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GENERAL NOTES AND NEWS.
u he ¿Dcmocraucemra
A SCROFULOUS BOY.
pacific co .! s line
Norr« Corerrd Hl»
Hod y »Ktl
Cured by Cu-
The Mt. Shasta Boute.
Judge Field of the V. S. supreme court
is at Portland holding court.
Seventy-three persons have applied
for jiositiotis in the Eugene public school
Tho AVrieir-is agitating the building of
TteeTIMKN tona a elrenlatlon of USOO
(toelarcaat enjoje.« by •
newspaper a >20,000 theater at Roseburg,with hopes
published between Forilaad and Med of success.
When Hix immths old, the left hand of our
lltti«- grandchild b«-gan to swell, ami ha«l every
appearance of a large b«»il. Wc poulticed it,
but to no pur|H»ae. About fiv«* months after
it became a running aor«-. S«»«»n *»t her sores
formed. He then had lw«> of them on each
hand, and iiis bl«M»d beeatne
m«»r«- and m«»re impure, it
t«»ok l«*ss Hme for them to
break <»ut. A s«»r«* cam»’ on
th«- chin, ben«-ath the under
Itp. which was very offen-
siv«-. Iiis he»ul was «»tu* solid
acai», discharging a great
«leal. This was hiseomhti«»n
nt twenty-two months «»l«l.
when 1 un«iert«»ok to cure
him, his nmther havingdb-d
when he was litth* more than
l * year «»hi, of consumption
H«- could walk a little.
I but c«»ul»i not get up it he fell down, ami
1c«»uid m»t in«»v< wtu-n in b«-d, having no us«- of
hta tiamla. I imni«*diat«*ly e«»inmenc«xl with
the Cuticura R«-in«-dies. using all tr«-« ly. One
sore after an«»ther h«*ah*d.a lx»ny matter form
TOURIST SLEEPINC CARS,
ing in «-ach one «»f th«*se five <i«-«*p on«* Just
t’ >r A<vniuu»'Miiit:«»ii '»í awond-c’iUM» prtSMvn- before h«*aling. which w«»uld finally grow
I immm * and w«-r«- taken out; th«*n they would
vt;r» uuaclitil to Etprt ss Train*.
h«-al rapidly. One of them* ugly b«»ne forma
tions I ¡»res.-rv«*d. After taking a dozen ami a
i» «..or .»X i> t: ihi 'I biori ,
half b«»tt!«-s In- was <*«»inplet«-ly cured, and is
Him Et: « i iiKii i y n.i t <» k i . ilii * now. at th«* ag«- of six years, a strong and
Mas. E. >. DRIGGS,
MAIL TH A IN- PAI LX AMIlPT »l'S l>A T. I
May 9. X>. t»l2 E. Clay St.. Bloomington, III.
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Fortltotod Àmx. » *' **. m .
ISJ ii p. M.I A i » vr Coi valli»
LeaytjjB:» «. M.
E ip ret» Traîna I m ^ v «* Portland Daily.
1 uû p . m . lM-ave f*<wt ia^j Arrive* *35 a . ■.
7 ti a . M. L«-ave
1Ô*.|.» A. M.lArriv« San Franc wo L«*ave|_*Uuv ■.
Above train* stop only at the following
statmiiM mirth of K«»a« burg: E-st Portland
tfiregon City. Woodburn. Salem, Albany.
mngvnt.SiHwid-». Halsey. lUrnxburg. June-
rum City. Irving. Eug* ne.
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At Albany au«l Cerva.11»founvet with trains
ot Oregon racitic Railroad.
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♦ 40r M. Leuv«
7J& P. tsjArrivt McMinnville L»*av« | » 45 a . m
THROUGH TTKETSt" *11 points,
EA T A SOUTH.
F»»r Tics« tsiiTvi information regarding rat«*s.
mans. etc. «all on Coin pan) m agent atM»*dford.
Ast G.i.JtB. Ag t.
Southern Oregon are hereby informed that
In addition to a large anti elvgaut Hue of
xe added to my stock the following claaaof
goods, ,d which 1 have a tuli line:
BlnlT.i'al.-adlataaee al MO mile«. It
Corrupt politic« always comes nigh;
tberelare off-ra the beat iudneenu-nta but the price Philadelphia is paying is
toadverllaera. <»ur lint ta principally positively exorbitant.
ooutiaed I» tnckaoa. Jeaepbttov aud
It was ex-Senator Wager, now on the
Portland Tilei/rum, who had the etiquette
aboil id ( akr uote of thia
That n»*w bUstd purifier, internally (to cleanse
the bliMMl «»I all impurities and poisonous vie-
invntsandthus r«*tn«»ve ttie caus« >. and<uti-
cura. the »rreat skin cure, ami t utivura Soap,
an exquisite skm beautitter, vxtcrnally (io
clear the skin ami scalp, and restor»* the hair),
cure every disease am! humor of the skin ami
blood, from pimples to scrofula.
interview witii Gov. Pennoyer.
There is only one Republican member
in the Florida legislature, and while they
are having a deadlock and lots of fun, he
is not in it.
I sometimes muse, when my adventurous gaze
H ah roained the starry arches of the nigbt.
That were I dowered with strong angelic
The S.uslaw railroad surveyors have
All would Jijok « h.uigcd in those pale heavenly started back from Florence to cross
section tbe line. It will take them about
What wheeling w orlds my vision would amaze' 10 days to r< ach Eugene.
What chasms of g!«>otn would thrill mv and
There wasn’t enough money in Oregon
What rhythmic equipoise wt>uld rouse de to defeat consolidation in Portland, and
s >, it said, the bosses saved their >2 50
What moous would Ixam on me, what suns piet es for the city election
Then through my awed soul sweep« the larger
It is said that Governor Steele of Okla
homa ha» been offered the opportunitv to
Of how creation'» edict may have set
succeed Raum as Commissioner of Pen
Vast human multitude» on those far spheres.
With towering passions to w hich mine nxaui »ions. Appropriate name.
In a foot-race last Saturday at Cor
With majesti»« of happineea, or yet
vallis ( lias. Braithwait of Independence
With agonita of unconjecuired tears!
beat Wiley Young of Benton county
— Edgar Fawcett
The run was for >200 a side.
The Ilio Grande flood« have
thousands <4 their home».
The San Francisco rtltii, one of the
obtest papers in that city, has had to
rublied suspend publication. Of late years tho
pat>er has been run at a loss.
It cost nearly *1,000 to send Mr. Blaine’s
reply to Rudini by cable to K rine, and
Sold every where: Price, Cutleura. 50c* Soap,
25c; Resolvent, »»• l’rt pared by the Potter Italy pay« the bill.
Drug and Chemical Corporation. Boston.
The Italian government is trying to
H^Send for “How t»> Cure Blood Diseases.“
check the tide of immigration to this
n A nW’Q Skin and Scalp purlfi»*! and b»*au- country of her son». We sincerely tiust
DADT 0 tifivd by C utk VKA Soar. Abso
that it may meet witli success.
The Junction city Pilot is now pub
lished by A. H. Mooie, the former pro
prietors, Morin A Phelps, retiring. It
already show« signs of improvement.
General Alger tells « Seattle newspaper
that if Mr. Blaine “were w illing to become
tlie party’s standard-bearer, Ids nomi
nation would lie practically unanimous.
Eugene merchants have subscribed
ever *1000 to be expended by Win. B.
In on«* minute theCVTICVRA A nti - I’engra in improving the military wagon fast at
P ain Puurnm rdievea rheumatic, road for the Silver lake trade.
sciatic, hip. kidn«*y,cb«*st an«l inuiMni-
The second Raynioml
Whitc im ex in bis
’ lar pains ami w«*aknvsa«*s. Price,25c.
cursion train passed through the valley bank.
badies’ Furnishing Goods,
last week, the party being billed for
tour < f Alaska liefore returning east.
Both Knit and Muslin.
IHiàSIS’ «RßBÜBES COMPLETE
A. eh>wi> a» to be bou,hl any place; atoo
Chiliran'8 Short Clothes,
Prince of Wales has been rather
borrow ing money, but lie will go
for awhile, He lias rheumatism
legs and no more credit at the
The Prince of »Vale« is a grandpap.
