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!.. P KOIIKIL-.
.NOVEMBER 6, 1891.
Where ahall ive pitch nur gypsy tent.
Our few brief day» by pkaoure lent?
Aiuonjcthe hill», l>eside the sea.
Beneath some hillside pasture tree.
Or ’mid the fV*ldn with daiaitui fair?
Oh, cho»>si at will; it matters not;
The loveliest spot
In summer »lavs t» everywhere.
The Hon. J. W. Fennimore is the
Sheriff of Kent Co., Del., and lives
at Dover, the County Seat and Cap
Dark pines in rifte.l ledges gray,
ital of the State. The sheriff is a
Wild roses wet with *alt *ea «pray.
gentleman fifty-nine years of age, I
Pink sun-»»-ts in th<- mirroring laka.
and this is what he says : "I have
The wil»t br»M»k laughing in the brake.
The gray gull's flight, the clear voiced
“ used your August Flower for sev-
“ eral years in my family and for my
Sweet sinking in the greenwood’s hush
Wldch Joy to snatch, what bliss to lose,
“own use, and found it does me
Whcu each seem» fairest, who can choose?
“ more good than any other remedy.
Then gypr.v tenting forth w e’ll fare.
" I have l>een troubled with what I
But w hnh«*r go It mattrrs not;
“ call Sick Headache. A pain comes
Th«.* loveliest sjM>t
“ in the back part of my head first,
tn summer «lays waits everywhere.
Marian Ikuiglaa» in Harper’s Bazar.
“ and then soon a general headache
“until I Ixcome sick and vomit.
“ At times, too, I have a fullness
“ after eating, a pressure after eating
Mow<-r and mower <loe» the farmer tx-
“at the pit of the stomach, and
“ sourness, when fool seemed to rise I <•< ina a power ill jmj Iit!• s.
The Oregon I’acific pey ear han paid
“ up in my throat and mouth When
lex for the months of March
“I feel this coming on if I take a I I tlmeni|b
Apr I ai d May !»►!.
“ little August Flower it relieves
The trial of Madam Exile, the IVnver
“ me. and is the best remedy I have
“ ever taken for it. For this reason al •i’iioiu-t, ended Saturday in a verdict
“ I take it and recommend it to of guilty ax cliaiged.
Pin ct is th<‘faxti st Ji'iilile |s rfortner,
“ other-, as a great remedy for Dys-
a tiotting riM’oul of 2;ls'j and a
“ pep si.i. Ac.
pacing record of
G. G. GREI'Y Sole Manufacturer.
The burnt district of The Palles is
Woodbu y. New Jersey, I. S. A btn.dina up pietty rapidly. About 30
liuihl.ngs arc in coinse ul construction.
GENERAL NOTES AND NEWS.
If Judge Thunnnn lives until Novem
ber 13, he will be 78 years ohl.
J. T. Aiqierson was re-elected presi
dent of the state agricultural society.
Mr Spurgeon, the great English divine,
is «aid 1 1 be convalncent, though recover
ing very sluw'y.
Luther Benson, a reformed drunkard,
created a sensation in Portland by his
The Sumpter Valley llsilroad company
is li"« tunning p.ts-etnier coaches regul
arly for ill-« acconnnodation of the pat
It requires a little over |1,000,000a day
to run ttie I'. S. government under the
prerent system of ex ravagance and high
Pentnaik has followed Germany in
deciding to relieve ad American |sj<k
that beats the Vnited States ce.tificate
At a meeting of the 1st »rd of trustees of
Willamette university the college buil
ding, tece itly damaged ity tir.*, was
Jay Gould has no politics to speak of,
t.ut tie has wanted for many years to see
J G Blaine m (tie White House. Blaine
is Gould’s ideal candidate.
Mrs. l’arnell, widow of Psrm II,the Iiish
lead r, continues in a very weak au.l
is unable to
sleep without the aid of dings and cannot
purtake of solid food.
Jack Meln'oeb, well known jn the
easternOregi.il ba-ehull world, has fallen
l.eir to a fortune of ♦lO.O.MI by tlie dealti of
Ins father in Canada. He is now on his
way home to get the n.oney.
The sovereign grand lodge of Old
Fellows brought up the qiiesri >n of re
I'lie leii-’-talked of coal mine on Blair
ducing the age limit for admission to the
Forward’s place in the Waldo hills is
order to Is years, tiiix morning. It was
now being develop- d with bright pto-
AT CENTRAL POINT*
defeated by a vote of 157 to .58.
A| plication is about to lie made l.y
Rube Mitchell was sentenced to eigh
Southern Oregon are hereby Informed that
Sarah Althea Terry, to the cinuit court
teen years in the penitentiary fur killing
lu additiou to a large and elegant lint- of
Oscar Camdall at Keil l'dutl. lie has at San Francisco, for the return of ber
two pistols, the litigation in which the
Where ii kept c« »natanti? «»n hand a complete
p stols were used being now cluse I.
and tirsi-cla-*.*« stock of
When yon have spilkil anything on a
There is a direct issue between I he
hot stove, or milk has boiled over, sprink
vv addl'd to my st. « k th«- following cluwof
le a little sat uti it ami the tmell will !>ein »crati* ami Krpublivamt ni r<*gar»l t«> !
g i'*ds, of which I have a full line:
the abumlant crops, which Democrats!
rcrb'itp to th** nooificent Pi »vidanc?, I
The prince of Wales will Is1 fifty years
wl ile Republicans give McKinley *s tai ill'
of age un ti e 'Hh of November. Kaiser
Iloth Knit and Muslin.
Wdlieltn's intended gilt is /«aid to be
.JiMt t'cfore going to the Mate fair the |
worth f 10*>,0*)0,
SiAltlS' WARDROBES COUPLEtt
P’litor of the Silverton
A few months ago San biego was
item warning all to look out f«>r cap|HTH
shipping away | otatues at 50 cents a
and bunko men, ami before he wan on
to he buuchi any place; also
bushel, and row that city :s buying them
the grounds an hour be droppe«! $10 in a
at |1 per bushel.
Forty one years ago, < let. Is, the steam
Sumlay morning while one of the noble
l" ruler 4 year. old.
er Oregon entered the Golden Gate tieur-
sex wan engaged in the national gam«* of
irig the tews that California liad been
poker, at Forest drove, his wife apjM*are»i
admitted intuthe I im n.
on the scene just a» he made a bet. <he
And everything else imaginab'e in thfx line.
My goods are r»«-w and of the beet brands, ami
Mr. Sabine, brother of Miss Ella *'. calle»! hnn. ami he thought it good pjlicy
c'onsl.tinir <1! Ll.le and Silk will be »old at the
Sabine, has Iven elected secretary of to see her home.
the Merchants' Protective A-socia'i-in,
An attempt was made in 1» iblin M»»n- i
vice 1. R. Dawson, deceased.
d iv to blow up the office of the National
Viverne a call before gulni r’firwhere.
A Texas judge has refused to natura Press, a McCarthyite organ. The bond»
J. C. SHERI DAN
lize an anarchist tieiause it s views aie ie I in an alley, hieaking the w nduws
not American. Whether this is good and badly damaging the editers room.
Fortunately no one was hurt.
law or not it is all-tiied good seme.
HARDWARE AND TINWARE DEPOT
JOS. C. SHERIDAN, PROPRIETOR
HOW THE WILD HORSES OF THE
Dr. llall A«1 v ) m Hunt«*™ to Always Aim
at the Biaiii Insten»! of the Heart.
Although the sport-man should always
PLAINS ARE CAPTURED.
endeavor to caus«* death as painlessly as i
possible, he cannot do so. To attain this
end he should, in hunting with the rifle, i
A Burkboard, a Corral nn»l P:«1i
always strike the brain, lint this, whether !
Weeded—The A:;»in.*’> I ..llowv.l Z ■ >• with rifle or shotgun, is obviously out of
urely Until They B»-«-»»ii«o Docll«* The the question.
