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might ruin their health, but we un
0glad to timi this is all a mistake
In the senate a •'rout amount o f busi
new is Itcing done in an exjwdious
and harmonious manner. Wliat
ever else* his opponents may say of
Subscript ioti U nte«.
Senator Simon, I'hey are corny ll»*d b
admit he is an excellent presiding offi
IVr Six M ÿ 1“ -
cer, and the siati; is indebted to him
Adver-Uin rates inaili) known un u|i|ili- for much of
cat ii m.
CorresimiaUncu i» . ilii i^ l fruni nil friends ness. In the House Speaker Siili » I» ing the coming season.
« f the |>u|icr.
directed its larger membership in a prise is one much needed and will
masterly manner and avoided as give Mr. Whitman handsome re-
mueli us possible needless delay* turns for lulior and capital employed
The sharpest set-too of the session and result in a great benefit and con-, N ^ U R E S P lfA S A N T T a x a t i v e
s t a t i : no rm al , sc h o o l .
The Oregon'um o f Jan. ¿sth eon- was liad on the resolution urging venlence to our town uml county.
t ai nit I some very pertinent and sug- that I ’ . S. Senator be elected by the It may 1 m ? pffiper to mention this is A Pleasing Sense of Health ami i
t P°Putar voto* This resolution all the nursery in I*olk County and
Strength Renewed, and of
should give a! least a recognition of
'"-"ught to ;l.e front the , is a step in the advance.
our Slate Normal School, To a stu best sjieukers in the house. The lob- j
ly and galleries were highly eiger-
Representative Herman appeared Follow* the use of Syrup of Fig*, a» it seta
dent o f human affairs, whose obser
gertly on tlu
vations liave.ln^'ii as varied as have, tained by Harrington o f Multno- before the house committee on mili- K id n e y s * L i v e r a n d B o w e l s
B I Y Y O U R G R O C E R IE S A T
mah, when he delivered his brilliant tary affairs Wednesday, Jan. iitrd,
doubtle , been those o f the pro
eulogium upon the wisdom o f our and argued the ease o f the state of
pounder o f such queries; the1 reasons
Costive or Bilious, Dispelling
governmental founders. In his en- Oregon for claims o f *12,898 for ordl-j
are certainly manifold why the State
tin: iasm to maintain intact their dinanee and ordinance stores, which
should extend this meager encour
and permanently curing
every idea he approached very elos ■ were liorrowed -¿tiring the Nez
agement toward - the young men and
H A B IT L A L C O N S T IP A T IO N
to the dead body o f “ state rights,” I’ erees Indian war o f 1M77-7M, and
-Carries at all times a fresh and complete stock of groceries.----
women who are to-day devoting^
but did not undertake to set it on its which were lost ami largely destroy- without weakening or irritating tho organs
from one to thre# years to special
on which it acta.
legs. M iller o f Jackson, maiptnined ed, and for that reason cotdd not be! fo r Sale In B
Oc ami SJ.OO Hatties liy »11
training in ord r that they may meet
• M o t io n s ! n o t io n s ! !
^the gr iwing di mauds society is mak that the popular will was the safest returned by the state to the territory
MANTFACTCRED ONLY BY THU
and final guide in ¡«1 matters and o f Washington, and which haw ,
ing upon their profession. When we
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
insisted that a eei?tury had so (level- since been charged by the general
say growing demands, we use the
S an F rancisco , C a u .
r- every descri|»tion, a« cheat? as the cheapest Your patronage It sntt
U n m u , K y .,
term with more than ordinary in-
cited. Call and see him. *
inent that it would be no insult to gon. The effmmittee agreed to re-
tent, for society Is awaking from day
the dead to rectify some of their mis- port the bilffavorably^ an<!» instruct-
To day, to a realization of the fact
Or fy on.
Ai.it tin r.iinnion - ^ >1 is really the takes. From this discussion w iden- e j Col. Marsh, o f Pennsylvania, to
ed out and dragged in the “ M ill’s ri>|«»rt the bill back to the house,
only barrier preventing mankind
— Dealer in—
from lapsing into at least semi-bar bill,” the June election and other which was done,
barism. The causes which produced
followed out what they be-
Jew elry and Perfumery.
our civilization, are practically dead tatives
di-agre -»hie ailments limi li |iersuii run be
or dying; chivalry, which as a pass Moved to be the will of • their constit- atHicttxl with. If Dillard's Specific is used
with a douche or even snutteu up the nose;
1 *U 0 -
ing breeze, vibrated the tenderest uents and voted for the rcsifution.
according to dirccti ns, morning uml even
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chord in man’s breast, has almost
ing, u radical cure can in most eases is- i
I N D E l V . N D F . X C K , <>UP
“ «W E N UltOWN.”
