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(i :OJOXIVN RAILWAY mm K TABLE.
April 1, 1*»I.
Lv. Ne vberir, 7 V. a. in ! Lv. Portland, 9:10 a ni
Ar. Poftlaud, » n. m. | Ar. N^ w I htiî 12 ! '» fi.iu.
Lv. Ne.vljc-rK I- *■' ]» m I Lv. I'orGaud, I j*.ni.
Ar. Üortluud, ¡».20 p ni | Ar. Netvberg, O.e) p.in.
l'a s iia g e r ami F reight Kates to u.l p o li.is
Cm bo obtained fron»
i It. Fill.* KLI
Agent New berg.
K. lí. W o o d w a r d 1fc O hm . ('. E m e r y .
FRID AY, A PK IL .*>, 1801.
E ntered a ”» w r o a d rl%s^ m utter st the
ortice at N cw berg, Oregon.
W il la m e t t e I le a l J±Ista,te C o m p a n y
1341’ED KVEKY FlilDAY MOllMXt).
kjutohh a v i »
| W alter S au • AV, editor of 111» 8t. l'uni cursed invalids, succor ruin-born paup»»*,
I KumJay Sun, lias been sentenced to jail ! j uni-h rum-inspired criminal*.”
for thrm months, for publishing un o V
And now, h.ivlng rea l it, lot us inve.li-
R E AL ESTATE, LOANS ANU INSURANCE, STOCK RANCHES ANU GRAIN FARMS,
scene and filthy newspapor. Judge Keir, 'gale a>.d see if tlie (’ round taken is not
in passing sentence,said that lie con. i U r- only tenable, but very clear to any m.nd
ed publishing an obri eno p.i|>er one 0. tho not blinded by willful ignorance. Anu
gri-Htcst offense* in the whole list of m is-, having satisfied ourselves on tii'a point,
J . M . W IM G U T & S O N S , M A N A G E R S .
demeanors. That he would think he had which, though un important one is only
IT E Y / E E P o G , O a .
L A F A Y E T T E , O E -.
been deficient in lib duty if bo did not im one of many, let us take up some otiu-r
pose the highest imprisonment allowed question which is engaging tlie attention
p r o f e s . s k > n a l c a r u s .
by law. Jt would be real interesting to of economists, and carry on our investiga
see tho publisher of tho Sunday Mercury, tions until enabled to form and express
T IIL'RT MOORE,
ol Portland, brought before Judge Kerr.
logical ideas on such subjects. It is your f j •
ilOl'SKnncl SION PAINTER.
duty as a citizen to look into these mat
—¡PHYSICIAN <St SURGEON, :—
H ouse» painted la the latcfct TINTS.
ters. You owe it to yourself, your family Office Ra*l Usslclence One 1 ock South of Bust
itucigiug, tiralulug, Staining and Hard oil
There is one feature of the daily news and your country to do to. You have no 1 Kxz'ssno,
paper that is all tho time becoming more moral right to exert iso tlie great privilege | ___ ________________ _
done by D A Y or CONTRACT.
noticeable, and that is tho tendency of franchise until you can do so intclli- 1 J,-) W. CARMAN, M. D.,
Shop on Maiu Street,
among most papers to give publicity to
all that ia evil, and sneer at all that is foundations on which to build political or NEWBEKG,
good. Most prominent in tlie former social structures, and they cannot long
Office, earner Flr»t sad Mala Streets.
e w b e r g
l o u r in g
il e s
Hniijf little f< rl unea hart been made*t
lino are accounts oi tlie almost daily prize
work for u», by Anna Page, Austin,
fight*. No paper is deemed complete un
i.*iee cut. Others itre ch injraawel!. Why
'i .t 1 * 1 uKoine earn m it #61* 0.»*0 a
less it panders to tho lowest, basest pas then go ahead,” is now here more applica D .
icntli. You can do the work and live
t home, wherever you ere. Rvenbe-
PHYSICIAN it KURGE07
sions of that questionable class called tho
inner* ore easily etiniinit from to
IGetloy. All axe*. Wo show you how
“ s|>orling fraternity,” by publishing de
We have remodeled our MIL L and can now man
•n4 atari you. Can work in at>nr«' time
all tin- time. Uin money for w ork-
tailed accountsof these beastly exhibition'.
