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A hundred years from now, some
of the fellows who are complaining so
bitterly about Dolph's coldness, may
wish again that they had him where
they could sit down on him.
An exchange says: The first week ,
of congress the order was: “Jump
The average duration of cycling
F. li. BAHMIAKT, Editor 4c Propr.
onto Tom Reed.” The last week's enthusiasm among the ordinary rid
J. G. ECKMAN, A*»ociate Editor.
orders will be: “Tom Reed, jump in ing class is three years. The first
and help us let go. Don't be a parti few months are spent in wobbling
Subscription $1.00 Per Year.
around on the pavements, eyes fixed
san, Tom. be a patriot.”
G old to the value of $45.892.000
and staring, elbows (and knees for
was produced in the United States
Secretary Carlisle’s communication that matter) akimbo, coat-tails drag
Re*dlng notice» in local columns 10 cents per
line for first week and 5 cents per line thereafter. last year, according to the statistics to the senate, in which he declares ging on the wheel or fluttering to
Display advertisements, annual rates, one inch
per month fl; each additional inch 50 cents per kept by Wells, Fargo & Co., of San that the revenues will exceed tb’e the breeze. After the first muscle
Obituary and marriage notices not exceeding Francisco. This is an increase of expenditures of the government by ache stage has passed we find the
10 lines published free, if furnished in time to $11,690.000 over the output of 1893,
at least $22,01)0,000 during the calen enthusiasm augmented to ecstacy,
be current news. Additional matter 10 cent* per
and largest yield in 25 years. The dar year 1895, created a sensation, like to that of a child in the swing,
same tonnage of silver was produced as well .it might. The deficit for and speed and distance, seem limit
FRIDAY, FEB. 22, 1895.
in 1894 as in 1893, but the decline in January was about $6,700,000. It is less. Then the country road, and
value made it worth but $28,721,000 not probable that this rate of deficen- the happiness is supreme. Not only
T he most reliable figures shew against $38,492.000 in 1893. .
cy will be kept up, however, for the are the senses pleased, but the whole
that the United States has in banks
T he legislative session will prob January payments of interests and organism rejoices in a condition of
and deposit vaults $661.WK),000 in
ably close to-night at midnight. The pensions are always very heavy. physical beatitude. That newly de
gold and 1624,000,000 in silver. It is
forty days for which members can But there is no reason, unfortunate scribed sense, the muscle sense, con
nothing less than a national shame
draw pay end at that time. It is ly, for believing Mr. Carlisle’s esti tributes its share in this expression
that a great nation should under
within their province to prolong the mate. He is notoriously erratic in of well-being. The locomotor appa
such conditions be paralyzed and
session, working without pay, but it I financial predictions, and none of his ratus of man craves exercise as the
prostrated by a lot of tinkering poli
is not likely to be done. A good estimates so far have proved correct. stomach craves food, and the gratifi
cation produces similar good feeling
many biils, some of them of consid
in the respective organs. But such
Congress should get a "grab bag erable importance, have passed one the senate adopted the very com exercise 1 Clad in porous wool, the
ready. There will be a mighty hus or the other of the houses, but will mendable precaution of abrogating whole body is as it were swimming
likely perish for want of time. The
tling during the dying hours of this
senatorial problem will be solved in the eleven-year clause which Secre through a sea of oxygen, breathing
congress to get something “for my
tary Gresham's maladroit manage at every pore. A speed of ten miles
district.” For instance, there is a one way or another very soon.
permitted to be embodied in an hour means augmented atmos
big grab of “southern war claims'!
