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" THE COOS BAY ROAD.
V. Ill N.IAMIN,
? I rt tt n t r.
Mubuci Iptloo Kalrn.
One Year '-01
ll Miililhi ' w
T. K.fcberidari m-elvcd a letter yea
terJay making iouiry concerning tbe
omlitiou ol (he subsidy to the Coot Bay
toml, and railing attention to Uie (act
tlinl ttir I'ligmoers reported that the
cl)Mi'.r route would to intersect the
t. V. at Pillard. To raise subsidy un
der iivsont condilionx would K an im
Hsihiliiv. lnt if Ihivfnitrcad Hopl will
commence opemlioiis and show that it is
their 1'iirpoee to push the tmJ to an
early romplelion, the people of Koscburg
will contribute all in their power to have
the line bo located that tl:o terminus will
te here. The advantages are understood
and appreciated, so also is the added
cost, and once it is establiolied that the
road is coming, a aulsidr, with the pay
ments scattered over three or four years
of t i inc. illicit 1 13 i.iieod.
i Arthur Sewall late democratic candi
! da!c Ur vice prri-ident, in S.iu l'rneisio
the other day dcliveicd himself f the
follow ing : "I place no special eignifl
ciuco upou tbe tecenl democtatic sue
cesses in Eastern cities. They were
purely tbe result of local influences aud
conditions. The people of the llast are
inclined to give President McKinley and
bis administration a fair trial. Business
I i i i . , i .i.....t i
I is very iuueu eiepreteu lutrrv, buuciiuuiu
it not improve, I tbiuk the democrats
w ill r resent the silver issue four years
hence, and 1 have no doubt they w ill be
The propaganda for the free coinage of: euccerstul. Of couree, everjtbing will
to long at Purranl is uolasgtJ, b
serves the Telegram, be will serve as a
monument of tbe ingenuity of "ablo'
lawyers iu the use of technicalities in the
courts by which they secure new trials
for their blood-stained clients, or ad
journments, llio fewer we have of such
monuments the better will it be for the
Al'RIL lo. IS'.),-.
TUU COMINO C0NTIi5T.
silver, and ultimately to the adoption of
tbe tiat idea of money, is not dead or
even sleeping. Though there is more
tliau likely to be a breaking up of the
forces that were held together during the
list campaign by the adhesion oi the
hope of spoils, those who hold to the
idea that tho one great cause of the de
pressed condition of the times is the lack
of money, ate likely to get together.
The first point that they reek U make is
the fr9e coinage of silver. This, it is
contended, will add to the volume of the
circulating medium and allord relief.
The populists, as appears from an ad
dress issued to their par tisane of 1'ouglas
county and published iu our last issue,
desire to get back with both feet ou the
Omaha pla fjim adopted July 4, IS'.'-.
If there is fusion again between the se
ed led "reform" forces aud the democracy
"the mountain must go to Mahomet."
The democratic party must fuiego its
name and give up its individuality.
There will be do fusion of the national
parties. In localities, for sjioils, it may
be accomplished. ltat tbe populists are
determined to make the next campaign
s populistr. It ia well that they should,
and it is iilao woll tbat they have before
iiand given notice 'o the country of tbe
iKMuiou thsy prepxe to take. Iu tLe
heat of a cautpaigu tbe people generally
are in uo frame of mind to calmly dis
cuss and consider questions of public
concern. Party associations and per
sonal allegiance will sway the judgment
of tbe voter. It is hard to break away
from tbe practices of years, aud thcee
who do it from pure motives endeavor
ing to better the condition of the coun
try are entitled to much credit. He
may be wrong but an honest man is en
titled to and will command respect aoy
wbcro. But with his honesty he must
not be stubborn nor willfully blind to
the facte of history. When following a
new path choose well your footsteps.
Now that there is no election pending,
the formal notice of what we are to ex
pect ie timely tbat tbe people may con
sider and rellect so that when the time
comes they will be ready to answer.
depend on the linaucial condition of tbe
country during the next four years
The people have been promised better
times, and if they do not get them they
w ill again demand a change of adminis
tratiou." Hope springs eternal in tbe
human breast. It is doubtless the hope
of Mr. .Sewall that times will not im
prove, but he is doomed to disappoint
meut ; tbe skies are clearing and times
improving. It was kind oi him to ad
mil that tbe people are willing to give
the administration a fair trial.
