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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1897)
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tuaks up (heir iuin1s to on thing, that
tnnafclariDi: enterprises will not le
eitsblithed liere uoles aoiuu encourage
ment it given Uitui. Tho Initial step
ware taseu toward Burning the location
uf a beet cugar factory aouienbertt along
the line ol the railroad iu Ibis county,
aud those who tiro-posed to do it wauled
to know how much ground could be ce
cured for the cultivation of beets. It is
iuite natural that before the necessary
capital is put into a factory the projec
tor should w ant an assurance that thvy
would have the material to work on,
otherwise their plant niiht be id'.o.
There is a creamery at Coryallis, erected
only a few months ago at considerable
coat, bit it is iblo it may have to
close don n, not because there is no profit
iu the busiucd', but simply because the
farmirs are too ly to supply it with
milk. They would rather, many ol
them, Bit uu the tup rail of thu Icuce aud
tell their neighbors there i no money in
the country. Do they expect to piik it
up in the road? Money nmt be worked
for. If you produce things t!io people
want there is always uijuey to pay for
it. They want .butter and iLey want
sugar. Our largtet article of impcrt it
sugar and there is no reason why it
should be so. The prosperous farmer is
lie who buys nothing that he can raise
on the place, aod the same rule aid ap
ply to states.
A few individuals may work their
riniiert ofT in the endeavir to get an en
terprise started and eouieouc may throw
cold water on it and stop the w hole pro
ceeding. Whj? liecaueo they are
afraid that eomeono else may make a
dollar or two more than they, and rather
tban permit that tbey will forego their
own chance of making anything.
At the meeting called for Saturday
there were leas tban a score of persons
present. It was not called to order.
Aobut -UJ acre were promised. Lut
reports were received that many would
plant beets if the factory was built. Is
it not just as reasonable for the manu
facturer to eay, "you plant so many
beets and I'll build tlio factory?"
While it is proposed that the farmer ob
ligate bitusslf to plant so uiaoy acres,
the manufacturer also obligates liituseil
to pay bO much per ton.
There's money in it for bolli farmer
aud manufacturer and prosperity lor
Douglas couuty. Get a move on. lVm't
be a clam.
A well kuown populist of this county,
nbo last year contended with all the
force of a good pair of lungs that the de
pression iu the price of agricultural
products was tbe result of pernicious re
publican legislation, now says the im
proved condition is the result of the
operation of tbe law of supply and de
mand. That is true. Legislation helps
but cannot always work wondere. But
our populist friend, in order to be con
sistent, should give the credit for the
change to the change of admiuietration.
Consistency, however, is a thing we
need not look for among profetsional
The democrats made a sad mess of
their attempt to make the country be
lieve that the 1'iuglcy bill was advan
tageous to the sugar trust. Tbey recog
nized tbe fact that the Wilsou law bad
glveu the trust great advantages and
were anxious to put a like odium upon
the I 'ingle j bill, but the aualysis of the
effect of tbe new tariff law shows that
their assertions uere absolutely false,
and that the measure is un extremely
unsatisfactory one to the trust.
"The weakness of the silver itsrkid,"
says a dispatch from New York, "is
baring very disturbing eflecl upon ex
change operations with countries that
are on silver basis. Iu Mexico gold
has advanced to au exceedingly high
premium." If liryauiuin had not beeu
beaten last fall what a pretty pickle we
would be iu today. Telegram.
The sugar trust is not holly happy.
The Uiugley law deprives it of the spe
cial advantages which it bal enjoyed
under tbe Wilson law, and now tbo
farmers of tbe UuiUd State? are prepar
ing to raise beets for tbo bugur of the
couutry aud refiue it iu the factories
where I he sugar is made.
Iteceut reports froui Mexico show that
tbe full in the value of silver Is creating
great business disturbances there, aud
wsy lead to tba adoption of tbe gold
Uankruplcy tiitcaliMiii tbe republic f
Mexico becauoe of the Mump in tbo sil
ver market. This it a condition the
I'uitrd Males would be contending with
if e liKtl elected lliytn aud adopted the
silver standard laxl year, "f course this
w ill K- ttaid to be a scheme ol the money
shnikp, but ordinarily a creditor it Lest
pleawd when bis debtor is able to pay
bis debt, not when bo l-ccoinc-a a bankrupt.
