The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907, December 10, 1875, Image 1

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Or democratic ^iinrs.
rates of advertising .
Published Every Friday Morning, Bj
CHAS. NICKELL,
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EDITOR ANO PROPRIETOR.
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t<> yearly anil time advertisers.
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OFFICE On Oregon Street, in Orth’s Brick
Building.
Kate* of Kiibscription :
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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, DEC. 10, 1875.
VOL. V.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
T. A. DAVIS & CO.,
STATE OF OREGON.
Governor,..................................................... L. F. Grover
Secretary of State...................-N. F. Chadwick
State Treasurer,........................... A. H. Brown
State Printer................................ -M. V. Brown ;
Sup’t of Public Instruction...!.. L. Howland
FURNISHING and
NV HO L E S A L E DRUGG I STS,
FA.2NTCY (JOODS
FIRST jrniCÎAT. DISTRICT.
< ’irvuit Judge,.................................. T. P. Prim
District Attorney,..................... 11- K. Hanna
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BOYS’ and GIRLS’
JACKSON COUNTY.
Countv Judge,........................... E. B. Watson
(John O’Brien,
< ounty Commissioners...... < M A.Hueston
Sheriff......................................... I. W. Manning
Clerk,........................................... E. D. Foudray
Treasurer,.....................................
K. Kubii
Assessor,.................................... M • A. Childers
School Superintendent........... 1!. C. Fleming
Surveyor,...................................... J. S. Howard
Coroner............................................H. T. Tnlow
Official Paper,................... D emocratic T imes
F. K. ARNOLD.
T. A. DAVIS.
front street ,
PORTI.ANH, ORKGON.
R E A I) Y - M A D E C L O Till N G,
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BOOTS and SHOES,
WE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
iV a complete stock of
GEOt 'EE IPS, BEDSTEA DS d ( 'IL 1 1ES,
DRUGS,
CLOTHING,
PERFUMERY and TOILET ARTICLES,
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JOSEPHINE COUNTY.
County Judge,.......................... M. F. Baldwin
County Commissioners,...... !
Nedy.’
PATENT MEDICINES,
LIQUOKS, TOBACCO and CIGAKS,
GLASSWAHH, WTSDOW GLASS,
Sheriff,.........................................Dan. L. Green
Clerk,........................................... Chas. Hughes
CROCKERY, ETC.,
Treasurer,..................................................... Win. Naueke
PAINTS, OILS AND
Assessor........................................................ John Howell
School Superintendent................. I. M. Smith
Surveyor, .................................... W. N. Sanders At E. Jacob's New Store, | painter ’ s stock of every kind ,
Coroner....................................... Geo. E. Briggs
Official Paper..................... D emocratic T imes
BLUE VITRIOL,
Orth's Brick Building, Jacksonville.
court sittings .
Jackman County.— Circuit Court, second
Monday in February, .Tune and November.
County Court, first Monday in each month.
Josephine County.— Circuit Court, fourth
Monday in April and fourth Monday in Oc-
tober. Conntv Court, first Monday in Jan­
uary, April, July and October.
LUBRICATING OILS, ETC. ETC.
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A LI. <>F THE ABOVE ARTICLES SOLD
: r\ at the very lowest rates. If you don’t
believe me, call and ascertain prices for
yourselves. No humbug !
All kinds ot produce and hides taken in
jacksonvti . ee precinct .
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Justice of the Peace,...................J. TT. Stinson exchange for goods.
Constable................................... A. M. Asbury i
“EXCELSIOR”
FURNITURE WARE-ROOM,
LTVERY STABIÆ
Cor. Cal. A Oregon Sts.,
TOWN OF JACKSONVILLE.
f C. C. Beeknian, Pres’t,
I Sol. Sachs,
Trustees,...................•! John Miller,
i Wm. Hoffman,
( K. Kubii.
