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CHAS. KICK BLU
M amaus ».
Cl IT AO «ATM.
President (liirtwIMrtuid; Tic. -president,
Adl.TMcveh-o; .«rvMry ui slate Walter Q.
Gresham- lecrrtarj ot treasury, John G. Lar-
llale eeerelary <<i Interior. Hoke Smith; «cere.
tarr of war, Datil 8. Lamont; secretary of
navy. Hilary A. Herbert; secretary of asricul-
ture'j Sterling Morton; postmaater-irenera..
Walter 8. Biaae'l. a t tor uey-y eneral. H. Oln< y
mtatk or ofciuoM.
u.tt. aenatora, J. H. Mitchell, J. N Dolph:
<5Oi><rvwui<'ii, B Hermann, w. K. nil • guv-
„rnor.it Heutioyer: secretary of slate, Georae
W McBride; alate treasurer. Ehl I. Melschan;
alate prlnter.r. C. Baker.Supt. public luatruc-
IM. It. B. MeKiroy: supreme Judr«^ K. 8.
Ii<«a. chief Juatlte. If. 8. Moore, U a. Wolver
ton; railroad eomiaiasKmera. I. A. Macruiu.
J B Kddy. H. B. Couipaoo; clerk of com
mission. Lydell Baker.
c I. UAsv orncim.
iteeebur« — Xeceiver, K. 8. Sheridan, reg
ister, M. M. Ycalck.
ladlevtew-Hacelver. V. U duelling, regis
ter. W. A. Wilshire.
nstrr judicial pistuict .
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, THURDAY. OCTOBER 11. 1894.
HOW TO BUILD A SILO.
They Lead a Pwcarlou» Lit«, bat Ara Ph!,
lowplur« All tb« rtma.
From the Wisconsin experiment sta
A writer iu the London Quiver say»
tion coriiw some of the best of silo in that the costers are now a large claea.
formation. Silage being a heavy food, Though the coster’s work is extremely
€3-0 nera I
the silo ought to be lix'ated as near the hard and his profit« are precarious he
stock as possible. Cheap silos are often liver, for a good purpose. When he tqieaks
built in the barn. A root cellar or a of himself as “ft general dealer,” he
portion of it can frequently be convert means that he trades in anything which
ed into a silo by taking out the floor enables him to turn an honest penny.
above and building a wooden wail to His ordinary mode of life is even lower
the height of the bam plates. It should than is meant by living from hand to
tie so located as to be tilled from the liouth. When he turns out iu the small
outside. Ample space for entting box, hours of the liw&rniug to look round the
and wagon is neefwnry. Stone markets, he may not even know whether
Exceptional ly (loot!
or brick is now seldom used unless it this traffic for the day will consist in
is desirable to make use of standing fish, vegetables or fruit. He may take
walls of masonry, and even in such a hasty penny braakfast in the street
cases it is better to have the walls lined and then go to Billingsgate with the
idea of "loading up” with the first, only
The cheapest floor cinsists of solid to find that everything is too dear, and
Comprising Jackson, Josephine, Luke snd
clay, raised a few inches above the sur then he must hie away to Spitalfields or
Klamath e luntlcs: circuit Judaea, H. K. Han
na, W.c. Hale:dia.netattorney. H. L. Benaor.;
face of the surrounding ground. The Covent Garden. When he thus ariaes
wuihsr bourd ot v^uallaatn.n, A. C. Au Lion.
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foundation should be of stone or brick, with the lark, he cannot tell whether he
though not necessary. Concrete formed will have "a gaxi day” or a very poor
«enalor. 8. H. Holl, representatives, J. A.
Jeffrey, 8. M. Nealon, Geo. W. Dunn; county
of gravel and cement is equally goal, one.