The re poit is again current, this time
with the appearance of credibility, that
Associate Justice Stephen J. Field, of
tbe United states supreme court, has
Jlnally decided to retire from the bench
iu July next. This, of course, revives
all the old storien relative to the recast'
inn of the cabinet which is to occur in
that event, Ilisprc'.ty thoroughly uu
derstood, at the White House aud iu the
cabinet circle that when Justice Field
does retire, Judge McKenna, now at
torney general, is to be his successor on
the bench. It used to be said tbat Jus
lice l'ield detired to retire but did not
propose to rive President Cleveland the
opportunity to appoint his successor
This reason is now removed aud the age
limit enables the azed jurist to take a
When army is arrayed against army, it
is customary for both sides to appeal to
the God of battles to vindicato with vic
tory the justice of their canse, notwith
standing the observation tbat ' od is
generally on the eido of the biggest bat
talions. The Greek invaders of Mace
donia have issued the following procla
mation . "Brothers and Soldiers of
Christ and Liberty : We hoist the flag
of liberty, tho '-reek tlag. Under its
shadow let us UDite, with the watchword,
'Liberty or Death.' The justice of our
cause is recogDi- ed by alt free people
blessed by God. Let us push onward,
brother Greeks; God is with us."
The president on Monday announced
tbe following appointments of commis
sioners for the promotion of an interna
tional agreement for bimetallism : Sen
ator Edward O. Wolcott, Hon. Charles
J. Payne and ex-Vice President Adlai E.
Stevenson. While this proceeding on
the part of the president is correct aud
proper, being in accord with the plat
form upon which be was elected, it will
come to naught. This is a silver com
mission, as it should be, as the United
(States is supposed to represent the sil
ver side of the ijnestion, hut the world
is drifting away from biniettalisui as the
term is generally understood. All the
nations have had it at one time or an
other and it is being discarded in favor
of a policy that sustains the largest pos
sible circulation of silver money based
upon gold, w ithout disturbing tbe parity.
This experience proves tho best aud it
will be followed.
lul little has been beard of late oi the
Russian nihilists. These enterprising
people have been remaikably quiet eince
the accoesion of the I rgaent car, but
they vcero evidently culy sleeping, and
aie again awal.-. The police of tit.
Petersburg unearthed a nest in a fash
ionable thoroughfare of that citv recent
ly. LcA out for bombs. The czar
must appreciate the saying "uneasy lies
the bead that wears a crown.''
The secretary of state is reported by
the Salem Journal as being home "from"
Eugene. The Journal man has the
"from" in tbe wrong place. The secre
tary should be reported as in .Salem from
his borne in Eugeue. A man's home is
whero his family lesides. The constitu
tion requires the secietary of state to re
side at fc-alem. Our secretary of btate
doesn't jaro a rap about the constitution
unless it suits his purpose.
Under the law our state (axes are de
linquent on April 1st. This year the tax
roll was not placed in the bauds of the
sheritl' for collection till about March -0,
and in the very nature of things suffici
ent tax could not be collected in tea days
to pay the state tax. Our legislative
delegation should look after this and
cither provide for an earlier session of
the state board of equalization or make
the date of delinquency ninety days
It has been contended that tbe Wilson
bill was responsible for the business de
pression and loss of revenue. The con
tention is correct. As soon as the Ding
ley bill becomes a law the signs of recoV'
ery will be numerous and pronounced.
Spokane merchants have had a suit
with tbe railroads couU-tiding tbat the
roads were discriminating ugainst that
city and consequently violation the iu-ter-state
commerce law, Tho case went
through the courts uud bus just been de
cided to the effect that there wa no dis
crimination and consequently uo viola
tion of tbe law.
In the fall with the hotel piaia in
Florida Bryan Buffeted uo injury to his
buccal works, and so he goes on with no
delay for lepairs. Bruises on other
parts of hie body don't interfere with bis
Turkey and ' Iruece are ready to sever
diplomatic relations, and Greece has
been notified that uuy further raid of ir
regulars will be regarded by Turkey as
u declaration of war.
