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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
A BACHELOR S DINNER.
A. C. JONES,
I'liis? she asked, opening the bottle
ami tasting it.
It is cream tartar, she replied, laugh
ing. Never mind; perhaps 1 can find
something that we can eat; ami disap
p aring, she soon returned bringing
sundry dishes of cold edibles.
Is tho fish entirely spoiled? asked
I think it is. Was it alive when
you put it in the pan? 1 see the scales
were not moved.
Do rice puddings always boil over?
he asked evading an answer.
They never do if the ri e had been
previously cooke-l, she replied.
Aleck’s spirit seemed depressed.
His dinner was an entire failure, but
May so »n caused him to forget it, ami
when Nellie ami her mother returned,
they were enjoying themselves and
chatting as if they had been acquainted
Nelli«* and her mother listened to an
exagg« rated account of Aleck’s expe
rience, as May tried to «lescribe his
appearance at the door, 1 thought at
first it was d ghost, but cangi)t a
glimpse of his patent leather boots, and
this couvin«*ed «no of my error, and
1 boldly enter«*d.
Years have passed since then and
May has been Aleck’s happy wife, but
she «iften laughs at th«* remembrance of
Aleck’s dinner.— Chicago News.
AGKK i i.nim.
<•<><»1 Stock mill llaril Tim«'*.
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
OFFICE—On Oregon Street, in Orth’s Brick
Advertisements will t»e inserted ¡n 4b*
T ime ' al tiie following rates :
One s<piar«‘, one insertion................... - S8.00
each subscijucnt one.....—— 1-^
lx*gal advert ¡.'♦»•incuts inserted reasonably^
A tair re»luction from the above rate* mad®
to yearly ami time advertisers.
Yearly advertisements pay able quarterly
Job printing neatlj- ami promptly execut'
eii, ami at r«‘as«»nable rates.
C ounty W ahkants always taken at par.
yield was 69} per cent, greater in th«
16-inch drills than in tlie8-inch drills.
The Agriculturist remarks: “ft is a-
reasonable to believe that grain crops
should be benefited by cultivation as
that potatoes, corn, cabbages and othe»
rops should be. Hoeing wheat in
Europe is not an uncommon practice,
and farmers in this country have begun
it with marked success.”
Aleck, said Mrs. Hastings, with a
A Burlington correspondent of th e
troubled look on her face, do you
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
IIY.sA rn Jinral states that the present
think you coubi get your own dinner
liartl times are doing more than alt
to-day? Bridget has gone to spend th«1
i I ilm papers have been able to accom
Will practice in all the Courts of the State. FANCY GOODS, «lay with her sick cousin, while Nellie
plish for a generation in teaching the
Office on 5th street, opposite Court House.
that there is more money in
Snmmor’s, as it is her last day at
bl »oiled stock than in scrubs. Th«*
G. H. AIKEN, M. D..
Beachgrove. it is a long drive, and
BOYS' and GIRLS’
majority of farmers need this cudgel
we shall not be home until evening. I
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
of adversity to drive them into the
don’t li e to leave the house entirely
FRAI ON IX .if A11. <<»XTKA<TN.
use of improved stock. The best
. MASONVILLE, OREGON.
READY-MADE CLOTHING, atom, or I would rather you would
• »reeds of cattle, sheep and hogs have
dm«' at the res'aurant.
At the lettings in July last, all of
been well represented in southern
’Office—On California street, opposite Union
principal routes were bid for at a
J on’t worry, mother, ho said, gaily;
Wisconsin for the past fifteen years,
utterly inadtquate to allow th«'
I prefer getting my own dinner, and 1
giving farnmrs a chance to buy pure
B03TS AND SHOES,
to perform the service with-
fancy 1 can do it in such a manner as
tired males of high grades at moderat«*
DR. L. DANTORTH,
himself. The routes
would make Bridget l»lu-h for her call
prices to cross on their native stock
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
H seburg, and from
ing. I’ll manage, never fear. Why,
This giv s them all the practical value
GRQCF.ltIES, BEDSTEADS d CHA JRÄ its just the easiest thing in world. All
City are case« in
of these improved breeds at little cost:
(he mail is now
you have to <lo is to consult a recipe
out so far as my observation extends
at an in-
book, and work by rule.
