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(rsoM oca tractAi» coasr«roNOEirr.)
A f*nU*m*n of this city who for
T hs Senatorial question lias betn so
Salem will have a new national bank in jr u n b u boon tHorn « riè» « ulular
Mi»» Lizzie McLouch is teaching School absorbing, that, beyond the introduction
L l AB, HATl’ UDAY, SE P T . M , W Ì .
of a number of bills, legislative work operation in a few weeks.
the influence of liquor, *iul wItone
Sam NVatkius has opened a beer shop j at Forest Grove.
Water in tho WiiUinctte is very low» red noee and bloated figure «tamped
in Old Town.
Capt. Connor makes occasional trips has I kjuu »low. At the Republican cau
cus, held oil Monday night, only M out of ami but few boats running. There is one bina a * an iuobriute, bad gone home
I T ¡'.M S I \ U B I C F .
Tim »urvoy of the Droponod ditcli is #1- with hie ox team.
tho whole number of 64 Republican» at steamlMiat in course of construction at the
to biu wife and children in hie tomai
Elder Stipp, of tkiu9 lu ll preach at 4
tended. Mitchell received the nomina Salem yard», ami will be ready to launch
Hot term went to 1‘ortUml on Tlium-
condition. He waa not nnkind in act
The City Dads are making extensive V . m . , t o - m o r r o w .
tion on the first ballot, only two voles be in about four week».
or word. It wan hi« delight to |>lay
Jordan Purvine has gone to tho Bishop ing cast for other candidates, tu-wit, one
Tlie first week i f the session passed
,i weather is imtiinally warm for
for Failing and one for Dolph. The away without anything being done beyond at gaineu with hi« little one«, uh he
Our streets are «till made lively by the Scott Grammar School, Portland.
We were reminded of Goldsmith's de eighteen who refused to go into caucus an organization of both houses, which was wan able, and to entertain them with
passing of wheat wagons on route to the
u W ilium Unwinaii'» adveitieemoiit various warehouses.
are Waldo, Davenport, Yoorhees, Gilbert, accomplished the first day without > n y wonderful storie«.
serted village during tho post week.
luriuu liu ik i for Bale,
On (hie occasion the fumily were
There has not been tho amount of travel Bleakney, Ford , Jones, Higdon, aud dissension worthy of notice.
I he brick work on the new brick build
Baughman, of Marion; Ready and Garter,
fe uro uiuler obligation» to Hon Rob ings is completed and they will be ready by this place as on former Fair weeks.
The Polk County delegation is made all together in the Hitting room, and
of Bouton; Lee, T ru itt, Patterson and
£liiw f. r |>i illicit b ill'
to be occupied in about ton days.
Mrs. Frank Cook, of McCoy, came over Hawley, of Polk; Sharp, of Clackamas; up of gentlemen who Attract attention the usual games having been played,
J . W. liuLr.y, of Lafayette, pasa-
/jolla, daughter of Leander mid Eva on a visit to Mrs. W. H arm am 1 Mrs. Nichols, of Wasco, and Juasup, of Yam among the crowd, as men win» quietly a t little Freddy, a lad of about six year«
je t Nilil. all. in tbu uily.
Stauuus, aged 7 yeais, died at the Belt Franklin.
hill. M itchell, therefore lack» ton votes tend to business, and know how to look of age, bad climbed upon his father's
after tho interests of their constituents. knee, and was asking him ail sorts of
v 1,0,1 y goes to Mnanu foritont.il House Friday, tint lf,tli inst.. of typhoid
Mr. Jo h n Phillips lias treated Ins house to elect him.
fever, and was laid to rest in Monmouth to a new roof. Tho work was bossed by
and all go away Ua|i|>y.
boyish questions. Ho talked as n
The Democratic caucus, hold on Mon They will make a favorable mark.
Mr. Claggett, of Independence.
r ,orri«|.oinbii,o troiu Moiimoutb
Theie is present about the usual lobby, child, of what he would be when hu
day night nominated Judge Prim, .the
»•oil too litu for ¡.ublailtloll III till»
Mr. Andrew Ennis, of the McCoy ho vote on second ballot being Prim, 23; but it is noticeable that the member» and was a big muu; asked if he would be
ing the funeral ceremony.
tel, was upon our streets tho other day. Bonham, 8; Fenton, 2. A resolution lobby a r e systematically starving the sa like papa, uud, finally, after u long
Wo were mistaken when wo said, in our
binding members to stand by the nominee l o o n - k e e p e r s , as there is not a tithe of*
lias Maogio Butler and Mi»» W»tor- noto of last week, that tho high school Andrew seems to be progressing finely.
