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cotiuiy.. 11..111 timiiud Perry was mur-
watch declining lieullli of u"1" '" " ",,s WR"'i In Josephine
Soumnynrccnf off iXruulJ -guii ami ended In Del
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. ejiny (-utges, when not beyum!
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lVriii'i w ' ' 'l0,c l',c i"niy f"d
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Hi. "'ill' M iihiiil fn .1.
ble uf supplj ing 400 burners, lias been
Installed In tlpcV-uleil hhnr-,fry
Ml Pacific UiilurMl,ni I'iiu-m tn.,u.
The new a;in.ir:itns. wiiii-ii .. ..i.,.. 1
,,le:ol ru!idovn,decUnIng,liodtlinttlied $TOdJ I tlie gift or the First Congre
Ej, .'.'r. ami frlrnd? raid slip would not Rational church, of Spencer, Mass.,
01a uuu nu urunii.iei 10 I'mr. Wnit.i. .
. soy an his recent trip E ist. ,
knottier unique election b
ported from Elk city. L. W
'liioonf tlirco months. 8be limi 11
x 1 vin.
md nothing Beenicd to no Jier any Reed.
1 j happened to rend nhout iIeou'r .SnirHpa-
nila mid lind her glu Itntrlnl. From tlio
flPrv first dose file begnn lo yil bc.ter.
Alter taking a few bottles hhe wns com-
: pletely cured nnd licrlicnltli tins bem the
ist ever bIiicc." Mrs. Addjh 1'kck,
1 U Railroad I'lacc, Amsterdam, N. Y.
' i'l vtill say that my mother has not
stated my coso In as strong words as I
! would have done. Hood's Sarsaparllla
t has truly cured me and I am now well."
Cora Peck, Amsterdam, N. Y.
Be sure to get Hood's, because
; lithe One True Wood Purifier. All druggists. $1.
Prepared only by C. I. Hood Co., Low ell. Muss.
li j rii are purely vegetable, re
H00QS HlJlSjIable ajid benenclal..25c.
Grants Pass has a boy's band of
There are sixteen applicants.for the
f jxistotllce in Eugene.
Albany is having a chrysanthemum
fshow of three days duration.
Chailes Wilson, or Newberg is mak
ing a collect ion of campaign buttons.
An astrologer who doesn't pay his
debts Is approaching from the South.
j -Albany Democrat
Dr. Davis, of Harrisburg, last Satur
day sold his crop of hops, 133 bales
at 10J cents per pound.
The enrollment in the pnblic school
! at Kewberg is 203 and the pupils are
divided between 0 teachers.
The Forest Grove postolliice will be
made an international money order
oflice the tirt of the year.
The Dallas streets are in darkness
at nights, The electric company's
price for street lamps Is more than
the council is willing to pay.
There is a proposition before the
cUy counsel at Portland to,usc gas
and the old fashioned oil lamps for
streets in the Interest of economy.
Six members of the Eugene Salva
tion Army have repudiated the manag
nient in that city and from now on
will their wellfare in the hands of
Elda Woods, recently convicted of
robbing a mail stage on the Coos bay
road, has been allowed a new trial by
U. S. District Judge Bellinger, set for
Hon. L. F. Lane, of Roseburg, who
was once elected to congress from
Oregon and has been a prominent
iDeniocratic politician, is dying from
'The Paciiic distillery of Grants,
Sherman connty which has been shut
down for over a year, will resume
again, owing to McKlnley's election,
says its manager,
The U. S. grand jury has Indicted
John Kcanland for passing counter
felt gold $5 pieces at Waterloo, Linn
county, and also John Uarty, for writ
ing an obscene letter to Michael Flynn
a Handier at Rldgefleld, Wash.
C. S. Newell hits been Indicted by
the state grand Jury for stealing a
watch valued at $50 from Robert Pugh
of Salem, while the latter was taking
An the sights. He is also indicted for
stealing morphine from Watson's
Ed. Johnson has brought suit in the
United States court against the Glut
oj Mills Company for $4.5000 for de
famation of character. He was a
Minister for tho company and was ac
vui of stealing oats, which was not
H lx Hlfondy Interesting. Tlie Mc
Mlnnvllle Telephone Register says:
Two days after t ho u'eutjun two enter
prising citizens or Amity weru in !
