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at u»e ruUowlu# ratw:
T<n U hm , on« luaertlon
•• •’ ewvh aub«®quent Inaertlon.
A fair reduction from tbeabvreralaamadetw
vewrl; and tlmtadvarUaera.
EUITOH AND PKOPHIETOK.
NEW TIMES BUILDING
, HBce—Corner Third and C S«rvi-t«.
THE TIMES JOB OFFICE
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true copy per anuntn. In advance ..
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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 17,1890
^TATE <*F OREGON.
, ., S, nat .r«..l H Mitchell. J. N G.ilPh;
i ‘nxrt-teman. U. H.-rmanm G.’Vernor.W Pen-
¿ir s.vftnry «»f
Georsv W Mc-
Hri !»•• ’■xtat«- rrcii-dUt’T, Geo. W. Wubb; State
Printer F. < Bakrr: Hipt. Public Instruction,
M 'Elroy ^upr«'in«* Ju«i<**. R-
. i. t JuMu * »w. P Lori. K.1 iV-an.
<* »injTisina Jacket>n. J«w<«*pbiiie, Lak«• ana
K 4 iVh i »untici* Circuit Ju U«'. L. R. Wcb-
rat.T Dutru t Mtorury. W M. Colvig.
SILAS J. DAY,
COVEREI» WITH SCALES. AWEFLSPECTA-
< IX. < t’KEO IN FIVE WEEKS BY
THE CL'Tlt lllA HEMED1ES.
notary public ,
REAL ESTATE ACENT I
rit^T JrUK KL DIKTKICT.
AbGtracts Made of Titles to
« 11 »t.»r Theo. I'ameron. Repretwntativea.
- t arry J W Merritt. .1. M. McCall: County
l.iiae .IK N II: C »mmisammr«. C. W. Tay_-
il m II it m "i’t.CI. rk.M Muller; Sheriff. J.
I, it’d—’V fi,aoir. r, G. H. lUo.iinvr-Aaatwnor,
I j lU'inlmii School Buperinteiadt’at, U.S.
Surveyor. P. Api'1'’gate; Coroner.
I « Partton; Stis-k Inspect or. W. F. Songer.
Joint Senator, W. St. Clair; Reprt-»eiit»tlve,
H II Miller; County Judge, V. i olvlg: Com-
.iiera. v. <». Uiaelow. P. Hansen;Clerk. I .
K c i.in-lor; Stieriff, James < . Mos»; Treaaur-
, , j tv Shever. Ateusaor, E. C. Harmon,
-. i > j »uiH’rtnten.lent. W. A M« m I i » Survey
or c W Haven»; Coroner. Dr. Wallace.
or all klii'ls «Irawn up. espct'iallv pcrUiuiUf
t<» tho svttlement uf estate^
Collfft; r of Affonnts. Proinpt Rciuiltanera.
InvcHtiuent Sccuritlf« » Snccialty. Jackson
t'ounty .«ci i|> Houglit »n-l S-’ld.
I have a complete »et ■»! M»p«ofall IhcHtir-
vcyt-d Landslntlua eounty, and rt-cetve Ab
stract» inoiithly rroui Ko»i btirg of all new
entro s made. ì ani tlius prt-pared to mnkt-
out Honii-.ti-iul and l’rc-einplioti pape era, and
can -avt- lo partii*» tbe expense of a trip to
Rost-burg Lana «tffice.
Joint Senator.C. A. Cogaw.’U of Lake: Rep-
re» illative. A »Ulderot Like; County Judge,
I a t»rr C i ivuxuoncrs. W.C. Crawford.
» SilTora; • i.-rk, A I. Leavitt; Sheriff, F.
W G iwatr Treasurer, Win. K. Howe; Asnes-
» ,i’ John Smart; School Superintendent. P. U
F .’i’ll iln; Surveyor, l-ta. Leakeard;Coroner, J.
i.tax county .
Joint Senator.«'. A. Cogswell of latke; Itep-
r-«. Iitativ.’, A. Hinder; County Judge
Wilsum-. Coin nissioner«, A. » . Lane, Geo M.
I oi”- Cierk 'V. N. Hutton; Sheriff, W. P. Hey-
for-l frc.uurer. A MeCallou; School Superiu-
tciident. A. H. Fuht-r; Awtwrtr, J. h. Me
li inouaic Stts'k Inapeeior. D. R. Jones.
I HAVE SEVEHAI. FINE rAHMK AN’I> OTHER
I»E>IHABLE FKOPF.HTY IN MY
HANDS FOR SALE.
:r~Prmupt reply n>a«le to all litters.
(’barges iu accordance with the times.
E hq ..
“ ‘ to '* '* Berkman,
Banker; : to
t*.. Hon. L. R. . Webster,
judicial district, an«l t«» any buMmwa bou««* in
SILAS J. DAY.
MCKTlhtl orCOUHTS, rTc.
The supreme court ot Oregon meets at
—»'’-til regular terms commencing on the tlret
M »Ii-Uys in March and iKtober. aiso at l’en-
II. t ii •• onc.u- nclng on Itrst Monday In May.
Tbe circuit court forth'' rtrst Judicial district
sits m Jackson county oil first Motulaya In
April. September and Drcemte-r. tn Klamath
I’ouiity on second Mon-lay in June and n<»t
Mon lav iu Novemta-r. In Lake county tui the
mi I Moii’lay ill May and the aecon-l Monday
III October. In J.etephme county on first
Mondays 111 March and August.
For Jackson county the c unity. probate ami I
commissioners' courts meet every month,
commencing witn the tlrst M inday; fpr J-— -
tililne county, the tlrst Monday in January.
April July aii-t September; for Lake county,
every'alternate month, eomiu’-ni'ing the tlrst
Monday tn January. For Klamath county the
»r»t W.slnosday in March, June. September
NEW GOODS, NEW PRICES
NEAT. DURABLE. STRONG AND CHEAP
YAQUINA BAY ROUTE
Mlioi't T^ine to Onkifornia
FREIGHTS &, FARES THE LOWEST
VrrollNKY AND COL'NSELOK AT LAW.
P. P. PRIM,
ATT o IINKY \NI> Col’NsKLOB AT LAW,
C. C. HOGUE,
C. H. HASWELL
Gen l F. a P. Ag t. O P. R. R <*«».
Gen l F. A I’- Ag't,<>re«ua D«wel«»pnaent Co.,
Will practice in all courts <>f the Stat«', office
jo4 Montgomery St .Han Francisco ('al.
in the Court House, third door to 1« ft of en
Medford Roller Mills
Al’roRSEY AND COUNSELOR Al LAW,
WHl practice in all courts of the State. Offiv
iu Orta's br.ek, up-stairs.
J. J. HOUCK,
NOTARY PUBLIC ANI» CONVEYANCER.
