Forest Grove independent. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1873-1874, August 13, 1874, Image 2

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! izo no actions ami interpolate no in-
j cd ?» civil engineer accompanied by a deuce,
j mountaineer well a«’«piaintcd with ! Returns :;h
larHfe Dcmocratic M t'rcnccH of liis own. There were
it ion in tilts
of lei!
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s of OUI' lit. lîituro the mountains through wliich tlie j .rív¡ns throimout North ( ’arolina. It solne papers in his possession which
last H w »css
j roa 1 should pass to view out tho is probable that the Democrats elect the Committee desired to obtain
Ilamh-t s madness had no
T l»c T h ir d T e lili Non O»! s1*.
ltulil
j liest route. And the act for build­ seven out of eight Congressmen.
He should gratify that desire accord-
method in tin m, unless it had the
ing
the
road
should
have
defined
the
A captain who has just returned i " ]br p ^ ‘e mxler in which they came A t T R E M E N D O U S S A C R I F I C E
Tin' Dl l!ti‘ K* h Uic pa¿' rs si ill harp u!t< rior ¡impose of the greatest good
width and grade of the road; and from Fort Worth, states that tho In- to him> leaviuS the Committee and j
by
nn t!u; tit ird teran nouic uso hut onoti to a small cli«[UO of office-holders,
when it was built and presented for dians had captured two mail stages, und tho l>ublic to lni^ e their own i n - 1
tlTO V u lobbyists alid contractors. Aleas- ]
by th; tt eri ut 10 cark 1er,
acceptance it should ha\e been ex­ one going and one coming, between ferences- He bftd thus far endeav-
uros that in the abstract were italic * I I
1 J
nodi
fm
l.lll.l
They
c<
\;>rk Il eu
amined by men competent to meas­ Wichita and Fort Sill. There were ! ore(1 lo “ aiutain peace between |
Portland, Or.
1 *> 1 -» . and oood, in In«“ loose manner of then i
1
ure its 'jrad«: and calculate its prob- onlv three passengers, all of whom, 1 Needier and Tilton, and should con-
the if :sub.serihei•s inoro iva 1.
construction permitted misconstrue-|
tlie
able cost of construction. In fram­ wit h the drivers, were killed and j tiuue to do 80 hY a removal of mis­
»iiSlll
by
pul
rtter
r*ii
truthful W¡
tion sind consequent swindling. j
ENG LISH li A NK1Ì UP T 8 T 0 C A'.
ing a statute too many guards can­
understandings, and through an in-
scaipcd.
nurse ry rhymes, ofOldM v ) L LlO ]r ( «<.)OSC. The school law. for instance, ivas a
450 Reversible Ottowun Shawls on ly £2,-
not be thrown around it to protect
teligent realization of self-interest.
TheD Vili oc racy iuu>t bo hard j.rc‘sse.l sound measure in the int« ntion of its j
50 Each.
A special to theDaily Netrs reports
the interests of the State. In [these
He should never despair of renewing
for ar guiñe ut and their read« VS 0asily framers and one that the peop e
that tho
French authorities have
s iti htied when they lili wp their col-1 needed, but it was put through in road measures of which we have been seized :12,00(>, cat ridges oil the Span­ peace.
The Democrats carry North Caro­
ENGL ISII HANK lì l T T STOCK.
umnw with such tmshy pabulum.Th« ! such a shape that it was made a speaking it is not stated w hat the ish frontier distilled for the Carlists.
grade of the road should he or what
lina
by
a
majority
of
from
10,G
U
O
to
«0 Pieces English Waterproof, only One
11raid being o f
the
sensational j ,a e u n s -0f stock-jobbing in school
A letter from Havana dated Au­
Dollar.
its width, so that Mr. Cornelius had
20,000
in
the
election
of
Congress­
school in journalism started the in- h,,(,ks; au«l onr people in every
a “ soft thing ’ in having it run by gust 1st,savs that last week the town men, and gain twenty in the State
sano story as an advertisement of it- 1 scjluoi distiict have be« n forced to
his farms and over the highest inuun- of Tibanica, village of Guamaro and Legislature.
self and the
gullible Democracy j t-itlier l«»se their school money or
ENGL ISII liA NKRUP T STOCK.
the Coast another small nlace, with nearly I.-»,- ; A dispath from Somerville, Tenn..
tains in this part
wanting some weapon of attack seized imv i,00i-.s inf« rior to those they al-
000 rations, were burned
by the! “ ' “ T “ “
* eu“ -r j 340 Dozen All Linen Towel*, One Dollar
range.
