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FRIHAY MORNING, JUNK 2, 1882.
katerel at tf FMttftse at Corvallis
Oregon, as secoud-class matter.
M. S. WOODCOCK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFICIAL PAPER FOR 3EKT0N C6urlTY.
at straws in the hope to work on the feel
ings of those approached and thereby secure
a vote in that manner. The Republican
members of the Campbellite church are also
lieincr hunted down and an eflbrt made to
draw them up in line and shoot them off for
the "Boss" and thus that church is to be
catpawed nto bis unholy schemes. It
certainly would be a hlessinc to the church
and an honor to the bench to elect such a
man as judge whose use for church and all
other thing is to assist him in effecting his
none in it, for he bas been continually in
the school-room since the campaign opened.
And, in general, we think this office and
that of Chief Justice shonld be, as far as pos
sible, free from all political bias which would
certainly attend a regular canvass. As a
proof of the continued confidence reposed in
Prof. McElroy by the Board of Trustees of
Corvallis College, they have selected him for
the ensuing year to the place he has filled
wiih so much ability for several years.
Appeared at the court house in accordance
with previous notice and made a most
forcible and telling speech upon the educa
tional and political interests of the day.
He treated both Republicans and Demo
crats courteously. Showed how efficient,
economical and careful the present officers
of the State had been in the management of
State affairs, and how proffiigate, wasteful
and inexcusably negligent the Democratic
administration of eight years before had
been. That in accordance with the report
of the investigating committee appointed
by a Democratic Legislature to investigate
the Grover administration, it appeared that
the school fund had been depleted one half.
That the State at the end of that adminis
tration was left 737,000 in debt besides
accrued interest, making the total indebted
ness amount to near SI ,000, 000. Of that
amount the present administration has paid
off $487,489 besides accrued interest amoun
ting to $118,459. State taxes have been re
duced from seven to 5 mills besides the
present administration has built an Insane
assylum and paid for it, leaving no indebt
edness against the State on account of it.
He showed that the leaders of the Dem
ocracy did not appreciate the last econom
ical administration, because they failed,
neglected and refused to recognize Gov.
Thayer for his efficiency in office but adopt
ed the conduct of the celebrated Wra. Wat
kins toward the Governor and then nomin
ated an entire ticket of Grover men. It
was Grover and the spoils .vs. anti-Grover.
Of the candidates he said:
Mr. Moody in the section where he is
known is highly esteemed as a man of the
utmost honesty and integrity, and in Wasco,
a Democratic county, he was elected by a
large majority to the Legislature of the
State, where the members elected him
speaker of the house in which position he
discharged the duties with credit to his
friends and honor to himself. He came
to this State a poor boy and from that po
sition by honesty and integrity in busiuess,
he has acquired a competency in this
Mr. Karhart, the present Secretary of
State, has made the best officer Oregon ever
liafl. By his capability and attention to
bis fin ties ho has saved to the tax payers
f Oregen the difference between $57 under
fcoe present administration, and $97 under
the Grever administration on every convict
wfjich had been conveyed to the peniten
tiary. Mr. Hirsch had filled the offica of Treas
urer as well as any man cotdd. The speak
er said he had known him tor 15 years and
his name has always been a synonym for
honesty and integrity.
The nominee 'for State printer, Mr. Byars
of RoseWrg, :it ji practical printer now en
gaged in surveying; anil where he is known
he is highly honored and respected; while
Mr. Cornell is one of the men who assisted
in measuring the State printing by which
Mart Brown drew about $20,000 more than 1
he .was entifled to from the State Treasury.
He had known Mr. George ever since 15 or I
16 years ago, had heard him - recite his :
ItssseM at scheeL Air, George then estab
lished a reputataou in recitations, in writing
and in spea!ang, which showed an extraor- !
dinary capacity for one of his age. Mr.
George ie a -man far above average ability. '
and forfeonesty and integrity can not bo
excelled. The people of Oregon having
found SRen a young man in the person of
M. C. George, who by his ability and com
mnanrng appearance did on his first entry
M Congress secure a position on the com
mittee of commerce, and who also can stand
&p in Congress and make himself heard i
sad' command the attention of that body,
will not fail by their votes to keep him
Ms. Powell made many other valuable
ad impressive suggestions, but space w ill
not permit us to further enlarge.
