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FEBRUARY 1. 1897.
To whom It may concern: W. F. JVnjamln
having sold his ;ntrtt lo the rt-AivDiALia, a
settlement of accounts li now in order. All
amonnts due for advertising and job ork to
date are payable to C. Y. Bcn;amln, who will
aim pay all Indebtedness of tbe firm to da;e.
January , 1897.
W. r. Benjamin.
C. Y. B-.'ajii!.
IS THERE NO HOPE?
Recent events throw no light upon the
situation at Salem. The buciuess of the
people of tie mate which the Diuety
members now at the capltol were chosen
to transact ia not attended to, the relief
from the burdens of taxation so long
and fervently demanded, ia not ac
corded and all because of a quarrel ever
who shall bu I'uiied States senator. It
is idle to ray it is over the speakership
of the house. That is only the pre
tended cause, the decoy to draw eff
the attention of the people from the real
trouble down there. It i the editor
ship and the serjatorship only. Any
reasonable method used by the opposi
tion to defeat a pereon to whom they are
opposed ia proper and legitimate, but
the coarse pursued at Salem will be
generally condemned. In war, valor,
strategy, good generalship, will often
give the victory to the smaller force, but
in legislative affairs votes count ; the
side outvoted is beaten, and it is not ex
pected that a minority shall take ad
vantage of a constitutional provision to
defeat the will of the majority. The
places of the members is in their seats
attending to the business for which they
were elected and not dodging out when
the roll is called or In biding altogether.
It is now reported that those who have
been in their places, as soon as they
have taken a vote for senator will go
borne. This would scarcely bo consist
ent, for by bo doiDg they would then be
gnilty of the very thing for which they
are condemning the "outs." There is
plenty of time yet within the three
weeks remaining to accomplish all
necessaay legislation. Let tbcm pass
only repealing acts and the general ap
propriation bill and (he people will be
A BANKRUPTCY LAW.
The constitution of the United States
provides for the enactment of a general
bankrupt law. Such a law if carefully
formed on lines of justice to both deDfor
and creditor, so as to guarantee an hon
est fair and pqualable division of a bank
rupt's property anon; bis creditor, ia a
just and wie me .8ir of se:t!rnent. I'
insures a prorata proportion of each and
every creditor's claim against an in col
vent debtor, and when thus his property
has been exhausted, all an honest debtor
can do give up il he. Im to sgtiefy bis
creditor's dai i.s iw i-uh. to be re
leased from any lurtr.er demand upon
him. By such lfital relief he can go on
and by proper effort retrieve hi stand
ing if he knows bis subsequent acquisi
tion of property cannot be taken from
him. Without such a hw for his pro
tection he has no incentive to try to do
anything for himself. Without such a
law, the creditor, wb by chance may
attac'i a leb or 'a irop-rty and vet a I s
creditor bs and Irayo his les fortui ate
creditors out iatte cold ge s cotbiin
A proper and judici .ms bin km pi
law enables an inslovent debtor to di
vide bis property equally between all b.s
creditors. Such a law it is claimed
would be fcecurnd by the passage of the
Torrny 'lib which li pih-ti the house
of reprefiit'ive' .ail i- eendiuK in tli
What will the legixlaMre do with state
institution outside of Halem? The Ag
ricultural college aud the soldiers' home
are only semi-uute, the federal govern
ment having an interest in them, but
what about the university at Eugene
and the normal schools and ''homes"?
In view of tbo decision of the tupieme
court on the branch asylum cue, theio
seems but one course lo follow: All
state institutions must be located at
Salem according to the constitution. If
we don t like it we cuii' t help it, its the
law, and it will b in order now for eonm
Eastern Oregon man to enjoin tbe pay
ment of any appropriation that may be
made or a state institution outside of
Hon. II. B. Millor aud J. Fred Yates,
tba former president of the Agricultural
College at Uorvallis and the latter an at
torney of that city and brother of W, K,
Yates, prosecuting attorney of this dis
trict, Lad a knock-down argument last
week on the t'.reeli ol Cotvalli. The
account ss telegraphed aajs the lie was
given by Miller and Yates took the first
fall. Friends separated the combatant
and each went his several way. W. E.
Yatrs is a n emhor oftbo board of re
gents cf the colli ce and the leader of tba
oppoeiiion in the boatd to the president.
