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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1897)
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JUNE 28. 1S97.
FREIGHTS IN DOUGLAS COUNTY.
The writer is out averse to a coutro
Versy, especially when the adversary
bows disposition to be fair. Id a re
cent iaeue of l be RiJdle Mite the ques
tion was asked directly of we what the
railroad couinjismon bad accomplished.
The answer was made briefly but the
Mile bas not seen fit to publish it, nor
has it denied the truth of what was said.
Oar distinguished neighbor on Jack sou
street, the Keview, harping on the
same string, made the statement I lie
other day that rates were raised, that it
paid 5'J cents per hundred on paper
where formerly the price was 55 cents.
Now if the Review wanted to l6 fair it
would have raid more. If the whole
story was told it would throw a different
light on the subject. In 1S'J3 the board
of railroad commissioners took up (he
matter of the freight rates with the S. 1'.
They were very irregular. .Southern
Oregon was paying more than its just
proportioa of the company's revenues,
and the board sought to equalize theee,
ard at the same time the "western
classification" was adopted by the com
pany. It would be loo long a story for
an ordinary newspaper article, but our
neighbor can have it all if be wants it.
The new schedule reduceJ the rate as a
whole for the lines in Oregon 8 per cent.
How did it effect Koseburg? Briefly
stated, in this way. The former rate on
first, second, third and fourth class
freight was 79, 74, 65, and 53 cents per
hundred respectively. The present rate
for the save classes is 72, 65, 59, and
45 cents. The balk of the goods received
by the merchants of Roeeborg come in
under the first three classes. The dry
goods merchants chiefly under the first
and the grocers nnder the third. In
one instance there is a reduction of 7
cents and in the other of 6 cents.
When .the present commission made a
special case of grain rates it found the
rate was 21 cents from Drain, 22 from
Yoncalla, 24 from Oakland, 25 from
Roeeburg, 20 from Dillard and 27 from
Riddles, and corresponding rates from
other points. The present rate ob
tained after several sessions with (he
railroad people are, Drain 15 cents, You
calla 15, Oakland 10, Roseburg IS, Dil
lard 18, and Riddles l'J cents per 100
pounds. Perhaps these figures are of no
consequence, but it represents about four
cents per buBhel reduction.
The Oregon Pacific, to which refer
ence ia made in the Review's article,
was then not only not making anything
but wasn't making enough to pay its
employes and make needed repairs. It
was in the bands of a receiver and tak
log freight for anything it could get.
Its rates were not to be considered if the
freight business was to be regarded from
a business stand point. The commission
perhaps made some mistakes, few peo
pie or officials are altogether free from
errors, but the result is an improvement
on former conditions.
The trouble is here. When there was
an article or a place on w hich the tariff
was increased a little there was a great
bowl, and whore it was decreased there
never was a word said, vo the jmople
were led to believe it was all increase
and no decrease, when, as a matter of
fact, as slated above, the decrease would
average 8 per cent taking the entire busi
ness of the lines and this exclusive of
the grain reduction of Oct. 10, JS'Jl.
Brethren, dou't let your prejudices run
way with your judgment. A newspa
per prints the news, an organ publishes
only that which suits its contention.
1'riut newspapers. J. It. Kuuv.
It appears that Mark llauua, the
much buBtd and extremely caricatured
senator from Ohio, iu not only a good
polit' '-at manager, and a successful busi
ness man, but ia also of the material of
which statesmen are made. The forces
of republicanism under his leadership
achieved a decided victory over popo
cracy last fall, heuce the abuBe from
If Senator Hale should succeed in hav
ing tbe rales of the senate amended so
ai to exclude from the privileges of th
floor ex-senators interested in pending
measures it ould destroy the influence
of a lot of "txa" who make their home
and a living in Washington, '
The junior senator from Ohio is some
times referred to as the "power behind
tbe throne." This is veritable nou
use; but if it were true it would be in
finitely preferable to a thioue with Alt
ld and Tillman as tbe power behind it.
THAT nANDAHUS CASE.
