The Santiam news. (Scio, Linn County, Or.) 1897-1917, January 28, 1898, Image 4

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LAND FOR SALE.
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F riday , J anuary 2 b i898.
A FEW BARGAINS.
Items Of Interest For The
Sfi-ntiam people.
At Least Eight Lives
Lost,
As the result of ttje disastrous
A Few Ladies Long Coats that are S. M. Daniel has just received a fire which, broke out shortly before
fine new lot of spring samples of midnight in Spokane last Tuesday
being sold at a great reduction,
night in the Great Eastern bpsiness
clothing
for 1898.
If you want a large amount of
block, at least eight lives wete lost
The
finest
glass-ware
and
the
nic-
goods for your money be sure and
est lamps ever brought to'Scio, are and the burned remains of all b,ut
see them.
to be found at Boss E, Hibler’ssiore. one of the dead are hidden in a rpass
All the Capes and Jackets in the The prices too, are sucli that one can of debris in what was the basement.
The dead are;
department sold at a reduction.
afford to buy.
Miss Aljce Wilson, aged 18, em­
A Good Servicable Umbrella for Mr Thomas Claxton and James ployed as a hat-trimmer.
50c. Lots of style in the 75c grade Barnes recieved’ the contract for Her sister, Maud Wilson, aged 5.
building the flume and penstock Mrs. Bose Smith, aged $0.
and lots of wear too.
for the Electric IJgh.t plant.
Mrs. H. G. Davies, an elderly lady
If you want a better one you will
find it here at the same ratios of low C S Harniih, of Crawford & Har­ from Nebraska City, Neb,, who fell
nish, Albany photographers, will be in descending from the flfth story;.,
price to good goods,
at the-Scio gallery, Feb. 2, and re­ died at- the hospital.
B and G Corsets in styles and main until Feb. 14. Tne gallery
W. B. Gordon, mining engineer
shapes that will fit any form-- A line will be open on Tuesday and Thurs, and expert.
of ...French ’Corsets, good fitters; day afternoons, and all day on Sat­ Mrs. Cora Peters and her daugh­
made of French C'antil, drab and urdays and Sundays.
ters, Ethel and Alma, aged respect­
white,.all grades to $3,50 for $1,00.
Bowlers will look upon the follow­ ively 9 and 7.
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Have you seen our 50c and $1,00 ing from the Scio News as rather The flames started in the base­
line. There are no better for that fishy; A Scio bowler threw a regula­ ment, it is thought from a boiler
tion ball with such english and explosion, and when the alarm was
price.'"'
peculiar force that the ball knocked given.,, that.part of the building was
the two. side pins dpwn,(the pins a roaring furnace.
being set up for cocked hat,) leaving The fourth and fifth floors are apart­
the center pin standing, The ball ments, and nearly 150 people were'
» thrown struck the right piu first, Jn the rooms at the time. ' Several
Agents for Butterick patterns.
rebounded to the left pin, knocking brave men risked their lives to climb
Send for Metropolitan. ;hem both down with one ball.—Al- the stairs and' arouse the sleeping
ban.v Democrat. Had the Democrat people. By this time the streets
man looked a little closer he would were filled with a horrified throng,
have seen a little farther down the i and men and women were appear-
page, and in another column, where ■ ing at the windows and imploring
we stated that the ball thrown was I those below to save them. The
a base ball, and it was of regulation 1 corridors had become fill Al with
size and weighi.
dense smoke, and men women and
Albany,
T. J. Claxton, a genius carpenter children were falling there from
living in this place, has made suffocation. Several score of half­
a strange loo king
k
pump for removing clad people w-re helped down the
the. water which raises in the tail fire escapes. Trembling- women,
race, which Messrs. Morris & Bil- clad only, in their night robes, step­
yeu were" excavating. It consists ped barefooted into the snowy
of a box trough with an endless streets, and, fainting, were carried
belt running .through on which are to places of shelter.
nailed wooden cleats. The belt is The scene was one of horrible
stretched on a large pulley at one fascination. The throng in the
end of the trough and a little roller streets was frantic with horror, and
at the other end of the trough. A the awful gloom was only relieved
crank operates the machine, which when some act of heroism or cour­
This year we have not marked
will move quite a stream of water, age saved an endangered life. Then
down each article seperately but will and
is easily operated by one man. a great cheer would go up. Ameri­
sell for cash until Feb. 15, 1898, any
can courage was never seen to.
article in the house (except thread) Examine Sternberg’s famous $10 better advantage. Brave men
ata reduction of
suits—all wool.