The Corvatlisitra have not taken kindly
to the election of Mr. Miller as president
cf the college.
tieo. Turner, a Lrmer republican, now
a popnlist ifor office) has eocured the
senatorMiip from the Slate of Washing
ton, Turner was a prominent candidate
as a le publican in the dead-lock of 1892,
resulting in the defeat of John R. Allen,
the best senator Washington has had.
T. T. liter has seen the prr-sidcnt-clcct
tad writes an account of the interview
hi a racy letter to the Oregonian. Mr.
McKinley must think a whole lot of Or
gon and the Oregonians. He did not,
however, tell T. T. how the Salem dead
lock might le broken.
In the last Cuban rebellion American
citizens lost property valned at 100,000,
000, and they will suffer in the present
war to a greater amount. The incon
clusive hcslilities that Spain is dragging
on are ruinous to herself and a costly
nufeance to others.
Douj'us county will soon achieve nolo
riety, even if that undesirable condition
is not already reached, with its murders)
its jail deliveries and hold-upa of passen
ger trains. This sort of thing appears to
be epidemic in this coun'y just now.
Georgia has passe I a stringent anti
trust law and appropriated 11,000,000 for
the support of her pubile sc heals. No
other state that voted for Bryan has
manifested so much inclination to do
better in the lutore.
If there is a change in the personnel
of our United Suites senator, ought not
the stcoud congressional district to be
entitled to the new man? There is good
senatorial limber obtainable south of
Lvman J. Usee, a biuker of Chicago.
and Russell A. Alger of Michigan, a re
publican well ku wu to Ihe country,
w ill te fccrelary cf the treasury and sec
rataiy of war, respectively.
Trie morning service was fairly at
tended in the Baptist Chnrch. The
Rev. W. P. Anderson, M. A., preached
a very excellent sermon from Jeremiah,
12tu chapter and 5th verse: "What
wilt thou do in the swellings of Jordan?"
In tbe evening the Baptists kindly dis
missed their service to attend the spe
cial revival services now being held in
the Methodist Church-
At the M. E. church last night Rev.
Ford preached an interesting and in
structive strmon, taking for his text the
twelfth veree of Ili9 twentieth chapter of
"And I saw the dead, small and great,
stand before God ; and the books were
opened ; aud another book was opened
which is the book of life ; and tbe dead
were ju Iged out of thoss things which
were written in Ihe books, according to
Mr. Ford explained that although tbe
good when they died immediately went
heaven and the wicked lo "the other
place," they were not judged then and
there, but were reserved for the judg
ment day. lie gave a ' ho reason for so
believing that it was impossible for God
to justly and cori-ccly judge, either the
good or tbe bad until "the evidence was
all in," that God must wait until the
end of tbe world, until all the good and
evil influences of an individual bad run
their course, before a correct estimate
could be placed upon them. To illua
trae, he cited Nero and other evil
minded pagans of olden times, and said
that it would hare been impossible for
God, though infinite, to judge of tbe
enortui'y of crimes at the time of their
death. So, too, with tbe good; God
c j i d not ju lge them on tbe day of their
death, with justice to themselves and tbe
world, as their works did not end with
The Road to Prosperity.
It will he in vain to look for a perma
nent or solid trade revival until after
the tariff bill gets on the statute .books.
As the bill will probably touch all the
chedules in some degree, there will be a
0'j(l dal of uncertainty in most of tbe
interests until tbe measure passes Into
tb president's bands. This will give a
speculative character to moBt of the busi
ness done in the larger fields in the in
terval, and as consequence the forces of
ri'lumriul recuporstioi will be impeded
for thM time. A settlement of the ques-
ion it imperatively required at tba
6'riiext practicable moment, BO that
business men can deal with certaintia
and finalities. The country needs ample
revenues and adequate protection, and
tin-nit want along rest from tariff
Stands at the Head.
Aug. J. Bogel, the leading druggist of
fehrevoport, La., sajs: "Dr. King's
New Discovery is the only thing that
curea my cough, and it is the best seller
I have. J. K. Campbell, merchant of
frcetford, Ariz., writes: "Dr. King's
New Discovery is all that is claimed for
it; it never fails, and is a sure cure for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
cannot say enough for its merits." Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds is not an experiment.
It hau been tried for a quarter of a ceu
tury, and today stands at Ihe bead. It
never disupoints. Free trial bottles at
A. C. Markers' Drug Store,
Fluent line of flannelette at the Nov
IN THE LOBBY.
Oosslp Concerning Hembera of the
Salem, Or., Jan. SO., 1S(7.
