forsherg lot
1 and 2 blk ID lU.lton
L Shell to J F McCan mack 3ft ac
in sec V, t S s, I 1 e.
K S r tell lo N B Garrett 20 . tea in
sec 3J in Clackama county
It Ilrocket, by sheriff to M I' b-gan
e of u sec 111, I ft , r I e
G F. I'll. 1.1 to I M Parke of ne
A ne of e of see '.ii, 14 r 4 ...
J W I'tuwi lo T F Byan, Irustre
100 ft wide a.lj blk 5 Oawego ...
K M Atkinson, by shentf to Wm
Belltuure blk 2, Kairmounl
TIIK t l.At'KAMAH AltsTKAlT I
rivL'S T (1 . are the o tiers of the) t .T
right to the Thome syatem of atxlrail
in.leies, fur Clack am county, and ha
lha only coiulute set of atatracla in Iht
C'ooiiiy, can furnish information Ui
title to land al once, on a.licalion
Loans, Investments, real estate, at.tra4 t
etc. Dttl. e over Bank of lireirn City.
Call and Investigate. Address bol 37.
For Yoonc Xm and laug rfomra.
Therei 1 nothing that will arou th
ire. of a young man or mouian so quick a
to bave interior laundry work iutotl on
them. Ttier may dres ever o wll,
but it their shirt Iront or ahlrt waiat I
mussy their neat appearance is oiled.
Th Troy laundry make a siieclalty ol
ladiea' and gentlemen' flna work.
There can be no belter work than it
done at the Trov. Ieare your order al
Johnson' barber shop.
t'ae Allea'a I'txtt-l'.M.r
A powder to be shaken into the shoes.
Your feel feel olen, nervous an. hot,
and get tired easily. If you have smart
ing feet or tight shoe, try Allen' Foot
Ease. It cool th (eel and make walk
ing easy. Cure swollen, sweating feet,
Ingrowing nails, blister an I callous
spot. Believes corn and bunions of
all pin and givea rest and comfort
Try it today. Hold by all drugitist and
shoe store for 2')C. Trisl package free.
Address, Allen S. Olmsted, Roy, N. V.
Only One W ay To Du It.
Get from Portland to Chicago In 72
hours-just three days. The "Chicago
Portland Special." leaving Portland
daily at 0 a. in. via O. It. A N, arrives
at Chicago altj:30 the third day. New
York and lioston are reached the fourth
day. Thi train, ai knowleilgd to be
the fastest between the Northwest and
the r.ast, Is solidly vestlbuled and Its
equipment is unsurpassed. Pullman
drawing room sleeping car, tip-to-date
tourist sleeping cars, library-smoking
cars, free reclining chair cars, mi. I un
excelled dining cars, the ineuls on which
are equal to those served at tho very
best hotels. Itumember thia train runs
solid Portland to Chicago; there is no
change of cars, and the good of It Is, il
costs no more to ride on it than on other
We have other train "Pacific Ex-
pross" leaves Portland dnily at Op. ,,
via Huntington, and tho "Spokane
Flyer" leaves at 0 p. in. daily via Spo
kane for St. Paul and the East.
For rates, sleeping car reservations.
call or write to
General Passenger Agent.
0. It. A N. Co., Portland, Oregon.
CL'ltiS J'O It
Ely's Cream Balm
Easy and pleasant to
a. Coiitains no In
Jt Is inlrl(jf alignrhcd,
(Una iteliiifal. niwa.
It Oiwna ami -'
ltASSSR COLD 'N HEAD
finals ami Protocol the Mcinlirsna. Hcptorff tlu
Bmiaas of Tate and Hmdl. Lnrue Sire, su units .1
Uryfv'lmuXTuJ K Hl"sJ c""ii hr mall.
ELY UUOlIlJinS, M W'srrsu UUect, Htw York
NUi U LS UJ UJ Lb 111)
Kidney nd Backache
Blood and Liver
Hsmcdy and fBTVO TOIliC
! Oreal Utood flssnslH
; llaaaacbsa. ConsUpalli
Haina.tr fur Iprtn
on.' Tlrsfl. JStVOUS
St." Vitas' Dance
Ash yuor drufgla! for Almaaa fnr tot eoauinlng dasc-rlplioaa of lis itnu, "T
trll0tls el lb tuost tsmatkabl curts star (bla4 by ias4uia
For Sale by C G, HUNTLEY. Druggist. Oreoon City, Or.
Mar T T.rH (Iff.
(n July I the war rwenu tat was
taken off of tb l.illutsing articles: Bank
checks, lrlek'iam, money order. r
piraa reeelpl, rertlflcalrl uf deposit,
life insurance, certificate t4 dam, lo-
felpts.rliealng gum.cuiiilnerclat broker,
telephone ItiraMM, prMlll Isaiirt ttotr.
i le.aea. lliti,t.L.pa ttllla hit l.itlt.a for l.
port, warehoiiaa, receipts, bonds, eirepl
Indemnity, proprietary medicine, r
f.ituery nirxiW-inea, perfumery and Cua
uirti. a, rh. iter parly,
III addition l th war la.rs repealed.