This is one style set by the idol of the
Senator Tongue, of Hillsboro, Iris just American iltnles that the aforesaid Judes
received several bars of aluminum, from for vari> us and obvious reasons cannot
which lie intends to make horse shoes readily adopt.
and experiment with them on bis trot
Co., have sold their meat
market and appurtenant-* s to Fitzgerald
The attempt to impeach a Kansas Bros. A Venator, who will conduct the
district judge because he was in the habit business at the old stand, iti tlie town of
of adjourning court to go across the Burn», Grant county.
street to take a snifter
whisky has failed.
Even the children reatt the advertise
Cuder 4 year* old.
ments in the newspaiH-rs. Not long ago
Tlie Queen of Madagascar bathes reg a little girl was saving her i raver», when
We have rvrnovfxl our Nurscrii s to M«*<1- ularly once a year, whether the affairs of «he concluded as follows:
for«l. wh«*re w«* hav«* seeure»i New Gr«»un»L the
me pure abso’u’vly pure, just like baking
•oil «»I winch la • sand) loan», enabling us state go on or not. No matter what
I’oiiMisting of Usiv andSilk without irrigation to grow ht-althy, thrifty pressing business there may lie on hand
trv«*swith an abundance <»f fibrous lateral she must have her baths.
R. B. Haves tell» the rejiorters that
routs without taeavy tap roots, to be cut away
In digging. We offer
The supreme court unaninn Usly holds since lie had the grip His memory is not
the original-package law constitutional. as good as it was. ami there are those
The supreme collit gracefully acknowl who claim that Mr. Hayes should h >1.1
edges the superior authority of cong'ess no grudge against the grip cn that
and stands corrected.
and many other things to«» nuin»*rous to men
tion. 1 nave also a«xurrd tbeacrviceaof a
! am now prepared to execute an or
der«» in that line in first-class style at rvasona-
John A Dillon, who for tl>e la-t eight
Countess I.4*enlianpt, ex-S cretary
Bayard's widowed daugntor, is residing years has t>een managing editor of the
in the Wilmington Lome provided lor St. Louis IhsjMti li, has gone to New York
her prior to her marriage
She inherits to assume editorial management of the
I75.UOO presented t > her husband by New York IH'iht, vice John A. Cockerel,
An excellent grade of paper has been
Thousands of pigeons aie reported tn
pro luced from hop vine». Some entei-
Call and see ine opposite J. Nunan’s j H(’alf- Ami a good assortm« nt of all the leading va tbe valley north and west of Eugene. I prising individual should establish a
rieties <»t- fruit»».
Hunters have killed them by hundreds,
fr uia street.
Mik*. P. P. PRIM.
parties tiring sixty to seventy in a day’s l plant to utilize the vast quantity of these
hunt. The pigeons are attra- ted by the vines that now goto waste in this country
Trees as Low as any First-class Nursery.
THE WOMEN OF ORECON
GIVE C8 A CALL.
Nurseries al east end nt Bridge
On ii Strike
They have thrown away th«- waxhboard.and
say tney will use nothing but the
L p dies' Choice Washer
¿anaiactured by W. A. Goodman A Co.,
Grant’s Paas. Oregon.
L- Rliana'i Golden Balaam No. 1
Curve Chancre*, fir,*, an«« s< .-ond at.1
Son e on the Legs and Ik Iv; Sore Ears,
Eye«, Nme, etc . Copper < »lured Blotches.
Syphilitic» it irrh, ■! i h . v -^ m -<1 Scalp, and all
primary fon* -» of tlie «iitea«« known ar
I’ricr, f 1 UO p^r Boftle.
I a « RUhntt e Gohlen Balaam No. 3
Curt*—Tertian’, M« rc’iri3!S;,phi.iti<* Rheu
matism, Pains in the B 0« 4, Pa ns in the
l!ca<l t».uk <f tl1«* Neck, I I-erate«l Soru
Throat, Syphilitic hai»h, Lumps and con
tra. t« <i « »r
Stiff:», -is of the I.un?.a. arid
iradKatvs a!l disease from the «yafem,
whether cause«! by imheerction or abu«/
. f Mercury, b-aving th«* blaod pure am*
healthy. Price $.» OU per Pottle.
Le Hichau*« Golden Nuanhh Anti,
dote t r th'i < urc < f Gonorrhua, G! • t,
Jrritati n firm-l, ari l all I'rinary or G< n.
tai doarrun/« rntnts. Price $ 4 50 per
Lv Klchan*« Gohlen Spanish In«
Jection, f r*-t\re «.m»*sof «. n rrh . a,
t, Strictur <
91 *»O per Bottle.
I.e HicliHn'« Gohlen O’ntment
for the tff * t VC h. 1 n- • f Syph.
• s r <,
and eruption«. Prh eSl U<> p r B« x
l.e Rirhiiu’c Golden l*il «
ard Rr.cn treatment, I* m of pliv-i a! j
er. excel«» or <»ver work, Br mtratcy
Price 93 OO per Box.
Teric and Nervine.
bent even where, C. O. D., wurvly ¡«vked
NOW IN ACTUAL I SE.
W<* would ask th«* hulies of this Western
I <>a.st to lay ¡t^'«i« thrir |»r« judiccs give
Wasb«*r a fair tria , an«i bo convinced. There
1« ONE waah«*r in til«* w«»rl»l that will d<» good
w«>rk. W«’ have a «*<'iiibint*«l .Mai bin«*, W ash-
board.Tub ami Cloth«*« Bask«*t. W«*a«*llth«*
Waah«*r <»n its own m«*rita.
D”*«*ru»t <.ii an«l price of washer given on
«;•,•' « ■ i>»n.
A • l . liTQ \11 A UTCH to Mil the Ladie»*
• I JL,nlu nANI tU
Ch.»i. « Wa.m. r.
Ladicacan mak«* from fliM)to $2u0per month
Apply at one»! fur tvrmi.
THE RH HARDS DRl’G CO.. AGENTS.
5»«»and 511 Mark« t Str« » t,
San Francis« «». ( al.
----- Circulars sent free-----
S. S. SMITH, Prop
>IE fll’IISCHIBEH TAKES Pl.F.A.'fKH IN
announcing that bin st« am tuiw-mill ia n«>w
on full time ana turning out a large
ALL KINDS OF LUMBER
including th»1 hem rustic, ceiling an«l fluorina
furntaiie»! on short no'.ice.
Corralling a drove ol horses give* you plenty ol
work for hour«. You don’t have time to think
what th« w-at her is. You let everything Hide, tdi
the work is over. But the cowboy is never un
prepared. When thin “ picnic’ happens, what
ever the weather, he is not drenched and wet to
the skin before it's over, because he is always
provided with a " F»<h Brand Pommel Slicker.’
Wdh one ol the«e sadd'.e coatn on, you can t jet
wet it you try. Yfit entire saddle will be inside
the coat, and it will be drv. t<>o. Did you ever try
the pommel Slwher? Just try one, thev cost
eery little Then no more colds» levers, rheuma
tism, and other results to Mpoeure ol weather.
Every girment stamped with “Fish Brand
. tw < My inienor ioto
when you can have the “risk Brand Slicker
delivered without estra cost.
illustrated catalogue fiaa.
FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT
Thj« w«ll-kn»»wn turn»« ha« h«»»n rebuilt
Willi brn k and arsntly enlarged, bvsidca beinR
|i iacemrally located tn th«1 biiatnrs« part of
town and a good-sample rmim for commer
cial ’.ravvlen«. is fitted up tn c»»nne<*tion th» r<-
wtth. Th«table is conHtaht’y lurnished with
tbe beat the market affords.
E K BRiGHTMAN, Prop
Athland.Oct. 10 issv.
A. J. TOWER, • Boston, Ma««.
IN SOUTHERN ORECON
And »11 of
akin , sellino
C. B. FITZGERALD,
Choice Location? and Frites Reasonably
CANOES, E tc
F nt t» •.rciuprivi; < iu < « l aiv >
THE HANDSOMEST WORK
DONE AT THF.
MOST REASONABLE PRICES
FRED. T. MERRILL,
’>»>»• N/ J tin R.
k « « ut
II. ti. bul " « <->«»
I M»' |- at you IT»
In an. i art vf
• Ml I». il.r, (ix.
toi< n>»ntt only fa
jt pay Ml Nil (> r
» u frniabinc
•vriyibio. i.\s;l » ,
I’U I )»arn*4.
|*A«j I« : u<. •> l*U.I A I.lutt at <.nc^
A -U.» iVMHtoUk, XUU.