Judge, J. K. Nell; coninusaloners, 8. Furry,
especially up to the surface of the
The most despairing time of all is
W. 11. Bi «delta w; clerk, N. A. JacoiM; sheriff,
■» Palteraoli; recorder Grunt Kawlinga; treaa-
ground. The wall upon which the sills when the markets all round are too dear
rer, D. Liun; sso< ssor, J. L. wooldridge;
rest should be at least six inches above to allow of the barrow being "loaded
iiool auperliilcndeni. Qua. Newbury; sur
veyor. H. W. Kennedy; coroner.D. M mower;
the floor and eight inches above the up. ” If the coster can clear 3 or 4 shil
«luck impector jaa. Helms.
ground surface. The sills should be an lings in the day, he will not be down
JOdkPMlgg count I.
choret’, to the masonry by means of iron hearted, and should he earn nothing, or
Jolul senator. W.8. Vaaderburg; represen
rods. They may be matte of two pieces even make a loss, he looks at the mat
tative,H. G. Smith; county Judirr, J. M China;
.Mttumisaioncra. J. K. Seyterlh, T. K. Croxtou;
of 2 by 8 or 2 by 10 inch stuff spiked ter as philosophically as one could ex
clerk. C. B. Harmon; »heriff. Jos. G. Hlalt;
together. These should be painted with pect. There are shrewd business men
treasurer, A Bartlett; asaeaaor, C. M. Siltea;
coal t.,r ami bedded in mortar, with the among the costers who rise into thriv
¡2.0. McCulloch; coroner. W. If. Kremer.
ends crossed at the comers and well I ing shopkeepers. The bank establish
ment for their own use teaches them to
Joint senator, C. A. Cogswell oi u».c-, rebre-
Studs smaller than 2 by 8 inches are save, and the evening tor receiving de
senlative.V. Conn ut lake;county Judge,C. 8.
Moor«-, tommlsaloners, Jas. T. Henley. John
seldom used, even for small structures. posits will be one of the liveliest of the
Wells; clerk. A. L. Leavitt; sheriff. A. A.
Experiments carried on at the Wiscon week. The fact is also learned that
Filch; treasurer, Alex. Martlu; assessor.A . T.
Wilson; school suixTiiiteodent. Lucy Gordon;
sin experimental station, with a view there is strength in unity, so that the
ser.eyor, A. urntei. coroner, K. G. Galbreath.
IIitM By F’ar The
to determine the pressure which was London Union of General Dealers in
safe to allow on the sides of a silo, its way exi"-cises as farreaehing an in
Joint senator, C. A. 1 ogsweli ot lake; repre-
seniailve, V. Coun ot Laks;couuty Judge. K.
showed that to insure against bending fluence as a city guild.
M. Bi attain: oomu-lsa oiiers, J. Mclibeny.
the studs should not lie less than 10
The chairman might correctly have
A. V. Lane;clerk, W. A. .daasingill, sheriff, V.
P. Lane; treasurer, J. 8. Field; assessor, F. K.
inches wide for a silo 16 feet deep, and described himself in the words of out
Harris; sebooi superintendent, J. J. Monro« ;
not less than 12 inches for 18 to 20 feet of his brethren, “I ain’t a eddicated
surveyor, C. t. Moore; coroner, J. W.
In Moutliem Orojr-on
deep, and wider in proportion as the person, but I know wot’s wot.” He
Of all kinds drawn up, espi-ciully pertaining
rows or j acusohvillb .
depth increases. In these tèsts the up proved this characteristic by rising into
to the settlement of estates.
Trustees. J. Nuuau. president, G. M. Love,
rights were 18 inches apart. To be se a thriving tradesman, having one or
T. Cameron, J. V . While, K. Kulill; recorder.
Silas J. Day; treasurer, Jas. Croneniiller;street
Collator of Atcouuti Prompt Rcmitlanci-». cured against latterai pressure the studs two shops, and when on one occasion
oomiulaaiouer. W Bl. Heely; marshal.C. Furcell.
should be mortired into the sills. his errand boy stole a box containing
The trustees of Jacksonville bold fbeir reg
ular sessions on Bret Tuesday In each mouth.
Strength in the walls 'is most essential nearly 100 sovereigns the police would
Manina or coukth
not believe that such a man had so
Investment securities a»iiccialty. Jackson (.the pressure being very great), in ordei
The supreme court of Oregon meets at
to prevent spreading, which admits th« much money to be stolen. The fact
County Scrip bought and told.
