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the cold facts of the case; In Sep
tember, 1891, the 4i per cent bonds
wore due to the amount of 8250,000,-
F. H. BARNHART,
000. The republican party believes
PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. in paying debts, and it prepared to
pay this great sum when it matured.
No other government ever made an
J. G. ECK'*! IN, A»«(lale Editor.
attempt to pay such a sum as 8250,-
000,000 at one time. As the money
accumulated in the treasury it was
Keadir.g notice« in local column« 10 ctnu per found that the money market de
line tor Cr-< wee« and 5 cent* per tine thereafter.
PUplay advertisement» annual rat»" on« inch
per m .nth 11. each addition*; inch 80 cent« per manded its disbursement, and bonds
were bought for several years before
Ooituar} and marriage notice« not axet-edlng
10 line» publbhtd free. If tumUhcdin tlm» to they were due in the open market on
be current new« Additional matter lucent* per
such terms that the government al-
' ways made a profit. It v.at, necc ,. a
I ry in order to accomplish this delicate
FRIDAY, FEB. 10, 1894.
task to purchase 4 per cents as well
as 4j per cents, as in any other case
T he county court of Marion coun the speculators would Lave bid up
ty has ordered an 18000 rock-crusher. the price of the 4» per cents to a
The Yamhill court boughtone a year point higher than tho government
ago, and if it had the thing to do could afford to pay.
Hence, when any democrat gabbles
over again it wouldn’t do it.
of “squandering the surplus,” he
S ome of the papers have mentioned either displays his dense ignorance,
Fulton of Astoria in connection with or is maliciously lying for partisan
the office of governor. The second advantage. And it is further to be
congressional district needs the ser remembered that it was republican
vices of this gentleman in Washing financial legislation that made this
ton. Otherwise it would do to talk rapid debt-paying possible.
now, with democratic tariff-smashing
under way, business is depressed,
T he house of representatives has the national treasury is depleted,
endorsed the president’s Hawaiian and the government is forced to
course, thus committing the demo- adopt debt incurring instead of debt-
rratic party to the stupendous infa paying measures. It is about to
my. The party has withstood a borrow money in time ¡of peace to
great many misfortunes in tho past, meet ordinary running expenses.
and wb suppose it can weather out This is one of the effects of the
the Hawaiian business, the Wilson “change
----- — ” for which
protective tariff, the income tax and people voted in 1891 which they did
all, but the rank and fila Lave very not expect.— Blade
little responsibility for or sympathy
with any of it
Yambill County Reporter.
find the democratic party trying to I
break through. Whenever we.have
left open an opportunity to get pos
session of an office contrary to the
true and strong will of the majority,
there you will find that party press
ing and Acrcising an ingenuity which
even the inventive genius of the Am
erican people is inefficient to baffle.
There are senators seated on this
floor now, coming from states where
in order to get a majority one demo
cratic house has proceeded to turn
out of their seats one after another
lawfully elected members of the leg-
islatui» in order that the great per
centage of a seat in the United States
senate might be acquired. There is
no doubt that a majority of the people
of this country desire that the na
tional government should control
national elections just as completely
as it controls other matters of nation
al sovereignty ; just as it controls its
own special territory, its mints, its
custom houses, the postoffices, the
arm}’ and navy, and the diplomatic
service. To leave anything that is
essential to the national government
to state control, is to follow the old
confederacy and to fail to realize the
more perfect union contemplated by
the national constitution. ”
OREGON XEW, AftD NOTES.
Niles <fc Gosper, a grocery firm of
Dallas, assigned last week.
Wild flowers are in bloom at Hood
River according to the Glacier.
Dalias has organized a republican
club and starts out with 130 mem
The newspaper at Forest Grove is I
populist in jx>litics and its salutatory
is simply “Hello. ”
Tillamook's tax levy is 20 mills,
Jtra. Judge Feck
four mills less than last year. Ben
ton’s is sixteen mills, Washington’s
15 and Polk’s 13.
A woman who stole a land lady's Mrs. Judge Peck Tells How
watch at The Dalles will go to the
She Was Cured
penitentiary, making the fourth Sufferer» from Dyspepsia »houid read the fol
lowing letter from Mrs. H. iM. Peck, wile of
woman in that institution.