.dieted. Sold by X. H. Itutlcr, druggist, j
ceased to be a subject for historic
This name may at first strike our Monmouth.
study; war, which developed the
iron firmness which results in men readers as does the half forgotten
O w i» ofdB aoBHttoa» to fife
Mm) afe qnft
B X J T L 1 Í5 ;,
3ST. H .
N o tic e ut I-'miti Xrttlciricat.
tal vigor, is a lost art; ?md religion, notes of a childhood memory; hut
h a ««*} ty eM l MN in U t P^fhlleti« Eafefc, I t e »
whose mystic alternations o f hope when we explain that we refer to a In tlic inutter of the estate 1
D ra ggist and Apot*.3Ciry.
Sì., iH tepenfc»«, f i n i « .
and fear held the masses in easy rule
Uba.«. Iiulihard, deceosed. I
rugs, Chemicals, Hook*, Stationery, Toilet
tor so long, i- fast becoming os a tale whose experience carries them back
OTICK is lierehy given to all whoin it
that is told to the |»)pular miitd. It to the days of slavery agitation, will N " mai concerti iluU *»id •dniinistrator PreserT ptiuas C arefully Compounded.
lias Ilici 1 1 is lina! aeeoiint « idi said estaft in
we maintain what these elements recall with more than passing intcr- tIte
Monmouth, - - - Oregon.
County Court of l*olk Uountv, Oregon,
combined have produced, we must
and nxke.1 for a final settlemr*t of thè sanie,
rail into active effectiveness the only man so nobly supported his martyr and said Court ha» set thè hearing of suid
Am «ngst the uncrowned aeeoiint for Tue*day, Marcii •'?. ls.sn. at 111
remainini! factor that can be brought father.
o’eloek, al «liieli Ulne any olijeetions tlicreto
raise tin* human race should lie madc.
into universal action upon the
M I». I I i hrvkii . Adminislrator.
masses. All men o f ordinary per above tiie sordid facts of mere exist
W a « ri : n T hiitt . Attornov.
ception adTnit that th is ‘great motor
of popular influence should be en nent than that o f Owen Brown, to
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trusted to individuals o f highest those w lio knew him; no name can
possible mental and moral develop I k * more suggestive o f honesty, virtue
W e are prepared tu pay
ment; such development is not ncr- and hemic devotion to right than
»v a m o s « T a t o in .
< ssarilv a natural ability—it is large his. When a young mau with all of
R eal Estate and Insurance A g e x t
|y the result of proper training. Tin life’s possibilities and nmhiti-jns
MÉT-Cloods delivered free o f charge in Monmouth and i ndependence.—W.
State owes it to itself, first, to pro-
Colds, Headaches and Ferers
II. Ii. PATTERSON.
Curries ¡i largo .torli. THE F A.MERS fi li OC FI Fi ANI)
$$id ProTÌMoa», Wood u à
E. Hayter’a Willow witrc, Gias* and
CASH FOR PRODUCE.
WOOttlfwl •» Iwiiwilnww liirlil *»,*••»«**■•♦ <»«>••"*
l i l t b T O V , jpc-nornl iininnigc
to protect it,«elf against teachers who fess odds. In Kansas he supported
lack such requirements. Tin iMtate* tlie cause o f freedom at every ri-k of
Normal School as it exists at Mon life nnd honor; at Harpers Ferry he
mouth 1u-day, i- in shape to I k 'N miu * was one o f tin* twenty-three who
# O r * f on Stag.-« Itorm ai ichool.
EEAi T hu b : f : » : ir b ir e ì G'
the nucleus of such a training sys risked tin* crime o f treason to uphold
tem. Its location, organization and the cause o f right; chance allowed
M R IS T IA N S T A W B A H ©
i’o lk C o u n ty G bsprypi*, T fS * C leading
paper of the < hristian f’hurch.
present ‘ patronage, makes it essen* him to be one o f the five who escap
IM A AC I R ^ i r n , i ^ l l l o r - l n - € laier.
tiall;. tin* in-titutinn which the State ed death by enduring perils beyond
Single copy, per year.............................$ 1.73
A 11 extra copy for each list of «is naiiios.
should use to meet the ¡mmediate the power o f pen V? portray. In
— D ealer in-
demands I'm- mmc proficient teachers. after lift* when others, tired by his
6 e ll«g ifl^ ,
a a <1
The legislature can hen* find in enthusiasm, took up the cause o f the
mici - lid
operate n a* complete negro in active strife, lie passed from !
Standarfi Eclectic Scries far 1389.
Normal sehocl which no reasonable before the public eye, yet, was none
Hardwaro, tinware and stoves,
OUR. P A P E R S .
