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nates to N. Y,
Morgan, Gould and
To Consult on Western
New York, March 0 Three special
trains n!l making the best pwsiblo time
aro bringing Mo:j;au from -Tampa,
(icorgo Gsuld from Jacksonville, aud
Harriman from New Orleans to this
It is openly stated on the street that
trouble over the Southern Pacific con
trovers? is the cause of their home
Gould asked bow much a special train
would cost en the Atlantic Coast line to
put him through, tuning yesterday
nitcrnoon, to arrive in New York at
li o'clock this afternoon, and was told
JPO. He accepted.
The first 172 miles was run in 152
It is expected that the three magnates
will hold a conference this altnncoa by
which adjustments will be made of all
railway controversy in the West.
UJYing LjUIGnCG I lies
Rome, March 9 The Pope bad a slight
relapse today, the result of fatigue from
giving audience to pilgrims yesterday,
and was compelled to cancel audiences
yri'.u English pilgrims scheduled for
W' v -
UllleU ZO DO I
If there ir an InvalM wnmm tirrn-
If there if an invalid woman, suffering
un. , Tf ZTiJSS!."
who has used Pr. Pierce's Favorite Pre- '
acription without complete succeu, the i
undersigned proprietof. and makers of
that world-famcd medicine would like !
. --. whu w wu icu.ui.uta "
to bear from inch person-and it will be .
to her adyanUve to write them u thev
offer, In perfect good faith a reward of
$500 for any case of the above maladies
which they can not cure.
$3,ooo FORFEIT will also be paid If
they cannot show the original signature
of the individual volunteering the testi
monial below, and alto of the writers of
every testimonial among' the thousands
which they nty constancy, publishing,
" yuwujj ujeir genuineness.
World's Disphnsahv mm
ontD's Dispensary Mnmnxr. a.
SOCIATIOM, Proprietors, Buffalo, N. Y.
who U well known wcUlly tkr Ulni Trent.
criptlon'U, without a Wrt.lti. ,.. r.J.'J
Hie tnarktt to-day, for fcnl tUfflcuiiiii. i
iiHariil Iriv a,. ..,.. lt .1
knew ' 5Val W'" ?V' ttry. Trt.d
sevaral different widtly-ubirttMd reraidl.i.
Ml intTdid ste no irood wkiur
yorite PreaaripUou.a X vwbe4 a package. I
found that the real value ot yvr raedidne wai
greater erea Ihan my rxpeeutlone, and the
lowing- month bad none
ni(i monin 1 nu nrui any paioa. The Iol
3M l u,
and found tha
mr fcneral uealln waa roucu belter and new
111c anu airengia nan come 10 me."
"Favorite Prescription" makes weak
women strong, alck women well. Ac
cept no subttltute for the medicine
which works wonders for weak women.
The Common Sense Medical Adviter,
icoS large pages in paper covers, is sent
free on receipt of ax one-ctut stamps to
Ky expense of tnailiug only. AddreGs
, IU V. Pierce, Buffalo, N, Y.
ana louna 1
One (Uva Irt.wacHled.wha htd flcrtd at I
was wmrinjr. and wko told cm thai ahe had
been cured taroush lh u, tJ rw bi..... u.
T STATU AND. GENERAL' NEWS. j)
Salem is about to i urchaeo n now
Salom hri! an orjanlrcd. Real Eitito
Farm operations fn Umatilla county
have been suspended owing to snow fall.
Salem City couutil has ordered tome
steel cells for the city jail alo a female
James Raster, sides! man in Y amhill
county who died nt Dayton on Feb. 27,
leaves 1.13 decendents in that county.
Tho city ot The Dalles will appropriate
money to incrcaso the city water supply
from SOO.000 to 2,000,000 gallons a day.
A now shingle mill Is noarlng com
pletion Hilliboro. Tho now mill will
have a capacity of 25,000 6hlnglos n day.
Two Pacific University students wore
held up Tuesday nlpht by thugs and
rdbbtfd of their watches valued at about
The Washington committee on ap
propriations have recommend an appro
priatlonof 50,000 for tho Lewis and
The S-rear olddaughtor of John Tar
son, who resides near Sherwood, Ore
gon, who was. helping burn brush was
probably fatally turned Tuesday.
The editor of Lebanon Express has
taken unto himself a helpmate. He
will now not have to scrub tho forms
and play the devil in general alono.