Judge Peck, a justice at Tracy, Cal., and a writer
The employes of the Oregon Paci connected with the Associated Press
By a deep sense of gratitude for the great
fic railroad were paid a month’s
I have received from the use of Hood's
wages on Saturday, being the bal benefit
Sarsaparilla, I have been led to write the follow
ing statement for the benefit ot sufferers who
ance due under the Clark receiver may be similarly afflicted. For 15 years I have
been a great sufferer from dyspepsia and
There is now so much travel to the Almost everything I ate would distress me. I
midwinter fair that those going from tried different treatments and medicines, but
to realize relief. Two years ago a friend
Oregon have to engage sleeping car failed
5rivalled upon me to try Hood’s Sarsaparilla.
he first bottle I noticed helped me, so I con
accommodations a day or two in ad tinued
All Goods heretofore advertised at Sixty Cents on former
taking It. It did me so much good Uiat
my friends spoke ot the Improvement I have
received such great benefit bom It that
prices holds good during this Sale.
An Ashland paper kicks because
Gladly Recommend It.
the son of Congressman Hermann is I now Lave an excellent appetite aud nothing I
to marry a Boston girl. Because he eat ever distresses me It also keeps up my
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
is the son of a man who made his
money in Oregon
aud strength 1 cannot praise Hood's
A bill for the annexation of Brook James Reedy, a parricide convict hash
Sarsaparilla too much.” Mas. H. M Pica,
California. Get HOOD'S.
lyn and other neighboring cities to ed in Baker City, has been pardoned
’s Pilis are band made, aud perieot
New York has passed the New York after serving but 13 months of a six
In proportion and appearance 16c a box.
Is our Aim to clean up our entire Stock of Fall and
year’s sentence. The people of Ba
Congressman Wilsan of West Vir ker feel outraged to see Reedy back and the decision willl be watched
Winter Goods before our Spring’ Goods arrive.
with interest, as it will settle the
ginia, while on his way to Mexico, in the town again.
wa3 taken seriously ill at Kansas
Postmaster Lincoln of La Grande question of the right of a county to
City on the 10th.
has resigned his office on demand of collect road tax upon property with
The cause in a city.
Fourteen Mormon missionaries the postmaster-general,
left San Francisco on the 11th for
H on B inger H ermann has reached
W ashington , D. C., Feb. 12th, 1894.
the purpose of preaching their doc
the conclusion that he will not be a
Another week has passed into his trines among the islands of the Pa Leroy, a friend of Mrs. Cleveland,
candidate for governor; but will be tory adorned with un-American and cific and Arctic oceans.
has been appointed.
The Dundee real estate company
in the racu for congress again. It is vicious legislation. The democracy
Sheriff Wells offers a reward of began Monday to prepare a hundred
A 85 rate from the Missouri river
a sensible conclusion, and shows that is having its own way undisputed
for the arrest and conviction of acres of ground for planting to fruit.
he has taken wise counsel. His ex American principles which have to the Pacific coast is predicted as a whoever robbed the Dallas postof Lorenzo Root completed his school
perience in congress and his acquired heretofore been the pride and glory probability, as a result of the dicta fice on the night of January 29th. at Willamina last week and returned
influence iu Washington circles ren of this country have been overthrown tion of the Union Pacific relative to The safe crackers obtained 8416 in home on the Monday morning train.
der his services of great value to the and replaced by un-American and commissions on emigrant business. money and about 8800 in stamps.
Died, in Newberg, Oregon, Febru
people of Oregon, but if it camo to a disgraceful statutory laws. The ac The Atchison, which has hitherto
There is promise of improvement ary 1st, 1894, Rev. Hiram P Satch-
Kral Estate Transferí..
squabble for the office of governor, tion of Grover Cleveland in attempt
he would find half a dozen fellows at ing to restore a debauched and dis quietly getting ready to fight, and in the horse market in this state. A well, aged 63 years. Funeral ser
buyer was in Forest Grove Saturday vices were held in the M. E. church
For two weeks ending February 14th.
home with odds against him.
graced queen to the throne of the once it begins there will bo music.
to purchase two earloads of good Friday afternoon, Feb. 2d, Rev. G. B P Cardwell and wf to F E Berry
Hawaiian Islands has been sustained
The first snow that lias fallen at geldings from five to eight years old, Whitaker, pastor of St. Paul’s lots 3 aud 4 blk 5 Lippincott’s
I t is noticed that millionaires who by the democratic party in the house Phoenix, Arizona, for ten .years fell
1st add to Dayton.............
from 1150 to 1250 pounds weight.
church, Portland, officiating.
oppose an income tax to meet the of representatives. The laws that on the 10th.
