The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907, June 12, 1891, Image 1

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JACKSONVILLE. OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1891.
VOL. XXI.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
FRANK GALLOWAY,
STATE OF OKEGON.
IT. S. S«*nat.»m, J. H. Mitchell, J. N. Dolph;
C »ugres-sman, I*. Hermann; Governor, ti. Pvii-
uoyer; S«*crvtary ol Mat«', G«*«»rgr W. Mc-
llrni«*; State L'rcABixrer, Phil Metactian State
Pnnter.F. C. Baker; Supt. Pub!*«- iustruction,
E B. McElroy; Supreme Judges, K. S. btrahan.
Chief J astlcv;W. P. U>ri, K.ti. Bean.
MISCELLANEOUS.
MISCELLANEOUS.
How’s
Your Liver?
SILAS J. DAY,
I
I
NOTARY PUBLIC,
MANUFACTURER OF
riKST JCDK IAL DlriTHICT.
Comprising Jackson, Jusepnme, latke and
Kiamatu «»untl«*». Circuit Judg«*, L. H. Web­
ster. District Attorney. W. M. Colvig.
JACKS«)* COUNTY
Senator, Tlieu. <^t*n rm; it pr«*s» ntatives.
S. Furry. J. W. M rriit, J. »1. McCall; County
Judg«*, J. K. Neil; Cmiimirisimer.ri, C. W. !’.»> -
«or, H -u. Haymomi;Clerk. M. Mulh r;Sheriff, J.
G. Birdsey; K«f*»r-I«'r, W.. M. H *lm«i«; lr«u.^-
urcr, G. ti. Bio »mer, Asses or, I. L. Hamilton;
Schmi Superintendent, C* S. Price: Surveyor,
P. Applegate; C »roller. J. S. Par.-on; Stca'k
Inspector, W. F. Song»*r.
Jo.-r.PMINE COUNTY.
Joint Seuat >r, W. st. Clair; K.-preaentative.
H. B. Miller; County Ju«lg«-, V. <\»lvig; C«»ui-
inissi« rners, l'. U. Bigviow, 1*. Hansel»; clerk, C.
K Cnan.4l«»r; Sheriff, James C. M oms ; lrca-sur-
vr. J. W. Muerer; Aaaoawr, K. C. Hariuou;
Scn«>ol Superintendent, W. A. Massie; Surve)-
or. C. W. Havens; Coruu«ir. Dr. Wallace.
MUMATH OOl’gTY.
Joiitf Senator, C. A. Cog-»»vcU «»1 Lake; Ucp-
resontative, A. Smdvr of Lak«*; i «»unty Judge,
J S
h r. Com.niririioucrM, H. B. <’«lupson,
C. S. suvvra. Clerk, A. L. Leavitt; Savritf. h.
W. G «vau; £raaaurvrk Wm. L.
•or, JuUnSmart; .■4co«»ol Supwrtiuumdfcnt. P. L.
Voaat.»in;Surveyor, Ua L •»gear I; Coroner, J,
T. Forhi».
uAKE COUNTY.
Joint Senator, C. A. <'“rfrivv*'li of Lak«
reri. ntan V.-, \. Said« r. C »unQ Judge,
Wiisuire; C »m aisaioa. rs. A. v La.i . t
Jones; Clerk. W. N. Sutton; S.nriir. W i.Hrj-
L»ni 1’rvari.ner- A Me« alb a. >« io.»: Sup. i ,u-
tvndent, A. H. Fisavr; A ms « ^ «r J. L. Mt-
Douough; Stuck lnsp«*cior, i>. it- .Jones.
MSMTINU or cocurs. ETC.
Thc suprutnc court ot Oregon myets at
Salem regular terms commencing on th«' ilrst
Mondays hi Marco and Octmer; a is«» al I en-
dlvt.»a. commencing >«1» hrsi Mon«ia> ui Maj.
fnv circuit court t’«»rtliv ttrst judicial district
•its in Jack.ri.rn couoty on itrM Mondays in
\pril September gn-i December. In K amatu
county on s. con i M«m la> hi Jun«- and hrst I
Monday m Novvmoer. In Lak«'county «m the
.nir l Monday in May an«t the -«-con i Mouday
m October. In Josephine Couuty ou first
Mondays in March and August
For Jackson count> tae county, prolmteand
commissioners’ courts meet « very month,
e .m.m ivng with tn.- ttr-t M.mday; for J««av-
phme couuty, the first 't »nd.iy in Januar.x,
April. Jul) ail I S. ,»te nner; tor Lake county,
every alternate in-mtu, cmnui’ living the lirst
Monday in January. For Kiatnalii couuiy tue
rtr»t W«*di»«*sday .n Marcu. Juue, Scptvfber
and November.
CELEBRATED UNIVERSAL COMBINATION FENCE!
n
REAL ESTATE AGENT !
Is the (Iriental salutation,
knowing that good health
cannot exist without a
healthy Liver. When the
Liver is torpid the Bow­
els are eluggibh anti con­
stipated, the food lies
in the stomach undi­
gested, poisoning the
blood; frequent headache
ensues; a tiling of lassi-
tuae, despondency and
nervousness indicate how
tbe wholo sy’iem is do-
ranged. tfcn.Lnons Liver
Regulator has been the
means of restoring more
Iieople to health and
nippiness bv giving them
a healthy Liver than any
agency known on earth.
It acts with extraor­
dinary power and efficacy.
Abstracts Made of Titles to
Lands.
LEGAL DOCUMENTS
Of all kiu l> «Irrtwn up. • <p«-cittllv p«*rtaiiiinif
tu th«’ ¡»etti ui« I it uf «ftatf ri.
('olirci r»f Ittoimu. I'rompt linnitit»nres.
MONEY LOANED.
fnv«*Htni«,nt S«*curitl«*s a Speeiaity . Jackson
County Scrip Bought ari»! Sold.
I hav«' a compit i- set «3 Map.** of all thc Sur-
v» y«-<l Lamis m mis coiiiiiy, ami r«’«-« ivc Ab­
stracts moni hlv t rou» lb-si bur« <•! all n« w
entri« ma«!«’. 1 am thus pr« parc«l to make
«»ut i{oin» st«*a«! and Pic-'-mption papers, ami
can sav«'to parti* s tbe « X| • use ol a trip to
i
«rrHF«
«••Hen».
BEEKMAN & REAMES’
BANKING HOUSE,
NEAT. DURABLE. STaO'TG AYD CHEAP
YAQUINA BAY ROUTE
OR.
JACKSONVILLE
NEVER BEEN DISAPPOINTED,
A’ ft generft! family remedy f«<r dyspep**'. t.
Torpid Lher, Conetipation, etc.. I hardly «•«• r
u-«? anything «*l»e, and hive never been «b-
ap|M>int<*d in theeffe«! pr«»daeed, it Bceia«t >
b« almost a perfect cure for all d!8eai»cs of tht
tituniat h and Howel-.
