The Dalles weekly chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1947, June 16, 1893, Image 4

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The Weekly Gbronicle.
One vear l
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Six moot k .
Tureo month.
Advertising rates rcaimable. and made known
ou application.
Aitiins all eommnnlrationj to "THE CRRON"
H'Lt. ' 1 he llallea, Orexoll.
rVereutry of State
Bupl. ol Public Instruction.
The Telep-ain thus "ieuks of the ter
rible casualty ttt Washington ij
The iiiiiul ahrln&a in horror while
-" J contemplating the ghastly cvne In
Kntereu at the tt..rllce at The Dalit., Oregon. ; vahillKton tmluv. A tillililillg uaed bv
as atvuud t'laas mall inalter. i
, the government a- a storage for the war
rH'HsiKirTloN KATES. ilepartment records collapses, burying
in its nuns Iiuiutretls ot persons who
art; the victims of suniebody'a criminal
carelessness. The city otlicialsof Wuh
ington and the government otliciuls are
equally to blamr the former for not
tearing the oh! building down long ago,
and the latter for occupying a building
which had beuu condemned ua unsafe
for habitation. And then to add more
criminality to their carelessness they
permitted an excavation to be made un
der the building when it was known to
be in an unsound condition. One can
hardly realize that such careless methods
should prevail in any city governed by
intelligent human beings. The persons
responsible for this disaster should be
prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
The old theater was made historical
from being the scene of Mr. Lincoln's
assassination. It has never been used
as a playhouse since. For a long time
it remained unoccupied, and was finally
leased by the government and used as a
depository for the war records. Four
hundred clerks were employed in the
building, all of whom were carried down
to death or mutilation in today's catas
trophe. The indulgence of a sentiment
because it had been the scene of Mr.
Lincoln's assassination wan the excuse
for permitting the building to stand af-
statk ornuiALB.
H. Pennover
O. W. .MeHrlde
Phillip MetM'han
. E. H. Mc Klroy
iJ. N. Dolpb
)J. H Mitchell
iv,,,,. IB. Hermann
onyrnmen jv . K. KUn
d tuts Printer Frank baker
Tountv Judge, Geo. C. Blaitelev
Bheritl'. t . .T. A. Viari
Clerk J. B. Croenen
Treasurer Wm. Mtehell
tJaa. Daruielle
Commlaatooer. Kinoaid
AaaeftMir Joel W. Rnontz
Surveyor E. F. sharp
Superfnteudeiit of Public schools . .Troy Shelley
Conquer N. M. EaatvtoiHl
Kvldeore that the I'arlrlo Coaat
ilucea til Oltteel Iteiuallie.
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The Hoston Herald estimates that the
National banks hold alwit f 170,0tXl,CtX
of gold in their vaults. Practically every
dollar of this would le handed over to
the secretary of the treasury in exchange
for United States lionds. Many persons
will wonder why the bankers do not use
some of this gold to meet the foreign de
mand, instead of calling upon the treas
ury department to lind the yellow metal
for them. There seems to be something
Vt ' ttu-ti for the I'll kon it .K.
In some articles in former issues of
the Ciihomci.k, I have endeavored in
my own way to give you a hunt idea of
the generally accepted theories regard
ing the formation of our fossil ledg and
the preservation of their contents, the
only records left to us of life in the past
ages of our world. In speaking of ages
in this connection, we cannot doubt but
that the age of man Is now onlv in its
iiifaucv. when we compare it with
these past times, when even the scm
hi a nee of a creature like man did not
exist on all the earth. We have ubund
ant evidence all around us of the long
and now quiet past, gone so long that
we cannot comprehend the time that
has llown. The great ;question now is
when did man antiear on the earth to
wonder at the strange things that all
these ages upon ages, under the direc
tion of a Mighty Tower, have brought
forth? There is no fluent ion but that
man first existed in a condition, with
regard to intellect, very slightly re
moved from the brute creation, and in
that condition he appeared .but a few
centuries ago. when compared with the
awful lapse of time passed before he
appeared upon the scene.