Office na M iln «eri et. < |>;> dice J. P. Carter's
Kriliirc unknown sumne them ufacture FLOUR of the best grade, hij the FULL
NliW mill w "inlerfui. I'erticulnrs fret
store. Call nm-leat ail hoars. (“ .route
.So common have these tilings become, former, you cannot afford to longer, cow
ll.UuSIvttii Co. lluk »«O Poi'tluutf^Xuiutf
cu ‘ - e -eccoci' y
that the hoys on our streets, boast of their ard-like, hide behind a hundred years of
llflk -F E E D W ILL BE GROUND E V E R Y a » T r a n s v y p f
ability in the practice of this "manly art,”
f ( _ W. MuCONSEI.L, M. I).
and watch for and read these accounts as acitize.:, and an interested one, it ia
PHYSICIAN fc SURGE* -N.
with avidity. Talk of tiro dime novel; it your duly to investigate into the affairs of
is not near so demoralizing in its influen this great national household, and be a NEWP.KBO,
Office in tlie i-v ’ <■■■ residence, all es!
WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION TO Ol*R CUSTOMERS.-
ces as tliepo abominations in tlie guise ol thinker rather than an automaton. And
— CALL AND SEE US. ______
promptly attteii.f.-d to cl.iy or nlei.t. J'i. t'M
daily newspapers, for the novel meets if called upon for an opinion regarding of women und cnilûivu a sped uUy.
only the eye of him who seeks them, hut matters of national importance, bo able
the daily paper is found at every turn, to give expression to “ a reason for tho
IIAROIJ) Cl AUK,
(hi t/io table of tho Christian, in tlie store hope that is within you.”
lin s. O. N. D enny , who Ima been in
China and Corea for several venia, will
return lo this ronntiy in June. Mr. Den
ny lathe m in who introduced Chinese
ulieuiunts into Oregon.
Ii is tlie old, old atory. A young man
named Richurds living near Mehama,
Marion eoimly was out deer hunting and
on Ilia return with a deer lie climbed up
an embankment and pulled the gun after
him. The gun waa diachareed. the ball
striking him in I lie groin and ranging
upward passed nearly tbrougli bis entire
body. Ha lived until the next morning.
T llfclu “t Oregon legislature granted
stali diplomas to I ho-” graduating from
tli» iliflknint «mil«",-»-* In till“ ■ tat», "’¡'Ids
ndvai.tuge Ima formerly lssm given only
to graduatisi o f the State Normal School,
and has had a tendency to take students
from tbe colleges and plane them in tin
Normal School, where tlie course Is
shorter. The fairness o f the act muy
readily lie seca, as no one can deny tiial
it is not right to grant privileges to one
» -ltool and not to another.
Amu r the dosest man wo have heard
of for boiiio time ia the fellow who fo il
his son-in-law one half of a cow, and then
refused to divide the milk, claiming that
lie hud only Hull the front half. He re
quired the son-in law to provide all tho
f -ed for the animal, and wator her thus
times a day. Recently tho cow hooked
the old man ; and then ho sued tho son-
in-law for damage. This man we would
reinaik, is a very near relative to tho
subscriber, who changes his location and
forgets to settle tho bill for bis subscrip
tion ami lets the p.i|ier go on until the
|iost master notifies llm publisher that
tho paper is uncalled for.
When tbe steamer Northwest icached
this city last night a telegram was await
ing her giving instructions not to contract
for any more freight, but to clour up bei
work as she goes down preparatory to go
on the Columbia river route. This same
order will keep tbe Toledo off tbe Wil
lamette, she belonging to tho same com
pany. The boats belong to llm Columbia
river combino, mul in order to keep tin ir
places in the combination, they mutt
obey tbe orders of it and bring all their
boats to llm Columbia to drive the com
petition bouts o!f the river. The Man
zanillo going below will leave the upper
Willamette practically without any com
petition. Tho Oregon Pacific will have
the only boats on tlie river.—( '<«/). Journal.
Only a few days ago tho captain of the
sie un r Northwest was urging tho im
provement n( the landing at this piaci
saving lie would stay with shippers on
tlm Willamette if they would stay with
him and lie is oil' the river already.
Opposition boa Is are an uncertainquanti
Watch maker and Jeweler.
REPAIRING FINE WATCHES & CLOCKS A SPECIALTY.