Regular attendance upon the see
lions the legislature for more than a
decade has given the writer
quite an acquaintance with those per
sons commonly called Iho lobby, or
members of the "third house." Those
consist of all sorts ol people, there for all
sorts of purposes, from the lobbyist
wilh a sack to encourngo or prevent
legislation to the small politician on Ihe
lookout for crumbs, in the ehapo of
clerkship. There are a few always
who have "influence" lo sell and their
hands are always behind their bucks,
palm uppermost. There are some in at
tendance who are there from habit with
no particular business, but they have
been on hand so often that they could
not remain away during the session and
ket pwell. A few since the last session
have gone over to the silent tnajwit,
where the question of a quorum is neve'
raised, and where, from the decision of
the speaker there is no appeal. Among
these may be claused 'Lish AppU gate, a
resident of Southern Oiegon since its
first settlement by while men, nu eccen
tric member of a noted family. 'Lish is
credited with the discovery that the
great trouble with the American people
was the fact that "there were not
offices wnotigh to go round." For a
generation h bad been a public tuau,
and once, I believe, came within one
vote of being elected to the United
States senate. He poetcssed good quail
ties and on tbe stump Lis manner was
original and hi style forcelul. He met
George Francis Traiu once, whin tbe
latter was passing through the state, and
was glad to meet him. Me accosted the
notorious globe-trotter with this speech :
"Train, you are the great original liar of
tbe Atlantic and I am the original liar of
the Faciflc. Shake." Applegate wus
generally a republican and struck sledge
hammer blows for tbe republican cause
but while Indian agent at Klamath he
had trouble with the administration of
President Harrison, and in his last days
was a populist. But his gonial presoiicc,
bis Quaint remarks, aud bis fund of
stories are missed from the lobby.
Coi. John Keleay, ol Corvallia, a mem
ber of tbe coutentiou that framed our
constitution, probably has not till now
misled a session since tbe admission of
tbe state. Full of honuis and full of
years, be too, having parsed Ihe allot. ed
thte score and ten, has gone over to
ner the roll call in the mysterious be
yond, aud no more shall we hear him
say: ' How dedo? How de do? I'm
preiu well, thanlt you." "lie was a
man. aie him for all iu ail, we shall not
look upon tiis like again."
Beu Hajden, of 1'olk, can hardiy te
considered a member of the lobby, but
he will come over once in a while and
look down upon the house from the gal
lery. Ben is enjoying a healthy and
Vigorous old age. At the bar ho bus
given pl.ice to younger men but takes a
keen interest in public affairs, and re
mains a democrat. His comment on the
action of the present house ol represen
tatives does not sound lite exclamations
in a prayer meeting nor would tbey look
woll in print, "I say." The old war
horse never was much of a church mem
Capt. Humphrey, for some iiusorutible
reason hasn't shown up this time. Why
this is thus I cannnot nnderstand. Cap.
lest a foot celebrating Fourth of July on
Meacham Creek about three jearsago,
but that does not necessarily incapaci
tate bim from holdiug down a chair and
spinning a Munchausen. The, third
house is much concerned about him and
a committee of inquiry is likely to be
E. O. Norton, a veteran newBpajer
man, is on hand bb usual. Once we
knew bim as tbe publisher ofthe"Yi
dette" at Salem, then of Portland, now
of Astoria, but tbe biennial cessions of
Oregon's solons always bring him to Ibe
capital. Norton has schemes of his
own. Don't know just bow many
friends be has in the house this time.
W. F. Keady, some times called the
prince of tbe lobbyists, is here, appar
ently sawing wood, but W. I', doesn't
saw much wood. He has been twice
speaker of the house, in 1885 and 1S03.
First be was a member from Benton and
tbe latter year from Multnomah. He
has won bis laurels always after a se
vere fight, and may be set down as
somewhat of a political scrapper. He
was one of tbe prime movers in the
breakup of the caucus two years ago and
is credited with being a "klose tillicum"
of Jonathan Bourne now.
Glen Holmao wh three times reading
clerk of the house, and a good one too,
but his strong suit is that of speaker of
iriH "third house." His ability to make
un in that capacity is unsurpassed
He inn preside amid a storm of ques
tion and points of order as calm and un
roffl l -it Davis himself.
The Pittersons of Hepner are becom
ing quite well known. The elder ia cor
responding for their paper uud tbe
you' urr is the orator and politician. As
the iii i'a'or of U'Ren in the third
hout-f . he was a decided success. Even
U'Uii himself was proud of bim.