Recorder,..................................... U. S. Hayden ;
Treasurer,...................................... Henry Pape
Marshal...................................... J. P. McDaniel
Street Commissioner,................. .Silas J. Day
Sole Agents for Oregon for the cele­
brated CAUBOLJC SHEEP DIP, which
i kills Ticks, Lice and all parasites on sheep.
' and is a sure cure for screw-worm, scab and
| foot rot. Circular sent on application.
Jacksonville,
W. J. PLYMALE.
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PROPRIETOR.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
B. F. HOLSCLAW, M. D.,
PHYSIC! A N AND S U R G E O N ,
Dr. L. DANFORTH,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Oi-egon.
DAVID LINN
Keeps constantly on hand a full assortment
of furniture, consisting of
aving just received a new
stock of Harness, Buggies and Car­ BEDSTEADS,
H riages,
I am now prepared to furnish my
patronsand the public generally with as
BUREAUS, TABLES,
GUILD MOULDINGS,
FINE TURNOUTS
Kerbyville. Oregon.
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Oregon St.. Jacksonville,
As can be had on the Pacific Coast. Saddle
horses hired to go to any part of the country.
Animals BOUGHT and SOLD. Horses
broke to work single or double. Horses
boarded. and the best of care lxjstowed upon
them while in my charge.
STANDS, SOFAS, LOUNGES,
CHAIRS OF ALL
KINDS.
PARLOR A BEDROOM SUITS,
ETC., ETC.
lias removed to Jacksonville, and tenders ;
Also Doors. Sash and Blinds always on
S-ir MY TERMS ARE REASONABLE.
his professional services to the public.
hand and made to order. Planing done on
Office and residence on Third street, oppo- ,
Undertaking a spe-
A liberal share of the public patronage is reasonable terms.
site and east of the M. E. Church.
solicited.
W. J. PLYMALE. ! clalty.
DR. T. CALDWELL MACKEY.
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON,
Jacksonville,
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ST. MARY’S ACADEMY,
THE
CONDUCTED BY
CITY DRUG STORF,
Oregon. !
THE SISTERS of the HOLY NAMES. i
JACKSONVILLE.
N. B.—Night calls promptly attended to. |
HE SCHOLASTIC YEAR OF THIS
school w-ill commence about the middle rpHE NEW FIRM OF KAHLER A Bno.
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of
August, and is divided in four sessions, I have the largest and most complete
SURGEON,,
J. A. CALLENDER, M. D„
P lì Y S I C I A N AND
of eleven weeks each. The following are the ' assortment of
terms:
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON.
Board and tuition, per term................... $-10.00 | DRUGS, MEDICINES A CHEMICALS,
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I Bed and Bedding....................................... 4.00
Ever brought to Southern Oregon. Also
Drawing and painting.............................. 8.00
jjHF" Office at residence, on Fifth street, op­ Piano............................................................. 15.00 I the latest and finest styles of
posite the Court House.
I Entrance fee, only once,........................ 5.00
STATIONERY,
SELECT
DAY
SCHOOL.
J. H. STINSON,
And a groat variety of PERFUMES and
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-L AW, Primary, per term,.................................... $ 6.00 ! TOT LET ARTICLES, including the l»est and
Junior,"
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..................................... 8.00 ' cheapest assortment of COMMON and PER­
Senior,
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..................................... 10.00 FUMED SOAPS in this market.
AND JUSTICE OF THE PFACE.
Prescriptions earefullv compounded.
Pupils are received at any time, and their
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ROBT. KAHLER, Druggist.
terms will be counted from the day of their
Office one block north ot Court House, entrance. For further particulars apply at
the Academy.
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Jacksonville, Oregon.
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MRS. BROWN,
H. K. HANNA,
TABLE ROCK SALOON,
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR AT LAW,
OREGON STREET,
Jacksonville, Oregon,
Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
Prompt attention given to all business left
in my care.
Office in Orth's Brick Building—upstairs.
WINTJEN
&
HELMS, Proprietors.
