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A HEALTHFUL DECISION.
1 1 The supreme court h ts rendered a The auctioneer's license at Oregon
BY HOKER b'OlHKKS
THURSDAY, .NOV. 12, 1890.
Persons who no doubt wish Tub
Journal well in some other sphere of
action, are circulating (lie report that
thcpapcr.and its publisher nrc go
ing to remove to Montana or son.c
oilier state. e are sorrj not 10
gratify our well-wishers, but must
enter a general denial against Mich
widely circulated reports. Our hopes,
homes and possessions are in Oregon
The editor of The Journal was
offered the management of one of Mic
largest dailies in a silver state, but de
clined the honor, as he prefers Oregon
as a home. Oregon people have
treated the The Journal with more
kindness than it has deserved, and
they arc still treating it kindly and
The Journal will stay. It ncvei
thought of going away. It Is a good
newspaper property. It has not made
any money the past few years, but it
has incurred no debts. It is strictly
independent and enjoys the prestige
of Influence with a larger number of
all parties than any paper in Oregon.
It may interest the real friends of
The Journal to know that its typo
graphical force has been Increased
and Its composing rooms electric
lighted. Its circulation is being
pushed in this city and county and in
every county of the state as never be
fore. Come in and see our evidences
of stability and prosperity.
healthful decision in the eastern Ore-,' City is $8 for '2i hours.
iron Asylum case. It will bo worth The Puyalup. (Wash), Hop Coin-
much to the people of Oregon in put- Pany lias been sued for $1 2,00ft
ting an end to logrolling "Institu- There is reported to be so.ne bluuk-
..... leu among the cattle in Grant county,
tlons" Into every remote part of the , . , , , ,
t . ii. i. o .ni Judgement has been rendered
state. No chapter of politics will ilga,nst tlcSa,emytatcsm.ull,llbllsl.
bear less scrutiny Mian the combines jnc Company for $350.
by which legislatures, have been Frank Moore, a gambler tf Astoria,
loaded down of late years. while in a scrap bit off the nose of
In asserting that the constitution Jim Gardner. Moore was lined $."().
is tne highest law of the land and Hon. M. L. Pipes, or Portland, a
that the legislature can only act with- "McKlnley Democrat,'' wants to be
,, ... ., ,. - ,. L'. ". iYLlUIIIlM UIIUUI LIIU I ilCUIUIUU .
in the prescribed limits thereof, the ,,,,,.,..' bi
court returns to the doctrine of strict , A rd strlke )s u mvo
construction that is safest in theso maclc in the Hciishuw Consolidated
days when so much political power mine. An assay Is said to have- been
has been wrested from the people. made which shows $83 per ton in gold.
The court has rtruily and clearly in- About 1,000,000 young salmon died
dilated that it will so construe the utl,e Clackamas hatchery by some
a uu uuiy visiuiu
constitution for the protection of the
sign be'ng a small white spot on the
THE OLD TRYfTINcTlSj-Atfe M
TImmIchm len.i-.i.iMieMWj 'rot, S
Tlio moon UiOilnlnK bright l: m
Something hat i-otii dimmed mytyn
Across tlio pnlli nnr li.i'liiw Hv
The path two Iro.I m Iliriitly-
It was upon ii uUhl 111.0 this
Lovo loft in iml winiiwi
I held lurtlttlu IihiiiI In mine:
That iivtlrw I l hip divine.
Thcii there wiw no tomorrow.
Slnco I liavo learned life's lesson wall
Hearts nro not cosy broken.
TonlKht nil Joys I have forirot:
There's something tacrcd In this spot.
Where swrct Koodliys were spoken.
IM feel less lonely with mjtclf
If I wore broken liciirtco:
Would I mqlil II v Unit iilshtnsrnln.
With nil l: r,i lnrs!"sweetenc(l pain.
