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MARCH 1, 1S88.
The Science of clcnces, and Only Key to
the Word.
The science of. corrctpondcnccs is the
pcicncc of eorreflpomlotico or relation be
tween things natural and things spiritual,
and is the only koy to the. "Word because
the 1 Am the Itself life in Himself
Tti TWmw.mt!ft fitnto Convention for must be order itself, and can communicate
ttic State of Oregon is hereby called to in no other way than in the most perfect
meet at Pendleton, Umatilla county, on ftJ1d highest language the order in which
Tuesday, April S, 18.';12J the spiritual is expressed in the natural
nominating a candidate for member of 1 ....i. t 4i,
Congress, a candidate for Judge of the the language in which the works of the
Supremo Court, six delegates to the Nn- Creator are the signs for tho words of this
tional Itamocratic Convention and six ( revelation. It is known that there is tho
alternates; to ratity the various uisirici.
nominations, and Btich otlior business ns
mav nronerlv come before the Convention.
Said Convention will Ikj composed of
155 delegatus, apiwrtioncd to tho various
counties on the vote cast for candidate to
Congress at the election of 1380, being
ono delegate for each county and one for
ovcrj iR and fraction over 100 votes so
In accordance with said apportionment,
tho roHicctivc counties will bo entitled to
tho following representation :
Tlccr.... . I jinn ..
Betitoi -..... ......... 6 MulhMir...
Cnrrr ........
Jnckooii. ......
spiritual and the natural; and that the
spiritual flows into the natural and pre
sents itself to bo seen and felt in tho forms
which fall under the sight and under the
touch ; and that without them the spirit
ual is not otherwise received than as
f .1 .1. 1.4 - - 1 .
I auccuon anu iiiuukui, ur u iuu unu m-
dom, winch arc of the mind. It ib ac
knowledged that affection and thought
or love, to which belongs affection, and
wisdom, to which belong thought, are
ur.iritimi. That these faculties of the soul
2 1 wiiich present themselves in tho IkxIj in
. ...l!.l !. l. ..r
Marlon........ 9 1 lliu lorms wiucu are uaneu mo orjjann ui
f . J . 1 4 . I., 1 . , .1 ..1 .I.nt
uurruw.............. i mutv unit iiiumuji, n jtiiuttii , 110 iiipu tin...
they mako one, ami in such manner ono,
Z'.ZZz : that when the mind thinks, the mouth in
: an instant tpcakrf ; and when the mind
! wills, tho body in an instant acts. Hence
r, I it is manifest that there is a perfect union
of spiritual things and natural things in
man. It is similar in each and evory-
lhcre is there the
.3 Multnomah...,
..4 Fil K ...
l Tllliiino ik...
..2 Umatilla. ...............
..0 Union..........
..3 Wmro..-
5 Washlncton
.7 Wallowa.-..
,.1 Yamhill
,.2 Total..
iss thintt in the world.
, spiritual, which is tho inmost of the cause,
The committee rcsjiectfully recommend and there is there tho natural, which is
that the County Conventions for the clet- , its effect; and the t .vo make ono, and in
tion of delegates to tho State Convention, the nutitmi me .spiritual noes not appear;
unless otherwise ordered by the local
county committee, bo held on Faturfluy,
March 14, 18SS. t B. GouiHitmi,
Chairman Democratic State Central
Ikhiiuso the latter is .within tho former as
the soul is within tiio body, and as the
inmost of tho causo is iu tho effect, it is
bimilar with tho word. the truth tho
i wisdom, inteiiorly it is spiritual, be-
cause it is iivine. uiu at tno spirnuai
demociiatic county convention, appear in the sense of the letter,
I ...t.Snl. ... ...i.1 Ll.tl1.lt UflttUA mltul
A Democratic County Convention is
hereby called to meet in Pendleton, Uma
for that reason remain unknown without
a knowledge of tho science of corrcspon
of California, Professor of Geology and
Natural history.
