Oregon sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1858-1888, November 07, 1885, Image 1

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UfiEGQB SEHTIflL
jEKSOB SESTISEL
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PUBLISHED SATURDAY
AT
Jacksonville, Oregon,
Frank ke?aus
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VOL. XXX--NO. 44
POFESBIONAL tii-EDS.
R. PRYCE, tf. D.,'
PkysUiaa Amd SwrgeoB,
SIedvokd, Okeqov.
r Offles extdoor toByer's block, res'
Jaa:, CuBBinjlmm'i hotel.
E. P. GEARY, M. D.,
pkvsiciaA Ah4 SnrgeonJ
MEDFOED, OREGON.
Office in A. L. Johnson's building.
2 T. R. YOUNG, M. D.,
TrMysicamirAd.mrgef
Central Point, Oregon.
alls promptly attended to at all hours.
JL. L-WHITNEY.M-D,
xaqlz rowr' oreoon.
Having located at this place I ask a
a art of the patronage of this section.
Calls attended to at any time.
W. F. WILLI A31SO
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR-aT-LaW
Mjsdford, Okecok.
All bntincis in my line will receive
prompt attention.
II. K. IJANNA,
Attorney & Counsellor AuLavo,
Jacksonville, Oon.
ArTill practice in all the Courts of the
Bute. Office up stairs in orlh's brick.
P. P. PRIM,
ATTORNEY & COUN8ELOR-AT-LAW
Jacksonville, Ogn.,
Will practice in all th Courts of the
State. Office in Court if.i use.
T. B. KENT,
Attorney & counseler-at.lw.
Jacksonville Oreo ok.
Will practice in all the Cburts'of this State.
(JQe ia tht Court House.
G U. AIKKN, U. D.,
nSYSICIAN AND BURGEON,
4ACKSSMTII.LT, OEE80X.
fcyOfllcs opposite P. J. Ryan's store.
J. W. ROBIUSOI, X D.,
JPHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON
facksoavile, Oga.
Officii At City Drug Store. Resi
deace oa fourth St., opsite M. E.
Church.
Calls promptly attended to, dayandnigtlt.
B. F. LOWELL,
ATTORNEY- AT-LAW,
Portland, Oregon.
All business placed in my hands Will re-
stive prompt attention,
tion given to collections.
Jouif a.urrcfctXb. r.m. dement
MITCHELL fc DEMENT.
Attorneys & Counsellors At Late.
Office in rfamra's new building, coraef
first and Pine streets
Portland, Oregon.
Will practice in all the courts of Oregon.
A. L. JOHNSON,
Httary Pablic, Real Estate Agent and
Co flee or
AZocUfox'ca., Or.
fra'ato conveyancing and furnishing ab
stracts of land titles a specially. Loans
ftecotiated- and collections made. All
business intrusted to my care will receive
prompt and careful attention.
WILL. JACKSON,
T KNTIST,
JACKSONVILLE, OREGOJf .
Teeth extracted at all hours.
kLaughing" gas administered,
if desired for which? extra
charge will be made. Office on corner of
California and 5th street.
a. e. oimi. l. n. num.
GIBBS & STEARNS,
A TT0RNEY8 AND COUNSELLORS.
Rooms 3 and iStrowbridje's BaiUing,
Portland', mt'E'aoir.
WilVpraeiVcfin1 all' courts ofrecord'in the
State of Oregon and Washinton Terri
tasy; and pay particular attention to
business in Fwderal courts.
THE STAFF OF LIFE!
THE ROGUE RIYER
Mil FLOURING MILLS
HAYING RECENTLY BEEN RE'
fitted with al modern improvements.
are now turning out a first-class article
of flour, which is put up in one-fourth
batrel sacks, and every sack is warranted
te contain 49 pounds of flour If you don't
believe this, just compare a sack of our
uour with any other brand ottered for sale
in this market, and note the difference in
weight.
