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..JAN. 2, 1890
Ffj VHNZA, OR LA GRIPPE.
This disease, which resembles a
cold of a most depressing character,
is presently spreading itself very
rapidly over thenorthern hemis
phere. It has traveled from Russia
into almost all the other European
countries, and is now on a very
'"rapid westward march through the
North American continent. Though
many we'll informed people at this
time seen; to regard influenza as an
almost new disease, it is not so by
any means. Under different names
it has existed probably sincq the
ninth century to the knowledge of
the medical profession, but we only
spealt with certainty of its existence
in the fifteenth century, when seven
great epidemics of this disease are
recorded. In one of these the law
courts of Paris were closed on ac
count of .the number of deaths. The
earliest Record of this epidemic hav
iigvisitfed the British Isles is in
iji". ah tudi jcai 11 urigiuaicu 111
aiana, cossea into Sicily, tpam.
t Portugal, Germany? and westward
iuto"TrWce and Britain and soon
scarcely a family in Europe escaped
J" 557 an epidemic spread west
ward from Asia through all Europe
and crossed the Atlantic to America.
In 1580 it spread as an epidemic
over Asia, Europe and Africa. In
1 59 1 it reappeared in Germany.
Between this date and 1655 it ap
peared several times in Europe. In
this latter date it is first recorded in
American annals according to
Webster. From this date to 1730
several small epidemics occurred.
In this year it spread over Russia,
Poland, Sweden, Germany and
Denmark. In Vienna 60,000 peo
pie fell ill of it. In a few months
it extended to England, France and
the rest of Europe. In this epi
demic the symptoms of the disease
wereVvery severe several being
delirious while others had faint-
'inffsJ Records show several visita
tions of the disease up to 1 762 when
all Europe was overspread by it.
dr . f .
in uermany nine-ienins 01 me pop
ulation were infected at that time.
In 17S2 it arrived from Asia into
Russia; then spread with lightning
like rapidity all over Europe seizing
upon v lenna as suddenly as it it
were a poisone 1 wind.
In 1 790 it is recorded as present
in North .merica when Geo.
Washingtorl is said to have had a
"severe anddangerous attack of it"
4 in Ve" YoAi AVe find it again in
i)H spreading, as at the present
e from Russia, all over Europe,
'eral minoT epidemics occurred
veen this date and 1836. In
year it began in China and for
f-rly three years kept spreading
) er almost the whole world. The
attention given the malady was now
marked by the volumnious litera
ture contributed at that date on the
epidemic. In 1837 it again broke!
out in Russia, and as usual followed
a westerly course, extending into
Africa and Australia. From this
time to 185 1 there were several epi
demics of influenza. About this
time one-fourth of the city of Lon
don was afflicted with this disease,
and the death rate was, as is always
the case, enormously increased.
Several epidemics of a more or less
wide spread characters occurred in
isti, 1867 and 1874. In 1879 a
largp area of the United States was
afflicjed by it. One writer says that
trtffj3 and 1880 influenza prevailed
in the United States as an epizootic,
chiefly affecting horses.
Our readers are probably desirous
at this time of knowing definitely the
characteristics of the disease. With
out entering into technical or pro
fessional terms we shall endeavor
to give a general description of the
malady as it affects its victims, sup
posed causes, methods of infection,
tient experiencing chilly sensations
especially about the region of the
spine. These frequently alternate
with flushes of heat. Pain, burn
ing sensations, general uneasiness,
and rise of temperature follow.
After a few hours catarrhal symp
toms manifest themselves by con
gestion of the mucous membrane of
the nose, eyes, windpipe and ac
companied by headache. The
patient now sneezes very frequently,
coufyhs and is perhaps croupy or
breathless. At this time the tongue
is furred, appetite is gone, thirst
great, throat dry and hoarse, eyes
watery and a most copious discharge
of an acrid character flows from the
nostrils which frequently reddens
the skin about, the nose and upper
lip. The chief symptom felt by
the sufferer is one of complete ex
haustion and depression. His pulse
is small and rapid and his skin is
. f i. 1 1 t
aiy ai nrsi, uui auusequenuy 11 is
moist. His muscles all seem to
ache, and frequently he is pained
along the margin of the ribs. Some
times bleeding at the nose occurs.
