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IN T F .N D K D
C IG A N T IC
P in t t o r n i o f t h e
D e n t»* r a c y .
COUGH! COUGH! COUGH!!
PRIVATI HEDI0AL AID.
UI'ESDOR I'S’Ett 4c BRO
The Ilohnes county (O h io) Farmer,
W H A T FOR I
D r. W K . D oh erty ’*
in an article on the bondholder*, »ays :
R esoled, That we r«««w our pledge Manufacturers und Importar« of, and Wholesale
SSMCAt ARB SCMICAL INHTITV«
“ Few people are aware of the efforts of adherence aud unswerving l lelify t<>
ami Ueo.il Dealers in
Sacramento street, neiow Montgomery, ep
being made by the bondhoLIingarietoc the tiuie-houor«d principle« o f tbs Dem
positc tbe Pacifte Mail Steamship Co.’s
U A I $ A Ü Ü CA PS
r*cy o f the country to control the neat ocratic party.
office. Private entrance on Leideo-
A t a meeting
• • ••• A ND • •• •••
recently held in New York City, it w.»8
propped to raise and give to General ment is one o f limited powers, grauted
Established expressly to afford ^ the afflicted
Grant $500,000, to compensate hiut for by th« States i » a written Constitution,
sound andscirntife Medical did, im the
No. 12 Front gtreet, Portland. O regon.
treatment and cure ef all Prtveie end
resiguin:; his poeitian at the head of which is tbe sole u ensure o f its author
Chronic Disease», of eecrecycaese
ih c army, and beenmtug the bond,
and all srzual disorders.
holders candidate ter the Prsidency. f#r the rul«r aud people.
sTVLKSol' New York, Loudon aud Parisian a n d e v e n C O A 8 1 J - O P T I O N , i f n o t l o o D i r g o n e , n n d
Offers have recently been made, thro
TO THE AFFLICTED.
Resolved, That this Union under the taste, f>r
w ill R E L I E V E th e m , n lie n n o t h in g e ls e w ill.
D*. W. K. Donsavr returns bis sincere
advertising »gencies, to Democratic Constitution is tb« only solid founda
thanks to his numerons patients for their »at-
newspaper«, o f thirty to sixty cents a tion o f our strength and prosperity as a GENTL EM EX'S k CHILDREN'S WEAR
ronage. and wonld take this opportunity to
line lor the peblieation o f editorials in people, equally conducive *o the welfare
remind them that he continues to coRsllt at
their columns in opposition to paving o f «11 the States,both North aud South.
his Institute for the cure of chsoafe- diseases
R S. S T I P P B E G S L E A V E T O IN F O R M t h e P U B L I C T H A T I N o f
Cheaper than aay Other i* «use on tbe Coast
of tbe Lungs, Liver, Kidneys, Digestive and.
bonds in greenbacks.
fering her medicine, she hus heen induced to do *o fr >ni earnest solicitations of her Genito-Urinary Organs, and all private Dis-
Resolved, That th« Constitution oftho
neighbors and numerous acquaintances. That hiving had eighteen years experience in the !
“ The greenback policy is the great
eases, v is: Syphilis in all its forms end stages
Diseases peculiar to this coast, and heleiving that Nature always provides in ever*
question in the approaching Prmudetial United States confers no power on Con
Seminal Weakness, and all the horrid conse
Fall nnd Winter Style of
clime an antidote for the diseases peculiar to the climate,she has been experimenting with dif
quences e f 8elf-ahusc.Gonorrhaea, Gleet, Strict
election. It ie a ion teat between the
ferent Herbs, Roots aud Darks of the country, and after years of toil her efforts have been
Nocturnal and Dirunal Emissions, S«Xr
Silk Hills, for ( 808 ,
crowned with success, and as a proof of which she offers a few of the numerous testimonials
taxpayers and bondholders, iu whicl\ fairs of the States composiugthis Union, j
ull Debility. Diseases of tbe Back and Loiu#^
ie her posses-ion.
the taxpayers must make themselves
Inflamatiou of the Bladder and Kidneys, ect.,
Resolved, That it is the highest duty Is now ready. TVc have also received a arg
ec . and be hopes tbat hi. long experience and
supply o i the
free, or have the chains of slavery per o f every American citizen to maintain
successful ptaotice, will continue to insure him
S alfm . Oregon. OcL Iß, 1S8Ó.