.risked their lives time and" again,
to resue women and children, and
the thrilling scene was repeatedly
Under Populist’s Rule.
witnessed of a daring man climb­
from our regular prices.
The present county assessor, Mr, ing down a narrow fire escape from
This is a rare opportunity to sup­ Stafford, completed his first year’s the top stories of the building with
ply your homes at a moderate cost service as such officer, January, 1, a fainting woman or a screaming
with staple Dry Goods, Underwear, 1898; and below we give the cost of child in his arms.
Hosiery, Jackets, Shoes, etc., as our assessing Linn county for the three ’
stock is yet unbroken
consecutive years, viz; 1895, 1896
McKinley Coining West,
Call early, we will try to please you. and 1897.
Beginning, Wednesday;,, January 1^, 1898.
Can Price’s Cream Baking Powder .... ............... ;. 25c¿
- ‘ ‘ Trophy, and Red Seal
•35c?
i
‘ Golden W est
‘‘
25c{
lb can Schilling’s 50c Tea ..
35c J
25c <
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Gunpowder Tea, bulk ..
25c j
1 ‘ ‘ Japan
‘ ‘
‘ ‘
50c (
1 pkgs Gold Dust Wash* Powder.............. ......
L plug Battle Ax, Dice & Evenchange.Tob,
10c<
1 paper Yosemite Coffee.., ............
.....
1 ‘ ‘ Arbuckle & Lion ‘ i ........ ........ ... ........... ,.... 10c (
13 lbs Good Gren Coffey . .............................
$1 <
1 6 qx Best Bluing,
worth f5c ...... ,.... ,........... 10c,
1 pr. Women’s heavy lace shoes ........................ 75c1
..75c<
1 “ Misses’
“ ' ‘
‘ <
65c
1 ‘ ‘ Child’s»
‘ ( ‘ i i‘-
15c
1 Enamelled Steel Dust Pan
1 pr. Women’s fine Button Shoes $1.00, $1 35, $1.75'
to $2.50.
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Men’s & Boys’ Shoes & Clothing at prices never-be-:
fore neard pf. I aiaa closing-out my stock. Come and
see the bargains,
A YOU WILL FIND
Money in Your
Pocket
READ, PEACOCK & CO
•_p
Oregon.
office .
From Jan. 1, 1895 to Jan. 1,1896.............$3898 50
From Jan. 1, 1899 to Jan. 1, 1897............$300160 I
From Jan. 1,1897 to Jan. Jan. 1898..........2338 oo
M. G. GILL ¿ SONS.
1W. HAGEY,
EAST and SOUTH
-VÌA-
The
when you have a label there
with the Horse-shoe and the
Shasta
Route
•^of the-«-
■Sosta PacMnpany.
words, “Equal to custom
ANNUAL...
CLEARANCE.
...SALE
C ost of assessor ’ s
For Sale By
W atchmaker
.. RN®
S. E. Youny & Son.
ALBANY,
©®M
12 1/2 PER CENT
309 acres 8 mile» Horth of Scio,
mile from
Shelburn—200 acrp^ in cultivation,balance pas­
ture; 4 houses, 3. barns,. 25 acres of two and
three-year-old prune trees, 2 acres young trees
assortedj 300 ivpple trees old orchard. Price,
$16 50 per àcre.
263 acres 3^4 miles East of Scio; 80 acres in .
cultivation, balance pasture, brush and some
4 c
timber: 22 acres:in hops—q,Ho. 1 hop yard, gpod
hop houses’2 drying houses, 2 houses,.2 barns,
orchard, good spring and well water. Price
Í <
$18 00 per acre.
183 and 86 100 acres 5 miles Northeast of Scio,
130 acres in cultivation, Ì0 or 15 acres of timber
balance pasture; ¿acres assorted bearing fruit
trees, 1000 Italian prune trees three years old;
pipile too C & E R R station, good spring
and well water, good 7-roonj house, b.arn. and
out buildings. Price $20 pèi acre.
351 acres 5 miles East of Scio, 140 acres in. cul­
25 cj tivation balance pasture, brush and timber,
some north hillside stock range and outrange,
16 acres m hops, hop house’ and warehouse,
new good 7-room house, good bath and out­
buildings, good spring and well water, 100 ac­
res in growing gram, 1 binder, 1 mower, sulky
plow, 1 harrow. Price $12 50 per acfe--$4387 in-
cluding.the farm, implements; $4500 including
crop.