Office on California street, opposite P. J.
not one farmer in a hundred has avail-
Ryan’s store. Calls promptly attended
With a doubtful smile, Mrs. Hast
«•d himself of this opportunity, They creased price, while the Becond is sus-
to. day or night.
ings left the room, and it was not long
had rather lose twenty five dollars on pended, doubtless, for a similar raise.
ere he heard them drive away.
every steer they sell than pay fifty Au explanation of tho true inwardness
J. W. ROBINSON. M.D.,
«lol’ars for a Durham bull, I cannot of the whole matter is found in a lettei
LIQUORS, TOBACCO and CIGARS. Alone, am I? he soliloqu zed. I sup-
PHYSICIAN AND' SURGEON,
p< Se I might as well commence then.
think of more than six men within as of Jes se D. Carr to Mr. Waddel, chair
What o’llock? Well, allowing for my
many miles of this place who have man of the House committee on post
inexperience, I can have it all ready
used thoroughbr«*«! Durham bulls to otfi. es and postroads, a portion of which
by 12 o’clock, I am certain.
any extent, ami «hould say they ha»i we copy. Mr. Curr says:
Office in Masonic Building, next door to
Route 46.263, from Yreka to Shasta,
Kreur.er’s Bakery, Oregon street. Resi
Rummaging the pantry, he found
made fully six times as much as their
dence at B. F. Dowell’s.
th«« recipe hook, and it was at lea-t
neighbors who raise scrubs, I sa w was advertised for three times a week,
122 miles, schedule time 36 hours. It
linlf an hour before he could make up
one of these men »hive steer? s on the
E. H. AUTENRIETH,
Orth’s Brick Building, Jacksonville.
his mind what to have.
scales weighing 2,045 each, 1 lis next was let to C. W. Foster of St. Albans,
1’11 have warm biscuits for one thing;
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR AT LAW,
door neighbor was offered $45 apiece Vt. — which means Bradley Barlow, as
guess I’ll make them first; ami throw
for steers one year older. Ask any he is Barlow's son-in-law—for $4,000 a
mg oft his coat, he pinned a sheet in
farmer if th«*r«‘ is any money in Jer- year. This Hervice is all that is re
Tin: <><»1.1» ITEI,i»S <»|- Al.ANKV.
Will practice in all the Courts of the State. i LT. OF THE ABOVE ARTICLES SOLD front, rolled up his sleeves, and was
'(>ys and he will tell you they are too quired; but before the service com
menced, July 1st, this schedule lime
Prompt attention given to all business left
ready to begin.
W. G. Morris, special commissioner small ami worthless for beef. But I was reduced, the route extended from
believe me, call and ascertain prices for
in my care.
Flour, he said, reading from the of Hit' Governu e.'it to examine into notice that the few men who are rais
yourselves. No humbug !
Offiee in Orth’s Brick Building—upstairs.
All kimls ot produc«' ami hides taken in book. There it is. Getting rattier th»' condition of Alaska, has completed ing grade Jerseys get from two to four Shasta to Reading, six miles further
exchange for goods.
low, I guess, he muttered, as hi.' the duly assigned him, and will soon Hums the price of natives for their only, and the pay increased to $22,-
head disappeared in the hair I.— make a voluminous report, lu regard grad«* heifers. One sold five yearlings 000 a year—five and a half times as
AITORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
When it emerged he looked as to that territory being ri« h it) miner«I the past year at $50 each, another tea much as it was bid off at. This same
th» igh twenty years had been added wealth Mr. Morris recently stated to a young heifers at 11early the same man Foster bid off route 46,245 from
Reading to Weaverville for $2,000 a
to hi' life.
reporter in San Francisco that gold, price; another sold three year olds at
six times a week; forty-four
Cor. ( ’al. A Oregon Sts.,
Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
Saleratus, he added, sc
the silver, iron, co I and other mineral' $60 to $100 apiece. Was there any
Prompt attention given to all business en
This route passes over the
book. What is th it? I
le certainly exist in rich deposits in many har»i times in these sales?
trusted to mv care.
or road for some eighteen
will sections of the country. He declare I
Office opposite Court House.
