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TUB OIUHIOS 8BKTIXBI
ron Tin; imu:siu:noy in 1808,
VLVHjKt B. Mlt.lNT,
or tnt cMttti mm.
"Will ilono, thon. ro! and Mllifiil .mini." Th rfe
rVhte rowirdt for pitilot. punlalimial Tor triltoii.
fok Tim vice rjuwmn.vcr,
For IMr.litcntlal Ittetlori I
0. .TACOHSJ of .Tnckson.
WILSON" HOWLHY, of Wailttogt
A. 13. JIKACIIA.M, ot Union.
Satuhday MoitNIN'll, Oct. 0, 1808.
0. Jacobs Esq., nr.il Hon. S.
Ohsuhviul:, Rqmblicin ami Democrat
c.intlitlutes for 1'ivsiilcnlin.l Electors
will ndilrcsj the pooiilu of Jackson
villo on Monday tiwct at 1 o'clock.
Co mi' everybody and bear botli sides
of the question at issue, lion. J. S.
Oarllcld will speak in Jackson
ville on Wednesday next, 7th inst., at
7 o'clock In the evening.
Wo finjl the following short sen
tence in the correspondence ol the tern
perenco paper of this State. If any
one can read it without hohlii.g his
breath or taking a think we would
like to sec the man:
"What ehancex they take of being
at any moment precipitated into that
Hecthln burning ennidron that threat
ens to engulf the peace and harmony
of mankind into that low sphere or
grade of society where the rod visaged
angel of retributive wrnth reigim with
his Mcptvred itiiAge ot horror among
tho ghaitly, liivvring and guilty
wretches who upon the piiticiple "that
like seeks like" find themselves con
gregated ami moving in the tome
sphre, thinking upon the hiiuo theme,
telling tht mimic mournful and tlnilling
(lory, dwelling upeu tho ;iuie fact
and doomed, piobaldy against their
better nature, at the tlirinc of the
Mine god "Uncchiw."
HoiutruL. The lute eotivcrtlon of
the "Wickedest man in New Yoik,"
tuiniA to huvo liml a Hilutory cllect on
our Democratic legislators. A very
tringenl liipior law has been intro
duced mid the Senator from thU conn.
ty has followed the example of John
Allen by a spirited cntsule against
"keerdp" and every other gambling
device. We trim the coiiveiaiou of
tliest gentlemen may bo earnest and
lasting, but their lobulation looks
slightly like "Satan rebuking bin."
Col. T'Vnult mid General Joseph
Lane Imvo both juolesscil religion and
joined the Catholic Church. Tho old
eiuuerrt have dvceived the people mid
town obedient servants of the devil all
their live, but now in their dotage
thoy are botli trying to cheat the dev
il out of his just lights. Gen. Lane
has been go strongly impiesscd with
waiiioiieiiin tuat lie lias uccn re-mar-lied
to his wife. Col. T' Vault ought
to follow suit. It is meet for such
worthies to float together and there
should be no bastards in the royal families.
Ckuditaulu. A resolution was in
troduced this week in tho Senate by
somo Demoeiat who was huugciiug
for ofliee, asking Senator Williams ami
Cotbett to resign. Tho Senator from
this county, Mr. Miller very sensibly
moved to lay the resolution on the th
ble, and the tubjeet was djwpped. As
one of the Democratic tnnjoiuy in the
Senate, tho act does him credit.
Not SritAM.B. The Signal man in
forms us that there is no Grand Jury
system in Minnesota. Theto are two
excellent leasous for tho simplification
of justice in Minnesota that State
has always had a largo Republican
majoiity, and tho editor of the Polk
County Signal is not a resident of it.