Flic Younir Feoplc's Mlandard Weekly'. A
effort could re-prixluoe from the be- the less an active hero. His soul was
Furniture, house furnishing
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large I page paper for voting people. Single copy,
Oo.^ls, w ife mattresses, etc.
ginning in lc--s than four or five great enough to be magnanimous,
per year. 7.V., hi clubs of five or in- re, t acli. t»0c.
All Norma! Uraduat«. r*.'*ir* » Dipiomr
year-. It w ill find in Monmouth an and lie even forgave his enemies the
from Ut* Stai* wliich •»uthcril** th*m It
trat«d paper tor intermediate classes, with Lesson
Text, Stories, ktc.
i w l i ti «tir [.ubile »chool in t|i* Stai* Oth.r
ideal school town, combining the killing of fattier and brothers. The
Ilu«t« of Hope Weekly). With L rsb >n Text,
«i» i * »m ttatlm V i-*rtiflr^ie» *n pre»*nt».
Golden Text. Lending Tiiougfit, Questions, **tc. 5a)'“Wir(®fenee and Itarbed w ire. **« tion
quiet < -si'iitinl to study, with the ad-
>n *i tli««» ?V)rtnal Diplomas, witliotii * t*
Handsomely illustrated viith colored ergraiin.s
Mnecially designed for this pnp»*r The most t*oH»i
vantag -s of fine social surroundings. this almost more than mortal ability
tiful paper for Children yet published
The investigator can readily sec that , to forgive his enemies and do good
at its present lo ation, the Normal
Just »»efori* the great
RtandgVit l/csaon lx*af Weekly). For Intcrms»-
diato class's, iandaomely and pr..fusel- illus-
school requires fifty per cent, less Charlestown earthquake hc, in cott
C H E A P
L I^ T J S T G .
trate«l The illuatrationn are a uew featuro for
’.^»vernoieut than is exereist*d iti any nivtion with a brother
la*t»f (Qnarterlr'. Same a§
Carpenter tools, sash andaloors.
recinients o f u pleas
.. kk I talile boar.1
is fitrnislipH to -»t't-
ntln-r - I....I of it-size on the coast; 0were
Weekly, with h Mon§ fur 3 month« bound together.
Dining Hall at H i
ulsii the expeiis.*s necessary to l»e ing testimonial in the way of finan
comments on the lessons fur intermediate and ad-
[>er week. G. hi .1 I>..aniitia*ui families wi'i.
j rauced claMkes.
met a*rc here redu (*<1 fully om*-third cial aid, which was secured through
fitrniklie.l room, fuel ami lights, lii.UO to $.»..4
1 Samples of any of the above pent free upon appli-
per week. O
from w hat would Is* required, was tin* efforts o f Mark Tw ain and other
the seho d loeati d ill a large town, literary men who ad mi rc<T his great- T l l P S t l i l V i l î l l l K r í l l í l V .
_ ( Hook Form.)
(•cogmphically, it is properly placed; ih * ss and sympathized with Ids •>
Itandard KchTKr hessou ComnieutAry.
btngleiopy.rlotb.pt- paid.... ............ *..*1 no
Practical Colise of Sftbiy,
- *l in the Wiliam* erty. When 1 ’harlestow n cnllcd for
I Her dozen, not pre-paid ....................
da » I Hop.- \ I. mi*l . \
idle va-Mcy where now is, aifl, prob- aid hi*^tnd hi- hrotlter Ja>on iusistisi
1 ;nr » m « i . »rintv.l
i .^ k ....v. ,.„p-r. »uh
—Completed in a—
h nnd reds of iHiintrauxn«, and c<*h>re 1 picture*
any quantity. A ll orders
irhly. alway- \v*j11 pei*ui>ÍM tile highest that tin* money raised to relieve their
miu f,.r ih s i......... h pu tnr*
will receive prompt at- °
• si illustrati.>n having sp . t.l reference to the
soeiad development of the State; at pressing needs, be entirely devoted
lesson under consideration ; ih- whola I- hr I la
tention. Farm prtKluee
one »ohimè, with h'-atiiifal i iumianted cover.
this p.dir i-
i die red the State to the relief of Charlestown’s unfor
The only work of tl is high order yet attempted ia
eonsigni*d to us w ill l>e
Again, when a shrewd
nitotds uni Iniililiiigs worth tunates.
