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.of tho Principal Events
Attracting f iblie Interest
L Bank of Loudon hat failed.
k;uU are devastating Central
1 Kmmror of Germany is re-
la eeriously ill again.
,i)ector8 for coal in Alaska re
their search fruitless
hg gaimou inn." iu ivmnaa J1U-B
unusually largo tins easou.
L man was killed and ten people
Ired by a railroad accident near the
r . i ry .1 l
Ihington, u. v. utou
,e English Hteamship Madrid, from
river, . " wwoon, iuay zjm,
. -.1. -ll l J
h en at loot wnu mi uu uuaru.
DiKn of England has eninted
pardon ef all deserters from the
ith anny if they report before the
rarpnt storm on tho Han and
Ltse-Kiang rivers, China, lore the
. . 1 . mini ! ii n , vajdhIj . I
ting JiAJvu, dulia .uoovio nuu
6, Many hundred lives were
cbard Stewart, brother of Solon
art, U. S. District Attorney for
iH) is confined in a dungeon at
inta, Mexico, where he has been
four mouths on a trumped-up
Ve. Mexicans are after his prop-
0 acting Land Commissioner has
n the necessary bteps to carry out
Ptary Lamar's recent order direct
lie restoration to settlement and
r of unimproved indemnity st-lec-
of the California it Oregon Kail
Company. The order will allect
t 750,000 "acres.
Winnipeg special sayo letters from
1 r and Stewart, dated Fort Chip
'nn, July 5, state they reached
point after many hardships, forest
being numerous and dectructive.
1 i nu:
(It'blliuuuii i iuii viiiHcnjnn
winter was terrible, and several
of cannibalism uro reported.
old woman at Little lied river ad-
having kdled and eaten her whole
fly. Starvation and cannibalism
so leported from the Mckenzie
letter has been received nt the
Department, at Washington,
a California gentleman asking to
tie of 175,000 Americans to eon
u $1 a-pieco to secure the sum
Lary to repair and preserve the
BiiRslnp Hartrord. 1 lie writer says
dOO can be raised in California
3; for this purpose, and ho believes
i f .1 .... II I..
I geciiuus vi me uuuntry wuuiu uc
Jly generous and that the entire
tint could, if some suitable person
delegated to receive it, be easily
irribed within thirty days.
Io terrible accidents, occurred at
lid, 111., at a reunion of the
ty seventh Illinois Veterans. Pur
lie bham battlo a cannon was pre-
i rely diac.iarged, blowing oft" Ja.
ikel's right arm. An mst mt later,
rods distant, another cannon
discharged prematurely, and
Iched live bleeding victims on the
itnd. Calm Sullinger had both
1 blown oil' and will probablv die.
tikithers injured were Robert John
, Irwin Header, William Daniels
i' Emanuel Kerry. They are fear
lacerated and burned, but will
ican, Mrs. Chan. 11. l'etit and her
daughter, aged three years, were
ng, when the little one, while ca-
ig about, fell into the water. The
icr in her anxiety and fright then
ft the boat, and as they were alone
chances were excellent for a
le funeral, had not their horse, an
jligent French pony, which had
turned loose to graze on the
of the lake, come to their rescue.
tned bv the screams of tho mother,
y the commotion which the two
i in the wntir. tlin nniniul 8WI1111
So them, and when they had taken
jure hold of its mane strugcled
: to shore, a tired but heroic pony,
animal is inclined to be balky,
lie never would pull anything but
lit bad, but now he is a prime fa-
in accident occurred to the east
id I'ninn Pm-il'ip. eintH at Hand
fk bridge, ten miles east of Denver,
tine in the death of Lnuineer
Itcrson, and the serious wounding
vo or three train men. The Union
tic and tho Burlington bridges
" fraud creek almost parallel and
tun a few fipt fi pfii'h other, and
f 'i the engineer of the Union Pa
pain was within a few feet ot me
-'ft. llD wan 1.M fioil in flPP t.llftt a
f 1 in the earlv Dart of the evening
hhed away the middle section-,
fireman jumped into the i-tream,
re lie stuck and was taken out
an hour later in an unconscious
fiition and may die. Engineer
twrson grabbed the lever and re
f ed the engine just as it plunged
1 me water with the baggage car on
His body was crushed into the
1 beneath the pntrine. which was
1 completely submerged in the
Kcifaceman Breedlove was
y injured by falling trunks. An
German woman living near heard
fries of the frightened jepie,
?d out witli a lantern and stopped
approaching express on the Bur-
uu road witlun a tew leei oi uiu
JO. nmliul.ltf ax 'ttr r.iVipr liva. as
bridge of this road was in a dan-
us condition. A young fellow by
name of Beander.'who was stealing
'e on the frr.nt rnd of the baceace
At tho tiit.A r.t V.a apw!pflt- WAS
?'d near lhp hank of the creek.
