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GENERAL NOTES AND NEWS.
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East and South
A SCROFULOUS BOY.
southern pacific co .’S line .
The Salem cannery w ill put up 2,000,000
a cl rent al low u| 2.100 cans of fruit this year.
KunxiHg Sores < orrrrd /Us Hod y md
Hrad. Hon.* Affrtttd. t oreit h» C'M-
The TIM KM 11
«UeiarKcsl sajayeW b> suj newspaper
The people in Madras, India, sre threat
paltllsheil beiween Psrllasil and Red etied with famine, owing to the failure of
Bliitf.l'al. — a distance at 000 nkllea. It the crops.
thereforenlTers the best ludneements
The Woodhurn-fpriugfield branch is
I advertiser*. One llsl Is principally
( couHned to Jackson, Josephine and now being extended toward Jasper in
Bnslnes» men hot haste.
The next annual session of the Sup
1 sbiiuldI ake note ol I Ills
The Mt. Shasta Route.
When six in >nth* «»Id, the lett ini nd of our
lilt » gratul« hil»l 1» van to >well an«i had every
appearance «»f a larg»- boil. We p«>ulticc<l it.
but to no purpo*»' Alxmt tlv«* months after
it ti. « am»-a running *«»r«- S«>on other surra
t»»riu«*«!. H«- then had two of them on each
hand, and his t»l«HMl tM*rain<*
in«»r»- and mor« impure, if
took less time for them to
l»r< ak «mt. A s«>r« cam«* on
the chin. i»t*ncutli the under
hp, which was v«*ry ofTen-
dvt His hewd wm < m > c st did
E/ -« ui'. dim h tiging a great
deal. This was hiscondition
at twenty-two tn«mthso!«i.
when I undertook to cure
him, his mother havingdi* «1
when In* v.as little morethan
a year old, of <-«msumi»tt«>n
... '».«•» »• M. Alba»») ...
< »uld walk a little^
but could n<»t get up if he fell down, ana
c«ml«t not ni"\ • when tn bed. having n«> us«’ of
his ban«!* I tinnu’diately commenced with
tin-CulH’ura K»'tn»’«livs. using ail freely. One
sor«‘ a!t« i another healetl.a I hhiv matter form
TOURIST SLCHPIHC CARS.
ing in cm-h one of tin *«’ five d» « p «»nvsju*>t
For •ee'iiuiii sl«»"’" «' «evoii'1-c »«» passet», tx-fore healing, which w«»ui«i finally grow
loo- and wet«- tak»ri out; tion they would
ver» alla» < kh 1 to Eipri-s» Iraní».
heal rapt'ily. tMo-of these ugly bunr iorma-
ti»»n* I pr*”*erv«*d After faking a dozen anti a
H t. iT »tut'- »•»» «•*»<»■'•
bait l ottles »>«’ wa* <*o!nplctely cured, and ta
H f T H t. t \ l'll K 11. IX»».« ' OKI ALLl.f now at the ng«- ot six years, a strong and
health) * told.
M k *. F. s , dk K. i . s ,
May !♦, '<>. •»!-’ E. Clay St.. Bloomington, 111.
■AXIL TKXIXj» DULY k.X< KI’T SVNPAY.)
Portland Arrive .'» .¡D F.M.
i.:w A. M. !..
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vv i < i X... -
At AllMity «i-J »iirva.ii» conuvct witli train»
That new blo«>d purifier, internally to cl anse
ot Oregon P,untie Kwllroa't.
pill.v rxeHCSs THAIS' IC VCKCT SC V1» V V.)___
the blood o( all impurltie« and polaonoua rle-
inent-4 and tnm* remove the vmo» . and I'uti-
l.ei e n. Leave
Portland Arrive s :2R a . m vura. t le great skin cure, and < utieura ►<»ap.
7JR r. w., Arrive McMinnville Leuvi-, VUA.M an exquisite skm beautittvr, «-xtt rnally <t<>
clear the 'kin ariti . •«•alp.
- * —
------ the hair .
THROUCH T'.'KETS'•••Il V“1“1«'
cure every disease and humor of the -kin and
bl'H»d. from pimpk' * to scrofula.
For Ti< acts atnl lilorm it ion reRHntlna rut' »,
ms us etc .«II "tit‘lutp'in, • ag'tir »1 Mfltord.
Sold «*v«*ry wh-T' Pl’<ce. Cut 1 «‘lira.'«ile; >oHp.
Preoared i*y th»* Potter
L’-' m . K«s<-lv« ni. $1
Ast G. t. A P. As t.
Drug and ’ hcmu-iil <’ or|H>rntion. B«»atuii.
• K’>«*ii«! lor ”H<»w t o Cui» Blood Disease»*.”
mwreaaTraina Lrav«* Porflaml
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l'üö r. m . Lmve“’ M.
L«av« .’G am
1. C» A. M. Leav.
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7»>:l » a . M.lArrtvcSnnFram
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Above traina stop only at i E*at
Ntati«>n* north «*f Ro.-M-buig Sah*m,
in-cg n < ity. W.Hsiburn, ’
tangent. Sh»*dds, Hal*«’y. Hurrisburg, June-
Tiou <’«tv. Irving. Eugen«*.
R«»MII KG MAIL DAILY
H..rtl»ud ... - *' ' » li'.-.-l — or... ' «" •■ «
'■ JU » - « it «'>'1
AUIASY uh Al.. Iixll.x; V.u»U Si»nd»>
Eugene has sixteen teachers in her
reme Lodge of A. O I’. W. will lie held j
at H- lena, Mon'ana.
The flow of lava from Mount Vesuvius
tias increased. The lava has now reached |
the rear of the observatory.
*T1* fifty year* ago. dear John, jubt fifty yoan
twni like Twas i.uly yrwlerilay 1 beard yon
There’s no performance too low for tl.e i
tell tne »o;
I>o 1 remember sayin’ yes? Well. John, we're m in who cheats the |>oor rural editor.
II- would play baccarat with aChinaman.
And trimly now, and 1 ain't sure my rnem’ry is
If Russell Harrison ilosen’t bridle his I
And yet, I »'pore 1 must a said a thing or two tongue, irreverent people will begin to
c.ill his father "Old-man-afraid-oi his-
For you were rather sassy. John, a goin' homo son."
Del-gates from seventeen counties in
Just think’, ’tisfifty years, dear John, just fifty tl e state met and organized a state
Farmers’ Alliance at Portland, on the
Seuce you and me stood up afore ol«l I'areon
And *aid we’d bare each other, shore! fur bet
Tin- i u'pnt of cigarettes throughout the
ter or for wuss.
nation fur the month ■ f March, amounts
Did ever 1 get sick of it? Now, John, don't
to twice as much as that for March of a
make a fuss
Bout nothin’, for 1 ’low thur s tune» a bad year ago.
trade turns to good.
Salem’» tiou ing mills will turn out
When men’s wives nuss their patience aa Chris
something over 1000 barrels of flmr a
tian people should.
day a» st on as the present crop is ready
Ibew ups an»! downs, dear John, senoe for them.
fifty years «MP>
We jotn«»<l onr heart.* and hands, t he Ix»rd alone
F r-kei seem» to lie at the front again
cau fully know
in Ohio politics
If he onlv keeps there,
What you have been to me, John, or I have ' and bis nieutli is given a full opportunity,
been to you;
. McKinley may be defeated,
Fur He *eet*. though oft we’ve stumbled, that
our p»M>r old hearts aro true.
li is propns-d Io have the next annual
And that 1 " ill be thinking of you, John, as ' reunion of the pioneers held at Astoria,
you will be thinking of mu
, in cominomoration of the 10 »th annivers
D ADV’C^kin eu«i Snip purlfietl ari*l I»« au- When our fifty years below have long been ary of the discovery of the C> lunibia.
lost in eternity.
DADT 0 t’ticii by tVTUl KA >«»AI*. At»*O-
—Brown« Perri man »u Yankee Blade.
D V. S lteed, one uf the best known
' nujut MTmaam.
