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WHOLE NO. 611).
EUGENE CITY, OR., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1879.
$2.50 per year IN ADVANCE
Or tfugtnf City (Suarl
'f. L. CAMPBELL. J. B. CAMFBSLL.
Publishers and Proprietors, .
6FFICE In Underwood'i Brick Building,
over Grange Store.
. OUB ONLY.
Advertisements inserted as follows :
One square, 10 lines or leas, one insertion S3;
ach subsequent insertion 81. Cash required in
Time advertisers will be charged at the fol
i Swing rates:
One square three months , . . . . $0 00
" six months 8 00
" " one year 12 00
Transient notices in local column, 20 cents per
an for eacn insertion.
Advertising bills will be rendered quarterly.
All Job work must be paid fob os demyeky.
- Office Ilaurs From 7 a. m. to 7 p.m. Sundays
V m 1:30 to J:30 p. m.
Mail arrives from the south anil leaves (ruin north
10 a. m. Arrives from the north an'! leave, irning
V'lth at J:SJ p. m. For Siuislaw, Franklin anil tang
Y.m, close at S a.m. on weuneanay. ror urawioraa.
Villa. CamD Creek and Brownsville at 1 P.M.
Letters will be ready for delivery half an hour after
t .rival of trains. Letters should be left st the omce
rue hour before mails uepart.
A. 8. PATTERSON. P. M,
I...1nill A V an,1 A l
.Meets first and third Welnesduys in each
Bpkmcub Butts Iodok No. 9 I. O.
iJaiJAfcO. F. Meetsevery Tuesday tvening.
"5-',V!rt1rt" WlMAWHALA EnOAMPUKMT No. 6,
Iheeta on the 2d and 4th Wednesdays in eacn momn
DR. L. M. DAVIS
Eugene City, Oregon.
R' OOMSOVER GRANGE STOKE, first
door to the right, up stairs, l'onuerly
olHtf O. W. Fitch.
Nitrous Oxide. Gas for painlen extraction of
W. Shelton, JL T. W. Haiihis, M. D.
Drs. Shelton & Harris.
pinsicms & SIRCEOXS,
Eugene City, Ore6rt.
A. IF. PATTERSON,
r.TiirnT-tr l -T urn O f T T I rAf
OOlco on Ninth Street, opposite llic St.
Charles Hotel, and at ltealdence,
Dr J. C. Shields
OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL SER
vices to the citizens of Eugene City and
Burronndincc country. Special attention piven
to all OBSTETRICAL CASES and UTER
INE DISEASES entrusted to his care.
Office at the St Charles Hotel.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL
CAN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or res
idence when not professionally engaged.
Oftice at the
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
Residence on Eighth street, opposite Presby
S.llemcnwaj, 91. D.,
Pll YSICIAjY S UR GEOX.
Residenci Corner of Oak and and Fifth
EUGENE CITY, - OREGON.
GEO. B. DOR1US,
ATTORNEY St COUNSELLOR at LAW
Office on Willamette street, Eugene City.
J E WELTI Y EST A 1L1 SM KXT.
J. S. LUCKEY, Zhs
DEALER IN jrgJg
Clocks, Watcties, Chains, Jewelry, tx.
Repairing Promptly Executed.
tiTAII Work Warranted.-.
Ellsworth k O.'s brick, Willamette street.
and largest ever brought to fcu-ne.at
....w.".r nc If TT, het
M and slattaij Store.
TOST OFFICE BUILDING, EUGENE
I city. Ihaveonhandandamcowtan-ly
receiving an assortment of the Bert Schoo 1 as
&lUneoua Books, Stationery, Blank : Lo ok,
Portfolio Cards,' Wallet. 11?!'k"i,OD
lute, etc, etc. A. S. PA 1 1 fcKM.
Real Estate Agent,
and Notary Public.
EUGEXE CITY, : 0 REG OX.
J. B. ALEXANDER,
Justice of the Peace, Conveyan
cer and Collector.
Tim. n XirAm aMrrhed and ab
tracts of title made. AH bosineaa prompUy
attended to. Ofr-e at the i oort nou-e.
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
S. ltocntIaU & Co.,
At the old stand, Southwest corner of Eighth
ana Willamette streets,
BUGKNE CITY, OHECiOX'.
Have the most complete stock of
I n the city, including
And in fact everything the market demands,
which we are selling rt
Paid for all kinds of farm produce
delivered at our Store.
