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HARTER A BROTHERS’ PUBLICATIONS.
'H gthe cl- u l «Neh b.4 ratted < ■
I ha mini was removed, he tould
re member distinctly every circum
THVr.BDAY, MARCH '.7, IMO.
stance connected with his strange
k tions on
arriving at Pendleton,
IU-H k R’I i * Note».
; ! d he reiterated the story told dur
in - the night.
DOFS THIS LIE AT YOt R LOOK.
lie is recovering rapidly, and
The bitterest thing of al! is that
i: I soon be able to be up and around.
the government that protects tin
:s tale reads like a romance, but
beai-fs i f the ti Id, the birds of the
vouched for by the county physi
• I even the fishes of the S"ii.
•i, Dr. Vincent, and other gentle
ul v refuses to protect our boys
i of unquestioned veracity.—
hut actually sells them to raisi
Combine» (he juice of the Bloc
publie revenue. For every il’XX-
California, so laxative and outctitous,
with the medicinal virtues of plant-,
'collected from the liquor oligarchy
known to be most beneficial te_the
human system, forming theON LY PER
public revenue, some m ithcr's so:
FECT REMEDY to act gently yet
is sacrificed on the locking, putriu
promptly on the
[Continued from fiis'.’pt gel
filter of Bacchus. And what w*
Quebce, March 12th: In the
complain of as mothers, isthatthei
I legislature, a refulution war
sell our boys too cheap—only .
ihoua:in(l dollars a piece fir Loys ...is.-, 1 in favor of the construetion
— SO THAT —
worth to us tl.cir weight in dia ■ a .i railway from Qirbcc to Ft PURE BLOOD.
i..rica l ay, on the Labrado
refreshing sleep ,
HEALTH and STRENGTH
A thnt inotl e '. who pr. -r r her
Naturally follow. Every one is using it
white souled child to h-r breast . qw 1 ■’b>2 milt a.
and all are delighted with it. Ask yoiu
druggist for SYRUP OF FIGS. Manu
what .<hs will take for her boy, a:: I
The jury in the case of Mr». L. factured only by the
Hi" will tell you that all tl:" money
Ti rry, charged with contempt <
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
in the United States treasury could
S an F kakcisco , C al
court f>r resisting Mar Lil Frank
h'«w Ye«a. NX
not buy the one little light a n
i:i his attempt to take her from tin
that nestles in I k r 1 o-om. N- , '(■
court room, when so ordered by
don’t sell otir chihlre.i to th.' slow
Jtldg Fi-1 I h , failed to ng-ee; re
torturcsof i.h<'drinking sal o i W <
MIlltil.L in eight for aquittal ami
an r J bed l.y the municipal an
four f ;r conviction.
thorities, robb d by the State,
All < ’':m..t.'S agret’ ,.i:i piaci:...
robbed by the liquor oligarchy; a!'
united together hind jo: ■ 1 to hand th-total population of the Uniti J
Stites, which this year’s census will
O/. i: »VEIL
shir at <>•",< IKIJ.'iKl. An increase
of thirty per cent above the censu.-:
A l*i a< tica! InconMMcacy.
liken ia 18SO.
It is said ‘hat liberalism a.id rtt
it are com
A tearful a idwv , at CbarlesMn, In
bined the fln
tional preaching Is putting ruffled
\V. V . ; i . Attained an order
shirts ami cologne on men who are
fo ir <I< Lars v»orlh <>f groci ries front al skill, the
rotten within. If there is one thing
th-’ I’«H»r Coiniiiisfcioners. N\ xl and
I consider it.di c i.t, it is tho way in
day tho provisions were spretai as elements, and
which (limit.als are rosetted and
efre.-hnients t her wedding ban- all known ad
carried out of life. When a mtir-
make a sew
lerer ia to he hat.god, women send
lowia.f Io him. I’riests run to him
There are t ight "aric'ii s of lepro3 desirable to
.•■nd philantlirophist3 hurry after sy recognized in China,'and the <li- sell or use.
him. H<'s going to die. Aretherc ’«.'ise is re garded ns contagious, infec
ELDREDGE MFC. CO.
not 100,0(10 persons dying nil lions and hereditary, but is s.ii'l to
Factory sad Wholesale Office, Belvidere. 1U.
around and there is nobody to run disappear in four generations.
4/7/ Wabash Ave., Chicago.