THE "BOSS"' POLITICAL SCHEMES OF
Every day seems to develop news in the
line of the political tricks resorted to in
order to secure the election of the "Boss."
Ths.wavs of the scheemer are many but
they certainly fall as flat as a wet blanket
with this coinmunitj. The plans now adopt
ed is to work on the sympathy of Repub
licans. In their attempts to accomplish
this end the "Boss" or some of his spokes
men (who are few) approach a Republican
v horn, it is thought, feels a great interest
in Mr. McE'.roy's election, and is informed
that the Gazette's course towards Mr.
McFadden has lost to Mr. McElroy 40 or
SO votes; which assertion is as thin as air
and effects no sympathy whatever. The
next Republican is approached and his
greed for gain is attacked by telling him
that if McFadden is elected judge that the
amount of hi3 salary of about $2000 will be
spent here in Corvallis, and if Mr. Bean is
elected it will be spent some other place.
This is certainly a high-toned electioneering
dodge for a person to resort to who aspires
to the bench. We have thus far, however,
failed to find any person who desires to dis
pose of. their vote for any such considerations.
The next Republican is approached and
his Sympathies are besieged, when the
"Boss" tells him that Mr. Crees, a Republi
can, is going to vote for him, and he is go
ine to find two or three more Republicans
who will also vote for him. The next Be
publican is told that Judge Moor is going
to vote for him, and the next one that some
other prominent Republican is going to vote
for him and so-on. all of which we feel
certain is- absolute falsehoods. We know
sueh reports regarding Judge Moor is false
and we feel sure that the one regarding Mr.
Crees is equally false, and invented by Mr.
McFadden like a drowning man catching
TUE LAST RESORT.
One of the unterrified appeared at the
court house in this place last Wednesday
evening and attempted to fill the ear of the
Democracy with tidings of joy. A great
portion of his speech was devoted to about
the same line of argument as tho other Uem
ocratic speakers have made use of before
him. At the close of his address he de
parted somewhat from the snearkers be 'ore
him and took up the subject of repudiation
He attempted to show that the Republican
party was one of repudiation. He took up
the Mahone party in Virginia and attempt
ed to show because Republicans voted with
the. Mahone -influence that therefore the
whole Republican party was one of repudi
ation. The fact of the matter is that Mr,
Mahone was an officer in the Southern
army as was also Mr. Effiuger, so we under
stand. Mr. Mahone could not run the Dem
ocratic party of Virginia to suit his ideas,
and he therefore split off from the old
southern bourbon element of that party in
Virginia, and formed a new party of his own
and thereby took off a great many Demo
crats with him.
Previous to this time tho Republicans of
Virginia had been voting the Republican
ticket in a hopeless minority without any
prospect or probability of effecting anything.
The old Democratic party there previous to
the 'Mahone offshoot hail carried thiugs with
a high hand and the Republicans were anx
ious to break up and foil their high handed
schemes and as they could not possibly effect
it by voting by themselves; they chose what
they thought to be the lessir of the two
evils, and voted with the Malhone offshoot to
beat the old bourbon element there which
had the desired effeet.
Mr. Effinger said that he had always been
a Democrat. The air was full of it where
he was raised and he thought if under any
circumstances he could bo induced to act
with the Republican pa ty it would be
when his party stood for repudiation of the
debt of Virginia; he thought then he would
stand firm to the party which stood by its
obligations. Such flimsy assertions as this
might do to tell those who jan not read.
If this is the case. If Mr. Effinger would
discard his Democratic party on account of
questions of repudiation, why did he not do
ho and become a Republican a few years
ago when the Democratic party in their na
tional convention amongst other things in
their platform virtually resolved in favyr of
repudiating the national debt? Or when North
Carolina Democracy repudiated 44,353,151
of her debt? Or when in 1S78 the Demo
cracy of South Carolina repudiated their
State debt to the amount of $14,000,000?
