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H1LI-BUORO fUbUrilllNt; Co. Fropa.
D. M.C. UAULT, Editor.
urnciji rAPKHur run tin
FKib.v, vr j;:ek is, 1HD9.;
A blockade of the Philippine
Inlands Is to be maintained. Mure
war shlim are to le went there at
President Andradc, late of Vene-
xuela hat resigned mo an to allow the
leader of the rebellion to be elected
to the prtnidency. This wan the
only way to wave the government
from an overthrow an the rebel were
every where HuecesHful. We of the
United (States had ren-ct and esteem
ii, t Andradc, tho bin county men re
Lt. Coleman of the 13th Infantry
tiaa captured a n oney train going to
the InHurirpanU from Manila, It had
been the hiblt of the army to allow
rice wagon to carry mippliea thru
our lines to hungry Filipinos. It
Heema that the permit was uned for
pacing money. This was used for
the purchase of ritlm .nd amminl-
tion. The leak has now been found
and will be closed. Coleman got
$.'10000 in ailver.
Captain Woodbridge Geury XIII
U. 8. Infantry was shot and killed in
a skirmish with the Filipino insur
gents last Tuesday near Han Francis
co, Malabon. ('apt. Geary was born
at Albany, this state and is a son of
the late Ilev. K. II. Geary and neph
ew of Gov. Geary of Pennsylvania
Capt. Geary was instructor of mili
tary tactics at O. A. C, Corvallis
when the Spanish war broke out in
A telegraph order for three billion
feet of lumber was received last we k
from the City of Mexico by a Texas
dealer. Such an order is stunning.
All the mills and lumler yards in
Texas combined cannot fill the order.
The agent, without doubt, has writ
ten about three ciphers too many to
his order for it is almost beyond be
lief that Mexico can use $30,000,000
worth of lumber counting it worth
no more than $10 per thousand feet.
The paper of Portland and Tact,
ma are having this week a fierce
war over the question of which is the
better harbor and the most patroniz
ed. To us on the outside the Port
land champion seems to have the
host of the argument. Larger sliips
and more of them come to Portland.
This is as it should be, Portland is
nearer to the market of the world
has better railroad connections and
more of them and water enough to
float any canoe headed this way.
There is a Jargon In mart et reports
that is exceedingly exasperating to a
man that has something to sell and
wants to post himself on the prices
prevailing. In one Instance this ex
preeslon is noted: "options closed
steady at 5 points higher." Now
the value of the unit "point" is not
Intelligible, There is no currency
expressed in "toints." VCents,"
"shillings," "francs" and "marks"
can be valued, but "point" is too
arbitrary and ought not to be admit
ted into the market reports of the
papers, 8o many other terms, "quar
ters" for instance. Some say a quar
ter Is 8 bushels of wheat, others that
It is of a ton 2200 pound or 2000.
There is mist about the whole thing.
The market quotations In papers are
quite valueless except to experts.
There ought to lie a reform in the
Interest of the common people.
There is considerable amount o
wheat in the warehouses near the
river, awaiting transportation by
boat whenever the lucks shall be
completed. The people of this sec
tion have waited patiently, -through
many vexatious delays, for the
realization of their h pes btsed on
cheap river freights. Tht locks are
now completed, and all thp.t is neces
sary at this time to insure naviga
tion of the Yamhill at this point Is
the completion of the wing dam to
enable boat to pais the upper portal.
This work has been delayed by the
colIme twice in the last two or three
weeks, of the coffer dam above.
Farmers and shippers are getting to
look upon these frequent breaks of
the dam with misgivings, realizing
further dilay at this late season
jeopardizes their chances ot shipping
by water until at least another year.
Congressman Tongue ?nd Engineer
Ijangfitt came up to iriect the locks
lust Monday. Things did not apear
entirely satisfactory to the gentle
men. However, the contractors
have been giveu every op(ortunlty
to complete the work yet this fall.
An extension of time will tie granted
and they will be given the use of the
government pile driver, and other
favors will be shown them. It ii
hoped that they will be able to com
plete the work now, within the pre-a-ribtd
time. We are Indebted to
the energy of Congressman Tongue
for the present stage of the work, and
the eople look to him with the ex
peclation of seeing the contractors or
their bondsmen complete the work
in time to enable MoMini.vil'e aid
vhlnily to ue the river as a high
way for tie IMSW shipments to mar
ket. Yamhill llepertcr.