M scalded about the head and
f lt and his hip badly crushed. He
f taken to bis father's resident in
fcr and died at noon-
Devoted to the InteresU of Farmer
PHOUT 1 HMALL KAHMH.
An exchange gays: At therUkof
dealing with a subject which has often
been treated upon, it is proposed to
again call attention to the profit to be
derived from small farms. Volumes
have been written upon the superior
advantages to be gained from ,a little
farm well tilled." but somehow or
other the effect does not seem to be
either lasting or widespsead. What is
said is largely looked upon as being
rather theoretical than practical, and
tho cruise for securing large farms still
goes on. No sooner does a man cet
one large tract paid for than he goes
ior another, and he is always in debt
to the money-lender in tho effort to
obtain more land than he can have
any practical use for. This evil is swn
largely in those parts of this coast
where there is or has been ancon
sidt raMe quantity of Goveinmeut'land
open f jr eutry. Cases may frequently
be mot where men havo taken land
under the pre-emption, homestead and
timber culture laws, and are then seen
hunting around for a milo or two of
desert land which they can enter.
There are any number of fanners who
think that it is impossible for them to
make a bare living on anything less
than 100 acres, and the idea has been
encouraged by those who ought to
It is a fact susceptible of the most
convincing proof that twenty acres of
land, almost anywhere on the Pacitic
Slope, properly handled, will support a
family iu comfort and even com
petence. But the secret of the matter
lies in those two words " properly
This jiaper has before this cited a
number of instances in support of the
truth of this assertion, and in further
ance of tho idea that one case of actual
demonstration is worth any quantity
of theoriziug, a number of illustrations
iu point have been collated.
The Tulare Time gives a number of
instances of this sort in that section of
California. Names and places of resi
dence are given with circumstantiality,
that there may be no chance for dis
puting the truth of tho statements, but
thece aro not necessary here. For in
stance, one farmer with three and a
half acres of raisin grapes last year
realized $2,000. resides this he bad
an orchard which paid him nearly as
much more. A neighbor has five and
a half acres of raisin grapes which
yielded 17tK) boxes of raisins, worth
easily 2,500. Another has eight acres
of four-year-old apricots and peaches
which yield an income now of $100 an
acre, and in two years will more than
double this. A resident of the town
of Visalia, who is a working carpenter,
bus an apairy as a sort of pleasure ro
sortand last year produced some 4000
pounds of honey, which he sold at 12i
cents a pound, thus securing a very
acceptable addition to Ins income. A
resident of Lemore has three and a
half acres of raisin grapes which last
year netted $1000. A farmer in the
same section who has a little piece of
land has a net income of $800 a year
from his poultry yard alone. In the
vicinity of Visalia is another farmer who
has just two acres of strawberries
Irom which he netted tins year
Still auother farmer devotes his entire
ranch to the production of Irish pota
toes. He raises two crops a year,
averaging sixty sacks to the acre, or a
total of 120 sacks every year. The
average price for these ir $1 a sack,
though in seasons like the present they
are selling for $1 75. The net receipts
thus aggregating a large sum. A nur
seryman at Visalia has potatoes and
watermelons planted between his rows
of trees. He raises from lilty to sixty
sacks of potatoes to the acre, which sell
for75centsto$l 75 a sack. Hiswater-
niel n patch produces as high as Sfjuo
to the acre.