Senor Cunovae, premier of Spain, was
shot and killed Sunday at the baths of
Santa Aguede by ae Italiao auarchiet
named Michelo Augeline t'olli. When
arretted lo!li coulisse I that be killed
Cation at to aiengo the Uarctloua amm-h-iets.and
the inaiirgviil leader I'jii .lot
liiwl, who was executed al Manilla
IVcember 30. last, as instiiM'or if the
It is very probable tbe republicans in
state cooveutiou next year will not aeW
Hofer of the Salem Journal, or any
other populist, whom they shall or i-hall
uot place upon their ticket. If Hofer
really wants auy particular peieou nom
inated, the best thing he can d to
bring it about is to oppoe him. Hofer
supports uo man unlees there i "nome
thing iu it."
There is some democratic uiliusui ut
the tupreuie court for its decision in the
tat cases, but uone have said the deci
sion was uot in accordance with the law.
It it the province of the court to inter
pret the law, not make it. Tin makiiii:
is a legislative function. This teems to
be overlooked by some people who
criticisms are made fr iolilicwl pur
'ioveruor l.nd is doue for. Ho has
otTeuded the Salem Journal by appoint
ing Judge Northup a member of I be Sol
diers' Home Board. The Journal man
seems to have uo better succen iu iuu
niu limits in Oregon lliau be hid iu
For the first time in the history A
Kansas her bank deposits exceed her
loans. That prosperity wave appears t
have taken a westerly course.
llsrr John Most is still a Mckinley
man. Salem Journal.
llerr )". Hofer h uot, . it's a Maud
Notes By the Way .
Si 01 1 Mil in-, Aug. IU, Is".
The editor of the l'i ux ni.ALi k ill oni
oa hi wheel on Monday uioiuiug eu
route lor Coos liay, going to Wilbur by
the local aud thence "bikiug" it across
couutry by way of btepheue. I'jvlge Can
yon, Little Canyon aod the I'wp'iua to
to the l'iunuick ferry, over tbe bill
to the S.uilu ferry, thence to KU
ton, banging out there for the night
and coming on here this morning. This
was cur lirft cros couutry trip, and the
first visit to this eectiou of thu couutry
in the summer season. louglas couuty
may be a little rough as compared with
the pralrio counties of the Willamette
Valley, but there are more "beauty
spjte" in it tbuu iu any other couuty in
the state. The couutry this way, like
that along the railroad, it a series ol lit
tle .fertile valleys, divided by janes cf
hilla covered w ith oik and fir. These
little valleys are ojcupied by farms, f"r
tbo most part of thrifty appearance, with
nice dwellings, good out building': and
orchards now laden with fruit, the
branches hanging almost to the ground
with their burdens. Ibis led me to
conclude that tbe less thrifty looking
places were owned ty uien who them
selves were ebifUefes and put in their
time diecuaeiug "ratios" and "per
capita ' instead of being al work. f
course some times sickness or misfortune
will overtake the most industrious and
spoil his plans aud destroy bis hopes.
The crops along the way looked splen
did, save down this way the graiu is all
cut aud iu the shock or the mow , and
occasionally a field had been threshed,
and the pile of well tilled sacks was good
to behold. Let ween here and Llktoo
many fields of late grain are just
turning, and in others the reapers were
at work. The yield will bo excellent,
liven the populist admit that this is to
be a good season , and they seem sur
prised to find that times are improving,
w hen their idols had told them there
could be no improvement under the gold
standard. This is a little distance from
civilization, aud apart front the high
ways of commerce, ho that the product!!
of the farm must be hauled some fcov
eral miles. Nevertheless a happy aud
relatively contented people occupy the
fortile spots along tbe lower Ump-pia,
Lveu the sheep, that nsed to be met iu
this section in much larger numbers
tban uow, seem to look at you with au
important air and say, "there is a tarill
on wool." The farmeis will lum-aso
their Hocks to the captcitv of the raugeu.
The wool interests will revive, aud the
income of the flock iualor coircspouJ
We are just uow waiting for the boat
for Gardiner and l'rof. Wiiitoaud several
school inarms Hiid "misters" a:u en
route to the c:ainiuiilions and institute
to be held there. J. li. L.