J. 0. TARRANT & SON,
0. B. Haworth,
or office of tho business man, in tho hands
of tho mechanic, in reading rooms, every
where it is to bo met with. Tho daily
newspaper in its legitimate field is ull
right and well nigh indispensable, hut
when it comes to our homes laden witli
such demoralizing freight as is to bo pick
ed up about tho rooms of some "athletic
club,” it is time to call a halt. ISottcr
that we should dispense with our daily
than ruin our boys, and wo lielievo that
it is ttie duly of every man to boycott
such representatives of tlie press as per
sist in publishing such “ news.” There
is u lingo field in which to glean news for
the dally paper without drifting into tlie
saloon or that equally pernicious relic of
barbarism, tho modern athletic club,
And tlie daily that will start out with a
management having enough buckbone to
step up to a higher plane, and strivo to
give the people ull tho nows without get
ting down to the dirty business of giving
detailed accounts of such ucts of brutality,
will indeed “ till a long felt want.” Till
such a pajier d'les appear it wt.ru best at
least to keep the daily paper out of the
hands of our buys.
YKLI.OWS IN I'KACIIKS -ItEUAKK!
Cash paid for W heat
A Clean, Weil-Kcdeeted Stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries and Confectionery, Al-
....... . n renr •« l.em(r r ian.i hv .fr.hr. R,
w ayson Hand, (jiieenswn re, Glassware, Wooden ware
«•- . h i:>, I ro; ..“c.Y.,ut »unk for u* If .ador,
.* in >n r k - :i* luu- h, hut vie ( to >
and Rest Brands of Flour.
r-ci!;) .uql’i- !»!>' hoIV tun.Ill from ifS to
Í t«J li ..-iati lit- »lari, a i. cl |in>ii> a* y on fn
• n. 1; tli - »• -, « i »s.». In it ii i |inrt cf
i in«-i;iii. \'.ii can (oli.uni. i * at lu-ine, jriv-
.'.g- hu yc m ii: i i|«n awBMt*oui» to
* w Ail I» ii'.-n . Great I'tiy M l*frr
o ei V V i i!ter. We itm t you. furnishing
r . ivtl.i',.. KAhll , H EKl.ILY ¡earii.-.l.
1AUU • ¡Aid* Fi(i:E. AiMret. .it on. e,
V E T E R I N A R Y
K U R G H O N .
Tim treatment of horses a specialty.
Calls attend» 1 with promptness.
N ewheko ,
O regon .
s;i.\uu.» * CO.. l'GUlLAM), JUUiK#
~ rft.- '
MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING.
«- K <t> 0 —
A full line of Millinery goods. New arrival?
of the latest styles every week. Cutting am) 1
flit lag by the French bias system. Location oo |
M rs . N ettib H anson .
MAIN ST. NEWBERG. OR.
C x ro ce rie s, P r o v i s i o n s .
Kays tho Marysville (Cal ) Appeal:
“ I’oach trees can scarc ely he planted in
California fast enough to make up for the
large number destroyed in tho East by
tho di-care known as the yellows. Many
thousands of acres of peach orchards of tlie
Atlantic: coast have been ruined of lute
years by file scourge. And as yet noth
in;; has been found to stay its ravages,
while even its origin is not known. Care
should he taken to prevent tho introduc
tion of this malady in California through
¡111 ¡«ortations of nursery stock from eastern
localities infested with tlie y -Hows.”
The above is equally applicable to Ore
gon and our nurserymen can not be too
careful about shipping in trees from the
cast. We understand ttiat different ones
throughout the state have been receiving
large shipments from the east which is
certainly very hazardous business. The
yellows wo understand attacks tho tree,
root and branch, and if tlie scourge should
once reach us ami get a hold on the prune
orc hards, the large majority of which are
grafted on peach roots, tho damage to tho
fruit interests of our country would he
almost beyond conception, ft is to he
hoped that our nurserymen who are inter
ested even more than any oilier class of
people, w ill lock the door in this case be
fore tlie horse is stolen.
P ro p rieto rs.
A full lino cf undcr-
i taker's goods may he J O S E P H W I L S O N ,
ID IE L T
1 S T .
OREGON found at my residence
Gold flUUg ft kpoclalty. O * o r V ita liz e ! Air on Winooski street. Pri
giveu in f.xtr.u'iiiijf tetth. AH
Portrait & Landscape
A P iT IS T .
» < — a-a
J X lillin ery.