When we require food. Nature
tells us by making us hungry. When
we are in danger Nature causes us to
fear. Self-preservation is the first law
of nature, therefore it is most natural to
suppose that the first action of man j
ter it had been condemned by the local i after being endowed w ith reason was
authorities. But that was no excuse for toward nlieying these imperative de
permitting it to be occupied. mauds of nature. He did this by mak
The heart grow-B sick with reading the ling rude Implements, and the remain
details of this almost unparalleled of these implements are the first evi-
calamity. Four hundred men, repre- deuces found of his existence. Tin
radically wrong in our financial system.
When the banks of Kugland, France or
Germany are losing gold too fast they
put up the rate of discount. On one or
two occasions the bank of England
has refused specie payments, and yet sentatives of good families from all parts in which these first remains are found
IV) we not make a fetich of gold in our
financial system?
The proposition to establish govern
ment warehouses or sub-treasuries where
agricultural products might lie deposited
money borrow ed thereon was denounced
generally as preposterous, says tho
Louisvilie Courier Journal. The dis
cussion of the idea did not strengthen
on the contrary, it has ceased to be
trade in England was not paralyzed. , of the union, employed in the govern
ment service, went to their work this
morning with light hearts, und never
dreaming of the terrible fate that was
awaiting theui. Suddenly, and without
warning, the walls parted and the floors
gave way, hurling the occupants of the
building into a pit of death. It was
wholesale muader, and the murderers
should be made to pay the penalty.
a living issue, and has been almost for-
History is said to repeat itself, and It
14 rttTilVl liiAi if u-llt I.-b erl nnnnar I et
gotten. What the government refused il' 7 t . f
.1 , f..... .... , 7 a , i lP'ents. Last year the berry
to do tor the farmer it has done and is
doing for the silver miner. Indeed, it
is doing more for the miner than any
representative of the farmer ever dared
- Ma:. Instead of receiving the silver on
deiMsit at the owners' risk, the govern
nient.actuully purchases all the product
ot the American miner with the avowed
vmirpose of keeping up the market price.
Since dollars are coined out of sixtv
cents' worth of silver, says the Scientific
African, it is uo wonder that counter
feiters have turned honest and are get-
' ting out dollars containing the same
- aiaomt of silver as the genuine, and
VCTidistinguishable from the mint issue.
In former times, when a silver dollar
was worth 100 cents, counterfeiters had
shippers rushed their products into
Ilelenaand Butte, glutted those markets,
forced prices down, and put the fruit
merchants there in a position to under
sell the shipper here in all the outside
markets. The same thine is beinsr done
j this year, and unless a halt is called the
results will lie anything but gratifying.
The union is a step in the right direction,
but the independent shipper handicaps
it. The small markets along the road
must be looked up and supplied, to the
end that Helena and Butte cannot con
trol the market and dictate prices, or
there is going to be a quick and heavy
fall in values. Glacier.
The question whether a tomato is a
fruit or vegetable lias finally heen ilo.
to use baser metals, which soon led to cided bv the supreme court of the United
their detection. But when the govern- j 8tilte9. " 8everaI yearB ai?0 Bonie inl.
went itself gives a fictitious value to its , .,,.,,.. came thmmrh ,h n,,..
coinage, who is there to deprecate the
acts of individuals who issue a dollar of
the game value as the government?
Of the many locomotives at the world's
Columbian exhibition, English, Fren:h,
American, the towering form of No. 9"J9
is particularly attractive by reason of
the great exploit made therewith on the
10th of May last, when it was run at the
wonderful rate of 112 miles per hour be
tween Batavia and Buffalo. The machine
weighs 124,000 pounds. There are four
drivers. The cylinders are 19 inch di
ameter and 24 inch stroke. Built at the
shops of the New York Central & Hud
eon Kiver Railway, West Albanv, New
There is a big advantage to be gained
in the large cities in the fact that the
Chinese did not register. There are a
large number of them who are well
known as criminals, hut who, neverthe
less, cannot lie convicted for lack of evi
dence. Let the inspectors band in the
names of such parties for deportation,
and we shall be rid of a bad element, a
consummation that alone will make the
Geary law profitable.
