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About The Independence west side. (Independence, Or.) 18??-1891 | View Entire Issue (July 20, 1894)
THE WEST SIDE.
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VV iidm will t Chml Br. niM per lln
HonWty obllHftTT rawoluUou will Im obr(U
1st al lb. rat ut fit own pw un.
RmUUdh at tha PoaUifflo. In Iudin
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FRIDAY, JULY 80, 181,
CWCONTlNtTANCES .RmibW that M
,pabUhsoriMi rperniut b wrtltlwt by
when ft tuberrlbef Mt 01 pr'r
ACHATS GlVS THS NAMR 01 ftt jt
niHM in whh-h your rlr Is nt. mir
odlo la wtalrh your
Burnt no) not bt toniw o r lwuk elm
niunt ntn no
till It 4oo
T.FTTFBS hoaM b. ditrMKl(lo tit
SIDE, waejHajaeacs. , .
f You hear people aay times are hard,
aiid no one vet baa disputed the aaser-
Uon, but when it oomea to giving
' reason, opinions dlffbr. Two years ago
our laboring people were at work,
Wages were good, factories running,
" fallroads building, and ' the ataUatlcs
l' ahow that never waa a country more
prosperous than ours. Now all
changed. Why? You expect the an-
l wer to be "change of administration,"
. but that la not the reaaon. "Change of
"' policy" la the reason. ' Wa have hand
ad the reigns of our government over
;. to a party that ; bellevea la a foreign
policy, - A party that believes in giving
'our markets to the people of the world.
The present state o( National affair
.reminds us of an Incident which came
under our personal observation about
r ten years ago.' A tract of 1000 or iure
acres of land lay on the shore of a
' beautiful bay, and a gentleman came
out from Kansas and Introduced him-
.' tab as the representative of a colony of
''-'lOO persons hunting a location. To
' . iave paid $5000 fur the tract of laud,
H 'covered with brush and trees, would
nave neen a Dig price- a written .w
.7 . . ' 'I
tract was made out between this ; gen
. tleman and a part-owner of tlie prop
erty, who, bad, power-of-attoriiey
- from several others, In which It was
" ' agreed that the land should be platted
, Into town lots and acre tracts,, and
i overy alternate lot or tract should be-
" ' long to the Kansas ; colony, provided,
. 4 it should do, certain . thl ngs. Among
",'theas conditions were that there should
. be 100 persona arrive, and twenty-tlve
a dwellings should be built within a cer
tain time, also a saw mill, flouring mill
JjuhI a wharf out to deep water. The
eslony came. The dwellings were
". built, the saw mill also, and the wharf
i -was started. By this time Uie pnpula
tlonhad greatly increased, town-lots
; Were selling on the business street at
.JjlOOO each, and residence lots at from
100 to each: The colony stock
was was above par. Bteamboats ar
HVed daily loaded to the guards with
people, furniture, stocks of goods and
(I building materials. The colony pres
! Ident and secretary and the ower of tbe
Viand kept busy making out deeds, and
everything was going along In a pros
,( perous way. . All at once there came a
change; the heirs to the land, living
. ,ln the East, heard of the great boom,
and the prospect that their land would
,make them millionaires, and they
made up their minds that in some way
they were being robbed of half their
land, and they commenced suit to
',' break the contract with tbe colony.
- For mouths the lawsuit continued, al
.. though tbe colony was sure to win in
'' the long! run, there was a flaw on the
... title and purchase of land ceased
- building also ceased. The army of
unemployed were left idle and the
town began going down, people leav
ing by the hundreds and none coming
11 to take their place. A demand was
made for a compromise so that business
. could goon, which was effected, but
"confidence had become impaired and
, the town dragged along, and finally a
'' rival town was started and the old
... townsite was neglected.
The above illustrates the condition
or the United States; we were pros
perous and were giving our people the
profits of our magnificent home mar
ket. People were pouring into the
country by the thousand, without be
ing Invited; towns were established,
railroads were extended, manufacto
ries were built, but all at once in 1891,
the people conceived the idea that this
atate of affairs was based on a wrong
policy, and a change was demanded
At once disaster came. A compromise,
in the shape of tbe- Wilson bill, has
been given ns, or is being patched up,
but confidence is gone. Our laborers
are Idle, our factories are closed, build
ing has ceased, and people are no long
er flocking to our shores.