Tf if,.. id tin ma t f-nrrv hut mint. nn
real independent existence but God, and
science mil the sysicmauc ununiKu vi
Diino thoughts "and ways, tho science
that teaches tho correspondence or rela
tion between thing natural and things
spiritual must bo tho science of sciences,
the interpreter of the Wordor wisdom
and thus scienco and religion are demon
strafed to be one and tho samo verity,
and there is a wav at last from Israel
the spiritual to" Egypt the scientific
and Assyria tho rational. Inaah 19,
Wo must have a scientific religion or
religion will flee away from this globe
forever, llcligion cannot be at war with
true science, neither can science bo at
war with true religion. One God evolves
both worlds ; one set of laws hold both
worlds in order and orbit, and when this
great truth is perceived religious recon
struction is begun. Build the more
stately mansions, 0 my soul, not like the
Babel builders of ancient story, "for
brick had thev for stone, and slime for
mortar," Genesis, 11, 3 and 4, but
build with the rock and stone of eternal
truth, and it will oicn again the magic
well of which Jesus talked to the woman
of Samaria and streams of living water
..L..11 ...la., f.iw nil --.t1.i ti fiiiit iftiin nf
i ifc.l-U . - 'I'-". .vri. ........
I everlasting life. "It is the spirit that
nuickeneth. the flesh profiteth nothing;
1 tlm wnrils that I siwak unto you. they aic
spirit and thev arc life." "The letter
KlllCiU UUl IIIO PJHUl in-. iwi..-
out a parable spake ho not unto them
Matt. 13, 34. Jesus suith unto them :
Have vo understood nil these things?
Thev say unto him, yea, I-ord. Then
said" ho unto them: Therefore every
scrilxs which is instructed unto tho
kingdom of heaven, is like unto a man
that is a householder, which bringeth
forth out of his treasure things new and
old Matt,, 13. 51 8. Jerusalem shall
bo called the City of Truth Zech., 8, 3.
I.ook utxin ' ioti. tho city of nnr solemni
ties, thine eyes shall see Jerusalem, a
quick habitation, a tabernacle that shall
not Iks taken down, tho stakes thereof
shall never be removed, neither shall the
cords thereol bo hroKcn .saian, .w, u.
tula county, on fcaturday, .March 4tn, lor dence. The whole Uhristian church is
tho punosc of electing eight delegates to fore d to acknowledge that tho Aiocalypse
tho Democratic State Convention, to Ikj and u largo jortion tho greater jortion
held in Pendleton April 3d, 1833, and for I of the 'Word is still u caled book, and
the purjose, if the convention shall deem , from tho sense of tho letter they adduce,
it best, of nominating a full Democratic munv heterogeneous and insane heresies.
county ticket, to bo voted lor at the next , Indecud the doctors diwigrco to such an
election: ana to transact any other busi
ness that may proicrly come iKjforo the
Tho convention will Imj comtKwed of
forty-five delegates, apjortionou among
the several precincts as follows :
A (I tun h
Cum un
Milton ,
North i'CDtllfton ,
Union .,
Venton ,
Yonkutn ......
1 .Alttta
,..' Ctmtt-rvUIe...
..I Kclio
..1 Foxier.
..1 Juniper. ...
..i Mountuln .....
..0 Ho u tli Icudlcton..
.1 Utniitllta.... ...........
.1 Vlni-on
,.1 Willow HprlDB
fv.,ll,.t,, .WI.I.H. it i. r.,-ill things that are in tho
-..A. ifi .i. ..n i...'n .i ... ii heaven iu a heavenly form.
- ... i lrnnesristrus, tho Jigj'ptlan,
Pendleton, Or., February , 90th, ,1883.
W. M. Dkaolb.
of tho Democratic Central
extent that the outside world looks upon
the wrangle as purite and childish, and
comfortless negations of Ingersoll finds
many sympathisers, because according to
the order of creation, Divine things pre
sent themselves in corresjiouuences ;
therefore tho word was written by cor
resKjndences, wherefore tho Lord, lie
cause Ho siko from the Divine, shake
by corresjwndences, for that which is
from the Divine falls into such things in
nature as corresjiond to Didne tilings.
