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THE EMTE1PI1SE. I
OREGON CUV," OREGON, )1AY 9, 17J.
I)KTnnTiVE Finr.. At aVut 1 ::v
last Friday evening the alarm of lire
was sounded through our quiet city,
and liefore the ieoi le""vvere fairly on
the streets, the steamer Shoo-Kly was
cnvelopi'il in in one Maze of tire. The
1 epartuieitt was promptly on the
jrrountl, out l.-efore they reacht-ti the
wvnc of action, the llaiiics had spread
to the st"anir Alice, and that heautiful
Imat was also a flame ot lire. Jth
1 - vi t -!.. K- i ill ! lie 1 i:i;ii on t !.i bi:n 1 i
.... - --- - -- -- -
f if M iiu street, and within twe nt v feet
fthelarure lhn.ii ir.:; mills of Messrs.
RarocUe it Co. Hut thl"U-:'. the ex
Ttioii.sTf our liremen and on; t-iiixciis.
the flam- were eounni d to tin
Imkus. and so t tleetix civ did our tire-lu-Mi
work, that they saved both of the
hulls of the boats,' the lire tloiicr but
little damage to the hull of the Shot -Fly,
an t noti to th.e Alice. Tne mill
was not even seorched, which was at
on.-time thought to be utterly impos
sible tose.ve from tlicilevotuiiiu Haines.
The lire freqiieiil 1 V caught the blteU
jsmitli shops and 'other old build m-.'s
hne bv, but was put out prom;tly.
Tiie report was freely cireiil lictl that
thii lire w is the work'd' an ineendi uy,
and persons now claim that they have
:t clue to the perpetrators of the (Ma
le, lieal act. Hut from what information
we can obtain, and t he early hour ot
lh lire, we believe it was accidental
mi l not the work of inceii.liarisni.
Tne boats were lyinic wliere any pcr-
.s -diilil i-usilv jr mi board, and we
1,-arn th it the r-iom where the tire was
trit discovered coll tai noi I lie.:illii-i ana
that iM-rsoin were i
in the habit ol sleeii-
oil toiiu. lien '.i:h. .
.i i i . i -.
ill ail. L oiiicrs jiasseu n ii'-ie me
Siioo-i lv w.'.s ivi:ij;ai ii" nit o . 'in
., their lj lines at t ,'aneinali, tie y re
marked lit there wis something
biuniur. but coul 1 see no liht. At
a ii.iiL o'elock M r. S. 1j. Sievens pass-
ed bv the s i:ue i 1 ice. and he says he
siw'aliiit ii the Shoo-Fly. II" had
ii.it ir it to I'lii -m il!. when he observed
bv aivlleci i"ii on the rocks ont.'ieblud"
li dit. and turmti'-r round, saw tne
I. i it on i in; tin- 1 laze ornm
? p. r
w'l'-re he bad n.tie 'd the liirht
ireneral opinion here is that son
isou had done on board in the.
i ' rt of tlie evening ;..nd cither thrown
. t - .. .1
down a mao ii or siar. wnu-u 140:011
Avilh s.im 01 tiie t,a.-;!i on boaro, an !
tait the lire, had i ieen sml.!ei itt-t ir
ii time liet-ire it broke o'.lt :i ;i
z.e? Wh n it did 1'i eak oui . it was
w .rii. as :c was pi-a m i:ic rear
oi two l.ir;v 'i! tanks, one ot which
V is e.i.tl o;i and the other lai d. The
f.inii-r tn:; t,- i shortly after the al".rm
w.is iveii. w!i;.-:i threw its ei-i-.t- nts
ail uvr l.i.' boat, an t ai led mat, ri illy
t i th j'l' .-.'ress of tii' II uu -s. In our
tioi.iioii til lire was the work of eare-
s. and not intention. ,1. 1 tiie
aoi Id never have !eeii 1 dd up
the" were without a w.ilehm ;u
oil board o.j.t!iel!l. T ie story ot llie.-n-
ii uiiu is a-.: credited and unless we
have Ix-iter evidi nee than we are now
ia ooss.vs -i. e.i of. Wv eanimt bdi. Ve
t i.e. ham iii nature has l'. t so low down
i .:..!:. l ...... I
resori lo suc.l o i.ioow.-ai n. ois
fir rev ii
1 -si r iv iu4
" i:ii i...uy,
d.iM4 l ie, s,
1 :' ho a" V'T
ri -i d hi'i:
. T.ie lire was net only
t!l- property of the boat
but was to it-'ii ;!ly
oiie-r valuable property.
, ai soiik persons i!iv's:.'-
that there are a r.v grounds
f . th - Nuspiei..ii they are aiming to
ere it ', w ' :i i;ie that tin matter will be
lh,iro i.-!dy investigated. Where th re
ii ao .irelil c.irdessness, (we do not
eiiar'ie it in this case in partie.il.tr)
t a -re are ai .. ays tliose who are ready
to charge i!ie"wrk on ineendiai ism.,
:. as Hie .ase of the Factory which
h i sin '.v' en satisfactorily establish. i
ta tt it was lire accident. The lircmeii
deserve the credit of our people for
t i en Try .ii 1 skill tli y displ..yetl in
e-.'i!i.::i; :itin t!ie :! am -s. an i we have
hi I another e i ii. n -e ol" their ihci-
: I iss v:'il pi". .Ii.tl.ly be l.ot
e - .
1 '.A s ; f.i.l, iA
Of base 1 I..1 ii. tw-
of Port I i:i 1. an 1
1 1:.-- V mate!i evime
u tiie IV.eilie Clu'i.
the Ra-il -i s of : -
(;ly. t.e" J tiler C'llsWI
s. .I'.mics M . Warren, v'. II
I'a.-i. I..re ' irk. lii'nr'
i ; o!
. ' ::-
. il join
1 "i i tyer, nr.:1
orlm an. and A. F-l-iu
this eiiy, last S iii:r
e eomill ll -i-il ::' 1!
" irllef. .b.f.ll
lows, took ill ('
.1 iv. 'I'.i ' :i;ii
o'clock alii last ed
Th Re.sll.i-s had tie
S-1, i vVcd t ! 1' " "I.'l pet !
11 i eiV ta!; before
m'il about l:l'i
first imiiiiT. an
...i s tl. -it tiiey iia.
teet-i j 4 tii -v , i .
sired to c m oil' j. -tori. i
t air ! inn in..; I '.e K.i ; I t to
an I maim.- ncl it un'.ii li.,
:ii a x i.i-' tr i ie by foil r runs.