160acres 5 miles East of Scio — the E C Rod­
gers farm on the hill, 50 acres in cultivation,
30 act es more improved, balance brush and
timber, orchard---all kinds of fruit, 3 good
(
springs, good house, fair barn, outbuildings,
etc Price $1200
320 acres 5}^.mil*'S South of Scio, 7 miles North
of Lebanon, 12 miles East pf Albany, 2 miles to
R R station; 175 acres in cultivation, balance
open pasture, some brush, no heavy timber,
< can all'be culti vai ed except about 25 acres in
Beaver creek bottom which is tine summer Scio.
O regon ^
range for stock, all level land, house and barn,
orchaad 250 trees, well water’ on coqnty rpad,
near church hpuse, 1 mile to school housu. - 9
months school each year. This is a No. 1 farm
and well located. Price $16 per aere. Terms to
be made satisfactory.
4acres in the city oi Scio, all No. 1 land, I
house, barn and orchard Price $850,
320 acres 5‘miles North East of Scio 100
acres, in Cultivation balance open pasture,
brush an d -timber; House and barn,. orchard..
Price $10.00 per acre.
60 acres. 1 piile North; West -pt -.Scio all in
cultivation. No buildings, price $1500.00.
Near three R, R. Stations.
All kinds of watches clocks and jews.
21 acres lacre in city of Scio new house
and barn 20 acres adjoining city limits price
elry repaired promptly.
$1250.00 all in cultivation.
SCIO,.
OREGON,.
408 acres 4 miles South of Scio 150 acres in
cultivation balance open pasture, brush and
some timber, house, barn and orchard all
level land, price $20.00 per acre.
108 acres 4 miles South of Scio 80 acres in
culti ve tion balance open pasture all good
level land. House and barn, price $2500.00. ■
200 acres 7 miles South hast of Scio 150
acres in cultivation balance small brush and
some timber 2 houses 1 new, and 2 good
barns, orchard farm is cut up into 6 nelds
and thoroughly drained and well improved
price $5250. Will sell one half with houses and
1 barn for $3500
40 -80--100 to 160 acre tracts neatly all in
cultivation situated 1 to 1% miles tròni Scio
at $20. to $27.50 per acre.
Express Trains Leave Portland Dally»
160 acre stock farms in the foot hills for
$500 to $1000.
South.
1 North.
120 acres 4 miles South of Scio 75 acres in
cultivation balance open pasture, brush and 6:00 P. M, Lv......Portland......Ar 9:30 A. M«
some timber, house, barn and orchard price 9:40 P. M. Lv........Albany.........Lv 6;00 A.M,
7:45 A. M Ar. .San Francisco. .Lv 8:00 P. Mo
$2500.
175 acres 6 miles South of Scio, 7 miles * The above trains stop at all stations between
North of Lebanon and 12. miles East of Al­ Portland and
Salem,
Turner,
Marion,
bany. 120 acres in culti va ion, balance pas­ Jefferson, Albany, Tangent, Sljedd, Halsey
ture, brush and some t imber. House ¿bBarn, Harrisburg,
Junction
City,
Eugene,
orchard all level land and well located. Cottage Grove, Drains, Oakland and all sta».
Price $25.00 per acre.
tions from. Roseburg south to and including-
164 acres, 8% miles South òf Scio; 100 acres Ashland.
in cultivation, balance pasture and some
RoscbNrff Mail-Daily.
brush, all level land, good orch «rd, house
.Ar 1 4:30 P. M‘
8:30 A. M. 1 Lv ... Portland
and barn. Price $20.00 per acre.
P. M. Lv. ........Albany. .. Lv 1 12:50 P. M,.
221 acres, 10 miles East of Scio, 1% miles 12:25
Roseburg
5;20
P.
M.
.
.
Lv I 7:30 A. M,.
1
Ar
East of Jordan, 6 miles North of O. C. & B
R. R. 150 acres in cultivation, balance open
¡Lebanon Brandi.
pasture, some brush and timber; can all be
Daily (except Sunday.)
cultivated, all good soil, good house and
barn, out buildings, creek, well and spring 8:10 A.M. Lv. .......Albttuy.. ......Ar i 16:30 A .Mo
water. Price $16.00 per acre.