Thlfi lime jierhaps the most conspicu
ous embers of the lobby are C. W. Ful
ton, J. II. Carey, Judge Denny, "Wit"
Bol e, John W, Minto and John I',
Ward. These are all here in the inter
ests of Senator Mitchell and are the
senator's closest advisors and counsellors
Tbey are the generals of divisions of the
Mitchell army and they are no slouches;
either. Unremitting ''has been their
efforts in behalf of their chief. No
Btone has been left unturned, and fo all
appearances, at least, it has been an
honorable campaign. What the out
come is lo be jierhaps Tuesday will
Tbe situation is about the same as
w hen I last wrote. The Benion house
is punuiog its course iu a half-hearted
wy, apparently satisfied that its adi
are ot uo force, and tbe effort to bold It
together Is not altogether a succeas.
One after auother tbo members are
dropping out tltl latterly there has not
boon a common law quorum present. It
is expected that the denouement, as they
say iu the novels, will occur about next
Tueadav, J. 0. V..
WHO ARE "MEMBERS"?
Senator Driver aa a Constitutional
Tho following omphalic letter was
written by Senator I. P. Driver to a re
publican friend of life-long standing who
had appealed to bim by letter to vote
agaiust any recognition of the house by
the Semite :
Salkm, Jan. I'0, 1S'.T.
My Lotig Esteemed Friend : Yours ol
the J3d inst.i found on my desk on my
arrival here yesterday, has been care
fully road and considered. Your request
desiring me to vote against the recogni
tion of the house, on the ground that
ihtrty-ono members or a majority cannot
"organise" I lo not believe. The con
stitution exprt;K!ly provides that "two
thirds of the . members of each ' house
shall constitute a quotum ;" the question
then is what it lakes lo constitute a
Spoakor Cqtf4 of the national house of
representative-) sars, "a quorum ol tbe
house in coftrrts consists of a majority
of mombcre unlitled." i lake it for
grautod that no man who has not taken
tho Oath ot nice can bo considered a
"raotnber," and that aH who havo taken
tbe oath of Office- are "members."
A "quorum", is not ' applicable - to
memlrs elected "but ohlv to thoee who
havo taken the oath of office and any
member "nrgUvtiog or refusing to take
tbe oath of office rendeis his seat va
cant." Seo code page &70, title vi of va
cancies. The question theu is: In a
body of sixty men, all and each of whose
powers we delegated when assembled
for the purpose of effecting an organiia-
tiou, can a minority prevent an organ
isation by "refusing or neglecting" to
qualify?" If -thin be admitted and this
construction pet upon the constitution,
then it must be admitted that tho "con
stitution" has provided for its own de
struction, a than,- unknown to either
na'ural, human or divine law.
Suppose on tbe oilier hand 'as I as
eiirr.t that a nisi nty has a right to "or
ganizt" and disclurgo tho duties for
which they were elected, who has a
right to complain? Certainly not the
"minority" refueing to qualify; for no
man iu any condition can take advan
tage of bis own ntopg. His very de
mand for redress would condemn him
sell and his puniflniicnt be self-inflicted.
But it may lie asked "are not constitu
ents deprived cf representation and
taxed without abatement? Have they
no light to complain?" Tbey certainly
havo but their only complaint can be
made onainet their chosen representa
tives refusing to perform the constitu
tional dutie agreed to by accepting the
nomination and election to the office for
which tbey' w fro choseii. But no wrocg
or blame can attach to those who, in the
discharge, cf thoir required duties, per
forme 1 them loyally and in god faith,
and to nay otherwise would compel the
innocent to suffer which comes in direct
con !l ict with all law and tq'iity.
"In the caao jou cile in ISM where
members resigning, went home, left tbe
legislature without a quorum, I fail lo
seo a parallel. That was after an organ
ization bad Lten effected, atd tho num
ber aud qualification of members had
been settled. In the present case where
members refuse to qualify and, as before
stated, a l.outo is not measured by the
number that have qualified, for as each
"failii.g or refusing to qualify", vacates
bis seat the ratio of membership chrnges
with each "refusal or neglect to quai
ify;" and betides all this I confess to a
deep personal feeling iti this matter, for,
after foirrg through what I did in the
last presidential campaign lo perpetuate
what I believe to bo the righteous princi
ples of the republican party, I do cot
feel like foisting Jonathan Bourne or any
other leader of the j.opulist party Into
tbe speaker d chair of this republican
I wouM like to accommodate you, mr
old friend, but conscience and duty com
Competition never worries us, because
we "buy right' hence "sell right.'
