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()KEG3> NEWS A>D NOTES.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Invalid 3 Years,
Cured by Hood’s
Judge Burnett offers the agricultu
To the E ditor
Arizona is likely to be subjected
college football team $500 if they to another raid of the redskins.
F. H. BARNHART.
la a former article I endeavored to
beat the Stanfords.
PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. show that the tax levy of 4 1-6 mills
A brilliant meteor passed over
was more than ample for county pur Astoria will vote to bond its school California and Nevada last week,
poses under a judicial and cconomic- district on Feb 19th for $12,000
causing the people to think that the
Ji. G. ECK71AN, Aa»uci<ie Editor
al administration of its officer^ and pay the present indebtedness.
end of tbe world was at hand.
that it would be wrong, in the pres J. P O. Lownsdale, member of
Vaillant, the French anarchist and
ADVERTISING R a TES
ent congested state of the money the state b^ard of equalization from
Roadrsg noslcw In Local co’.'imr.i I. ■ «ntfl r«r
was executed in Par
Hoi for flr-.t woe'/ and 5 cent« per line thereafter market, to impose a higher rate of the fourth district, has resigned.
His last words were
plipxay adverilnemenu annual rate-. one Inch ’axa’ion than ar ’•jt*’v neoe -,ary
The state democratic convention is on the 5tb.
per mur.tb il each additional inch SO cent« p»r
long live anar
wil’ ..e held at Astoria on April 17.
Obituary and marriage notice — exceeding
10 line« p'lbltibed fr»a if f, bLtdt.. lime i, ! take issue with my friend T
D. The populists meet in Portland on chy." There were no incidents of
b j current news Additional matter lb cent-per
an exciting nature other than this.
I Henderson on the road question. ■ • March 14th.
j Mr. Hendersor. treats the matter
The midwinter fair will be extend
There are 183 publications ir. Ore
fairly and intelligently from his gon, classified as follows: Republi ed a month beyond the time first pro
FRIDAY, FEB. 9, 1894.
. standpoint and no doubt he has giv- can 46, democratic 37, independent posed. The managers have decided
! en good satisfaction in his district 43, people’s 24, church 11, farm 3, that, as there was a delay of a month
in opening, it should be made up at
T h < increased tax on whiskey will for the impartial manner he has fraternal 4, miscellaneous 18
keep the moonshiners of the south l treated all. but if he will scan the
The fair will not
Frederic P. Holbrook and Miss the other end.
j iarge list of petitioners on file in the
solid for the democratic party
aud probably not “C. 1 Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
Grace Scriber were married in Sa-
••Gentlemen:—I no glad to tell you that 1
j county clerk's office he may readily
: lem last week, and departed to Cali
have been given good health by Hood’s
T he income tax is intended to : perceive that this road question is a
George W. Childs, philanthropist
Sarsaparilla. For three year» I was an in
fornia on a bridal tour of six weeks.
reach those citizens who by chance j matter about which wise men may
valid, suffering terribly from
and proprietor of the Philadelphia
Their home will be in Butte, Mont.
escape the profit-smashing opera , differ. Has Mr. Henderson consid
Nervousness and Lameness.
Ledger, died of paralysis on the 2d.
A Portland lady, when she heard Mr. Childs was probably as widely “I was so nervous,! could nut bear the least
ered tbe fact that one-fifth of the
tions of the Wilson bill.
noise, and I had to walk with crutches for
ihe Corbett-Mitchell fight, was known as any man in the United
' taxable property of the county is ex- lot
six mouths, as 1 could not put one of my feet
W hen the republican party was in empt from the two-mill road tax? 5 ; greatly shocked to think that the States, aud there can be no doubt he
to the floor. Physicians did not do me any
All Goods heretofore advertised at Sixty Gents on former
good, so a friend told me to get Hood’s Sar
power it did not filibuster against it viz: that situated in the cities of I ex-senator and present senator from was by far the best known resideut
self to prevent the. enforcement, of Newberg, Sheridan and McMinnville, Oregon would be guilty of such con- of Philadelphia.
prices holds good during this Salt*.
I Said There Was No Use.
its own doctrines and tendencies
over which the county court has no • duct.
