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gentleman. Hon. Lafayette Lane
\YiUi:uii B " » b « wi ’
is in tho city, to whom the Oregon
o iiiiu b u c k s f«»i’ sh I u
Mr. Ison has introduced a bill in
On Wednesday, we drove by the
The Republican members of the
ian recently ascribed the honor of uitizen of Salem, died at that place
' if a ro u m lo r oblig:iti<
Legislature from this county have the house which, if enacted, will light of the moon and over a certain work in Congress, claimed .Friday night, the 15»h mst.
plow ft r pi’ill te d b ilb
taken thcii political lives in their
J W . llu U r jr, of
by Mr Mitchell
Not tho least
The retiring Governor commuted!
it. S 'tlib:t(li iu ti»o ci
. . .
the sentences of nine pnsioners on;
own hands, in' refusing to go into bill provides for the collection o f a so-called, but which, at the present
conspicuous among tho notables is the |a(it Monday und Tuesday of his !
•I ytnuly K‘ h *
There is no
caucus and to support the caucus three mill tax, and also a tax of time, is miscalled.
»»!:»! ail g«* uwny Ua|
“ Col.” Hawkins. He is a self- term.
The hotels and private
nominee. In thus separating them
corrouj K indenco I
made man, and he adores Ids maker , Mr E. Farley and Col. Wesley
) to«» l:«to fo r pu
selves from their pat ty organisation, son between 21 and 50 years o f age, boarding houses are crowded, and
His presence is assurance of one Xoun* wtrB u ,l l .v Lurt b?_ bV mK'
away in Portland
they have burned the bridges be excejtt persons who are a public hundreds o f people have been roam
thing, that some hotel-keeper is last Friday.
[iri:* Milij^io iblllur
hind thbm. Whether their action charge. In the assessment for road ing the streets all night for want of
wore in t o m Sun<
going to get beat out of a boaid bill.
is wise-or unwise, there is nothing purpose«, no deduction for indebt beds to sleep in. We »rrived
We are indebted to the efficient jfour years, was drowned by falling
| M. Hull and Uucle
for them to do hut to go forward edness is allowed. Tho County the city about nine o’clock, and Assistant Secretary, Frank llod g ¡ut° the canal in Albany, on Monday,
J families uro ctuupi
iu tho same line. If they have
kins, for the printed reports. We
D R . W . CAPPS,
An Indian named Jack Kerns was
uoaily ov 6
made a mistake, it is now too late the several District Supervisors, concludeil to imitate Talmage and
called on Rocky Earhart and Ed. killed last week, about five miles
sotuo little '
to ret lie vc it. If they are justified having a due regard to the amount view Salem by gas-light. For the
Hirsch and the Governor, than from Eugene City, by another Indian.
in their action, to go to Mitchell o f taxes collected in the several dis first half o f the night wc found it
A j . Sludley ha* made
(Lato of Cincinnati, Ohio)
whom three more agreeable gentle The latter has been arrested.
for the st »ve in his oHict
now would hardly be less than a tricts, the condition of the road and sufficiently interesting, but it be
a s l o c a t e d i s d alla h , a nh n <J
Long and Bingham, accused of the
Will still be the Emporium of tho Latest and Best
men do not stand in number ten
Iu-» pritfesaioim! service« t > tho pou ^ ^ ■ 6 tove.
murder of Mrs. Long, in Salem, have
confession o f imbecility. A glance the amount of travel thereon. The gan to get very “ old ” and very
ttf residence, one Clock west of Ikiptiatc
local matters, the::
D allas , Oregon, March *.»8, lSe2.
been held to await the action of the
at the situation must convince election precincts are to constitute cohl towards the “ wee sma’ hours.”
grand jury, and, the offense not bo-
l o f ’ y dull.
every reasonable man of this. It the road »Usenet*, except such as are When the red-faced king of day
A lull will bo introduced appro- ling bailable, are in jail.
J. H . T O W N S
Holman, who In
is clear that tho roTolters have no
priating money for the State Fair j lion. Rufus Mallory, who went to
pell by his horse fall
i around again.
other motive than the defeat of Tiic Supervisors are to lie elected critical scrutiny into our sleepy Association. This appropriation is China some time since to examine
D A LLA S , OREGON.
