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BISHOP & KAY
! he revenue from spirits and tobacco 1
WAS IIINGTON L ETTE II.
.means the perpetuation of the taxes
(F bom ouit R egi lar C orres
The Oalûiùl Democratic Paper. upon the food, the fuel, and the'
Of failing health, whether in the form of
clothing of th “ p opb>. Mr. Blaine’s'
Night Sweat ! un'l hervoucness, or in a
W ashington , Dec.. 2(5, 1887.
renewal of 1.1 ab ord proposition!
II. LHE A.TTE.---- rwblUher.
sense of General Weariness anil L ojs cJ
ÖiiÜ B BiGtSWoJ
Probably one half the members A.] petite, ebouhl euggr it the uso of
jrr. !>. n. A
to continue the whisky tax and
Í1 ■ Mix<V!L’ e .
F.'. ioav .Lrn. it. lass divide the proceeds among the of Congress have taken temporasy Ayer’s Baraaparllla. ffLit preparation
is most effective fcr giving tor.o anil
States shows t’.iat lie has a tend-T leave of th ? Capitol and are spend- strength to tho enfc '.'.cd system, pro
Next year’s political contest is
heart for his Maine neighbors. That ing the gay holiday season at their moting tho digestion nud assimilation of
hot going io be any child’s play.
food, restoring tl.a nervous forces to
State pays non« of tho whisky tax, old homes in the bosom of the be thoir
normal coi: Ntion, anil fcr purify
AUffti I •>. . ki.- ” h in HscreiK-n,
Hst ri ib h . I con-
It is true that Mr. Cleveland will
Fall and Winter stock Cloth.
ft young man. H it
but Mr. Blaine is quite willing to
‘sI«*b I» bus Hue* to
ing, enriching, an 1 vitalizing tho blood.
t: acted a (Uscx*« .. • wh?<
li e or B’x yeart
enter tho contest with the sympath
Bfiieo I WUM ironlil. 1 with 1I.-ÍD8,
]■ v .. ;.k.
accept revonu ■ from this wicked as has been the existence of the
mal» It dUT.c.iU
m • .<• >
ies of tho masses in bis support;
.. . t «• r fill
source t> relieve it.< people from Fiftieth Congress, death, which has
Ten years aero r.iv heabh began to fail.
but it must also be remembered
I was troubl-d wiih a distressing Cough,
w, ■< i:
local taxation. Mr. Blaine is be all seasons for its own, has intruded
■: '<> d..' clloBS
. *• ■■ C'.r.ii.
Night Sweats, Weakness, and Nervous
that Mr. Blaine go s into the fight
ness. I tried various n medics pre-
Vay 'tatl <n rHd. g<*'3'^' b tt, I w.o'_
hind tho times on this question. upon the membership of the House, ecribcd
very liighesr gradesof texture to be
fvtt any r return
fc v\n r’ti. iand
J f.ml bavd
‘ avc * ■ ver K-lt
Ly different physicians, hut
with all tho wealth and power and
I 1 n»u:
n.a : ; t.
I. ’. A.
a ’ . u
r i xpert-A . ng
The people of this country are bent and a delegation from Congress has
became so weak that I could not go up
believe that on this point weg.
- Cti I JH.
’- t sn .* J I ! ■ ui ■’ saU
influence of the monop dies at his
' to rc-et. My
t he roh-alt.
.D. I Al
."•! ’i 31xt: •' • < Lh'. y< rr
without competition, we urge a critical examination of these good,.
upon stopping tho surplus, instead escorted to his darkened and deso stairs
I.- av like « ;• yocbJ
» > “ •>»
>« «• ‘
friends ret oihuh i . < i u :. j to try Ayer’s
back. They are ¡flaying for his
t....c .• v-
(*nn n< r.-s-a'-ry
3 f '( H r l U ’*: ’ ' > tnun s.x
which I did, and I am now
V II. --- 4-;- . ’ ’
of squandering or “dividing” it. late home the remains of one of the Sarsaparilla,
*o ci- ■hl
IL" ’ ’ U:.ilH<l
-’- ■;*'“( (11'3
as healthy and htror.g es ever. —Mra.
v l ;.’ hcc
ace. . I b-ud
baud y y utLLjT.ltho
U tLTi without
Stakes, and if they lose this time
tluH. r F V.’oí hl.Stl N rU) Avrn-.e, C8!r
They believe that tho o ily honest Representatives from Michigan, who E. L WilHains, Alex, i: '.ria, Minn.