manently fastened about them. In the against all their enemies the obligations
M arion C ountt , April, 18<6.
a shore of public patronage. By bis practice o£,
Eiposi ion Hats
From the good effects that I have seen and
This is to certify that 1 bare takan, at dif- many years in Europe and the Lnited States,,
reconstruction, o f the Constitution, und iutegriiy o f the
know of Mrs. Stipp’s Thoracic Balsam, I oae •rent times, Mrs. L A. 8tipp‘s Thoracic Bal he is enabled to apply the most efficient and.
negroes, loyalty, military renewn, etc., Uniou under it
safely recommend it to tbe public.
sam, aad ftnd it to be a good and aa • remedy successful remedies against diseases ef all
will be tailed about by windy orators,
JAS. D. McCURDY, M. D.
for Cotsgfts, Celds aud all lb« ills far which it kinds. He uses no Meseury, charges moder
R / o/iW , That we are opposed to
I . AT hi ISON.
and written about by newspaper editors, sharing with servile races the priceless
D E A L E R S IN H A T S
ate’ treats hi. patients in a correct and honor
S alkm . Oregon. Marob 8, 1885.
able way, and has references of unquestionable
but the*# are only stirred up to hide the political heritage achieved alone by
I hereby certify that I bavc been umor
FAiariKLD, April IS, 1889.
veracity from men of known respectability
Will ronsu’ t their own letercsts bv examieinf
real issue from tha people, th it the vo white men, and by them transmitted to
Mrs. gtipp’s Thoracic Dal»aiu in my faiuily.
M bs . L, A. Svtrr; Having used four bot and high standing in society. AR parties ad*
our Slock before purchasing elsewhere.
wilk tha very best of reixltl, and 1 am happy tles of your Thoracic Balsam, and received dressing him by letter or otherwise will re
ting masses may be the instrumental us, their posterity, as a sacred trust for'
in htnfio^ that the imdicinc id all tbat is rec great benefit therefrom, I take great pleasure ceive thebest and gentlest treatment, and im
ities o f their own oppression.”
mended to he by its proprietor.
in recommending it to all persons aflicted with plicit security.
Commenting on the above, the Gin*
Coughs, Colds, and Affection of tbe Lungs,
Resolved, That good faith and justice
Ilats of every stylo and description
and General Debility. LOUIS PITMAN.
cinnati Enquirer remarks:
to all demands that the public doU
Memos C oi ntv , Sept. 27, 1885.
“ The bondholders can well afford to
is in tro- hie, or sffiieted with
Thr undersigned, resident of M a riot) county.
H ID E TO O R D E R ,
Nnnnr. Clackamas eountj, \
shall be paid in like currency as con- j
of the back and limbs,
offer Democratic editors thirty and six
Oregon, takes pleasure in stating for tbe brae
April 1A 1888.
traded, and we favor action by Congress
of sight, loss ef
ty cents a line for articles in favor of
Mae, L. A. Frirn: I was suffering from n
muscular power, palpitation of the heart irri
submitting United States securities to
their intended gigantic robbery upon
luri£S and kidneys, resulting tr<>u» a violent menced taking your Thoracio Balsam, and, tability, aervousne*«, exUeme urinary difficul.
be taxed as other property.
N E A T L Y R E P A IR E D ,
the Treasury. That robbery it success
cold, 1 seemed to he j?oiug into rapid Uen in a short time, was relieved of my cough and ties, derangement of digestive functions, evoral
Resolved. That the burdens o f taxa
sumption, and had be«;un to believe that my nil its attending miseries. And 1 feel thet I debi’ ity, vaginitis, all diseases ot th« womb,
ful would give them some S800, OtiO,
ee. AT *•••••
death was not vary far distant, and oil who chu safely recommend it to Ihe public as a byatvri’ra, sterility, and all other disaaecs pecal*
000 to $ 1.000,000,000 more than they tion ought to be equal among the people,
t:>.w me wore impressed with thu same convic good nnd' efficient medicine ft r Coughs, Cold* iar to females, she should go or write at ease
J. C. Bleussdorfbr fc Bre’s,
to the celebrated female Doctor W. K. Doher-
are entitled to be paid bv law, and the and should be upon property instead o f;
tion. After trying various remedies without and ihflamatiub of the Lungs.
at his Medical Institute, and consult him
dun tract made with them by the Gov the industry of t ho country, as by pres-1
any success. 1 was induced l«» try " Mrs.
