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Attornoy at Law,
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Attornuy at Law,
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luirclul i.uvv and tollcitlon.
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- Attorney at Law,
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jTJ U D It AD LEV, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon.
lirBo lloura, from 12 to 3 r.a.
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L. MILLER, M. V.,
Surgeon and Homoeopathic
tWOarunl dlMM a pwUlty,
ILL. P. IIEYDON,
and Motarjr ubllc.
Ordi-n lor HiirToylnif and Field NoUf uliould
bo Mldn-Mod to Will 1'. Ilvydon, Couuly Hnr
vayor, Kux burg . Or.
MHB. I) I. MUl.ALLKN. I ri.
nrAijUABTWs res travelim eii.
Larr, Pino aiulv llooinn.
Fn c Una to aud Krom Train.
MISS M. U. PORTER,
Oak Mirccl, one door Wml
FINE LlfJE OF ffllbLINERy GOODS.
I.A1K8T BTVI.KH IN
I 'A1TEKN 1 1 ATS.
JERRY J. WILSON,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
Tnodooriiioulh ol Muviiui a Hall. KOhtllL'HU
All Kcpalrluic cutruatcd to
ray care will b I'HOMI'TI.V aud
1'RK'KS Kt ASON ADI.K.
ALL COMPETITORS I
Wo are alwayt lo tbe Lead, and mean to
Tha Golden Harvest is upon us, aud farm
ers are smiling because Woodward
looas to their iutrrrst.
Thcoo are all Leather aud Warranted,
At Reduced Trices.
Consult your porss aud be sure and see
Woodward beforo buy lug.
W. G. WOODWARD
and It the result ol oaldt and
sudden ollmatlo change..
It cao be Cured by a plaanant
rvm.dy wblcb. U applied di
rectly Into Ui uoalrll. Lo
iagnulckly abaorbedlt gUv
Ely's Cream Balm
lasckDowladged to ba ths niot thoroucb cure for
Natal Catarrh, told lu Head aud Uay Fvvei ot all
reiaedJM. It oi u and clranwa tlio naaal ik.mik'Ki
JJaTS llu and lulauuuallon. baln tliuioie, no
tactaUia uieuiWaus fmiD cold, rr.toriatliettur.ii
ot taata au1 smell. Trie "Or. at IiiUKgiataor by null.
$17 DMOTUEHH, S Warrtu blmt, Nw York,
Sultan haa Fifty Bctle.
"Tim Vumtiiander ol Hj faithful' in ol
midJIiuK itature, ratlmr under tlmn
uvnr the averaga, aaJ of woukly conoll
tutlun. llii couiitaoarica liai no wickml
cxiireanlon, 11a la of the Circaaaian
tyMt from I lie uiotbcr'a aide, but bearing
lliu tnarka of degeneration. The eyea
are liaKuard, Ibe forebead InelKiildnant
and narrow, tbe ttyebrowa very thick,
fortnlnu two ureal area, which coalu:u.
Tlio larue noun (JoiiJiDalo the Mhole
lliya(2notoy and la ellgbtly Inclined to
one Jh at the lower eilreuiiiy. The
month ia large, the llpe thick. The aul
tan woara hia txtard long, and cara haa
eiiflnkled hia hair and bmiril with allvar
ithln the laat few yeare. It la a family
tradition among tbe beiri rf Oaman to
aixiak l a loud voice. Abdul Mamid'e
utterance la strident and linerlour. Ii
la tha voire of a tnaaler addreating tbuae
whom lie ri'Karda ai hia alavea."
Kverainco he baa been on the throne
Abdul Ilauild baa rarely eoue to bed at
night to tie in tha morning iika an or
dinary moilal. Heeeldom retirea until
dawn, hut riea at M o'clock, having
(pent the night hard at work lietoniog to
reorlB and oi tending to tbe affaire of
Btute. When he haa nothing elae to do,
he read l ranch detective aloriea, for he
haa an all pervading Idea that conspir
acies are being hatcliod against Liin, aod
(iaM.es his liuia circmuveiiting an Imag
inary I'onapiraior. Noliody knowa where
ha a ill spend any part of Iho day or
uvruiug. Often be entera a building,
aud, wbilo the aaotrles at tbo door be
lieve that he la insido, be haa gone by a
t'ack door and lo eouie other building
Moreovi-r, in whatever perl of the pa lac
Im may ho, thero ia a permanent survice
of surveillance day and nlicht, and be ia
constantly accompanied by m gcore of
tieraoua, who organl.a a aprcial aervire
In tlio building or apartment whuro he
hnpiirns to he for the wouieot.
