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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 9, 1887)
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE.
coi tir noi sr..
Architu« t Ihi^h, o( Salem, ia now on-
rng“d in nicking p’ttfiniinsrv dmw rii'H
The Official Democratic Paner.
• »1 the |>»u. o v«l nc»» “«rial b<>UMo «>( B“U-
*«»n county. The buihlin/ vili coet J55,
1* u M lalicr. 1*1. fimi will hs in »he Ionic Htylo of ar
H.L H.H A.TH
f hitcctUi j , anti will h * of biick uud
rttona. It will b«.* I nilt in L%SS.
Mc U1MXV1I.I.K. F kiiiav
Tho foregoing item wo clip from the
Oregonian of Kcplaiii!)er 1
It whs a
«tate dispatch aa I we copy it tu »dio*
Mm people of thi.i county, th.it a ven
tin j modern court bou-<e 4U3 bo b I i
for 153,003. Thia building Inn a b isn-
meat jail, na has all modern court L“U’-
The people of Yamhill county will
he caHcd upon in G ia nvxl four years to
bath! a new court hunse eitnor at Me-
Alianvilto or Lafayc-Hw and it ba* been
c.ta'mod by some frinii I h of L ifiyettc
that navr btiildingH won: I c^t !?ti?0,0«)0.
.in! hirther that YandrII county w . im t<r
:»!»r to alluni z < h »I hnijdi i/i. If Ben
ton rotin’y is able h> hudd, and cui do
•o in o«»c y?i , ;in ’ f t -pò.). r)0, m.e y
tins county c:i‘i build in fiveyuaiM, nr.«
-ju^hl I«» ait’» «I fairly yf><) I Ipild: ii ;* m fo:
Bdtor put $45,0«'4
n new b.iih’ifi/4 than llO.O’X) ! n imiid
ing n ! liG'»ni. elD .iii'l »“pai'M. But i J
tiind<*«l tur payer* tea 1 and conwider.
Edward Ihugons, tl>e dc-sigimr of t! i
Puritan, tlm Mayflower, mid thu Vnlui:
tear, ia a lloatoniaii.
Imuily was a very wealthy one an I tin
son Eduaid splint much oi bi» lim'. in
sailing crack va-lits on Bo-iton buy urn'
studying naval arehitectiire ami win
the inn j cam3 w'.on it war neuos.a; j
for Ili n to do for lilniself; lie wns no
Wanting. Defoie l.o bu'it the l'.iritun
liin first great suc '- chs , lie bud designee
W'lum small cut bouts, but when tin
I'liseilla, which tlio New Yoik yacht
club intended to coinpeto with tlm Gen-
rista fertile Amurica’s cup was built Mr.
1'oibos coinmixsionml Burgess to de
sign tha Puritan. The new bout was
built by the Luwleys of Boston. Ho sue
■'o.Hiul was the Puritan tli.it when the
GimuHli challenged (or the clip Geii'l.
Paine, tliun whom there, is no mere en
thusiastic-, patriotic yachtsman in the
countiy, gave tlio young designer the
eoniuiissloii to bnill tho Mayflower.
J fur Bttccosn is no well known as not to
used repetition Imre, but when the This
tle was built in Kcotlund, and on out
model too, uud when the report of her
■uecosH reached Gen’L l’ainu ho wux
not content to allow Ibu fate ot ttie cup
depend upon tlio Mayflower and Burgess
wasuuabi .mum mod to Ilia rescue; this
time he built of steel and oil Ike Dele-
The Volunteer is only a fow
inches longer (han tlio Mayflower. Her
first race was sailed in the contest for
the Goidnt cup, August 5, 1837. at Now-
]>ort, Rhode Island.
In this race the
Volunteer bout ttie Mu) flower (l minutes
1» second», actual time, but hud to allow
tlio latlei’ 47 seconds. Ttie Volunteer
also won the Boston Herald Trophy and
the Benton Roof cup.
boats ubuve moutionod, Mr. BurgcsH bus
-designed tlio Sachem, undoubtedly Hie
best Amoncan schooner nflo.it.
«team yacht ll.niniel and cutter Rondma
uro also justly eulobiatcd crafts. Mr.
Burgess is u Harvard graduate, and is n
prominent nienbor of the Eastern Yacht
Club, being at one limo secretary uml
treasury of '.lie association.