OREGON. that white sluff io the bol
In rai'ing hogs a larger proportion
(from Reading via
put a d«.ut>le do>e of it sc
confidently that he looks for one of the of farmers have availed themselves «»f Shasta to the Tower House) that the
JAMES S. HOWARD,
them extra light; for Bi
greatest mining excitements of the age the u-e of pure bre«l males, yet not one now from Yreka to Reeling p:us
no very distant day all along the »me in ten to the extent they would
U.S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR
They were soon ready and placed co;i't islands and those of the Alex in have fouml it profitable, The few who es over. The daily mail from Reading,
Cal., via Sacramento river to Ros *burg.
Keeps constantly on hand a full assortment into th«' oven.
»ler Ar liipelago.
The interior ha' have rai-e'l pure bree«ls have never Or., passes through Yreka, so that
of furniture, consisting of
I’ll get everything r«»a«ly first, an I never been prospected owing to the yet found the pri?e of pork so low a « to
Josephine and Curry counties, Oregon.
build a roaring tire as will «'ook it unfavorable <1 i'po'i>ion of the native yie|»l them no profit, though 1 do not you see that Yreka has a daily mail
Offiaial snrvevs mad»' and patents obtained
independent of this one from Reading
in a sh«»rt tim«1, pridii g hitiRclf on hi' tribes; ; but
at reasonable rates. Full copies of Mining
tint enough is known to con think «he most of our farmers at pres via F<>ri Jone-1, Shasta, etc. There is
laws and Decisions at my office in Jack
forethought. Wliit next?
vine» anyone who lias investigated ent are realizing tr»>re than twenty-
At this momenta little boy appear (he matter (hit as r ii-h aut if» Hub livt' cents a bu'h 1 for the corn fe«l to nothing under the canopy taf heaven to
ed at the kitchen door. Her«« is a tis!i »piartz w ill yet be brought to light a- th«‘ir hogs
A young farmer near require a mail oftener than three
STANDS, SOFAS, LOUNGES,
MARTIN VROOMAN. M. D.,
that was ordered yesterday, said the Nevada has ever produced, R'cent ly here»*ommenced several years since times a we-k on this route, 46,263. 1
tlo not know that any of our member'
P II Y S I C I A N A N D S U R G E O N,
in th»* Tongas Narrows, near the p ri to raise Berk'hires, obtaining at a 1 -w of Congress have been instrumental in
PARLOR A BEDROOM SUITS,
1' it fresh? a*ke»I Aleck.
of Wiangel, lias l»een discovered a vein price a few pigs descend«* I «iirectly
Yes; caught this morning, replied which as'iij ' $3<l<> per ton in g >11, $37 from the best her«l in the Slate. He h iving this swindle perpetrated upon
(he d«'pirtment; but if they hive they
the t»oy, running off.
in silver ami 6<t per < ent. of copp< r h:»< ma le fully double w hat he would must certainly know’ it was a swindle.