Until the people reverse this lute pol
icy prosperity will not attend us.
At the last election in Bt. Louis It is
stated that the Australian ballot law
was beaten in municipal election, and
possibly 1,000 purchased votes deposit
ed, The ballot purchaser secured one
of the numbered ballots through una of
the Judges of their party. They mark
ed this to suit their wishes, gave It to
the purchased voter, who went In and
got a blank ballot, entered the booth,
substituted the blank ballot for tbe one'
which he voted then went out and
delivered Uis blank ballot to the Vote
buyer and got his uiouey. Thlii blank
ballot waa marked ami gl veil to another
tmrvhased voter ill turn, and m on.
Tb.ua the Australian law, Instep W
awing a a chert, furnished the lunar
a receipt, ahowlng that the KSifpO
vote had beeu delivered. Weaupwe
that everybody knows Missouri la a
fteuatoi mem- hi lis recent stwech
occasion to score the democrata for
their ' blliul, partisanship aadtiatya, In
me course or uis epooent
T No one put deny to the r5W the
' I .... . '.. J 11 . . i .
uiuiuate ttm so contra uk jmou
withlu the UnosbtlUie,irl.y
of their party 1s bouudt'd4byA w this
coinxdcd rlKht dlfninchNafie nilnoh
ibr Dom l the tulnorltv
lolutely irouiijnuking suiureatious
and offcitug aniendintints, uot In them
selves Inconsistent with that policy and
not' Inconsistent, moreover, with
various other provision of the bill,
which should on their merits command
careful consideration and reap t of the
majority? And must all such sugge"
Uons aud amendments be frowned and
voteil dowu, not for the reasou they art'
shown by argument to be Inconsistent
with other features of tha bill, not lie-
cause they are In autagouism to prin
ciptM already clearly rtcogulxod by the
bill, but solely for the reason they have
been offered by a republic an, a member
of the minority. ,
, The most cowardly and atrocious
piece of deviltry committed during the
late strike waa the derailing aud ditch
ing of the Southern Pacific train, two
miles south of Sacramento, California,
July 11th, by which the engineer atd
three soldiers were klllnl, and four
others wounded. There has beeu fear
ful excitement and confUsiou In Cal
ifornia sine the dreadful calamity oc
curred. : Martial law governs nearly
the whole state aiid everyoue Is Imbued
with a realUIug . sell of the extreme
seriousness of Um situation. The tide
of feeling is - now beginnhig to turn
Tbe people of Hacramento who have so
far sympathised with the strikers, have
begun to realUe tliat the . strikers and
their sympathizers have overstepped
the principle which .Impelled It at the
beginning of the trouble. ;
tsctmtor Uornutn, of NarvltnitJ, re
cently told Ui confurcm eouimltUv
from tbe boum of, n-prvsenutlvi-s that
they must accept tbe Wilson bill, a
sent from the si'nate, or else the Mt
Kiuley bill would stand. Th!s gentle
man is In a position to know whereo
" Ibor unions haw a perfect right to
strike and the men to quit work, no
matter whether It is on account of
wages or as In tbe strike la the A. It,
U. because of sympathy with Pullman
employes, but burning property.killlug
workmen, snd rioting Is not lawful and
should be suppressed whether committ
ed by railroad men or any one cine
The sympathy of the people Is with
the strikers In obtuulng better wages
but not In acts of luwIcNsntMS.
It Is apparent from the results ot the
sugar trust Investigation that our dem
ocratic representatives are in Washing
ton legislating for revenue, but tbe
payment Is to be made to them Instead
of the government. Tbe people are
watching them, and one of these dnys
there will be another change.
Mark Twain describes the country
editor In these words: He wrote with
Impressive flatulence and souring con
fidenee upon the vastest subjects; but
puffing alms-gifts of wedding cake,
sulty Ice crearo, abnormal water melons
and potatoes the size of your leg, was
his best hold.
