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IQIUOTI WEEKLY RECORD.
pr mmni i i mtri.mtm'itia o ovum a nuo,
mi novi uvaiwc.
FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1SD4.
titully bound edition of poems nntl
gold m niul holder by the h
(Vutf to whom tUoy pxIoiuUhI their
heartfelt. Ihuuks. During tlto in-
tertiiksion everyone avnilod himself
f tho opportunity to bid tho two
more than laborer. Men of gisxl U
tie M'io would SUCCCcd Utter tllHt)
those with muscle only. Tho Rros re-
turns oii 400 acres of collee the fourth
jciir would las IlV.HM whloli would
pay nil xiinih nml leave h jirollt.
The other eroim would nay. Tho polo
Mrs. Henry Butler w quite ill
Born in this city, March 7, IStU,
to the wife of C. C. Mulkey, a fiuc
J. . I'ixley luvs acwrut-u an
otter to teacu tn a district near
Frank Real cut his thumb and
two flngera last Monday while
touchers farewell. Mi&scs Uriioe ny Idea In "imply for economy lu ilrat
and Ayrs have made, many ft lends tttleieut; tho land would otherwise
during their sojourn here, and all
exceedingly regret that they cannot
remain. Should they ngaiu be
called to luwiat in the work at the
Normal, they will bo gladly wel
comed to our city.
The Komllittr Circle.
Lust Thursday evening tho read
ing circle by special invitation met
nt tho residence of Mr. and Mrs. (X
P. Jordan. Tho author for discus
sion was Will Oarleton. Miss Lo
cy gave it short biography; reclta-
Mrs. R. C. Tereival is visiting tious by Miss Purudlue Doughty,
with her sister Mrs. Ike Deiupsey Mrs. Higginsand Mrs. Boud, quo
at Kickreall. tat ions by Jl rs. Graves, uuerries bv
Miss Mollie Siuiouton, of Rick- UIr- Swann, and ft solo by Mrs. J.
rcall, is the guest of tho Misses K. Miller, were among the topics survey are Mug made now ami the
Deinpscy this week. on tho programme. After tho lit- uhwtloii would lirlu-r thorn very che
There will be an amateur foot- rary exemso the company played ZLrl
ball game at the Normal naum w,m,,i a humorous ,,. mtf linw , "Y"
( IlgllC repast . . i . . voor nunlitra
I .1 1 1 I ' ' '
mwiiH'u iatiuiM-ii ui which was uitwtnetnulcklv. Yours t ml v.
he divided Into forty parts, each colo
nist got ting one-fcrlleth part of thu oof
ft tree, ittitHt)lM, rulilKT tree, etc.
Tho proper Mine to go would U In a
montli or two. Alt person w ho want
to Invoetlgiito thin matter nro asked to
cull t your olllee nt pnoo Htid you etui
lei mo know w -lint tho prohutiltltloM Hie
of nutHHout Tho cost lo go to Uuala
nmltt Hiid return w,ould lw about (too
from Kim Finiiclseo, If you only net
ten or flftecii persona you can Join a
colony hero from California, t would
advise your reader to ItivcHtlgHto thin
lust iHiniHuwlon im ll In liable to lx tiikon
up noon. It would 1k liest If you could
Ket up a colony from your section alto
gether iw It would bo much more pleu
You lutve pruhnhly hetird upoken of,
rallrottd from the United Hinte to
South America. I uudirMtund tlmt
next Saturday afteruoon.
Mr. Voorhes, a regent of the Nor
xnal school, from Marion county,
was in the city Wednesday.
Miss Clara Hall has receutly be
gun teaching a term of school in
Marion county near Uneua Vista.'
Mrs. Scott Ivlggs, of Salem,
passed through this city Monday
on her way to visit her daughter,
Mrs. S. A. Mulkey at Iudepeu
Another of those disagreeable
snowstorms struck our burg Mon
daynioruing; the fall being about
four inches, but it vanished before
At the school meeting last Mon-
aay eveuing jolin Hubbard was
electetl to succeed Jos. Craven
whose term of office had expired
There were about fifty-threo voters
The dry good store here is now
conducted by Jordan & Hale; Mr,
John Hale purchasing the interest
of I. S. Smith m the dry good store
ana u. r. Jordan investing in a
half interest of Mr. Hale's grocery
first-class in every particular. The
president of tho circle very heart
ily thanked the host and hostess for
their entertaiumcnr. This meeting
was decidedly a success in the way
of social enjoyment.