When love from love was jmrtcdl
LINCOLN'S GETTYSBURG SPEECH.
m ujhf phu-osof
people at.d, It tue people sees: ils pro- belly.
tectlon against any misuse of Mie pub- , (jeorjo F. McConneli, who is sen
ile money.undcr this decision they will ing a sentence In the penltcntiaey for. tho weight of conquest, but still dnunt-
Thlc rWlalnn nnnin .it. iorererv. lilS SOlllC CaSCS neilt I1L' tl tie 'a lu Jla .iimuricaii iiuiu, uim uiu uiuu
Sublime una I'liiinorlnl, TIioucu Matthew
irm)il Up-1 Herr llfwl f It.
I stood e!vs3 by nnd heard that speech
delivered. It canio upon us after tho
ponderous and olaborato rhotorio of Ed
ward Everett liko a blazo of real flro
after a matchless pictnro of flro. It
sprang, liko tho strophes of old, out of
h chastened heart almost broken with
a time when It will be appreciated by
the people, as they had come to tlink
they had no protection against jobbery
whatever. If a legislature could be
chosen that would have a like regard
for the law it would be still better.
CHANGING TO GOLD.
Dr. J. N. Smith, of Salem, a prom
inent member of the next Oregon
legislature has the courage to be un
disguisedly for gold; "I do not be
lieve in International agreement. It
was put in the platform to catch
votes. I do not believe we can ever
get any international agreement. I
am a single gold standard man out
Tills talk was had this week with a
prominent public man of this county.
Dr. Smith deserves credit for ills un
equivocal and outspoken position. He
was one of the strongest anti-Dolph
iten in the great struggle of two
years ago. He made the canvass as
an outspoken Mitchell man. Dr.
Smith is deserving of not a little
credit for putting himself squarely
before the people. That is what the
McKinley platform means.
It doesn't mean silver at all. Sena
tor Mitchell deceived a great many
Republicans into believing that the
McKinley platform ever meant silver.
Thousands of Republicans in Oregon
voted for McKinley on Senator
Mitchell's representations. They will
learn that Senator Mitchell himself
is no longer a silver man.
The N, Y, Mall and Express; prints
the following as tho probable first
outline of Major McKinley's cabinet.
For secretary of state, Benjamin
Harrison, of Indiana.
Forsecretary of. the treasury, Cor
nelius N, Bliss, of New York. CZT3
For secretary of war, Russell A.
Alger, of Michigan.
For attorney-general, George R.
Peck, of Illinois.
For postmaster-general, Henry Clay
Evans, of Tennessee.
For secretary of tho navy, Charles
A. Boutolle, of Maine.
For sesretary of the interior, Felix
Agnus, of Maryland.
For secretary of agriculture, Joseph
M. Carey, of Wyoming.
Of course, Banker Albert, who Iuib
told tho Oregonlan that -the tariff
must bo let alone and that tho country
must have finance legislation, will
not tell the public what financial
legislation is needed,
Take No Substitute.
, - CONDENSED MILK
tin ilvravictood FIRST In tha Mtlrm.
lion of'tht American I'copU. No other U
U. S. district court for forging postal
The Ranler Review has shuffled oil
its mortal coil of Ixistcnce. It is im
possible to run a paper on ozone en
tirely, however much the editor is in
Wages have just been reduced in
the coal mines at Jackson, O., from
01 to 4." cents per ton. The Oregonlan
We should not expect too much of .did not put Mils in its prosperity col
umn, out elsewhere.
Portland is a great city. A man
the politician. Papeis like Harper's
Weekly which bitterly opposed Reed
of Maine and McKinley of Ohio
for beim: silver men, and car
tooned them as advocates of
white dollars, up to the moment
they had a platform for yellow dollars
shoved under their feet. Now those
men are lauded as statesmen, and Mie
great men of every state hasten to
give them banquets.
Suppose the election had gone
against them? The gold press of the
nation would have declared that these
men had never been sincere ana were
defeated because they were tainted
with the "Silver Heresy." Now success
gilds Mieir mighty efforts at summer
saulting and all the "Goldys" bow in
silent adulation of their true greatness.
Reed and McKinley arc true types
of American politicians who aspire
to sussess and true greatness in the
estimation of other politicians.