Kt iod, K :'-i -r.s :; : I'.u-i.ics,
1 u lb ;
.k the l-.-ad,
b se. u in-
Iiimi ly ejie -i s were iiiVcii lor
IX 'U il V boVS i.-.v ti.e- crowd I
tors .i'o h. I a 1:1 1 l.-d to w
t:4!ii-'. T.ie l.i-st of feelii!.'"
: ness t he
l.ed til" wh d LC-Uil". At th
t.'i-. e.iuie. l ie Lee;, .n ( 'it y
t l ie ir ixa -sis to a dinner !
J b hi. si . of w ! i ich t iay pa 1 1 o.'!
afirtaeir : -icise, " wiieii tin
1 .-r '.. 1-. cii.- Iif-iii- i-s-oll(d
b ise of
-"-. i ; i v i -
heart il v
W !' .;i bv Hi'.- Rashers ami sent , ,u"
. H::-... t h.-ii-tv eiieers which was
l -'o'i ii -.i bv th -' th- i'aeihics. ),,,!
1. I; ; .::!-.- .,.-.,::. ,,f ihei- icl..rv I
h.i'.ia-C l"'-e;i e- en . iel i 'd t o e;- j n t o t ! ic
tr.i ; 1 1 .. im.hr m.oiy iliadvautai;-es. A
number of its members had woi ked
rev ions lu zlil at the lire
y h id to i;K,' in a
l.ieir best el i.-rs
.-W uu iu! r. one
bi i:ig nnal ! to
. i . :
- put m "oiiseipieiice of tiie tire.
te. -S-' e':rcu:il-:t:l'.lccs oilr boVS
ii 1- r
1 ; e
of being sueer.'ssfid.
had good reasons
their success. The
pl-tved in Ior!l.sn i
a. n I t here fi ivi , I he-.
V feel proud of
11 'XI game !s to be
:i S curd. iV week, when We b. ive U-)
d ui 1 it o;ir boys will sustain tliems -1 ,-s
an t give their competitors another
t.irn. Tiie It'istl-rs liimicr am -eg
. :u-.' of tie; :v
'i i:;i. 'f.e following are the
olViDej-s (i-a-e.l tor t!;e ensuing
quarter beginning May 1st, at the l.Lst
iie-eting of Will iniette Iodge. No. l-i,
I . o. i ; . T., wile wiil bo installed next
Situr.h'V evening: .1. W. I'laekwcll
W. C. p. : Mrs. C. M. Kcster, W. V.T.
R. I.. Kisthaei. Nee.; 'i'. J . S ooner,
H. J . S. : 11 x. J. 1. l.oeev. 'W. T. ;
Mr. Watson. W. M.: Fred l'lnrst. W.
o. ;.; .Miss I-:;- i l-hidy. W. I.J.: lh-v.
.1. 1. I, erv. W . C. ; Itoduev Tliomp
ki::s, P. W. C. T.
Fi i.r.iNM t i. --We are infornied that
within the past two weeks six cb.ims
Jiie been taken up in the Ragle Creek
porti n of this county, an 1 that two or
three more families are -xected t!iis
M-i'rk. They are heartily welcome by
Jh.-ir neighbors, and will soon find
t homsol v s h-i .'eetly at horn . T.iore
s j.l -uty more room for industrious
p-coole in I he sime locality.
I1:.WY I'lti'.i'iii r. The Governor
4'r.vr passed down last Wcdnesday
w ;t'i 7') t'-tf tif freight and 1 passcn
o is on lo;;rd. Tiie people will patrii
sV.e her-in spite of the temporary offers
in ide bv t he monopolist w ho is doing
his best to brc .k down competition in
freight and rjvd. Ret the people sus
t.iin eompetitiori at a living rale.
-A. C. Riiley has pur-
;ienv ttuet-ttv o hisup
tiie iiuteher shop from the heirs of
1. Hubert, deceased. We hope lie will
fftr down the old shanties which are
ri the corner and a disgrace
town, and soou erect a good
Thank. AVo tender osir thanks to
Pie members of the Rasv Rdl Club for
an invitation tc their dinner list S it-
riven hrrf Wen vnt-
l.vni!!gU we tVila.tft-VSnW: i
A C VT.T.. V.
w . .
. ei n .... ui . . i o . .
vo .1 1,11 t 1 IS L JS:l Illlll IV 1
.'iii .vir. too.
- Rid. ronresonMiiT the i
hivi.,. i.., o imi w t. . i
n.i-.n. ss n.e,, ol II. .. Crocker A Co.. j
Cl - ,11 1 r:,n: 4 '-" i
-.-, ' . -.-5l- H
A1'oli.Ji:iidkii.-Oii last Tuesday
the news reached town that ,
. J. 1). llohins, a bachelor rvsiihiis ;
alone on the Tualatin, about four miles t
from this eitv. had been imiruci eu.
The brother, Mr. N. N. Robins resides
about two m.les beyond the house ot
the Jinirdi red man, and on last S.itur
dav he passed the house, l ilt n 't see
ing anv one about, left his mail matter
and went on heme. Mr. Saaw, who
resides elose bv, had not m ui M r.
Robins since Fridav i veinujr,
Mondav, he e.neludel that all was
not 1 i r 1 1 1 , so lie went to the house wit.i
i his boy and findimr the door linked.
raised the bov u; to a win-b-w to see
if he was "i;ife. 1 le c .uld not see :uiy
,;.., : , t i .-.l !.. tl.es were iil:l
.... l.,...-.-l. v. n 1 1 i-l i. 1 v was li!Xcr
Lll I'lU I l - - - " " " .
1 1 i I N"ll II ....... ,
t s. 1.1 mul In- saw i ;neis and tir.iiKS
s -att(-rel aiioui me iiimh.
(I... fl.-if Mr.
dead and covered mi ue.'ie: me oio
IIHT ...... ....
elothes. Mr. .Shaw inme tiiately sliu t!ie
I boy alter Mr. R d ins. ami wn n ne
! came thev t tf.-eted an eutraiK-e tiwouuh
i one of the windows, which happenert
; ii, .t to if fastened down. When they
I trot in they soon discovered that a totd
1 numb r had been committed. Hie
: leeeased w.-'.s laving in the bed with a
' ball throuti-h his' f,.ieh.-ad. vhi--h had
entered between the eves and lodired
in the hack part of the 'head. 1 !i rille
had been discharged and the bail e
; traefed from his head shows that it w:;s
tlie same size as the oie-s used in his
own irun. There is im due as to Hie
jierpetrators of this terrible deed. Mr.