Ive that they are the latest and nobiest. EvW|.
they lo'.e forever. They have the
l’uGt r (|.;tn < f J ‘■•oe 12, I " *. ' ,-j
I haver, d Ayer’s LT: laparllla,in my
body wants Fashionable Clothing to keep abreast with the inode,/
place, as well as the best place, for has just died in this city.
euro J re-
1’ n:y Gufj to thank .'f • »U i f tor
1 .i ra;'*.
advantage of superb organization
ceb < 4 from your v.K'vib J't lg
Speaker Carlisle will devote much taken* faithfully, th .b it will thoroughly
costs our patrons nothing to do so.
■■very d >II.Lr not needed for the legi
tifetnia vciy bcvi-re case i’ LR.ud p'J-'H-
Lig uiHjiit tvo yea. 3 ago. IF -r; «T yo-.r
eradicate this terrible di•. i . -s. I have
backed by unlimited wealth. They
lh‘‘ 1 '<>
j; v«!> iue, I V '-tit to a «hr ' d li.o e. to
timate exp ‘n-<es of the Governm mt of his time between the present and also pre •’.•■riL d it as a tonic, as well as an
j . !et<-r of v/Iuuh ¡/rsGtuii
are in the last ditch and will make
and must ray that I honestly
vi’ci'arid¡on o? hi) O'»n, '•» g ik-h iic su id was
is in the pjek-t of the man who tho re-assembling of Congress to alterative,
and we aro cqualy determij.
h sure cure. I
believe it to I * the b< t blood medicine
& id i •i .v worse all tiie time. Al •'< t I • f’
a desperate struggle to recover lost
compounded.—VZ. F. Fowler, M. D.,
elsewhere as we offer, th»
* .1, . I r. ..l . .»• ■ •■■■I or a <••>■•.. ' 1 nn-t
..... a “
earned it. President Cleveland the arduous t isk of appointing the ever
D. D. S., Greenville, Tenn.
ft eul who iuJ-1 me 11»'-*« J our meu: iuG-c La l
ground. Such, in brief, is an out
cured him. 1 v .. l : to t;.j jk . l (» c.r; ggbv
stand; for this purpose. Mr. Blaine committees, the presiding officer
R”*;;l:i nnd demand <1 your rno< I'4’V-
line of the situation for 1838.—S t
luviantiy vdd nmt yeiva bo: th ■». aa<! 1 am
comes forward as the champion of
now lieifoctly cured. I v.nui t.; ; fur the
It would be impossible for me to de-
P aul G lobe .
Lene; t of BG.nef’is, io prevent lae L¡r bf-ip'r
ecrilie what I suflered from Indigestion
deceived by f.'i-e n-K"ent
the opposite idea. The Democratic
veil from your
IDíüE’IBTTT) U'í’OTsT IT, EVETaVTIZITTCa- SOLD AT
j on : dn tor the Lvn-.lit
and Headache up to the time I began
The capital wears a holiday air, taking
Ayer’s Sarsaparilla. I was under
It has been shown that the odori party could not ask for a better
ArcHilnent j * h i< lan,
Dr. J. N. Cbenev, a pi
care of various physicians, and tried
b.i E'.iavHit*, Sen
and everybody, poor and rich, is the
Entire satisfaction always guaranteed. We aro also agents forth,
ferous molecule of musk is infinit"- issue.—N ew Y ork W ould .