W. J. M c E lbot , Macon. <• •-
Cannot be successfully traveled with­
out good health To roach aaa'thorar.y
covered position in lifo requires the lull
possession and epention of p !I the fac­
ulties l.lrd naluro has endowed us with.
These conditions cannot exist unless the
physical being is h perfect working
cr *cr, and this Is inpossible when the
liver and spleen are torpid, thus obstruct­
ing the secretions, causing Indigestion
¿- J «'tspepsia, wdh all of their accom-
panning horrors.
FREIGHTS & FARES THE LOWEST.
FRANCIS FITCH.
and cocnselor
at
LAW.
Wtilam-tto
Wtllium tt«*
Wl'rtimtte
Wiliam« 1 te
Jfe«t/o**d Oregon.
P. P. PRIM,
ATTORNEY AND COI'NSELOK AT LAW.
FROM
Valley,
Vnll«*y,
Valh v,
Valley.
STEAMEU SAILING DATES.
YAQUINA*
I
FltoM MX FHC« i**U»’
Thursday. May.. ...7 j Wiliam«-tt«- V-t 1 \.Sioiday. Max
Saturday. May............ Id , Willaniett«' Vall« j. Tu’sdHy. M-iy .
Sunday. May ........2-1
Wi'iaim-tt«'Vail« v, W-dib 'day. M-iy
Sunday, May ............ 31
Wiliam« tt»-Vail > . Thurs«ln> . .’»lav
i:
211
DR. HENLEY’S
The company reserves the right 1o change sailing dates without notice.
^arksonrlH», Orej/oa.
Trains connect with theO. A
’ViU practiK- In all courts of the state. tnBce
Inthe C.Hirt House, tumi door to l*-tt of cu-
trance.
mid —
IL R. and River Boats at r -.»rvalli- in! Albany.
c. c. Hocue,
W. B. WEBSTER
(¡«a I 4 .. I’. A,- 1.11 i' I!. K I '■>.
< \>rv 11 ! ih . ‘ Irotfon.
Gen’l F.A P. Ag’t, < >re*mn Develonment Uo.,
3u|Montgomery St..San Franciaco ( a!.
ATTORNEY AND COL N't.l.i Hl A f LAW,
English D?ncelion Tonic
on the northw« <t coast.
HO APHIS OR LICE OCTREES.
JacklOHVilir, Or.
PRICES
Will practice m a.I court.«* ut the >tate. Dili« e
in luu Court House, urst door to left of en­
trance.
NE PLUS ULTRA
H. K. HANNA,
TO
TTUKNEY AND COL'NSELOK AT LAW.
Kill per US-
10 “ I« " “
S •• H “ "
fuint-hed reasona
»
THE I’E<»I’I.K of JACKS. >N. i fllKT
ANU .10'1 .ITIIM. • OCX nr.'.
Jarl>i<intill»-. Or.
18*2
Will priu-tice in all courts ot the State,
la Orta's brick, up-stairs.
ATTORNEY XN’D lOt'NSELoK AT LAW,
18x57
J. C. CARSON,
Sash. Doers. Sliuds
I’an/i, Oregon.
WINDOW AND FIATE GLASS
ROBERT A. MILLER,
ATTOHNKY AND COUNSELOK AT LAW,
DucAsonrOt», Or.
MORRIS M.
Dr.
PRICE <>F MA< HINE.
HARKNESS,
It
vrrORNET AND COCNSELOR AT LAW.
liriint't I'niit, Orrgon.
FRUIT TREES
'Afflue in AhlFs building. Front Strei t
By the Tiicnsand !
O. F. DL M OREST
RESIDENT DENTIST,
Jackson County Bank,
Medford Oregon.
CEO. OE BAR, NI. D.,
PHYSICIAN
he
r.sDEitetGSED t- snw
or h .In k-»n ¡«n 1 -I
«b is tlu «
T th'ri
for
taking or -
pl’.in«' c«»un-
FRUIT TREES & SHRUBBERY,
AND 8 U K G E O N.
MEDFORD, OREGO5
Jarkwatlllr, Orrgoa.
riiS, e and res'deuce oil (a'.lforiiiu Street.
Calls attended prompt'}’ day or niglit.
J. A. CEISENDORFER, M. D
PHYSICIAN
Does a General Banking Business, and Buys and Sells East­
ern, Domestic and Foreign Exchange.
and sfkgeon .
Ja'-fiftoHrilir, Or.
■ ■-■■■■■■■■■■a
r lit: un trt.ir ... .’^
C0LLS2TI0N3 A 3P23IAL?Y.
J. a. WAIT, M . D.,
Il Ï 8 I C 1 A N
à
MONEY LOANED ON FAVORABLE TERMS I
AND 8 U KG Eo NJ
SMITH & WESSON
.
■REVOLVERS’
® The Finest Small Arms E.er Manufactured. ®
firriforil, Ort-aon.
TOLO!
E. P. CEARY, M. D..
TOLO!
TOLO!
I* H Y 8 i C 1 A N A ND 8 C K G E O N,
Tolo Townsite and Milling Co.
Medford, Oregon.
TAKE PUBLIC NOTICE
E. B. PICKEL, NI. D.,
Jledfurti, Oregon.
Cabri prompt ; Attended to Bay or Night.
Offlcv on U Mtrvvt.
■ L”. zaledÆUwi
for
.: .
■ ACCURACY,
_ DURABILITY.
■
EXCELLENCE<1
„ WORKMANSHIP and f '
■ CONVENIENCE in Î
— LOADING and SAFETY?*^
■ Beware of cheap iron imitations.
®
Ü Send fori
list totj
SMITH
■
&
WESSON,
S/’/.’/yr, / // / />, Ui ss ■
■ ■asXSBBBBBaa
Of the Franchisee and Privileges granted to F. >1. BOWE
August 7th, 1888,
By the incorporators of said company, now on tile at the
Recorder’s office, in Jacksonville Jackson Co.
PHYSICIAN A N D H C K G E o N.
W. S. JONES,
Tbs GßlsbfdteJtrench Cure,
w-.,;'^’ APHRODITINE-
I« tkMACBl y
POSITIVE
GUARANTEE
to cure anv form
of n«*rvoin« «Í inch - i »
or au y dison'er of
the generatile or
gai*« <4 either hvx .
whet'-r arising
fr’>j.Hht*ex«*«*<A;\e
U'Cüf
BEFORE
______ Huinulaots
___ ______
-.ba« e<> «»r Opium, < r through Youthful mdisen*-
-n. r.ver in«L*U. .»N. A. .MU. I. ns u.-««.f Hr«i*>
1 » '« r, " nkefuIncwN, (marine dou n Pains in *h»-
'
k . '•etti a.