All the furniture factories in Grand
control and no right to levy a tax for ' Mrs. V. L. Arrington has been cir-
cided to give it a trial, and have taken six
bottles of Hood’s Sarsaparilla, and the re
T here is not a section in the Wil road work, thus making the road tax I culating a petition for the jiardon of Rapids, Mich., are now running on
suit is that 1 am well as any one could wish
either full or part time, with orders
son bill that will add a cent to the unequal and inequitable.
her husband. She states that thus
to be, and can do any kind of work. I ad
wages of any American workingman,
vise all my friends to take Hood’s Sarsapa
From data furnished by Commis far she has found but very few per
rtlla for 1 believe it will do them good.”
but there are many sections that will sioner Perry and published in the sons who refused to sign the petition, when the next semi-annual furniture
Miss S usie D odson , Colton. California.
have the opposite effect.
R eporter . I find that there was $12,- and consequently feels greatly en
Hood’s Pills cut. liver Ills, oonstlpatloa,
545 expended in road work for the couraged over her prospects of suc closed was very successful; prices blliuuiuass jaundice, sickbsadoebs. ludlgestluu.
ruled fairly strong, and all orders
T he latest news from Hawaii is to year 1893, and for a like exhibit pub cess.— Roseburg Plaindealer.
Is our Aim to clean up our entire Stork ol‘Fall and
were placed on a cash basis.
to the effect that Dole is having lished for the year 1892 I learn that
The Divil a Itoo^titcr.
Winter Goods before our Spring-Goods arrive.
much less difficulty about being a there was a still larger sum expend Corvallis is likely to be left on a
It. is announced that Dr. Talmage, How well I remember lasbt fall at the rally
satisfactory president in that coun ed from the two mill road tax, mak
the Brooklyn preacher, has complet
felt just as proud as a king at beholding
try than Cleveland is having to ac ing in all over $25,000 for the two ened cutting of a new channel by ed arrangements for a tour of the And
The fall of the rich and the rise of the poor.
the Willamette river. Several thous
complish a like result in this coun years named.
world during the coming spring and Sure that s what they told me was mint by
Circulars and Gossamers Reduced from $2
and dollars was wasted by the gov
I ask Mr. Henderson in all candor
summer. According to program Dr. And wonder I was elated at that
ernment a year or two ago to pre-
if, in his estimation, the return has I
Talmage will go overland to San As I stepped to the music just like an old sojer
and $3 to 50 Cents
Tilt famous Cleveland horseshoe been ample recompense for the out. | ! vent this. The attention of the Francisco, and sail from that port Ami wore a big rooshter on top o’ me hat
has been considerably disfigured
Washington delegation will be called
I invied the I kmr wid his riches and comforts.
the last week in May, taking a steam No share of the profits I’d git if again
It is a bad year for lay? At least will he uot admit that; 1 to the danger.
it is better to return to the old sys
er to the Hawaiian islands. He will I voted to keep up the tariff that only
‘‘Cleveland luck."— Aurora beacon.
also visit New Zealand, Australia, Protected the bosses and burdened the min.
Why “horseshoe?" There seems
I’m sure I II get even now wld ye, me honeys:
every indication that the Cleveland depression and stagnation, when our been ordered to go to work on hop China, India and other countries.
I II vote, just as sure as my names it is Pat,
For Grover, and thin at the ratification
footgear fits a different kind of people are straining every nerve to
make tioth ends meet and to pull year. The Oregon jute mill will nev The salaries of the city employes of I ll wear a big rooshter on top o’ me hat.
quadriped— Chicago Times, Dem.
it, bad luck to the day and the hour.
safely through, the whirlpool of the er be built and Oregon will continue Chicago are to be cut to the bone. I done
I’d like to recall the same vote ii I could
T he house hm> finally passed a res
And once agin hear the ould stharne whistle
cloth, while her 350 state prisoners to be reduced, aud every man draw
olution whitewashing the president country7
locality during the past five months.
That called me to work when the times they
It is to be hoped that Mr. Hender are maintained at state expense in ing city pay as high as $700 a year
and his Hawaiian course. Tuesday,
Beginning with the marriage of A.
will be compelled to give his share of The boss he looks worried, the foreman is sour;
when the first round-up was had and son will accept the position so unani idleness.— Capital Journal.
E. Weesner and Mattie Baldwin on
The old mill’s deserted and gloomy at that,
the first crack of the Cleveland whip mously tendered him and join heart In speaking of the Salem postoffice it. The-situation is serious, and un And
August 26th we have published no
all I have left for my share of the glory
less something of the kind is done
resounded, so many democrats were ily in the betterment of our roads. muddle (by which is meant the scrim
tices of twenty or more weddings of j
Is the old battered rooshter I wore ou me hat.