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the subject of sago, was in Siogpore
Mitchell. “ Anybody to beat Mitch biennially, and arc required to give eyes, as if the old fellow himself asked
on the grounds o f publ.c bene-| tho
bear(1 f r0’m hiul> aml ^ rd.
i near Inde|[.»eiide!i
y'Fl'-K ON SUM, STREET, oppijJ
hadn't been off o.i a jamboree all lit. In reality it is only for private turning home by tho way of Suez
Court House. C' i ’ilcctiotiit mad« t j
ell ’’ is the central ¡»lea of the re bonds in the sum of ¡*1000 each.
oy and is jubilant.
The Supervisor is to have power night, we adjourned to Holtum's gam. The State of Oregon would canal
.T, Campbell will
bellion against party behests. The
Black, all wool. Armures,
Ì N. L. BUTLER.
¡farm implements a
Thomas E. Smith committed sui - 1
move is a purely negative one. It to employ such laborers as be may ri'staurant, where half a dollar’s have no tears to shed if the Fair
fek «m next Saturday
D A L Y Sc B T J T L I
is not a preference for some other deem proper, at not exceeding two worth o f breakfast apiece somewhat should never exhibit again. The cido in Portland last Thursday by j
Shaded Nerses. Fancy Melanges,
fr. and Mrs. Skipw.
taking laudrntiui. Ho was a man o . ,
paid a short visit
1 A t t o n u \ V N - a l -
candidate to Mitchell. If it Were, dollars per day, or if he thinks best relieved our aching voids. After a members of the Association have ; splendid physique, was iu good
Fine Diagonals and Brocaded Suitings,
ILL PROMPTLY ATTEND TO All
a failure to elect such a candidate may have any portion of the roads short nap, we are out taking notes. fa;|e,J in a precarious investment. hoaltb and uo cause is known for
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business entrusted to them.
! street, opposto Court bouse. Lullus.
| H k i acres of laud rec
might justify a return to the regu worked by contract. He is to re
THE STATE FAIR
The State has no right tc appropri the act.
| trotn Mrs. Mattie
lar nominee. But the voting shows
Is the subject of universal criticism. ate its money to make good their Frank Johnson and John McGregor'
gnics Nesmith, son
E. J. D A W N E ,
that the revolters are drifting about'services. Tne present law relating The display is said to be meagre, losses. W e hope the members will esenped from the Penitentiary last
oik County, haa'th
ilay of Jersey catt!
; a t t o r n e y - a t -L:
with only the one supreme idea of to road work is repealed by the bill. although the attendance is full. have the good'sense to lay that bill week. A reward of $75 has been of-
IniMis Harris inter
fereil for the apprehension of cither;
opposition to Mitchell. The vote By the present law, a delinquent | xhere ig
pCi|eral conipiaint at the
under tho table.
All colors o f Cashmeres.l a n d N o t a r y Publ
qing, and advertise
of the first two.
for George H. Williams is
not, we road tax, in default or property, i char„ e o f twenty-five cents required
PECIAL ATTENTION OIVKN
Ining implements fo
On the 8th inst Hon. Wm. Gallo
■ » * seriously.
We , i can be collecte»! as a fine in a crini- 1 to be
- - paid
- - - for a look at the races
to loan from 5 IUO to $- 2,600 or pern«m_
^ u bavu seen a suggestion soinc- way, of Yamhill County, was driving
late security. «Mice in Griswold'» tuildl
he side of the per.
The bill under discussion Thc races have been advertised as where that a revisory board ought a young colt which became unman
the l-;ti»k. Salt-in OCWVW*.
cu.n t oonceive that
te of lb S. White,
NOVELTIES! NOVELTIES! NOVELTIES!
men, who arc repelled from a sup- : provides no such method of collect- one of the attractions of the fair,
e on tho 23d, has 1
clear the laws made
the gig and severely, but not serious
D R . I. T . M A S (
port of Mitchell by the record of bis 1 ing the road tax.
and people look on the extra charge by each Legislature of ambiguities, ly hurt Mr. Galloway.
he attractions of tl
private life, will seriously contem- j We are very suro that this pro- as partaking of the nature of a and errors o f grammar an»l style,
ihanies’ Fair at
Tbe fees anil emoluments o f the
islature have takei
plate tho election, in his stead, of posed law is better than the present catch-ppnny. It is a sort of concert- From tbe faulty English in some of Multnomnh County Sheriff for the
» people away from
DALLAS, OREGO N .