and replaced it with a pheric pressure of three or four
T he year 1894 was not one marked
pending, and it is now or never, as
or annulling pounds on the ventrai surface and
by general prosperity, and yet the
many of the honorable members be
amount bestowed by gift on Ameri the treaty on one year’s notice. corresponding decrease of a few
can churches, colleges, museums, This is the only sane way of formu pounds below normal pressure on
lating a treaty, and is, however, in | the dorsal surface. The whole spin
W hen Harrison was inaugurated art libraries and other institutions accordance with the methods usually al tract is thus subjected to pneu
in 1889 the interest-bearing public | for the general good reached an ag pursued in similar negotiations with matic suction and its circulation
debt was $889,853,990, and when he gregate of $19,967,116. In 1893 the! other nations. We cannot reason thereby stimulated. These are all
retired in 1893 it was only $585,029,- total was no less than $33.319,866. ably be asked to tie up the hands of factors in the spirit of exbiliration
1W). On February 1, 1895, it had in These figures are a splendid evidence i our government for ten years and a experienced by judicious riders. And
creased to $684,323,710, and when of the disposition of many people of year's notice, especially with an the cold sponge bath on reaching
the next bonds are sold it will wealth to seek the best way to con oriental nation just emerging from home, without which no exercise can
amount to $746,723,710. These fig fer a lasting benefit on their fellow a state of semi-barbarism. The sen contribute its full quota of good, is
ures tell a story that the average men.
ate has rebuked the secretary’s folly looked forward to with quite as much
citizen can easily understand.
in this matter and has sharply cor zeal of anticipation as is the hearty
OHEGOV NEWS AND NOTES.
rected the blunders he allowed the meal (in waiting).
Now that the republicans are in
The women's charity edition of the state department to fall into.— Ex.
Now our amateur has reached that
control of the popular branch of the Salem Statesman on January 29th
condition of development of the spec
Missouri legislature, they have de netted the sum of $243.
T he cuckoo Boston Post says: “The ial wheeling sense enabling him to
liberately resolved to restore a por
A prune raiser in Salem has a limb republican party in 1894 undertook adjust himself to the conditions of
trait of Abraham Lincoln to the
from an Italian prune tree that to put the democratic party in a hole moving equilibrium automatically,
place in the chamber from which it
and put the entire country in a hole.” even under very trying conditions;
grew nine feet in one year.
was indignantly removed by the
That is, a democratic president, a he can endure several continuous
Rev. J. H. Roork, financial agent
democrats some thirty years ago.
democratic cabinet, a democratic hours in the saddle without fatigue,
Willamette university, died sud
This threatened demonstration of of
senate and a democratic house, with and his great thigh muscles have
fensive partisanship will doubtless denly on Monday, of neuralgia of the a fair, open field to do everything developed to meet the demands.
excite the violent opposition of many heart.
they wanted, and did do enough to The ordinary rider has, in say one
of the most distinguished moss-cov
An appeal has been taken to the disgust an entire nation, now want year, reached the limit of develop
ered Bourbons in “Old Missoury.”
supreme court in the matter of con to palm off their misdeeds onto re ment. If he loves riding because of
firmation by Judge Fullerton of the publicans. Satan himself has no the physical pleasures, and drinks in
T he richest man in the next con Oregon Pacific sale.
more impudence. Republicans are the beauties of nature as he speeds
gress will be Mr. Sorg, of the third
The bill before the legislature to not responsible for the conditions of over the country, you will find that
Ohio district, whose wealth is esti abolish the .judgeship held by judge trade in Germany, France and Spain. he never rides solely for distance
mated at $15,000,000 and income at Hewitt in this district was defeated They have not caused gold to be the record, but for real pleasure, and
$1,000,000. He is one of*the thir in the bouse last Friday.
principal export. They have not hence does not go beyond his ca
teen democrats elected from north
The students of Pacific University delivered students to China for pacity.
ern states to the next house. As at Forest Grove have subscribed slaughter, and conspired against the
But too many ride for the excite
Mr. Sorg will soon hand in his about $3000 to the amount necessary Hawaiian republic. They have not ment,'and their pleasure is boasting
check for $20,000 to meet the income to secure the Parsons fund.
legislated millions of men out of of miles covered. These latter are
tax required by a democratic law he
the three years’ enthusiasts. They
F. L. Posson & Son, of Portland, workshops. And democrats have.
will hardly feel like accepting the
know almost nothing of the real
financial activities and shadowy
pleasures of cycling and their enthu
honor of running for governor of
The following figu res regarding taxes siasm is shortlived.
Ohio on the democratic ticket.
are fresh from the books of County
Just a few words as to the saddle
W. W. Saunders, who was par Clerk McKern, some of which are from a
which the laity are exercised.
summary just completed:
T he remark is often heard that
proves that a firm, al
the conduct of the legislature at
saddle, very narrow
erty as equalized by the
Salem, in being unable to agree been admitted to the bar at Spokane,
and sloping back
upon the choice of a senator, is pav Wash.
ing the waj* for the election of U. S.