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,
,i says a not is progressing here. Two per Doz.
upon it, and they have done just roady had both lor the purpose of
Spaniards, doubtless for want of
*
, , , , , ,
And we humbly submit that in ,
,
, .. t
. wen have been killed an.l a number
what that paper wanted advertised education and «piality of material—
transportation, and tor tear of their |
the
money . . . . . .
,
,
/•/<,,
rn
wounded. 1 lie negroes are pouring
tho Herald, very cheap advert i»ing, the worst possible swiddle as it the management of
falling into the hands of Cubans.The !. ,
A1
J °
1
°
ENG L IS 11 It. 1 NKIi UP T S TOCK.
appropriated
for
these
pur-
.
,
,
.
,
.
i
i
in
from the country. In answer to
too, wo must say.
clu'uted them both in soul ami pock­
if die
[lie places
.
inhabitants of
burned have
.
300
1’ k All Li noli Crash, only Ten Cents
pos«-.s, more tlwm thirty cents on
n
-j a ilcmaud by telegraph, two compa- per Yard.
W e do not admire (»rant, but we et. An«l it is not at all unlikely
arrived at Paerto Principe,
tin- dollar might be realized off of
nies of militia and a number of vol-
respect him for one thing. During that these h«>oks will be a total loss,
ages of Cahk ron amlFnas have been
State
bonds.
it,
«Iocs
look
a
little
unteers wi 1 leave hy special train
all this goose-gabble about C i i-sar- for with the disgust at the stock-job-
caotiireil l»y Uu; Cubans, and the
as
if
tin
re
was
some
“
shenanugin'
to
ENG 1. IS U li. 1 NK/i I T T S TOCK.
for that city at S o’tdock.
ism hollas hi hi his silence and lcl the I lung multr the law and aeknowl-
plantation ol l amias,
near Santa
latici'. A Memphis dispatch says: 240 Doz. White Cotton Hose, UOc p
•firihhering ar>cs gubbor to their lu-ayts , «, i I hui 1 i»ite**H»rity of tho new m rics »*f use a very «■xpressivc vulgarism, in Clara, sack« l by them.
these
appropriations
when
Lcgisla-
Parties from Somerville this morn- i ^oZ‘
content. It the people want tirant books they will pmliably he thrown
In th«' hills near Cicnfngas tliere
tors
push
measures
through
and
ing report lighting stopped and ev-
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for third a] term or tho seventeenth , aside ami au«»thc*r series more schol-
was a lively skirmish between the
then
manipulate
the
bonds
so
as
to
term wo suppose tiny will get him , ally in style, philosophic in meth-
entiling «¡uiet. 'Jiie militia sent
ENGLISH BANKRUPT STOCK.
Cubans and guerillas. Spanish ac­
buy
th*
m
up
at
a
third
their
par
if ho choose to uceept. AVo «loubt «ids and more durable, will be
I i o m h e n - wi ll l C i i i i n to -d a v .
l h c .py Piece»» Scotch Tweeds, 75c per yard,
counts say live Cubans were killed.
j difficulty originated in a quarrel be- j
very much if he would accept even if adopted. And we might cite the value. We are not a lawyer or the
There ware reports of serious disas­
I tw< « li rival negro politician?!.
thcKcpuhlican party should ask him, increase of the emoluments of State son of a lawyer but we have the
ters to the Spanish forces in the dis­
ENGLISH HA NKHUHTSTOCK.
opinion
that
the
Legislative
acts
in
and if he should wish to run for ! otlieers,scandalous in some install« « s
I In the cricket game, at London,
|
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trict
of
T.lignin.
It
is
said
Fspom.la
íiU
Pieces West of England Broadcloth.
another term,his party does not wish 1 and unlawful in «•very, but wo wish •I ucstioti are about as 1 « >osc let ;isia-
j Americans against tlu-Princess Club,
and Bascom-z have been taken pris­
to commit suicide just yet hv making ( to speak more particularly of anoth- tien as tlie »verage Legislator ever
the former won uml had fifty to
oners bv the former and executed by
makes.