A bullet striking the bom s of the head, '
Laiso BnninrM a .Myth.
or solid parts connecting therewith, as the (
Of al] tiie sports peculiar to tlie plains horns- in the deer family, ordinarily pro
Bone are endowed with greater attractions, duces one of two results It may, firstly,
l»y t he imagination of the average youth, stun the animal, causing what surgeons
term ‘‘concussion of the brain,” or, sec
than that of catching wild horses.
omlly, cans«* deat h, eit h»*r from t he severity
To make a success of it one must possess of the shock or from direct injury to the
an iron constitution, unlimited patience, brain substance.
good judgment and the ability to take
1 he w riter has known a large deer to fall
events as they come. All that is needed in deii'l from the impart of a heavy bullet
the way of an outfit is a buckboard and against the base of one horn, a result anal
team, three or four saddle horses, a camp ogous to death prodneed by the sand bag
ing kit, and enough supplies for twenty applied to the human skull. Had the ball
struck near t he tip of the horn the deer
days. The wild horse is a great lover of
would have merely l»e«*n st unned, probably
home, and unless constant ly disturbed will rvcov«*ring quickly enough to escape in
range in the same I«»cality for years. It is safety
Undotibt«‘dly many animals are
by taking advantage of this trait that the r^iche»! ami slain with the knife that
hunters—they always work in pairs— cap otherwise with a little longer interval
A missile passing through a portion of
Th? first duty is to locate a band; then
the brain substam*e almost invariably
find out the extent of their range, th*-ir
causes instant death. There are however
various watering places, study them
many examples of recovery after such an
through a field glass, noting any peculiarity injury scattered through mv»li»*al litera
of gr.it, or any cxid colors among them; ture
Even in these cases the patient is
above all get the correct number. The ob m*«*« ss » ii ily
so that the hunter who in
ject of this is to so fix the bunch in mind
as to readily distinguish them from others flict«» *-u»-h an injury upon an animal at
tain* I.is etyl.
running in the same country.
In hunting dangerous game at close i
These preliminaries att«*nde«l to, the next »jf liters, then, tin* brain should ordinarily
quesrion is locating th«* corral. On this a I m * the obj«*» tive point, unless the bull«*t Is*
good deal depends. Gem*rally s »me arroyo very heavj in proportion to the size of the *
It is generally accessible, ami if
or draw that extends well out into th? animal
plains is selected. Care must be taken that <tru».k invariably renders th«* game harm-
water is convenient ami that there is suf '«•ss. A grizzly l**ar with a rifle bullet
through th? h?art may jet live long enough
ficient growth of timber to hi«le the In
closure from two sides. The better to re i«» kill hi* «lestroyer, if at close quarters.
sist the frantic efforts of tin* captives the S-verai such instances have occurre«l.
pen is built in th«» form of a circle. The With his back broken, the bear may yet
posts, deep set lean slightly inward, ami -trik«* viciously w ith his paw, but a shot in
as a further precaution are brace«l from the the brain ends the battle.—J. N’. Hall, M.
outside. Each panel is then bouml wit h D., in Scribner’s.
LEG A L AI ) VERTISEM ENTS
The Celebrated “Leaf AnuM
One of the o«l<b*st little creatures in all
animal uatur* h th«- h-af aut” of Central
America. Although different species of
this oddity are known t<»inhabit theAmer-
In the matter of th«* estate of f’harles L
lean continent fr«»m Brazil to Mexico, the
real home of the true it.if aut is in N’icar-
otice is hereby given that the
agua. To all outwm-.l appearances this
umiersiKHP»! has been Hp|»«»int<*d executrix
little insect is a «--minion aut, but one of
of the estate ot < 'harh-H L. Thurman. decea*ed,
by order of th«* County Court of th«* State ut
gigantic sire, it must I*» a«lmitte»l, when
(h «von in and tor Jackson ( «»unty.
compared with th«* ants of our temperate
All p«‘rsons Indebted to said estatc are rr-
regions, being on an average over an inch It. M. »-«IMVSSON. 1’i-op. »lucKted to Bettie th»* same immediately, and
thos«* having elaims »»gainst th«* estate will
The habit for which these
i»r<*scnt tln iii to me ut my residence in St» r-
ants are sq cel«*l»iat»* !, and one which we
lingvilk* pr«Tinct, Jackaon Co.. Or., with
A Large, Noi. : rigatcd Stuck uf
could hardly l? !i**v.* were it n«»t for the tes
i>rop«*r vouch» rs uttMchcd, within uix month?
from the lirst publication of this notice.
timony of reputable naturalists, is that of
Dat< <i S« |it< nil" I 25, I*-'.»!.
carrying a leaf for a sunshade, just as our
HELEN M TH ( RMAN, Exrcutrix.
women ami men carry parasols au<l um
W. H. P akkek , Attorn«*y.
brellas for th«* same purpose.
When at work the leaf carrying ants
look like a little army in which each in*
dividual member is protected from the
L and O ffi < e at R useih ih ;. O h . J
bud ’ s rays by a little banner «»f green. An
Octob« r 14, DPI. i
otice is hereby given thai the
other remarkable fact in connection with Apples, Peaches, Pears, ¡Cherries
has til««! notie»- »»f
Almonds, Plumbs, Nectarines,
the leaf carrier is that only those at work
his inf» ntion to make final proof hi aupport
carry the little leafy protection. When a
ot hiNt laim. and that said proof will lx- made
Ix-lore file Judge or < ounty Cl»*rk ol Jackson
long file of burden Iwarers have deposite»l
County. Or» gon, at J.»« ksonvili»-. Oregon, on
their budgets they discanl tlieir parasols
Satiirdaj . b«-c. 5, 1W1. viz: H«-nry A. Bauten,
ami return for a load without th? leaf
homest«a<! «-ntry No. 45?’.. f»»r th»* SE*4 <»*
which mad«» them such conspicuous ob
NE*4. N’Vs «•! SE «. ami NE^4 of SW‘j of Sec 12
I wp. .> S, R 3 W, W. M.
jecte when on the ‘‘up trip.”—St. Louis
H«- names the following witneaars to prove
his continuous retsidenc«- u | m » ii and cultiva
tion <»f srti«l land, viz.; Alfred Cart«*r, Hrrling;
The Canliuiu) C<»»*ack
Peter Bowliy Jacksonville; Pr*»«r Eaton.
Jacksonville; John I’ Atteberry, Herling: al!
Says a Russian traveler: ‘‘The Cos
ot J.u ksiin count \. Or«-g«»n
sack bears himself as if there was al
JOH N H SHI’PE. K«vtat»*r.
THE RIVERSIDE NURSI RY
ways a Kirgheez with a spear before and
a Bashkir with a «irawn sword behind 1- liM-Ht» <1 «•!»<■ and «>n« -half mil»-* b»-h»w Notice of Final Settlement.
him. He always appears angry and ex Gi<»nl’*• P >->. < ìi R lii « riv«i. «Hi th« Dimick
farm, and iii th«- !•• -1 and cl«‘niH>t t«»il in
tremely cautious, as if he was on the bat- »«nill»»*rn <)reir»»n
in th»’ (’«»uiily C»»urt ol th«* State of Oregon,
for t h<-Count) of Jackson.
tiefield w atching his enemy and careful of
the matt«Tof tIe -<*stat•• of J chsc Wilaun,Sr.,
an attack from behind. Coming lut»» con-
tact with astranger, the Cossack looks at
oTK F. IS hereby given that the
aihninlstrator uf theestatcof J« sse Wilson.
him with a searching, scrutinizing eyet his
'I . <l»-«-» HS« »i. has filed in th»* County Court
talk is like that hear«l in across examine-
ot Ja»-kson »*«Minty, Oregon, his final account
tion at the bar; his interrogations are
as sucli admi ii -t î utor. and by order of said
catching questions. So they are all, the
« ouït Friday, Nov. 13, 1*91. at the hour of
lu o cl<>» k a . M . is ft« t lor heat mg t hereof. All
men ami the women, the young and the
persons inl»-rcstcd Mr»-h»-r<-l>) notiti»*«! to ap-(
old. The in^olen»-»* of their young children
pear und tile hi* or h«-r object:«>ns to sani ac
count on or before sai»! day.
and ag«*d ¡»»-r-ms make* a revolting im
I'u bl î ft ho» I by «nd« r of Hon. J. R. Neil, Judge
pression. Probably all Russia was in the
Sixteenth and Seventeenth centuries as
Admiuifttrator of said estate.
the Cossacks are at. present—powerful,
harsh, insolent, half -avage.”
Grant's Pass. Or..
Notice of Publication.
SMALL FRUITS, ROSES
At Lowest Prices.
CURES Wasting Diseases
Flying in.K-hin« s of the future will of
green raw-hid«». Wings made «>f brush ex
Wonderful Flesh Producer.
The VictorioiiM IlHiianu Peel.
necessity be of a »«implicate»! and delicate
tern! out in front for 100 yards.