Tho Democratic papers are boasting
that ex-Pictident Fillmoio is suppoif
ing Blair. Quite natural that the old
chief ol tho Know Kuothiugs should
suppoit tho man who made tho mem
orable tpeech to tho Fenians,
Enoaoi:i. A Web-footed cotcinno
rary desiies us to sceuro tho services
of n ceitain Kanaka to lead English for
us. Wo would do so but he is eviden
tly engaged in editing the Polk Coun
I.... , ..,
ToilJJSTO.NL'S I'OH Uill'QUA. Mr. 11 u-
)oIl of Ashland, started for Iioscburg
last week with n number ot tomb
tJtoues of the beautiful Applcgato
marble, letteied to older by himself
J . ii o
Mr. Shephatxl is talking of remov
ing his foundry from Yieka to Ash
land in this countv
Wo are a very progrcsslvo pcoplo in
this county. A largo amount of "blow
ing is dono from time to timo about
railroads, and yet somo of .the thor
oughfares in flic county cannot bo kept
in icpair. One night this week it was
necessary for tho stage driver, south,
to take n man with him to assist in re
pairing n bridgo between here and the
Mountain House. Wo have an excel
lent law for tho government of roads
Oil. uul UKU '"" umeis ii seems iu uu n
dead letter. It is certainly somo per
son's ituty to seo mat tno roads arc
kept in passable order and wo havo no
doubt but that If any serious accident
should occur by reason of neglect on
the part of road supervisors, the injur
ed party might recover from the coun
ty. While the statute makes it obli
gatory on tho supervisors to remove
all obstructions and keep all bridges
wi'.hin their respective districts in
repair, it does not impose patrol duty
on them but requires them to act im
mediately upon liotitication. Here
then, iu our opinion Is tho only romedy
of tho public. Givo proper notifica
tion and if any supervisor fall to do his
duty it is an easy matter to have him
tiiird. The rubllo would find that the
inllctiou of the penalty iu a low eases
would soon secure a faithful dischargo
Violation of tho School Law.
Our attention has been called to the
fact that a number of teachers have
been employed iu this county without
having procured ceitilieates from the
county Superintendent. Section 31 ol
tho School law says:
"Teaehcis, before making applica
tion to teach iu any district organized
or perpetuated under this act, shall
procure from the county superintend
ent ol Common Schools, it ceilificale
ol qualification and diameter, and they
shall produce the sumo to the direc
to iii, uu making application, it any
person shall violate this section they
shall be liable to a lino of twenty-live
dollar, to be recovered by law for uv
cry such ofluiicc, payable to County
Section 20 declares that any distiicl
employing it teachci who has not com
plied with the law, shall forfeit its pro
pot tion of the county school fund for
tho year. Considering the uumistaka
bio meaning of the above quoted sec
tion, it seems that directors who disre
gard it must either bo very dcOant of
the law or ignorant of its provisions.
The subject requires no argument.
Thero'is the law. It cannot be plainer.
It is in force and until repealed we
hopo it will be enforced to the very let
ter, no matter who suflcrs.
IlosKnunn, Oon., Sept. 20th, 1808.
The assessable property of Douglas
comity for 1808, amounts to 81, -170,518.
Tho tax levied (10 mills) nmomits to
820,024,288. Poll taxes 89ia, making
a total tax of 821, -537,288. At tho
commencement of tho fiscal year July
1st the county debt was $120 20:
County scrip is worth its face iu coin.
Tho present is by far the smokiest
season over known In tho valloy. Sep
tember 1st, 10th, mid 25th, tho sun
was a mpletoly hidden from viow; oth
Wo aro under many obligations to
our correspondent at Klamath Lako
for the following interesting intelli
gence: Mr. "Wickcrson, brother to Captain
Wickcrson of Gen. Crook's staff, who
is employed in tho Quartermaster's ser
vice, arrived hero a fow days ago from
Camp Warner. Ho reports nil quiet
there. Goose Lako valloy Is setting
up rapidly. Fifteen families are al
ready there. Gen. Crook has taken
up a fi no ranch iu tho valley, aud iu
partnership with Gen. Crosby is put
ting up hay for winter.
Jir. james uurnctt ol i.iiiK itiver
has returned from Gooso Lako. He
likes the valloy very much, and intends
going thero with his sheep 60011.
Mr. Hanloy is building a largo flat
boat at Fort Klamath. When finish
ed he is going'to itso it on tho Lake in
bringing ills grain up from Link Illvcr.