It is a wonder that Mr. Effinger's faith in
Democracy had not baeu sh-ken when the
Democratic party of Alabama by a system
of compromises which she forced upon her
creditors thereby repudiated $28,000,000 of
tier State debt. Or when the Democrajy
of the State of Tennessee by the repudiating
&i : fivi-e.l upon her-r realtors thereby repu
J . v .- 000.000 of her debt. There
a ? i. si'ier w the s:ate3 where re;u
d.j. 'Mi was adopted by the Democratic
p.:;y wai'-h wasen-mgh to shake the faith
of M '., L.tinger if he had been sincere last
nij at 4ud aimiajf to-tell tiie truth to the
Democratic electioneering scheemes like
drownding men grasping for straws ar
prompted to publish such unfounded state
ments as the following: "More suits have
been commenced against Sol King as Sheriff,
growing out of misconstruction, mis-application
or ignorancu of the law, 'than were
ever commenced against any other Sheriff
the county ever had. in the same length of
time." The author of this startling revela
tion is certainly inexcusably ignorant or
else willfully perverting the truth; for we
defy any person to point to a single instance
in which Sheriff King as such has ever been
sued, arising from either of the causes
above stated. In nearly all of the cases in
which Sheriff King has been sued for any
?ause, he has won the cases and thus proved
that the parties who sued him were wrong.
But in none of the cases was he sued on ac
count ot his misconstruction, misapprehen
sion or ignorance of the law; and an asser
tion to that effect is certainly a willful
lie. The f.ict of it is that
King is a thoroughly temperate and indus
trious man and for this re ison has never be
come intemperate, and has therefore
attended to his official duties thoroughly
and completely and he will certainly be
elected by a large majority regardless of the
lies circulated to defeat him unless the peo
pie fail to appreciate the work of the best
Sheriff Benton county ever had.
self. Judge Shattuck, on the other hand.
is on the decline of life. Has quit the prac
tice of the law, and is living on his farm.
He is in poor health and wit hall is not a
student a quality which is neccesary for
any good judge or lawyer. It matters but
little what the law is if it cannot be fairly
and correctly administered. Every man in
this State is interested in having able law
yers elected to the Supreme Court. The
office of judge is not political. A man for
this office shonld be valued for and on ac
count of his fitness for the position, and not
so much on account of bis political views.
when elected County Judge, that will lxk
well and carefully after the finances of the
county and, by his advice in county affairs,
save to the tax -payers much of their hard
i - tea jjf
HEW FIRM! NEW GOODS !
The following handsome compliment paid
Hon. Z. F. Moody by the Walla Walla
Statesman, a strong Democratic journal:
Z. F Moody, the Republican candidate for
governor, placed the first steamboat on the
wsaters of Lake Pen d' Oreille. This was
somewhere about 1866 or' 67, and was for the
purpose of obtaining the Montana trade;
great efforts were made to this end, but tho
lateness of the seasons and depth ot snow
in the Bitter Knot ranges beyond the head
ot navigation at Cabinet Rapids on Clarke's
rorK prevented the complete success of the
efforts, and the boat was withdrawn. Mr.
Moody is an old pioneer, and the Republi
cans could not have nominated a man with
more chances of success than he. He has a
practical and thorough knowledge of the
country and has been educated up to it.
the tact that he has been successful m busi
ness should increase his chances on the
ground that a man who can keep his own
affairs in order ran safely be trusted with
those of a State like Oregon. He is vigorous
hale and hearty, and a gentleman of most
excellent reputation for integrity.
B. W. Wilson, as all know, has heretofore
filled the office of County Clerk satisfactory
to everyone. In f.ict he has the nime of
being, and is, the best clerk ill the State,
an I no one seems to ever have objected to
his continuance in office, except the length
of time he has already been there, which is
certain!; a poor excuse, so long as he does
hi3 business for the people and serves them
better than anybody else that they can get.
The people will certainly remember and
elect him on next Monday..