Steamer Mexico Sunk.
Sa.n lu.i'ci io, Aug, 10. A bpctial
from Victoria to tho Chronicle says :
The steamer Topeka, which arrived
here this evening, reports thai Iho
steamer Mexico, on her return trip ou
Auguet 6, while going into l'i 1011 en
trance from hilka during a heavy fog at
full speed, struck West J 'evil's rock.
After two hours the steamer sank iu 0O0
feet of water, bteru first.
the passengers aud crew were saved,
with their baud baggage, iu small boats.
After lowing till midnight, they arrived
No-lo-llai; fur I Hly ttnlt.
(uuraiiiut'it lol'acco habit euro, mal-at. wcuU
Uitu tliDii;;. l!uo! pure. K'cll. All Uiug'l Ah.
Nrw ileHigiiH In wall pniu-r hi
NMV.s NO 1 1.
! Colorado poi ieiiced a heavy rain-
storm last week.
I John Larr was overcome by licit in a
I IVlk county barvenl tiold and died.
I ifteon steamers will leave the Sound
lor Alnskn the llrst tifteen days ol Au
gust. Much ilatnaKC w;t done by it terrific
w ind and electrical ttonu in lYnnriyl
vania a lew days ago.
Silver has reached the lowest liguie in
itt history. Our niver dollar now con
tains about t'3 cvute worth of metal.
The steamer Farrallon, that lias beeu
on tlii t'lniua aud Sau I rauciaco run
was charteiod lor Alaska and left ::ntur
About tbo only place in Cuba ou
which the Spaniards have an bold is
Havana. And the giip on that IB becom
Chehalis, the horn ow ned by Frank
lrr.er of I'oudlcton, ptccd a mil in
S :07' at lUitte the other day. This
bienks the coast record.
Hon. T. 11. Ton ue returned to hi
boms at llillsboro uu Saturday, and
was tendered an ovation by bis neigh
bors regardless of parly.
A proposition is now ou foot to dredge
the bed of the Yukon. Seattle parties
are at the bottom of the enterprise an t a
Towers dredge is to I used.
Statistics of muivlei iu the CuiteJ
States show that lO.iij- uiurdHta wer
couiuiitted iu this couutry iu IS'..', aud
that there were culy 1--' legal execu
tions. Tao girl babies have been Luru to the
Vauderhilt family withiu a week, and
the harvest I ir r.ritish noblcuixi of tli?
next generation will l tailor oven than
that of the present.
A. S. Ie6er of Clackamas couuty was
reported apointed register of tbe laud
oitice at Oregeu City, vice U. A. Miller,
whose term expired. Hut the report
turned out to bo a hoax.
lUin; failed to preveut thu euact
meat of a protective tar it)', the free
traders are now declaring it will not
yield a revenue, and are raisiug a clnm
ity iiowl aljut that. S. F. Call.
Ihe tcruia of peace arranged between
Turkey aud Urcece by the powers wtre
excellent iu eerv way except that they
were uot acceptable to the O reeks or the
Turks. The powers will try agaiu.
The proievl to tunnel under the Hud
sou river Iroin New York to Jersey City
has beu revived. Tbe cost is estimate !
l,-"oi',iMi will complete the work, I our
inillious have already taeu vxicndcd.
The halite tliip Oregon, which is o
in to Hawaii, has a total armament of
foity-eix guns aud six torpedo tubes.
She is :;i- feet long has ! inches id
arn.oi on the eiJei-. and carries a crew of
The blcni'icr Lueue. a tUruwhcel
river boat thai has been plying ou the
U illametlc. aud dras but two and a
half leet of water when loaded, la to
start for the Yukon in to v ol the Lris
tol on Ihe loih.
ludiauapolis Newb f-ilver dou to
the lowest point it Iws ever reached;
wheat gciug up higher day by day.
Hut, then, it's nil being dune by the
bloated uiouoliolUts on purpo4 to fpoil
There is no perceptible improvement
iu the btrike situation. The families of
many of the btrikers are starving, while
the strikers themselves are busy march
ing aud parading aud using their mtlu
euce to keep other men from working.