SHEEP O.V MOCSTtr RAXGES-
The timber hel on the Cascade
mountains has beet, reserved by the
government and rfitclals apisjlnted
fl' Its protection. tThe same is true
of the tin, tier belt of the coast range,
but it is understood that the guards
of the coast range only look out for
forest fires. In the Cascade, how
ever, the effect of turning stock Into
the timber is an element that re
Sheep men have asked and receiv
ed iiermiMtion to herd their flocks
during the hot summer months on
the reserve lands high up on the
eastern aloites of the Cascades. The
rcernment Is willing that they
may do this, providing injury to the
timlier does not result. The practice
the past season has been to assign to
the first applicant a territory larg
enough for his flocks and easily
bounded. The herder started hi
sheep up Ihe hill In June, and graz
ed toward the summits he was ready
to return in September. The land
first grazed over had grass on it when
he returned, and hit sheep reached
the plaii.s in good condition. The
claim has been advanced that the
grazing lands were converted Into
deserts and the tramping of the land
killed the the timber, but the test!
mony of investigators is opposed to
The herder was also made respon
ible for Arts. Any carlessneas on
ihe part of sheep men banishes them
from the grounds. The result has
been that fires are less in number
and thus the timber is really pro
tected. The tramping of Ihe ground
shows no bad effect yet, and the
grass is claimed so be improved from
year to year.
The sheep men favor this govern
ment supervision unless it is the
owners of immense herds reaching
into the tens of thousands who by
the exercise might drive over small
er men. At a meeting held this
week in Portland which was attend
ed by stockmen and government
agents It was decided to continue the
practice another year.
THE THE tMKY KEEl'IMI EVEX.
So far during the present fiscal
year the revenue keep a little ahead
of Ihe exiienditures. At the end of
the first quarter a surplus of about
12.000.000 is shown. Receipts for
the quarter have increased $17,000,
000 over the same period last year,
and expenditures have fallen off $15,-
000,000. Customs are yielding from
$000,000 to $1,000,000 a day, and in
ternal revenue averages $1,000,000 I
day. Both show an aggregate gain
lor the month of $5,000,000 over
September of last year. The war de
partment is sfiending an average ot
$12,500,000 a month, and the navy
department $5,000,000. Last month's
statement of gold in the treasury was
$215,000,000. The September figures
are $254,000,000. ' This is a remark
ably favorable exhibit. The army
Ins leen increased from 27,000 men
to 100,000. A war is under prosecu
tln 7000 miles away that will re
quire the services and transportation
of 60,000 or 00,000 men. The navy
is growing steadily in battle-ships of
the ilrst-class and other costly vessels,
And yet the government is more
than paying expenses.
When the treaty was under discus
sion several senators insisted that it
would plunge the country enormous
ly in debt. Senator Hoar urged this
view. Senator Caffery was especially
explicit, lie estimated that the cost
of holding the Philippines would be
$221,350,000 a year. That is more
than the present entire expenditure
on the army and navy, and we should
not disband either if the islands
were surrendered. Senator Cnffery
declared that "our imperial budget
for the year ending June 30, 1900,
evn as staled by Secretary Gage, Is
appalling enough. Kut I am confi
dent that he under-eslimates the ex
pcnuitures ot that year if the imper
ial policy is to be carried out." Well,
the end of the first quarter of that
year is at hand, and there is a sur
plus of $2,000,000. Secretary Gage's
estimate runs over, not under. A
vast deal of foolishness was talked by
senators who fought the treaty. Their
predictions and figures are on a par
with their patriotism. Globe Djiiio
THE TK.t.NSV A Ali HA It.
The Little Dutch R -public of
South Africa sent Its ultimatum to
Great Dritian and demands an ans
wer within 21 hours. The time ex
pired at 5 o'clock p. in. Oct, 1 1th, lat
Wednesday. The demand is couch
ed In four point.
"First That all points of mutual
difference be regulated by friendly
recourse to arbitration or by what
ever amicable way that may be
agreed upon by this government and
her majesty's government.
"SecondThat all troops on the
border of this republic shall be In
stantly with drawn.