Gold Hill, Orejón.
Will Atlvmt togli bualnvtw in my line with
promptm ss and at rt-iisonablv ratea.
WM. M. COLVIC,
ATVOKNEY ani » cut NSELOK at law .
XViII practice in all th«- courts <»t tlir S'.ite.
Pn »’•«•cut in g Att«»rn«-y for Firat Judicial
Disir:ct. Office in Court-bouse.
ROBERT C. SMITH,
vrroRNEY ANI» COl'NSEl.OK AT LAW.
•/«c A « on citte, Or.
Offi«*e in building formerly occupied by Dr.
S IT It VEYO H.
Jiu kaoux ills, Oregon.
Surx eying of all kinds done in a tti-st-clasa
manner and at reasonable rates.
isr’Spt-cial attention paid to locuting gov
O. F. DEMOREST,
RESIDENT DENTIS T,
J. C. LEE, M. Da,
P H Y S I C I A N A.M D S U R G E O N .
Cmtral Point, Orrgon.
Calls promptly attvn«l«*d t«i «lay or night.
Ti e ro ler p'ucess niac.'iiuery in ti e
Rutte « 'e k nit b i.aviiu? b« en i»!ac» «i in
P«.>itn>n «n 1 bu>
Raving been rv-
-uin«*'l, I ani now rea«iv to.NUpnly a>l who
max come wim the be*t uf roib r pr«»ce5»s
tl ur at market rate*. I will continue to
exchange with farmers for wheat at the
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE FORMED A
lolh w.ng rate« 3M |>ound> <f superior
1 copartnership with an auth. rii««i « ap tai ot
ft»! the purfww*«*of carrying on a Gener
A XV RI I I > Í.1 X R t > i L E »- U ven f r baker’s grade t! tir per bushel w ith«>ut offal,
al Banking Busineaa In all <»f !|fc branch«1« in C\rr\ f «i ,.r
, 1.1 » r« f
t r in-iî • y if or 31 pounds of b iker > grade tf*»ur per
JiM k**«nviile. Oreg.»n. office at the old stand r Permanent < c . •« not c-’ *, 1
XX <• tüi\ o bushel ani nine pounds *i feed.
ot Bei'kiiiau e Banking House*, S. E. corner (. al-
change limited, t«» faintly um * s . in farmer'»
||.,rlu. and Third wtr.-a-tw.
. f Lft'.i sv .. « ’ a i
.. L,-, ü p,
H’fH-lv « urrd
t’V thc->e c»f Av'iro.n::>i.\ ( *.r« «i'.ai froc. Ad iro* oack*. Will guarantee the output of tbe
THUS. G. KF.AMES.
Rutte creek iuiH» to be equal to the best
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
f! >ur made in southern Oregon.
l‘t>x JT, I : r¡. \ \:•, <#«i
A. J. D aley .
For »aie at Citx Drug Store, Jacksonville.
Eagle Point, Or., July 7, 181KI.
They .May be Foolin’.
that the chiefs of the
\VK HAVE NOW ONE OF THE BEST EQUIPPED FLOCKING MILLS IN THE STATE
Mormon handitt», at one of their saturnal-
t V and the
Owner for Jauktmn County of
I mk rtcen’iy held at Salt Lake city, resolved
by a un inmv'iis vote to abjure polygamy,
ONLY FULL ROLLER PROCESS MILL
‘ Hibbard’s Own’* Patent
i-bey the laws of the I ’idled States forsake
i rigandry and become decent
( aptain J at k >hackn.istv I ’in and S •onctiin
II. x.uil.rrn Oregon. Th<-«H inlll. »re now in»nur»cturinx the b««t irrn.le of flour c»er otfereil
to th. trad. In thl. Motion and are pri pur.d to till all order, tor Hour, null f< i-d, etc., on abort
did the same tiling, and Gen. Canby. Dr
uottee. All ordT-re by mall or til person will receive prompt attention.
Thomas and A. B. Meat ham be ieved them
honest. The result was the two former
lost their lives and the latter would have
Test the Flour and You Will Use No Other.
lo't hi* sca’p. had be not been hald-h* aded.
With 1 his Taint \ < ur >>I<1 shingle roofs can lie So l« ng a* ignorant women can be found,
willing t » replenish the saintly harems • (
made tx*tt«*r than they w< re when new.
Utah. | olygainy wdl continue a foul bait
No mm < rot. b ■ in u*< Iraki roofs.
No mor«- routs to tak« lire.
on the nabob's esrutebeon and a disgrace
to Christian civilization.
I 5 tn $10 per 100
A Perfect Preservative of Wood
10 •• 1A “ "
Piuni an*! I’nin«* Tr»*«*fl
S “ W " “
Jf»tr«re nf fUnttn^nta for Catarrh
Oth«T trcc8 i* tui rthrubberj furnished reasona-
That Contain Mvrrttry,
Send tor (’atHl««*ruv to
You must paint y< tir shingle roofs or they as mercury will surely destroy the M n^e of
J. H. SETTLEM1ER. Woodburn, Or.
NtiH-il «mi completely derange the whole
will rot out. You rnibt paint your
Bystem when entering it through the mu
metal roots or tti *y will runt out.
This paint J h no < xpentnent. It has stood the cous surfaces. Such articles shoubi never
be use«! except on prescriptions from repu
test ot time and wi can give you thous
ands of testimonials that ar«-
table physicians, a* the damage they will
•io is tenfold to the* good you can possioly
from them. Ila I s Catarrh Cure,
Does a General Banking Business, and Buys and Sells East
manufactured hy F. J Cheney & Co.. T«»le
do, O . contains no mercury, and is taken
ern, Domestic and Foreign Exchange.
internally, and acts direct y upon the biood
Pfie thia paint on your fcnc-poHtt*. your ami mucous surfaces « f the system, hi
buytng Hall’s C ttarrb (’lire he sure vou get
ph-in« ntM. Put it on you« hogp<'nn and chick the g« nuine
It is taken internally, and
en c«x»pa. It will waul off diseaae. The in mad« in To:e«l* . Oiiio, hv F. J. Cheney A
ventor «»f thia paint nan »prut mm v years in Co.
perfecting a paint tbat xx mild stand th«- storm,
£T^“Svld by druggists, price 7-'»c. per
n«-at and colu. It is n > xvoik ot a nmnth or
A full line in stock of
year. It tak«'S time t»»t«*st tin-wear of a roof bottle
paint. A roof takes nit h<- storms and almuld
GEN HR AL BUILDING MATERIAL
F<M»t.m<*r Record Broken.