0. H. WHITNEY & 00.
Having recently located in Corvallis we take pleasure in announcing to
the trading public that we have just opened our Spring stock of
peonle ot this cmuty. Whether a man be
a DaitKv tat or IUr ntb'icao it do as not ex
cuse him from telling the truth on such
-. .-. or justify him in garbling the facts.
M . E.siig.?!' ton t again, but don't put your
a.i!.:;-d iincartty ba opposition to the .his
. o ' f : iiuiKry fo the people of Beu
Cf I county are a reading people and can
e" dy see through your repudiation anbtur
We are creditably informed that Mr.
McEIroy's opponent for the office of State
Superintendent of Public Instruction Mr.
Worthington is ingeniously circulating the
report among the Wasco people that if Mr.
McElroy is elected he will throw all of his
influence and preferences in favor of Benton i
county colleges and institutions. This I
charge clearly and emphatically implies
that Mr. Worthingtou would be governed j
by local preferences. Possibly this un- j
founded report may have its influence up
north where Mr. McElroy is not known ;
but all of us who know him and have ob
served his official career for six years past
understand full well that he performs his
official duties with equal justice to all, and
without fear of, or favoriteism to any one.
Mr. McElroy is a hih minded honorable
gentleman who occupies a plane too eleva
ted in the affairs of this life to permit him
sell t ; ever think of stooping so low, as his
opponents would like the people to think of
him. When we first heard the reports of
Lambert Worthington or Worthington Lam
bert, we were inclined to view them with
distrust, but when we learned of the report
first above alluded to. we concluded that
Lambert or even Worthington was to good
a name for such a man to be known by, and
next thing we might probably hear of his
name being hade (according to the revision)
or something more suitable to the inclina
tions of the man. Frof. McElroy has
made no attack on his opponent, nor has
he condescended to the low and transparent
device of inventing spurious articles, and
signing anonymous names to them, as
Worthington Lambert has done. And in
reference to Lambert Worthington's
latest effort that appeared in the daily Stand
nrrfilast week, we would state that that
same article as we are creditably informed
was answered emphatically and thor
oughly by one of the prominent teach
ers of this county over his own signature and
sent to the Standard, which as yet has
failed to publish it.
Prof. McElroy has made no canvass out
side of his own county; indeed he has made
A PROBABLE FAILURE
The Chinamen from the lower washhonse
are Aitrrrina a sewer and laying it .with
wooden box along the North side of 'Mr.
Langworthy's store towards the river. They
are not useing a level on it and it is doubt
ful when completed whether it will have
fall enough to run it to the river. These
Mongolians seem willing to do this work in
order to comply with the demands of the
city government to convey their filth away,
and it does seem to us that the city author
ities would appoint some one to oversee the
work so as to be sure that it had sufficient
fall to be of use when done. Or the city
might join work with them and make a
decent and effectual Bewer in a cise like
this. About a year ago the Chinamen also
dug a sewer along the north side of Mr.
H. E. Harris' store to the river, and like
the one in process of construction there
was no one on the part of the city who
made it their business to oversee the work
so as to make it of sufficient fall to carry
the water to the river, and hence it was not
a success. Our city management only
learps by experience and that very slowly.
Careful thoughtful reflection for the benefit
of the city is not often applied.
WHAT GEORGE HAS NOT DONE.
An exchange very appropriately say-: j
Atter the long and creditable list of what
Mr George "has" done ' in Congress, now 1
is a good, time to note some things that 1 9
iias not done. It is notorious that a Cali
fornia land company have been trying for
years to steal about 150,000 acres of laud
claimed to be granted to the military road
company in Lake county. A bill fwas pre
sented to Mr. George early last winter
which was a cold steal of that much land;
and Mr. George promptly refused to intro
duce it in Congress. Subsequently it was
introduced by Representative Rosecrans
and Mr. George declares that if it passes it
will be because be cannot prevent it. Dem
ocratic papers have been trying to tell what
Mr. Georgi has not done but have inadver
tently overlooked this item. Will they
kindly mention it now?
Some CTi-rY. as we understand, has been
tried to !v m 1 - by stating that Mr. Buford
out .-: it-, v !e for County Treasurer
ii;r? M . h -.i here so long as his opponent,
in regard t i which we will say that Mr.