Mlniivilie looking up the members of
tlie court house ring for signature to
their petitions for the Amity post
otlice. Judgement has been awarded J. B.
Montgomery for $40,403 against the
Northern Pacific Railroad Company,
fie gum being the price paid for 3,000
acres of land, togeher with Interest,
be land having been purchased In
J873, and the company not having a
valid title at the time.
JI. B. Morse, of Tlie Dalles, the
Chronicle say., has had his head
Slaved i.s smooth 119 a billiard ball, so
that ills forehead runs nearly back to
Ids collar; and all because ftlr. Morse,
who is a-Republican, had doubts of
t Is re-Dfvofi
una uuie Simpson bet toosteison the
election, tlie condition of tlie bet be
ing that the losing party should do
lher tlie rooster whenever the winner
should demand it, day or night. Rufc
lost the bet, and now he Islosingslecp
fretting about when Deyoc shall claim
that t ouster.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve In the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulceis, salt rheum, lover
sores, tetter, chapped hands.c-lrllblains,
corn, and all skin ciuptions, and posi
tively cures idles, or no 11.1v reniiliwl
It is guaranteed to give pel feet satis
AVegefablcPrenaration for As
similating ihcTood flttdRcgula
tingthcS tomachs andBowels of
faction or money telundcd
cents per box. For sale by
Thomas Snodgr.iss will move from
Goldendale, Wash., 10 Xewb-rg the
lirt of next month. The Snodgrass
family ought to be able to keep their
heads above the waves in times of ad
versity, and in times of high water as
weM, for tlie father standssix feet two
inches; he has a lfj-year-old sou of tlie
same height, and another 17-year-old
son who readier up to six feet six
inches, and he is still in the. ascend
ing scale Newberg Graphc.
Sr vte 01- Ohio, City of Toledo, I
Lucas County j
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he U
the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Chlnet
& Co., doing business in the city of Toledo,
county and state aforesaid, and that said him
will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS for each and every case of Catarrh
ihat cannot be cured by the us of Hall's
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
presence, this 6tb daj of December, A D
i A. w. uleason,
" Notary Public,
Hall's Catarrh Cure . is taken internally
nd acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials
F. J. rUENEYj& Co., Toledo. O.
rSold by Druggists.
ncss and ncst.Contalns neither
tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca,
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
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M, Ostrogorski, 132 Rue D" A- sas, Paris, France, who is about to bring out a book on
American political methods, writes to th' author. ' 1'eiusing the books on the subjeet I was
fortunate enough to find your book on 'Tho School of Politics ' I was wondering whether
the evils of machine tule and of bossism were obtainining in the west as well as in the East.
I lead it with the createst interest." '
For Infants and Children.
Notice is hereby given that I have
in hand funds applicable to the pay
ment of all warrants of city of Sa
lem drawn on the general fund and
endorsed before December 5, 1893. In
terest will cease on said warrants
from date of this notice.
E. J. Swaffokd,
Salem, November 12, 1896. 11-12-lOt
The Ashland Woolen Mills have
been running almost steadily on or
ders for the past year, and would
have been fairly successful but for
the limited amount of water during
the summer. Tlie owners arc consid
ering a proposition to remove tlie
plant to a point in Northern Califor
nia where a large subsidy has been
offered them, a matter to be regret
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I. The Primary and Spoils Politics.
HowiPrimarieS Are Conducted.
The Primary As It Should Be
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"The School of Politics" shows that the corrupted primary is tho political crime of ths
Nineteenth century, and that reforms in city, state and national government are out of ques
tion until this evil has been remedied.
The little book then lays bare the methods of the bosses from New York to California,
showing how, under laws made ostensibly to protect the people, they have legalized their
The practical working of the primary in city politics is shown up in our principal West-
Also the perfected law adopted in California last year, but knocked out in the courts of
that state. Tho remedy is plainly pointed out.
Should be read by every student of American politics and every legislator. They will
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