N E W
B E R G ,
0 Y Ò E C 3-0 3 ST.
Before sending your children away from home to school investigata tbe merits of
N E W STOCK!
rZ E W S T O V lti
Of The Latest Styles.
We are prepared to offer better advantages now than at any time in the past.
Five courses of study: viz. GRAM MAR SCHOOL, ACADEMIC, COMMER
IIATS TRIMMED TO ORDER ON
| SHORT NOTICE.
ALSO A FULl CIAL, MUSIC and ART.
LINE OF READY TRIMMED GOODS
The Grammar school and Academic
opportunities for a thorough
| ON HAND. CALL AND EXAMINE J ;in(| rcfin0)j education. In tiie Commercial course students
may obtain a practical
working knowledge of Book-keeping, Ac,
M rs . S. E. S mith .
In tlie Music course instruction will he given on tho Piano and Organ. Piano for
lean he enriM'l nt our NKW linn of work
rnplilly nml l»«*w<*mhly, l*v those - a , practice will be furnished students at $1.00 per month. In the Art course instruc
«¡ili' r sel, i oli ii g or old. nml in th
own lu« ul t" lierevnr t!•* y live. A
ny | lion will be given in Crayon Drawing and Oil Painting.
si st ws U me .mi <!<• ;h«* Murk. Kusy t«> learn.
We furnish cv«rythiiijj. We start >. u. N«. risk. Y. u inti devote
EDW IN MORRISON, Principal.
your hjmru inoinciiis. or n : ; your lime to the ork. 'I hi» i» nn
entirely n«*v I«' m !, iii i brin;, s \con*Urful ::i tes» t«» every n oik r.
Beginner* hiv «'.iriiiiiff fre.u Í2.'. to #.'.0 ju-rnei-k and n| iviirds,
mid moro after :i little txji»ri«*.i« We ean run.isli yen the etn-
t amt teseli i-"U r«fM . \o sjmi e to ex |di*:n here. Full
tufuriualion FICEE. 'ì' il['. «VI O., -ti Gl STA, AULNE.
Tho greatest lin k generally notieeable
Portraits enlarged ro life size and finished
among that majority class known as the
in Crayon India Ink or Water Colors,
“ common people,” is a lack of knowledge
R oom over M oore B ros ., D rug S toke
concerning the commonest principles of
government. To speak to them on any
Miinple principle of political economy
A YEA li 1 1 in«*,!'' kM'.ESrS.
tc.-.ch auy fairly Intclllgcnt pvn*(.n ol t iiii* i
w ould he about as satisfactory and equally
irt, wlio c * ii rent I ami w rite, mid who.
after instruction, will work ludurlrioiuly,
as well understood as to lire a broadside AN UIMKNSK STRAWUBBItY CIIOI’.
In.iv to earn 'Hirer 'I'kimrutni Dolltu*. i
Yc:. i In their «»vii le» aiiii#'»,ivlier* * cr they ¡ivo. I will ulto filini. !>
of Greek into them at abort range. Now
the situai Ion or cinjdoyiiiciit.iit will« Ii you cun * urn tint utiicm.l
No money f»r me unless aui eeanful n* ul*»»*•. I'.m.i!y nin! «¡uiel.!»
A prominent fruit grower of western Iia
there is no earthly excuse for this, and tlie
rnc-il. I di-sir« hut «me worker from •udì distrili « rcbuiity. I
■FAR River Landhier,
liam ulreHiJjr tnuirht nml iirovi«!*'«! with «ii.|*l*>>in« m a t.'g lVrFARHawmniam,
people have only themselves to blame for New York, from a single patch of sixteen n
il'll!' -r, ii lio nrr iii.ilstun *v. c VkODD ujici «u. !.. It'» N I . ’
EAR the Town of New berg,
the criminal negligouee that has so long
IS» x iJiO. A I,-tint«.. Ataim*. J«’« KAR Schools and Churches,
iiopt them in tlie dark on matters regard hundred bushel* of strawberries, Tho
ing tlie great hotly politic. The following entire crop was sold at an average price
W. S. P owell .
J. J, S hipley ,
from a correspondent in ll.o IFm-M, is a of twelve and a half cents |«w quart, real
P O W E L L . & S H IP L E Y .
very cleat presentation of facts, so fur as izing tho snug sum of live thousand Iwo
the liquor question is concerned, ami is
(T he E. H. W oodward F arm .)