Southern Oregon arv hereby lufurmud that
nt a«!<iiti<>n to a lame and vlvgant iute ut
In «»n«* minute th»*« ( Th i ha A>T1-
P aim I’ i . a * tek relieve* rheumatic.
-« utile, hip, ki«ln»’\.elM-t and mu*cu-
' lar pain* and w«-aktit-uses. Price,25c.
ve added to u y M< * k the foil« u ing cla*bo!
goods, ut which 1 have a l ull line:
CAiias’ Tarnishing S ooìb .
HU It Knit and Muslin.
NEANTS’ #Aßi)ROBES CÚMPLETE
A* cheap aa to be bought any place, alau
Tl e brinio rdt sav that a mo'or line • service« of the government. The enip-
from S< da»ill" to connect with the south • erors ideas on this »nl'ject are at variance
with those of Russel Harrison.
ern Pacific rcaJ is an a-nure fact.
:>• UIOEH 1 1*3
Chilá tan's Shsrt Clothes,
Coder 4 year»old.
COK kì ETM
Consisting ot L »le and SUM
H'f havv rt'iiiovisl our Ntivsrru-s tu >1^*1-
tord. w hvrr we have aevureel N* w Grottltd, the
Mill of which i. a sandy loan,, enabling oa
without irrtiutt ..it to *rr,.w healthy, thrifty
with ah abitndance of fibrous lateral
ro,»» without heavy tap root», to be cut away
111 lilaglug. We,.tier
and many other tiling* too numer»»u* to men
tion. I have also secured the aervlevaot a
I arn n<»w prvpared tw exerute ali or
de*» in that line In fi rat-class nty le at r cium » na
An<l H a«»«»«! h **»» i tin«m «»t till tti»’ hadhqrvH
Cali an«i »re me opponile J. Nunan's «n Cali- rivtie*of fruit.*.
MIC’ ì . 1*. P. PK1M.
Trees as Low as any First-class Nurserv.
THE WOMEN OF OREGON
GIVE US A CALL.
Nurseries al east end of Bridge.
On ii Strike
They hav« thrown away the washboard.and
aay tnvy will uae nothing but the
Ledies* Choice Washer
4an jixetiir<-4 t>v IV A. (atwHlttian Jk Co.,
■th hisu’a Gohlen Ral«am No 1
S- r«arn the Legs an«! ik !y; sore Ears’
Ey*«, S'**, etc . Copper < |. r, ,| UnHche*.
< aUrrh. «Uwaaeii S-alp, and a'l
I ritnary fo”. » uf the d.wase kn-.**•« ui
Flirr, * -, l)(l p..r B«»<flr.
L« Klchau’s G >|(|rn II ii U hih N’o.'4
iiiAti-in, Pam-« hi the
Pain* in the
l!ri.»«i bai k » f th»» Neck, l '- erated Sorj
Throat, S*, ph ,.t c ita*h, Lump* and con
tra. ted < ur. * stiff
. ( the Luubs, an»i
t-r&iiuatia a!l «1 <$-• ■ fr«jin the system,
wheth< r i.Ti.M.1 I»-, ir;.l h . r ti n or abuse
f M -ury, ! ,mng th«» h!
hia'.thv. Frire» *5 CO per I’ottle.
.«• Iiltlinu’» Gohlen *»• anhh Anti«
«lot«* f r t •• ■ ur<- of <; ,u >-r , i
Irritati» n Clavel, an I a': f’riri $*-v <»r <»rn
t .1 di’ irrai deliri uts. A*rl«v$4 50 p«-r
(ùtili/?! Nptnlah In-
jerti<»n, f r » \vr. m r f G n rrh
P fÎ4«.,n. • » v «
!.«• Itichnu'a Gohlen Ontment
Hr tl»«» eff • tivc h .-i. t . ; ■ f >• ,
*- r «
ku«l tmi ••»■ him Frier)! top r Ihn
l.r ■tieh$«u*M Gohlen f’il -,
ard Bra n tn-atnirnt, I» «■$«»* p'r. i tl p.u
er. ex«.-»* or o\.-r-w’rk, I rostrati» pi ,
Frira b«*l ÜO per Box.
Tarit ai.«| .Nervine.
bent » ' er\ A here, C. (>. D., MOirc!y
(1 HL Kl< HARDS DRCG CO.. AGENTS.
5«feand 51i Mai kt t >tr»*< t,
San F raiicim.-!». Cal.
— Cirri la s st nt trw----
and mo«t popular educators in the state
has Is-en chosen principal and su)>erin-
( tendent of the Eugene public schools.
Wa'en eani> *
Senator J. N. D. iph . with his wife,
11 e insurance to piotett *•*■« CD dilute.
d'Ugii'er mid thro« youngest sons have
Ttie !■ u- great Pacific road« earn one- arii’."''
Portland from Washington
eiulit • f all tl e cross railroad earning in 1 citv. The s, iiJ,'‘r Las been ali«ent two
It - country.
Salem, say« tl e
Emperor William ha’ given o-ders that
'id mo t- tn the list year than any town no persons shall ri le t ee on railroads
uf its size in Oregon.
unless they ure actually engaged in the
«fneen Victoria, having completed her
seventy-second vear, has exceeded in i
age a l < tlier Engli«h sovereigns except
two—11 and 11!.
Twenty-seven head of bogs alllicted .
with a lontagiou« disease were killed
and bun d by Stock-In»|» ctor Wynne
at Pendelton recently.
A Fngene firm adverti-e» 21 p' uudsof 1
-near I :■ Fl MM1 1' I oUlid* , f rcefl. '
Evidently a bait. aS pres, nt prices do ’
nt>- jii'-itiy such bargains.
Tin' L ui in Pacific tailruad lias agithu '
Owing to the rush of business at the
Salem cannery, thirty hands have been
added to the force, in order to run part
of the machinery all night. The fruits
and vegetables to lie canned are coming
in lively now and the cannery is kept
busy in caring for them
Patti demands higher terms than ever
to go to America with Abby next w inter.
She wants $5,000 each night to sing in
A» M ascus Myer is also trying to
engage her for a concert tour Abby w ill
probably have to pay the imperious Diva
I.er price if he wants her.
t »»hip t'.e i(oduct« of Washington to
will send its national hand
the world's fair free
By tl is tt e Hta
i ’e • m.be World-» Fa;.'. This hand is the
will save $20,1'00 on freiglit.
third 1-rgest in the world, i..
being first, and the Mexican natio..."
A few sheep pelts that have been mar-
kvted in lb meville this spring sold at 8 hand second. It is noted for its tine
cell’s I»“ p >und. D.y l»eef hides are music, and will take to Chicago its full
complement of 200 in«tiumentn.
only w. rtiiil cents |ier pound.
Die habit of young girls carrying
The centennial uf the discovery of the
t'o tiiubia river will l»e celebrated at As school books under their arms, or in bags
•oria May 12th, lS’i-J
A society tiar or portfolious. hung from their amis, is
ee<l organized tlieie for that purpose «t*id to distort ttie figure. German doc
tors are exhorting parents to provide
About $200.1X10 worth of stage wardrobe voung girls between the age of 11 ami
of ttie late Emma Ablnitt into lie sold by 14 with knapsacks for carrying school
h r sister in t'tiicago. It in Acollec'ion of book».
tare and ar ed i n-tom« of great ele.-ance.
The public is now suffering from the
They rained some 1101 ac es <f p •»» usual amount of fighting talk consequent
this seas« 11 near Silveitun for the bi* •o the discussion with fists tietween
Salem canr ery. With a motor line to Slavin and Kilian and precedent to »
bring tm m in, they would raise seueral prop sod mill be'ween the victor and the
great and onlv John L. The fighting of
\ number of voting l.idie« have or- them- fellows is had enough, but tlieir
inized a liras» band at K seburg, and music is a great deal worse.
e supp se they will rveniu illv Ir
Corn raising in the Willamette vallev
an und serenading th-1 li .»t
looking is growing in favor. It hai „ generally
nng men < f that town.
been b-lieved that the nights were to
(' I’ Hu it.i'gton ha- placed an order cold to raise corn successfullj- in this
for HOOOt ns. f steel rail«, at Scranton, vicinity, but this impression is being
for summer delive y at $tiO per ton
He ■ li-pe’led bv pr.ictical demonstrations.
says it is abargiin. He extacts to see The earlv varieties will mature and do
rai s $5 a ton Ingle r Is fore tl >■ • ml "f the well in this valley and the acreage of
corn is increasing every year.