Bnfor.l h.i i been in Corvailis, actively en
gaged in business, for eight or nine years.
He !.an active, energetic business man, and
has arrived to that stage in life when his
habits and conditions of life are fixed and
permanent. He is a careful, painstaking
and active business man, and when he is
elected treasurer by the suffrages of the
. ... a .', " . ST
j e,'i'!e ot tins couuty, iney can rest assured
tiiat they will not regret having placed their
confidence in him.
An exchange says:
"Mr Fenton is a licensed preacher in the
Christian church as well as a lawyer. He
does not deny it and is surely none the
worse for it. Democratic editors ate frantic
ally denying it, however, and the logical
inference is; that they consider it disgrace
ful in Mr. Fenton to breach the gospel or
else they feel uncomfortable in decent com
pany, and want to drag tb"i. congressional
candidate down to a lev el with themselves."
Or else they hare a consciousness of being
guilty of that inconsistency which is not ex
pfaiaabte, because when Hirvy Hines ran
for congress they made as much noise about
his professional calling because he was
preacher as if he was thereby the worst man
on top of ground. Ob, consistency! what
man can find it in the Democratic party !
A DEMOCRATS VISITS OF HIS TICKET.
Hon. Ben Harden, of Polk county, wa3
oresent at the late Democratic State Con
rention and when Mr. Joseph smith was
called upon for a speech he had to pass
where Ben was seated, on his way to the
speakers stand. The Polk county States
man assumed one of his indescribable locks
ot mock gravity and remarked-; "There
goes the corpse, where are the pall bearers ?'
After the nominations were all made Ben
said to a friend that the ticket struck him as
peculiar as it had a dead man at the head
a man with one leg in the middle aud i
"measuring worm" at the tail. Ex.
W. S. MFADDEN.
A Eugene City paper says: "W. S. Mc
Fadden, Democratic nominee for Judge of
this district, was in town several days tins
week. He devoted his time to bearing up
the boy and telling smutty stories. He
is a success at story telling, in fact a regular
The Albany Democrat also siys: "Judgj
W. S. McPhaddcn, of Corvallis, Democratic
candidate for Jude of the Second District.
was in the city yesterday . " We did not
suppose that the spelling of the name had
to be changed on such occasions.
The resurrectionists who met a short time
ago in Portland, and brought to life the
defunct carcass of the late Rev. Joseph
Smith, little imagined that the departed
would so soon again compel them to attend
his second and last funeral. Says the Fail
City: Mr. Moody only too willing agreed to
dispense with a canvass through the State
with a corpse. He did not wish to be
caught either dead or alivw with a haunted
suit of clothes or one who was merely around.
ISAAC HOLM AN.
In his attempt to keep a "stiff upper lip"
and put on a bold front, W. S. McFadden,
we understand, claims that the course of
the Gazette toward him in the present
campaign will do him more good than harm.
If such is the case, then Mr. McFadden will
certainly be overdone with goodness; be
cause from the best information that we
can gain there are certainly a great number
of persons in this county who are turning
their attention to Mr. McFadden in a simi
lar manner to what the Gazette has been
doing and most of them appear very much
determined in their purpose. It is pretty
certainly decreed that after election day
Mr. McFadden will discover that he has
been the recipient of so much of that kind
of good that it will result in Mr. Bean's
election to the bench.
There are many reasonsfor the re-election
of Judge Lord to the office of Justice of the
Supreme Court. He is a first-class lawyer
and a hard student. Whatever is necessary
for him to do in his official capacity will be
well done. He is in the prime of life and
in good health, and is a man of undoubted
integrity. He is not a politician, neverthe
less he is a Republican and will at the
next election no doubt vote the Republican
ticket. As judge on the bench he will de
cide fairly and without regard to party ties.
He is anxious to make a good name for hitn-
The Albany Democrat says: 'Isaac Hol
man, of Soap Creek, is running on the Dem
ocratic ticket in Benton county for Repre
sentative. He is a Democrat of the oi l
school, an honest and conscientious man,
and will 'run like a seated wolf. ' " A
Democrat of the old school in Oregon likely
means that he is a Grover Democrat. . At
any rate he is of such an old school that he
will never be elected.