ELDER EZRA STOUT.
No 7- Front street. Portland, Oregon ; Cer I> M'Pp’s Thoracic Dub am.” aud to it 1 am fully
about her disease. The Doctor (a effecting
ernuipnt. I f thoy can win thi* ini'
and Second street*, Marysville. Cal. No. 1lit per-uaded that 1 owe my lito and present good
more cures than any other phyricisn in the
M arion C ocnty , April, ISM.
nienee autu, they can and « ill *p< ad
Futc of Califernia. Let u<> false delicacy pre
Resolved, That we protest against .1 street, Sacramento ; No. WJ and C37 Com health. Under tlteso ciieumstaucM, I fee)
M rs . L. A. S tiff : Having been suffering
millions o f dollars as a corruption fund the recon-truction acts o f Congress as mercial straet, San Francisco.
tb.it 1 am hut performing a duty to humanity from a severe co!d, which settled in my bead vent yon, hut appiy immediately aad save
J&TWholesale House at San Francisco,
yourself from paielel sufferings and premature
to pay newspapers, politicians, dale unwaraincd b} the Constitution, r*\o- (-»l.. No. 623 Commercial through to e.»7 Clay when 1 reci uiiuetid all sitti'aity i-Cieted to i and throat, valuing a dry, backing cough aud death. All married ladies whose delicate health
tr* ibis excellent medicine.
pain is my breast, which contiuued So grew
gates to conventions and Congressmen. | lutionury in tendency, and in positive «tree*«.
or other circumstances prevent «a increase
worse till I was induced to try yonr Thoracic
in the r families, should write or cal, *t Dr.
4actoncs—At New \ <*rk, D-2 Broom ftroet
Conjoined with 1.800 National Hunks, violation o f the faith of the General
Balsam, and, in a short time, was free from my
. at Paris, boulevard St. Martin.
ML E. Doherty’s Medical Institute, and they
with the Capital o f $400.000,000 or Government pledged to the people o f
cold and ail its attending miseries; aud I can will receive every possible relief «nd help.
M ario * P ocrty , Og’n, Sept. 27. 1885.
Having received great benefit trout the u*i safely say that it is tbe best Cough Medicine
S ’)00,000,000, it is the meat extensive the United States
o I I *•’, U O *
B A K E R Y i of “ Mrs. Stipp’s Thoracic li.ilsam." and be- I have ever known. 1 consider it a duty to '1 be Dector’s offices ore so srrunged that he
car bo nonsuited without tear of ebsorvalien.
and powerful monetary combination,
Resolved, That we utterly condemn
1 in-.- convitiCed thut its use woul>t he belieticiat Lumah.ty to recommeud it to all similarly
and ring, that has ever been seen or the attempts o f Congress to usurp the First Street betw een Stark and W a sh t-< thousands of persons guttering without h po afflicted to try it.
IVM. EDM L’MtN.
heard of. W e may expect to see its powers o f the Executive .and Judicial
S alkm , March ft, 18ftS.
i following statement: In the tall ot Ibttd, 1
tracks every where. Whenever there is departments o f the Government as a
M rs . S t i f f t Having used several bottle« however distant, who may desire tbe opinion
took a severe cold, which »vitlcd in my lungs
innate rottenness we shall see its fruits flagrant outrage upon the Constitution
! ami throat, causing a dry, hacking cough, if your Thoracic Dalsam, and known a grant i and advice <»t Dr. Doherty oa their respective
fever, headache ami pain in the breast under many others to use it, 1 ean safely say 1 cou- cases, aad who think proper to submit a writ
in the advocacy o f the gre^t robbery of aud the liberties o f the people.
the shoulder, in severity, until my life seemed | stdkf it the host medicine for Coughs, Colds, ten statement of such, in preference to holdieg a
the people. Whenever a man or a press
to tie in real danger. About six weeks ago, 1 ; Indigestion, Derangement of the Stomach personal interview, are respectfully assured
Resolved, That we sympathise with
is particularly x- alous for the five twen'
commenced taking Mrs. ¡Stipp s Thoracic Dal aud geutrifl Debility, thafhl have ever known. that their couMunnicafious will be held most
sacred. Dr. Doherty takes this opportunity
KAAPil L. JUNES.
earn, and in this short space of time, i have
ty bondholder to be paid in gold, a cur
of observing that all letters are opened only
cure to themselves civil liberty.
rency which hi« bom! does not call for,
and replied to by himself, aad thq latter as
have a good appetite, uud am tree (Torn my
S al cm . Marion eountj. May 5, 1886.