The Nebraska judge who has deed'd
that a mairaite through v lid under Mi -
nouri» law, cea»es tol«- vaild when tie
parties to it move back into Nebraska
shonl'l get off the bench as quickly as
lo sible. He is a Dogberry.
For the ti»st time since the fir-t cask
was brewed, lieer served an useful pur
pose in a ' iernisn city yesterday. Water
giving out iiuring a d t g.-rou« tiie. the
fluid from the vats if an adjoining
brewery was usel to extinguish the
SOLDIERING IN BATT!
The Dutch Cabinet has resigned.
Lift your ha‘ teverently when you
meet the teacher of the primary school.
She is the good angel cf the public. She
takes the little ban-ling fresh from the
home nest, and full of his poutes and his
passions, an ungovernable lit-le wretch,
wh'-se ow n mother honestly a linits she
sends him to school to get rid of hiui.
COLD NERVE AND WASHERS.
Notice for Publication
How a Young Clerk at Cheyenne Stopped
HUNGRY PRIVATES SUPPORT THEM
SELVES BY BEGGING.
Q wsfv Way the ItayUaa Aulhorltle» Have
°« Taking Care or Their Convict» and
Warrior»-—They Travel In l-alr» and
Beg In the Street» liay l-y l»»y.
Philip McDowell is an old and well
known New Yorker. He was a volun
teer fireman once, and all old New York
ers know what that means.
years Mr. McDowell has traveled extou
He visited Hayti.
day or two ago a reporter asked him
what was the most striking thing he
saw in the black republic.
“I saw many strange things in Hayti,
but the strangest of all was the way the
soldiers and j>risoners are transformed
Into beggars and are forced to live on
charity. When a prisoner is sentenced
to do time there he doesn't have a uni
form, lie learns no trade and he doesn’t
get anything to eat from the govern
ment. He is allowed to beg, though,
for money and gmb, and if he won't beg
—well, he can starve.
“This begging is a funny kind of busi
ness. Take the prison at Jacmel, for in
stance. Well, every morning they fire
the prisoners out to pick up whatever
they can get, kt.d each fellow has a sol
dier along with him to see that he
doesn't run away. The two beg together
all day and whack np in the evening.
Then the soldier brings back his prisoner
to jail and g'>es np to the fort to show
that he has his musket all right, and
hasn’t sold it for drinks or a square meal
during the day.”
SOLDIERS GET NO FAY.
“But don’t the Havtian soldiers get
••No, they don’t. Any money there is
in the army goes to the generals, and of
them there are enough to command the
combined armies of Europi aud America.
Once in a long while the Haytian soldier
gets a dollar, which is worth about
seventy cents in our money, but he and
the prisoners live by begging. They go in
twos from house to house and from store
to store. Sometime* they have a good
•lav and make a dollar aud sometimes
they don't ff!akc fifty cents, but what
ever it is they must live on it
“The soldier himself is a scarecrow.
Hu has never been drilled, has no uni
form to speak of, and if he hadn’t a
musket to carry around with him you
couldn't tell him from the prisoner he is
taking care of. You recollect the old
Ixing Toms we had in onr army before
the war? Well, that’s the kind the Hay-
tiau soldiers carry. They are all old
cap aud liall eerncerns, as like as not to
go off at the wrong ead.
“Take a soldier, a sailor or a hmiuau
with us, and they all have a pride in
keeping all their tools neat and clean i
but military pride isn't in the game that
the Haytian soldier plays. When he
gets homo after a day's begging he
pitches his old musk- t into a corner just
as a laborer ui the street cleaning depart,
ment gets rid of hts shovel. It may be
—«««v and h"neycom'ieii: but as long as
" - »ti will! it al the fort and
he cansho» .
n baan F
satisfies the goverunx^.
gone to the junk shop he's happy.
death of no accovnt .
“Tlio soldiers and the prisoners must
be pretty good chums?"
“Well, that's very much an you take
it. It's a common sight to see the guard
and the prisoner reeling home together
if they've made out well.
“I suppose you’d imagine that prison
ers would often get away with these
kind of guardians, but they don't. When
ever the soldier takes it into bis head
that the prisoner is going to escape he
just shoots him dead, and that's all there
is to it. No Coroner cornea around and
pint mortems aro unknown.
was walking one day with a friend on
one of the chief streets of JacnieV
“Right in front of us was a'drunken
soldier and a drunken prisoner. ‘Now,’
said my friend, ‘you watch that fellow
and see if he doesn't take it into his
head that his prisoner is going to escape,
and if he does he will shoot him.’ Sure
enough, a miuute or two after the
drunken prisoner staggered into the mid
dle of the street, and the equally drunken
•soldier ups with his Long Tom and
shoots him dead.
“Things are not quite as bail at Port
au-Prince as they are at Jacmel and the
smaller towns on the nslaud, lint the dif
ference is not worth talking of. Hayti
collects plenty "f money in duties, but it
is all grabbed by a few men, while the
mass of the people are left to get on as
best they can. and are forced to support
out of their po.-ket.« as objects of charity
soldiers and convicts. " New York Re
a ltun on the Bank.
"We’ve got a bank clerk up in our
neck o’ woods who some day will give
Jay Gould cards and spades in the game
of financiering and lieat him to a stand
still,” says Morta Curren. “He’s only
nineteen yearn old but is a hummer.
Two or three imei-hs ago. while the
president of the irauk was away, the
cashier was taken sick and in a few
hours was in a delirious state. The
young Napoleon was left in full charge
of the bank. Some evil disposed person
started the story one afternoon that the
institution was in a bad way, and inti
matesi tliat the president hadskijiped the
country and that the cashier’s illness was
only a ‘bluff.1 Before night it w as evident
there would lie a run oil the institution
the next morning.
The young clerk
knew there was scarcely money enough
to last an hour. lie had no one to ad
vise him, but he acted promptly.
“He called on the leading hardware
merchant and held a brief conference.
Then this young Na[s>)eon went home,
where he found a committee from the
dejiositurs awaiting him. 11« did not
wait for them to speak, but made this
liluff: *1 refusi» to diacnss business with
you. Theie will be $.50,000 in gold here
in the morning, and there is a like
amount in the safe. Y’on may draw out
every dollar you have <lei»osit<'d, ami
we'll lie glad to get rid of your small ac
counts.' Then lie turned on bis heel
and lift the committee, Bright and
early tln r- .-¡•- mbled at the bank the
“Just latore time for oiauiiig the
doors an < xpress wagon was driven up.
in which .vi re seat»-d two heavily armed
men, on" of them the watchman of the
bank. A pathway through the crowd
was made, and the watchman began
carrying into the bank canvas bags con
taining gold c«»in, ss indicated by the
prominent marks. Some of the bags
were marked -$5,000,' and one or two
■$10.000.' Th*- j»-' pie saw these bags,
heard the chink of the metal, and be
lieving the bank was •'<) K." were about
to move HW-;v
tin» la.-t !>ag of ‘gold’ was
handed itilo the di •r th«: young finrni-
cierthnw th« bunk o|.«r!i. Thu crowd
did not make any effort to reach the
paying teil» r » window. -Come on, now,
every . ne of wu.’ shouted the clerk. No
one respomling he made another bluff.
•You inn«t come au l get your money.
We don't want your d----- d accounts
any mon . Here, Jim Bartley, take this
and sign till» n-eeipt iu full. Here, Bill
Wyman, come and get your dust.' He
insisted on their taking the money. Just
a' this juncture th»-committee came in
and l ' g.-» d th».- clerk to 'stop, for Gcsl’s
sake.' They almost got down ou their
knees to ask the l ank to k'»p their
In« y»;:ig 'N.q»'hon' finally
coii.-ented, but ilec-lared if there was ever
•any more non-en-e lie would throw
every depositor » money into the street.'
