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TU AT HO AD LAW.
The aetlou of our dty council lu Rat
ting ths Independence charter revised
do that all road work lu Independence
shall be dou. luslde. the city limits hn
already borue some fruit la the deter
mination of the eouuty court at Dullas
to refuse to furnish Materials fur repalr-
ing the three large county bridges,
which are luslde Hie city limits, (hie
of the oouuolhueu, as shown by his
action lost Tuesday evvulng stands
oppneed to the passage of au ordinance
creatiug a road commissioner lu Imli
deuce and working tUe rouda under
that uew system ou the very tenable
grounds that an the payment are to be
made lu cash It wilt work a hardship
ou many poor people, who will want
to put lu their owu time lu working
the roads. The people of Indcndence
will not look with great favor on the
creation of another salaried office in
our city. The motion made at the
last meeting of the city council thut
the salary of the street eonuuissiouer
be placed at $1.50 a duy did uot meet
approval from lhoe of the council who
are wanting this ordinance to poos on
the ground that f Lot) a day was not
enough, tbcrvfoie It looks as though
some one wauls au eay job at a fat
salary. The citizens of Independence
kuow but Utile of this uew system of
road work, as the whole matter was
worked upiusnlethe city council. We
are not prepared to say that it is not a
good law, but from the fact that good
roads should reach out iutothecoutitry,
it seems as though our eople would
favor putting all potable roud work ou
the country , roads aud let property
owners Improve the streets of Indepcii
deuce. The fact that the farmers
about Independence feel aggrelvvd over
this law, and the county court Is
incensed, it Would seem that bunineiv
policy would cause the council to
let the old road law remuiu. Binee
this oniiuauce acted upon and de
feated at the last council meet
ing was reconsidered an I has been
referred to , the ordinance com
mittee, there is time left for our
citizens to inquire Into this new law
and express themselves. If our city
must eventually rebuild the three
bridges iu towu.at a cost of at Icat f:!50i
and pay five or six hundred dollars a
.year for a street commissioner, and at
the same time have the fll-willof the
farming community about us, it would
seem that some strong pressure should
be brought to bear, to delay matter
until the will of the people can be
There are three points in this new
law to be considered: 1st Is it good
business policy to neglect the roads
leading Into our town by doing utl the
work in town, 2nd Is it economy to
have to repair thone lounty bridge,,
and rebuild them, when the county
does it now? 3rd Do we want to
increase the number of salaried olllces
lu our city government at present?
In criticising the administration it
should, be remembered that some
intellects are cut bius; also, thut our
foreign affairs are quite as well managed
as those at home.
Either the governor of Virginia bus
lied or six members of the Massa
chusetts legislature have done so
There is no half way station for either
The democrats may have to offer
morespeciai Inducements to get a man,
other than Mr. Cleveland, to head
their presidential ticket next year.
Some people are nlmple enough to
wonder why a newspaper gives more
prominence to a church row than to a
Germany collects 120,0(10100 income
tax, only those having less than 900
marks ($214) a year, Ulng exempt.
It will be noticed that the adminis
tration isn't muking any jingo- de
mands of England.
Gov. McKluley's southern trip is a
veritable nightmare to many demo
cratic editors. '
It appears that liisitiarck still has u
few enemies In Germany.
The a. N position managers
should try to giiad ths Southern
railroads, which are How cutting pas
auger rates, to keep the fight going
during the exposition, Hut It's rail
road tickets to bushiest cards that
they would not sureeed. Railroads
seldom get Into a rate war wheu the
passt ngvr trafllo la good,
If there nre any more nations which
wish to take advantage of the United
Ktates while Gmdiantsnla la at its
hlght they would better hurry up.
There's no telling how soon Gresham
may tie pitched nin k and heels nut of
the Wato ilcartnient.