89 Broad Street. New York,
to them? There is no sympathy for
Three private individuals in the
them, but if a monst-r is to die f( r
a foul murder, the Hood gates of United States are allowed to send
sympathy are opened, and newspa- mail free of post ige. They are’ the
pers tell how he died trusting in widows of Presidents 1‘olk, Grant
Jesus. Faugh! Can a man who and Garfield. In 1.S36 Congress
crept up to the ^allows through passed an act conferring this privi
— WlTU —
common sewi rs, at the hist mo- lege on the widows of presidents.
THE SAN FRANCISCO
ment, just before th. last effort to
Will January 1, A. D., 1900 be
obtain pardon, suddenly blossom
• I g n ng of the twentieth c< nti>
out into fervent religious life?
ry, or will January 1, 1901? is the
Strict, $1.%5 per Yem,
’Don't believe it.
W. II. C.
question now bothering the college
THE SAtl TP.ANCISCO
processors of the East.—Telegram.
The early (Jii'jstjai) church was
composed of persons who believed
and repented of sin, and received but it doesn’t editors. They all
Pa’ice, Sii.OO pea» Year,
baptism and the gift of the Holy ajree that the latter date has to b
AS PREMIUMS FOR
Spirit—persons who were of one
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A is a Imndsomo cight-page baper. It is is
nesses of the truth that whosoever century began January 1 in the
sued every Thursday, and contains all of
shall call upon the name of the year 2. and the second century Jah
the important news of the week, gleaned
Lord, shall be saved, That is the 1, 101, of course, the year 100 clos from every quarter of the glol>e, complete
to date of publication. It contains in
pattern for to-day.
C. II. W.
teresting special correspondence from all of
can see that but processors wl o tn
the principal cities of tho world and a vast
to be too erudite. Perhaps, though
k Guocr Story.
amount of the be it selec t d and original
general literature. It furnishes the latest
the ex. I es about the quest ion I oth
and most reliable financial news and mar»
A queer phase in the ease of the
ering the Prof.—S. R. Democrat.
ket*quotations nn I give, special ntteuti n
num Uhde, who wap found in ()!<■
to horticultural and a/: ¡cultural news, and
(¿ueen’s caliin al ove Pendleton and
is in every respect a first-class family paper,
At Louisville, Kv., March 5th.
appealing tb the interest oi every lncmbet
taken to the p air house, has cmi.e
of the household.
John Willis a man highly respe< ie<!
to light. Last night, while labor
in Me Lean county, marrhd Mrs
ing under one of the temporary fits
THE MORNING CALL.
ICdie Pinkston a couple of days ago
of insanity by which he >3 occasion
(«EVEN ISSUES A WEEK)
It a life "metropolitan daily. It 1ms tho
ally attacked, h<* told l.is attend
LABGESTi 1IUT I.AT1ON and is recognized
arose I i tween tlx nt HR to religion
ants his history while in Pendleton,
as being the LEADING NEWSl’Al’lLRoi the
and izrew very warm. Things grew
Pacific ( oast. Either of the above papers
which he had previously failed ti
we will send )>ostpal<i as a premium on re
ut pleasant and tho company with
ceipt of the following'subscription prices
drew oie by one, Mrs. Wiilis 1 e-
(or the combination.
lie had come I p re about ten days
etime furi.ms and refused to retire
ago and taken a room in the Golden
to the bridnl cjiamber. Every en
Rule. While in led i.t night, the
faib <1. iit.d the women s:.t
idea of committing auiei\je post« ssed
inlier chair until day-
him. He arose tad a slip-i.oose
st tout for her former
around his n< < k with a ropwhi h
to le ae, ojnpai.i d
he had, and drew it with his hands j
zf /OCRNAL FOR A Pl'ERTISERS.
minister of l.r
i.util I lood rushed from his nose
U Issued ca the firrt *31 ffteenth days of each
und e: rs, nd several snia 1 ldm.d church has emle: vored to g< t II r
t • return to lu r husbni d, anil t! 0 mcath, aad is tho rejrewztatire jccraal—Uh trade
vessels were burste I. lie did not
| canal cf American advertisers. It Indicates to th«
consider tl ■ t attempt : ati: f.ietorv I itter has of'i red i., t to m ht on r
fnezporieaced advertiser how, when, and where he
er i r< K : ce, I nt
Hiid co:a .pile.I to trv dr >.vn.: ■■ a< i
thrall advertise; how tc write aa advcctiaement; hew
miur.s of iinl-.g I s nislet . <. -lie refuses to cntutoin rnv prop to display ost; what newspapers to ¿st; how exh
lie left the l.otvl and -tartid rptliv osition b oking to !< < onciliati< ii.— mracy to czpeid-ii fact, discrartti every pciit
he ;? al , d
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A; guments, ba |^
Suited la the climate of
Place», with trees and Ar,
clous packing,or all ialoat-
“Yee. and but week you eald you
wished I could mana e to look as BtyM®« as Mrs.