Homo interesting testimony was taken
by David O'Key, of tlio treasury depart
ment, concerning the management ot
Castle Garden immigration, ('buries E.
Ilaiuilton, a newspaper rei>ortor, tosti-
lied that immigrants in Custlo Garden
are not permitted to leavo or to bo soon
by their friends until their money Inis
boon changed and they liavo bought
railroad tickets, if going we it. All pro
visions must bo purchased ut a bread
stand which is owned by George 11.
Mentsor, who pays $0,000 a year for it.
Hixteeti cents is charged for a loaf of rye
broad that can bo bought anywhere else
for ten or twelve cents.
Tun cents is
cliargod for white broad that can be
bought miywhoro ulso for eight centa.
At tho bottom of each bill of fare is a
note saving that prices mo logulatod by
the Commissioners, un I recommending
iinnigran! i to patronize Unit stand, bh
food can bo obtained cheaper there
than anywhere else.
The ch uiging of
money is entirely in tho bunds of Schilly
A Smith, who pay a largo snin par year
fertile privilago. Jlrokers are requested
to give a slip with every change of mon
ey, showing bow much they charge.
Tho immigrant never knows enough to
-ascertain wliothor lie has been subjec
ted Io oxtorliun or not. Immigrants are
obliged to patronize certain favored rail
road lines, mid to pay u high price (or
excosKivu baggage. The immigrant has
no choice whatever ns to Hie road wliieli
he is going.
lie ulso (entitled that an
immigrants baggage to Chicago is over
charged. It is sent by freight and cost»
|3.13, while freight per car load only
The Agassiz glacier, in Alaska, covers
an estimated area of nliout UOO square
miles, while tlio great Guyot glacier, west
of it, is of quito uknown oxtent. Du-
twee n tlio St. Elias Alps and the sea, from
Cross Sound to the Copper river, the
Klino.t entirely of
glaciers, at whose bases ttie ice lies bur
ied under iiiilliona ol tons and liundieds
of square miles of loose rocks wli.cli it
lias carried do« ii fioiu the mountains.
Ttie extent ot II icbo terminal iH.iraimis
mioledearly nivigatois, wlioai*' aba -
ren country composed of loiam atones,
while the protuding ice w as suppeuu I l >
be snow lying on tho ‘ground.
Til • ol<l U.'iili i! : tatua hluop ot wnrTi .
•oil.livngn, r-l’-iiq ed <>' elei', tliitlg bill
iei ioA-i-.r i.i.o t». h..ile,,» i'.n.l i.'i.u'liiuvi) ,
oh in tlrjKti<’>.m j bait irei! tirai db unti -
'le.lobi Inllk. TilW x.'liloi H I h -I iovii sin
• liiumted. Ilei Hhip’n bi ll, w lih'b usai
•a Le bang mi thè uflur end of thè to|
;.itli,i-t foiCciHllo, tight ovai'thè ixiok’
tnlley, w.is huí I lo Im ii all iiu I oih , uni.
ifter ii v.'.i» pl.i. ad un I ho Aretie xhi;
l'Iielif, lang olii nt mid iight willioa
he :i. 4 ot I. il ni in hn.ds. For t hi i rétixon
itali)' of tini Hallo ■ -i.•
tei! lmr, nini Ih ■
boli w i » rain le ! lo tli i ti ivy va. d.
The Tieonde:og.i w.n» liuilt in tli<
Biooklyn navy yard in 1302, and wap
pretty b.ully brokun tip Tarili, ; Ilio war
haviug purtieipatud in ho rei .il n i V i! an
gagsnients in thu golf porte and had
wen activo Service on tlic I »!•_»<• k ade
iVhen thè war cloxrd siiti «:t>: practical
ly rcbiillt and uerved on Heve.ul loiolgr
8ix inontliH ago h 1> o waa r.old Ly atie-
tioil to l'ntriek Ciiiui y, who bonghi he.
irom TI ioiiiiih BullerA Co., ot New Ymk
thè piice paid boing $19,001).
taf Biiid filai Ite woul.l begin Ilio woik o.
breakieg up thè oid «hip in a few dayx.