The reading circle is one of the
most, popular societies of our city,
each member truluinir valuable
knowledge of the authors
"The people of this virility liwW on
ImvliiKl'lmmberlalir Cough Keuiedy
Tho following fact about ' Centra!
America are of liitertt:
At your remiint, uud Invitation
I beg to (.into for the bciiwiU of your
reader and In Ntitover to tho iiuuieroii
luiliilrle reis'turdiug (luatcmala a to
IU clliimto and HKilciiltural reitourcc:
It 1m tho rlchcHt country I ever aw
tinder Everything can bo grown there. I
hvevlked every purt of tho t'nlted
Stat-, and pent xeverwl inoiith In
(tutiteiuala, I will quote Home fuel
furnWieil by the CoilKlil-geucral of the
I'nltwl Stale! "Tho climate of Una
teniala 1 or nu even tfinin rnture, tho
and do not want any other," ay John
V. lllHliop, of I'orthmd Mills. Indiana.
Tlmt 1 right. They know it to U thermometer having an awuge temp-
tiH'rlor to any other for colds and a
a preventive uud euro for croup, ami
why should they not Insist uxn hav.
lug it. CO cent butt lo for mile by all
'I would like to take Wot Hidk.
but a dollar and a half n year I (o
much; why, I can get a Cincinnati or
Chicago pajHr for one dollar," khI.I a
farmer to u the ot her day. So ho can.
llig wivklleM, made up from tuv-uoi!
.i.ii .i ... ....
uijr nmuer 01 loe uaiiy ccimoii, can
eraturo of S to 74" In Uio day lime
anil from lij4 to (IS0 at night." I wouhl
coinpnro the cllnmto with that of Han
Franclaeo, without tho wind anil fog,
It would U dirtleult to doKorlhe a more
delightful climate. I oneo vlslul the
Siuth Hi-a iNlaudii, which I thougla a
veritable Harden of Kdcit, where bread
grow on tret-, ltut lu Uuateiuata,
bread and butter virtually grow on
tree. While It Inn parudlm, lu Home
respect, there are lu oiue porilmi
tMi iiiueh huiihIiIiim; thi I along (he
til 1S,0I) tree of collee, belde plant
log I'iki pliieappb-n, too apple tree, ve;
clalile need of various kind, banana
mid plantains. The Manning ltr
haw also put In about I t.iMHtcolt'ce tree
for a Mr, itloe of Valparaiso, lud
wlioHo place luljolns their, ami con
talim HHKlaere. Mr. Uice rcpivwnUa
iMiinpuny that. Inteiiil making a very
largo eoU'ee flnea. Another American
who 1 branching out exteii! vely I W
J.Hawklu of HI. I'aul Mlnu. This
gentleman ha lately purehiuied for
Slono, ver, a place near thu city of
Matagalpa, and from which ho will
shortly derive a yearly Income almost
cpial to tho original purchase price
Mr. llawkhm contracted for this plan
tatlon when exchange was 00 per cent
and paid for it when cxchitngo was M
per cent , thu making a saving of $ lol I
on tho porchi-MO.
Omiof the tiet couiluetvd eoll'ce (In
ens In Mearagua I that known n tho
l,e('lalr olace, In tho vicinity of Mata
galpa. Thl year LeClalr will have
M,000 pound of collW from hlsHOiio old
tree, and n colhsi I Helling in .Muna
guunowat $aut$:i3 iier quintal, JUU
pound, I.eClalr will have tho neat lit
tie suiu of flMKio, llvnr, to mht to that
which he already ha lu his HtMklng,
Tliw average yield of the tree on l,o
t lair place thl year I three pound
(1. A. Mantling l a nieinlH-r of the
thin of Manning Jim. HI Mistoi1lce
addrcHs 1 Matagalpa, ho having re
cently removed (hero with bW family
from Ma nag ua. Mr. Manning I a kmhi
of m. Manning of Salem and hi
wife I the daughter of I. 11. Hatch, a
plomcr of Oregon Salem Sfifcm(tn,
(Mr. Manning I the broiher-ln-law
of lion. K. T. Hatch of McCoy. Kn.