Many have gaineil one pound
A young man came along Tremont st rv< t. nature, and will require the very highest
Whatever undergrowth there maj’ !>e be
tween is left Mandi ng, the more effvctually mar th«* Wr.-t Eml side line, eating la order of sclent ¡fl»-and me».hanical skill to per day by its use.
to liide the trap. All evidences of lab«»r in nanas. I la* rain was pouring down, ami construct an»l oja*rate them. France is to-
Scott's Emulsion is not a secret
the way of chips and clods of earth are ii? y«»ung fellow, t«> save r«'< asiug h’s <lay the only country in the world which
remedy. It contains the stimulat
carefully removed. If liars are used in- hands from tli<* umbrella, graceful!? tor? has the plant and in which it would be
possible to manufa tur»* all the material ing properties of the Hypophos
stea«l »•( a gate they must be plnce»l where ti.«* skin fr««m a banana with hi - t»*< ; I.-, !• t
they «’an lie »juickly thrown into position. t mg it. fall to t h<* sidewalk Ani h-t «*1;.. ! and to construct a machine such as I ain phites and pure Norwegian Cod
Flying ma Liver Oil, tiie potency of both
to occur to id in, an« 1 he stopj»«*»! to k ..the now experimenting with.
Som«» spot close bv, yet out of sight, is se
le«*te»l for a camp, and preparations ar«* h nana skin into Tremont street. But th»* chines will theret'»re be employed only by
being largely increased. It is used
banana skin had glued itself to th«* w«-i the rich and highly civilized nations.
made f«»r the start.
Brea»! suffl» ient for a few days is baked, a »Ik. After several ineffectual kick«-i.e Small nations and half civilized trilxNS will bv 1’hvsiciaus all over the world.
still h ave to «oiitenr them>»«4ves w ith their
;ave up t h«* attempt.
coffee groun«!, ami in fact whatever can
PALATABLE AS MILK.
After his «lepartuV? a newsboy, who had present mo<leof warfare.—Jlirarn S. Maxim
l»e »lone to relieve the hunter of all lal>«»r
Sold hu all Druggintit.
while on the trip is attended to. The next
morning one of the partners starts for that renew«’«! the kicking. The obstinate ba
SCOTT & BO WNE. Chemists. N.Y.
Eronomy In >*llh>u«i.
portion of th«* range where obsesvation has nsiia skin, h«»wev« r, ha«l fastened itself
A bright w’oman living in one room with
iirndy.aml th«* newsb»»y*fi attempt result* d
shown the Land most likely to l>e.
n the spreading of the banana skin »»v< r a folding b«-.1 m.tkeMone s»'t of ¡»¡hows serve
walking them ik » wn .
At sight of th»! outfit the mustangs limi- •|iiit«» a huiii I m r of sejuare inches, al-«> in on a low, manufactured divan, rug cov
ered, as well as on th»* !*• 1. She had them
tile together f««r a few moments, the more •h i r imeiit to his shoes.
An ol«l, kindly dispos«*<| g» nth*man n \t mad? square and large, an«! by day they
wary walking m-rvously around
happened al«»ng. lie espi< d the b; nana are incased in slips «>f plain sateen snugly
others. 'Fiu-n off they go, the stallion al
w tvs In-hind, keeping between Ids charges -kin, and at once began an animated «li.. buttoned, while at night they are clad in
and tii? threatened danger.
A mile or vour*«! to th«* several pe«»ple waiting for snowy linen. This may he a suggestion to
mor»* away thev stop and face around, the :h«* ear that didn't come (on time). some other woman similarly situated.—
‘There,” sanl he, “there i-> an install • of New York Tinies.
le.ulerwith arched neck trot* back a few
yards, paws the ground ash«* gazes long i arelessne-s which sliouhl be puiii.-at«‘d
About Black fifth.
and earnestly at t lie st range object plod- If we had an ordinanct* in Boston fori,id
«liiig slowly towanl him. Then, as if h«* ding t he t in ow ing «»f banana .-kins on • i
Tl>e blackfish gets its name from its back
Mr Flower, th,- New York candidate
The new Portland 0 -
and sides, which ar»* black. It Is caught
and many other things too numerous to men
in course of cons ruction, is 100x100, ami tor governor, like Senator Stanford com had solved th»* mystery, he gives a neigh of
tion. I oave also secured the services of a
alaim ami tii»- whole band go thundering w ; I throw it ini o t in* st re«-t. if n<»bo<ly ?’/.? early in the spring and through the sum
when completed wih tie milestones high, memorated the death of an only son by
»•Ut of -igllt.
mer, from off the rocky lodges of th?c<»ast,
Will YuHfy tha Blaod» re<ulatoth«
with a tower 200 f> et high above the un act of public bi-neticen»’« lh‘built m
Tiie li.iuter notes the!r course, fills his to the spot, where th«* inm»c«*nt looking or from boats anchore«! over the reefs.
Ll«ar aud kid*.»» and UMtora th«
Watertown an institut'on for the benefit
Health aa4 V»r«r< f Youth l>r»i*«p«ÌK
pipe ami settles back for a long ride There
Blackfinh vary in size from two to sixteen
Want of Appetito, Ind‘g««'ion_
of boys, designed for b »th their amu-»*-
I icn now prepared to eiecute an or-
is no hurry here. His is the waiting race
pounds. Baking is, we believe, the favorite
Lack of S’r»*ng’h end 1;.-ed
Portland thinks of taking ♦300,000
ment and instru« lion.
dxr* in that line In tlrH-claaa sty I«* at reasona
eye red B n««,
carried to tii»* utmost bounds of patience. fo«>t high and brought it <lo-. n up«»n the mode of cooking them, on account of their
worth of the bonds of the I R A N. Co.
ai d nerve« receive
n-w f'-rce Enlivenath« tniad
dry flavor.—New York Weekly.
In a shorf time tin* Cuetir »I’Alvne In Ti.«’ < b iii •• ■' ire I k * will see nothing of his
Call and are me opposite J. Nunan’s >u Cali
to sei ure a portage road around llie
r)d sup; he« Rr* n Pe»«r.
.fferlug from compia1.nta
Dalles, on the Washington side of the dians w 11 be paid the purchase money qu rry for an hour or more, and even then lo«»t pa-s<-d by th«* spot with au anaiiiil.:,
MRS. P. P. PRIM.
nt. . ..r to ’ heir «et W-.H find
•i column *»f dust far ahead ing energy, am! the old gentleman arxl t
f»»r that portion of the reservation bought
W E ELO in Da DARTiri ¡ROW
Raby castle, the seat of the late Duke of
L» Rli hun’i Golden Balsam N’oT 1
Cur»-» < ha-.cr» s, fire ano • con«i stages;
c re »i.vra acl«ar. b*aL
by the government
There will be $1.
i Cleveland, is on«* of the most magnificent
thyc ni *i
Fre-jnent a»ten.t-*a atcoanteifel^
Ti den's w 1) has lieen declared void, 115 for each man, woman an I »hili m
Soie» on the Leg» and Ik ty; bore Kara,
From TERMINAL «»r INTERIOR POINTS
lard andagain hashis harem t he timbrel la on top. That w.-is th«* 1»-: I ducal houses in England. It was bought
Ina only «dd to th* popularity T th« <»ri«lnal_
F-y »•■», Nose, et . Copper-colored Ihotche-»,
l’eop e with large estates might as well the trib»*, which means that the win Ie
itaek » n the victorious biiunna ¡«eel. Il I from the crown by Sir Henry Vane, who
j»o not *•'
r:»L.t g»*t ’ he UHI«>IMiL a«4 HCiY.
SjrpailitiL < At.irrh, .iiM-aarti Scalp, and aU
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Dr. HARTER’S LITTLE LIVER ^lUL8k
quit making wills, if the “sige of Gra- trifie a ill become rich at once.
y mary fu**: » of the disease known as
ruing passe«*, the mustangs was ry«-d i .-»«-<•!! lily by the spcctatois, '■ in making the purchase presented it to
Liver (oni| amt and h.chB
•ut i.<> o’. • »-ar«’d to re new’ the struggle.— 1 James I as “a mere hillock of stones.”
ajphihs Price, «JIH1 per Hot tie.
mercy park" could not make ooe that
ke«*pi:m the >.«me g«-in*ral direction in
Le Kichau'» (¿«>ld»*n Balaam Vo. Ì
The health of Pi inee B'smirck is nou
Would hoi 1 water.
«nd ¡»ream Book!