On the mountain di
Eugenia R and J W Foster to J R
needs of the nation are always ready
vision of the Central Pacific railroad
McMillan lots 3 and 4 blk J Fos
to tax their employes—by reduction
of salaries—to meet their own.— male citizen iu the United States over snow drifted to the depth of 12 feet. siuce his appointment as collector of the Wilson bill is likely to become a ter’s add to Sheridan................
twenty-one years of age to cast his On the llth the storm was general internal revenue he has received law. Newberg is to have a new man J A Cochran to A M Brown 329.80
The Times is a defender of the in ballot on election day, and to have throughout the middle west. Snow 2600 letters, nearly all of them being ufacturing establishment. Our well- a pt A E Garrison d 1 c t 5 r 5
come tax, and it gives the whole ar that ballot fairly and honestly count varies in depth from one to two feet, applications for places in his office. known townsmen, C. F. Moore and M J Westfall to N G Kirk 7513 a
The entire working force of his of George W. Mitchell,have bought two pt David Lay field d 1 c t 3 r 2 . 850 ;
gument away trying to say some ed, have been repealed, and those and trains were generally delayed.
fice consists of only thirty.
blocks and a half on Meridian street, Joseph and Margaret M Williams
thing spiteful. The income tax will citizens whose interests are vitally
on the railroad, where they to Daisy Byrne sw *4 of ne sec
The Corvallis Gazette celebrates its
come out of the laboring class as cer affected by the free trade idea of the
to go into the manu 8 t 2 r 4.........................................
tainly as the law of gravitation car democratic party have Iteen refused
S P Kimball and wf to M P John
ries water down hill.
But for ail of hearings before the senate finance
Come and See Us
try of Benton county. It is a fitting
that, the employing capitalist objects committee, which committee is to
J C and M P Cooper to Arthur 8
mark of enterprise on the part of
to it because its methods are inquis take up the notorious Wilson bill and
Abby- Chandler and Rov Graves Cooper lots 13 and 14 blk 9
Missouri, Colcord of Nevada and that paper aud an example of its
itorial and unfair and because it un steer it through the senate of the
each planting 3,000 prune trees Whiteson......................... « ....
dertakes to force an unequal distri United States with as few changes Markham of California were present. long and honorable -course in jour on the Yamhill bottom.
E R and JW Foster to R L Church
Transportation, silver mining and nalism.
man 59.60 a pt A B Faulconer <1
bution of the burden of taxation
Sheridan vicinity is making great 1 c t 5 r 6..................................... 4100 Jas M Scott to Emily C Lumm 1.61
irrigation were the subjects discuss
All this has occurred in the short
strides in the matter of fruit culture. | J 8 and Jennie Cooper to Nora J
a of lot 22 Oaks Fruit Farm
A K anbas judge has stirred up the space of one week, and all has been
pay to the Oregon soldier's home
treasury officials at Washington by accomplished through the insidious
The Kearsarge, the flagship of the 8100 per year for each inmate that
Deafness Cannot lie Cured
issuing naturalization papers to a efforts of the democratic party. It is North Atlantic squadron,
was remains in the home one year. The man made a deal this week by which I | Geo
bv local applications as< they cannot reach .
Chinaman. The case has been called only another link in the long chain wrecked on Roncardor reef, Febru average cost of maintaining the in Mr. Foster comes into possession of i
98.81 a pt secs 8 and 9 14 r 4.. . 4500 the diseased portion of the ear. There ¡9 ■
to the attention of Attorney-General of evidence which goes to demon ary 2d. The reef is about 200 miles mates of the homes now established
E H Woodward and wf to B C
only one way to cure deafness, and that !
Olney, who will make an investiga strate the total incapacity of the from the Mosquito coast of Central is only about 8140 per capita per the old drug store building aud
is by conHtitutiona) remedies. Deafness '
Miles 10 a pt John Hess d 1 c t 3
caused by an lnllamed condition oi the [
tion of the matter. Under the law democratic party.
it was almost America Tho City of Para went to year.
r 2 and 3............