A rumor, which has more t'- an the
ordinary credibility in such matter«,
say« that Senator Edmunds will t>e ma le
minister to Erelaml and that Robert 1
Line In, now in that position, will lie
made secretary of war.
“G >1 help the surplus!” cried Corporal
Massdihusvtt’»’ legislature ban pa-s»*d
Tanner when he got his appointment as
a bill repealing a law pas-e<i a year ago
l< 0 i mwsioiier of t en-ions Tlie Corporal’s
which forbad»* saloon keepers to serve'
customers whil- Handing at tl c bar, an«l | I partv ha« lic'ped i «eif to ti e surplus.
requiting th* m to provide tables at w hich It i« gone. And in spite of increased
the cuatumer must bit iin.ki*-g a pr<-tense taxes a deficit is ini|>eiiding.
of eating sum thing at the -aim* time.
Tbe <!iiv -well paten’ -windl' ,by which
many an honest tanuer was r»jbl»e«l of
hard-earne«l dollars, n t many y» arsago,
is likely to be »luplicated in a similar
manner. The Scientific American ha-
an illustia’ion an I a «lesc iption of such
a patent bv Kice of Hutchinson. Minn.
Ru««ia ha« aiLlrcs«i <1 a communication
to the Forte «ub«tantial!y threatening
force unfepH the I>ar<lanells shall lie open
ed to th« commerce and to the volunteer
fleet ot Ruwia. The Russian ambassa-
dor has also claimed J ElbOO »lamages on
liehalf of the Kavak, ihe vessel which
was detain- d.
We execute Every Diw ripthm nt Work in
our It ne in the imsl approved sty Iv.
Don't fail to call and examine natnplea «nd
dmlgu and ascertain prices.
The number of cigars manufa» ture»l in
thi- collection diatrict »luring th»* past
year, as whown bv tbe re’urns made to
the c«'lle« t»?r « f internal revenues, was
10,000,0<M). This is a much greater num
ber than most |H*"ple woul«l suppose the
factori» h in Oregon and Washington
The war «lepartment may N; a little
slow in unraveling re»f tape, but, given
plenty of time, it gets th»*re after a fash
ion. Tbe merit list for lSSJ, has ju^t
been made public. One of the honored
men is »lead and others out <f the service ;
but this makes no difference.
Twenty live-years ago Joe I’ulrz r.
Probably the first American woman owner of »he New York U'orhi, was an
wh-> has ever made a trip to tho Polar obseute rep otter working for |25 a w« ek ;
region will be Mrs. Peaty, who will now be goes a-pleasuring on a $G3.fi0d
accompany her hu-band, Lieutenant s»eam yacht. Great is tbe power <?f the
r« i j’ rory
» mted States navy, pr»‘ss, if your pap»*r has a successful
who has !>een place»! in charge of tlie b otn atta« bed to it.
expedition to lie sent out bv the A» a<lemy
Secretary Foster has apj»ointe-l a »*om-
of Natural Sciences, Phila«lelphia, un his mission compose«! of ex Conuressman
pro|»oee<l exploration of Greenland.
Grosvenor of Ohio, I»r. Walter Kempster,
(»rant county’s population is over 700 a noted expert on insanity, ami R. l‘ow
greater than it was ten years ago, not- derly, broth«T of T. V. l‘ow«lerly, to
withatanding the fact that Baker ami pr«x»*e»l to Europe ami investigate the
(’rook counties have each taken a slice immigration pmblem.
i s territ««rv, an»! Harney county
Councilman R. < »er«l« s »lied Saturday
cicated f odi nearly two-thuds evening of kidney trouble, leaving a
of wl at
left. large family and a wide cirri»* of friend-.
Yet tliete is room for th«’U-an«!s more. He was a leading 1 ■ ral politician among
Peter Jackson whon seen by tlu* 1 ’em«-»‘rats, ami was ««m*of the brightest
reporters, sai»l: 1 have tried to avoi<l men whoever held position in «.ur lllll
interviews, hut on several occasions have 11!ri pal i t V.—/Wf/«/ /of // ’• Iro hi c.
Ti.e Nf-»ry that Krupp is arming, or had
agreed to arin the Fr»ncli navy, has ex-
»•itv«l as much feeling in l»<*ilin as in
Paris. \VI ile Krupp’s right to supply
wh»«in he pleases ai'h tlu* |»ro»hicta of hia
establishment is recogniz»*«!, it has been
piip|M>e»l in < ierinany t! at he would draw
th»* lint* at Ftaiu c, in view »<f the an-
tawoni-in between ti e two nations, and
the » t*rt;«int} cf w >r, no« nt*r or ¡at» r.
The fib* < f Lizzie Bond, of Anderson,
Ind., diowB that a woman is nut safe
even after she has steppe»» to one si*!»* ut
a railroad trai V an»! |H*imitR a train < f
car» to pass her
Miss Bond stepped oti
the track, but the suction of the train
that thundeie»i past her drew her dress
un«ler the rear car, where it caught upon
an iron bar, and she was dragged fifty
yards ur more and her brains »lashed out
upon the cross-ties.
Despite of ali tbe eilbrts of the govern
ment to stamp out the diseases, trich
inosis continues to exist in some parts of
Germany. Six j>ers »ns have recently
die»! of the malady in Meining an»! four
teen more are suffering from its attack
There seems little doubt that the |e>rk
which causes the disease hi Hiese in
stances was of domestic productions, but
the prevalence of the disease is made tlie
base of renewed condemnation of Ameri
advice to mothers .
Mrs Winslow s Soothing Syrup should
always be used for children teething.
soothes the child, softens tte gums, allays
all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrhcea
tlo! for fluttr Cr^k,
C««H Off INaTALLMC *»T» flOUGHT. SOLD. O«
• jlCMANaCO 400 WHÍÍL3IN ITOCI» ALLftSAOIS
AWOFAICtS, ANO ALL WAAAAMTtO MHO JO"
catalog A*• O CLUS DISCOUNTS
,2? W.sst.ùTO* S t
The silver dollar is legal t» n l«*r for
any amount, b ilf tbdiars to il:t* amount
of ten »l«.dlars, quarters and dime-* to the
same am unt, trail »limes ami three-nuit
pieces to the amount of five «t liars.
The trade »loll .r is n it legal tm ler.
forgotten myself and talkcl too much.
I shall I ave by the Jun<* «’earner for
Austral a to meet Goddaid, and until
after that time can make no engagement.
Goddard is a very stiong and fine boxer,
ami 1 kin g< ing Imine to meet him because
I think he is in it with ant body.
quantity <«f lumber. ID* in pr«,par«ti to fill all
order* with diapatch, ami at the inoat rraa<»lia
ble rate». A Hue «jualitv of
Hon. Bolomon Hirsch, Cnited Mates
Minister to Tuikey, has obtained leave
of absence to come home, and the coun’ry
is thereby re inded that we have a
Minister to Turkey and Holl. Solomon
Hirsch ie the man.
Two Kansas towns elected women
police judge«,Mrs. Mary Burton.furnierlv
an editor of Kansas, ami at pres -nt post
mistress at Jamestown, ami Jessie Me
Cormiek, of Burr Oik, Jew-1 county.
Both are prohibitionists,
The undersigned will leave Central Point
for Eagle Point, Brownrlniro. Lake cr-ek
and Big Butte every day in tlie week ex
cepting Munday, returning the same day,
and tarrying the mail«.a« Also passengers
and express matter. I will make connec
tion with tlie trains each way. My rates
I. F. W illiams
* N'jw , tl en,” «ai<! a j al!'Iman who
arrested a man on Micliigan avenue the
other 'lav. *’w ill youc me al >ng quietly ?”
“1 will,” rmlie»! the ¡>ris,ner. “It’»
tin* only way I ran make the public Be
lieve that I am taking you to the »•<»• ' 1er.”
Parents and »lifferent friend* « f Miss
C. F or l»*r, known as Sister Rose, who
went last year to nurse and te.u li tlie
at Molokai, S.mdwich islands,
have re»’eive«l letters from tier announc
ing her marriage, April 21st, with Dr.
Cfc’l Iaitz, phy.-ician in charge at the
ISLAND OF NAPOLEON.