Allen,—and she mak”Sall tCT0WUClQtuCS. »ut
•lie has what 1 hav< n’t.”
M b .L kb . •• W.oit Hthat?" „
Blits L ed . *’ V ell, the g(t3 ell of Lcf informa
tion from the ?.!a;az ne ti cy take. I admit that
•he known all tha: id going on. and is bright and
entertaining in conversation: but I cou d do aa
well as she doe» if 1 had tho same source of
Information. She I r.t me tho last number of her
Magazine lately, an<l I leurnc.l more in one hour •
reading, nbou^ v ri :s social matters and tho
topics of K J dfly.T. .711 wouui p ck up in aroontb
by my occasional chats with fr.endS. It certainly
covers every top c of interest, from tho news ot
the da/dowi to the details of housekeeping;
and everythin'’ is so beautifully illustrated, too.
Every time Mam.c goes over to the ALcns sho
come« back and teases mo to f.ct you to tako
Demorest’s Fan/’y Ma ’C-ins, an the Hories are
so good. Eve- th - boys watch for ii every month,
as a place is found for 1.ciu nl-o in its pages ; and
Mr Alhn ha cars by it. It is r< ally wonderful
how it suits every member of th • family 1
M r Lr
• \tall perhaps I h d b< tt< r send fora
Specimen (’npv: lor. If it I anything like what yon
sayltis it wi.la»nw*e and instruct the whole of us.
M bs L : e
1 see that W. Jennings Demorest,
the publisher. 15 East 1 ¡til btre t. New York, la
offerin" to send a Specimen Copy for 10 cents, so
we can't lose .anything, ns each number contains
a ‘Pattern Or-ir’ cntitlng the holder to any
Pattern she may choose, and in any size—which
alone makes each copy worth 30 cents : and 1 just
want a jacket pat-ern like Mrs. Allen’s. I ho
subscription pi i e is only f 2(0 11 year: and I
must say 1 can’t see how they can publish sa
elegant a Magazine for u> little money.”
K«'ftblifth»*d T* ity Yr r«. J bat**«, te» eolnwn«,
without aavrrt :•«♦*»••• rts, I n*n t irian. unpr-
Iraan, but »»rn-«! f r truth and partr. t. oh nr
• hriat. at W ;th the bro-oVwt < hart
x . . ,n
raltertviia pnt*r in vmtr faniilv. It haa t o hebbi«-« « r
rro’ b«-tw. bnf >rrk« la i f » the alace of T>|r, or
•imlraa rr otinc hv that « » i< b it who .**omeao<l true
It plea«-« tha i hil ltea and
« III t—ople . Mt««i if»
B i lay arh<s>l Ioan na are hr»>fui
A arrm« n . w< h
vwk ate'l a
Only tl.ts a lrar
la < lui. >
P ar- - a furfe <**«•• ft«*
Range—Grant county, Oregon.
Mn. L ek .
Why. Addie, you nccdnV cryabdpt
ft! I only eaid Mrs. Allen was a <ciy well-
informed woman, aud J v.wbcd you would follow
an art practiced hy maa7 hut anderstcod by few. Th*
Your Ranches, Your
In illustrated papers touchings subjects of
turrent interest, and in its short stoiics, p»»cms.
and timelv articles, the M agazine will main-
cain Its well known standard.
liver, I . -k.: g the wl.i!" for a tii ■■■.
<le< p ; Lice thnt would serve
fallit la life extinguislit'r.
one, he fell if tho water,
< hillness appalhd him
thought It Wol d le I ctor to lie
down on th tai;i
wail for a train, wl
UlllV put to ctl I't.
tor several hours, I o
lomirg liie 1, h ■ r
lev. Seeing the (
trui L I i a new
i ot wish to thirst, I
i 'c into 11.■ <al in 11 d tin
himself on the lluor. He Mould
doubtidlv l ave . arrie i out hi*
teution, had he not I een found ii
the nick < f time by Mr. ( as i
Another ;s< uliar feature f tl.«
< ase is the fact thi t r.ft«r .«iken
t ig from his ine.it c • a cc tl is n < rn.
Adorn your Homas,
—(he 8hUegpe»rc of Ìi?,
uiii a \ Abbev
— will wl'hn.m.nenr.
he presented in by H ariekb
lor is«.»o. ’ wd'h
comments by Andrew
I j ang.
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arper ' h
s Magazine ha»
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