Flour and Mill-Feed
Constantly on hand and exchanged for
wheat.
wm,l'iiw " i i- " - -
BARLEY ROLLERS.
Havinjr. added a set of Barley Rollers to
my mill, I have set apart every Saturday
to Roll IJarley for customers. The work
will tc uone on short notice, so that par-
tics can return with their grist the same
day. I am prepared to roll barley at all
times and in the best manner. This pro
cess is tar ahead of thecrtishcr
G.KaREWSKI.
Jacksonville, Sept. 22, 1883.
Farmer's Store,
Mkdford, Oregon,
ANGLE & PLYM ALE. Prop's.
The undersigned takes pleasure in an
nouncing that he has opened his plarc of
business in the ni-w town ofjledfnfd, Or
egon, andis now prepared to furnish, in
quantitiesto suit,
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
PAINTS AND OILS
MACHINE OIL
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
CAN DIES, NUTS,"
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING; Etc
My stock is fresh and first-class, and I
propose to keep a full assortment of every
thing in my line arid sell at
PRICES LOWER THANf EVER
All I ask is a trial.
fST'nighesl price paid for Produce.
TWENTIETH YEAR-
ST.ISARX'S AGAimiOT,
CONDUCTED BY.
THE 8ISTEBS OF THE HOLT SAME.
THE SnOLASTIC YEAR OF THIS
school will commence about the end ol
August, and is divided in four sessions,
of clcveD weekseach.
Board and tuition, per term, $10.00
Music 15.00
Drawing and paintiDg tt 8.00
Bed and Bedding...- .-...- 3.00
SELECT DAY SCHOOL.
Primary, per term, ......$ 5.00
Junior, " . i.i.i.j: COO
Preparatoy " ... .... ..,. 8.00
Senior, " ... t..t. 10.09
Pupilsfcceivcd at any time, and special
attentioHl) paid to particular studies in
behalf of luildren who have but limited
time. Fob further particulars apply at
the Academy
Nervous Debility.
A SURE CURE GUARANTEED.
DR. E. C. WEST'S nerve and brain
treatment, a specific for Hysteria,
Dizziness, Convulsions, Nervous Head
ache, Mental Depression, Loss of Memory.
Spermatorhoea, Iinpotency, Involuntary
emissions, premature old age, caused by
overexertion, sclt-abuse or over-indulgence,
which leads to misery, decay nnd
death. One box will cure recent caaes.
Each box contains one month's treatment,
one dollar a box, or six boxes for five dol
lars? sent by mail prepaid on receipt of
price. We guarantee six boxes to cure
any case.- With each order received by us
for six boxes, accompanied with five dol
lars, we will scad the purchaser our writ
ten cuarrntee to return the money if the
treatment docs not effect a cure. Guaran
tees issued only by
WooDAiuy, Clarice & Co.,
Wholesale an? Retail Druggists,- Port-
lana, uregon.
Orders by mail at regular prices;
U. S. SALOON,
U. B. HOTEL BUILDrKO, JACKSONVILLE,
T.L McKENZIErPROP'R,
HAYING ASSUMED THE MArr.
agemeat of this resort, I propose
keeping it stocked with the finest brands
ot
WINES, LIQUORS AND" CIGARS,
And vf iff be pfeased to receive a call from
all who -svish the best in my line. Sat-
isiaction assorco. 1. i. Mctvi.iNZ.lli.
G. LEMPERT, M- D-,
liraduate of University, Leipzig, Germany,
Physician And Surgeon.
Calls attended" fo" at T1 hours day and"
night. Office opposite Slover Hotel, Jack
sonville, Oregon.