Foxhall Keene »aid that the rumor that
In* paid $25,00 »for Tournament ijec .use
he mt»*n'led to race Kngland next y» ar is
incorrect. He will rat e ihe colt here an«!
afterward u-e him in tlie stud. Tourna
ment. he ad*led, is hi» s«4e property, and
lie will race under his own name
A nti -T iohth
A gitation .—Tbe
father is too busy a in.in to lake any anti-nuife craze baa gone togreat length«
interest in turf allairs or to t'other with in Minnesota, ami the legislature had
under consideration a bill to abolish any
p-rforniance in public except the “nether
Ft ur bull-fighters in tbr»e cf I lie
limb«” are propetly clothed. This has
principal Spanish » iti» s—Madrid, Aran-
fon ed ballet dancer« to wear “bloomer”
uez and Conlova—were killed Sunday,
and five seriously woun»!ed. One was costumes, and thus lessen the attraction
disabl»*d for lift? during tlie past week. to very many. ’Die law provides that
Tlie funerals yeHtenlay were made the low-neck dresses shad not be worn at
parties, and even “undre sed gloves ’
occasion of a holiday
There was great
shell not tie exposed in merchants’ win
|*omp and a large attendance ot officials,
dows. This is prudery gone mad, and if
journalists and comrades of the dead
the law had passed it would not increase
inodisty or chastity. Fashionable dra|>ery
Hebrew hankers of Berlin have given has so mutilated the syrnetry and beauty
notice to their agents and customers of the human form that future artists will
that Russian securities will no longer cling tn the old masters for the models.
be dealt in by them and that orders will An angel dressed in tlie gaih of to-day
not be fille»l. Similar action lias been would lie a grotesque and ludicrous b,3
taken at Vienna and Frankfort, and in iog, »nd the chisel of the sculptor, if it
London the movement is und* r consider had to follow the outline of a fashion: •
Russia is well supplied with bly-dn siied lady of the nineteenth cen
funds, and has given up the idea of con tury, would soon tire of its task. The
verting the loans winch it was propose»! cultivated tastes of all ages will regulate
to redeem with the Rothscnibh’ aid.
attire, and artists will seek symmetrical
forms for beauty and not silk dress
es or fashionable head gears. Statu
Backlen's Arnica Salve.
tory regulation cannot create beauty or
Th«* ÌM*st salvi* in th»* world for Cut. Brûl
modesty. Both come from careful train
8»*s, Sores, Ukvrs, Salt Rheum, Fev er Sores,
Tetters, Chap|M*<l Han«ls. Chilblains, Corns ing, and in some case« are inherent in
an»! all Skin Eruptions, an»l positiv« »•un the individual.
f««r Tib s, or no pay require»!. it is guaran-
t»*e<l to give p« rb >*t Miti-fa«*ti«»n or money
rofun»!e<l. Prie«* 25 cent l»*r I m » x . F««r s»d«
by all «Iruggists.
11 How to Cure All fi/tln Diatnaeo."
Simply apply “S waynes O intment .’’ N o
Hbakr« an»t shingle*.
.nreruar medicine required. Cures tetter,
»•er.ema, itch, iril enipthinn on th«* fac e, bunds.
A wup| ly <»f the best shakes anti shingles n«u»e. da*., h aving tne ^ktn clear, white and
h»»> just been rereiv» »! at the T imes uttce h^iltby. iti» great h«*aiing ami enrative pow-
which will bp sold .is 'i'.iantitips in suit at <*rj< ar»* poaR<*sr«l by no «>th« r remedy. Ask
our (Iruggiut lor S wayne ' s O intment .
When Baby was sick, we gave her Casteria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
WI m V j she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had < .'hi'dreu, she gave th»>n Castor!*»
■ uly—Prcst'.'U - U. I-
Pcrklua, Practical Joker.
Perkins, practical joker, is again in tbe
city. This time ho perpetrated a new ver
sion of an old joke upon his victim. Itwaa
FAMOUS SCENES AND MEMORIES OF evening, and Perkin«, with a fnend, was
walking on the IJowery. Suddenly they
THE CORSICA OF TODAY.
cam« upon a peanut merchant of the Ital
ian persuaeion. l*erkins was instantly tbe
Origin of Many Ideas of tbe Historic father of an idea
“I say, George,” he said to hi« friend,
Birthplace of the Emperor of France.
"ITI bet a cignx I can make that fellow «o
The Romantic Spot Described by a angry within three minutes that he won’t
know whether he’s afoot or on horseback.
And I won’t use any profanity or call him
Our ideas of Corsica are, I am afraid,
hard namea, either.”
biaaed by the dramatist and the novelist.
Ilia mischief loving friend accepted tbe
We think of it aa it is represented to ua in challenge, and Perkins approached the
tlie adventures of the brothers De Franchi, stand.
"Gimme a pint of peanuts,’’ be «aid to
or through the medium of Merimet-’s pict-
ureeque Colomba; therefore we associate tho merchant.
lie received and paid for them.
the wild Mediterranean island with ven
“These are stalo nuts," he exclaimed
deltas, savage passions and more savage
after munching one. "Here, take ’em
loves. I^ss terrifying, but not less pictur
back. Idou't want to be »windlod in any
esque, are the descriptions given by Al
such fashion as this."
phonse Baudot in the “Lettres de mon
"Fresba peanutta,” protested the Italian.
Moulin,” written after spending several
“Rosta him halts the hour."
weeks in the lighthouse of Mezzo Mare
"See here, sir, you are trying to swindle
with no other companion than the aged
me aud you know it, you miserable inter
custodian of the isolated building, and the
jection!" roared in Perkins, with well
seductive pictures of landscape and ver
dure of Guy de Maupassant in “Une Vie.”
The Italian looked at his tormentor in
But it is well known that both dramatist
dismay. He bad never had such an epithet
and novelist are gifted with a glorified vis
applied to him before, aud he was at a fees
ion which the ordinary tourist does not
bi know- bow to proceed. So he kept silent
possess, ami the la» k of which possiblj’ ac
and stared bard at Perkins.
counts for the divergence of impressions;
“Oh, you brazen old preposition, you
the former are more vivid and poetical, tbe
adverb, you participle, you conglomera
latter perhaps the more to be depended
tion of etymology, «yntax and prosody
No wonder you can’t talk when you are
It is not without regret that the travelre
brought face to face with such a crime as
of today has to relinquish certain precon
this. What do you mean anyway, you ex
ceived ideas, auil to renounce his faith in
traneous old adjective?”
the legendary C»»rsi<san vendetta.
scowled at the unhappy merchant so
blushes when be flmls the native smiling
fiercely that his eyes dropped under the
somewhat ironically at any allusions to
their liere<iitary and sanguinary family
“Yes, you know you are guilty, you
feuds, ami, if the, truth must be told in all
common noun, and 1 have a notiou to
its uuruniaiitic baldness, he finds that the
have you arrested.”
conflicts which most engross the inhabi
Gradually tbe Italian had liecorue angry,
tants are the establishment of a ‘‘battle of
so angry that he evidently did nut dare
flowers,” after the Nice ami Monte Carlo
trust himself tu talk, but at tbe sugges
st> le, \vbile their jealous emulation is cen
tion of ar res t and imprisonment be grew
tered on a pacific exhibition, where, besides
frighteueii. 11« offered to take back the
the rural ami agricultural products of the
peanuts and refund the money, but Per
Island, are to Is* seen specimens of rough
kins refused to give them up.
or manufacture»! warble, granite and
“No,” lie said savagely, “I will keep tbe
porphyry, old pieces of furniture, carved
peanutta and use it as evidence, you cow-
woods, curious gourds and richly chased
ering, cringing verb!" aud he walked
away chuckling to himself at tbe hugccm
GAME ASD FRUIT
And »till Per
The climate of Corsica is simply perfect, that had attended his joke
th«! soft air is laden with spicy, aromatic kins is at large - New York Herald.
o«lors, ami mad»! vivifying by the iodine
Ihuoni Wl.y Mau May Not Fly.
exhalnti»»ns of a rich marine flora; the long
Professor Hazen, of the signal office,
I stretch»« « f sandy beach are steei»e»l in
warm sutishin»*; the background of mount says there are iusurmonutable u^wtacfe« to
ains h.is th»* liiniin >us green tints of tbe perfecting a flying machine.
Greek hillsides. Existence iu those seagirt Hazen suites the main otietacles thus:
First—ft is impossible to use the food
latitudes sinks to a blissful indolence;
strife, bfisM’shexl, fiery passions ami wild which the bird uses to develop power by
revenge are absolutely incompatible with any contrivance which can ever be invented
this dreamy languor, ami the chief interest that will give one tithe of the effect that
of the lazy hours Iwcotnvs the recurrence of tbe bird gets. That is to say, while pos
meals The epicure revels in the varied sibly a spring or other application of force,
ami dainty fish, the most delicate ever by using up an enormous amount of en
c«>ok<*«l, pink like the rocks and blue like ergy in a very short time, might moment
arily imitate a bird, yet tbe motive power
I hr game G uo less exquisite, notably in such case would be rapidly used up.
