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Yamhiil County Reporter.
UHEOO.I Nt«-. AND NOTES.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
YEARS OF GROWTH.
The tug James D. Nichol with 63
The tent caterpillar has attacked
left New Y’ork City on
By President T. G. Brownson.
a fishing excursion Sunday, and be
PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR.
The writer has just completed
the state papers are gradually and ing overloaded, sank on a rough sea.
I seven years of service in his present
J. G. ECK'H *X, »•.•<!««• Editor.
quietly being withdrawn.
position. A review of these years
Saturday was the hottest, day of will show tha* the college has had a
The Forest Grove Ca-fus has run
the season at Philadelphia. There steady but not rapid growth. Some
Heading nolle« In local columns 10 cents per its course, and the subscription list
line for fir.t •* ee. and S cents per ano tbereafter. has been turned over to the Time:.
were six fatal cases of sunstroke. phases of that growth are here
> ■ rdsements. annua’ rater one Inch ,
; two of whom fell dead upon the ! briefly noticed. One of the most en
per uviatb s-. eaca addi't-xial inch SO ce-in per
Obituary and marnag : wtas not exceeding by the marshal of Oregon City for street. The thermometer stood at couraging features is the larger con
Ji lines publlahed fret if tarnished in time to
r.: current news. Additional matter 10 cent* per attempting to pass spurious gold 96 degrees.
fidence and interest taken in the col
A son was born to the Duchess of lege. This applies both to the peo-
coin. $490 of the coin was found on
To make our Show Window Displays conform as near
York, heir presumptive to the throne ' pie who live in its immediate vicinity
as possible to the Seasons. This week it’s muslin and
FRIDAY, J INK 29, 1894.
and other light weight underwear on the one side, straw
A brother of Governor Lewelling i of the United Kingdom of Great ' and to the state as a whole. The
Britain, on Saturday. The little growth in this respect can nut be
and other Summer Goods on the other.
H.'N R oiweil G. H okb has been]
conducting a campaign of education . landslide of vote-:. He way the pop
ulist candidate for state senator in and the royal family made a great but it has been very large. In the Afflicted me—in lact 1 think no one ever suf
in the state of Washington.
fuss over the event.
matter of attendance, there has been fered more from impure blood. Every i r ..pl? or
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scratch would spread, sometimes ranking * •-••s
but little change in the seven years, as large as a dollar. F jnrboun •< of: 1»
T he political campaign in Kansas I The corner stone of Marsh me
sapanlla have thoroughly purified my l.lo.il ¡rt
skm is smooth as an infant's. 1 l
this vear is going to be livelier than morial hall was laid last week at ceiver by the United States court so far as members are concerned, my
better. L. O. I inkham , Newhall, californi i
it has b«s-n since slavery was theI Forest Grove, with impressive cere Monday for the O. R. & N. company, but during these years the primary Hood's5?»5”
monies, in the presence of several suit having been brought bv the department in which was enrolled
Farmers’ Trust Company to recover one-third of the students, has been
Hood’s Pills a,-e prompt ; ud ti i ient
principal and interest on discontinued. There has also been
D iogener and his lantern will soon
Douglas county is petitioning the
lie needed to find a man who will ad governor for the pardon of County
Clothing—60c buys $1 worth.
mit that he belongs to the party in Treasurer Arrington, serving ten between Portland and Umatilla is students as a body. Seven years siderable influence in the
ago, sixty-seven per cent of the scuding students to the college
not as great as at first supposed.
In Ladies’ Taffeta Gloves—60c Gloves reduced to 45c.
years for embezzlement. Money to
J. M. Townsend, president of the students were pursuing almost ex There are young people who will
marbles the defaulter gets out.