James Kinney who was found guilty of
kidnapping Porter Yetts, with nefareana
intentions. Judge Seara of Portland
severly censured the man and sentenc
ed him to four years in tho penitentiary.
The body of Fred 0. Doblor, manager
of tho Cornucopia mines cf Baker was
found Wednesday morning between the
Last Chance and the Union-Companion
mines braised and mangaled, undo: an
avalanche of snow, by a searching party.
Little Eugene Cottel, a bright prom
ising lad of eight Summers, eon ot Dr.
W. I, Cottel, was crushed to death be
neath the wheels of an "6" car, whilo
at play Wednesday afternoon, at 5
o'clock on the corner of Front and Grant
Deputy Grand Master 8. M. Yoran,
absence of Grand Master W.F. Butcher,
received notice ol tuo tne death ol
Grand Treasurer F. II. Allialon, and
also a request for Maconic burial. The
funeral was under the auspices of tho
Grand Ledge of Oregon, A. F. & A. M.
In Astoria, school dlst. About 31,000
of school bonds fall due during the com
ing summer and the school board has
decided to redeem these by an issue of
bonds for small amounts to be disposed
of by popular subscription. The pres-
ent bonds bear C per cent interest Iwhilo
the bonds to be Issued will bear but 5
per cent interest.
Something of a sensation be8
been caused up Bnako IMver by
.thi discovery? among
brakes of what is ei
rfi.mQd Tha find wi
dlamDCl im una Wl
Haas, who lives at
what is eupposod to be a
waa mado by Will
., wlth D. W. P.. who onerates a
, ..0 .. -. , . - 9 "' -
small boat for passengers and teams
from Walla Walla to tho Franklin
Connty sido. The peculiar etono waa
picked up among tho rocks.
The house of Mrs. A. E. Moore was
broken into while all the family woro
sway from home for tho evening, and
the house was completely ransacked.
The burglary occurred between 7 and U
o'clock. At the same time a horso
Lit i i - -i-..i ...i i.
l,PBBIu lrolu ' nucoi, mium it
had been tied while the owner waa at
church, It appoart several other houses
were molested duriDg the evening, but
The County Court of Lano county has
authorized the payment of tho f 1000 re
ward for tho apprehension of E. E.
Lyons, convicted murderer of tho lato .
Sheriff Withers. There are eight par
tlclpanta in the reward, us follow?: W.
E. Parsons, 300; J. E. Noland, tlW; -
James Shaub, tl50; W. II. Millar, f W); '
W. W. Buoy, 1100; James Law, fJOu; J
II, Veatch, 75; O. E. oatch ?0,
Marlon county Iuib a l'runo Growers
Erio A. Siljeuua n Finlaudor wns killed
In a logging camp Friday by n falling
tree near Antoria. '
Tho shareholders of tho Albany mlll
iiig Company will lose ,So 011 each share
of their sock by tho lato lire.
Sue Chung and Leo Fung, two' Chinese
woro married In Portland by n Justice
ot tho peace "Alio etuno Mollcnn nun.
hl'.l, Lincoln and other ciuntloj are cjt
Ircling oxhiblts for the Unloti depot at
Governor Chamberlain pnrdoucd John
W, Vineyard, who was sentenced to 1
year from Heutou County. Ho was par
doned to restore him to cllls:nihip.
Goveruor Cbambcrlaui nppcli.tcd the
State Board of Health Saturday. Tho
genttcmen so appointed nto: Pr. Ati
drew C, Smith of Portland. Dr. Harry
Lino of Portland. Dr. U. J. Smith of
Pendleton. Dr. A. C. Kennoy of As
toria. Dr. W. A. Cusick ofSalem. Dr.
E. U.'Plck-l of Ashland.
Following are the dales and places for
holding State Grango meetings.
Portland, March 10 and 11.
Oregon City, March It!, at 1:30 p. m.
Macleay, March 13, at 1 ::0 p. m.
Salom, March 13, at 7:30 p. in.
Monmouth March II, at 1:30 p. in.
Albany, March 10, at 1 :W p. m.
Corvallls, March 10, at 7:30 p. m.
McMinnvllle. March 17, nt 3:10 p, m.
Forost Grove, March IS, at 1 :'J p m.
Kaiuior, March 10, at 1 :30 p. m.