Williams, whose domestic and pub one. That it is the best that can aftor-the-big-show affair. One day the bills now under consideration six mouths ending June 30th, are
r. A. F. Cherry,
(L a to of Eugene City and Slteridi
Gross earniugs, $11,858.26; total
uy foundry, diet
lic life lias been the subject o f so be devised, or that it is free from quite a number o f persons went by tho Legislature, the idea would allowance, $5,760.87; total
Artificial Teeth inserted ou rubber, very b
at lowest rates. Satisfaction guaranteed!
inst., and was t
much unanswered criticism. If one serious objection wc shall not a f around the fence and looked at the not seein to be a bad one.
refunded. Office two doors east of Jap.
iis county tlie foil
is quinine, the other is a decoction
Governor Moody issued his first
D allas , June 23, 1832.
races without depositing the re
¡ hr Jennie Rowel!
Hou. D. P. Thompson has present commission last Friday to R. \V.|
nvilla oil Monday
of Peruvian bark. In shunning money to the districts will, perhaps, quired quarter, and maintained
ed to the State a life size portrait of j Mitchell appointed Notary Public
lit of a v* ry plea*
E. R. S K IT W O R T H , (
the roek, they Would be getting give rise to criticism and discontent their places in spite of the mar Gen. Joseph Lane, valued at $750, i for Oregon, to reside in Multnomah STAPLE DOMESTICS, CROCK HIES, HARDWARE,
lome in this city
A T T O R N E Y --A T -
into the whirlpool. This is evi
p. R. Miller h
shal’s efforts to drive them away ts a graceful token of his regard for County, and T. IV. l ’ ittenger, Notary
mnd complete liii
dence to us that the first and orig ment. Our Representatives had As tho races are now independent the departed warrior and statesman. Public, to reside in Hillsboro.
for ladies and gt
H O O T S
A N D
The Prineville News says that the ] Tho business manager of the East
\o(itr> P u blic.
inal and only reason for the seces- something to say to the people last of the association, and made so by
supply of hay and other feed tor ' Oregonian is named Jackson. Hear
x embraces »ill si?
sion is found in the strong distate May about the road laws. We the continued demands of the stock is abundant this season, and I him: “ Donnelly, of the Bedrock
* . * a ■ rni . l •
_l . 11
A 1. ..in f , a • ian mrAWir /if .
liile returning fi
for Mitchell. That being the case shall expect them to use every ef higher moralists, the latter ought stockmen are well prepared to meet Democrat apells Jackson--Jaek(ass)
flight Dr. .1. N.
W ill 1 pra
practice iu all th e C ourts in I
A ll U business
intrusted to him prompt
o to upset his It
there can lie no yielding their po
not tobethc ones to kick at the extra grain yield will be a failure, from
I shall continue to import Sailer,
will stand to be similarly fixed Don-
sition. Having gone out from the one enacted.
charge. The present Fair demon various causes.
I 3 ' accompany ¡1
(koy)elly. The pot must not throw;
Lewin & Co.'s
3 -2 3 -m 3
ark, they must take the rain for j
fie small engine
strates that, whether rightly or
The average amount of mail mat stones at the kettle
le lai*,t winter has
forty days and forty nights and | House Rill No. 4 is to provide wrongly, the iaces form the prime ter leaving Redding for Oregon nnd
Mr. Sorrenson, in Chehalcm Val
FINF PHILADELPHIA BOOTS & SHOES, G eo . W. B eit ,
M . L.|
tile, (ho I'oinpnr.i
tru t to the future to land them for the government of the Oregon attrfJqion anj t}lc agricultural ’’ tho country north of the R. R. tormi-1 ley, had some two or three hundred
.nov* n use 011 the
nus, via Sacramento and Scott moun- bushels of wheat burned on Sunday,
as bright as a 1
high and <lry.
play is one of the myths. We con- tain roads, figures up nearly 4,000 the 10th inst., which caught from
B E L T Sc P I P !
firm of Elkins
We arc far from criticising the
that the practical benefits of lbs. every day. 3,500 of which b eiD g tho burning strav pile. Mr.