Three Los Angeles men grub staked a
friend with the provision that they
should keep hi&w ife and children wljile
he was gone. 'Obey let the wife shift tor
herself and it wawith the greatest dif
ficulty that she lived, lie recently re
turned with 1100,000 w hich he expected
to divide, but of i gurse refused to do so
when he learned the state of affairs.
Five lives were lost in au explosion
last Thursday during a lire in the North
western grain elevator at Chicago.
Four of the dead are tiremeu ; the body
of another fireman 13 thought to be
buried iu tbo ruins. From thu force
with which tho cxpiouiou swept the
spot on which they were standing, they
mutt have been instantly killed. Lither
the bursting of a boiler or the exploeiou
of mill dirt caused the havoc.
Tl lis is the way the Kosoburg Heview,
Bryan free silver, replies to the Yreka
Journal's remark that wheat is ' cents
per bushel higher than it was one year
ago. "Why fabricate in little matters of
this kind .' Wheat sold iu Hoeeburg la-t
fall for 1 0 cents a bushel and upward,
uow it is about i'J cents. If farmers
should get last year's prices agaiu they
will be as fortunato as tbe farmers of
foreign countries, where the crop is a
failure, are unfortunate." Such petti
fogging brings on extrumo lassitude.
All Claims Within 150 Miles of
Speaking of the Cloudyke output of
gold, the chief clerk of the San Fran
cisco mint the other day said :
"All the gold brought to this city from
the Alaakau mines will uot exceed 800,
000, aud all that has been taken out this
year and seut to thu other mints of the
couutry will uot exceed (2,000,000. Thu
gold from that part of the country is
generally from 700 to 800 fine and some
of il rales '.i00, tbe average beiug worth
from 1 j 00 to f 17 au ounce."
J. C. Butler, of the Fulliran Car Com
pany, is in receipt of a letter from It. 1.
laylor, a financial broker of Seattle. A
few days bj;o Taylor received word from
sumo men whom he Lent to the Clon
dyke region last spriug, iu which they
inform bun that every claim withiu I )
miles of Dawson City has beeu taken up,
and that ineu ara rushing all over the
couutry looking for locations. Ho says
that starvation aud hardship titaret
many of them iu the face.
Captain Nidbaum, ol the Alaska C'oin-
incrcial Compuuy, who has inadu a carc
jiilttudyof tho situation, fearu there
I will be a grcut dual of suliering iu the
mining regions this spring. He thinks
il"' 1 uoplo going aru lar iu excess of the
; 'He a that bavo been forwarded,
i 1 otter from Hart Huuibcr, a pros
1 1'. c'.cr, dated JUwboii City, June 18, just
received, shows that thu gold seeker
ucedi plenty of capital. After reaching
I'.iMbjn 11 1 1 t paying the heavy duty on
bin outfit, betides liO cents a pound for
getting il over Chilkoot pass, he will
have to pay .j cents a pound to get his
stud from I 'aw sou to the diggings.
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1 lie id ale Alubt I 'ay.
SaLtM, Or., Aug. 'J. -Thu supreme
couit today rendered duciuious iu the
three tuttiidamub uuits brought to compel
the Hcci'tlary of stale to audil claims and
draw wtmaut'j iu payment thereof.
Iu each case, repreiicutiog three class
es ol claims, the lower cum t it reversed
and the secretary of state is required by
uisudate to audit tho claims and draw
warrant! In payment thereof.
1 bo Capital Journal woudru if a hi
vIm'I id the old latdiioucd whipping po;,
aud a eunuch factory would nut ta a
good I hip;; We think it would and ts
clally would the latter bu n good thing
in Marion comity If it keeps up its repu
tation. Cottage Oroxe Meisciiger.
If tome of the citl.iMiH cd Myitlu Cicek
were operated on by thu methods
described in tbn above suggestions there
would bo a great deal Jest Kcamlal than
I hero Is at present. beacon.
Caro llros, are tho Ihws nierehante.
lUiy ttiiky tly aper at the Novelty
Towed) and tcwi'ling. good laluev, al
Hie Novvltv St.'te.
Siiiiiinvr drea t:""1' iiimieiit-enual-it
ion at Jefephnon t-.
A uow iiuuol ladiea' Ulta in the now
ox blood shade at Josephsou's.