and Dealer.* in
an instance of tho profitableness of thorou
EXCELLENT FRUIT LAND.
worthy of a careful reading:
"llo w tow, indeed, have any just idea ghly scientific fruit growing.
riiia property will double in value in the
Good strawberries can be raised by the
of the real province of charity, ami ivhatn
■JSO, Cor. Freut A .ieffcw.-on Si«.
next year. For sale on easy terms, hy
large class of voters there is, who nro in bushel, says Orange Judd, cheaper than
fluenced by the old argument uguins pro wheat. The space necessary to supply
hibition, viz: “ That it would stop the I a family need not be large. We have
O R E G O N .!
llotv of ue.told revenue into the national averaged one quart to two and sixteen F r o m T E H 51 I N A L o r I X T K I Î I - W K W B E B O ,
I n tiik Holectiun of teachers for palili,-
one-hundredths square feet, cr at the rate
O i l P O IN T S th o
h -I i io I h ¡1 ¡s noi ulways Ilio tea. ber who
" i t is rigid at tills point that economic of six hundred and thirty bushels per acre.
will work for tho smallest pay timi isthe
science touches the temper.nice question' The Ohio Fanner says that if straWlicrnc*
( hes|M-t In thè end. Teaching is a pro
• Something New,
One of tlm simplest laws of political econ cli. urtl re! i/i i.'ic tall, thev will fruit the
fessino and thè qualificatimi* of thè touch
omy is, that whatever paralyzes industry next season, as it is the fall gionth of
orare bis stock in traile, and bis servii'»*
is an enemy to the welfare of society, to root which supports the plant for the next
aro wortli whatever thoy will commutili
Is t'io line to take
he fought at every point, to ho bunted year’s fruiting. J. J. Tlmmas recom
in thè market. Mcliool direetors w ho are
down and stumped out if possible, and vet mends in planting to make a little mound
It Ooi'lains 10, 20 asd 40 Acre Lots,
ahrcoet of thè tini, s Ini far thè Itesi touch*
a mayor of a certain city protested against under tlie roots, and spread tho roots
Is ici ly Flatted with Streets.
er i ami g»t Rioni ltecause tlioy are w'illiug
It is the DINING CAR ROUTE. It ru n»
»75 a r. s ;:i all. 400 acres undei cultiva
closing tlm saloons of that city, because, evenly upon it, and then carefully cover
T hron eh VESTIRI LKI) TRAINS
tu pay wliat their Services uro Wnrlh,
as lie said, it would reduce 25,001) people them. Thus treated they grow twice as |
E V E R Y DA V in the year to
N E W B E R G , O REG O N .
w lilt li i* ait rigli* and prop r. This leavt
Lie* Rightly- ami rolling.
mi1» from R.
to beggary. Certainly political economy well as when planted aa they usually are.
theslow plotliling .fiatlift to tulle w luti
can, as a practical science, do much tocn- V writer say*: The secret of succes* in
is loft just thè salini as lle> muli w ho bùia
(No CIIANGK OF CARS)
lightcn the widespread blindness that raising the strawberry ia watering it free
for a cheap hors» and who of murati gota
cannot ms 1 tlie fallacy of such an argu ly daily. Mr. Fuller say*: Early scarlet Compntr'f of rUniiirj in l'n9Hrpn**cd,
Pri'-'-s ran»» from ;-5 to |40 per n»ri>. ! JESSE EDWARDS,
Ita,no > ft efori*
a "Plug ” l’roltahly lini must fuminoli
........... Fr»t< blent.
ment as this. What of tlie thousands up should 1 h ' always grown in beds, Triom-
Tt rms, ' ; «-ash, balance 3 years time.
B. C. MILKS,.........
(>f Latcft Equip men t,
ermr ili thè a let timi of toachera ia inaile
on thousands who are reduced to a worse
MOSES VOTAW ,. ..
l.y aecepting lite olii theory lliat uny bit
............................ C a s h ie r .
beggary by the keeping open of those ners kept trimmed off. Mr. Knox says:
l’ est that ean l>c coast rut ted nml i which
of a girl just teiicrge I frinii short tlresacc
To I ,1 i nt to applv on payment.