S. Rosenblatt & Co.
OSBUKN & CO'S
VTEW DRUG STORE ON WILLAM
J.1 etee Street, near Ninth,
PATENT MEDICINES, be.
Brandies. Wines and Liquorr
OF ALL KINDS.
In fact, we have the best assortment of article
FIRST CLASS DRU 3TORK.
We warrant all our drugs for they are new and
Freh. Particular attention is called to our
Perfumery abo Toilet Articles.
As we have bought
OUR GOOVS FOR CASU .
We can compete with any establishment In En
gene Uity in price and accommodation.
Buy your goods where yon can get
the best and cheapest.
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED
At all hours of the day or night
OSJSUIIN & ti
PHY IT T THE T O. HENDRICKS BRAND
7i r aula) ni.lt hv
ROOTS AXW SIIOEJi-UALlDU-.
l.n.,1 uii.l machine made Boots and
Shoes. A new lot direct from factory.
!S. II. Mtllv.M'L.r
A II KM I 71AUOX-I am the sol
A dministrator's lN'olice.
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1M ttie undersigned was nt the May term,
1879, of the county court, of Lane county, Or
egon, duly appointed administrator of the es
tate of Mary Jane Heatlierly, deceased, and
that all persons having claims against said es
tate are hereby required to present them with
the proiwr vouchers to said aliiiiniatrator, at
the oftice of Thomson ft Bean in Eugene
City, Lane county, Oregon, within six mouths
from the date of this notice.
JAM ES H L'l ll.KS'l ON , Administrator.
THOMPSON BEAN, Attorneys.
May , 1879.
Albert Jackson, Artist,
Takes Photograph", iiem" t'ards, Cabinet
and Life-Size, style and finish eiual to any
work done in the State. Pricer reasonable.
GALLERY - Willamette street Eugene
City, Oregon, over Mrs. Jackson s Millinery
- - ....nnl.lf T - T I T , T
VOTICE IS Ettttni nr..i i"",
i .1. i ....l kaa laen a!lHinteil
executor of the U-t will ami tesfuint of
Jolui F. Ue, decease.!, by order of tne J ountv
Court of Lane county, Oregon, and that all
persons bavin- claims against suli
hereby refiuired U j.reseiit the same with the
,.r. t.r vouchers to the undersigned at his of
fice in Junctun City within six mouths from
the date of this noti.
Dated July -a,
. W. C. LLE, Execotir.
Thompsos 4 Be-. Attorneys. jy'-''it4
Ortion iBdian Wan of 1S5I, 4 157
. 1, . .n mnilvreH service or fumUh-
All""'""-' . . .. ,
e.1 sopplies or traiilrtation in the above wars,
or the hi- 01 sucn r
.1 :... l.. aJ.lrMaintf Allan Kiither-
f,d (late 3d Auditor L. S. fia-mry), Attor
ney and mselior at w, m uu,
W ashington, u.
MR, GEORGE HUMPHREY HAVING
pled hi bosine-s in the hands of the
an'Wsigned for collection and sttl-roent,
U persons owing him wbo have not mvle ar-ranl'-tneat
for extewion time, are hereby
notified to make payment or other satisfactory
H. C HUMPHREY.
ALEXANDER, J. B.-Justic of the Peace
South Eugene Precinct; office at Court House.
ASTOR HOUSE-l'has. Baker, prop. The
Only firat-clast bolel ih - the city Willamette
street, one door north of the poet.offico.
ABRAMS, W. H. k BRO.-riauing mill,
sash, door, blind and moulding manufactory,
Eighth street, east of mill race. Everything
in our line furnished on short notice and
BENTLEY, J. W. -Private boarding house,
southwest corner of Eleventh and Pearl sta.
BOOK STORE One door south of the Astor
House. A full stock of assorted box papers
plain and fancy.
BOYD A MILLER Meat Market-beef, veal,
mutton, iork and lard Willamette street,
between Eighth and Ninth.
BRIGGS. A C .-Saddlery, harness, saddle
trees, whips, etc.. Willamette street, between
Eighth and Ninth.
CLEAVER, J. W. General variety store and
agricultural implements, southeast corner of
w Ulamette and Seventh streets.
CHRISMAN, SCOTT -Truck, hack and ex
pressman. AU orders promptly attended
to. Office at express office.