New Teachers at the Normal School.
The following new teachers were
elected by the board of regluta of the
State Normal school at Monmout at
the annual meeting held in June.
Methods and Psychology, II. B,
Buckhatn, A. M. recently of the Buff
alo, N. Y. State Normal; mathematics,
E.J. McCaust land, B. H. Cornell college,
Iowa; chemestry and botany, K. K,
Balcomb, B. 8. D. Kansas Htate Nor
mal; physics and muthematics. W. B.
Brown, A. B. Kansas Ktute Normal
and Indiana Htate Vulversity; music
and drawing, Miss Anna B. Hlckles,
Detroit conservatory of music. Prof.
Buckham takes the place of Prof. P.
A. Getz, who resigned to accept the
prlnclpalshlp of the Ellensburg, Wash
Ington, Btato Normal,
Prof. Balcomb will tuke the place
vacated by Prof. W. J, Bplllman,
who was elected last spring, to the
chair of the Agricultural college. Tbe
present faculty of the school consists of
ten members all of whom are teachers
of ability and experience, with through
special preparation for their work.
The future of the school seems to pro
mise much valuable work in the In
terest of the public schools of the state.
Hearing The Grave.
In old age infirmities and weakness
hasten to close tbe gup between us and
theerave. Happily scientific research
and nharmaeal skill have allied them
selves in furnishing us a reliable means
of ameliorating tbe uilmeiits incident
to declining years, and or renewing
wanlnir physical energy. Its name is
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, a widely
comprehensive remedy in disc-use, aud
an luestlmable blessing to the elderly,
the feeble aud the con valescent. ltheu
matlc ailments, trouble with the kid
neys and lumbtttro are among the more
common aliments or uie ageu. Miicse
are effectually counteracted by the
Bitters, which is likewise a prevention
and curative of maluriul complain is,
dvsnensla. constiinotive of appetite,
sleep and the acquisition of vigor.
What's tho matter with the Wkst
Bide? It's all right.
y fetibcrt UtcoTiti; fMoing bual-
Bwn Amn VeutwiWiiy.
i V$ jBorMord lootynie load of
lul Hlltibnind wm doing busi
ness upon tho IVe Dt Thursday.
I. M. Slut peon's now hop house
ucttrl"k completion and it one of
I the.HncBt hop homos on tha Luckl
- Miss NellioOunius, late of Dakota
fpVmttly ofPiilltw, was visiting her
iimny XiiomU in this vicinity the
Miss Miner, of Moumouth, hits
boeit engagtnl to Untoh our fall term
ofsplmol at a month. Miss
Minor come highly rwcomrnt'nd
Mr. Frank Holman aud wife,
and Jft-s. I. 1C Tethrow, are spend
inga few days in tlfc inountalos
nc4tr the head witters of the Luck
Jake said "Hold on there
Albert, this is my Sunday."
Albert i hats all right my
Sunday oomea whenever I am the
Mr, Armstrong has a new girl
Miss Lizzie Hogg, of Jefferson
is visiting friends here.
Mr. Frank Klgln lias beeu
appointed postmaster of Suver.
J. Fergurson, ofSnlom, was do
ing business in our vicinity Tues
Harold Belt, of Independence, is
visiting at Mr. Wheeler's tow
-Vr. and 'Jfrs. Frank Bowers
spent 8unday in Iliiena Vista visit
I ng friends.
Quite a number from here went
down to tho dedication of Uie new
Kvnngelical church at ltuena Vista
Mr, John James had a horse
very sevcrly hurt last week by
ting between a couple of tm that
had grown close together.
P Alt k Kit,
Hay crop is average and no
Win. Collins and wife were visit
ing hero last Sunday.