There is a greatness that prefers a
clear conscience and adherence to"
principle rather than office, but the
number who walk in that-unpopular
and thorny patli Is not amazingly
DRAIN NORMAL NOTES.
Our school still increases, as there
are about ten new students to enter
school next Monday.
The Christian Association is still
progressing. Prof. Reynolds led Mie
last meeting, which was good.
The Excelsior society will render
the following program Saturday:
Song, by society; reading, Lola Gard
ner; recitation, Susie Sawyer; talk, J.
Patterson; song, by society; talk,
Prof. Reynolds; recitation, Richard
Goln, song, Daisy Badger; readingi
James Blanchard, recitation, Frank
Highwander; song, by society;
Program Docindia Literary next
Wednesday, will be as follows: Read
ing, Jennie Hefty; extemporary,
speech, Trank Conway; song, Gard
ner Bros.; recitation, EllaSpaulding;
reading, Carl Reynolds; song, by soci
ety; recitation, Frank Highwander.
The New York Mail and express de
clares that 'the Republican congress
must pass "an emergency tariff bill"
to protect Mie treasury. It says Mr.
Cleveland would have signed the
Dingley tariff bill, which passed at
the last session. Between the tariff
tinkers and the finance tinkers Mr.
McKinley will have no easy task,
when it is recalled that lie
prosperity tinker himself.
named II.P. Bush was locked up in the
city jail for seven days, when he was
discharged as there was no complaint
against him and it was not known
what he was there for.
The Dalles City filed the first mani-
who spoko tho words was, for tho mo
mont, transfigured for us, and his fur
rowed fnco and gaunt form took on
rttn Itr.l. 4l.tif ,.. tiJ nil Intirl ef
rea, eo that ho beenmo the arcliotypo of
I tho pcoplo themselves, uttering better
than ha know tiid groat prayer of that
finer nnd better humanity that onr fa
thers nnd wo boliovedwnsto conio with
liberty nnd equality out of btorm nnd
stress nnd nn unshaken confidence in
But I don't think any of ns thon
know how mnstorful is tho speech of
tho liunmn heart when it comes through
tho furnaco to theso great occasions and
plants its sad sincerity by tho sido of
mero scholarship and tho grooved thun
der of rhetoric.
Wo had to livo on for n qnnter of n
century nnd seo that brief speech burn
ing with uuqucucliablo flamo in onr
It itiiwnti hard to own? bulky honw
Mifljbo n fliiristiiin j - t'tf jgvio time.
To jogor not to jo? -lli.it is the qu
Hon. Well, yon know how it in oin
Theory is pood, hut pnsctiro boats it '
when it comes to uulo heats, best three in
A horso, liko n person. 3 handicapped
to n certain extent throughout life by on i
Tho farmer breeder who cuts short th
food supply of Ins colts is taking money
from his own popkt.
When tlio Women Vote.
Thoy woro discussing a proposed on
tartnimncnt when tho caller nsked:
"Iltwo you invited Misw do Vcrcy?"
"Oil, dear, nol" replied tlio hostess.
"I couldn't think of It fur n moment. "
"But, my dear child, sho is n charm
ing conversationist and a sploudid
dancer. Sho is wonderfully attractive
hi tho ballroom."
"I know it, " admitted hor hostess,
"but you boo sho is nn offensivo parti
"Yes, indood. Why, sho tried to got
mo to voto tlio Republican tickor, and I
couldn't for n moment think of giving
her nn opportunity to mako convorts nt
my dnuco. I'vo had to lenro hor out"
"Naturally, under thoso cirenm
stances, " ncquiosced tho collnr. "But
how about Mrs. Wilkins?"
"Not snitablo person to invito, my
dear. Slio's not in our sot nt nil."
"I lindu't heard of that. What's tho
"How thoughtless of you I Why, alio
doesn't oven voto in our ward. " Chi
i ' " "" 7r-r-
iSOSiS 0. lUifpr
If is oft. n d.fll.ult lo lonvince poo
pie their hlood.is impure, until dread
ful carbuncles, al)M.Tvses, bolls, serof-
uiii ur Bint riii-mii, nro painrtu proof of
i the Tact. It is wisdom now, or when
: ever there is nny indication of
blood, to take Hood's Sarsiijuirilln, and
prevent such eruptions ami Mirfi;ting.