«>>, it Vaici ift.Nprvouft J'r *•
t-.1..U. s - turnal EniiMi>n>». 1 v tenrrb r ». 1- z
/ ! ... V. . ni Mem'tr*,Ix>Mntl’o»«r*mlIm)'‘'
I--, v. M J:;. Il f( l:,‘n!. e-.e,l, fren Ir « I to prcc-n'u-c
I ri
i. I lii-iui tr. l'rl. o tl.no it Nn. 6 box,.
: rf ») ',‘tll I y 11:, I O'l OH-ript of pri'-c-
Y WRIt I S <■( AttVSTEF. 1« Bii-Fn'or
.I ..I.->r rr-. -I. 1. tor-fr.ii t tliemon ' if
n rvrni.xneiit ou « I, not elT,-. -. <1
XX c I «.,
|
rcvSol tctirioniu', from ol.l R-i.f x . i iioz
. oli
uI<cn pi-rm«:iPiitIy <-ir,.;
t y thc n.eof Aphroiltine. Clr> itlar free. ÀtlUr ■■ ■
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
rta Branth,
1 z .~ !:-;•■
For •«!<- at Citv Dniu Store. Jacksonville.
!*
S
Udica 1U Lav leu X ILLS brisk, u n a l a ira.
ditlce in building formerly occupied l>>
Will Jackson,
,’-;r-s a tpeclfic Inilience oner the llutr,
e.- rtss It to health? action, resol.ee It«
st -onlc ensorgementi, and promote« the
rr-.-- Hotts : cure« Inijestlon and^onctl-
V, th.'."-:« the appetite, tone« up
3 :..’.c i. a*« r.ake« lit« worth
Til SHRUBBEHT
VINES AND
Train N >. 3 <il! run r>i'*rid.iys. Tliurs tiivs an l S iturda«
iu 1 <n ¡»if rm dm! ia* ■* 'vb« n
n«*e« sri.iry. I rain No. 4 will run 'I >n I iys. We lri<'.-vl.iy,< an-i I r I i> . oi i -u mt r ti«*dmt«* «biys
when necessary.
T. E. llogg. Receiver.
J. R. NEIL,
tirant*»
--------------------------
Arrow» the Deep, to tin* Far West,
Oil sieaintfOatd, < m »»5 and stage-coaches,
Hosteltrr’s Monia- h hitter.»« is cariitd a*
(be must imp« rfanL item in (be matein
luedica «if tlie traveling public, li deprive*
vitiated, brackish waier of its biirJn-
properties and ex« ran e fl iv* r, count» r-
aets the pernicious eilecta upon the stom­
ach «»( bad <>r mdi.'estibie food, remedies
cramps, heariburn and
upon th»
stomach
It is a flue detence against
niMiarit-l di-« rd« is, nudities ttie effect of
excessive btai, Cold aim dump, relieves
sick headache, and is an incomparable cure
for cosuvenos ami
l ilmusness. The
fatigue ot travel «*ih n tells in« st disas
trou lv upon invalid and cuny-descentf«,
oCCMMODHlh to such »xml a^ t<» ] opar-
d z - 1 f' . Persons in teelde b« al<b, appre-
hvn-ive oi tian ♦ ff-•< is from ir »vel, w 1 . 1
providtd wi h til«* bio» rs. he tar le^s lively
t > have th« ir leaisreul zed
The Road to feallb
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
atmicnev
Literary Note.
Tli«' Foruin for Jun«* contains an ar­
ticle by th«» Rev. Dr. Char!»*« A. Brigga, on
‘•Church ami Creed.” To the same number
Col. Theodore A. Dodge, i>«*rhaps our fore­
most military writer contribute» an ap­
preciative review of Von Moltke’s oar«*er and
its effects ou the warfare of th«* future; Sir
(’harks W. Dilko write» on th»* New Com-
monwealth of Australia, ami General Francis
A. Walker discusses the ac< uraoy of theoen-
nils of 1NM); a forecast of the new interna­
tional copyright law is mad«* by Mr. Henry
Holt, and Mr. Llysses D. Eddy, a New York
exporter, points' out «»ur opportunity for
s|M*«*dily gaining th«* first position in the
world s commerce. Oth«*r articles in this
nuinlw.T will be “Immigration and th«* Tariff;
the degradation of citizenship for th«* pro­
tection of manufaetures, by Mr. William
McAdoo, »'X-nieiulMT of congress from New
Jersey; “»Silver ami th»* N»*ed of Money,” by
Senator W. M. Stewart. (Senator Stewart’s
article will i>«* follow«*«! by an article on Silver
Coinage by ex-Seeretarv Charles Fairchild).
• Th«* New Northwest: Th«* Land Wh«*r«' Civ­
ilization Completes th«* Circuit of the Globe,"
by S»*nator Jos«*ph N. Dolph, of Oregon. A
review of our financial condition, l»y Mr. Joel
Cook, th«* flnuneial editor of th»* Philadelphia
Public L«*dg»*r, aud an article on Western
Lands ami Mortgages by Prof. J. Willis
Gleed, of K huhh ». Tin* Forum has the pleas­
ure ot
<' annouDviujj abo for au »«rlv DuaJ**r
irticb* ny
wffeken, on BPnnarck
an artic
, ProT.
_
and the German emperor.
Homie River Valley R'y Co.
FOLLOWING TIME SC’HEDVLE WILL
tak«* vffeet Sunda?, Feb. 22. IsMI.
T ill.
GOIXG EAST.
Leave Jacksonville at 8:30 A. M.. l;00 P. «.and
5JO P. M.
and
Leave Whet rock at MO A. M., 112 P. M
’
-V4H P. M.
Leav«* Harbaugh's at 8;43 a . m .. 1:17 P. M. and
5.51 I*. M.
L« avr Da vis vi lie at 8:50 A. M.. 1:27 P. M. h nd
5:55 P. M.
Arrive at Medford at 9:00 a . M., 1:40 p . M. and
»¡«•OP. .M.
GOI5G W EST.
Lav«* Mirilfonl nt 10.00 A.M., 2;V0 P. M. and
M.
Davisvillc at 10:10 a . m ., 2:12 p . M. and
; p. m .
Harbaugh's at 10:17 A. m .. 2:20 p. M. and
I’ M.
r. si. and
Whetrock at 10:20 a . m .,
• p. M
at Jacksonville at 10:30 A. m ., 2:40 P. M.
W. HONEY MAN.
President.
NORTHWEST
FIRE AND MARINE
INSURANCE CO.
CHOICE LAhD ÍLR SA l L!
CAPITAL STOCK, $500,000.
M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND
S r K G E o N.
.Wc-ff/or»/, Orfgen,
I
OtDct -Hamlin's Block.
THE OREGON LAND CO
R. PRYCE, M. D.,
PII Y 8 1 C I A N
Medford« Orrgoa.