Resolved. That it is the duty o f tbe
there is very reasonable ground for
cou-h and atl its attending tuts- ries.
M bs . S tiff : Having used your Tboracie promptly as possible.
K in d
It the c.*e he fully and candidly described,
S. FORWARD. Hnlraui at different times, and resolved great
suspioion that some corrupt agencies Federal Government to extend protec
communication will be ewspeiseded, as
troia its use, 1 can safely say that it li mslraelioas for diet, regime«, aad the geseiat
have been at work in his neighborhood. tion alike to all native ami naturalized
and Qualify All orders promptly i!!«d by A *' III'.LM the beet
L’ougb Medicine that 1 have evei •realmeat of tbe case itself ^including the
The bondholder, in this instance, knows oitizeos both at home and abroad.
known, aud 1 Lave bwu iu the bnbitof asm. remedies) will be forwarded without delay,
-c jr -
He will work in both, but
Resolved, That we are in favor o f
Put*iit Medicine tor Coughs acd Celds. ami
find your preparatMin to excel all others, and uid ia such a manner as to convey no idea of
bis greatest energies will be in the Dem encouraging a judicious system of rail
Purr ink A Co.. Albany.
tie purport of the letter or parcel so trass-
(Lercfore recommeud it to tbe public.
J. M. Joltas. Scio.
ocratic, lor which party, as the f arty, of road improvement? iu Oregon, develop
K. C. G1BSUN.
laboring men, the staun -host opposi;ion our vast resources, aud for this purpose
igesv . a roa makiov C»CNTT.
W. K. DOHERTY, M.
to his intended fraud is apprehended.” Congress should make liberal granis
Eugene City, mere amt.
Orders solicited sod promptly filled.
EiI>w<irtU A UeUbaw. Diuggi'ts, Eugene,
The Farmer is right. The question of aid.
Sna Freneiseo. Califernia.
U. Hanna. Kclparst.
hietviil Br-«t.. Spriogtifla.
will be a paramount one in the Presi
— II.iimltoti. C«'Usgc Drove.
F. OPTIZ. Popriet«* Dvvciiport
dential election. It will be so became “ A T R t ’ E B L U E P R E S B Y T E R I A N .»
C. IF Fttvudly. Monroe, lleuton county.
it is a live question— one that touches
Ao«t:ts wauted in every county and towi
?«. Morse, Sublitiiity.
McKiunay A Co , Turner's Mills.
in the the Mate.
A True Blue Presbyterian,” in a l«t
the intere't of every on'\ in a place v i'
Detch A Uinwluil, Jctlti'ou.
MRS. L. A. STIPP, Manbfacturcr
tal to his well-being and prosperity. I f ter to the Northern Whit), un lush pa
Lift Insurance U iu p a n j
the people o f the North are to be beg per, says the Pittsburg ( Pa) Co thole
gared and starved to death by high offers the following reasons f>r de W A L T E R
B R O S . ,
taxes by immense robberies, it is a mat clining to “ shout ” at a recent meeting
ter of entire indifference under what “ for the Episcopaliau Church o f Ire
IVGW Y O R K .
CARPET AND PAPER BARSIK
kind o f Government it is perpetrated. land:” —
NORTH F R O N T A N D E STR E E T.
1st.— Because the Protestant Church
T I O I V i : R 8 a H i! R K A P K R « '
T he O a k l a n d .M a i l .— We find the
o f Ireland is the church o f a small min
v iftu r m i!
following in the Chicago trib u n e:
F. S WINSTON. President.
ority, and i* an alian church, inaintai«i.