Chicago will find itself on a brink of
found skulking that a quorum could I would suggest that the different mage among the democratic brethren
I mustered up courage to spake to the foreman
persons in this town or immediate 1
supervisors organize and have a for appointment) the chief of the ap a financial precipice. The control And ask him how long we’d be idle. (Yousee, vicinity. And still there’s more to I
not be mustered.
The mill had been closed for a fortnight, and
thorough understanding in regard to pointment division at Washington ler’s estimates are just two million
O bkoon democracy is waqied by the matter of working the roads in raid he was sick of the factional
Wid not a tint comin was tellin on me.)
Jimmie Williamson, whois one of C' •
tome. “You and 1 will both suiter.
two distinctive factions at the pres the county, and agree upon the num fights and should recommend to the can pay without becoming bankrupt. He Me says
prospectors for coal on the Ed-'
biznesa is crippled; me credit is fiat;
One faction is planning ber of assessments to be worked and postmaster-general that all the ap The Northern Pacific has reduced But if you get hungry, ye know,” be ¿aid slyly, wards place, informs us that there :
fusion with the populists, the other let it be cquul in all parts of the plications now on file, be dumped into its first-class passenger rate to Chi “Ye cauatetbe old rooshter ye wore on yer is no doubt of its existence there in j
is knitting its brow in perplexity as county. It is not just thal one dis the waste basket. There would be cago to $56.60, which is $22 less than
paying quantities, and very easy of j
there* the hull sbtory.and none can deny it.
former rate. The road also announ .So The
to how the party can be saved from trict be required to work two or some fun in this, sure.— Statesman.
truth must be told, though the heavens access. A hole has been sunk by j
ces special rates for the Cumberland
the disgrace and dishonor of such an three assessments while others work
should fa. I
drilling to a depth of about eighty
The De Moss family, well known in Presbyterian general
assembly, We made a mistake in defeatin the party
unholy alliance. Signs and tradi but one. 1 apprehend that a great
feet, at which depth a four foot vein >
That gave us protection, good money and all.
Come and See Us
which meets in Eugene, Or., in May; In four years from qow yez may talk till yer was struck. As this is on the hill- ■
tions poiut toward fusion. The act source of objection and discontent to
ive element of the party—the fellows the old system was the great number
side it will be a very easy matter to [
argity until yer gruy as a rat
who are always scenting office in the ot supervisors and lack of concei t Fair, “Sweet Oregon,’ a song of Presbyterian church, which meets But And
drift into it, and the work has al
Certainly a few competent their own composition, which they also during May, at Albany, and tbe The divil a rooshter- yez’ll see ou my hat
air—are for fusion
ready been commenced. If the vein .
men working under an intelligent say did more to advertise Oregon Travelers’ Protective Association,
when uncovered proves to be lasting'
Among the names mentioned in system can appoint deputies and do than the whole exhibit. Wondering whose annual gathering will occur
NORTH 1 l filili I,.
and of good quality Newberg will,
e . ujiekh : Your presence ami
connection with the office of governor effective work even though it be
this year in Portland in June. The
have another industry to add to its
assistance is earnestly, solicited for the
is that of Capt. J T Apperson of done under the old way of "working j liHiked at the family, who, they sup- rates announced are $65.50 from St.
T. B Handley of Tillamook passed
list before long
nest local teachers’ institute to l>e held
this county, whose interest in that out your tax.” Permanent rock and
Paul to Portland and return,
At tbe falls of Chebalem creek op- iu Dundee, Saturday, Feb. 2-lth The through our city Monday on his way
connection, should he consent to be a gravel roads should be built, where French to the Oregon mossback.
via the Northern Pacific, and $80.50, ! adjoining Dayton on the east, sur posite the brick factory there are program will be the discussion of tbo to Salem, u here he goes to attend a
candidate, ought to be promoted by practicable, but the experience of
The penitentiary received t wo returning via San Francisco, to Mis- ■ veyed and platted into small tracts, still visible marks of an old sawmill following subjects, intersjersed with very important suit in the supreme
every citizen of Clackamas county, those counties that have tried them, women robbers on the 1st of Febru souri river points.
which he will sell to suit purchaser. that was operated at that point by songs, recitations, etc.