50c Gloves reduced to 30c.
anti-lynching league, has written a clusively common school branches; read these lines who ought to have
T he income tax provision of the
Sheriff Ford of Washington county
Wilson tariff bill i-- a democratic has returned with his prisoner, letter to Miss Frances Willard ask this last year, less than fifteen per been students in the college during
Men’s Gloves—1 due of $1.25 and $1 50 reduced to 75c.
scheme to catch populist votes in Myron Beard, from California ing her to retract or defend the cent have given their time chiefly to part of these years. Along many
In Ladies- Fine Shoes—$5 and $5.50 line reduced to $3.
statements she is alleged to have common school studies, and most of lines there might have been greater
Board was wanted for assaulting his
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made regarding the negro, while in these have had one or more studies growth had the many taken in the
$4 and $4.50 line reduced to $2.25.
wife and for cruelty to his little
England. Miss Willard was quoted in higher branches. The establish college tlie deep aud continued in
T he senators and congressmen child
As other lines become broken in sizes they will be placed on bar
as having spoken disparagingly of
terest that has been shown by a few.
who are paid bv the government,
The returns from the election are the negro and stating that she learning in the immediate vicinity Nevertheless the grow th of the past
and are sure of their salaries, are,
unfortunately, the last ones affected all in, and toot up a total ol 87,000 thought that lynching is sometimes has affected considerably local pat is prophetic of larger growth. Most
votes. It is estimated that fully justifiable. She is invited to appear ronage. Pacific College, only seven colleges grow slowly for many years;
by the laws they make.
3,000 voters were. kept, at home by before the league and defend her po teen miles away, opened its doors then when once well established new
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nine years ago. It has had a suc friends multiply and their growth
T he indications are that unless the floods, so that Oregon’s total sition.
history. Lafayette Seminary, goes on with increasing power.
something is done soon the people
The employes of the Pullman
miles distant, was opened
will be divided into two classes—
Palace Car company struck on Tues
It has had encouraging Head Una Letter iroui n Chicago
those paid by the government and
day at Chicago, St. Louis and Lud
oi these schools have
the “o-called but misnamed common-
low, Ky. The company lias issued a
Adams St., Apr. 20/91
following postotfice nominations to statement regarding the strike and doubtless had each year some stu
Des Moines, la.
the senate. Benjamin F. Bonham, proposed boycott. After reviewing dents who would have been in Mc
Dear Sir:—A sample of Krause’s Head
‘‘The author of the poem on Salem; Thos. J. Craig, Eugene; Jas. the situation and stating that the
ache Capsules was left in my husband’s
another page,” says an Oregon B. Crossman, The Dalles; Stephen R. strikers have already deprived them istence. The growth of the library office a few days since, and as I am sub
has been exceptionally encouraging. ject to headaches—neuralgic, nervous,
editor, “is a personal friend of the Greeu, Oregon City.
selves of more than $200,000 in
Seven years ago it consisted of 275 and in fact every other kind—he thought
editor, wo print it as a proof that
Beware of the state militia. Even wages, the document concludes with
nothing can break the sacred, silken I their clothing is dangerous to life. the statement that the boycott is volumes that had been donated by fully brought the sample box home. The
Is called to the fact that our Eastern houses are advising us thro’
friends and 240 volumes of congres very next day I had a chance to try
tie of friendship.”
A report from Germany states that a threatened because the company
circulars that the newspapers in the East are giving out
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girl died in a Berlin hospital from will not agree to submit to arbitra
France chose Casimir-Perier suc blood poisoning caused by the light tion the question as to whether it
statements in regard to smallpox having been found in outside
cessor to the assassinated president blue tunic of her soldier sweetheart shall operate its shops at Pullman volumes were books of but little ' again, took another capsule with the
places in the city where Clothing, Cloaks, and other goods manu
real value to the average student same delightful result, in less than half
on Wednesday. He promised to give
in the so-called sweat shops, and a fear exists in the minds
touching a scratch on her arm. Do
There is no indication that a single ' an hour my head felt as well as ever,
all his energy and patriotism to the
not ‘ spark” a militiaman in uniform. cause a daily loss to them.
1 with no had feeling as the alter result.
of some that the infection might be carried in goods manufac
book had ever been purchased. The
service of his country. The trial of
President Carnot of France was catalogued books of the library now I I have ha<l these terrible headaches for
tured in such places. While this may be exaggerated, it would be
the assassin Santo is set for July
i twenty years, and have tried every rem
well for our people to avoid peddlers and deal with people they
edy 1 ever heard of, but nothing I have
aminer says it was in a fine state of riding in his carriage at Lyons. The there are several hundred pamphlets, ever taken has cured or relieved me as
know buy from first-class houses. It is always riskv to buy cheap
T he cranks are just now having preservation and the local professor president was visiting Lyons in con some of them of considerable value. quickly as Krause’s Headache Capsules.
coining through auction houses.
their inning. Let them play it out. who examined it said we had nothing nection with the international exhi About 1000 volumes of these books
M rs . N. A. S kinner .