Three day I a very short time In
which to cure had caneof rheumatism;
but It can t done, If tho pro r treat
meat I adopted' us will lt seen fv Iho
follow lug from Jame I junbert, of New
HruitHwIek, 111.: "1 wa badly altlleteil
wlih rheuiiiiillsin hi the hip and les,
when 1 Ismghl birftle of Chamber-
Iain's I'alu Halm, Heurtil me III (line
day. I am all right hwhiy; anil would
insist on every one who Is tiltlleted
with that terrible disease to !! Cham
berluluV Tain 1 '.n I n and get well nt
once." fill cent ImiIIIc for wilo tv all
,r,u('l, eneapiy an.l Kivo lol of Oont. There It is to la, coimmr..,! u-ltl.
geueral news, but if thl man would Turkish bath r.s.m. nml It U ., n,i.
have wished a notice printed alsmt the ...Hvuint tlmt ),.. i.,u.v ,!. ....
nn. ...i:.. t ,i. I ,i..,.ii. ,.f ... . . . ' l
iUBu-guiw itix-iiug ui iiiti ii- .' c. oiitVir i no marriage oi an.l il.iwti Iho coast iret iho Imnri-Hsiou
or t;iii or any ouier announce- that (iuatemala I a terrible place. The
l,it. (if ivlu.nt.l., ...... i. 1 I I I .
........ w7 j.m min lie W OUI.l IlllalO. with I IK -v.-l.ti..l. ,.t II...
iw-mi u. oi in tin. o v week v. u i...i. i.... i. i i,
- V-....-.V, ,n ininj , iv IS IHIl lint! I HUtlllia,
..- oeH.s,o uasKci woiim i us Umiror tli.iolio are acdlma!
grave, but lo hi nearest ha'al Miner. ,h,-i u ,.,.i1-i,i..1,i i....1i.i.r..i
when. It would be putilishe.1, frve of 15rgliwn , r,,H,n Uut,N,lm.,
publican club is next Saturday
evening at 7:30. The enrollment
has about doubled since the first
meeting. If you want to hear ar
gnment for the good of your coun
try, attend these meetings.
Last Sunday afternoon President
Kewlin of Pacific College, gave a
very instructive educational ad
dress in the Normal chapel on the
"Formation of Character." Presi-
charge. Yet many advis-ate, like thl
say: At Livingston, on the Atlantic
man, taking cheap metropolitan sheets, Uu (which Is iho lowest laud in
ou hooiii io inrgei entirelythe man and
paper, who sympathized with them lu
time of trouble, and rejoiced over their
happitie- and prosterlty. Stand by
the paper that tav with von. ami
aro among it
tho one which rlghly
support. And if you
upMirters, don't t.p It because It cot
more than ono dollar a year ami
then Uirrow it from your neighbor.
Krause' headache capsule an; more
pleasant and convenient to take than
powder, wafers, elixirs, etc.
STAKTIXd LIFE I OUATAM.U.A.
An Extremely Liberal Proposition For
Establishing un American Colony,
dent Newlin is a very impressive helps to build up the town and country
speaker and he presented many
aDie tnougtits wnicti every one
might reap much benefit An en
tertaining musical programme was
rendered by the glee club and the
The exercises at the Normal
chapel last Friday morning were
very entertaining. A song by the
model school was nicely rendered
and denoted careful training. The
addresses of Miss Wolfe and Mr.
Elmer showed considerable thought
and Miss Lora Butler's recitation
evinced a pleasing style of delivery.
State Supt. of the Y. P. S. C. E.,
J. C. Rhodes, gave a short talk and
scored several points against the
vices of the present generation.
Miss Bruce executed a piano solo in
ber usual pleasing style and was
enthusiastically applauded. Miss
Ayrs' vocal solo was of a high or
der and to the hearty encore she
responded with a humorous senti
mental selection. This is the last
appearance of these ladies at chapel
exercises, and the state of affairs is
very much regretted that they can
not be retained.
Kditor Wkkt Hidk: What do you
think of a iirooositliin 1 i U ti,i- a
concession iHobtalncdon 21,000 acresof 1 cou,,tr.V 8,1,1 a lertu.d spring
teuialn) the death rule isonly ono fourth
that of ltimlou,
Guatemala I about Iinm) mile north
of i'anaiua, and for wwnerv and rich
lies of soil It, ls'iils any country in the
world. Mr. Klmberly nay: "The
average biiMlnes man lu the United
Slate, a I know from my own experi
ence, uoe not take tho trouble to look
for tho cotmulor report." And there
are but few of our American people
who have ever visited the Interior of
Guatemala. Those who do visit (Jim
lemaia eiiiom get far away from the
capital, or line of railway. The country
who mouniaiuou mat It I tlilllcult to
travel far, especially in the rainy taw
son. Over one-third of iho country 1
,iioiiHinuvuiy uiikuowii ami unex
plored; but every spot of it I lnuret-
Ing beyond deerlptlon. Ill an ever
Last Friday evening the students
and teachers of the Normal ten
dered the Miases Bruce and Ayrs
an informal farewell reception.