CRAIN BROS.-Dealer in Jewelry, Watch
es, Clocks and Musical Instniments Wil
lamette street, between Seventh and Eighth.
CALLISON, E. G.-Dealer In groceries, pro
visions, country produce, canned goods, books,
stationery, etc, southwest corner Willamette
and 9th Sts.
DORRIS, H. F. -Dealer, in. S Wild Tin
ware Ulamette street, between Seventh
DURANT, WM.-Meat Market beef, pork,
V..1 .n,l ........... 1 .. 1 1 V ' .1
.vn.aituiui.vvi'll ViMlswtllklV (III UttJIU Ullll
street, between Pearl and High.
ELLSWORTH 4 CO. -Druggists and dealers
in paints, oils, etc. ulamette street, be
tween Eighth and Ninth.
FRIENDLY. S. H. -Dealer in dry g.ds,
ciotinng ami general merchandise Willam
ette street, between Eighth and Ninth.
GUARD OFFICE-Newspaper, book and job
limiting uiiK-e, corner v uiameue and cignin
streets, up stairs.
GRANGE STORE-Dealers in general mer-
chamhse and prmluce, comer Eighth and
GILL, J. P. Physician, Surgeon and Drug
gist, rostotiice, illamette s reet, between
Seventh and Eighth.
HAYS, ROBT.-Wines, Liquors, and Ci
gars ot the best quality kept constantly on
hand. The best billiard table in town.
HENDRICKS, T. G.-Dealei is general mer
chandise northwest corner W illamette and
HODES, C Lager lieer, liquors, cigars and a
nn-! pigeon-hole taiile, w Ulamette street, be
tween Eighth and Ninth.
HORN, CHAS. M.-Giinsmith. Rifles and
shot-guns, breech and muzzle loxlers, for kale.
Repairing done in the neatest style and war
ranted Shop on street
KINSEY, J. I). -Sash, blinds and door fac
tory, window anil door frames, mouldings,
etc., glazing and glass cutting done to order.
LYNHH, A. Ororcries, provisions, fruit, vg.
etanles, etc , illametto street, first door
south of Postoffice.
LUCKEY, J. S. -Watchmaker and Jeweler;
keeps a hue stork ot goods in his line, Willam
ette street, in Ellsworth's drug store.
MiCL AREN, JA M ES-Choice, wines, liquors,
ami t'utani tv uiaiiictte street, oetween iMgnin
MELLER, M.Brew'ory Lager beer on tap
ami iy the keg or barrel, corner ot IMntu and
OSRURN 4 CO. Dealers in drugs, medicines.
chemicals, oils, paints, etc Willamette st,
opposite S. Charles Hotel.
PATTERSON, A S.-A fine stock of plain
and fancy visiting cards.
PERKINS, H. C. -County Surveyor and Civil
Engineer. Residence on Fifth ' reet.
PRESTON, WM. -Dealer in Saddlery, Har
ness, L'amage J rlmmings, etc. W illamette
street, between Seventh and Eighth.
POST OFFICE-A new stock of standard
school books just received at the post office.
RUSH BEN. Horseshoeing and general fob
bing blacksmith, Eighth street, between W il
lamette and Olive.
REAM, J. R. Undertaker and building con
tractor, corner illamette and Seventh
ROSENBLATT 4 CO. Dry goods, clothing,
..... I I i:.... ii i
groceries aim general ineiciiniunpr, .niuuwest
corner Willamette and Eighth streets.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL Mrs. A. Ren
frew, Proprietress. I he best Hotel in the
city. Corner Willamette and Ninth streets.
SHIELDS, J. ('.-Physician and Surgeon-
north side Plinth street, first door east of St
STEVENS, MARK Dealer in tobacco, ci
gars, nut, ciindies, shot, powder, notions,
etc Willamette street
SCHOOL SUPI'LIES-A large and varifd
assortment of slates of all sizes, and quantities
of lates and slate-booka. Three doors north
of the express office.
THOMPSON 4 BEAN-Attorney. at Law
V illanietle street, between Seventh and
WALTON, J. J.-Attorney-at-Law. Office-
Willamette street, between Seventh and
WITTER, J. T.-Ruckskin dressing. The
highest price paid for deer skins, Eighth st,
UNDERWOOD, J. B.-General brokerage
business and agent for the ( onnecticut In
surance CornMny of Hartford -Willamette
street, lietween Seventh and Eivhthi
ELLSWORTH & CO.,
"llflLL CONTINUE THE BUSINESS in
y y all its branches at the old stand, ottering
increased inducements to customers, eld and
new. As heretofore, the most
Careful attention given to Prescripions.