Churchill, WiolUy MeKontio are
selling piautities of binder tniue.
lH'iitistry of all kuubi t-k 1 tlful ly aud
promptly 1I0110 by I'r. Fred I lay ties.
Neatest lino of low shoes, ox-blood aud
chocolates, in town at tho Novelty Stow.
All kinds of artificial teeth made at
reasonable prices at Or. I rod llaynes'
Countess black Mar ladies' lnae, tlu
eol iu the matket pair for f 1 00 at tbe
Iho ice cream coda a I the Kaudy
Kitchen will do ) 011 good. They make
it of pure cream. Try it.
The Kaudy Kitchen has connected its
fountain with the water main and the
spray in tho glass dunce wilt muke the
patrons feel cooler.
Hound trip l Yanina and letuiu nw
on sale at the deot 1.00. This is t'2
less thou thu rates lavt year aud w ill lie
kept up until I'clober, hHh.
This aeasou the Kaudy Kitchen will
turn out the bee I ice tieaiu and ice
cream soda iu the slate. New freezers,
new receipts, plenty of pure cream.
Coutidence is restored. You cau buy
the celebrated Loawell Springs w ater in
ipiautitiea to suit, from Ad llarmou
cheaper ll au walcr lroin the South
The W. C. T. I . will hold its tegular
meetings on the eecoud an I fouilh
Thuisday of every mouth at . :M p. 111.
iu the Fpworlh League room -vl the M.
I In) iee cream tliey are uiakiug al the
Kaudy Kitchen this season is ahead ol
anything made in the town heicloforo.
and will ad vet use itself. You ought to
try their leu crcuui eoila.
1111. v igor and victory thwe aiu the
characteristics cl I 'e Will a Little Larly
Lisers, the lauio.ici little pills lor coiieli-
pat ion, hiliousuess and all stomach and
liver irotiMeB. A. C. Marsters V Co.
' 'there is no 'uiucral water uioro pitas
I am for family use limn tioin the Know ell
j Spruik's. Ad. Harmon, agent, will sup
I ply fauiiliee 111 any .piaiititieu, pints,
I ,tii,4i l.l nr itt'lii 1-1I1 11H.
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Lou t uauseate our stomach aith teas
and bitter herbs, L ut regulate your liver
aud sick headache by tuiug thosu famous
little pills known as l'e Wilt s Little
Larly Liters. A. C. Marstcie' & Co.
To the Ladicj of Lowliurg aud vicinity :
Call on Caro bruii. aud bee 11 re greater
bargains iu novelties and oil hues of
goods than at auy other hou.10 in tho
city, l'hey have the goods, aud the
"They don't make much fuss about
it." We are speaking ol I'd Witt's Lit
tlo F-arly Liseis, the famous little pills
tor constipation, biliousness, aud all
stomach aud liver truubles. They never
gripe. A. C. Markers Co.
I have tii ft class new Irei.cie, plenty
ol pure cream and guarantee to my cus
tomers first-class ice cream and not ex
celled by any body. I will make you
ice cream as siuoulli as velvet or charge
you nothing. 1'. F. Nit. 1..
"I crave lut One Minute," sai l the
public speaker in ft hiiKky voice, and
then he look adoso of One Miuute Cough
(jure, and proceeded wilh his oratory.
One Miuute Cough Cure is uuciualld
for Ihroat and lung troubles. A. C.
Marsters A Co.
Johu Orilhn, of incsville, U., tays:
"1 never lived a day for thirty years
without aullering agouy, until a box of
L'o Will a Witch 11a 11 Salvo cured my
piles." l or piles aud rectal troubles.
cuts, bruises, sprains, etveiua anil all
skin trouble I'd Witt s itch llael
Salve is iiufiualled. A . C. Marsters A
Rheumatism, Kidney Troubles and
Sick Headache the Results-Doc
torcd for Years Without Relief.
" My blood was out of order, and I be
gan taking Hood a barmiparilla. It has
purified my blood and relieved mo of
rheumatism, kidney trouble and sick
headache. I havo been afflicted with
these dimvulties for years. I am now ablo
to 1I0 -. u'mmI (Ihv'b work. Iiheuiuatisui has
iron)'' : miicu I was a child, but I am
nuwui.inlv well." MlHS 1'HEOUK BAI
i.kv, Ilov II,). PuHadeua, California.