R ibiiis was :i m ui tmivi:rsally t'sleem-
-d bv all who knew him. and there is
: no doubt but ho w-as murdered by some
oik? who c.v pected to .-t mont y, wlddi
we learn they prol ai ly p.t but very
little of. if any. On Friday venini; as
Mr. Shaw was ;r'in.u: to his home he
met two men vri.iii in the direction of
Mr. Rollins on foot, and a short dis
tance this side he met another on horse
; back. The party on horseback was
roinir in the- same direction of the foot
men and kept the road, but never saw
tiiem, and it is supposed they must
have iroiie to the house of Mr. Rol ins
and stayed there, lie was probably'
murdered while asleep with his own
frun, and the murdererstht n ransacked
the premises for money m- other val
uables, very little of whi.-h they -ould
have obtained, as we are intoriued that
Mr. Robins hardlv ever kept any
ni 'iiey ly him. They then covered
him up and l.-eked up th.e louse, and
taking the keys of both doors with
them. These two men have not been
heard of in anv direction since they
were s.'i n by M". Shaw, and there is
si roecx s;ic si.-it .11 tint they jwrju-t rated
tin teriiile deed. All iii'iuest was
In lil on the bodv bv.lustice Hailev and
a verdict n ud-.-n t that t
came to bis death by a irunshot wound
from s. -me unknown hand. Mr. Rob
ins was abo'it .V, vears of aj:c hiirVdv
c!i d and l::is en- 1 rot:
i within two
mil. s of his late
r s'.iuewiiere in
I lis rrl itiv-'s live in 1 e.-at r.re county,
Indiana. We hone that the jier:et ra
tors of the !e-
le deed lilri V b
covered and brought to iu-tiee.
:.: r.i-: D in:
'oiineil 1 i.-t Monday ev.-uiiiy:. tiirt t'
were openetl for making a yro.id
and substantial road on tl blutf from
Niut'i stni t near the residen of t'apt.
I At dl -r to tin' top ot the mud, on -v-i
em i st n et. Tiie lowest Lid wa s s!.'J.) l.
I This 1 id provides for a breas. wall and
a twenty foot road way, er.veie.l or
. m-ieada'mi.".l. and to be made in a
eood and substantial m i iner. Tiie
i survey as made shows that the jrrade
j of t he" road would be one f, ot to ten,
j which is very easy, and a loaded team
j could Lm up or down with a ton weight
j on the w.itidil without any trout le.
! besides the road could be traveled
! duvitie; the winter. The pret nt road
is impassible many limes durin the
j winter. Tiie read nieiiev which t oul-I
I be c. -llceted in coin, would neatly pay
j i he price of tiie proposed contract, and
! the balance could nx I : i I out of Hie
i general faml. It is a u important inat-
tor to have a j;. .tl loj.-i'! ba.iii. X to this
j town oll'tiie blaii'. and se hope this
i o!i'.-r will be rea-iily accepted by the
I in coin: i j, 'oiuicil. The present t" ' eu,
jcildi l not fi el justified in awarding
, t.ie loutract ami li-;ic its sii'-rcssnr tn
the !:!!. I m we biUce uie- were
uu i!ii:iiuusly in lavor o; aeee Imirtiie
-ii'. r. The i alanee of the roa labor or
hi livv, should 1' ii oted lo vtoiKon
ro.su i o: 1 1 e-i i i,i ly udjoilii lie the It wn,
and 1- t lh" sireit i .ii pro v i:e t d s be
; ion' by the properly owners. We
n. -. d badly t;oo-i road.-, as we have not
j .-!! -e,ooi; road b a. line; into b-wn from
anv 1 1 irec' i. i ui lie writ -r. i ee i oun
cil of 1-71-7 had ah ead . e. i it rat ted for
lit" eultrt at the lower end of town,
which took onc-ihir-1 f tiie street
money c 1 beet ed, and :ea r!y t w- i-t birds
of all tiie money pail in. which made
it i:uio.ssii le for them to make the
road. I.ut it is within the reach of the
present new ('oim. il to make the road
tiiis summer, and we hope the contract
will be L-t without tl- lav.
City Ri.i-u-mov. The dee! in in this
city passed oli very ipil. lly Let .Mon
day, and the R-.'pni liean ticket was
su ei ssftil. Tiieve was no noliticil b-st
! at i sue, t lie I ei:i
1 ' -eir t lck t lliei!
ai.s i:a mg I -in on
of b -th pal ties. The
I w.is i -. garded in tb.e
f iin R.idroad. water
Ke,. ti -Mean li"!.
si.t- i.il lliteiasi
I l''.t t or v (' - m pa nies hic,'i f in- n e n
under their coiciol re--n,il- supported,
an 1 i Iceted The following is the tickt-j
a ( leeted : Mavair, 1. O. .McCown:
Heeoid'T, W. I'. Ihirns; Coiini.-il-men,
A. J. AppTsmi (no opposition)
I. 1. Miller, 'm. iSromrhton. Hi
ram Cochran, .). M. FYazer. It.
Jacob, (1 'resident of the Factory) i
J. . I'.oiinett: Assessor and Col- j
lector, W. .1. Cddwi 11 : Treasurer. C.
O. I Willimis; City Marshal. John I
Kelly: City Atlorn.y. L. T. Iiu in. (no i
op;., si; ion) . Mr. McCown is a gentle- j
man in whom we belief tne 'people I
will find a good officer, and the Conn- I
ed is coin posed of some of our best eh- I
i.oiis, sonic of whom have been tried,
and we do not fear that the power
Wiiieh elected them last Monday wiil !
oe ai le to use them for anv purposes j
that will not be just and for the inter- j
est of the people. We know that an !
effort will lie made in several directions i
tor rights an! privileges for the bene
!it of certain individuals, but we have
faith that the Council will rc-eet everv
gainst the interest of
Ai.jot iiNKP. The dd Council met
last Monday evening after the election,
and closed up its business for their
term. The people ot" Oregon Citv have
never had a more faithful and tcoriom-i-ai
Council and thev are w oi th v of the
gratitude of the citizens of our citv.