* him a candidate. There is more «-lass of measures wliich may hive
¡spare, lh c Base Ball playing at
E N G Í. IS 11 l i . \ N K l l l P 7 S T O C K .
the (!uLius.
probability that the Democracy will been workcil up an 1 passed for the
Princess
thi>
afternoon
was
a
scratch
2- Pieces Eri neh Silk, from £1 50 per
ITiim itag Milt at A storia.
Threi- huiiilaed
Spanish troops game two members of the Princess yard.
run (»rant for tlie next President; good of the people but have tot illy
failt 1 in their purpose and .serve«!
than the Republicans.
The A't'tritn pays that Mr. I). were killed, and a heavy and valua- j clu b I)layin„ with tho Athletics and
THE INDEPENDENT
M eth od- «»* Loicislation*
ENGLISH BANKRUPT
S T O C K !!!
Bradley,Marsh & C o
j
only to till the pockets of a few cor­ Bi-ipiettc is agitating the enterprise
O M m \ “ goes for" the As'orian j
morants who were watching the pr«-y «»f constructing a lirst-class steam
for «pioting the Builettn as sj idling
fumi the onset ami some of them flouring mill at that place with a ca­
Willamette,
Wallamette.” It i-
members
<>/ f/i<- lr ifi^hitiivt'. A\ c* pacity for grinding llour in «[uanti-
enough to make anv white man mad
allude to th«' road jobs of th.«' last t:i• s suiin it-nt to liiad vessels. As-
to seo tho name of our beautiful
session.
toria in our opinion is an excellent
river murdered in thc“ grniitiiig g u t -,
£10,t)00 vere appropriated to point fi»r tin erection of such a mill
tural” — Wallamette. Suppose the
blasted Diggers did pronounce the lniiltl a road from th« Wilhum t U- j i*s it will h«’ eventually the great
name thus h that better authority valley t«A Tillamook bay. The Com­ grain depot ami shipping port of
this State. Concerning this onter-
than the refun d culture and taste of missioners sold the bond- at lifty
pris< the A-btritin remarks as fo l­
the pcoplo of Oregon, who are cents <’ii Ih«' dollar.realizing but £■»,-
lows:
unanimous in spelling and prononc- OOO from th«' original a]>}ir<ipriation,
The <’ost of the saeks to export ilio
and the contractor took the £5,0!'n
ing it Willamette?
raw
material (as wheat) is a drain <>f
and paid s2.o< 0 fur work done on
“ L ioiitfoox ".— Mr. I*. B. Soott the ronil and put £2700 int i his own over olio-tenth of the entire roc« ipts
of Oregon, for th«- surplus produced,
lias had a light-draft boat construct­ pocket, /«> (-<<.7,i>lrl- h /<<// matl! Mr.
and this heavy drain may thus lie
ed at Cuneinah whose dimensions are­ Bufoni, State Senator elect from stopped, ¡.ml Europeans will bi­
as follows: Length, 140 feet; beam, this countV, was over the road lat 1 1 v fonici buying sacks of Americans,
25 feet; hull,
f e d ; toning«* esti­ andlie says that tliere are piteli
111 produced from cotton grown upon
mate«! at 175 tons. And it is e-ti- it whero t ilei e thc-re is a lise of four home soil, an 1 manufactured at
home fuctori« s.
niatcd that lur draught will b«- only feet to thè rodi Sudi a v«>a«l of
We have no doubt but that 11 if»
three feet. ( ’ apt. Scott is of the course i- iinpvacticablo for loadcd math r o f shipping llour direct will
opinion tha. this boat will be abb* to waguiis. So tini Stato Las given at iir.-t vent ivi.- opposition from
navigate the waters of the Coper slu,tHHi of which «mly £23<K) avere s o u r c e s whi«*! i have liitlicito niunipu-
luted tlie grain crop of our I>ro«luc-
Wiliamette the year round. The netusi 11 v cxpcmled ou thè roa«l ami
«•rs to tin ir own immediate emolu­
name of the new craft is “ Light- bave built si toll roud. Ami mudi ment, but if the farming community
fo o t.”
stund by one another, they will soon
o >r
« iu in •lv 1«
when the State shall build a road to find that they hold a power in fo n ­
Wr.have received a numb« r of the
trolling tin al«'. as well as the pro-
Tillamook bay und it is engineered duction of brea tails.