ONE COAT OF THIS PAINT
Eventime was beaten at Wa*h ngt«»n,
Estimates and price-list s«-nt on application
is equal to tlire«* coats of any other paint, ami un Ort 1 Uli, in n 1HH yards run in If'S than
will last th re«* toms miger. It will tak« the ten sccunds. 1( stems hard to credit that
( Ot XTRY ORDERS a SPECIALTY.
warp out of siiingh s ami m;«k«' them look ilk«' at last the ircord for a luh-yarddash, whic h
Fact«»ry at Wridhr’s Mill. Salesroom» cor slat«-. A«l«ir<-sa
ba* stoou tor s«» many years, atm which nut
Third ami E street». Portland. Orvgou.
F. E. BYBEE.
a lew high authorities on athletics have
considered the utmost of human speed, has
Sole Own« r and Manufactur« r.
OKEGON. been broken in a regular meeting, but it
w.»s done beyond question a: that day’s con-
t«s»s of the Amateur Athletic Union.
Owen, the winner, was caught up t»v h’s
..diuirers and carru d away on their shoul
ders. His time was !♦ 4 5at-conds.
AT CENTRAL POINT,
And I .nport er of
National Guard Enrampiuent.
VINES AND SHRUBBERY
fjO APHIS OR LICE ON TREES.
Jackson County Bank,
J. C. CARSON, 1887
Sash. Doors, Blinds
WINDOW AND PUTE GLASS
MONEY LOANED ON FAVORABLE TERMS
Tolo Townsite and Milling Co.
Purchasers of property or Capital Stock of the
TAKE PUBLIC NOTICE U
Of the Frftnchi»eH and Privileges granted to F. 11. ROWE
August 7th, 1888,
By the incorporators of said company, now on tile at the
Recorder’s office, in Jacksonville, Jackson Co.
AM» S f K G E O N.
Tolo, Oregon, October 4, 18S9.
J. H. GRIFFIS.
J. W. WALKER.
JOS. C. SHERIDAH, PROPRIETOR.
A Fl’I.I. t.INF. OF THE BEST ANO MOST
A taahiotiabl»- cloths, ttnifthinga, etc., con
stant!) k« pt on hand, and nothing but lirtrt-
cla-> work turinsl out.
All oid«TH till«*! priunptiy at reasonable
rate« an<! satisfaction guarantc«-«!.
Medford. Max 13 I hh «
GRIFFIS It WALKER,
Pine, Yellow Pine, Red and ïellow Fir Lumber, By the Thousand !
Office la XVPIiains Brick Building, up-ataira.
J. B. WAIT, M. D.,
A Nl> SfliGEON
GOLD HILL, OREGON.
HE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW TAKING OR-
mc K hoii and Josuphin** coun
d« rs through J
FRUIT TREES & SHRUBBERY,
DR. A. J. LAPPEU3,
P H Y 3 I C 1 A N AN!» 3 f K G E <» N,
<>«tral Point, Oregon.
Any Kind raised in a tirat-claa« Nursery.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
(’Alia attended «lay or night.
SAW MILLS ON SAM’S CREEK
DR. S. DANIELSON,
Those wanting tre«*a will do well to give me
thrir orders, tin I will guarantee Ratlsfaction.
I warrant all my tr«*<
if properly cared for.
Terms of payni’«*nt raav. Produce tak«'n at
marke t price. ItMNIM. of Peach Seed wanted.
A. S JOHNSON.
Jacksonville.Oregon, Aug. 1.
P II Y SICI A N AND S URGE O N.
• • . . THE CELEBRATED . . . • ■
SMITH & WESSON
E. P. GEARY, M. D.
f S ICI A N A N D HCR G F. O N.
«>;!».•• in If .’Tilin'. Ill-«it,
Agent« for Cyrus Noble Distillery, Jos. S.-hlitz Brewing Com
Reeitlence on C
pany, Milwaukee Bottle.l Beer, Schmidt At Co.’s Sarsaparilla and
Iron Water; also Arcadian Mineral Water from Waukesha. Wis-
E. B. PICKEL, M. D.,
p h y S igi a
n a n
e o n .
Ca:.s promptly Att«-nded to Day or Night,
office ou B street.
63 Front Street, Portland, Oregon,
DR. W. STANFIELD.
W. F. READ, Rrneident
£ L B CT IC PHYSICIAN.
»la-, l>M-.'it.»l in Ashland, Or., for tb»- piwrttc«
ol tna I’rotiiM’i'>u. Mate» all i-hroni»-ui—•<•»•■», J. L.
inch »» Hliruiiiatlain A-thiua. Piii«. Kl.ln. y
C<>iu|>lalnt». Hr.,» »|Hwialtv.
J. H. BENNETT. M
may ba fnnnn r»»
tu» at G>o. P.
Ibiwr.LL A C ot
Ncwapaprr Advertising Bureau <10 Spmca
t twti.wbero adver-
O.I..X . ontr
u.ay LdLMf y||Dg
b« uiadv for U It IVKIV I UHI«.
J. R. WRITSMAN , Vice-President.
CAPITAL STOCK, $500,000.
WM. ULRICH. Distrrcî Agt.it
Flneet Small Arma Ever
LOADING and SAFETY.
Deware of cheap iron imltatlona.
Sc«d for Illustrated Catalogue and Price List to
Stoves, Tinware, Cutlery,
PA I X TS
OF ALT. KINDS.
Lowest Ruling Prices.
Farm tor Sale.
A good farm and stock ranch.containing ISO
a<*n*H; llM) Her«'H under fenc«*. till a« r« s in culti
vation. G< hm I house and outbuihiings and
iieceasarj burn room. Fruit en«»ugh tor a
Mtnnll fniulI) . Tw«> livtmr springs on th«- place,
handy f«»rstock ami irrigation purposes, lhe
following prop«Tty will g.i with th«' place; 4
horses. liHin«*as. xvagon. plow, harrow, cultiva
tor, mower and reaper <• unbined, sulky rak- .
and all necessary hami to<»K Th«* plac«* is Io
cat <sl three miles imrthwcst of Eagle i’«>int
am) nine miles from Central Point railroad
station. If s«»ld before harvest th«* crop will
go with the pla«’c. A small bunch of catth and
aoine hogs will b«* sold also, if d«*ir«si. Terms
easy; two-thir«ls cash, balance to suit pur
chaser. For particulars en«|uircon the place
of the proprietor.
session begins on monpay the
l.jtb day of S’ pti mlH t. IM«1.
Tuition Free to All Residents of
T i»< r«-H of farm laud in the valley, good for
fruit or grain.
Four Con!■»<■»•—CliiHtical, Seientitle, Liter
Two fnotiaand six hundred acre» foot-hill
and luountain-eidt* hind, good for fruit, dary- dry mid Etigllah.
Imr <>r stockraiNing. Thia track of land ha?
VOH CATAIXXIVYS AI>l>ll».SH
ov«-r H«-vcn tniletiof fencing. dwt-Hintr-houac,
asttnk a hod of 90 feet, an«! plenty of living
JOHN W. JOHNSON, P hem DENT.