Professor Licbe adduces reliable data
answer to the question whether liv
g worms are to be found in hens'
A ulmrf. lima nreviouslv his
sister had found a round, thread-like
, tho lpniMh ot a little nnuer, in
the white of an egg. It moved itself
;., ., vi.ru livplv manner. She at once
took the white of the egg to a druggist,
who put the worm in aicouoi. i roi.
f..,i. .f Vi-l ilccidml that the soeci-
AUUl'IUT vi .
men was an example of the thread-
f f...U ri'tnn found ill the
small intestine of the domestic hen.
i o f..vu inKiiinrpa of the existence
of the same in the white of tho egg
have been recorded.
r..t .,,i,u ..ft.n put off dahlias
Lima beans, cabbages, cauliflowers,
etc. J ne besi renieuv id iu "iM.
dlidiit one inch
SiriO Ul minus .
i. i..,t niw.ii ulunt. Dressing it
wiue, iu"'u v... i f i " ...
down tight to the ground. 1 his will
, . .,,,.1 ia OlltirpIV (I
take almost no uinf - j y
i . v.it.inir pan lip more urovok
iceiive. nuiuiu ...
ing than the work of these destructive
creatures, iney are si.-ii.u.j ""
L- p-illi flowers. But ue the papers
and have no trouble.
Give to the cows none but the best
and purest food. With no other stock
is this so essential, for the reason that
it has leen fullv demoiWrated by com
petent authorities that the milk is a
very proline source w-u o
disease germs from impure food.
t v, -inlipftte. fine tlavor of the onion
U ,.id to t the best when it is first
pulled and while it still Das a green
neck. When fully ripened it bses this
A good deal of time and labor are
wasUd by planting several varieties of
the same fruit or vegetable when, for
all practical purposes, one or two would
Devoted Principally to Washington
Territory and California.
Theodore Finges was killed by a rail
road train at Bedwood city, Cal.
Walla Walla has sued the O. R. &
N. Co. for $200, alleged taxes duo.
Thomas Patton was run over and
killed by a logging team at Plymouth,
Frank Maggi, a, twenty-six-year-old
Swiss, was drowned while bathing at
C. A. Wood, of Hollister, Cal., took
a dose of chloroform for insomnia and
died from it.
The forty-sixth lodge of Odd Fellows
in Washington Territory has been in
stituted at Elma.
A man supposed to le Jerry Drib
coll had his head cut off by the cars at
Los Angeles, Cal.
The Arixona train robbers have boen
traced to a cave where it is believed
they stored their plunder.
Mayor Pond of San Francisco has
refused to allow Paddy Ryan and John
Burke to tight in that city.
At a public meeting at Ferndale,
California, it was ' decided to exclude
Chinese from the salmon canneries.
Mike Hurley, a miner, was found
dead in the Consolidated California
and Virginia mine at Virginia, Nev.
The Tacoma Awt eays: Brick
layers, carpenters and mechanics are
in great demand in this city at good
A man at Palouse city, W. T., sheared
hi geese not long ago, supposing that
was thb proper way to remove the
Joaquin Miller is to open tho Me
chanics Fair in San Francisco with an
original jvoem, " The Glorious Victory
The Sacramento Evening Star, the
only Democratic paper published in
Sacramento county, has suspended
A saloon-keeper in Davenport, W.
T., named R. K. Howell, was given ten
days to lavo the t.wu for slandering
ladies. He left.
Patrick Dugan, of San Francisco,
whose renters did not come to time,
and W. A, Harding, who lost on the
San Jose races, kdled themselves.
A recent census of Indians on the
Puyallup reservation showed their
number to be G20. They have 450
head of horses and 500 head of cattle.
The oldest man in Washington Ter
ritory is Wiskium McDouald. He
lives on Larimio prarie, Thurston
comity, and is said to bo 1 10 years old.
The Washington and Idaho Fair As
sociation offer about $S000 as pre
miums to be distributed among the
lucky ones at their lirst annual exhibi
tion. There is at present a force of 177
persons employed at the San Fran
cisco Mint, including thirty-four
women. The monthly pay roll amounts
Capt. Andrew Frieze of tho tow boat
Katie was shot iu three places in Clias.