Salem, regular terms commencing on the Orel
Mondays In March amt October; also at Fed-
was ns stated, however, and the “gen
tt* (and« in this county, »»d receive Abrtraoty air and spoils the ensilage. The usua1
Hel m, commencing oi Brat Monday In May.
monthly from Kosebutirand the State Land lining consists of two thicknesses of
eral dealer” still continued to make
Tbecircull oourt for ns- Brat Judicial district
Department ut Salem ot a'l new entr'eg maih'
alts In Jai'keou countj^on Bist Mondays iu
boards, joints broken. A thickness of progress, while he was well kuown to
I am thus prepared to make out homestead
April, September and December. In Klamath
papers «nd can save tn partits the expense o> tarred paper should tie u,:ed between the
Lord Shaftesbury, who publicly alluded
county on second Munday la Juno and drat
a trip to the Roseburg land office.
Monday in November. ,n Lake county on the
layers of the boards.
to him as “My friend------ . ” At first
third Monday in May and the sec.iud Monday
The officers of the Wisconsin station sight it may appear to be a humble
In October. In Josephine county on the brat
l hare a Sttmb r rf Xiw f arm» and
Mo.nlayalii March and August.
painted silos. If the silo is built in thing to lie a leading spirit among such
other deeirable property <» »»1/
Fur Jackson county the county,probate anu
side the bam, no lining on the outside humble folk, but in a way there is am
baud» far onto.
commlaalouers' courts meet every moutu,
will bo required. As a mie, the ensilage ple f.eope for administrative ability and
commencing with the first Mouduy. For Jose
made to nd letters,
phine coiiuty, the hist Monday ill Juuuaiy,
settles badly in the comers. The cor enterprise.
Apt II. July and fli'pti'inber. For Lakecounty,
Hi'fer*. by pi'i-miasion.to Hon. 11. K. Hanna. ners may be filled by using a three cor
every alternate mouth, commencing the Bret
llouday In January. For Klamath county,the
PLAYING IN THE GARRET.
nered piece of timber made bv splitting,
busmess house in Jacksonvnie.Ag j DAy
Brat wuduiwday In March,Juno, September
say, a 6 by 6 inch scantling with a saw.
A Boarding School for Girls,
Some of the Resources and Pleasures of the
The doors may be continuous from top
Playroom Under the Roof.
with Superior Advantages.
to bottom, thus forming a chute through
"There is one delight, ” said a man
which tho ensilage may <irop to the
Tra IisHTtmss 1
floor of the cattle stable, or there may who was reared in a small town, “that
Grvxs Citimi L IMTSLLICTUAL J
a space of several feet left behind I suppose many children born in great
immoi to Txi )
WM. M. COLVIC,
The former method is more con cities never know, and that is the de
light of playing in the garret Many
ATbOMNKY AND COlINSKMiK AT L a W.
venient for feeding, but the latter ad<l-
city children, to be sure, have relatives
strength to the silo and prevents the
in the country or iu smaller cities oi
walls front spreading. If outside doors
Will practice In all court« of rhe «late.
towns whom they have visited, who live
are used, they should be hung on hinges.
Utile« in the Court H uimv .
in houses with garrets, and these know
best method for arranging the in
Capital Stock, - $50,000.00 The
something of the delights of the garret,
side is to place short boards across the
but there mast be many city childre:
P. P. PRIM a »ON.
MRS. SARAH K. WHITE, Principal
doorway, which will be held in place
who never even heard the name.
ÀTTOKNKYS aNU counskloks at law .
by the weight of the ensilage and can
“For myself, I remember well a gar
Keceint drpos'ts subject to check or on
uv built up as the height of the ensi
ret to which 1 used to climb in rainy
certificóte payable on demand.
lage increases, icehouse fashion. By
weather up a steep and narrow flight oi
Will practice In all court« of the elate. Office
Sell sight drafts on Kev fork, Sun the use of tar paper the air can be ex stairs. It was warm and rather stuffy
In the Court Huuav, accund door on the H«bt
of Fuitranc j.
khancisco and Portland.
in the garret, but the rain made music
Telegraphic transfers sold on all points
on the shingled roof, and the garret it
Wire and Picket Fence.
J. R. NEIL,
in the Uni ted States
Have end posts not less than 8 inches self was full of treasures. There wat
AITOHNKV and COUNSKLOH AT LAW.