These symptoms subside in a few
days, and if no relapses or compli-
cations occur Be ik well in a week.
The disease, therefore, is not a
serious one in f.self. Relapses,
however, are apt to occur, and as
the disease is ven debilitating these
are apt to be a serious matter to the
weak and aged. Complications are
the chief objects of dread, especially
to old people and these are chiefly
diseases of the organs of respiration,
such as pneumonia and bronchitis.
Earache, vomiting and disturbance
of the digestive tract may occur.
The parties affected are just as
liable to contract the disease at any
future time. There is no prevent
ative. The best course, therefore.
is to have the system in as good
condition as possible so as to await
the epidemic, as the sailor prepares
his vessel to weather the gale. (In
our next issue we shall present our
readers with some further remarks
on this subject.)
AS IT AFFECTKD HU.LSBORO.
The year that is past came to this
little town much as other years have
done for several decades. In the
early spring, however, a few trans
actions in real estate within the city
limits were made. They were fol
lowed by others chiefly iu the un
occupied grounds of Senator
Tongue. Bye and bye there was a
general demand for town lots. The
local enthusiasm thus created did
not by any means end here, for a
great many of our citizens and new
arrivals built handsome houses on
their purchased grounds. The ad
dition known as Fairview has been
made the home of many who wished
to !e in or near our little city. In
every part of the town the carpen
ter has been busy, and the popula
tion has increased.
In the early fall the proposals of
the A. & vS. C. R. R. were made to
us and were met by all our citizens
and neigh bors who had any public
spirit, with an enthusiasm which
will ever be a credit to our town.
The result is that we. have now a
railway being rapidly built which
will give us access to the sea coast
New business houses have been
added to the business part of the
town, and we learn that we are
likely soon to have more industries
established among us.
A year of time, however, brings
many other changes, and there are
several well known and loved faces
missing from among us who wel
comed 1889 along with us. A few
of these have left the town for
various causes. Others have been
called to the unknown country to
which we all. must emigrate.
Hillsboro, being now assured of j
another railway, and having the
Thorn and other addit'ons leing
added to it, cannot help leing a
town of great importance in the
near future. This is manifest all
around us. We have the country
to back it; our citizens are energetic;
manufactories must increase with
population. Prosperity follows.
Vive la Hillsboro!
The Jefferson ians propose to send
up a petition to congress to open
the Santiam river to navigation to
their prosperous and beautiful town,
thus striving to have the advantage
of competition in freights. This is
a worthy aim and deserves success.
Stanley was to sail for Kgypt on
STANLEY HAS COME!
The Hero of AfricaA w Book
Ills Wouderful Adventure.
Henry M. Stanley stands now a the
greatest explorer nml adventurer the
world tins ever known. He i the hero
of the most remarkable discoveries in alt
the record of drinj; and exploration).
Emirs Pasha wan wandering somewhere
in the tropica! wilderness, and strug
gling to hold the country of which he
wa. ruler. Manlejr hastens to the reseue.
He vanishes from the sight of the civi
lized world; months and season pass,
and still no news from Stanley.
After untold privi utions and amazing
triumph!, he emerged from the wilds of
the Dark Continent accompanied by
Emin Pasha. In hi lust great triumph
he ha put the climax upon all In pre
vious exploration and victories.
Hi adventure and discoveries have
been grand, wonderful and marvelous.