Tho facts are those; every move in our
business is only'.made after the most
careful consideration, nothing left to
chance. .Shoes have advanced In price
but not with us". ' AVe sell you a good oil
grain thoo for,!fi.5..,aud upwards, fine
shoes in proportion. If you doubt us,
come and see us, oonviuco yourself that
we have what wo advertise. We don't
care to do u!l the business in town, but
want to get a share of it. We firmly
believe that a concern that gives its
customers exceptionally good values in
every instance is bound to go ahead
year by year. This idea prevails
throughout our entire business. Every
dollum worth of goods must give tbe
wearer satisfaction, even the all wool
absolutely fHt color 8 00 suits.
J. Ahuauam'h Clothing House.
A limited number of pure bred B. P,
Rock, . .S. Hamburg, S. C B. Leghorn,
iJlk, I.angshan, Wyandott and Cornish
Indian Ga:uc. Wou several prizes at
tho Southern Oregon District Fair and
Oregon SSUto l air. I have tome mag
niGcent blrli, un ornament to any yard;
alno havo Uo Brown Leghorn cockerels
from registered btock. Prices reason
able; muni ditipoF.e of these within u0
days, iu ordor to muko room for spring
breeding. Address K. A, Kruno, Rose
ihe undersigned has two Beikbhire
boar pigs for sale. fJire and dam regiu
tered. Apply to Ihob, GijitiiiE,
The New 5ecretary.
Cuicaoo, Jau Sl. Lyman J. Gsge't
acceptance of the treasury inirlfollo In
McKinley ,s tabloet will be followed
shortly by his retirement from the pres
idency of the First National bank of Chi
cago. A meeting of tho jdirectois will be
held shortly to cousKlor the question ol
Gaga's successor. Directors who were
asked for expressions ' of opinion, salJ
that James H. Forgan, tlrst vice-presi
dent, will be the executive head of tho
bank until a permanent successor to Mr,
Gage Is chosen. Vice-President Forgnn
"Just aa soon aa the appointment has
boon .announced from Washington the
bank will take action toward naming a
new president. Who it will le I cannot
Mr. llago arrived from Canton today.
When asked wyat his coo r no would he iu
the treasury, lie said:
"It will bo my thief aim to seo the
country given a business administration
as far aa the duties that devolve nyon
tho secretary of t he treasury are con
cerned. My ttpMiiitmoiit w ill ho made
with regard for merit and not political
Mr; Gagexras busy all day putting his
persoual affairs iu shape for severance of
bla connection with the Fiist National
bahk. ' .
. Dawes for Controller.
Wasiiimiton, Jan. Sib From informa
tion gathered from applicants (or tbe po
sition, who talked lo the president-elect
on the subject, tho Associated Press
feels warranted in stating that Charles
G. Dawea of Evauston, III , will be ap
pointed controller of tbo curroucy to suc
ceed Fk'kols. Dawes ia a member of the
republican -national executive commit
tee, and achieved great success at tho
bar in Nebraska and business circles of
Chicago during the past three years.
He is the author of a work oil banking.
Langley'a Flying Machine
Washington, Jan. '."J. The report of
Professor Langtey, secretary of the
Smithsonian Institution, just submitted
to the board of regents, contains tho fol
lowing about his flying-machine-:
"The writer has, during tho intervals
of bis official duties, coutinued to experi
ment in this manoer uutil ho has rescho l
a measure of success which seems to jus
tify him in making tho statement hero
that mechanical flights havo now been
"On May i'6 last a mechanism built
chiefly of steol and driven by a steam on
gins made two flights of over half a mile.
Since that time the result has been
nearly doubled, f n each cane there was
no support from gas. The maihino was
10)0 or more times heavier than the air
in which it was mado to move. Dr.
Alexander Graham Boll witno-taod the
first of these and communicated tho
statement of results to the academy cf
Wheat Made a Break.
ClilCAiio, Jan. 1".). In the wheat pit
today the last hour watt the most sensa
tional iu months. On a break from 7r
to 73, several big homes sold great lines
of wheat. The Irado was stain pedud.
Everybody tried to sell. Bid lino went
over for New York awouut. It was coo
tended in the pit that a big baker liue
was thrown by several lionses.