9:00 A M. Ar .. Lebanon ....Lv 9:30 A.Mo.
7:05 P.M*
160 acres, 10 miles East of Scio, 40 acres in
4:50 P.M, [Lv. .......Albany.. .....Al’
cult.vation, 70 acres more open land, bal­ 5;40P.m. 1 Ar ... Lebanon ... Lv 6:00 p.m.
ance timber, 100 acres can be culti.ated,
house and barn. 300 ybung fruit trees, spring
Woodburn-Springfield Branch«
and running water. Price $1400.
Daily (except Sunday.)
One lot 40 by 100 feet in Montavilla adjoin
50p.m. Lv .Woodburn.. . Ar ’ 1:55 p.m*
ing Portland Qreaon pew 7 room, house with •2:
5: ïOp,m. Lv. ..West Scio. . .Lv ' 10:45 ~a.m0
modern improvments, cellar etc. Barn and 9: 20 p.m. Ar.. .... Natron... ..Lv 1 7:00 a>m.
out buildings, 6 bearing fruit trees, located
I
one block from city car line will sell or ex
change for a farm price $1860,
7 and three fourths acres 6 miles S. E. of
Pullman Buffet Sleepers
Scio 5 acres in cultivation all No. bottom land
—AND—
fair house and barn price $375.
SECOND-CLASS SLEEPING CARS
■R|
40 acres, 2 miles North of Scio, 1 mile
Attached to through trains.
toR. R. crossings. 30 acres in cultivation,
house, and barn, well and spring water.
Price $1000.'
80 acres, 4 miles N. E. of Scio, 30 acres in
Between Portland and Corvallis.
cultivation, balance pasture,
x
some 1 brush
Mail train daily (except Sunday. <
and small timber,
' *
can all be cultivated.
Price $1000.
7:30 am I Lv.........Portland.........Ar | 5:50 p m
80 acres, 2 miles West of Scio, all in culti­ 12:15 p in. , Ar .... Corvallis......... Lv ) 1:05 p m
vation, no buildings. Price $1600.
At Albany and Corvallis connect with trains
185 acres, 9 miles East of Scio at Jordan,
30 acres been in cultivation, .balance slashed of the O. C. & E. railroad.
and seeded in grass, good house and barn,
Express train daily (except Sunday) • s
No. 1 stock shedwell
watered, build­
ings cost $2000, this is a good stock farm. 4’ 50 p m I lv .........Portland...... ar I 8: 25 a m
7: 86 p m I ar ....McMinville.... v I 5: 50am
Price $2500.
60 acres, 7 miles East of Salem, Oregon, all 8: 30 p m ; ar ... .Independence...lv < 4: 50 am
in cultivation and No. » land, house, barn
Direct connection al SanFrancisco with Oc­
& orchard. Price $30u0. terms half cash, bal­ cidental and Oriental and Pacific Mail steam­
ance to suit purchaser.
ship lines for JAPAN and CHINA. Sailing*
361^ acres, 10 miles East of Scio, 100 acres dates on application.
DRUGGISTS
283.
Rates anb tickets to Eastern points and Eu­
in cultivation, balance open pasture, some
saa
brush and timber, 75 acrtjg hill land, -bal­ rope. Also Japan, China Honolulu and Aus-,
ance all good level bottom land, house and tralia, can be obtained from Mrs. M. E. Wood­
two barns and orchard. Price $16.50 per mansee, ticket agent,, West Scio.
R- K oehler , Manager.
acre terms $1000. down, balance time to
C H M arkham , A ssl G F & Pass Agent, Port*
suit purchaser.
land.
Or.
32o acres, 2 miles East of Scio, 120 acres in
cultivation, balance nearly all open pasture, !
90 acres, hill pasture, two running
Sen. Wolcott’s explainati.orrof the about
brooks, good spring water, good new house,.
European trip of himself and his 3-barns, g<od orchard. This is a No. 1
an stock farm. Price $15.00 per acre,
colleagues upon the international grain
terms half cash balance time.
.
300
acres,
two miles Southwest of Scio, 150
bimetallic Commission, pleased nei­ acres in cultivation,
50 acres open pasture:
balance brush and soine timber, can all be
ther the extreme gold men nor the cultivated
„two good new houses, two barns,
extreme silver men-. Both of- these hop anq. fruit dry houses, 20acres in hops, 4
in orchard, spring, creek and wellwater.
classes wished Senator Wolcott to acres
Price $20.00 per acre,' terms half cash.