Francis Murphy haa niinln tken to
the Mtii as a tentperath , letiture r,
assisted by his son. They are at pre
sent In New York, and oitght to be
very siicccsMful among the Tammany
men whose penpi. have been cut off to
such an extent that they can no longer
The next republican national oon
ventlon will not tw run for the purpooe
of vindicating any man or any Idea,
but for the restoration of the govern
meut to the republican party and the
consequent return of general prosperity.
". q .
It would tie tuipoMHlble to say more,
if one talked or wrote a week, thau was
aid many years sao by au old minister
who was asked If It was pniier to
dance. "To dance prtqs'rly Is proper;
to dance Improperly la Improper."
Didn't "lUlt" Hprl n ger Judge
William riprluger, we should have
said say that he wouldn't accept any
office that would carry him out of
Illinois? If not, he was nils-rvpre-
No sooner doe a wealthy man with
out a wife die than some woman comes
forward with a atory of having been
engaged to beootoo his wife. Thai's
why some men are afraid to die.
According to the construction put
upon it by Mr. Cleveland the Monroe
doctrine Is a namby-pamby affair. In
stead of the banda-otf warning Amor
leans have iipmmnI It to U,
There was method In the madness of
i ho Jap who tried to kill LI Hung
Chang. lie wauled to postpoue the
(teace negotiation, so theChluese could
get licked some more.
Cotton was long ago depiwed as King,
but It Is destined to go still lower, If
the claim made concerning the mak
ing of artificial cot to u from wood-pulp
are not exaggerated.
It muxt tie tl.at Grace has Tammany,
as It Isn't possible for Tammany to
Mrs. Nsrclsa bite Kinney, of Aa-
t irl.i. Slute rresi.l.Mit of the W. C..T
U , will lecture in the Christian church
here on Huuday evening at 7u'10 p. in
Mrs. Kinney is au able seaker and
much benefit will 1 derived from
bearing her add rem.
Miss Harah Tuthill, teacher of elecu
lion In the normal, gave one of the
most pleasing addresses to the students,
In chnnel Monday morning, that tney
have hud this year. It was a complete
description of one of Lohengrin's
We are soon to I without a hotel
keeer, unless some one comes along
and Invests his money lu the lucrative
enterprise Is-fore the present keeper
leaves Mr. Jordan and family intend
ning to Eastern Oregon next week.'
W. A. Morehead and wife will stall
about the loth of April foruu extended
vlrfit in Citllforniii, Texas and Missouri.
Mr. Morehead's partner, I). 8. Tatoin,
will conduct their general merchandise
store during bis absence.
The tenth, annua! Httife (Sunday
school convention will be held In Port
laud, May 7 and 9. Ariangements are
is-lng maile for the entertainment of
til delegates, and a good attendance is
The 1'nlk County teachers' association
will meet here Kuturduy, ami in the
veiling Mate ("Superintendent Irwin,
Kilriu. will deliver a 'lecture, All
the meetings will be held iu the nor
The mother of II. 8 Port wood, of
this place, died of paralysis at the
lionie of her daughter, Mrs. I. (1.
Stephens, in Grunt county Bulurdiiy,
March !i'J, 1805, at the ago of sixty-two
Mr. Kvlle, of EuMtern Oregon, who
has been sick hero for several weeks,
.furled home lust Monday morning
accompanied by his sister, who bus
Isfcn wailing on Llni.
Misses t'assie Hturnp, Edith Perclval,
and Mrs. Elihert bave received letter
from the Nebraska sufferers and some
of them tell far different stories than
Prof, and Mrs. V. A. Wann returned
from a visit to Hcappoose, Columbia
county, lust Monday w here they hud
attended the funeral of Mrs. Warm's
Those who took part in the rhetorical
Friday morning, at the normal, were
Henry Freeman and Misses Mary
Porter and Edith Perclval.
A wise rule is that of the Ht. Louis,
Mo., board of education, which expells
any pupil found smoking cigarettes.