Special attention given to Collections a,,d square, well braced and three or four room, ts begin with, space to move
end poets are about in, though you needed to look out
feet in the ground. The eud
rirst-elase Business ant Normal School
general business of our customers
Ja 'G um UI i *, Or
the life of the fence. Set line posts
poets two a little for the timber in the sloping
Will practice ill ill courts of lue Stall'. Office
for 1 h >*.1 i Sexes
8. F. CASH,
J- P- TUFFS,
rods apart, and where they stand in a roof. There was a swing from two ol
in tee Court Hous«*, last door on leit ol «¡li
ihe beams, and we used to swing «uu
V'ce President • depression of the ground nail an inch
swing iu that and never get tired of it.
It. A. B ooth . C ater-
There was a chimney up through tbit
Lionel K. Webster.
Austlu 8. Hammond.
garret, a great, big, friendly chimney,
WEBSTER A HAMMONO,
and we used to play tag around that
chimney until we couldn’t run any
A FruHN KY8-AT-LA W.
W MUL NO SQUEAKING.
more There was a j?reat lot of old
n agazinea, and these were an unfailing
FRENCH« ENAMELLED CALF.
source of delight. There were ohl bookr
E. KIRCHQESSNER, M. 0.,
In queer type, and with strange locking
♦ 3.5.® P0LICE.3 soles .
pictures. There were queer ohl hail
PHYSICIAN AND 8 U HU KO N,
FENCE OF WIRE AND PICKETS,
covered trunks, with round tops, stud
board 10 inches square oil bottom of ded with brass headed nails. Ill tlrss«
This treat Vegetable
$2 A7-5 B oys 'S chool S hdes . post to prevent pulling out. I put up trunks and around in the garret wen
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«.'Ilice at rcahietiee, south casi «orase C and
ticn of n farnouH French physician, will quickly cut e von of ull r:« r-
voua or di»-uses oi the generative organs, euch
eight wires, the first 812 inches from curious, old fashioned men’s clothes,
‘h hi LoatManhofxi,
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q N-^rvonn Debihtv.
ground, then 4, 4^, 6, 7, 8L4 and 10 and the most extraordinary gowns ant
Pimples, Unfitness to Marry, Exlianaung Drains. Varir<w!e an«l
«tops all lJs-ses
I oamcs by day or night. Prevent«
SEND FOB CATALOGUE
O. r. DEMOREST'
inches apart. Do not drive staple tight. capes and hats of women—not fancy
►f discharge, which if not check
’ leads to S
jm » t matorrhœa and
Have pickets sawed 1 by I1, inches, costumes, but the real things, such at
arrncr >«««> ec-rrn <11 the horrors Imi»otency. «’VPIiJKAiEcleumsintu‘liver, the
acruriL and Mr ten
and the urinary onranpof ail impurities.
bind them on trnsses and saw in one- they actually wore many years ago, anti
CVPIDENE strengthens and restnr-s small we ;k organ*.
You can save money by purcka«iag W. L.
Thj r-ason suff* iers are > ot cured bv l»«M-tors is b th use ubiety per eer* e.re troubled witf.
inch, with crosB cut, same dis looking stranger than anything yot
only known remedy co cure without an opj-rati.in .5»» OiiTlmoni
Because, we sre the largest manufacturer« of
til.v A writceu gu-'-ant'M’ riven and money returned if s'X boxes doea not eiiecl u petjuam nt cure
tance apart as wires, and while on the could hire at a costann i-'s. We used t<
advertised shoes in the world, and guarantee
fj.iiOubox sixn»rf'».o .by mail. Send for frew circular and testimonials,
the value by stamping the nt.tne and price on
trusses drive a sixpenny nail close to dress up sometimes in these old, old
OR. CEO. O'B. DEBAR.
▲cdre«a D.l Vol* RwpICIXK <’O^ P. O. F^x 2UTG,San Frand.4CO.Cni. ¥rrr Salc.'m
the bottom, which protects you against high
each notch, about half wav in. so as to things and parade around in lite garret
prices and the middleman’s profits. Our shoes
Mual custom work in style easy fitting and bend it over the wire.