not only on account of local pride but find it very expensive, and as the ary. Jennie Morgan and Georgia
Ollie St itt and Maggie Triplett
C. H. Lynan, secretary of the
A crew of Dayton ites are getting
because of his eminent fitness to till county has a good rock crusher it White. They were convicted of rob Ohio grand lodge of Odd Fellows,
to Dilley Saturday to attend
out logs for Charley Spaulding, on
Geometrical progression, Prof. North the teacher s institute held at that
the office in a inanuer creditable to should be kept at work in sections bing a farmer named Grant in a has received a letter from Mrs. Jen- ’
the John Crawford place near Ray’s
himself and the people of the county. inaccessible to travel
But experi Whitechapel lodging house, and Judge nie Heck, of Alban}’, Ind., a well-j landing. In the crew are Ed E. inhabitants now living in the coun tip, McMinnville college.
How 1 teach history, Mrs. Vannie
—Oregon City Enterprise.
ence has taught that where one team Munley sentenced Jennie to one year known member of Rebekah degree,!
Mrs. C. B. Mann started to Ne
Wilson, C. B. Coovert, Wm. John try first came here, there were a few Martin, Newberg schools.
can haul two and a half or three and Georgia to double that term. in which she calls upon the Odd Fel- j
son, M. E. Coovert, W. L. Richards. of the old logs still remaining of the Geography, F. J. Deach. West Cheha braska last week to visit her father
You and I have lived through yards of gravel a day it is much The new recruits are rather fair lows of Ohio to lead in the effort to , Mrs. W. L. Richards is chief cook old mill. All that marks the spot lem school.
who is dangerously ill.
exciting times—from the epoch of cheaper than to crush the rock.
looking and intelligent. There are make the widow of the late J
; now is the line of the water ditch.
\\ arren Merchant who has been
sacrifice and victory to the era of
In conclusion permit me to express now three women in the state prison, Vice-President Schuyler Colfax com
This accounts for the old fir stumps Pound, district No 5(1.
selfishness and soup-houses 1
sick we are pleased to learn is
that are often seen in the midst of These meetings are growing very in
every moment of this wonderful pe the opinion that but slight improve more than were ever in there before. fortable in her declining years. The
Miss Ida Scroggin is very low what are now forests along our can teresting. The jtatrons are lieginning to
riod the American people have shown ment oi a permanent nature can be
The latter part of March G. F writer explains that by reason of the
Austin, J. Bunn, T. Perry,
themselves capable of marvelous made by a system of summer-fallow Russell, school superintendent of failure of an Indianapolis bank, a1 with typhoid fever at Portland. yons. The growth of timber around understand that this a good place to se
things. They put down rebellion! ing iu the summer and hauling heavy
Hutchcroft and T. Laughlin
Her father and sisters are at her these stumps indicates that many,
They freed the slave! They forgave loads in winter with narrow-tired Linn county, ostensibly left Albany judgment has been rendered against bedside.
to the county seat Wednes
many seasons have come and gone
for San Francisco. The discovery Mrs. Colfax for $25,000, which will
their enemies! They payed two-
since the sound of the axman who
thirds of their public debt! They wagons. If the next legislature will was made by the county officials on leave her practically penniless. Mr. i
each successive gathering. The subject
felled these giants of the valley died
doubled the nation's wealth! They repeal a number oi obnoxious laws the 2d that he has been guilty of sys Colfax was a prominent Odd Fellow the death of Miss Ida Scroggin.
Progression bids fair to be especially
are proud of these things and well under which our taxes have become
Look out for the lightning rod away in the distance. Oh, er the
The city levy of Hillsboro is five
they may be.
That is happening burdensome, aud pass a law requir tematic robbery of the school fund and founder of the Rebekah degree, [ bilks. They are reported as heading files of a local newspaper of that interesting at this meeting. The princi
ples by which the sum of a geometrical mi.Is. The propertv Valvation $430 -
and that he took with him consider to which women are eligible, and his ,
today of which they will be equally
for Yamhill. If anyone gets bilked, day to refer to.
series is obtained is to be demonstrated 837.
proud; without a murmur they have ing all wagons of a tou's burden and able county school money.
It has widow is an Ohio woman. For this
put their hands in their pockets and over to have tires not less than three ' been customary for the school super- reason the Ohio members are asked the chances are nine out of ten, it
by arithmetical methods. Don’t fail to be
given money to feed 3,000,000 whom up to five inches in width, the width 1 intendent to draw money for school to take the lead in the movement to will be some old jay who is too penu
Chehaleiu Valley Times.
there if possible. Yours Respectfully,
the tare prospect of democratic rule to be in proportion to the capacity
rious to take his local paper.