The people are becoming so disgust like it in this world, but that it bore bition. While waving his hat salut have been added by purchase, the For sale b.v Rogers Bros., sole agents,
ed that cranks will be scarce in the a striking resemblance to what min ing the crowd in response to the selection being made with great care. McMinnville.
ovation being given him the assassin The library is especially rich in books
future. Modest common sense seems eralogists term basalt.
stepped upon the iandau and pierced of reference, history and biography.
FROM THE cni'NTl' PRESS.
to be on a vacation, but it will come
On March 16th J. L. Weaver and
the president with a dagger through Seven years ago the college could
J L. Downing started for Cottage
the upper liver. He lingered three not honestly attempt to teach the
Grove. Lane county, for the Bohemia
has resigned from
D emorest for July contains a mines on snow shoes. They lost
natural sciences. There had never
number of opinions as to what at their way iu the mountain storms is a beardless Italian youth named been a professor in this department. the Amity pulpit.
Uncle Thomas Jeffries suffered
tributes unite to make the best hus and perished Recently their bodies Santo, who refused to give any For years the college had been able
successive convulsions yesterday
bands. If the magazine is true to were found in a canyon three miles
to do superior work in mathematics,
between 3 and 6 o'clock,
itself and the world it will now tell distant from the Annie mine, on
and in the ancient and modern
rush of blood to the
us who are the best wives.
These Frank Bass creek
languages, and fairly good work in
The national republican league such branches as rhetoric and his head. He has had similar attacks
topics are treated altogether too one C. E. Worden, the special agent
sided The women are not all an who is in Klamath county to allot convention is in session at Denver, tory. Four years ago Professor W. before but this is the first for several
stone the Armstrong farm t 5 r 5
and the enthusiasm foreshadows the F. Fargo was elected to the ehair of months.
the Klamath Indian reservation to
and II \V Grable to E
great victory in store lor the party natural sciences, with the agreement
the Indians in severalty, says it will
Cooper 79-100th acre part J
T he appropriations of the govern require nearly two years’ time before next fall. A platform was adopted that he was to devote his strength
Rogers d I c t 3 r 2
which embodies the following decla chiefly to the building up of that de Sr., and has rented the Zach Hall J M Bunn and wife to Little
ment for the improvement of the
his task will be completed so that
Mississippi river in the past fifteen
rations: “The representatives of partment. Laboring under serious place, north of Bellevue for a term of Smith part lot 4 bik 3 North
this domain of a million acres could
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years, have been $76,000,000, which be thrown open for settlement. The the national league of republican disadvantage for want of more ap five years. Fie will soon move to the A Yamliill
M Brown to J A Cochran 101.81
is a million more than the estimated
clubs in convention assembled at paratus, the department has never
acres part A E Garrison diet 5
700 Indians on the reservation will
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the capital of the Centennial slate theless done work of high value. The cupy the residence in town.
cost of the Nicarauguacanal. As to receive about 125,000 acres.
Win Miller to Martha Miller parcel
their relative commercial value Pa
feature of the last year in this line of
Yamhill paid for ballots at the iation at the spectacle of incapacity work has been the erection of the
& C R R Co to Win Whalen 9.97
cific coast people are able to draw
A. 1.. Maeleod of Forest
the democratic part}' presents
acres sec 5 t 5 r 6
rate of $2 91 per thousand, the job I which
their own conclusions.
to our country and deplore the ca observatory and the mounting of the has leased the Dayton warehouse of O& C R R Co to John and Jas
having been given to the lowest bid lamities which the giving of power fine telescope, giving to the work of
HELLO, who is it? A new Customer? Well, what
Whalen 40 acres part sec
Joel P. Geer, and has placed G. E.
can we do for you?
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A n expensive luxury The Phila der. In Linn county 40,000 tickets to the present administration has this department a new impetus.
Detmeriug in charge of the business Jesse Edwards and wife to
delphia Inquirer is trying to count were printed at a cost of $190. or at brought upon our people. We con Vocal music and elocution have re
is that WALLACE A WALKER ?