Gearho's saloon, on the city front, by
Gearho, after a quarrel, and he died
The Pacitic whaling fleet, seventeen
vessels of which have returned to
San Francisco, report a catch of fifty
seven whales. Other vessels are yet to
arrive. The seal and walrus catch was
At Roslyn, W. T., a tiro broke out in
the coal company's blacksmith Bhop
and consumed it with all the UioIb. A
storehouse adjoining was also burned.
The shop Icing under the incline
obout 150 feet of incline was binned.
The O. II. it X. Co. con tern plates tho
construction of 1307 miles of road con
necting all the principal towns of
Eastern Washington, Idaho and Ore
gon with the main line.
Fuller, who murdered Archbishop
Seghers in Alaska some months ago,
is a prisoner on the U. S. revenue cut
ter Bear for safe keeping. He will bo
taken to Sitka for trial. It is said that
ho is insane.
The lifeless body of John O'Connell
was found lying between (ho tracks at
the depot in San Gabriel, Cal. His
skull was crushed back of the ear, and
death was instantaneous. 1 Ie was em
ployed as a track-walker between Sa
vannah and Pent.
A Kanaka woman dressed in a naval
suit was arrested in San Franci-co and
taken to the hospital, where her sex
was revealed. She said that she had
been two years in the navy passing for
a man, just to be near her lover, who
was lately sent to prison for robbery
Two Chinese miners were blown into
atoms by tho premature explosion of
powder in the Star quicksilver mine,
near .Etna Springs, Cal. The China
men were alone in tho (iOO foot level,
preparing the blast, and it is supiKised
through carelessness they either ignited
the powder with their candles or
stepped on and exploded me cap.
While E. H. Vinson'was out built
in? horses on the range near Peola, I.
T., he ran across a big black bear
which seemed to be traveling, says the
Asotin Sentinel. Mr. Vinson being on
horseback and without any firearms,
concluded to drive Mr. Bear to where
he could uet a gun, which lie did, and
drove the bear about three miles.
While passing a house tho bear went
into the hogpen to rest, and the la!y
of the hou-e came out with an ax and
butebcrknife to slay tho bear, but Mr.
V. told her that it was difligerous to go
near him so she returned to the house.
k'.U'T the lear had rested bcstarted on
again, only going about half a mile
further when Mr. Vinson was reinforced
with firearms and shot and killed tne
bear, which weighed about 300
Everything of General Interest In a
rrineville't new school house is be
Philomath is getting ready for a
grand camp meeting.
Joseph, Wallowa county, is to or
ganize a militia company.
A stage line is to be run between
Ashland and Liukville very soon.
A movement is on foot to close the
saloons in The Dallea at midnight.
The wheat crop of Crook county will
not supply tho homo demand for flour
The town of John Day has a curi
osity in the shape of a young cat with
A Chinaman mining on Sterling
croek, Jackson county, was caved on
Two corrals wore wiped out and
considerable stock killed by a water
spout near Arlington.
It is estimated, says a Grant's Pass
paper, that it will require 300 hands
to harvest the hop crop in that vicinity.
Noil Grigsby, of Fish Lake, Jackson
county, suicided with a shotgun bo
cause his girl had jilted him for another
The Idaho annual conference of the
M. E. Church will convene in Baker
city. Oregon, from September 21st to
It is thought that tho Oswego iron
miues will soon bo started up, which
will give employment to several hun
Someone set tire to Miller's thresh
ing machine on Eagan's farm, French
Prairie, Marion county, and entirely
In the neighborhood of The Dalles
are thirty-threo acres of hops to be
picked, and tho owners want white
people to pick them.
Frank Jordan, a cattle man in Har
ney valley, has been given ten days to
leave Grant county under penalty of
deith. Ho is accused of stealing
Grad rs are still at work on tho O. k
W. T. railroad between Vansyelo and
Pendleton, and have not been with
drawn to work on the Contervillo
branch, as reported.
Wm. Todd, a 'saloon keeper of Mit
chell, Crook county, shot and killed J.
M. Brackett, a hotel keeper of the same
place. Report says that the quarrel
was the result of a gamo of cards.
A ditch will soon be built from
Rogue river, running through Sam's
valley, and will irrigalo about 100,000
acres of laud that is now of compara
tively httlo value, becauso of the gen
eral lack of water.