Editok Gazette. I send you a copy of
a letter that 1 have just received from Mr.
E. A. Milner.
Mr. James Chambers, Sir. From re
ports from the Valley I understand that
you aud your party friends are circulating
lies on me attacking my private character;
you also state with considerable force that
Milner is a Catholic.
Such a course is to any thinking mm
most disreputable. No man would attempt
to e'ect himself by such a cowardly das
tardly course but one void of all principle of
honor. You are welcome to all you can
make out of such a proceeding. I notify
yon that you will have to face the music on
some very questionable transactions where
moralitv would hide her face. I never in
tended to act in this manner only being be
fore the defamed parties your spleen and
vindietiveness, but I propose to meet the
Devil with his own weapons. You circula
ted tha following on the Sunday before the
Belknap. Willier case was called.
(Here is inserted the matter I am accused
of circulating, it is too indecent and obscene
to he repeated.)
This was an act ot a bigh-toned moral
gentleman. Yon are indeed a man above
teproach;your lite has rieen thus tar unniem
ishe 1 by thought, word, deed or act. I
send Prof. Walker a copy of this letter by
this mail. I am prepared to establish the
truthfulness of this charge. Come to the
center; I'll give you something more to do.
IS. A. MUSEK.
Corvallis, May 28, 1882.
Mr. Editor, and readers of the Gazette:
I would not trouble you with this letter nor
reply to it except that Mr. Milner says he
has sent a copy to Pruf. Walker, and I
know not how many more copies have been
sent throughout the county. Mr. Milner
writes "from reports from the Valley;" he
does not wait to see if these "reports" are
true. I can sa as to myselt these reports
are absolutely false. I have circulated no
lies on Mr. Milner, I have not attacked his
private character. I have not stated "with
considerable force that Milner is a Catholic
Indeed I do not know or care whether Mr.
Milner is a Catholic or not. Whether or
not my party friends have lie I on Mr. Mil
ner, I leave with him and them. In regard
to what I am accused of circulating in the
Belknap and Walktr case against Prof.
Walker, I believe Mr. Milner is now en
gaged in circulating publicly and. privately
in his letters the very things he accuses me
of circulating and which he so much depre
ciates. Mr. Milner is the only man in
Henton county who is unwilling that the
street talk and scandal connected 'with that
trial should be forgotten and burried in
oblivion. While Mr. Milner is in the busi
ness it might be congenial to his taste for
him to publish what he liimseli" has said con
cerning Prof. Walker and the Fhilomath
College, and tho people of that place.
In cone lesion let me sav that Mr. Milner
and I have heretofore been personal friends
and I hope so to remain when this canvass
is over. I have been very busy a home
teaching school and have had no time fir
electioneering. 1 have lieen from home only
twice since I was nominated. I do not con
sider the office of School Superintendent
a political office, or one that should be mat
mm office of nartv strife. As far as mo
character is concerned, I have lived in Ben
ton county all my life, and if I hate any
moral character it is well known to the peo
pie. The people of Philomath and Cor
vallis need not be insulted by what I sai l,
what Mr. Milner said, or even what Judge
.iv,i.t,.n ;d nr bv what anybody or
everybody said "on tho Sunday before the
Belknap and Walker case was called."
If Mr. Milner wants to publish and circu
late this for political capital be can do so.
May 30, 18S2.
r s. ! . ve known of persons meeting
,1, , ) v:'h his own weapons, out. tB
. got the best of the fight. I
the .' ior t tne vulgar teriu '
,ei .i applied to Prof. Walker, and am
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ROBERT S. BEAN.
The growing eulogy passed upon Robert
S. Bean by Hon. Rufns Mai lory at the
court house the other evening was deserv
ed. No man in the 2na Judicial District
stands higher amongst the legal fraternity
than Mr. Bean. His private character is
irreproachable. If he is not elected it
will be because legal knowledge and integ
rity are not required on tha bench in this
Who arc They T
Mr. McFadden's organ says : "Demo
crats having at heart the success of the
principal of Democracy, should vote the
entire Democratic ticket, and scratch Va
man from personal motives." The perti
nent inquiry then is who are the "principaU''
of the Democratic party. We supposed
that "Boss" McFadden was the principal
of that party in Benton county, outdare
wait for an answer, as to who the others are
that fives that organ authority to "use that
word in the plural form.