Whero the sultan will loji is never
known. He ponsrsacs uioro than tifiy
ImhIs in the difluroiit parts of tbe palace,
aud tbetje bedrooms aro separated from
the real nf tho fcdiUce by iron doors and
furnlsliud wiib luottt ingenious and com
plicated loikn. Two auperb Hi. Per
narde alto e!oc outside Ihe door of the
apartment in which Hit sultan may be
hlreping, for ho knows that four-footed
guardians caunot be tampered with,
formerly Ihe tnetubera of the Imperial
liiirrm ticd to (novo about among the
numerous palaces ou tho 15o'loruB, hut
Abdul lljiui.l uit u stop to it. The
ladloa of tho harem nuvor have the bc-n-
lit of a change of air. Their palace is
t heir prion, and nowhere does phlbiais
claim ao many victims aa ia tbe hsreai
ol i ildi -Uotitemporary Hciw.
A I'opulUt Financier.
Oregon City ICnterprlae:
To County Treasuter bhado ia duo the
credit tl devif-in a nnw scheme where
by the work of hlaolQce ia greatly sim
phtled and the danger obviated of getting
bis casbjtccouots confused. On coming
into, tug; treasurer's olRce-ire found no
leas (ban a doan diflerent' funds to ac
re unt. for, beriilt'S tbe cash held by him
(or the various school districts and incor
porated towns within tho county, whose
taxes pass through his hands. This
multitude of funds was aa a nightmare
to our worthy populist treasurer, for
with but onn till in tho safe in which to
keep his cuhIi, the money belonging to
the vntious funds was inextricably mixed
and wlipn a person ramo iuto hia oflice
to learn as to tho amount of cash there
wus in a certain school district, road or
town fund, the old gentleman had no
end of tro'ihlti and delay in giving an
answer, liut Treasurer iSbado was eipial
to tho occasion and aurmotibled hia dilli
cutties without employing the cumbrous
and Intricate methods oi keeping a set
of books ae employed by bankers and
others who have large sums of money to
handle, for he proceeded to procure a
supply uf canvas bags and placed with
in each the cash ot the fund to which he
has as igned it, and when a school clerk
came in aod deaired to know how much
money there w jh lo thacrudit of hia dis
tricts account he had but to bring forth
Uio eack and emptying lis contents on
tho counter, count the cash and tell in a
moment just how much there waa com
ing to Hie district. As a result of the in
voulivo iron I us of our talented populist
treasurer, tho expensive Bet of books
w hich tho county bus furnished his oflice
is a waete of money, and there is little
doubt but when Mr. Shade cornea up for
ro-election tho taxpayers of Clackamas
county will remember him for his "ecou
omy" and "ctliclency" when they come
lo cast ttieir voles.
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
This is the bust medicine in the world
lor all forms ol Cotigtia and Colds anil
for Consumption Lvery bottle Is guar
a n trod. It will euro and uot disappoint
It has no equal for Whooping Cough
Asibrua. Hay Fever, Pneumonia, Bron'
chitia, La tirippe, Cold in the Head and
tnr (Vimiimiil inn. ft ia matt fur nil nirna
- - . v . HH.V ,vs . n i
plensnnt to take, aud, ubove all, it sure
cure. 11 ia always well to take I'r.
King's New Life Fills ia conuection
tt-itli Me Iflm.'fl nilnun.u lliw
ruriilot mill t.mn thn arjiiimoli find
bowels, We guanintee erfect eatia-
lacnou or rot urn niouey. rroe trial
hollies ut A. ('. Murstera' Drug Store
llogulur eio 60 ceutn and fl.
L will eland my jack, a large-boned,
woll-iuudo imiuial aud a notably Hue
breeder ut tho following terms: t-'&O,
$ 00, und 1 oO. Also my well-known
Noriuuu Bullion, a black weighing over
ItiOO, ut $.',( 1 bO aud Id. Hutcs: Fair
(aka, Mouduya and Tuesdays. Mu'
Nabb'a ranch, WoilucaJays. Coles Val
ley, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays
Oakland, tSitttudaye. II. I). Mklvi.n,
School Chart for Sale.
Tlio teachers anatomical aid, a graphic
illustration of humau auatoiuy, liuely
engraved platua, inauufaclurad aud pub
liabed ly Central School Supply House
uf Chicago, liood as now. Cont fi0.
Koatiou (or nulling, loo high a grade for
our school. Will sell cheap. For fur
ther paiticularu aud terms, uddrouu
F. M, Stew a it i',
Clerk S. I). No. 11:'.
soldilrs' iionn Rll.CS.
President Orinsby Replica to Reno
Aiuiknti, On., May 1W,
Kin roit I'LAiNnaALBH: In your issue
ol May 17 appear a second manifesto
from a "Committee and Ulnars" of licno
Foet, (J. A. It. "To the Grand Army ol
tho ltcpuhliu and Fellow Citizens of Or
egon." The committeo undertake to an
swer some statements made by me in a
letter addressed to comradoe of the dif
ferent Toots in this department, relative
fo certain rules adopted by tlin lioard ol
Trustees ol the Oregon Soldiers Home;
Firat. I referred in that letter to Sec.