A 15-year-old son of M. W. Baldwin,
of Portland, was struck in the leg by a
base ball and the injury mrnlc linn in
sane. He died from tin effects of tho
blow. Who threw tho bull, or how tho
accident occurred, uo one seems to
A Portland fruit man found a fino
healthy tarantula in a bunch of -bananas
yesterday. It was captured and
placed iu a glass jar, when about a
thousand young tarantulas put in an
appearance from a sack carried by the
Granville Clark, an old miner in the
Granite creek district, was recently
buried up to his ears in a standing po
sition by a sudden caving in of the
walls of the mine. Ho was rescued by
J. II. Bobbins, who chanced to be
Tho California road is closed within
eight miles of each end, but cannot be
completed until the tunnels aro through
which will be about the middle of No
vember. The Southern Pacific intends
to have a last-spiko jubileo in South
Mrs. John Rogers, the aged wife of
a well-to'do citizen of Albany, wm run
over by a hotel hack and almost in
stantly killed. The deceased was 72
years old and was very deaf, and did
not hear the hack until she was under
tho wheels and horses.
The Harney valley Item is informed
that quite a number of Indians from
different parts of tho Stato have gath
ered at Stein's mountain for the pur
jiose of hunting, and the settlers have
decided to force Ihem to leave, as they
aro wasting a great deal of game.
W. W. Baker . Sons, of tho llurnl
Spirit, has purchased the W'illunutte
Winner of Salem, published by Sam
Clark, the veteran editor, ami the two
papers will be consolidated and pub
lished in Portland. Mr. Clark will do
vole his time to his orchard and vine
yard. The little girl of Otto Parsons, living
on Gales creek, Washington county,
was poisoned by drinking concentrated
lye. The lyo was left on a table,
which tho child reached by means of a
chair, and drinking the same, lingered
only a few hours when death followed.
The child was about eighteen months
It is evidently the intention of
Douglas county officers t'i enforce the
law relating to tho unlawful killing of
deer. According to tho lti'virw a man
named Connor was arrested for violat
ing the law and was bound over in the
sum of $5X) to await the action of the
grand jury. Not being able to give
bonds he was sent to jail.
Coos Bay Aii: Mr. Anderson,
while fishing near Rocky Point, was
annoyed by an unuxiially largo "some
thing," as he termed it, which made
two or three attacks on hie boat. Fi
nally the stranger got entangled in the
net and was hauled ashore. It proved
to be a shark, eleven Itet long. An-
I derson'a prize netted him fifteen gal-
lions of oil
SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. N
A railroad is to lie built across Sonth
America from the Atlantic to tho Pa
citic. Pittsburgh Is shipping shovels to
Australia and successfully competing
with goods of F.nglish make.
A Chicago canning company has
concluded a contract for l.AOO.UOO kilos
of canned meat for the French army
and 3.000.000 for tho navy.
Experiments by French medical
men seem to have proven that conscious
life and feeling continue for a few sec
onds after decapitation, but that pain
is probably not felt on account of the
rapid death of nervous elements.
It is stated that 4.000.000 gallons
of cotton seed oil nro used In Chicago
to put in lard. It is worth forty cents
a gallon, and In the manufacture of or
dinary lard from live to twenty per
cent, of oil is used.
Buffalo's malt business is enormous.
The annual product of the malt manu
facturers there is 7,000,000 bushels
an amount exceeding by nearly 2.01X),
000 bushels the combined product of any
other two American cities.
In answering to the question: "Why
does churning make butter?" the Scien
tific American says: Agitating the
milk causes the rupture of the coating
of the butter globules contained in the
milk, and their fatty contents then col
Tho farmers of Texas, Arkansas
and Louisiana aro preparing to build
cotton, cotton-seed oil and Hour mills
at different centers in those Slates.