After the break sjiiih houses dniug bin
selling were the host buyers until the
May price got over 74 cents again. It
was a whip-saw for hundreds iu the
trade. Now York added to tho force, cf
the rally, reporting sOO.000 bushels sold
WORTH OF MERCHANDISE
Which we have received ou consignment from the receiver
of one of the largest houses in San Francisco.
These goods have been sent us to dispose of at 60 cents
on on the dollar, which is less than cost of manufacture,
and being sold in connection with cur complete stock at ab
Note the Following Astonishing Bargains !
All Woolen Dress Goods, 36 inches
wide, Latest Styles
Ladies' and Gents' Mackintoshes.
-3 -Our Loss Js
Ladies' and Gents' Underwear Reduced to Prices to Suit
Our Goods are all of the Latest Styles. No shelf-worn
goods on hand. Never has there been such a Slaughter of
Prices. Call early and be convinced.
CARO BROS, j-THE BOSS STORE.
ST. VALENTINE'S EVE, PEB. 13th, 1807.
AT THE ARMORY. GRAND HARCM AT 8:15 5IIARP.
$20.00 I IN PRIZErS.JIi
Flrjt and second prio fo tvvV Lonl uuatained titiaractera of hard tlinos.
First aud ttcoud yi'Me Un two tiust Lumicul characters.
Firut ami (second ;irizo for two best dnncors.
One fiho for best clowu.
One lie for eiiectutors
Aduiiasioo; (letitlenien Maskers, fjtacts. ; Lady Maskero, Free; r-peclatorc, cts.
MUBIO liY TUi: '.UOtiEUVUd OKCHEHTKA.
T. K. RIOHHRDSON, Manager.
In order to close out our stock of how
and second hand pianos, we will offer
them at cost. It is our Intention to close
out our business as quickly aa possible,
aud iu order to do Ibis we will bo com
pelled to soil at a very low figure and on
such small Installments Unit it will not
pay you to rent. Therefore wo will call Iu
all our rented pianos and oigitus and give
you tho bonolU that we have roeelvrd as
rout. We have lit all sixteen pianos
which we will sell from 100 to tlCO; $3
and f 10 per month Installments. Rea
sonable 'discount for cash.
Groat reduction in violins, guttata and
all musical goods, Mirot miisio M per
cent discount. Send for catalogue. All
orders promptly tilled.
T. K. Kii'itAkimoN,
One fresh milch cow, Inquire ol H. A.
Kruse, Kosnborg, Oiogon.
1. rv rl lintrra.
Electric Biltors is a medicine suited lor
any season, but perhaps more generally
needed, whoti Ibo languid exhausted
feeling proysiln, when tho liver Is torpid
and sluggish and the need of a tonic and
alterative is felt. A prompt use of this
modiclno has often avortod long ami Kr
hapa fatal bilious foyers. No modiclno
will act morn enrol v in counteracting and
freeing the svstiun from ttio malarial
poison. Headache, Indigestion, Constb
pation, Disr.inoM yield to Electric Bit
ters. f0'. and fl.OO per bottles at A. C
Marsters' Drug Store.
Threw Away HlaCanea
Mr. D. Willey, ex-postmaster, Black
Crock, N, Y., was so badly alllictod with
rheumatism that ho was only able to
hobble around with canes, and oven then
It caused him great pain. After using
Chamberlain s rain Halm ho was so
much improved that he threw away his
canes. Ho says this liniment did him
more good than nil other medicines and
treatment put together. For sale at M3
cents per bottle by A. C. Marsters iV Co.
Opera House for Rent.
Sealed bids will bo tocoived by the un
dersiguod up t i Feb. 15, 1SI7, for rent of
Opera House for one year or more, but
payable nioni hlv in advauce. He rc
serves the right to reject any and ail bids
Kosohurg, Or., Feb. I, IhIC.
J or.. Mic eli. i,
Sec. odd Fellows Bldg. Assn.
l or Otrr l"injr I ran.
A (ii.u aki W atx TiusD llaUT.- Mrt
iVIntlon Smithing- l)iii liaa Imn uwl lor
over filly yrarn l.jr mlllminol inolbera tor their
chlMrrn while twihlns, wltli prrltct aucetM.
it imiltu-i Hi.: rhil'l; wltem tli lumt, allaa all
pain, curva I ii'l folic, ami Initio brt rvuiwly
tor IMarrlKia. 1 pltaaut lo tlio luto. Hold by
(lriiKlta lu ovrry .rt nt Ibo world. Twonly
Ilvo renU a botllf. Iti value In Incalculable.
llcturo ami auk for Mr. W liulow'i Hililns
Syrup, ami take nooilur kind.
liucWIen'n Arnica Native.