Call on or addreaa
J.8. HERRIX .•«.,
Ashland.Jackaon Co.. Or.
Mind wr.ndfriDf rnrwt. Books learn*!
ro.vUnr. T^tim-m.-lw fr ..,n «11
p-r*< < f th® globr. Pr spAt-Um r^sT
FKF&. ‘«‘pt «o ipplication to Prof
A. U is-tuB. X,7 F-Hb ▲»». hew York
CURE FOR COWSIETION.
There doesn't seetu to be a thing that
the soul of Woman t'eligbls in that isn't
aff< cted by thia new tai iff. There ie a
great wailing and gnashing of teetli
among the »uioker» t> esuee their loved
weed is attacked
What will thrifty
lionsewive» say when they realize that
the price of all sorts of toothsome dainties
is rising? Slowly, it is true, but none
the less relsntlessly.
Cross & Blackwell's iii«-l»l«»a ««■- M—
■t t aoted. rtStooMBforfaWe
—------ full of the delights dear to the
school-girl heart, are just six cents more
now than ever before. “It isn’t the six
cents I mind,'’ said a puzzled-looking
housekeeper,‘ bnt it’s just like paying
nx cents for a streat-car fare. It makes
you feel queer some way.’’
The bitt« r sweet of Scotch marmalade
costs j’lHt five cents more a pot than it
ever did before; and a« for cheere, no
one knows wtrat a good Roquefort or a
navery Stilton will cost.
Some of the j ibbers who import these
things in large quantities refused to lake
oiilers yesterday, «« they could n«>t be
»tire what their prices would lie.
As for table ware, those who are not
“to the manor born,’’ and who must
needs be content with steel knives ami
forks, will devontlv wish that the Mc
Kinley bill l a 1 sufft’red a violent and
sudden death. Knives of all sorts are
going up very fast, and a penknife costs
just about twice as much as it did a
Silver, however, ami diamonds ami
jewelry of ail sorts are not changed.
Ifittreis no high tariff on them.
The eousie la«s who likes a bit of
delicate perfume for her glove« ami
‘kerchief will have to pay $1 25 for the
same bottle of violet extract that she
could have bought for one dollar if she
hadn't delayed her purcbaMe until aft.-r
this same hill had | a«sed. Soaps, ton,
that is fine Fiench and English soaps,
cost just 25 |"T cent, more than ev« r
Is fore in the hisiory of soaps. A dainty
cake of I.iibiu’s violet will bring just a
quartet of a dollar more this week than
it did last; ami as for Pinaud*» perfame,
no oue has yet had the dering-do to
figure up what that will cost. Sjtonges
are more, tooth brushes are more, good
ha r brushes are more, combs are more,
manicure sets are more, in fact, nearly
everything that is dainty and uice among
the toilet ai tides is more money, ami a
good deal more money, too, be it under
A tour of investigation among those
strongholds of halierdashers, the cheap-
goo Is counter, will quite take away the
brt ath of the unmsjs-cting shopper.
A piece of black fa>le franrairn, that
soft, clinging silk which is the joy of
artistic aul ec-momic niodisters has risen
miraculously from $1 25 to fl 45 a yard,
lhe heavy satins, the rich, expensive
silks ate very little changt d in price.
But let no unhappy shopper labor und -r
the delusion that »tie call get a piece of
thin silk or a few yard« of inferior velvet
at the same price that she could a few
Handkerchiefs w ill lie very dear also,
and so will all kinds of linen that is
imported. Crash towels have »hared in
the general uprising, and are steadily
mounting upward in price. Stair crash
and floor covering will lie a dear comfort
for the poor this year. Glass tumblers,
gas glolies and ad sorts of cheap mantel
ornaments will be heavily taxed.
From the boarding schools come
tidings of dire distiess.
rumor that caramels are going up has
|»’netrate<l to these haunts of maiden
meditation, and great is the lamentation
among these damsels possessed of w hat
onr grandmotbeis called “a sweet
Tin re is not the slightest doubt that
there are solid grounds for this woeful
plaint. Sugar has certainly gone up,
and so has glucose.
When the merry month of December
comes there will be many a poor mother
who will fee! the advance in prices. AH
the toys are taxed, from the queer little
manikin» who plav the cymbals and
smile »pasinodically when they are
wound up, to the big,
Even the «toll's clothes will suffer
That intiiHpensible adjunct toller dt-ll-
ship'» wat.’.robe, Hamburg edging«, will
cost a few cents m< re a yard. All the
Clnistmas gifts w hich are made at Lome
by loving hands will suffer from the new
law. The bright silks and gray worsteds,
lhe pretty laces and damlv edgings,
that have formed so great a part of the
hol-day presents for years, are highly
Read passementerie is also under the
bxn, anti of course its bumble relative,
braid trimmings, conies among ttie list
of “things which are dearer.” Even
the common braid for binding the bottom
of gowns is taxed, ami so are lining«
The cheap plushes and cotton velvets
are much incieasedin pn«*e.
To the woman of unlimited pocket
money the tat iff is of naught. She could
well afford to pay the diff- fence to
“encourage home industries;” but in
her case there ie very seldom any differ
ence to pay. She doesn’t have to take
a ipiarter out of her plump little purse
where the poor woman must «(tend a
dollar to “inci ease her country’s revenues
ami resources.’’ The daughters of Midas
need not be ore bit annoyed by the new
law. It is upon their working sisters
that the burden and the heat ot the day
must fall. Dial in generally the care,
bv the way.
A deteriii'iied litll« woman sat stitch
ing away for tlear life. “I don't know
an earthly thing about politics,” she
mid, energetically, “and I don't want to.
From all 1 can find out, I'll have to pay
more fi r my children'« clothes, for my
furniture, for my table ware and even
for my needles.
“It’s hard enough to get along any
way, the children grow so fast and rent«
are «o high. But I don’t complain a«
long as I'm well. The only thing I
don’t like i« this. Seems to' me they
tax everything we |toor folks must have,
and let all the luxuries off very lightly.
¿ nme L ai Hix.
Ad-»tinKUi»lie<j Fieucli phvaician, Do
torGianeher, la» been ex,>eriinentiiiff
fol »everal yea<» with a v.ew of diacuver-
ing whether coDHiimption can tie cured
by inoculation. Ina recent interview he
exprei-aen the hoi»- that in courae of
time the mean» of effectively combating
cunauinption will be discovered. Al
though hit» labor», lie »aid, had not
gone heyon<l the experimental Btagee, he
liqj^l ihoi m the end they would be
crowned with rncceiui. Ilia experiment«
are made on rabbits, several hundred«
of which he has inoculated with bacilli
tuberculosis in quantity sufficient to
cause shore death bv consuiription.