In a l.-.U r recounting t. l,.c iftfulUUe success
a great many kintls of medicines, but
. 3 blood
he Iui3 in curing eontagl--------
-- . j o sen
BROWNSVILLE WOOLEN MILLS carrying a full lineoftheir
celebrating Christmas; the Federal never obtained more than temporary re
Ciir-.c.-i i.t id* extensive prjrt.ce, ^rJed:
fiimally small. No power has yet
•‘Tnof.e who know tho p.inioht inevit iulo,
lief. After taking Ayer’s Sarsaparilla
Tii' Great l.'.i -t r:i Iris been sold Departments closed a day and a for
Mens’ Youths’ and Bovs’ Clothing, Blankets and Flannels, these good,
p. raianentiy d ingerous e!le< ts of inercury
been conceived to enable the hum <n
x ill welcome your dncowry of S. S. S. 113 a
to a metal firm in L in 1» 1, for £1G- half for the great Christian festival, peared, and my stomach performed its
are so well and so favorably known that further comment is úsele»,
1 < n to humanity. The in< <.icul | ’ot’ession,
i.,w. y;< wary of proprietary inedicinrs, 13
eye to see one of the atoni3 of the
duties more perfectly. To-day my
they simp! v have no equal. Remember our motto, —[TIIE BEST
<< nil.!: Flowly. and ia some cases secretly,
O'JO. The vessel is to be broken up and will also give the employes of health is completely restored. — Mary
to lhe U .e of S. s. 8. bi cu.tes of Hood dis
musk, yet the organs of smell have
GOODS FOR THE LEASTMONEY.]—
Harley, Springfield, Mass.
fcr the old metal.
1 .iso-ring in Its wor t !• -rm must purify tho
the Government the same time in
I have been greatly benefited by tho
BISHOP & KAY.
the sensitiveness to detect one.
Li.»<if every disorder.”
Treatise on Blood .'«'id "kin bi -c”.scs mal’.sd
prompt use of Ayer’s Sarsaparilla. It
The Clothiers and Furnishing Goods Men of Yamhill.
Tua to».-! Si’Ec'i < o..
Their smallness cannot even be
There was a serious accident honor of the ‘glad New Year,’ in tones and invigorates the system, regu
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ox
lates the action of the digestive and
imagined, and th ■ R ime grain < f Wedne d y i.cirning o:i the Califor the language of the greatest of Eng assimilative
For Side by Refers A’ Todd
organs, and vitalizes the
It is. without doubt, the most
musk undergoes absolutely no dim nia Central Railroad, between On lish Laureates. But Christmas is blood.
reliable blood purifier yet discovered.—
Family Grocery Store Tliore will allways be found
inution in Weight. A simple drop tario and Cucamonga. The heavy anything but a blessing to one class II. D. Johnson, 383 Atlantic avenue,
Hotlca fcr Publication.
Third St , McMinnville Or
L and O ffice at Oregon City. Or., )
of th .• oil of thymo ground down rains washed out a culvert and the of Uncle Sam’s servants—the postal
with a piece of sugar and a little construction train passing over was clerks and letter carriers, who have
Notice is hereby given that the following-
(Successor to L. Root)
named settler has filed notice of his inten
— DEALER IN —
alcohol will communicate its odor ditched. O.i ■ man was killed .anil to wrestle with the millions of pre Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mas«. tion
to make final proof in support of his
Price 31; els bottles, 85.
sents which burden the mails at
' him find, that said proof will be imide All Fresh Goods, Gioeeries, Flour, Ba
to 25 gallons of water. Haller kept five or six seriously injured.
a fine line of
con, Glasswaie and Crockery.
this season of the year.
for 40 years papir perfumed with 1
mook county, Oregon, at Tillamook, Ore
Zf2?“AU goods deliver ?d to purchaser in
gon, on '1 uesdiiy, January 10, 1888. viz: the city.
A new regulation of the Post
The pontifical in.:.« of the pope’s
grain of ambergris. After this time
William O Hara, homestead entry. No. 4-
33!), for the S W % of N E h N V/ 1 f of S E
the odor was as strong as ever. golden jubilee was grand. There office Department in regard to the
1-4, and lots 1, 2 and .3 of sec. 5, T 2 S II 10
COME AND HAVE A GOOD TIME.