Itcv. Uershner preached at the
school hotiHo at 4.00 p. in. Bun
Mrs. Jan. Ililtibrand and (laugh
ter were visiting at Win. Fuqua'
Grandma Liuvlllo has beeu here
all week, having returned irom the
Orain bags are reported very
scarce in Portland and furmers are
thinking of having to haul their
wheat to tho warehouse in wagon
Bob White quails are getting to
be quite noticable and are a very
shapely bird, but they lack that
gorgeous array of color of our Ore
Agnes Calbrcath is the possessor
of an artistically made diploma as
proof of her ability as a pupil in
the public school at Parker. She
has the honor of being the first to
graduate from the school. The
"sheep skin" will be huncr with
the motto on the wall.
There Is a new union or order
started in Parker. It is the O. W.
P. U. or "Old Widower's Protec
tive Union" address No. 40, Swale
Alley. Lea is president Dan is
vice-president, (and he makes a
good one, for there is no one
knows any more about it than
he) and Bill is secretary, a man of
letters around town and janitor of
DUES A VIHTA.
Frank Powell was quite ill last
Several of our citizens will start
to tho bay this week.
Mrs. May Wilson, of Portland,
is visiting in our city.
Hop's are looking fine and pros
pects were never better.
Miss Ella Xongacre, of JifcMinn-
ville, is visiting relatives here this
Mrs. Worley and daughter, Mm,
lloe, of Stayton, were visiting here
Tho Misses Alice and Jlattie
Boydston are the guests of Mrs.
Miss Belle Powell returned to
her home from Philomath last
These warm and balmy evenings
are very suggestive to the young
people to "take a walk."
A Letter From Pern.
We are permitted to make some ex
tracts from a letter from Lima, Peru
written to a gentleman in tbe city
wlilch we think will be of Interest to
our readers. The gentleman writing is
a missionary there.
"The condition In Peru is slngulur.
Tiie constitution prohibits the public
exercise of any religion except the
Bomlsh, and Mr. Perzoth, the Bible
distributor, was eight months in prison
for preaching In Callao, yet the Chinese
havs their Idol templet every where,
It Is the word of God the priest dread.
tiv.- a.. . ii ...
.u ,",""""'u, "wsu
u.,u.w, os m wh i.uiy the
v..,, v.,,r iDiiuence
It ... ....... I f . M .. k 1
v tw mwyt uie luipurwion oi jiioiea,
rtr soma eigni mounts twelve boxes or
lllblea went kept tu the custom house.
tho American consul hero being
ecretlv a ItomanUt. aud haa not u,d
his Influence to get them passed.
Wo ore soon to have a new election
ana ue pany inai na tno most, pro -
7 "Z .T , . . v
bavo the army on their aide) has just
Imv wuv m program iu wiunit many
"liberal reforms" are hinted at ond it Is
fair to Infer that what is Intended Is a
change Iu tho constitution to allow
religions liberty and civil marriages.
At present only a Itomlsh priest can
marry. Those who are not married by
him are living In ooucuutuago Iu the
eyes of the law, The foreigners at
present get married by their consul, but
this marriage has no legal value Iu
Were there liberty for public tueetl mis
IV ru might turn out to be a field white
for Uio harvest. Tbe priest have lost
their moral lufJuonee. They bold their
place lu tho minds of the superstitious
people by bold assumptions. Con
scious of their lack of moral Influence,
they cling to the protection the law I
affords their church, aud harass the
government to enforce it ami lu the
present extremely critical condition of
the political question lu Peru, the
govrnmeut has not yet dared to opmso
their claims. ou, up north there,
surrounded by christians, eau hardly
understand bow much we appreciate
luiiniau in.iiiwk.uiii. ill .11 r iiimm
..n....,..i.i.. t .. ni
. . . "T , " " ,
Amr.iiorii Ki.tfIWh.- -in
ojwoly ooiirsany symiwtby with the
gosjiel. They are here to make money
aud hide their eonvlctk.ua or lu many
ii ........ ...
years ago, through some extroodluary
change of wind, It did rain for oucJO'W' W, lUvd, reeunlrr
night and It was looked ujon as a curse
rather than a blessing. I remember
tlia ksik of ineipresslbla horror with
which a young man of Lima lluned
to my statement that where we lived
It rallied frequently, Kvery thing here!
Is watered by Irrigation.