Mr. Grecnstreet, of Ilcnton county,
arrived hero last Saturday from Camp
Ilarnoy. Ho has been out in Eastern
Oregon for several months looking for a
stock location. Ho likes the country
in tho viciuity of Albert and Gooso
Lakes vcrv much. Ho was accompa
nied by Mr. Qulvoy of Idaho. This
glutlemnn has spent tho last flttccn
years of his lifo in the mountains, has
travoled nearly every trail in Idaho,
and is thoroughly acquainted with
Eastern Oregon. He was a member
of the Idaho Legislature in the coun
cil, and was also an Internal liuveituc
Collector in that Territory. Of the
valleys of Eastern Oregon he seoms to
think more of Summer "Lake valley.
This valley undoubtedly has a favora
ble climate. Plums this season ripen
ed there nearly thrco weeks sooner
than nt Gooso Lake. No settlers there
yet. Messrs. Grccnstrcot and Qulvoy
leave, for Eugeno City to-morrow on
Tho Lako Country-Tho Branch Rail
Ilcaching tho eastern rim of the sum
mit plateau,we descend gradually about
thrco miles to a prairie, and two miles
further brings us to the Pelican Hay
or days it has been nearly so. The
smoky weather will Hkoly continue
until the rains extinguish tho ilro in
The California Stato Telegraph ofllco
has been removed from Dr. S. Hamil
ton's ding storo to tho storo of Flint
D. C. McClellan formerly of Oak
laud, and more recently of Conyonvlllc,
has purchased tho Metropolitan Hotel.
took possession about tho first of the
mouth, aiid thus fur tho "boarding pub
lic" have had no occasion to regret it.
W.ni. Craze, former proprietor lias
gone into quiet retirement.
The Democracy are- not very san
guine of ejecting their candidate for
tho Presidency. Wo tee no heaity
supporters ot Soymour and Ulair, and
doubt much if any aro to be found in
tho Umpqua valloy. Tho Democracy
know that thoy aro not supporting
their parly principles when they sup
port thoso gentlemen; therefore it can
not bo expected that Seymour will
carry the strength in Oregon, that
WouhUtMu attached to Pendleton or
nny'HlfiiU Hedged Democrat
ChacMIHts to carry tho electoral
The usual quiet of Ten Mile precinct
was somewhat disturbed a few days
ago by tho sudden disappearance of
ono Wm. JJenl and Mrs. J. S. Plaster.
When last heard from they woro on
Long Tom going north.
The most of the Bohemia miners
havo left tho mountains for winter. It
will require tho labor of another seas
on, to develop tho richucss of that
The now Snakes are contentedly re
maining on the reservation. Their
men nre hunting aud the women dig
. Dr. McKay leaves this place on next
MM 1 n . i-k i. ....
imusuay mr me j-miics. lie is to re
turn soon with his family. (
Tho employes at this Agency havo
llnished haying, and the grain ol which
there is a nice lot, is ready for thresh
ing. Many of Capt. MeGergor's men nre
being mustered out, but nowrecruits.
from the East arc expected soon to fill
up the company.
Capt. Tucker, U. S. blacksmith at
this agency, has two splendid young
eagles, which aro now almost full
grown. Thoy wcro taken Irom a nest
iu the top of a tall pine, last Spring.
Thoy aro beautiful pet', but eagles aro
numerous around the Lake, and are not
much of a sight here. lie proposes to
send them to Jacksonville if he can
get n purchaser there. Yai-nox.
Klamath Agency, Sept. 28th 1808
on Klamath Lake, scarcely fotty miles
from Ashland. Hero wo intersect tno
old Ft. Klamath road which crosses
the mountains further north, and at a
In order to avoid the marsh hind
lying near the lake, wo change our
cortrso more to the north, aud follow
ing tho mountain's foot somo miles, wo
take our dirc"ct courso again, and com
nicnco crossing tho upper Klamath val
loy. This valloy is about illtecn miles
long, and from eight to fifteen wide,
lying at tho noithcrii extremity of the
principal Klamath Lake, having on its
eastern side, Ft. Klamath, and eight
miles bejow, the Klamath Agency, at
the head ol navigation on the Lake.