FA KM FOR N 4LK.
4 WELL IMPROVED FARM OK three
I V. hurdred am! rixty a-ea, list acre nnder
cultkation; ail under fene tnd the improve-
mtnU in good order, which we wi'l sell at a
bargain, and on the moat reaaonable terms.
Mtuated five mile itb of town, and has a
gl outrange for stock. Apply at this office-
yon UE1CB4L flEKCnillDISE (
How the Moory Goes.
A few litatiatica from the. Secreta
ry', report will give our readers somo
iiio i of how men grow rich on public
plunder anil Mill have to muuh mon
ey to contribute tor eletion'pnrpos
ex, buy eil.ioi'V ami keep legislation
in the channel that lunulas only the
money power of the Mimtrv. These
litre taken from the otliuial rtport!,
ami conxeoueutly are correct:
At Hftjmor, Maine, there are nine
Lunlom House othoers, who receive
an annua', salary ot f 7,150, ami tte
amount Uiey collected tjr th govern
ment tor the year 1878 was (4,040.
Winunstiet, .Maine, lour orlioers col
lected $000. Paid to lhee sap suck
ers for cUlig it, $3,675.
Cnsiim', Maine, six officer collect
ed $85)8, for which they were paid
$5,849. These fix gentlemen are en
thusiastic for Blatnu and tho whole
Republican outfit in Maine.
iSuco, Maine, two otliccra collected
$32. Their salaries, $770. Of course
they will vote with the Republican
Machias, Maine, thirty-two officer
collected 449 for which thoygot $2,
035. These thiity two men think
(..rant ought to reigu oyer tho king
dom ot Ileavtii.
Frenchman's 15ay, seven officers
collected $85, salaiios $3,497. All
vote honest (?) money Sherman or
Iieelzebub, don't care which so long
as they swim.
Wuldohoro, Maine, eight officers
collected $G00 for which they receiv
Barnstable, Miiaschusetts, thirty
two officers collected $922, salaries
$8,000. These thirty two doubtless
are continually talking about the
limes being good and it the poor
cusses that tramp over the countiy
would only go to work times weuld
be all right.
Little Egg Harbor, New York
three officers collected $7; salaries
$2,231. No dobbl this trio think
Heaven is not a great way lioni ibis
But here is the happy family, tho.
real jolly fellows who can tell you
tho cause of hard times. It is extrav
agance, overproduction, and lailure
Ba! llarbnr.New ioik, lour otii-
cers collected 'narry red'; salaries
Great Lirir Harbor, New Jeray,
three offictrs sala ies $1,903, and not
one cent collected.
Anapolls, Maryland, four officers
salaries $1,'2G7, nothing collected.
Headers, you must bo extremely
dull if you can't see one cause of our
hard tunc just by reading this list
above. Uemember that tho.u above
enumerated are not all. There are
80,000 Republican office holders in
the United Stales, and at least one
half of them are nothing but political
How Urn. Slilflils wat Cured.
The late Gen. Shields, at the battle
ot Cerro (Jordo, in Mexico, was
severely wounded while leading his
men, but he refused to quit the field.
He advanced to the charge when he
was struck in the chest by a copper
irrapeshot that passed through his
lungs. Helen Into Hie arms I ug.
lesby, at present United States Sena
lor froth Illinois, and was carried from
the battlefield, to all appearances,
lifeless. Obituary notices appeared
afterward in i.early all the papers ol
the country, so convinced were the
brother officers o the impossibility ot
his surviving such a terrible wound.
For weeks he lay at the brink ol
death in iho neighborhood of the
liiilllelield, and his cures seems little
short of a miracle. The army sur
geons had given him over for death
when a Mexican doctor said he would
live if he removed the coagulated
blood from the woubd. Shields, ss a
kill or cun remedy, told him to try,
and a fine silk handkerchief was
worked in and finally drawn through
the wound, removing the extravaHate
blood, when daylight could be seen
through the hole. He lived to be
hale ar.d hearty, free from discaso or
any inconvenience from the wound,
which was considered at that tiue
The Ashland council has passed a
dog law with a manliko disorimina
tio against females. The tax is $1
per year for males and twice that
mount for their sinters.