Eugeno, March ID, at 'JrOO p. in.
March 13 has been sot as tho dato for
making the award to Sergeant II. Hun
ter of Eugene, of the handsome gold
medal which he woa last Fall by his
skill in marksmanship. Tho contest
was open to any man in the Four.h
Regiment for the best score In live (liotrf
on the regulation 300-yard range. Ser
geant Hunter's tcoro was 'J3. Theru
were two other ccores of 23 made but as
Hunter's was the best '23, beiug I, -I, b,
0, 5, he was awarded tho trophy. A
battalion parade has been ordered for
tho occasion of the presentation. 1 he
medal is subject to challenge, until won
The expenditures of tho countita of
Oregon, exclusive of expenditures for
road purposes for thnyear 1902, amount
ed to 11,200,510,01. This hen incrctie
of nearly $ 160,000, or 15 per cent over
100P when the expenditure wiif f 1,011',
673,51. J.Kellehor, a woodchopper of Scap
poose, bocomlng despondent on account
of financial affairs preventing his get
ting married to a lady he had left in tho
East, thought to end nil with a ri.or
Saturday. Ho cut hia throat from tar
to car, soverinna portion of the wind
pipe, and owing to the lota ol blood he
lalnted. Tho Coronor was sent for to
hold an inquest, hut lo found hi
patient breathing, and after 11 ihort
time he had him sewed up and in a fair
way to recovery.
Inspector T. J. Flavin and Mr
Richards, of Portland, were at Green
ville adj'isling tho lo'H occasioned by
the two thieves who held up nnd robbed
William Mooro the PoNtmastar nt thai
place, last Tuctday night of till.
Tho Polk county Mohair Association
met in Dallas Katujday to transact Im
portant businetu aud (0 eot the time of
tho pool of the hvjncl'ition. The pool
at present is the fleeces of about 12,000
goalu, and will amount to about CO.W)
or 0O.OD0 pounds. Tha severo Winter
in tl 0 hill dibtrictH will unuio tho c!l,i
to bn come-.th&t lighter than 1191ml.
Tho Telephone Kegirjtor Mc.M'ucviJIe,
haa procured n new and upto
dato r,rets, nnd has charigid'tho form of
tile paper to 10 pages of fonr columns
each which gives It a ycry neat appear
ance. THE HALL OF FAME.
.iin1"n .Tr!iii II. Itc.ML'im of To: ns U
,iyVotllitf Ma lefouro tlmu to WfllLifj his
WlilflM I'oitHor, th omliiont w-
riiun tiMtmiihirjirr, celebrated Ida eovon
,tjfthjjr)hday rfiJJtJy, .. .
lUooiltea .-MtrKorr Uohl(nt.
pp. Frederick Muollor, ,vho Ih to os
tnbllHh In Chicago n lioapUiil for tho
tionlttiotit of coiigoiiltul dofortiilly by
tho bloodless Hurglcn') tnotliod, lit thq
uhlot uaslstnut ot Dr. Adolf Lorunz, tho
m i ! ,i-jw-w-w-i - WMU'BPWH
prvnt Vienna mirgeon, who In tho plo-
.1 . a .. a t .. . iu !
ueor lit hum iiruueii 01 iioiumk. inu
liopltitt will' havo the Ktipport of J.
Ogiloii Armour. Dr. Muollor nnd Dr.
I.oroiu linvo been iiHtot'lutcil inuny
yent-d In tho Vletiim hobiltul.
C'hnrli-etnn'N Cotorril CoUrrtor.
Pr. William Demos ('rum, t'.io now
collector of tho port vf Clmrlo.itoii, N
u well known colorod iiitiu In South
Carolina !! '.s n close per.tonul fr; 1
of I'.'ioker T. Washington, who. It I1
1 wiil, nrBl tho iiipiiiitino:it. lr. C'runi
I. n i-iiiliinto of Howard university,
Kttrnii on 11 .MrNaciiKi-r 11'
Vnlc-ntliie I. Snidor. the nroshlont of
tho rvorpanhUMl Wi-Hiru Nntiouiil Hank
of Ih- I'lilioil Sintf. formed by tho
I ijico-'Iiik of tho Wohtoni .Satlounl mill
, tho I'.unk of tho I'liliisl Stnti-H. in tho
; head of this new iiist.tutioti Imoinos
ono of tho niont powc rful itniinolorrt In
Now York. Tho jihsoIh of tho now
hrinl: nro about ? KKi.(K.W)0. Mr. Sny
der biwin hlH biisliH'Ss cnn'oriiH n mm
Hoiujor boy In 11 bank In IiIh nntlvo town
of HiiiNoii, N. V. Ho Ih but forty-two
year J old.