Over 00,000 Miinojactnred And now
Wells, Fargo & Co., are receiving
) EG LEAVE TO INFORM TIIE PEOPLE
I R O \
FO U N D ER S,
*-d and defended by English bayonets
) that they have removed their extensive
pay for carving the United Statesman*,
sntal IirCOIfK over
against the national will.
stock t.i the 8t«>re. M !. M ) F R O N T street,
the same as if no railroad had been
2 4 .0 0 0 7ft
2 d — Because it is full o f abuses, such tor luc rl» occupied hy
built west of Omaha, and notwithstand
'«bruary l«t, Dft7*
^ di'd the fir't prize. Ten pounds sterling,
as endowed parishes, where there are
Purely VI ut uni; profit«
Where they will upon latest importations of lit iho Great (Juudr'enniul Trial ut Plymouth. BOILER
ing (he fact that it ie now carried by
neither parishom-rs, church, or services,
England, July, IStij, and at the Great National
the railroad for nearly seven hundred
Field Trial, held at Auburn, N. Y , in July.
aud it pays a number o f absentee cler.
miles, or one third o f the distance, for
CA II PET, PA P a R- IIA A GIXG
Hfifi, the First Premium, GRAND GOLD F1NHESE WORKS ARE LOCATED ON holders* exclusively.
gyiuen who are seldom iu irelund. In
I the bank of the river, one block north el Stockholders to sliarfcproi.
which they receive $750,000 per annum;
Couch's Wharf, and have facilities for turning
FLOUR A X I) TABLE OIL CLOTH,
furthermore, the railroad companies are
out machinery promptly and efficiently.
We bavc secured the services of Mr. John
THE P R I Z E W O V V E R ,
paid $150 per mile for said service, in •Some left their country fur their country’«good.
Every per«on Insured in th« H U T U A I*
iv is o r . shades , dam asks ,
Nation, as Director of the Work*, whose ex
addition to the $450 per mile paid to 3d.— Because the whole o f the inhabi
LIFE XV8URANCE COMPANY OF NEW
Vbile it retains*all the advantages which I j <. perience on this Const for fifteen years gives
the express company.
The House tants o f Ireland have to pay for the
ha« a constantly Increasing Policy
LA C a C I'K 7 A IX S, COR SIC a V, made it so uuiversal a tavosita, is ^really iia kinds of machinery required for mining and
Postal Committee will probably report support o f the Episcopalian Church, us
proved by addition of the
or dooroaeing Promium as ho may Prefer.
a bill to cut off the express company, the Undowner lays a rent on his t< ri
Steel Lined Guards.
W« ure prepared to execute orders for all
BAS'D AS's) G I L T MOLD’GS,
Xeir Pitman Connection,
and require them to refund what has ant sufficient to covtr the tithes he has
s asses of Machinery and Boiler Works, such
Dividiieds paid annually.
Stronyer Knivts, AdjastUAe
improperly b#cn drawn from the Treas to pay. and the teuunt in turn raises tbe
R. GLISAN, M. D , )
And all good* in tko Carpet an* Upholstery
holding Shoe awl Spring Sent,
[ Medical Examieers.
B in in ; and Steamboat
ury, already amounting to over $300,* price of bis produce, so as to cover his , line. TV« import our goods dirset from the
Making it a perfect machine. The lightesi
ilson , M. D )
Eu*t, andsell them uow at
M A C H IN E R Y ,
droit, the most durable, nnd at the same time
For Agonoios, Information, Blank A ftlim *
4th.— Because, if tha Episcopalian
LESS THAN SAN FRANCISCO PRICES.
“ M u l f o r u ” O n S h o r t S k i r t s .—
iu the world.
tient ft# ,
Church is to retain its endowments,
Prentice Mulford, in a letter to the
W A L T E R B R O S.,
QUARTZ MILLS. MIXING PUMPS
R & H E A T H ,
Stockton Gazelle, says:
T h e S e ll-R a k e R c n jir r !
♦ t\ # C . ft c .
have to be endowed also, and some Epis
and the Territoriaa.
The superiority o f the present style
Mannfwetnrs aad repair machinggy « f «D
o f short skirts was never more apparent copalians seem ready to consent to this
Cornor o f Stark and Front Straats.
and is constructed on the most scientific prin kinds.
DALY & S T E V E N S .
than during the pre>ent wet season.—
ciples. Tbe New Mowing Attachment gives
P O R T L A N D . O.
G E X ERAS AGEXTS,
geneual satisfaction und makes one of the most Irou Shutter W «r k at San V r w s lk t s
One cannot avoid regarding the gills and fishes. *
B .» . BROWN, A«**»,
Episcopalian office— No. 104 Front Street, Portland, convenient combined ¡Self-Rnke Reapers
Cost and Freight*
far Salem, Oreg««
on Montgomery street at present with
knowu, and we fully warrant it.
interest. They trip so free and uuob
(Opposite Franklin Book Store.)