50
acres,
two miles Squthwest of Scio, 25
ack now-ledge absolute failure and to acres in cultivation,
balance brush and some
timber, can all be cultivated, good new Connecting at Yaquina Bay with the San
admit that their was no use in hop­ house^nd
barn. Price $25.u0 per acre, terms Francisco and Yaquina Bay Steamship Co.
ing for international bimetallism, cash.
R. S helton
because it was a thing impossible of
Scio Oregon.
accomplishment-. He did neither.
from Yaquina every 8 days for San Fran­
Twenty-seven
thousand
feet of Sails
cisco', Coos Bay, Port Orford, Trinidad and
He says the work of the Commission
Humbolt
Bay.
hardwood logs were rafted by T.
made/’
We are the sole agents
for our city for this cele-
brated make of fine clothing,
i
Visit us and examine the quality
and prices of our lines
STERNBERG'S
Albany,
Oregon
CANDY
Dining Cars on Ogden Route.
West Side Division.
Should public business permit and
Yy
CATHARTIC
there be no complication which de­
mands his presence in Washington,'
M
On July 6 1896 a populist court President McKinley will probably
visit
the
Pacific
coast
states
during
was invested with Authority and
were enabled to materially reduce the coming summer. It is under­
CURE CONSTIPATION
the expense of the assessor's office stood that the president-will, .after
for the balance of the year, so that visiting Yellowstone, go to Butte
iOc
the saving to the county was $867 and then visit Spokane,’Seattle] and
over the cost of 1895, and the last Tacoma. Portland will be given a
25c 50c
year, 1897, which was wholly under day and then California will be trav­
a populist county court, the expense ersed from Shasta to San Diego. It is
was further reduced to $2338, or a said the party will include not only
Nobody Pleased.
Yellow Journalism.
A J Johnson went to Portland, on neL saving of $663 over 1896 and the President and Mrs. McKinley,
with
their
nieces,
who
are
also
of
$1410.50
over
cost
1895,
which
latter
Monday.
the White House family, but at
The following communication i
Wm Brenner shipped a car load of year was entirely under a republi­ least four member^ of the cabinet, from Mr. Edison appeared in the !
can
court.
cattle and hogs to Portland last
As these are times when, the tax­ probably Secretaries Gage, Alger, New York Sun which we clip'from !
&
Tuesday.
payers demand-rigid ecano'my by Bliss and Gary and Private Secreta­ the Oregonian:
Mrs Myrtle Williams'came up Sat­ their servants in conducting the af­ ry Porter.
“To the Editor of the Sun.—Sir:
urday from Salem to yisit the fairs of the public, Linn county in­
I wish to protest, through the Sun
Misses'Morris.
Davenport’s Book.
against the many 'articles appear­
vites a comparison of the cost of the
YAQU1NA BAY ROUTE.
A. G. Prill, Physican and Surgeon, assessor’s office for 1897 with other
ing in the sensational papers of New
Scio, Oregon. Office next door to counties of the state.
Threecopiesof Homer Davenport’s York from time to time purporting
drugstore.
G eo ; D. B arto n .
new book “Cartoons.” were received to be interviews with me about
STEAMSHIP-1 PRESIDENT,”
at Salem today, one by his father, wonderful inventions and discover­
Rev. Loder of Carlton Ore., del­
ies
made
or
about
to
be
made
by
Hon. T. L. Davenport, one by his
ivered a lecture oh Foreign Missions
WE WILL THANK YOV.
Monday Night.
brother-in-law, Carey Martin, and myself. Scarcely a single oneis
Having large obligations to meet one inscribed, “To My~Dear Friend authentic, and the statements pur­ was not an absolute failure; that it Smith, from Boonevilla island, in Passenger Accommodations Unsurpassed.
Miss Julia Ficklin returned from
’outq between the Willamette Val­
Jefferson Wednesday. Miss Bertie the first of next month we must ask J J Dalrymple from a feller who ’he porting to.be made by me are .the isn’t over, and that he expects it to Benton county, to Mission Landing,- ley Shortestj
and California.
Shultz came with her for a short all those owing us to pay their bill knew as a boy. Yours very truly, invOiitions of the reporter—the i have something substantial to show last' week. They will be cut up by
as- soon as possible.