Then by treatment, the nature of which
he decline» to »tate until its value is
assured beyond doubt, he has kept these
rabbits alive two or three hundred days.
When examine ! after death the rabbits
so treated have been found to be entire
ly free from any trace of tubercular ba
cilli. Other >abbits that bad been in
oculated but had not been treated died
in a few day» with all the symptone of
injected di-ease. An eminent German the
physician, Prolesror Koch, in a com
munication to the Berlin Medical Con-
itress, also claims to have discovered a
cure for th» dread disease which has
hitherto b.<ill d medical science.
states that be has found a chemical that
« hen applied to lower animals has made
them impervious to consumption.
Whilst science i» grappling with the
<lread disease in the expectation of sub
dtiiug it, it i» well to remember that
pulmonary tuberculosis,commonly called
consumption, is an in'eetious disease
and can f»e cotnmun cated front one (ar
son to another. It can be produced by
breathing air in which living germs
liana sn»|ien led as •lust. The material
which is coughed up by the consumptive
often contains the».* germs in large
numtier*. Henc” t< •• danga-t of breutliing
mg the «it < f a room occnpied bv a con-
A he»l’tiy pet »on sleeping
will» a consumptive runs a grea
risk of contracting the d'sease. Ming
ling the unwa«heii clotleng of a con
sumptive witti similar clothing of other
persons is also a dangerons practice,
This is one of the thousand ways in
winch the deadly g-rtns that are the
cause of consumption can l>e c< •ornmtini-
cated. There are precautionary ineap-
sttrft as thoroughly washing
with boiling water the eating utensils
of aconsutnr t ve a« «non a't’r eating as
possible,and il orcUgl.lt wa-hi< gtbe floor,
walls an I ceiling once every two we- ks,
that will h« lp | reient th • spread of the
di-ease. N-ver was ttie oil adage, "an
ounce of prevention is better than a
pound of curt’,” more aptly apnlie.1 than
in the case of consumption. It ha« un
doubtedly spread through neglect to take
a few simple precautions.
I do hoiiHcwork, the mending and darning
and patching, ait up with nick children
and (war the dome.-tic burden»? There
in much talk about he man who works
having nereation. floea a woman never
m ed it. too? I h there a l.ouHe keeping
wife in this city who refrains fiom dointt
a »troke of work until 8 am , and does
not lift a hand after 5 p. m . ? If ho , let
her report and lite AHa will publish her
name as the forerunner ot a afreet re
form.—A . F. Alfa.
Give me » call Ix tore iroiti, e aewhere.
THE IVOR WILL SUFFER.
eraded Jersey cow, four years old
past, oi W.C. Myer’s Ashland stock, and
will come m next January. I raised the
cow myself ami know that she is gentle and
can be milked by a child. AJao one 2
year-old iieifer from the above cow . which
will come in during the si ring ol lsftl.
Aral everything else imaginable in this line.
My goodi» are new and ut the best brands, and A so one Ind an piny. Persons desiring
kind, gentle animals, of good stock, will
wil' be sold nt the
Wuv don’t we hear tuiinetliing of a
find the above just as I recommend them.
at.ike for e'gl.t hour» by tlienives who
SMITH A. WESSON,
Choice Landa For Sale.
Th- d< imrs of the National Gu ird box B
last week at i'ortland have shown a ni en
livening interest in iniiiua affairs, and a
beultby condition of tin various regiment»
lu the state
I lie target eonteston Friday,
resu tiiig in scores far above the averages
of niat.y other statn.», will encourage the
ndltlia gri a'ly. The g .v. rt or s medal.won
by . »plain E. W. Moore, is i reditaldi’to the
interest Mr Pennoyer takes in the bo s',
»» well m to the artistic taste i f the ite-
s gm r
A determined . ffbrt will be made
to lia< e an encampment rx-xt year.
J. K. ELDERKIN , Sec. and Managet TK)R SALE. W19. ACRES OF LAND-41»
The Farmers and Merchant Insurance Company.
P II Y S IC I A N A N I» S V R ti E () JÍ,
Grant', fiw, Orvirun.
OMcr at pr»»< nt at the Baffle? Hotel.
byu i ci<
Fruit, Shade Ornamental and Nut Trees
CEO. DE BAR, M. D.,
turn, o', er
I' . A.-r XX Hk
tm« k. seminal XX »'«wn
«.»• ■ • 1‘r
trntion. S«»« turtiiil Erm»<mi«, Le ;rorrh » a. J>iz-
alnera, W«k Me lory. Losa of Poxver ai I Impo
t<-n- y. w h'.uli if r<T:. « t«*’loften 1« «i t to prunmtme
o!«l H<r an<|
tv Priée fi «I» ! ■ x. G Luxes
f ,r f, -N)
> y J 1:l « o;i
COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY.
N. D. YOUNG,
Sütttssírs Iß C. C. Bsskniai’s Baak,
Office In Layton & Co.’s brick, upstair*.
I Can't Breathe.
Clothing. Boots and Shoes.
ESTABLISHED SEPTEMBER 1, 1*88.
T n- OATMAN. HL’CCEHSOR TO J. O. HAM«
J a sker A Co. of B<»nan«n. Klamath county, «)r..
hss purchased a lnrgc and first-cias# stock of
g.Mtd* which are now <>u the way from Portland,
and Will be »old ( heap for Caah. Everybody !•
invited to call and examine goods and prices be
fore purctiasinu elaewhere. You can always find
on hand a full Tine of
BEEKMAN & REAMES
A Fine, Large Stock.
The Celebrated French Gure,
1 am going to tell you of the extraordinary
cure your Cuticura remt-dit*» performed on
me. About the 1st ot April last I noticed
some red pimples like eomliig out ail over my
body, but thought nothing <4 it uritli some
time later on, when tt begun to l< h k like spots
ot mortar spotted on, and
which came off In layers ac
companied with ltcuing. 1
would scratch every night un
ulkl’i t he
. , «gain, tn i-ain did . _______
v I ail the doctors in the county,
’ but without aitl. Afti-rgivlng
up all hopes of recovery, 1
iiapp. tied to seesu advt rttrte-
ment in Hit* newspaper about
ij-our Cuticura remedie», and
|mreh«s«sl them troin my druirgist. and ob
tained almost immediate relief, 1 began to
notice that the scaly <-■ upturns gradually
dropptsl off ami diasppeared one by one, until
I had Iteen fully curtsi. I hail the disease
thirteen month» In-tore I la-gan taking tin
remedies, and In tour or five wi-t k- was en
tirely cunei. My disease was eczema and
Shaken <»ut of Gear,
bsorlaais. 1 know ot a great many who have
taken tile reini-dics, ami thana me tor tht By ma »rial disease, the human machinery
kuowlege of them, <-pis ially mothers who tiiui.it half pef-rm its office.