Homo <>ili<*<* itt
)fflc«* in Williams Brick Building, up-stairs.
TILE FCR SALE
Crntrnl
AND 8 C H D E <1 N
Ort gon.
Crain, Stock and Fruit Farms, Also City and
Suburban Property.
DR. D. C. TERRY,
The Or. gon Land C<» was *Npeclally organized f.»r the purp«.«**<»f buying an ! riutdividina
larg.* trn< ts «.I land, and ha*« «luring th.* paM tu.. yt ars l««.uUl»» an«i -nl”! vt.hil .,v. r CNIl aerJi
PHYSICIAN A N D 8 P R O E O N.
whe7un^¿?■,M,^lreinp?:■rv«1ley:■',,,lC,'
Call* proinpily atterah-d to dav or nignl.
SEND FOR PAMPHLETS. MAPS
-CL J
w
SICNAL TEHAMA CEORCE,
Will make the season of 1SSI at the follow­
ing plwci-s:
Beginning at the barn of F
Frs.i.-Iiimrgh, ur I'entrnl Point. W,sliie~)ay.
April 1 MU; mul will make -ramlsut that
pls, ,-. M.stfonl, .lnck«<mvi:le. Pho-nix. Talent
and Ashland during the season,
I>KS< KiertoN ASH P eiuohke : Signal Teha­
ma George, who has a cross of Mcsaenger
I i I imm I, 1« a handsome dapple-brown, weighing
t «■' painda when In condition, and standing
1AV» hand- high. He was sired by Signal
t hief; dam by lllackhiiwk Morgan. Signal
Chief by Old Signal; dam t-y Langford lh-1-
in-.nr, he by llelmont.
Tzu«« or skuvick S* a.«1 ui . $15; Inatirabve
V' Every pr*x-autlon will be taken to avoid
aecldriita, imi will not be reaponalblc for any
Should th,o .H-eur.
GEO. LEKOl'X.
Central Point Or . Mar. 31 1«W1.
REAL-ESTATE ON COMMISSION
UIOM 2fc INCH TO H INCH.
WINE
AND SPIRIT
r
Any person wishins to sell property
Und it to th.-ir Interest to cull and see us
Wi
A. CARRICK,
Ell
M oB-olum t '’Pili lot*
• I
And l.nporter of
Foreign and Domestic Woolens, Etc.
MERCHANTS,
Agents for Cyrus Noble Distillery, Jos. Sehlitz Brewing Cotn
pany, Milwaukee Bottled Beer, Schmidt .V Co.’s Sarsaparilla and
, Iron Water; also Arcadian Mineral Water from Waukesha, Wis-
conti in.
63 Front Street, Portland, Oregon
FRAZER ÄV
t ,-,„»11»
fj
A
Pension Changes.
A nundwr «*( changes have Iwen ma«!«*
. ...... ntly in tin* |N*n**i«»n rat«*. F<»r tin* loss <»f
b«»tli bail«!** th«- rat«* ha** >►« «*n in«*r«>as<*d from
$72 to $100 a nxmth. F«»r many years tin*
p«*nsl<«n f«»r tin* !•»>* of I»««th hamls, i»«»tli f«*«*t,
b"th «*yos am! such otii«*r «lisabilty as r« -
(juir« «i «‘onstant nersonal att»*ndancc was $72
a month. Th«» la**t «•*ongr«*s> increased th«*
rate for th«* l«>ss ««f l««»th han«ls t«» $100 a
month, but th«* • ff«»rt mad»* t«^ secure a eimi-
lar in<*reas«» f-r the loss of both eyes was de­
feated.
Circus Upset
4 FULL LINE OF THE BEST AND MOST
A fashionable cloths, finishings, etc., «in­
stantly’ kept on hand, and nettling but Itrst-
Its Causes and Cure,
elass work turned out.
Sei« ntith aily_ treat«*•! hv nn aurist ot world-
YU orders tilled promptly at reasonable
WH1« i cput.it i<ni. f )r i fro «- t rad i< at«*«I and «n- rates and satisfaotlon guaranteed.
tir»ly em-« «I, <>f from 2" toijt) v«*t*rs* KtamJing
A. DA KRICK
att« i all ..tliur tr« atrn* tit« h.iv.- fnil.-d, |{<»w
Medford, Ma 13.1889
til« dim« IIIt> iri r» tf •>. .1 ;.nd til«* < till.-« r« tn.ived
ini J « xplaimd in « irunla>s. with ath-lav>t-
;
f tluiiMI.nee been n«4«*l
M
S ”f cur‘ - G-.mi prominent
peopl-. mailed free.
k for u», l»j Anti
ta. and Jno. finn
Dit. A FONTAINE,
eut. Oiliej» orvd
31 Wert li b St. N. Y
yrttj’ 0-tof«miu
ORGANIZE ALLIANCES.
BEST IN THF. WOBI.D.
Ten acres ret to fruit alien in a bear-
ng
condio>n nil
yield an i
of from $3000 to $4500 per yea
requires n-i
.xpensire machine
operate it. A fruit-rais.-r in the \\
.It«- valley requires but a small <
has uli the advantages ot kiiviUze
. Ultured socieiy. Ims good and c-iivtn-tut
Ularkels and receives a belter income Ir. ii.
the same mve.tnieiil than can be I imi I from
«ny other line of mi-li.ess
You ran ret
this land fiom *55 to *75 per acre <4 The
Oregon Lard i oiniany ot Naleni.Oirgon.
ASHLAND, OREGON.
DEAFNESS.
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Ghitdren Cry for Piìdwtis Cestirla.
F a nr fests .
From what ¡ b known of the habits of
Tie codhu moth, we learn that about
three week« after the chrysalis develops
into the miller on ttie wing the eggs are
laid in the apple, and the moth is from
one to two weeks laying its eggs
Ttiis
vear I have seen that during the «aim
dry days about the first of May the mil­
lers weie developed and utter .May 10th,
veiy few pupa <>r worms could be found
«Imre tire we-k previous they had been
numerous, i. e , in the nio-s on the bark
4 old apple trees. Prof. E. R. Lake, of
Corvalli-, tells me that tn 1889 lie no-
iced that the norms, many of them,
rested during the winter and did not be­
come cury sabs until t-pting, which con-
i nms to my observation this spring.
Those 1 found and put in glass nearly a
.iiunih ago have gone into the pupa
state now ; but as the bottle was kept in a
coil and shady place they have not yet
developed.
My conclusions are that the moths
will commence laying their eggs about
the 2l)tb
20tti of May and those moth«
«til continue to lay eggs nil early in
June
Other nil lers will
coming ot-
and the early biood will Ls maturitig a»l
ttiruugli May and will be laying eggs Bl I
tlnoitgli June
By this time the esrly brood is out of
too way, the second brood will be ready
to tiegiii, and if theie are three ur four
tn< ods, as 8>me a«rert, millers will be
ayingegg» all through the summer and
m the eany fall. Apple spraying should
tiegm about ttie last day of May .and con­
tinue twice a month until Septemtier.