It will be remembered that touio lime
ago Judge Suattuck commcuced man
damus proceedings against the secretary
of state to compel the secretary to issue
a warraut for the salary due the Judge,
on the ground that the salary was pro
vided by law and the accouut should
therefore be audited and the warraut is
sued, notwithstanding there was no di
rect appropriation for the payment of
the same. There is a decision of the
supreme court rendered in 1S72, we be
lieve, holding that under such circum
stances the secretary cannot draw a war
rant. That decision, although the court
was divided, is (he law in Ibis stato till
the supreme court decides olberwiee. It
s a fact, bowevir, that Col. Kuight, who
ia now arguing for the poeitiou of the
secretary, in the former case argued
against it. A dispatch Iron) Salem dated
last Thursday says: A motion to ad
vance for bearing the uiaudamus pro
ceeding of Judge E. D. Sbattuck, appel
lant, vs. II. It. Kincaid, secretary of
state, respondent, to compel the audit
ing of claims and issuance of w arrants,
was argued and submitted iu the su
preme court today, Ralph Mcxly ap
peared for appellant, and N. B. Kuight
for respondent. Counsel for appellaut
insisted that since it was admitted by re
spondent that the slate was paying from
10 to 20 per cent more for supplies for
state institutions than they might be
had, relief was needed; that, besides the
matter of supplies, every function of
state government, including the j'ldi
ciary, felt the lack of money, and if the
secretary of state would ouly audit
claims and issue warrants in payment
thereof, such warrants could be sold at
par. Tbe contention of respondent's
counsel was that the relief sought could
be bad through tbe legislature only.
While at Eugcbe last week Jiule r ul
lerlou beard the arguments iu the case
of tbe county court restraining the treas
urer from paying over the state taxes.
Tbis is not exactly like the case iu Mult
nomah county, where the action w as to
limit the payment of slate (axes to tbe
state's proportion out of the taxes as
they were collected. The Lane couuty
case i to prevent Uie payraant of auy
state tax except the militia and univer
sity tax. As tho county is simply the
agent of the state for the collection of
its taxes il is difficult to see how money
collected as state taxss can be diverted
to any other use by the county court,
and the outcome is likely to be an order
dissolving the injunction and directing
the treasurer to pay the tax, at least as
(apt as s'ale taxes are collected.
In the lexicon of American politics
there are no such words as "eilver re
publican" aod "silver democrat." The
men who claim either title are neither
republicans nor democrats nor populists.
They are political mongrels making un
authorized and dishonest use of old par
ty names. Tbe populists have all the
courage and the candor of the silver par
ty. They have the honesty to figbt nn
der their own flag and their own name
and do not parade in stolen clot hes.
Japan announces through her repre
sentative in Washington that she must
firmly protest against annexation by tbe
United States of tbe Hawaiian islands,
because tbe interest of tbe Japanese in
tbe islands will be jeopardized thereby.
Japan need not worry. Uncle aiu is
not a thief. Any and all property rights
tbe subjects of tbe Mikado may have
will be guarded in the treaty, though
stop may be put to further acquirement
Eugene V. Ltebs, the great iustigator
and chief spirit of the A. P. A. strike in
1834, and later one of the champions of
free silver, is said to have declared that
the free silver wave has receded to such
an extent that it was a dead issue.
Debs is hardly correct. Free silver as
an issue is very much alive and its vota-
ries active, bat it probably reached high
water mark in November, 180).
It see mi now certain that Corbett's
case will go over till December. Tbe
committe on privileges and elections last
Friday refused to consider the report of
Senator Hoar, but ordered it printed that
the members of the committee opposed
to Cor be it might have time to consider it.
There is perhaps no truth in tbe story
that the sugar trust contemplates the
purchase of Cuba from Spain, though a
desire to emulate the achievements of
tbe old West India company or the Hud
son liav company may possess the
breasts of some of the r ugar trust people,
The controversy at Eugene over Presi
dent Cbapiuau of the Mate ('niveruily
is very warm. Yea, more; it is hot.
tSentiment iu that town is said to be very
much against the university president.
And Russia, too, protests agaiubl tbe
annexation of Hawaii. Well, she'll have
to lake it out iu protesting. The growl
of the bear cannot frighten the eagle.
There are a number of good reasons
why both Hawaii and Cuba should be
puts of the United fctates. Albany
The republicans propose to skin their
own skunk, if they find any skunk that
ought to be skua. btatesmau.
