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THE MONROE DOCTRINE.
OBEGOM KEWS A.XD NOTES.
Attorney-General Idleman has de the robbers came in at the north.
that there is no vacancy in the The sheriff stepped to one side,
The new enumeration of the popu-1
The thickening complications in
F. II. It 1 It > IIA It'I. Editor A Propr.
which the late legisla aimed and fired. His bullet dropped
Central and South America, particu lation of Corvallis will fall under
ture failed to elect, and they will | the man nearest him, but the second
J. G. ECK .’I AM, Attutiate Editor.
larly the controversy between Great 2,000.
keep their places.
I failed to reach' its target. One of
Britian and Venezuela, tend to re
Using the school census as a basis,
| the robbers must have seen Bogard
Subscription $1.00 Per Year. vive interest in the Monroe doctrine; the Chronicle figures that the city of
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
I enter, and on doing so jumped down,
and it may be well, therefore, to The Dalles has a population of 6,000.
I and, running alongside of the car,
An unconditional armistice
look into history for the definite
The sheep market in Oregon is
, entered and shot him from the rear.
meaning and purpose of that doc looking up a little. The Dalles re been declared by the emperor of
When the robber was shot he ex
Reading notices in local column« 10 cent» per
line for first week and a cents per line thereafter. trine, which was promulgated nearly cently sent two trainloads of sheep Japan, thought to be due to the at claimed: “I am donefor!” Another
Display advertisements, annual rates, one Inch seventy-two years ago. We are ac-
tack on Li Hung Chang. Troops,
per month SI, each additional inch 50 cents per
asked: “Are you killed, Bill?’’ and
j customed to speak of it as something
State Superintendent Irwin says however, will not be withdrawn.
Obituary and marriage notices not exceeding
thereupon they hastily left the car,
10 line» published free, if furnished in time to of an absolute and authoritative
A snow and wind storm continued telling the now thoroughly fright-
Newport will be the place of the next
be current news. Additional matter 10 cent* per
character, like a law’ of nations; but state teachers’ institute, probably in with great fury all day Saturday at j
, ened train men not to follow. The|
as a matter of fact, it has no bind- July or August.
Denver, being the worst storm there j fireman, whom the robbers made a
Walla Walla, Wash. •
ing force in the legal sense. It is
since 1854. Northwestern Nebraska guard of, was seriously wounded.|
FRIDAY. APRIL 5, 1885.
About April 14th a Sunday paper, j
; not found in our statute books or in
also experienced the storm, while at The booty was left in the car when
any of our treaties, but in the mes- to be known as the Sunday Morning Omaha the thermometer stood at
the robbers fled.
Record, is to be started at Independ
Since 1823 the Cubans have made saKe a president, as »^simple dec-
ence by Gus H. Bynon, late of Sa
Much Treatment Without Avail
five efforts to throw off the autocrat laration of sentiment. Congress did lem.
The abstract of sanitary reports,
Major B. B. Tuttle of Portland is
ic grip of Spain. The last insurrec
as made by the surgeon-general, the new adjutant general of the Ore Hood’s Sarsaparilla Effects Benefi*
The Oregon experiment station at
clal Change in Constitution.
tion lasted from 1868 to 1876, and practically repudiated it. There
shows the presence of smallpox in 21 gon National Guard.
“C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Maae.:
Spain was compelled to send over was wisdom in it. however, and pub Corvallis will give sacaline. the new states of the Union. Of the cities,
The Prineville jail burned early
“ Dear Sirs: At the age of 10 yean I was
145,000 troops to suppress it. The lic opinion ratified it, and it has forage plant, a thorough trial. Sta Milwaukee has suffered most this, Saturday morning, consuming the confined
to my bed with inflammatory
official dispatches from Havana at
winter, recording 541 cases and 164 body of Frank McNally, confined for rheumatism. I was treated by a local
that time, like those of today, re feature of our foreign policy. The
physician,but relief only came to me with
the warm weather. For 12 years doctoring
presented that the rebellion was of gist of it is contained in the follow Wm. F. Beckman was sentenced to
did me but little good. We read about
ing extract from Monroe’s annual life imprisonment from Douglas coun Telegrams from points in western
the great change Hood's Sarsaparilla
could effect in the entire constitution.