Second—It is impossible, by the moat
1 i;c famous ('oi*sican blackbirds so highly
pros«-.I by (“a in ba« • r«*^, ami which are only delicate mechanism and must iierfect
wings, to equal the iierfectiou and adapta
st their I -*.'t during the short span be
? .vven the 1st and 3«)tfi of January, when bility of the bird in its own element.
Third—There is a limit of weight beyond
th»*} ire gorge«! with the luscious myrtle
lau ries, le.ne} browu in color, and retain which it is impossible for a bird to fly. It
ing th«- -light l»:ttern«*s.s mentioned by is probable that the ostrich had the power
Vir ;il, mingling wit h the delicious perfume of flight in ages gone by, but when ita en
«»f wihl flowers; tbe bnwcio, th»* national vironment became such that it did not
v!;i:«* cheese, of a .swe«*t, peculiar flavor; need its wings to «.scape from its enemies,
huge l«m«*s, prrservc'l in sugar, and a va or when it began to grow larger from any
riety of excellent wines constitute a bill of favoring circumstances, it used its wings
fare t»» satisfy th»* most fastidious gourmet. less and less, so that now it is entirely in
Th«* braml of Santa Luria of Tailane was capable of flight. It is probable that the
oi« h a favorite with Mine lzrtitia, mother condor, weighing fifty pounds, and with a
h <deoil I. that she would drink no spread of wings of fourteen feet, is very
th»*, aim*, an«l hid some sent to her in near the limit of weight. We may conclude
then that we can never equal a bird, and
hence that a self raising, self supporting
Till-: Mi-. AI'AllI r: t VMILV.
,;>miot fui v I»* struck by tbe fact and self propelling flying machine cannot
lie mUueuce, 1 might almost say tile possibly lie built to carry a man.—Indian
I tue Bonaparte family u> every
.rent in tlie “Green Island.” At
market place, the women
The Invention of Felted Cloth*.
. sy 1«
e -x.tt nt- of the First Con-
A h illustration of the intimacy of the
«•r ‘t, ..io he towers amid his most modern aud most ancient of civiliza
sul >n an<
i> • - ob of a Rumau eni¡x*ror. tions is found in the fact that it was left
ilei in the cathedral they for an American citizen to first succcMifully
' m li'.a I the
i tb it le id the water for his essay the mechanical fabrication of felted
i I. >:; »(• the lian! sofa cloths. Thomas Hobinson Williams, of
■ : »
•»It il nd the trap door South Kingston, R. I., invented the pro
r>:<.ram-in passage by cc8s of making felted cloths of commercial
ti lie i -cap
to the harlxir one night leugth, and patented it May 22, 1830. Since
. di.- over* I that he wa« tracked by that day f»Tt* have appeared in innumera
hie forms, as printed and embossed piano
iscif i a not the members of cloths, ladles’ skirts, floor coverings, often
lbeir portrait« are in w.th highly artistic designs; material for
w< rks in the libraries. roofs and protectors against weather,
i uiivl in the Bonaparte piano hammers, shoe linings, etc. It is dif
s mple epitaph. “Mater ficult to imagine any department of indus
’.ilbcr stands erect at the try in which wool, in its felted form, does
i * i i red gold laced coat,
not somewhere ¡»lay its part. Thus we
ills brotlie-s—Joseph in a have taken the simple discover}' of an
!. uis in a gray uniform. tiquity and mmle it among the chief in
..-.-tonic on a
I. uch u alistractedly strumentalities of civilization.—S. N. D.
.• earning iltnli r a tree
North in Popular Science Monthly.
By .1 11 a i< al aaut
«K t..e bust of the
Kin-.’ ■ < I! tne facea III m.-.-k of Napoleon
A” Many Children a» She I* Year* Old.
• I. t i, aud the contrast l<etwœn tlivsesilent
Mr A. M. Thomas, who lives just ahruss
w itn«-'.-< s <»f a distant p e t is painfully AC- the Georgia state line, in Gadsden county,
rented by the busy, cheerful hum of the Fla , is thirty five years old and is the
bright adjoining thoroughfare.
father of thirty two children, all of whom
IS Till t I TIEJ OF TIIK ISLAND.
are alive. Mr Thomas’ wife is three years
A* I 'i'.g as the traveler lingers in
younger than himself. Fifteen years, ago
citi«-s \j-i«».i ». the capital, Bastiu,
they were married.
Twenty months later
ciilcf seaport; Vizzavoue and Corte-
they found themselves the parents of four
I in« Is a vague resemblance with all Italian bright and beautiful children
l«HV I!- <, an«l a fiav< r of a comparatively most unvarying regularity ever since the
!l!»N|(*rU il nd ••»•iieral civilization, with near- family has l.-eii iucre.ased by the addition,
ly the •" line
< u-t«»rns an«! fonus of coin
sometimes of twins, sometimes of triplets,
nit-rec and lif»*, b'lt it is when he ¡»enetrates until the number has reached thirty two.
into lit«! heart of the country that he lie
Mr. Thomas and his wife are a thrifty,
conies Iriuntc«! by the memories of okl tra happy and contented couple, and their
ditions I he legends of tbe Ex .1 Eye, of the thirty and two little ones are as fine a set
devil and mi ( natural phantoms which of children as one may often see.—New
geetr. to hav«? hit their impressioD on the York Commercial Advertiser.
rugged, i!k»torted tree», the misshapen
rocks, the tortuous, rushing streams, and
Hunk* on tin» Bail way.
the somber mountain ilefilcs.
An engine driver on a Scotch railway has
The u estern coa»t, jagged, serrate»! anil noticed that hawk» of the merlin or
wild, is the nu^t pictures«ju«*, ami at the “«tone falcon” species fly clo.se behin»! the
«ame time far the healthiest. Every vil train, near the ground, partly hidden by
lage mid hamlet has a history ora link the smoke.
As the cars thunder along
with a «lead past; Bardelica, with itastatue through the fields and meadows «mall
of S.inipi»*n). Cidvi, tho ancient Genoese birds fly up in clouds, and while they are
city, Cargese, once a Greek colony and re bewildered an»! frightened the merlin
taining the bastanl dialect and religious dAshes among them out of the smoke and
rites of Greece, Aleria, »lestroyed by Scipio, easily secures its prey. Should it be un
rebuilt by Scylla ami recalling its Phocean successful it returns to the wake of tbe
train and awaits the starting of another
Every civilization has marked with its bevy. The engine driver affirms that the
this curious little island; its soil hawk has no difficulty in keeping up with
has been trodden successively by the Van the swiftest express train.— London Tit-
dals, the Byzautines, the Lombards, the Bits.
Saracens and tbe Genoese, and not the
Charging the Jury.
least singular characteristic of the small
“This is a small rase, gentlemen,’lsaid
nation is that it has gradually assimilated
its conquerors without losing tbe distinct Judge Wing to the jury Tuesday morning,
ive traits « f its race; not satisfied with in the case of the dogs an«! the cows. ‘“It
having given birth to Napoleon, it claims reminds me of the aise that was tried be
its its child Christopher Columbus.—Cor. fore a colored friend and brother years ago
It was his first case as trial justice, and he
New York Suu.
felt his dignity. He heard the law, and the
Obtaining Good Kimes.
evidence, an«l the arguments, and it came
“Jimpson is to be arrested far kissing time for him to charge the jury. At bis
apparent hesitation, one of the attorneys
Cora, although she was willing.”
nu»lge»l hint nn»l said, ‘Now charge the
"How can he be arrested, thenf”
“It was after dark, and «he thought it jury,’ and the judge arose an»l said, “Bred-
was Simpson. The charge is obtaining ren, dis am a small case, and I shan’t
goods under false pretenses.”—New York charge but a dollar an'a half.”*—Lewi.*
Two weeks ago a mad dog bit a steer of
a herd of i alii,- belonging to Vanderburg
brothers, living in the wes ern portion
of Xti'lnsoii county, Kansas. The steer
was soon after atfeete I with hydropho
bia, which spread to other animals in
the herd. There were three of the Van
derhu-g brothers, and each of them was
bitten hv one or th» other of the affected
Friday one of the brothers fee
came violently ill with hydrophobia, and
died last night in excruciating agony.