This valley, although iu some parts
containing pumico stone, is generally
covered with with a luxuriant carpet
of grass, abounds in fertilo soil, and is
beautifully timbered, the pievailing va
riety tamerae, being dispersed in groves
all over Its level surface.
The Cascades "swiug around the
circle" on the west and north, shooting
nlolt their extinct volcanic peaks, and
sending down a long,tapciiiig tidgeou
tho east to separate this valley fiom
that of the Klamath tnaisli.
Beautiful clear streams inn their un
changeable Hoods across this splendid
On by Ft. Klamath we pursue our
way, and about -10 miles from where
we first saw the Lake we reach the
The climate of this valley is tolera
bly severe loeal e.iuses of course,
such as proximity to tho mountain
chains, cllect changes of climate, and
hciiso this valley will be found colder
than the valleys blither cat, thioitgh
which the railroad would pas. But
notwithstanding this fact, a great vn
ricty of garden vegetables ami cereals
can be pioduecd, and at Link lliver,
thirty milc tenth, cucuuibein, and like
tender plants flourish and mature.
Wo ol this section, in caso the enter
prise itocs on as it is now shapcu npprc
hciid no danger of its crossing tho Cas
Citdo wll nt tuiy olhor iilaco than
through our gate. IiMtoifdol turning
oil' at Sinaguo Klver valloy from its
direct courso towards I?oguu Klver val
ley, and bearing oil", nearly at light
angle through ono bundled miles or
more of country almost entirely unfit
for settlement, to cross tho mountains
at n greater altitude, tho road will cer
tainly bo constructed froili Spraguo
Klver valloy on thiough a country pre.
scnting no considerable obstacles, tho
most of which will admit of settlement
cither by way of Ft. Klamath or Link
Kivcr into Kogue Kiver valley, and
thence through Southern and middle
II the different Kailroad inteiestH
could be united on this route, in a few
short years tho iron steed, fiesh from
the sterile plains ot Humboldt, will
rush witli all the ficrccucbs of his fiery
nature along tho graded sides of tho
We may regai d it as n significant
fact when the iron baud shall be drawn
from tho Central Pacific to thu heart
of our State, that it shall come so near
following the footsteps ot thu fifteen
pioneers, who first maiked n way for
civilized people across tho then wild
I opine that in a fow years moie
South-Eastcrn Oregon will teem with
an eiicrnctio population. Flocks will
graze on a thousand hills thu hunter
will chase the antelope across thegias
sy plains will dive into secluded for
ests after the nimble ntag, or climb af
ter the retreating big horn on lofty
crags, Mice Victor Emanuel scaling
some Alpine height alter the fleeting
chamois; and the llshciiuaii, seated
like some "sedentary Irog" on an "an
eieiil log" spanning some ih yjtnl river,
will behold iu the ghissv water tho
Th world ptepli of i.ni. tnj
l-o mrr.1 lmlng ruMitioVBw,MtMsii
Tlllnlj tho mot UfCrrul tr.nl- ...L
Tho nr.t 1, 1,1 lwr, U, nuTZ 2?
bout nml imt iiujrllloti. fwj"1 "'"'iwwU,,!!,
H N tho xreMtil euro tr k
Puiilic Si'Kakino. Messrs. Jacobs
and Chadwick will address tho peo
p!o on Monday and on Wednesday
next. Hon. Mr. Garfield of Wash
ington Territory will speak in this
placo. Mr. Garfield is on his way to
California to stump that Stato for
Grant aud Colfax, and is said to bo
tho most eloquent and pleasant speak
er on the coast. Ho stumped this
Stato for Douglas in 1800, nnd many
of our peoplo still remember his elo
quent appeals with pleasure.
Change op Pkoqiiamml From tho
first of October, tho stages will run
through from tho Mountain Houso to
Croxton's without change of drivers.