Mrs. Fenton, of McMinuvllle, arrived
in town lust Saturday and is visiting
witli her (luttghter, Mrs. Landers.
Mrs.D. 0 Quick, of Huver, Is visit
ing her sou aud dauRhter, who are iu
attendance at the normal.
Mi.s Emilia Lam mors Is detained
from Hclionl nit uCC'Uiil of having those
Clark Teal was one of those hsppy
One mors week and this term will
have closed, Ons term yet till the
close of school.
A niau may be ss honest tht day
Is long, but what atsiut the night?
The public school graduates are busy
wllh their orations,
Aud sllll the rain comes down.
The Willamette Presbytery will meet
In Dallas, April 0th, 10th and lltlr.
The oMultig sermon will Iw conducted
hv retiring moderator, IUv.Uy,of I,a
fhyctte. At thesaius thus the Woman's
Presbyterian Mbudonery siH'lety will
hold meeting In the Itaptlst church
and Weduestlay evening In the Pres
byterian church. Every-Ualy is cordi
ally Invited to attend these meetings,
Mrs. W, M. Kimble, afters shot t Ill
ness died In this city, Thursday
morning, March 2Hth, of a com
plication of diseases. She leaves s
husband and three small children, the
eldest of which Is five years old, to
mourn her demise. Her remain were
laid to rest In the Old Fellow's .peine"
tery, Friday afternoon.
A male quartette ha laen organised
In Dallas with the singer follows:
Cos. Itassett tlrst tenor and O.J. Cospor
second tenor, H. F. Mulkey first Iwtss
and Ueo. C, L. Hnyder stHtind bass.
These are om of Dallas' best slngors
ami we think w e may hear some pretty
gissl music from tlieiu once lu a while.
The republicans carried the city elec
tion, Monday, with the exception of
marshal. The o nicer are s follows:
mayor, W. L. Wells; auditor, I). P
Htouticr; marshal, J. M. Grant, (dem);
iHiuncllinen, I. N.. Wotsl, F. J. Coad;
Messrs. t'hws. Black ami K. Cad well
tied for lounclhncn lu ward No 1.
Tommy Morrison, Inventor of the
Morrison Hop Press, hs made some
Improvement on his machine, having
replaced the pinion gears with heavier
ones, making the press run slower, aud
will make much easier work for the
Jas. MnUowau, youngt son of (i.
W, Met lowau, came home from Hunts,
Saturday. He was about twelve days
ou the road between Hums and The
Pallas Is to have a uew livery stable.
The Odd Fellows having leased their
stable to an Foster u Oregon man w ho
is to come to Dallas aud take charge
It I reported that Dal I a woolen li.UI
is soon to start, parties being In Han
Francisco, who' w ill start It, It can
start none too soon for us.
Kalph Williams expect live hi
cycle here this week Dr. McCailoti,
M D. Kills, Hom. Kill and U.H. (iratit
being the lucky parties.
Mr. Gilliam, au old vloneer, living
near this city, died last Wednesday aud
was burled lu the Odd Fellow's ceme
The academy student will elv a
concert and literary entertainment
next Monday evening at the city hall
Mr. A. V. It. Hnyder relumed holne
from .Salem Monday, having llnlshed
his official duties as Journal clerk.
1 lev. Hchwsckhainmcr, au evangelist,
is holding a scrlo of meeting lu the
Arch McGowan left Wednesday for
Eugene, where he w ill attend the Uul
verdty. Arthur Moore, after a short Illness of
two week, I able to ! on the streets
Hon A. H. Lyle has Is-en vlslsllug
at bis old home, Dallas, the first of the
Dr H. W. Morrow, of Gaston, has
been doing business IU Dallas this
La Creole academy closes Friday.
PA it ki: It,
The telegraph line-incn have Ihtii
over the west side division cf the 8. P.
roud cutting off about two feet of the
lower end of the telegraph pules (tint
have rotted, and reset them. To be
economical Is now the aim of all.