Titey have discharged their duties
well, and left a record behind them
which w ill be .r-.od enough for their
successors to follow.
Th.e Oregonian says: J. H. T.ambcrt,
of M lwaukie, and. H. Hans n, of K ist
Portland, two Id Oregonians
einiiii 'r !
here ni or V.'i. w nt on th last
steamer, Mr. Rambert to sec Ids
friends nnd tlo Niiigara. New York.
Ac. lie is accompanied bv his wife"
alio took :. loner a b iit'dri-n .-.o.i.u.
i ? :,, "... , " i
in- n;iis;:i-;i! on Irc'en. as ( n
speak of O:
go ii !
!-.astl.,ne well bv hni. Mr. Han
son goes to 1H r.maiw t n a visit to his
r"Pt:i..M'.. While the Democratic
ticket was defeated last Monday, we
have the eor.s. 1 ui-n ofh-ving elected
Hon. R. T. P.arin Citv Attorney bv th.
exertions of Ids hi-mv l).-"i v-iti..
is p-vpular'. as the vote
last Monday shows.
C:iani;i:hTimi:. The steamer Dayton
leaves here for the Yamhill en Tuesdays
and Thursdays, making only two trips
ner week. The Cooke leaves for Port
two days at P, a. m.
land on M.mdays. Jiiesdavs. Tl
R?v. Martin Judy, -who has recently
. - i.
i. . . , ... .-. .-t-.. i i ' i -1 . i -i.i- - .I . . . i . y
enc from some pur.t in tne i.tst, nns
,. assi-ned to the Clear Crec k and
Orcroi: City circuit.
Viz v x- j-w
CineuiT CotrnT. The following arc!
the eases disposed of before the Circuit j
totirt, Jinlre Lpton riresidinj:
first. .National Rank of Portland,
j lamtifi, vs. K. Ross -t al, defendants ;
judjrt meiit tor plaintiff for "fid.
A ncl Matoon plainiiff, vs Jo-l Dick
soii. ueh ndant; judjiiiK-nt lor laintiif.
Ja.s. Sirowbi idjre, adiuiiiisti ator of
the estate ot .Joini Torn nee, vs t'co
Abcrnethy and II. Clark; executor's
sides con tinned.
J. M. Rck her vs J. C. Forbes nnd 11.
Tanner; demurer overruled, and time
eiven to plead further.
Ja.s. Taylor vs Mrs. Jesse V. Rocn ;
J. C. Whijrtidd vs (ico. W. Wimrfidd
ct al : 1. T. Jktriu appointed ruaniian
R. Mason vs. T. I,. Hallet: sclllcd.
vieo. . Moriran ct al vs Parson
(ileasoii. aiiiiiinistrator : Case dismiss
ed. State of O.e;;;on vs John W. (Jrillin;
jud-ment auaiiist ilea ndant : bail for
Slate of Oregon vs Indian Jim; in
dict ed by irrand jury.
- State of Oreiroh vs. Indian Jim: in
dated lor an assault w ith intent to kill ;
plead ;rml:y loan assault and lined bv
the Court in the .sum of sevi nt v -ti ve
dollars; Uuelat and Johnson for" deft.
Mary Phillips plaintiM" vs. Lafavette
Phillips dctendant; divorce rrahted :
w arren tor lanitiH.
). C. R. R. Co.. plaintiil vs. Clack
amas county defendant: case dismiss- !
ed and jlairu'll" taxed w ith c sts ;
Johnson S: McCown and Jluelat for!
. 1. Cliurch A J. D. Miller, plain
tills vs. ('. W. Carver, defendant; Ver
dict for plaintiffs,
R. 1-'. Caufu Id. plainti'd", vs. Holmes.
IJeiislev iV" Holmes defendant; judjr
meiit cnteri-d for laiut ill'.
Sarah Ann Saunders, plaintiil vs.
Charles Ihury Saunders, defendant;
divorce jrranted ; Uncial or Warren for
John and Henry Nachard, plaint ill's
vs. ( 'lack.-: mas County, deft ndant ; ver
dict for jilaiutiil's for'sixty dollars and
cost ; Warren and l'.urmester for p-laiu-tilfs.
'. 11. Moriran. plaintiil' vs. Parson
Cleascii. administrator of the estate of
Mary Hanson, deceased lury trial,
venii -t for i l.iintilVs f r th" sum of
two hmiiired and fifty dollars and
costs of suit : 1 1 uclant A Warren for
1 laintiif; Johsoii A' MeCov.n for de
I T. W. Foster. t-laintilV. vs. J. M. Tra-
1 cv and Joliii ,f, Ca! b!n. del. I'd. Hits ;
jury trial verdict for laint iff for one
'hundred dollars and costs: Huelat iv
Warren for piaintilf: J.dinsoii tV. Mj--
; Cown for defendants.
Joseph Taylor, plaintiff vs. laizabcth
'. l'.ooue. dt fe'inlaiit : juiy trial; verdict
for itcfeiidanl. and costs taxed to plain-
' tiff. A. '. lii'obs for plaintitf; Jhr.son
A M-Cu'.vii for defendant.
; J. M. Moore vs, I'laekamas county;
juilenu itt f.r defendant, and costs as-
- sessed to plain! iff.
i Tne Court ad journed Wednesday u:;
' til to-morrow at l o'clock.
! Ran) Orrn i: Rcsinkss. The follow-
iii'r, for w hich we are not indebted to
an v of the officials in the Rand Odiee
in this city, is the 1 u iness transacted
durin.e; t!i' niontii of Aj-ril: 41 dona
tion cerliiicates for 1 1 . "J 4 1 i acres; 14
homestead entries for A'- acres; 7
final homesteads lor l.fMiO s.crcs ; 7 pre
emption lilinjrs for 7"J;. total, 11,IS
Pi-.r.soNAi.. We had a call last
Wednesday nioriiine; freni Mr..IIii;;h
Small, correspondent of th(- Commer
cial Reporter, and one of the best de
scriptive writers that has ever traveled
th'-ou-jh Oregon. Mr. Small was on
his way to C os Eay, f l a m whince we
shall s( on licit of him.
Tm-.MCKis. We learn thai it is th.e
intention ofMon.J. D. J'.des. Secretary
of the Steamboat Company, lo present
each of our lire companies with a trum-
as a token lor their valnal le ser- i
vie.-s last Friday ev iting. The boys
('il the.t thev did I ill t heir i id y . ai id
t' icy are ie:ei- to do the same tiling
should it be needed.