the usuf.l quantity of liquor drank—every aud serious look into bis father’s
T i e Daily Standard takes a pleasure to the last was voted down.
k> were in to rn Sunday, visiting Ml». opened on the 13th inst. We are informed
ce , w
eiy shade of childish
Tho standing committees of the Senate body sober and apparently on business,
trip via Salem, while it should como the
that it will not bo opened until- after the way it is addressed, via McCoy. Some and House are as follow»:
So prosperous i . the capital city th a t! cu rio sity ill bU voice ^aud R lan ce, put
M. Hall ami Undo E J. l>e L u ll mutt State Fair. We fail to see just what the
t h e r e is n o t a v a c a n t residence oi business to him Ibis bewildering query:
familie» are camping on the fair public schools of this county have to cto body is at faint.
“ Papa, when I grow up to be a
house to by had at any price. This state
with the State Fair, or the converse.
of things has given a new impetus 4« mnn w ill mv horo be red like yours,
nearly over in this county.
Mi .s Hattie Claggott met with a very
Ways and Means— Hirsch, Hall, Daven building enterprise, and before winter sets and my face all swelled? ’
0 ia some Httlo wheat yet to be distressing accident while visiting in tho this afternoon, at 3 p. m . , and preaching
in there will be set-res of bouses built and
Ah! Why should his arm« so quick
| to-morrow, at 1 1 a . si ., by tlio presiding port, Dorris, Clow.
country last Friday. In alighting from | elder.
ly draw that boy to his breast? And
Elections—Tyson, Pennington, Clow. occupied.
Jr. Shelley has made a new foundation the buggy in which she had been riding,
The celebrated Clow bill has been ip- why should his tears ilovv and his
Claims—Jessup, Dorris, Hoult.
Mr. J . B. Franklin and A. J . Glenn
fhe store in his otti •*, and lias polished she jumped into a ditch and sprained her
Corporations- Waters, Tyson, Haines. troduced again, and, in some form, will voice tremble as he replied in words
ankle so badly that she will bo unable to
probably pass during the session. It pro
C o u n tie s — H a ll, H e n d ric k s , S te a rn s .
i improve Mr. F ’s claim and make pivpara-
and tones that made the mother's
L local matters, there is unusual quiet bear her weight upon it for some time.
Military Affairs— Waters, Wright, Sig- vides fur a pro rata interchange of freight
| tion to move his family out in a couple
by common carriers, ami is such a law as heart glad :
3 ek. Our exchanges are uneom-
Our townsman It. R. Parrish is to be j of weeks.
Tim« «»y house ¡South oí'
has been passed and is being enforced in I “ No, Freddy, please God, you
commended for the pride and public spirit
Commerce—Simon, Reed, Sigliu.
i The most of our farmers staid at home
' won’t be like me when you get to be
Education—Jessup, Colvig, Cautliorn. several of the States.
[at: Holman, who hud his collar bone which he lias exhibited in Fixing up and 1 and put in their summer-fallow, instead
Engrossed B ills—Starkweather, Waldo,
Tlie work of improving our city water j a man, and neither will your father,
en by hm horse falling with him, hist improving I he streets adjacent to his prop ; of going to the Fair. Sensible farmers.
Tho improvmonts made were
work» is going rapidly forward. The' my son, be so any loDger, for from
t, is around again.
both important and expensive and have ; It will pay you best next fall by reaping
plan is to furoo tlm water directly mtu the ! this hour ho will lead a sober life.”
S. Elkins tliits week sold Sum Coad’a
greatly added to iho appearance of the a good crop.
and Highway«— Davenport, mains on the plan of the Holly works, as j “ Be like hipi!” He had not thought
near Independence. Sam has the
Mr. Wyeth Harris, J . P., is practicing Myers, Wright.
throughout the l ast, and to tear down ' Qf that beforo, aud the bare uossi-
ey and is jubilant.
Public Lands Gates, Silers, Steams. the two dilapidated
V/. N. Smith, who has been renting G. the acrobatic feat of tying a knot—con
unsightly re»er- biljjy staggered him. All the love
l ,T. Campbell will mo I! a bit of stock
Reed, voir» now in use by the company.
W. Whitenkcr’s plate near Monmouth, verting a bachelor into a Benedict.
farm implements at liio farm on Salt
j in his father's heart cried out. against
Py and by Hoult.
will sell all his personal property at public Poor batchelors, eleven.
&k tin next Saturday.