"Third That all reinforcements of
troops which hs,ve arrived in South
Africa nine June 1, 1809 shall be re
moved from South Africa within a
reasonable time to be agreed unou
with this government; and with the
mutual assurance and guarantee on
the part ot this government that no
attack upon or hostilities against any
portion of the pjrsession of the Brit
ish government shall be made by
this republic during further negotla
lions within the period of time to be
sutwcquently agreed upon between
the governments. And this govern
ment will, on compliance therewith,
be prepared to withdraw the armed
burghers of this republic from the
"Fourth -That her majesty's troia
which are now on the high w as shall i
uot be landed in any part of South
The time for considering the de
mands baa expired and the Boers
have commenced occupying passes,
though at latebt advices there had
been no skirmishing. England ac
knowledges that she is not ready for
war and that the cauipalgu for some
weeks will be purely defeusive. The
Boers are armed with Mauser rifles
and will fight In open formation so
that the Euglish machiue guus will
not do the tame execution tbat they
did among the hordes of Dervishes
on Ihe Nile.
Germany and France seem to mer
ally support the Boers, But alter till
unless a strong peace party develop
at home there seems to be little ho
for the success of the Boers. It wa
I hat which gave them buccohs in
Transvaal is in South latitude, 25,
is west of a range of mountains hence
cut of! from the rain clouds of the Iu
diau (K-ean. The season now is sum
mer and hot or rather the
Nil Kit it FN MALE.
BY VI RITE OF THREE EXElTTIoSS
uiib iiwued out of tint fin-tut I'ourt ol
tlir blute ot Ore mi, lor Washington t ol'.n
ly. IH favor ol Hilli-0 .re l'u-operulivi) C om
puny ami uniimt II. II. Hendrix fur the
inn ul J.-ot with inlit thereon niuco
Julv .. IJ. at Ihe rate ul H er cent per
annum and or the lurtlicr auiu of 1"3 li
Ii. li.vnid mill, w th interest thereon fr'jui
July 1.1. W, at tlm ram of lu per cent per
Im uu execution limited out (il th Cir
cuit ourl ul Ihe Mul or 're((. in, l.ir
Wit-li'iuton County, in I'm r of The
Xt-atun Waifun Company, a corporation.
anil aaint ti. 11. llemlnx ami i. J. Ilea-
drix lor the uiu uf ll.l.nu routs, h Hit
.rest thereon Iruiu July 'M ISH.al ilia
rale of t-riYiit l er linn. in. ami l.i oi-i.l-.
aecruiua corns, anil the lurlher auiu ul
'.-. MO I , H. K"l'l coin, mull llileiesl there
on sicie July -V, IMM, at the rate ul l'j per
rent tie annum.
Also un em ill inn inMlnl out of the
rounlv Court of the Mule ol Oregon, l.r
fur W ushiiiKtoii County, in luur ul in.
Corliett, lioiiuhl Mm l-cay anil Kenneth
Murl.etty. partners iliunv Iumiic. umler
theliru. nuine ot Curl tt t .MarUuy anil
HKaiiiHl II, 11. llemlnx ami .. J. lliiulrin
lor the Mini f ii.A.:i V. . Itl com, it:
interest thereon at the rale uf lu per rem
tier annum t'nmi the llih (1 y of .-ovein
M-r, IMis, anil for the costs ami expenses
of sale an ofsaiil - rita.
Now therefore by vii'lueaml in piirsuum e
ol saiil juilKUicnis, 1 will on Saluriluy. the
lllh ilav ol November, at the auuih
door of the court house in llillslxno
uegiuuing i0 ,u o'clock a lu. of imi.l tluv Kelt t
of summer. Tho soldiers from
temperate north will sweat as well as
The United States are free and in
dependent and the nation is at mug
enough to assert its iniletietnlenoe
when ever necessary. The Spanish
war punctuated that proposition so it
is read and understood by the other
nations. It was only a few years
since Chili listening to the carping
criticisms of Europe thot they could
treat our sailors as seemed good to
their treacherous Latin hearts. Fight
ing Bob Evans brought them to see
their error. The Spaniards thot we
had no dghtjin us and that they could
blow up our ships and t scape the con
sequences as they did when they shot
the crew of the Virginians. So view
ing the place we now occupy in the
family of nations Ihe war last year
was a good investment. We are in
dependent and so acknowledged.
The South American nations realize
the fact and are showing a disposi
tion to profit by It.