message to congress, December 2. ty last week, for killing his wife and
port that the forest fires are still constantly increasing. Cornices, We concluded to give It a trial and it has
her son, Robert King, on the 10th of
Secretary of State Kincaid is stand 1823:
Made a New Young Man of Me.
raging, but definite information from panels and friezes, medals, boats,
“We owe it to candor and to the last September.
ing between the public treasury and
After taking the contents of three bot
tles 1 was able to walk a little. I have
the railroad commission, whom no amicable relations existing between
Benjamin Harrison, who has been estimated at $200,000 in Kentucky and telegraph poles, are among the continued
to take it and have not missed
body elected and whom nobody
a day for six months. During the bad
dangerously ill, is now dangerously and less in Indiana.
wants. He does not take Attorney powers to declare that we should well”—adapted from Lord Bvron by
April 1st was the 80th anniversary paper; the inventors, it is said, are ;
General Idleman’s opinion as final, consider any attempt on their part several presidential candidates.—
the birth of Prince Bismarck of hoping to find a preparation of com- [ winter weather nor any time since have I
and they will probably draw their to extend their system to any portion Portland Chronicle.
pressed paper that will serve as a!
any of the symptoms of the return
Germany. Wonderful enthusiasm coating for the armor of war vessels, felt
salaries when the supreme court de of this hemisphere as dangerous to
of my rheumatic trouble.” C has . G.
Another flying machine is reported was displayed in its celebration by and not only protect it from corro F
anbheb , Walla Walla, Washington.
cides that they are entitled to them. our peace and safety. With the ex nerrly completed. It is reported to
sion but even add to its power of Hood’s Pills are purely vegetable and do
The people will like Kincaid for the
be in course of construction at Wells, sent enough sausage and beer to resistance.
not purge, pain or gripe. All druggists. 25c.
European power we have not. inter
stand he has taken.
Benton county, and its inventor to provision a besieged garrison.
fered, and shall not interfere. But
be David Vanderpool.
If the Nicaragua canal were in with the governments which have
Sixty-four clerks, mostly women,
The county court of Benton coun
operation our potatoes would be declared their independence, and
on what is known as the bullion roll,
worth about twice as much as they maintained it, and whose independ ty is being petitioned to cut off all have been discharged at Washington.
now are in Portland. Potatoes are ence we have, on great considera allowances to county officials for They were appointed under the
selling at from 1J to 14 cents per tion and on just principles, acknowl deputy hire. This would mean in Sherman purchasing act and when
pound in New York. The freight, edged, we could not view any inter most offices that the work would fall that act was repealed, it was held,
by way of the canal, should not ex position for the purpose of oppress behind.
they could no longer be legally em
Daniel Reinmann and his little son ployed.
ceed J cent per pound.— Rural North- ing them or controlling in any other
manner their destiny by any Euro aged 12, attempted to ford the Wil
Drafts of proclamations opening to
pean power in any other light than as lamette four miles below Eugene, in
the Siletz and other
Tnt press dispatches continue to the manifestation of an unfriendlydis a wagon. They got into swimming
are in the hands
raise new international complica position toward the United States.” water, which floated the wagon box
tions and involve us in fresh rows
This declaration was made in con off. The boy was drowned and the
formal proclamation is expected
with foreign nations as the days go sequence of the high-handed opera
within a few days. The proclama
by. One day we are on the verge of tions of the holy alliance in Europe, struggle.
tion provides that the lands shall be
hostilities with Spain, waiting and the impending probability of an
The county court of Clackamas
subject to entry within thirty days
breathlessly with steam up for a re effort on its part to help Spain sub county, at a cost of less than $100,
of publication. Land officials do not
ply to our ultimatum, the next day due her revolted colonies in South has made the office of its county
expect a rush for the lands such as
we are involved with the land of the America. Mr. Monroe pointed out treasurer proof against robbery by
rushed to the Oklahoma opening and
monkey and hand-organ, and again that in the war between Spain and hold-up. It was accomplished by
the scene shifts and we see Uncle those colonies, our government had putting in iron doors and grating, will adopt measures to secure equal
Sam just reaching out to tweak the maintained a strict neutrality, and and electric bells connecting with treatment for all settlers. An agree
ment with the Siletz Indians pro
tail of the British lion. But nothing he further intimated that there other offices.
vides for the cession of all their un
ever comes of it. The piping times would be no objection to an attempt
Malcolm B. Bradley, who brought allotted lands, the total ceded terri
of peace are upon us, and there is no on the part of Spain alone to re
suit against Clackamas county for tory covering 178,000 acres. The
danger of a foreign war.
conquer them. But he protested
$5,000 damages for the loss of his compensation paid by the govern
against the interference of other na
wife, who in a runaway was thrown ment was $100,000.