A J'.u.i.. T.ie members of the
I'all Club propose ts give a social le ball
at Myers 1 laM tins (Friday) evening,
to which everybody is invited. The
boys propose to make cv ry one w ho
attends forget ail their trou' h-s and
ft el happy. Let .here be a good at
From the ru'lctin we learn that the
Improved Order of lied Men w ill hold
their picnic at the Willamette Ralls.
near Oregon City, ne.t Mrnday. A
bj.nd of music v lil accompany the ex
cursionists to furnish mu.-ie for the
The l.'h'.i. s and genth men interested
in Mount 1'lear-ant Sunday School ten
der t!it ir most sii.ci re thanks to those
who so generously co nt ribf.t d to their
Id! rary Fund. " Jamis Iviiun.
Sick. The many fi it aids if Ir. 1 Jar
day will regret to learn that he has
l-ci-ii r'( iili'inl to his bed for the past
j three davs with a severe spell of sick-
ness lie was a little. U Iter at last ae-
To in-: Rkui ii.t. The steamer Alice,
l we learn, is to be rebuilt without delay,
i She was the finest boat the Company
had on the upper i ivcr.
j A suital le teacher can get a selua 1 at
i 1 ist ri-t No. ;V, bv applving to IT. C.
j Sawtdl. '
uuitain Hose Co. No. 1. meets next
Ice-Cie.-mi liwl.'iy. A good dish of Tc
cr 'am ami a cold drink ol Artie Soda 'a
t -rcan b- had al the Ice-cream Saloon to
day and h'Tealler. I.. SAAb.
t."--.-eTT'. -I I' H. 11. 'trf- f T. !. .T"Lf.f - -Jut JT.je; -
At tiie St. Charles Hold, Portland,
M ay 1st, Is?:;, by the Rev. 1 r. Rindsley,
Mr. Roward .1. Moed and M iss Fannie
W. lh his, both of Oregon City.
At the residence of A. .1. Chant ers
!: p, Thurston eountv, W. T., Mav l'
lsT.l. bv Rev. C. II. Atkinson. Mr.
Jacob Husaker. late of ( iV";oii City, to
Miss Klizabeth Chambers, of Thurston
Jllettit al lil u ride i .
j From the period when surgeons applied
! their salves to weapons instead of wounds
! loth'.: pr -s eit wi-.c- iwake ag", the nc-dieal
' prc.fession has otteii unwittingly taken
j sale with l'is-as' in its conflicts wit h t he
niiiii.ui .i. iii. i-.m ii j. ,, ui iiii' in in..
j teachings oi centuries oi cxpirinc", sotne
j idiysicians heiifV" in tl.-pl-'t mg their pr
i i i- iit.-, air -ady s rioc.!y cxiuoistcU py : ;,-iv-i
n -s-, with p.ni-r-iil evacuaius, ci.utics,
j s iiivants, cauthari-J i! plasters, or the JIM
c -t. but, providentially, puc-lic iiitclli
g iic is ahea-1 of lh -s-- medical ltssils,
wi'.o beion. if right, to tli" era ol the
i Crusatl-s! Til it r.vr:iil allj- of nature i;i
; its warh'.re with the cans-s of sickness,
I il-ist tt r's S'uniiK'ii Hitters, has njeiinj
! t ii" eyes oi t ie" mass's to th paramount
! importance of Increasing the vita! str- ngl li
i of lh" body Hii n ne nac 'il by ths.-as -.
' 1 h'-y understand that wli-'n tie' aliiMs
! picric comiitioiis are ad vers' to heal; h, it
1 is wise to r dntorce liie syst'-ni wMt h a
! whol -s one tonic and stiimtlant, and thus
' eua t.e' it to comf-at and r-'twl the tb-prKs.
! in: inlhiee.ee of an inclement t'-mpera-jtare.
If lh" constitutional and animal
i powers wer.' always tiius recruit --.d in the
I presence of dang.-r, tie? mortality lrom
consumption, I roiichitis,, chronic rheu
! matism, Ac, would le much l"ss than it
I now is. 1'he causes which pr.-vliic croups,
j colds, quinsey, d;pth-Tia, and catarrh sf-1-'
domall-ct a strong and active vital sys
: tm : and of all vitalizing preparations,
i Il-vstett r's iatt rs has proved the most
Ilici'T.t. It is not claimed that this stand
; nrd tonic is n speciric for lung and throat
; maladies, as it is lor dyspepsia, liver com-
plaint and ir.t -rmittcnts, but it is unhes
itatingly ass Tied that it is thr b"t known
; safeguard against all the at riiosnherie cle-
i irp nts ot c
Chapped hands arc? very common with
n-t nibbed oyer the bands two or three
times a dav.will keep t ln-m solt ami u-hitc.
Kishcrmeii, sailors, and others wilt do well
to remember this.
4A AVoncSer off Mi'tiical Scipnee may
Well be applied to 1 T. WlSTAR'S H.VI.SAM OF
VlI.n CllKlutY, It is nearly halt a century
since this rcinarkable remedy was inlro
dueed to til' public, iwidyct I he imniediat"
and enviable reputation which it yarned
bv its woiid-.-rltil cures of cot; 'lis. colds
whoopiiiji-eoujih, sore throat, inilu.-nza.
coli.siuilpi 1011, iii.u .111 uivin -iiiai eoiiipiaims
is lo this day UiUy sustained.
REASONS WHY THF
PERRY DAVIS &, SON
Best Family 3hi!ifiii; of lh Aire !
Antl :rhij il shouhlbv f.'J't afway near tit lutnrl;
1st. Ialn-KiIIr is the ino.st, c rtain
Cholera cur that medical science
2nd. Pain-K iller, as a Iliarrluea and
ivsciit.cry n-ineily, s.d.toai if ever
fit i Is.
3rd. Pain-Killer will cur1 Cramps or
Pains in any part ol 'the system. A
sin" J dos .' usually elC-cts" a car:'.
Z'aia-Kilicr will cur l)ys;p.sia
and Iiidi;; "stioa, n" us :d accurdiii.j
raii-Kiilr is an almost iifvr
failin.c- cur lor iSuUd-ai ("olds,
l'ai.-!i illi-Y has proved a Sover
eign li' ini'iiy lor lo'vcr and Aii",
and Chill Kevcr; it has cnrctl the
most oi-sU:i:it' cas.'S.