French painters are agreed about the
absurdity Bnd bad taste of the art de
partment of the fair in refusing to allow
Anderson's "Woman Taken in Adul
tery" to be exhibited. Artists claim
that Americans have no right to screen
a picture in a foreign section. The gov
rnment has not the right to interfere
w ith tho pictures in a foreign exhlhit.
torn house in New York city, when the
collector classified them as vegetables
and collected duty accordingly. The im
porter disputed this point and claimed
tomatoes to be fruit and entitled to come
free. The matter, was taken into the
court; which decided in favor of the
collector's claim that the tomato is a
On account of the depression in the
wool market, which is no doubt the re
sult of combined action on the part of
therefore indicate the time of the true
birth of man, for before that time ar
rived he cpuld not have been classc
with the true man endowed w ith reason
Archeology teaches us that man
existence is divided into three epochs
named tne stone age, the bronze age
and the iron age. The stone age is the
only one w ith which we w ill deal, as
history tells almost all about the age of
bronze, and we are now living in the
iron age. The stone age has been di
vided into the paleolithic, or old atone
age, but this go called old stone age is
only as old a the mammoth, which
also existed in the newer stone age
These divisions in the epoch of man
have been fully established in Europe
but in other countries thev have not
been. The South sea islanders are still
in me stone age, and tins continent was
likewise three hundred years ago.
Science has had very much unreliable
evidence to contend with in arriving at
the proper conclusions regarding man's
antiquity. The very earliest of even
this class of evidence takes us back to
the miix-ene period, or the middle ter
tiary. This consists only of flint chip-
pings and some scratchings on pieces
of bone, which might have Ix-en done
through some agency other than by the
hand of man. The pliocine man's exis
tence is not so doubtful, but that man
existed in both Eurojie anil America as
early as the middle of the quaternary
period, there is abundant evidence.
There was found in the terraces of the
river Somin; in France, some years
since, chipped flint implements, with
the bones of the horse, mammoth, rhi
noceros, hippopotamus and hyena.
These relics were found in a gravel de
posit beneath the river loam, thirty feet
below the surface, where they could
never have Wen disturbed. There are
many other instances that might be
noted in England, Germany, Belgium,
Denmark anil t ranee, as well hd in
Hrtpdilnrnra if u.-nnM wn 41.!.! lu. .
, - ..,.,,, trc a l,.,,,.,- 11, n, !,, .....: .1. ..11 , . .
i , t , , ..... . , ..., Din, ri uiiiiiiniujiuDiy mat
good plan for our wool growers to also niftn Hf .... ,. '
. - - - -". . i . i j iiiti t; wui?
found in a cave at Engis, on tho Meuse
river, near Liege, Belgium, a humun
skull, the great antiquity of which could
never lie questioned. It was found as
sociated with bones of qnarternary ex
tinct species and of those now living.
This skull is well shaped and evidently
of a human lieing of considerable intel
ligence. It was found beneath a heavy
crnst of stalagmite at the bottom of the
There was found in the celebrated
cave of Mentone, near Nice, a iew years
since, the most interesting specimen of
man ever discovered. It was the com
plete skeleton of a tall and well formed
man, and that he lived in the quater
nary epoch there is no doubt. With
him was found bones of tho cave bear,
cave lion, rhinoceros and reindeer, to
gether with bones of existing species.
The bones of this ancient being were all
in place, and within his reach he hail
left his flint implements and the spoils
of the chase the bones of the reindeer.
Twenty-two perforated teeth of the stag
were lound atmtit his head. These nrc
supposed to have been his necklace.
.Many other instances might be named
wnere these relics bave Wen found in
various parts of Europe, but the an
tiquity of those mentioned are the most
In Americu, the earliest no
ils Wen found
coast, the most reliable
ones being fiiinl in Calavarns
combine and ship their own wool. The
leeches now in The Dalles, who have
been sent out by eastern manufacturers
and commission swindlers should not be
allowed to purchase a pound of our wool
A .1. t ... .
a uireaieiieii lariu reduction lias no
more to do with the price of wool than a
Presbyterian assembly has to do with
Christianity. 1'rineville News
The Salem papers, frightened at the
row they have stirred up in the matter
of the soldier's home and fearing that
an indignant populace will cause tho
removal of the capitol, are throwing
mud at Mr. Sherman who sued oat the
injunction. The time when intelligent
people can be deceived by a scape-goat
has gone by. The people of Salem made
the kick and must take their punish
ment, if the people of the state kick
back. Glacier.