Put the stays or and have great times gem.iuily, and s<
wearing qualities. We have them so.d every
pickets two feet apart. Cut three forgot ourselves in tho delights of tilt
where it fewer prices for toe value given than
ary other make Take no substitute If yout
fourths of them 27 inches long and one- garret that the very world itself looket.
Ota« «' and reeld-noe on California Street.
dealer cannot supply you, we can. bold by
Calls attended promptly day or night
fourth of them long enough to reach the strange when we came down stairs and
Dealer, whose name will shortly
V e will send von the mar-
I AM NOW A
at top wire. This is a cheap fence, says a back to it.
vvlous French’ preparation
OR. J. B. WAIT,
“What is there iu the big city thaï
correspondent of Ohio Farmer, who built
CALTHOS iree, by sealed
the place of the gerret?”—Nev.
PHYSICIAN AND 8VHGKON.
mail, and a legal Ruarautee
A. n . soliss .
IV. H. PAUKE«.
that C althus will
Notary Public. money, not counting posts and labor:
A t tor ney-at - La w.
Chicago. <kt. 6,1R93.
670 lbs. galvanized wire. No. 10..................... $14 07
•‘I was troubled with •miRNÍons
Miners’ and Farmers
OUR FALL STOCK IS NOW OPEN
PRICES THE VERY LOWEST.
Men’s Suits, complete, from $5.00 to $20.00
Soliciting your patronage and guaranteeing satisfaction, I am
J« NUNAN, Jacksonville.
SILAS J. DAY,
REAL ESTATE AGENTI
BEST EQUIPPED JOB OFFICE
The Annie Wright Seminary.
THE TIMES JOB OFFICE
lb more complete by tar than anv other «»Bice
n Southern Oregon, and compares lavoraulv
with any In the State. Job Printing of every
imaginable «leseriptlondoiie at San Francisco
rates, arid Ina prompt ami llrst-class snd eat
i«la« t ny manner
CUSTOMS OF COSTERS.
informatiou Concerning the 1'oundatlou,
Flooring, Studding, Lining, Corners, Etc.
Cash or Goods paid for all kinds of Farm Produce«
W.L. D ouglas
The town of Willintnsbridge, N. Y.,
is controlled politically by a womaa
“bose.” She is Mrs. Elizabeth Hielmm
and is known as “(¿ueeu Elizabeth.
She is u wtmietress, rivals in real estate,
is a lolwiyist at Albany, is a notary puk-
lie and hae made WilJiantsbridge b
good, bustling town out of tlx»
villapt it was. Incidentally zL-. I •«
made <150.000 during the past :
years. She >• a comely widow, ‘
fat and 40. ”—Chicago Tribune.
Food l or Thought.
Here is food for thought in a question
propounded by a Boston woman. “What
would provtaL" aho r.:'l;s. "if we were
to bav» nnivt rsa! suffiag« iu MuHachu-
■•etts our disfranchising the male pipu-
laiiou? Nothing in ihe world if w<
'.witc:l. Tin re ar»'40,000 more wo. ..«n
than men in ini'- slate, ami we should
have it r.ll our own w;:v nr.d weald soon
I* misters of the jioht.ieal situation."
Will I'fi’ie th«» Yule Meu.
Mrs. Filipp«, whose husband is a part-
!<-r of Andrew Carnegie, and who has
i»«'H Lord Lytton’s place at Kneb-
worth, lias invited tie Yale men to
im her, and she will give a ball in their
honor. Her son, a YrJc undergraduate,
knows the meu of the team well and
went over on the New York with them.
A Pretty Variation.
At Tufts college Hass day this year
tho girl students marched in the procea-
viott for the first time. It was only the
t'rosbman class whose ranks were thus
varied. The Boston Herald says, “A
very pretty variation they were, too,
and a much more unfamiliar one than
they will be in the future. ”
Mrs. Fulmer*« Appointment.
Mrs. Fanny Purdy Palmer of Provi
dence has been appointed state factory
inspector under the new law by Govern
or Brown. She will hold the office
three years, with a salary of «1,500 a
year. Mrs. Palmer is a woman of brood
culture and a writer of ability.
Miss Margaret Foley is still overseer
of the stoue yard in New Brunswiok,
where she was engaged last year. The
yard is owned hy Mr. Nelson, city treas
urer, who is ler*,; ted as saying that his
overseer has all theoomnion sense, phys
ical endurance and force of character of
the best men.