' ., ' " - 2 ,"l - c
t. TV. JtEHltlTT. DK. J. W. R0BIN8OS
GIT7 DRUG STORE
CALIFORNIA STREET,
MERRITT & ROBINSON
PROPRIETORS,
Will keep on hand- the largest and most
complete assortment ot
PATEKT WEDICLtES CHEMICALS,
PURE WINES & LIQUORS,
PAINTS, OILS, ETC.,
To bs found in Southern Oregon. Alio a
44BIWBKI-St0cl'? -
STATIONERY,
SCHOOL BOOKS,
FINE CIGARS AND
CONFECTIONERY,
TOILET SETS,
And a great variety of Perfumery, com
mon and Toilet Soaps, etc
CC l rescnptions caretully prepared by
Dr. J. W. Robinson.
Df. Robinson's office in Dm Store.
EXCELSIOR
LlVHUlSm FEED
BTABL
Corner Of
0EJJ
OREOOK AND CALlrOKXIA STS., JaCKS9YILU
W. T. FLYBSALE, prop'r
Would respectfully inform the public
that he has a fine slock of
Horses, Buggies nfad OurifioSi.
And he is prepared to furnish his patrons
and the public generally with.
Fine Turnouts
As can be had on the Pacific coast. Sad
die horses hired to go to any part of
tte county
Animals Bought rind Sold.
Horses bToke to work single or double
Horses boarded and the best of care be
stowed upori them while in my charge
A liberal share ot me puliuc patronage
is solicited on reasonable terms
NEW TOWN OP MEDFORD !
Lots for sale at low prices and on easy
terms.
Apply to J. S. HOWARD, Agent, at
Medford.
Also, in the Railroad addition to the
town of ASHLAND.
Apply to M. L. McCall, Agent, Ashland.
PHOENIX.
Apply to
Phoenix.
M. V- B. SOULE, Agent
GOLD HILL.
Apply to if
Hill.
E.- POGUE, Agent, Gold
GRANT'S PASS.
Apply to S. M. WILCOX, Agent Gnrnt's
Pass. Or to GEO. H.ANDREWS,
0& CR,R. Co., Portland Or.
THE ASHLAND COLLEGE
AN"D -
NORMAL SCHOOL,
Four courses of Btudy. Normal and
Commercial Collcrre,- Preparatory and In
strumental music.
For particulars or catalogue apply to
the undersigned at Ashland, Oregon.
M. G. ROYAL, A. M,
Prcsicferif'
Valuple land For Sale.
The undersigned ofTers 2,000 acres of
vhluablc land for sale. Land situated on
Antelope creek, eighteen m.les from Jack
sonville" Will be sold in a body for $10
per acre or in 1C0 of 320 acre lots at from
$15 to $20 per acre. For particulars ad.
dress or call on A. L. Jolmson, Land
Agent, or WM. BYBEE,
Jacksonville, Oregon
DR. &. S1LSBEL-S BXTI3251L FILE BEXEDr
Girei lestact Relief, a.d is m Infallible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Sold by Dmggijts everywhere. Price, L00
rer box, -prepaid, by mail. Samples sent
fire to Physicians iad all sufferers, by
Xtuitaedtet & Co., Lor KH6, New York
City. Sole manufacturers of ANAKE3I&
Farm For Efent.
The undersigned' offers theD&rdenelles
farm for rent For full particulars call
on the owner at the plac.
Thos. Ckavxer-
Gold Hill, Bopt, 0,1585.
APJAKESIS
JACKSONYILIJ ORJJGOIS, NOVEMBER 1, 1S85.
Red Star
tbadeJImark:
Abitintelii
Free from Opiates, Emetics and Poisons.
A PROMPT, SAFE, SURE CURE
Tor Ccub, Bore ThroaU Hoarstnen, Inflnenxs,
CoIJh. BronekltlA. CroBi.W3.oorIn Coajk,
3ctIosf etfhmthro'4 o4I.ans.
tce 50 cents a bottle. Sola w ; ITrcpffints and DeaV
en. ParUevnabl4toinini
atater 10 promptly
get tifor mem ma rscat
void, by zLiq 4m doll.
-jcprtn Vkargt9
TUX CH1RLE3 A.TOiTl tOXrilT.