The first number on the programme
was a piano duett by Misses Bruce
and Butler. Pres. Campbell then
gave the opening talk and made a
few humorous remarks and closed
by wishing the departing ladies
prosperity wherever their lot might j
be cast. A song by the glee club
came next, after which Professors
Spillman, Dunn, Powell and Gefz
made short extemporaneous ad
dresses. Miss Bruce executed an
piano solo and Miss Ayrs rendered
a vocal selection, both of which
were well received and heartily ap
plauded. Miss Meserv then ,
exhibited first-class ability in a cor
net solo with piano accompaniment
by Miss Phiipott. The exercises
ended by Misses Brnce and Ayrs
each being presented with a beau-j
coflce-Iaiid, 15,000 acre being capable
of cultivation. The terms of nnvment
may I made $2000 a year, with Inter
est at 4 percent per annum. If forty
persons were to buy the land it would
cost them $.10 each, a year, for 20 year.
The laud I in a healthy location; a
stream run near, which, lx mile lie
low i navigable, and thirty mile away
ia city or fl,000 Inhabitant, with
mail Hteamer to San Francisco, every
few day. If forty peroons should buy
the tract of land they could put In nay,
400 acres In coffee, 400 acre In cocoa,
100 acre In rubber-trees, 100 acres of
bananas, 100 In niiienppleH.etc, o that
al the end of a few years a large In
come would result, and Htill, the land
could be subdivided. There would
cxIhIs. It I impossible for aiivonn in
Imagine what I there, and the least
idea cannot lie formed without visiting
the country. I had the same opinion
a nearly everyone else ha before going
there. A Mr. Klmberly say: "1 may
truthfully assert that no country oiler
such inducement a Central America."
Knowing so well the eharacteilslle
and Ingenious enterprise of the average
American business man, I cannot com
prehend IiowhuoIi great opportunities
right at hi door.can escape hlsatteiitlon
Guatemala, with theexoeptlon in about
fifteen mile Inland from the coast,, on
eitlieri.Jo, 1 from MOO to 7500 feet
above tho level of tho aeu.
On the coffee plantations tho climate
Is superb. (Colleo dm-a not urow on
Who are the niosl fumou writer
and artist of both mit tiit nl ? The
CiwiiitHMilitan Msigii.lne I endeavoring
to answer this Inquiry by printing a
list from month to ncinili in Is
contents page. The nmga.lue claim
that notwithstanding t extraordinary
reduction In price, It I bringing the
most fumou' writer and artist of
i:uroK mid America to interest It
rentier, and In proof of this chilin,
submit the following list, of cop.
trlbutor for the rive mouth ending
wMi February; Vnldes, Howell, Paul
lleyse, FVanelsqun Snnvy, Kols-rt
Grant, Join J- Infills, Lymoii
Ablsitl, Frt'dcrh-k Mtmson, Ague
Iteppber, J. (I. Wblttler,iwt humous,)
Walter llcsaiit, M il k Twain, Nt, t ieorgw
Mlvart, l'anl llourget, Ionise Chandler
Moultou, HiiiiiiiitiHoii, Tlssamller, 1-',
Dempster Sherman, Adam Hmleau,
dipt King. Arthur Sherburne Hardy,
(leorg KU'ls, Do MatlpiiHstiiit, Sir
Jvlwld Arnold, Splclhagcii, Andrew
bang, llenhclot, II. It. Itoyrscii, H q,
klnsoii SuiH. Lyman J. Gage, Hiin'l I
C llinan, I ran. ot Lcnbaeh, Thomas
A, Janvier. And lor artists who have
Illustrated during the same time
Vlerge, lielnlmrl. Marold. il. Small
Dan Heard, Jose Cabrluety, Olive Her-
ford, Itcuilngton, Hamilton Gibson.
illto lliicher, II H, Mowbray, Otto
Gullli.niiet, KG. Attwood, Hopkluson
Huillli, Geo- W. Kdward, Paul do
Longpre, Hiils'it-Dys, V. II, Sch
How (his Is done for $1.50 a year, the
editors of The Cosmopolitan alone
Capital Stock, $50,000.00.