Dr. V rooman conies here with the intention
'1 his i' an unexpected luhlition. b»- This min»' is ie r’ily acce-stl l<> to v. a’ei have d »tie from common stock. I
of permanently locating himself in the
7'ractiee of his profession. Is a gradu- han»l and made t«»or»ler. Planing done on murmured. 1’11 fry it, ami dashinj
'■iw him one «lay driving a lot of hogs 1'lie mails from R»*ading to Roseburg
■ate, and. from twenty-seven years' experi- reasonable terms. 7-ir I nilertaking a spe water u|«»ti it, he place«! it in a p in n tvigitioti and fuel is abundant. AU
is, or was adverti'«d for ten and a halt
along tbi.‘ coast can be seen outcrop- to th«> station for shipment, ami among trips a week. I am of the opinion
■encein tho diseases incident to tbi* ('oast, cialty.
with a hug«' lump of butter, ami it «m pi gs of <j i utz. I’ho reason why so t«»»'oi was one sow that, having ceased
flatters himself as being able to give gen
the stove! That is remiy. Now 1 .'Up Ii»i i»- >' „. own < ■. the mi
. , 1
io breed, he was selling for pork, that the same B.ulow, Foster A Co.
Office at the City Drug Store; residence on
pose I must have a rice pmblirig is owing to the fact that 1.0 III 111 I' Stic outweighed any common hog of will eventually be found the centric-
That looks easy, and 1 remember now safe in exploring Ali'ka. M »mt tin a the same dimensions by at least 100 tors on this rout«*, and as their heavi
CALIFORNIA STR E ET,
that I upset a paper of rice w..i!e stiict patrol by a gunbo t, enact laws pounds, ami th«' owner remarked that e-t mails are between R»*ading an»l
MRS. BR. ELLA EORD ROBINSON.
siatcbing fur the saleratus. Two cup' for the protection of life and prop« r y -lit' hail brought at l««ast $5o«> to the Yreka, t»y having this 46,263 route
rice, he read slowly. But wheie i> ami tne punishment of crime, ami this f irm since he had ownetl ht-r. lie had made daily and (he schedule shorten
GIVES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
Kahler <fc Bro., Proprietors. of
the use of measuring; there is no! iiiikti» wti country will have before it a '»»Id a large mimt><>r of her pigs as ed up, it w ill enal»le them to dispense
much more than that in the paper; degree of unexampled prosperity, ami breeders at about double the price of with this li df daily trip tbit the de
DISEASES OP WOMEN.
I’ll put it right in, ami suiting tiie ac di'i ovei i» s will be trade which will common stock, and when rais»'d for partment will be paying them for. 1
IRE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAM»
denounce it to be as villainous a swin
soon concocted astonish the whole civilized worl I.
pork they mature«! more rapidly ami
W the largest and most complete assort tion to the word, he
dle as has ever been practiced on the
la peculiar looking
moKing mixture, under
gave more meat for the same food by
OBSTETRIC PRACTICE. ment of
departrn» tit; both of the mutes, 46,262
the head of rice pmbling. I don’t
B oiled apple -D i mpling . —One at least oiie-thir»l than ordinary hog'
and 45,245, shoubl be put back the
DRUGS, MEDICINES AN D CH EM ICA I> care for a variety to-day, he remarkeil, pound of suet, one p mini of flour, The low price of p rk an»l the preva
ami residence at B. F. Dowell’s,
| and proceeded to build a fire. Now heaping teaspoonful of salt; chop the lence of hog diseases have «iepress«“! way they were first let and Mr. Foster
i’ll arrange the table for dinner.
suet in a little of the fl ur to prevent ill«« prices ot blooiled stock, s i that as comp« lied to carry them on his origin
to be found in Southern Oregon.
Also the latest and finest styles of
He was just ins’ituting a vigorous its caking; chop very fine—as fin»* a- goo»l a pure bred Berkshire pig as any al contracts, and whoever gets the
sear« h for the tablet loth when he wa* meal, then add flour ami mix thorough farmer couhl ask f»»r can be had f«>r $5 Reading and Roseburg route should
be compelled to perform the ten and a
stat tied by a ring at the d«)«>r-l>ell.
ly; then a»l»l cold waler enough to This is a.i opportunity that may not
half trips per week as advertised.
Jacksonville Gransr Vo.