I;c i u-K i U-r ns a liniment is un
ciiualcd lor I-'rst bites, CI. ilblains,
bunis, r.rui.ses, Cuts, Sprains, ic.
Pain-Zviller has cured ca.S"S of
Khcu mat ism and Neuralgia alter
Sltlr. Pe.iu-K illcr will destroy I'.oils, Fel
ons, Whitlows ( lid Sores, jiiviaf; rc-li-'i
from l'ain a:t.-r the lirst ajpii
cation. l'lth. I'm in-!C liter cures Headache, and
11th. Pain-Killer will save you days of
and many a l'ollar in time'and
VZlh. I'aiij-Ivlller is a purely Vegetable
j.rj. ir.it ion, sal'-' to keep and lo us-' ui
.wry lamdy. The simplicity atteiuiin
its us , lii.'-tli-T with tic .r. at vari -ty of
diseases that may be entirely eradicated
by ii, and the -at. a mount ol pain a ml
suit-riai that can be atl-viate-u llir,ii.j;h
its us-', make it iin p--r.it ivc upon every p--r-s-m
to supply t h-'in.s d vs Willi this vahia
ll . r-'iueiiy, and to keep it always near at
The r::i:i-H iller is now known
and apj.r.'ciatcd in every quarter of the
dob", i'hysicians r -coin mend it inth -ir
jir-ictice, while all class, s ot society have
louud in it r. liel aad cemiort. (jive il a
r.e sar-' an I buy th" fr'nuhc. F.v
cry I 'riie;.ui.st, and nearly every Country
iroc r t h roil-About the laud k.-cp it for sale.
TO DA Y
SOTin- TO TAX-PAYERS !
IA. IEItMONS OW.:.(i I.AM) IX
J V. Clackamas county, rsiate of Oregon,
upon which t h" taxes hae ik Iven paid
lor the year 1ST.', are h.-reby not ili.-tl l hat
the l-iaiis will lie advertised on the 'J.'5d day
of Ma v,ls;:;,ii:d ess the taxes sir" paid beiore
said day, A. K, HElMJfcS,
,S)u iilY "( V hirnii nlf t'nitiitif, ( iriijun.
1'y C. I-rilEATlE, Ifrjmt,. - "
! m a y x w
Coaiily Tr.'ii.siir.r's okc.
Tnr.Asvny.n's ofkick. Clack amas Co. j
OiCKUON i 'i rv, May Mh, is,:j. j
"TTI(.'E IS IIEKEl'.V (ilVEX THAT
JJ there are funds now on handtopay
coiinty warrat ts endorsed tor int -res, j.rior
Kept-iul r '.fit h, 1STJ.
li.lcrcst will e -as-' from this tiate.
X. J. McCAKVi'K, 'ireasurer
CrJinanco No. Ml.
An a e.eiHhuei.t l iri'.iiiancc No. ."1.
lfe p ril on. -d arid esraolish.-d Uy t he City
C-.unci 1 ol i r -oii Cty, that ordiua nee No.
.d, pa ,s tl !-.- ( ' .uneil '.) idy let h, fsiki, he si ml
tie-same is herd y aim i.di-d by striking
out all n.ti'i' the words ma r- s i n s-'cmid line
to the w rd wit !iin, in t.i:rd lui , print tl or
1'iibli .1. d copy.
Pass--U i le- Council April T, 1T7-.
A. .'vOi.'I.NKi;, Mayer.
Attest : A. ('. --ii.i;v, li-corder.
K'odce is Imti-Ijj- eiv,.j, t lot t t lie : ti
ll -r-igie-d, appoiiiied Sup ruiteiulent
! i.y i he County Conn ol Clackamas county,
Oregon, will l"ci a contract lor the consi ruc
tion oi a brnlge acr.iss l tie Clackamas river,
on the road l -atimir iroai tir goii City l
Portland. ;Such coiitratt will i- let to t he
i lovvest r - sponsible bitUier, at public outcry,
at t lie Court lba:s ttoor, mi .Moiitlay, I lie
: s con.l day ol .June, A. I'., lsT-1, at the hour
: of one t.vioek p. in., sul.j ct to the right of
t lie on iii y l unit oi saiu coiit.iy to rej-'d
such bat u t iie same should exceed t he sum
sueh Court is willing to appropriate toward
I t h" cons; ruct ion tin r -of. Such bridge wilt
i be I'ln iee. Ioii:, if tntilt accor.iing to Smii li
' 1'atciit 'lruss, with aprons; or t wo spans of
! 1 1'J feet each, wit ii aprons, il built accord
ing to I he plans of t lie old Cason L-ridg , at
the sane point, bids will be received ac
cording to each plan.
Particular plans and specifications for
each proposed style may ! seen u'-oii aje
plicai ton lo me ait- r I his date, and t he suc
ecssitil ladder may expect to give ixutd-S lor
the tine exeeiitioti of h is coitt ract .
Dated Oregon Citv, Oreiron, Mav S. is"..
A. .7. PA SOX,
socjicrv A'C TICES.
OKKC'ON' I.OiXdvNO. I. I. O. I.,
Meets every Thursdav SsT-'v
evi ningat Ti o'clock, in the i2'?R:s
Odd i-M lows' Hall, Main
street. Members of the Or-
der are invited to attend. Rv order
iii:isi'CCA i5:i'E?i:s: uiur. i no.
:.. I. O. O. V.. M"ects on the fr
Second and l-'ourth Tues- t iJJJ.Zj
day evenings each month, '"f..'
at 7 U o'clock, in the Odd
Fellows' Hall. Mend t rstif the Degree
are invited to attend.
31UJ.TNOMAII E.OiHd: NO. l,A.l'
j mumcatioiis on the l ust and wov
1 iiird s duniavs m cacti month,
at 7 o'clock from the -''lb of Sep.
tenil er to the 'Jut h ot Mart h ; and "o
o'clock from the "Jt'lh of March to the
Juth of September. F.rcihreii in gootl
standing are invited to attend.
Py order of W. M.
I'AI.I.S !'.XCA)!PMi:M ). J,I.).
). F., Meets at Odd Fellows' q rv
Hall t-nthc First andThird Tues- eOy
davoft-aeh month. Patriarchs r
in good .standing are invited tn attend.
Just rullilicd !
Asls for PrTERS E2ITION.