Bordenave has evaluated a mole
lie names the following witnesses to
-------- Proprietor of the
cule of camphor, sensible to the bishops and bishops present, and specification of the class thereof in
cultivation of, said land, viz: J Biggs, B
smell, to 2,262,584,000th of a grain. 30,000 persons in the audience. writing on the outside of parcels—
S Thompson, 8 Earl and J. Earl, all of
Of Refreshment Rooms.
f'illhmook post ot’ice, Tillamook county,
Boyle has observed that one drahm
W. T. B urney , Regieter.
of asafetida exposed to the open air
COLUMBIA RIVER ROUTE,
scription, hides, tallow, etc., will pay cash
had lost in 6 days the eighth part come with emotion and fainted has caused so much confusion that
for all produce. A nice, neat place will be
of a grain, from which Keill con twice, but recovered. He wore a the Postmaster General found it Train« for the Fast leave Ash St. wharf Notice is hereby given that I have kept, and respectfully, a share of the public
taken up and had duly appraised and patronage is solicited.
cludes that in 1 minute it had lost triple crown presented him by Em
Attached to the 1:15 p in train are through
Many people have, by this new Pullman
Sleeping Cars to^C ouncil “¡»lulls posted, the following estrays, to wit: 1
l.CO-220th of a grain.
red yearling heher, smooth crop off of
ruling, been compelled to pay due and
Attached to the 12:30 a ni train is the riciit ear, 1 red two-year old heifer hole
But Blaine, even now, does vouch
postage on other than first-class Walla Walla & Dayton Sleeper, which can in right ear and spiff in left, no brands
boarded at East ’»ortland station any
safe to Ray how a portion of the sur of next month will retire from the matter sent to them through this be
to be seen upon either—medium size.
time after 8 pm
—Having bought the—
arrive at 2:15 and 7:45 p m even’ My residence 5 miles north of McMinn
plus should be spent. Ho would
medium, for all such matter was dav,
ville. Animals taken lip December 1,
have a navy equal to the best on
F ued . D. S itton ,
subject to letter rate postage.
111HM SAN FRANCISCO
earth, which means that into that spend his time in France and Ger
It has been the custom heretofore Leaving
at 12 Mid Leaving Spear st at
hole he would |>our not less than a many investigating the production at the beginning of a new Congress night. as follows 10 a m., as follows
Will keep a choice line of meats, ami do
Suiidi’.v ... Nov. ‘Ji
L'otice For Publication,
billion of dollars first and last, of beet sugar. On his return if he to allow a month’s extra pay to Friday.
........ Dec. 2 Thursday
L and O ffice at Oregon City, Or., I
Monday.... Dec 5
especially under three or four of the prcsentaji favorable report he will such of the employes as were thrown Tuesday
December 14, l '.s7J
Foticeis hereby given that the follov.ing-
old Robeson regimes. Then be begin to establish a beet sugar fae- out of place and left almost penni Wednesday Dec
Tuesday. . . . I)dc. 13
notice of bis inten
Sunday.... '... Dee
Saturday . Dec 17
would commence a series of coast tory’in company with Claus Sprcck- less by the whirlgig of time and Thursday . Dee
Wednesday Dec 24 tion to mase final proof in support of his
will he m ule be
Monday .. I)ec 2d
defenses which would take as much les, and will gradually abandon his political combinations ; but there Saturday.
fore the county clerk of I'lllamook county.
.. 1 lee
at'fillamook, Oregon, on Friday.
more. Then, if there was anything Hawaiian sugar. Much stock in is an exception this year—tho The company lescivo thy right to Oregon,
February 10, 1888, viz. James S Gray,pre
declaratorv statement. No 4714
left, he would divide it out pro rata
salary grab proposition having been change f¡te.imws or sailin ; days,
TO AS TOR I A,-Str. R R Thompson for tho S Li of 8 E 14, N E 1-4 ( f 8 E 1-1 ami
among the States. In other words,
lost by- only four or five votes, and leaves Ash st wharf every Monday Wed lots 8 and 9 of sec 0, T 3 N R !» \V.