This is according to tho law of Divine
order. Let us summon a witnctM or two.
The invisible things of Him from the cre-
. . . i t i i i..
It is also recommended that primaries uuo,n ??2a i, r..' . A . 5 .b
for tiio olection of delegates to said con-' "I,uult - iu . ...V. . " ..'
vcntionlK) held in the various precincts iloIM-2ttur: " v .....
earth, are in
2000 years
shadow of
heaven ; and things therein each to the
other like, more than on earth is thought.
John Milton.
There will Iks no scientific evidence of
God's working in nature, until naturalists
have shown tliut tho wholo creation is tho
expression of a thought, and not the pro
duct of physical agents. Iet tho natur-
luok at the world umicr such
of tho thoughts of Him whom wo know,
love and adore unseen. -Mutt is the end
to which all the uuimal creation has
tended from the first Pahtozoic lifches.
Pitot. Agassi..
The couiurativo imutouiist lias shown
that all created vertebra1, without excoj
tion, are analogous, so that tho induction
Incomes irresistible that an archetyiK!
existed previous to the creution of the
lirst of tho kind, bhull we then hesitate
to bolievo tluit tho systems of law like
wise lwrvado tho moral world? Wo can
not Bliut our eyes to tho established fact
that an ideal, or archetyjHJ, prescribed
tho form of uuimal life ; and shall we not
lxjlieve that tho tyjw of ull intellectual
life likewise exists in the Divine mind?
Mu. JJ.vNCKorr before tho How York
Historical Society.
What then is tho alternate view? It is
tho after rojectiou. with Berkeley and
Swedeuborg, of the indeiendent existence
of matter and tho efficiency of natural
forces. It is a frank return to the old
idea of direct Divino ageucy, but in u
new, more rational and non-authropio-morphic
form. It iu the bringing together
and reconciliation of tho two apparently
antagonistic and mutually excluding
viows of direct agency aud nuturul law,
the timo tern of u rational philosophy. It
is tho tielief in it God not faraway beyond
our reach, who once, long ago, enacted
laws and created forces which contlnuo to
run tho machino wo call nature, but a
God imminent, resident iu nature, ut all
times and in all places, directing every
eveut and determining every phenome
non a God in whom in tho most litem!
sens not only wo, but all things have
their being in whom all things consist,
through whom all things exist, and with
out whom there would bo aud could bo
Temiitirature Iu OrrRon.
To tho Editor oftho EuHt Oregonlan.
Basuok, Coos Co., Oit., Kub. -2, '63.
As a numlwr of jKjople are expected in
Ortv-on the comiui; snnng and summer, , ,,iiut
orhai8 it umy bo well for them to know imj,rc.HljionB . una ovidonco will pour
tho teniiKiraturo of the various localities ; UJK,U U8( tjmt M creatures are express!
OI tne aiaiu us luiuinuni uv uiv -tiici vi
tho government signal service for Oregon,
and published by the Portland Journal of
Commerce in its issue of Fobruury 11,
,30.0 Portland ttO.O
nr ....... . I n
...mmj u xiin. uruuuu....H....n.
L-tko'lew .!.
l.7 Tho DiiUvH 'Ai H
IRK I.tnL-vlllo
jsl7 Lallrandd..
...Ul M
...17 0
Ahlilaud ,
During tho very cold snap tho follow
ing were tho lowest figures recorded :
Candon U Antoriu. to
Albany 1 Newport 1
I'ortlund - KiHt I'ortlnnd 4
Ashland 3 Eulu G
Kosotmn; 0 Tiio UulleH H
I.lDkvlltt 51 Lakevlow i'l
1m lirande - 31
From tho above it will be seeu that tho
monthly mean temcruturo of Bundon,
for January our mid-winter month is
iour degrees higher than any other ior
tion of the State ; and during the cold
snap it was 10" degrees alwvo i'ortlund, 20
degrees above Koseburg, 28 degrees ulove
Tho Dalles, 3S degrees above Lakoviow,
and 48 degrees ubovo La Grande.