.» , fate. . Tit«
UR MR. BETTMAN HAS JU S T RETURNED FROM SAN* F R A N C E 1
Mining— Humphrey, Sifers, Prim.
saloon the 10th inst., and move to town only ten will be left.
raised >o much v. heat beforo in any year. such
, \ his , 1 pride,
a choice line of
Railroads—Colvig, Yoorhees, Bilyeu. The yield «as immense, the weather was j lno hhout wtth a bloated face and
We were glad to see that your corres
to reside in the future. He says a man
paid a alu>rt visit to thoir daughter, can’t pay rent mid sell wheat at the pres pondent at Porrydnle has awakened from
Printing—Tyson, W aters, Cautliorn.
most favorable for harvesting and hauling i poisoned breath. No, no, he was not |
L.. Pipes, ihi i week.
Public Buildings—Voorhces, Jessup, to granaries, and the result i», fanners are 1 prepared for that. Never before had |
ent low prices mid accumulate much his slumbers, but sorry that he is not in
m'-'-i E. Miller has sold to .Samuel (-«»ad wealth.
mostly out of debt, have plenty of money, j he so clearly reflected on the boys— |
Assessments— Lee, Starkweather, Hen and money lenders are seeking loans at | the boy growing to manhood and
K s .) acres of land recently purchased by
At a special meeting of the Board of trouble him so much.
from M i Mattie Bui rd.
Mr. and Mrs. P. F . Clark have gone to
Trust ees on last Tuesday evening 8. W
nine per cent.
[ honor, affection and reason camo to '
,mes Nesmith, son of the ex-Senator, Smith, J . A. Wheeler, »T. D. Irvine, W. the coyst. Tho Captain wished us to be-
An old company, to whom a charter | the rescue. The child had prr-nched |
,<dk County, has'the largest and fittest C. Richardson and Geo. W. Belt were ap
was granted some years ago, is reviving 1 a sermon no oratdr could deliver.!
pointed a committee t*» draft a bill, en j salmon, ko on and so on. We may have Bruce, Whitney.
>lay of .Jersey cattle at the Fair.
the question o. building a bridge across , an(j jnu0eet)C0 and ignorance bad
,mcs Harris intends to discontinue
tho U .lla'uette nver at thia pUce. Some i accomphshod whftt Earning and D
Rev. W. C. King, of Wisconsin, lias Veateh.
,,ing, and advertises a lot of stock and the Legislature now in session. Old
. Itnrl , nmuxl
, nr. . in
. rn in
. . «are
. - cmsidering the matter
, . of , . Irtcfin
niiiR implements f«»r sale at public auc-
taking hold of it. Tho proposed struc |
Judiciary—Farmer, Ford, T ru itt, Ison, ture, if built at all, will be of iron and on “*
words ~ went * home.—Cedar Rapids
At the laat meeting of the Board of Lodge of Good Templars, and will shortly Whitney.
a new plan, lately patented.
he sale of the personal effects of the Ti no tees the Marshal was instructed to : commence in this county. Give him a
The State F a ir is grinding along some
tc of Ik >S. White, advertised to take cause several nt?w cross-walks to he built, | cordial welcome when lie comes, as he is
“ Does it, after all, pay to lio hon
what in the old fashion, but with tlie
e on tlio 23d, 1ms befen postponed un to cause all cross-walks within the town | laboring in a g *od cause.
est?” a disap point »d young man
Tho Ballstoti Band gave us a call on
limits to be graveled and to notify*property
Roads and Highways--W ilbur, Faul- present fine weather and the extra crowd writbs. No, my sot», not if you’re
attracted by the session, it is proving the
'he attractions uf tho Fair at Salem the owners that ail grading and graveling “Monday la st; they treated our citizens to coner, Hayes.
honest for pay, it dosn’t. Not i f !
chanics’ Fair at i*ortland0 and the heretofore ordered by ordinance must be some fine music. The boys made a fine
Engrossed B ills—Stewart, Hawley, greatest State F air Oregon ever had. It
j appearance* and no doubt the band was Nover.
is hoped the suu-ess this year will place you are honest merely because you j
islaturc have taken quite a number of completed by the oth of October.
In obedience to on ordinance passed by 'o n e of the best® at the’State Fair. Old
people away from town,
Enrolled Bills—Dufur, Rigdon, Curtis. \ tlie society out of debt, and enable it to think it will pay; not if you're honest j
j Polk is ahead of any couiffy in th§ St^te
In all tho LatesC Styles,
Indian Affairs— Perkins
of Grant, make many needed improvements on file because you hate to be a rogue; iu-
r. A. F . Cherry, proprietor of the tho Board of Trustees a few weeks ago,
\ for music.
deed, my dear boy, it does not pay to
iny foundry, died at Albany, on the most of opr property holders are having
The people of our sister village, Lin- • Printing—Ready, Perkins of Douglas,
This, the second week, is being taken be honest that way. I f you can’t be
in a t., and was buried at Lewiavilie the streets adjacent to their property
¡covered with gravel hauled from the ! coin, were much disappointed the other Cyrus.
up on general figuring on the matter of honest because you hate a lie and
Ilia county the following, day.