Unless present plans fail of ma tions which then represented a
down an embankment into the Clack
terialization, Eugene V. Debs will be monstrous conspiracy against human
Early Saturday morning the north
amas river and drowned, was last
the choice of Indiana as the candidate rights and free government. He
bound Oregon express on the South
week given a verdict for $1,000. A
of the populist party for president in proclaimed, in other words, that the
ern Pacific was held up near Marys
compromise verdict of $500 on an
1896. Debs clubs, having for their nefarious work of the holy alliance
ville, Cal., and the result of the hold
other suit for $5,000 for the loss of
object the capture of the Indiana could not be extended to this side of
up was the death of James J. Bogard,
his daughter in the same accident,
delegation to the national conven the Atlantic without protest and op
the well-know’n and efficient sheriff
We Have The
was agreed upon.
tion, are being-organized throughout position on our part; and the people
of Tehama county, who was a pas
Tuesday morning a carload of po senger on the train bound for home,
northern Indiana The promoters agreed with him in that respect.
of the movement to bring about His “doctrine” was intended to ap tatoes left Oregon City for Galves and occupying a berth in the tourist
amalgamation of the industrial or ply to a particular emergency, and ton, Texas. They were shipped by sleeping car, and a robber, six feet
ganizations in the interest of the it had the desired effect, owing in F. T. Barlow, the well-known mer high, weighing about 200 pounds.
labor leader are prominent members some measure to the fact that it was chant of this city. He will ship an The first intimation that the engin
of the Knights of Labor, whose re-inforced by the flat refusal of other carload Monday, and at fre eer and fireman had of the presence
chieftain, Grand Master Workman England to act with the allied pow quent intervals thereafter so long as of robbers was when, at the place
Sovereign, in an interview at Colum ers in the proposed scheme of inter the market will justify. This is the mentioned, one climbed over from
bus, Ohio, Friday, nominated Debs vention in American affairs. That first potatoes ever exported out of the blind baggage and commanded,
for the presidency.
is to say, it was aimed at the holy the state other than to California at the point of a pistol, that the
alliance, and nothing else, strictly from this city, and indicates the be train be stopped. This demand was
A covple of New York clergymen speaking; but it suited the country ginning of a new era to our farmers. so earnest that brakes were applied.
of the Protestant Episcopal church as a general principle, and it has ac When the people export as much as When a stop was made, they were
We Make The
recently set the whole country’ quired by tradition and the logic of they import there will be fewer bank commanded to move about 100 feet
wondering and talking, by advocat events a much wider significance
perity will come to Oregon that will robber caused them to jump from
ing Sunday opening of saloons in the than originally belonged to it.
the train, and, with others who ap
interest of laboring men. The ques When the Monroe doctrine is now be permanent.— Enterprise.
tion arose, has there been a revo spoken of, it implies a kind of stand A robbery at Briggs Bros.’ store, peared to come from a hiding place
lution of thought on this question? ing antagonism to all efforts of for Dilley, was reported Friday morn in the roadway, made them request
Have the clergy living in the light of eign nations to secure or extend do ing, March 22d.
Goods to the that the express car be opened.