Hodgson b half blk 50 Edwards
Mr. Detmering will buy grain
up the cost of one year of democra the rate of $4.75 per thousand, but this administration was compelled by ceived fully twice the attention dur
and do a general warehouse busi
cy. The loss in the volume of trade still Judge Hubbard thinks the bill public opinion to abandon its un ing the last three years that they
Well send me one of those BROOMS you have dis
in ten months is placed at $10,150, too high even if the county clerk did American Hawaiian policy. In con did the preceding four. Five years
played in your show window.
W. J. CLARK,D.D.S
663,553, or twice the cost of the civil place the job w ithout having secured trast with the shameful recors ol ago the inusie teacher was made a
Graduate University of Mich.
war, and these figures are from Brad bids on it. $700 for sixty or seventy the democratic party, we exult over regular member of the faculty, re
U ell. w hat priced one do you want ?
L.M. Parker and R. S. Inglis have
the record of glory which the repub
street. Other items are given, but
lican party has made. Its achieve ceiving since then a fixed salary.
me see. what do you ask for them ?
Has opened an office in i nion Block, Room 6,
this one seems to be enough for the at.— Silverton Record.
ments and its triumphs, extending Thus music was given something of gents furnishing goods of Kav A and is prepared to do all work in the dental line.
A will cost you 30 cents.
The Sun Publishing Co. of Port over 30 years, establish it as the the importance that it deserves. Todd and are now holding forth at CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY.
B will cost you 25 cents.
most masterful and enlightened po
land has filed articles of incorpora litical organization that has ever ex The result of this change was that at the old stand. Both members of the LATEST MFTHOD OF PAINLESS EXTRACTION
C will cost you 20 cents.
TnE thirteenth international con tion with the secretary of state. The
4 will cost you 15 cents.
isted. In the face of the present dis least three times the attention was new firm are well and favorably
NOTICE OF SHERIFF S SALE
vention of Christian endeavorers con incorporators are John O'Brien, W. aster to our country, it is with in given to music that had been given known in this community and we
you had better send me one of each, as I
venes in Cleveland July 11th to 15th F. Osborne, Geo. Pope, Benton creased sincerity that we once more to it before. Special attention has predict that they will have an ex
to buy brooms so cheap again. How in
is hereby given, that the undersigned,
To the Christian world these meet Killin, and E D. McKee, and the ob renew our allegience to the republi been given to vocal inusie with most cellent trade. J. E. Todd who has N d »TICE
world can you sell them so cheap ?
as sheriff of Yamhill county, state of Ore
gon under and bv virtue of a writ of execution,
ings mean much towards the pro ject is to print and publish a daily
mu directed, dated the 12th dav of June, 1894,
dinal principles. We believe in a free encouraging results. Many students had charge of the store since it. was to
Well, you see we bought them at a bargain and we
issued out of the circuit court of said county in
motion of world wide Christian unity. and weekly newspaper in that citv. ballot and a fair count, and we de who hardly knew Old Hundred from opened has made many friends in that
are giving our customers the benefit.
certain foreclosure suit wherein The Ameri
More, even, than the churches can The capital stock is fixed at $35,000 mand such legislation as will insure Yankee Doodle have developed into Newberg who will be glad to see him can Mortguge Company of Scotland was plaintiff
and Charles D. Chandler. Jennie E. Chandler. J.
Oh, is that the way you do?
W Davis. Mrs. J. \V. Davis, his wife, and Evert
claim and their coming power to divided into 3,500 shares. This is to every citizen the right to cast one singers of considerable ability.
in business again.
Sink were defendants, to enforce the decree made
combat the baser elements of society said to be a new paper in opposition
said court in <aid suit on the 2uth day oi
The financial condition of the col A. M. Hadley received a card from by
the ballot honestly counted. It is a
March. I--!), for the fojeciosure and sale or the
and raise the plane of civilization is to the Oregonian
1 noteworthy fact that the democratic
Well, that is what everybody tells me.