And btill there has been no senator
elected iu Kentucky. They have been
trying now for a month, and unless Hun
ter makes it soon he will be asked to
According to the dispatches tho piees
of Japan ii urging the government to
take a firm stand against the Hawaiiau
and American governments. Wonder
what we've been doing'.' U is to be
hoped the armies of the Mikado will not
como over aud lick uu. He might call
Lome till his subjects aud puuteh us that Uago on the Alaska appointments
L. H. Woodward of Indiana has been
appointed collector of customs for Alas
ka. It seems that Oregon has uo mort
alities are a little curious iu this state
just no", and very much mixed. Those
who weie attmte two years ago aie tiuw
Land and glove with each other, aud
vice versa, borne politicians cum i bay
things mean enough of fheir former
Jt is said all the factious of the repub
lican party iu Ohio are united iu their
support of Maik Hanua to succeed him
self iu the senate.
Jamc3 B. Angell of Michigau has beeu
named by tho president for minister to
There are oM convicts in tho peniten
tiary at Salem.
Seattle schools aro closed, ou accouut
of an epidemic of measles.
A revival of religion is going ou at the
Christian church in Salem.
Great Britain is moving upou tbe
Transvaal, slowly, but surely.
Tbe gold reserve in the United State
treasury has exceeded the lMt,000,000,
Tho Greater New York charter pawed
the senate over Mayor .Strong' veto, :M
A i la v Cuban in Ni' Y-.il. nunled a
couple of boatmeu in that city to row
bim to Cuba.
It is understood the president haa se
lected James Martin, cl Brattleboro, t.
to be assistant secretary of war.
Tho rush (o Alaska coutluues. The
Mexico sailed from Seattle Friday loaded
down for the northern gold fields.
Jerry Simpson of Kansas, he of sock
less fame, thinks too much power is
vested in the spe aker of the hourc.
Sol Center, au old resident ol Walla
Walla, committed suicide last Saturdar
by taking cyanide oi potassium.
Tbe Portland wheat market is dull
The nominal quotations are Walla W alia
oc, valley ,tc per busbel.
Jose de Armor, an American cilien,
w ho was arrested on April 7th, and cou
tided in Fort Cabanas, has been released.
Charles E. Caney, age 4-, and Jessie
Strehl, age l'1, of GoldenGate City, Cal.
eloped Monday aud eluded an enragei
Al eka's vield of gold this year is ea
timated at I0,iW,oX, which is consider
ably nioic than the big territory cost the
I nited Nates.
Tbe wiseacres are now saying the
spriug freshet in the Columbia will be
biirh this year and Portland w eterftLt
merchants are uneasy.
The increase in the flocks of the sheep
men of Eastern Oregon is given at 0 per
cent. 1 be cold rains ol Marcli was a
little severe on young lambe.
That newspaper tbat is to be started
in Portland seems to be notlung nut a
proposed change of the Evaning Tribuue
to a morning paper, it is a weak sister.
Aithur Chappell of latou, Wash.,
was taken into custody by a Spokane
otlicer. McPhee. Tbe prisoner shot the
officer then committed suicide. McPhee
There is yet a possibility of a strike
among the fithermen of Astoria. Tbe
price offered by caoners for Msh is four
cents i-er pound and tbe fishermen want
four and a hall cents.
An Indian known .is Pauamint Tom,
kilted three wbito miners, named Wm
Langdoo, Jules "toUlsmith and Frank
Reed, at Panamint, Cat., because he
thought be had Len wronged in a min
Geo. A. Clark, who lived in Alameda,
Cal., became demented aud wandered oil
and was unally reported dead. 11 is es
tate was administered upon and now he
turns up alive, much to tbe discomfiture
of the administrator.
Tbe school board of Cottage Grove em
ployed teachers for the ensuing year, as
follows: W. H. Powell, principal; Mrs.
Bell Sutton, Miss Annie Underwood,
Mrs Hopkins and Mies White ; Miss Mc
Queen music tcacner.
It is understood that Mr. Kern, who
got tbe contract of extending the south
jetty bore, will arrive on the Chiikat
with the necessary paraphernalia for do
ing the work. The Cbilkat will come to
Bandou this trip. Bandon Itecorder.
The fact baa become public that Grand
Duke Mecklenburg-Schwerin, whose
death was announced as baviug occurred
at 'J o'clock Saturday night, committed
suicide. It had born stated that, his
death was due to aneurism of the heart.
Tbe Atkinson elopement, wherein tbe
10 year old son of the governor of Geor
gia eloped with the 14 year old daughter
of a neighbor, has ended happily. They
were married before caught and the
parents on both sides have wisely de
cided to make the beat of it.
The government of Japan has decided
to send two warships to Hawaii, stop
ping meanwhile all emigration. A num
ber of rejected emigrants have arrived at
Kobe. Tbe press is urging the govern
ment to take a firm attitude toward the
Hawaiian and American governments.