W. V, IDNNA WAV
. I 'Miller.
A (sanrnl ttanklnv suit sxtmiigs biwln
IriiiKiwieili loam miuli), lillladlnisaialixl.eoMi
liliirolalerrilUsgraiileil: ili'tsMll iwelved on
surreal numl milijis-l to idns'k, IiiUttoI fulil
no tlins iti'Mwi.
AO, U. W.-INWENDENCR
. Iiodge, No. 22, meol eery Mun
Jliy idght in I.s.O.K hall. M'
lug lirother r luviled to Ueud. A. J
w"loott, M.W. W.O. Coek..lleorder.
VALLEY I)DGE, NO. , I. O.O.
F.-Meei hi Vunduy hall emy
Tlmwdiiy rolling. All Odd fellow r
.iu.iiv hiviUmI to meet with un. W. JI.
. . u 11 'I.
V l jvpo, is. .
dilaa and KuKmuul h5
M'llMI.OII ! .
Zetl llHUidorf, Hecy,
East and South
A. N,.Imoii I A. Allen. If. If,
J. (looiliiinil. ll. W. Hears, II.
Commenced Duslnm March 4, 18139
Kulniilislind ly stliiiml Atitliorliy.
I YON LODGK, NO. 25), A. F. A A.
JL M. Htaled oommimiestiim rtatnr
diiv eveiium on or before full moon h
moutb and two week thereafter. W. V,
IJoinioway, W. M. W. II. rutron,
HOMEtt WlHir.. NO. K.of 1'.
Meet every Wednesday evening.
All knlulit nro cordially invited, lilair
Miller, (J. O.J D. II. Craven, K. It. A H.
Southern Pacific r.n
('liroml xi,n, 1 ruin, run lilv h,,,,,,,
stsll nations Mtwn pf)Min ami i iff,'"
At, . Sir.iT
lea e, M.
FIRS! NATIONAL BANK. -
J'U YHJ CI A N8 I U5NTI8TH V
Dll H. A. MULKEY, I'KM IHl ,
iinwtlces the profession In all It
braliehe. Hullsracllou guaranteed,
I llllee hour. H to I:' and 1 to 6. Otlleo 1
lu tlieO'Doiinell brlek, Indeudeiiee.
le. A. a. Af. Hn Kniirlw.. i.
- -' I r,
P..fll ., mm A. M, I rUMwlMir iff . .
itiMwbitnr..,, Jul.. I'l.riiKdJ M;:'!'
1, H. lt)OI'l-:ll, 1 W. ItOllKllTHON,
l'rih..il. Vie I'rvsltlont,
W. II lUWI-KV,t's.tilt.r.
I). ltL'TIJ.'lt. 1'ilVKIClAN ANI
siuueott. Heey. V. . Jloard of
unio in uitera
Mrdli'iil Ivi Hill llier.
J. a, Cisiiwr, U , Holierlsoa, w l llelntlrfc
II. W. Whltmksr.W. W. CUt.
r? l KKTi iiUM. m. D, orriCK
XL. and reMldenee, corner ltailrond
sad Aloiinioutli (,, luilepeudeiioe, Or.
A Bf net ui tittiikliis biularM truiinnrlrrt
Hum mihI khIIs (ixtlmiit na ll litiisirtiuil
Ih-smiIU slvel snhlefl lnrli-k or "II
Unruly ui i1ksh)I. Cnlln ll.iiin nimln.
(Hint 111 111 1 ; k, 111, in i i. 111 u
It J. 1. JOHN. SON, lUWIDENTI
Dentist. All work arrntHl to
if atlfelion, Indepeo-
litg En tya fd
I'ULLman iiumxr slkki'mu
rVisunUlas H.piiK -ft, , .
Idi till tl.c, i. .:.
West Side Division?"
8atwn Portland and Corvaiii..
Mall train dally imi huui1) i(
(-! ll,V'l'",,, -Ar bJ.pl,
A r.... J ml, Ki"li., . a r J j I 5
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ll l m
Al AII.ox ud ( nrvBlli
V III i(
JL clan and (Surgeons.
NC0RP0RATLO UNDER THE UWS Of OREGON
POLK COUNTY BANK.