"The crowd departed happy, and con
fident that the bank was one of the
strong»-;.* ;n.«tituti"i.s < f its kind in
Ament a. Their i-oufiilem '. might have
been shaken had they known tlic cauta*
bags marked -5,oo0 gold,'etc., and be
dani sd with red sealing wax, contained
iu. tiling luoxe u. « l' »s pian iron washers,
•”« touhjj i irtk bad purchased
"**n. who iiad otber-
from the hardware .
wise assisted in the deception, he o.. w
convincisi of the » .umlm-ss of the bank.
The two men the young Napoleon in
sistisi on paying tn full the bank had
long wished to get nd of."-Cheyenne
t roner for the l.awyrrc
John Doe owns a farm oti the bank of
the Niagara liver. He has a tine pasture
along the river, and he makes an honest
penny now and then pasturing cows for
his neighbors. Richard Roe ha« also a
license from him to hit h his rowlioat
on the bank, with incidental right of in
gress and egress through the pa«tnre.
About a week ago Rica u d lost Ins ehaiu
and improvised a r"peof h iv with which
to moor his boat.
Now Ebein zer Di k ~ covv. pastured in
the lot afores ud. is fond of liay, and
smelling the fragrance of the extempore
rope she wailed iuto the river, chuitied
into the Ixsit. chew id up t ho rope, and
floated down tin- stream over the falls,
whwe she met an untimely death. The
boat was also pnlverizetl ell route to
Haa Elx nezi r Dick any right of action
for the loss of his cow? If he has, of
whom can be recover? Has Ri< hard Roe
any remedy for the loss of his boat, and
if so against whom?—Buffalo Courier.
Grant’s Pats. Ox..
K. M. t*I5ir*t*OK,
A Larue. Non-
< gut« d Stock of
A FEW DOSES
SMALL FRUITS, ROSES
M oore ’S R evealed
R emedy .
Apples, Peaches. Pears, Xherries
Almonds, Plumbs, Nectarines,
Will bnice you up, put the bloom
your cheek and the sparkle
votif evc-Strii-tly noii-aeobol-
ic, its effect tipett | ersotis suffer
At Lowest Prices.
lug from liquor habit is wonder
THE RIVERSIDE NURSI RY
Is loiuted on«- and <»n«-im!f mil«-* b«low
Grant'* P hkw , on lb»gu<’ riv« i . < ti tin IHmh k
farm, ami in tin- b<>t and ch him >t *<>il in
Hout hern < >r«-g< hi
W.M Ito-hN, of Portland, Orc., writ*-« ;
“ ooke ’ s B eveai . sd R emedy cured me of
drunken nest* and made a new man of me. All
who arecurscil with the liquor habit should
take it ”
A. It. C ase , of outerey. Cal., writes:
“It I lllirely ibutroyisl my taste tor
CURES I Wasting Sii ¿eases
all driii gist«*, or
, Seattle, Hash.
Wonderful Flesh Producer.
Many have gained ouo pound
per day by its use.
Scott s Emulsion is not a nceret
remedy. It contains the stimulat
ing properties of the Hypophos
phites ami pure Norwegian Cod
Liver Oil, the potency of Loth
being largely increased. It is used
by Physicians all over the world.
PALATABLE AS MILK.
ROOTS fik HERBS.
FOR THE CURE OF
THE ONLY TRUE
ARISING FROM A
DISORDERED STATE of the STOMACH
DRUGGISTS & GENERAL DEALERS.
Will Farifir O>» Blo*«ii rscn'a’atha
Ll»«r aud ■)««••»» and Xsstora tha
Hsaltk aad Xlfbrnf Yoatto I >y»|»ar>eia>
Tiani cf Appaut«, Indlaaatioiu
Lark of b<renff«h and lirad
Fae.ingabe .l'Halycurad B nua,
rr.na< >e« at-«i narvea rac«i*a
n»-w forca F'.nli*«*n» the mi q 4
_anvi’b»a bra'.n Power.
bufferios from cotcp amta
pac’i ;ar «o tholr a»-i w
LJ I KLO in DR HARTm IFON
TON IC a aaf* and apee-ty e r* G! v « m aclaar. b»aL
thy aomplex on F raquent a’tenipta at countarfeig
lnc only »dd to tha popnlarity of tha ortainal
ej tut eii-arlmant-get tha ORIGIM a L and SKBT.
YOU NEED BUT ASK
ZQr. HÄUTER » MVTljS l 1VER PILLSK
■ Cure ( onatlpat ion. Li*er Ootup aint and h.< ll
and l?ream B<»vk ■
- Nmuiiro nn __
two ceuta in p<«ta«a. c» r
Or. HART ER WlEOICIHt uw-, --J-0-1» »S.
' h ◄
IPrlce of eliiie, .1.. , g--
KISSING ’ 7 ,7 70 ---
J. F. SMITH A-CO. v»..
ST lOUiS M0-
EVERY ONE SHOULD TRY
TO THE SPORTSMAN.
S. S. SMITH. Prop’'
PERRY & CO.,
00 YOU WANT TO SAVE
AKIN, SELLINO & CO. S
C. B. FITZGERALD,
L am » O ffice
K<» seh <' i < g , or .♦
June 4.1*’.«1, f
given that the
named settler ha* tih-d notice of
N ins following
intention to make final proof In support
of Ins einini. and tfitti waid proof will l»e mad»*
before tin- ju«ige or clerk «»f "th«- county court
ot Jackson county. Or«*gon. at Jacksonville,
or» gon, on Fridav July 24. IH»1, viz; K<«l»»*il_
V' ilson. h«»m»-st< a«j «*ntry No.
for Un- "F'Aj"
of *W«4. SU’4 of SE‘4. •»• < 4. NE»4 <»t NW'.4,
NW>4«»! NJ '4. si-v. «.». tup > >.K. 2 W, W M.
He nam<T(ttic following witnesses
iiis conf itiuous r< Hidi-nc«* u|M>n und culm hi ion
x»f said land, viz: Merritt B«*lling»-r, P«<»-r
Elm r, Henry BI»* c I k r. F W. Knowh s; all of
J ack son vi 11«*. Jd'k'uu county, < >reg m
JOHN H MH PE.
County Treasurer's Third
<H‘FI<'E<»F T k EASVIIEH OF JA«k*<».\ <’«».,>
J a « KsoM II.I.E. < IK.. Jun« 19, 1*91. (
in it E l> HEREliV (ÌIVEN I HAT THERE
ar« fund* iii th«* County Treasury forth«-
r«-d«’tnptP- h of County Warrant« prototipi
up to i h-toi»<*r V,
N umlw-r.......... .... 7'«4 NumiM.-r
the same will c.-asc atlir Utt
<¡. E BIX him EK.
In th« Circuit Court «>f ih«- State ot Oregon
for th«-t ounty of Jackson.
In Hi* inatt«*r of th«- MRsimun-nt <4 Wiu.
E<iwnt-Us, Ju.ia A. Edward»*. R. Edward*, J.
>. Edward* and W. T. FMwardw, partner^
iinch-i th« -tirili nntne <»1 Edward* .k Co., ìn-
OÌK’E is hekeby given that ON
Junc 1. 1*91. tb< alto* <-nam«-d insoivt-nt
<i«-i»for*r h«-r<-tof«»re doing bu*in«-M*as Edwardt*
a Co. in Ja<k*on county, Oregon, mad«- a
g» tu rai ii^mniiKTii i«» mi-, fin undei>’gn«*d.
A. H Macgly, lor tli«* benefit of ali th«*ir credi-
tor>. under and bv virtù«- ot thè ac» of tilt*
IcgL-'ativ«- asrrinbly of thè stati* o! Oregon.
• -ntitie<ì **An act to svvure t<» ereditors « just
«lIviMon uf th<• «-state.* of dvblors. ubo coli
vi y tu n-Mgn«-«** for thè benefit of « r«-difoi*.