Senior It'ijas the Venezulan agent
before the boundary commission at
Paris has a clear conception of the
matter. In a recent conversation he
uttered these words which if the
South American states will it, an as
true as holy writ. Speaking of the
boundary award he said:
"The award was not what I hoped,
but we must make the bed of it-
What can you expect in a contest be
tween an elephant and an ant? One
thing will result from it, America
will accept no more arbitrations with
Europe. You will see America lay
down a fresh international cote,
which she will apply to the Old
World whether the latter likes it or
not. The South American slates in
cluding Brazil, will rally around the
United States for Ihe purpose of ef
fecting an economic union. We shall
try to establish a monetary union on
the basis of the gold standard. These
projects ueed uot Imply a hostile at
titude toward Europe, but It must be
borne in mind that Europe stands In
much greater need of us than we of
Tho United Stales has the power to
exercise auy policy that we w ith our
neighbors may formulate and Eu
rope now realizes the fact.
liu I nublie auclioii o the liiuhest hulilcr fi
CUSll ine lotion niK uescriueii ivui pitpi-ny
Lying, lieinK anil niluulu ilhin Wali
inejon ounly, Oregon, ami lioiiuileU anil
uescnb il as follows, to-wit: iScgiiiiiiuc
at a K:ut lit. 12 rhs east of the northwest
corner of he (lunation laml claim of li. H
Tin ker ami wile in section M township 1
north, ruiiKc .1 west. Will. Mir anil run
niiK them-e b mill 4.1.75 -lis io h.i.ie l.nu,
thence east ulnnit base line .'t'l.tii elm to
jiuic. ion with Centerville an I Cornrliiis
L'oun y rt-iul, (hence n rth 4.Y7.1 cIib along
center ol mini roail to norm line ul xaiu
Tucker ilonati n land claim ami thence
wi-si .10.110 chs to place of lieginuing, con
taining one humlretl ami for y acre -, more
or leu, to satisfy the h reinlielore namctl
sums, ami lor the cost ami cupense of
Hiiiil property will be sol I subject to re
uempti n as per statute of Oregon.
Witness my hand this III h day of Oct
W. D. BRADFORD.
Sheriff of W ashington county Ore.
by C, K. Dkicumas,
Tho. 11. Tonirue and 8. H. Huston,
Alton ey lor plain. ills.
XOTICK FOIlll ltMCTIO
Land Orrin at Oregon City, Or.
Oct. . 1WI!
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
the following-named settler has tiled
notice of his intention to make linal prool
in iiipport of his claim, and that aa id proot
will le maue oeiore me inuuiy icra oi
Washington County, on Nov. IS, ls'jii, vht:
ISAAC IS. Will i K,
H. E. 0730 f. r the 8 of N K i and N U
Of 8 E of Sic J4 T .IN It 4 W.
He names the following witnesses to
Drove his continuous residenra uiiuu and
cultivation of said land, vir.;
John It Kailey, ol Kiixton, Wash. Co., Ore.
John l.ippert ot ureciivniu
Martin Hurt, ol
l.reilru k Hart of
CHAS. It MOO RES
Notice is hereby Elven that the under-
i lined has been nptotntcil executrix of
the estate of Klizulioelli Krnst, riVcd., by
the County Court of the State t.l Oregon
for Washington county. All pcr.-o .a liav
iiigclHiins against ".aid estate are ;riitest
ed to present the sanio to the iimlcisig.ieil
W UI1IUBIX II1UIUI1H IIOIII me uailT iieicui,
Betlmnv, Ore.. Kept. 27, I WW.
MATILDA II AM Kl..
Kxecutrix of the estate of hii.itlicth
The artistic work on leather ex
hibited at the stand of Lillian M.
Candlin in the Portland exposition
building is as interesting a anything
to be seen. Mrs. Candlin burns her
dodgn on leather and is able to get
beautiful results. This decorated
leather is then used for cushion eov.
ers, sofa pilows and upholstering of
every description. There is no wear
out to it. The same class of work
can be done on wood or on cloth even
tho the latter owing to the nature of
the fabric is very frail.
Notice is hereby Kiven that the under-
signed has been duly appointed by the
county court of the Mate ol Oregon, for
warnington county, administrator of th
estate of Susan J. Stanley deceased and
has duly oualilied as nidi and entered
upon the discharge of his duties.