The full and authentic account will be
related in the new genuine Stanley book,
from his first entrance into Africa, and
richly illurtrated with over 400 of the
grandest and most wonderful new en
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The beautiful anow 1
Ex-President Cleveland addressed
the Boston Merchants' Association
on the 1 2th inst. on the occasion of
their annual banquet. The speech
has been widely circulated and
freely commented upon by journals
of the different political persuasions.
Here is one passage, which is
characteristic of the man:
'Equal rights and impartial jus-
tice are stipulations of the compact
we have entered into with each
other as American citizens; and so
likely adjusted is this plan of our
political association that favoritism
for the sole advantage of any sec
tion of our membership inevitably
results in an encroachment upon
the lienefits justly due to others.
But these things sit so lightly upon
the consciences of many that a
spirit of selfishness is abroad in the
land, which has bred the habit of
clamorous importunity for govern
ment aid in behalf of special inter
ests imperfectly disguised under
the cloak of solicitude for the pub
The Chicago Inter-Ocean comment
ing upon the alxve, remarks:
"Condensed into strong campaign
English all this palaver alout
'special interests, etc., would
stand, 'The tariff is a tax.' But
Mr. Cleveland was talking to mer
chants. Now, merchants are men
who buy and sell, and they can not
sell largely in a market depleted of
money. Consequently it is their
'special interest' that money
should le widely diffused through
the medium of high wages, and not
lumped in the hands of a few, for a
market with the many is more
profitable than a market with the
few. Mr. Cleveland did not know
this; his merchant hearers did. The
merchants of Boston, as of Chicago
and New York, mainly are protec
tionists, because it is their sjecial
intrrest' that the great mass of the
people, the clerks and lxxk-keepers,
the spinners and weavers, the
miners and furnace men. the sailors
'and tailors, the cariienters and
blacksmiths, the painters and
printers, the farmers and the cow
boys should have more money to
spend than the like classes have in
other countries. They do have it,
concurrently with, and because of,
protection. It isthe siecial in
terest' of the merchants that they
should continue to have it. And
the two 'special interests' make
one national interest, to protect
which President Harrison was
elected, and for wishing to do away
with protection to which Mr. Cleve
land was rejected
1.1 1 V. SKETCHES
Of our Washington County Plourers.
r.Kop.iii: w. iciiKitrs.
( Cnntiiiueit. )
Oregon City was the first place of 1
importance lie halted. From ta.it j
place he traveled to the Hntte vvliere j
he found an old compnnion, who '
assisted htm to build a ciibm. Here j
lie hired nut to n in in named Hub
bard for four months, when 'he
bought u srutili farm in partnership
with a man named Cumpo. After a
year, Cal Wilkins vnun lon and
resided with them. Ueaiing that
Newell and Meek, old friend in the
Rocky mountains, were coming to J
Oregon City, Squire Ebberts and STKAYED !
Cal Wilkins went to meet them.:
.... . . , , ' PKOM m-ar Buxton Pt4toiTiCf. Kirbt Imnd
When they got there they found r of Cattle. oiiKistintf of :t Hd a-venr
that all Newell' and Meeka goods ! ?! 2!? V? ''ntVSp lt,'d ?yr d1
were transferred acnss the Willam-i Y-nriiti Hifrr. t'ntti-ar mark. t f,i
.. ., , .,. T . , ! l'w fork in -arh tar nnd nmt-rbit in ritrlit
ette, on the persuasion of lJi.l Doty, j Any i-rs..n fin.iintf unut ettu will pwe
They all started for the Tualatin
plains where Doty lial Lis home on
the Meek plain. At this time Ro
berts Htuch a stick whre he intended j
to make his future homo the jdace
where his house h:ts lonp; been; Cal
Wilkin did the same on the ground
where hi home is. Wilkins, Kb.
berts. Meek unl Newell now went
to the Butte where Kbherts sold hi
shate'of the claim ho had with
Compo for 130 bushels of wheat
when it was raised. All four now
returned to tlie Tualatin plain
amidst a rather severe snow Btorm.