" I have hiiffcied from the effects Of im
pure blood, I'oiln, pimples, etc., for five
years. I have tried various remedies with
out relict and finally purchased six bot
tles of Hood's Sarsaparllla. Thu bolls
and plmplcH Ikivu all dissppcarcd since I
bewail inking I liix incdiciue. I tin uow
entirely cured." Loi'lN TllOMAH, lllli
lllli SI reel, iisklsuil, California.
t iiii.:li. ,1- 111 I, n i tli;Hiic True JJIoml Purl
fl. r. All ilru-'i.l'i. l, hlx for 3. tjet Ibioil's.
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ill I'liuglni 1 mini) , Ureguii,
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tnirli, utuiili ol (In. Miimaeli, llj ucpila. Dm
LlU..., Neiirnlmii Malarial 1'ul-uuiu ', Milney
I rouble, Dili 1 1 uli ' u i , lli:,i uv til the Ikiu,
Uvir uinl lIuiMi.-, nuil ciitnil dim nei. liav
bu n ciit l by lie um. t'l lti no italci...
New Imtli ru'iui , luiiinctcd uilb I lie inaiu
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l . pally mail uuilli uud l oulli
Teiiii, flu pel mi'L, II pi r 1I11) , including
1110 1101111.-, uiider lllu Immediate iiiiiW
cti-r. iii'.n. 11. iiohwi;i,i
Don't forycl that c cany
a totuHloU" line of
Ladies' Pocket Hooks.
A lull linn of Indies' ockct books, the latest lads In
monkey skin, alllKutor, ele.
A complete assort inenl ol ladies' belts Iu tan, white,
blown, black wud ox blood, IllcludlDil the Hew double
Ladies' Wabt 5ets.
l.tidii s' waist sets, iu in nil. Kill ,
stones may nleo bu found bete
Men, do yon wear SI 101:5? If so,
'e carry a line the equal
of which has never been seen here.
If yon ate
Call and see
Hoard of l nuallatlon Notice.
Notice it bcMcby (jiveu that tho lUtard
ol i:iialiatiou id Douglas couuty, Ore
Kon, will mtft in thu otlieo of the couu
ty court, of said couuty. iu the court
house in the city ol Kosuburit, Ore
gon, ou Monday, tlie;!Utli day of, AukuM,
at '.ia. iu. and will continue in tession until
Saturday. Sept. I, o'clock, p. in , ISH7,
to publielv enuiinu tho .issessinetit rolls
aud correct all crrois iu valuation, de
scnplioiior 'iiialittes ul laud, lot", or
olhei property. .Now, therefore, all
parlies who may be atrxricved bv reason
ol valuation, ilehCiiplioii, or olhervvife,
as to tlu ir :i esMtnent, will tuki notice of
thy uiet-tuiK "d S lid I'.Mtrdof l..Utll.-.ll'u '
at said 1 1 ii 11- and pla n and maku dim
complaint In naid Hoard ol Kiiiali-.alion, i
otherwise Iheir ospci siuent will aland ax '
made by thu asiwcaor. W. S. l'niii,
AnapsHor of I 'outilaii county. I
l'i till. I 11.' I 1 1
i ! cr . e-i U'
J l l ink u ' "ii
tn I 1
IIIK I AIL
llic Nu"ii.- M-uiiia I l'i" -ml iu Till - I"
i-itii ' ,i pi i iile ' uri'iimtlou ! li'i.fluM- iiin-
inlin A. l;i.Miu : i Soui '
I'U, K pmittl- I Ol JHIfH I lull , I
Al 1'nrkcr. I'muel .M. line. !
mid liiulv- Y. 'luiw, Iru I
lV"i, K-Irll'lllllt-. i
I' ilnliut imlitii
Mmim , i lli i'l Un ni"vo li um d
In ' lie- name ol I lie- Stale tI lrtgim, lun Hie
Ui'ivliy rvtuircd In 'cai nud iiii-mcr lUe cum
plaint lik-d Hu-nniKt win in Ilia alnn. , iitillcil
ml on r l-l"rc tli-llrt day ! Un- ii.M ri'du
lar Irrm ol Ibli entitt, to it
Muuilay, Ieciiulc-r lli, iM7.