Pajvr copv s aif, iost-paid, for ?I .r0 ;
boards, 5J. Addr- ss, i I- J-' l'i:iS,
ii-i'J Jii-culiCfiy, JVt-u.' York,
I -FEfST :
- (The Singing Ft stivrl.)
A C'ollcctitoi of Glt i'S Part-.Sonrc,
m Cliornst'S, 'Jc.
V 0 I C E S.
31 A L E
Sample copies mail-d, jost-paid, for 51 50 ;
?li per tioicjj. Address,
U. i. PETEHS
5911 Jlfoti'tiraj, A'ctc York.
FA III Y VOICES:
-V Vevr Tilusic-noolt for Ia y-Scliool.-.
S-nd M cnts, and wo will mail a sample
copy, April 1st. Address,
J. I,- l'ETKKS,
OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
It is a well known fact that Dyspep
sia and indigestion are the causes of
nearly all the disease that the human
body"is heir to; then why pay cnor
moils doctors' bills? 15y usihir Dr.
Henley's celebrated IXIi Ri tiers they
can be tliorouirly eradicated from the
system and new life imparted to the
siiiferer. Reatl physicians ecrtiiicates
in another column."
dlir j. ClOi Por d'iy! Ajrcnts wanted!
U)D LO JU All classes ol 'working; pco
pl, of either sex, yountr or old, make mon
ev at work lor us in their spare moments,
or all the time, than at anything else. Par
ticulars free. Address Ci. stinson A Co.,
Portland, Maine. 27s'pls72yl
T REItEHY (JIVENoTICKTIL-vTI have
1 been uppointed by. the lion. County
Court of Clackamas county. Executor of
the Iist Will and Testament of Elizabeth
Met i'roavy. deceased. All persons having
claims against the Estate of said deceased,
will present them to me, duly veriti -d,
within six months lrom this date, at tlv
oiiice of t he Port land Water Co., in Port
land, Multnomah count v, Oregon. .
I!. li. Wliri'EIlorsE,
Johnson & McCowx, - Executor.
April 25, 1ST.1. w4
LIVE AND LET LIVE !
TIIE OREGCX CITY HACK AND DRAY CO.
W'ISU lUTlirilASF.I) TIIK I.1VFKV
Stock and Pusiness of Messrs. Willis
& l'.roughton, and the Drays, Horses ami
lUisi.-vss of (-. X.tir.'Ciiiiian, are now pre
pared to carry on the
We will also deliver slab wood to all those
persons to whom Willis r.niughton have
engaged and as many more as will cnjiajje
slali wood lrom us, so far as we can g.-t"a
supply. Orders leit at the I.ivtry stable'
for Wood. Praying tr Hauling, will ! at
tended to with dispatch. Patronage in tmr
several branches tit business solicited. Our
Clmi-ges SlinU lie Modern te.
The highest, cash price paid for Oats
deliver -d at the Stable.
C. N. UKKEVMAX.
J. M. KKAZF.lt, President.
Oregon City, August 'J-'?, l572-tf.
Spet-ial i t f ci ion is railed tn tiie
gr -at imirovemeiits mad" recently in
t Ids cxceli-nt .Machine, and to the new and
elegant styles of Cases add d to our list.
Tor tliose lt prefer xt 'la fliine feed-
a ingiiie wont away lrom t he operator,
we now have iiie of that description, quiet,
easy riiiiiiiii-r and having all the other h
culiar excellencies of the ot her st vie.
Tksiivc tojileiiKe. If (Ikjc bmtc wi!h-
1 in a thousand miles of San 1-rancisco
not working well, I will intend to it with
out any expense to the owner.
SAMl fiL iilLL, Arent.
I the only Mat ltine that run sew In
more than one tlirect itin having a re
vcrsible teetl a great ail vantage in lasten
ing ends of scams, in quilting, etc.
Jsiinlue tiie Florrnrr, or semi for
J Circular or samples of Work before
you purchase a Sewing Machine. i;LY
II IF I'.KSI .'
Machines sold on liberal terms.
SAMUEL KILL, Apcnt,
Xo, lO Xfw JIiinlKdiniT)- Htrcet,
O'rinxl Jlotrl Huililinrj, Sun Francitco.
n o w u
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GUAaD fieAIST FIRE !
DELAYS AIU DANGEROUS.
rpiIK NUMEROUS sr-zvKitr: I-IUKS
JL which have ticcurred in our state the
past year, ami t lie late disastrous confla
grations in Toi-fland. Springville, Italics,
On-put fit', !iiil Jacksonville, should ad
monish property owners to s-rk indemnity
a-rairist loss and damage by fire without
OF KARTFOae, COKK.,
lepr -'.s -tited on the Pacific const for over
fi:t -eii years, (during which period it has
paid soou, 000 lor j-ire Loss s in 1 lie Ta
ctile Ilepartmenf ), is one of the leading
American I-'ir-' Insurance Companies, ami
the on',' Hartford Company represented in
the State of Oregon. I u t lie pr.imj.t adjust
ment and payment of its loss -s.t he I'hn'-nix
has no sup-rior, th'j Company has ncv-'r
nan a sun in tne rsate, and i;j the iirompt
cash payment ol nearly
in tho Chicago and HostoB. proves that the
oltl r.irciiix is equal to its evcrv en asre-
The Agents of the riionix aw authorized
by commission, from the com pan v to issiu
and r.-new IV. tcies direct, and w ithout roll
f r ncc tn Port la nil. San 1- rancisco, or elso-
here, thus cnahliri- the applicant to se
cure i,,nr,hat and binrlinrj protection
wmidmit or? as so,voncy and
W. P. BfKXS,
.vmi i,tvS Asmt- 'c'"" c'"--
CHAS. II. CJUFTEXJD,
CORNER OF SEVENTH AND MAIN STREETS, OREGON CITT.
lias Just Received a New Stock of
Calicoes, Dress Goods, Rrown and Rleached Sheetings,
louse Lining, Shirtings, Table-Linen, Irish I'.osom Linens, o
Linen Towelling, Table-Cloths, Corsets, Ladies' and Gents'
Hose, Thread, Cambrics, liuttons, Ribbons, Laces and Insertions,
Kmbroidery, White Goods, Millinery, Fancy Goods, fco.