^e agents, lias bee
A T T O R N E Y S -A T -]
Sacramento m e r K.mberhn also bad a similar expo.-
action of the eighteen who are ernor, who is to be president o f the the annual fair are .mail. It af- ! tbe
j lence on tho Monday following,
Independence und Dallas. 1
Foster's Genuine Kid Laced Gloves.
standing out. The act has the mer Board, tlie Secretary of State and fords a rich harvest for the gam
» T iO T /p is
him .0 nil as nu <.*n
The employers of the Oregon i losing about 900 bushels of wheat.
| W ill practice in all tho Courts oft
it of boldness They have evinced ,
blers and thieves who congregate Itailwny and Navigation Company , A torchlight soap peddler was ar-
courage, and wo leave that matter bold meeting) monthly and are to here from eveiywhere. There are have surveyed the route through, and rested iu Pendleton last week, on
J H r . Henry Shoppi
couti-y for the sal*»
j. E. COOPER.
where it properly belongs, with j visit the asylum once every three some of the hardest faces to be seen taken possession of, Burnt River can -1 some chargo, while in the full flight 1
,bl|b... ! « He is
their individual consciences. In months. Bv tho Board are to be this side o f Tophet.
XitiE, Mi, and makes
line from Baker City to Snake river.
Anpiiii hi« books m
them is reposed the trust of elect- appointed the Superintendent of
As this is the only available pass,
5to«.k and Con»
T IIK SEN A T O R IA L CONTEST
like the campaign committees, use;
ing the Senator. We do not wish the asylum, who must be a grad-
vent the Oregon Short Line from more soap and got his money back j
^^■Phiiioor 1 1 croc
1 1 indicate a eh rie ■. B it they can uated phj’sician of twelve years’ Is of absorbing interest. The Mitch
of »• •» t il mtrresi t*i
reaching Baker City.
The Standard has nearly a column ■
not mw, with credit to themselves, practice, nnd one or two assistant ell phalanx is solid and determined.
Wori a F»anious Wi
Sir. Coffin, of Eastern Oregon, has article “ setting up” the fraudulent1
n of historical
vote for Mitchell. Should they do physicians according to the require-
come to Portland to claim the public I fortuno-teller, Madame La Prew. It
levee, as one of the heirs of the first jis a little peculiar that these exposes'
s >, t’ u whole insi it of their revolt,
yoov< ( man rhor.ld »
Gover owner. Tho title to this land was I always occur in tho city papers ufter
by »iviop I binkem
if it have merit, would be lost; 1 live years’ practice. The Superin it is
D afchtiis; Law Km
time - | | the
has t gono
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-------- away, and the |
while the blame of it, if it be blame- tendent is to be the executive of- nor Moody will name the next tho last Legislature quit-claimed the people have been gulled The ad ver-
L IV E R Y FEED & Si Hist- rv of the 1 nil*
pard in \v« cfliy of
able, would not be removed. Their i ficer. The Board is to audit all United States Senator. As the State’s interest in it to tbe Scotch rail tisemeuts tho bilks furnish don’t ac-i
iiefwtily bespeak for
J. G. DlBCRRY
II. J. QLAN DON.
liolduesa would then seem to have claims, which are to be paid by the Governor is suppose»] to be a Mitch way company. Mr. Coffin, Sr., was count for this reticence. Never—
himself before the Legislature and hardly ever.
been only hluff; their courage only State Treasurer, who is treasurer of ell man, and as the latter re admitted the title to be iu the State.
Glandoli A. DeBerry,
From tho Reporter wo learn that i
INDEPENDENCE, GR.’ ’ J n l 'c Smith a f«-
c > p u ttin g ; their apparent inde
Tbo city of Portland also claims the | a detective came all the way from j
ft&Sfli.A1 of Count
pendence only the first phase o f a 1 of the < lovem or is to be the Secre almost beyond question that he property and if it attempts to sell it I Arizona after a criminal called “ Poker !
v o t t i u})oa t!»o Go
weak arid unmanly vacillation. tary of the Board. The members of would bo appointed. The Gover
that an extensive law-suit w ill result, ,-illo. He put hand-cuffs on bis man,
And worse than that, there would the Board are each to receive ¡5400
ind at lower price* than have mied ■
lias I>cen made
Last May, says the Albany Demo- londed L iu in bis buggy and pro-
of the question coming to him for | crat, there came to Linn County a \ reeded on bis way borne. “ P oker,
n it l»e wanting those who have not j annually for their services,
Accoiuin oliati n,; Commercial r.