These iecimens consist of two human
skulls and some mortars and estles,
and were taken from the older gravel
dcKsit underlying the lava overflow o(
that region w hich Mongs to the pliocene
period. If the finding M these remains
are taken as authentic, there is no doubt
left as to their great antiquity, for the
present rivers have In some places cut
through this lava formation at a depth
of 2,000 to 3,000 feet. If, however, these
are not considered at all, the l'acilic
coust has produced from the more recent
placer gravels of California, well au
thenticated remains of man. Thep be
long to the quaternary age, and lime
Wen found with remains of both extinct
and living animals, and among them,
those of the mastadon, elephant mid the
horse are found. It has been thought
possible that these ancient people limy
have come here from Asia, but they
could have gone from here to Asia lis
well. I have now mentioned some of
the oldest and most reliable instances of
the finding ot the remains of ancient
man, and that they are old almost be
yond our comprehension there is no
doubt, but how old? The geologist can
only count the periods, epjehs, ages,
etc., but to count them in years it is
very hard alter we once get into the dis
tant past, beyond the reach of history.
Geologists generally uppcar to concede
that man first came into existence in
Asia, but by w hat modi) of reasoning I
could not say, as remains of man as
old, if not older than any found in Asia
or Euroe, have been found in this
The age of man, in vears, has been es
timated at from 10.0(H) to 100,000 years,
but still the great mystery of the true
birth of man into the world is yet un
solved, and until that time arrives, if
ever it does arrive, the greatest mystery
to man will W himself. I.. S. p.
Ilapliat C'hureH Doillralail.
The ceremonies attendant upon the
dedication of tho Baptist church yester
day were successful and Impressive.
Kev. linmsiilii of Bulfulo prenched the
dedicatory sermon. Present were Iters.
Curtis, of the Hrst Congregational, and
Wliisler, of the First M. E. church of
this citv. Mrs. Wood worth of Portland
snug "Nearer Mv God to Thee." In
the evening Kev. J. C. Baker preached
The first to receive the rite of baptism
were Miss Slut and Dayton Taylor In
the baiitistrv. The church was bril
liantly lighted with incandescent lights.
Fifty cents Is a small doctor bill, but
that is all It will cost you to cure an or
dinary case of r 1 1 i-it in n I ' h t i if you use
Chamberlain's Pain f 'it I in . 'fry it and
vou w ill Ik surprised nl I lie relief it af
fords. The lirst application will quiet
the pain. f0 cent Unties for sale by
Blakeley A Houghton, di ugists.
Ural ratal.
State of Onv'on to John l.enz, 40
acres in section .'.'i, tow nship 2 north,
range 10 east ; fxo.
Motivy in l.imn.
I have money to loan on short time
loans. Gko. W.
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fault of vll. dlaaaaaa torn within all
potent km almpla famadjr. It a aa L "
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The Grant County Murderer Will Hans
Other C'uurt Newa.
W. F. (ialiin, jointly indicted with
l.ina Shaw for the murder of Jl.. W
Shaw, her husband, has lieeu tried ami
convicted of murder in the first degree
ai me urant county term of circuit
court before Judge James A. Fee. In
speaking of the trial the lluker City
Itemocrat says: i"The prisoner is a
large, well-built, muscular man, of
powerful physique, but a glance is suffi
cient to satisfy one of his brutal nature
and .animal instincts. Throughout tlie
entire trial, as damning evidence of his
guilt was adduced by the statu, lie sat
with apparent .stoic indifference as to
the result, and seemed to lie satisfied if J
he could only save his neck from the
halter. Ilut his nerve deserted him
when Judge Fee sentenced him to expi
ate his crime on the gallows on Friday,
the Hth day of July. Ho broke down
completely. bile in the court room
he kept his face buried in his hands and
handkerchief, sobbing like a child, and
between his sobs his heavy breathing
ml inhalation of gasps for breath could
be distinctly heard over the entire court
The triul ef I.inu Shuw, the accomplice
and paramour of ( ialiin, was taken up
on Friday. The evidence directly
barging her w ith being an accomplice
in the crime was that of (ialiin, but as
there was no other corroliorating evi-
ence the jury, ufter a brief dcliliera'
tion, brought in a verdict of not guilty.
It is the general belief, however, tliat
tlie woman is just as guilty as the man.