Ihey ar materially rl'i.-e. on li
rigarrtie, iuiacco atil ami J. cigar
foreign bill of enhangn, bin ket shop
Rrllabl SUnafartarer. j
The tbre moat reliabU American'
piano ttiaiiulai lurera, lha ('hlikenng, of
IUarin, lh Wetier of N Yo'l and th '
KltnhaU, uf I'lilrago, are represented
her by F.itnl' Piano House. j
Concerning prb-es, let ua siu.ply point
Ui our record. We have sold and r'
Pnlay etlliig mora flna lliatruuietii than
are tlng .old by any older Imuaa In
Orrgon a record that mnlj never hva
been established if our Instruments, our
pil. e. and our nielh'xla had not out-. I
tripiavl all competition. This year'
list ol salea 1 ovar a huiidrvd par Cunt
head of last year.
We sell alao lare va'iety ol iiukIIuim
pri. e-l pisinM. fiui luy qinte a Una
new upiltfhl piano just now. and we
have numeron other for even I-.
money, all for sal on easy monthly pay.
i . .i
me.ua ,..,. ,or. man l-til.
In organs we pr.-wnt the wllea in-
in quality and price, from little :5
folding org m up to the grandrst Kuu -
hall tubular ptieumstlc plim organs, run
ning into thousands of dollar for each
Come In, or write, and find
we are now doing. We ran
money. Kiler'a Piano House
salesroom, Xil Waahiiigin street, Port
A bad completion generally result!
from Inactive liver and Uaels. In all 1
such rase, llnWill'a Ijltle Early Risen
protluce gratifying results. Geo. A.
I nrqualleil Service VI (irrat Salt Lake
The favorite route to the East Is via
Salt Lake City and Denver over ih Bio
Grande Western Railway in connection
with either the Iienver A Rio Gramla or
Colorado Midland Railroads. Yotl will
find It pleasant way to travel, 0011 p
Hng as il doc the most remarkable m en'
ic line in America with an unsurpassed
train service. Three fust through trans
continental train daily, carrying all
classes of eqtij nient, Including Pullman
Palace and Ordinary or Tourint Hcicr
to Chicago and Ht. Utii without change
Free Reclining chair cars, observation
car and a perfect dining car service.
Hend for folder ami other information to
J. I). Mansfield, ueneral agent, 122 A,
Third street, Portland; or Geo. W.
Helntx, general passenger agent, Halt
Lake city. 2
Digests what vou cat.
This preparation contain all of tho
dlgCHtants and (JI-chU all kinds of
food. H kI vcb InHtunt relief and never
rails to cure. It allows you to mit all
1 10 food you want. Tim most ucriHltlve
Btomaclm can take It. Jly Its uso many
thiniHanilH of dysiK-ptlrs havo bceri
cured afU;r everything else failed. It
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" av'm t
Xlla l.l livii T l: it r in I,
Oar ItMll VrMrl tk.
Oar 1 1' 1 Imptrmrat (UUUfw.
Kend your nam and P. 0, ad- g
dteas and will U.ail i.nt or A
aa daaired, fic of all cbarg
First and Ta)of Ms,
Portland, (re (MO.
I! 11 pt lira mill l'ilos
ured without Cwiatlon or drttsta
DR. (J. E. WATTS
ko), u Mt K,r Mjt h H
' PORTLAND, tkl'.fiON.
' Hour i to 4 and 7 to S P. M.
Now I the time to buy your wall pap"
and MUKKOW. the jj-r liangrr, 3
sell It lo yotl cheaper than you CsB Uj
it in Portland Drop rani In tlif I
office and have a sample lawk br'",-t
to your house, or telephone Hly "rw '
J. MURROW. Oregon City.
rranfep and Exjreft
Krulglit and pared delivered
to all parte of the city.
RATES - REASONABLE
This la the season for slilrt will'".
everr woiimn uiiKht I" .. ..1
I lie fold al ylr. anil Ko..lla lor V ,,,
nn-eaanry artl. le. Wr will srml I'K"" '
Mtiy woman wlm will semi " rr
ml n.l.lrr.a ami a 2i; stnmti 10 l;"' I"',
eite, n aamiilr coi.y ol "t.'AKI ' "
MoiiH." the flneat fn.hl.in niK" '
lilt." the tlneat fn.hl.in ninn' -
worl.l, wUl. h Klvna i Irrila ''" "
ilralj(ii, runny colnrcil plnirs, '
Hl.iKlr eof.lrs line ench arW.tWttt"'
nt nil iiswsilealers,
II ar-.i u.i. u.. . . SfiDI"
lam i i i nrr
rarMonir ror Plies ana teiiin ""'::., or ""
?varr.lmilawarraiitert. rt.'1't lt ' '"i Ur !",
For lain by Cl.arman & Co., Druggta"-
a. m. r. r. . ir iilx. lxi