11th day of July. 1894. at one o'clock p. m. of said
beyond the scope of the imagination.
at the court house door in McMinnville, iu
can count on me as one of your regular customers ail
East Salem has some plucky party in congress, while consistent the last seven years, notwithstand dated at Crawfordsville. Indiana, day.
in nothing else, was unanimous tor ing the fact that no financial agent June 11, stating that in October he United States gold coin, according to law. the
following described real premises described and
O n another page will be found an church women. They are building a the repeal of the election law-;, thus has been employed except a few will make a limited lecturing tour of decreed
to be sold in and by said decree, to-wit
The northwest quarter (14) of section fourteen
exhaustive treatise by Erother Gault new church, aud have begun a series openly confessing itself the party of months of the last year. For six Utah, Montana. Washington, Ore
five ¡5) south range seven (7)
of Hillsboro on the subject of pre
the Willamette meridian in Yamhill
doctrine of protection to American years the writer did most of the gon and California, under the man v. ♦ st ol’ state
of Oregon, containing one hundred
serving timber, and how it is ac it. The farmer members of the labor. American industries and work that was done in this line; and agement of John F. Bragg of Chicago. county,
and sixty acres, and that said lands will be sold
American homes. We also believe his teaching duties were such that Newberg and the surrounding pal sum of 8532.49, with interest on said sum from
complished at Cornelius The ques
26th day of March, 1?‘4. at the rate of eight
tion of how to protect piling from soil when the women and girls pro in such reciprocal trade with the na he could do but little outside. Some country is full of Indianians and the
¡ mt cent per annum, and 880.00 attorneys' feesand
tions as will increase the market for
and disbursements of said suit taxed at
the ravages of the destructive tore-
the product of our farms, factories, thing like $10,000 has been added to many others who have read Wallace's 839.75. and accruing costs, said sums having been
the plaintiff by said decree.
do, and to preserve timber in a
forests and mines without increas the permanent funds The income Ben Hur. Let us make a pull to get Dated June
W. L. WARREN.
country of so much rain, has long
has grown steadily year by year. him to come to Newberg to lecture.
Sheriff of said Yamhill County.
lessen wages and degrade our labor.
been one of investigation by coast
denounce the proposed vicious Notwithstanding the financial de Such another opportunity will not
people, and the means for its solu say farming pays better than running We
NOTICE OF SHERIFF S SALE.
legislation known as pression. which prevented a number come in our way for many a day.
tion seems to be developing right sewing societies
the Wilson bill and appeal to the re of students from attending the last
is hereby given that the undersigned,
The A. O. U- W. grand lodge publican United States senators to
as sheriff of Yamhill county, state of Ore-
\ r | OTICE
Crnsstng tlie Atlantic
near at home
gon. by virtue of u writ of execution, to me di-
year and compelled others to leave
last week elected the following oppose its passage by all honorable
j rected, dated June 12th. Ib94, issued- out of the
school in the midst of the year, the Ueuallj- involves sea sickness. When I circuit court of said county, upon and to enforce
S enator Dave Hill had his nerve officers: Grand master workman, means. We believe in the issue of regular income was considerably the waves play pitch and toss with yon, I rhe decree of foreclosure and sale of the herein-
gold and silver as money metals,
after described real premises, made by said court
with him when he told the senate W. W. Branson of Pendleton; grand maintained at a parity and inter more than twice a3 large as it was strong indeed must be the stomach that i on
the 2€tli day of September,
in the suit
the other day that Mr. Cleveland is foreman, H. D. Ramsdell of Portland; convertibility.
We do not believe for the year closing in June, 1888.
that there will be a permanent re
the last democratic president that
pany were defendants, ordering the sale of the
Seven years ago the teaching force
hereinafter described real premises, will, ou the
will ever be chosen from any state. Jacksonville; grand recorder, New turn of prosperity to our country consisted of the president, the pro ners, all testify that Hostetter’s Stomach 14th
day of July, ltjj at the hour of eleven o’clock
m. of said day. at the court house door In Mc
It took more nerve than prophetic ,
tion of silver shall be restored, and fessor of mathematics and a teacher experienced in rough weather on the Minnville in said county, sell ut public auction
vision to make the statement. ceiver, R. L. Durham of Portland: we favor such legislation as will of the common branches. Two ad water. Nervous and weakly travelers by i for «-ash. according to law. the following de-
i scribed real premises with the buildingsand ini-
Thousands of people will readilv grand treasurer, William Armstrong bring about this result. We con
land often suffer from something akin to i provement< thereon, to-wit: Lot numbered three
of block numbered six (C) of the town of
agree with Mr. Hill, but a very small, of Salem; supreme representatives, demn the treatment now accorded cured. The salaries of the teachers this, and find in the Bitters its surest j (3)
Dundee, in Yamhill county, state of Oregon, with
drugstore building thereon, and everything
minority would have had the intre J. J. Daly of Dallas, T. C. Mackey,
remedy. No disorder of the stomach, belonging
Come and See Us
thereto, and that said property will be
defenders of the flag and to the are not large, but are larger than
I sosold to obtain funds with which to «atisfy and
pidity to sav so under like conditions j D. Solis Cohen, Portland.