W. J, Bryan is working bis way west.
Coinell'was winner of the 'Varsity
It costs about f 1000 a minute to run
Keutucky experienced a flight earth
quake shock last week.
Congressman Cooke of Illinois died
suddeuly on Thursday last.
The Tatetti at Castle ('ran was opened
last week for the summer season, and
I guests aro beginning to arrive nl that
I multr iMorl.
A rape lioud, mimed Miller, was
lynched In Kentucky Wednesday night.
Jackson couuty lias a milling syndi
cate that is after all the flouring mills of
A coroner ' Jury to Ban Francisco has
decided that the merchant, Hoffman.
Tke Monadnock and Monterey are on
their way to Portland to serve as Ith of
A terrific rvrlono toro through Kansas
last week. Three per tons aie known to
have been killed.
Spain increased tier luxe on food and
iu consequence there was serious rioting
iu the provluce of Ovied.
Much interest is now beiug taken in
Portlaud in tbe St. Helen's niiurs in
t-kaiuawia county, Washington.
There is an epidemic of sore throat re
sembling diphtheria in tho Washington
state peuitentiary at Walla Walla.
The Massachusetts legislature, just ad
journed, made an appropriation of S0i),
000 in aid of good road construction.
Rumor has it that Terrance V. Pow
drrly will be appointed conimissiouer of
immigration at the port of New York.
The London Daily Chronicle under
stands that tho queen has devoted a
large sum of money for the relief of the
The trackage of the street railway lines
directly connected with Boston is almost
1000 miles, operated by a power equal to
that of 50,000 horses.
Sikiyou county, Cat., was visited by a
heavy storm Monday uight continuing
until'Tucsday morning. The storms of
the past week have been general all over
St. Louis was visited by a severe rain
and windstorm ou Weducsday last.
This is not far from the anniversary of
the great storm of last year that wrought
so much havoc.
A seveie storm passed over Eastern
Indiana recently. Dispatches from
Muucis and other points report damage
to factories and bouses abrogating $oO,
000 to HO. 000, but no lose of lite.
Oiegonisall right, haviug icdermed
her reputation for rain producing by
showers the last lew days, thoroughly
wotting tho soil and giving tho cro au
excellent start Albany Herald.
Kdph Taylor of Toledo, Lincoln couu
ty, Thursday afternoon, while riding ou
the runuing-gear of a wagon, caught his
loot ou a sjag. His log was thrown back
against the brakebeam and broken above
Today, says a Paiis, France, dispatch
of the Lhli, was the hottest of the season.
c-cveral sunstrokes were reported and
two deaths from heat. As a contract to
this, a heavy snow Uil was reported from
The D.tlleB Tiiuos-Mountainecr says:
It is reportnd that 10,000 head of horses
have been bought in the section of coun
try let ween Umatilla and Castle Rock,
in Washington, by the l.inntou cnunery,
at an average of (1.50 per head.
By au explosion of molteu metal at
the I'uqnesue plaut of Carnegie's iron
works, three men were burned. They
were Oeorge Biubamuir, U. W. Holder
mau, Elmer Berwick. Baubamuir will
probably die. The explosion was caueed
by a 20 ton ladle overturning iu a pool of
Late county is tnieateueu witu a
plague ol crickets, judging by the (el
lowing from tbe last Lakeview Exam
iner: tifty or more men and a drove of
hogs are employed below Pine creek
trying to head oil' the crickets aud keep
them from destroying the crops. It is
slow process, as tbe destructive pests
seem determined to contiuue their jour
ney tanner west.
A dispatcn Irom Wicuita, h 'iea
dated on Monday last says: With
flash that lighted up the city, a ball of
white fire shot across the sky af 10:50
o'clock last night, I lie flash lasted one
and three-quarter minutes. It seemed
to be about tbe size and shape of a bar
rel, and bright, stiff blazes flared ont
from tbe sides and followed it. Tbe
streets became light as day. In the
northwest the thing burned to a bright
coal and dropped on down to tbe horizon
after which was heard a sharp, heavy re
port that rumbled like distant thunder
(or fully a minute.