To d iv another brother died, and the
third was brought to this city and placed
in a hospital. Physicians say he can
onlv survive a day or two at the furthest.
Grant's Pass, Or
■ > >#»
SMALL FRUITS, ROSES
Apples, Peaches, Pears, *.Cherric6
Almonds, Plumbs, Nectarines,
So BUcceHtrful and delightful have been
the effect« of ° Moore’s Revealed
Remedy ” upon the delicate alimente
At Lowest Prices.
Remedy has been called “ Woman’«
THE RIVERSIDE KURS- RV
Is l«><*at« »l on»’ »»mi »me-hulf milt s h« l«>w
Gran!’«Pass, on R«.gin riv« i . < n Hi Dim < k
farm, and in Hi«- b«*st ami < l»an« fl ■»«•n ill
Bouth'*rn » )r»’s««n
In a few dopes «bows womankind ite
OUUI B J CONSUMPTION
CURES I Wasting I: Ì1E31S0S
Hundred« of le-tinicnials from ladie«
all over the Coast bear witness tot is
Sold by all I>ruggiete.
Wonderful Flesh Producer.
Notice of Publication
I. VM> »H- I »< E AT R o SEBI K»!. OH..!
J II 11«-M, |*,.«|. J
NIH h 1 l> IIEREBY GIVI.N Tll Al THE
t'tll«»wliii:.haiii«-<! wflh-r bus filt-d n«»1i< «- «>1
bis intention t<> niak< final proof in Mippoit
»>1 bis clnitn, mid finit sa;«i pr«M»1 will h«- initdv
fi» toi •- tin- J u «I k <* or < f/unty <'l< rk «•! J«< k-«»n
< «mnty. On Ron. ut .la« k.-««nv i ii. . Oregon, on
M«»n«lay. July 27.
hotiH-si«a«i «nfi» No. il V.I, toi tbe
\ W 4. >\\ *4 . î <|?4. SUof NW^o! NW'.Hn-t
>>to«»t .N’oot NW’i.ot NH’jot ^ee I il. :> -
R3W, U . M.
H»* naines tbe folloiving witnvss«*« to pr««v«*
lus <*<>nfiiiiiou.s r«*siden<*e unon and < uitiva-
tion ot said ¡and. VI/.: < . D. R« « <1. R S. Dun-
iap, H Albion an«l A. » arter, ail of Ja«-ksofj.
v.lle, J tu k.-on countv, < h« g«>n
J»»IIN H. SlirPF., R«-gist« r.
Notice for Publication
ibisxBFRG. O h .»
Jun« 4. DVl. f
»>TI< E IS HEREB1 GIVEN THAT THE
following-named m-tfler haw fil«*«i n«>tic<- of
if ml« nti«>n to inak«’ final pr<»of in -upport
<>t Ins « laiin. an«i tbat said proof wi.'l b<* mad«*
b«-1<»i’«- t In- jinige or elvrk of 1b« county court
ot Jackbun county. Or«-g<»n, at Jacksonville.
<h«-gon. on Friday July 24. I-Ml. viz: Rob« it
\< il>>«n. honn*Kt**ad «-ntry No. Pis»;, for ih» sE’^
14. >W‘4 of >El4. Mt . 4. NE*i Of N’W»4.
\W40t NE*4. wv. 9. twp>S,R. * W. W M
H«* naiin-sim* following witncMM1« to prove
n;- continuous in sidencc upon and culti vati »n
■ «I said land, viz: Mi rrili Bollinger, I’« t«*r
Elm* r, II« nry Bl«*<*h«*r. F. W Kimwl«^: all of
Ja<-k-< »nvill«’. Jackson c««imty. » »r«*g »n.
JOHN H. SHI PE.
Many have gained one pound Notice of Final Settlement
per day by its use.
hi Hu Count) Court of tlo- Stat»* <jf Oregon
Scott’s Emulsion is not n secret
for Hu < <»unl) of Jackson.
remedy. It contains tlic stimulat In th«* matrerot Hi«* esiat«* <»t Enus Rabc«H k,
of tho Hyp
.1. phos- | otice is hereby given that the
phites and pure Norwegian Co.l
Liver Oil. tlie poiency of Loth
being lai/dy iiK-rcis'd. Ito1 j I
by 1’11} . i 'iaus all over thv v a t-
PALATABLE AS MILX.
Solil bn nil
8CUTT i SO •’< NEf. Ohcr. I
.-tdininistrat«»r of the estate of Eriosliab-
< •« k, «I«-« « a-« «1, iia> lihd in the County C« utt
<>1 Jackson < oilnt>. Oreg<m, bis final acc ount
as-uc!> administrator, ami by « rdcrut said
» •Hirt. Tue»*day, July 7, Is'.»], nt the- hour 10
■ • <•!<>< k. a. hi ., a» set i.-r hearing. Allp« rsoiis
mt' i« i>t« d an In r« by notified to appear and
tile iiis or tier objections to said account un »«r
I»« tore -aid «lay.
Pub!i>h»%l b> order ol H»*n. J. R. Neil, Judge
<d *aid Court.
BEN J HAYMOND.
Administrator «•! said esUtt«-.
I »at rd J un»' 5, K»l.
FOR THE CURE OF
•DYSPEPSIA • JAUNDICE-
• CHI LLS & FEVER •
THE ONLY TRUE
AND ALL OTHER DISEASES
DISORDERED STATE ofthe STOMACH
Will FaHfy »I»* Bleat» r*«u!a’etha
Ll«w and Si4»»«« and IU«ioro th*
II.olia totod » i«o> of Touts I 'XS'epBia,
Want of A,.»*tita, In
Lack ot b'
and 1 ir«»dl
Fe* tn«a» »■'. - jc 1 red.It nee,
an t nerve« rec-i»»
n-*» f >rce Eal.vensthe ruled
n ! eupp! <•• Brain l ower.
SufTeriutf from complalut»
.nliar to tbeir eex w; .1 f nd
_________ ________ DR HAR1ER8 IROW
TONIC a S»;fe end «»p** ’.y < re «» wc ac'.ear. b»-el>
Ihyeomj le« un Freqwent atteir.pts at eoontei feiV
Ina only add to tbe popularity of the original
PO»otei|»r moot — get «he ORIGINAL sad tlKilT.
row SALE BY ALU
DRUGGISTS & GENERAL DEALERS.
YOU NEED BUT ASK
In th» Cin mt Court <•! tin- Stat«- of Oregon
t«»r tin*< «»urity of Jackson,
In th»* matt«*r <if th» assignim-nt of Win.
E«iwar»i-. Julia A. Edwards, R. Edwanis. J.
> E»lw;«rds ami W. T. L<lwar»l.-. paitturs
iitul« i th» firm nam«* of Edwards & ( «».. in-
-• •iv«-nt d«’bt«»rs,
«»ll»l. Is HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
Jun«- I. |s'.«L tin- ala»’ <’-iiMin«-d insolvent
d«-l»tors. h«*r«-totor<* doing busiD««sas Edw*ards
I *\ <'«>., in Ja<ks<»n count), »»rrgon. mad«* a
gcn« ral assignrn« nt to in«-, th«- umb-rs'gm-d.
A. H. Ma»*glj . for tin- la n« tit «»! all th«*ir cr«di-
tura. uii’l« i and b\ virtue ot th« actoftiie
l•■gl>iHtlv^ nss« tnbly ot th«* stat»- of Oreg«»! 1,
• ntithd “An a» t t«» s«-eur«* t«» « r«*dit«»rs a just
«1.v;- h >ii ul th« estat«-> of d« titors, who <-oii-
v« 5 t<> a —ign«*« s for the benefit o! cr«dit<»r>,“
I approved «>« fobcr 1\1W7M, ami th« atm ndm« tits
th< reto approved F«*t>ruary 24. Iss5. AU cre di
tors of sai'l ¡nso.viTit debtor ar»- her« t«j n«»ti-
11«*d to pt•••s«-iit tn»*ir claims.und«*r oath, t«» tn»-.
I Hie uii<i«-t*sign«*d assign«*« . at th«.* «»th«*«- ot W.
111. i*ark»r. att<»rn»-y-at-law. m Jacks«invitl«*,
IJaeksoti «< unt \. Oregon, wit Inn thr«-«- tn-mt ha
from th« ualc tin re«»f.