Ail persons tlierelure Having claims
against the estate are hereby renuested
and required to present them with pro
per vouvners to me undersigned at the
olliccnfthe Comity Clerk in Hillsboro,
within kix months from the date hereof.
J. II. STANLEY.
Administrator of the estate ol Susan J.
Stanley, (le. 21-26
Fen ton, Krouaugh A Mnir,
Attv for the K-li te.
KXKCI TOKM XOTICK.
Notice is hereby given that I. the
undersigned, have been apminteil exec
utor of the estate of William Wilson
let-eased by the County Court of Wash-
ngtun county Oregon ami have duly
qualified as such executor :
All person having claims against said
entaie are hereby requested and required
resent them to the undersigned at the
arret! in llillshorn.
moi'ths I mm the date
law otlice of W. N
Oregon, within six
llillslmm, Oregon, Oi1nler II. 1 S!H,
II. C. t'A KSTKNS
Kxeculor ol the estate ol William
otlre r Final Miileiti!nt.
Notice is hereby given thai the nmlcr.
signcl has tiled his final account as a.l
minidtratrix of the estate ot E.,wm,l
Constable, deceased in the county court
of the state of Oregon, for Wa-lunrton
cismty, and that Mid court ha apMiinieil
.Mimuav me tun nav oi sdt, inw, at 1(1
clock in the forenoon of said dav as the
lime for hearing objections to sinh final
account, and for the settlement thereof.
Administratrix of the estate of K I ward
Countable, deceaard, 20-21
AIT ANTED SEVERAL BKKiHT AND
IT honest persons to npiesen u us
manage s in this and close by enmities.
Salary $!m0 a year and expenses. Straight,
bona-lide, no more, no lesa salary. I'o
sitioil peniianent Our relerence, nnv
bank, ill any lwn. lt i mainly olllce
wo k coniliictcd at home Reference.
Enclose Hell-add reased and staiupisl en
velope. The Dominion Company, Dept. U,
Catarrh Can not lie Cured
with h eal applications, as they cannot
leach ihe seat ol the disease. Ca ,t: rh is a
blood or constitutional disease, it' if I in or
dcr to cure it you must laVe iuteri.il rem
eilies. Hall's Catarrh l ure is taken inter
nally, and acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
not a iiuack inedieiiie. It was prescribed
by one of be Ix'ft physicians in this coun
try for years, and as a re ular prescription.
It is composed of i be best tonics known
conbined with the best blood purifiers, act
ing direc ly on the mucous surfaces. 'Ihe
perfect combination ol the two ingred cuts
la wl at p oduces such wonderful resul s
in curi g Catarrh, Send fur testimonials
Address, V.J CHENEY & Co., Toledo.O
Sold by Druggists. 7.1c.
Hall's Family Tills are the best.
That rheqrnatism in its worst
form can be cured by projer treat
ment is shown by this interview
with Mat Tanner, of 2ti Hamilton
St., Albany, N. V. lie said: "I
was taken with rheumatism that
began in my hips and spread
throughout my body. For two
years and a half I was confined to
my bed. I employed nine of the
best physician of Albany, and
two sipecialisU from New York,
but all declared my case hopeless.
My niece recommended Dr. Will
iam' Pink li!ls for Pale People.
The use of several boxe eu.ablt.-d
me to leave my bed and go about
with crutches. Finally I aban
doned the crutches, and am now
as well as ever. No praise of Ir.
Williams' Pink Pill for Pale
People is too strong for my case.
Sworn to and subscribed before
me thi 17th day of Sept., 1898.
Keilk F.Towner, Notary Public.
From ihe Albany N. I'.) Journal
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Tale People
contain, lu a couuensed lorui, all me tie.
nifnu necessary to Vive new
the bhssl aud restore slisttereU
lite and rich
nerves. Tliey are an unfailing specific fur
such iltrieaies as bs-nmotor ataxia, partial
paralysis, St. Vitus' dance, sciatica, neurul
gia, 'rheumatism, nervous headache, the
auer-ell'ccts of the grip, pHlpitatiuu of the
heart, pale and sallow complex ions, and ull
furuu of weakness either in male or female.
Or. Williams' Pink Pill tor Psls People srs ssvsr
sold by tht Sorts or husdrts. but tlwan Is pick
som. St sll druggists, sr dlrtct trow tht Dr. Wil
liams Mtdlclno Compsny. Schtntctsdy. N. T , ISO
ctntt pw bus. 6 bolts 1 60.