Edward Walker, 21 years old, was
killed near Bonanza, Klamath county.
last Sunday. He and another young
mau were roping cattle. v alker leaned
from his seat in the saddle to loosen a
rope, when his horse began bucking and
threw him. Une loot caught in tbe stir
rup, and be was dragged by the horse
for about 100 yards before bis companion
was able to release him. His companion
went for assistance, aud when he re
turned young Walker was dead. Ed'
ward Walker was the son oi Jesse alk
er, and grandson of E. F. Walker and
G. it. Van Riper, of Jackson county.
In Oakland last Monday quite a num.
ber of signatures were received to a peti
tion praying that tbe county court pur
chase the fair grounds at Roeoburg for
poor "farm purposes, and the present
poor larm be sold. I be poor larm is a
valuable piece of property for which the
county paid about (12,000. We do not
know wtio wants it, or wbat be is willing
to pay for it, but if it can be sold for any
thing near what it is worth wo can see
no reason for anyone to object to tbe
change. If the fair grounds cau be
purchased for (2,500 and the oor farm
6old for eight or ten thousand dollars,
aud the difference turned into the
county treasury, the change would be
advisable since the charge for medical
attendance and tue cost ol sending pau
pers to the farm and other expenses
would bo greatly reduced. ia::ctte.
IKlom (lie Mitel
'lhe nresent term of school, under the
ustruction of Miss Addie .Stewart, will
Miss Blanche Kiddle will return home
Saturday from Rice Creek, where she
has been teaching.
Alva i 'I a rani'a I a vlutf arw! f.lillilran or.
rived from ht. Louis. Monday, and went
lj Glenbrook Farm to vimt relatives.
bbo will remain several weeks.
leo. Carter. Jas. (Jibbs, Dr. W. 11.
Iev're, Ed Day and John Arzner, prom-
n- '. Odd Fellows of Canyonville, assist
I i the iulermeut of the remains of
;i ir deceased Brother, F. A. Dean,
There Is Nothing So Uoud.
There is nothing jusl as good as Dr.
Kinu'sNew Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds, so demand it aud do
not permit the dealer to null you some
substitute. Ho will not claim there is
anything better, but in order to make
uioro profit bo may claim something else
to be just as good. You want Dr.
King's New Discovery because you know
it to be safe aud reliable, and guaran
teed to do good or mouey refunded, l or
Coughs, Colds, Consumption and for all
affections of Throat, Chest and Lungs,
there is nothing so good as is Dr. King's
New Discovery, trial hollies free at
C. Marsters' Drug More. Kegular
size 50 cents and (1 00.
In the Circuit Court.
Circuit court coiiveued this imuulug at
a o'clock. Judua J. 0. Fullertcn presid
ing. Present, Deputy District Attorney,
I. B. Riddle, Clerk J. II. Shupe, SDorlll
II. C. Age and deputies, Bailiffs, R. A.
WoodrufT, W. R. Vinson and M. C.
Ruckle. Grand Jurors. J. L. Churchill,
forman: A. W. I-amb. Fred Rryun, S. J.
Chenowelh, Henry Bacon, John llogau,
llie fellow lug ca were iHnpoHd vl in I he
circuit court btor.- noon today:
10. M. P. Anibtcr Pit li. Auibli r. Merrill
I umlvr to. : Injunction K. P. Ftratlord. C. A
Hchlhrvdr, lor pll.; O Met A 1 ltoinon, W m R
Willi. A. M. i'ranlonl, lor iloll. llmlvl
ntlhi'tit eoala ami w llhoul prvjmltce.
37. I . B. HxU-y m. J. II llooWUy. writ ol
replevin. .1. W. Hamilton (or ll. soltle.1.
T. K. Karunworlli . A.J. Unxa rt ai:
I I corrvot error Id eonvrjrauec. J vt . Hamilton
lor pit. lVcrve by ilctaull.
.".I. The linger Mmutlacltirliui . v. Win. f.
Mon oh-: aelKm to rvcover. Ilrown tV Tuilln (or
l(. Pwrev liy dctmill and nale ol attached
.SO. I he Miik-vr Mxiiulm lining fo. Will
iam C. Monroe, cl at.; action to rvver. Wruwu
.V Tuslin lor I'll. PuraisirJ.