Several of our young citizens attended
the drama at Iluena Vista Tuesday
evening and reMrt It a success. More
would have turned out fiom here If the
weal her hud been favorable.
Norman Baldwin has returned from
California, where time would turn
the edgoof a cold chlnd aud men were
considered to have a "gall" to want
Logging still goes on near town
The whistle of the donkey engine
relieves the monotony of the passing
Miss Laura Collins, of Huver was
visiting relatives In town Huuduy.
David Parker and wife were visiting
iu town Saturday.
Quite a crowd attended divine service
at Huver Sunday,
Home line crops of wheat can be
seen near here.
Mctcoruliiglcal Summary For ISO I.
A summary of the meteorological
observations made within the stale of
Oregon during the year 1HD4 will, no
loulit, lie of value to Us citizens for
Information, if for no other purjmse
and it will prove of the greatest value
to those of other Male wheu Inquiring
coiiccruh g Oregon and Its climate.
The year 18IM, as a whole, from a
weather point of view, was nearly nor
mal. The most marked feature of the
year was the excess ol rainfall, esicc-
iully in Clatsop, Coos aud Curry count
ies, bordering upon the Pad flu ocean.
l'lie average precipitation for the count
ries bordering on the Pacific ocean was
nitity-three Inches, for the counties lu
the V lllamelte valley forty-nlue
In (dies, for the counties of Southern
Oregon thirty-three Inches and the
sume in tliu counties lu the Columbia
river valley. In the counties lying
south and east ot Uio HI lie inouu-taiits-the
stoik country of Oregon
the average Is 18,00 Inches. The excess
of precipitation ranges from 8.40 inches
along the coast to 0.64 of an inch In the
southern section. The heaviest rain
fall iu the state was at Glenora, near
the summit of the Coast mountains in
Tillamook county, amounting to 13008
hit lies. This Is purely a local precip
itation pnduwd by the topography of
the oouutry surrounding. ' At Baodoo,
ireiittcmcn who rooetveJ
Ctsw oounty, and lAtiglul, Curry
county, U3 7 and 100.B7 Inches repec
lively Ml, The least amount of pre
clpliatlon tHvurred at Vule, Malheur
county, where only 10 .11 Inches fell
A not tccahlc similarity Is to be nlarved
lu the climate of Ifciugl, J. n'phlno
and Jackson counties lu southern Ore
gon and that nm tlou of Oregon iHX)
miles farther to the north lying along
the Columbia river to the east of the
Cascade mountains, Tie niean tem
peratures of these section sre iespev
lively fil,5 and 61.1, desires and the
average precipitation .'IIIWI and 8.0o
Inch-. In fact, the mean tempera
ture of Oregon, save that portion l.v I g
to the east aud south of the I Hue
mountain, Is practically 'he same
throughout, though the extreme are
materially different. Along the cat
the extreme are HS and degrees; In
Willamette valley 1H and I'll degree; lu
soul hem Oregon and the Columbia
river valley KM) ami 1 degree alsivs
(ero; to the south and ct of the lltue
mountain loo and II degnte Udow
sero, The warmest place lu Oregon, a
shown by the mean tcmr4ture 1
I.auglolii Curry county; a shown
by the maximum temHrature II l
Pendleton, Umatilla county; us shown
by the highest uilulmum lemis'rature
It I Gardiner, Ituiidon and Langlol.
The oddwt place lu Oregon, tisshown
by the mean temperature Is Hums,
Harncv county with a mean 37 6 and
as Is shown by the minimum tcmicra
lure, vlx: 79 degrees.
The snowfall was untiu illy heavy
during the year, the heaviest being at
Mount Hood lu Wsmsi county where
the total amounted t IW.ft Inches
over 11 feet Joseph, Wallowa County
had 01.5 Inches, HakerClty MI.H lucliea;
along the coast there nil from one
Inch at Gardiner to IS Inches at Asiorla;
in the Willamette valley and lu soul It
em Oregon from 4 to 20 incite fell.