Wilkins ami Ebberts built a log
cabin on Wilkin's ground, not far
from K. Imbrie's palatial residence.
Here they cleared 15 or 2'J acres of
ground aud fenced it, which took
two or three years. They then built
a log cabin for Kbberts. The cattle
now were divided as also the grain.
Wilkins helping Kbberts to improve
his place. There were no roads
here iu the plains in these fifties
and 110 trading point nearer than
Oregon City. The wheat agreed to
as the price of half the claim on
which Compo resided had to be
packed on mules Mud horses.
To make ends meet Kbberts often
wei.t to Oregon Citj and other places
to work. Once he unit a man named
Dick McKay made a large number
of shingles for IVttygrove iu Ore
gon City. These were generally
made and whipped to the Sandwich
islands from a point some five miles
lelow Oiegon City. One day the
squire said to Peitygrove, "why
don't you go down to tint place and
lay out a town there?" pointing to
the site of the present Portland.
Pettvgrove afterwards did fo, in
partnership with a man named
Lonsdale, according to the le.t be- I
lief of the squire.
A Harrow ;rpc.
Col. XV. K. Xtfl-on, of Drooklvn, enmc ;
homo one evening, fe.-lincr ti jwenliar
(il,i,.iiiilrh,..t Hef.-ir.. t, firii, r i
he tricn to drr a ion-' nresth. but
found it almost lmpo-.il;e. . He f iifj
fered four .lays from pneumonia, and
the doctor g-tv hi in up. Or. Atker'is
English Remedy for Consumption saved
him and lie i well to day. For hale at
HilUboro Pharmacy. I
Real EftUte TrantactiMt.
T M TTine and wf, to C IT Banfoi
8 45-100 acres,
res, Sec 9, T 1 N, It 4
cr to Thr II Smith, 2s
ncri. PM Walker don T 2 3. It 3 W;
! J.imd Yotinjf and wf to LLWhit
j roml.. .m 100 acre, M Moore don T 1 N,
; R 2 V; 1 50.
Martin Cneee to Wm Porter, SO arres
Sec 23. T t N'.i: 4 YV; o(0.
J-vte iMvi to Grant I. Urhr, 89 acre.
P CI T 1 S. It 2 W; $2400.
P Vns'rmsn and wf to Tlios II Smitrl
211 ?-lfr are. Serf' ft and 1C T 2
It 2 W. and S- :ir. T 1 fi. It 3 W; M4'.
W r. Itopt et al l-y P M PennUShtT. to
Martlia IJn.wn. V. of lot 3 blx-k .'?0
Port Orore; $200.
M V Ireland ami wf to Tierre &
Moore, incre sec 12 T I X, It 4 V:$100
Smif to I C Moore, 'acre name e.
J P Pierre and f to J C Moore, nnd
'x aire, wc 12. T 1N.R4W;
At th rHnlenr of tli lrida parent,
nenr Muliiio. Clncknma comity, Oregon.
otrt Nu!mI tf Antoria to I-ttie
I'aine. Hev. Juhu Duronl! oflirintini'.
Combines Pie juice of the Blue Fiol
California, so laxatire and nutri(kus
with the medicinal virties of plant,
known to be most beneficial to the
human system, forming the ON LY PER
FECT REMEDY t act gently e:
promptly on the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND 'BOWELS
A WO TO
Cleanse the System Effectually,
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Vaturally follow. Every one is v.ing it
s.nd all are delighted with it. Ai yui
druC't for SYRUP OK FIGS. Manu
factured only Ly the
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CQm
Sam I'kAxciw.0, Cal.
lot'isviLLS, Kr. Yokk. N. V
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TSie Potter Is 40. Horse rower and
Entriue :.". Fixtures all 'omiIetf.
tlo, a Spin of
I . and 6 years
j Aply to
old; warranted Rood.
inform me nt Hint on r U.