For tho information of our' readers
we will add that Peru Is all uut on1
Uio western coast of Boutli Aiuerlm.
Its area la about 600,000 miuare 'initio,
or half as Urge as Texas, and It popula
tion about 8,000,000 aud the national
religion Catholic, On the const region
rain Is almost unknown. There are
three altitudes, one ; tropical, oue
tempcrato aud the other frkld. , Iu the
mountains verlwuss salvias, fuvoiilas,
calctHdartaa and hllleotrojie grow wild,
In the nigh altitudes violent storms
and tempests occur.''' fn the vast fonnts
are found In sS)iitneous abuudaiin.
Indla-rublH'r, gum-copal, vanilla, In
digo, copaiba, balsatn, clnnamnu,
,, - ,. !. . M i.
arnapKruw, vrgemiim wax eic U0 me
western fringe of the MouUnn, tolwceo,
sugar, coftue, cotton aud chooolste are
cultivated with -oompleto success.
(luanols the chief ex port, but hltrale
of soda Is found lu liuiuviise nuniitkles,
also borax FA.
For a cut, bruse, burn or seald, there
is nothing equal to Chamberlain's Palu
Balm. It heals the parts more quickly
than any other application, aud unless
tho injury la very severe, tioscar Is led. j
For sale by Alexander-Cooper Drug Oo
Treasurers Xotlce. '
Notice Is hereby given that all Polk
county warrants, endorsed as follows:
"Presented aud not paid, for want of
fuuds," prior to the . 1st of August,
1803, are payable ou presentation at my ;
ofllce, lu Dallas Polk county, Oregon,
Interest on tbe snld warrants ceaslux
from the date of this notice.
Dated at Dallas Polk county, Oregon, I
this 13th day of July, 1814, .
II, IS. COHI'KK, 1
County Treasurer. 4t
Evangelical Quarterly Mectlnir.
and Independence mission will begin
Saturday evening, July 1st, at 8 p. til.
at Monmoutii. iuiv, 1. lj. i tsher, of L
Balem, presiding elder of Albany dls-
trlct, will be present and olllclate.
Communion services Bundny morning,
to be followed by ail old-fushloncd
love foast. All are Invited to attend
and enjoy these services. ;, ,
mere is no place lr, uregon where a
better meal Is served than, at the res
taurant of Westaoott Irwin, 271 Com
mercial street, BaJem. Meals 25 cts
TIRED, WEAK, NERVOUS,
Could Hot Sleep.
Prof. L. D. Edwards, of Pivsfnn
Idaho, says: "I was all run down.
weak, nervous and Irritable thromrh
overwork. I suffered from brain fa
tigue, mental depression, etc. I bt
camo so weak and nervous that I
could not Bleep. I would arlro tired,
discouraged andbluo. I began taking
Dr. Miles' Nervine
and now everything is changed. I
sleep soundly, I feci brlfjlit, active
and ambitious. 1 rnn rln morn In nnn
gay now than I used to do in a week.
jior mm trrnjir, mum i a vn dp. m ia
Restorative Ncrvlno the solo credit,
It Cures." j
T)r. Miles' Norrlna Ii nld nn m. rwiall.l
uarantee that tho first bottls will benoUt.
MiaruKKiHtHeiiHatl, bottloa fur fci, or
twill be Mnt nrftnaM. nn vnonlnl, nf nrln
by tUo Dr. Ulios Medical Co,, Elkhart, "iu.
i ti, receipts and disbursements for
the elty of Indendem for the six
mouths ending July 1 . iNttl .areas fol
LlMi m n,,l 81
miscellaneous 9 oo
lawuseo, mlsoel aneous 7 00
Licenses, saloons ... MQ 00
License, mlsHtlaiuoiis 2 50
Taxes, from county treasurer... 0WI Oil
Llcfnf(ts, mUctdlaueous 12 fiO
Total mvlpla, . 1124 Wl
J A Nil A HV.