-'rKvSol Owacn and BlAuCKtMrr.
altim XarjUxl. d & A
PILLS
26 -YEARS IN USE.
The Greatest Medial Triamph of the Agel
SYMPTOMS OF A
TORPID L9VER.
Lose of nppetilc liotrel cosilret Fain In
the head, with a dull sensation In the
back part Fnln noder the shoulder
blade Fullness after eating, with adls
incllnatlon to exertion of body or mind,
IrrltKbllity of temper, Iott spirits, vrlth
afeelin?ofhaTinenetzlected somedntr
Weariness, Dizziness, rintterlnar at the
Heart Dots before the eyes, Headache
erer the right eye, Restlessness, with
fitful dreams. Highly colored Urine, and
CGNST1PATIOM.
TTJTT'S I'lLLRaro especially adapted
to such cases,- one dosa effects such a
channffecltpasto&tnnlilithesntTerer.
They Increase the A j) petite nd cause the
body to Take ou KleUtlm4 th STtem Is
nourished, nrrt bythirTonlc Action on
the UisesUTeOrrrans.ltejitiliir Stools are
produced. Hrifea.'Vc. 4 1 Murray Nt..rV.Y.
TUH'S BfilB DY
Grat JIair or Whiskers changed to a
Gixssr Black by a single application of
tnls Die. Jt imparts a natural color, acts
instantaneously. Sold by Druggists, or
nt bv express on receipt of $ 1.
Office, 44 Murray St., New York.
GEO. fllEVES,
WAGON -MAKER,
Jacksonville, Or.
At the old stand of S. P. llanna, in Crone
miller's' building, keeps on hand a
full line of
Wagon Material!
And is pi ared to do all work in his line
on shr i" notice and in a worMnanlike
mat cr. Vehicles of every des
cription made to order.
Repairing A Specialty.
Terms reasonable and satisfacation
guaranteed. Geo. RIeves
The ErjTErai' Gotde Is Is
sued March and SepL, each
jyear: 216 pages, 8ixll
1 inches, with ovr 3,300
illustrations r hole pic
ture callerv. .ves whole
sale prices direct to consume jn all goods
for personal or" family u -. Tells how
to order, and gives czar cost of every
thing you use, cat, drir wear, or have
fun with. These inva ible books con
tain information gleaned from the map
Lets of the world. We will mail a copy
Free to any address upon receipt of the
postage 7 cents. Let us hear from you.
Respectfully,
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
137 i K9 tVlul Avenue Oleia lit
pERtf
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Fn?
1HHS
CI VALUABLE Tff ALU
Will be mailed rrs J-f"
to aU appUcints J R E E-
and to customers
rs or last year
yei
flu
ltnout
D.M.FERRY&CO.p.'T
PATENTS
eaatitw to act as Solicitors for ratents,
ft'A Tnio Marts, coprrtis. eta, toritnf
,ht "iu, inada. Cuta. Ergllnd. France,
- -am etc We fcay; tad Uilrjy-Uve'
lint 'srrrlrr.ce..
.i .fcti, cd IKuLSuTare noticed In the
.vti t j.mrAK ltL'toreeai.dpleiMlld
m ftf viwily jaier. 52.20 a year, shows
"r-iTKj fFHei.ce. Is trylEtrestlcir. nt
- sn tti rinrtus drcnlstlon. Address JdUKH
u. rate-1 SnncTbrs, lb's of Scuumn
v JT 1 Brood ay. New Yorfc.
Farm For Renf.
The undersigned has three good farms
which are hereby offered for rent on good
terms. They consist of the Glenn ranch
of 320 acres, the Steams ranch of 250
acres and the Centres ranch of 1C0 acres,
all located in the vicinity of Jacksonville,
and all good farming land. For particu
lars, call on or address,
Mrs. S. E. Isrr,
Jacksonville, Sept. 12, 1883.
FOR
Man and Beast. .
Mustang. Liniment is older than
most men, and used more and
more every year.-
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Notice to the JPress.