Iter engiuei» and Iioile.-H, Im tliinks ari
In good condilio'i, lini uh I chh a piirclias
er for tbein iu found tiiey wil! be tnkei
apai t limi brokon tip on board ; tu bi’
dlspueod of m» old jnn2.
TO THE PUBLIC!
Negotiationa for tilt» sale of tieii'ii")'
•isaela liy thè Oregon .t Tranacontiiiental
wern cuiuplrted Imi iy. fn addition lo
i3,0iXt,(XXloi O-egon ltuilway A Naviga-
Dori binda Ih. sale comprises f2,'A»),000
.it par valilo of thè stock. The prieex
veienot inaile piibllc, bnt alargvnmonnt
w is paid ami thè b.-itunce wi¡1 Im | aid
lo-mot r >w. The sale is to a forvigli .i n
die,ile, cliielly repre.ienUiJ bv tieni)
PRESIDENT Or THE AMUSEMENT REPUSLit!
me now prepared to receive for storage^ nil
K1N DS OF G KAI N AT
Most Positively the only Tented Show that will visit this section thia Season
The victims of the burning (beafei
Royal, were mostly working people. A h
soon an th“ fl.imeH were put out u large
io. ve Legin searching for their bodivu.
Tiie stairway Ica«iing to the gallery wna
li erally pa.'Led with L«»d:eH. whiio at
t iu head of the stabs there w< r • wore»*
>1 o her piled »r:c on top of f»eot!:vr.
and carlton , O regon ,
Warehouses . They also offer to s<‘II or lend
sacks at a low brice They bought their
sacks early 1 in thol season and it will bo to the
to call ; and sec them be-
fore niakiiig arranjgcu nents fur storing their
grain of this season.
Long experience in buying grain gives
solid assurance tlalt (he farmers interests will
be carefully guardbd.
Their warehouse has been titled up with
new machinery and is now in a good con
dition for saving grain.
M c M innville ,
V/e truat that the northern f-oopbi v.il
•»•Mm learn tn<* S hi U uti (‘unfed •)m y ;
duiuiH*1 —died on tl.e livid cf h«?nor—
and that tiro v is no num* pj"hahil;ty i
i new Kouthern confed ‘ ary th.m tlvu«
is of a ( onieih'r.icy In t ween Vi gii.iii ai.<!
tho N<»;thwestern St h tvs. Thin is
country.—J’h hnio»»d D;vpittrh.
L A5f) J(><•»<> I
5 RING Cl.K :
Fi e 4» i ul
Nctabiy and Iriu-m,..
.... »¡is T.'tlU the trill World'»
Edward F/i iLi i-gur wiot.r a pormi
Elidilo.” A l.o. tor. printer l:m w uh.it
’ was, for be bad j i.it ic.id tin: l'i air ) 1-
v .n a undo B -inent >:■> ho changed 1 daini
toll! ine, ail i o male the poem to de-
elute him :
' A thing between nil a:ig. I .mA a llowe.' ’
Felice the milljm-.iiri*
who married the du lighter of tho Singe:
Hewing in icliiim manufacturer, lias died
of hoart disease, biou^hl on by the eat th-
quako ut Menton.
mcminnv I lle crossing
May bo increos&d, tho Digestivo organs
stn ngtlionod, and tho bowels regulated,
ty taking Ayer’3
Thot:o Pills uro
purely vegetatilo in their coin pesi tiuu.
They couiain neither cidonud nor any
other dangcronn drug, and may bo taken
with perfectaafoty b/poTSomof aJLvgca.
I WRH a great Euiïcrcr from Dyspepsia
and Constipation. 1 had v.)
und w a-i «'onrit «.iit.jy afiinUt'.i with Head
ache Lint l>i'.».?L •••* '. 1 « <•*>.-«<• It d our
fninily duel or, who nrcócritied n>r me, ut
\’e’ limes, wi h; ?t a.'Iò.duig moro
tb n 1.« >ji|
relief. • Jimdly coni-
rit'i.tvt! liiki ■; /steri ì I ii. lu u short
dj¿,-.sa >u t:.:d
the Next Twenty Days
my In’veli wern rn"u! -ted, and, byiho
time ï fini.dicd t*o L oxcm ol th».-¿o Pilis
my tcmh-iic v to head teli s had
‘».id [ In i .>«t» .-il .'fi g ari ! Wu lì.—
if you want
the Best Bargains.