I gravel bar on the river. Some, we pre- Ijdav. as they saw once more the welcome
Corporations«-—Plummer, T ru itt, Stan- United States Senator. A few hours are scorn a mean action, if you can t be
[¡ hr Jenn ie Rowell came up from Mc-
; sumo, prefer to have the work done, by sight of the steamboat;* but, alas ! it ley.
spent each day introducing bills, but they
inville on Monday.
She was the re
j the Marshal and to pay the extra cost and proved to be the government snag boat.
Commerce—Webb, Morras, Harris, are bills prepared before the meeting and honest from principle, be a rascal;
nt of a \tery pleasant surprise party at
It passed on by, without giving them as Parker, Nelson.
are receiving hut little attention after that, is what you are intended for, and
[1 1 omo in this city on Monday evening,
their presentation. There will be a rush you’ll probably succeed at it. But
Counties—Sharp, Jm ies, Kizer.
We regret to learn that Geo. W. Bobior much as a blast of its whistle.
p. R . Miller h«s just received a
Kefations — Kelly,
Moses, of business, already on hand, when the you can’t make anybody believe in
Dr. Roberts will officiate at the dedi
| lias sold all of his property here and that
and complete line of shoulder braces,
solons get around to it. -
honesty that is bought and sold like
; he, with his family, will in a short time cation services of tlio Oak Grove Church, Hindman.
for ladies and gentlemen. They are
O - r o c e r i e o , u s t o ., s i t e .
Mining—Brown, Stanton, Fuiry.
start for Ohio, where they will reside in on Saturday, September 30th, at the hour
Sister Dr. W att has abandoned his merchandise.
lie most approved patterns and his
Public Lands—Patterson, Hunt, Dun land office duties to look after the more
the future. Mr. and Mrs. Bobier go to of 3 P. M., and the dedication sermon will
; embraces all sizes,
The latest device for swindling is
I < )hio at the earnest and oft repeated request be preached by the Rev. II. K Hines, of bar.
important matter of getting a prohibitory
bile returning from Salem on Tues- of tlie aged parents of the latter,who reside Portland, at 11 a . m . , October 1st. Rev.
Internal Improvements Sappington, amendment to tlie constitution submitted under cover of an advertisment, “ To
All bought at figures enabling them to sell
bight I)r. J . N. Smith had the mis- in that »Stale and who desire to have their Roberts wiil preach at 3 p . m . the same I Carter, Moss.
to the people. Sister Duniway is getting those just married or contemplating
mo to upset his buggy, but fortunate- children with them during their declining day.
Public Buildings— Ford, Carson, Rice. ready to saddle tho ineasurq with her fe marriage,” promising to send for one
iseaped without injury to himself or years
male suffrage bill. I t is not improbable dollar,to any address,“ carefully seal
Mr. Henry Sterling, of Eola, was here
:ly accompanying him.
that both measures will be quietly taken ed aud secure from observation a
1 Prof. Flartsoii, principal of the Old in the fore part of the week, looking for
small engine that was burned at Town school, contemplates delivering si a couple of fine brood mares, that he sup
up, without the assistance of these dis
work which no newly married couple
last winter has been repaired by Ed. course of lectures at. different points in poses were taken out of his pasture on
tasteful lobbyists, and presented to the
should be without,” etc. Hundreds
pie, tho company's machinist., and is the county during the coming Fall upon Sunday night. One of them is a sorrel, ing of the rights of women to file on people for their rejection or approval.
in use on the passenger train. It the subjects of Russia, Turkey, and Ire and the other a brown, with two white land, says: A single woman must
An important bill, evidently prepared of letters came, each containing the
j as bright as a hew dollar,
land. His lectures will be a historical spots on the forehead, and a ring mark, j bo twenty-one years of age to file on with great cave, has been introduced, dollar. To each address was sent a
All kinds of Country Produce taken ut maikct rates. Examine o tr
ic firm of Elkins & DeLoshmutt, real treatment of the subject and a discussion | caused by a saddle. There are other com- j land. A widow under twenty one which in effect, declares mortgages to be cheap Testament, costing, with post
,e agents, has been dissolved, Mr. De also of the manners and customs of the plaints of losing horses. I f horse thieves ! years of age can file on laud. A real estate, ami makes them taxable in age, about teu cents. And it would Stock and Prices and you will be satisfied.
mutt retiring. Mr. Elkins will cou people of those countries. The Professor are around they had better look out, as | married woman who is the head of a tlie counties in which the mortgaged prop be haid to sav wherein it “ did not
«RTTM AN & RO SEN BLA TT.
th« business, and we recommend has delivered h»s lecture upon Russia at the people's patience has about given out family by reason of desertion by her erty is located. This bill will receive de fill the b ill.”