W-eLlj Tribune, a Democratic paper
rightly it will not run in the pres-
published at l'eudletou iu Eastern
L o u i s i a n a ' s ü . i m k II v M i M i i I c r -
t-nt tra .i. OYi tlu- pitch«' , out
Oregon by M. H. Abbott ( Maggid?).
bo made with
regular ;rade
Its editorial matter consists chiefly
T.ast night, while our reporter was
through
_ low i -«.a or around
of a rehash of the obscenities of the
awaiting a verdict in the (irant-Par-
suics.
i>h t.iial, his attention was called to
Bccclicr-Tilt«in
sc-rndal,
which
The d\ illanietfo valley am As- the Judgi-N room, where sat Judge
shows that the. editor is a sort of
W ood and Kellogg playing set-back
maggot. 1 he tribune is supposed t«>ria wag« n road was « v< n a gn-ater euchre. The lives of eight white
to be an advocate of the people, but swimih than that to lilDm ook. For men were being balauc -d between
this “ Tribune" is their sworn enemy. this road, an appropriation ««f£20,000 life and death at th..t very time in
i was made of which £10,000 of the th«- neighboring jury-room, as tho
Tribune!—it is a lie.
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i State bonds were sold, mostly at Judge watched for the “ ace” and
Wr: have received theDaily Oregon thirtv conU 0|1 tL6 (1oHar, realizing “ right bower’’ to turn. This isa lit
on
the
condi­
Statesman and must compliment the t a1)OUt & >01l0 out of tlje i;lf; ()00 commentary
tion tlie
people
of Louisiana
Company on the wonderful im prove-1 Alul this ^-,,000, to accept the state­ have been brought vo, and no argu­
ment made by the new editor. 'Sir. ! ment of the contractors, is all that ment could lie more efiective. A
McDonald is a bohl,graceful ami el- ; p.(S ¡ i( u expended oil the road. man pretending to be Governor
oquent writer. We used to read the- £-1,01)0 in homls remain to lie sold plays euchre with a United States
American Fbuj a paper published at which would he but a drop in tin- Judge waiting for a verdict, of guilty
and eight men look through the bars
San Francisco in the war times,which j W k c t fnr ImiUlin- a road soventv- of the j lari-di prison waiting fur their
received its animue from him, and I fiv(i luilcs through a mountainous lilx rty. N't-ro fiddled while Rome
we shall long remember some of bis | anil ]1Cilvilv timbored country. And was binning. Kellogg sprees w hile
magnificent editorials. The hotter : ull tllttt thtV(. ¡sto Kjlow for the £10,- the people he claims to govern are
robbed of tío ir liberties and are
the contest the Utter it pleases this ; w ,(,uro thrf.0 lnilos of rofl(1 ou tho As.
threatened with death! Oh! right­
fiery Scot and the better ho writes. , toria eii(l aiul tweiltv.thre0 on this eous Judge! Oh, noble Governor!
of « ml .
TELEGRAPHIC!
BEEHIVE
STOB E
J. B . M a tth e w s . P r o p r ie to r .
T he greatest and best variety of Gene r*
Merchandise is kept in tlie Bee H ive Store
of any place iu the County. This Store has
always been noted for its variety and it
mlitays shall he not only noted for tlie extent
of its variety, but for tbo
Q u a l i t y o f Ita O t i o « ! ^ ^ .
AND THE
CHEAPNESS
O F IT S P R I C E
I sell for CASH, consequently I have
no lohsks to make up off of good customer*!
ONE MANS' MONEY IS AS GOOD
AS A NOTH NILS’.
(.annul c.ipliui d.
and two with the Red Stockings.The
All will fare alike in price*, which shall
ENGL1SH HANK 1117*TSTOCK.
In the Supremo ( ourt u\ Aladiton fonner won by a score of 15 to <S.