4740 of the Kevieed Htatales but tbe
printer made a 0 of my 7 and gave tbe
number ae 4'J15. My claim waa thai
Bectiou 4745 was not violated by any
rule uado by the IJoard and my claim is
sustained by the 1'eualoo Baresa to
whli n tney leve appealed.
Second: That Hie pension ai propria-
lion law of contains mMeUitf' (
Ing to any rule for the control of any
Soldiers Home. Had they looked al
the law for l'J2. "M and 'Ut they might
have found aomethiog whicU poMiftly
ihey might liave thought aid pertain to
Ibis matter. The fact la that the act in
quest ion and to which they are referred
iy the Tension Bureau in answer to
their contention, ia not a genoral act but
appears in connection with each general
pension appropriation Dill as it is passed
from year to year.
Third. They quote bee. i', ol the law
governing National Homes and then ak ;
"la this law that now controls the Na
tional Homo similar to rules 13 and 11 ol
the Oregon Soidier'a Home which takes
iroin the pensioner every dollar of hia
money and doea not return one cent?"
I can give this committee sonie further
points ol dilteretico. Den a soldier en
tera a National Home he n made lo
' stand aud deliver'' and thereafter ia
not permitted to receive oue dollar of hia
pension money from the government.
Nor ia tbo governor of the borne
required to pay him a cent wbilo he ia a
member ol the home. The money ia
(aid directly to the governor by tbe gov
ernment aud ho has absolute control ol
it. "Vented rights" do not seem to
woirv lljo managers of the national
home ii cur as much as they do this com
mittee. Should the pensioner d:o while
a memiicr of the home leaving no known
heirs Ihe balance of peutnou re
maining would undoubtedly escheat to
Fourth. The committee triumphantly
ask : "Io Ibis board of trustees and the
cititens of Oregon Utliere that the pension
is a vested property right'" This board
of trustees and the citizens of Oregon
In' i ir that it id and Ihey also know w bat
this committee seem never to have dis
covered, that where a petibiuuer vohiu
tut illy places his pension under the con
tfol of auoltier after receiving it his
vested property rights have not been in
terfered with ia any manner whatever.
Iifth. Tho Otcgon Soldicra Home ia
not a National Homo. The general law
nrovidina for its establishment and train-
ancc, and tbe rales end ronulatioDS gov
erning It differ in bo aerential psrtieular
from those ot otber bttia ttomea. Wbeo
the board of trustees finally determined
to take control of the pensions of its
members tbey had before them the rales
of several State Homes. After a careful
consideration of these rules thoe of the
Minnesota home seemed to be fair and
just to all concerned, aud tue rules
adopted are almost an exact copy of the
rulea of tht home, liut it la to be noted
that ihe rules of all tbe homes considered
aider in but one essential particular
the amount of pension money retained
by the soldier. Ibis amount ranging
from one dollar to six dollars per month.
liut the two main provisions of the rules
are exactly the tame in ail these homes
Tbey are. tirst : the remainder ot pension
not retained by the soldier ia paid to his
dependent relatives, if he has auy ; and
second : if he has no dependent relatives
it is retained aa and ret apart for the
support ol the home. To illustrate: in
1SU1 there w as paic to tbe pensioners in
the Massachusetts Soldiers' Home, be
tween 11 and 1:' thousand dollars, of
which amount foUOO waa relumed by tbe
pensioners or sent to their lamilies and
the remainder, over foOOO, went to the
support of the home uuder rules precisely
similar to our own. Now when Ibis com
mittee assert that these rulea ure pecu
liar to tbe Oregon Homo auu find no
place in other homes they willully mis
represent or they are so blinded by pas
sion and prejudice aa to be unable to see
anv similarity in two things exactly alike
in every particular.
Sixth. Tbe committee emote the
nreBidont of the board aa saying: "They
were adopt d by the board because they
aro just to the soldier. Many of the
pensioners are old and feeble and child
ish." I no baud mat penned mat quota
tion ia the hand oi a moral coward.
Why did he not quote the expression en
tire instead of garbling it. Tbe trutli is
ho ia afraid to state (acts ; ufraid to lei
tbe people of this state kuow the (acts
and tho necessity lor tue adoption oi
Seventh. The committee bay Ihey do
not believe auy encampment of tho
A. K. oyer endorsed these rules. It
makes no difference whatever what th
committee "believe." Their belief doea
not change facts, which ere that inrto
successive eucamiunonts ol tlio depart
ment ol Minnesota endorsed tho rules by
varv larire majorities.