J B. SrawEi.t, Supt
Tuesday R. L. Thompson went to
with Grover Cleveland in the lead of the wagon, they would confer a districts from the treasurer and send assist Mrs. Colfax.
A subscription paper is in circu Salem to interview the governor in
1 it to the clerks as an accommodation,
has made helpless and dependent
l*rol>ntr < ourl
A fresh sensation was created in lation to reimburse C. T. Saliug for
lu tbe circuit court of the state of Oregon for
It will not do for any man to despise great favor on the traveling, tax so it was easy for him to escape de
regard to raising the body of Wm.
I aoihlll county.
and contemn such a people
When paying public. Moroauon.
Jones for examination. The county
tection. In some cases he forged the the seizure of the British tug Car
W. P. Fraser, Plaiutid'.
their wrath bursts forth it over
judge refused to have anything to meda and Alfred J. Sweeney, minors. Maggie Fraser,
names of clerks and in others gave diff, by order of Peixoto. The t ug
whelms as surely as their bounty
loss he was held responsible by the do with the case, hence the interview Mrs. Flora B. Fletcher appointed guar
! fictitious names of clerks of school arrived at Rio some time before load
T<i Maggie Fraser, the above named defendant:
cheers or their enterprise upbuilds
law. The paper is being liberally with the governor.
In the nHine of the State of Oregon, you are here
dian and her bond approved.
.1 Pioneer Fmguient»
—Sit a in Inter-Ocean.
districts having no existence. The ed with coal. After discharging
by uotified and required to appear and answer
signed, and if the entire sum of $51
Estate of George C. Bell, deceased. the complaint filed against you iu the above
In auy other country than ours To the E ditor An instance oi pio full amount of his embezzlement is this, and when leaving the wharf,
suit in tbe above numed court, by the
is not subscribed, the amount signed
Bond of administratrix approved, and entitled
first day of the term following the ex pl ration of
there would have been bread riots
not known. Over SI,000 is known the tug was overhauled by one of
in the order for publication of
this summons, to-wit Monday, the 2uth day uf
and the streets of large cities would of the venerable pioneer, T. J. Shudden. to be stolen and perhaps much more. Peixoto’s boats and the Brazilian of
Killin appointed appraisers.
March, A. 1». 1891; and if you fail so to appear or
a comparatively poor man.
As early as 1852 there was situated on
Our busy farmers are making fast Estate of Alice A. Logan, deceased, j answer, for want thereof tbe plalntifi will apply
have flowed with blood. The differ
When last heard of Russell was in ficials went aboard, despite the vig-
the farm upon which he passed his last
the court f<»i the relief prayed for iu tbe com
improvements while the sun shines. Final account filed, and Saturday, March ! to
ence is the people who own the days a school house of the primitive Omaha. lie telegraphed his wife orous protest of the captain.
plaint herein, lo-wit. A decree dissolving the
contract now existing between the
G. W. Gray went to Carlton last 10th, 1894, at 10 a. in. set to hoar same. plaintilt and
The new rule promulgated by the
the defendant, and for such oilier
type One of the early pioneer teachers, asking if she would come to him. Cardiff was taking dynamite to the
relief as may be meet in tbe premiers.
Estate of Joseph H. Hodge, ^deceased. This summons
-Mr. Cook, father of onr fellow townsman She refused and returned to her par insurgent warship Trajano.
is served by publication thereof
The seminar}’ faculty says: “Girls, if
roads in worse condition.
Final account filed and Saturday, March tor six weeks, by order of Hon. Geo. H Burnett,
Russell is aged Brazilian officials compelled the cap you see a boy, run.
T ue gathering of republican clans John Cook, had just closed a school, ents at Shedds.
judge of nod court, made January 81.18H.
Fred Stallcop spent Sunday with 10th, at 10 a. in. set to hear same.
J NO. J SPENCER,
at the metropolis Tuesday was a when tho patrons, consisting of \V. T. about 35 aud had heretofore been tain to return to the wharf, where
It is a deplorable fact that there
Attorney for plalntifi.