Why Ho Illtln't Coll.
You don't cull on MIh CuttUit; any
more, I hear, DlobberV" .: , , r
Did Bho reject you?"
"Not oxnetly, hut when I flrflt bojjnn
calllnt; thoio wiih n unit nt tho door
with tho word 'Wolcomo ivovon In It.
nnd n motto on tho wall that rend
Lot L'h Lovo Ono Auothor.' Later I
noticed that tho doormat v-,i ehiuiHod
7 fSyZfnxSxtiKH MBPC. Is 3
for ono that mild 'Wlpo Vour T'eet,' ami Q
n motto dechirlnj,' that 'Enrly to ISoiI.je
nnd Early to Ulso Mul:o n Man vj
Healthy, Wealthy ami Wlho hud thu jo
iiluto of tho other." U
, . ,D
Tho lector carrier.! of Durlln, who nro
tho pooroHt paid Kovurmiiont employee:
In (ieniiiuiy, have boon niiklu for
tnoro pay. To pacify thorn tho emperor
has graciously ordered that thoy Hliall
be provided with Hhoulder Htrnpa. What
do v.'.'ikch amount to compared with
nuch honorH? After thl oxhlhltlon of
royal favor tho letter ciirrlcrn would 1
Indeed bo ungrateful to coiupluln.
Nasitl Cnlnrrh ijulekly ylcldnto IrenU
ment by l'.ly'ii Uroain Halm, which Ih nfjreo,
nlilynro'r.ntlo. It l roeolvoit throiinli the
iiOHlrllii, oloaunos and ho;ln tho wholo nur
fneo over Mhlch It dlmmon IUoU. Druirylntrt
null tho fiOo. nlr.05 Trlnl nUo by mall, 10'
ccitta. Tent It ami you aro euro to ceiitlnun
Aniiounooniont. . .
To necoiuiuodnlo those who aro jiarllal
to tho uao of utomlrcm In npplylnu (IniihU
into the iiaNaliiassagpa, for f.ifir;viii( niu
Met, tho proprietor prepan Croam llabu hi
II1111I1I form, which will bo known i.i Illy'
J.lipild Crmiin llnliu. Pi fro iuclmlliiK tlu
prayiiiK tube I Tocciilo. DnigyUlH or by
umll. Tha liquid form ciubodlun tho mod.
lelunl projiorlioi of tho solid ptcparatlou
I CMS. (IRISSIIN MUSIC CO, :
f Vl.tl.w.l.1. i.
S lloth III Good Cunihtluii
J Tnkc Yrur Choice At
f 67 n
? I. 0. 0. F. Bldjf, Marshficii). jj
Tro& ,u-y Department, Shite ol Oregon
- Abruary 25, 11K11.
S ,. it Sy i-lven that thorn am
fiiinl-i tl i- 'uoumry wllh which to rr
1Jco.11 i'i n'l'it. . Statu unrrnnt
rliH'ti ti -.i,i -Villi' Ihiuiity nnd
Hi" '., .il'.rl "Pioioutcd and
i.ot 1 : ,ir waul o( Fiindit, prior to
1 1: :.ito. All Mieli warrnuU, if proper
ty oiiilor'nl, ui.l bo paid upon ptotont
ntion at thU ollloo, luluiost thcriou
censing from nud alter thli (Into.
Chas, S. MnAiic,
1Vi!I .tCtiUr toj:ii!nr Trii
PAS5EN6ER8 AND FREIGHT
Oregon Conl & Navigation Co ,
F.K.POW, A Rent. Mnrthflcld, Oreon
S.Q. C(. Aaont, Empire City, Oregon
Goos Bay Wliolcsale Llinor
HKAIiCjI'AUTKItS I'OU HIGH
CHOICE WINEn -AND IMTItK
lilt. ; DIES.
LEADING BRANDS OF BOTTLED BEER
"pomily Orderj Solicited.