Cun- ì.rtu.rv Merceria!Sypl fnu. Kheu-
sai«l to bo excellent. A German Who .nh h ii «-> ‘ ! ;i:-L ailow»rd to graze for au
t. rec«;»-» of t»o c».it« in poeta?«.
nu- -in, I’.k.ie* in the l<on<», Fains in th«*
Neither w? nor any other nation expends
An Ohio man has been sent to the | visited him r»»,.*nily said that the ex
CO., Bt.Uuta, U
stylra That Seldom < liangr.
Hea»i K m k rf the N.» k. I l .rate! Sor.»
I the scientific care up« u oysters that the
penitentiary for three years for marrying Chancellor sj>ent more than two hours in h«»ur, w!.« n t m * «•h i.-»*, if such it can l»e
Throat, s- -«h lif e h.u-h, !,unq»s anJ con
1 he « ip t rmie i* largely in the har ds of
French do. We have large bed« in the
his aunt. In Montana, last spring, a the saddle on on« «lay, ami more thmi . ti.»-I. i-« i ....... •'i. During the aftcriHxm,
tra. tea < ; ■» bt ff a S « f th« L ui’ ■», an I
: ,bi>er- wh" buy from the manufacturers J Chesapeake and along all our coasts, from
erad:* *ks ail »L-.a.-«; fr<nn the ayitein,
man was fined a thousand dollars liecause five huurH in rnlmg over his estate in a it ev«-: \ I.ivor..!•!•• point, tiie glass i* use»l tn
**!.•■• r • . .
liacretkHt ar »
an«i «L-tribu!«* th? goods. Every cohsi»it r ¡which th? oyster !s taken up and trans-
sph wi t her t ii** pi:r*tie»l ar? still on ah< id.
he refused to marry his aunt after he carriage on th«* following »lav.
f M< rcury, leaving the b‘ /> 1 pure an«-
tiy *u:i ¿ » au it i.-. likely the limits of the ablet ity wr-t« f Pittsburg has large joi »bing j planted in fresh water
healthy. Pi let*
00 per Hottie.
n n . bed and tin* band is h"U‘i s that »leal in caps, and tilt* wildest
L<* Hkhau's Golden St unl«t* Anti
Gov. Pattison lias served the st i ’ c ««f rimr-- ' .
dot e f r t' •• • urr < f (I oti .’r i a, «,h t »,
The smallest tree that grows in Great Pennsylvania well in calling ti e Htnate ^i:»i:ng i
The hunter makes camp, R< ek\ Mountain hunter often wears a » ip
Aluminium is takina the place <jf mag
Irritati» n Gr:*v* l, and all 1 »-inary or G» ni-
Bri a n may lie seen on the very top of together to inves’i/at»* the corrupuon witf-i-s, hi, animals from the k«-g, gives -«•nt him thi< ugh j»>bis*r am! retailer from
nesium in flash light« for photography.
tai dn*amusement». Jh’lrelifiQ per
Ben Leinoud. It is the dwarf willow, ami public r d»fn*iy recently revealed them p.en’j d picket rope and turns in the cap manufactories of the French quar
Is the Lin»* to takej
The mixture consists of powd -red alumin To cure I»i’iou',nes=, Sick Headache, Consti*
ivr. lhe taste of western f»)lk doesnot
L» lilrhau' « Gol.lg^a Sp«4kl-»h In
w hich at maturity, reaches a height of hi his course he i* heartily sustained by early.
ium and chlorate of potassium, which
pation, Malaria, Liver » nmplaints, take
jection, I r>n vere <-ue •* of <; .n >rrh < a,
only two inches.
As it is In a uing them out that, he « a-iv change, ami this fat t gtx *s to the cap gives a brilliant fla->h with but little
lnfLinni-tory i.k« t, fitriclures,i*-. Prie*«
the safe and certain remedy,
l»»»pL'-to a« i -inpii-ii his end. he is on the tra«le a certain steadiness that it wouhl not ■moke.
it I. the I.INISG I AH llot'TE.
91 r»W p«*r Bottle.
The paper mill at Oregon City turns
naive .. -sooi. a- there is suilh iviit light to have w< re it ent irely dependent upon the
Le Hichaa'a Golden Ointmeul
Thr..ugh;VK' l lllt'l.KU I KAl.N.-eVery .lay
out six tons of n-wsimper dai.'v for the
for th*) eff' i t.ve h» aling« f
tn the y.-ar to
• »f my service The da.\ 's work is be- vagai n s of young people on tin* Atlantic
and eruptions. Price 91 oo p r Bo< ’
Sin Framisco /.ci/«.’llie capacity
Ti ev have a new ami f.iscinatirig kind
i«y ‘ * tit: ing for sign.” If th«* trail coast. You may see by th«* g»>uds in the
l.e Hlrhaua Galden PiF» '»re
of the mills is to '»■ increased Io man of gambling down in Texas. Pools are
.< h ) a s i),»*y have returned, he j- g* along, < ap louses of this town ev« r> variety of
ar«i Brain treatment, I h -» of phy- *1 p w
ufacture ten tons daily.
•r excess or over work, i'rovtration, <c,
soi l regularly on the sue» ess of the gov
a sh..¡'p lookout in all directions, ’ rout i«-i sm.in cap, alot g w ii t he K-retta
¡Pile« 93 OO p« r ID»«- M ."X
* gat ■■ h'-r
•f th«* priest, the s!.ov» l hat <»f the bisbop
s uotning of them in* Mioves on to
Dr. Growers, Jr., William R Growers, ernment rain-mak«*rs to cans** ram with It l.e
Torte and Nerving,
t •»<• ths* SM ILL Sire 40 little Beans to the
and the niortarboar«l of the university
Wh«-n slit-« as a »’Ini l si»»- « r.• l fu» < “i--ria.
Sent even * iwr», C. O. 0., swun-> ¡«td
F. R S., both of whom were in attend in twenty-four hours after the bombinl- i Le v.-
[No Chang«* of Can.)
bottle) T hey vke the m «» st convenient .
st.Cl KI 1» AT LAST.
Sl*att<a»>lo tor* rail
ance upon Parnell during his last illness ment of the skies. It gives the settlers I
’Vh.wi sh«* U -rtiu*- M.“ -h» • ' h .u’t > <’«*»1.•! -a
C<impose«I ot Dining rariMinaiirpawed.'
THE RICHARDS DRCG CO.. AGENTS.
Curiously «-li' ugh, tin re i- little or no de
Pri«i*e of either Mize. 25c. per Bottle.
L.ioly enoi.gh the band, thirsty from
said his death was due to acute rheu whose crop» ar** suffering from drought
Pullmau Drawing IL h . iii Sleepers
5nw ho d 511 Mark«-! Sti «•< t,
•- * -
of latest Equipment,
matism and congestion of the lungs.
----- Circulars »« tit fr«*»*-----
having drank tiivir fill, atv str«*t»-he«l out this town iip>>n tiie hen is ot new’ly arrived
When Sells B»os.’ circus l»«ft San
The rumored fatal illness and death
immigrant-. F«-r«;gn ».»ps and the ¡»ecul
on ti.«* gra.-s that grow’s thick and soft
.l.EUt.xs JT LOUIS MO.
of tpieen Victoria in the city papers a
A. H. CANSON.
w. L CAK.M»N
n robe .r un«I t ¡a -lake. Ou the contrary, iaritiesof at: r« that thus tome iu rapidly
e»l ami in whb h ¡»T« ■ tt »lai n- ar» both tree
few days ago was a canard, as the tpieen
if ti. * mu• • c-ger :> then* first,so much the disap|»rar. Th«* Italian women cling to
an«i furnished f»»r hohlers ot First or Second-
still enjoys her usual good health, not eight feet two and thn*»* quarter inches l»* tt* r
their ga\ k« rciii»f-. but men and women
I'm* ¡cam is water«*»], th«’ k»-g is re
class Tickets, and
withstanding she was 72 years of age in
■ f «•tiicr natI'm ilitir-make ftaste to con
tilie»l au»l lie waits.
N’»»r i* th»* vigil a
ELECANT DAY COACHES.
¡«mg • ■ •*. f- -r that lit,« <»f anima!-, st rung !<aiii to t hr cust»»ms of th»* country. Ina
father’s farm , in a tit of anger, kicked a out in Indian file along an obi buffalo trail few we-icrn stiites. where there are large
Sii mtifuSouth of Grant’» Ptm». J»*a<*phine
lien, Chris Taylor, who was the first mule and he die«! within an hour.