Tho above figures sjwak for themselves,
und toll tho intending immigrant, uud ull
those who wish to move from one jortion
of our State to another, that Coos couuty
has tho U-st climate in Oregon ; und his
spado will show him that tho soil cannot
be surpassed for tho various requisites
essential for tho growth and preservation
of unimul and vegetable life.
A Banuonian.
Vntal I'ureult of n FnitUluM Wife.
About a week ago Charles AVilliams
eloped from Kecodari, Sonora, with the , nothing.
...?r". . -M...!.. .. ......I.. ....... 'Pl. ' .
wife of Jack Martin, u cattio man. Tho
woman appropriated $3000 and a gold
watuli and chain belonging to Martin,
vhile Williams scattered tho horses be
longing to Murtin and neighbors to pro
vent pursuit. Tho day following, Martin
prouurud horses and ixase, and started In
put stut. juosuay ne Benooi; tne party
According to this view, tho
phenomena of nature are naught else than
obiectitied modes of Divine thought; tho
foices of nature are naught else than dif
fouout forms of tho one oinniptc.eut,
Divine enorgy. Tho laws of nature, but
tho modes of ojHsrution of that Divino
energy, invariable becuusj Ho is un
clutuueablo. According to this view, tho
in a canyon near Hill's ranch on tho San , iuw of gravitation is naught oIho thun tho
iiftdKft A soon as Williaiim saw Murtin mode of onoration of tho Divino energy
hu Mjwned ftro ou him, he shot passing iu wistuiulng tho cosiuob tho Divino
UipongU tins body and causing instant ; method of Ristuimtioh, the law of ovolu
gtb. Tim ioe .returned to Fairbanks , the mode of ojjortdiun of the sauio
'Jfcr winiorcameutii, Houriug whlau Uiey Uhino enoruy in originating and ctovul
lUMin VtniiaA stUst W illiaiiui and tho oping tho oowuo tiio Divino uroucs of
waiitoi. mm wtuhgns qua nut -omwi maow; und science 10 but the -tom-
Wvil.arm-d, turn deokro Wuiy will
,W; 7Utui WfiSy riot ntLwilo, M9it Uiw
; r ffloj(tiis,awl i9 Amariwn )vere
ntte Irnaivlult'Q of tliasa Divino tin
attU whe, m a word, iicowdiuK in this
vv Uiiiio is no mil Sown but ejJvlt, wtd
no tf..d Ijriaiidait oxistonco but Uod.
Jnor. UnOavyrn, L. D., Univorrity
No Taxes and a rcn.lon for Everybody.
From tho London PcmocraL.
"No taxes and a pension for every
body," sounds like a fairy talc. It may
tio converted into sober fact, not by con
fiscating property, but by nutting a stop
to cofiscation. Whv should it seem a
thing incredible that 100,000 iersonB.
having worked hard and honestly, should
at the ago of sixty-live receive a iKjnsion
of 10 ier annum" to make the remainder
of their lives more in accordance with the
bountiful provision which nature and art
have provided for mankind?
We now give to one landlord what
might with justice be distributed to ono
hundred thousand families. Tho income
of the Duke of Westminster is rejKrtod
to equal one million sterling er annum,
and probably this is an under estimate of
what ho actually receives, and far below
what ho will get in a few years, unless
common sense and common justice are
allowed in the meantimo to prevail.
For this million sterling per annum the
duke confers no advantage whatover lipon
the community. All the labor by which
he benefits htiB Ikkjii ierfonned or paid
for by others. Through tho oierations of
unjust laws, made by landlords for laud
lords, ho obtains tho jower to make these
exactions. Year after year adds to his
rent roll, while he stands with folded
arms und simply absorbs the value for
which thousands toil and remain unre
warded. This gigantic and heartless fraud has
culled law und religion to its aid. While
in defies the ten commandments it in
vokes them in the pulpit and iu the press.