The greatest of all eVi iit occurring
during the year tine to meteorological
conditions w the flood In the
Columbia and tributary river. In
June the rivers roe from 0 to 20 feet
higher than ever ta'fore known and
did considerable damage.
STILL LOVEft POLK (Ol.M V.
Stephen StaaN Write From ltn burg.
Itosmt'itu, March 17, lHiil.
KiuroH W'mr Hn-ts:I am sllll
sojourning In tin lively city, yet w hen
In a contemplative ihimhI, Imagination
picture lo my mind the old futulllur
face wending their way to church In
Independence. Although pleasantly
..limned here, "Old P. ilk" with all my
old time sswH'latcs come vividly lo
memory, and at times I can but wish
1 could meet my old friends In kindly
1 am pleased to learn through friend
isH'tudoiiully that the WT SlDK Is
still pnwsrlug, as I have always felt
au Interest In the success of lite Wit
Hinc, having for a iiumls-r ol years
Is-en a contributor to it columns slid
had pleoMtut axMoclutiuns with It
Frank Gel wick, who came here with
his brother Dave, although he like
Ibsieburg as a business city, still give
preference to Imlesudcnee, And
why not, for t'w there his youth was
pa-wed, and there all hi intimate uo
cistes ud friends of bis youth,
John llobb, whom many I'olkltes will
remember, was lu Itosehurg last week
He whs here a a w ltue In provii g
Umu a homeotead claim for one of hi
liclghtmrs. I bad a pleaxnlit chut with
him relating to old time In I'.ilk
John Hill bus that ringing laugh and
glio tongue for which he wits distin
guished lu olden time. Will Madison
i very pleanunlly situated here, U do
ing a fair busiueiw and seems H-rfe'lly
contented with hi surroundings.
The election of G. W. Mcllrldc a-,
senator Mt'ins to kIvc general satisfac
tion here, J. N. Diddi hud many
very warm friend lu Itosehurg, but
lltey have la-comc niHiiiclled to his de
feat and believe thut Mr. Mcllrldc will
make, an acceptable ami vuhicd senator.
McBrldc'i position ou the sliver ques
tion seems to he in dotiot lu Hie minds
of many, but If he stands llrmlv on
the platform of the national republican
party he can not materially err In per
forming his outy to the party, and net
on t lit much vexed silver question to
satisfy the wishes of his milislltuuiits
I do not hertitate to say, that I wits
Opposed lit the elect ion of Dollill, and
so am pretty well satlslled with the
Hleycles are Is'lng brought out here
lu numbers, and the young ladles ami
gent take regular evening exendso on
the glittering wheels. Hut they have
no cm h flue ruds to ride on as they have
contiguous to Independence. They
enjoy themselves equally us well,
We frequently see the gold dust of
Southern Oregon brought to town,
and when the mines here are fully
developed they will add much lo the
weulth of Douglus county,
Last week we hud two pretty cold
nights, Home of the water faucet were
frozen up' and we could not draw water
until we thawed them out. Peach trees
are well In bloom and it Is feared the'
peach crop In Southern Oregon will be a
complete failure, today the sun Is
shining bright and wurm, but farmers
are complaining of drouth, and are
feurful of short crops. Oregon bus
never failed to reward her husbandman,
and we think alio will continue true to
him now as In the past.
There are eight churches here nil
pretty wellatteiided. Protruded meet
ings have U'Cti going on for nbi ut six
weeks, but complaints are made by the
ministers that It is hard to make serious
Impression on the people, and conse
quently addition of numbers to the
church lire few. The Odd Fellows
building here Is one of the must impos
ing structures of this kind outside of
Portland. Tho opera hull In the lower
part of the building Is a large and com
modious one capable of cninlorlublyscut
Ing 700 or 800 persons.
Itosehurg Is a great place for "shows."
