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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1892)
THE NEXT LEGISLATURE.
A FEW POINTERS.
city home or boarding-house, while he
F /A.Z a . i ¿Xteau
\V. L. Brown, of the New York . The Oregon Weather Expert has Col will have a fund of experience thrown Who
Will Compose it and the Politics of
— is the cause of no «nJ of
HARDIN6 k HEATH, Publishers
Daily Newt, suggests complete organiza
F feeing. A safe and certain remedy is
tion . throughout the country and
By far more fortunate is he who wise The secretary of state has not yet re
especially thorough in the contestable
C»py. puryear, inadvance................. $1 00
B. S. Pague, of the Oregon weather ly
] turns his back upon civilization and , ceived complete returns from the thir
Oregon Kidney Too. 0
One Cepy, six months in advance.............
50 states as a plan of democratic campaign. servic« furnishes the following local ,
directs bis steps toward the mountains. ty-one counties of Oregon in the matter FARMERS—Don’t you know that last year Wheat S It can do vou no harm. It may do
It would be well to impress upon the
weather signs for Oregon. It would be 1 There will be a little more outlay in of the election of senators and represen
sold for 2 to Scents per bushel more at Payton than it did at any other ? you much good. Here is the testi-
Entered at the poetoflice at McMinnville people the oppression of tariff taxation— a good thing to cut out and paste up i
tatives Several counties are yet to be warehouse in Yamhill county. This ex wk price is Pure Profit to you. 5 rnony of one sufferer who lias been
Oregon, as second-class matter.
a great bnrden upon the masses in the
where it could lie used for reference at laden with blankets and provisions. If
P made a “a new man."
heard from, but the composition of the
interest of a few; show the workingmen any time.
1 ha 1 been troubled many years
he takes a friend with him, one pack next legislature may be pretty nearly NOW WHY NOT MAKE THIS PROFIT BY STORING GRAIN r
All tubteribert who do not receive their that they largely pay the revenue and
with disease of the kldueys when
TN THE DAYTON WAREHOUSE.
The old saying that “All signs fail in animal will serve them both and the
paper regularly will confer a favor by im that the tariff dnty is in the end paid
kind Providence sent Dr. Henle»
learned from the accompanying, which
Oregon” is generally true, yet there are expense may be shared between them,
mediately reporting the tame to thit office
The difference in price is caused by cheap river trans}iortat>on to P with
hotel. It had an almost miracu-
gives the politics of the member elected
by them through the consumption of
Ions effect nnd i■ « ff ’ dm I was
a few well defined signs which are true and as the animal can be bought for a the postofllce address and the county Portland, and Dayton is the only town in the county having it.
most of the necessaries of life; that this
ft new man. <». A. TL I * bh »
in from 80 to 95 cases out of 100. These song and sold at a slight depreciation he is from,
1’ropr ietor Occidental HoteL £
Thursday, July 21, 1892.
exaction is most unfair; unjust and
It states also if he is a
signs more truly apply to Western Ore and it will pick up all its food by the hold-over or
grinding upon the poor; that it has
a joint representative or Potatoes and all Produce of the Farm for Cash.
It has cured thousands; I
T h « advertisisg R ates or T hu T ele - not raised wages, as promised by the gon, though they are quite true of East wayside, the cost in the end will be in senator.
why not you? To-mor-l
ern Oregon as well. The signs men significant. A few extra garments, the
riioxE-REGisTER are liberal, taking in
row may be too late.
consideration tlie circulation. Single republicans, but reduced them, as is tioned in the following lines can well
older the better, an extra pair of boots,
inch. »1.00, each subsequent inch, $.75. manifested all over the land; that the
*fHarvey E Cross, rep, Oregon City,
Come and get our price on Twine before you buy.
Special inducements for yearly or semi- representations on this subject by the
gune and ammunition and a sufficient Clackamas county.
M. W. TALLMAN.
it. Attk him.
er forecasts which are now displayed stock of the plainest food materials
Proprietor Dayton M arehouse.
republicans were for ]>olitical purposes
fG F. Hayes, rep, Oregon City .Clack
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will be all that human needs demand amas.