In the Marion county teachers’
Amount of city taxes in all
senators by popular vote. But the examination, among the questions cities of the county to be
humiliating reflection comes back, submitted in history was “Who was collected . ....... ................
7,050.70 finds a rider thus mounted poising
that the legislature at Salem is one the first governor of Oregon?” To Amount of general county
his body delicately on three points
of the masterpieces of popular suf this two of the papers on that sub tax.
support, viz., handle bars, saddle
frage. When the people learn how ject conveyed the intelligence that Total tax to be collected
pedals. He is never jarred and
to choose a legislature that will rep George Washington and Grover Amount collected last year
extremities or buttocks never
resent them at home, there will be Cleveland held such position.
numb. While we thus advo
no trouble about getting senators of
X. N. Steeves, the accomplice of
the three-point support, we
tax last year was......... .
the same kind.
Bunco Kelly in the murder of old Number of unpaid polls. .
2,156 emphatically protest against the
man Sayres, has been sentenced to
T he action of the bolting republi 15 years at Salem and a fine of one The rates of levy made for the current scorcher position and especially for
young boys. There is no use trying
cans in Salem in voting one day for thousand dollars. It was the fine State and countv....................
to tell an experienced road rider
Williams, the next for Lowell and that hurt. It fairly knocked the : City of McMinnville .
. 6 “
that he must sit erect.' He will tell
then changing back to Williams, breath out of his attorneys. An ap-1 City of Newberg...................
that it cannot be done, and will
demonstrates very clearly that the peal for a new trial has been taken City of Dayton............
. 3 “
by saying that more harm is
fight has not been for any principle to the supreme court.
City of Sheridan..................
the perineum bv erect pos
School district No. 3.......... .. 2 “
or national policy, but is merely a
Richard S. Banker, who conspired <4
by the slight inclination
war upon the party majority and
to swindle the A. O. U. W. out of «
forward of the body.
organization. These men hold the
$2,000 life insurance by feigning “
“ 16............ ...5 “
Now for a curtain lecture to the
same views and represent the same
death by drowning, pleaded guilty to “
“22............ .. 1M“
Ride a wheel for your
policy as Mr. Dolph upon the finan
the charge, and was sentenced on
“29 ........... • 5^“
implies that not all
cial question, and upon all other im
“ 33............ • • 2)6“
Monday to five years in the peniten “
for wheel riding, and
portant subjects of national legisla
“40............ - 2^“
tiary. The two Hunters, who are “
charged with conspiracy in this
to the breeze like a jav. When you
“78............. .. 6 “
fraud, will have their trial on March “
ride dress accordingly, and try and
T he state of Pennsylvania is about
“82........... 5 per cent
trim and carry yourself grace
to publish an illustrated book of 1000
Dignity does suffer when
In these days of telephone, telegraph,
pages on the birds and mammals of
or other gentleman
the state, at a cost of about $30,000
for 24,000 copies. A copy will be! vote the question of a removal of the afford to wait days or as many hours for goes paddling along with pantaloon
placed in every school and other county seat from Jacksonville, and relief. This is our reason for offering you wings sticking out at ankles, knees
library, and the remaining volumes of course according to their ideas it One Minute Cough Cure. Neither days, hitting handlebars, and everything
nor hours, nor even minutes elapse be- above the seat flying loose. To ride
will be distributed where they are should go to Medford, the citizens of fore relief is afforded. Rogers Bros.
gracefully means to ride with a
likely to prove most useful in edu-1 the latter town to subscribe a suffi
minimum of discomfort and fatigue,
eating the people to discriminate in cient sum to furnish a suitable court
FAITH, HOPE AND CHARITY,
and if one can not acquire that art
favor of the many useful animals now house, etc. It is doubtful if any
hunted down nearly to the point of proposition to remove the seat of gov These Three, but the Greatest of without instruction, by all means go
All is Charity.
to a training school. The profession
extermination. The farmers have ernment from Jacksonville would be
set a good example in this as
named the volume the “bird book,”i
opera house, Friday, March 1st, at 8 p. in all other matters pertaining to
and the demand for it will be lively.
physical development.— The. Toledo
if ever, Ashland might want to bid m., entitled “The Woven Web ”
We have faith that this drama will Medical and Surgical Reporter.