Republicans on election day will remember
the uncalled for abuse and vilification which
they have received in this county from W.
S. McFadden, who is now aspiring to be
Circuit Ju tge of this district. ;
Mr. F. M. Johnson, nominee for County-
Judge, is a thorough, energetic, and wjgpt
awake business man, a lawyer and one of
ka. Ivmlr.keeners and accountants in
! the State. e is pisi ine bbu m
ral character is so pure, why
1 in eirouUtinn this vulgar
i home on fhe Sunday be
the Walker-Belknap case was called.
A large and well selected stook of Men and Boys' hats on hands, which
be sold at reasonable prices
A large assortment of Sailer Lewin & Co.'s (Philadelphia)
BOOTS AND SHOES.
As we import these direct from the factory, we can sell them nearly as
cheap as. China made. As a rule, one pair will outwear three pair China made.
WE WARRANT OUR GOODS
to be just as represented, or money will be returned.
HOOTS AND SHOES
Is the only safe and reliable remedy for
MALA IA ALL ITS TYPES,
Inhloding Chills. Fevers, Dull Aching Pain
Remittent and intermitteni fever, dumb guo
distressing headncb.es. So M in tbe orl
like Dr. llolman'. It snnihilates liver com
plaint, dyspepsia and billmusnens.
This is the only known remedy that positiv
ly expels every vetige of malarial uint from
tbe ryttem without endangering health.
Prof. Dj. A. Liiomu y: It is nearer a uni
versal panacea than anything in medicine
Tbia i done on the principle of absorption, of
which Dr. Holman's Pad is the only genuine
and true experiment.
For all KIDNEV TROUBLES ate Dr.
Holman's Renal or Kidney pad, the best reme
dy in the world and recommended by the med
BEWARE OF BOG I S PADS.
Each geuuine Holman Pad bears the private
revenue stamp of the Holman Pad Co., with
the above trade mark printed in green.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Dr. Holmnn's advice is free. Full treatise
eeot on application. Address
HOLMAN PA.D CO..
18 Jlly Hi Broadway New Tor
Made and repaired to order.
1 tlon. Soataaanptaoxi, Aottaia.
turn. NearalKl. and aU CtlKttlJC
and srerToae IManrw - rs. Prepared by
DKSVSTABKEY PALEV, riiiladolpbta.
Pa. Package contains all diiecJons, .and la
City Transfer Company,
U. S. BREWERY
On tho well-known Joseph Emrick place.
Bock and Laper Beer
LIQUOR AND WINE.
For family nse. Qrdera will be taken and delivered ,
Steam Liinurh Mary Ball.
Tracks, Express and Dray.
HAULIHG IN EVERY PART OF THE CITY OR
Country " ahort notice and reasonable terms.
CORD AN1T SLAB WOOD FOR SALE.
CAMPBELL, PRESTOX HER8ANEB
Will carry the United 8tates mail, paasengera an
freight between Elk City and Newport, leaving New.
port on Monday, Wedreeday and Friday of each
week, arrlvinvr at Newport on Tuesday. Thursday and
Saturday f each week. This time will be changed
to, daily trips soon. Special trip made when re
quired. roaySyl R A. BENSELL
We continue to act as Solicitors for Patents. Caveats,
Trade Marks. Copyrights, etc, for tbe United Mates,
Canada, Cuba, England, France, Germany, etc. Wo
have bad thlrty-flvo years experience.
patents obtained through us are notleedli the ft
xsnno ahxricav. This large and splendid IBu
of Science, la very Interesting, jodhas wienonaou
Circulation. Address MCNN CO, Vam Set
lore. Pub's, of Scinmnc American, tot BSray,
MewYorx. Hswl book aboiitPsientg free. 9