650 I I is
mucous lining of the Eustachian tube.!
while Mr. Churchman gets the for Jesse Edwards and
Chinamen are prohibited from impossible under the conditions that the relief of the officers and crew,
When this tube ia inflamed you have a
E. D. Smith of Forest Grove and
being naturalized either by state or surround the democratic party for who were landed on the reef. This Chas. Vanderahe of Oregon City mer’s farm in the edge of town
Miles lots 13 14 and 15 blk 23 Ed
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing,1
and when it is entirely closed, deafness i
Bud Wallace has secured the con wards add to Newberg.
federal courts The case in Kansas the majority in congress to have pur is the first naval disaster to the have both manufactured violius out
is the resuit, and unless the infiamma- i
tract between Grand Ronde and Til E II Woodward and wf to N C Ma
is not the first instance of naturali sued any other course than one which United States since 1891.
tioy can be taken out and this tube re
of Oregon mountain cedar and maple.
lamook city for 81200 per year. The ris lots 17 and 18 subdivision of
stored to its normal condition, hearing
zation papers being issued to a Chi suggests Imbecility, indecision, lack
Samson, the strong man of De These Oregon woods are admirably
............. 1500 will be destroyed forever; nine cases out
naman It is the first probably that of leadership, want of coherent pur troit, Mich., announces he has decid adapted to the manufacture of these eastern contractors rob the sub-con Rural Home No. 2.
of ten are caused by catarrh, which is
Allen Snider and wf to B A Snider
has come to the knowledge of the pose aud incapacity to fathom public ed to challenge Corbett for a fight. instruments, and are said to impart tractors on this coast most shame
but an inflamed condition of the
55.40 a sec 36 t 2 r 3................
fully. The mail carriers in the Coast
government. As an instance of sim sentiment The reason for this is Satnsou strikes a 3000-pound blow. great power of tone.
The Chehalem Valley Board of
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
’ range, in winter time, ought to be
ilar notice occurred here in Oregou obvious. The majority of the party He says he is willing Corbett should
any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
Sausages of All Kinds a Specialty.
Hon. J. T. Apperson has been paid high wages for swimming swol Immigration to A P Oliver 50 rds
not many months ago, it becomes in is composed of incongruous, répét strike him, but he would surely
1 that cannot be cured by Hall’s Catarrh Highest cash price for dressed Meets, Hides
pt Jas Morris d 1 c t 3 r 2
chosen president by the mock senate len streams at the risk of their lives,
and Poultry. Market South aide ot Third Street,
teresting to watch the progress of ant aud repugnant elements, all con break Corbett’s arm or otherwise
Jesse Edwards and wf to Chas K
between D and E.
_ F. J. C heney & Co., Toledo, O.
of Oregon City. He will deliver his and going regularly in all kinds of Spaulding lots 1112 13 14 and 15
the case under investigation
£^CSold by Druggists, 75c.
centrated at the time of the election disable him in time.
He states he inaugural address in regular form.
weather. Instead, however, they blk 34 Edwards add to Newberg 200
of Cleveland in 1892
will go into training to perfect him After the ceremonies incident to the
Roht E and Rosa L Stratton to
are very poorly paid.
The Jeffersonian democratic club held
T he Wilson bill is not a democrat
By a strict party vote in the bouse self also in the science of sparring.
inauguration there will be an inter
a meeting with closed doors Monday eve- I
Chas A Keene}- lot 14 Wynooski
From top to bottom it of representatives, a resolution intro
j uing The object is said to have been to
subdivision. ........... ................
An exhibit of timber from Puget esting meeting of the senate to con
WHY IS IT THAT
outrages democratic convictions and duced by Representative McCreary
Born, in West Chehalem. Feb. 4th.! Chas F and Mary E Moore to Emi
1 settle the dispute as to whether the new '
betrays the democratic pledge. To of Kentucky, to sanction the action sound has arrived at the midwinter
” I ly Gardiner e hf se qr of ne qr
postmaster ib a democrat. As there was j
to the wife of August Pape, a son.