ElgLth. The committeo dovole a half
column of tho I'laindkalkk to telling
their "fellow cotiutrymen how many
batlletloldd aro rcprcsnntod by I lie mem
berg of tho Home, aud whuio they carried
tho llug and with whom they cariied
i. etc.. etc. What everybody knew be
fore they told it, aud what everyone
knowa ia truth every word of it. Hut I
submit that all this has nothing w liatev
er to do with the matter in question
Nor does tho kind of service tbe soldier
performed have anything to do with it.
Whether ho served as u clerk ut corps
headquarter, us a driver tl an uuibu
lance or urny wagon, as a ui'.aiioruiuste
oi totiiinisuary, a company eo k, or in
tho I'utika wilu a musket, the law makes
no dittiuctiou whatever. Ihe govern
meut ouly asks that tho disabilities for
which ho is putieioucd wore iuctirred
by actual service aud in lino of duty;
aud wbou he eulurs u homo it ia uot for
Iho management to lU'iuire how ho oh
tained his petition or what ucrvice he
performed lo sicuio it ; but eololy to uue
to its j'i'it uud proper iliuposal, ho being
it ward of tho slate and tho blulo being
Luiind by the law to adopt such rules
and regulation!) aa shall bobt uccuru his
comfort aud welfare. This, tho board of
trustees ol the rc,:oii Soldiete Home
have uuduavorvd lo do; uud il Ibis torn
tnittee think differently it would be well
for them to cease their miarepresent.v
tions, denunciations, gush an4 growls
and take their case to the proper tribunal
where it can be permanently settled and
whatever the decision mar be tbe board
of trustees will most cheerfully acqoieace.
H. R. OitMHOT.
Steady Buslnese Improvement.
A good many people are complaining
that business is no better thsn it was
before tbe election. There baa certainly
been no boom, and men of small means
find it about aa difficult to get money aa
before; but there ia certainly an im
provement In financial conditions, and
people with good collateral and gilt
edged credit can secure money foe legiti
mate operations at a lower rata of inter
est than ever known befoie in ttls conn
try. If people will exercise a little patience
they may yet wltneee a marvelous bust
nesa recovery, a -tbe mult ol tbe
healthier polilitfcsl aod industrial con
ditions brought about by tbe inaugura
tion of a republican president and tbe
paesaga of a protective tariff. Minneap
A Cure for Huscular Rheumatism.
Mrs. It. L. Latnson, of Fsirmoont, Illi
nois, says. ''My sister used Chamber
laiu'a Fain Balm for mnscolar rheuma
tism and il effected a complete cure. I
keep it in the bouse at alt times aod
have always found it beneficial for acbea
nd pains. It is the naickeat cure lor
rheumatism, pains and lameness I bave
ever seen." For sale by A. C. Mirsters
A Mr lloyt. of Chicago, during tbe
last campaign received considerable free
advertising, owing to tbe fact tbat be
had presented to Mr. liryan a house and
lot in Lincoln, Nebraska, valued at some
thousands of dollars, with a alight
mortgage on it. Mr. Dryan.it will be
remembered, waa patriotic enough to re
fute the gift aa a personal matter, but
turned it over to the national demo
cratic committee. Tbe bouse has since
been sold, and failod to bring the face of
the mortgage, leaving a judgment of
ab'jut $100 in the way ef deficiency.
Under the silver standardrthe nricee of
of tho necessary articlea of food in Japan
increased per cent froui 1803 to 18m,
wlule tbe increase in wages in tbat time
was but 33 per cent. It was thia fact
which led the commicsion which consid
ered the subject to report in favor of the
adoption of the .void standard. Tbe
working people of the United blatee,
who were urted to adopt free silver last
fall upon the assnmplion that it would
improve tbeir coddition, siuuid remem
ber this. Ex.
The republican party does not control
tbe senate of tbe United States, and if
tbe senate does not make a tariff bill
just aa the republicans desire it, the pub
lic will understand that the republican
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remedy lies In electing republican legis
latures which will elect more republican
Manv caseaof "Grippe" have lafely
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This preparation seems especially
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acta quickly thus preventing- serious
complications and bad effects in which
this disease often leaves tbe patient.
Maraters' Drug Store.
Senator Harris, of Kansas, haa intro
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state Commerce, contemplating tbe
changing of the commission, aa now
formed, into a court wnu power to act to
prevent poolings and combinations to
the detriment of tbe people.
It una Kru'rataa clia matin thn famona
answer to the question: If it were wiae
to marry, "You will regret whichever
fmt .1.. " Tti An.iatinn til thia fiav '.a
asked and answered as in tho daya of
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It ! oiirtirininu what a "wee bit of a
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