Jos W ork N eatlt A nd Q uickly E xeccted and were fraudlent and deceptive.
at reasonable rates Our facilities are
Show the people that the Force bill and will assist the public to a more gen or that the horse can carry. It' is sur B F Olley, rep, Florence, Lane.
the best in Yamhill county and as good
as any in the state A complete steam is opposed to liberty and the freedom eral understanding of the weather prob prising how little it costs to live when
f\V S Vanderberg, peoples, Jose
plant insures quick work.
one gets down to first principles. Two phine.
of the ballot, is against the fundamental
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The barometer is the important fac men thus equipped can penetrate the
D F Huston, dem, Hillsboro, Wash
■Mourners hf Cooount' ■ \ n :» ill O bit - principles of the Government, is a
uary Poetry will be charged for a r regular creation of the republican party to tor in weather forecasting aud all pro ' most remote fastnesses of the coast ington.
give it additional political power gressive farmers and others whom the range, and if they have any luck at all
J W Maxwell, rep, Tillamook, Tilla
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A ll C ommunications M ust B e S igned B y through the agency of Federal officers weather influences in their occupation with gun or rod, my live for weeks on mook.
the person who sends them, not for pub
should have one.
sumptuous fare and return, bronzed
-1’ P Gates, rep, Lafayette, Yambill.
lication, unless unaccompanied by a “non at the polls, is meant to intimidate the
A falling barometer indicates ap ’ and hearty, with more money in their
•ie plume.” but for a guarantee of good voter and carry the elections by the use
*C W Fulton, rep, Astoria, Clatsop.
proaching rain and usually warmer pockets than if they had been paying
faith. No publication** will be published
*WF Matlock, dem, Pendleton,Uma
unless so signed.
weather. A rising barometer indicates board in a cheap mechanic’s house.
of the powers at Washington.
clearing or fair weather and lower tem The same opportunities that are open
A ddress A ll C ommunications . E ither F or
"J H Raley, dem, Pendleton, Uma
Show them that the purpose and aim
the editorial or business departments, to
perature; these are the general local re to men are ready for such schoolboys
T he T elephone -R egister , McMinnville, of the republican party is a centraliza
as have reached a responsible age. Un tJobn A Smith, deni, Moro.Sherman
tion of jiower; that it is most tyrannical
The wind shifting to a southerly der the leadership of the wisest of their
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W W Steiwer, rep, Fossil, Gilliam.
S ample C opies O f T he T elephone -R egis -
> fr will be mailed t«> .my pefWQ in the command, disregarding law, order and point, with a falling barometer, both as number, or better still, the guidance of
Henry Beckley, dem and pro, Elkon
. a rule accompany each other, is quite a sympathetic teacher, a party of gram
United States or Europe, who desires one,
precedent—turning Congressmen out of
free of charge
mar or high school boys can with safe ^Edward Hirsch,rep, Salem, Marion.
their places who were fairly elected
Wi I nvite Y ou T o C ompare T he T ele that they might further their unholy hours. A falling barometer and light ty make a considerable teur of this de
•J B Looney, rep, Jefferson, Marion.
phone -R egister with any other paper
wind from any point of the compass, scription. There is little or no danger *C B Crosno, rep, Toledo,.Benton.
and unprincipled ambition for power.
published in Yamhill county.
and then the wind increasing in force
Show them that the republican party indicates an early rise in the barometer. of sickness. It has passed into a pro N L Butler dem, Monmouth, Polk.
verb that no one can take -cold in the *|Hcnry Blackman, dem, Heppner,
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
fosters trusts and immense corperations
A sudden fall or a sudden rise in the mountains, and by observing proper Morrow.
that arc crushing the life-blood out of barometer indicates unsettled weather,
tC A Cogswell, dem, Lakeview,
young enterprises and destroying fair but a steady and slow fall or a steady precautions, no serious accident can
and just conqietition in the manufact and slow rise indicates, in the former, happen.
of New York.
|D A McAllister, dem, La Grande,
uring and productive industries of the contiuued bad weather, and in the lat
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
ADLAI E. STEVENSON,
ter better and continued geod weather.
*0 M Dodson, rep, Baker City,
cans plunder and rob the people wher A steady barometer, high, low or nor Coaches Now Running Over the Scenic
ever they are in control and have access
Route to Mt. Shasta.