Hppr«iv**d Uctober ls i^T*. and th* aiD- nilin« nts
Ih» r« t<» api r iv«-«l February 24.1 *>.'». All credi-
t«»rs of -ni«] insolvenl d«*btor are hert by noti
ti «-«1 t«» prcsent fin ir « lami*, under «mth. to ui«,
tI h - iin<l«-rs;gn«-d assigne«-. at th«- oflice <•! VV.
H. I'ark« r. attorn«-y.at-iaw. in Jacksonville.
Ja< k*«»n < <»unty, Or» goti, w itilin :tu»-«- m««utha
troni III« date thereof.
A H MAEGl.f. As^igMce.
Dated tiu>.»lìi dav <»t Junc J*!»i
Administrator’s Sale of Real
Iti tli« C.Hinty Court ot the Sfate «H ttregon.
for the ( ountv «»t JacfcRon. sitting for tht
tninsMction of probate businesR.
Iu the niattt I ot the estnfeot Saiiiu<-I Center.
otice ishekeb V giventhatbv vik -
ui. urde, iirjtJ !!••• n*M ot tto- aboi «<-
« l|’ .tjcd< iHt. nth« ab* a . -» nut’« >1 mau« i i
SatUlrtdf/, July //, 5.7/,
at tli<-Ilnur ot 2 "'cl'ti k "t said daj. »<■!! st
pui'l-.r aiieii'in to tn«-highoi Iti'i'li r tor cm-li.
at the court-house door in .1». X«o!tvL|c. In
Jackson county, OnR..u, the followtng 'de
rt B mn I prciiii9«t*. to-wit:
Th«- undivided otir-haif int«Te*t in tht»
n««rtlica>t <puu*ter of ili«* *«tuUi<-a*t «juarterot
-'ition fhitt\ -live. .ó- township tbii*fy.*l>
i». 'uiith. ranir« 2 west of WiiUinetu* mvridi.
an— timlMT land.
Ail l»vion»rinK to the ««tate ot Sanili«-! (’(li
ter. d«*<*cased, and situated in Jai k*« ucounty
T. M. CENTER.
Adimni>traf«»r «>i estate of Satinivi Center
Dat«*d this Kith of June,
Seeing is Believing.’’
And the best lamp
ever made, luce Alad
din a of old. • a won
derful lamp!’’ A lamp
ex plo»l a c and mi»
give« a clear, aoft,
brilliant w hlte light
of S5 tl’.rfc' ltouwf
Purer and brighter
than gaslight, softer
than electric heht,
more cheerful tn an
either! That lamp is
And with it there is no smoke, no smell.
♦i > hr<ikf’> rhimn^i/a, 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
being toug’» rolled seamless brass, with cen
tral draft it is abaolutely uubreakaHe,
and as >/»/< at a fallow caiulU.
Only five years old and < »er firn
.a np, i
It must be a GOOD lamp to
make such a telhng success
Indeed it is
for lamps may come and lamp« may go, but
the “Rochester shines on forever! ’ We
make over a uoo artistic vn¡eties.-Hanging
• nd Table Lamps. Banquet Study, Vaie and
Piano Lamps rs cry kind, in Bronre Por.
cclain. Brass, Nickelnnd Black Wrought Iron
Ask the lamp dealer for it. Look for the
trade mark atamp • T hs R o « RUTtn.’' If he
hasn't the c*/(Gi- / Rochester and the style you
want, oi if no lamp-store is near, send to us
for free illustrated catalogue and reduced
once-hap, and we will boa and send you any
lamp safely by express, right to your door
UOCHEhTER LAMP CO.,
43 Farit Place, New York.
v*era. and ^,\9 O?-n^-a nPatrn’t.
Lamy gt^rc <n tk< W&rtt.
Jackson County Normal
THE F;!L>1 ANNt’AL SESSION OF THE
I J h < k-sonvill« ( ui.n Norm .I institutc will
b«' h. -I in th« Jncoouvilie s<-huoi house,
ll t .In. xihiii, .Inly ‘¿U, 1SU1,
ill continue t wo w «•« k*.
Ill Kolar claw ..,1k will I... .Ion,, umlk-r the
management of m I»I u instructor* in the
bram h<* taught in < ur m bools a < la*.* will
" ......... "ixaiii/'sl lorthe I'Uipkan. of Inatrue.
tion in Psychology
lh. olijia-i..>i the X'.rnial Instltut.. ar,. to
review the Miiijk. ta tHn>r>it in the < otutnon
«'Ti""ls an,I t., diaeusa the l..-t nirthods of
i nwent nirthem t„ |,iq.,|K T|„. |n«t|lul.. tB
not >,, ,| 1,,r teacher« i.iil,». tint also t,,r thoae
« h<i Ititetnl t<> ti-aeh. The» are earnestly ,,
qniwti.l to alt. nd. ns much |.ra<tieni work
w ill I»«-«ion«-during the s«-Mdun*.
A .las. ot twenty ti;,. I'upl.s Ot tllt.
■la k-.n» Iile M-h'Hil W'il I m - In a.t'n.la^, .
I." tie l'»ii|"
of illiistrntinir work In
i rancti« s that
Iherefore hung all ><«ur text
tHM.k* ami try to t»< vrcsi-nt at th«- 1»< ginning
ol the Institute.
Fur further information addr«*M.
< oun»> Supl. of Nciiuoia.
Jack.«>nvilie June Ji. !H»1.
him ! h
Well Drilling and Pros I I
Valuable Property for «ale.
Free Bubts to ani from the Hotel
<>E THE MOST bESIKAlll.E FARMING
and »i..< k raiK'tnv in «..utb. rn Oregon con-
lalliing M» r.n, I Hb.l <ni th. r.tmiin H'«l
Blank't prairie -In.rt distance from Proa.
THE HANDSOMEST WORK
Notice for Publication.
FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT
L am » Orvn l at K ohehckg . O r ..I
Junes. IriBI. (
NOTH I. IS IILKEBV GIVEN THAI THE
t«»ll»»H hiK-iiHHHMi sett h r lias rtl«-«j notice «»1
his iiit<-!it]<>n t«> HiHk»- final proof 111 support
of ins claim, and that said proof will t»<- made
i»«*lor<- fli< .Jmigi- or County Clerk of Jaek*«*n
County. Or« K<jii. al Ja< ks<mvil!»-, Oregon, on
Monday. July L’7, ls91. viz: J«rs« K Huggins
hom«sl<*M<i « rilr$ No. ft-,51. for lb. sU «.f
NVV*4, s\Vi4 ,,f NF >4. suot XWI4 of NW'.aml
Skj«»i NU. of N W>4 of N W>« of .*«•<• 1. 1 p Ils S.
He nam«-* the foiiowiufr witn«Fm*s lo prove
his continuous r« sk I« nc< upon and vuitfva«-
u»»n ol *Mid (Mod. Vi«: <1» K«-<«i. It >. I»un>
lap. H Allisoii ami A. < artcr. all ot Ja< ksou-
\ ill«-. Jacks« tn con nt % . Oiegon
J<»liN H. SHI Fl*. K«*iri»tcr.
... » Hottie.
Ti e oflieers of the Oregon state fair are
making excellent progre-« in their pre
paration« f<>r a big fair this year. Our
NOW iN ACTUAL ( :
capital city w ill need to make arrange
ments to take care of a large crowd of
W<* wtiuld ask the ladies of tills Western
i* the unit positiv«- cure for DY’SPEl’SIA,
A Bible a SO Years Old.
Coaat to lay a*'«!«- their prejudice*, give «»ur
visitor». The fair opens September l'h,
(’(»NSTirÄ I'lti.N. LIVER an«i KIDNEY DIS
Wan her a rai r tris . and be <•« tivim «tl There
ami 1* recommended by plij>iciah* Stimulate» the torpid liver, afrangth-
Ont- rtqs>rt from Chile »ay» tht- insur
la ON R waaher tn tne w«»rld that w ill d«» jr«»<*i
’f mi’dieincb fail. TIimiMitid* t«’*tify • na Ibv dig eat K e organs regulate» I !»•
w«»rk. W«* hav e a combine«! Machin«*, W hh !»-
gent« are in La*! luck anil are withon*
aaved their lives. Tu M«»th« i* bowels, aud aro uuequalvd a» an
iM»ar«l. Tub atvi Clothrs Basket. We ««lithe
printed in London in 1610. This Bible and I)auglit«*r* it I ih * proved a bh-ssing
money and arms
Another lispatcL »ay«
W iMht-r «»it it* own merits.