Tlirough ths courtesy of ths Hob.
A. 0. Joupj, receiver of the U. S.
land office, we havo received the fol
lowing farm which must hereafter bs
adhered to in makiig proof of publica
tion of pre eruption and homestead en
tries, and publish it for tlm informa
tion ef thoe juotnals interested in th
matter Editor.
STATE OF OREGON )gs
COUJiTV UP JACKSON. J
I, being
first duly swum, say I am the
of the
That taiil is a weekly
newspaper published and issued weekly
and regularly-at . ; ;Y.".'-f?C . . T. . . ; ' in
couuty, Slate of Oregon,
and is of g'npral circulation iu said
county and Stale.
That th notice of which, the one
hereto attached i trus and correct
cojy was published ia said paper once
a week for tix wteks beiuc; published
six imes; thf first on the day
of lo....,anit ths last on
the day 18. .. .
That f&id notice was published in
the regular and entire issue of every
number of thp paid paper during tho
said period and times of publication,
and that ihe Mid notic was published
in the newspaper proper and not in a
supplement.
Sub?cri!id and sworn
sworn
WW.)
to bfora fun thi
day of 18
Ths eompcVhora of Chicago are con
liderably exerciied over startling rum
ors concerning a machine which, it is
claimed, will to away with the ser
vices of fjie setter altogether. It is
positively stated that five or six of the
most prominnnt newssaper proprietors
of the country ha s purchased the inven
tion, which has been in coarse of ini
provemnt for a year past, and is now
secured by Sfty patents. It is claimed
that a perfect machine will cost obIv
3250; that by means of a ks) board
similar to that of a type writer, mat
rices are Operated until a'line of news
paper column is completed, when, by a
simple and injjtniioua coNtrivunce thn
line is instantly and perfectly spaced
out, but h now only in papifer-uiachi
indentations not in type. The
papier-mache line now enters another
part of ths machine, where molten
type metal is introduced, and a perfect
line drops out, type hih, insttaJ of a
single letter, as in the ordinary type
casting machine.. The operation is
said to be almost as rapid as type
writing, -and that one machiue will do
the work of from eight or ten com
positors, and even more, when it is
considered that no distribution, is re
quired. The Hh.s as cast Are arranged
automatically upon a galley, which,
when filled is proved ami read air or
dinary type, in frror or change neces
ititing the recasting Of the line. The
eperalrra do not need .to be printers,
all the rt-quirementH being intelligence
in reading manuscript, in punctuation,
etc., Mi4 manual dexterity. "Inland
Printer."
Cutter's Fink Whiskils. Again
we greet our many friends, reminding
them that the season of "pease on
earth and good will towards men,"
is rapidly approaching, when prosperi
ty and generosity go hand in hand, and
ths whale civilized world seeks for
those tributes and mementoes whish
ferve to bind cloter the friends of
fleeting years. After the lull comes
ths Storm; the season of depression is
rapidly pissing away. The signs of
ths times indicate better and mors
active futnre, and in anticipation of an
increased demand for fine whiskies,
we will give personal attention to the
best of European and Eastern liquors.
We now offer to oar patrons tlm ad
vantage of selecting from these fine
whiskies, which wn guaranten will not
be excelled on the cofcst. We have in
Btock, J. F Cutter, Extra, O d Bour
bon, and Argonaut whiskies. Merritt
KobtnsOrr has been appointed
agent for the celebrated "J. F
Cutter" whisky for this -section
of Jackson county. Ha will tell at
saran price that ymi would have topav
at E. Bfartin &, Co.'s distillery, Ky.
Put up in half and whole, bid ; also
cases of Cutter at S. F. Prices.
John L. Burns, conininrci.il asent
for E. Martin & Co., 403 Front St..
San Francisco. 3m nov 1
Mrs. T. P. Larkin. of Markleeville,
Alpine countv, Cah, apparensly died
last weik and wa to he huned on
Sunday.. Bat on that day, ju.t before
ths services began, she cams to con
sciousnsss whilf" ling in her coffin,
and is in a fnir wav to recovery.