A. J. APPERSON
A Canine Carved Head —Trained in Fleecy, fihimracrlng Hair—In him Reality Outstrips Exng^er
ation, and DumLioti ; inj i-cii'iDte Fronouncns Him tho Most Wonderful and Inexplicable Myd”
tary or Life!—Not .m In.-.lpld I 1 »t, but a Briirht. Alert, Vivacious Being!—Your Only Chance
to Beo Jo-Jo—By Cc'inj.iand of the Ciair
Returns io St Petersburg at an Early Day 1
f *r ovó * n year, v.ith
Although the pro.ddent’s order in
Isos.i (.4 At.¡etite, J nd Gt I. l.'J 1 h.'ft'ii.lY.
to tho railroad
I « turni ¡ii-cd tikii g Ayci’i»
•AN UNPARALLELED «E3-LETTEB (IRCUS FESTIVAL!
before fin udii »¿g halt : L box
lands has been in operation for less than
eine, :ny appetite and atreugEi were rc-
half a month, it lias given tiro to the ut slured. — C. 0. Clark, Danbury, Cc.in.
most activity in land matters al) over
Astounding Dlaj»lpys of Acrobatic, Gymnio cad Equestrian Amazenienta in »Separate Star
A.ve ’*'. Ti’ls arn «ha b«st medicine
kn.iv.n ¿ g mu T» r regulating the L 7’Vfdrt,
the country, and ll.a I nlerior dspartment
Scotch Athlete? Russian Skntorial Artist?, Arabian Heroes. Japanese Marvels, end a Gipanuc
• nd for JI •! se«a'’.< s caused by a
Vaudeville Com Hnation ill Thrllllii;; and Fasciae,ting Performances on the Grand Theatre 8tagel
bids fair to bo swamped w itb letters of Simna h and IJv'W. I .'«nil»!: oíd for over
three years with JI. :d.p'.i.c.. 3iidl\estiiii>,
inquiry from all quarters, from railroad
andCoo'Uipa«inn. j Led
and land lawyers und would-bo settlers.
wiv4 weak r.u.i m -rvous ïntât ?£ the tiiuc.
Nearly nil the timo of Acting Cotnmis-
’csæiâfS ök HCRSECAêkl
Ht'mer Stockslager ut the general land
♦I. < e 1- '.*C3 o( y.'i*M I’ilb;, and pt tho
oilice is taken up in wi ¡ling replies to mu .' ihi time diothig n.v.s' ii, I was coto
tlroso various li tters, mid alnp'st every nici: »V cuti-J. IGy dtpvMiivc nr.'f.nx .»re
h ( v>
f nd ¿ .di »..ai d I a:* in perfect
thing else is suspended for the present.
lu¿./ 'i. -■ V\i ..i K. '.r’d, Topuku, Kans,
la;tteis come from all classes and condi
y\lilla bav.dMnollted mower.*.! 't-
EVER GATHERED AND EXHIBITED UNDER TENTSI
fully. I'( • i.b ’itha I aulfered fr« :r Indi-
tions of people, and are aimed at any
Greatest, Grandest, l»r<>zt Tamous end ¡'seat Trained Herd o( Elephants cn American Soil-»
Bisinarck " and’‘Juno,” t*.e Biggest Wedded Couple Extant, and the Colosual,
ollicial of the general government, whoso
j/irhr, «¡o ! I:?. ! a b .*'. taste in tn.y mouth
All-Overshadowing Central Figures of their Kacti; “Doc” and “ lu n Butler,” Rollickinj
Precocious £ltph.i ;iine Clowns, and the Only Eaby Eleplianlon the Continent!
name by cbanco creeps into some coun every moi-'i'tg. A ft-*-»- taking ene hoz
. . i
try weekly, mid tho White I louse is do- of Ay
Ito-PEFJiLESM, POETIC, SL’ BTL'Ot .'., SPECTACULAR STBEET P.UL’vDEl
SAM LIKENS, Proprietor.
lugod with letters that done usually
»...V ï.îrcp \v.‘-< n fi«-, bin*.. - Henry C.