While it tramples on ull just laws, hu
man or divine, it bribes lawyers to con
tend for its unjust privileges anil crushes
ull opposition by the weight of its untold
and ill-gotten wealth.
Think for a moment of this fact overy
ono of the twenty millions of shillings
which tho duke iockoia every year with
out exercising a singly useful function;
every one of these shillings has to be
eurnod by tho labor of some one who re
mains unpaid for his lubor.
Workiugmcn in London earning 12s.
per week pay 4s. iu rent, und of this
sum 2s. goes to the ground landlords for
doing noting.
Funey tho Duke of Westtnineter de
manding und receiving 2s. jer week, or
5 4s. er annum, from working families
whoso wholo income is far less than tho
cost of food alone in cases where the
worn-out and impoverished families ure
taken to the workhouse in order to joat
Ione actual starvation.
This is thought to be right, reasonable,
and just.
Whereas, to proioso thut a man who
has been all his life long defrauded in his
wages by means of landlordism, .should
have 10 jer annum after he is sixty-five
is ulwurd, Utopian and, indeed, positively
The Cause for tlie Abuse.
From the New York World.
It wus brought out in evidence before
the Congressional Investigating Commit
too that tho retail price of coal in Phila
delphia was $4.48 pe- ton in 1800, coin
pared witli $0.50 now. Tho charge for
transiortation htm lieen increased from
$1.22 per ton to $1.80, though the cost
of transjxjrtation has meanwhile been
reduced 80 ier cent. This is what
twenty-eight years of protection and ten
years of "combines" havo done, Is it
strungo that the Committee is abutcd by
coriwration organs for discovering such
facts us these?
Mluea on Itutsel Creek.
From the WhIIu Wullu Uniun.
Tho mines on ltusscll creok ure now a
tonic of conversation bv munv, and oltl
mining mou eoiug the ore speak highly
of tho prosjHx-t. A minis in steadily en
gaged in developing tho discovery claim,
and has every pr.pct uf aeon triking a
body of galena. If oosUv worked and huso
Hiatal ore were dimwerud, it would prove
a gieat thing for the town and oountrv.
Tho onginul lodo is now lowtad for "a
lwigth ot over a mile and u half, though
devolowuent work is bsing dom. on but
ono claim.
8vo,vrJ In I)uUlllo Courier Journal.
"Let us look ct the articles taxed by
this tariff, first in groups, and then ex
amine the groups in detail : In it3, there
were imported woolen poods to the value
of W4.23.J.244, utKjn which was collected
a tariff duty of -!,2i),717. an nverago of
more than 07 per cent. Of silk goods wo
imported to the valuo of $31,2(54,270, upon
whch was paid a tariff of $13,540,300, or
about 40 per cent. Here it will bo seen
that goods of wool, the principal wear of
the ioor, is taxed about 18 ir cent, more
than goods of silk, exclusively the wear
of the rich." Senator Vance.
The Senator then went on to bIiow that
wool was taxed from ten to twelve cents a
pound, while silk cocoons were ajmiiiicu
?r.nt- ihttv. Thus it nnnears that the
rich are given a little free trade in finerv,
but the poor are not jwrmitted to partake
of any of the blessings when it comes to
flannels, blankets, wool hats, knit goods,
"all goods made of knitting frames," bid
morals, woolen and worsted yarns, wool
en clothes, woolen shalls, women's and
children's dress goods, coat linings, Ital
ian clothes, alpacas, and hundreds of
other articles into manufacture of which
wool enters, all of which arc heavily
taxed in the name of protection to that la
bor that is compiled to buy these things
ovcrv dav.