"I hnd a dreadful carbuncle nbsccss
red, fiery, flcrco nnd soro. Tho doctor at
tended mo over bcvcii weeks. Wlion tho
nbsccss broke, tho pains wero terrlble.and
1 thought I should not llvo through it. I
heard and read bo much about Hood's
Sarsnparllla, Mint I decided to take it, and
my husband, who was aalforlng with
bolli, took it also. It soon purified our
3i1inri11rirt10 mwl cfntiflini rvnf TvfMi mn1
festof freight and passengers with the'. 1C ,. ,. -, t .,,winA
superintendendent, of the Locks, at history to comprehend how God. "an
12:30 Thursday, and the Regulator ' touch with a living coal tho lips of a
hied hers, the first from the upper
river to Portland, at noon Friday.
On November lird Lane county cast
4,907 votes for president while Linn
county cast 4,980 votes, giving Lane
the lead by 17 votes. This makes Lane
the fourth voting county in the state,
only Multnomah, Marion and Clacka
mas exceeding her.
Ilallic Wilkins, of Corvallis, who
lost his arm in a bicycle and street
car collision, has received a new arti
ficial arm from St. Paul. He can use
the arm to advantage. It weighs less
Mian a pound and is inadoof rawliide
and so treated as to appear well.
The U. S. grand jury docket is as
follows: There arc fourteen cases to
be investigated, among them being
two cases of countei felting gold coin,
three defaulting postmasters, two
writers of obscene letters, two cases of
firing forests on government land and
one of forging postal money orders.
Seven thousand three hundred and
twenty-one votes were cast in Marlon
county. The average majority for
McKinley is about 323. E. L. Smith
received Mie largest vote on Mie Re
publican ticket, and E. Ilofcr, not
withstanding the pergonal fight
against him, on the Democratic
Bucklen's Arnica balve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tctter,chapped hands,chilblains,
corn, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction or money refunded. Price 25
cents per box. For sale by Fred A
Full Details Gladly Given.
A Railroad Official's Experience.
Dealer in groceries, paints, oils,
window glass, varnishes, and
the most complete stock of
brushes of all kinds in the
state, Artists' materials, lime,
hair, cement and shingles, and
finest quality of grass seeds.
built mo up and rostored my health so
that, although tho doctor said I would
not bo nblo to work hard, I have slnco
done tlio work for 20 people. Hood's Sar
HRparilla cured my husband of tho bolls,
nnd wo regard it a wonderful medicine"
Mus. Anna I'ETEnso.N, Latimer, Kansas.
Is tlio One True Wood TurlUcr. All riruKghts. St.
iwj i rani
eastern cities. u'' bar
Steamer, eave Al !".
Steamer Rmh from mu., , . ,
charge for baEglce ..., M ,,
toi full details call on Buls. x ,.
agents, S.!,m. Oregon, o?a& '
Hrrr1c Dillc CHrellvcrllli.caiytotakc,
nOOQ S KIIIS easy to opi'i-atf. !fliM'iil
WANTED. To trade a Kranich & Hack
piano for a house und lot. If nny lia ai.ie,
will be willing'to pay in installments. 1'isro
has been in use only two mo.itln and a- i od
ns new. See G L Hro.vn at County Tieas
urer's ofTici at "Court IIou-.e. n 10.31
AN rLD.-A young JaMi,ec teC(;ive ' u aUciltioI1 and satc
k at housework or any k.nd of la T,uck ami Jravs found on the
ire at No. I..S Court at. ove I Stalc ana Commercial streets. Ex
'e Viinnn lif I ...
TO RENT. A largo, rooity barn,
at this office.