D a i t . a s , Oregon, September 8, 1882.
to nil as an energetic and reliable several different places in this county and and Judge Lynch will be called on.
termined opposition, but it is likely to
husband, or whose husband is a con
Forty thotisaiul good »hakes for solo,
we hear it highly spoken of.
pass in some form, as the question was
firmed drunkard, can file on land.
put in issue in several counties prior to cheap. Apply to J . M. Campbell, Dallas.
_____ Henry SI,o,.| and is canvassing the
the election. There is room for our wise
co u ity for the sale of a number of vain
Attention is called to the fact that Mr.
heads to show themselves while discuss
able I- >ks. lie is an old and respocted
W. H. Grant, of the well known firm of I.
P IL E S ! P IL E S! P IL E S!
■HEREAS, W ILLIAM SIMMONS
ing this intricate legislative problem.
citizt i, and makes his living canvassing.
Tho writer had the pleasure of visiting G. Davidson, the leading artist of Oregon,
A m ji.g I im books are the Cyclopaxlm of
The City of Salem Mills Company is
judgment of and aguiust G . TV.
B u ck s! B u ck s! B u cks!
Stock and Complete Stock Doctor, a this school, which is number 51, on tho one week and will take orders for en-
pushing forward the work on their new
DeBonl, defendant, in the Circuit Cooit
invaluable to farmers; Ireland To-
mills as fast as men and money can do it.
l.ir:deg from photograph to India Ink and
Polk county, Oregon, on the (>tL day of
All persons indebted to of
IX MERINO RITCKH FO R SA LE, C H E A P . AT
Pioneer Heroes and Daring Deeds, Many of tho parents and young people Water Colors. When contrasted with
December, 1881, for the cam of $276 44,
A hnre Cure for Blind, Bleeding, Itch The new warehouse, with a capacity of
ply a t once to
^H >v> ff it, . i .< to the old Bottler; The were present and manifested much inter the photographs this work is said to be ing and TJIceruted Piles has been discover holding 200,000 bushejsof wheat, is about
with interest thereat* since sniridnt* at tbo
tlie undersigned- will call rate of 12 per cent, per Hiiuam. together
Woyl l'a Famous Women, a valuable col
The artist, catches a ed by Dr. William,(an Indian Remedy,) finished, and already grain is being stow
est in tlieir school and were evidently simply beautiful.
lectl» n of historical portraits of women;
with $72 95 costs nnd accruing costs, an.I
true liheiffeasand it is changed from a dull, called D r. William's Indian Ointment.
1 Road to W ealth, 8 book ererj much pleased with their young teacher, unmeaning photograph to a life-like ap A single box has cured the worst chronic cased with heavy corrugated iron, and
and settle their accounts whereas, said judgment was declared t.>
be a lien on the hereinafter described
( man ;ln»ul«l lead; Living Thoughts Mr. It. F . Robinson, who has just closed pearance.
No made as nearly as possible fire-proof.
People having friends or cases of ‘25 or 30 years standing.
from and ¡«iter the 8th day of
ving Thinkers;0 How t > Live; Eve’s his first school.
relatives whom they wish to retain their one need suffer five minutes after apply Brick work on the new mill is progress
in full hy October 10th, property
November, 1881, and whereas, execution
ing tlris wonderful Boothing iradic^ne.
htefrir, Law Encyclopaedia; Industrial
D A L L A S, OGW .
Tho exercises consisted t f reading, likenesses, wity do v. pll to patronize Mr. Lotions instruments and electuaries do ing rapidly, and it is said the entire
on sniff judgment and
ry of the United Stat
bidding will be* enclosed and the ma
Davidsonv3 agent, Mr. W. G. Grant, in
1SS2, as I must ha^e mon , to me directed issued
jih Sheriff’ of said Countv
rthy of patronage, which w e spelling, decliflniing, singing, etc? A con stead of trusting their work to irrespon more harm than good. William's Ointment chinery all set by tho first of January
ami Stale, I have levied upon at id will noil
cert reading was a notable feature, and sible foreign agents, and in doing so keep absorbs tho tumors, allays the mtense next. The woolen mill building will
peak for him.