Ttie troop of cavalry expected a’ Fo. t
was bought mon aft--r it was pnblu-bod
fl boftlr; «for y». All Dea’« i*.
Saving a Sparrow.
i»**-.«-ription and price of washer given on
eda, » hi< h was tn itching from ('oqtiinibo. Bidwell, in M' h I oc county, are detained
n • 'ic.ltion.
Au authentic incident in the career of by John Stratton, and has Iwu handed Dr. DAflD ULNNLDY CORPORATION, Rondout. N. f. In malarial dl«trfrfa thclrvirtneaarw
at Walla Walla, on account of the lynch
< if course, the report» come from different
t hey p«»aaeaR pec-
ing affair at that place, perpetrated by General Robert E. L-e is told a* au evi down from John to John till it came
Wliar pr«»pvrticw in freeing theay aletn
La'Ih'R can .nak«* from SiOOtu J2Wper month
th- m,in reference to the tnu der of one of dence of hits sweetness of disposition and into the present owner's hands. A part
from that potaoii. Elegantly augar
Apply at once f«>r term*.
McMahon, the editor of the Woodburn their numhs'r. Another troop may now natural kindliness. One day he was in of the family record r’-tuiiins, some en
coated. D or « small. Price, 25ct».
/n'lriieiiilenr. who xh"t Jap Minto in the be onlere't to Bidwell, and it is thought specting the batteries over the lines be tries bvitig made iu 1762. As this Bible
hand a' S tier» in a ro» growing out of that two companies of cavaliy and one low the city cf Richmond, and the sol appeared one year bef, >re the Kii.g James'
an article in Mi Mahon'» paper reflecting ■ f infantry are likely to be stationed at diers had gathered in a group to wel- version it is difficult to determine what
Office. 44 Murray St.. Jiexv York.
m Mint, is ti e same one wl o recently Bidwell.
eome him. This n< tiun drew upon them translation it is. though it differs very
“o savagely a'tacted in Id» paper State
■ ij 1 j
little from the authorized version. The
Now th.it tlv time is on the wing, lis the tire uf th»* Union guns.
Printer Frank Bake.t, ol Sab nt,
ten. ye hotts. wives.place a little camphor
The general faced about and ad vised book is evidently in the original binding
I’ i* reported that the line of the Sitia- on the window sill. That will keep out
the men to go under shelter. But he and is in a fair state of ]'.-' «ervation. The
l.w arid eastern railway ha» been defiu- the the* except in the kitchen, where the did not do this himself. Walking on, page upon which the date is found needs
i'elv determined Ili on, an.I that the com al I u -ments are a li'tle stronger, the although iu apparent danger, hu picked protection or the most valuable part of
pany will soon t omrnen-e grading at both remedy more stringent. Sprinkle a little np and replaced an unfledged sparrow the book will be lost. It is a rare relic
entls i f the lin-
The ninvevors are yet camphor new and then on the eisik-stove
HE RFBM RIBI M I \K! ' I’ll iSl’KI IN
and is highly prized by the owner.—
which had fallen from its nest near by.
ann«>un<*ing that his ateam saw-mill is now
in the He'd, but have nei-lv finished In this wav 1 OU will not onlv drive cut
running on full tune a m turning out a larg«-
piinrQ Couqht, Colds. Influema. Bronchitis,
tin ir w rk. The right of wav h.u been
piantify of lumlicr. H ■ is prepared t«» filiali I
LUnLu Hoarseness. Whooping Cough,Croup.
indicates a really higher endowment
an. smell of the kitchen
secured nearly ll.e entire distance.
ord«*ra with «iispatch, aim at th«* most r«*a*«ma- I
Sore Throat. Asthrna. nnH ever*- affection nf the
than ability to conduct notable cam
bit* rates. A fine qualitv of
Throat. Lungs «»nd Chest, intituling Consumption.
Now the »"iitli c men to the front
Iu certain private tschool» of Brooklyn Speedy audpermanent. Genuine signed " I. Bi’.ts.”
w 11h a cvi lone that wipet] out a part of savs tha' every man who ca-nesa dinner
ALL KINDS OF LUMBER.
new rules of politeness are enforced. It
PERFECTION FOR THOSE WHO WRITE RAPIDLY
Baton Rouge, lai . and blew down the
is no longer proper for the little pnpilj
ImjH?b!-il»l‘ 1» hi ikt* them ►' H k in tin- pap« !, !»urt,
including the beat rus*l<*. ceiling an«l flooring
A <lr«.,t W wlker.
«'ate la-niteiiti <1 v. killing pe. pie proiiiia- octopus, which incieased its cost, and
v< ry -nnioth and « v«-r. h J|»l«-9
Without Health can«
furntNheii on short n«>.Ire.
Henrick Ibsen is a methodical walker.
»ent Eh’KI.« 1
ii»t uf rvturn ¡«otM
t*r*>at Isfactioii guarani«*« d.
i U iiis I v .
Th s is anolherg Hidadvettise- with it that of a hundred other necessa
X A / C.ML I ll not be cnioyed.
ma’am,” and “No, ma’am,” to their
S. 8. n MITH.
met>t for Oregon, «here we rest in |wr
elder». Now the correct thing i»: “Yoe,
i <-• reenrity from sot h disastrous «ÌÌH to his wife and children, to bis bed and takes it rain or shine, and 41 cotton
turbances of the t’fenict ts. It seetnH tsiard, to health and prosperity. It robs umbrella which he always cAries has Mr. Brown.” “No. Miss Smith,” and
that no section eist ot the R'M'kies is
Irecotna a part of his individuality. Ill»
If the child happens to be addressed
afe from eve!'»■•», say« an exchange mourning family at his very funeral.
Camp »de l.«u a , «* lu ..4T charm ; but, to tuiiv en
favorite time for walking is au hour be
joy it, ynu must be prepared for all kina» of
by a strange lady or gentleman the child
weather. Did vu ever C4tth y .ur rubber coat on
Judge 1‘ij’cs is a'Usher on the
is instructed to reply, “Yea, mister,” or
a sharp twig or rough rock, ai d spoil it the first
and keeps the la«Vers so bu«v during li'tle sum that will be paid out of the day and adopts this method of resting
dav ' Ask any hunter or sportsman who uses a
helner to Health and the (juukvst
'lies- ss:oti if the flirt that they can
his tired brain and body. His well knit,
'• Pi h Krai d Sucker.” h»»w ha likes them. Ha
cure on Earth. I ’se it in time for all diseases of
At first this strikes the uninitiated as
will teil ynu it is tent, blanket, and coat, all in one.
hardly sleep t i nights, on acf tint of ing the coming year. Eleven million muscular frame attests In« good health,
tiie Stomach, Lt ver, Kidneys an«’ Skin- It
I.»¿hi, d v, and warm, and * .1 stand any amount
thinking at» nt the hard tmie they will will go to Lr ui iana, and at least $1(10,
< urc-s Rheumatism, Malaria. C'«>ated Tongue
and he can stand any amount of literary- an unpleasant innovation, but it has ob
yf hard usage. N > reed of being concerned about
an-l Jh_-;»<l.i< lie, relieves Constivatmn. Rib<»’is-
(he weathe« Why do you wait ti I it rams, when
work. It is said of Ibsen that he wntee
nc-ss ami I)ysp«-psia, drive* all impurit ic* «»nt of
and they are rapidly making their jia-
yon can be pr- vxled fur a i weather if you buy a
■». or alliance | eople being overworked 150 miles long. The money will come one year and waUcs the nest.—Washing
Blocal anti dries up old Sores TheBusim w
Thin w**!l-k«btwfi how**« hi*»» h«4*n rebuilt
F hBritd . *er ’’ row « D<n't wait Aday’a
men tiuv it th«- Werkingmen use th* 11 :»«!»••*
and undert aid, and then t ike a look at
delav may be the cause of a month’s sicknesa: caa
v’th brick an»! grrmtly cnlargitj. beetdi * bc'ng
ton Si ar.