ASHLAND,
Millinery and Ladies Goods,
RIBBONS OF ALL KINDS,
he proprietors * of this well -
known and popular resort would in­
form their friends and the public generally Flowers, Feathers and Trimmings,
C. W. KAHLER.
E. B. WATSON. that a complete and first-class stock of the
best brands of liquors, wines, cigars, ale and
KAHLER A WATSON,
HAIR, JUTE AND
porter, etc., is constantly kept on band.
They
will
be
pleased
to
havo
their
friends
ATTORNEYS A COUNSELORS-AT-LAW, I
“call and smile.”
j LINEN BRAIDS AND SWITCHES,
CABINET.
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON,
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A Cabinet of Curiosities may also be found
Will practice in the Supreme, District and here. We would lie pleased to have persons i
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possessing curiosities and specimens bring
other Courts of this State.
Offiee in Court House—upstairs.
them in, and we will placethem in the Cab­
inet for inspection.
Agent for McCall's Bazaar Fashions.
WINTJEN A HELMS.
JAMES S. HOWARD,
Jacksonville, Aug. 5, 1874.
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Matt. Dillon's New Saloon,
V. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR i
FOR JACK80N,
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EAGLE SAMPLE ROOMS.
Next door to Reames Bros.,
C alifornia S treet ,
Josephino and Curry counties, Oregon.
Official surveys made and patents obtained '
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Proprietor.
at reasonable rates. Full copies of Mining , S. P. JONES,
I^iws and Decisions at my offiee in Jack­
sonville, Oregon.
one but the choicest and best
Wines, Brandies, Whiskies and Cigars
H. KELLY,
kept.
attorney a counselor - at - law ,
DRINKS, 12} CENTS.
California Street, Jacksonville, Ogn.
rpiIE undersigned takes pleas -
1 ure in announcing that ho has just
opened out at the above location, and will
constantly keep on hand a complete and
first-class stock of the best brands of wines,
liquors, cigars, etc., and also the latest Eas­
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON,
NO CREDIT IN THE FUTURE—it don’t tern periodicals and leading newspapers of
pay. Families needing anything in our line the Coast. Give me a call.
Will practlco in all the Courts of the State. can always be supplied with the purest and __________________ MATT. DILLON.
Prompt attention given to all business en­ best to be found on the Coast. Give me a
trusted to my care.
call, and you will be well satisfied.
RAILROAD SALOON,
Office in the building formerly occupied by
Kahler A Watson, opposite Court House.
New Boot and Shoe Store, THIRD STREET, JACKSONVILLE, OR.,
LAGER! LAGER!!
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C alifornia S treet ,
HENRY PAPE, Engineer.
Jacksonville,
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THROUGH TICKETS, 12} C ents .
aving permanently located
1HE PROPRIETOR, .106. WETTERER,
in Jacksonville, the undersigned re­
has now on hand and is constantly man- ;
spectfully informs the public, that he
ufacturing the best Lager Beer in Southern prepared to do all kinds of work in the boot
Oregon, which he will soil in quantities to and shoe making line. Satisfaction guaran­
suit purchasers. Cali and test the article.
teed.
M. CATON.
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pHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CI-
' J gars constantly on band. The reading
table is also supplied with Eastern periodi­
cals and leading papers of the Coast.
UEX’EKAL NOTES AND NEWS.
COROX EK'S
JI HI OX THE PACIFIC
DISASTER.
TO JlTMiE WOOL ON LIVE SHEEP.
Things appear tranquil between the
The finest and softest wool is found
United States and Spain.
A dispatch dated Victoria, Novem­ on the shoulders of a sheep. But not
A scheme is proposed for preventing ber 23d, says that after three hours’ one person in a thousand h? awJte of
the filling up of Coos Bay.
deliberation the jury returned the fol­ this fact. Let us watch -Weipert
he is aliout to pass judgment on
All over New England the weather lowing in relation to the inquests held a when
sheep concerning tho value of the
recently is the coldest remembered.
on bodies of those recovered from the animal for producing wool, and it will
Remarkable activity is displayed in wreck of the Pacific :
be seen that he always looks at the
the several navy yards of the Union.