:il. w. A. I'erkln. . . w. Uiviitt. lo re
citer money, i. , llaimllou lor pll. tHcrve
and )uli;noul by delnull.
l. Maria I'hcnowrth i. U P. Caile et al. lo
rvenxer money. E. P. Slrntlord lor pll. settled
and dumiwtfd on motion ol platuUO.
Sophie Rolh M. Frvd Koth. tlhorve. f
A. Sehlhrede for plf l'elmtlt, referred to Dc
ler Kice, , '
1J. Kuhard Uil'iiuii v. 0'en Alli it-ui) . la
recuM-r money. C. A Sehlt'ivih tor pit. 1I
iuIkmJ without cOil.
W. P. Lord ct at - J. M Lincoln. mnlin
lor pieeenl idierilT In make Jitil . A Nelil-t'l-ede
lor pit Order tnltu.
11. W. I' Lord el t t ixlluda ltitl. a Imr i t
al . motion tor prcM-iit shentt to maWe died i .
A. Sctilbrode lor pll. Order taken.
I'.'. ( onrnd III rl-l s M. 'fuller aud I .dull
'fuller, lo rvcoicr iuour. Itumu.V 'i'uMiii lor
pit.: . Win K. Wlllb. A. M. rran ford Inrdrll.
i'ouliiiued for the term.
M. Pane A Dliiiniii k J. It. tiowi II. lo rv
COM-r mouc. J. w. Hamilton lor pll allied
.1. W. WriMlit, mlmr. . S-'aimu l 1). lill
sett to M l ldc eoU' ej H tic c E 1) SIihIIohI,
for pll.: J. W. Hamilton, lot drti. IM.in.l In
K. W. IKum'H to take U-Uliiony.
fl. Henry Utile v. Patrick M npliy. rcltiir.,
eta!; lo nnner money, 'J. Hamilton lr
pit.; I . liiKlinrr lor dell. I'niiliiiucd lor it
;. KlUy Ncvdham -. Mary J. lilitiei k il
a); (oiiiirniailoii. W. W. Cunt well ..r pit. ion
jT. A. V I'.ruM u o. J. K. Ktrley cl ul. con
tinuation. I'. A. SchP'reilo for pll. C'olilirnm
('0. Leonard ISIeuger s Win II llarrli el al.
moll Hi or present ln nil lo male deed. Order
61. K I. l.oodndce s John II. Miev el
tit i ii tit llou. J. N. Hamilton lor nil. A. M
Crawford lor .Kit. K-t'k'l and ilutmsscd will
70. Patrick Malitk .V I n. i -. John Ia Imiiu
motion (or sherill lo make deed. Ilrown ,v I us
lit! for pll. Order grunted
At the oraloiical coutest at tbe i regon
Agricultural college last Monday even
ing, the successful contestants were both
Lane county boys. Thomas M. Medley
of Cottage Urove brother of Judge Med
ley of that place won the I0 or Alumni
prue, and Win. J. (iilstrap of Junction
wou the V-'O or Faculty pri.e. There
were six contestants, l ane county id
rivalling Keutucky (or oratory. - Regis
If it required au aunual outlay of
flOO.OO to insure a family agaiusl any
serious conseiiueucen from an attack of
bowel complaint during the year there
are many who would feel it their duty to
pay u ; tbat tbey could tiot all or d to risk
their lives, and those of thoir family for
aucu an amount. Any one cau get Ihi
insurance for .) ceuts. that heme tl
price of a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Inal
most every neighborhood some one has
died from an attack of bowel complaint
before medicine could be procured or a
physician summoned. One or two doseB
ol tbis remedy will cure any ordinary
case. It never fails. Cau you atl'ord to
lake the nek lor so small an amount
For sale by A. C. Marsters & Co.
No-To-llac for I irty Cent.
Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, rnaltCH wcuk
men ntronK, blood pure. Wc. II. All druggists
It is surprising what "wee bit of a
thing" can accomplish. Sick headache
constipation, dyspepsia, sour stomach
UizziucBB, are quickly banisueu by fie
Witt s l.ittlo l'.urly Risers, bmall pll
Safe pill. Marsters' Drug rStore.
School Chart for Sale.