Paris green dissolved in ammonia,
with a little soft soap added to the solu
lion when used, is said to last much
longer than London purple
Ammonia
is used to make it dissolve and not settle
»lien being used ; soap is used to cause
it to remain longer on the foliage ami
fruit. One pound to 200 gallons is Said
to be strong enough.
1 had more loss and trouble this year
ami all others from the peach and p inn
hotel than from thecudlin moth. Tbu-
lar 1 have f uml no remedy that was
satisfactory, though I have used different
m aue. 1 intend to keep on until I fini
something to k> ep them off.
1 he nnller lays its eggs during the
summer on the body of the tree near
tlie mound ; the worm batches and goes
to the root, spending one year on the
ouiside, puncturing holes from which,
ill the peach, guru exudes. Thia worm
slays three years in 'he tree and can kill
-m ill pt-ach trees
1 have found large
plum trees with twenty borers in its
roots anil some are killed, though 1 don't
intend to all rw the worms a chance todo
lunch harm.
As yet 1 find no means of getting rid of
them hut to dig them out, knife in hand.
If this is very carefully done every fall
they cannot do much tiarm. If allowed
to work their way, for three years, they
will ruin any plum and pium orchard in
Oregon.
To tie paper around the base of a tree,
for a foot or so, and bury the bottom
several inch>s, is said to be effective,
this can be done in June, each year, and
anyone can soon tell if they do any good
I mean to try a mixture of pine tar.
punting the body and roots, and will
refrort my success in the course of time
S. A. C lark , in Salem Sttitrsman.
A K igiitkoi ' s J vdge .—Judge Hamer
created a sensation at Broken Bow the
other day by delivering an oration upon
a m"tion marie by a local attorney to
confitni a real-estate mortgage toreclos-
urc • **Tbi« docket ir coveted,
up-
on page, w th confirmation cases. The
ast summer’s drouth has exhausted the
fanner's resources, and tie is unable to
pay Ins loans. The act of G al, lor which
tire pr ople are not re«i>on«ible, has re-
duced one-half of them to almost beg­
gary, and this calamity shall not t>e
made worse by any act of mine. We
are asked to turn 100 farms over to money
lend-is, and 500 «omen and children
over to patiferism. It shall never be
done in this district while I am judge.
Ine people are not able to pay, and I
will not assist in their being robtied.
•'Let us wait until a crop can be tarsed
and confidence lestored, and all will
come out all right. If a man Ire living
un his land or living < ff it, and trying
to cultivate it, he should Lave the rr-
«aril of Ins work. I will never confirm
a sale in times like th“Se, if theowner is
trying to make a living on the land
Wtien the people are compelled to ask
aid to procure seed it Would Ise cruel
luotkeiy to deprive them of ttie land to
sow tiie seed upon
I have a rigtit not
to confirm sale« wtien tlie proptrlv sold
does not bring two thirds of its actual
value, and in these cases it lias nut
in ought that amount
The sale is ! Ot
csntirmel.''— K-aruey (N-b.) Hub.
A B oon for K ulcm xtics .—‘ This 1U
iorinati jii ,” saul a weii-kiiown physician
toiue, “may save many lives; a' any
ute. it will prove an invaluable boon to
peo; le miff ring from rhetrnatietn in any
-Laps or form. KhellniatiHm. aa neatly
everybody knows, in caused by ac'diiv
■ 4 the biood. It aliould never be neg-
ected. Thts remedy, aa I know by long
pra< tice, is v--ry eflicaeiona, audit is aa
simple as it is powerful." “Here it is,'
lie added. "When a rheumatic twinge
is experienced the patient should pro­
ceed to a drug store arid buy 15 or 25
c< nts worth of oil of gauiteri* (oil ot
»inter-green), put ten drops on a lump
"I sugar, place it in the mouth, >iermit it
io dissolve slowly and swallow it. Tina
slu uld he repealed at intervals of two
hours till tlie laHt vestige of the malady
To Liquor Dealers-
baa disappeared. In the meantime take
July 1. across tit«* fa«*«1 <*f « v« ry
a dose ur two of Kochelle salts.” "That”
said ihe physic an, “la all there ia to it;
Inn it taken as I have pri-scril>e<l, it wi I
eave suffering humanity many dollars in
den t rr’s hills, to say nothu.v of pains,
aches and swellings. No. I charge
nottiing for thia advice. It is simpiv
iziven lor Ihe benefit of mankind.”—.V.
HfralJ.
Farm tor Sale
PRICE LIST.
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_ rOtlSALEBYBIULFRSCI xr; -I.I.Y fu».
Tiling of All Kinds
••>»„ 180 »-re-of
W<-»l«o iiiHk.-valiiHlrl,-Improv.-mr-nt. in tin-wnv r.f r.,i.|. t..n<-. < . ’,..rin<r tl... iu.,.i
W. enn -il « «mull tract of «n.lfor th.- Mm- pric.- ,,. r
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largo farm.
,nr 11
THE ETNE KOAOSTF.il SIALLION,
ftawwiacqiuiliUaaer, a L,.,ri ...
Will Sell, Lease, Kent and Handle
A Chotee Collection of
Onrrisl Celar, ItrrgnH
Train Agent*.
Th»* S. I‘. Co. id w bav»* train agent* on the
C. «V
line, wh«» doalltho
of col-
h’ctiug train far«in pla«>* «-f the'*«'nductor.
h - li« n tof’-r«’, t!i<- latter <>ftb’«‘r having noth­
ing to «!<» but lo«»k --ut f «r tin* niauag«*m«*nt
■ •( th«* train. Th»* company oftkiab pret«*nd
that th«' n«*w onl«*r of thing* is not a rcfl»»o
tion on the integrity <*f tip* pouductor, but
merely to r**li»*v«‘ him «*f «»verwork. Th»«
Portland ••E.xaniim r.
however,
sayf» the
company cont«*nd* that th»* uew K\>t«»in
ha« r«*sultvd in 60 p« r cent, gain of cash r»*-
ceiptf*; but after a while thinks it will prove
worse than the old >tyl«. A I arg-* sum <*f
money ib undoubtedly «■•»lleeted ou th«* train
for fare* e-p'- ially N-twcen small station*,
ami th«*re may I m * more or less dcadhea<ling.
S.»m«* £«*nius will make a f-*rtun«' in the
invention of a machine that will register
cash rec« ipts f-»r far«*» of <!ifT« r<*nt rates, tip*
street-car I »ell punch being very good where
but ««Mt* rate I.f (<tr«‘ i» <*oll* «•tii'le.
Better Than a Gold Mine.