experience in the great city discov minion on this hemisphere, or to ob amount of $300 were taken, the This was done, but the robbers could
ered the error of their former way tain commercial or other advantages store having been pretty thoroughly find nothing of value in the safe, as
and turned squarely about? It which may be detrimental'to our in cleaned out. The amount and kind the combination was not in the
seems not. Only two of them, and terests. There is a prevailing senti of goods taken indicated that the job hands of the messenger. The two
they have only succeeded in making ment to the effect that European in had been done by parties living some railroad men were then commanded
ridiculous spectacles of themselves. fluence should be confined to Europe, where near. Deputy Sheriff Vaughn to go into the cars. The colored
A meeting of the clergy of the same and that this hemisphere should be and Constable Sappington with two porter in the sleeper just beyond the
denomination was held last week and left free to work out its own destiny assistants overhauled the guilty par day coach became aware that a rob
very strong resolutions passed disa in its own way. It is true that ties the next day at the Calvin Pom bery was in progress, and, knowing
vowing the sentiment. It does not when France invaded
Mexico, eroy place near Greenville. The offi that Sheriff Bogard was in a berth,
take a scholar to comprehend their Seward held that we had no right to cers went into the yard and the old called him. That heroic man was in
intervene, “whether to establish or man appeared with his shotgun. his shoes and trousers in an instant,
That there is nothing in the maintain a republican or even a do Meanwhile two men, afterwards and armed with his heavy revolver,
trade of the saloon
keeper which mestic government there, or to over
started for the door to the north.
should make it an exception to the throw an imperial or foreign one, if known to be John Holcomb and John He crossed the platform between the
Pomeroy, left the barn for the brush.
long-settled policy of the state, which
protects the right of rest and quiet Mexico should choose to establish Deputy Sheriff Hughes and Williams sleeper and day coach, and, as he
worship on Sunday by forbidding it;” and it is equally true that in the arrived and a search was made of entered the latter at the south door,
ordinary traffic on that day. That recent case of Hawaii, the present the barn and half the stolen goods
the Sunday liquor traffic is especially administration intervened, not in be
were found there. Another member
dangerous, because on that day large
the gang was found and arrested NEVER TOO LATE TO MEND
numbers, released from their ordi
—the bad habits and
nary employments, are tempted by
at Nehalem. The captured were early vices of young
the open saloon, to spend in drink thrown monarchy. These exceptions brought before the grand jury and men and their dis
and dissipation the earnings needed count for nothing, however, so far as are lying in jail awaiting trial. Hol ces. Young men
OF THE WORLD
for the support of their families.
old men, those
the general feeling of the country is comb and Pomeroy have not been and
FOR A TRIFLE.
who suffer from
concerned. Our people are opposed I captured. This is an old gang that nervous debility and
Edison, the wizard, has gained con to every form of foreign aggression,
is supposed to have been carrying on wasting away of the
trol of the phonograph franchise and hostile or peaceable, direct or indi this kind of work for a number of vital strength and
promises improvements which will rect. That is what they understand years, and the public will be glad to power
Grains or intemper
astonish the public. The phono the Monroe doctrine to mean. They see them get their just deserts.
ate habits can readi
ly find relief for body and mind by writing
graph has been controlled by the interpret it as standing for the spirit
the World’s Dispensary Medical Associa
J. O. Hanthorn, one of the most tion, of Buffalo, N. Y. They employ a full
North American Phonograph Com of Americanism. There is no holy
staff of physicians and Specialists, who
pany, which went into the hands of alliance for them to fear, and there prominent salmon packers on the treat at a distance by correspondence or at
Invalids’ Hotel and Surgical Institute
Receiver John U. Hardin last Au never will be another one; but they Columbia, says that “the only salva the
of Buffalo, all this class of diseases. Those
« Twenty-pace journal, is the leading Republican family
gust. The company was capitalized have a fixed prejudice against Euro
who suffer from low spirits, irritable
taper of the United State». It is a NATIONAL FAMILY
PAPER, and gives all the general news of the United State«.
ar <6,000,000 in 1888, and James Lip pean influence, and can not be recon
tem. and such distressing symptoms as
It gives the events of foreign lands in a nutshell. Its AG
pincot, the promoter, went insane ciled to the least assertion of it in
RICULTURAL department has no superior in the country.
Ils Market Reports are recognized authority. Separate depart
purpose of putting into effect such a
when he found it was a fizzle. The cisatlantic affairs.— Olobe Democrat.