Jakcsonville will bo merely a chang
ing station, and soveral hours will
thus bo saved between Yreka aud
Dn. Ciianck. This gentleniaiij.wlll
bo found nt tho U. S. Hotel until
Weduosday noxt. Thoso desiring tho
nerviecs of a first class dentist will
do well to call on the Dr. prior to
that date as ho will positively remain
Ashland Mill. -Mr. L. 15. Apple
gate, Secretary of the Koguo Kiver
Woolen Company, is in town to-day.
He informs us that tho Mill will bo
in miming order iu about six weeks.
Skvehb Accibbnt. Mr. A. D. Hel
man, of Ashland-, had four of his fin
gers very badly cut iu his planing ma
ehlno last week. Two of them wero
nearly cut oil.
Tannkuy Stahtkd. Wo hear that
Tolniau's Tannery abovo Ashland is
(n operation. About 200 hides havo
been "put down," which is u very
Pursuing a course neatly duo cast
from tho agency, iu three miles we
"strike Willi.iim'oii river at the junction
ol bpraguo liver witji that stream, ami
puisuiiig our course a few miles furth
er, alternately thiough forest and
meadow, we find ourselves iu Spraguo
river valley 30 miles in extent. Since
coming into the Klamath Ihioiu we
have been traveling through a country
comparatively level, pacing great
streams ol water biiistiug lioin the
earth aud suddenly becoming rivois by
uniting with other great springs, ami
then running slowly acro tho prairies
to mingle with tho Lako waters, or
some of its large tributaries.
Making our wav uu Snrauuo Klvci-
valley towards the source ot its beauti
ful stream, wo seo antelope scampering
across the broad meadows, ami event
ually diving out ol sight iu grand old
forests. Golden trout are dancing Ml
tho clear stream, their scales shining
like burnished gold in tho transparent
waters; and prairio chickens, rising
near us, Bound an alarm and diving
a little way through tho air, disappear
in tho tall rye grass.
Tho soil of this valloy is generally
very feitile, Its climate is compara
tively mild, ami will somo day teom
with a healthy population most of it
is now on tho Keservation.
Again pursuing our direct courso
beyond this valloy, wo oross soveral
low divides, usually timbered, and be
tween Miciii, rich valleys, and having
climates comparatively mild, as wo are
now getting far away from the fields
of snow. We pass near the vallov n
Chowawkau, Lako Albert, Summer
Lake, Christmas Lako and others -all
well timbered, well watered and fer
tile. Some ninety miles from Ft. Klamath
wo reach Gooso Lako valloy, than
which nono of tho others are near so
extensive;yct it possesses tho usual char
acteristics of Jhoso wo havo described
and is capable of supporting a vciy
1 beliovo it has been decided by tho
prospectors of tho railroad to Humboldt
to leavo tho matter us to where tho
road shall cross tho Cascades, to the
decision of tho directors or stockhold
ers of tho company. This idea is a
sensible oue-tiiiaiiy who otherwise
would.havo opposed it, now support it.
Tho whole of Oregon will now loud it
their aid, and tho bill before Congress
tp extend Government aid to the enter
prise, will certainly become a law.
splendid trout swallowing his hook
and know "just when to haul."
You and I may stand on some rooky
spire and Irom our pinnacle behold thu
iron horse tearing down the side of the
Cascade wall, his nostrils wide dilated
ami clouds of smoke suiting aud then
we may see him Hying like the wind
across the plains, pausing at some prai
rie town to increase or decrease his
burden, and again speed onward on
waul towards thu rising sun.
Ashland Sept. 22d, 1H08.
dl.trr.if0 .tomub, which It MUrS ui,,
V know that we h.iro Hit b it i I . ,w
Irln. In tho worM. w . .r," t l,"i SlJ?lJ"4
coiniurfl of. ' w "" W,'
funiculi in commuio to itcoxxmr.
I'msm IIarx Iim htm crlrlriifj r,. .. .
.In,! ,n, on,l wm loW dnrloi Ik , r,l U'i '!'
King or lrjn. for tho morm, V$ '.".Jf h
In oilrop. IllorcmirkibUbr l)r,iI.i. l.!,,lt
noM, Conillrwtlon, Ac. "W'Mmm,!!