•tructive. The brevity o f their dresses trorn many o f its highest and richest
T h e H a n i l - R a k c R e a p e r , Dunbar’s Self-adjusting Patent Piston Packing
is graded according to character aud
W OOL CARDITCr.
\ \ J ILL GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
temperament. Very modest and retir Oxford, and Dublin.
tiie Collecting and adjustment of ac Is at the sawe time thepactsadvaqa tbe best oi Either applied to old or new steam cylinder
6rh — Becanse the «ame Church in counts, bill« aud notes; Negotiating lulitud the kiud ever offered. It cuts a swarth five feet
H* undereigned having located » New
ing females have about an inch and a
bills; edectiug loans; telling and loosing real wideiu Reaping, and four and a half iu Mow
Double Cylinder Cardin*
half between the bottom o f the gowns
estate ; house renting, and to the general agen tug. As a Mower it is equal to tbe beet Fold
BtilM ennth of Sublimity, eix miles Dortb.es»
and the pavement. Cheerful gi*lg, two
cy business ie all its brauchcs.
vf Seio. end one-fourtb mile of Lmcbv e Ferry,
iug Bar machine iu use. The ease with which
un the North Santiam, respectfully solicit, pok-
it is laanagtd, and in changing taoia Mower
and a half. Lively girls, who skirmish the churchyard.
WARD S. STEVKNS.
JAS. L. DALY.
round the confines o f the church, uud
‘ ^ T i T T S i n e will be under the centrel ef
it. Manufactured by tbe
teach a class, in Sunday School, to k«<q> at once arrogant and iutolera> I, and its
•xperieneed operatives, and satisfactien is
up appearances, four inches. Gay girl«, members have been at no pains to con
who know what they are about, but will
C a r d i n g
Mowing and Reaping Machiue Company,
F arm ers, A tte n tio n !
ride out to the Cliff IIouso with a re
CORNER OF FIRST AND MORRISON 8t*.
HOSSICK FALLS, N. Y.
Will h« done at tbe reduced price of Eighft
spectably dis>ipated man if they want to Church— ‘ the Church o f the rich’—
Pound, when grease or oil is furn
¡NEW WAREHOUSE AT SOLA! ished. per
do so. four and three quarters. Fast could easily support itself, seeing that
If I furnish lard. Ten Cents per Pound.
If I furnish lard oil, Twelve and a half Cento
girls, five. Very fast six. I know.— the Roman Catholic Church—^the
40 V/ourtland Street, New York.
HE BEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS
W hen one has measured, one has «
206 Lake Street, Chicago.
hotel in tbe State, where every want is
One pound of nice clean lard for each eight
anticipated and cheerfully supplied.
right to know, f
Forign Office U pper ThomabSt-— 77 Lon
‘ I Polk county, are now prepared to receive Grain pounds ef Wool, er one pound of lard oil for
paid to the Church o f Ireland be e x
¡on Storage. Thewarehouae is ftirnished with •ach ten pounds.
B i t t i n o E x t r a o r d i n a r y - — Capt pended on huudred« o f more useful and Warm ft cold Baths attached to the Honse. Deescnptive Catalogue sent on application.—ly ;EleT||t(ir” Hopper Scalee, addali the fateet
To insure good Rolls the Wool must be
John F. Miller asks us to give notice beneficial national purposes.
Th5g jjote| is iocated ne t the-Steamship
N e l l W ashed and Cleaned e f T rash)
HECK ETTA CLARK.
tbat himself, and Mr. Dan. Waldo have
“ P th— Beeause there WlN never be Lauding. The Hotel Coach Will be in attend- J* € '•
p .'s.— Merchant* will find it to their advan-
Also, it should be graded.
each deposited $1,000 in gold in the peaee nnd contentment-in Ireland till ance at all
m, n *
T V F T V rT l I
¡tage to do thoir shipping through our Ware-
«afe o f J . C. Bell, Esq., which amount thi. Church (.h e bud,-, o f . conquered
J. , ¡bouse, as we atend to t*to business in person,
“ *"J ‘ T ¿“ sewa “ ? “ “ *
D. S. STAYTON.
is offered to be bet as an even thing on nation) be pnt on an equality with oth er.
JOHN C. D0RCY,
J . 8- South,# election.— Record.
BRUTAL r o o m s —ft'o a« lieto t h e # i^
C 4 S M F 4 1 D T O A W M M A Tf
j ¿riffi CUursk«*
WHEN A FEW BOTTLES OF
O raok ers
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