and il miu f 'll mi to iiWKur and an-vi-r I r
nanl tlnl'ol, Hi'- flniutl'l v 11 1 ail' In tlic
cuiiil lut Hit' it llt'l lU'iuitii'ltd In tlic i iniiplaiii',
a niieiuct -tut-:m til ol Idi li 1, 111 Inllnwi, In
wit: li jililitm. ot a. aiiu'. lln- ih-leii'laii', I Ik
Nctitiil.ty MihliiK i I'lul-aut , Im tlic- --'ii.i ul
I i.t'-.u'' and linc-n -l ilien oii frnm lln- 17th day
i-l Mn? , 1-'.'?, ,'t tin- run ul , ik'Iii i'i r n'lii. nr
aniiinn, mid Up 1'ii'lit-r i'hii "I i " - ninn-IIL'.-a
i aiij iu ind tin cull I ha I lln- said
iiiiIoiiiiL- Ii- 'I i-it d I- ' tlt-ii iit'iin lip- I'tiMi
cttv ,i i' iiKf.l in -.In t-i'iniin in. lo wll en ul.
in ill, I lam u nil' I t uni t lit rali-ri-. and tliu laiitl
mimiu u Ij t -Ii tin: .sumo lire -tluiile uud tlial tlie
w lie!- f( lb- null -llr lie- nd.tuilivd iit'i'fLttry l"r
tliu eon-nil' ul ii u uud I'Cenpaut ' t( lbt mill,
all iiu if in i "li' i"la Miiniia Si-tntl,
C'n'iiii ot uijui-la.,. tfiun- ul I'rttoii.
1 ui III" il Uat -In r"e f"iw'l"illig I'lolutill lit'll
and di t MciiiR i bo ude "I the umi'Cily d- .eilliid
Iu thu t onii'Ullil uud the aiiilleatiui ul tilt' I'to
ci wit I--tie' mi lut lit ul ibeeuooi nod disliurw
uicuin ol tln mill, alliiini jn tea mi l lliu
aiii'iiint dm tdiiiiillil, nud the l"luiii ", il mi' ,
v t" mn h ner"ii ,(i tit, t o'iri hull ! ut c tu
I'll 1- b.u in in mi ' l'Hl11 hcl I't tiid'r ul tlio
clrciiitiunii'l tlio hlate-.'I Oieltull t"i P"UKlai
Couuty, d'd um le and i ul' lid uu Ilia "Hi tlay
Ot .lull"', I-
V. M l.lt l I UUP uud
c. M. li. WILLIS,
WHAI.I IU A Ml IK,
jli, Atu ilir. i tor I'laiiitlll.
t wr surriy
ri n: n
at our expense
(if you're not pleased
MRS. IN. BOVD
i .s i iii. cii.i un foijui in uu. - IA1H
1 t'l Ol' li'UI, lul lliillfjluo 1,'llUlll' .
I limua.-i li. I' vein, pfuliilill 1
i. u iii t 1'ttinRi j, i". Hutu
mid llMinct liny r, "! lend I
mil . . )
I lider uud I v tnluc ut a indium III uud "It.
ciee "d i'ui tilliiu uud mile "Inly inudi: uud ui
tcri 'l in the ub"te tntltli d nuil uu tho mill day
ol luuu, lo'J'i, the umlui iijui d . li ioUii'C duly
u'i"lut' il Im llntl iiurpuhc, 111 oiler fur Mile
nud dell, nl iliuC'iiurt huiihi; dijur, iu Knne-liur'.
iO'i;lu I'i'iiily, lliiuli, un Hi"' lull duy ul
ilruiher, l:JJi, ul the Imur ul uiiu o clock in
Ilii: I'lli iiiuuii ul aaid duy, ul uhllc uiielluu, tu
Hie lii.'lir t liidl i I'M call, Ihe icul lnuiicrlv
directed In i aid judgment uud "licnc lo be
mild, mil ilcDtribid u, l'i)l'.it;i, lu-vvit: 'llio
Sl"l "i liuu --', lu luiwi hii ,"J i.uuth ol
niiiUi' 1 went nl W llliiuiitliu Meridian, uud in
UnUKla.t i niiiity, Uii koii.
tinted tlun 1 1 1 1 duy id .hkuM, Iki,.