• "un - of t »reigner-. •--¡»»•cially Germans,
Jea«h»-g to tin water, ar? th? objects of his
A C '••ntiniioii- I.inc connecting with
l*rson ever made a Mason in Oregon,
\t > ght <»f tin* buck I”-.«rd they .¡ving in ««»mmutiiti»-s of their own. pecnl
he bting admitted at Oregon City 13
All Line-, affording direct and
are g-m? again, and yesterday's experience ¡ariti«*s <-f «In -s -ur\ h r. and for those peo
years ago, is still living at his home in over Ireland attende«! the funeral of Par
pit! t b«* < apnuikrr- «!« -ign «list inctive hra«l
bayton. l ew of his eld associates are nell, which leads the London C/?/.-/< t»j is repeated r «»’.ay.
New Y->rk World.,
So it »ontiiities, with ninny trials ntnl gear
A torpid lit cr tieraugot) the wliolesyo«
lb iii >h »-p«*r r» •»» i v,«i hi -(;m i>»> <*»«i*iircd
thus pays their last tribute of homage to »lisappointments, for a week
t«u>. r_uU protlv.rc^
I\«ok I»«oir by Nrw Yolk’s I’ciipera.
■ «» «btvHiH v thiiHigli any »gent o! Ihv rou*i.
A Yolo fanner turned a bard of mules the Protestant leader in
defiame of tin»«’, if the hunter is up in his business
During thr»«■ months <»f 1>W in th»* work
and lior.-es into a patch that bail been pr ests, in defiance of a majority <>f their an»l li is Inid average succuss, the wil»l
hors» s ar«* g«*tting footsore. The vehicle is house;G;icuiHc \ :ird- »J .-!< ne were brokeu,
planted to cantaloil|>es. There was quite own representatives in parliament."
lM*»-<mi.! g ¡1 familiar sight, and th»*y are «•5 \anls of rag < «rpvt were woven, 2,751
a quantity of the finit left, and the ani
Iva. Envaix! an i l.uiujo < .in b» purvlia»«*«! Ht
cubic feet of stone foundation were built
Mother Guote, whose mel«>dies bave » ontent if it keeps a mile away.
mals took a gri a’ fancy to it. As a re
•ny Ticket Ut!i*'t*«»f tin* *ompanj .
The man win» h;u* f>een staying in camp l»\ ma-ons, 1.155 Mjuarr feet of floor sur
sult there arc seven dead mules and one tjl'e«i millions t/f infantile minds w ith
been now takes a iiaml in the game. His ap- f.nce wrr • concr»’tr<l, 5<*» pairs of women’s
There Is no better remedy forth«««
dead h< rse.
Full in^ormnl.i-li « <.n<-»-rinng rat»-)*, time of
asleep since D»'*0. B *neath the moss on ¡»♦•ar a nee on h r«-»-l ack is a cause for fresh shoes ami 7dt) pairs of w«»men’8‘ slippers
krai ns, r»»ut< s and «»tlw-r >l< t. ui» luinisli<d on
1. iul w -I .•«■•<»»«. Price, 20o«
Forty years ago Louis Kossuth could her battered tombstone in the ohl South alarm, but this gradually dies away, and were manufacturc«l, t.'-ou square fuet of
•>plicatiou to any ag< til, or
have raised thouramls of dollars in an church. Boston, waa lately f« und the by tin* ninth »lay the band can be turned In pine flooring were laid by »arpvnters, f>e
hour by simple stating that he was in following legend .* “Here lies the bo»iy any «fir»*rtion and the buckl»uard drops out -i«h-s the work of tinsmiths, locksmiths,
need. To-day he is an old blind man ot Mary Goose, wif«* ot Isaac Goos«*. Died of the « I olsp . From this time on flic part black-miths, painters and harness makers.
A»*i!*tant Gen» ial ¡’as-» ng» r Ag»*nt,
in wret, heiiness and |ioverty in Turin
In th«* workhouse laundry during the < >n the Liver will l» t ;<l, <l<iwn all
ners »11 vi.ie t li»* watches. While one rests
N'». I .’I Firrtt St., cor. Wawbingt»»n,
His present condition is a reproach to
the other k«*«-ps the fatigue»! brutes on the »luartei 9^,987 pieces were washed. In the
the energies of life, an.l unfit «uti
move. They are herded w it hin a few miles Ward’s i-!aml insane asylum 231,109 pieces
county over the finding of a lady merchant
of cam;», and if there is a moon the work were washed. There were made here dur
GRAPE VINES. ( f RRANTS, GOOSEREK-1
<»f that place lying hi an irrigating ditch,
forWoik. Ihisin." or I’ ca ure.
ing the »juarter 295,515 pounds of white
Rll>. IILA( KBERRIES. RA^I’HEK-
Brought st) t
the .Multnouiab with her hands tied f ehind her. Mis. continues well into the night. Great care
bread, 17,213 poumls of Graham br«*a«i,
R1ES. STRAWBERRIES. FIGS.
Street R. R. (’u , for 115,000
Mary E. Summers was at first believe«! t«j
11,461 pounds uf gingerbread ami 8,477
>1 «*»•»•luiil t ’’I’fiilor
Indigt stion.Coi sti|'.it>>u. SI. , |.
alleging he eustainv<l revere injuritH have Been foudv dealt with but the jury splitting up and wandering <»ff.
In twelve «lays, a? a rule, they are docile ¡»oumls of «‘¿iki*.
Our tr«'e« nr«* grown without irrigation on while getting cd! one of their cars in was unable to find any evidence <?f a
And l.nporter of
enough to be work«*«! towar»! the corral,
lcsstiess. I’.ili. iisiu
are the tir
red hill land, and all of an<»wn var.i-tirt* that Portland, through the carelessness of one
struggle al»out the plate upon whi»h t> gentle horses being use»! as a ¿«»coy. Once ¡•artruents under the care of the charities
Hu<*<*<*t*d in South« i HOr«-gon.
Thoa«* contemplating tr«*«* plrntlnu will do of the drivers in Ma’ting the cars Ix-fore base such a conclu-ion.
to warn you
in the wings they are crowded along, and
wel! to visit our orchard and our«*» rv. <tr writ«, he had al ghted.
ami run <»ff each quarter on Ward’s ialand,
to u» for prie«* hat. Addr«*»» to u*» at Murphy .
A dispat« b fiorn K >n»v, on the auth- liefore they r«*alize wiiat has happened the
ami on the Islip branch the crops planted of danger.
Joaephin«* county. ( )r»-g<>n, or tu R. R. Stat :<»n.
Purtlard has furled ahead more in the ori'y of acaofinul “who is very near the l»ar!» are up ami tlieir liberty is at an end.
Grant's Pa»». Ur«*gon.
last twelve months than in any previous P o | m *,” anr.oum es that everything is in
Each animal is thrown ami a short chain include«! eiglit acres for potatoes, one for
-\ H. < \ RSM -\ a -< «N.
year in her history . the accietion to her readiness for th»* removal of the Pope I or forked stick, called a clog, is fastened to corn, one fur cabbage, four for rye, and
4 FELL LINE o! THE REST AND MOST
T C ■ . . I. • ■ - ’ *
. .th«*, tininhi.nn*. »!*-., r<»n-
poi tikit <»n I as been drawn mute from from that city. The cause of this st» p is a foreleg to prevent them running when smaller plots for carrots, beans, onions,
tomatoes, parsnips, beets, leeks, cncum
•tantly k«-pt «»n han<I, and nothing but tir»t-
Thin rr?d'. ' outside rta'<iza*i«>n of the fact that she the recent atta«k un s>me French pil turned out. The bold barbs of the plain» bers and sweet corn. —New York Sun.
c I amh w..i k turn« d out.
Al! ord» r» nih-d promptly ar reasonable
IS C»r J »its in the way of empire, and in bound grims in the city of Rome, whi« h is i undergo a woeful change when cooped up
rates anti satisfaction guarante«-«!»
in a corral
View?»! at close quarters they
3sst! to he the h adingcommercial city on the thought to have been planned beiore
Clarence II. Freeman, the champion
aa .. a ..
are a narrow chested bred, »lear at $100
not th writer n coast.
band by the Itaiian government.
Medford Ma 13. lsw
per »lozen. Th»*y never forget their wild life, checker ¡»layer of the land, is a mulatto
They otter a bounty for the ears of
A New York produce shi| per informed and no matter bow much care may be oe- w ith a slight tinge of Pvquot Indian blood.
rabbits m Idaho. Ti e discovery recent- a rejKjrter a <laj or two agj that h»* ex
Fie use»! to be a porter ami an errand boy
stowe«l upon them, at the first oroortuufty
Ily of eev«*ral bve “bunnies” minus their
pecte«l to ship no fewer than two million they will leave the civillxiug Influences of jn an old tavern in Providence, where he
In thd w*?.