A I.L KINDS OF JOB \V >HK, BOTH IN WOOD Specialty.
decision, it would not take hint man wbo is called Williams, but Jack” jumped out at tbe nearost
1 I ihs not been
the onfidence in the unswerving
— —— r— —
-f*- arid Iron, done with Neatness and L'ispaLh.
whose real name is Poland. He was thicket and made bis escape.
r«> months, o;v
integrity of oik representatives j Tiic British have been “ making forty days to decide it. The accompanied by two women. He
HOKSKS BO ARDKD RKASOW
Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
’ e have received the supplement |
5 . Should til.
Notwithstanding eighteen révoltera are not combined purchased a farm near Sliedil Station, of W
that we have, who would attribute ; haste slowly.”
the Tiinos-Mountaineer containing ! Agont for tliu Luta A Ailams celebrated
loiutti deferred, tli
and the three lived in Mormon style. | the sermon of Rev. J. D. Fleuuer,
t'.eir action to a desire for private
Farm Idachiuery. Thu is paid for iu solicitation of Jnlv 15 1«8I 1
COOl’ f HI BItOV sutTer * Wc hope t
G LAN DON »* DcRF.KKY.
gain rather than for public weal. als, who occupy the editorial chairs be drifting about. Geo. H. W il One of the women was the wife of g or which he was cowhided l>v At-
th# 1 utter his insu
But We do not fear hut that our rep- ,r> Europe and America, the l'.ng- liams recciveil sixteen of the eight .man of Indiana. Mr. Pixlcv did seems to make a personal allusion is| Has constantly mi hand
H. W . L Y O N S ,
a large ami
rescntativc. will agreo with us in bdl officers seem to have known een Republican “ ou ts” on Tliurs- not know where bis wife was until i the following: “ Almost within the well «elected »tuck of
Main St., opp. Cmirt House, R
. »1. Good m 2
our views. They are confidently " ’iiat they were about. On the
for the purpose of getting her to sign mother holds empire of homo with
stock of dr
claimed by tho Mitchell men, but l - 1' 1 ¡« A , a determined advance election is seriously contemplated,
H . F . S M I T H , Pro|t
some papers. 5\ hen ho found her j the deathless souls of children iu her
g t» Mr. I
we believe mistakenly. But if we was made which took the Egyptian Juilge Boise received one and M. she was anxious to go back with him, keeping."
W i n d o w S lm d c N .
(I.Atc of Salem.)
having become tired of Poland. I ,
are in error, then it were better that forces completely l.y surprise, and j C. George one o f the two remaining
P ictu re F r a m e ,
I J AVI NO RECENTLY PURCHASED TIIF. SA
mail by the name of
D in Engoue
a millstone, politically .¡»caking, resulted iu their complete defeat. Republicans, these being our own
Wednesday, the 13 th
ISrnrlu-tM, ::tc. a line stock of
0 gentlemen <
had at all tines.
parents. I be other woman, Miss
Æit-Orders will ha promptly filled, and
should be hanged around the neck of They surrendered unconditionally Senator, Hon. J. D. Lee, who has \\ arner, bad a note for $2500 signed inst , was sent to “ flag” a train at a
. E. Goodmn
bridge over Cheooweth Creek, be and all wi>rk will b j done in a workman WINES, LIQUORS AND GIGARS.
io having w*
the one who let races his steps to tho and the wai is oil led. The powers voted continuously for Boise, and by Pixley. which she gave to bin to tween Boneville and The Dalles. He like manner.
‘ hall keep an orderly place and fut ni»h my patrons
keep. When Pixley and bis wife
pitee for se
Mitjiiell cam:», and himself cast into ari l the English government are Hon. Wai ren Truitt, who votes for
reached Portland he was arrested on had done this nnd had come up to! Next I»»«»r lu « luggcir * Sferwin.