ERMrt H EM IN SEPT EM i.E » ; . i o2, ANprr.E-
at public nnotHni at the front A o o r of the
iteliing, (particularly at night after get hardly be put ur this fall for want of brick.
ru ary 6, 1883. Tuition in the .eatlcmy, Twenty- ey to buy goods.
careful drill in this very important sub your money in circulation at home. Mr.
Court House in Dalia n in naiff c aunty nnd
ting warmna bed,) acts as a poultice, gives The plans have been changed and tiie
•Grant intends making a thorough canvass instant relief, and is prepared only for
vance; ami in the P rep arato ry, T a . ¡it;. Huliar., a
ject was manifest*, to all.
Thanking the people for State, on Saturday, September 23, 1881,
y ear, ur Five Dollar : a q u arter, in advAitte.
at one o'clock r. m . o : sa id ff ay, all the
mith a few weeks ago resigned
Piles, itching of the private parts, and
F o r fu rth er (»artit ulur» apply to
Thu picnic dinner was ju st such a din- j
This requires a very large building, and
Do not let him pass without examining for «'»thing else.
S. A. K VNDLK, I\:»cipal.
right, title ami interest which th<
of County Judge, and it de- ner as our country cousins know how to 1
his specimens of*work.
W. DoBord huff in or i t the following de
Lead whftt the Hon. J . M. Coffinberry
dl» Hi. i the Governor to appoidfc his get up. it was the work of the ladies,
premises from ami after the 8th
of Cleveland has to say about Dr. Wil
Notwithstanding the resigna- and wo3 a fine preparation for the full en- j
day of November, 1881, to-wit: Lots No.
liam’s Indian Pile Ointment; I have this fall and everything put in readiness,
tln iirln c ««liven Away.
a . f
seven (7) nnd < i ;ht (8) in block No. four-
used scores of Pile Cures, aud it affords as far as possible, to push the work to
has been made for several weeks,the joyment of the festivities that followed. |
The fairest proposition yet brought to j
siinrc a portion in the fu- t * * n on in the town <>r imfti.«idt»c*.
ntment has not yet* boen made, But all things have an end. The school our notice, is now made by the proprietor» mo pleasure to sav that I have never completion early next season. This com
found anything which gave such immedi pany is an important accession to the FARMING IM I L O ENTS
has not boen a term of the Court master called in his little flock. The | of Dr. King’s New Discovery for Cou-1 ate and permanent relief as Dr. William’s business of Salem.
ture, I am very truly,
f o r S r o mouths, owing To .Judge Sm ith's committee awarded the prize, made to the , sumption, that great remedy which is pro Indian Ointment.
A n d S to ck .
ducing such a stir all over the land by its
Should the appointment be much pupil showing the most improvement in , many marvelous cures; positively curing
nu»: h i m i '
H. 8. SM ITH .
receipt of price, $1.00.
Asthma, Hay Fever, Bronchitis, Dry
ir deferred, the public interests will writing, to Mary Buoy.
A VINO CONCLl'HKD TO m sC C N T IN I'F. FAlt.xl
Hodge, Davis & Co., wholesale agents,
lxr I, 1882.
iiqr, I will offer for aalc a t Public A uction, on
Hacking Coughs, Severe Colds, Croup,
The State Legislature of Oregon
* We hope tho Governor will give
Tho parting hymn was sung by Mr. Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Difficulty of Portland, Oregon.
th » i. utter his immediate attention.
• T iii'tu ia y , O c t o b e r 1 « , IK S !!.
Robinson and the Misses Elia Hallock, Breatbing,Phthisic, Quinsy,or any chronic
time aud State funds in party wrangle
or lingering disease of the Throat, Chest
A t m y farm , one and one-half miles cast of Dallas,
Anna Hallock and Mary Kimball.
A lter All Dlsr Hml F ailed .
or Lungs. They do not ask you to buy,
Good-by’s were said, and in company but request you to call on Jasper R. Miller,
arc informed that Messrs. S. E.
S anta C lara , Cal., May 3, 1881. •
HORSES, STOCK & BEEF CATTLE,
and ’ J . Goodman have purchased the with our young friend, the teacher, we Druggist, and get a Trial Bottle free of
II. II. W arner At Co.: Sirs — I suffered ettll oil the attentiou of the people’s
Sli»‘cp , llo g s. P ou ltry ,
from Catarrh of the Bladder for three representatives from the needed care
stock of drugs and modicinea be- walked back the four miles to town, feel
regular dollar size bottle will do. As you years. I employed the best medical aid ful supervision of grave subjects to
»g t> Mr. L. Robertson, of Inde- ing well paid for our visit.
W agon, H ark, Plow*, H arrow *, Mower, and m any
value your existence you oaunot afford to to be obtained, but found no permanent
v s s ^ '^ r r a a E iS i.i
little petty personalities. Wo ask o th er articles too numeroiiH to mention.