JamiX:" ,onMn,,,oa c,,h wtM
CiuooNiu riowniror .nrMtM illttlM
hlhlr Intlrortllnit In ntrroui J.him. ."' Ml '
WimioiiM-Voi BcroMi, nktimitk, U
AxtiiAn iromttlc nrmlnillt. trail,.' ik
rlo mi! mllkt much u.d bj notbrri rii,'
AlMdofttodi, ounp, unnr, unlmtml
,no!hrrwon.ftful lujr..lfM, of swy. A,
inilliiKbjiiulri.t Iho ,?,,, I,,!.',,; .J PlSltt.S'Sfc
ntnil. I; Jt miknonn I.. Il cnmiporrt tftkT?iu. !
wo wllbhoM It. hum,, fr , pj;, " at """"
llh Hill trd Wfr th. Ciwiniinllr. nJ u.
orffffcUmrollmllicnn.il HI ,1,1- ibo .iwJJIlT??
r rrfimlly I,.. iwmom.. of .olT.rloe "ikhtti hlE2
liox llimiwlll,uifiaJti. nu,t"
Tliry jr rreomnien.ini bjr tho klikot ntilni itiM.
It 'rIuionljr In ourlik-MUoUtll.. lio.i.olCSi
irdllfil with lnilltlond.llrik.,ioir,l,h,V;
r"'.n,n1."r..lr.,,Jf '" I'"""- " r; lIU. ta
our llnlir.1 Sll tumportr tho eoik onulMul
our tlimturo on iltrl ,lo IJ Ul.l.
S..IJ hjr rtl.UU. d.tl.ii thimi(koot tk UlUU
P. il. DIUKi:, UO., .Yew Tort", Xokltyh.
ki:uic o no,, :;:m FrtDtiw.
STICKi:f.-On Ilia 2iilli, In Hie wife or San -uvl
SUckil. ncur ItocI: t'oliit, it tl.tii;liu-r.
l'lH'M tin SitliiiiUy Hie 2t!i, lUtM Ii
tturtl J'liiwr itjjvJ 1 jcar ami 0 uiontlii.
rpili: Jiio!;oarlllo SuIiir Hand hurt-by n
.1 nouncM lint 11117 will enlerlaln their
fricmli wlili muilo lor u iocIaI dauco from nlno
tinlll onco'clock 011
October 7th., I8UH,
A rnrillnl lii.ll ill,,.. N AiMn.i...i ... .11
I, -- -... -iiwm v4ivuuvu u nil.
GEO. H. CHANCE,
.n1!," 9UN,C" ,vl" ope"'" hi Jacksonville uri.
til cdufrclay. Oct. 7th. OOlco at V. S. HuUI,
Z f.'doweII", fcTvATio.v,
DOWELL & WATSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
."UKXIt'AN llVtiTAKO MXIMKNT.
io lnttiliioom, .oolhlnK, tn-l vondrrftd,
L'ul, 1'iul.f ., .pLlin il trlllB.,u mcmiimi,hI
criuln lnvccurlii owrjliinllr.tbil Ultli cf Uii l
lm.nl I. tho brat lnriilui.nl tail n U laod, '
II I. limn rriUIn linn Uu doctor II m.m UmIi
rn.llngfirtliditor II I. clii.rtLiBliit,uS
tbouM u.i.l bodl.'.mtd llh.
man Tin: jolloitinoi
" I ttVo (ilrMuro In trcomn.mllnf ll. M.tku lf
Unit l.lnlDi.nt 4 vilutbU owl luJlii.ouU. utkl. U
SjiuIik, Surr., drrnlrh... or (lolli on lion... Oumi
Into ii.rl II ir limn., lliul.ti, Sm.i, llk.gmilUa.il,
ait I ll y It MCtt Ilk dmcIc.' J ir.llifm.
tvrriu.ii Ut .uinlcon, WtlU, lwVi ul llorsi.il
"Tho .fialn ff Hi) d.uthl.i'. ull, orrulMfloU.