This will enabhi them to get local mar
kets and fair prices for these products.
lhe farmers will own tho nulls in com
Marv E. Tousey, on the study of in
sects in tho American Tcneher, eon-
chides that every insect has its use In
the world. Many live very romantic
lives some nro wanderers and some
are soeial in their habits; all are
wonderful. It is possible for us to dis
cover the secrets of their lives and the
myMeries of their homes if we carefully
A tine meteor was recently seen
from Ki-isiminee, Flu. It was. very large
and brilliant, and broke in two parts
when about twit-thirds of its course was
completed, one following the oilier,
while for a considerable distance a
dream of smirks flow out. It had a
faint tinge of pink in tho head, with
blue on the edge of the foremost ball of
tire. It resembled somewhat the ap
pearance of a larg" rocket. It was evi
dently at a great distance, as no report
was heard. .V. '. Sun.
Dr. Farqiiharson is quoted as say
ing that "so long as a brain worker is
able to sleep well, to eat well, hi id to
take a fair proportion of out-door exer
cises, it may safely be said that it Is not
necessary to impose any special limits
on the actual number of hours which ho
devotes to his labors." It is only when
worry, or family troubles, or annoying
business perplexities step In to compli
cate matters that there is real danger of
a mental breakdown. iV. 1". Examiner.
A wri'.cr m a Vientilie paper assert!
that the critical period in a man's life
Is between tho ages of twenty anil
thirty. Others have an idea that he
begins to be critical about six weeks
Ordinary people may well think
twice before speaking once; but there
aro some who can study out so much
meanness between si lirst and second
thought that wo prefer they should
blurt out their first thoughts every
1'lie Duke of Connaiight receives
(?,(!00 a year aseoiniimnder-ln-chief at
llomlmy. but there aro so many per
quisites attached to the post that t-'io
real emolument may bo estimated at
JL'IO.IKH). The Duko also receives a
parliamentary allowance of JL'l'.'j.OOU a
year. ' 'h ''"'Kf Tribune.
TMrrSKSK LOIM1K Ml. II. A. F. AND A. M
1 j MeAi lirnUiml third Wi'ilncmlurs In each
CPKNOKIl IHJT'l'K LOIMIK NO. 9. I. O. O. F,
Muuln ovcry 1 ucmlay ovening-.
WIMAWIIAI.A KNCAMI'MKNT NO. .
I iMcelH on I no Hfcoml uml fourth uiliien
duys in each month.
TM OKNK LOIMiH NO. IS. A. O. U. W.
1 J Meet III .Mawiulu Hull til. acvond mid
fourlh J" nduya Iu eac h niiinlh. ill. V ,
T JUIKAUY lfiHTNO.no. A. It. MKF.TH
f I at Jhwoiilc Hall tliullrnt ami tlilnl rt-
duys of each inoiith. Jly order. ( o.WMANDKK.
"VltDKItOFrilOtKN HtlKNiJS. MKKTS
W I ho II ml ami Ihlnl riaiurday evening al
.Masonic Hall. Jiyoniuror u. 1;.
Tlt'TTK LODOK NO. i7, 1. O. O. T. MKKTS
I) overy rial unlay uihi 111 una renown
Hull. . tt'.CT.
T KAHIVO UTAH HANDOFHOl'K. 'MKKT8
at tln'C. P. liurch evi-ry Huiiday alter
noon at a .m. ViailoiS made welcome.
Eugene City Business Directory.
HKTTMAN, (l.-l)ry k'hhIh, clolhliuf, (frorvriu.
and wncral incrciiaii'lHu. wiulliHonl corner.
U illaiiiclteniid l".i(hlli ulrccU
CI'.AIN' IIIHW.-linilcni in tewclrr. watchea.
clocks mid miHic'il IiiNtruiiicntA, W illalnctlc
urect. bctwucu Hcvi-iilh and hlghth.
FIMKNHI.Y. H. II.-Dealer In drrB"d. cloth
ilia- und- tfciicrnl im-rchniiitix, VVillauiutU)
o rcct. Int wren r.lKhth and .Ninth.
OI I.I J. !-riiy(cian and aurifcon. Willam
rile trccl. Inilwi-cn .-Seventh and Klghlll.
HOOKS, C.-Kwixi on hand fine wlnn. Ilauora,
cixani and a l and liilllard tnhln. Wlllaiil-
MIcHllwt, Let cell r.lKlitn and Minn.