He names the following witnesses toprove
he would rob New York to subsi
several of the unfortunates who are and SatuiiLiv at 11 :3 ) p. in. 1/ 8 Mail his continuous residence upon, and cultiva T11E O NI. Y N ATI 0 NAL ST A N D A RD
leaves Ash st. daily, except Sun tion of, said land, viz: II
M. Scovell, E
dize Maine. He would levy’ a tax the plantation product long after affected by the adverse result, an steamer
day, at G a. in., for A st -ria.
G Scovell, .I M Aliev, of Union 1’eak, Or
on Illinois for the benefit of Rhode
nounce that they will have to ‘trump
her T wcb <] Thousand
\V T. B urney , Register.
Leave Ash bt. at G a. in., except Sun egon
Island. lie would collect tribute 1 purchasing it.
it home’; some of the poor fellows day.
Artidi» oa Pronta People.
TOOREGON C ITY, Dayton an 1 Al
from Missouri to fill the hands of
A Kansas journalist and suppor live away out in Texas, and their bany.
Notice for Publication.
—Str. leaves Port! ind at 7 a. in.
This standard work is tlje only
New Hampshire with sugar plums, ter of St. John was arrested in San lot is really a hard one.
Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays, for
L and O ffice at Oregon City, Or., )
National Cyclopaedia of Biography I
And this after the experience of a Francisco a few days ago, for being
Nov. 2G. 1887.)
Few persons in the States have Dayton and wav points. Returning leave
’Notice is hereby given that the following- in this country, and worthy to rank
Davion as G a. in., Tues<lavs, Thursdays
hundred years, is called stateman- drunk and disorderly, lie gave hie any idea of how their great men i and
of his inten
with the great national works of its
Saturdays. For Albany and way
tion to make final proof in support of his
ship. And this at last is the only name as Henry I. Taylor, and said grow beautifully less in the official points at G a. in.. Mr-ndiys and Thu s- claim,
ami that said proof will i»e made lie-
days. Returning, leave AJb.iny Wodnes-
resource left to the people for he was simply commemorating positions they hold in Washington j I days
and Sativdavs. Tit’!< E 1 OITIi ’E fore the county ch rk of Tillainookcountv.()r prepared in England, Germany and
egon. at Tillamook.Oregon,on Friday,Janu Belgium.
No name eminent in lit
all the millions upon millions Christmas, and that he looked with as compared with the aspirations FIRSTS OAK STS. A. I.. MAXWELL, ary 13. ls.ss, viz: Wm. Tubbesing, pre em-<
Gen. Pass. A Ticket Agent.
ption I). L No. 1803. for the W
of 8 W erature, art, music, science or in
that they have given up to be ecorn on prison surroundings and of these gentlemen when at home.
and W '2 of N W of sec. 27, T 3 N R 10 W.
vention will be omitted. Sold only
lie names the following witnesses to
squandered, and for all tho mil the officials connected therewith. In one of the Departments hero is a
prove lus continuous resilience upon, and by subscription.
lions upon millions yet to be given As a journalist, he said, “he had man who lacked but a few votes of COMMISSION
AUCTION cultivation of, said land, viz: Wm Scholl-
W. W. BECK. Agent.
meycr, II. II. Scholium c r. Henry Olar and
up to be squandered.—K axsas C iiv often written up such things, ami being chosen Governor of one of the
—But Drop Into—
F. J. Lange, ail of Nehalem, Tillamook
T imes .
they had no terror for him. As an principal States of the Union some
W T. BURNEY. Register.
The undersigned will open a Commission
thousands suffering from Asthma, Con
years since, yet he now contents Auction
li< : e in the rooms lately occupL d
sumption, Coughs, etc. Did you ever try
Mr. Blaine’s acceptance of the editorial writer of unexampled brilli
by II. 11 W elch in W. T. Booth's I uihling
himself with filling an office worth on
Acker’s English Remedy? It is tho best
C street betwecu 3d and 4th, where wo
issue forced upon the country by ancy, he had modeled public
preparation known for all Lung Troubles,
but eighteen hundred dollars per will sell, at auction, any thing from a jack
sold on a positivo guarantee at 10c., 50c.
the President was as prompt and
knife to a threshing machine or from a
annum. When the fine old gentle bushel of mud to a section of land, 8.de<
Geo. W. Burt Druggist.
bold as was the message that chal of Kansas, and as an humble and
Apply at the auction I.W. BRIEDWELL, - - - PROP.
man is obsequiously addressed by every
rooms. U 8 B ooth . Ik sincss manager.