’!>»■ > hildr<n < rx foe it and tn« I wniers
you afford to take the r sk ? Beware of worthleaa
>ax it is their b«-s. health preserx er.
imitations, every garment stamped with the ' F isk
There is no comparison.— Ed<jrn< J.mrn.il. ifornia wheat-growers. Tt e tax on five
Sold ewrvwhere, i< oo u bottie; »ix for
Brand" Trade Mark. Don’t a<cer>t any inferior
Tin: secretary of the intent r has dis-
million grain sacks w ¡11 just about meet
coa» when v i can b ve the “ Fish Brand Slicker ”
it Is centraiiy i«<'.it0»l in the bu*’ii«»*s part «»f
There »ill lie no 1 fficulty about remov the cheek the government w ill send to deceased wife's sister people took in the missetl the contest biouglit by GusOlsen
Aheumatiim, Neuralgia, Corm
delivered wntheut rxtra coat. Particulars and hiua-
town, an<t a g«MMi-*Hm|»lr r«»<»m f«»r c«uiHn?r-
English House of Common» the other
against the homestead entry in the Los
Crated catalogue free
the great I. iti iana sugar grower.
i ial trawltT*. i* fl’!»«I up i n connection t h»*r«-
HEADACHE, And ALL PAIN.
day, and they have deservedly suffered
i ieorge W. McN'ar. There is plenty of
with. Th« tabh-i* c«»n-»tHhtIy turn Rh«»«! with
Angeles. Cal , Land district made by Li
1'be OaHferaU Fciitire tad Negative
A. J. TOWER, • Boston, Maas.
At a meeting of the state board of asy by it. They knew that legal permission onel <i Thompson. The lathr died and
the I wr I the mrtrkt t afford*.
tonnage in San Friinciflco and Portland
ELECTRIC COUGH CUR]
E K IIKIGIITMAN'Prop’
and plenty to arrive. The numlter ol lum commissioners, consisting of Govern to marry the sister of one’s late wife his widow was forced temporarily to
cun ft COLDS. CROUP. consuhpt ¡ or .
Ashland. Oct. 10 1*«U.
ships on the nay here in larger than in or l’enoyer. Secretary McBride and w.tiil.I be revolting to the moral instincts abandon the land to earn her living.
?.*» to •"»<> C’BNT’H
by all Druggiiti.
Etch 25c, 50c 4 i
I leasurer Metclisan. at Salem, yesterday. of many members of the house, and to When she returned, a few months later,
*Veaaira»r & Co . Proo’>- Ln» Angelas. Oal
Dr. I.. I. Row land, of Salem, waselected they seized the oqpertunity afforded by she found a contest had been instituted.
---- ASK FOR----
from the Sacramento valley are very good siiperintenderit of the insane asylum, to the absence of a number of these guar The secretary thinks, however, that the
<-ry Dollar* ytiii Npcud*.*
but irotn the San Joaquin val'ev they a-e succeed Dr. Harry Lane, tin the first dians of social puritg at ahorse race, with evidence showed her to have acte 1 in
not very encouraging There is a general ball'd D'x tors Lane, Row land and Will the wives of their friends, to endeavor t > uood faith; hence the contest was dii-
feeling that w heat w ill bring good prices iamson received one vote each, and on to push their subversive scheme through missetl.
If so, writ«- t<»r our illustrate«! Catalogue,
Cor. 3d and D Street»,
the second Dr. Rowland was ttie unani its preliminary stages Fortunately ■
containing illiitdratiom* and pric«** «»1 every
thing manufactured in th«* I nit«d States, at
mous choice. He will take charge Au few tine old-crusted Tones, who had be, n
Better Tliiui h bold Mine,
manufacturers' price*. lO.iMXi illustriition*.
And nil of
gust 1. Dr. I.me was in office four years kept away from the races by attacks of
ail lino rcpr«t*ent«‘d. Catalogue mailed free
For Over Fifty Years
Containing ISO ll'Hinis. w< II turuisbid.
on July 1. He wan glad to get out. He gout, were playing baccarat in thesuiok
on application. Address,
yield an income
CHICAGO (> ENEKAL SCPPLY t o..
M k .1. W inslow ' s S oo THIN o StlltT hip. Is It said that tie was heartily tired of the place. ing room ol the House when the bill wrs ing
of from $3(M0 to *4500 per year and
---- TIIE BEST-----
No. I’M Wcat Van Buren St..Chicago
us«««| for « hildren teething. It sooth«** th«*
requires no expensive machinery to
»■lul<l. woftf-n* the gum*, allay* all pain, cur» *
about to be perpetrated they hastened to operate it. A fruit-raiser in the Willani-
PER DAY HOUSE
wiml •.•oli»*, und is th»* U**t r«*m«*«iy f»»r «liar-
the rescue and filibustered until ttie ette valley requires
but _ a ..............
rh»ea. Twcnty-tlr»' cents a l»ottl«*. S«»l«i by
IN TIIE STATE.
measure was knocked to the bottom of has all the advantages of a civilized and
all druggists tiirougl *»ut the wvrhl.
the calender. For the present, at leas;, cultured society, lias good and convenient
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
the foundations of the home in Eng markets and receives a better income from
When she was a Child, she cried foe Castoria.
the same investment than can be had from
Shakes and >i.ii.,les.
land are safe.______________
he cndersigned . having become
any other line of business
You can vet
, Choice l.ocationg an«l Prices Reasonably
Whtwi she biramo Miss, she clung to Castoria.
A supply of the be«t shakesand shinvle«
sole proprietor of Dodge Bros.' well-drilling
Meal» *5cent»; lodjrinir 25 c«*r.U to JOcvnt»
this land from $53 to $75 per Hereof The
Its, just t een received at the T imes ott.ee
buRincRR. rcRpii’lfully announceR that lie it*
When she bad»Tnldren, she gave tbeW” Castoria.
Th" great a|ipetiz»'r. tool»- anil liter r. gula- Oregon Land Company of 2Salem,Oregon.
now prepar'd to do all work in hit» line in a
whx h will be sold in quantities to sui’nt
F.JLEW JSTON. Proprieto
flrst-clasM manner and at a reaaonable rate.
t"r. Iu use i"r more than 50 yours tn
i 'END FOH DI.-' KIPTIVE I 1KCVLAKS
I will also take ooataaeta for proapectlna
jh .-I. iiii !. P"-iti'es]»»eille f»rliver eoniplaitit.
CANOES, E tc
ph.cer mincR. The capacity of my machine is
Bail taste in the ni"iifli on arlslug in th»-
E. C. Brook* of Jacksonville,!he old<*m dcujr- 400 feet. I.ref er to the work I have previously
CASH OR l«tlTIUM»vri
SOUGHT SOLO. OR
Bucklen'.-» Arnica Salve.
■nornlUK, dull I““I1S 111
head and Iwk ,.f gint in southetn Oregon. Iuu< fpiin«! a sure done in different portions of the valley.
rXCMAWGED 400 WHUIW ITOCH ALLGRADtS
Osine t. ti... i:I,
. vc- tire»?folding. <lizzine~s. lamruur-syinp- < ure for In grLppe. It is tak«*n tmth interna*
The i«e*t ^.ilv«* iii the worhl f»-r Cut*. Brui-
AWORRICCS, ANO A'.L AtARRANrCO
Wild OaU Wanted.
II.. !■..» - J „|, III“
t"Ui.« "f liver ' "»nqilalnt. Ib'tD'th I'r. H' U- ly and applh-d externally, relieving , tiie w
F« h furi-her particular* call on or address
CATALOG ANO CLua DISSOjVTJ
■’ > t » - Cl«’« r«*. Salt Hheum F««v«*r S«»r«**,
DOSS AT rHX
4lr> Itch.” " w«* «*
bav* r«-«iu' i-ti.th.' j.ri... fr .