VsIIiik U.t wlnlrr, wu .nlli.lr cmflln.k tit
ho cviiiinriifTil tiling TuurcUUtlJUi.luUlal
Ulouc.ilrr, Mm., Xuu.l 1, ItM. it, urn-
Quick 011.1 turo ll e.il.lol 1.. Jill .U. It mfft
In .Ire I .Ulo f nltlni. bt.Mnr III lUin. of 8. .
Wo.lbruvk, I'h.inl.t, ami Ilia ptli.t. I'. S. .I (lit'
Mil IU. Co. otr Iho tv.
An (fruit In. Wen uiado to cuttll.lf.il II Uk litof
lono-lalo Ubcl. Look cIm.I.
8vU by ill Dru(lit, iii4 Slorn, it , U cuut H-
rpiin tooki and account of ihoSuxTisn r
1 In tho handi of Mr. 1,D Hull, ffi li.
deblea will pica., call nfr?pV til"V ulccmU i
U. K. DOWKLL.
BOUND TO D(TTn
D. C. MILLER
IS BOUND TO WORK
ACCORDING TO THE TIMES.
At reduced prices for cah.
dlwount ulll bo wudo on all
whero cath la paid.
Match 20th, 1868.
Ten per centJ
kltidi of work
A Ii'!E 1,R0,9F nIOK STORE TO RBNT
JeVMi,TM., Oregofl, Sepl'liTli. " "'
I.YUN'S HI.KA POWOBU.
II I. ll known Hut on'0lulMMnll,'
will rorftctlrdMlruj ...rjlhlnf In tk H!j
tick., bodbuo., tiMclioi, tei that It ll o.rfJ "
Ibo Inirct trlbo. but ontlrcl bwnlm to Uikuunr
cl. and dom. tile anlnnl., . ,.
IlodbUK. Ann, Koacli... olt, ro la M.rj' k. "
Puwdcr U tbilr uiturol death, II ikoohl k. U.i7ir
board. - k
Joim L. Rom, Eaa , 8up.rlol.ndmt of VJKj.
Clly lli(ltil, iiat o a' Hlilkioil;iainw
ohi..t.ru.o.l." , , j
.Niw Von Horn I'aoriiitoii ujt "Wi M" ""
LYONtS MAONCTIO POWDER
for oilorinlnitluf luiecti and urtnlo, wli nto
Colkuan A Hiktson, Aitor IIouh.
S. T. Col8, American Hotel. ,
AcKNKn & TitKiiiwKLL, 8. NIcholM Hom
8. Lemnd &. Co., Metropolitan llottl.
TittlmonT'of tbli chuactor nlkt U " 'x
lnih. Wtiroror It U mod II adr.rtlon Unit . fc
Ikinnuloo baa Ibo iltoilaro of B- -'"a""j-
rrl.ilo itimp of Dun Uiimi a Ot. rfJZ
of thli kind ll in Imitation or counl.rfalt AV.T
(l.t will procure tbifinuloi If yen loiH 7,,"
00 other. . ,..,
SoldbrilldruKl.il and i.nenliloukMPiriUrws
town aud tnlolng camp on tb fKlll Coall.
DEPARTMENT OF MEDIOINE AND
SESSION forJ8C8-9 will commence on W
rourlh day of Ndveinber, and cool8
lour months. Tho Mfdlcnl lPr"faL
now cstubJUlicd as a permanent "'"Vj::
Tho meaux or Illustration In each o'P-f'Jr;
arc ample nnd tho course of Instruction w
ough and complete, Material for prcw'
Anatomy will bo supplied. Sludtnlson ""'
luir In the clly ore requested to coll on IM "
who will (jlvo any Information desired. J
ten of Inquiry addrfsied te tbeDean wUl "
ccivo prompt attention. MedlcalfijiO01" "
be procured in iMsclly. liP
II. OAlU'KNTBB.llpi x
Dfan of tho Medical TitwJ
Vmum WmiU4 r
rN. and after tho Uritday ofvOcteVr.
v the uuderilgued havo ueNTMincw -for
cash exoluilveljr-uwpt upw mv T
traot. Thow Iqdtbted to Iho flrsj "Vl1
lively pay up, as all account! will k W7
Bkhkl Oj;ic at 12 per IM!