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travels. It hn- tt-n wacprly wit-d. nnd
will l liior MHictit uftrr, ruakv uior
money f"r the nt-nt. and inakv it mmr
tian nuj Ixjuk iiu-U fur the rr 11m
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miiiU't;i"'""!'"n'' 1 o not Im tit-t-HTeii
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Vi iiiitttiiu thi to rotwt our ntfcnls
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2r Country lrolne Tiikcn in Kc!niiik''.
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mm iwim n mm,
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Liits 0 at the ridiculously low price of $7 oarli
011 tlitk Instalment Plan $10 and $5 per month.
IlilUlMiro i fast iifcotrilntr uml Is dstiued to be the leading town of the
Ureal illiimette Vulley, which Is the Eden of the New World. New
Kailroad Contiect'oa with the Ocean; New Machine aud Itepulx Shops, em.
plojiii? iot?0 men; tin Motor l onuectlon with 1'ortlnnil, will all teud to
make llillslioro the Scuttle" of Oregon. ;
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renter. It " lv feet, in-.iili; ot" ami eM'Iiiilinij stris-ts anl h1Ii;v, which are i
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times what they now w II for w ithin ii months.
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followinff-naiiifd tattler haa filed
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tiotic of hi" intention to make final proof
in aupport of hi claim, and Hint nid proof
will I mi iiimJh In-fore th County Jniu.e, or
in hi abrucp. before ll County Clri kof
Waliin(;ton Couutr. at Hitlaboru, Ortwon.
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'ee'. M. I 'Mili.iiiui anci W. It. KIwHnJ, nil
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VN'ill b nuut On Ver as a
A Wedding Present
To t-wery nwly-rnnrrid oup! w hoH ad
drfMM and 10 rent to pay mtHt,'f 1 iwiit
to th illilitr withiuoiu) j nr from tlu
tiatf of their iiiiirriHi-.
IViwiiih Nfiiiiinir for this prt-nt ai r
queHtcd to at-lid copy of m p.ipt-r o,iliiliiiu-.'
a H4titf of tht-ir marriaiff. or fiii otlit-r
fVid-no that .hull aiuonijt to a rt-MMoiiHli!r
pnaif that tuy art- nUtl. J to tho iuat;.i
suif uudt-r th atatv offer. Addri-Ms
VM KKTIN'O of th atookliolJfrx of the
l'irttt Nationitl Ibmk of llilUlnro, t)r
eon. will Ih- brld at their ItHiikiinr 1Ioiim-.
on M'KSUA Y. J:uitiHrv 14. 1VI. t-twefii tlie
liur of IO and 4 o'clia'k of hhiiI d.iv, fur
the. elr-i'tiou of dirt-cior for tliti eimuitii;
J. I). MKIIKYMaN. Cashier,
- 3E. -
rujin? luvetiiifiit of the diiy, d.iu't
of iri-ttlnif a Sot In !
Brlek Illork, llillslioro. Or.
all and Sec
Urttrr & 1
An l fft your mouay'a worth o
Toilot Articles, Envolopos
and Paper, Musical Mor
chnndiso, and everything usually
kept in a l-'irt CIksh Country lruK, liook
and Njvfltv hi.m-.
PRESCRIPTIONS and FORMULAS
CarefnlW nHnwiundml at nllbonra
HV VI K I CK .if an i-n and Ord. r
of Sal, iMsiicd out of tliK Circuit
Court of tlu Ht;ilof tlrcyoii for WmhI iii
tonCiHinlv. Htid to iiiMdin-cti'd Mini tli livcr
eJ, upon a jiidt'iiit'iit utnl iI(-it -, in wl.i.-li
KhI- H. M ihtjoinriv whn I'luiniitT, mill .1 .