Police ., 85 00
Kleetrle Light Co m 23
Mlsoullaueoua 43 73
Water.;... - .. 0 oo
tieo. W. IlVed, reoorder,.........;,, 10 40
Interest on bonds, Wl (to
molianlson, tmisurer 3 20
u,. (M, . ; i .; ,
VVB,er ' 77'
Klirio i'l'-i.'ira ' Zin
i1?" S'1 ' ?
" 0 to
, -... .
Wnce July 1st the receipts of the city
have beou:. , , ,. ;
Hslonn II fiiiO on
Mlisvlluiieiwis IIcciimw 12 00
Taxes welvwi from Co. treas... 7W iW
'.Total,':'',; . ' ; 1207 43
The illHlinrwinenU have been for
warrants paid during Julys ' i
Ren C. Irwin & Co., rtHtirds. '..,$. W 00
EliHftrlo Light ('I,,,,,...., 805 40
Water.., .,.....;. . , iw on
(leo. W. Ileed, fi,i..VL. 10 70
(Uhi. Jltec;d, salary oil ordiriauoo.' 50 w
(leaning elty park.
"if ,)..l.lS4. 43
01 nnn nnicnu tnuinui hr . a, a. ihh.
DLUUU rUIOUIt ntltini m n.l ulnin
fluid t IK ItMlliift pnmin
It rnmii ilwpulHuiand Imlliliun tlx ajmuun
A ,ltb. IIMItM tjt dlM.k4 ia m
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Allnt.Ot.
ELY JOHNSON. Prop.
Horses Fed by the I)ny,
Week or Month.
" ' '
Best of Attention Given Stock
Left in Charge.
SUEf.1 and IHDEPENOtNCE
':' STAGE LINE. ' j
;,;j. K. THOMPSON, Prop. !
rnHHiiKnrii and light friilulit carried on
PurolifiHi'H niiulontid delivered Ar a siiiiiil
. trfiiive order t liotol or immUiII1co snd StHin
Will call for piuuiouyerii ill llinlr rtmldoiieug In
town, , ;
Suns, louve Indept?ndone every morning
(Mimday exoeiled) nt 8:!1U a. in., and HnUim at
HiU0p,m. ., .,1 !, : .
"Teaching to the Nobtcrt. Art,
A Trslnluif-HelKiol for Tomihom theory r nd prnelloeromlilued. Strong ProfoNHlonal Courao
mm uii-riiiiwn moiieiwiiooi, -i nuniUKn rrepnruiory and APHnoiiilo oiiurne,
Normal, Advanced Normal, )uiiluea, MuhIo and Art departments.
ui,',. LIGHT EXPENSES! -f -f
Board and Lodging, Books and Tuition not above $150 par year.
M M THE TOWN OF
Him a lii-m..IAil and heullhful loraitlon In
twolvo miles sniitluweHt of the Htate
TRC NQRMAL.'SGROQIa DIPLOMA
ENTITLES THE HOLDER TO TEACH IN ANY COUNTY IN THE
STATE WITHOUT FURTHER EXAMINATION.
tiSTGruduntes Command Good Positions.
KXriONHEfl Tuition per term often weeks-Nonnal, W.25: Hub-Normal, f00; f'ommerolal,
T1'-". nun ..w.iuiii iiwni., ni a.imiiii.I I'llllHg Illl,l,,l lH)l"WtM'K: IlirOlHOeU
roonm, with Itrnsiid Unlit, from $1.(K) to II.2R per week; unriirnlahed rooms,
MoeiilH per weulr, Itoiird and UhIkIiir In private lanilllm, from (ll.OUto
U per week. Vitality and srowth have always ehametorlzed
the work ol the Normal, The oomhiK year piomlneH to be
one of the beat lu It history.
Catalogue cheerfully ont on application. Address,
P, Li CAMPBELL, President,
W. A. WANN, Ssorstaryof tht Faoulty,
m''' k,j j ' - -
Up, B. X. Jlyd0
Do You Ever Have
"roMimiral y,trt prWrlo lSOS.tlwir was
lurrtljf a dr Uut I wm fro (rum boll aa4
Uir enipUum vt th ikla srliluc from lminr-
ItlH or Hi M.H.4 I txin to tak Iluod'i Sr
ispartUs. sint twfurs I b4 DiiUliait Uis Uiird
butti t found mywflf Antlrety curid." V, V.