Homer Davenport, late of Silverton, public are led from these articles to I for its next Effort. ’And he intima­ Forshty Bros.
-Fare from Albany and points West to Sa»
■visit) f
Francisco.
draw.i^onclusions just the opposite ted quite plainly tnat President
Boss
E
Hibler.
Oregon.
”
The
inscription
is
around
Mr. E. O. Peery, Mrs Addie
Cabin................................................. .$8 00'
from the fact. I have never made • McKinley shared his views, in part,
jdenufy Is Blood Deep.
a
pen
drawing
of
a
“
little
kid
”
Steerage......... ..................................... 6 Q0-
Peery and Miss Ollio Morris went
Clean blood means-a clean skin. . ■No
—
Round Trip Good for 60 days.....z...... .17 00
laughing at his own first effort at it- a practice to work on any line not if not entirely. That is what those beauty
Teacher’s Institute
without
it.
Casearets,
Candy
Cathar
­
up to Sodaville Wednesday for a few
purely practical and useful, and I es­ are trying to force gold legislation tic clean your blood' and keep it clean, by To Goos Bay, eabin ............................. $ 8 Oo
picture
making,
with
a
black
eat
days visit.
A teacher’s institute will be held
,
„ Steerage....................... 6 Oo
up the lazy liver and driving .all im­ To Humbolt
looking on in surprise. On the title pecially desire it to be kno.wn, if at this session of Congress dislike stirring
Bay and Port Orford, ca:>in,10 0 q
purities from the body. Begin to-day to
P Cohen of Albany >s paying the at Sodaville on Friday and Saturday,
,r
»,
.Steeivi e, 8 0 q
the
most.
Hints
have
been
dropped
you--will,
perm
it
me,
that
I
have
banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads,
page
is
a
cartoon
of
big
Tom
Reed
highest cash price for green and dry February 4th and 5th, 1898. Every­ with his hack turned and little Tom nothing- to do with an article adver- that President McKinley dia not and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Casearets,—beauty for-ten. cents. -All drug­
J. R, Geddes, .
hides, sheep pelts and furs. Call on body invited.
RIVER DIVISION.
Plait of New York,- the types of two’ ■tised to*appear in. one of the papers regard tne need for'gold legislation gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c.
him before selling elsewhere.
at
this
session
as
being
so
urgent
as
about
Mars.
THOS.
A.
EDISON.
Steamer “Albahy” between Portland and
bosses.
Next
comes
the
inscription
Corvallis, through without lav-over. Leav«
Mrs. Geo. Morrow,, and daughter P remium W atch — A $15 Gold “To My Father” with a life- like Orange, N. J., January 11,1898.”
Secretary Gage and -the representa
ing Corvallis 6: 30 a, m., Tuesdays, Thurs
Market Report.
Watch
for
$4.95,
to
our
customers.
clays, and Sundays; leaves Portland, Yamliil
Emma returned from Portland Wed­
tives’of the Monetary Conference,
S tt . o Q uotations
portrait of the old Silverton granger
St Dock, Mondays, Wednesdays ¿and Fridays.
S.
M.
D
aniel .
To .Curó Constipation "Forever.
who
have
been
much
in
evidence
by
nesday where she has been visiting
Wheat,
64
sts.
per
bu.
Edwin Stone,
J. C, Mayo,
looking at his hayseed boy’s cartoon. Také'éáscarets' Candy Cathartic. 10c or 250.
Manager.-
. Supt. River Div.
25 ”
her mother Mrs Bilyeu.
There is graphic introduction by Il C. C. C. tail to cúre, druggists refund money. reason of their statementsbefore the Oats,
Walden, Agent, Albany.
” bbl.
Flour
jS4
20
The
rim
of
one
of
the
big
six-foot
House
Committee
on
Banking
.and
Í
Rev. C. R. Lamar has been hold­
John J Ingalls. Then follow the in­
“.ton.
1200
Nature’s Way,
Currency in favor of- their bill, have Bran
Il
ing a revival meeting the past we®k driving wheels of the engine draw­ imitable cartoons of Uncle Sam',
Middlings 16
50 YEARS'
made it apparent that they did.
Chop, $16 per tuft.
EXPERIENCE
<vith a good attendenee. ■ Rev. R. ing the Royal Blue Line Express Mark Hanna, John Bull, McKinley,
Potatoes.
50cts
per
sack.