II. Mil till )llll.l:ilif . cihii Until lllf
to niiikt tli Kirn ot t-.VM)il, mill ii.iii.-t
(Iitrt oii ut iIim mti. of M per i-i tit. jn-r 1 . 1 1 11 1 1 111
from tin- LMth day of cil iiiln r, l. Mini
Him furilii r hum of 4 75, mid Immki nl
I'Tiu ' f.., and Ibf tta mid ilit hihi.-
Illfllt Of tlllM Mil It. tHKI'd lit If. 7. ''. Otlt Ot
tli follownij; dt-M-rilx-d tnu t of hind in
NVaxliintnii Coiuitv, On-ion, and -1 1 1 j
more pi,rlii;utirlv d-HoriUd 104 IoiIouh, tu
J-i.'iti!iiiii nt Hit norllinft 1'nMii'f 11I tin
north t iii irti r of Section t Ii a- 1X1.
lowiislnp ni t 1 I ) Noitli, (ii!i.;i. f .i!t- ci
Wi-h? of iIk- W ill;. un tie. ii,eriiu 11. r tmmi '
tin lice aoiitli f.iitv IoIh; ttni.ie ui i
out- lii.mlied mill twenty I 1 '.'11 1 t.nt: tl.enee
iiirtliuei.t to tli N . V. coi tier of Miii.l 11 i t Ii
Wt'xt qilitlter of i'- tliiti three I :t ; theiiei
cist to the tioitlieii't ccitier of mud ij'i.iitwr
fce-tloti to I he .!,. -c of t n - ' 1 1 1 1 1 (.: . tx III.,
tjillty ttf Cl'ii uere-i. in the 1 1 . in i .e.ii
CI him Ili nrv S.iinh rx, and Imohij the
umine tr iet of laiul eoiivejt il to xunl U. ti'tiil
Hiit hv II I,, l air and wife i.y .!...!. re
cordeti on p.o e I'.'.i, lto.ik ''' of iocmils o
leedot Mild Count v- I did. on the l'7lh
diiy ol N..veinlM r. A. 1 1. Ik.i, in piii n,iiii.e
cf H.iid j nliii' 1 t anil id it, e, . 1 1 1 : v lew
11 1 n. 11 the Hinivi- ili'inU'il ICe.il J 'r rt ;
.Now, thereforn, I will Mil, on
Saturday, the 11th ln of .fnii.iarj ,
A. I. IMHI, nt tlx- South .lour of the Court
lloite, in Hillshiro, iiKhiii.t'ii Count v.
i h. i. 011. nt 111 o'eliM'k A. M. of uhl 1! iv, all
the iiltovti ilerw'i ihed real prope.tv. to the
hn.'li' ht luil.li r, f.ircHwh in IhiikI. I S. (jold
toui, 011 tl.tv of Hale, to K.it 1-I v tlie fit lit
hen mix lote named Minn and tile chmIh
mi. I fxpcni-c of thin iii'tton, and of lliin
S lid Land i Hold Hiihjet't to K ileliit ion,
n p-r Statn'u of Ireiron.
iiin-KS in y hand thin N'ou'eiii'i r '.'7, ls.'.i
I', M. li:.N!S,
SlielilT of WllKthilitoll ('iillllt, On oll.
Patent Expansion HublxM
Hiickcl Cliafn I'ninps.
s'lj.h riiofiuki ri;:.
I f'Setid in jour I tt.ieiw.,;.- J lo I
1 vi ii 1 is.
I1' rcti I". Woo , 1 vh.
II 1 L LSIIOIU)
pnotlfiti o tonriPTrn n '
uunmn viuuoitn, nuns
Mala Stroet. - II ILLS BOKO
3IUTT0X, VKAL, I
' . 'V1, ,,i 'V
Krpt con.untly i.n Imiid, :
... . . .
II initial market pi Ice paid IVr :
; Ili-etes, Mutton, Veal ami llnjfs. '
EA1U OEAIJXi TO AM,!
SUISr'.UTION Id Alt AM TEH
Plcnso Civo us a Trial.