2,22H yards. Bla -k Alpaca», from 25c*
always be TH E V ERY LO W EST they cad
yestcrilav, iu the railroad case, the
A London dispatch says: There
be afforded for
Court decided that it would hear tho was a serious riot,in Portsmouth to­
applhntion for a preliminary injunc­
ENGLISH liAN KllEPTSTOCK.
F or OadH 2
night, in consequence of the pier
tion upon the unverified complaint authorities chafing tho
thordilgli- j 1 H 1M'-*AL \\il»h Hauuds.
N ew Goons are constantly arriving and
of the Attorney-General, and tnat
fares. A mob of several thousand
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objeciioiiN rais<-d by counsel for the i
persons destroyed the obstruction,
ENGLISH HA NKll f P T STOCK.
.Ycte Good*, G ood G oods , CH EAP G OODS,
railroads would be considered in de-
w hen the police charged on them re-
.¿20 Doz. a All Lium Napkins, One Dollar
term ning whether the api>lication >
jii-uteilly, and many jiulieemen and per Dozen,
W ild
SELL.
should be granted. Counsel fur the
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rioters w ere severely injured.
j
railroads thin read affidavits setting
I will always keep all the Standard Brands
It is reported that tlie German
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Boods and, by a strict integrity of pur*
forili the depreciation of gold bonds
Government lias notified its repre­
7U prices UnbleachedTahleLinen. Thirty-! Pose to dr:tl ns 1 wn,lM 1,0 doftU b-v’ l w*
and pretem-il stock of companies
■ ■
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t nvite you to my Store, which I now christou
sentatives abroad that the time lias five Cents
per yard.
since tlie passage of the Potter law. j
the
come to recognize theSpanish Repub*
After soiiie objection counsel for the
lie.
State read counter affidavits from
ENGLISH lì. INKRUPTSTOCK.
At
■ ick this afternoon, Moul­
Commisstencr Osborne and Private
^4 pi ices Blnuhed Tablo Linen, Sixty
Sccretan Bird,stating that tlm com­ ton will read his statement before cents pir Yard.
panies were demanding and receiv­ the Investigating Committee.
Mr. Beecher's friends now say
Remeraber the place. J X . C ainpbel
ing illegal ratea. Judge Orton then
Old Stand, Forest Grove.
openly that he was blackmailed in
EN G L I S H R A N K / !I"P T S T O C K .
L’hulf of
opened the argument on
large amounts for some years, and
U-i) dozen Iron Erame Hose, £2 jior
tlie
the Slate, confining iiimst
J. II M ATTH EW S.
Do 2
that
should
Air.
Moulton
tell
all
he
question of jurisdiction.
Forest Grove, Or> Nov. 4th 1S73
knows, the case will assume an en­
The executive Committee of the tirely new phase.
n7:I.%
State Granges has issued an address
ENG 7 IS II lì. INKR l T T S ‘W C1\.
Information is received from Fort
CO Doz. White A Gray Corsets, 50c
to the Grangers of "Wisconsin. It
Lariniie that the Cheyennes {[and each.
warns them that an attempt w ill he
Apaches are preparing for war and
made in the next Legislature to se­
that many Sioux will accompany
cure the lvpeal of tho railroad law,
ENGLISH BANKRUPT STOCK.
them.
and urges them to resist it.
75 piii-esAll Bool Fine Empre»*» Cloth, 50c
A woman has been arrested at per yard.
Tlie rail tor* l war concerning rates
Bennington,
Vermont having in
ot passage for immigrants, which
charge a child answ ering to the de- )
opened in March last, has just, been
scription of Charley Ross. The
ENGLISH RANKRUPTSTOCK.
I n the new building, corner of Oak and
brought to a close
The combatants
child was taken to the telegraph of-
<¡2 Ps. All wool French Merino, 75c per Elm Avelmes, opposite the Cougre
were the New York Central and
gatiimul church, Forest Grove, Oregon,
lice and questions were asked him
J[mi.ion River, the Erie and Penn­
which were dictated from Phihulel* j
------
sylvania railroads. Recently the
railroad agents took measures tend­ plna. He answered these correctly j j'N’G L IS H BANKRUPT STOCK.
yards Fancy DreS8 Goolis, 25 cents
ing toward a reconciliation, and af­ and at the conclusion a telegram
has unpacked a large and well-select««! stock
ter considerable discussion it was re­ came from Philadelphia, instructing per yard,
of
of Holies here to detain !