Lift .tyrnf* II on ' ./ ri*er^«/-Arre.
l- tt. r' ( huppf-d Hands, Chilblains. C«>rn*
or t\v«*nty buntp-N of wild oatn. F'»r further • iiisti|«tlon. khari«-ns theapjs-tite und tone« r»*peatinga few* thin*« Jhepaticnt is cured per
loti whi<-h inak« »* 1« » ’ <-h» 41»
MIST REASONABLE PRICES and all Skin-. Envpfiotis, ami po^itiv«» cur»' parlb uUrs api'ly to
ly , w«-ll
well and Hoifndz
sotfndz This ha$*
eMFiR«-j < i \v>. r.ri 1 «, tl„
FRED T. MERRILL,
’ip the entire system. Get tiie -genuine two
f' r PH»-, r no pay requir' d. If is guaran-
seasonHaini has not fiul«*din a case, where
Blip« rmr t*> oth* r- - a hir-h ar«
fr .in vour druggi-’t for $1 and take sword- used as directiil. P«*opl<*
127 W«»«i»aTos Sr
go to Brooks' drug- ' ïlïe N p ’ w School Laws.
te«-«l to give |»* rf«*«*t satiifa» tion er money
Bt fr",n I' • 1*’ I
l’rfr bv r> .ail
—ws*ri>'» iwis »si-aa.—
»nrf-lornil.U.1 I « It« f r r»!«» -, r.r • «, r , . ir
lug to direction*.
store fn the morning
. to be tr«
‘ ’at«*d ' and go
r« funded. Pri» v 25 • * ut> jn.r b**x. F»»r tarle
hhm«’ at night Ir from pain ami !«•♦ ling ’!• > f In «»l!i< ci * «>1 th« vhi iou* >« h«>«i| Ui*u )x tv Ui«ir»*H*. < Rlil.rruia El«*« iH«- fb It < <» Hot 2 J!>S
by all druggiat».
Hay! Hay’ Hay!
<»f Jack mju ««luuty.’Oregon: •
R'XiUE RIVER VALLEY RAILWAY CO.
A- th» haying season is st hand. <lu i»ot for
- ; • f.rsdsr,
b THE L N’DERSIGNED HA^ NOT BEEN
t«» < ure alt Jktn Dla«oraea
get that Mrs G. Kareuikf has about *♦ n or
I - • . «a
fiiT*nt»h«M the n»*w rw4iooi law*
twelve Deering mowers on hand that must ne
«-• • »tn O. tn »i to
opeual ia W- oad rates between the termi
filtDpiy apply “SWAT5F.’fi OISTMEM.” No bo M at a great »»»« riflee, so that she can pay
pr«'pcr state authorities, Ue is unable t«S fur.
'.nteruai medicine required. Cures tetter, off the indebtedness of the istate. These nal points can bo obtained by applying t«
y* u with <?opic»» «if the r*am«*. A* soon an
tu rn» i art of
itch, >di rru
• i-options on the face, band*,’ mowers are new and the best in the market.
rahk»ii> '•cicina, itch,
ucr nt l.vms. r»-
arrive they will 1><* l«>rwarJc«i to you
the agent at Medford at any time.
We « xveute Every Descfrfrt ion «■!»■' AV WK
price« from th«* Sugar Pin«> D«»or <1 Lumber they
4* 44 ac
-Içavlng t th«- skin ch ar, whit«* and
«tr id inania only to
Mind wand^rín» corM. L x.ks V-arr.M
«■« i av SI
our Lire in the most approved style.
healthy, it» great lo-aling and curative pow-
Co. of Grant r P arr . They ar»» selling pea< h
in ••«’.»• r»-a»nnr. T»t»t-.»’>« «> ¡i- t» : a ¡¡
C H. PKICE.
nit » o
p^r»-» <»f t • ••
»»n't (all tonUI and •'■mduv «tuples uu-J «*rs ar«- poaa«wgrd by no <>th«*r r« m«*«iy. Ask
» ures in Hi..... u minutes Prest.u's n.-'.
* at 1 1-2 ?
*’U' b : all c*lr_r L\ x
’•l-tkl ILÏ learnad.
v »'•ri.It •
Hppl;cat4«'O t. Pr,,«
O'dT (truvirist fur H #AYKE a UlKTMJkM.
Children Cry forJ’ittfreFs’ (¿astori^
viirc, J UD«* B. Lxl.
X. UiseUv. IL
A j . N l a \
riitauÌTàìa,* lauta» »nttS<VxWJuVWCV».
Jo cure liiliuusne««, Sick Headache, i .,nm-
Tlu- S. B. HEADACHE AND LlVEH <Vlt>*. t;lk< A
palien., Ualaria, Liver Complaint», take
a<-<-or«!ing t«> direction* will keep j <»ui Blood.
the Mfe and Leu-in remedy,
Liver and Kidney* in g«»«>d ord«T.
Th«-S B C«H «.n < THE f»»r Cold». Cough*
an«i Ci’"np. in c«»nne»’ti«>n with tin Headachr
Cur«’, i* a* near perfection asanythitiy known.
Tiie H.«’B. Al. ph k P ain i he !<>rint«*i nai an»!
external use. in Neuralgia. Toothache,t'rami«
Colic and t’iiohra M»»rinis is uiwurpaaa«*«!
Tt<-;’ure well hkiMi wher« vei known. >!*<nu-
fa< <Lrv»i ic D:»♦')!’ Oregon. For salt by all i
¿¿»aw I r<e the
11.1. Sia? 4"lltUcBoanMothC
bottle) 1 IIE) ARE TH) M<«*T CONV.1 KI
»IM X* * Cr> »-»tew tor* «11
Notice of Publication.
SCOTT A BO WNE, Chemists. N.Y
ALL OTHER DISEASES
FOR SALE BY ALU
Hohl bi/ all I>rttf/fji*t*.
-DYSPEPSIA • JAUNDICE-
• CHILLS & FEUER •
L amp Orncx at K orf seho . O r .,)
June 9. 1W1. f
OTH E IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
following-named wttlrr ha.- filed notice of
I: lus intention to make final proof in suppirt of
his claim, and that said proof will be mad«* b<*-
forc the judgt* or clerk of the county <’«»urf of
Jackoon county, Oregon, at Jacksonville. Ore-
1 g«»n, on Tuewiny. July >, ¡HPl. viz. John
I Ilirnvvnur. horiM-stead entrv No. t*»M9. for ti/«-
>E»4 of >W*4, SW>4 of SEV|>Hof NWU< fSl?4
an«l NU *4 of NWI4 of SP?4 of St«’ 31, Twp 37 S.
R 2 W, W. M.
11«-names t I m * following witness«** to prov«*
his continuous r«*sidvn<?«* uiM>n and cultivar mn
ot said land, viz: Frank Lorain. Ixuiis Hu
bert. E. Jaeol»* and T. J. Kerin« y. all of Jack-
Konviil«*, Jackson «-ounty, Or«-gon.
JOHN H. SHVPE. Regitter.
P«. t p..»i..i!i, . in Jiu kaon county. OreatOB
This ranch is «•>«•< tally adapiiil to the product
tion Ot haj and Merle. I.eina aril -v. tired arti
ir liiiiaryto alin<a«t unlimited ran.<
Ellwand other lami crops also pr.sin.-.d IM
abundani e. Th< developinent ol tarpi lumber.
Inir interests will rumi-h a home mai ki t tor
all that can be product d. It will hex,id with
all iniprovetni-nts. st.s k. tooia, fai tn’na limile,
incuts, also H valuable timi., r and intilina
proporti adjulnintr. li dmir.il. For ferma and
urtiti I inlmtaarion apply to
I roap. Ct. or S. J Itay, Jaekaunville
TAKLN I P BY THE UNDEI 61GNB0. Sir
I li.-nibifD.v. q ( gray mart. about 12 yeae
old, nrpndvd «vitti a hall croie oc the right
*limii«h*r Th«* owner i* n-iiH -st ¿4 to I ay ek-
P’-nsci* »nd takrtin amami away.
PATUIt K 1VUÂÏ.
I nlunf >4 u Prvdnct« JtfUt* 1. lftT.