V. Williams, who arrived yester­ for BaltilTrore and Washington, Li Hung Chang, and pretty much all Nature takes the time when .one Educate Your Howels Witli Casearets.
Eggs, 15c. per doz.
is laying down togive the heart rest, Candy Cathartic, cure constipation lorever.
which left Communipaw 'at 11:30,
day will assist him-
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and that organ consequently, makes
Hams. 12c per lb.
The following are'thé delegates to January 9, burst as the train was —Salem Journal-
ten strokes less a minute than w-hen
The Youth’s < Companion contains Shoulders. 8c per lb.
attend the Republican convention rushing past the Netherwood station
one
isin an upright posture. Mul­ the most carefully selected, instruct­ Bacon, 10c per lb ’
at
12:10.
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wheel
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pieces
A
Chinaman
for
coxswain
in
the
to be held at Portland, in February:
T rade M arks
tiply that by sixty minutes and it is ive and interesting miscellany print­ Lard, 10c per lb
D esigns
A. J. Johnson, G, W. Phillips, W. and the heavy sections of the rim great intercollegiate boatrace is
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flew in all directions. The train was what the Cornell, freshman crew six hundred strokes. There-fore in ed in any American periodical. The
R. Higgins, T. S. Coffey.
Anyone sending a sketch and description may
making fully fifty-five miles an hour may present this year. Sas Ke Shee, eight hours spent in lying down the New Year’s number is rich in this •spoA mojst Jo o3*eoi qo ‘ 09 ipotnoft san-iaig quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an"
invention is probably patentable. Communica­
Mr Frank Butcher sold his hand when the accident occured. It ran or S. Alfred Shee. as hejis known heart is saved nearly five thousand department. The-principal feature ssbjppv ’OOJJ 9(dm*ns pu-e ispioog pooii tions
strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents
ojno 3$ ao oqs ‘SQSiSSnap nV Saojtjs
sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
ear to the Mill Co.; as he no longer more than a mile before it could be in this country, has registered with strokes, and asfhe heart pumps six of the number is Mr. Gladstone’s re­ -U'e.i'cnS,
Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
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»pedal notice^ without charge, in the
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carries the mail between here qnd stopped, and brought up in front of
ounces of blood with each stroke, it collections oLArthur Henri' Hal.am |
oq ‘.lOAOJOj. pun ApsBO ooo’Bqon 3-inb oj,
Shelburn,
Mr Frank Irvine now the station in Plainfield, N. J. One' Coach Courtney for the cox wain’s lifts thirty thousand ounces less of —a paper of extraordinary interest I ( i -3 dot
’¿ bmy
jn0X 9J|0Uis-.pmi qulg ooovqox hu°G
seat in t.he *98 boat. Unless some
A handsomely illustrated weekly. .Largest cir­
carries the mail between this city of the sections of the burst driver one else proves superior, there Is a blood in a night of eight hours spent and charm. The artlvla is illustrat-|
culation’ of any scientific journal. Terms, $3 a
and West Scio and also on the flew outward and upward and cut a probability that the Celestial may be in bed than when one is in an up­ ed with fine portraits, of Mr. Glad-1 The courts of (,'alifornhi go first io year; four months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers.
Shelburn route.
hole in the side of a coal ear in a the first Chinaman to turn the rud­ right position. As the blood flows stone and the subject of his sketch. one ex'rem? and then another, ft
Branch Office, 625 F St., Washington, i). C.
Ad Fleming, a young man living passing train. Another piece crash­ der of a single shell.
so much more slowly.- through the A number of excellent short stories, took three years to hang Durrant,
No-To-Bac for Fifty Cents.
in thè country near here, fell off the ed against the side of the combina­
veins when one is lying down, one editorial articles touching on vari­ but last week one of the judges of
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must supply then with’extra cover­ ous current topics; and notes on sci­ the lower-court sentenced a man to men strong, blood pure. 50c, $1. All druggists.
walk near the old butcher shop,one tion coach of the express truin at
night last week and dislocated his the fit st seat back of . the partition. BOBN—To the wife of Frank Pruitt ings the warmth usually furnished ence and affairs fill out this most at­ hard labor in the penitentiary for
Spec tack's 10c a pair at- Peery
wrist. Dr. Prill set- the injured! A hole three feet square wàs torni of Jordan’, on Jan. 23, 1898, a boy. [ by circulation.—Popular Science tractive number of the great family life, for the criui'p «if stealing a
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