Pendleton dispatch says that "hot
winds the past -4 hours havo taken the
enow from the mountain above here.
The Umatilla river is up to us high a
stage as at any time this spriug. Part
of the railroad bridge above ' town has
gone out, compelling the abandonment
of the branch line between there and
Walla Walla. Tbe water is still rising.
and promises to do more damage. An
immense amount ol snow is still iu tbe
moutaine. and it is fast coming down. '
btate Treasurer Phil Metscban yester
day received tlo.33U.bO from tbe treas
urer of Clatsop county, in full payment
of that county's state taxes for IH'M.
The decided stand ot Judge J. If. l.
Gray of that county took in reference to
withholding the stato staxes seems to
have beeu of no avail, so far as the treas
urer of the county w as concerned. Co
lumbia county was another one to make
full payment, a draft for the amount of
Its indebtedness f5,60'..76 being re
ceived by Mr. Metschun. Statesman.
over during the pasi
Keport of Koteburit Public
showing standing of all tho.ie averaging
w per cent or
school month :
(IHAMMAR IWAHTMKNt KIUHI'II H.WK.
A elans Hank one, Eva llowaid. aver
age i7. Others attove 50, Kenie Black
man, Cora Eddy, Pell Cole, Silvia
Stearns, George Uichards, George Wil
cox, Juliau JoMphson, Tin. McCarthy.
B class -Kank one, I lowio Sluni
brook, average t'7. others above W.
l utie Sacry, Grace Shupa, I.ce Howard.
t: KM ii i.iai'i .
Aclasa-P.ank one, Clyde Faulkner,
average VI. Others atxve !0, Clias.
Stratford, Asher Agoe, Emma I'odeon,
Zula Keoyon. Chas. Pitcbford.
H clasa Kank one, Frank McKeitie,
average V5. Others alove '., John
Boyd, Helen Willis, P-wight Kerry, Uca
sie Wilson, Ellen Hoed, Clare Godfrey,
hi i ii i.nwta.
A class - Kank one, Juliu J.ieobaon,,
average !3. others above vO. Emily j
Kreiilt, Jesxio Wilson, Bcaaio Kidder, i
llar.lv Howard, I'v.i Kml'ic, i.orimdn
Kant, Xillnir Tnn'f, on C:.scy .! Ken
fro, Charles Harmon.
B class Kank one, Hnei Jewell, av
erage VS. 'tliers above VO, Alice Maliu,
Vivian Jewett, Hannah Wollenlwrg,
Birdio Slocum, Frank dordon, I red
Brown, Maud Grooms. Ida Pae.
HI III t.BAPK.
A class Unuk one, Charles Hess,
average Others aliove vO, Eddie
Morris, Esther Tullt, Buth Hamilton,
Gertie Moore. Walter Josephsou, Pearl
Sanders. Fred Sbambrook, Mable Nan
.lie. Pale Harmon, Agnes rooms.
B class Kank one, Frank Page-Tus-tiu,
average tW. 'tliers above Joho
Tutlt,Kalph Kearuey, Uyil Stephens,
Earle Fickle, Herman Stephens, Itertba
Grills, Ben Lour, Kobeoa Grille. Alberta
Boggcss, Mar Hauan, Earle Fletcher,
IBIMAHV 01 IA 11 1 l KM I t'l I, I II I UAl'L.
A class Bank oue, Oscar Stratford,
average W. M hers above VO, b red Agee ,
Veil Barker, Floyd Boggess, Etta Case,
Earl Strong, Edith Cardwell, Vera
Havne Mamie Peachy, Beanie Schaetr
er, Pauline Thompsou, Ambler Allison,
Millie HefToer, Percy Pearson, Wilbur
Faulkner, Lena McCurdv, Ada Murphy,
Henry Easton, Maud Cannon. Bertha
B class Kank oue, Emma Britt, aver
age W. Others above VO, Frank Chap
man, Lenoir ltagsdale, Ettie Laird, Ethel
Applebotl', Edwin Thornton, Loouey
Untbaok. Pelos Matthews, Lillie Smith,
George Worthiugton, Clarence Hess.