T he valuable time taken up by the
please you all. We hope you will all
The Moores horticultural bill which attend or send proxies. The charity of
legislature in wrangling over the
It is reported that Postmaster-
Portland charter emphasizes the has become a law, creates a board of the affair is entire and absolute.
Bissell will retire from the
need that has been apparent for a
The caste contains such well-known,
April. He has not given
long time, of a general charter law large and one from each of five dis popular and favorite artists as Mesdames
that will enable the people residing tricts, as follows: 16t—Multnomah, L. L. Hobbs, Inez Cooper and C. Fellows.
in cities to govern themselves to Clackamas. Yamhill, 'Washington, Messrs. C. McKinney, F. E. Rogers, E.
H. Baker, A. McPhiilips, N. E. Kegg, P.
Frederick Douglass, the colored
some extent. As a general thing Columbia, Clatsop, and Tillamook.
D. Glenn and John Eveuden, alias orator and statesman, dropped dead
they know what they want better
than do ninety men gathered from Linn and Lane. 3d—Douglas, Jack- Admission 25 cents. Plan of distribu at his residence in Washington on
all over the state, who have but a re son, Klamath, Josephine, Coos, Curry tion during the drama. Prof. Toney's Wednesday. He was 78 years old.
mote interest in the affairs of the and Lake. 4th—Wasco, Sherman, orchestra will discourse their usual sweet
T he democratic congress will get
metropolis. The same is true in re Morrow, Gilliam and Crook. Sth— music.
on March 4th, on bonds amount
Umatilla, Union, Wallowa, Baxer,
gard to smaller cities.
Malheur, Harney and Grant. To The exposure to all sorts and condi ing to just $162,500,000. It has cost
E x -Q ueen Liliuokalani’s formal hold office four years. They shall tions of weather that a lumberman is the people more than ten times that
abdication of her “rights” to the have a secretary at not more than called upon to endure in the camps often much in the last two years. But
Hawaiian throne is merely another $1200 a year. The board is clothed produces severe colds which, if not grin and bear it and make the best
proof of the deadly blight of Mr. with the necessary powers of regula promptly checked, result in congestion of it; there are better times near at
or pneumonia. Mr. J. O. Davenport,
Cleveland’s favor. But for the zeal ting. inspecting, quarantining, dis ex-manager of the Fort Bragg Redwood hand.
ous though misdirected friendship of j infecting, etc., necessary to protect Co., an immense institution at Fort
It seems probable that ex-Queen
the Eminent Person at Washington, the fruit against the introduction Bragg, Cal., says they sell large quanti
the deposed monarch might to-day and spread of diseases and pests | ties of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy at Lilioukalani will be exiled to the
be enjoying the bracing liberties of among fruit trees. The members the company’s store and that he has United States. This will probably
private citizenship on a generous are to be appointed by a board con himself used this remedy for a severe not bother anybody but Grover
pension provided by the American1 sisting of the governor, secretary cold and obtained immediate relief. This Cleveland, whose deep interest in
government under the terms of set and treasurer of state. They have prevents any tendency of a cold toward Mrs. Dominis’ welfare is fully known
tlement proposed by the Harrison power to appoint quarantine guard- [ pneumonia and insures a prompt recov to the American people. The lady
administration. On the surface it ians in each district when necessary ery. For sale by S. Howorth & Co., can turn a pretty penny by making
the tour of the dime museums.
looks very much as though Mrs. and to paj- them $2 per day. For druggists.
There are a great many people who
Dominis had been “the main guy” in the support of the board and prose
a large and brilliantly successful cution of its work the coming two
Mrs. Bourke Cockran died in New would willingly pay a dime to see
the darkey ex-ruler.
York city on the 20th.
years, $12,000 is appropriated.
Yamhill County Reporter.
SEWS OF THE WEEK.
The woman suffrage bill passed the
lower house in California by 45 to 29
Wav down at Españole, N. M., on
Saturday, the thermometer regis
tered 14 degrees below zero, with
five inches of snow.