have babes with scaly eruptions on their
UeadSMtnl li-aln-a. 1 cannot ex| r<-a my thanks >ecretiun, evacuation are dis«)rdere<1, the
to you. My b sly was covered with tteules, and
I was sn awful spectaele to itehold. Now my countename ghastly, sleep disturbed and
skill is as clear as a baby'«.
ai peu e < aprp ious. Terrible is this dis
GEO. < T»TEY, Merrill. Wis.
ease, fell its t<ins<<]uen<‘e*. Th» re is, how
ever, a known ainidite to the mia.-matic
p ison, and a certain sab-guard agiinstit
In malarious regions of our South and
The new blood an«l Fkiti purifier nfid grent- West, in South America, Guatemala and
«M of humor r«-m«*di< a. Internally (to ch anse on the Isthmus «I Panama, as well as in
the blood ,«f all impurities, and thus remove transmarine countries where the scourve
the cause), and Cuticura. the great Fkin cure, p\i*ts. this inimitable preventive ami
and Cuticura soap, an « \<|uiMt«' nkin licautifi- reim ily. Jlo'-ietter’B btomach Bitters, has,
<*r. externally (to clear the skin and w iilp and
restore tin* hair), cur«- < very pp, ci« sot agoniz during the a-t thirty-five years, been con-
ing. itching, bnrning. aculv. and pimply s’autiy widening I he an a of its usefulness
and denxmsiratn.g its sovereign value.
diseasca<»f th« pkin, scalp, ami blood.
Sold <'V<*rx where. Pi le«' Cuticura, 3dv.; I.-v«»r cum plaint, dyspepsia, constipation,
Soap, 25*'.; R'-aolvent, $1. Pr«par««l by th«* kidm \ trouble, rheumatism and debility
Potter Drug .¡nd < h« mu al Coi poi at Ion, B*> h - are a j rein* died by it.
;e*->end for “If "w to Cur«- Skin Diseases,”
t>4 pages,.r>u illustrations, and 100 t« stimonials.
Freni Mr. Mat thru«.
Iu (he ‘ < >rvg‘ii a-'" appe«r» d 111« fo1-
low rig am »ng < i her Wa>bingt"ii t’-lcgraius;
•-Senator !)<• } h La* :e< civrd a telegram
from lh W. MatiheW'. la’el» app«Hntvd
agent at Klamath Indian reservation,
Chest pains sorenesa, weakvt*».
bat in the bum! sent him bib name was
^ha«'king cough, asthnui. pl«T'>y, written Davis instead of David
I pon in
______ i au*l inflammation lelh ved h> on«
I minute by th«* Cuticura Anti-i'ain i‘ ist« r. (p.iry he tinds that mistake occurred in Mr.
aiibevk > telegram to iln* de egation in
Notiiing ilk«- it for wt nk tunas.
;,i jiw . r t«'a rt«|uest h»r bis full num«-. Ful-
inyinu’ the telegram he was appointed an i
. , ti in«d as Davis \V. Matthews, and the
and ererythina generally to be found in a tirst*
STEAMER SAILING DATE.».
niiiue « annul be corrected. IU w 1 be ap-
c lae. Country Sture.
riiASI SAN ntANClSCO;
frtOM yaqvina :
l <>iut»'‘l f,y the president temporarily during
Willamette Valley. Monday. October
WiUaurntt«* Valley, Saturday, October..
Bonanza. April 1H 1H»H
ill*, re»« s-an«i Ins name seni again to the
I WilUiu>*t*e Valh-y,Wednesday, Oetobi r S
Wi.iaup tt»- Vail«*), Sat jrday. October .
. .. 31
VViliaiu--tte Valley, Friday, October.
b < ua e m xt >e-s:un .Senator Dolph tried to
Willaim tte Valley, Monday, October...
have his t«»mmi.*siun is>ued to- ¡nV, but the
The company reserves the right to change «.tilinr dates without notice.
president bad already letl for his western
t.» curt' nt.v (-
t rip and the coiuniissioh cannot be signt-d
Train« connect with theO. i <’■ K. R. and River B”»ts at Corvallis and Albany.
until hi* return, xvtien a i.ew bond wdl be
forwarded lor « xc« utnm to Mr. Matthews.
Train N : j will run Tu<*S'iA>>. Thur«4a> * and Saturday *, an«l on int me d »it. «lav s when
m ct '.s.ii x
I rain N«». I will run Mondays. « «Inodays and I ridiij s, and on intermediate «fay it
Butte <’reek R dl«*r Mill*.
ATTitRNEY AND COUNSELOR
The First Volunteer.
Probably the first man who volunteered
service in the war ol Hie rebellion fa now a
n eident ot Oregon. Jacob Klippel was the
man «ml hi» home is in Portland. He
was livii.g in .»print-field, I 1.. when lhe
tir t ta i for volunteers came hy telegraph
from President Lincoln al Waslilugton.
T' e telegram re»’bed tiprn gtield aboiii
nndnmht, sava the hayton "Herald.'* and
« hen il came Mr. Klippt I and I lie adjutant
were at the telegraph i lli< e together. Wiien
the news were read aloud—nnd even belore
its reading was concluded—the patriotic
Jersey man cried out to have bis nmueen
listed. And be was enlisted then and
of tti« valiant tliousanda,
, o whom
tievér lived through the ‘ervice to return to
thè homes they had left fur the cau-e they
loved. The next day it was known every
where that the ih II fur volunteers had been
made, and companies were being formed
ail over theCuiintry. But to the Portland
man belongs the honor of being the lirst to
enlist in the great w ar that made free men
of the i-Hv« s. Mr. Klippel is a brother ot
Adam Klippel, of Portland, and also of
lli-i ry Klippei id Jacksonville, a staunch
D< m crai. r>U(iday Welcome.
he bUBs< hirer , living five miles
T a<»uth <»f Jacksonville, has nevend
In ad ot
IttTfixflr P. O.
Fat bionaltle. Uiimlde Clothing.
J. B. Sollner, our live merchant tailor,
has a lull line of the finest cloths and
trimmings on band for suits and pants,
which he is prepared to make up in the
latest styles. A poor tit is never allowed
to leave the shop. Call on liitn and you
will be guaranteed satislaction. His prices
A FEW < VRES
Marie by Joy's Ve-etableSarsapn rilla.
Mr- Belden, an «rrl and feeble !«dy at 5U
Mason st.. s«a Francisco, after i"iiigdo»n stead
ily for mouths n«s completely restored «nd is
sow «ell «nd healthy.
J. It Brown, book keeper Petaluma
entirely ot his indigestion «nd eonstipatluu.
All those knowing themselves indebted
Mis.» Clara Melvin, Ul> Kearney street, 8 T.,
to the undersigned will piease call and set
tle immediately, for after l he 3Dth day of Cured ot au agjravatuil iase of iutliffv’stlou acd
September a l ae- ounts will be plac ed in COUttipatiOD.