I Have Moved
Into the Odd Fellow's build-
ing-, corner of Main and Third
in all lines. No second hand or
shoddy goods. Prices low.
P. o. BROWN,
Acker's Eiifrlish Remedy Mill stop a
con it h at any time, and will cure the
worst cold in twelve hours, or money re
funded. 25 and d0 cents at Heltn Drug
To the taxpayer of Washinglnn Coun
ty, Oregon : Notice is hercliy (riven that
the II iiinl of Initialization mr Washing
ton County, Ortven. will i ii-vi-ne in tiie
County Clerk's ullice at tl.i- tint House,
in IlillelKiro, on the :10th ii.i- lctoler,
IT.nl, and continue in srssiuu one week.
or until the 41 Ii day of November, inclus
ive, Ir the purxise of pulilicly equaliz
ing and c greeting the tax lints of Wash
iti);loii County, Orexnn, for tlie vear hiw,
llillstioro, Oregon, th tolier :tl, IMUll.
C. A. CAVKLU
Assessor of Washington Count;-, Oregon.
PRI3I0 , T.
C. T. BELCHER.
itC'X AND TRCAS.
St. Charles Hotel
Front anil Morrison Streets, Portland Oregon.
Electric Lights, iClcctiio Hells and Hydraulic Elevator.
I.0 Komiia at i't to 50c. Suites 75. to $1. 4ool Kestiinrant
.' Connectioii. ' -
Give 113 a call,
DAVIES & UELCIIKK
Hillsboro Harness Shop.
The undersigned has opened a New Harness Shop 011 Main Street nex
door to the Livery Stable and will keep a full line of
Light and Heavy Harness, Whips-
Blankets, Combs, Brushes,
Robes, Oils, Etc.
Repairing a Speciality.
W. L. DAVIS.
Hillsboro Opera House.
The Sodal event of the Season under, the direction of Metropolitan
Opera Company who will present the comic opera
.'50 ARTISTS 30
MONDAY, 0CT0BEK Kith
an Be Hade
The f..c'.ory writes ns that they an over Two Hundred car
loads !chmd their orders.
This indicates to some extent the demand for this w.i.ui.
It hears an estahlished reputation 1 maintained for '." vcars, m
the best wagon pos.silile to luiiid.
Its coinhined merits are:
Strength, Durability, Best Qaal
ity of Material thruout, Best
Quality of Finish, BestProportion
And away nhove all others it stands at the head of the li.t in its
reputation for light running ipialities.
It is licyond all question the lightest running wagon in the
MITCHELL LEWIS & STAVER CO.,
First and Taylor Streets PORTLAND, ORE.
PACIFIC UNIVERSITY - - -
THREE COLLEGE COURSES
CLASSICAL, SCIENTIFIC, LITERARY
The Academy prepares for Colleqc and fliccs
a thorough English Education, the best pre
paration for teaching or business. All ex
penses rcrtj loir. Board and rooms at the
Ladies' Hall $3 to 'l per treek, including
t-.lectric light and heat.
THE COLLEGE DORMITORY
Under exprienccd management, tcill fur
nish rooms and beard at cost on the club
plan, not to exceed $1.50
Eor full paiticulars, address
Pure fresh d nigs, 15 rushes, Paints, Oils, Sponges and oil Druggii
Sundries, Fine first class .cutlery a specialty.
Extra Cure In I iioiinIiiir l'rfirriitloii.
Ml F.ltl '". kai.i:
"I w lfh to exprem my l hunk a to
Ihe manufacturer- of ChmnlierlaiDV
Colic, Cholpra and Iijarrlioea H in.
ely, fi r liavlntr put on ihenmrkot
ueh a wonderful medicine," my V.