' considerable difference of opinion, it was
support it is to forfeit the title to of Cleveland in his Hawaiian policy, fair. There are two sticks, the larg lowing women to vote.
950 at last harmonized, our informant states,
the name of democrat. To spurn it was passed Never until the present
by the victim consenting to have the
Emma and Frank M Lane to Chas
more inquiries for land th«n any agent r
is to deserve that glorious title. The administration assumed control of 117 feet long and 24x24 inches at San Francisco to explore and im preparation the standard drama K Spaulding lots 7 8 9 and 10 blk
snake taken out of the box and allowed Gets Because
be knows just how to get at It '
-----He has the-----
inequality of its discriminating and affairs of the government has the square, and the other is 20x20 inches prove the great Oregon cave in Jose “Above the Clouds.' which thev will I 54 Edwards add to Newberg
450 appointment of an acceptable deputy no
Both of phine county. The capital stock is present to the amusement loving' S A Deskins to C F Moore bike 1,2
class taxation is communistic, not American Union been compelled to thick and 10» feet loDg.
I further business was done.
BEST & CHEAPEST LAND
3 and 4 Deskins add to Newberg 1200
democratic. It is a scheme of legis blush on account of its foreign policy. these big timbers are from Harri 8500,000, of which 87000 has been public in the near future.
A Knntas !Unn'a Fiperitnre.
Mr. Wm. Moor, one of Lafayette's
lation against which the whole his Never before in the history of the
No. 1. 20 acres, all level river l»ottom
Mr. Albert Favorite, of Arkansas City,
tory of the democratic party is ar United States has the president of a similar exhibits to the world’s fair. to buy and improve the great Ore native sons, who has been away for K Spaulding lots 7, 8, 9 and 10
land ; 10 acres in cultivation, 10 in ash
rayed; against which every vital free people endeavored to overthrow
timber, well fenced and watered, two
efit of his experience with colds. He miles from town, price <35 per acre. This
Sarah A Deskins to Chas F Moore
principle of the democratic party a republican government and set up contains 5616 feet board measure, and do a lumbering and mining bus with his wife to make this his future
says: “I contracted a cold early last is fine hop, onion or garden land.
blks 1, 2,3and4Detkins’ 3d add
home. Good chix will como home to
makes war. It flouts the American in its placo a notoriously debauched and woighs 10 tons.
spring that settled on my lunge, and had
No..2. 17 acres all level creek bottom,
Dr. G. O. Rogers of Hillsboro is roost.
constitution and subverts the polit and disgraced monarch. This is what
The supreme court has decided
hardly recovered from it when I caught
J A and F M Frisbey to Amanda
miles from town, 1 mile from school
Mr. J. W. Martin had the misfor Barnes 13.85 a pt Nehemiah Mar-
ical principles of the republic. It is President Cleveland has done, and that Governor Lewelling of Kansas about to patent a theory of his own
another that hung on all summer and | and church, all in summer fallow w heat;
rotten in its foundation and its whole this is what the house of representa had no authority to remove Mrs. on the ocean tides. It is a game of tune to painfully wound himself yes tin d 1 c t 4 r 4
350 left me with a hacking cough which I 1 buyer gets one-third of crop. Price $30
/ per acre.
thought I never would get rid of; I had
structure There is not a democrat tives, which is controlled by an enor Lease from the state board of chari
L M and Anna Gratues to John
No. 3. 19 acres bottom land, 15 acres
used Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy some
and Geo Nash 120 a pt John R
ic stone in the monstrous edifice. mous democratic majority, has just ties.
Mrs. Lease says she intended tion being full a thousand miles in and was endeavoring to sever a foot
cultivation, 4 acres ash timber, 3 «riles
fourteen years ago with much success, from
Happily the senate stands between sanctioned.’
to resign, as the salary is no object, side the surface of the earth. Then at the joint, and in striking it the Wallingdlct5r 4..................
town, 1% miles to school and
church. Price $30 per acre.
cleaver turned in some unaccounta
the democratic party and the ruin
The action of the party in control but she learns the governor has a the earth whirling, compels the mo
1 had got through with one bottle my
in Oak Park add to McMinnville
No. 4. 160 acres pasture land, lots of
which would follow the enrollment of at the senate end of the capitol has plan to charge her with bribery in bile waters at its surface to obey the ble way and nearly severed his wrist.
cough had left me, and I have not suf fruit on the place, all fenced, well wa
C E Belding to Thos M Cares lots
tnat iniquitous measure on the stat been equally notorious. By a strict letting contracts for supplies to state
fered with a cough or cold since. I have tered, 3}<i miles to town. Price $6 per
5, 6, 7 and 8 blk 1 and lots 1, 2
ute book of the republic.—.V, Y. Sun. party vote, the last remnant of fed institutions.