Appearing on the Public Thoro\z;hôire3 at 10 o’clock Every Morning.
with tho demand that Mr. Clovolnnd JLL‘i:'xn'.'.,r.,'ay. Bovkpuri.. A.’u:s,
Blacksmithing and carriage Ironing of
USUAI. rirïU’S 4>i‘ AïîSflhSIOH.- i’ci-fji-munce« az Customary Xiuuco
erred f f (ho Pihw by lb « dec of
will Imvo to drop everything slso and re-
I'hviip Bunin'.Tri;i Escurelouii (,u all Usilroads. Hco HU ti<^> Agsnuicr particulars.
Ay * Pili.«. ì I « y r.oteidy itdieved tuo
,ply by rotuin mail, l’orsonally, one la u! that p.dnfid diaurdo;*, hut give . ¡ n
AV. T BANTER
dy writes from Tulip, Missouri, and af cr.-...-e ! vizí.r, i» 1.1
Julm L.'.z sà'u^1, Lt. aJulm, N. B.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
An«l plow work a i-pccialty.
ter profuse apolog ics asks for full intor-
illation in regard to the sort of climate
and available public lands in Washing
P h 'I mii «’. by Dr. J. 0. Ayor & t L gau IJ, j Í p . i M,
Also manufacture tlio
ton Territory, and whether lands cun be
öold by ah Dre^g'dt* *uai D sa L io L i Mudiciua.
Oregon Iron Harrow,
THE MT, SHASTA ROUTE
taken by proxy or in poison, and as they
At the new ¿ture of -
are about to soil a place in Tulip, will lie
GIVE ME A CALL.
connections made at Ashland with
'with any Threat or
please write her this information as YXovOV
-*-* »’ •* - Lung Diacaao. I f you have
stilai :• of tli >. California, Oregon and Idaho
early as possible so that they will know a Cough or Cold, or tlm children arc
whore to go.
threatened with Croupor Whooping Cough,
Only 20 Miles Staging,
uno Acker's English ltcmody and prevent
C. H. FLEMING, Prop.
Jiiilgo Dendy has decided in favor of furtlior trouble. •< It is a positlvo cuny
Dan Chaplin and the O. It. A N. Co. and and wo guarantee it.ri Fries 10 end COo
against the United .Stalos in the matter Goo. W. Hurt, druggist.
Shaving, Hair ('uliiiig and------
ni.v l.x .vt'sH trains run daily
of cutting timber on government land
BL a W I »-.K. roRTLANl» and ASHLAND.
during construction of the (>. R. A N.
uno st , M c M innville , ok .
road between I’endluton and La Grunilo.
P ' Ii:t:.d ! . ^r. M lAdtlnnd S;3n A. M.
Ladies' and Children’s Work
A-hhind. .5:10 T. MPortland lO.i'JV.M.
Suit was brought »onio time ago against
-A 8PECIALT Y-
Local J‘aMticngvr Daily, Except Sunday.
these parties by the government and
Hot and Cold Baths, 25 Cts.
THE LEADER IN-----
Jud ga Deady ba» taken ample time to
A. M o'.ueini'.. 2:40V M.
Eu-eiie .9:00 A. M.ll'orltand 3:45 I’ M.
give the case his thorough attention. One
—Have Just Added—
fools likq blaming him for deciding in
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
Daily between Portland and Ashland.
favor of the railroad company, as bo
The Finest Line of Cigars
ticle! A No 1
Fruit Jar.s. Butter ( rocks.
inevitable does, but, in this instance,
Dliily between Portland mid Ashland
Colored (ilasswaru. Cutlery,.Cased Goods,
In the City Try Them
Ttie O. A
It. It. Ferry makes connection
undoubtedly Judgo Heady has icudoted
Huir ucaviiigiiud Slumping.
Tobacco, Pipes.and Cigars
with all the regular trains on the East Side
a clear and ablo decision. Tlio act of
Division from fool of F Street
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables in season.
cutting timbor on government land bad Opposite Grange Store McMinnville Or.
Wc have put our prices down low Give us
Went Side Dlviaion.
to be committed or the road would not
a call, inspect our slot k, and we will guar
BEI WEEN 1»OIITLAN1>& CO11VALL1S.
have boon built for sovoral years to come.
antee prices to suit you
This alone is reason enough for tiie
( DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.'?)