D allas , November 18, 1881.
the s'_«a. The pe*iplc of Polk Coun now engaged in settling tho final George. There are bad men who a telegram from Albany, for the the bridge by the side of the caboose, __________ __
le City Gtt u
when the signal was given him to n * | | M n ] A | / a
ty must admire, if they do not coin- status of the Egyptian government, say that Warren is voting more for larceny of this note and brought get aboard. Ia attempting to »lo r L U l l l D l I n L t j V s r 'i J
iiv-ml, a brave an i independent act and the control o f the Suez canal. a vacauey in the lower House of back to Albany. On Miss Warner’s this he mnde a mis-step and fell a
V. 9. L and O ffic *. O rkoo * Crrr, >
,i__ . Co
»tating the fact as above, he was re-
And StotiiM Fittine:.
•rsgon, s»*pt. ft, 1882. i j
which is the rvunlt of a conacien- The war does not seem to have af Congress than to fill the vacancy ,#Med tnd left wi(h hj, ; ife on tbe distance of one hundred feet, with a
VOTL.’E is HEREBY OIVKN THAT THE FOL-
that will be made when Grover’s last steamer.
i > n opinion ; they will neither ad fected the price o f wheat here.
low W namad settler has filed notice of his in- I
T H E ONLY FIR. T ULAS* PLUMBING E3TAB tention
to make final proof in support of his daim,
mire nor commend a course evinc
and that said proof will be made before J. F>. Upton,
pendence last Friday most surprising
Natary Public for Oregon, at Oretown, Tillamook
ing. at the boat, a weakness; at the
Tlie boys are telling a g«xxl story ly brought to our notice the rapidity FORCE & LIFT PUMPS, BATH TUBS, County, on Monday, «ktohor Id, Mttt, viz:
namny, Pre-empt.on, D. S No. ZiAH, for tbu S. E.
worst, a crime. The Rubicon baa troduccd ids biil of last session for Mitchell, who is fine l»x>king and on one of the conductors on tho with which that town is improving.
j quarter of S. W. nuarter and l»«t ft of section Id, and
F.. ouarter of N. W. quart)
quarter of section SO, T. * 3.,
several new bricks have
boon crossed, and over it there is the prevention of cruelty to ani has a pleasing address. He is as Southern road. On that run the Not loDff
and ) U . . He low.
witnesses t.-» prove Ids enu-
mals. The doctor is the kindest, bland as if he were not in the hot
tinuoos resi.lon. * upon, an«l cuStiration f. said land
to dress in broadcloth or interview Jer Pjocess of construction four m ore;
a.., • ,» u ,i . , ..J?.,
Albert Fletcher and».'
most excruciatingly gentle o f indi
II. nock, all oi Oretown, Tiliannx>k County, Oregon.
a razor every »lav. On one of h ¡s !? ew brick bü*.1<1,D^ to be oecapM
I*. T. BARIN', kegister.
S alkm . August 11. ivyf.
The advanced olucators are mov viduals, but he knows vastly better mild hazel ej-e is watching the fight
by stores. The town indicates a gen
•t* w» re tw o fc
. . .
,ls era! appearance of thrift an 1 activitv.
ing the Legislature for an appro- how to compound drug* than he for the Oregonian, what time it is
s ime resalto
o u t f o u g h t a tramp scalin g a ride n „ bound to continue to be a good
Notice of Proof.
priatlon for a State Normal Sch»x<l does li >w to instruct farmers how not studying horseflesh and other on the front platfuyii of a Imggajjc town for trade, as it has the advan-
«g, 17, Thai
L ax » Orric«, Or.imox C itt , <>r.io»ix, )
for the education of teachers. This to take care o f their cattle. His things too numerous to mention. car. i unking him into the car, the (age» of both railroad and river trans-
U. ». Lt^D O rriri at Ottm x Cm 1
Mept. ui her 7, is m
«*s ho»,\ , a t;v MSI 1 - j.
V oTlU C I l HETIEBY O BE; T H A T THE FoL-
is only another piece of that fool efforts in this humanitarian project We talked t»> little Mr. Wilbur, of tramp was subjected to a p e r f e c t portation.