GET YOUR FEATHERS CLEANED.r
We the undersigned are now renovating
feathers at 186 Ferry street, for the next 30
days. All ladies that consider cleanliness
next to Godliness should have their feather
beds throughly icnovated at once. Bedrock
prices. Respectfully yours, Franklin fc
Glaze. 10 12 im
FOR RENT A 1 1 room house, in good re
pair with barn and good well water. With
one and a half lots. Enquire at premises on
iqth and Chemeketa. 10 6 im
CARPET PAPER Large lot of heavy
Drown wrapping paper lor sale cheap, las
111c iiniig lor puling unucr curpeis
LOST A brown purse containing two lines
and some postage stamps For reward call
at 105 Commercial street. 10-30 3t
Electric Bitters is a medicine suited for any
season, but perhaps more generally needed
when the liver is torpid nnd sluggish and the
need of a tonic and alterative is felt. A
prompt use of this medicine has often averted
loni; and pethaps fatal billious fevers. No
medicine will act more surely in counteract'
ing and freeing the system from the malarial
poison. Headache, Indigestion, Constipa.
tion, Dirtiness yeild to Electric Hitlers. 50
cents and $.100 per bottle at Fred A. Legg's
Tlio Coimrtnershlii heretofore ex
isting between W. A. Hamilton &
John Molr under the firm nnino of
Hamilton & Molr is this day mut
ually dissolved. All claims due to
said linn to bo paid to V. A. Hamilton.
Any bills against said 11 rm will be paid
by each one paying one-half. W. A.
Hamilton continues tlio bulsnc?s.
W. A, Hamilton.
Salem, Oregon' October 22nd 189U.
Mil. EDWARD EDMONDS, long con
nected with railroad constructlou la
Nebraska.wrltcs: "My heart troubled
and pained mo for 13 years. Shortness of
breath was tho constant and most common
symptom. Intense, excruciating pain, Gener
ally f olltnyuii any sovtiro iaxt.rtiou. Faintness,
hunger wlthouiuuyuviitilltu; fluttering that
marto rbclntch my bieast, and palpitation
that often suisgeteu me as If I would tall,
wero frequent uitanj;s. A;ain, everything
would turn blacu if I aroao from a, stooping
posiuro quh-'Uly. Sleepiua nights with their
TV IVFilPQ' proatruting unrest wero
xji . iiiu.o numerous and I could
Heart CUre got no rot day or night
. . I consulted lcadiug phy-
leSt0feS slclans ami tried adver-
TTpnltll tised remedies. They
nCiUUl ., gavo mono relief. Ono of
Dr. Miles' circulars described my cuso eo
exactly that I tool: Dr. Miles' Now Heart
Curo and I am now a well man. I hope
every one troubled with heart duoaso will
try Dr. Miles' remodius. If thoy will write
mo personally, I will gladly givo thorn full
dotailsof my experience." Eiw. Edsionds.
1 O. liox 65, David Oity, Nebraska.
Dr. Mile' Heart dure Is sold on guarantee
that first bottle beuoflta or money refunded.
rail splitter just ns ho touched tho Hpa
of a tcntruakor of Tnrsus nnd liftod the
untutored heart of tho shoemakor, Bun
yan, into communion with tho immor
tals. Turn it every way you oan, tho Get
tysburg speech stands uniquo ns a briof
literary autl patriotic composition. It is
tbo noblest condensation into tho fittest
words of nil tho emotions, aspirations
nnd sentiments that millions of mute
people wanted nt that moment to utter.
So inwrought is that spcocb with the
heart of tho occasion, and so majostio
ally docs it sweup over into tho tirao to
como, that 1 should think all men everywhere-
would discern its intrinsic quali
ty. But that ts not tho caso.
1 remember talking with Matthow
Arnold when ho was in this country
about Abraham Lincoln yon will re
member that l:o Frid of Lincoln that he
had no "dibtuctioti" and I called bis
attention to tliu ietrysburg spuech. I
shall mvir U?z?t tho importurbablo
Saturday IJenuv staro with which he
asked, "Ah, ,hat s tho GottyBburg
Ho had never heard of it. I boiiovo
when ho went back ho aked Professor
Bryco what it was about, and when it
was limited up in an American school
book and shown to him ho read it hasti
ly and put it away with oommisorating
Suppo.o you ask M. Bourgor, who is
looking iuto tho American heart by tho
way of tho American bodico and on
Bpaco ratos, if hn lias read the Ottys- .
burg speech. I happen to know of my , -
own knowlodgo that Tb.lHit Louis Rfi Jim TV Tfi f fj A ff
Stovenson had not hr;.i(l, " it whin ho llU I V L. 11 LVin 1 1
was oxploring rur euntuant, nnd 5-':t 1
Lopol GrifTn aiivl Rudy.rd Kipling had J
an idea that it was a newspaper fal:o. On city or farm property.