widows and orphans of our dead pa the college was able to pay when
pay the sum oi 8114.00, with interest on said
not be overcome by the prompt and thor sum at the rate of eight percent per annum from 1
This may be considered the death
The popuiist members of the leg triots as unfair and cruelly unjust. there were but three teachers.
i he 26th day of September. 1893, until paid, and 1
ough remedy. Equally efficacious is it $30.00
knell of the party.
as attornevZfees and costs and disburse
islature are: Senator S- IL Holt. We are most heartily in favor of the
ments taxed at |32.50 found due the plaintiff from i
Jackson county; W. S. Vanderburg, |
| the defendant, Adolph Diedrich, and the costs on |
the territories of Utah, New Mexico,
matic trouble and nervousness. Emi this writ, and the costs on a previous writ of exe- i
As a result of the tie-up caused by Josephine, Coos and Curry; Dr. Will j Arizona and Oklahoma, and we con improvements that have been made in grants to the frontier should provide | cution which was returned by reason of said de
the college campus, adding year by
fendants having appealed said cause to the su
the boycott of the American Rail R. King, Baker and Malheur.
In demn the policy of the democratic
court, but wnich appeal was abandoned.
W. G. HENDERSON.
themselves with this fine medicinal safe preme
Dated June 13th, 1894.
way Union against Pullman, the the house S. M. Nealon and J. A administration in excluding and de
W. L WARREN,
Sheriff of said Yamhill County.
Southern Pacific will cease to run its Jeffrey, Jackson: F. A. Stewart. priving them of their rights. We
climate, hardship, exposure and fatigue.
again commend to the favorable con Such is the brief review of the
overland trains between Portland Coos and Curry; J. C Young, Ba sideration
Notice of Appointment of Adminis
of the republican clubs of
and San Francisco. The roads so ker: Thomas Buckman, Coos. C. D the United States, as a matter of present administration. The growth
Reul Estate Transfer*.
VrOTICE is hereby givpn that the undersigned
far affected by the strike are the Huffman, Union, J. A. Burleigh, education, the question of granting might easily have been much larger.
For week ending June 27th :
by the countv court of
Illinois Central. Atchison & Topeka, Walla wa, making ten populist mem suffrage to women. We congratu The money that has gone into this Jas F Bvers and wife to Flora Bell
(Third Street, between E and F.)
Yamhill county, Oregon, administrator of the
Chicago Great Western, Chicago A bers in the legislature. They won t late Colorado and Wyoming on the growth has come from comparatively : Gillaspie 44 acres sec 321 2 r 5 . $ 400 sons having claims against the deceased.
estate oi the said
possession of the elective franchise, few persons. There are hundreds' Alva P Macy and wife to Lydia A
: Charles T J smith. <lecca*ed, are hereby notified
Northern Pacific, West Indiana, be able to accomplish much against and
to present the same duly verified for payment to
we cordially invite their co of other persons who ought to have
Pettyjohn lot 11 of Macy add to
Wisconsin Central, Chicago A. East a republican legislature, but won t operation in the work of rescuing
date at the office of Brownell & Dresser, at Ore-
1 gon City. Oregon.
ern Illinois, Wabash Grand Trunk, they make the g. o. p. howl. — Valley the country from democratic and added their gifts. There are many Dayton....................................... .
Dated this 19th day of June. 1891.
Everything first-class. Horses boarded by day, week or month. Commercial
persons who might have exerted con- W L Warren, sheriff', to R Living-
J. V. CAMPBELL.
Monon, and the Baltimore & Ohio.
.travelers Conveyed to all points at most reasonable rates. Give u* a call
IT WILL BE OUR AIM
8 Boils at Once
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Attention of the Trade
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