For Presidential Electors,
mal indicates continued good weather
Bancroft, rep, Multnomah.
W. M. C olvig . ..
... of Jackson, to the treasuries of the over-taxed such as it is at the time of these barom
A Sacramento paper states that trav J)enny, rep, Multnomah.
G eo . E. N oland
of Clatsop, property-ewners or poor consumers.
Express Tyains Leave Portland Daily
elers over the Shasta scenic route of the
R obt . A. M iller ,........... of Jackson
McGinn, rep, Multnomah.
What they would do was shown in
Rain followed by clearing weather at Southern Pacific company have been
W. F. B utcher ................... of Baker. 1876, when they assasinated liberty
Woodward, citizen, Multnomah.
7.00 p m San Francisco 8.15 am
sunset and cloudless at night will be provided with two elegant observation
and roblied the country of its honestly
Above trains stop only at following sta
McMinnville is the best town on this chosen Executive. Ixd this not be followed by rain the next day. Rain cars, to be attached to the regular pas Joel P. Geer, rep., Clackamas.
tions north of Roseburg: East Portland,
one day and the next morning from
side of the river.
forgotten. This infamy will ever be a sunrise to 9 o’clock fair or as expressed, senger trains running between Redding
Oregon Citv, Woodbarm, Salem. Albany,
A. S. Lawton, rep., Clackamas.
Tangent, Sliedds, Halsey, Harrisburg. Jun
curse to them and haunt the perpe “bright aud fine” will be followed by and Sisson.
George Curran, dem., Clackamas.
ction city, Irving. Eugene
The garden spot of the Willamette trators of the fraud and crime to the
The scenery along that stretch of the Jasper Wilkins, rep., Coburg, Lane
Roseburg Mall Daily.
valley surrounds the city of McMinn day of judgement. The intelligent rain before 3 p. m. Rain in the morn Oregon & California branch of the
D. C Baughara, rep., Cottage Grove,
Portia id . 8 :t<5 a m; Roseburg... 5 40 p m
public is beginning to learn all the in- for better weather in the afternoon un Southern Pacific’s lines is admitted by Laue.
Roseburg. fi:M a m Portland . 4 :00 p ni
all who have traveled over the road to
, iquities of the republican party, and
C. K. Wilkinson, dem., Eugene,
Albany Local, Daily. Except Sunday.
It might be well for the citizens of the day has come for its overthrow and less the barometer should be very low. be the grandest and most picturesque
Rain during the day and clearing be on the coast. That portion of the route Lane.
this city who have not been vaccinated destruction.
Portland 5: p tn Albany.......... 9: : p m
fore sunset will most likely be followed between the Sacramento valley and Or W. P. Elmore dem.. Brownsville,
8 :.W a in
to have this operation performed. It
Albany.. .5; a m Portland
by frost the next morning in the win egon is traversed by daylight, and, Linn.
is a sure preventative of smallpox in its
A JUST TRIBUTE.
Piillniiiii RafTet Sleepers,
A, Blevins, dem.. Tangent, Lilin.
ter, spring and autumn and the day while it is a grand ride under ordinary
Tourist Sleeping Cars,
Chauncey M. Depew is the greatest will be fair.
M. A. Miller, dem., Lebanon, Linn.
conditions, still it has determined that
of second class passen
Cloudy or partly cloudy during the tourists shall bo enabled to enjoy it un
More dwelling houses have been
gers attached to express trains
Charles Nickell, dem, Jacksonville,
erected in this’eity during the past year said, “be knows a good thing when he day and rain at night is usually follow der the most enjoyable circumstances.
WEST SIDE DIVISION
than in any year in the history of the sees it” No man can lietter detect ed by clearing weather the next day.
Between Portland and Corvallis.
About two weeks ago an order was
city. Permanent public improvements the counterfeit from the genuine than The morning clear and fine with cirrus received by H J. Small, superintend J. J. Hauck, dem, Gold Hill, Jackson.
Mail Train Daily, except Sunday.