------
solved to roster« the old rates which |t!ie
have not been in operation since " ,e " ° maU am' C,' ild- The ,,ncle of ! E X G L I M IIAXKUVrTSTOCK.
D R Y GOODS, CLOTH ING, HATS,
March 2£. This increases immi­ I Charh v Ross w ill he here to-morrow 52G French Felt Skirts.
F A N C Y A RTICLES,
grant fare to the west more than ten to identify the child. The boy savs
per cent, and to some points more lie has two names, Charley ltess and
Charles Augustus.
i ENGLISH BANKRUPT STOCK.
ALSO
than fifteen percent.
bk
Bee Hive Store.
^1
m STORE! JLST O PEED !
A . H IN M A N
Ac.
The grasshoppers have eaten near-
('*ntd!sli Toilet SPREADS,
»Judge Morr's, counsel for Tilton,
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said he lmd never seen a case so lv everything in northern and south- |
strongly fortified at all points as ! " i!Stern Kansas. In Nebraska the During the Great SALE we will also sell
that of his client. He exhibited to. (’0111 l'1(lP *s totally destroy e«l
18 C imo » Rest American Prints,
Family Groceries and Provisions,
reporters several letters which passed
between Beecher and Tilton,to show
that down to May 10, 1870, there
was no vindictiveness on the part of
Tilton toward Bee«*lier. Morris also
showed a receipt of Win. Rage,dated
February 25, 1805), for a portrait of
Beecher, purchased by Tilton, and
now hanging at Moulton's house,say­
ing that in tlie following year(1870),
after Mrs. Tilton had informed her
mother of her guilty relations w ith
Beecher, her mother threatened to
cut the canvas into slits, and Tilton, j
unw illing to see a work of art ilc-1
stroyed, removed it to Moulton's,
where it still remains. Morris also I
said that Airs. Tilton’s statements
concerning her husband's cruelty his V
locking her in a room, his freezing )
and starving her, will he shown to j
he fictitious, anil if tliere he any in- j
sanity in the family at all,the charge |
will not be at the door of Tilton,hut
of his wife.
HARD WARE, CROCKERY
And tho route at this eml was — A ew ( h b ints liiilh hit.
column» of matter last week, and built over nioiiiit.uiii l idges 1500 to
now our tender sympaties goout to­ 2000 fett high, iinpassahle from
ward its “ divil.” The lie/Hjrter, in snow in winter, in order to have it
its new dress, looks quite handsome run thr iiigh the farms of rl'. R . Cor-
IO the
ami the good people of Yamhill I n(,li_us a,ld hi* little clique,while
The following is tlie latest in tlie
county ought to support Bro. Sny- j road euuld have been built over the
Philadelphia
papers in the boyabuc-
(Lde scitele i. route for one fourth the
dor for his enterprising spirit.
tion case. It shows how little prog­
—
—
— ■
1 money actually expended on the
U ntuck .—T he Sla/,-mnn editor 1 other, and been laid over tlie moiin- ress has been made in the solution
says that the T nocm ni ,» at would not ; tains through a pass a little more of the mystery: “ From news gained
private
publish the latest news on theBeech-1 than 700 feet above tho valley. in police circles and from
Tilton scandal. lie simply mistates j Most of the route would have run sources it may lie set down for aeer-.
us. W c did not nay so. It was on-1 directly on the old Military road tamty that ( liarlic Ross is in Phila­
ly tho ft o M ifv * that we refused to | with few obstacles to surmount oth- delphia, and if not he is very far
here, if the child lias been
puhhsli. McDonald's “ Faho” in- ! or than brush and fallen trees
It is from
moved
from
the city.”
dined to be fabulous sometimes we 1 said that the Colonel bou-dit up a
fear.
Two German war vessels w ill sail
i large part of the £20,000 bonds at
for
Spain on the Hth.