The emperor of China has ordered
the beheading of all civil, military
and naval officers connected with the
defense of Wei-Hai-Wei.
San Francisco is determined to
have the next national republican
convention, and has already begun
a movement in that direction.
An order of the pope promulgated
at Buda Pesth, Hungary, on the
16th, declares that the offspring of
mixed marriages shall be brought up
in the Catholic faith.
The Chicago Herald and Evening
Post have been sold to James W.
Scott, who has been connected with
the papers for many years. The fig
ure paid was $2,000,000.
Subscriptions to the San Joaquin
valley railroad project, which is to
relieve San Francisco of the thrall-
dom of the Southern Pacific “octo
pus," have reached the two and a
quarter million mark, and the list is
The silver question in the United
States and Europe is becoming in
teresting to the political and financial
world in Berlin. The reichstag has
declared in favor of a resolution just
submitted summoning another inter
national conference on the currency
A gigantic strike of electrical con
tractors occurred in New York city
Monday. Nine hundred men de
manded eight hours instead of nine
after the 15th. They say if non
union men are put in their places
they will call out 80.090 men of other
Isaac Pusey Gray, United States
minister to Mexico, died on the 14th
in the city of Mexico, of pneumonia,
at the age of 67. He was governor
of Indiana from 1884 to 1888, and in
1892 was a prominent candidate for
the presidency before the national
There is hunger and suffering in
the mountains of Kentucky, and un
less some sort of relief is devised
there will be death. The rivers are
frozen and the roads are so impass
able from snow that it is almost im
possible to get supplies, as all groc
eries have to be hauled in wagons.
All the grocers are out of supplies.
Pneumonia and fever are epidemic.
At Vanceburg, Ky., on Sunday
the preachers devoted their atten
tion to the wildcat-man-dog fight
billed to occur in their opera house.
The man is to enter the cage and
with his hands whip the cat and then
tackle the dog. The people are ter
ribly aroused, and declare the fight
shall uot occur. The preachers
were applauded for their radical ex
The 100th anniversary of the birth
of George Peabody, the philanthro
pist, was quite generally celebrated
on the 18tb. One thousand school
children took part in the ceremonies
at Peabody, Mass., his native town,
and cablegrams from Queen Victoria
and the Duke of Devonshire, chair
man of the donation fund of two and
a half millions made by Mr. Peabody
to the poor of London, were read.
Princess Paulina, who arrived in
New York December 22d last, and
who has since that time been the ob
ject of great interest to thousands,
died in New York city on the 15th.
Princess Paulina was born in Holland
in 1875, and during the past nine
years has been seen and fondled by
nearly all the kings and queens of
Europe. She was brought to this
country under a two years’ contract
by Manager F. E. Proctor. The
princess was exactly 17 inches high,
and weighed but 84 pounds.
Judge R. A. Ballinger has decided
the county seat case of Snohomish
county, and has granted the injunc
tion prayed for against its removal
from Snohomish to Everett. The
grounds of the decision were that the
county commissioners threw out legal
votes and that the requirements of
the constitution had not been com
plied with. The final decision of the
matter may not be reached for some
time yet, but until it is, the county
seat will remain where it now is.
The residents of Snohomish cele
brated their victory until midnight
Thursday, and an organization of 200
armed men, formed to guard the
records from violent removal to
Everett, paraded the streets.
Considerable effort is being made
just now to bring about a change in
the policy of Russia. The diplomatic
world attaches great importance to
the prolonged stay of the Princess of
Wales in St. Petersburg, and the in
fluence acquired by her over Nicholas
II, who now seems to be completely
dominated by the Prince and Prin
cess of Wales. Feminine influences,
in spite of very considerable pro
gress of the policy of alliances be
tween the powers, contributed more
to the downfall of Prince Bismarck
than did the wishes of Kaiser Wil-;
helm. Therefore, if the Princess of
Wales and the dowager empress of
Russia are acting in concert, it is
quite possible that they may obtain
results which will prove a complete
check for the diplomatists. The
German party at the Russian court
is also much excited. They pretend
to have the young empress on their
side, but there is nothing to show
that this is the case. Nicholas II
has, it is true, sent a present of
some horses to Kaiser Wilhelm, but
he has made no change in that part
Scrofula in the Blood
A NORTH WIND
Causes Glands of the Neck tc
In this country brings cold weather. Cold weather
means much fuel. A first-class stove is the most
economical luxury on earth. In fact it will put dollars
in the owner’s pocket by saving fuel.