Tho curient number of Tlio Saturday 1 T. K. FORDJ
Review lies open beforo 1110, and this is , Uver unsii's nank,
what my oyo falls 011:
"Tho common American delusion
that thoro havo been a number of great
American poots, that thcro is indeed
tuch n thing ns American literatnro,
disports itsolf with unusual pomposity. '
It is impossibio for theso literary
prigs of a special cult to understand
that thoro may bo stimulaut condi
tions of national lifo that wake into
tumultuous notivity all tho higher and
better functions of tho soul prior to tlio
chartered formulation of thorn into nn
art, and that it is in theso periods of
awakoning nnd not in tho after reposo
of an olaborato rcstlieticism tho most
procious heartbeats of tho raco havo
mado themselves heard and folt, some- 1
C JHL. MACK,
- DENTIST. -
Successor to Dr. J. M. Keene, old White
Corner, Salem, Or. Parties desiring superioi
operations at moderate fees in any branch are
in especial request.
Meets all masl and passenger trains. Bag
,'.ige und cxpievi to all parts of the city,
I'rompt set vice. Telephone No. 70.
cm Truck and Dray Co.
Did rs placed widi the above company will
ons at all trains nnd boats. In connection
Enquiie with our business we will alno run a feed
LADIES, I make big wages at home, and
want all to have the same opportunity The
work i very pleasant nnd will easily pay $18
weekly. This ts no deception. I want no
money and will gladly send full particulars to
a)l tending stamp. Miss M A Stebbius, Law.
rence. Mich 26 611
C. H. LANE,
21 1 Commsrciul
rySuiti. $15 upwards.
st , Salem Or
store. Handling Hour, mill leut, oil meal,
oats, chopped feed, straw, hay and wood at
the lowest cash prices.
Phone 86. SAVAGE & CO.
G. A. Back, proprietor, 327 Com
mercial street. Fresh pics, cakes and
bread always on hand, "just like your
mother used to make."
SALEM WATER CO.
Office: Willamette Hotel Ouildiu"
For water service apply at office, bill
payable monthly in advance. Make Ja
complaints at the office.
There will le no deduction in water rate
on account of temporary absence from the
city unless notico is left at the offic:.
Hereafter water for itrigation will only be
furnished to regular consumers using walei
for domestic purpose. Contractors for sidt
walks, brick work and plastering will pleaie
read "under building purposes" page 17 ol
schedule of rates for 1893. Apply at
Foot of Trade st.
G. M. POWERS,
Ibon Pac.ic System
1 hrough Pullman Palace Steepen. Toniii'
Sleepers and Free; Reclining Chai- 'iili
Portland to Chicago,
Our trains arj Iieital bv stein ud
li(hled by Pintsch II 'it.
Time to Chicago, j 1 i jijts
Time to New Yorlc, 4 1-2 daw.
Which is many hoati quieter thin 1 n
For rate-., time tables and fulljiiloririlici
norsE e BABKEU,
Agents, Sale 1, Ui.
R.jW IJAXTEU. C. E. BROWN.
C-eneral Vcent j Dist.Pass. .ijent '
H? Third Street. Porthnl.
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE,
160 acre fine prairie faim near Junction
City, 80 acres in cultivation price $2tooo.