Judge's decision, and if it is at the same
Bort’aml 7:50 A. M I McMinn .12:25 P. M.
time coincides with the law so much the
C»:15 P, M.
i At Albany and Corvallis connect
better. The amount the government
-------- Agents fur the------ —
sued for was ? 117.Klht, and if tho verdict
a.ins of the Oregon Pacific R. R.
has been in its favor it would not have
had any live for tho money, as the
r >rdand 1 ’d P. M.lMcMinnvilleS :00P.M.
want any thing in 111.
treasury vaults are now overflowing and
e J! in’vi lie5:15A.M.I Portland 0:0) A. M.
E. P RCMiERS.
tho surplus is becoming a burden.—!
G. F. & Pass. Agt
200 Illustrious Champions!—80 Darling Acts!
®??SL0LÄÄ? HIPmROOTIC CONTESTS!
STIRRiHG HCiüBES OF LIFE m TRE
3 Times the SSost Stupendous Menagerie
New Blacksmith Shop!
Aye r’s Pilis,
McMinnville Baths !
i'iflliiiiitl iinil San Francisco,
Third Street, between E and F
Me Mir. mille, Orojon.
First-class neconiniodxtions for Ccmmer-
cial men and general travel.
Transient stock well cured for.
Everything new and in First-Class Ordsr
Tatromigo respectfully solicited
[Fresh Family Groceries.
Bakery and Grocery.
Cidi at the othce of tiie WEST
SIDE TELEPHONE. We
will guarantee you
Hungry andThirsty. Crockery
and Glassware included.
-L y 1 o AVri lt I 11
ílarne33. Saddles. Etc. Etc,
KeeP«^da1‘“*i B c"n,P’<«e stock of theaa
goods. Also a large mid well os-
sorted line of
■ !, J ì'r"1>® *‘caf!.v itone al reasonable
Gents’ Furnishing goods,
'' . ; ‘ - ne i building.
and I streets, McMiuuviUe. Or
----- Lathes' and Gents’------
WORK, LOWEST PRICES.
G. E. DETMERING
A rich nugget of gold has been placed ' obtainable, a large railroad bridge across
B ook and Card Printing.
Dry Goods House
In Ilie City,
I.WBi lillOX., à- ì TO dm ;
alone on account of Dyvpqffta. Acker’s
I>yspep5is Tablets will cure Prspepsin,
lndigi*etion sa l Cou^titJCtion, sold on
poaiiivu guarwni H» at 35 *»nd 50
L W '* ti P-
FlW|Hh illbmlnl I« hiiv or
In all the latest 8tytes and Pattern’, which I
lur fit and quality cannot terns,
t all anl tne * oar spring
go h L’ before pur
Corner Third and C Streets.
V -.. A
Groceries, Crockery, Glassware,
kiOO'Jcn anti Willowwarfl,
Gixxla dilivvred promptly ta nny part
of the city.
Goods Exchanged for Produce.
There will allways be found
Carries a fnVtiid complete stock of
a fino lino of
M c M innville
Ttir flouthBrn Pacific l>aa ilecideil t<>
i c iiMtriict, as booh as wo: king force ia
on exhibition st Lua Angeles, by proa- ' the Corquinox straits, wbicb asperates
It is probable
jKH'tors who made a big strike in the Han ! Renica from Port Costa.
Jacinto mountains, ninety miles cast of j that a double draw in thu bridge will be
Los Angeles, several days ago.
They made, to allow the passage to Port Costa
have already sunk a shaft forty foot and of tall masted ships of the »host trade
have struck a ledge averaging f7.) |x*r ■ This bridge will do away with tlio large
Ono sample of ore bro'igM i-» ni- ■ ferry tr>st Hwlano. well known to all trav-
• ivl at |2,Trit.
(Successor to L. Koot)
but drop into
Frequently one hears tho name of
Robert Lincoln mentioned as a probable
candidate for tho presidency on the re.
Of lato Fred Graut's
name is heard in connection with Romo
high ofllco. Now comes the Nsw York
World with tho following:
“Col. Fred Giant has written to
Grand Army man that ho is pleased with
ttie suggestion of his name ior tho repub
lican nomination for Secretary of State,
and would accept if chosen. Disappro
priate that a party wlucli is living on its
imine should chose for its etandard baisr-
o.- a man who is ready to de political bu-
W1. ss ill the name of liia father.*'
J. II. HENDERSON
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Of Refreshment Rooms.
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