That the body is that of Thomas J. wool on the shoulders first. A writer
Ice has already commenced blocking Farrel ; that the said Thomas J. Farrel of extensivo experience in rearing fine
navigation in New York and Pennsyl­ came to his death by drowning ; that i wooled sheep and in handling wool,
the said Farrel was a passenger on ■ communicates tho following sugges­
vania.
hoard the American steamship Pacific, tions fur selecting a good wooled sheep:
The statement of the public debt which sailed from Victoria, B.
Always assuming that tho wool to
fur
shows a decrease of only $480,078 dur­ San Francisco on the 1th of November,
be inspected is really a fine wool, we
ing November.
1875 ; that the said steamship Pacific first examine the shoulders at the part
A fleet of iron-clads have orders to sank after a collision with the Ameri­ where the finest and best wool is usual­
steam at once from Philadelphia Navy can ship Orpheus, off Cape Flattery, ly found. This we take as the stand­
Yard to Norfolk.
on the night of the 4th of November, ard, and compare it with tho wool
from tho ribs, the thigh, the rump and
Fresh troubles on tlie Rio Grande are 1875 ; that the Pacific struck the Or­ the shoulder parts, and the nearest the
rejHirted, and Mexican cattle thieves pheus on the starboard side with her I wool from the various portions of the
stem a light blow, the shock of which
are raiding desperately.
should not have damaged the Pacific, ■ animals approaches tho standard, the
A railroad to Port Orford is talked if a sound and substantial vessel; that better. First we scrutinize tho fine­
of. Residents of that place claim that the collision between the Pacific and ness, and if tho result is satisfactory
it is the best port on the Coast of Ore­ Orpheus was caused by the Orpheus we pronounce the fleece in respect of
gon.
not keeping the Pacific’s light on the fineness “even.” Next we enquire
The obsequies of the late Vice Pres­ port I kiw , as when first seen ; but put­ into the length of the staple, and if
ident in Washington were of an im­ ting the helm hard to starboard and we find that tho wool on the ribs, thigh
posing character, and also all the way unjustifiably crossing the Pacific’s bow; and back approximates reasonably in
that the watch on the deck of the Pa­ length to that of our standard, wo
on to and in Boston.
at the time of the collision, was ’ again declare the sheep, as regards
The remains of Hon. George T. Vin­ cific,
sufficient in number to keep a length of staple, true and even. We
ing, lost on the Pacific, were buried not
proper outlook, the said watch consist­ next desire to satisfy ourselves of the
with Masonic honors in the Garrison ing
of three men, namely : one at density of the fleece, and if wo do
Cemetery at Steilacoom on Nov. 15th. the only
wheel, one supposed to be on the this by closing tho hand upon a por­
Gov. Dunn, of Arizona, will be re- ! lookout, and the third mate—a young tion of the rump and of the loin wool,
moved for his speech in favor of allow- j man of doubtful experience. The Pa­ the fleece at these points being usually
ing the Catholics a sharo of the school cific had about 238 persons on board at the thinnest and faulty, and if this
fund in opjiosition to the President’s the time of the collision ; that the again gives satisfaction, we signify tho
theory.
Pacific had live boats, whose carrying fact by designating the wool “even” as
respects density. Now to summarize
The purchase of the great Suez canal capacity did not exceed 160 persons; these separate examinations: If you
by England is consummated. She will that the boats were not and could not find the fleece of nearly equal fineness
gain much power in Egypt through be lowered by the undisciplined and from tho shoulder to the thigh, of
this purchase. France had the oiler insufficient crew ; that the captain of nearly equal length at shoulder, rib,
from the Khedive first, but through the Orpheus sailed away after the col­ thigh and back, and density on shoul­
lision, and did not remain by the Pa­
some bungling failed to take it.
cific to ascertain the amount of damage der and across the loins, you may con­
clude that you have a perfect sheep
At a big Indian council at Standing she had sustained.