Also, a full assortment of
LADIES' AND CHILDERN'S SHOES,
Groceries, Crocke-, Glassware, Coal Oil, Coal Oil I,nmps, Wicks and Chimneys,
Which. liu- ! Kclerted with special care fur thU market and Puuuot
BE Sl'BPASSED IX QI ALITY OR PRICE. O
Till: IlICJIIIiST JIAliliUT l'KICE PAID I'OR COUNTRY PRODUCE,
March 13, lb73:tf
A X D
Books and Stationery.
I will pay the highest prices for
.13 utt 01 IZls-.'S,
and all kinds of
GOOD COUNTRY PRODUCE.
I will sell ns low as any house in Oregon for
cash on its equivalent
in Good Merchantable Irodne.
I am soiling very low for
CASH IX EHAT.
Givo mo a call and satisfy yoursHres.
Oregon City, March 21. 1S73.
2ssl A e: is 33 a 1
I I STR I II UTS O X.
HANGING IN VALUE FllO.H
SIO to S5,000
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Specimen copies, premium list, etc., giv
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April TP Either local or canvassing
MULI1 IO in every town. Ijirge cash
tlM UTCn pavandthebestoutfit.Send !
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Mcrch tf. Chicrc,
W70ITI.I) liESIF:CTI L'Ll.V INFORM
? y tht' citizens of Ur.-pm Citv and vicin
ity that he is i.r. parcd to lurnitih
Iir, Spruce anil (rilnr
X. TJ 31 JE It
of every description.
Dry Flooring, Cciling,Sirucc(for Shewing),
I -it t ice. Pickets, Fence Tokts
Constantly on Hand.
Street and Side-walk Lumber furniihcd
on tht; shortest- notice, at as low rat;s a)
can be purchased elsewhere in the Mtat.
Uivc mo a call, at the
OREGON' C ITV, SAW MILJUO
. March 21. l73-tf..
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE.
OPPOSITE OCCIIJEXTAL IIOTEU5
AH IMMENSE STOCK AS USUAL
GEORGE A. PEASE,
- PB0TZM.1X, CILLIIIAX L CO.
Coiner First and Morrison streets.
November 22, lST2-tf.
i ? iiiau aai n 1.- .11.11 uuuiii
JUST RECEIVED AT
Roots antl Shoes,
Ladies and Ocnts
etc., etc., c-tc, et.
Main Street, Oregon itj-.
Produce of all kinds bought, for which I
Iay fhe liighcKt market price. If you d
sire good i'ikxIs at Ixiw prices, call at
I. S EEEIXG'S
and examine his new stock of Spring goods. O
("ive me a call and convince voursclrcs.
My motto is,
" QUICK SALES AND SMALL ritOFITS."
Thc highest market price paid for wool.
6 I. SELLING.
Oregon City, March 21, lST3-tf.
SONGS the PIANO.
Muilecl, I'ost-iiuiil, on Receipt ofPrkc.
liarling, I am lonely now. Song and
chorus tt--art ."0
Sweetest. Song and chorus Danks 'M
MattieMay. Song and chorus Lanks 30
Ijust and Saved. llallad lionikt r
Farewell. I larlinsr.till wc met t Kosewi" 5W
Think ot me, l.arlinjr. Somr and ch-
ras - Miers 30
Asking a blessing lrom motli.-r. Song
and clitirus Stewart 30
H'Collcitions of childhood, laritoiie
sonir .Intik ."sa
Thou art 110 longer mine. liallad...lunks 34
near me say my little prayer. Song and
i-norus l'rtitt an
Close t lie shutters. M illie's iloml.
and chorus st urt "ft
Ethel Iireeme. Son and chiriis...l'ersl, v ..;
Quit dat ticklin me. Song jt daiicc.llav's 35
1011 11 always nnd me 'lruc. Somr and
chtiriw: iinvc .n
Iead but ntit lorirolten. Sonp- ami t-ttrL.
rilS I lav 4.1
Mc t m- icggi-.Stng and chorus, llnvs 40
Ijiy me win-re my Mother's Sleeinifir.
Song and chorus Stewart 40
rather ot All. Sacred Song Paiiscron 50
ft us i c
C. T. Krcv 35
- Kinkel 3-
Autumn leaves. Second
Hustic lu-aufy March ..,
sweet Sixteen Waltz
Evening Zephyrs Waltz...
Mini of llejuity Waltz
Hay of Sunshine polka
"listening stars Polka d- Salon
Smile .t l'.i-:iiilv l..li.-a
... . . . - . (- . .......... A Wl. II '
Pieces marked thus have i.icture tit les
."l on rig M
Any piece muiletl jTost-paid, on receipt of
markt d pricce. Address,
J. L. PETEItS,
5IIO Rrnathray, New-York.
March 2S, Is73-m2.
TULL n THE FIELD!
WILLIAMS & HARDING.
EEP THE MOST COMPLETE STorK
of Family 'roceries to bt? found in th-
city. All goods warranted. ( "tioils dehver-d
in the city free of charge. The highest cash
price paid lor country produce.
iregon City, March as, lST:i.
A G II EAT DISCOVER!'!
VO MOUE ( JIIAY" HAIR OU WIIIS
kers if vou will use J. LiPMaN'S
I IAIK KEs'KiKElt. This is not a
vile comiountl. made 'f Sugar of
Icad, I.ac Sulphur, and other ioisonous
minerals, which will produce he.-idache,
paralvsis or insanity, but a harmless pre
parat'ion. Iree from sediment, easily a
plicd, and in a brief "space of time restoring
flic hair tr whiskers to their Hat ur:il color.
No preparation is necessary to use with it.
but simply to apply according to direction
aeeomjianyhig 1 ach bottle. This is th
cheapest, safest and best Hair Itcstorcr ever
oirered to tiie public.
J. L1PMAN. Proprietor.
General Asents, CHAHLES LANGLKY
A CO., Wholesale Druggists, corner Ivr.Iierv
and 'la v streets, San Era n Cisco, to whom
all ortlers must be adtlress"d. Testimonial
of prominent citizens who have usd It ac
company each bottle. apnSis.lnt
I "VrPTTl WEWILLGIVK
V Ail IJjL" merge t i c men
Dusincss 1hat "will Pay .
from tl to $3 per day, can be pursued In
your own neighborhood, and Is strictly
hon ora bl e. Pa rt icu 1 a rs t rce, or sa m pic th al, .
will enable you to go to work at once, will
tc sent, on receipt 01 iwomrw-rm a'mi).
Address. J. I.ATIIAM CO.
t't aprl 22 ""i'a;hington st., Foaton, Mass,