same saloons? True political science will Strand.errics do not injure grapevines
Rcooramodatteiis are for holders o f First or
“ knmvs” eno.igh lo tendi lini ‘ little fel
D I R E C T O R S ;
furnish figures from both sides. It would
lo*-*” ami site is giveu a place whont thè
B. C. MILES.
sih ' oi that a country like ours, whole pros
E. A. MORRIS.
To and from all P*>ints in NEWBERG,
vere boat talent in thè solino! »tiglit to bc
J. C. COLCORD
E. II. WOODWARD.
perity depends upon the intelligence of its j
empiili c<l. The olii adagi# "lat suro you
N I \Ti: IIOIC l l f l l . T l !(AL HOriKTY
and EU ROPE ran be purchased at any T ick e
1 ¡livens in all matters eonlrohng govern
urti righi, then go allenii” is appi, alili
Olbce o f this C om p m y.
Ci rtifu-atc» of Deposit is*u»<l payable on demand.--------------- Exi-bange bought anil
mental life, as well us society and home
Lrogram of thè Quarterly Meeting
bere, for one of thè inoat necessury tliings
Full inform ation cou rcroh u r rates, tim e of
wl«l.------------Good notes disccnntvd.------------ Deposits received subject to «-beck at
tile, ami the study of |H>liticul science, all
to he hdd in thè Senato Chamber of thè
willi tbe filici ia to bave thè fo.imlutioii
-ig’it and a general banking buninew transacted.------------ Collections made on all
economic questions should receive vastly Stale House Salem,
application to any ajtent, or
for all oduealion nell !uid l>y cottine 111
scecsoabiu points intiiu United States and Canada.
in. re attention. At least tho temperance
A. I). CHARLTON,
d'uestlav, Aprii 1 Uh, lStll. Kuronoon
righi start. The desire in thè cliiltl fui 1
people must conic to st e that tluir (‘art
.... «5- TILTON, Portland.
nn educatimi dopcmls largì Iv ori Ibis ini
of the woik lies in the need of educating
No. lL*l Hi st Slut t, Cor. W sf I i .,
(Aaiional Park Lank, Aew lark-
"Tho I a ' s ioiis of IS'.W.” —U. D. Alien,
istriani point. The primari’ teuchor (ami
the young, if tho old won’t Ixi educated;
Port huid, Or.
othera alno) who ha« no make un for aet* |..
. . , #
, . ,
arc invited lo call at the Bank for information concern
tliai useful material turned mio a poison-
ilnji ontniilo uf «»M worn out ruts und the
“ Die Strawlcrrv an i it* Cnlturo.” —F. ! K. 1!. \VOOl>\YARI>, Agent, •
ing the City.
j ous prwluct bei*omea a curar, and that in*
Ncw beig, Oregon.
textbook, will never Bueeeetl. On tin
Ilofnr, ’-aleni, f
I dii'-try, whicli shouM I m uacd in huiUlin^
other har.il the one who pusses about w ith
"l'riining ami Training tho lVa.-li.” — M. !
! up, a lien tunirti to thè work of tearin^ I
o|>on even anti lay-» up a store house of
K. lioyclecker, l'ulton. i
! dow n, hccmne h un insufTrraole actjurge ;
knowhittle from nature an.I the enntnon
"Notes fmiii N .'ltlvrg."- U. E. Hoskin*. '
that money s|H»nt for that whirh honumhs
events of life aiul who has the (art foi
Ne» lierg. j
produrtive ener^y, or that whirh is in* j
making the proper appiicati.... lx foie the | l.om,,iau,lo willl it( u cU>ar
no mat Tiieslav, Aprii llth , 1S01. Aflernoon |
little folks will wneerd. Some people
ter into wiioeo till the money gooa or in *
iì a i ni Fi* I he r JvhtMo
think that tlie salary, of the primary I
“ Wh.it 1 lui >iv alami «lrainage.” —J. F. ,
what Fha|ie it cornea hack to the spender; j
The last of the nr u war heroes He «lied
teacher ou^ht to b«< the smallest of any of
Beat.v, t'hemawa. honored and hel««Yi-.l by liumbcrle-a personal
and that productive enyrgy itself, when
tin instructors in the school which i* a 1
“ What Kliall ili«» Harvest la’ . —frolli un friends a id by million* td hi* countrymen,
who will read with d«dnrht his early life. His
u>cd for the increase of that which reacts
very erroneous idea. Thera are only a
A. era id w ar ree.>r.I, at IU ; l L i n . in ihe Army of
in hai in upon its oourje, is rtiecr loss.
v Cl Vi i ! V mv at S hiloh . M kmi ’H is . Y u ks
CONSTANTLY KEEPS ON HAND
limited nutnhrr oi t achrrs w ho are well
lìogers. l erest (trov«>. | Hl»:«.,
l’ Il ATTA N * ** .V. K N«'X V t LI.K. Ml"¡. V VKY
Carefully prepared statistics show with-!