THE STOIh Jli
r "OTOORAf M
' T o k nn t'iH pietiire iih thru on that " Thu
IiIii.vii tiii i M are 1 V11. I li .rilili-tliii of plioto
l?rui'ii tn ken fr.iu hfn of Mm. Morton I). Har
lan,. li i re .M-" t Nn. Wt '.th Ptrr-t, Nw
Xi.rk ''iiy 1 tin first ohm wan taken In Norai -lier.
1';'. hi!e in the ls.t KlaKea of notiauuip.
t on. fihii l"tie.l Lv pliTi-ii'lnim anil inourfiial hf
f.-i-iMi lliHiothf-r wan tnkpn In lAavmbar,
!., when nniplet.)y rwnvfrwl, and iiUrJf
thrrMiiM the us vt I'r. Ai ki-r KiirUii llrwml f
for CnriMirnrtlin. Th aho plcturr ar wood
put, tint tier nn trux to I If and Ui Ortirlnal
t.hiitie'rnpli'. fski-n from ltf. can ba at ail
the .Inn' tore Mr. . Harlmi' couiBi'Uui
beimn a corimimption nmiallr dum, Willi a
coimti In tha riioriilnir. raWlnit of ptileiroi, tlrl
n t rtpprriM'it feehnmi. a Im k of pall, Uia
loan of leti ami pnlii Ihrouirtiiait IIm Ittxly.
Kh dl'l ii"t reahjiM her ex I renin danpr until U
Im'mnu atiiDst im lt. hut lia In in parfffol
healirt t'nliiv fir Aekera Kovllah HtriiivOf
fir .'oniiniiilon K anlil lv all rrputabla druj(.
iU. l uu an I uffortt to ii ui(iotl il,
il. Y. PA'JTEHSOX.
... iii;ij;u in.,,,
I'u rn Kmc, Carpets,
111 ddim;. ham, rvrti:.
run iti: uia mix,
Al "O, H I.I. LINK OF
:'-All (.oo.ls Sol, I nt 1'ortlund l'rfcei.
X. M. GOSNEY,
MAIN Si ll i: K1 ,
Clilliei n finn lino of
CO.M EC TI0NEHV,
t'Ki A US,
A Fine Soda Fountain I
'i rr- the refr-Hhiiitr bevernprfi will b oa
tap diiriii. the hot Mimiuer daya, hat juat
arrived hum New 1 oik.
jvrl-".-1 co t'reaiivParlorr
i . nu, .1.11, U l'MILelu.iv. . i
1 1-41 mu-u nei-itinij n in xiiineut,H. , ai-n
Hillsboro llriek Co.
"'IV ""w "" '""u' " A"""' ,un'ly of
I'lIiST - CLASS
At tlinr New VhiiIh, nnd urn rrndy ta
Hiipply tlnir 1 1 1 ii ii y t'lmuiiior in
s,,lIi Iavm Lots!
JAS. . SKWEI.fc,
I'rnpl li ter, ' .lOM'I'll ADAMS,
' -MS AIIAMS.
IS THOItOt'OHLY Sl'l'l'MEI) WITH
1 (Very ieiiiri'ii.eiit tiecesHiiry in con-
d net mi.' a til.l -eiiihs lrn Htura No el-
j iim Iimm lu-eii Hpiireil tn attntmnii this end.
I he pnreHt. Dins only are supplied to It I
and every cum is hentowed on tha'I'ro.
w-riptioti lii pmtiiii nt, niht and day.
I Dees are nci uldliy hi low Hunillir ho'nsea
In nddifi'.n to th n oni,tr Drrnr and J'r.
aenplioii trule. a t ry lull line of nil
I coiifttantly cftrri!
Are always on hmul in :reat variety,
nnrsiiEs, sro.oi:s, chemicals,
I'Al.vrS, OILS, YAItXINHES,
';t" eoiiKiderablo rpuulity, ' alwaya im
Of uli kinds, but only of the finest qaat
it ica supplied on presoriptioc