P. of II..
Forgetting his appearan«!« he open- make a paste; roll as thin as pie cru>t; » ccur again in a generation for farmer-«
Mr Carr gives other inslan<*es of a
Holds its regular m«'»'tings ever v two weeks And a great varietv of PERFUMES and
pare a dozen large apples, quarter and in «iioderate means to start h« rds and
at the residence of J . N. T. Miller,
'1'01 LET A RTICLES, including the best and ed the door and encountered a young
character, and we earnestly hope
C. MI NG I S, Master.
cheapest assortment of COMMON and PER lady whose blue eyes were sparkling core them, keeping each apple by it to se«ure the benefits of general ions of that, public attention having been call
A nnik M iuler , Secretary.
self, ph ice t ie quarters together again cart ful bn eding in improving the com
FUMED SOAPS in this market.
r-ir p rescriptions carefull v compounded.
and cut the paste in a square to covet mon stock. One thing we may as ed to these swiinll» s, the remedy will
be speedily applied.— Statesman.
Or«on fh’ipter Vo. 4. R. A. M„
1 am Mary Carroll, and have come to the a| p e; tie each dump i >g in a sqmir well m;)k«‘ up our mimls to, and th it
Holds its regular meetings monthly
make Nellie Hastings a visit, am! cloth, leaving very little room to » is that no man can afloril to raise pour
Tuesday evenings of or preceding each full
P rof . K napp ’« T errible P redic
thought I would surprise her. Ar° swell. Bod an hoir, putting them in stock in hard times.
moon, at TS o’clock. Companions in good
.—The fact that so many fish are
-standing are invited.
you not her brother Aleck? slu* aske«l, to boiling water; serve with bard
J. E. ROSS, High Priest.
off the coast of Florida calls to
ST MARY'S ACADEMY. an I finding it impossible to control her sauce.
[Freni th«* Prairie Farmer.]
M ax M vi . t . er , Secretary.
the awful prediction of Prof.
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mirth, she burst into a raging laugh,
Some prin ipal reasons why a sys
To R e X' o V a TE BLACK D resses —
in w hich Ah't k was forced to join, for Buy ten < cuts’ worth »if soap bark— tem of mixed farming, which includes, Knapp. From the juxtaposition of
Table Rock Encampment Vo. 10,1. 0. 0. F.
lie bad caught a glimpse of him-elf in from tliei-o ip-tree, Sa/n'mlus Suponttria the rai'ing of stock largely, is surer certain planets to our earth, he pre
Holds regular sessions in its
Hall, O»!»i Fellows' Building, in
the looking-glass as he ushered tier in —of any druggist; steep a while in a ami at the same time more profitable, dicts that one-half of the population of
Jacksonville, Or«*gon,on the 2d
t«) the family sitting room. The sheet quart of water; strain into a basin and is that thus the farm is kept up to i’s the world, including man ami all kind'
»nd 4th Tuesday evenings of each ami every
of animals, and even vegetable life will
month. All soj.iurnii’g Patriar»'lis are cor
he scholastic year of this extending from his neck to the tips of it is ready f«>r use.
It is best to take original fertility, and often to increase«! perish before or »luring the year 198(1.
school will »'oinmeiiee about the eml »'I bis boots, his venerable-looking lieml; the dr. ssapart,brushing every particle fertility. This farmer never mak» s
dially invite»! t*> inc«‘t with us.
In a lecture delivered several years
J. A. BOYER, C. P.
August, ami is divided in tour sessions, all was enough to excite laughter,
of »lust from it. With a sponge dip an entire failure of crops, however ago, he said that this desolation w<»ul«i
of eleven weeks each.
T. B. K ent , Scribe.
and, having recovered fiom hissuilib n ped into the decoction, wipe oil’ each bad tin'season. His fat stock gives
Board and tuition, per term,.........
commence- by the fishes of the sea dy
. 4.00 'urprise, he soon informed her of the piece thoroughly, folding it up as you him cash returns twice a year, if nee
Be«l and Be»l»ling................................
ing, and pestilence an»l famine occur
. 8.00 whole state of affairs.