ASHLAND. OREGON,
Calls promptly attend«*»! to day or night.
Catarrh Can’t !>e Cured.
with LOCA la APPLICATIONS, as tiny
cannot rvu-b the s»at of the di-eas«’.
i.iiarib is n tl od or constitutional di -
ease, a««d in order 10 cure it y<»u have t *
uke internal rrni«*»tirs. Hall’s Caiar«b
<» mv « io««iR»n ti-i« >nal|v, «ij<i a V» <l«rtv*‘y
■ •li th«* bl"« d and iiitiCi-Uü surfaces
Hai
Catarrh Cure is no qu«< k n*e'<irine
It
wa> prescribed by *>i e of the best pby-i
ciatis in this com tty f.*r jears, and is n
regular prescription. It s composed of
1 be best tonic.** k own, Combined with the
b« st hood pur tiers, acting directly on the
mucous >iiriaces. ¡he | t ried « onibin*-
t’on of ihe 1*0 )ngi»«ii»nis is what pro­
duces such *onoenul results in. curing
catairh .’‘end for testimonials fie?.
F. J. ( IIENEY A Ct» , Prop* . Toledo, O.
Sold by d'liggi'ts. pr'ce 75c.
< >!•«• ¿Oil
J. C. LEE, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN
LUCKEY & CO
A N li 8 T K G K O N,
The People's Party.
Th»’* n« w | h '»ph•’*• jMirty wa^ organized ut
Cincinnati r» « «*ntly; flfl«*ru hundr»*d d
gat»-- w«*r»* pr»*M*nt an«1 gr«at »*Dtbu*ta»in
pr«*vailed. S|»**»*«’h«*ri w « t «* mu«l»* by Grand
Workman Powderly, S« nat«»r l‘f*-1T« r, Igna-
tiiiri Donnelly, wh » dr« w up th.* platform
and r».*ri««luti"iis. pr f. G. M. Miil«*r, of this
state, a*k»*d th«* «•onv«*nti<«u to endorse pro­
hibition, hut li«* \\a** not list»*n»*d to. Th«*
{»ropie r party will I««* th'«r<»uglily organize«!
anti plac- ti« k«-ts in th«* lb*l<l <*v«Tywli»*r»'.
Their platform <’on«l«*nri« «i d«*elar?ft f r:
The abolition . f national bank».
Gov»*rnm?nt l«»ans««u n<»n-|**ririhabk* pro­
ducts and land at 2 p* r feut, p**r annum.
Fr«.*»* ami unllmit**«! silver.
Prohibition of ali« n ownership of land.
The return to th»* governme nt of all rail-
roud land- not . ............ ‘ by th«* railnNuls.
TaritT for rv\enu«* only.
Institution ”f an inborn« tax.
Abolition - I a prot«*etive tariff wh
»ip ••on«.’ iutercst or class at th«* ?
an*»th«*r."
National --ontroi an«! >up«‘rvisi<i
roads and. if n»*«*«*s>ary. national o
Elevtion .-f president amt Unit
f»enat<»rs by th«* p«’-»pl«*.
Submission of universal suffrage question
to the p«*opl«* "f th«* stat* *8.
Justic»* to tin* «»id soldier* who
in dopr»*<*iatc«I curr«*n« y.
Eight-h ur «lay,
•*
shout
A heavy wind storm struck the Sells
Brothers circus tents, at Tiffin. Ohio, not
long sine«1, and a very general wreck
followed. The animal cages were upset,
many persons were crushed, trampled oa
and generally mixed up in the debris, but
really with but few serious ami no fatal re­
sults. Wonder if it isn’t un advertisement
for the circus, which is now ou the wnv to
this coast?
K khi labitv a L aw .—Letting up means
sotnetiine letting down. Feed stock reg­
ularly and continuously the year around.
N.J least to-day and famine to-moiro«.
Eqiecially fattened animals and milch
cuws must bave steady feeding. In the
cased cows Prof. Arnold sajs: “Imme­
diate loss of milk by not supplying full
rations cl milk-producing food the whole
of the milk season is not the end of the
misfortune. It affects the flow of after
years, and counters, ts all eflorts for im
proving the milk capacity of the cows
ami their decedents. When the udders
of the cows are hmpt-e or empty one-half
of the year this condition becomes a fix­
ed and hereditary quality which may be
I ih ki rt for in the luture heifers with as
■limit certainty as may be expected to
produce like in any other particular. On
the other hand, if COWS are kept up to
the best efforts, they will gradually make
their condition a |ierraanent anil fixed
tendency tn their nature and will trans­
mit to their decedents the same as any
other quality they possess.’’
MUER OX THE RH.VPSGE.
The Woodburn Inrif*pcnilent furnishes a
compli-ta history yi its “inimical” way,
of a late occurrence;
“According to newspaper rejiorts, F.
C. Baker, the atate printer, has gone to
the Sandwich I-lands to visit a brother.
He will, also, tour through the eastern
states, and will be gone a'>oiit four
months. This is all right, so far as it
g'.es; but there is a little secret afiout hi«
going, winch w« purpose divulging.
“About two months ago Mr. Baker got
on a bar, blew m over *410 in one night,
d- fled the Salem fioln e to arrest him and
raised Cain generally. Tlie affair was
linsheii up, for't«ould r.ever do to give
away a etat-* • ffi er
Baker kept pr, tty
straight until ah. ut two weeks ag-t, when
Salem [e opl. ’e cur-o-ily was ar. him .d f.v
an arto lethat appeared 111 the Staternian
com-erning a “prominent 1 fli.ml, wie>
was arrested and fine’l for driu.k-nne-s
and slapping hia wile.’’ The Journal,
however, did not ev< n po««ess the nrive
to mention the item, eith-r directly or
indirectly.
Tie* fan's concerning the
“orominent utfic ai’a” wild ways are as
follow*:
“State Printer Baker started out to
paint S lem red. H- g >t drunk, and.
ailei rag ng about town, went In me and
amn«e<l himselt by sn a-trii’g every p<ece
of dishware in the house. Lamps vasea,
mirrors, all went; chairs were smashed
over tables, arid the house louaeil like a
Kansas cyclone hail struck it. To crown
it all he slapped his wife, and there is no
telling where he would have stooped in
his mad career bad not the officers at
that moment arrived and arrested him.
He was taken down town aud released
on ins own recogn'zance until morning.
Morning catqe but Baker <1id not. He
had skipped off to Portland, hut came
back on the local train, went to his house
and Hearted to finish bis destructive work
intending to get through in time to catch
tlie over lain, for California. He took Ina
wife's seal s'.in cloak, cut it to piece*
anil threw it into the tile.