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Two liK-ai frvltrhls tlmt carry iNisM-nirrra lrvv
one lor m mi at 7 uu a a., and out' fur lite
tat al V lu A. H.
hnr frtiiovilut, via. lltae Oven, lntvt dilly
at ,i a. m . AiiM.iiw, Mltclicll, Canyon City, leayt'
dully at t. a. h.
(or Imlnr, Kcnr.loy. Wnnitr, Vt uliittlit. Warm
snrnnrt sud lymi V alloy, Uvc dally (rxcepi
allium ; ni n .
(or tiiiMrtnldlr. Waah., leave every dny of the
irivii nuiiiiiiY lit I A. a.
Ulticva fur all Uuw at tliv I'liiatlltu ll"!i"v.
t.'nnrt hlrivl. 1 lie lull.k, OrtKmi.
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t'Kt K, MKNKKKK - ArtuaNava-at
LAW KiMims l' and ti. ever riwt
u.'ll.T iiniidiiiK. Kutraiiti-uu W anlilnn ton tltreut
The iJalltM, uretron.
. fli"e in iM'lianuo a building, up ataira.
oaiUM, truKon.
I t iiyt a. a.HrNTiNrrruN ii.i. wiuon.
nkth at law tiltiriv., r rrut'ti a MocA over
Klrat National liaua. ' 'i ' liallea. Oreffuii.
'C and a.;. New Votft bluck.befrond street.
rtie I'allva, trriiu.
KSIIKI.V.AN (linn corATHiff I'KTmruii
ami htmoKoM. tia kumwrml nrtMiitlv
i y or mKiiL. 'Uy orciiuuiry.
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to mul
It is stated upon the authority of the
officers of the United States defense
vessel Monterev that the double-tur-
reted monitor will come tlown from
Mare island navy yard on the 2oth inst.,
and after taking fresh stinnlies will
leave for Portland. She will go direct
to Astoria, proceeding up the Columbia
ami Willamette rivers. The crew of the
Monterey is being daily drilled, so that
hen the vessel reaches Portland it will
be well trained.
Some folks seem to be surprised at
j the recently announced intention of the
It is a question of right and wrong and j Mohammedans to send missionaries to
not of the moruliiy of the work. j the United States. They hove as much
- i right to try to convert us as we have to
The contract for the erection of the try to convert them in India, and doubt
dormitory at the state university otEu-i less their success will be fully equal to
gene City wsh H to Mer. HutchinsA ours.
Southwick of Salem for tlo,"G7. Salern '
ought to try an injunction on it ami A strange coincidence is found in the
have the money expended in that city. 'at that the Ford theater collapsed on reliable
The state buildings "you know," belong the day that Edwin Pooth, the brother 1 peurance of man so far bn
to her greatpe.a , ol llio man who assassinated Lincoln, on the Pacific
1 wa buried
A question frequently asked is "What '
is a knot"' us applied to a distance
traversed by a ship. It Is 0,fiHi;.7 feet.
An ordiiiiiry mile in ",'Jvt feet, so that
you cm c.'icuiate how much longer a
knot is than n mile.
. ,' i"'"' 1,1 I able iiiotintiiiii in Calif,
jini.vew iom vtorm nas interviewed , These were said bv
Jim Hill has announced a huge cut in
rates on tho Great Northern, and Ore
gon Pacific and the steamship compan
ies have commenced the fight on the
south. The Union Pacific and the
Northern Pacific are most affected, and
Portland is between two fires.
Cleveland has just learned that Mur
phy and Markley were recommending
Weaver men for office, and lias conse
quently turned them down. Cleveland
has peculiar reasons for not liking
Weaver men, especially those of Oregon.
It in understood that the name of a
town in Ohio Fostoria numed after
ex-recreiary foster, has been changed
to P.ustoria, since the ex-secretary of
the treasury mail,; an assignment.
Ir. M. J. Pnvis is a prominent physi
cian of Lewis, ( ass county, Iowa, and
bus been actively engaged in the practico
of medicine at that place fr tho past
thirty-five years. On the 2lith of .May,
while in Ih-h Moines en route to Chicago,'
ho was suddenly taken with an attai k ni
diarrlio a. IlaW.ig sold Chamberlain'. !