J W Merritt, rep, Central Point,
are under way and more are contem he. Here is Chauncey’s opinion of clouds appearing by 10 a. m., a falling ent of motive power and machinery,
Portland . 7:30 a ni McMinn’.. 10:10 n in
Cleveland. It is a just and deserved barometer, solar halo and increasing
. 12:10 p in
Sacramento, for the construction of two
Henry Buxton, rep, Forest Grove,
tribute to a man of great worth:
Corvallis 12:55 p in McMinn’ .. 2:56 juu
cloudiness will be followed before sun
. 5 30 p :n
2:56 p in
If I am to name the typical Ameri rise next day with rain. Clouds in the
Even now that the good Mr. Quay
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
can, the man who loves and believes morning (red sunrise) if followed by tached to the trains over the Shasta di B. P. Cornelius, rep, Hillsboro, Wash
trains of Oregon Pacific
has induced the senate to vote in favor
in his country beyond everything else, black clouds will be followed by rain. vision. In the construction of these ington.
Express Train Daily, except Bunday.
of Sunday closing of the World’s fair,
th» mau who determining once in
D A Durban, rep, Tualitan, Wash
there are those who will question the what direction his duty lends, cannot If followed by white clouds, wind only sengers have been considered more
Portland . 4-.40 p ni McMnn .. 7.25 p ni
8:20 a ni
McMinn'. . 5:45 a mJ Portland.
allegation that the preservation of mor
than mere elegance. The finish is J W Hobbs, rep, McMinnville, Yarn
be swerved from the path—the man
al purity is his sole object. However, who is doggedly persistent in what he direction front the wind indicates a plain and there is no upholstery of any
Quay's part of the fight is won and believes to be right—the man who change in the weather. On coast, a description employed. Each car is 50
H S Maloney, dem, Sheridan, Yam
EAST AND SOUTH.
congratulations from that other good thinks not of self but of his country fog bank in the north and west, morn feet long and has five openings on
For tickets and full information regard
ing or night precedes heavy northwest
man, Dudley, would seem to be in order.
ing rates, maps, etc., cull on tlieCompany's
and its needs, I would name Grover breeze. Clouds moving from 8. W., S, each side. These openings are about fA H Lamson, l’ep, Willamina, Yam
agent at McMinnville
eight feet long, so that every passenger
The Oregonian in an editorial states Cleveland. XVbat he has accomplished or W., with an undercurrent from the in the car will have an unobstructed hill.
E. P. ROGERS.
N., N. E. or E., are very sure to bring
Asst. G F. A P Agi
that the wages of the men at Home
J C Trulleuger, rep, Astoria, Clatsop.
stead vary from $125 to $275 per month, sibilities of American citizenship. A raiti inside 24 hours. Two or three route.
;’>800 men lieing employed. It also stat country lawyer hi the city of Buffalo, successive frosty mornings will be fol Shasta and Siskiyou counties are be J N Brown, rep, Heppner, Morrow.
M Youse, dem, Walla Walla, Uma
from Terminal or Interior Points Ih
ed, in the same article, that the pay he shed lustre upon the high profession lowed by rain inside 24 hours.
roll of these men for the month of May which he had chosen. As the mayor Mist observed rising from the moun tourists, while the many summer re tilla.
was $20,202.95. This is an average of of his native city he presented as his re tains or higher hillsides will lie follow sorts in that region of natural grandeur Jermiali Stone, dem, Athena, Uma
$5.32 per mouth for the 3800 men em cord^ clean and economical administra ed by rain inside 24 hours.
Lunar and solar halos are usually fol arc attracting great numbers of health Douglas Boults, rep, Pilot Rock Uma
ployed. Something rotten in Den tion. Coming into the highest position,
of the land without previous experience lowed by rain inside 24 hours, especial seekers and others. The new tavern of tilla.
and scarcely a precedent to guide him ly so when the clouds become more Castle Crag at Lower Soda springs, on
L. J yoodrich, rep, Blalock, Gilliam.
the bank of the Sacramento river,
R S Sheridan, dem, Roseburg,
Is the Line to Take
The people of the state are not aware in the conditions which surrounded dense and lower.
which was opened to guests only a few Douglas.
of the rapid strides now being made by him he won the affections of his party Winds indicate clearing or contiuued
weeks since, is crowded to its utmost
P. Cooper, rep, Roseburg, Douglas.
McMinnville. While other towns are and commanded the respect and admir fair weather. From the north to the
O C Brown, rep, Roseburg, Douglas.