Tiin;n . h a r k
A class Bank one, Pollie Jackson, av
erage !Ki. Others above VO, Beryl Steph
ens, A vice Sheridan. James Easton,
Mary French, Ellen Hook, Nellie Shark
ey, Bertha Keese, Mabel Wollciiberg,
Hatlie Prollinger, 1 rank Braud, Agnes
Scott, Vivian Cardwell, Ethel Sheridan,
B class Rank one, Mary McCarthy,
average Others above VO, May
Moore, Edith Patterson, Vivian French,
Andrew Huosaker, Myrtle Boggnes,
Maud Laugh, Minnie McCullocb, Bird
Ream, Vivian Jackson, ManJ Cleuieute.
A class Kank oue, Blchard i-ilvin,
averags '"'. Others above VO, Walter
Fisher, Merta Bales, Frauk Wilsou,
Harold Carpy, Genie Jewett, John
Ganger, Floyd Laird, Jack Wharton,
Mary McPike, Fred Criteser, G4eun
Willie, Hattie Van Z.ile, Stanley Carpy.
B class Kank one, Vera Pbipps, av
A class Kank one, Harrison Hun
suker aud Virgil Shupe, average '.';).
Others above VO, Archie Jackson, Olaf
vest, Clvde Martin, Etbel Nobs.
B class Kauk one. Myrtle Hauan,
average 'JJ. Above VO, Hazel Patterson.
1 . B. Hamlin, Principal.
NEW SPRING GOODi
Our SpriiiK Goods arc Just beginning to arrive, ami we Invite a careful
inspection ami comparison of prices.
PINl: I OO l WliAR
Fin Men, Women and Children.
Latest Mvles in colors and sliapts.
Out Hat Department is liht in line.
Shirts and Neckwear arc tin to date,
don't roRoirr our
In Spring Press
line unexcelled li
( ( xuls
at iel v
we have ti
and pt ice.
Wc have just tcccixcd an decant
line of l'ortieies, Tapesh y Cm tains
and I, ace Curtains, which compiisc
the finest line in Southern Oregon.
At a regular communication ol Laurel 1
1.0.10 No. i:s. A. E. and A. M.. held
April II, lSo,", (tie following preamble
and resolution were unanimously adopt-,
Wtiki;t It haa pleuned the great
architect of the utiivtate, to remove Iroin 1
our midst, our lalo brother, lames E. :
Wium.a-, It is but just tbat a lilting'
recognition of bis many virtue ahould
bo bail, theiet Jie e it
AVji'frcf, By Laurel I-odeo, No. 13
ou tiio register o! tbo tirand Lodgo of .
regou of Ancient I ree and Accepted pflffott liuildlllVT.
M. ...... ,l..., .. . .. . I. .... i. .....I, I..
.uacuiir. uiMfc n iitiu no inn win, iiuiijuiu
eubiuiiwion to tho ill of the Mor t High,
we do not tin) lens mourn for our Broth
er, who has been taken from iih.
AVu'im', Tbat wo tendorly condole
Willi the family of our deceased llrother
iu hour ol trial and uilliclion, and de
voutly com mend tliem to tbe keeping of
Him, who looks with pitying eye iiihjii
the willow ed and the fatherless.
i;r . I, l'bt ill our natural sorrow
for the loss ol a faithful Brother, we tind
consolation in the belief that it is well
with bun for whom we uiouru.
iiiii'ltttl, That these resolutiona be
spread upon the records of the Ixxlge
aud a copy thereof be transmitted to the
family of our deceased Brother, and to
each of the city papers of Kosoburg.
N. T. Jen mi,
P. J. Boni.,
;Jame E. Modioli was born iu Ken
tucky, August Li, Hit. Went to Indi
ana in H'J.), whciebu married Miss Jane
McCormick. To this union six children
were born, three of whom were boys,
Joseph, Euos aud James; the girls were
Kachel, Kaiiuit and Auuie. Jane, his
tirtit wife, died iu IViii. Mr. Hodson
weut from fudiaua to Iowa, but soon
caught the westward fever aud came to
Oregon iu ljv, aud fettled ou leer
creek, this county, where be has re
mained most i f the time till bis death.
Mr. Hodsou was a man of strong and de
cided opinions, but kind aud obliging, a
good citi on, a kiud lather, an agrceible
husband; an honored member oi the A.
V. and A. M. of Iho city by which order
his remains were niven burial with Ma
roiiic. rites. Thus lived and died James
E. Hodson, revered lv his neighbors
and friends aud loved by his wife, '
children, grand children aud .'I great
grand children, who survive him. and
11 Al l IIH IN AMI M AM I Al ll'lll II Ol
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Finest line of joods ever hrought to Roschurg.