No thcutricul troupe visiting Oregon
fails to make a stop at this point, and
they are pretty well putronl.od not
withstanding tlie hard times. I'eoplo
seem to find a half dollar to go to the
show If for nothing else.
I have Just returned from attending
a sermon at the M . Et church. Listen
ed to a good practical sermon from Uev.
N. S. Herckner, pastor of that church.
You are aware that I am the presl
dent of the Douglas county Pioneer
Association, aud as suou I exptot to
call for a reunion of tlt pioneers the;
Kith of June, ami a my earthly iel-'
(loos with the old plum-em most j
sisdi coitio to an cud, I wish the coin-j
log reunion to U a .highly eiijoyaiuw
one, slid 1 shall puf forth my svery
effort to make It so,
I close wUhlog you all health and
happiness, 8. 8.
Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Fair Highest Award.
The city council met lust Tuesday
night with Mayor Hurley, and Coun
cllnien Conk, Chslfelter, Walker,
Strong and Finch, Ib-corder Ford anil
Marshal Tupr, present; councilnuin
The limine commit lee recommended
that several bill should ls ledueod,
which was adopted Street committee
recommended lh request of J. It.
OsipfMhat he bv allowed thirty day
time In wbh h to build a new walk ad
jacent lo the Gem saloon. The request
wa granted, A resolution was intro
duced aud passed uiiihorling (be
building of a sidewalk on the west rod
of Second street between Monmouth
aud D street
Tlieorillniiit"e committee nqiorted lu
favor of an ordinance to establish lite
gra te oo U street, which wa adopted.
The following resolution applying to
said ordinance were adopted: "It
appearing that more than two-thirds
of lhi pro rty holders ou G slnrl
have petitioned the council to have the
said street Improved ami graded, and
there be I n no ret istruuce against
said Improvement, ts It therefore re
solved by tin council of said city "f
Independence that said Improvements
and grade he made without the pobth-a-tlou
of notice thereof, and thai Ibis
resolution be entered lu the Journal of
said illy." ,
The ordinance to establish the grad
ing of U street was rerd third time,
aud passed by unanimous vote of coun
cil. First reading of "An ordinance, pro
vldltiK lor the aiioolutmeiit of a sin-!
commissioner and m regulate the grad
of streets In the city of lllileHlitlencc.
and to establish a system of sewerage,
sod for the collecting end working; nut
of road and street tax, and t provide
for a bridge fund wiihln the city f
Iiiilc'iiileiMT." Ou motion ordinance
was rend a Miiiiid time ty title. Do
mot ion rules tisieiiiU'd and ordinance
read u third lime, The chairman then
announced 'but said noli" sin was
placed niioit its lloul tassnge. 'i'he
vole on the ordinance was tlu-.? for
and two aatiisl. Ou motion of
Cnlincthimo Strong said Vole was
reconsidered and said oidiuaitce refer
red to orilioaiii c commit
I'ndi r the head of new biislm-ss, the
auliMiu tsmds of J, It, Cisqr, S. I".
Oweiisand Luyloit Smith were approv
ed and tht reirder instriicletl to Issue
lie llm-S (O tbt'lll.
Tlieolllelal Ismil of Treasurer lUrh
ardson, lo uci nrdmiie alth ordinance
No. 'IX, whs sppiovtd.
The following hills against the city
wcie pre-elileil and oldercd paid:
M. O Poller 12 i Mi
Mitchell A Ibibautton...,
(lulls IVrcha itubUrCo,,.
J. W, Fcucr
L. C, Gllmore,.., ,.
A. J. Toiqs r ,
l-.liitrle Light Co
J, T. Ford
J W. Hlehardsoll ,
Kellev Hoy . . , , .
, W. IfcH'gsieador
. fi w
. 3 (
Fluttering;, No Appetite, Could
not Sleep, Wind on Stomach.