This Trouble and a Case of Rheu
matism Cured by Hood’s.
“C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
“ Dear Sirs: A little over a year ago 1
had a swelling come on the side of my
neck. 1 was in very poor health generally
and doctored two
months with the
who said my com
plaint was a bilious
attack. His treat
ment failed to help
me so I determined
to try Hood’s Sar
saparilla. To my
great joy, the swel
ling on the side of
my neck disap
peared. I was ben
Mrs. W. R. Mallernee efited for my other
taking three bottles of the medicine,I have
not had a sick day since. I for one, rec
ommend Hood’s Sarsaparilla to the affiic-
Are handsome in design and finish. Are splendid
heaters. Are great savers of fuel. Are what you want.
HODSON sells Shelf and Heavy Hardware.
He also sells Paints and Builders’ Supplies.
He carries a Large Line of the Best Tinware.
He runs a Tin Shop in Connection with Store.
Call in and see
O. O. HODSON.
ted, knowing what it has done for me in
the past. My husband was afflicted with
rheumatism and had that tired feeling.
He took Hood’s Sarsaparilla and found it
The hull that
Precedes the Storm
Just the Medicine Needed.
We believe it will do all that is claimed for
it, if given a fair trial. Both of us have
used Hood’s Vegetable Pills and are weH
pleased with them.” M rs . W. R. M al
lernee , Meadow, Washington.
N. B. Be sure to get Hood’s Sarsaparilla.
This month is more for preparation than for actual conflict.
February is the dullest month of the year everywhere, but
what is now a business zephyr will soon blow into a cyclone.
Hood’S Pills are purely vegetable, and do
not gripe, purge, or pain. Sold by all druggists.
of Russia’s policy which is based on
an understanding with France.
The San Francisco Typographical
Union has declared a boycott against
the H 'ar Cry. the Salvation Army or
gan. Two Salvation Army composi
tors were discharged because of their
membership in the union, and accor
dingly the union is fighting them
back. Editor Milsaps, of the liar
Cry, says the Salvation Army is a
military organization, and cannot be
subordinated to the rules of any
The republican tide still flows. On
Monday Chas. F. Warwick was
elected mayor of Philadelphia over
Ex-Governor Pattison by a major
ity estimated at from 50.000 to 60,-
000. The most sanguine of the re
publican leaders did not hope for a
majority higher than 35,000 or 40,-
000, while Governor Pattison ex
pressed himself as confident that he
would be elected by 20,000 plurality.
R ed FROHT
Is prepared for this business revival. Its stock of groceries
is kept fresh and up to date. Our’s is no “original package
store. You are as safe in having your purchases weighed and
done up by us as to get them in original packages. We have
beard of places where you cannot do this.
Our aim is to Please and Satisfy.
Come and see us.
E. L. WEIEZD.
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Quotations from Goldsmith.
Literary Study—“Gray’s Elegy,” Mrs.
E. C. Apperson.
“Renaissance and Modern Art,” Miss
Character sketch—Jean Ingelow, Miss
“From Chaucer to Tennyson,” Mies
“Famous Bridges of the World” and
“Count Moltke, Field Marshal,” Mies
Table talk—Robert Louis Stevenson,
his life and writings.
Debate—Resolved, That the system of
voting by machinery should be generally
adopted. Affirmative E.’C. Apperson,
negative J. G. Eckman.
Chaiacter Impersonations. Miss Em
ma Greene, Miss Frances Mann and
Miss Ida Scofield.
The meeting will be held at the resi
dence of A. J. Apperson, Wednesday
evening, Feb. 27th, 1895.