»•are has developed the fact that active ba rels of apples to England this fall
ami began to play checkers when he
Cor. 3d and E Streets,
the ranch ami join t)ie free bands that
fry! for ÜluwtTNîRd C»tak>ftw, jR**«, À.J-T-vr»r. D <
bounty-wi rkers are trapping the jacks, This apple trade witli Englaml has all
was seven years ohl, using white and black
still roam tlieir native flats.—Cor. St.
<1 pping their earH and then turning grown up within the last few years, and
beans for men.
them looFe to breed a future < rop from has increase»! rapidly since 1SS8. Eng
C«>nta:nhiK 12«» Room*, well furnished.
A bout three years ago C. W. Wiliams,
winch h'junties can Fw» obtained til] the land grows but a relatively small «punti-
R eturns are now coming in by which then comparatively unknown in turf
end of time.
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ty of apples, and likes ours better.
we may test the workings of the taritl* in ein les, mad? bis appearance at Ind?i>en*
A Georgia judg»* preformed ti e most
Hun'lt' ìv>t t«-<fiin-tiiiiii- lik«- th:
The great state of Missouri keeps up all its brancfies. Except th? project?«! d«*nce, la., with the two atalliona Ax-
OWE DOLLAR PER DAY HOUSE
wholesome tiring job on record the other
This w«ll-kn.»wn house has hs»»n rebuilt
“J. E. Miller.” Attoria. Ore.. urile-| “i
day. An audience in a court room cheer its reputation as a prolific country, par duty on block tin all th»* M« Kinley taxes t«ll ami Allerton. They were then three-
IS Uli: STATE.
irich brick and greatly enlarg«*d, besides beug
ed «lining a murder trial, and were ticularly in the matter ul cbil Iren. A a»»* now infil l force. The last of them v?ar-ol»is, and Willtamw’ peculiar system • ’Urc 1 nit*-»I a s ’vrrc Liv«-i and B • »‘I li» uh « .'
silenced only after con?¡durable effort,
S-»¡d h\ all druuxisls.
N.■« hin»‘sc »-ii.pioy«»! and no d«-viation in
when the judge bad the doors Io< ke«l and f»jiin«i tihin whi<h pissed through Pen- ( plat»*, which went into effect on July 1st. icule of experience«! turfmen. He per-
It Is erm rally irrat»»<i < n th»* busin»*»» part of
leton the other «lay. had with her a ' Many thought that at that time imports- siste«l in his work, however, and demon-
town, and a g»M»«l •saiiii'i«* ro«»in !»»r » •mm» r-
Ah ;i - “5 « .•in s; lodging 25 c»*i.ts t»> 50 cents
famdy of eight children, ¡Mid the two! ! lions wonhi imrne lia’ely come to a full strate»! th? real worth of his m«*tho«l oi
eial trav»*i«-r*, is Htte«l up i n <-onn»-» t n>n t here
number, and ordere«l a m*w trial. They
ol»l st s •vt-n-y»*ar-ul«i twins; th»* nex’ j »top. With taxes amounting to about 70 r >ining by driving Axtell to a record of
with. The table is const a ht!y turnndicd with
I . 1.1 WISTON. Provrirto
won’t trifle w ¡th that court after this.
be best the mark» t afford*.
m > by ton <• ««• appllratinn K
tnph ts, age«l three and one-halt years, per cent, of the entire value of the arti- 2:11 and afterwards Felling him for $105,-
bu»ineg« i»r atn<1y ; »-»«-rw m-nt»1 »(rain or <t.-
E K BRIGHTMAN. Pr.»p*
and the last baby on»* year o I.
i ele, and stocks on t’aml estimated at tMH) to a *»vn«ii»,ate headed by Colon« 1
kl< k»*K»in iuM4l« lite < r v|ri.u.. habit« eomrartr-l m v ■ >.in.
Ashland.Oct. 10 l*w>.
about 150 miners are at
about 4 )0,000,01)0 pounds—not to speak John W. Co>nl«*y. And now- the stallion
Portlan-l, <»r»-p>n. A. P Arinfttrong. l*riu.
It ha* be«*n proven comlusively that ,
the forty-mile placers there, and t)ie '
%ll**rt«>n has mad? th? worhl’s record of Branch School C apitai . I-'- « ->i !.)■•» >■«!• ni. < neg.-G
’)I.K <»•► T- Isrll of v im, v ig.«r an ! «tr»i>«i h wi’ 1 -• »
• . th I product tbis y ear is expected t«>l»e alx.»ut I s«»mt* of tlie large fruit canneries in the 1 ot tb«* new factories sa>«f to l»e going up
game course» <>f study. wunc rate« <»f luitinn.
imMirrd aii-l «'ikrnr.i | i
1.1-Iv it, apprrinrhitir - I
in »-very town in thn (Tnite»l Stair» <*x- 2.0'i,4. Williams?vi«l?ntally knows his
Lands and Mines for Sale.
J 150,1100. S«.ine mim r* make from |!,OhOj east have brt-n < arrying in a systematic
Il il si iies*. Sii ori hauti.
»ept the one in which the observer busin« ss, in spit? of th? wiseacres.
In ma>. y t ho«i»an«i <•»-• « (r»-n tr<l an I <■ ■ • • I i n pa»i t « ' ■ yrn r«. ¡to $1,500 each. Provisions are high. , frau«l to the detriment «>i the I alit« rnia j happen«*»! to be—it was supposed that
ill I SDl.ii'hiM 1». H
•«sso-ti tbroughout thè y«\n Mud» i .I h . p
WISO TO II I. HEALTH TIIE I XHEK-
Prof- Ram» I tl >ur being worth $15 j*- hun<be»l, bacon ’
“O f all current lies there are few more *ea at anv
-■>1« |ti-.i|.!»’i».i .it h«H!ae|»ri.s.,H II-hilling
nobody w»»ul«l find it profitable to buy
tjinr « iitalogue from eitln-r «ch^.l.
VC VwCSOLUBLE MEDICATEDPASTILLFS.
Ai«n«*d offer* for sal» *»» a«-r»- of g-H-l agri
( al-fumia l ib Is. The m«»j»»r p r‘c n <»f
cultural an«l pasture ian»i. n»o»i »»f which i*
» rriMU %
t n< ,.r | » iifrriu« (mm th.»
the iiuit put npin this wav has fn*en of
n«»w |'r«-|»:«» <•«! »<» «1«» all wi»rk in his lim- in a
fenc»<*1 an«l M> a<*r,-* m cult *ati««n. t<»g»*tl»< r prr< W al-'il
tr b'» «h.. . ! ••n<t th«-»r a<Mr~>« >•» wr en«» f rr.i«h > while bu’tvr is worth $1.50 for a three the finest .juali’y, ar «1 if tie* inter .or frui’ ’lie first in« b»h af:»*r the new duti’ S went i living.’ ’’ said th? pr?sid«»nt uf an ex
first-«•’;«-,< maiHU-r an«! at a r< asciiabi»* rat»-.
with at»out la tons «>t • -tn.n-«- wheat an«l alfalfa qur
«Ilona Io m-arr. I It: a I •• io »» ihn« ihr ti u.- -on D- k n i pound can.
-O UEfJAL BLANKS <>-
i into«tf. < ! weimporte»! 12,501,111 pounds tensive manufacturing concern the other
I will a!*»» tax* «-ontraets t«.r pro*»|H*«-ting
hay. four »»»•**<! »»f good lior»«-* and two h«*a«l of ut «•«••h .- !•<- m, I J - • • i. -1.
to dirci a | i î r r*.
was not similarly 'al»eled the injury
l»li.«*»*r tnin»-s. Th»’<*a|»H«-it\ of hij ma« bin» i-
t-vcated In X » Y it II vftrl. y «ar« a- ' « Imi • ■ • öfter
cattle Th»*rt* ar«- two barns, a small dwelling
i «»f tin plates, on which the taxes at th«- fay. “Ttie world owes a man n-thing,
l'*l t < • t. I r» 1«-r to t h<* u«irk I hav«’ i'rt-vio»»*lj
and outbuilding* on th» idae« . Said land i*
unless he, by bis own achievements has
d«»n»’ in •I ff' r. nt port half oi t h« vail« y.
admirably Mtuatrd for a *t«>« k ranch. i*only THE MARRIS REMEDY CO.. MfK. Chemists,
• r’ >»»?>*1 ;i«-tiofi irnaraiit«-<*»L
M rs . W inm . ow ’ s S oothino S yrup h is b*1
three miles from a st «ire and |»o*toflh •• and not
7. it 11 ■ juin» n »•in n-« d f.»r chil«lr»*n teething. It s«»<»th»*< th»* |
For tir t !i* r part i<’iih»i < « all on or addresp
more than rtvc mile* from th«* S. P. R. R.