"For a long time I had a terrible
puln at my heart, which Huttered al
most Incessantly. I had no appetlto
ond could not sleep. I would bo
compelled to hit up in bed and belch
giw from my stomach until I thought,
every minute would bo my last.
Thcro was a feeling of oppression
about my heart, and I was afraid to
draw a full breath. I could not sweep
a room without rcstlug. My husband
Induced mu to try
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
and nm happy to say It has cured me.
1 now have a splendid appetite, and
sleep well. Its effect was truly mar
velous," UUR UAItny E. BT-AKit, I'otisvlllo, Pa,
rir.MlIra Heart Curat sold ou poslttTa
(riiumn leu that, thn tlrst, bntlln will lienoUt.
All ilriiKKlslssell till, 0 bottlit fori.,, or
It. will bn sent, prepaid on rorelnt of prlco
Ij llio Ur. Mllm UwUca) Oo , Klkliart, lad.
0. A. Kramer.
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v v '"i WMl YMn vX rP o x; b .'I,,,'
W. Ul H tttf ,at. s , r i r- , mo :r. (..,, ..i i..t
INI Mi Mil
went to Hills-
I ion, r . n- s
Quite n number of dcl.gah to tb
F.pworth IK"" "I'veii'loii at Dal'ss
H!.se,l down or, the train Thursday
Mi. J, J Hlgglii. of Mofinnsiih,
went to North Ysmhlll, Thursday
ane.t.H.l. iotpr.sei.1 St lh- l-tHU-tlou
of s lU'ikah degres Imlge there.
Kvrvlees t tb Mirl llsn church
Hunduy morning and evening t y lU'V.
K. II Wekufnos. Huhject fbr morning
"Missions." In the evening, "The
Great Temptation." Mr. Nettie Pal
lersonsndW. II. Hswley will sing
duel at the evening service.
6AVCD HIS LIFE
So says Mr. T. M. Rood, hlnhly
respected Merchant of Mid
dletown, III., of a Young
Man who waa supposed
to bo In Consumption.
"Otis of my customer, sonnj
Vfnrs (fo; hud rt son who bail all
I he sviiiiitoiiis of cotiiuu ;tusi.
The lis'ial nicdicilicsailoiilcilbiUI
no relief, n i id he steadily faihil
uiilil lie w.w nnahlc to leave Ids
lied. IliS mother ll'il!'U to lll o
f.. m.n. r,i..,.lv lit 1,1 I rt'l'OIII O
ttietnlcd Aycr'a ('berry 1'irtonit. a
The ynutiif mart ts.k HnccordinK 0
to directum, mul ssm is-Ktin m o
lluprovs until be Is-eunin well
linil niroiit. i. ji. iirrii, pmu- 0
lll'itUWIL lit. O
"Some tlir: in.ro. I r;iii?ht a
(.vi.i,wi,lil inV t tiroat liml lltllt! Of
"were badly iurtittned, mul I Inula
..Mrll.l.t .....If.l, II U II . Hlllil'fllMl
that 1 was a victim of coiis.iuiic o
ttou, mul mv irieniis imu niim "
1 .... ..... Il .l I o o
IMIl'.'Ot ."1'. ... Mill. I IwM w 0
Isiiile of Aitt'd ( lu rrv IVtoritl. 0
took it, and was eullrelv curl, i
V., .I.M.l.l it .......I ,v lit.. " Ol
I, jiim , j.iiu'i in i mi-, ii'iiu.
Aycr's Cherry Pectoral
PcctvM Mlirhost arta
AT THE WORLD'S
One Box Soap
One Can Tomatoes
One Can Corn -One
One Shoe Bruh
One Stove Brtbh -
Fresh CchI Fish, the Very liest.
(lontV Clothiuu; .--'
Mmle loonier at 101. v m Um Itnln.
Ix iKHtKtiTsilorKltup.T.lAylun Jcuka,
imiiriflor. A 0ti. Intii uf ihmi.' l.