Hints, of Van Yslur Uydo, lUtal KIU, V
Uut BulldlBS, rrtto, (lihsmls. !
Hood's PIlo Hy, yt nrowpur so
muiwiuy, on uis Um sua bwwu. , , .
MkUjMMkW-k1. ' til l Si' mi ill mmLmH
Monujr by wl)!n( m,- tli 8TA R .
GROCERY yon uriiii In.
(iKii(ii'iice, At tlis STAR J"'" 1
will flurt CornploU- Sum k or Hinpio ,
sin Fsiioy (Imvriv, WnfxJcii . i
Slid Wllli Wsrs, wlitrh rs bjll)(t , '
old l irl In pmn with the Uiiim,
f'tBi)ld mit Irnvo tliolr K"rf s
cliruj. n (In y run buushl, sud.
w r 'lling (tint wy, snd if
you will rait snd twK sniii of our
irli-wt you will bt iviiifliiiJ dint1
WE CAN NOW 8AVC YOU
SMITH A CO.,
I'Mprlftiiin (il lh HUrtiriMi-ry, IndniwiiiUtii
MA K PC AN
FAT PEOPLE I
Will reduc your welglit iVnnnnenlly from
Ii Hi 15 ponnn a month, no htakvimi
slcknnw nr Injury; SO I I IU.K IIV. They
Dtinn up 111 n.-iiiui uixi bcHutirv the com.
ilpxnin, U-Hvinic no Wrinkle or flaolitiuMM.
Hlout Ahdomi-na mid dlltlciilt brrnthlng aura.
ly rellevitd. NO KM'KIllIKNT but a seleo-
tine soq poxlllve relk-r, mlopted only t(Ur
ymranr (XH-rli-ni-e. All orders mid dl
riH-t from our olllco, Prlee ki.vo twr tmi-kiurc
oruiMKiror by mull txvat pwld. Tetl.
monlal snd psrlletiliirs (waledi 2 eu.
All nirrMpondenee lrlelly coiiftdi'iillnl.
rAKK"'Ki:M 1:DY CO., Boston
O. A. KRAMER,
flatcbes and Clocks.
bid the Sorriest Trade."
MONMOUTH 1 IU
Uio very heart of the Wlllainotlo Vullev.
CnplUil. It has NO SALOONS.
BUY THE UGHTUjNING
CHain IDxlvo Moworo,
si t . -
.Am'. 'KiiTp.. ' . .
. F. O'DON NELL'S.
Smith Main StJ . . j b 9 z $Vm$r uoH
HAS ARKIVED.f 1
J. M. VANDUyf
la Comoetloal to Contlnuo luolnooo. Voo will tot
Wo oro Rooolein FRESH GOODS Dolly, onal
ro RaoOy to Show You tho
WELL BOUGHT, ,ia -
CAREFULLY ,CIfqSENi r )
CHEAPLY ' SO LTj.
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Out Stood will bo completely roplvnlahoo1.' It will pay
yea to Coll ot One and osomlno this Splendid Stock.
If you cannot com yoorsslf, send yonr ordoro
; ' 4m J. MANDUYK.
The Finest and Most Complete Lins oY
S fl NKKY and
17 o ca o oUdi CJdl A
Stylish Turnouts Alwavs in ReadlnSfs.
Having lately purchased the ontlm
tno public ah we are now making
(Sueoaaaorto HARKINS & FENNELL.)
R Mkn'Miinii HODS
Horse Shoeing $1.50.
LOWEST PRICES on all Work.
"T" I tllrMaa .
i ne vvloi blUE
Haa tha Moat
. k.y 1 ,
F. M. COOK.
v on em, iear I'ostollice,
beef, rni mo mt
Kept ConHtuntly on Hand.
Highest Price Paid for Stock.
v.". ND SEE ME.4-
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and are preparing to mak. manv
I. DOCH, Proprietor.
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Compl.t, 4 4
WORK THE BEST.
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