1 ill just print section 300, 307 and 308
of the tariff M:hcdulc. Sec how you far
mers hts protected by this beneficent tar
iff. Here it is:
"300. Clothing ready made, and wear
ing apparel of every description, not sjeci
ficallv enumerated or provided for in this
act, and balmorul skirts ami skirting and
goals of similar description, or used for
liko purposes, composed wholly or in part
of wool, worsted, hair of tho alpaca goat,
or other animal, made up wholly or in
part by the tailor, seamstress, or manu
facturer, except knit goods, forty cents
jior -tound, and in addition thereto.tlnrty
tivc jior centum nd valorem.
'.! I '1..nl-u 1lnll11.mil ini'lrflfu t'lllllfia.
ulsters, and other outside garments for
ladies ami children's apparel and goods
of similar description, or used for like
purjKWcs, composed wholly or iu jmrt of
wool, worsted, the hair of tho alpaca, goat
or other animal, made up or manufactur
ed wholly or in part by the tailor, seam
stress, or manufacturer, (except knit
goods provided for in Sec. 303) forty
uve cents er -ound, and in addition
thereto, forty per centum ud valorem.
"378. Webbing, goring, susjenders,
braces, beltings, bindings, braids, gal
loons, fringes, gimps, cords und tassels,
dress-trinimings, head-nets, buttons, or
barrel-buttons, or buttons of other forms
for tassels, or ornaments, wrought by
hand, or braided by machinery, made of
wool, worsted, the hair of tho allien
goat or other animal is a component ma
terial, thirty rents ier pound, and in ad
dition thereto fifty per centum ad val
orem." Vsi 4li.i fir., tliwvn nf tit. itnf v-
eight wool sections of the tariff schedules.
And right here 1 would suggest to overy
fanner iu this country who reads this pa
lter to set right down and write a letter to
litii iiii.riilif r nf PmiirmKrf mill iiulrtlmt 'i-ii-
tlemun to M;nd him a copy of "The Tariff
on Imports into the United States, und
tho r reo last, as contained 1:1 the -ct 01
of this pamphlet of eighty pages that one
can form 11 projer conception of the sys
tem of tariff taxation. There ure things
in it of which you never dreamed.
For instance, bergumot, a ierfuinc, is
on the free lint, while castor oil is taxed
50 cents u gallon, nearly 200 per cent.
Arsenic, a deadly joison, is taxed 50 jer
cent an ounce. Iiecac, is free, while
Kochelle salts is taked three cents u
K)tind and Epsom salts is taxed half a
cent a jtqtnidv . .... . . ..
There is a hundred of such "incongrui
ties" in this tariff iniquity which I 1ioij
to note more ut length in the future.
Meanwhile, this paper is closed with some
remarks of u leading Iowa ltcpublicau:
"Tiio Government is raising a surplus
revenue of more than $150,000,000 a year
which comes directly from tho jocke'ts of
the icople. And as those revenue taxes
now being collected ure so extravagantly
in excess of the needs of tho Government
and as tho jeople have to pav $000,000,000
in order to get f 150,000,000 fnto the Treas
ury of the United states, increasing tho
articles they buy from 50 to 100 per cent,
everybody who reads und thinks at ull is
asking himself, why should this anoma
lous state of things exist ?"
The Kdltor'a Critic.
From tbe Walla Walla Journal,
He stantis in tho stores with his back
to tho stovo und tells how ho could run u
nrnvspajwr; how ho could bo indcinm
dent as a hog on ice, und call things by
their right names ; how ho could expose
corruption in high places, how lie could
write good common senso. and none of
'your frivolous, trying-to-be-funny stuff.
no criticises ouier jseopie's methods of
conducting newspajmrs, und just wishes
some ono would give him a chance to
show his journalistic ability. The way
to cure one of these chum is to get him
to agree to write a sensible nrticlo every
day for a week. Before tho week is out
ho is sure to bo pumped dry, und will
gap worse for un idea thun a cldckeu does
with the pips.