The teachers anatomical aid, a graphic
illustration of human anatomy, finely
engraved Plates, uianufacturad and pub
libhed by Central bchool (Supply House
of Chicago. dooJ as new. Cost Jf'iO.
Reason for selling, too high a grade lor
our school. Will sell cheap. For fur
ther particulars aud terms, address
F. M. hiKWAiir,
Clerk 8. 1). No. li:',
Mr. James Perdue, au old soldier re
siding at Monroe, Mich., was severely
alllicted with rheumatism but received
prompt relief from pain by using Cham
berlain's Pain l!alm. Ho says: "At
times my back would ache so badly
that 1 could hardly raise up. If I bad
not gotten relief 1 would not be here to
write tliCHu few hues. Chamberlain s
Pain Raliu has done me a great dual of
good and I feel very thankful for it."
ror sale by A. V. Marsters A Co.
Scrofuln Affects the Eyes Little
Boy Treated by nn Oculist With
out Relief - But Now Ho Is Well.
" When my littlo boy was three months
old his r yes becamo very sore and he was
almoBt blind, I took him to an ocnll't
who IrraU-d hi 111 for nil monthn, and left
him oh bad as be waa at tbe beginning.
Finally Mood's Harnapanlla was recom
mended and I licgan giving It to him.
In Jcas tban three weeks he was able
to go into the aim without covering
hiN n.vtH, and today hi eyea are per f w ily
well, nnd bis ears aud nose, which were
badly affected, are also well. Hood's
ftareaparllla has certainly done wonders
for my boy." Mrs, James II. I'aintkr,
Purifier. A I1 (IruKKi)tH. II, ill fur I V (it Hooil'a.
inn ur lli only pilla to l;ik
IlOOU S rlllS witUIIood'sbaiaapaillltt.
Dou't foruct thai wc carry
a complete line of
Ladies' Pocket Books.
A full lino of ladles' kk UcI lHks, lhe latest ladii In
monkey skin, alligator, etc.
A complete assoi tm vnt of ladies' belts In Ian, white,
brow n, black and os-blood, Including the new double
Ladles' Val$t Sets.
l-adits' waist sets, in inail, gilt, diosdeti mid fancy
stones may also bo found hero.
Men, do you wear SMOI:5? If so,
we carry a Hue the equal
of which has never been seen here.
If you arc
Call ami see
our new line
Krim I he '.. IU.
llorute Marsters of Koeebuig iap
tured a fw u thin- week and sent it to
The lakluutl I'oyolo t'lub w as organ
i.ed lanl SatuiMay, uud resolutions de
claring relentless war 011 the mutton
thioves were adopted. We trust tbe
club will prove n howling success.
Judge Mourns was over laat week am)
took it Huiut ul his hop ticldri. The
judge has uuide a tour inspecting coiioty
roads ami bridges, ami reort tbe roads
fairly good. nnl plenty of good things to
cut rtloii tbe entire line.
1 lie re will be a musical concert of a
very high order, given in ( lakUud soon
for tho bi'iii'lit of tbe Oakland road.
The ilato has not len set, but tho pro
gram is beini; prepared, aud ilue notics
w ill lie givcu. WiiU li for il us you will
minH u iniihicil treat if you fail lo alteud.
ilicic was rciiuii'ti of the Theile
family 111 I'uLluud laut uturduy, aud
iucidently tho ecttleuient of tbe estate of
T. A. Thetlu wuu made. There were
present, Job 11 Allcu and wife ol Drain,
lieorge Thornton aud wife of Kcd Mill,
eorge Theile aud wife, ami 1'. I'.
Theile ind wife ol Kice Hill, aud
Tboiuus I'lurke and w ife ol Daklaiid. T.
A. Tbeilo wuh one of tbe caily Heltlers of
Johu (.'anaily, Mark llolines, James
rattey and l'liarlc'8 Mitchell, who left
last week to locate the unfinished por
tion oft lm 1 Ukland-lioheiuia road, re
turned Tuesday evening, having com
pleted their work. They report tbe dis
tance can be HhortcneJ uhout three
wiles. Archie Mam in of tbe Ha 1 0111 Iin
provciiioi.t Co., is now inspecting tbe
route, preparatory to tiling a bid for the
work. Wo liudcrotand suvcral bids bao
already been received.