«>!her |*a|«'rs arv proniisi.l but n.>t hav- ; Kiev y . V tlan ta . an«l in the im m ortal “ MAIUTI
<pialifìed both hy nature and proper train*
TO T H K SK\. w h«"i' grandeur ami irlory has
out jKisnihlo doubt of tho truth of the |
in« for this pl.itv in Ilio school, ami con*
I ing liti '» » e are oWigetl to mak«' an ne\er t*ee t »nrpas'»'<l in tin* W orld * history.
facts, that tlie Inpior tiattic robs labor of
le AV h eel
hidcrin« that the leat her, il he really suc
! apimrentlv stiort program. It is bopeil new an.I very superi« r
its market for its product, robs labor of
ceeds iti this responsible position, works
tliat a guani attorniano» mai be lm«l at this | s t i e l i i \ r; i ' iik t k \ i r v r t i i k
W i n d Mi l l
tho ri^ht to do uood work for bread, and
I IKE i
lianler than any other one in the school,
| meeting as biisinesa of con*ù le rublo ini- ;
U S T C X j X J I D I I T o -
also the right to get bread for its lalior.
m ade from a ph.-t - h t
! (Hirtainv is to «nino np is'fon» tilt* *«H'i«'lv l o t Udn ••»* n.i.t »how in* him lu
( e n cra i*•
1st. Tlie li'pior trallic tlestmy* raw
he should I k * paid I* * ws«rs than an'
for ilisnis-lon : «ne importuni matto! »ili uniform
Can grm«ltiate the »prv«l o f the w heel a* low
I h e w tek w ill co n tila «hon t •
material, which pro|ierly manipulated,
a* 1 « »tr*'ke* p**r m inute in »tnm v wind«.
other tcatdicr i-icept the principal. The
In- tho «.’ optimi of a scherno for tbe ex- i p erb ’.v lil t*irated t»v p rtralt*.
would pro lat e wealth.
We u*e only 1 J «liferen t pUn*«* lu the cut ire
hil'itr ami pn initims thoron ; tbe staml-
excuse may I kì od reti that the dinvtors
eoo*trnetl«>n «>f the Irou w»«rk.
*Jd, The capital and l.»h»*r investisk in ing .•ommittfs's, a in.ist important luat-
only have a limite 1 amount of mone) ami
Our Mill eeun«>t be e«iuallc«l f»>r simplicity
the traffic add not a dollar to the aggre-!
CMiwrsjuently must employ cheap teach* I
ter neglected by your hoc ret ary, will be
p. wer. a 11*1 »elf K«*veruin* principle».
W o m anufacture
ers in order to have the usual nun»l**r of Hto of tli«? nation m wreultli. lin a nun* unnouDitHi at thia meeting. Trusting
productivo in v« si incut <»f capital no«! la
TASKS, f t V/*s
n/.VD (I ILL S ir PLIES
th.tt all incmhcr^, not able t«> mtt«*n«l,
months taught. IH*liver any rrh<M>l from
h t ruin« liitojr « af it* abare of tho commun ¡
IU » -Ir<*
o t CTcry de>crip
ha\ in j *,nc 'tiona t«> It* l-rought betöre
Hi« h a cti:;* huion. Itetier far to have five
Reliable a*cent» wauled .
m l r d FK
good which wo nid accrue from u ju«»f»er '
u u n occu p ied territory
the w i« tv f**r «hi*«*uavion will frinì them
nionths c»f m I ujo I taught hy fir>*t class in*
an j productive inviHtinunt there f.
. I >tmte
to the :?'«crvtary at an early «late, 1 remain
Mructora from principal down, than to
3 d . T h e fruì
* 1 h>
have Feven months of school “ k *ptM * ;
Ul Ml VILLE, 1ND , V. &. A.
.bur l nine it wi
Yard Near the Depot.
i.isillN r» k * i .
L. K I » ..., ? ac . S. il S. i
*»i lit)ary tea he*a.
ad for a Cata!vu.te.
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