A redwood treo recently felled near
Humboldt, Cal., measured 10 feet in tli
nmeter one way und twenty feet iu tho
other ut tho stump. It was 200 feet long,
tajiering to a diameter of 8 feet, und con
tained enough timber to construct a Bmull
The Dally Uakt Okwwian, by mail,
$0 uyoar; by carrier cunt u wQek.
DAVE M9RM. rr!etr.
Northwest Corner Main and Court Street,
Re-opened, Re-furnislied uud
Equipped in First
Olasa Style.
Free Conch to and from Trains.
Pianos, Organs!
SoM by-
Are Fully Warranted.
And n thle flrmV guarnntce U worth
10O cent on the dollar, they
will handle only
First-Class Goods
Wo huvo come to stay.
Wc havo adopted for our motto. "Ilonc.t
dralhicutid inlr prices.
We buy itrlctly forcnh.
WcAhnll Rive purchasers the benefit.
We can sell you an Organ or
Piano on monthly in
stallments. The lot Urnnd Mednl Given tr nny society
win nwnrded the Klin ball Or.'an.
Tho lanjcut stock of these Justly celebrated
Orgnnscvcron exhibition In East
ern Oregon ut our ware
room 1.
Mims Bros. & Go.
City Drug Store,
F. J. DONALDSON, Proprietor,
Continue In carry n full line of
Drngs, Stationery, Placques,
Perfumery, Toilet Arti-
Agents for the AI.FHKD W RIGHT Teifumon
acknowledged to be the fluent odors In
the world, In bulk, ut nfty cents
per ounce.
Is under the mnuogemcut of a thorough
I'hnrmacUt, und euktomer cau rely ujMin
huvliii their prcxcilptlons comoundcd
accurately uud at bottom prices. No nub
stllutlng one itrtlole for another In pre
scriptions. No Boys or Apprentices
Employed to practice ou the public. Should
you need anything In our lino we will
give you a better article for lets monoy
than any other store In town.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
11 AY Ell 0 SILSlUJI:,lioi-let'iti
plHinifncturors of
Plain Candies and Taffies,
Ami duelers hi
Fine Confectionery, Fruits, Nuts, Cigars
end Tobaccos.
GivQ Them a Trial.
Xiotlce In hereby given, that pursuant to
au oruer issued out of ttn County Court ol
Umatilla county, Oregon, duly mad- and
eutered on the 18th dav of Kebruarv. IksX.kiiI,!
UiOHtll aCfounty wllUell to the hUhe-t and
bet biddeu, uud in urh lots and purwis u
may be deemed most udvantugeous, IU vul
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In tald county, commonly known us Couu
iiouse block, situated between Main, Court
und Altttbtreels. In the heart of Die bulnes
Mrtlon of tald town, nud containing eigh
teen USt InlM frniillmi nn Mi.ln P1.11.1 .....I
, Cottonwood strtofs. Healed proposals for
the purchaku of said properly, or of any por
; tlon thereof, wl l bo ruceivou by the umler
slgned, Iheiounty Cleric of said couuty, nt
atmn of Thursday,
The lUtb duy of April, A. I 1KHM,
Aud all per.oini so bhldlug will be required
to muke payments inn-feuunt to such bealtd
bids prior to 10 o'eloek In the forenoon of
uU d.y. Atbald laat mentloutd hour all
Ion and pans of lots not then siold will bo
ottered for s ile at 1'ubhc Auction, In purcels
to ult bidders, and as may uppear nio.M ad
vautajeotik to said 1 ourt.
The county ls a f .liuplo estuto Jn said
proper!, and will e-ecuto proper deeds of
oouv yanee to pqrehaseiu ui the ilm uf t-nle.
lilt purohune prie )nut Do paid 010-hulf in
t usta upoi iihduy j(m -.und the rmuln
dMronor bef.r. Octou.r lO.ISh.'J, puivhaisirs
togietliHir lutes t.r the same with iwr
ool ko unty to )eaniioved by tho ouit.