B¿kery and Grocery.
lenged it. The Maine statesman’s
J as , F l :: t ( ae \, Xue i mcer.
(Formerly BaxterA Rogers.)
OïEfiLANÜ TO CALIFORNIA
his underlings as ‘Governor,’ which
“interview” is, in fact, a proclama-1 advocate of prohibition he was de
My Goods are New and Fresh and will
is quite often, I can wonder what
tion that Mr. Blaine considers him-I termined to put out of the way as
BE SOLI) AT LOW FIGURES
self to be the chosen champion of much of the whisky of this coast as
For t'ASII. A share of the public pat Oregon & California
R. R. Hungry and Thirsty. Crockeij
protection and that he is ready to I lay in the power of one mortal man, These people really think he has
ronage respectfully solicited, All kinds
enter the Presidential list again as regardless of personal consequen
and Glassware included.
Next door to the Post oilice
such. The fact that Mr. Blaine ces.” After he had sobered up he of the world of Washington is not
Honm Produce Market.
TIIE MT, SIIASTA ROUTE.
M c M innville ,
had not read the full text of the was allowed to depart upon deposi
Corrected for the T elephone by Baxter A
President’s message must serve as ting the usual bail.
has revolutionized the world
his excuse for misrepresenting its
Oats, per bn.........................
during the last ball* century
Senator Sncrninn, when asked as age was veritably a political bomb
Not least among the wonders Flour, per bar......................
purport. Mr. Cleveland does not,
to the grounds on which he would that awakened a million reverbera of inventive progress is a method and sys Eggs, per doz... .............
trains run daily
------ When I say that------
as Mr. Blaine avers, object to “even
tem of work that can lw performed all over Butter, per lb.....................
base hie opposition to the confirma tions, and its echoes will ring in : the
Cheese, ocst, per lb..........
permitting protection to result
from their homes, l’ay liberal; any one
tion of Mr. Lamar, said; “I do not the air for years. Mr. Blaine has | can
IE r FRANCISCO.
do the work, either sex. young or old; Apples, dried per lb..........
freely as an incident to revenue
Potatoes, per bu...................
feel at liberty to discuss themout- already impulsively replied to Mr. 1 no special ability required Capital not Bacon,
p M i s.|n F.
duties.” On the contrary, tlic Pre- ..
you are started free
Cut this out
>an lran*6:30 1‘ M. | Porthind
M Have the most complete tailor shopontb*
I siuo of executive session. You see Cleveland’s challenge, and Mr. Sher | . needed,
ami return to us and we will send you free
■ident expressly says that
ham, sugar cured
of great value and importance
that I carefully avoided entering man announces that he will won | something
to yon. that will start you in busines which
tariff “must be extensively
will bring von in more money right away Ducks, per dt»x............
A Vest Side.
$3.51 Portlan.l leave
tinued as the source of the Govern into the reasons in my letter to the have somewhat to say on the same i than anything else in the world Grand Turkeys, per lb
ne.. 2:40 P M.
, outfit free. * Address True A Co , Augusta
MW A LDI-.D are thoee ertu read
ment’s income.” The reduction
been much talked about, and my Senate, and perhaps other i’resi Maine,
Pullman Buffet Sleepers
Jhisand then n.t ¡they will find
which he proproaes would leave the
honorable cinploynicpt that will
SEA WONDERS exist in thousands
average duty higher than it was people felt a deep interest in it. It dential candidates will I« out-
of forms, but are siirpassctl by the not take them from their home an.l famil-
------- NONE BUT--------
The profit, are large ami .ure for
marvels of invention.
under the Morrill tariff of 1862 | had liven reported in Ohio that I spoken. But the signs of the times are in nc
v»l of profitable work that ran be
shonhl at once ami are r.mv making several hundred dol-
And he adds that “in a readjust was going to vote for confirmation, point to Blaine and Cleveland as done while living nt home
First-flau Workmen Employed!!