It la the DINING CAR ROUTE. It runs
flat because of collapsed booms, Mc ation of his opponents. I find myself east, cooler, increasing cloudiness and |
All through that region are mineral
Through VESTIBULED TRAINS
T T Geer, rep, Macleay, Marion.
Minnville is forging ahead. The town in one of the proudest positions of my changeable conditions; from the east to
Every Day in lhe Year to
springs, natural wondersand magnifi
Tilmon Ford, rep, Salem, Marion.
has never experienced a boom managed life in being permitted to present to southwest increasing cloudiness and |
Samuel Lay mon, rep, Woodburn,
by speculators, and as a consequence you Grover Cleveland as the typical rain; from the southwest to the north • j cent scenic effect and they are not sur
passed on the continent; and as the Marion.
point clearing weather.
there is money enough in circulation to American.
(No Change of Cars)
8 B Ormsby, rep, Silver Falls, Ma
Wind changing from west by north , j years pass by Mout Shasta will become
make things lively and keep the me-
of HIM Ml CARS
' to east, electrical storms and winds 1
man and woman in the state in quest
J G Wright, rep, Salem, Marion.
The state board of horticulture that more likely to occur than when the
of health, recreation or rest.
E H Belknap, rep. Monroe, Benton.
Mr. Richard Croker permits the use met at Hood river the other day select change is by the S. point.
PULLMAMURAWIMl ROOM SLEEPERS
(Of Latest Equipment,)
Before Starting on a Journey
S T Jeffrey, dem, Corvallis, Benton.
af bis name in connection with the ed the Oregon grape indigenous of our Heavy dew is followed by a good day J
Jon. O Statts, dem, Airlie, Polk.
opinion that Cleveland is stronger valley land, for the state flower. There and in summer no dews usually falls
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
Best that can be constructed and in
G W Meyer, dem, Dallas, Itelk.
among the people than Hill would have are two species, berberis aquifolium before sunset. Fog at sunrise or’before
which accommodations are for hol
— * c.ocirablc
t C I) Richardson,------- Diamond,
And Tammany is about to and B. nervosa. The flower is very will clear before noon and the remain-
ders of First or Second-c|nss Tick
to take, and x will
make the greatest fight of its history. small and grows in dense clusters. der of the day will be fine. Fog com- 1 route
... - purchase
_ tickets Harney.
B F Nichols, rep, Prinesville, Crook,
New York is solid. The doubtful states The berry, the distiuguisheil feature of ing on liefore midnight will be followed v,a
ELEGANT UY COACHES.
and best service. Before start-
f B Daly, dem, Lakeview, Lake.
now are Pennsylvania and Kansas— the plant, is a waxy globule about the by cooler weather, but no frost, and the quickest
A Continuous Line connecting with all
iing on a trip to Chicago or any point
Polk Mays, rep, Joseph, Wallowa.
the two which contended for the repub size and shape of a gooseberry, and next day will be fair.
lines, affordiug direct ana unin
east, you should provide yourself with
+ T R Coon, rep, Hood River, Wasco,
lican banner in 1888.— Kanna» ('¡tn generally of a dull blue color. The
’ a map and time table of the Wisconsin
Pullman Sleeper reservations can b. s^cur
t E N Chandler, rep. The Dalles
foliage, however, is very graceful, as-1
! Central lines. The trains run on this Wasco.
sumes very brilliant colors, varying i
The average American recognizes no route are vestibuled and are equipped
The stand of steel-hearted Frick in in intensity at different periods of the
J. A. Wright, rep. Sparta, Union.
Pullman ’s latest Drawing Room
the Homestead trouble is anything but of the year, and can lie used for decor use for his legs except as a pair of props, with Pnllntan
L N Russell, rep, Hilgarde, Union.
right. While organized labor does not ative purposes with finest effect. The They assist him from his threshold to Sleepers, elegant Day Coaches and din C H Duncan, rep, Baker City, Baker.
Full information concerning rat«», tint»
of trains, routes anti other details furnlihM
have the right to destroy property it stem itself is very low, not more than the street car. They lift his body to a ing cars of latest design, built expressly
W R King, dem, Vale, Malhuer.
on application to any agent, or
has the right to make complaint and five or six inches in height, and about convenient height when he stands be for this service, and are exquisite in
Norman Merrill, rep, Columbia.