With it went
her fine drestu s, and he wssju-t in his
element alien Marshai Minto got to ttie
house. He promptly arrested and took
him to the cooler, where he laid until
the nex' morning, wtien he was taken
before Recorder <iorsl.il and fined five
dollars and costs for disorderly conduct
and the great sum of ten dollars for slap­
ping his wife. During 'lie night he had
vomited al* over himself, and when lie
appeared before the recorder the next
morning lie was tlie dirtiest drunk that
had ever come out of jail. These are
simple facts wtiich we publish, not only
as news, but ts-cau-e we want it under­
stood that the la'bitfiirbnt screens no
man, simply because tie lias money and
|K>l;tt'-al 11 flu-i.ce. A man got diunk
ami tried to take our town, but lie did
not go so far as t > abuse women. TV«
I'Ulrhet.ed tliat and gave his name. Mr.
Baker, state printer though he is, is no
better. Th« Salem pai-ers tia<l no rigtit
to keep that “piomm- nt official’s’’ name
from the public, so long as they do not
keep back the na r.es of country boys and
otliers wlo get drunk and are fined. A
tiling that is lair fur one mail is fair for
another,and Baker is nothing but a man,
and evidently a very poor one at that.’’
R oyalty ok thk K ack —The baccarat
trial in Loudon throw« some interesting
side-lights on high English society. In
the set distinguished by the patronage ol
the I’nnee of Wales reckless gambling is
considered a matter, of course, both for
men and women.
There •!» nothing out
of the way in a lad, turning tier drawing­
room into a taro trank—faro and baccarat
being first cousins—ami roping in tier ac­
quaintances f r all «tie can get fr. in them.
Society merely draws the tine at run­
ning a “brace” game. It is of little im­
portance outside of Ins immédiat» circle
of acquaintances whether Sir William
Gordon-Cumming succeed in proving his
innocence or not.
Hrs care at present
looks remarkably weak. His evidence is
all in. and his only witness except him­
self is the Prince of Wales, who testifies
that tie did not personally see Cumming
cheat, bui that tie believed the five per­
rons wtio said th y did
It ought to he
possible to get the entire rov al family,
the peerage and the hierarchy of the
church ot England to r«eat to lirai miicl..
Tne iealiy setioii- thing i« the (lulrlicitv
tl at has been given to ttie recn at on« of
royalty and ar stucracy. li ill • Prince
of Wales shculd ever a-k parii.im-nt to
pay another batch of del:’«, who could
listen «ilbout laughing «hen his advo­
cates soletiiEly urged bis heavy family
expenses as U.e reason for in- tinaucisl
embarias-meiit ? The S|iectacle of the
heir to tile throne, at ttie age of fifty,
leaving his « te and family to gamble
with a female favorite in a crowd of aris­
tocrat c plungers, can ha-i1 V solidify the
foundations of tire moi.a-cliy. And when
a juror stiarply vo-st-xam nestne Prince
just as I ■■ woil.il a hod-earriei. ami gets
aouir- te ti uony out ot him »hicti lie had
not intended to give, the divinity of ruy-
aby is becoming <• n-.rderab.y-the worse
fur the wear.— Erniiiiiier.
E very one knows that Boston is a
moral city, and the New England Moral
Reform Society is one O« moral Boston's
creations. Toe society is very rnueli op­
posed to dancing, ami its prim ipl<s find
embodiment in an addrcNt delivered bj
tin- KeV. Dr Redfotd, in the Berkeley
Tetnt le.
Dr. Redford thinks modern
darn ing does much to encourage vice.
But, on the other hand, he opines that
the good, old dign fi <1 sty le l a« much to
coni'i end it to imsiest people. Too much
dancing lie says is indecent; a modesl
young lady in a ball-rojm does not hesi­
tate to allow a young man to place his
ami around her waist and hug her.
Now, the though! mu-t occur to modi st
people, what can b • the condition of a
minister's iniini w ho sees indecency in
that which a imsh-st voting lady, witii all
the de icai-y and lefineuent of a pure
woman, ¡s-raiils and tiecoim-s a party to
without lies.tatiO'i ? The query sug­
gests its own answer.
Thoughts, ideas
and speculations running on the line ol
indecency aie out of p ace in the pulptl
And then he streaks of the good, old dig­
nified style. Yes, there was considera­
ble dignity in the old style, liecause it
was almost impassible to see the relative
jiosilions of the two waltxers.
Tney
clutched one another's elbows and spun
about the room like a top. When the
dance «a* ended the dancers could not
be sai l to have any sensation lelt, ex­
cept that of dizziness, ami this is per­
haps «by the reverend gentleman rats
that the oi l style has nothing indecent
about it.
L otta ’« S iikew » M other .—Lotta is
one of the richest actiessee in America
to-day—a gratifying result which she
owe« to her own Insirionic abilities and
the sound business judgment of her
mother, Mrs. Crabtree. The latter ba«
comnlete control uf her daughter's fi­
nancial investments in theatres, busmens
blocks anil real-estate, and, in fact, for
many vears she practically han tieen the
business manager of ber daughter.
Ixitia’s < areer has tieen singularly «□<■-
eeseful, and it has in it a large measure
T hk case of John B. Kaub of Tacoma, of encouragement for ambitious and un­
Wash., vs. the Southern Pacific com­ known memlrers of her profession. Hhe
pany, which has be<-n cn trial for the began her theatrical file at the bottom.
past eight days at Portland, was con­
cluded ly the jury bringing in a ier-
F ok the half nrglige and mannish cue-
d ct for plaintiff" lor the sum of *10,000
Dime which «omen nowaaaurue with the
lor damages received in the Lake Lamsh
approach of «arm weather, the blouse
«re. k of November 12. 1890. Kaub
waista of dark blue oolka-doOed India
sued io recover *75,000. The 8. P. has
silk worn under ball fitting cloth jackets
given notice of a motion fora new trial.
are very fetching. They are also rather
more graceful than the starched eblits
The Firn Symptom« of Death.
which were ao popular lart season and
T‘.r<-<1 fail1 ng, dull headache, rains in which are also revived thia jeai
Hay tor Safe.
various part, of the body, tUukinu at the pH
The undersigned offers for sale 100 tons of tbe stoumcb, tote of uppwtira, fin-rrlshnew
pluiplieor sort-«, arc all poaltlvo evidence of
Of good hay. < al' on or address
potsoui-d blood. No manor bow it became
8 E. Isn. Jacksonville. Or.
txilaoned II inu«t be-purified to avoid dt-atb.
TH RIFF CO V.VOX SERRE.
W’e have seldom seen a« much stupid­
ity in the same amount of space as will
be found in the following few lines
which we clip from a leading Republican
paper published in San Francisco: “The
protectionists believe that it is better for
ttie general welfare of our people, who all
have the right to participate in our gov­
ernment, that the present standard of
wage« an<i living among ns should be
maintained and that other people having
a low stanilsrd of living and wages
should not be allowed to pull down ours
hv competition with the product« of our
lahrrr witliont paying for the privilege.”