It t, easy for anv one tn
A Co ? . Port-
felt it proper to tell them how the contestants for the Presidential ¡«end tl»‘ir address --------
ment of our tariff the interests of
land; Maine, and receive free full informa- mage ».> and upwards per day. who is „ ill-
lion how either sex.
“ of nil ages, can earn n o work, hither sex. old or young; cap
American labor engaged in manu I should vote. I do not know how prize in the great quadrennial from
$5 to $25 per <1: y and upwards where* ital not nee.lc: we start von. Ev, rtfiiiie
other Senators may vote. If I did 1 struggle.
Xo si.. . ial ability re.piir. I; von
ever they live
You are started free
facture should be carefully con
not required, Some have made reader, can flo it as we II a, a„v one
could not speak of it. But I shall
nwT«,. W'"‘ 8,,,e n'»««lnn.
The death of Ex-Secretary Mann Cai«ital
over $50 in a single day nt this work. All nrai!’froe >,U\ ¡T f"" I' '"''
sidered, as well as the preservation
------ IN TUE
of our manufactures," This “may
(BAILY EXCEPT 8
--------- -- JCNDAY8)
l»e called protection,” he says, “or eourse, people all over the country was generally esteemed for his ex
a U m
. 'SSI' S,
by any other name,” but this prin
cellent qualities of head and heart,
5 P. M
Sample rooms in connection.
ciple should shape the r ’adju-tnient.
'el i 1*. M.
and is regarded by men of all par-
trains of lhe Oregon
"> Paciti. IL Rn‘ ct wi,h
Neither do s the President, as Mr could have been thinking of. There lief as an exeeptionably able Secre
M c M innville .
OREGOX Eapreae Train Hally j
Cheaper Than the ('heaped!
Blaine alleges, “ recommended re
tary of the Treasury. The custom A<-comme<l.itiona as eo. <1 as can be
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taining the internal taxes inorder'
foun din the city.
WILLIAMS & HUBS.
that tho tariff lie forced down even selves upon any well-informed man ary trappings of public mourning
S. E. HENNINGER, Manajrer.
without any discussion.” It mat- and respect are displayed, and it is
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below the fair revenue standard.” t ts not whether Sherman votes or
expected that the President and *0O\\\ ’i
The Presideit would retain their.» not. Laiuar will be confirmed.
s . !fy. uharo 'äav-C JÄ*. They «•
P«la>ly linWo to sudd n h warranted, is became
tornal taxei in order th. t the war
some members of the Cabinet will • G>ngh or Cold, or the cleldrcn are „ olds,
Coughs, Croup, Whooping Cough
Fpikano l ulls. W. T., epened
BloM Pr'iaA-'. n
threatened with Croupor Whooping Cough,
Soother at l,aTd.
lt fs the only **
tariff on the necessities of the people her big “ Grand Hotel” on Satur manifest their grief by attending use Acker*« English Remedy and prevent St,"*
‘¡rely core til
"J.1* P^i- medicine yet made that will renn”’*,*"
Lcwedy a pativo cure.
It 1, a positive cum
Miay be reduced. To throw away < day. It cost IRK),(MX)
- infantile disorders.
It contains nf
SoM £ w
I the dead statesman’s funeral.
and u-o guarantee It.
Ptive 10 nod 50c
cousin uüua. Rcm,.abt ”
-s np tho
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE.
The First Sign
Best Qualities &
T. M. Fields, Proprieii
Who Lies ! I Don’t!
Williams & Hibbs,
Fine Suits a Specialty?
All New Goods
The St Charles Hotel.
G, . W Pur,
W R^rantee i».
or if rp’iiiie, but gives the child
ease f, m pairs. Price 25 cents.
9«?». W Burt, drn.-gist.