J. 1». Fouratt. Chief Wharfinger, toot o! Clay
the hands of an attorney for coPection.
J. <’. SlJtEIDiN
street, 9. F. Cured ot palua in th, tack liver
Central Pointy Sept. 1. 1H90.
trouble aud sirs headache«
Mrs. J. Lamphere, 1J<J Market street. S. F . ha-i
beeu under phyalclans’ earn for two years to:
Wants More Timber.
liver complatut With the third bottle she re
Sam Coulter. a Portland millionaire, who
owns a Urge block of timber land east of gained her old accustomed health
I'red. A Blecker. Baldwin Hotel, «.F. suBered
Ashland.says t tie “Review," passed through
to Sisson and San Francisoo Saturday. He tor years w;th dyspepsia. Felt better th» fir«t
week and is now cured.
is purchasing more timber.
«Instar Holomon ot IB Vat. tn in street. 9. ff.,
•*//o»rto Curf All Hkin
cured <’f r. k lieadii' hes and 1. er trouble
Edward Nesti-lt. Tl r. vreit street, S F., cured
S mplx apply ,,8 way >» s * s O intmem .” N o
itit« rnnl iiutncin*' r«*<iuired. Cure# tettur, of I’aius i:i toe l o .. a:> I chron;- b iottruesa
«•w inn, itch, all « rubtlonn ou the face, hands
And over ltkj< ■< ;.
nose. Ar., ¡«»ax ing the hkiu clear, whit«* ana
Wealthy. ItK great healing and curative poxv-
*p/u* mt'B«ajiJcd by np oUMir JM’Uirffy. Ahk
iu flfteeu tninUtfS . lYtesLurs .“Kffd-
j?rtlY Jrug/at for 9*'krYbt bUtbYSOfr.
has just been discovered in Fresno
c> unty, Cal.
Frank Lomu*, an old
mountaineer, aud a |iarty returned ves
terday to Sanger, troin a liear-hnnting
exite jition tti the sierra», east of Center
ville. They wounded a l»*ar, and in
pursuing it ran across a big tree in the
most rugged portion of the mountains,
alio'it two mile» north of Kentuckv
meadows. Thetr.e was circiitnecril-ed
by a radius of a mile or u.ure of almost
inipeiietrable underbi n»l>, so that the
hunters were cotn|ielle<l Yo use both
knife and ax to reach the cent’r. No
evidences flat man ever traversed the
sinre ground were found. The tree wa«
mi asured al»»ut f<utr feet from the ground,
am! a rope !2’.»f-et and 9 incliee long
was necessary to span its c'rcnmfeience.
The truth of th“ statement is voucl ed
for by aevetal who saw the tree. It was
chriatered hy those who riiscovere«! it
“The O ejano.” Three brown liears
were captured by the party, the largest
weighing 5t>0 pounds.
A n I nholy A lliance —The members
«•f the .Moinvin ctiuti-n by voting solidly
have sccet-e led in ca*rxing the new
State of Wyoming for the Republican
party. By thin act the Mutinous have
gained a solid footing in on»« of the Hlu’es
of the Union. The Republican party of
that State made a bid for the Mormon
vote ftn«l st cured it. Had the Monitions
divided their v«t«*H equally Indween the
two ¡Hjlitic.il organizations, the Demo
crats would have i arrie l the state. As
it ie, the Mormons realty won the day.
It is safe to asbunip, the vote waa not
given to the Republican party for noth
ing. Wo may now exp ct to hear of a
heavy Mormon immigration info Wyom
ing. In 1«lai io t he local Mormon leader*»
•tup, it in said« refused to come to term»«
witii the Republican manager* and. as a
result, u»re «hrfranctiiaed. It is safe to
assume, however, that the Idaho Mor
mons w ill now move into \\ yorning
The combination baa Micceasfidly given
to the Republican party two senator*
ami a representative, and to the Mor
mon church a state of the Union.
la more complete by far than any other in
Southern <»re<oo, and compare» famrabi,
with any In the Uvate. Job Pnntln# of every
Imaginable description done at San Franolarv»
rate«, and In a prompt a od ttrat-cl*»» wanner.
SALT IS GOOD.
“Halt ie good.** It ia ti c langnage of
in«piiation as well as of therapeutic.
Iu all the range of ti e houaehold mattria
mrdica tliete 1» no remedy half so valu
able aa common »alt, both becanse of its
real dilative properties and its immedi
ate availability. And, moreover, it has
this advantage over more preteuLioM
remedies, that seldom in case of, over
seal or mismanagement can it be tuade
to do mischief. If it doesn't heal, it
won’t kill, at any rate. Here are some
of the thing» it ia good for:
Heated dry and applied to the outer
wurtace over tbe »eat of n flaniuratiou or
coiigestion.it will give almost instant
relief, while applications of a strong, hot
solution of salt in waler or vinegar act
like magic upon toothache, neuralgic
headache, and all that brood of distress
For latarrhal affecli -ns and sore throat
a »pray of warm water and salt is almost
a apec-ific, and ia one uf tho standard
prescriptious for the “no»e and throat”
specialists. For hay fever an-1 those
other slighter form« of nasal sensitive
ness that induce a constant sneezing
there is no remedy more quickly pallative
and often curative than the vapor of
heated salt anil alcohol.
For those who have sensitive gum«,
inclined to bleed un the slightest provo
cation, a mouthful of salt and cold water
UHtd once or twice a day will harden the
gums and prevent soreness. As salt is
a styptic, any alight bleeding may
u-tually be checked by treating the jtart
with salt and water.
tender feet will find them growing leas
sensitive day by day if treated to a daily
brisk rubbing with cold »alt and water.
Anything mote that »alt will do? Yea,
the most grateful of »11—cure the tooth
ache »ouietin.es. “Will it really do
that?' A little girl who was told to
put some in an aching toot«» »aya KO.
“I just put in a little salt,” she' said,
“and in a tew miiiutesi felt tbe naughty,
aching nerve curl right down and go to
But there is one caution to offer.