II. ItlWI KV
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A ItAIIHITT. PH YHl-
IIS, hlHH'lili Ht-
ti-nllull 1'iild to disease of wouieil . Of
fice over Inileis-iidrni-e National ISank.
T.J. Lw, M. U. V. Hahbltt, M, I
V. ML, Fellow Trinity Mellnl College,
(ireip'll I'si'lflc ruli,,-.,!
r.irM trslu unity ri,.,i Haoday)
'? ml' (."Z i,..rlBii.l 'T'.r.Ar &
T;1 I0 I Af .MeaiMntlll .. ... I, U)j,JJ
Or0enlan Railway Division..
Portland and Yamhill Ry. ;
H.tlllM.U( .v .Tci Z
Paid Capital, $30,000.
II llswl-. , I,.CmiiMI. I. Al.Mltntwio
, II. V, llllller, J. H. Hiamp, r.M. IVVtell
Jiuutiill ( ttivrll.
A hciiitiiI linnkln sail ru'linnirs IiokIiiism
Imnuii'lmt; losns nis.li'i ilr-jxwtta ris-i-lvnl
nli) u eliwk nr on cvrlilli-iilii uf ui-ll'
iNtcn-st tislil nit ttinf (If-IHHiltM.
iTKIt nsi( vnnll ami huriilnr proof (,
wiirf 11 ny 1 me 11111B KS-K.
1 lii.ru Hours' s. ill. lo 4 p, in.
ThmilKh lli kru In all ,,!., i. i., ,7
HutM.rniis'liy. Miid V.umtm.nn I i,,inZ
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Msnrr, Ami. (I, -R, t
li.lfl 1.AM). Mauls. AA
rVX) A. HMITH. ATTORNEY ATI
VJ U. Will riuitie in all sIhUi
and federal ronrts. Alstmet of title
furnished. OIHca over ludepemlenea
A M. UCltLEY, ATTORNEY AND
JT. MMinseior at Lw
PITY ST A HI PS ROSHAM A HOLM EH, ATTOIU
VI I A U I I li;il vj. D ney at Law. Office in Uriah'
ELY JOHNSON. Prop.
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block, helwivn State and CJourl, on Com-
mereial strwi, Halem, Or.
WE cm CURE
HASH AND 1)00118.
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f snil ,rn haw womlrrdilty 1
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tt '' 'li-.. Mn Ftimetiliiiviil ,ih
il ii..M, of , ,j,g,fc Aii,.,,,.
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kt.-k'ura, lm tl iwnhi I, ,-.... ,.- r .V '
l '"'. I'! fi(i' ,J 1 i;i
' ,.' '.r iiy i.it. r s. n.
Will i) VlHlllllir l. Ml.twhllxr full- I in mi nt tt
Horses Fed by the Day,
Week or Month.
est of Attention Given Stock
Left in Charge.
1V ITCH ELL ItOHANNON. MAN-
ATI liraeiurer of sssli slid dMir.
Also, seroll sawuiK,
Main street, Inds-1
Llil J !I1 111
tit Murk.! SJ nn Krnrl.ro. Cl
rU. E. J, YOUSO, hit of Ne ftnr,
veierinary fmrBenn and Deutiall
ha moved to Iiidi'ietidenee, and oDOneii
an ulllee over the Indt iM-udenee Nation
J am ' I "JF I II Ik la lllf llllJ a M
J. A. VliNIXS.
PRESGOTT I VENE3S,
WO. HIlARMAN, MERCHANT
, lailor, Ostrei-l, oenr isisloftlrwi
imts in any t lo wade to order
Kl fcl oemwo. writ (0
"M'u"f - II aiilhok "
1. . "'"Ono Ivwikii M-Uf ir,,,
iihi lkrn llin.ucli Mui.n A Vv hwm
TJi7 gT1""" of 'if rimtiix- work in tn
t.r.: i"!..i. rhS'r.Pi ol
laiMi A... i..T.J Tl . ounaur In .hiiw id
Maauraoluromor nml DcttU-r In
FIR and HARDWOOD,
still remain several thousand acre for u,u low binds.) Airrleulturo in Ouate-
future development. From the water- ,,lttnl lmH ttnlned a cotwlderublo (level-
power in the river dynamos could be "P'OMit, nnd every day kIvcs new evl
run to furnish light and power for the ,,,'t,(!t' of Pltreas. Cereals, sueh ns
forty famlllis, a mall could arrive and ril!('i iaxe (corn) and wheat are culll-
depart daily for the steamboat lauding, v,,,t!(l on a lu'K ncale, yet the product
or to the city, and in the settlement In not sufflclont for lionm ejinsumii.