SOLE AGENT FOH THE CELE
IlUATED B BEER
F.iiiiily oiiIcm for l'u", piuti nui
qitnris, delivered by iIiocuho.
nt -zx "si ,u w wi k ra sa en a m az bb q
Scise 'fee. :
DEALER IX ifJROC'EIHE.S
FltE.SIi FRUITS, VEOE TA
FLOUR FEED, ETC., OF
Till: REST QUALITY.
F R O 7. E N OYS T E It H
EVERYDAY. : : :
Marsh fi'-'UI, Ore
la u bb m a M m u m ioi sm m u M'M
I'ntd wherever tho l!ngllsli Lniiijungo
Tlio 'h'uluo-A.WccIc WUsrlil wae( n
hrllllitnt nieces in tho beginning nnd
has been ritlmillly glowing over t Iticu.
Time IH Iho test of nil tlilni'i', nud hau
not Ito iionl of approval on tho Thrlciwi
Week World, which In widely olicnhiM
lit oiory Statu anil TVrrltory til tho Un
ion, and whuroi'Vorthcro ntoptoply who
din rend our mother tonguo.
Thin paper for tho coming winter nud
tho yoar 1(K)3, will iiittko Uj uown mr
vice, II iioimlhln, morn cxleunlvo thiui
over. All ovuutnof iinporianee, no mut
ter tthuro they luippoti, uto re
poried iiccuraloly nud promptly.
'lliu iiiihncrlhcr, lor only 0110 dollar n
year, goln tli;coimpern over week (titl
ti.fro iiimmi nml goiiornl rliilluu than
moHt grout dnillot can furnish 'it five or
n'.s limes tho price.
Tho Thrleoii-Wook-Wcrhl In nhno
luti'ly fulr In tin ikiIIIIchI miwn. Par
t mii 11 blnn Ih never allowed to m fleet Km
ncttii column", anil Douircrat ami Ue
piihlli'nii allku can otnlii in itn puKei
truthful nccouiito ol all the great pollti
In addition to nil tho now, tho
Thrlce-a-Wonk-World fiiriilnhon tho
boit rtorial lletlou, olnburato market
reports nud othSr (nature ol Inturoit.
Tho Thrlco-n-Wiiok.World'a regular
nuliforiptlou prion I only f 1 .00 per vcar
and thin puyn for I5tiiapers. Wo of for
thin iiuciiuali'd unwepapur nud Wcuklv
COA.ST MAIL togethbr one year lor
Tho regular subserlptlon prlcoof tho
two papers is f'.'.&O
Flanagan & Bennett
IUKKCTOKS: T. H.Shcrl
iIiiii, J. W. Iloniiett; PKK.'i.:
ami. II. Fhiiirtgnii, VICE
1'UKS.; it. F. Willlitins,
Tho moat Important Imprnvoinnnt of
tho Hge In thu art of K)nmanihlp tnkes
tho jK)ori)8t writer a splendid penman in
a few week by the uso of this rinu.
Endorsed by prominent CoIIoko l'rnel
d uts and Iluards of Education In Eu
rope nnd Amurlca. Hainplo doon as
aorted sizes sent pott paid for $1,00. sin
lo sample '24c. When ordering a sIukIo
rlmr, stnto whether for man, woman or
PI4NN MI'G. 8UPILY CO.
' No. lit) 6. Fourth 6t, PJ.IIidclpl.la
Corner of Front aud A streets,
MARSH FIELD, OREGON,
JONH SNYDER. Mill : Propels tor
miilS WF.I.L-KNOWN ANDFAVpRITK
9 linTWt lii Iml lwi-n inllrilv rrillrfl mil
ri-fiirnliliril ihtmiKhoul and Uaj;.iinopen to the
public for patronage.
placed In almoit every ilwplng room of ihl
liimv; unit neither trouble nor einjnin ha: b;en
pared to pui cvcryililnu In fint-cUu order,
Hoard nnd dalng, per week,,,, 15.00
Hoard, pa week .,. 4.00
C. II. MERCHANT fflSHZB
Is coniititntly adding to its
hIock of Unnoriil Srorohan
:1Iho, rtlrendy tho largest in
Murhfla!d. When you buy
ut tho Mill Storo you know
tho gooclu nro llrst olnss and
tlio prico is nil right.
All kinds of lumber and
food and sup
plies at wholesale aud retail,
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