Mrs. Grace M. Kimball of Oakland,
Cal., haaracently been granted an im
portant patent for a ‘sash fastener”
which holds the window securely wiien
it is either open or closed. It is described
as an ingenious, simple and effective de
An English woman «-rites iu on. of
their journals: “The mannish woman
is peonliar to England. An American
woman does pretty ntmrly everything a
mau does, but she doesn’t de it in a
mannish way. ”
Buckles are now seen on almost every
costume. Twisted ones of sterling ail-
ver and gold rope are among the latest
designs and are worn at either the throat
Mis« Alioe Stone Blackwell, the only
daughter of the late woman suffrage ad-
vocaL .Lm>* Stone, has taken up her de
ceased mother’s life work.
Dr. Sarah Hackett Stevenson has re
jeived the degree of doctor of science
from the University of Pennsylvania.
If the Baby ¡8 Cutting Teeth.
Be sure and use that old and well-tried
remedy, Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup
for children teething It soothes the child,
softens the gums, allays the pain, cutes
wind colic and is the best remedy for
diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
Land For Sale.
Fourteen acres of fine alfalfa land lo
cated one-quarter of a mile west of Cei •
tral Point and adjoining the fair ground:.
For particulars cal) on *r address
J. D. S tevens , Jacksonville. Or.
Sold at City Drug Store. Jacksonville.
Office ou Main street. In Childers' Building.
Calls promptly attended to day or night.
OR. E. P CEARY
AND 8U BS BON.
and varinocele, and had been
vexualiy weak tor M,v«n ÏW-.
lluriuu tr>. I«.« tour room 1
lri*1 «vor, rmuriy th.t wuMnold
«nd trot no robot tor any of tnr
troublo. until I took CA ■ .THOS— It rarrd «nd
r -.lured «1. Knd I
uou u ni...“
I I ilrwt frMB M. nt tkuMokU,
PARKER & SOLISS,
RESTORE Loat Vigor.
Use it $ pay if satisfied.
Otter In Opera House. Kcaideiice oppo-
«Ile Prvaby turiuii church.
I— ELY’S CREAM BALM-Cfe«n«. tke Nasali
P b « m << m «, Allay. Pain and Inflammation, Heals
I the Sores, Keatores Taste an«i Smell, and Cures]
DR. fc. a. PICKEL
Calls promptly attended to day ot n gilt.
Onice on îth street.
8 U BUBON.
Ami» int» iht XottriU.------- It it Quickly Abtorbrd.
w by maiL ELY BEOS., 56 Warren SL, N. Y.j
DR. J. W. ODCERS.
Has p.iruiane««tly located In Medford for tb«
prattle* ot d«ntlstry.
From a asiuniiel
practice of over fourteen ytwra 1 am pr<-
par'd to guaraiuve entire aatlstaction.
Ortie« over Stover's drug-store.
Ku.ranu—d to cure ail nervous disease., sucu a:
ea^ Memory-. Ixesof Bruin
Power. Headache. Water Ulrica. Lost Manhood,Mirbtly Ktuisaioos, Nervous^
neM.aildralnsand los.of powerin GenerativeO,of either sermrut
by overexertlon, youthful error«, excessive use of toouevo. cntuai urge n-
ulanu, which Mad to lnarmlty. Consumption or Insanity. Can be -arri'din
vest nocket. *1 per box. • for Mo. by mall.prana ,J. with >«8.» mier w»
iSlve a writtea guarantee te eure or refund the wui.-r. ;a,ld a. a , I
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gnu A>-tkals:sa. m plain wrapper. AddreM Bl kk ▼N S££D CO., Masonic l.-rnr-.e,« bicx . ua .
•"rmle in Jacksonville,Ore., by J. W. ROBINSON' S CITY DRUG s 'U i U is .
DR. w . S. JONES,
SV KG K O N.
OSes Is Hamlin's Block, up-atalra.
Latest auil Bast Forms
at City Pi ices.
TIMES PRINTING CO.