'iiyn oil Initiil fr.un wlilcli to seliH-l,
rlillt iiiiU to oriter fnmi lt U, bf
..- Independence Tailor Shop.
-u v-o o 0 -0 0-0 00 a
LKAVES I N 0 Kl'KX DKNCK.
AT 6:30 A. M.
t LKAVKKt rOUTLANI),
AT 6:00 A. M,
For Freight and Pssssgs apply en
G. L HAWKINS,
Tilt Tnrintimnti.i.swi f.
" - " nt it rn n VVfirKfl. PMIItiiiLlMa
fOIIN MULLUIl, lrop
HKISF, rORK, MUTTON, VEAL
Msrkst 1. nn 0 utrast, nut ths pototnv,
Men'i Hulls H lack
a ...,.....,,... k li
" " .... ... I3.W
" HI us IS 7ft
(tsits sod Vests I'l 60
(Jrarnl Arm 8.75
I)ove-ts!M Ursy ulU W.00
" " 10.78
u M M u J2.71
1. a - 12 CO
u ii 11 it h y)
1 11 7 2r,
m ' 7 00
it a - i Mi
Nsrlerif Ns - vt -
blik clays 4M
Men's ctAUm mnU 100
11 ,.., 1 25
m M4 1 jo
A II eld stock clot hi iif half prlcv.
FlvMwra 4ns, Scents.
Usd is-ocil. 4 orals per down.
I-dles' ketf hlrfs, 4 wots,
Tisitb bruslie. 19 cei.U rh.
Meo'i b'e. 0 pair fr 25 ornta.
Jap. bIIW Windsor ties, lfioi-nta.
Ikiy' tuita, 1 and epwsrd.
Imp curtains, 79nts and upward
Latlli' asllo, oil finish shoes, f I 2ft.
Men' urtlaund'd whit shirts 60c.
Calico, h mils r yard.
Olnxhsni, & r-Ms per yard.
Fifty dartittiff wetxllee, A rents.
Men's lists, CO crnts.
Uiubretlaa, 60 criit and upward.
Cabot W. muslin, 7c per yard.
Ille' underwent, 4 lor 2S ornbs.
Men's undershirts, 25 rents.
Overall, 60 and 00 cents per pair.
ily' caps, SS cents.
Toweling, 6 rrnta per yard.
Table linen, ST ceuts per yard.
Illl.txii), IJcaod upward per yard,
fadlcs' how, 10 cents per lr.
Fliilalilng braid, 15 cents SfT bolt.
Drv stays, 4 cenU.
Corset Maya, 10 Or tits.
Drtwi shields, 15 cents and upward.
Hptsil eotum, 4 oruts.
Hide roruba, 10 rcuta,
Bblrltiigs, 10 cuta per yard.
LI, muslin, 6 twnta per yard.
Hop muslin, 8) eetiU per yard.
LotiwUle muslin, 9) cents per yard.
iFishing Taekle, Tool
5 Th"" ta " tor 11 "u"a4B for ruhlnf.ss
W ihat j.jbm klB.lH.iu. ik. . .. it
..... ., . w 1 1 taw naavtv aa
I4 work jrsa should hmn goml louUi
THKRRI WD, lo h4 a a.hl( eatfll tnm
W ha .v.rjnblnK jttm waal-lieaki, IIm, rvsls, twit,
bankvl. flunk, tuit. If Sont rrry la stock what
yon l.h, w will ortl.r II f.r yo.
A CardUU InvluOaa U alnd.4 la vltlUng PoKms
and ath.n to Mil nd tMpwi aar Xork f rtla ,
IJn, and L..r. Jw.t I. rroui Ik.
R. fl. Wade & Go.
Alexander-Cooper Drug Co
Strum dirt T" "et The 0-ll.htn.tl,
SLlT 10 Unk RooVsosp;
Mmpl, PUWly Vb'. m. and . FREE
Patterson Bros., The DruggisU
r - IUp, all-wool
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