Geo. Beman, a Polk county bar
vest hand, was caught by his clothes
in the knuckle ot the tumbling rod
of a threshing machine and was con
siderably tumbled betore headway
could be stopped. He was almost
stripped t clothing and was severely
Ballston is the name of a station on
the narrow e"e railroad between
I'errvdale and Sheridan, tho place
lakitig its name from L nele Isaac laii,
npon whose farm ilia located. A
largo warehouse aud a good cleaner
I are run at this place by Mr. A. is.
.'Martin, who u also postmaster.
A Corvallis womi n beats her hus
Chooso thoso companions who ad
minister to your improvement.
Tho grain crop in Garden valley
avernges thirty bushels to tho acre.
James McDouoiigh, of Willow
Springs, has raised a fine p.Uch ol
Six hundred dollars worth of im
provements will be put on the Ten
dletou publio school building.
Fire in Matt Shannon's blacksmith
shop, nt Jacksonville, did damago to
the extent ot $100 last week.
lire town site of Ashland has been
resnrvryed, and streets will bo laid
out with more regularity hereafter.
A fellow named Henry Zeikler is
in the Polk county jail for talking in
decently to a little daughter ot Mr.
Southern Oregon will produce a
great deal of excellent pork this year,
. i i.n. t ' .. ,
iiiaiiy ruBiuu iimus uaving uecn given
up to hogs.
The rollers with which the old
"beaver monev" was mado at Oro
gon City in 1849 are now in iho
hands ot the Pioueer association, hav
ing but recently come into its pos
Following is a statement cf the
population of Independence, Polk
Co.: Men, 153; women, 182; lioys,
148; girls, 100; total population, 042.
In North Independence there are 201,
and in South Independence 390; to
Tho Roseburg Plaindoalor of last
week contains an account of the
tlight of Dr. J. L. Cozad, a physician
who has had a large practice in vari
ous part of Douglas county for the
last tew years. It is said that he
committed a murder in Missouri
several years ago; that officers were
on his tiack, and he tied to escape
The saw mill owned by Wisdom &
Snider, and situated on Sterling
creek, was destroyed by fire on the
evening ot the 0th insl. The fire
originated from sparks lodging in
the saw dust and smouldering until1
after all hands hud gone home. Loss,
$1000, wh ch will be increased in case
tho engine and boiler ptovo to have
been damaged. No insurance.
A miner working on tho south
fork of Sixes river last week found a
pick of awkward pattern and worn
off nearly to tho eye, nnd a coin ol
gold and copper buried deep iu the
canyon. It was evident that the
ground had never been moved by the
present genera1 ion ot men, and the
question naturally arises whether, in
tho dim and unknown past', some
other people had mined for gold in
that mountain gorge.
The men who were swindled out
of money honestly earned while
working for tho deiaulting contrail
tor Ward on the west side extension,
met nt Independence a ."ew days ago
to delormiiie upon what course to
pursue. Anciig oilier resolutions
the following were parsed:
Resolved, That we deem it the
dul of the Western Oregon R. R.
Co., to settle with us in some way
without lurllier delay.
Resolved, Thnt inasmuch as there
i. ftfllf.n ,1iia M T Ward na rw.e
statement ol Mr. R. iCoehler, we are
willing to ditnle said amount equally
between the white laborers and the
Chinamen, to wit: $2575 to tho China
men and $2575 to tho whites.
Some Wonderful Facii.
Supposing your age to be fifteen
years, or thereabouts, von can be fig
ured up to a dot. i on have 10U
bones and 500 muscles. Your blood
weigh 25 pound. Your heart is
nearly live inches in length it beats
70 time per minutes, or 4,200 times
per hour, 200,800 times per day, 30,
722,000 times a year. A V each beat
a little over two ounces ot blood is
thrown from it; an I each day it re
ceives and discharges about seven tons
of that wonderful fluid.
Your lungs will contiio a gallon of
air, and you inhale 24,000 gallons per
day. The aggregate surtace of the
cir cells of your lungs, supposing
them to spread out, exceeds 20,000
square inches. The weight of your
brains is three pound'; when you are
a man it will weigh tight ounce
more. Your skin is composed of
three layers, and varus from one
eighth to one fourth of an inch in
thickness. The area of your skin is
about 1,700 square inches, and you
are subject to arj atmopheric pressure
ol fifteen pounds to a square inch.