If you have ever lice 11 a child in the
agony of croup, you can appreciate the
gratitude of ibu mothers who know that
1 Inn . Minute Cough Cure relieves their
little ones uh ipuckly as il is aJiuin
ibtered. Many boincs 111 Ibis city are
never without it. Marster' Drugstore.
J. F. BARKER & GO.
A pv.l.tl bmri'l jl undiiltorli'l Toa. Uu
la havlriK large mI Kcaratflca
Glass and Delf Ware
at l'inlli'iir uw i-ricca. Uur una caancS
liimiKi aia Ttrjr popular.
H. C. STANTON
Hu pint rodcd a new and ealiioiilre toil u
DRY : GOODS
Lad ion' Dioihi d'o'idn, Kililtoiin, TrimuiiogH,
liacsii, Jilc., Kfc.
AblJU A riN liTOC'K Of-
Ol thu tial iiHllljr anil Unlr.li.
Woodt Willuw and (ilans Wars,
Crockery, Cordage, Ltc,
Ainu uu hand In Imau ijii mlilli a and at nlca to
juiv tne niurn, Artu a uit; anna ur
Call at Stanton's for "L. V. M" I
I flniLT CUIDT Ufl IQTQ
lHUILU UNiltl UHIuIu,
New (lood. Just nrrUcil, note llic
tiive us a cull. Hoods delivered to
Corner l.nue A Sheridan Streets,
on 51 fill 5
MoisnourrK, - oreoon,
A I It tl.HIMU MIIOUI. I Oil t I. At MI.HM.
I.itiular Normal I oiiri- hr'' tnr ikiilnr )iar wliuMjr jrnli l"iiiil Irialiiliif d.iiarl
iiicnl ul nine 'ladi-t nlth : clilldn 11.
Iiirm lion Kil l irnlintii; 111 t.yimia.iii (in.li.li .'-yl. ml. mi. h 1 U'i.Ii r,r (nil. la clicNilt
I In. Norinitl di.!oin I. mi i.nnl 'id l Inn n 1 A 1 K I.IIK 1 Kill I Ht A I K ., l.nvli.
I iclil t-M n , lulu. .11, l,,.,. iKintd nllil .l(llli; IK..itlliial' l I II Ki.HI HIcnl. 'tlldvllli
ImniiliiiK tlieniK i, III" ii, pi 1 m i,
Acadtuik Kl l ai (.eptcd liunt Hull it liuidt itlalmtiitu 1 lit' 1 lull 7 n.nl nil ln urn 11
KEEP YOUR BOWELS
4 Mr l no nl Ihrp wilt prrvrttt illnrrhr, i
result-, hitiftr and tnmk lf f rr f . A4 HTHd.INU
$ NEW &
I g , CARPETS I l
I i I f wtBv i 5 o I
f, : I i
AND UPHOLSTERY G
Real Estate Bought and Sold
Farms, large aud small, to Rent,
AND IMMEDIATE rO!JUj;H.SION U1VLN.
Stock Ranges. Timber Iunlti and MininL' Properties,
Prune and Hop Lands of best quality, iu choice locations.
u quantities lo suit intcudiug purchasers, at reasonable
prices ana easy terms, inquire oi
,! HaaavaAa llitHlMa
Lmllc, call niul 5cc the flue Hue of
BLACK DR125S GOODS
Displayed In Our Windows.
also White Collars ami Culls
Uic latest styles.
It is worth your liiuo to see tho elegant display iu our
iiiciih' department. Our LTiiriit nilk liAiulen IiIcIh me
soiling like hot cukes,
Do you ride a Bike?
We iniv a tinn Hue of bicycle pants, bicycle hose, .
cycle slines, bicycle caps, and all kinds ol bicycle,
ItOlOMT AM) MLI.
auy part of the City iu hIioiI nidcr.
P I t AM fill .1.1.. l'n-.
or W A WANS, 8t. Faculty.
STRONG ALL SUMMER I
v -rnlr-r y , all nummrr rMmrlfint r, rauinif rmr natural
U'.'.Ht.Ur ! .,t hlrKo, Montr' al, i mn , m Hrw nrk. f;n
s. k:. buiok,
nil . LI
) mm. a) jav. a a a a m