'»11 41. Of cours«* this is a mere trifle to thinks the worhl owes him a living ha-
W. p. DODGE. Milford
depot at W.HNlvitlr. Att.u hod to thi* is n w« I'-
chihl, softens th«- gums, allays all pain,<*ur«-s Run* high in thi* pia*...... .. . • sy-t.-m Build* 1 the total amount the tin tariff is cost.ng taken the first step towards knavery ; th"
e»iiiipp«-»l hydraulic mining claim, th. whole
second step is taken w hen be trie? to
th«- b« -'t r- nu-'ly for «liar- ♦ r, ip * it « ur»’* <lys|**|«Ma. »-otiMipation. »*a- jus.
or undivided half of whi«-h to suit pun-ha*. r>
rhiea. Twvntv-flv»* «•cuts ab«>tt|.*. Sold by i tarrh <>f tin* stonnu h, and mak»‘s pure ».!••«»«! ' '«> al’ow any importing nt all shows that collect the debt which is not <fue him.
will also b«* *<»ld. F t part i«-ular> rail .»nor
all druggist* throughout tbe world.
and builds up tb»i system. It is $1 a bottle i the lull amount of the <!uty is a«l led to The men who have most move«! th«
SAMI El. MAT HI* W. ma I v .II.
at Brooks’ «trug stor»*. T'-ll vmr fri«-n«ls »»! 1 **vcry p«»nn 1 of the PM),000,000 in stock world have nut been so much men »if
its merits \vh« n }««u us« it.
«•nins, strictly no-called, as men of in-
salary. $25 per Week.
i li I !•• liri J ul • . As »bat Mock I «■-
♦ ns? mediocre abi.ittes, untiring work-
I Wanted; Goo«l agents to s< il our g»-n« inl :
• «•» »ne <
ex! austed, irnpoi
Illi woir D.
| line ot in« rehandise. No p»-ddling.
ru.’», rut-»: Itch mu fit n>
! st»*;i lily in«* t* ie«’ un’.il they rtach the obi • rs, persevering, self-reliant an ’ i.ml»*f:»t-
salary wi'l be paid to •T:vv" agents. For fur-
Itsiw arise î
•gai'l? ; not so often th? gift?»!
SvMH'»>MS Moi»ti;r» ; Hitf’iis» jchiiiu and I tigur »••'. and th«* faxes will mount up to
outlaw*iug two h< x-
,i N t
t her intoimat ion atldri »
,i'ly bright ami shining qualities as tho*-?
»ingitnx: in<»sf ¡it niylif : vorse l»y svrntcli nv. !•'
ettect*dbyheat.CiTGE : iT! I .f
< III» 4t.»i (il.XMl \1. Si 1*1*1 ('»)..
’ » -00 000 t»> $20,0 0,0 M) a year.
No. 17c West Van Burt ii St. Chicago. III. i I! al ..u»»l m continu»- tumors form, which
a ho have applied themselve« «hl-.
FORS a L : P7PF I .
Will Sell, Lea»«*, Rent and Handle
often bl»1 <1 and ul« w ate, b< corning v< t * » >r<
•*//»»<»* ti Cur,- nit Skin
Andai I of
Can’t Sleep Nights
bleeding, bei ills ulvrration. und in most can *»
> ¡i'|;l\ ¡'pplj “>WAYNES DINTMENT.' N"
• I* the eomplaint <»t thousands sulf» ring from 1 rem"V«-s ti1 • • uiuors. At druggists, or lv
Mines for Sale.
Applegate-William« 8ta e Line.
i A*t Inna, < oiiMimpt ion. < «»ugh*, «te. Did you I
• * /• ma. itch. ¡Hi »-riiuti<ms on th»’ la»-»-, h nuis,
•» it:«- oiii\ j -itiv«- cur«- loi D YM’ l-’.l’SI A.
j « v» r try Dr. Acker s Engloli R< nu <l> - li is j ph in.
no-s' .À. .. s aving th»- «.liin « I» ar. white an»!
A l’h«)icv Collecti«»n o!
II*-r.*.»h*T th»* f *ll* wing rat»* uf fare wi th r
n-i] • Il 1- f.T ";»’ hi" i hr»*«- » «i\> I ll’ATIoN. LIVi.Kuml KIDNEY DIS
l* th»- b»*st |>r» I'.iration kiiou n tor Lung Troubles
healthy. Its gr» at h<-a ingandcurativ»-p>>w- I m * »•liarg',d "ii th«* abnv»* Um*: Freni Ja<-k- 1 I’i.b'. r « 1 ..t n - on 1’.. isant < i . * k. it». Imi: tur EASES, an i is i < • *>’aGi'-n>l d bj pbyHiclai«i>
; Sold on a I'l-' in • guaranh •• at 23e. and Mi«-
* r* ar«- poss« ss»'d l«y n<. <>th< r r»-me«b . Ask -..iivill*1 to I’nioni-*wh 5») «•♦•nts; t-- Ap|>l»* a g«>.Ml w at' r « urbi. Tt»»*s«* tmru-.ft a <- know o u ip ii < t • . < ' i;«-»!
> f tii. Th<»:isatels t«"*f:f j
«au dru h L’ i>t ' • r S w a ï n y.'> Oi ntm ) xT.
t»«* ri< h an w t:i i . " dd :»t a »
veil. To Mother«
gat«*. SI : <•' Wiil’itin-. SI.50. I‘a*-kag»-s to
Th.’ M-dfi rd Instilling and li. fining <
Timber 14ind fur Sate.
figure, »»s 1 till unab ¡■to run thi-m .« iy < ‘ii j«r. a.«d 1» ii.'.-ti»« is it has pr<>v«-d a I»!» re-ing
.»arri* «1 “ *f* ly at rea- nabb- rat»--. Satisfue <>w .ng to ill hi •alti». 1 -r further | art leu..it’s
Two thou.-and a» r«-s «»t sugar-piiu* and tir ar«? n-adv to buy «-orn. ami mil ¡»ay 5<> r.-nt
1>< »'« is.
ti u guaranteed.
vti piii» at the T imi .'< Hlh-»‘.
i Any person wjstrng to sell propt rty w r timber in tht u |*| m r Rogu« river eountr.x i I
POfitTIQH, R jiijqu N.
A. L oulen , Contractor.
A. K WILLIAMS'.
MJU>¥>bKl 4 LTlUotf, Mudierd.
App'j lvb. t Aikt u. PiLfeptxi. VugoE
Dud it tu lÜLix intendi tu call and see us
Notice of Public Examina
E IS HEUEin GIVEN THAT FOR
the purpose ««f making an examination of
i I p«-r.ft<«ns who may otter thcimu 1 v«-sascandi-
5»die>' burnishing Soods.
di»t«*s tor t«-acher-ft «»' t h<* seh«x»lB of this coun
ty theCountx Sch»*»1 <up»*rmt«-iid«-nt th»T«-»»f
v» ill hold a puf>li<- exam nation »u Jacksonville,
Jackson county, <)r«wun, on
Stoves, Tinware. Cutlery,
W h I hcm I iiii ,
c. s. price .
« ounty >» hool Superintendent
< ounty, Or«*g»»n.
Lowest Rating Prices.
In th» Justice s Court of the Stat' of Oregon
tor th«- County of Jackson, pr«*ciuct of
Jacob < onl»-y. plaintiff, vs. Isaac Center, de
fendant; action l<» r»*covcr money.
l’«> Isaac < • liter, the abov» naim-d derendant.