Prices to suit the limes.
f Jackson Street, f ROSIEHURO.
COUNTRY PRODCCIi HOl'OIIT AMI MU ll.
part id I he City in nln.it i l .
Oive us a call, lioods delivered to any
Corner Ijtne A Sheridan Mreets.
WHEN SENT TO MRS. BOYD'S
imftc l on to his reward at a ripe old age,
four score and two years.
THE niSSISSII'FI FLOODS.
THE WAR CLOCU.
Greece and Turkey on the Verge of
Lomjo.v. April II. The Lveniua N'e
this afternoon publishes a dispatch from
its special correspondent at Athens say
ing the Turkish government has foriu
ally informed the Greek government
that any further raid of irregulars into
Turkish territory will be regarded by
Turkf " as a declaration of war upon tho
part ' iroece.
A t natch from Constantinople says:
Priced Mavrocordatos, the Cireok minis
ter 1 J Turkey, went yesterday to the
sublime port to take leave of the foreign
minister. Ho awaits orders from his
government to btart for Athens. Tho
sublime potte has sent the necessary
traveling expenses for the eventual re
turn of its representative and consuls in
A special (rout Halouica, the Turkish
base of operations, says tho iresk irreg
ulars have succeeded iu advancing as
far as Grevno, rallying the population
to their cause, aud threatening com
munications between the Turkish armies
at Elassyua and Jauiua.
To tttM A live room cottage, rent
cheap, near Washington street, west
aide of railroad track. Enquire at 403
Washington fctreet. aljlf.
Missouri Rising Great Damage
at Omaha.- INotes.
K.vNhAsCm. April -lJ.--Weather Ob
server Connor today predicts that the
Missouri river will rise -'ouite rapidly,
croesing the danger line by Wednesday
noon, and will be about one foot aoove
that point on Thursday night.
At noon today tbe gauge rcado r.i.u, a
slight rise since yetterday. At Leaven
worth a rise oi six inches has beeu ex
perienced siuce daylight, and tho water
is still climbing.
Om uu, April Io. the Missouri river
is chaoging it- channel past 'in aba,
aud in doing eo threatens to destroy
property to the value of several million
dollars. Laet night the river broke
through its banks about a mile above
where it left the old -channel IV years
ago, and today is running in two broad
streams across what weie yesterday
fertile market gardens. These streams
run into l iorence lake, a relic of the
former cut-ofl. -
VuiiMiiii'', .Miss., April 1J. Today
the gauge registers 31.03, a rise of 1 10 iu
21 hours, the highest water ever known.
Information received today is discour
aging. Tbe hue plantations at Bruns
wick are all under water. Boats are
wanted everywhere to rescue people and
Sj. Jostrii, La., April 1J. The
steamer ht. Joseph arrived here, having
been detained at l.'rsulina plantation, on
Davis island, taking on women and
children and mules, cattle and other do
It was uot apparent to the people on
the boat tbat the planters were moving.
It was ascertained, however, that it was
tcared the levees would uot stand much
longer, though every effort hud beeu
made to hold them.
I.liueaud blue tltrlol, for spray
lug purposes al Mareleri..
A Valuable Prescription.
Editor Morrison "( Worthiugton, lud.
"Sun," wiites. "ou havo a valuablo
prescription iu Klcrtric Hitters, and I
can cheerfully recomend it for Coiistipa- I .
lion and Sick Headache, and as u general I . . . , . , .. . ,, . ..
system tonic it ban no e...al. Mre. ' MlJJCSt I'riCCS Paid torCotllltry Produce ol
Annie Mchle, .'o Cottage lirove Ave , . ol Ti:AH , ,c t ,. ,.,,.. , , .
Chicago, was all mil duun. couM nut ial
nor digest food, had a backache which Cluckery. (ilaSS illlll Delfu ale, Tuh.U en .lllil Ci;ai
never left her aud felt tired and weary, I xt i i l.
butsix bottles of llectric Bitters re-, , N otlOH.s ami I'.IIU y t tooils.
stored her health und renewed her
strength. Price '() cents and 1 1.00. ' rr-r-r. -
Get a Bottle ut A. C. Marsters' Drug j
Store. ! '
Makes yon ncrm "all broken up," with
out life, ambition, energy or appetite.