It i« more cbari'able to presume that
the author of the above is igr.orant of
what lie i* trying to get through him
than that he is deliberately trying to de­
ceive. E uansting from a journal of high
ida«« editorial ah lity ar.d of wide circu­
lation, tlie idea of making “foreigners
pay lor the privilege’’ is an amusing
thought to th« average tnind, and is
hilariously rich to those who have given
teflec’i m to the -uiject of tariff taxa­
tion. The ide.
idea that tur
cur tanfi'
tar ¡fl’ law»
laws com
com- 1
cel foreigners to pay forth* privilege ot
selling goods in tlie markets of this conn-
trv was first-class campaign stuff >n 1888;
out it would tie a hard task now to find a
• lever scliool boy who does not know that
the tax levied on imported goods for pro­
tection s sake 1« placed there for the sole
pur,K>se of making our own |ieople pay
for the privilege of buying them and us­
ing them. This indulgence in the pa­
tronizing tolerance of popular ignorance
and ttie gullibility of tiie people i* grow­
ing tiresome. Who ever heard of a
foreigner paying import duties? If our
neightxir will remove lus partean glasses
and look at this question in a practical
and common-sense way lie will «ee that
it is the American consumer, and not
the foreign importer, that "pays for the
privilege.’’ He will also discover, by a
little inde|>endent ami
clear-headed
thinking, that our home manufacturers
have two prices at which they sell their
goods—one, the “protection’’ price, at
which they sell to the consumers of our
own country, and the other, a much
lower price, at which they sell to foreign­
ers, who buy for the consumption trade
of the “low-priced lab» “ classes of other
countries. Many of our mills are con­
templating stinliing down tbeir estab­
lishments in the near Inture
What for?
Is it because trie country is being flooded
with foreign goods'* Not at all;
but
rather because the McKinley bill prac-
ncly prohibits tli« importation of various
kinds of foreign-made goods. Under
the beautiful system of protection our
me-cliant marine has been driven from
the seas, an I we have been reduced to
the necessity of subsidizing steamship
companies in order to get the trade of
other countries. It begins to look now
like the silver question, by common con­
sent. will not be an issue next year, and
as the tariff w ill lie the question of aH
questions, it is high time ttie Republican
press was preparing to talk sense upon
it. It has a bad cause to plead, but surt -
ly a better argniu-nt can le found than
to undertake to show that foieigners are
putting up for the misfoi tunes of the new
tariff law.
T he F arce E sdiso .—The navy de­
partment has received official informa­
tion of the peaceful surrender of the
Chilian insurgent steamer Data at Iqui-
que lately.
The information was con­
tained in a dispatch from Admiral 'Mc­
Cann. The It ata arrived from Toeoptlla
at night and was placed at the diano-
sitton of Admiral McCann next morning.
She had on board, the dispatch says,
590() rifles and a so ttie ammunition taken
'rom the schooner Robert and Minnie off
I he port of San Diego, Cal
She Lad no
oilier munitions of war than those be­
longing to tlie slop, an<I bad transferred
nottiing to the E«nt«ral<fa, with whom
she communicated off Acapulco, Mexico.
Admiral McCann says ttie cruiser Charles
ton arrived at Iquique June 1st and the
I’ensa'-ola was expected ta-fore night.
The Itata will now tar sent back to San
Diego, probably under the convoy of a
cruiser. Site will be delivered to the
Un ted States court officials a’ San D ego,
and the proceedings against t.er will be
resumed. S cietary Tracy gave to the
A-eociated 1* es« reporter to night the
chain oi cir u.m-tances tha' led up to the
peaceful surrender to the United States
of the
Itata.
The si ere1 ary
says
that tlie desire for tlie surrender came
¡'•»in the leader of the insurgent party at
Iquique. Soon after the vcsael illegally
escajred from the custody of ttie marshal
at San Drego, the government was in­
formed hv these leaders that they disap­
proved of the a< tion of the officers of the
vessel, anil made offers, tr,tough Admiral
McCann, to peacefully su'render tier to
’he United States as -o >n a« she arrived
in Chilian waters.
There offers were
. omrnurreated to the department at
Washington, and in du« tune accepted
by this government without, however,
implying any recognition on the part of
the Umteii States of tlie insurgents as
belligerents. As s.x>n re tlie offer was
accepted, a telegram authorizing him to
cease ttie etia-e «a« sent to Captain
Remy, of the Charleston, but the
steamer had already sailed when the
telegram reached Acapulco. Secretary
Tracy sai I the Itata Would be sent up to
San Diego.
Knsi lts <>g K ino K i le .—Perhaps the
most startling expose of recent official
corruption comes from Pennsylvania,
where the fnastirer of Philadelphia has
been arrested ami is behind in the city’s
funds to tlie extent of *1,000,000.
The
tact has been demonstrated that the Re­
publican managers have known of a
si.oriage in the city tieaeury fur a num­
ber of yars ami have only nominated
iui n for trr-a-urrr «ho would agree^to
■alee it ami hide the face of the deficit.
In this way the day of disaster was put
off only to tie more certain and over­
whelming wtien the day of reckoning
came. The day came with the election
of a Itemociatic governor, who in looking
after the state funds found a good-sized
deficit of such funds in an account with a
Philadelphia lank
When the bank
• as called on for the funds it failed, and
as John Bardelev. the city treasurer, was
its cashier the failure exposed the shott-
age of the city funds.
Then the whole
ale came out. Among otlieis who tried
desperately tuk-ep the bank examiner
to id taking conttoi uf the defunct bank
was
Post master-Genri 0,1 Wanamaker,
m l a Democratic congress tnay lie called
oi on to investigate Ins cotin ««tion with
the affair.
Favtr P reservation .—In an interview
at S*n Francisco recently, A T. Hatch,
the well-known fruit-grower, said : Ex-
perimento are now in progress in this
city, which, if thry prove a-« »uccrs^ful as
they promise to do, will viva the fruit in­
dustry a tioom such as it has never
known. A local chemist, who ties been
expenmenung lor a long tune, has hit
upon a gas which it is claimed will pre­
serve fruit in its natural state fur an in­
definite jieriod uf time, at ttie same time
preserving both ttie appearance and fla­
vor of the trait, just as it conies from tlie
tree. A abort time ago I was Shown a
sample of cherries that had been pre­
served in this way for six months, and
tiiev were tn perfect slate uf preservation
tn every way. Even an ex tert could not
have detected that they were not freah
from the orchard. Other experiments
are now m progress, and a number of
fruit-growert), myself among ttie rest,
bav« advanced money to catry them on.
Ttie gas ia easy to manufacture, costa
littleor uotbing, and no difficulty is ex­
perienced in handling it.”
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Timber Land f«»r Sale.
poisons. Sold under positive iruarsntix'.
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wbatevery w- nian needs,
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