A micus A cad .? mi .
let this chance pass.
C Y M P -fO tfi c r »
Messrs. Goodman are well
T erm »- All sums under 910, cash in hand; t
relief. I tried your Safe Kidney and Liver
ii in Eugene City and Lane-County,
Cure, aud cau now say I am well.
JA M ES HAItlU!
tfl party afterward. Personally we | »'jj1
O fficers of llic s i.iic F a ir .4 -¿socialiau.
J . L . K n app .
An Important No th e.
D a lla s , Septcinber 22, 1882.
re gentlemen of energy and integrity.
L o sa o f A p potlte, ]
prefer to see a Republican United
the HeacL wit a a
L E. Goodman is a lirat-class dnig-
B n rk lra'n A m ir» Halve.
back part. P a in ______ ___ _________
dence, and desire to settle up my business
Notice of Proof
blade, fullness after eating, with a disin
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, cost, if weeks uud months are to be
le having worked for Mr. Wilkins the Association was held List Tuesday at as early a date as possible. Those in
clination to exertion i f body cr ri.inff,
place f >r several year». We wish evening and the regular nomination for debted to me will therefore much oblige Bruises, Sorts, Ulcers. Salt Rheum, Fever spent in a dead-lock to bo broken at
L and O t r ic i, o u eo -. n fr r v , f'r K r o :., >
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
flvptember IB, 1882. j
rutlcmen all the in o c m imaginable,
Corns, nnd all Skiu Eruptions, and posi lust by some kind of a compromise in MJOTICE 18 HEREBY DIVES THAT U f E K«>!
President, Capt. J . T. Apperson of delay as they can. 1 hereby extend my tively cures Piles. It is guaranteed tc which neither party carries its point
lowing-named '«•ttlpr ha* iiled nottre of hi'i Si
ae City G uud.
to make final proof in snmnwfc ».f Li t t lain
give perfect satisfaction or money re ami tho whole Stato loses a good tention
Clackamas County; Vice Presidents, M.
and that »aid proof will bo ovule bW »re tho f:egi»t.
have received, and bespeak for my sue- j funded. Price, 25 cents per box. For
><1TI< E TS Tr UflMW.
Senator. A thousand times better and Receiver of the Unite«I iJtatei land OflW at Ore
Wilkins of Lane and Joh n F . M iller of censor’s, Messrs, Goodman, the same good :
City, Oregon, on Monday, Oetober :?f>, l.:N.\ vi?:-
sale by Jasper R. Miller.
that a good Democrat bo sent than a gon
Louis Bocley, Homestead Entry No. 2800, f<«r Lot 2f»
quarterly public examination of Marion; Treasurer, A. Bush. These per will I have myself received.
0, and Lots 5, C, 7, M, 10, 11 and 12 of Sec
L. W. R obertson .
Adolph Wolf, of Independence, make» worthless Republican or independ tion 7. T. ft S.. R. 10 W
era w ill be field in the Academy »at sona wore the only nominees for the offices !
I ndependence , Sept. 5, 1882.
He namea the following witne*seK t«» prove his con
a specialty of the San Francisco mak«J of
, on Friday, September 2iUh, and
tinuous rtfsidenee upon and cultivation of, N-*i<t laivl,
viz: C. B. Hutton, of Sheridan, Yamhill Oountr; H.
Geo. A. Peebles was chosen Secretary. ;
boots and shoes.
rdsy, September 30th
TO M l PATRON-4.
Once on a time a notion was started Hardman, of Klkhom, and O. U. Litchfield, of urand
Mr. Wilkins, who has served the society .
Konde, I'olk County, and S. il. Rock, of Oretuv n,
,— — F u n UlOiBK«
All persons indebted to Riess Bros. A’ that if all the people would shout Tl’lamook
('aunty, all of Oreyvn.
acceptably in the capacity of president for j Having business calling me East, I ex- ! Whiteaker are requested to make cash
L. T. BAR1N, Register.
at once, it would be beard in the
a number of years, positively declined to pert to start about October 10th. 1 shall j
moon. So the projectors agreed it
T I m - Y « t r I f U f H a T .
regard it hr a favor if those indebted to settlement on or U*fore October 1st.
fill the office again, and to this his retire-
The next steamer from San Francisco should bo done in just ten rears.
me will call at their earliest convenience
n «oecial dispatch to T he I temize *
i ment is due. The members by a unani mid settle. While East, I shall avail my
will bring Adolph Wolf one of the largest Some thousand shiploads of chro
FMe.n, last evening, we learn that
mous vote called upon tho Legislature now self of the opportunity to attend a first and most elegant stocks of children’s nometers were distributed to the se
p were two ballots fur Senator, with
lectmen, and other great folks, of all
j in session to support tho bill now pending class medical college, and return about
March loth to resume the practice of misses’ and ladies’ cloaks, of the latest
as on ■ resalt. Mitchell. • •!>: Frim .