Colic, Cholera rind Diarrho u pemody j
for the past seventeen year-, und know- ,
nig us reiiiiliiuly, lie procured n
isiiue, two (loses ol which
. t). iO A N K rRYaiciAH and .ra
dios, (mice;; roonia 6 and Chatiman
tlvk. Healduii'-e: h. h. rerner court and
rniirth atreiita, pee iml diair from (lie ruriinr.
Oltice hour, v to U A. Al., i te 4 and 7
ill Mi
Hand Made
'ASCO UHHiK, NO. IV A. V. A A. M.-Meet.
nntaud third tlunda til rach month al T
.iU In Vanillic Hall the tlilnl Vieilneailay
ol aaeh nioiith at 7 1. II
lt. HisnI ( anie No. V). Mei-ta 'i uedaveven-
Inxiif eaeh wrwk in rrslernlty Hall, at 7:au p. m.
every h rldnv evi-ioiiK at 7 :i i rli A . In K.
of r. hall, coriier hei-ond and Court atrveta.
noJournttiK bnitliora are welcome.
1(. ( uic.iii, her y. H. A. IIilui.N. (I.
tKIKNUHKM' I.OIM.K, NO. ., K. of I'.-MeeU
1" every Mumlny evenilir at 7:!I) nrlirt, In
shantu)'s bulldiiift, enruer nf Court and Hecoml
treeu. tjojinirnliig meinbera am runlially lie
"''-.. .. W . B. (-KAK.
VV.Vacss, K. of ft. anil H. c. c.
A MHKHHI.Y NO. 4S-.-7, K. OF I..-Meeta in K.
i i ol 1. hall theais'iiud and fmirtli Knlna.
daya of each mouth at 7 p. m.
" I Ml IN will ln.t everv Kri.l.. .l,r,..-...
at t;iia-a at me ruailllie riaim
narm.Ml lalxe No. mil, . (i. (i.
weekly mretliiira r'rlil.v at
A II are luvlUsl.
mliTiiltv flail
All are Invite,).
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1-EM1'I.K MllifiK NO. 3, A. O. (!. W.-!Mt-ta
In iTalernlly Hall, nv.-r Kfllrra. an h.ii,i
trect. Thurxlay evening, at 7 Si
. H Mtkm, Flnanrler. M
I AH. NFMMITK fOST, No. f", (i. A K.Meeta
J every uatunlay at 7 :) r. a , In the K. of V.
"f ';. K -Meetaeerybiinlay afternoon In
the K. of f. Hull.
KHAN() VRKKIN Meets every
.I eveiiuiK In tlio K. of I'. Hall.
OF I., V. PIVIHION, No. (!7 - Meet. In
K.of I. Hall lh,. tlrat Mint II.I..I ui
day of earn month, at 7 an r. a.
S,':r,''SM.,:llr.Rr" -" 'thr llaos.
7 a
7 r. m.
nRST faafor. Low Ma. evi-rv M, ,,!, .i
M. lllun Maaa at mm a h v
STFWrl ''"a'-'i'" H'r-et,or,n.wte
1 ' Filth. hav.K I). HiitcMii.. Hmi... J.:..,
presh Paint
III rtiiiitiuirrif tiitvry I r lend
And enMii if ht I in miiv .
Uv IIm') tvw or Ik; thry lunny
Thr tlmt for iwttiilhiir nnw Jua oust.
Anil iviry ntH irir.ti bonw
Timt iMk fn!i ami rUtiul nw.
Am ii di h' lint mginni NtlMt emit 0.
fniitlltir, fMiir. tiff und lmlnx, tm,
W III nmk' uiir util h)MiM U1 H
lh- will Uk. ,.iir wtrk cilhr way,
lly IIm J.l r hy tUv tiny.
If vni hnvr work ir-vr htm mil,
llf 'll tunc your uniim, Inrxu or uuil
f O. Ilox Ni). 3,
The Snug
W. H. BUTTS, Prop.
No. 00 Bftcond 8rnet, The Sallei 0:
This wdl known stand, kept bytbi
well known W. II. llutts, long m
(lent tif unco eoniily, has an extraord
nary line stock of
Sheep Herder's Dclijhl and Irish Distarbw
In fact, nil the lendiin; bramlaoffi
Winea, I.ionora and Ciu'itm. tiiva
old man call and vou will come api
J. F. FORD, EraniA
Of Iea Moinea, Iowa, wrllea under A
iliirell 1,
H. I!. Mii. Mm. Co..
I'nfiir, (ri'(on.
fVetiZsiu,! .