/Dr. HARTER’S LlTTLfi LIVIR ^ULSh
1 Cure Constit a’io* . Liver Comr ainl
■ Hea tache
I»o^» **cd I'ream H oq MB
Xmailed «n re.-eh t of two cent» tn poa’.ace.
Dr. HARTER MEDICINE CO., Et.Louifl.
. r» tv
To cure Biliou-nees, Sick Ht-aila- he, » • n~ti-
pation, Malaria, Liver Complain’.-, take
the safe and certain remedy,
ThvS B. HEADACHE AND LIVERC i HE fakt’N
aecortllriK to diref’tions wifi k» < p your Blood.
Liver and Kidneys in *rnod order.’
The 8. B. Cou<»n 4' uhe for f'oldf». Coughs
and Croup, in eoiHHytion with th«- Headache
Cure, is a> near perffetion usanj thiin known.
’¡’lie 8.CB. A i . ph » P ain ire forinternal and
external uh »*, in Neuralgia. Toothache.Cnunv
Colic an»! < holera Morbus is unsurpassed.
They are well lik«*»! whereVer known. Manu-
facture»! at Dufur, Oregon, b'or sale by all
F«e the N.M ALL Niae 401ittle Bean« tothe
botti«*) T he » Ah:; the M«»-r convenient .
SuitHltlo foa- ««11 A rch .
Price of vilher size. 25c. per licit tie.
D r . KENNEDY'S
A H. MAEGLY. A
l>at«-«l thisath «lay of J uih Jsyi
Administrator’s Sale of Real
In the County Court <»f th«* State- <«f
t»»r the ( ounty ot Ja* kson. sitting
transaction ot probate business.
In the matter <>f tlie cstat«- of Sainuei < enter.
TH I l> HEREBY giventhatby vir .
tu« «»fan ord«-r ami lic«*nse «>1 thcabnv«--
enfitled «-ourt. n the nbov<-entiCed matt« r. I
Stituiday, July it, ¡89!,
at tholiour «•! 2 »»’clock ol sai»l «lay. s«-!! at
put»!;«- auction to tin highest bidd« r h r cast»,
at th«* e«nirt-h«»use d«w»r in Ja< k- nvillc. in
Ja« k <n •• »unty . Oregon, th«’ following «1«—
scribed pr« inises, to-wit:
Th«- umiivid«*«] one-half i nt «rest in the
north«*ast «¡nart« r of ih« aoutin-ast quarter« f
s««!ioii thirty -five. .» township thirty-- x
<♦>'s<»uth. rang»-2 west of Willamette meridi
All b« longing to tlu- «-stat«- of Saniuci Cen
ter. d«x*eas«d. ami situated in Jackson county.
T. M. center .
\«irnini-trat..r of «-slat«’ ot sainu« 1 C« 1 ter.
Dat«*«ltbts Idihut June. I**.«!.
J.F.SMITM ACO.Mtokcr.of IdLEBKANS ST LOUIS vo.
In the Count j «..urt ot th«- Mate of orejron
lor lh> < oimt, of .lU( k. in.
Intlie matter of the . Mat. of John E. It.*.,
T<- Mary >t.u«l« j . Jenni«- B. K«*am«*a. A bar ilia
Davis. Lewih G. Ross, Adeline S lunitt, G«*«».
B Ross. lh»n*. D. Rosb. Mirinii- Cunningham
and J<>ti 11 E. Ross. Jr., and all oiin-rs iut«-r-
« st«ii in tin ,<aid «-stat«-. Greet ng:
IN THE NAME »H THESTATE »>F OREGON
I Y»»u ar«-h«-r«-b\ «*all«-d and r«-«|iur<*«i to up.
p«*ar in the (’«»unty Court of th*- Stat«- «»t Or«*-
toi th« ( ounty of Jackson, at th«-Court
A torpid liver derauges tbe nboleiyp
Room tiler«-«»!, at Ja< ks«»tivillc. in th«* County
tens, aud produces
of Jackson, «»il Tu«*sday, tii« 7th day «»f July,
Is'Jl. at Hi ««’dock in the foreD€M»n ot
that «lay, th«-n ami there to show cause.it
any. why an .»rd« r shouh! n«»t be made, by
tills «-«»urt.tor th«- admimstratrix ot said estate
to sell th«- premises named in her petition
herein til«-«l. t««-wit:
N u2«»f Donation Lami Claim No. «¡7 in Two
There is no better rernedy fort lies« ! 37 south, ot rang«- 2 W.
Sammon unease** t*i;*.Yi Tutt*« l.lvev
Also tin* !ta«lioiiai E
of N W L4 <>f s«*e. 23
Pllla. un u trial h Hl prove. Price, 25e«
in same tow nship and raiig«- being th«-unsold
portion ot Donation l^ind Claim No. 73, con
taining 41.'s acres.
A l-o t h. N 1... ,,t lots 1. 2. 3, 4. 5. and W U <»t
thc N \V >4 <«t see. 16 in twp 37 S. ot range
FOR TORPID LIVER.
is tin* only piisitive cure for DYSPEPSIA.
»•«»SsriPÄTION. LIVER and KIDNEY DIS
EASES, an«l is n*«*omni«*n<hs1 by physicians
wh« n oth«T incdicim*s tail. Thousands t«*st:tv
to its having savi-d their lives. T»» Moth» rs
Had Daughters it has proved a blessing
«1 bottle; 6 f«»r $•'». All D« ah is.
Dr. DAVID KEbNEDV CORPORATION, ftondout, N. F
Dyspepsia. Costivensss. Rheu
matism, Sallow Skin and Piles.
EVERY ONE SHOULD TRY
fPERRY S c CO? patent |j
PUPPP Cough». Cold«. Influ.nr». Bmnehltl».
LUllLO Hoars.net», Whooping Cough.Croup,
sore Thro»t, A»thms. aral m rv af! ' >n of tbe
Throat. Lxragx and Chest. >n>! ... v Crwsiimptlon.
Speedy aud pennant ut. Geuuiuc binned **X. Buttl.”
• n f E" A I TlJ^ ^hnnt Health can»
\^l/CLriLI 11 not be enioyed.
PERRY & CO., 8,2ew°’odr7‘?’
Po s ¡T¡VU
fives a clear, BOft«
nlliantw hite light
of M5 '- i ii- ¡touci?
Purer and brighter
than gaslight, softer
than electric light,
more cheerful than
either! That lamp is
Aheuniatiim, Neuralgia, Corm
t'NDERsiGNrn. having be <’ ome
«ole proprietor ot Dodge Brua.* well-drilling
bmdncRR. reap»*ctfully announc«*a that li<* it*
n«»w prepared to do all work in his lim* in a
flrMt-cl.iMH manti« r and at a reasonable rate.
I w’ill also take contra»*ts for prospecting
placer mine». Th«* capacity of tny machine tn
4Wfe<*t. I refer to th«’work I have previously
d«»n“ In different portion» <»t the valley.
• ■^•SaHsfa»’ti»»n guaranteed.
HEADACHE, And ALL PAIN.
The Califenlz Petitive >Bd Megxtive
ELECTRIC COUGH CUR1
Ct/SiS COLDt. CROUP. CORSUMPriOR.
Bold by all Drsgjiiti.
Each 35c, 50c & ti
Traaeina.r & Co . Prop's. Los Ansel.,. Osl
Cor. 3d and E Streets,
Containing 1Ï0 Koon:», well -iirul,li<-!.
---- THE BEST----
E DOLLAR PER DAY HOUSE
»ED PROPOSAL WILL BE RECEIVET
»ythc Board of Dir<*cton* »>f School Dis
IN THE STATE.
trict No. 4!» of Medford. Jackson county,
Oregon, until June 27. JWL at 12o’clock M .
for the er«*ction and completion of a n« w
r.ployod an»l no deviation in
school house In M»*<lford, in accordance with charges.
iilans and specifications to In* on til«- June 1st.
lodging 25 rents to5»» c« nts
i*.»l. at the store of J. A. Webb. M«-dford.
Oregon. Omtractors will !»«• r»*quired to give
ample bon<ls for th»* completion of contract,
subject to approval Ip flu* Board »g Directors.