Qr frt frtrt t , ,:iAt. e ..:t, r nit.. .
farina ti lnlf nvrinnlofntminiS linr nfrnn. ' H ..' . T T
Ulvt Alt AJbllA t.l bAUU4thJ . lJt? J V V UI IVJI' nnwMe n milliirn tifs n l mn ri-u
111 wiwa 111 bUitiTutiui, a uiyaiu ?( tuuu 1
or in organ blasts which havo set tho 80 aeres near Waterloo, 25 acres in cultiva. '
koy of liberty nnd flxed tbo vocabulary . tion $6oo- 1
loo acres near Waterloo, 40 acres
Salem Steam Laundry
Please notice the cut in prices
on the following
Shirts, plain ..locent
Under drawers 5 to 10 cents
Socks, per pair .'.. . 3 cents
irnmllri.i-ellinf'i: I Cent
Silk handkerchiefs 3 cents
and other work in proportion.
Flannels ancLother work in.
telhgently washed by hand,
lol. J, Ulmsted rrop,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWfcLEK,
Makes a sp-ially of line repair work, Seth
Tlionia clockb. elL., 215 ( nn nieicml Slietl
Of hope and viotory.
Boforo oloqnouco or poetry wns nn urt
it was a bnrning soul and fetched its
style from tho agonies nnd inystorics of
an untutored nature.
Lot us by all means confer distino
tion on a deathless utterance by mold
ing it in bronzo. If wo add metal enough
and surround it witli tho nrabeequo of
. . h rinrv . I'liiniin iii:iiuuul'iiiii
111 Ctlitt flH lAiiPii1lnUnfl(faBi Vmi iati hn triifllnrl at
vation, 91,300, HBhomoforBameprlcoundorsamoKUiiraa
200 acres naar Waterloo, 25 acres n cu ti. , iWJy,;iouprl?SomoaH5roiw ivi.'S
.,-.; i.u Hi"itracttopayrallroadfarcanahotclbllls,ana
vanon-11,000. j nocharse.irwefantoeuro.Ifyouhavotakeninerj
20 acres, o miles south of Salem .cheap. cury, lodido potash, and etlll bavo acnes npa
13 acres, VA miles south of Salem cheat)
18 acres, miles south of Salem .cheap, any part ol tlio body, Uulr or Eye
to acres.4 miles southwest of Salem ut ' '9 tl,lfl Secondary 1JL
- ... . nit irtinrnnrnn rnrnrn. WARniiri
uooci nouses te iraue lor rancbes or ; rr caDa nd cimUonco tho world for n
TlgJ, & llHw'HVCiliH
lui.clilis to trade for large tracts, hou
v etc 11 you li.ive bouses to rent or want
lirtufl fnfntift fn 4-f liatif A vitrtlrla innn
.,.,'.,. , ., .1 in ,, , tn rent n house, or have cows or wood or any-
join tho pilgrims and throw the Lnglish tothing to sell o trade, or want any notarial
muuiu ui u nwi miucii .m.Du upuii work done, pension papers made out, rail on
mo tauter, wnion, uiiur iui, ih out, a
weak bioroglyph of tho record in 70,
000,000 hearts. Andrew C. Wheolor
In Nov York Sun.
' pains, mucous l'atcncs m moulti, aoiat, iirowi,
1'linples, Copper Colored Knots, U"Jr8 oa
, W H .u.u wwvwHH. --i-
wo cuarontco to cure, wo solicit mo nni ouiu-
tintn fn&nn nnrl cliuUnneo tho world lor II
caso Tvocannoc cure, vinis aiseaoo unw"i"
baffled tho skill or the most eminent physi
cians. SOOO,000 capital bohlna our uncondi
tional cmarontr. Absolute proofs sent scaled os
Spilcitlon. Addres COoi UKMKD CO,
HO? Maionla Tomplo, C III C AGO, Uh
K. R. KYAN.
Notary public and leal estnte agent, over post
office. 11 odlw
l'roaperuu Tlmea l'ur 111m.
"You may comjilain of the time3," said
ft "Wall street man to a friend, "but they
aro prosperous days to a fellow I know.'
'Prosperous day:' remarked the
other. "Why, how in tho world can
any one bo successful when everything
"That's just tlio point," replied ths
other. "He prospers when thiugs are
dull. He's an exception to the general
rule, but then, you must know, he's a
olflsors Blinder," New York Herald.
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