These, she says, are from the surface, thus our tides are Jim carries his hand in a sling.
3 and 4 blk 4 Foster’s add to
recommended it to others, and all 'speak | acre on good terms.
produced in duplicate, one looking .TInacle anti Vigor—A Difference.
No. 5. 440 acres, 30 acres in grain and
350 well of it.” 50 cent bottles for sale by
eral protection to elections has been false, and she promises to remain in
2 houses, 3,000 rails just made,
WHIT BECAME OF THE
to the moon and the other away from
Many muscular men succumb to fa ' J I) Bell and wf to Alvira Smith
wiped from the statute books. The
ready to lay up; this place is well wa-
j tered, oats grew here last year 7 feet
bill to withdraw all right of super
A novel revenue bill has been in
Resolution of Thank«.
The business prospect of the Al
N C Christenson and wf to Hans
¡high, lots of strawberries and blackber
The democrats are endeavoring to vision by federal officers, which some troduced into the Ohio senate It bany woolen mills continues good, their inferiors in physical strength. Christenson lots 1 and 6 and n
Whereas, this is our first opportunity ries, any amount of fish and game, all
Muscle does not imply vigor. In fact,
to thank the judges for their thorough deeded land. Price $f> per acre, cash
obscure their own lack of ability to .time since passed the house, under provides that unclaimed freight says the Democrat. The company it is not difficult of proof that athletes hf lots 2 and 5 blk 31 Harley &
work in judging the orations of our con down $800, balance on 5 or 6 years time;
properly conduct national finances the leadership of that confederate charges in the hands of railway com have recently leceived orders from do not live as long nor enjoy as good
Large’s add to Newberg and 3 a
test, therefore, be it
will aell part of this trai t if wanted; a
by revamping the- old lie that the from Virginia, Representative Tuck panies shall be turned into the state the east that will take two months health as the aveiage individual who is pt John Hess d 1 c t 3 r 2
Resolved, That we extend Magers, man has range enough for 1,000 head of
Ram»ev and Coshow our grateful thanks cattle, tine grass; or I will rent the place
republicans “squandered the sur- er, has passed the senate. The fede treasury. The author states that in to fill, aud orders are coming by vigorous—that is to sav, whose digestion L B Steigleder to N C Christenson
lor their lal*ors in acting as judges, and • tor a term of years with everything fur-
plus” during the Harrison adminis- ral election laws were abolished in the cases of large firms many freight nearly every mail, a fact that is cer and sleep are unimpaired, whose nerves lots 4, 5 and 6 blk 32 Hurley &
the interest they have manifested in our ; nished ; the renter can work out all of
Large’s add to Newberg ......... 1500 work.
are tranquil, and who has no organic
tration. The all sufficient answer to the interests and for the furtherance bills are paid in a lump, which fre tainly encouraging.
S tudents . i the rent; none but good workers need
The company tendency to disease. These requisites of Hans Christenson and wf to L B
this is that the surplus was used in of democratic frauds in New York quently is slightly in excess of the
have received in the last week- 60,- vigor are conferred upon those inherent Steigleder 20 a pt s hf Joseph
| No. 6. A good new house, well fln-
the purchase and retirement of bonds, state, the state 01: Delaware and a actual legal charges. The firms do
NO QUARTER j ished in every respect, 7 rooms, living
000 pounds of wool, and hence are ly weak, no less than upon those debili Hess d 1 c t 3 r 3............
which action resulted in a large sav few other points which are still not claim the small balances due.
will do you as much ' water running into the house, out build
prepared for a good season’s work.
tated through wasting disease, by a thor Christina and Chas J Larsen to Pa
good aa the one that ings all new and in good shape, 6X acres
ing in interest charges to the people, ground of contention between the One railway in Ohio is said to derive
buy« Doctor Plerce’8 i of land, fine for fruit; this property is in
The case of the city of Salem vs.
besides the advantage of putting two great political parties
Even a profit of nearly 875,000 a year from
Pleasant Pellets. This the city of Sheridan. Price $1,200.