W. Ma-wiiifrlll, of IlpauniDiit, Texa.
There are many Ihon-tuls of moth-
era whoe children lt vn tnt-n saved
Irom attack of dyw t, tt ryand cholera
infanlutn wlm must nlxo f i-lihsnk
ful. Il is for ! ty the IVItn lrug
On the 10th of DecemlMT, IS97
Itev. 8. A. ! manor, pa-slor M. K.
church, South, Pl. Pleananl, V. Va,,
contracted a aevere cold which wan
attended from the iK-ginning ly viol
ent coughlntf. Hfaa: "After re
aortinir to a number of ao-on!ld
'speciflcV usually kept in toe lion
to no pur)oe, I purchased a bottle of
ChMmot-rlaiD'aCouKh Remedy, which
acted like a charm. 1 moct cheerful
ly recommended It To Ihe pulilic'
For nule by Delia Drug Store. i
Y VIKTl'K (:' AN A 'IT A HMI -N'T
rsrt-titioii inxm-il uul 'f III'- 1 1 1 : t y
t iiurl ul the Male ul Iwkoii lor a.-l..nt
t in county, in luvor of M I'. Ilruwn ami
auitmt I. HiikIi fur Ihe mini of i'l.'i',
ioiIk, ntnl fur the liirtliiT piiiii of tw.tr)
' . 8. koI'I eirin, with inlircKt Uirf-on in
the nitc ol ihtoi-iiI pi-r iiiiiinni I'r.mi tin
iKt tiny of Mnri'li IS.ki ih I -r Ihirost a.i.l
t-xiHriiM-?" ol'iiale anl of naiil wrir.
Now, thiTi'lorf, liy viitue und in pi-noi-pcriiuaiH-e
of Kiiiil juil inrnl I
will on Momlitv thcliith luy of (-t-
olx-i IXO. it til - Mintli dixir uf
the. nurl Iioiik - in lllllalioro. Wuiiiiiit!ln
county Orinoii, il Hit- Imnro! In ' lin k a
m ol MM ilay i II at nililn- ain li'in tn the
lii;lii-il hi.hicr f r null Hip lollo iii(f-h-wrili
il mil pr p rtv t -w t :
); 4 of UicS K ', .fS.Tlioii IT2H I. .1
W Will .Mcr to iiitisfv tin- lnicinh.ri.il
naniml mimii, ami .r thu C'mtn ami rwii
nc of ialil hhIc.
w.iiil pro rly w ill In coM stthjcel to n
ilcmpli.i a M-r Btatutc ol 1 1 riT"ii.
v uiii-i.i my hiiiiil Hun Itih 'lay of pt.
W. I). r.KADPolili,
Kheriir W iwliiinrtoii t'oiinly i m-tfim.
lly f K iirii li
tunny fir Plaintiff,
Wi-tilom' IloUrtine rorrcelK all
bleiiiisl-.en of the free anil niki-s a
tieautiftil complexion. iH-lla Umg
Mokl Ti-a pflllvrlj cnri-n Sick lleail
I tichc, iniliif ption mill roumipntion. A
I ilrliglillul hcrh drink Kcniovi-x ull prup-
tionn of the dkiu, priMlncin; n HTfWt com-
iilciion, or money refunded. 2.1 eta. und
UU. TlieHcltu Iru More.
Oregon Kidney Tea cures back
ache, Sidney and Madder trundle
anil const i pat ion. IMta DriiK Store
Mot Ire ol l-'lnnl Settlement.
Not ice hereby given that the nmlor
nineil ha tiliil Ii in linal nremuit an ad
niinitr:it..f of the etale of Ihivid Wil
trout, ileeeneeil, 'n the county court of tin
Stale of Ir' ifiin, for Washington conntv,
nnd Unit Kinl court ha niiniiit d Mon
day the liith ilar of (.-tolM-r l-e.i'.t, at in
o'clock in the forenoon of naid day the
time (ir hearinif olijiiaionn to mn Ii Dual-ai-cotint,
aud fr the n-tt lenient tlierof.
IiAMKI. WII.TI.IU T.
AilminiHtmtor of the e-eat of Ihivi.l Wil-
Show the lnt of your fielinn und Ihe
state of your health an well. Impure Mood
inakin it.eli apparent in a pal a. el-allow
complexion, I'lmpl. p ml l-kin Kniptioim
If youare tivlinir weak and worn out and
do not have a healthy appearance you
Khoulil try Acker'ii lllood Hixir. It Clln
all blood dieaii w here cheap rarnnarillaii
mill m called purirlem fail : knowiiiK thin
we m-II every laittleon Mjitiveruaraittv.
1 be ielt LniK Blore.
Tin; n-cnts from I'oHhmd think this
is Uu- jiooiTst pliici.! to sell paper in
thoy over saw. Reason: the
IM)I:II;M)KXT has tho trade, hy
eoiirleous treatment and low prices
Taper of .-ill grades, no order too
lnro or too small.