V '. t u ) i.< Hr.iu. 1.1 . h k . ni.’.T i i . f . r-.t
n ty », to m.tkn
fc y l »
ishness for which the aforesaid ad are creditable to bis affectionate old Clackamas, v.l.ose constituency re broadside
. . . . of invectives. L x-kingi
. ‘ "is
(¿nile an accnlsnt occurraJ last
I r l< ’V'.".....
r* miles HO Si 11
J m]M *
7lh rf Octob«
vanced educators have l>e< n so long livait, but his venerable head is not turned him this, the second time, to
careful glance, taking bun in from .pendent, while the Matteson, Gilpin
v,/ A •’
noon, the fol
remarkable. It nhould be undcr- •o hard as tho hearts of those who a seat iri the House. He is for head to f>>of, remarked : “ Cheese »t, L i R .l.ton threaher wa. at work rt
and Ralston thresher was
at ; i.sirth .V s: k : i..»rtho, s w io.ir»h i s^Îwî, n
«me cow n
H« nun. 1 Wlowinx w itne~n to pre.o con
stood that the best disposition of will “ set down " on his little bill. Mitchell. W ilbur hails originally cu ll; the conductor will hear you Wm. Gilpin's place in Waahimrton i *”1 Ll1? ;1
“ 0'1 » .T » a. a. i.. v. h , tlluKi'i.
r<..t.lcncc n,w.n. .ml < nltiratinn nmul c
*n. Öre Joa
*■ ** ^ .'‘’J ! '« 1-°« hn.!cr heU U ,m utt. H.rvcv »»till.’
tlie public money in »cltonl matter. 1
from the same State that haJ the
no .ml TlK.ii.-ii »Intarlo, Ul ,.l Ihühu. polk Conni.
was led back into a passenger coach had been placed in a bundle of gram
in LanJ; c
L. T BARIN, Redolor.’ '
is to enable tiie c.iildu-n of the com
n is not »Ieemed
ieemed unworthy of questionable honor of entitling our and carried to his destination, and amt as it went into tbe machine it ------
, without ir.it
L. T B ARIN, He «.«tor.
moil people to learn the three Us. telegraphic notice that tho Prvsi- own colic period. He is a part of now that conductor blacks his shoes made a report like a gun and threw
Dr. J. B. JOHNSON
Al! beyond mat is,a waste. A jd ,.nt has actually rid»lon twenty the “ Solid South,” but haa always and dusts off his clothes at least Sam Gilpin, who was feeding, about
fifteen feet, landing him on his bead
D F N T T ttw
” F-*KnV GIVEN t h a t on MONDAY,
i«1 School ia a
thing, but mile* in a common farmer's wago" belonged to the fluid portion— being once a day.— Cincinnati Gazette.
and shoulders. At tbe instant th e, . . .
w . 1 W , the B ««rd o f Eutial*Kiti..n for
the trachee» whoa re its beneficiai ies I and actually was not ashamed. a Republican in whom there ia no
l k L.»unty will »ttend At the offic* o f th.> G o u t y
explosion took place the separator '
™«“ ™e.l *o Independence to ^ Clerk
o f Polk Pornity, and P1
i uMi.-ty examine the A»-
Shiloh e V itaiizer is what you newt for
put Up for it.
H»»ll for « kid eor.ntv
J for . the yt
O f course h i* nativity Conttipatio*, lx » « ol Appetite, Lizzie**»
Why should he be f As good men guile.
n il . —
to tha ground without them being a epeeially.
A" pvmoio inWfootod
W. C. Mr*r, of Acbland, baa * as be U rid* in farmers’ wagons
abla to tare any part of it. Fortu
that w rif hi 1580 pound*. a vary day.
T* j U o Î l À veb P,M
, is, in general. 1 very level-headed J>p B VMUr, Dallas
nately no on* wa* seriously injured np stairs.
DsWH S ^ u î T î ï ï i 0' fU"‘ CWU,*r’
T in :
The W h ite B r ic k
DRESS GOODS AND N O V ELT IES ,
LADIES’ AND GENTS’ FURNISHING COODS,
GOODS HRIM t AND PRICES BEDROCK!
A t the W hite Brick, Main St., Dallas.
S. W. ALLEN,
FIEST CLASS TURNOUT*,
BARBER SHI I
S P R IN G
Notice of Proof.
Nolica cl Proof.
To lh* Tax-Payers of Polk County
) » * > -r O’“ 1” Si TOtSiySSTSi. Sr g
<» Vsnduyn Smith t new brick,