The Hen. Salve in tba World for Cuts,
Bruises, soma, Ulcers, Salt Rheum
Fever Soros, Totter, Chapped Hands
Chillbains, Corns, uud all akin Erup
tions, and pueilively cures Piles, or no
pay require.!. It is puaranteod to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded
Price 11") cunts per box. For sain at A
O.Mnrsters A Co.
The Central House.
W. II. tiordon is now tho proprietor of
this popular Injure. Tho table will be
supplied with tho best in tho market
good bods nnd courteous treatment
Meals 15 cent, ami beds the same rate
Iteautiful designs iu gems silk
kerchiefs nt the Novelty Store.
25C per yard
For Half Price
At tho Armory Every Saturday Eve
Those dances w ill ha run ou a regular
scientific plan. Inslnullons on now
laiiooa from 7 to 11 o clock, froe of
Admission lor lady ami g'Uiiluinaii, M
Gentleman without ladv, 71) cents,
Lady nut accompaltiiHl by gentleman
Spectators not allowed,
T, K. Ri nARPsoN.
County claims and warrants bought by
I). 8. Woi.t.
Ol evcreit trial and test l'tvfl
In rriiard to Hood's Hnraaparllla
1st, Greatest Merit
Heeurrd by a onlhir Combina
tion, rroMiition ami rrnera
unknown to otlion - whlt'li
naturally nnd in itially produce
2d, Greatest Cures
Htiown by IhoiinmiUol hnnMt,
voluntary testimonial which
palmally uud actimlly produce
3d, Greatest Sales
Ai'forduiu to His statrmc nts ol
driiyki-d' 1I 'vr thr country.
In thev lhre polul Itnod'a
Harsaiiarllla 1 peculiar lo itwll.
Is tho lst - Ills the iio Tru Wood Purifier.
Zl '.I aif Ihfonly nilt jlks
rlOXi S I'lllS with llil'rWniirllla,
ELY'S) mr .M HALM l Maltlrir.
Apply into the luwirtla. I u ijm Mr al'Hd. M
fnt al I'rnirrlsia of hr m'l ; aamp're In.-, hy m e.11 .
aXf IMIOTIUJIS, Watrra M., New Vurktlty.
STRICTLY PIRST-CLASS. f
MUM U '. MX'I.AI.I.KN, I'rnp,
CXAIQUARTTS3 FOB TBAVTLIirO V.
IIATr S KICASm.NAIII.i:.
LarKf, Kino Sample It. ui .
Fin lo and Fiona Tralm.
in int: ir.rrir nriu or iiik Mali
1 o Orrtmti l.r louirl Countv.
I I . rl.itililt j
A I'. Itnt'tb. . I'nl. 1 liahrkc
and '.w.ta K Unlirkc. 1
l. 1, ii.ln ni ,
I I'nhl 1 T liiihrk" i.ti ol th' alKite nainrd
Iti the iininc of il.c MnIi if om-koii, woi are
hf rf ly ri'!ilrvl to i. ar and aii.w. r thr roin
laltit tiled llnil 11,11 In llir lmr lllllld
lull In Hie mIum-liaini-d fnurt on or tirtnrr the
isjtti day of March, iKs7,
that 'inns tln tir.t duy nt Hip uvt term ol
said coiiil, and ou w 111 laku uoliro Hint If ynu
lull so to .K nr and nn rr unld romi!alnl for
watit tlirr.-of, thr laliilllT will ai'y lo the
Court lor the rtllcl nrnyed Inrln aid roinlalnt,
which In lo set nldc 011 tho urotind of traud a
rurlalti di'od ol coin r) mini rxrruud hy thf
aid dtli'iidHiit, A. K. Hiihrlte and (Inula K.
Ilnhrliu lo Ihr fiu.ldrli ndant, liarikl K llarhk,
1 r.uvrylng I "I I. !l. I. V , l and 1'. In tdork
No. our il l and a'.l r.l hliM-k No. iwo ('Ji known
llahrki't addition t.i Krultvalc, lioii(l
ThU Munition ) iiuMiidird l,y xlitur ol an
order ot lit,' Circuit Court, made mid filtered on
trio isitli dev ol Jauiiurc, l 7.
K I) MKATroHD,
Jinid Atlorui'V for I'lalnllrT.