A D CHARLT0X.
Asst General Passenger At»ni
ask a hearing. While Mr. Frick has the thickness of an ordinary lead pencil. hind his desk and counter. They serve
J S McEvans, peoples, Coquille City,
Compaar, No> Itl
the power to refuse an audience, by so The long narrow leaves, composed of to tilt this same body to a comfortable fortable in arrangement and so com
doing he stamps himself as being a several pair of bright green leaflets,
man without feeling and a very ungen- with an <Kid terinal leaflet, lanceolvte chair. He is aware that they have a superior in comfort and elegance. Tire
J H Upton, peoples, Denmark, Curry. ,
tlemanly fellow. The more men like in outline, of a texture thick tough 1 certain galvanic action, but of what the Dining car service is pronounced by all
Bishop, rep, Multnomah.
Frick in charge of large hot lies of lalror- and leathery, anti beset along their luuscles arc really capable if he gave
citizen (rep,) Multnomah. :
ers the mero trouble there will be.
edge by numerous sharp spiuuous pro-
full he has the vaguest idea, says is operated in the interest of its patrons.
Gill, citizen (rep,) Multnomah.
cesses, are disjiosed most gracefully in i ^’c
i Gullixson, rep, Multnomah.
The New York typographical uninn a fan-like manner, liy the beauty ofi
**lc listless .idler will take eom- Lines leave Minneapolis daily at 12.45 ' Inman, citizen, (dem,) Multnomah.
is much incensed over the nomination their form and their pleasing arrange- J Illan(l °* these untutored members, and p. m. and 6.25 p. m., and St. Paul at
Keady, rep, Multnomah.
of Whitelaw Reid for the vice-prcsiden- ment never failing toelicit the warmest' f°How the example of his Knglish cous- 1.30 and 7.15 p. m., making favorable
! Manley, rep, Multnomah.
ey by the republicans. At a recent admiratiou.
| in8>116 maY enj°y an outing which will
Meyers, rep, Multnomah.
meeting resolutions were adopted by a
be to the conventional stay at seaside or west and southwest.
For tickets, time tables, berth reserva
vote of 575 for to eight against that no The great yield of last year will not mountain resort as the richly flavored
Paxton, rep, Multnomah.
power was ever given the Minneapolis be repeated by the grain fields of this meat of the wilderness is to the barn tions, etc., apply to G. F. McNeill, C.
KANSAS CITY, St PAUL
committee to indorse any person for po year. Judges differ in the amount of yard fowls. There is no other section I’. & T. A., Minneapolis, Minn., or Jas.
litical preferment, but that the com shortage, some of them saying it will in America which offers to the pedes C. Pond, G. P. &T. A., Chicago, Ill.
mittee only had power to inform the be one-fourth, some one-tenth. At trian the advantages insured by this
Oregon Boys at College.
national republican convention that any rate it will not be a failure of crops coast during the summer months. The
the union was no longer hostile to that as such a thing has never been known roads dry to a hardpan that is in many
party. The fact that the committee ex in the Willamette valley. The farmers places equal to an asphalt pavement;
F ALL who have used Ayer’s Pills
ceeded its authority greatly angered of Oregon are unusually prosperous, there is perfect security from rain, and Virginia, during the session of 1891-92,!.
for Biliousness and Liver Com
the members of the union. The union when compared with farmers of the a moderate temperature that never viz., Messrs. S. B. Hermann and;
plaint is that they are tho best ever
made. Being free from any mineral
printers of the country will vote against eastern statesand they are getting rich rises to a point where a sunstroke is im
Harrison and Reid regardless of party. er as the years roll on. The country at minent. There are beautiful landscapes Warren and A. M. Smith, of Astoria, i ingredients, and sugar-c»ated, Ayer’s
and G. N. Maddock, of McMinnville. ; Pills are adapted to all ages, constitu
the present time is a splendid sight shady forests and rippling streams, and
tions, and climates.