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Count Treasury. nd etHi urtfor thw tur-
oe of ereeting A nrw CMiri ilou (tUd jral
for nalu uuuuly. fw whol iiurptwo shI(1
ourt h ruttl a bm fund kuoWi a h
G,A. UASlTfltKX,
County OltjiU.
Jiy Urderoft
ftl fobSI If
Tickets Ti
and KuropeT e,,f
Elegant Pullman Palace
Emigrant Sleeping C in. run Ihrowi.
prtM Traln t0
Free of charge and without cb
Clo.'o connection nt lorttand for .,t
clco aud i'uget SouoU rol,!!'
r.nt bound pnyeriicerarrl vi ti34
parts at 6:00 p. m.
WeU bound UHneneerarrtrM.ti-
pan ai 4:15 p.m.
Walla Wall aad Pe.fU,u
Leaves Bt 6:00 a. m. for Wslli
rive at 4.C0p. ni. from Wall Wli
To San FrantlKo,
Leave steamship wharf, TortUsd
night, a follows: a'"
Oregon WVd.Jan'y 4; ColumWife.i
State Thus t 'll:' Orv'tSS
ColumblH, Krl so; State TulJi.f
Oregon Mat ' at; Column (
To I'ortlaad.
Leaving ftpear st wharf San Fruriu
a m as follows: m
ColumblaTuet Jau.1; stsie. g.i
Oregon Wed II: rolumbh sii
HtaieThursdav Jan IffjOreiton Moa 5
Columbia Krl Jan 37; State TawLt
Hates of l'aumrt.
Including meals nndtxrtii
Cabin, .....
Mteenige, - . ,
Hound Trip, Unlimited,
For further particulars Inquire ofun
of the Company, or A. U Maxwell,!
A T, A., i'ortlund, Oregon.
General Manager.
IV'tidletnn, ftj
To San Francisco, d
By war of the
Oregon & California El
Aad Connections.
Tho Mount Shasta Jta
Quicker In time thunanroue
Route, Helwcen
Leave Portland at 4:00 p. a. i
Through time, 39 hours.
puiiiiMA.v; nrvFKT mmi
Excursior Sleepers for
Class Fassengers on
through trains free
Fart) from Fertlanit to Htn
and Man Krauelseo:
'lrtclnMH Uiillinlted....
t'lrMt'Cla-MH, Minltrd. -1
Hecond-clnt, Llmltrd...... 1
Tiokct Offlce:
Career Kaad Front Hts-rrtIiK
E. IN UOUKIW.O. F. - rwiif
It. KOKIILBK, Manager.
TUP Nnrthprn Panifin
lilt. iiuiiiiiiiii iw...w --
... vfc.f T TVl' 1I1TVV1G
Pullman Mate Sitting Qint
Magnificent fi
Elegant Kmtannt kW,Vl
With Berth! t)rt 0
From Oregon and Washlngtw '
to the Eat,
Via fH. Paul and Mlinspoll.
line running Palace Ilnln;C
(Meals 75 ccnU.)
fastest Tlw Kvrr 3I''
Coaat Over the sorthen
lai.llc Itallroad
To Rloux City, Council Bluffi, a
Burlliigton, Oulncy. w. . IwJ t.Cm
nil pol u ts t h rougliout the Kat
east via 8t. Paul and Mlnnfrol
Are hauled on resular ,f Pff"
the entire length of the ortMfi
Leave Wallula Junetlon8:IO.B
Leave Portland 3 p. n 'VITd' m,
Minneapolis or 8t. Paul I2. t-
oils to nil points Ka.l.fcoulh soa e
Train will leave Portland dr "
in., connecting wlth O. It. 4 ".-"
all points on Puget SoA'jf chaBL
General Western Pasieu'ijer At
Washington bt., IwaY,
Mauufaciurr of
Steam and Hot
Heating Appara
Specifications and elhnl
try. Correspondence feOlirv.
Portland, Oregon-
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