Heal-estate. Financ'al. Insurance Amenta
avl Investment Broker« General Conwy,
«.■«•rr and Si-nrclicni of Record«. Title« to
'l*«id . tamfned
MONEY loaned on best ,«e-
twitv at best rate«. Ki al-i-state bought and
whl on commission. Special attention de-
'T-.I.-d to eolli ctione a»d remittances prornpt-
Is in ldc. Moderate rates, imor diate action,
<y«ick rep«»rte and prompt returns. Dcpoai-
ESTATES SETTLED AND HENT8 COL
c..mntorclal Ctiaatinn, m rcamile collec-
T’,.>ns sun matters n probate iriv< n spi ' c I h !
! MHention anircC'tnomlcal manawmnnt auar-
lioteid. Correspondence solioited.
34 lbs. No. 6 iviru nails........
filbs. Il« inch staples........
Saw bill for picket stays....
A (.«lupalaii Relic.
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Agriculture New. and Notes.
L. O. Howard, a gradnute of Cornell
university anil for eight years first a
gistant to Entomologist Riley of the d< ■
partmeiit of agriculture, has been pro
moted as entomologist to suiveed Dr.
Riley, who h:ts resigiiwl.
Professor C. S. Plumb, director of
Purdue university agriculture station,
has sent out a bulletin telling the valu>
COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY.
of the soja bean as a substitute for
The French legislatr.v has agreed to
raise the tariff on wheat front 264,
cents to 33
cents per bushel, which
is probably the highest tariff now re
corded anywhere on grain.
m te» ( . < . 7? A A Äi .11.4 Ar‘ A fit 4 A K.
It is told that the stocks of evaporat
JACKSO >VtLLP, OR.
ed apple« are extremely low the world
over, with high prices prevailing.
•F1IB CNDEHSIGNED HAfE FOBMED A:
According to official report, the peach
1 .'«i.pnrtni rsh'p w'th an author'ziil capitai
• if S-'A®’0. f '1' the t>urP°,4e ,,f vurryingona crop, commercially considered, is prac
«;i ru«nl ¡Linking liiinm*« in all its liruncheu tically a fai lure.
The condition of ap-
- n .Ir-ikrnn'ill«'. Or'*g*’f>. O»ltce at the old
■«tatid ni ih'.'ktr.r.n'a Banking House, N.W.cir- nles is rather better than that of peaches.
,,1-r CMfot nut and Thin* nt mete.
Wheat news front Kansas and Nebras
C ? BBRKMAN.
ka is not encouraging.
THOS. G. KEAMSS.
And yet lives in ignorance of
A relic of the presidential campafgr,
of 183-1, consisting of a copper coin is
sued by the opponents of Andrew Jack
son, is in the possession of Ira H. Ben
jamin of Romeo, Mich. Ou one side,
encircling the center, are the words:
1834. ” In the center is the figure of t
hog-running, with the words, “My
Third Heat” on it Above the hog.
"My Victory.” Below it, “Down With
the Bank. ” On the other side, encir
cling the center, are the words, “My
Sabstitnte For the U. S. Bank ” In the
center is a medallion of Jackson, and
below it the words: “Experiment My
Currency. My Giory. ’’—Chicago Her
the fact that a single applica
tion of the CUTICURA REME
DIES, will, in the majority of
cases, afford instant relief, per
mit rest and sleep and point
to a speedy, permanent, and
economical cure, when the best
physicians and all other rem
Wonders, and its cures of tor
turing, disfiguring, and humil
iating humors are the
wonderful ever recorded.
Many cases of catarrh might be avoid
ed and others greatly relieved if at the
first sign of any trouble in the "early
snuffles” period the nose and throat
were thoroughly «preyed at leant once a
day with oue part of listeriue mixed
with two parts of water. A throat spe
cialist thinks thia treatment as much a
part of the good and cleanly toilet an
brushing the teeth or L >ir or bathing.
—New York Pont.
Bold throughout tho world. P ottbb Dura
ANBC’HK .<>iKf.,MOIe prut* » BoNtun.
About th« Blood and tikin,” mailed fret-
Facial nieniiahea, faliing hair «nd «im
pie baby raahes prevented by < uticura Auap.
Instantly relieved by a Catl-
< ura FiaaieV, l»ec«u«e u vi-
MuSCUiar Ultzes the nerve turces and
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