Estate of Benjamin Antrim, deceased.
grant; and enthusiastic success.
the dynamite was taken ashore and is in our midst some one or ones
Delmer Dudley was in our vicinity Report of sale of jiersonal projierty ap
Thirty-nine clubs, represented by Dan Ilolman, T. J. Shaddeu, N. K. Sit
put in possession of the government. without conscience or fear of the
a few days ago looking for those proved. Petition to sell real property
300 delegates and embracing every
The matter was reported by the cap Lord or law before their eyes, who
filed, and March 10th at 1 p. m. set to
Zebedee Shelton, Wm. Burnett, “Buck”
sectiou of the state, were on the
has means and opportunity and lack
hear same. Citation ordered issued.
In the circuit court ot tbs Mate oi Oregon tor
Adams, J. R. Young, Russel Welch, G.
There w ill )>e an entertainment in the tain to the British officials, but
Mrs. D. A. Walker’s little son
ground. From the representatives W. Snelling, W. B. Martin, J. O. Hen chapel this, Friday, evening, A iletiate nothing so far has been dona except of principle to furnish liquor to cer-
Estate of Ilenrj’ White, deceased. In Yambill
Thos. T. Notion, PlaintlS,
who went from here we learn that derson, Isaac LeMaster, —Benn, Wm. will lie a feature of tbe exercises, The cabling the captain’s statement and tain individuals whom the laws of
ventory approved and petition to sell
personal projierty allowed.
there was more of the dead in ear Dawson, Wm. Maston and S. F. Staggs, subject is. Resolved, That Oregon is su Peixoto’s reasons for making the the state and society say shall not week with chicken-pox.
The private school at Mr Stall Petition to probate will of Wm. T. Easel Mays and Charles Mavs, minors, Isaac
nest and strictly business spirit pres wishing to secure the services of a perior to Washington.
F £. Beach
seizure to the homo government.
deceased, filed, and will admitted
cops under the management of Pro Jones,
George Armstrong. Defendants.
ent than usually pervades a political “down easier’’ and a man who had
Philergian society baa not l>cen so The action of Great Britaiu over this ly feel the heavy weight of the iron
to probate and Elizabeth Jones appointed and
T<> F.asel Mays and Charles Mays, minors, two
gathering. The delegate who is “lamin,” succeeded in so doing by hir good as usual for the last few meetings. incident is awaited with much inter hand of law as sure as the sun rises fessor Ferrick is progressing nicely. executrix.
ol tbe alajve named defendants'
Iu the name of the State of Oregon, you
quoted as saying
“This is not a ing a broad-shouldered, spare made This ought to be the most prosperous est
and sets. The patience of our bet
to sell grain and hay at private sale for and each of you aie hereby required to appear
answer the complaint liied against you In the
matter of politics with me, but
ter thinking people is becoming worn
cash in hand filed and approved.
above entitled suit on or before the 26th day of
1-71. that being the first day of tbe next
purely a matter of business The
regular term of the above entitled court; follow
of this summons; and
country is going to ruin and my bus , willing-handed, with a mind well bal deeper interest in this work. The re- says: “Nat Blum has returned from they will rise and smite the offenders by local applications as they cannot reach
TBE WOMAN WHO WORKS, if you fail so publication
to answer, for want thereof tbe
anced and stored with useful information
It is under with an exceedingly huge smite ere the diseased portion of the ear. There is
and u tired, will find a plaintiff will apply
iness with it, and I, for one, am go i and known aa J. W. Cowls. So well did i aponsibilities of supporting the society a trip to New York.
to the court tor tbe relief
only one way to cure deafness, and that
special help in Doctor prayed for iu the complaint, which is substan
• lie wholly on the officers aud members.
ing to try to stop it, ' uttered the he fill tho bill that his services were re A good program will lie rendered next stood that Blum will not receive the long if they persist in their unlawful is by constitutional remedies. Deafness
Pierce’s Favorite Pro tially as lollows, town For a decree of court
scription Perfectly appointing a guardian ad litem for said defeud-
Some persons ways.
sentiment that seemed to animate tained in that pioneer school house (or Saturday. We hope that all the students pardon he is after.
is caused by an inflamed condition of the
harmless In any condi 1 ants, East?: Mays and Charles Mays, and lor tbo
have thought that the charges which
of tbe sum of M00 and interest thereon
tion of the female sys ! I recovery
the gathering. A terse and eloquent nearly three years.
mucous lining of the Eustachian tulie.
will make sn effort to attend.
from Nov. 16,1SW, at the rate of ten per cent per
tem It nromotesall the annum
sum ot WO attorney's iees
address was made by Hon. Thos.