On nrrivintr limne Inxt vtei'k.
all W'ldl unil uiiviiiiiulu iia-iiitinff. &
little ifirl. eit'ht. mul ooe-hulf year
who hud waHted itway to IW jiotinilM
nnv mtrnmr aiift vtm,enllH. atltt
flcHhed up. H. 1!. Cotiifh Curf ha doj
iUi work well. lUith of the children W
it. Vour H. 15. Conph Cure liaa wrK
and kept, sway nil boitraonesa tnm ?
So uive it to every one, with grerW
for all. W'ialiiiuf voti tiroMoeritV. e
Your, Mh." A Mhm. J. '. Fi)'"
if you wish to feel fnsih and eheorful.i",l'1',1,
for the Hiirtujc a work, elenliM ymir ki"
the Hailaehe and l.lver I lire, hy laAll'd r
three dime each wea.
Hold under a fHmttlve auarantt.'e.
Mi cent, per bottlv by nil dnnilu
'Iitv a
XehisiIK i;, X.
and 7 ;m r m. Hnmiuv
Kvenlnn t'rayer uu Krldar at
lIKKT Iiaitimt CIICHCH-H..V. o. D. Tat
i ... "!''.. "","r ilornliiH .ervleia tverr Mnh
"th at lh" aeaileiny at II a H. Hahlialh
-s""l liiniKiliaieiv alter innriiliiir aervli-ea.
rrayernieetinK rrnlay evvuliiK at I'nilor a resl
f il"' ""wi'"m the Court hoii! at T
'ONiiltKdATIONAI. ( liritlH- lT. W. (;,
vy 'mils, I'aainr. hervveveryhiinilaynt II
a . nml 7 r, m bunihiv aller nnirulnv
ai-rvke, rlraiiK"raiinliiilly Inviliil. Hi ata Iikk.
IT 1 i I n
UDoemkoi sma
1 , , . ....
oriua. i coreu i,i,.
i- i ..i .. ...... . , .
i... i. i .. . - - "o"-, iii uu
..... ...... iiiiio) every iei,iisfr ol j t,artie. to havo been found in
loiijji.-s-i lino nuns no wno ir:ictic.illv I eravel mini s of
ray rcieai tne .-iierinan law ," and 1 S I noun of tin
wi. .I.. ,
".nil t-i i oie v ,.. ..i i
excitement and change ! r,m,,
K. lU'UCII -!hv. J Wmai.aa. ,.i..r
heri-li'MN everv .lllllili, . lii.inO uu Ml I I ii ,,, I at 1 jn o eliwlc r M Kiwortli
I'-llUtie .t , .U e. U I'l.iwr ... !
I cut i 1 '"II-.U) - eveniiitr at , :i i. It. Ac Iml In'
voh'ioii la exti;nile,l hy i,ili ,.,, ,r and people
i I I' lf
9 -T
l.eti by
tiinlil nflur they had been
to tr.'ivpiintr
n i.rodiicf. u di ,,, !,,, :,. i;vf rv ,...
althonoh i-ininlil j roeure a lot!!.. ,,f (,jH ;,'..,lv
SClelllnts c lore leinn,... J,,,!,,,., j',,r
removed, bl i'.elev tv. II
TIAN ( 111 l:( II i:.e. .1. W li.i..
I'ii-tiir. I'leiiehinir In IJ.e t i.i,.,!-....., ....... 1
I hllrrh eiell ,, ,My (lt r. H A),
fioileilly IiivIIimI
llr'.AI.K.HH IN
Furniture and CarpeK
loiijjlitoii, driij
Fvninj. l.nth, ran rhnreh, Ninlli .trei-t (lev A
flern i.t,,r. mtvIi-.s t icm ,. Huni'liiv
" V- "i. eonimi Kvlcome lo
j We have arhb-d to mr
aoiimlete Ciiilertadintf Katitblisli .;
mul iin we lire in no wiiv notiii'te
the I'ndertukera' Trust, our rn'' ,
be low itociirlinttly.