Rock Sunday before last, the Missouri
The jury on the inquiry into the for producing wool. Selecting sheep
Indians,* who compose 70 per cent, of death of Mr. Sullivan, after a few mo­ for valuable feeders is quite another
the Black Hills tribes, resolved to sell ments’consultation, were satisfied with thing.
to the whites—convinced that they the evidence already in, and returned
W illiam B. A stor .—William B.
will take tho country anyhow.
a verdict of found drowned.
Astor,
the owner of a hundred million
The jury sitting on the bodies of
Daniel O’Leary won tho walking
of
dollars,
is dead, lie was the eldest
match against Weston, the other day, Mrs. Kellar, Mr. Vining and another son of John Jacob Astor, who carne to
and is now champion. He finished his man, name unknown, after an hour’s New York about a century ago, with
500 miles in 5 days, 22 hours and 32 deliberation, eventually agreed on a a few hundred dollars’ worth of musi­
minutes from the time of starting. verdict, also of found drowned. Mr. cal instruments, and died worth twen.
Plummer, who almost throughout dis­
Weston walked only 151 miles.
agreed with the views of the five ty millions. Tho bulk of his wealth
Gov. Ingersoll, of Connecticut, has remaining jurors, at length gave in on and that of his son was derived from
appointed James E. English U, S. condition that he be allowed to assist the increase in the price of real estate
Senator rice Senator Ferry, deceased. in drawing up a representation to the in New York. William B. Astor was
Mr. English has been Governor of and Dominion Government in respect to a cultivated man; but there is reason
to believe that his enormous wealth
Congressman from that State, is a the late wreck.
oppressed him all his life. Certainly
sterling Democrat, and well qualified.
it procured him no exemption from
The population of Oregon is rapidly
T he 1‘ clse —Every intellectual per­ labor, for his whole time was occu­
increasing, as is shown by the vote son should know how to ascertain the
east at the late special election. Little state of the pulse in health ; then by pied in attending to his houses and
more than half of the actual votes in comparing it with what it is when he lots, of which he owned blocks, and
the State were cast, and yet the official is ailing, he may have some idea of streets, and whole quarters. Like his
vote shows that nearly 20,000 were the urgency of tho ease. Parents father, he gave largely to various
charities, besides increasing the en­
polled.
should know the healthy pulse of each dowment of tho Astor Library, to
W. II. Leminger, of Salem, has in­ child—as now and then a person is which the founder of the estate origi­
vented a new style of shackle, which born with a peculiarly "low or fast nally bequeathed $400,000. The de­
bids fair to take the place of all that pulse, and the very case in hand may ceased man was very quiet in his hab-
kind of “jewelry” now in use in the be of that peculiarity. An infant’s i its, rather shunning than courting pub-
country. It is so constructed that the pulse, 110; a child of seven, about 80; ' licity, and, in fact, living much as a
joints cannot be reached by either file . and from twenty to seventy years it steady and well-to-do merchant of re­
or saw, and no hammers or other tools is 70 beats a minute, declining to 60 tiring disposition might have done.
at forescore. A healthful grown per­ As he leaves five children, tho great
will enable a prisoner to get it off.
son’s pulse beats 70 times in a minute;
W. M. Rice, of Oakland, has invent- ; there may be good health down to 60; estate which has been nursud so care­
ed a new way of preserving meats but if the pulse always exceeds 70, fully during two generations will now
without brine. It will keep in any there is a disease ; the machine is probably go to pieces.
climate and much better than by the . working itself out ; there is fever or
T he California Agriculturist says
former mode. Ho has been experi- ; inflammation somewhere, and the body
menting for (ho past three years, and is feeding on itself; as in consumption, there aro 2,000,000 beo-hives in the
believes he can ship to any part of the where the pulse is quick—that is over . United States. Every hive yields on
world and keep the meat fresh and 70, gradually increasing, with de­ i an average a littlo over twenty-two
pounds of honey. The average price
sweet.