Drawing and painting......................
proceed. Then with well heated irons es'ary: once in th«» spring from wint»*r ring in more southern latitudes. The
I w ill a'sist you, she said, st ill I lUgll- s Hooth ami press all upon the wrong feeding, and again in'be autumn from
ing. I will arrange the table While side until dry. The result of this pro pa'tutag«*. In the case of sheep, this famine in Chilli, ami the yellow fever
PROFESSI« IN A L IIA1R-CUTT ER,
SELECT DAY SCIIOOI
you look after the dinner and make cess is quite wonderful. Il is applicable gain is atlded to !»y the wool sold in scourge in the South, and now the
fearful pestilence among the fi-hes in
Primary, per term,.................................... ? ,! On yourself presentable.
Ilf ORTH'S BUILDING.
the summer. His dairy ami p ultry
to all blare goods.
Southern waters, ar«* si many st ps in
Aleck, after laying aside the sheet,
yard will furnish no small sum in (lie
fulfillment of Prof. Knapp’s prophecies
Pupils are received at anytime, ami spe and brushing the fl »ur from his hair,
O range C ake .— Two cups of sugar, spring, summer and autumn. The
There is no doubt but that Pint.
TJESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES T< ) cial attention is paid to particular stmlies in went out to see how dinner was pro
two of flour, one-half ot water, five milk, butter and cheese, and a well-
(Y the public of Ja»'ks»»nville ami \ ieinity behalf of ehihiren who have but limite,!
is right; but who knows who
«-that he was a seliolar ot I’rot. Dr. Mosier, time. For further particulars apply at the grossing. An unsavory odor assailed yolks of eggs ami three of the white-; kept vegetable garden, will furni'h the half that are to perish will be? It
•director of the University of <ireifswahle, Academy.
him as he entered the room. What two tehspoonfuls of baking powder; a om-half the living of the family.
Prussia, ami Prof. Dr. Volkmann, ot the
does this mean, he excl timed,and May little 'alt, and juice an»l grated rind of I'hese rules, as stated, are general ones. seems to us that evi ryl»o ly ought to
University ot Halle. During the Franco-
r. pare for the final change or else re
STATE SALOON. who followed him to ascertain th«- one orange. Beat tiie whit«*s to a stift They will apply to all sections of the ; pudiate
Prussian war he was s|>ecial assistant to NEW
Prof. Knapp’s prophecy.
tho IkH't«»r-in-ehief Zuelzer ami Ludwig ot
wherealaiuts of some needed article, froth, arid t he sugar and w hen thorough »•«»•liitry, north, south, east and west,
Berlin ami Breslau. Germany. l ia»tures
, stood gazing on the scene.
ly mixed ad»l tin* volk' (which should being motlitie»! only by climatic con
ami external diseases, acute or chrome, most
R emoving G lass S toppers .—Oft
have b«'cn previously beaten for flv«> ditions ami the adaptation of certain
carefully treated. <’upping.L««'» hing, Bl««ed-
the glass stoppers ot bottles become
ous mixture, which be ¡it once recog minute') Then mix all t«rgether, animals and plants to a climate Th«'
ing and teeth extracteti al all hours.
in their necks, and cannot be re
All kinds of bir«ls stuffed anil put up in
nized as his pudding; the fish wa~ ami bake in five j»*lly-cak«i pans.
rule will apply always. The farmer
■mast natural sha|»es.
by pulling or twisting. An
• u ned to a crisp.
who raises th«' greatest variety of « rops
Jacksonville, Ihs'. 11, 1877.
aving again taken possession
ust as Hiyt's wo paring his las! or animals which his soil is c qmble of effectual method is to wrap a wet rag
ot this saloon, tiie undersimied will be
Making a dive for the kettle, ho sue
to -ustaining is, all things considered, around the neck ami b*t it remain a
in grasping i«, but, dropping ¡' corn the other night preparatory
WILL. JACKSON. Dentist. ci'iierallv at this <>1»1 and popular resort.