disposed of to tilt* t>est ®
Single copy, bound in b<»ar„M, pre paid..... f l on
Per dozen, not pre paid....................... g ^
jxtssihh* advantage and
sot* I om than $JU,0U0. The Khool negro held a musical entertainment
Send for Untai.igne. Address tlie Uresidant
W” ftirnish Hihl- t imiii»*nt;irit"». Pi- ti- nari s
immeiliatereturns made. t i*
D. T. S taslxy , Jtonmouth, Oregon.
I ieocordmre* < ,cl pe liae. Ftlipit. Family anti
may er ni tV not lie self-supporting at 1’asadenu, Cal., and by promising
, reacner* Hihl*«. ami, in fa r . e» »*r\thine in tlm
way of a: 1 « and supplies f..» Church ted Stindav*
us future demands are made upon it, to apply the progtssls to the !»enelit
fchool work. IVraoite wanting I ... k* eh. uld have
•ur large catah>gue All >nndav-e, h o| w.-rk-ra
hut even shield the State in time o f tin* John Brown children, drew a
’houId have .»nr new Mmd.o -cho..| catalogue,
tlie e.iu n ty.^tf
hither one sent free up. i. ipplicati.-n >p*s't,il ;»t-
he asked to add to the present build- large house and gicn decunt|>cd with
Adlreas, given to all correspondence and .luestion*.
in g', it cun f< I that for every brick tin* entire procoHls. After indignant
STANDARD PUBLISHING COMPANY.
used in Normal school huild- sympathizers caused the nrris*t o f tIn*
¿rtf <’ov»r«*d hack and coxeiiianrea for riding
¿2 E. Ninfti St.
C IN C IN N A T I,«.
in had weather.
iugs, tho future w ill save ten from negro, ( »wen Bit?wn otferetl to p> the
A n y o n e having ft*ed they want
Make« Keirular Connection
V* nal institutions. I : j i'y argument scamps hail, and trit-d hy **v«*ry pos
chopped w ill find me ready to do it
of safety, economy and fair dealing sible means to aid the ungrateful
With north and south Ixnind trains and boats
fur them in the Ix-st anti quickest
w ith teachers, dictates that the ae- rascal at his trial, even »itting lM*side
»lin|-e, Come before the mill shuts
tion a-k d be h id. rite present lussi» hint in the court room; this extreme
down. -Frank Collins, Monmouth,
it; tlie fittine demands it, and tin* instance but truthfully portrays the
l’a «».i iu*. -r» baggage and [«v-kages carried tn
prisent legislature will I h * held to
and from at rcasonahle rates. Or. 1er« left
W e notice bv exchanges
have been recreant to it» trust if it nature.
at WortliV gr.«vry store will receive »'
allows I.Hul »el fish ness to delay or from l.os Angeles that this man’s
f>ronq.t attention.—A. N. HALLSUK.
deter action, it any trading is to Is* life ended I.*»» titan a month ago, and
done, do it in a legitimate line, w here that a well deserved tribute o f re-
no evil etr.s ts die with tlu* action. sp.*et was paid t.» hi-- remains. He
Druggists ami Apothecaries.
I n t hi» mat ter w e beg all to remem lies buried in a lonely «pur o f tin*
ber that tld» legislation is tor tile Sierra Madre mountain« at a place
- -i? A k T ,i,E C A »ft
h ruc« I’aiiit* Oil*. Ola«* and all other Arj ¡
railed lats Casita», which hi* »|M>nt
entire State and for all time.
A p p ç t i z e r î ;.
tides kapt in a fimt-da«a drug atora
the last years o f his lit«* trying to
Tin-slay tlu* -- riIs* put on Ids ls*st make habitable. Then* survive him
Prescript Ion» t'arefnllT^I 'ompoiindeil.^
air» in a new hat and took In the af as honored en-heirs o f a noble fath
fair» at the State lion«.*. The first er» memory, a brother and »i»tcr. If
thing notisi wit» the »¡xirtive gnm- the negro race in Amerira contain» a
FOR ALL SKIN O LSEASES.
l«.l» of the gray-haired «nions man o f sufficient ability, he owes it
t u r Ma Dealer* in K «* l A Barton'*
tlir-.t.glt tbe erriders at noon. \V<* to his race to give in brief form a life
t S T A R K M E O / C ,^ .;
«er and Plated \\ are. Jewelry. Musicai
tatr-A Specialtv .-- «*
w.-rv gbul to have our anxiety r.*- sketch o f tlu* hero o f < »»anatomic,
e O R T U % O F ^ C0. «trumet.M of all kinds.
licvcd. »<>tnohow we ls*gttn to f«*ur and of hi» devoted sons.
sln>]> np|Knitc liven- stable at the foun lr7
lliat to eh*** a|>|.licutioii to busiiies»
Yanghti, the Jeweler.
Sold by N. H. Butler.
8 . D.
o Monmouth Stage.
Buster & Vernon,
Vannini iV Hillard.
CURES IN DIGESnO N.
Per Year. i
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