C O M S Ó Ü MD O X Y C C N
the different nations. For a year be
for the reimbursement of the society for medicine.
ling, 17; Thayer, J ; George, 1
forehand .n o th in g else was talked]
D allas , Hept. 22, 1882.
certain lonses sustained.
Having enlarged my store and ft'1 »led about but the awfnl noise that was to
.trrvtp .x M ir..
A V>vn:uti!lc Etpln*l«n.
to my already large stock of goods, I ani I bo made on the great occasion.
MRNfTiR»: < m :« r .
now prepared to furnish my customers ! When thé time rame, cvenltody had
Iwill sell at-public ont^ry, at my place,
Last Sunday V. K m tz’ son, a boy about i
I '- n il«« aoUtb of Dallas, on B ato rfiy , j fifteen years old, living at Dixie, got hold
Until the 1st of October, I will sell my with anything they tnay call for.
their ears so wide open to hear th«
iTth • f Oatob" ¡ , nt « i •
hw*k in the
stock of furniture almost at cost. Those
universal ejaculation of “ Boo”—the ,
A d olph W o l f , In d ep en d en ce.
Iru o ' n, the following described person- : of a dynamite cartridge, which exploded in wishing to purchase furniture can make it
word agreed upon—that nobody j
lr-jperty, to-wit; C»m* i u « l a P i one his hand, badly mutilating the thumb and pay to call on me now. I wish also to j Sleepless nights made miserable by that
pH one fore finger of his left hand. Dr. T. J . ■ give notice to those indebted to me to pay * terrible cough Hhiloh’s Cure is the rem- i spoke except a deaf man in the Fejee
j . fi^e dozen ^chickens, nni some
their hill» by the first day of October edy for you. For sale by Jap. R . Miller, I Islands, and a woman in Pekin, so
J . M. C a m p b e l l ,
pehohl furniture. Terms—Under $*>, i I**e, of Independence, was called and n e x t.
that tha world was never so «till since
in hand; over $5. twelve months’ jdreased the wound. Of course tho lad
D ai . i ah . Sept, lfi, 1882.
H hiloh’s Cough and Consumption Gate the creation.— Holme«.
. without interest, with security.
! did not know it was loaded.
is sold by um x»n a guarantee. It cures
Jonx N ei . sox .
A Wlw Plan.
C on sum ption. F o r »ale by Jap. R. Miller, (
The Evening Telegraph, published
| allas , H-pt. 2:1. 1HS-2.
Everyone wishing to try the new remedy Dallas.
at Loa Angeles, on Tuesday annotic-
The coat of tuition in the La Creole for biliousness and constipation—Syrup
Will yon suffer with Dyspepsia and ed that it would be immediatlr mov
Ii.v.iking my many custoi’ierB for their
! Academy if $24 a year, in the academic , of Figs—cau obtain a trial bottle free of Liver Complaint ? Shiloh's Vitalizer is
fal patronage during the p:i«t fifteen
charge at Jasper R. Miller’s Drug Store,* guaranteed to cure you. For sals by Ja p . | ed to this city. The Telegraph takes
a quarter in advance; j Dallas. Knowing Syrup of Figs to be
the Associated Press dispatches, and
t , I reside tfully solicit a continuance
and in the preparatory department, f2 0 a better in its effect and more pleasaut to R. Miller, Dallas.
he same, and assure them that I am
Catarrh cured, health and swell breath is a firatalasa paper in every respect.
year, or $5 a quarter, m advance. Thi*
The reaeon« of the managers for com
prepared to sell good« cheaper than
fornia Fig Syrup Company baa adopted a secured by Hbiloh’s Catarrh Remedy.
statement is made because many have the wise plan to make its merits known to the Pries 60 cents. Nasal injector free. For ing here, ie the better field offered
A dolf W olf ,
R MilUr. P*H m .
for their paper.—Standard.
, inipveeeion that the tuition it higher.
lra«M sea or set ii. iuaaisKoyDBST. J
Wheat, 78 cents.
D ALLAS, 01
And will sell more goods
FOR L E S S M O N E '
IN D TO
<> ii p erm u tai o H
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D R ESS GOODS,
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h im prom p
SLOTHING, BOOTS £ SHOES,
least of Jap. I
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST FOR CASH.
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