The celebrated cocoa Is a natural pro
duction of the country and I claimed
to be the liest in the world; It pays bet
ter thau cofl'ee. The kuMu erciia tree
grow In abundance, from which rent
could be a school, where both English
and Spanish would bo taiif-lit. Iiy
forming a colony, us suggested, some
valuable concession can he obtained.
All household goods, provisions and
domestic animals would bo admitted
by the government, free of duty, and prollla could bo derived. The sugar
the colonists couldn't freedom from uane of (Jnutemalu is of nn excellent
military duty. They could probably q"lityaiid grows abundantly, Is very
be set oh" Into a separate district, thus profitable us not enough grows to sup-
making their own local laws. This P'y 1,16 demand. Horse breeding, cat-
proposition seems so fair that we sug- tie and swine-rulsing also prosper.
gest that all those persons interested
in coiiee cunuro wtio live In I'olk Another writer on Central America,
county snail leave their numes at the says:
VVkht Side office. Then let a small Good reports nro constantly reaching
assessment on the forty persons he me of the American colony eslubllshed
made, say ?i2,M each, and select some in tho department of Matagalpa. This
one to go to Oaiitamahi and report on section is about 100 miles from Leon,
the land. It oilers great Inducement and Is destined to be a great oohVe
to nny one desirous of making money, region. The Manning Rros,, of which
Native labor in Cimtainala costs less Charles Manning, tho head of the firm,
than half a dollar (In silver) per day, so was nt one time a resident of Taeoina,
that the colonist would not need to do have a flnca of 1500 manssamiH, nearly
the rough work, being superintendents 1000 acres. This year they have lilant-
Hlry anil i'iiwiiihh p.lil wunk y tram utarC
l'triniuirnljolllii,, Eiiiluil-ii territory
,(ieniiiio uiuicudMitry. I'ncullarfT
ummllon lu lwl part-
urn affunta, .anwil
rtiwr of clann. Jcl mmm Ooro.
banly.mllaUl Jjm CStJ fUf
tor thx orchanl. li
lawn and mnlnn. li
Wnant vnn nn. whlla ll
r.l . r. Mr . ' - '
M V Lr ,hn ,r,llt 1'iiu'iry ia
aiaO Mgr Important llnna ohanra for
a9dvannninniit. Outfit and full par-
"-V oraiarn rri.o, hhown iihiih oo., nur-
- -crymtn, ronianii, ura. rinuuuau
mliaiilu. Nnmathlipapnr. Ed.)
No More Back Ache
a 1 V Ta " a9
Rou-h and Dressed
J. A. WHEELER, . Manager.
,vw 'yr AJ a
kl El V. J Its. at .1- S
Grave uTq -
CO NSTI PATIO M.
r INFLAMATION -ffHC BLADDER. AHD
lit tSf t t rim M r I J r sm. m
MUNtr UlbLAittis r,s
Highest nmrkeOnrlee tmld
for fatstoch, beef, mutton, veal,
pork, etc. All bills must be settled
OPISN HUN DAYS FROM 8 to On. m.
I'arlh wlshlna to mirchaMn wlar
nop limes or fence jamts can have the
"nine delivered uboard the Oregon p,.-
ne ears at iterry, Marlon Co., Or., In
i"ouues nnu prictn to suit. For fur
tber partlculara cull on or write to
J. L. 1JF.URY,
fi0 -I-rry, Oregon.
W. E. Poole,
niiblUAN and SURGliOXI
Offlc.n.xt door to An.tln.'. Furnl.
Oo to tho C Btreet
Will oousnlt Iheir bist in
terest by purehasiiiir their
SASH AND DOORS
of the reliable oiauufnclurar,
M. T. CROW,
t.. i . . -
mitiiimuiice, ur., succes
sor to Ferguson Vari Meer.
Hnsar piue and cedar doors,
i Main street
And nee how
You cim Ret y(.ur
fi. A. FULLEfl, Proprietor.
Tim I'liimlnr n,,tl
Mirnt Cxnl rally
I. urn t
. Frc 'Iln lo and
hum all Trillin
M. D. ROOHK,Mgr,
CORNER FOURTH MD ALDCf ST., POI TLflKD
roju'letors H. R. HAYS,
wtuWiaiB V- ' ' Hf . -v