ments for “THE FAMILY CIRCLE,” “OUR YOUNG
or abuses, all the result of exhausting dis
FOLKS,” and "SCIENCE AND MECHANICS.” Its “HOME
eases or drains upon the system,—will find
receiver had advertised for bids for
AND SOCIETY” columns command the admiration of wives
and daughters. Its general political news editorials and
the entire assets, and Mr. Edison’s
prescriptions sent them from the Invalids'
The London daily News speaking
discussions ar« comprehensive, brilliant and exhaustive
offer of <120,100 has been accepted. of the republican victory in Chicago
tion of medical men have prepared a book
In this connection Mr. Edison said: gives credit to her own country as , as we can secure the cash and open i written in plain but chaste language, treat-
“The company has one asset which I follows: “This clean sweeping of , up books, active work along practi by home treatment, of such diseases The
’s Dispensary Medical Association,
am willing to pay a high price for; the most corrupt government in the cal lines will begin. We shall estab World
Proprietors of the Invalids’ Hotel and Sur
A SPECIAL CONTRACT enables us to offer this splendid
that is a claim on all my future in world is ascribed to John Burns’ lish at least one hatchery, and per-1 gical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y., will, on re
of this notice, with io cents tin stamps journal and the REPORTER for
ventions and improvements of the plain speaking and Mr. Stead's ap haps two, on the Columbia river. As ceipt
for postage) mail, sealed in plain envelope,
phonograph. I do not care to have peals, which touched patriotic pride the Washington legislature gener a copy of this useful book. It should be
ously appropriated funds for a proj read by every young man, parent and guar
any one else have a lien on my brains, or stirred the public conscience.”
dian in the land.
ect of a similar nature, it is almost
so I made a bid which proved higher
CASH IN ADVANCE.
than all others. I shall manufacture
Harry St. John, son of ex-Govern- certain that perhaps five propagating
The Key to the Situation
the phonographs myself now, and or St. John of Kansas, and a member . establishments will be turning mil
—if you suffer from Sick or Bil
<Tbe regular subscription for the two papers is $2.00.)
*xpect to keep all the promises I of the last Oklahoma legislature, lions of healthy young fry into the
ious Headache, Constipation,
made when I first introduced them. shot and killed his wife on the 3d, at
any derangement of the stomach,
Subscriptions may begin at any time.
liver and Dowels—is Dr. Pierce’s
I am going in for households, instead his home two miles west of Oklaho- the close of the present season. Not
Addresa all orders to
of niekle-iu-the-slot machines, and in ma City. A letter addressed to his
gently, but thoroughly and ef
fectively, they cleanse, renovate
a short time expect to produce an i wife fell into bis hands, and confront- scheme, but outsiders who are indi-
and regulate the entire system.
entire opera or a complete novel on a ing her with a gun demr.uded to know rectly interested are ready to back One little "Pellet ” fora gentle laxative—
cylinder. It will cost a good deal, the writer. She refused, and was . it with cash subscriptions. Better three for a cathartic. They’re purely vege- Write your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Best, Room 2,
I table and perfectly harmless: these tiny,
Tribune Building, New York City, and a sample copy of The New York
I days for salmon are coming.”
Lut it will pay me."
sugar-coated granules of Dr. Pierce.
shot through the breast.
Weekly Tribune will be mailed to you.
Yamhill County Reporter.
Our Stock is now Complete, and our Prices
lower than ever. Now that
House Cleaning is in Order
We call Especial Attention to
$1 to $3.50 per pair.
The best of Coffees, Spices and
Groceries are found here.
Lime 50 cents a barrel !
Hodson has a large quantity of lime which he will sell at the
above price. Did you ever buy lime at that price, or hear of its selling so
cheaply before. There is a great bargain in this lime.
KAY & TODD’S. SPRING
to Suit the Times
Examine our prices before
Paint your house
Make your garden
Hodson has best quality and cheapest prices in paints and
Go and see him before you paint your house this spring.
Of course you will make some garden. Hodson can supply
you with everything you need for gardening.
Call in and see:
O O HODSON
JUST A MINUTE
of Your Time Please ! -
To remind you of how cheap we are selling the staples for cash.
20 pounds Gratjulated Sugar...........
5 gallon oil can filled for....................
1 pound Dr. Price’s Baking Powder
1 pound Schilling’s Baking Powder
Good Table Peaches
3 cans Standard Tomatoes.............. .. .25
2 packages Gold Dust................
1 pound Best Japan Tea
50 pound sack Star Flour
All Crockery and Queensware at Cost. Everything Sold
Correspondingly Low Prices.
The highest market price paid for marketable produce.
Compare these prices with other
competitors and see if those wbo
follow do not sometimes lead.
E. L WEED.
front grocery .
KAY & TODD.
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