creased chances of cure, until it at which honey is sold is twenty.fivo
The N. Y. Sun has a true apprecia- | reaches 110 or 120, when death comes cents a pound ; so that, after paying
tion of what the political issues of 1876 , before many days. When the pulse is their own board, tho bees present us
will be when it says : “Honest pay­ over 70 for months, and there is a with a revenue of $8,000,000. To
ment of our debts, unalterable opposi­ slight cough, the lungs are affected.
reckon in another way, they make a
tion to Grantism, constant warfare
i clear gift of over a pound of pure
against tho ‘rings’ which infest the
A M ammoth S teer .—An exchange honey to every man, woman and child
Administration and on which its power says that a steer owned by George in tho vast domain of tho United
is built up, thorough reform at Wash­ Miller, a farmer on Lost river, near . States. Over twenty-three and one-
ington, and overthrow of the one-man I Klamath lake, Oregon, has arrived at third million pounds of wax are given
power in politics, aro tho war-cries of Salem and will be sent to the Centen­ to us by these industrious workers.
the people.”
nial. The steer stands 19 hands high Tho keeping of bees is one of the
(6
feet and 4 inches), measures 19 feet j most profitable investments that our
Secretary Chandler has commenced
a general removal in tho Interior De­ j from tip to tip, and weighs 5,000 people can make of their money. The
partment. All tho chief clerks are pounds. Whether this steer is larger profits arising on tho sale of surplus
dismissed by advice of ex-Indian Com­ than that of our friend, the Hon. Jacob honey average from fifty to two hun­
missioner Smith, who is himself re­ See, of Montgomery City, Mo., we dred per cent, on the capital invested.
placed by E. S. Toby, of Boston, and doubt. We will put Missouri against
N ew D ance .—The new Diagonal
tho subordinate clerks will be pretty the world for big steers, and, if tho
Waltz
is said to possess remarkable
well thinned out. It is not probable Oregon steer goes to the Centennial,
that there is any reform intended by we will see that Mr. See’s steer goes mathematical l>eauties. The directions
this action, but perhaps merely to there too. Missouri takes second are : Begin at the top of the last line
place in nothing.— Column's Hural forming the letter W, and complete
make way for ¡»arty favorites.
the letter without turning your part­
An outbreak of the Indians in the World.
ner ; back and advance diagonally at
Black Hills country appears imminent.
A n Englishman was boasting to a an angle of about forty-five degrees.
The savages are defiant and their ra­ Yankee that they had a l>ook in the Meanwhile hug your partner as closely
tions have been stopped. There are British Museum which was once as she will permit, and project your el.
250 Apaches in the mountains expect­ owned by Cicero. “Ob, that ain’t bows at an acute angle into the stom­
ing aid from the Utes, and have sent nothin’,” retorted the Yankee; “in the ach of any awkward fellow or anxious
off their squaws and children. A com­ museum in Besting they’ve got the mamma who seeks to interfere. The
pany of cavalry and a force of 300 vol­ lead pencil that Noah used to check . diagonal waltz offers a rare opportuni­
unteers are ready to move against off the animals that went into the ty for a short cut into the affections of
them. Capt. Pollock’s command has ark.”
any susceptible young woman.
left the Black Hills and gone into
Winter quarters at Fort Laramie.
I ndustry , economy and prudence
O ur brains are seventy-year clocks.
Hundreds of miners are going into are the sure forerunners of success. The angel of life winds them up once
the hills. Arrests have been made of They create that admirable combina­ for all, then clow the rase and gives
persons for selling whisky to Indians tions of powers in one which always the key into the hand of th? angel ot
on the reservation.
i conduce to eventual prosperity.
. the resurrection.
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