Stomach Bitters, the leading national Reuben Everest and wf to Kilpat
is what you get with
millions of money into circulation during the period that these laws this source, and the aggregate for
tonic, indorsed and recommended by
rick Post Cemetery Association
them : An absolute i Parties having farm land for sale, list
that bad been locked up in the treas were on the statute books honest all the railways in the state is sever mitted last week before the supreme physicians of eminence. It will not en 1 a pt Everest d 1 c t 3 r 2 ....
and permanent sure I the same with me, and I will sell them.
court. The city was the appellant. dow you with the muscle of a Corbett, W I, Warren sheriff to Timothy
ury. The times were good then , and elections could not be obtained in the al times that sum.
for Constipation, In Land bought and sold for non-residents.
digestion, Bilious . All letters promptly answered.
money was in active demand—quite southern cities, where suppression of
but it will infuse energy into your sys
Goodrich lots 22, 23, 24, 87, 88
Attacks, Sick and
ed a claim to the county court of Ma tem, and renew the active and healthful 89, 94, and 94 in Dayton. .
C. O. BURGESS,
a contrast to the situation at pres republican votes is not denied even
A New Cure lor Rheuinatlain.
Real Estate Agent,
ent, when over a hundred millions of by members of the democratic party.
and all derangements
Joseph V. Dory, of Warsaw, III., was
of the liver, stomach,
idle money, waiting investment, is While this bill w as under considera troubled with rheumatism aud tried a poll taxes collected by the county and cures malarial, rheumatic and kid Ijishmutt pt of A B Faulconer d
lying in the banks oi New York tion in the senate, Senator Hoar, who iniiulier of different remedies, but savs from citizens and property in the ney complaints, and overcomes dyspep 1 c 15 r 6....................................... 400 Just temporary relief, and then a worse
condition afterward—but help that lasts. |
was One of the earnest defenders of none of them seemed to do him any good; city. The claim was disallowed, and sia, constipation, liver trouble and ner Clinton C Smith to J Rand Alvira
Smith lot 4 blk 9 Deskins’ add to
Pleasant help, too. These sugar-
Here are the official figures of the honest elections, stated in the course but finally he got hold of one that speed appellant petitioned the circuit court vousness.
coated little pellets are the smallest, the I
for a writ of review to review the ac
bond purchases of the Harrison ad of his remarks : * This law has been
to take, aud the easiest in the
J S and Jennie Cooper to Enoch
with it, and felt sure that others similar
way they act. No griping, no violence,
approved, not only by the republican ly afflicted would like to know what the tion of the county court, which was
Garrison lots 6 and 7 blk 10 White-
»209 0V3.1ÖMW party, but by a large majority of the
issued, and on hearing in the circuit Leghorn, S. 8. Hamburg, Blue Andelti- son ................................................
remedy was that cured him. He states
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Whenever there for the benefit of the public that it ia court was dismissed at appellant’s sian, P. Rock and White-Faced Black A T and F N Gilbert and wives to
Coat al maturity
WILL LOGAN, Prop.
They come in sealed vials, w hlch keeps
them always fresh and reliable; a con
An appeal was taken from Spanish. Fowls $1.00; eggs $1.00 per John Moore 262 a pt d 1 cs of T
is a crtvice in the protection of the called Chamberlain’s Pain Balm For cost,
a Clean Shave or Fashionable Hair
venient and perfect vest-pocket remedy.
The following statements embrace freedom of the ballot, there you will »ale by S. Howorth & Co.
this. The case has now been argued 13. McMinnville, Or.
L Gwinn and Geo W Phillips. . 3000 They’re the cheapest pills you can buy.
C ommencing J anuary 12
AND RUNNING 30 DAYS.
All Other Goods Greatly Reduced.
Circulars and Gossamers Reduced from $2
and $3 to 50 Cents.
A. J. APPERSON
Furniture in ■
BURNS & DANIELS
238 Bond & Phillips,
Fresh & Cured Meats.
Cnt Give Him a Call.