Each square incb of your skin con
tains 2,500 sweating-tubes or per pi
ratory pcree, each of which may be
an inch long, making an aggregate ot
201,100 feet, or a tile ditcli tor drain
ing the body almost twenty milts
Some Natural Ilisrorj The Editor". -
'YThflt f.trnvlAila tiioL-iniV Bnimnl it
"This is itio editor."
'"Indeed! Aro they very danger
oiis?" . .
"Sometimes. When cornered up
they tiave been known to bo quite
combaliye, and again they have been
known to go through a convenient
back window. Generally they aro
mild and passive."
"When are they most dangerous?"
"When intruded upon by a book
tgent who wants a forty line local
for a leventv tivo cent book, or by
poets with verses about gentle
"Are editors cross to each?"
''Ouly when Brparated by aaveral
blocks of buildings."
"Do they often have fearful com
bats with each other?"
"Occasionally when they go out
in opposite dir ctions, and come upon
each other by accident."
"Are cditon ever cowhided?"
"Sometimes tho small ones are, but
tho big ones are very rarely moles'
"Do editors cat?"
"They do. It was formerly iup
posed that limy ale at long intervals
and upon rare occasions, but it is now
a well authenticated fact that they
can eat n good deal when they can
"What kind ol food do they like
"They are not very particular.
While ilicy won't refuse quail on
toast, tried crad or roast turkey about
Christmas lime, they have been known
to make a harty repast off a dish of
cold turnips and a consumptive bir
ring." "Can they eat concert tickets." ,
"We believe not. Somo people
have gained this continuous impress
ion from false leaching in early life',
but ho authenticated iustauce as inch
a thing is on record."
"Do editors go free into shows?"
'They do when they givo dollar
and a half locals for a twenty-five
"Are all editors bald, like this one?"
"No; only tho married enea are
bald. But let us pass on; the editor
docs not like to be stared at."
"Old SI" renti llic Mornl of thilonkllng
Old Si laid his head upon ail knee
cap and said: "Dis hyar sporadiok
tech oh de rumatiz 'minds me dat hits
gwine ter rain 'bout fo'r days an' Pie
icrhiil to lose de run ob ue story.
'Dat leelle romance uu younder in
Rodo Hum, 'twixt Conk!ing and Guv'-
"What do vou think of it, si, any
Well, sali: mr 'ninioni en dese
hyar queichina i party solid, for er
tiick! Now. in dis cose, I'so cl'arly
salitido dat do Guv. was tolin' 'round
do bes' argyment dat was let him in
"Then you approve ol shotgun
remedy for domestic invasions?"
'Jess edzackly! An wheneuor er
man cits hissu't ud ter dat pitch,
whedder he's er musick teacher fum
Germany er a chin muishura fum
New Yawk. that he govs inter kamp
on anudder man's h Jtno lot, de owner
ob do lot hex cot de rite ter uso a rit
ol 'jeckment wid ha'r triggers and
senter tire buckshot kyarinugesr
"rerhaps the law tormus ana fur
nishes another sort of remedy?"
''Dat mabbe so wid de law dey
puts onder sheepskin kivcrs, but
dar's er onritten law ob dis hyar law,
dat when a man buys er marriage li
cense he L'its de rite wid bit ter or
ganize funerils in his naborhood in
dese sort of mergincies!
"And that looks reasonable."
"Dat's the smoob bore logick dat'l
wind up de debate jess e z well in
Rodo Bum ez in (leorcv. an' hit's
dat sort of er secshum ob de kode
dat's tacked up on my doah post, yer
And then tho old man limped away
to escaped the shower.
A convict set firo to the tannery
at the penitentiary on Friday last,
but the blaze was soon discovered
A little son of Judtze Humphrey;
of Washington county, fell from 'a
roof last we k, and breaking bom
bones of his right arm.
S. B. Mead'has raised thirty buslf
els of wheat and lorty of oats to the
acre on Dr. Bailey's piace, mar the
tlilisDoro race ir;ica, una jcbi.
R. V. Beall, living in the neighbor
hood nf Jacksonville, this season har
vested 700 bushels of oats from seven
acres situated in a corner ol bis field.
Last week while a party of harves
ters were at work on a farm about
eizht miles above Sheridan a light
iuow storm came op and snow fell
quite lively (of a short time.'