1. W . lt.Nr:O.S,
and it the result ol cold, and
auddrn tlunatio chanqei.
It enn bo eiiii-d hya iileuHfiiil
ri iiK ily which iaapiilicU ill
rcctly Into luo until la. Uo.
luffiijikkly ahfirbedlt itt
Ely's Cream Balm
laitckiiowlcijeci In lia Ilia mtwt tliiituiii'b CUI0 (or
Natal C'uUrrL, L'uld In Heutl aud liny I lvu ot all
ruiut'ilica. U uiiima and rlruueca tlic iiutul hubhil'c..
allay I paiu and liifliiuuiuliun. tit-ul llit-.orn, piu.
leotallia iiiciuhraun fruui cultli, rccton-a tti m.-iiai
Of luitf mil niiit-ll, I'll' fi'H:. at lliuvul'taur liy maiL
tLV UUO'l Ui:H4, e VVnrrcn klitet, Ntr Voik.
j '.' i , '-I "
New (liK)il, Just urt hed, note the
,!, Mcn'5 Department.
It It worth
dieadeii uud litncy l
"TMiri'OP IS SOLID."
VVVVVVVVVVVVVVV ".". VVVVW'VVVWVVVVVVVl
I hut i
HAUI; IN ALL CALI0RI-5
from 21 to .3.
Inking an 'nitinn for tba
DU'ilincr will lined lto-
cerieu. We keep 'am. If
you want a tirat-claas iir
ticlo wn aru the bo) a that
liiivci ilieui lu Ntuck and
w ill bo pleated to liavu you
call and eca iih. Wo am
bound lu plcaeu yon and
sek yom putiunau. line
iih a call and lie con vinced
Countiy Produce Ituiiglit
l-rcr liclitciv lu any I'ait id llir CH.
t ZKil.l-R BROS., Props J
'IT , K
Real Estate Bought and Sold
JW cions nsaaiaj!.
Parms, large and small, to Rent,
AND IMMEDIATE l'OSKKHNlON (JIVKN..
Stuck Kauges, Timber Lauds and Mining Propcrtiej;
Prune aud Hop Lauds of best quality, in clioiic locatious'
iu quantities to suit Intending purchasers, at reasonable
prices aud easy terms. Inquire of
3D. S. K. BUIOK,
l.mllc, call mill 5cu the fine line of
BLACK DRIiSS (IOODS
Displayed in Our Windows.
also W hite Collars ami Culls
in the latest styles.
ymir lime to n o the elegant dicplii) In our
mens' department. Our cent silk banderchlefa are
tidliiiii like hut cukes.
Do yon ride a Bike?
We catrv a line line of hlcjclu pants, blew In tu nc, bi
cycle shoes, bleycli) caps, mid all kiudii el hic)c!c
only ONI; ic.-imhi vvliy the
Marlin Repeating Rifle
U the SAI:E5T unci deserves its tiamc
It ULCTS at iho iIDL and mi b the A1o
CONVLMLNT nnd COlf ORTAULI".
I lie IJarrcl i.s the MALLARD Ibirrcl.
The ACTION is Ihe mo.st COMPACT !
the SIM PL US I iK-cfliic it hi
the fewest parts; the I.AML5I
WORKINO because all parla work
directly on ciuh other without lol
I MIIIT WCIOIir AMI PbWFI CT IIAI.ANCI .
.send lor Catatonic la
The Marlin l ire Arms O .,
New ILl'-n, Conn.
H, C. STANTON
tlaa J ut ioccItoJ a an and .al.uaK. .Uica u
IaiIIck' Pich.i ijnoj'i, Uililx'U.'i, TriininiUKM,
LactM. He. He.
Al.HCJ A FINE M'iK K ur
hoots Aiii mioi:
Ul lb btal quality aa I Sulalt
Wood. Willow niitl (i!a;.a Wtrf,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc.
Alau un hand In lai qiunltlic ami al prli-aa I.,
aull thu Uinta. Alu a Uit .lock uf
Call at Stanton's for "I,, p. M