an- the best ami most successful.
few seconds. The heat will expand
Th«* finest liquors ami cigars can always in is .-mid« nly, it rolled on the fl »or, peare«i wittia telegram.
the neck of the hottie, when the stop
l'xj»»-riiii»-ii«s in lli-illin^ W h»-ut.
had at this place, ami the tables ar«' sup while lx* executed a war «lance ¡trouml
per can be removed before the he it
plied with all tiie h'ading newspapers ami it, occasioned by the pain in his haml.
penetrates the stopper itself; or wind
Indi hi , announcing that h»'had been
periodicals of the »lav.
Returning to the sitting r»om, May
A tirst-elass billiard table is also kept at
a string once or twice ar »und the n c\,
proc«*e»l «1 to «Iress the injure«! haml. elect«' I chii f of the tri!>e, but counted the results are not only sal ¡-»factory
0. W. SAX AGE.
an»l, confining the bottle, pull alter
out by fratul, ami calling upon Haye-
ami succeeded in allaying the pain.
to act as ref» rec in settling the matter. but astonishing. A committee wa> natelj’ on one and then on the ot her
I have some biscuits in the oven, he Il spoiled Hayes’ sleep lor that night. app >int«'d to over-ee the experiments »•nd of the string, thus croat ing ft ict ion,
California Street, Jacksonville. Oregon.
said. 1 think they must be done by
¡«ml make the report. Sixty-eight and,consequently,heat. < )r a little ca;u-
D ivorced . — A man recently ob pounds of seed p- r acre were sown iri ; bene di p,»ed bet we n the te:k and
Lie down on the sofa, ami I will see tained a divorce, and declared: “One»' drills, 16 inches apart, and 90 pounds 't»ipp* r of the bottle will teiicve the
about them, sh • »-aid. She soon re- tn re I stand erect, and a same the per acre were drilleil in the usual wav. stopper.
turned hearing on a plate sotuetliing attitude of freedom and a single man.” l li.it in 16 !n»'h drills was cultivated
the EAGLE BREWER V
I that resembled lumps of putty. Break Then he went homo, got into bed, and with ft l.orse-wheat hoe once in the
A bout tiie M oon .—The moon is
ing one of them open ami tasting it, in a hour awoke w ith a bad case of ill fill ftibl twi»'e in th«* spring; the other, just the thing for coon-hunting ami
rpilis P«d’ULAR RESORT, UNDER THE.
Where’s M iria? Quick! of cour-m, was not cultivateii after 'ow sleigh-riding; but it isn’t worth much
HE PROPRIETOR. JOS. WETTERER. 1 new manag«'inent. is furnishing the best she made a wry face. You forgot t ness, yelling:
lias now on hand ami is »-onstantly man braml' of li»|ii<>rs. wines ami cigars. Th«* put the saleratus, in didn’t you?
Get a mustard plaster, or I’m a goner.” ing. Therep.ut says that th«* 16-inch for gathering chicken' or talking about
reading table is supplied with Eastern peri-
ufacturing the best Lager Beer in Soiitln'rn
No, he said, I put lots in—nearly
did not lodge or crinkle, while the 8- the greenback movement ov«*r the
«»regon, which he will sell in »luantitu’s to oilicals and leading papers of the Coast. half uf the Lottie,
inch lot did eo badly, rhe average frout gate with another fellow’s girl.
Give me a call.
suit purchaser». Call and teat the article.
FURNITURE WARE ROOMS,
A Kiss 'Uatche I without permission
in B ilFd-i, N-w York, cost ihey»»ung
urn who s'latehcd it $10 and co»ts.
That was reasonable enough. Ws
know a y»>ung man who snat<*h"»l a
kiss at a plciii • five yearsago, and since
tbit tim«* it has cost hnu more than
fifteen hundred dollars for her board,
To G lazk L inen —Lilian may bo
glazed by adding a teaspoonful ot Bak
and one of finely- scraped soap tu a plut