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gon, will, by virtue of an order of the Hon. H H
Hewitt, judge of the circuit court of the Third WcMlNNVILLE
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judicial district of the state ot Oregon, said order
bearing date February Sth, 1895, and by virtue of
the authority in said assignee vested'under the
law, duly sell at public auction at McMinnville,
Yamhill county. Oregon, on the 25th day of Feb
ruary, A. D. 1*95. at the hour of eleven o'clock
a. m . of saiii day, for cash in hand to the highest
bidder, all the personal property now in the
bands ot said assignee, and belonging to the es
tate of said Union Hardware Company, said
property in brief being described as the whole of
the remaining stock of Hardware, Tinware and
Farming Implements and Buggies, and all the
ROOMS IN UNION BLOCK
stock of goods now located in the store building
formerly used and occupied by said company,
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also all notes and book accounts now in the
hands of said assigi.ee and belonging to said
Union Hardware Company, (said uotes and ac
counts being fully described and itemized in
"Exhibit A" attached to end made a part of the
petition filed in the circuit court of the state ot
Oregon for Yamhill county, for the order author
izing and directing the above sale.)
The following general form6 are always in Ftock
Dated this the 14th day of February. A. D 1895.
and for sale at the Reporter office :
8. A. MANNING,
Assignee of the estate of Union Hardware com
Real Estate Mortgage
Bond for Deed
Satisfaction ot Mort.
Transfer of Mortgage
Notes and Receipts. Bill of Sale
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOVNT.
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V'OTICE is hereby given that the undersigned, best style of the art and at low figures.
xN assignee of the estate of Fuuua <k Sons, in
solvent debtors, has filed iu the circuit court ot
the stale of Oregon, for Yamhill county, his final
account with said estate. Hnd that on Monday,
the 25th day of March, 1895, at the hour of one
o'clock in the aiternoon of said day, at the court
house in McMinnville, Oregon, the same being
the first day of the next regular term of said
court, I will ask said court to pass upon and al
low said final account, and for my discharge a*
said assignee. All persons having anv objections
to said final account must file them In said court
on or before said time, when the same will be
called up for final disposition and allowance.
c. PALMER, Assignee.
Mrs. Maggie Luke, P. W. M., Mrs.
Capt. Bailey, W. M. and Mrs. Dr. H. R.
Littlefield of Myrtle Chapter No. 15 of
Portland were present at the organization
of Integrity chapter Monday night.
An old “tramp print” is amusing our
people this week with his guitar.
Mr. and Mrs.W. M. Sutton are visiting
in Portland this week.
Again it is rumored that we are to
have a new depot building.
We have a regularly organized board
of trade now : W. R. Derby, president;
G. A. Graves, vice president; T. II. Du-
pey, secretary and R. P. Bird, treasurer.
They expect to do some good work for
the town when the machinery becomes
Our sick are improving slowly.
Mr. Howard is carrying his face and
arm in a sling this week. Muscular
rheumatism is the cause.
“Uncle” Jim Olds is shaking hands
with friends here this week.
Physician and Surgeon,
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in New York City, for five con
secutive years, the proportion
of Deaths from Consumption
has been three in every
Epidemics of Cholera, Yellow Fever and
other diseases of similar character, so ter
rible in their results, occasion wide spread
alarm and receive the most careful consid
eration for their prevention and cure, while
consumption receives scarcely a thought,
yet the number of their victims sinks into
insignificance when compared with those of
consumption. Comparatively few people
know what to do for their loved ones when
they see them gradually lose strength, lose
color, manifest feeble vitality and emacia-
tion, or develop a cough, with difficult
breathing, or hemorrhage. Cod liver oil
was for a long time given in all such cases,
but the poor success attending its use
coupled with ita nauseating taste has led
many practitioners, as well as the public at
large, to place their main reliance in Dr
Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery. It de
serves early attention and will prove effect
ual not in everycasebutin alarge percentage
of cases, and we believe that fully ¿8 per
cent, of all cases of consumption can. iftaken
in the early stages of the disease, be cured
with the “ Discovery.” Dr. Pierce does not
ask people to believe until they have in-
vestigated for themselves. A pamphlet has
been published having the names, addresses
and photographs of a large number of those
cured of consumption, bronchitis, lingering
coughs, asthma, chronic nasal catarrh and
kindred maladies which will be mailed free
to those sending for it with their name and
address upon a postal card, or you can have
a medical treatise, in book form of 160
pages, mailed to you, on receipt of address
and six cents in stamps. You can then
write those cured and learn their experi
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endorsed prior to October 5th, 1S94.
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