However beneficial the fbeta;>euticaction
of »ah may be, Ibero is no question but
salt taken into the sys'.ein with the food
in too great quantities is extren ely
harmful. It was the excessive use of
salt,quite as much a«tl>e nervoua strain
of bi» campaign, that killed Horace
«ireeley, and there an- those who declare
that with many women the u»e of salt
1» a specie» of dissipation. Too much
sail it> the system dues up the bl>»od
and liie healtiiy mois'ure of the mem
braneous surface, > h is evidenccl by a
dead yellow palor of »km. t^th a blanch
ing of the hp» and cheek«, and a morbid
craving fur the «ondiiuent which nothing
but it» use in enormous quai. it s will
TiiKKL II VITE. Ind , Oct. '.'.—Till. «Of
the fastest bari.es» records m (lie wotld
«re marked to !><■ huug up to day on the
Terre Haute track. lf»e fastest stallion
record 2 :11 ’4 , faste«’ mile ever paced or
trotted Hl a race 2 .O“’’.,, and tjiree of the
taste«' heat» in a race, 2At»?,, 2.13',
and 23 The great attraction was the
announcement that Nelson would goto
beat Axtell’s time of 2.12 Alter warm
ing up a heat the great stallion s'arted to
beat the record. The first quarter was
ma le in 32 second», half in 1 :(I4 <4, tbtee
quarters in 1 :3fi!a. Cheer after cheer
went upas Nelson flashed under the wire
in 2:11'4. tree for all pacing race, first
heat B. B. had the pole, Hal 1’oimer
aecond, followed by Adonis, l’idcaway,
mid Ih. M. Geer driving Hal Pointer
did not pursue his usual tactics, but
»cored Ins borne up strung in the deter
mination to win the heat
From wire to
wire the broncho and Pointer had it, see
sawing all the way. At no time did the
distance of a neck separate tlreiu. Never
tn tire history of harness contests did two
such annua » fight it out. The geldings
went locked under the wire. Pointer
having it by a throat-latch. The crowd
was wdd in tire realization that the
lastest race of one mile in h irness had
been made. Time 2:0H.
Tin: Vrekn Ja’irnal rorr<*»|>ondent at
Hi-nlry, Cal , rereiitl.v «ent tiie following :
The big li'wbt of on<- ton ot |iowil<*r w « b
tom-bed ot!'at tlw-Jillson in.m*. <Ju to a
i unilier ».err (irrrettt tn »«etlie great
upheaval, an<l wt-ie 1.«autifullv <ii»a|>-
The gei era! lemark war,
"wby.ia that all? But it did goixl work,
a» the bank for ovi r one I tiudred feet
iu every direction ta tiioruiitrhiy cra< ke<l
and ahaken up, the powder accotnpliah-
ing all that Mr. Jilhon expected of it.
Tin» company have graded their big
tunnel, put a flume iu it on an 8 inch
grade, ami aie now digging a race
through the run and constructing au
When they finished
cleaning up a month or six week» ago,
they put all the g< 1.1 in a bucket. A
young lady was admiring it, when Mr.
Jiilson jckingly remarked, “if you can
pick it up, you can have it.’’ Two or
three effort» were ma le, but the bucket
T he following aipegrain the volntnc failed to leave the floor. Some gold,
of “Resource»« of Stgiitlimi Oregon.” jtirt wasn't it ? This mine is not far from the
from the pre»* of the Htalr prin er; Oregon line.
“ Bartolomé Fern Io, a S| anif-h navigator,
D efexiikp her H onor — E F. Tem-
in hia aearch fur the mythical Straight»
of Anian, reached, on March 1, 1340, pieton was shot and instantly killed
the 44 h degree noith latitude. Thia about * 10 o'clock Sunday night of laat
WAMotf thec'ii-Rt • ft he n rthern b un<’ary Week by Mrs. Hainey, livir g almut five
of x%hat in now known a* Douglascotmiy. miles from Drain, on tl e Smith river
To Ferrelo, then, belong» the honor of road, Templeton wan about 55 years
the di-covetv of Oregon, and to the aid, a married man ami a sawyer by
promontories of the .Southern Oregon trade. He and Mr. Hainey
on - Smith
coast wil! rest like the halo of romance up homestead»
the credit <4 l»eing the land of all the evening Hainey left for th» river to fin-
n-rtliW'-ft tv'rito'y on \xh.cli the eye of iah a iiotise for Tetrp'etrn, who was to
civihz«*«! man ti:M ret-ted
Sir Francis foilow with Hainey s family Monday.
Drake, in trying t > ehl ie ibe vui ance of Templeton was a large, »tout man. Mrs.
the Spanish by attempting a northern Hainey is quite small and delicate. She
pa*sage to England(</«rived ot! the Ore told her husband that »lie was afraid of
gon coast in lo?S. lie landed at the Templeton, as lie bad insulted her sev
mouth of the Umpqua, and put on shore eral times. About 10 o’clock Templeton
hi* Spanish pilot. This was the fir»t made an assault ujion Mrs. Hainey with
C mucak an upon Oregon tejil, 3500 mil« s his person indecently exposed.' She
from hie Mexican home, left to find hi» told him to st and back.
way through trackless forest» and desert to lay bold of tier, when she fired, miss
ing him. He then lustied at her, and
she fired a second »hot, the ball striking
T iie S< hoolmastlr A b - knt - Th« en- him iu the neck, coming out at the base
He fell on the floor,
roll« «! copy of th»* tar.tT bill signed by of the brain.
the president contained many niiKtak^s, where he lay until the c< r<ina r was sum
and go« tion 39 uf the internal revenue moned Tuesday. Tliere la-ing no near
schedule was ent rely omitted.
The neighlajrs. and the night very dark. Mrs.
errors are priinipally in Kpeding. At Hainey was comi»elled to remain a l
the government i rinting office the state night in the house with ti e dea l men.
ment is ma«lo that no authority tochange The coroner's jury rendered a ver ii< t of
mis^peJed xxords in enrolled or engross jhatiliable killing.
ed l i!lsp.is?r| by congteFN exists out
W hen Matt Quav wasaeked what he
side that t»<slv. The printing-office iia*
to follow copy, ho that law is published was going to do ab-mt R publi« an Con-
with a numlierol ordinary English words grehsman KeLnedx'h speech against
Among the word» him, he replied : MI wouldn't pay any
misspelled are '‘cotian’’ fur cotton; attention to the words of a Ila« k’guard
"afon-aid” for aforesaid; “saurkraut” and a loafer.” The K* publican party
for sauerkraut, etc. The errors in spell tw-ems to be full of thia kind of people at
ing were made by the engrosEing clerk» the present time. Kennedy »ay» Quay
in their hurry to have the bill ready for is a “cnminal,” and now Quay pax» his
the president’s signature.
respects to Kennedy. ‘‘When thieves
fall out honeat men get their due” is an
T he Dupont powder w t.ks in Delaware old earing, and it will pussibly fit in this
were destroyed on the ?;h. “Ten pereoira instance.
killed, twenty w. untied. R<»ckhnd 1» a
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a complete wrm k.anti none of it« hou«es
Mrs. John A. * larke was a great snüerer
are left Manding.” Rockland 1«a village
irnlig. mon and Hi. k headache, bb«
on the Brandywine fnllv one mile above from
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Moor«’company and about fifty dwelling», my-tenmi.’.ly nt it carne. Try ILeui. bold
in widen < hit fly reside null employees by L. C. Brooks.
it» jHipuiation is about two hundred.
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