Administrator's filial Notice.
OIH K IS HKHI IlV I.IVKN THAT TIIE
S .....I I... Ml. ..I .... ) 1 . ...
uiKi'in'Riii'i 11. Him in iiiih. aif uunim
lhl Countv Coutt fiH"a.lriiliiinlriil,.r nl II, u mi.i.
o J,,m).Ii M I ani'lillii. ilxraMil, and that the
County Court ol i.,ii!la (Vhiihv, Mslool Or.
Kon, has tiled Momlay, Mairh 1, Is'j?,' at 1
o cluck p. in., of taid clnv, aalhe liniii lor hear
ins olij' 'iTIom, II any ilmr l.f, to ld hnal
count, and tlf I'ttlrinetil ol nald vatate.
I imtvl January , Ih'j,.
It. II. UIXO.V.
Administrator ol the filale of Josxnh Mc
rN hip: cikci'it coukt nr tut ktaie
A Ori Ron. lor DouRlm County.
i nu How niiifr iniiKiiUK anil
Ian AwoclHtlon, a rorpoia
Suit iu K'jully
To Forwlmo a
E. II. I'rchlo and M. I. l'u lde
To K. II I'ri hle and M. J. I'rohlr, Ihe abuts
named doli niluiilK
In tho name ol tho Filalu dl drt'son: You ami
t adi ol you are hi'ruliy roiiilred lo appear and
answer tho complaint ol thu plaliillil above
liaintd In the. above entitled canau aiialmt you,
lioir oo lilu In tho above entitled Court and
cause, on or belorn Hie Kit li iliiy d March, 1SUT,
Ihat Ih Iiik tho 1st day ol thu noit r'aular term
ol uld Court, niter nit weeks publication ol this
uniiiioiis, and ynu are hereby null lied that If
you lull to appear and auwwc r mid complaint
the plulhtlfl will apply to the Com! ior Ihe re
llcl dcriiauiled Ihi ri lu, to-wllr
A JiidKiiietit and ilecrro axalnsl von anil each
of you lor Ibu tutu ol Vm.irj with Inn rf.t Uicrc
on (Mtu the I.llli day ol October, If'Jt., at tho rate
ol clghl per rent per uiiniiin, mill Ihu lurther
hum ol Vv.OO (.pedal atlorney'i fees, and for
plalnllira coata aud disbursuineiita ol tlilt
suit, and for a dvcrvu lorecionliiR the niorlKago
di scnUil Iu suld complaint, and onUrliif the
sale ol tho real etliite ineullouel and ileM tlbed
in sum nioriKUKO auu tompialnl, described
lolluwa. lo wit:
Iita ti. 7. and In bim k il. In IMiaduicb'a
Ui ton lo tbe tmt n ol Itosvlilirir. In Doiml
countv, Htate of Uicgon, loKulhor with Ihe ten
cments heredltaiiieiitnaud appurlcnencos there
unto behuiKlug or lu any way appertaining.
'1 lint the prot eedii aiming Iroiii aald sale be
applied, Jst, lo thu payment ol the cosii and
chargeaof iiiiiking Mild tale, uud ihe costs and
dlabiirseincnts ol this suit lo be taxed, and the
sum (if slaty dollars special attorney's oa
herein; 2nd, to lli payment to plalulllf of Ihe
urn ol fwO'.i, ullli Interest theroou at the rato
of eight tier cent per annnra Iroin October, I I,
ISM, and that tho defendants aud each of them
and all persona holding by, under or Ihrougb
Ilium or cither of Ilium subsriiueut to the execu.
tlou ol aald tuoilKiige lo-wit: The 21th dav of
.lanuary. lwl, bo (mover burred and foreclosed
of all I lulil, tltla, Inteiestaud equity of redejnp.
linn of, iu and losuld anowi real property, and
each and every part thereof.
This summons Is published In the Rontburg,
Oregon, I'l.AiNPk.Ai.i.it, lor six siircChshn and
eons cutlvo week a, by order of llou. J. t). Fu.
lerlon,ludge ol thu aboie entitled court, which
said order was iuuiIh and rulcitd ol record lu
opru t ouit In n gtilar term time of raid court, iu
Ino til vol Kotioburg, Douglas Countv, Oregon,
ou the IMli day ol lieteiuber, lS.ni,
Jauuaiy Vlli, 1HV.
'. A. Hl HLPKf.pE
J"'"' Attorney M Haliillfr.