IIOItN. CHAH. M.-Oiinamlth. rltlca and aliot-
L'lina. hrnrdi and mil.li: loaders, lor aale,
Ttrpniriiuf dune in thr ncalcnl ntyle and war
rallied. Khon on Ninth alrecL
I.KCKKY. J. H.-Watchinaker and Wider,
kecmafliie (lock or kxI" in III una, v Uuuu
ttU) Klrecl. in Kllaworth dniK .tort.
Mi TAKEN', JAMFj4-Chnl wlnea. llijnora
aim ciKar. liiaiiieuemruci, omween r.itfnui
POST OFFICF.-A nw atnrk of atandard
acliool hooka Just receirrd at the puat ollloe.
RIHNEIIAftT. J. Il.-Houw 11101 and can-turn
paiDtrr. Work iruaranteed Hot-claim H'w k
auid at lower raua than by auj onoia Euicena.
0. C. K fTlMK TABU.
Mull Train north, V:U A m,
Uil train niulh. lul f. M.
OFFICE H0UBS, F.T0ENE CITY POITOFNCX.
Oi-noml Iii'llvrry. (nun T A. M. to T P. M.
.Minify Onlcr. Train 7 A. M. Io 4 e, u,
llri.tcr, from 7 a. m. UtS p. M.
Mulls (or north rluw" at V:l.t A. M.
Malln for Miuth rluau at IM P. M.
lil for t'rankllu vUmo al 7 A. M. Monday
Mnlla for Mabel rloae at 7 A. M. Monday and
Mull InrCartttrltflito'nMi 7 A. M. Monday.
DR. L. F. JONES,
Physician and Surgeon.
W'IM. ATTKSO TO ritOFKSNIONAb
M calls day or iiiKiil.
OmcK-l'pmaim In llnva' hrtik: orranh
found al K. It. Luekry V Cii'i driiK xloro. Utflo
houra: K lo li M 1 to 1 p. m 6 Ui p. M.
DR. J. C. GRAY,
OVriCK OVKK OKANUIC 8TOKK. ALJ.
1 jnuthiiiif km ailinlntalvrvd for palnltaa a
traction u( teclh.
GEO. W. KINSEY,
Justiceof the Peace.
RVLK. KSTATK KOK HAI.K-TOWN LOTS
lkllil fiirma. I"iill.,.'t Iiiiia ttistiitiiOir .1.
liMiiiKXCK-('iirnr Klavrnth and High 81.
Kukoiiv C'lly, Oit'Kon,
D. T. PRITCHARD.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Iti'luilrluK of Wnlchca and Clock,
ptwiilcd iih puiifliuiUty and at
Ulllnmctto Hlrrrt. Kusrn 4 Ity, fir.
F. M. WILKINS.
Practical Drnggist I Gllemist
Kruaheo, I'nhita, 4iilaaH, OIU, Lrada,
TOILET ARTICLES, Eto.
Physicians' Prescription Compounded.
C. M. IlOItlV,
Cvni rnuo Din to
VOhJ!XKIIiIiiii Tackle and MatorUl
Iteii&lrlng done ih tho iieatwtt style and
Guns Loaned and Ammunition Furnished
Bhop on Willamette Btroot, opposite IVxttoffloa,
Boot and Shoe Storo..
A. HUNT, Proprietor.
Will tiemftar kwp enmiltt atook ot
Ladies', Misses' aul Children's Sliocs!
Slipperi, White and Black, Sandali,
FINE KID, 8H0K8,
MEN'S AND BOY'S ,
BOOTS AND SHOES!
And In fact evcrvlhliui In the Hoot and
hlmo lino, to which 1 Intend Ul duruta
my cioclal at tent lull.
MY COODS ARE FIRST-CLASH!
AndirimriintiMida rcprciwnlcd.nnd will
he aiild for Hill IciwckI liricca that a good
artjele call bu allbrdml,
Will koep coiiatantly on hand a full aupply oi
MUTTON. PORK AND VEAL
Which tlicy will wll at the lowott
A fair ihareof th. publio patronage lollcltad
TO TIIK FARMER:
W. will pay the hlicheat market prloe for fa
cattlo, hoica and iheep.
Ehop on Willamette Street,
IUCSHI CITY, OREGON.
Meat. tatlTVei k any part of the olty flw
of charge. JiuUi