It is next to certain that the date of with its fields of yellowing grain.
stretches of sequestered 1 teach where
“ Having used Ayer's Pills for many
Congressman Hermann, attended the’ years
dedication of the World's fair buildings
in my practice and family, I feel
the ocean laps tlie shore. There arc
RECLINING CHAIR CARS,
in recommending them as an
will be changed from October 12 to Oc The rebublican papers are constantly chains of hospitable homes, orchards academic department of the university; i justified
excellent cathartic aadJiver medicine.
tober 21, the latter being really the four referring to A. E. Stevenson, demo and vineyards laden with fruit, which the other gentlemen were students in | They sustain all tlie claims made for
them.”—W A. Weelfall, M. D., V. P.
hundredth aniversary of the landing of cratic candidate for the vice presidency can be bought for a song, or whose in the law school. Messrs. Hamilton
Austin & N. W. R. R. Co., BUrnet,Texas.
Steamers Perlland to San Francisco Every 4 Days
Columbus, allowance being made for as Clevelands headsman. Evidently bounty is more frequently thrust upon and Warren were members of the jun- ■
“Ayer's Pills keen my stomach and
liver in perfect condition. Five years
the cerrection in the calendar made in they arc not acquainted with the record. the respectable wayfarer without a rec ¡or law class, and will return to the
ago I was afflicted with enlargement ef
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the time of Pope Gregory. The senate In the first ten weeks of Harrison’s ompense. All these and many more i university to finish their course. Mes the
liver anil with • severe form of dys
TICKETS W EUROPE.
has passed a bill making the change administration there were 9,500 re advantages unite to smooth the way of! srs. Smith and Maddock received the pepsia, most of the time being unable to
referred to and it is not doubted that movals from office, while for the same the tourist who goes afoot. He who '
For rates or general information call on
finally began to take Ayer’s rills, and
the house of representatives will take time under Cleveland the nuuiber.was chooses may start out from any city ! commencement. Mr. Maddock also! after using only three boxes of these
magical pellets, was a well man.”—
like action. The change was requested only 2,000. Harrison is the one who with
no other burden than a light hand
To be sold in tracts of from 5 to 50 acres at $30.00 an acre and
Lucius Alexander, Marblehead, Mass.
M II. lit RLBURT, Asst. Gen. Pass. Aiti.
by the World’s fair commissioners of had a heads man.
satchel, and keeping close to traveled I awarded to the student attainiug the
If you have Sick Headache, Constipa- upwards; one-fifth down, balance in I, 2 and 3 years, at G per cent, per
254 Washington St ,
tiou, Iudigestion, or Piles, try
New York, the legislature of which
I ways, make the circuit of a hundred I
PoBTLASD. O recox .
Editorial writers are now filling , towns and villages, stopping now at a J class. | The prize consists of the sum of
state had provided fora Columbus cel !
ebration on October 12. It was thought space with opinions on the Homestead farmhouse, now at a cheap hotel, car- $100, to be expended [by the recipient i
w«n to •xarrur*
Over 700,000 pounds of fruit shipped from this point last year.
MU1LI1 I IQC i IQ th.» Oth«f«,wno
pop^.o obUiri Milite,
Public rying a luncheon in his pocket each in the purchase of law books. Among
that the two celebrations if held simul and Couer d’ Alette riots.
on advertising $paC« when in Choro, will find Ha* fit« at
taneously would detract from each opinion in matters like this is not form- day, to be eaten in some shady spot; ■ the Washington and Lee aluuini in
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
ed by weighty editorials as a man with and he will find at the end ofhisjour- Oregon are L. Berkeley Cox and W. II
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers in Medicine.
the Advertising Agency of LORD (THOMAS.
eoinmon sense can easily segregate the uey that his entire expenses have not Wimper of Portland; John II. Smith of
Astoria; George E. Chamberlain, of
1 right from the wrong.
; exceeded the cost of his living in the ! Albany, and John I). Slater.
PAPER Atrnry of Mw»
J «!_ rSU£?fl«inff
ZvTdviin.ilgrille, Oreg'cn. THIS
J Get New and Startling Facte at Dr uggiste.
Ü. W* AYER A S O Pf* gut authorlxed
THE DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN.
AT REDUCED PRICES !
AND A LOT OF FINE DRESS GOODS
East and South
Southern Pacific Route
F, W. REDMOND
Through Tickets to all Points
O œ 3
To all Points East & South
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS.
East, North & South
FRUIT GROWERS, ATTENTION I
Finest Fruit Land th" Willamette Valley