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RETIRING FROM BUSINESS!
cemprises a whole county, and is
valued at many million pounds.
It is the Roderick O’Neil estate,
which the priest says is to be di
vided, among six O’Neils, who will
Kd I tor.
Southoru democrats waived their eac^ receive 6,000,000 pounds,
claims to a place on the ticket ex- Two, he said, lived in The Dalles,
Eyerv citizen of this free govern-1 pressly to prevent the cry of “sec- two in Seattle, and two in Sacra-
ment, where we have the right to, tionalism”. and yet that cry has mento. If the priest’s story is true
, the O’Neils of The Dalles meant
sit d iwu under a juniper tJee, sage b<en raised by republicans,
• may be Will and John O'Neil. No
bush or fig tree, and worship God
other O’Neilc are known.
according to the dictates etc , with
The leaders of the democratic
Both are now absent from the
goldbugs to h ad and the A P. A. ’.party had their way in 1892. Why
Having determined to close np my business, a good opportunity
city, and their family history could is offered everyone to purchase supplies at prices that will justify in
t » j «
to follow in the wake, is I L/Otwccn
they not be willing to give
thtse two fires. It looks as if the the men who have done the voting not be learned. John O’Neil is at ,«layng in a full years supply.
present in the Greenhorn district,
most of us, if not ready to melt, we a chaoce in 1896?
near Canyon City, where h® went
are at least prespiring freely. No
Mike Your I vestments While
I over a week ago. William O’Neil
thing like it kind friends! It is
If the gold democrats wish to do is working at Seufert’s cannery.
good for us to sweat a little, it
I the thing which would help Bryan
The story can scarcely be true,
throws off the impurity of bad pol
the Chronicle. Sixty million
gooils will be charged on my books and all parties owing me
itics and religion, which through
to make an early settlement.
of our bodies
has entered. •• > .
and must needs be purged. This I:eia-
or two hundred thousand dollars
heating and sweatidg operation is
an elixer and gives us courage.
> With Bryan from Nebraska and nrght have been credited, but the
Since the nomination of W. J I Sewall from Main it cannot be said larger amount—well hardly.
Brian for president, all of h’s that the democratic candidates live
hu.ui'Ie followers, are denounced too near each other,
bv the newspap rs of gold bug pro-
pensities as populist®, anar nists,. The republicans are making
j .1 zxl.xvi a zi
iniquity, ' great efforts to hide the fear they
well begun is half done. Begin
, well by gutting Ferrf’e Seeds.
Is not this enough to make ns feej over the nomination of Bryan
Don't let wince determine
vour crop, but plant Ferry’s
OF THE FAMOUS
'Heeds. Known and sold
swsat? Can any gond come out of and SewaU, but they are not sue-
Before you plant, get
Nazareth? So say the goldbug leeding.
Ferry’s Seed Annual
for 1896. Contains more prac
Mr. Bryan is c died a i azar’n', bi -
tical information for farmers
It is dollars—silver dollars—to
and gardeuers than many high-
cause he is a western man of west brass buttons that McKinley will
priced text books. Mailed free. .
it. ■. ruiBY a co., BSTBOIT, bicil
ern political views, and^not a wor not dare to enter a joint discussion
sliiper of Wail street and monev ’ with Byran
corporations. JulTording to the'
views of the ‘‘silk hat” fraternity,
The New York Herald should
there is no democratic party except
the goldhug part of the party. The take something for that excited
FOR SALE IN KEGS AND BOTTLES.
class of this government, who have feeling, or the cosequences may be |
heretofore diotated finance in pol serious.
To the E ditor »—I have an absolute
remedy for Consumption. By its timely use '
itics, have been left behind, and
thousands of hopeless cases have been already
now there is nothing so vile oi im
A bad case of Bryan fright has permanently cured. So proof-positive am I
power that I consider it my duty to
pure, as all things and all politics • indefinitely suspended McKinley of
ft its two
bottles fret to those of your readers
contrary to their belief- •
who have Consumption,Throat, Bronchial or
I Lung Trouble, if they will write me their
The common people, the south |
express and postoffice address. Sincerely,
and west, should have no voice in| j Even Mark Hanna and McK:n- T. A. SLOCUM. M. CL 1*3 Furl SL. few York.
The Editorial and Business Management ot
political matters pertaining to* the ]ey / inu“t be convinced by this time »#■
this Paper Guarantee this gsnsrous Proposition.
interests of these Fictions, I Lilt (that the silver question, and not the
CHAS. JOHNSON Proprietor.
should quietly submit to dictation,' tariff, is to be tbe lead'ing is8ue of
so those former leaders would have I the Cttrnpaign.
There is no justice or common ' It looks like the democratic par
senre in this kick against the reg ity would have numerous new lead
ular nominee of the party, and we ers before the campaign ends
Wines Liquors, and Cigars.
are for the ticket first, last and
Good Billiard tables, PleaaantJCard Room«, «t«., «te.
; The only Maine man who was
Saloan is first class in every particular. Experienced bartender
1 ever nominated for second place on
If some democrats who did not a national ticket, before Mr. Sewall.
Mixed drinks to please the most fastidious.
have their way at Chicago are not was elected. Those who are in-
coretul they will be overcome
--------- by dined to superstitious think that
the heat. This isn’t good weather argues well for Bryan and Sewall
to get one's blood too hot Keep |
cool, gentlemen, and if you can't j There may be another president-I
keep cool at least keep as cool as
as ial tiiket put up by the bolting)
you can. You will thank us 1 f°r democrats, but there will be but
the hit iater on.
one democratic ticket.
To get right down to hardpan it , And now it is said that the silver
Siln.toa on Silvios Hvor 1 mil. E.,t .f
n,„ th# kridp
is just as well to state that whiP | sentiment is growing so rapidly in
Than Bver Before
the democrats who bolted the dem New Jersey that Hobart is badly
Customers wil receive GOOD FLOUR from
ocratic ticket and platfor.j are !
frightened at the prespect of not
more numerous than we care to see
being able to carry his own state.
1,500 TOPICS Good Wheat
take that step, they are mostly in
states from which no democratic
Tell.' r^erytl.in/! Yon "’ar;
io Know When lou
electoral votes could have been ob
A Story of Fabulons Wealth.
VVaat to Know It.
tained upon any ticket or platform.
Ifore the convention, and yet that
man is as strong a candidate as
— cculd have been named to run on
WKDNK8UAT JULY. 221»«
the platform adopted.
I offer my Entire Stock ot Goods
at Cost tor
My Stock is Complete.
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John Booth, of the Dalles, while
A newspaper notorious for its riding on a train a few days ago,
audacious fakes has caused Mr. engaged in conversation with a
Bryan to decide not to grant any Catholic priest, who, according to
interviews to newspaper men dur Booth, lived at Fossil. The priest,
ing the campaign The paper in learning he was from The Dalles,.
question attached a fac simile of told him of the good fortune of two I
Mr. Bryan's signature to a fake of Its residents, who fell heir to |
interview which it prnted.
130,000,000 each, says The Dalles
I Chronicle. An immense property
Only one man was ev»r no.ninil* in Ireland, which had been in liti-
ed for President of the UniUd gati m f.<r 50 years, has finally been
staU s lie.* use of a speech made be- settled by the courts. The estate
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