Ax tho dinner table in the hotel at lbi,'hv e< iits-on the dollar. Anil as
Amity the other day a («ranger s.iid dl< b°n«ls are drawing- ten per cent,
The French Assembly voted the
lie did not want the N ir N‘u-!lnrr.<i interest the Colonel is realizing the entire budget yesterday, and
tlie
in liouse,whereupon the “ sprightlv” ,lb’fc little interest of 2:>J. per cent. President declared the session closed.
and “ sensitive” editor of that sheet 0,1 *;1<: ( ; 4 'ital that he invested which
The Plymouth Church Investiga­
will ‘ <•
b Id him that he was a “ / ’«»«a/” , the "***
‘‘ ( 'nie out of the pockets of the ting Committee will hold another
It is reported that Moulton's state­
People of this State. Ami tho peo-
( iranger subsided.
meeting this evening for consultation. ment is already prepared, with tho
.o
¡ pie <«f the Ni hai« in country remain Members of tlie committee state that help of Gen. Butler. The services
The ninth annual meeting
O of the « i jsRut up iu th«
it is still uncertain whether Beecher of the latter gentleman, it is said,
Lutiate Park Association closed to- - v i t Î i
„ i n
, .
,
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...
. , ,
; 'Mtli onh a bridle path to this \ alley, will submit a written statement or have been ottered t«> Beecher. I lie
day.
(»ohlsmith Maul limit the best ; all
„n to till
c . ii fi., ,
, , of . . Ben
.
,r
*
tin pi!<*kcts
Holla-
submit to an oral examination. It is offer was not declined, but w as re-
time rn record, trotting a mile in :
^ m ;ilv , tV
....
! i,l.v ?» itiuiouil clnpie m this county, thought lie will be called on Monday plieil to with thanks.
2:15L Twenty
tnousan«! persons
.. .
1 . Sudi . are some of the methods of evening. It is said that the Com­
Aloulton said to-day that he had
were jireaeut.
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legislation for which the last Legis mittee may not give in a report till not said anything by tongue or pen
W k call the attention of our read- latum is responsible. In these road autumn, when many important wit­ to justify any one in assuming that
ers to to the adverthsemeut of the \ jol s instead of ajipointing aboard of nesses who are now in the country he was in the least degree unfriend-
I I oum hold Sewing Machine-, w hich (-'ninniissiontrs at £5 00 a day each and in watering places, shall have ! ]y to Beecher. In his statement to
appears in this number.
j the Legislature should have appoiut- returned and can give in their evi-1 the Committee he should character
T he liejtorlcr “ pie«l” a couple
• 4
THIS SPACE
FOB HOXTER
j
j
|
By tlie Piece, at lie per yard.
W U O L E R A I .t AN D R E T A I L ,
d*.
14 Hales Cahot A ,
By the Piece, at 10R per yard,
Tn fact, evcn-thing to be found in a first
class Variety Store.
«'{ Case s J loable Width Sheeting,
By the pie :c at 22R e per yard.
70 Pairs 10- 4 Grin/ Blankets,
$3 50 per pair.
45 Pair* 11-4 Mission Blankets,
£5 per Pair.
Mv goods were selected expressly for thi*
market and I shall always keep up a full
RHsortuient making
FASH IO N ABLE CLOTHING
150 heavy
Woolen Comforters,
£2 75 each.
a prominent feature in my store. My good«
nr«» all retr, my Salesroom la rye and tee//*
lighted, aud my
M. B. F o r th e a c c o m m o d a iiO n of
o u r C o u n try C u s to m e rs w e
h a v e p u r­
PRICES LOW as the LOW E S I
ch ased L A R G E S T O C K S of
liROlERIES, CLOTHING, &(!.
— A L L OF W H IC H —
To my forner customers and all ih
this
vicinity the invitation is to “ come and see.“
W e will sell at Cost.
We like to show goods whetheryou purchase
or not.
feel it would be an outrage to
the intelligence of the public to
comment on THESE price«* Interested
parties may “ pooh! pooh!” and say we Highest Market Price paid fbi Butter
and Eggs
cannot afford to sell so cbe»»p, but we
pledge ourselves t«> produce every arti­
(
cle at the price advertised-
B R A D E E V , A l A R S H & C O .*
General Importers
i>. H o x T E R h a s
so m a n y
cuKtonuTK nt his «toro all tho timo
that ho has no time to write an adveries-
ment. That ia what we call buuiiie s. Ufits.
W.
Corner First and Stark Streets.
Portland, Or.
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Forest Grot Or. Nov. 7, 1978
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