Buildiqtr to be ot wo«sl on brick and st«’»ns
foun«lation. The <iir»*<*tors reserv»* th«- right
• to rcj»*»*t any and all bids. Dat< «l May 27,1x91
A full assortnn nt <•( blanks f«»r the nsr
Chairman Board of Directors
»»f justices «>( th«* |**a«*e ami constables ran
?:•? ,, _
Jrctric Ku«i>eii<*ori Rrk.” *•
always K* found at th«* T imes ««fib*«*; also
re»l««< «-d li.»- i»ri--- tr<»i
! I undertake to Ldeffy
<| h < m ! s . ni«»rtgng«*s, bills ««f sale, l«*ases. «I* J I I I I I I...
CM Fib' I » I
Nh ralltllT • h
iU'*<*hani«*’s li«*n*<. b«»n«lsaml «-very legal blank
T?. R. ar.it «iipfl’rmr t«> »«tn* rs L><-n ir
' <rk ir.du.iri
generally used in Oregon. Th**y ar«* printed fila sBIlIllT
«F «F MF ti< « t r»r-i I Lift- rhototnad iNtlfLr. a
- - -
mild at fron I to < *'• Fr< « •’?
bolt« f..r lM<>. ’’ H
'r. . ,
ail* r th«* latest and l»est forms, ami will I m « T»ar in «liOrovi n 1- «Hiic.v hrr~t .r the. Hvp.t «ill «!«*>fu¿tiítk forgltteTHHI
the »iti.toti >n <>r • ni|>b vmriit.at «' Li- h ; ..u > art r«n> that «m' uni. Address. California Ültvlrir Brlt< »»• !<»•'
ho I'I at Portland pri»*es. Tb«*s<* is n«> neces
N’.i nioi.r» 6., nir unl-„ ........... m.L
EaUlv an-l qufc-fcfr Han hr«nei.co'< al. orcali «I *OI Mark. im .. x ** h
I...» ,.r „ h r
sity for sending a wav f->r y«ur l«gal blanks. Unme-1 I i
«'i i i'.f.-.l wHh « t »| J..i n>*«it a larra
oumira r. '• h ■ un- n.«gi"-.- ■ ■ f:«U«Ml a «. «r ... »u It • M*. VV
and NOI. I II. I U|- ¡ „. >.i>,. Fit t'. K. Zddieaaa« .hu».
H«>\ 1’¿«F. A tignaru. Albine*
■ AfEnA1.*/.; a «. n?’j,lofr
N« W. AYER 4 9Q*Gour authurUed aaeDtf
And the best lamp
ever made, like Alad
din's of old. "a won
derful lamp''' A lamp
ft«is the best helner tn Health and the uutekest
i urc on Earth. Use it in time for all diseases«»!
the Ssitnach, 1 tver, Kidneys and Skin. It
cures Rheumatism. Malaria, Coaled Tongue
rik I Head.u he, relieves Constipation, Bilious
ness an»l Dyspepsia, drives all impurities <«nt of
the Blood ati'l «fries up okl Sores. Tt»e Business
men buv it. the \Vetkingtn«-n use
the I .»«lies
take it tin < hi’-lf n rrv for it and th» i kmets
»av it is their b'-s. health preserver.
Sold even white, fi.uo a botUe; six for $s °°
Well Drilling and Pros
MAX Ml LI.ER. (lerk.
Seeing is Believing.”
PERFECTION FOR THOSE WHO WRITE RAPIDLY.
imiHM-Mbl • i » make them Mi« k in tin’ pap« r -p
\V !?•• v rv Mnooth and « v< •
•ent FKEE « n receipt »jf ruturu poet i ■ i«.t- .
of th« N E 11 < t s«-c. |2 in twp 37
. rang«- 3 W.
Belonging to the estate ot John E. Roeg
Uitn«-ss. tin lb.n. Jatm s R.N« il. Judge of
thecounty cunt «»t tbr State ot < »r« gon. for
Uic eount\ot Ja<k*on. m ith th« -«al «.t said
afiix««l. tins 2»«th«iay of May. A. D.
Tin case involving the validity of the
will of Samuel .1. Tilden occupied tbe
time of the New Yotk conn of api>eals
last week. If one of the greatest law
yers and statesmen of his generation
could not draw up a will disposing of
vast possessions without leaving a loop
hole for a formidable contest, certainly
ordinary men, baying large property
interests to dispose of in this way, can
hardly hope to succeed in controlling the
same after death.
Four yok« <>f <>xon. in goo»! «»r«!«.*r am! well
brok«*n to work in a l«»gging camp. For fur-
tli-a partn ulars apph t«« H« ury Klippel at
Mcdivid, ol Jona& A. Lev at Asiiland.
i.ANI) OFFICE AT R»>bEHl l<(.. OlC..»
J lit«« <. I“»l
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
follow ing-HMin«*«! «n-ttler ha> tiled notice of
iiis intention to make final proof in support of
his claim, and that »said proof wifi be made be
fore the jiidg«* or clerk ol th«* county court of
Jackson county, Oregon, at Ja« ks<»nvillc, Ore
gon. on Tuesday. July 2*, Irttl, viz: John
Bi« tivenu«’. homestead entry N«». »>549. for th«-
>Wi4 of SE«4.>fcof NW«4« f
ami NW*4 ot NWG of NE*4 «>f S«.-e 31, Twp 3*7 S.
It 2 W. W. M
H«-nnmcK tli«* to|l«»wing witness«-.»« to prove
his continuous r«*s!*i«-nc<- upon and cultivation
»»I -aid land, viz; Frank L»>rain, IxHiitt Hu-
t»< rt. E. Ja«’obs ami T. J. K«-nn< y . allot Jaek-
sonvill«*, Ja< kson <-«»unty. < )r«*g«»n.
JOHN H. SHI’PE. It«*gisi<*r.
L and orrict
peculiar virtue« for their ailment«
Notice for Publication
s to and fr:m the Hotel.
Nexrepuper A lv. rtlring I’.un ui ,l2
Street», where adver
tising contract* may
bv xuaJ» for it in
And with it there is no smoke, no smell,
n - A'oAff’« c1 iniruy», no flickering, no sweating,
no climbing up of the flame, no “tantrums
nor annoyance of any kind, and it never
needs trimming. Its founts «oil reservoirs
beina tough rolled seamless brass, with cen
tral draft, it is absolutely tin break a ble,
and as tafe <it a tallow camiif.
Only five years ohl and < >r
fhete latnj^ in vt-r. It must be a GOOD lamp to
make such a tetbng success
Indeed it is.
for lamps may con.e and lamps ■ ay go. I t
the ‘ Rochester
shineo on forever!
make over 2.000 artistic varieties Hanging
and Table Lamps. Banquet, Stu !y. Vase and
I isno Lamps esery kind, 1:1 I ronre. Por
celain, Brass, Nickel and Bla< k Wrought Iren
Ask the lamp dealer for it. Look for the
trade-mark stamp ‘ T he R o « iif - tkk
hasn't the on« .i-» Rochester nr.d the style you
want, or if no lamp-store is near, send to us
for free illustrated catalogue «and reduced
price-list), and wc will bex and send you any
lamp safely by express, right to your doer
UOCIIEbTEIl UMP CO.,
4J Park Flare, New York.
AUnu.f refuriwa. and tole
¿.urjwt Lamy ¿¡tjrc tn the U . r..L
Farm for Sale
HE I NDERSIGN’ED Ol I ERs F»>K SALE
his farm «•’ O) aer«*s. I) ma * mi’«* south« ast
«.I I.11 k\¡1«. «»m « <»rn« r touching L* st riyef.
It )- a'l ri n««*«!. 125 a«-reb in cultivation,
a.-n-s in gr«»u ng allatta an«i 12 a« r» « nn»rr
-. . «l.xl th« 1« to. Tll«*l<* MU’ tWO g«MMi well«,
«•itlier «»n«-<»t whicli will furnish plenty of
uat< r l«»r a windmi I.
A <ht« li that tak«*H
uat«r fr«»m the big Klamath river ions
tlir<».igh th«-|»ia< <*. s«» that it « an tie irrigai««!.
A small «»uti.ir«! «»1 choir«* tr«*« s is also grow
ing <»n th«* ¡»la« «’. The soil is d«*« p. sandy
l«»am. and hmlilv pruductiv«*.
1 fit r«- Hr«* a
-mall >tw« lliii*i-h«.u‘-«’ and ««the» buildings in
g«HHl c<»n-Jiti««n r»n the farm. Tin* uh«»l«* will
or s» J * a 1« iis«»nal»h tigur«. < al <>n or ad-
J I DoUNHorl.i JollNMiN.
Children Cry for Pitcher’s bastona.