IN THE NAME OF TH ESTATE OF OREGON
I V«»u ar«- ti« r« by required to Kpp»*Hr and
anftwer th«* complaint <•! the k I m > vv Piamlitt
in th« abov«-«*ntlth’d Court, now on til«- with
th« Justi«-«.* ol tin- J’cac»- of said Court,
within t«*n «lays
from the dat«- ol tin*
M-rvic«’ <d this summons upon you, if
ft<-!\«*«i hi Jtukson County, Oregon; but
if ft«-rv»*d in any < ther county in the State ot
Oregon, then within twenty days lrom the
dat« ol th«’ M-rvn-i’ of this summonsui»ori you;
or it *<-rv»-»l on you out of th«- Stair «>1 Or» gon,
or by pubiication. Own by the tw«nty-
tlr-t day ot
N ov « iii I h r. js’.q.
ar«- hereby notified that it you fwii to
appear ami ariftu« r said c«>mp!aint, as h»-r« t»y
required. Hu- i’laintifl will apply t«> tb<court
for a judgim-nt against y«m forth«-sum of
<»m- liundn <1 and twclv»* dollars and thirty
rents *112 3»»'. and lor the costs and »lis-
burftcim-ntift ot this action.
l*ui-:ifth«-d hi th» l*t m » m hath Tt.MF.ft by
or<l« r «•! W. J. Ply niKl»-, Justice «»! th«* Pvac«-.
made on < ictobcr ♦», 1BH1.
W M COLV1G.
Attorm-v for Plaintiff
THE ONLY TRUE
. To all Points East and South.
St. Paul * Chicago
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
REDLAND -I- NURSERY,
A H. CARSON i SON, Proprietors.
FOR TORPID LIVER.
100,000 TREES IN STOCK,
A. D. CHARLTON,
Apple. Pear. Peach,
Plum. Prune. Apricot
Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheu
matism, Sallow Skin ana Piles.
Too Much load
Shade aiitlOrnanienlal Trees
Foreign and Domes ie Woolens, Etc,
Is King of the Blood, Liver and
Administrator's Sale of Real
In the County Court of th»* State of Oregon,
for tii» < . unty of Jackson, sitting for the
transaction ot probat»- business.
In the matte! uf the cstaf» ot John E. R om ,
«*TI< E Is HEREBY GI V L n TH AT BY VIR-
tu«'otan order ami In-« ns« <»f theabuve.
» nt ith-d court, in the above-ent it! t*d matter, 1
Saturday, S\a*iHber /
at 2 o’«-i<»ck i*. m ., sell at th»* Courthouse door
in .lacksoiiviiie. <*r«-goti, the following de-
ft»-rib«*»i j-eal-« ftt.it»-, to-w it.
Th«- m >rt h u, < d 1st." I. 2, 3. 4 und 5. and wret Vt
of section l»i it» tounstdp
thirty si-ven south, of rang, two west. con.
taming M e acres. The east Vy of north» a«t
U "! s»-cli<m 12, in township 3”, south, range
i w« st.«.•ntaining XUWaiTi-s. Als«» the north
‘y oi donation land < laiin No. »A*, in township
f. - nth, «»I rang»* 2 west. All in Jackson
< ounty . «Iregon. Th«- ham«- being th«- »»repel ! v
I .3 th» «-stat« «4 John E. Ross. duceiUM'd.
Terms gold coin at day ot sal«-.
NOt«--All th» ataive land will be sold in lots
to hu t pur» has» rs, <>i so mm h thereof as may
b< n«-«-.-ftftjuy to pay th«- i»»debt«•dm’ss of th«*
i • i nift
p« r « « tit. of the purchas»- pri< e
«aftirenday of sah ; t h«* balance cash on con
tinuation of sale by the county court
A’iniiiif-trHtrix of tin-
’s Sale. of John E.
Ross d u« *<*as« Referee
pi IKMAN.-E ol A I>E< HEE MAIfE ON
'I th« J»>th »lay »«1 >• pt« mb» r. IsVl. by t In* <-ir
I cuit »*«mrt <d th»* state »•» Oregon for JH«ksoii
unty. in a suit f«»r partition «4 r« al pr« j « »tv
wh» i« h Mary » . M n r i- plaintiff hix AU *
.ai» M. M 'i " <i«f«ndant, ami by virtiie
an v'i» r duly issue«] out <4 said cii«*uit court
on Hie abox» imntiomd dat«-. 1 am, ns th»*
r«í' t<» appoint»«] for that |>ur|»«*c. author
ized ami dir« et« d t«» sell th«- li» rei naff er d»*-
-< i it»» di < a! pi ■ i < rty I m longing to said nlain-
h-ndanr, m the mann« r previa» «1 ty
aw. N< w . th« r« lor«, in olirdi« nc«-to said ort.
d. r. I w HI < tt« r for sal« nt public auction, to
th»- highest ami I»« st bidd< r.at tlie court-bous«*
d«»or in Jacksonville, in said county, state
of < H« v«»n. on
SSTI Kl'SY, XOl'CX/iER 7, ZAP/.
At th«-hour «4 2 o ’ c I» m k r. M. of said day, all
th»-right, tit I»-, nt« rest an«j claim of t lu*said
Mary *. Mili« i. piamoti, and UiiiiHinM Mil
ler. «b f« miaut, tn ami to th, luliouitig de
si i ib« «1 real «-stat« . t«*-wit:
i li« stiliti)« list qui»rt»-rof thesoi!th<-Hst«|uar-
I« r, ami !«»t tw.. ,2 of M-ction 31. in t. wnship
¡‘, > . R. 4 W.. of W. M.. coniaimiitf 7*>.'.«s acro:
a|ft»>.th« m»rth«ast »¡Harter of the north« ast
quart« r, ami lot «»m- (1; of s»-ctioti six (♦. . in
tow nslup 3s S.. li. 4 U . <4 \V. M.. containing
acr«-s.in ad <>n<- hun»ir<*d and Ilf ty - tour and
• m v« ri-hundr«*dths 154.U7 m-n sot land.situate
ami lx ing in Jn« k"* n c«»unty, stat« «4 ( »r» gon.
Th«-t«rn *. of such sab*, as per said d«-<-r«-c,
hball b«-1he payment »»I on«*.half of the pur-
ehas«* pi ire tlu r«*«4 m « ash on th«- first day of
t lu- m _\t r« guia» term of iliis« «.urt; the other
one-half o! said pun has« price to ]»<• paid
w ithin nm« .’.* nn»nths from th«-ord«-r of <-on-
tirmation * I -al«i **:.!« by said court, th? |»ay-
»n« nt »1 win« h shall I»« s« cured by morigage
upon all <>t -a «1 pr< î»« rfy . 'l he patty making
su« h purchas« slab ih taquin d to pky R) p« r
«»id. up< h th» -mtin puu-has»- pri<-<* at the
mm «4 sal» . sut j»a-t io confirmât ion of sale
by said circuit e»*urt.
‘Given under my hand thia Wh day of Oc
SILAS J. DAY. Referee
Stomach—It has never
FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT.
— LIVER CVRE.
Free 3-jt.es to ana frem the Hotel.
WHEN WE SAY CURE "
Xor. ii, ib'Ji,
<’•jiniin ncing at 12 o'clock.
OF ALL KINDS
Chilean's Short Clothes,
s < h « m > i . H i ’ pehintenhent ,>
J A( KS»»N VILLE, Oct. 24, 1*1*1. )
T he C ounty
Prartire of me<l-
icine Rads me to
>• cotriineiid the s.
B I leadaelic and
Liver Cnte an "ale
Well Drilling and Pros
THE SB MEO.C in E
PRlCt 50 CtHTS PU R0TTU. I Un
I. V »snEnrooi.,
AKIN, SELLINO & CO.'S
REAL-ESTATE ON COMMISSION.
City and Country Property Fur Sale.
D r ; KENNEDY’S
ill n>I.I.<>WISG TIME M IIF.III'I.E WILL
tak<- « 1!« ct Sunday . F« b. 22, 1x91.
L< avi- Jacksonvill»* at x 31) a . m ., 1:00 p. m . and
5 4? r. M.
L«-av«-Wh»*tr«H.-k at R.-40 a . m .. 112 p. m and
5:4x I*. M.
L« iv» Harbaugh’s at ^:43 i m . 1 17 r. m . and
5.51 r. M.
L» av«- 1 hivisvil!<• at s.5u A. M., 1;27 I*. M. and
5. V» !*. M.
\rrivr at Medford al
tai a . m , i:4i'i*. M.and
Lav« Medford at 10:011 A. M..2:00 I*, m and
7.311 I*. M
L« av« l».»visville at 10:10 a . M., 2.12 P. m and
7:37 p. M.
L« av< Harbaugh sat 10:17 a . m .,!’-.2* i p m and
7:41 I* M.
I.« av. Whetr« < k at 10:20 a m ., 2Ä p. m . and
7:45 I*. M
Arrivi ut .iHck-i’iivllle al |< ,:iu A M i «(l r *N