This score oi noble-hearted and brave
When this tube is inflamed you have a
College is unusually quiet since the or
natural 1 unctions, and | herein, and for for the tbe costs
and disbursements of
The neighborhood known as Cord- rumbling sound or ini[>erfect hearing,
builds up, strengthens, . this suit, for a decree foreclosing that certain
Tongue of Hillsboro, the retiring pioneers, the path-finders of this day atorical contest. However, the college the west, since he has been here
regulates, aud cures. mortgage described In the complaint and given
president of the state organization of and generation, have all passed to the walls are occasionally made to ring with have determined the officials to do oliver will hereafter be called Che- and when it is entirely closed, deafness
For women approach to secure the payment of said flOO and Interest
attorney’s fees, and ordering the sale of th«
ing confinement, nura- and
clubs, and bright and eloquent short
lands secured by said mortgage, described as be-
ffing mothers, and every | Ing
part ofthe A. B l anlconer U. I- C , In Yarn
speeches were also made by Hons.
Kli weak, iun-dowu, deU- hill county,
Oregon, and commencing on the
_____ cate woman, it is an ln-
tration. Blum says the officials prune trees last week to parties near stored to its normal condition, hearing
! eotintv load leadlug foun M'Minnvllle to Uilla-
C. W. Fulton, T. T. Geer, M. C j James Hembree and J. W. Cowls, the
of Sheridan at the northwest
: school teacher.
will be destroyed forever; nine cases out tonic that’s peculiarly adapted to their comer of land owned
An I <11 tor'« Iteconiiiteittliiiloii.
have known all about him right Ballston.
by leo. Cossack on Nov 16.
George, Til. Ford, Judge Caples, T.
May the memory of the pioneer dead
feet, thence south to low ss-^,-
Mr. C. F. Davis, editor oi the Bloom- along, and that it has not made any
A good graveled road from New of ten are caused bv catarrh, which ¡ b But It’s more than that, too. It s the only ter mark, thence east
80 feet thence nqflli
B. Handley and others. An address ! be ever revered and may the living re-
ol beginning, end that the proceedsTrfsaid
berg through the county to Sheridan, nothing but an inflamed condition of the guaranteed remedy for all the functional place
to the voters of the state was pre ! main yet longer as landmarks of a noble field, Iowa, Farmer, says: “I can rec difference to them.
payment of said sum of
painful disorders, and chronic : money and interest and attorney
ommend Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy
’s fees and co»u
by way of Lafayette and McMinn We will give One Hundred Dollars lor disturbances,
pared and read. The new officers manhood, is tha prayer of a vounget pio to all sufferers with colds and croup. I
weaknesses or womanhood. In "teníalo ' ami accruing costs and barring the defendants of
The senate committee has given ville, would be worth more to the i any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) bearing-down sensations, internal lnfiemrna- lor su< b other and further relief as to thereon
chosen are, B B. Beekmau, presi neer
have used it in my family for the past
people than any other enterprise of j that cannot be cured by Hall’s Catarrh tion, and kindr.-d ailments, If it ever fails : This summons is served by publication thereof
dent ; C. C. Leasure, vice-pres ;
two years and have found it the best I notice to waiting committees that no
to benefit or cure, you have your money once a week tor six weeks in the Y amhill C ounty
members of executive committee, 1st
K ralse ’ s H eadache C apsiles —War ever used for the pur|>oeea for which it is hearings will be granted to wool similar cost that could be undertak ' Cure. Send for circulars, free,
K tpobteb by order of Hon.Geo H Burnett, judge
Something else that pays tbe dealer better, ot said court madeatebamhers at Salem, 'Jreguu,
F. J. C senxy & Co., Toledo, O.
district Frank Davey, 2d diet. F. P ranted. Forsaleby Rogers Bros., sole intended. 50 cent bottles for sale by S. growers or others affected by the
on tab. 7th IBM.
McCAlN A MAGERS,
Cupid has been very busy in this ¿JJ -old by Druggists, 75c.
tariff bill. This is frank.
Howorth 4 Co.
Attorneys for PlalnUU.
Mayes, at large Chas H Carey.
1» Is, for him, but it can’t be. for you.
Ninth Annual Clearance
C ommencing J anuary 12
AND RUNNING 30 DAYS.
All Other Goods Greatly Reduced.
A. J. APPERSON
BURNS & DANIELS