It fs often the forerunner of serious ill
new), or the accompaniment of nervous
troublcB. It is a poitivc proof of thin,
weak, impure blood; for, if the blood iu
rich, red, vitalized and vigorous, it im
parts life and energy to every ncrvo,
organ and tioic of tbe body, Tho
DcccHity of taking flood's Harsajmrilla
lor that tired feeling is therefore apparent
to every oue, and the good it will do you
la equally beyond rmestion, Hemeuiber
It the hest -in f.H't Hit Oii 'I i u KliiiMt I'lirilW.
I'ariug the winter of IS''.'!, V. M. Mar
tin of Long Beach, West Va., contracted
a severe cold which Ictt him with a
cough. In r-pcakiug of how he cured it
he says : "1 ured several kinds of cough
syrup but found no relief until I bought
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Keuie
dy, which relieved me almost instantly.
and iu a short lime brought about a com
plete cure. When troubled with a
cough or cold uhc this remedy ami you
will uot hud it necessary to try several
kimU before you get relief. It has been
in tho market for over tweuly years and
constantly growu in favorand popularity.
l or sale at .0 and .0 cents per bottle by
A. I. Jisrdors V Uo.
Goods ol 'plcHlionablo cpialily are not
good al any price, lou llbnd tbo good
quality, best values, and late styles in
our new line of early spring dress goods
ot wool mixtures ami cotton checks
h. L. I uruur of Comptou, Mo., writes
us that after BUil'eriug from piles for
seventeen years, he completely cured
them by using three .boxes of DeWitt's
Wdich Ha.el Halve. It cures octoma
aud severe skin diseases. Marstera'
MISS M. E. PORTER,
oak Hlrc-el, one door Went of
FINE LINE OF MILLINERY GOODS.
I A I l.bl BlH.tr? IN
1 'ATTICHN J I A'PtS.
XJOIH K I IIKUI.IIV i.IVKN 1IJAI I UK
A' uud' rflnni ! Im. biui I'v tliu County l.ourt
ly. tun: ijI Un roll. iiiiMiinlcd
ilu ibtiut'ii n Dm ealuli. ol l ieat i y V. Uun-
ol UtuKin Count
Hell. il.x uhimI. All utrMiliM liuwiii; elnllni
cnliit t mi i i-tnl: !' rt (Uircd pi im.iiI ihu
name wltli )i i-r tutitliuni willnii nix uionlhH
lioiii iluloullliiH noliio ti lliu uinji micimd al
Ina liunic ill L'jukluK (JlanH, Jjiilai t'ouiily,
pHlvllh! olll'lu' il Muurh. It'J ,
IOIIN W. 1(1. K."
A'induiiliai"! "I Ha' e.ilati: ut I'ici.hoy
lutti W.iiu Milt, dcei ateil.
jg 1 CARPETS J
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1 AUD UPHOLSTERY GOODS 3
Alexander & Strougs
,tlmiiiibt I liter's Notice.
Nuiltl 1 III.Ktlir i.IM.N HIAl III,
uiiilcrntnt'l litt" liei n ly I lie I ouutv I ourl
ol huuKlu.4 loiiut , Muli: 1. 1 Orcijoii, duly hi,.
bolur 1 ailuilnl Irulni ol Uu e lulvoli nrub M.
Uiulhcrl . , dtC'.H A'). All utsiM.uu lndeld In
luld t-lult u. liticljy it iililiil l.i luul- u tin ni ,i
tie in) uieni, uii'l ull iici.'Jiih liuviuK cluluik
uKeiuil huil L-ituiv an i' ipilivl lu iirerent llii
tunic, iroicily ilin il, li lliu nii(li'imiii:,l at
hcot IhLiUI k. llnilKlns I nllllly, Orcuiii. wl I III n fix
liionthl Imiiu 'lie 'lute ol llila uill r.
limcl linn Mtli nuy hi April, Ih'j.
II. N I. A MIKIil V,
AJuiiuIstrHlur ol llnj e-iii ol -uriili M.
Ueal Estate Bought and Sold
XW I1UJU1II IMMIJ.
Farms, large and small, to Rent,
AND IMMEDIATE i'OSM.SSION tilVKN.
Stock Raugcs, Timher Laud:; and Mining Properties,
rrune aud Hop Iaud:i of lic:t qtuililj', in choice locations,
in quantities to tiuit intending puichasert', at reasonable
prioes and easy terms. Inquire of
ID. 3. IC. BUIOK,