Spekane Fall", W. T., was lishte.l
by electricity on the 22d instan.
No ether city in Eastern Washincton
can be compared with Spokaue FalU
in enterprise and business facilities.
Indulgence Clamis It's
Victim
A young, good-looking, well-dressed
ysung man, named H. M. Jones,
about 23 years old, came to town a few
days tinea and obtained work in the
Vienna restaurant as a waiter. lie
said to tha proprietor that he wax
nervous and shaky, but, hoold get
over it in a few daye, and -asked them
net to' mind it. Mrs. Rosenstock,
who has charge of the dining room,
said he was k good waiter anil re
spectful to all. She had paid him off
Sunday evening, and Mr. Roenstock
told him to come and eat when he
wished. Ho thanked luui, and said
that he should get a place that would
last him before long. Monday city
Marshal Beers said he saw hi a about
six o'clock P. At , passing down aruuud
Mr. George Allen's corner. It has
been learned that he bad obtained 10
grains of morphine at one of the drug
gists. He went into Mr. Giceuninger's
saloon and called for a mug of beer,
half of which he drank, and then went
to a! sep. At about 9 o'clock he made
a curious noise and then went into
spasms. Mr. Groenninger desired a
corontr's inquest, but the coroner saw
no reason therefor, as Drs. Doan i and
and Giliaore were ca'led before the
iua.1 died and decided that he was
under the influence of opiates Mur
slul Brd informed us that he acted
queerly when be saw him. The man
died about three o'clock, and Tuesday
morning he was taken oc a stretcher
to the city Undertaker's and placed in
a square rough box. He slated that
his mother lived in England, and thit
he was thd last of mx children; that he
was without work and reckless.
As we Blood bj his pale stiff corpse
we could not help feelinir, that thers
was a human being born full of hope,
just entering upon the life of ruan
hoed, cast into eaternity by reckless
practices which" many about us are
leading. What must ba ths feeling
of h:s mother If she hears of his end
ing of life! Her last child eons on the
road of gloom, with no friends to com
fort or to encourage or control. May
God's blessing reach her, and Hu
curse follow the miserable indulgence
whit.h covers the land wilh crime.
The DaIIbj '-Sun."
Jreiv Society.
We are informed that the young
ladies of Jacksonville, are subscribing
to the following iron-clad pledge a
copy of which has been furnished us
by one of the fair members. It reads
as follows:
The ma'n who takta the red, red wine
Can never glue his lips to mine.
The man who chews the navy plus
Will in our parlor get no hug.
Who smokes, or drinks, or cuts a deck,
Shall never, never bite my neck.
Don't you monkey with the cards,
Or we'h never more be pards.
The man who guzzles lager-beer
Can never, nccr bite my ear.
Drink nothing stionger than red p.ip,
Or in your lap I'll never Hop.
If aught but water you e'er taste
Just keep your arm from off my waist.
If you drink vvine or other slop,
You can uevcr hear my corel pop .
The man who smokes tire cigarette
Can never squeeze me you bet.
First girl "I didn't like the party
at Fiddlestick's." Second girl
"Why?"' First girl "Because the cook
ing was execrable. J. hey gave me
nothing but scotash with a mouse iu
it." Second girl "Well I fifcud1 the
party sver so niuchv Thvy gave me a
mougtacha with a suck to1 it. "New.
man Independent."
Physicians in the Sandwi'ch Is
lands have come to the conclusion that
the only way to stop ths alaruing
pproad ef leprosy fs to' begin vaccinat
ing with leprosy microbes. They
think the operation will be a success.
A story ingoing the rounds that a
woman in a car gave Booth the actor,
$50 for a kikir. Determinted not to
he undersold, our price hereafter will
be only $40. Philadelphia Call.
The Father of his Country could
not tell a lie, but the children of the
niuntry have been industriously niak
up for it ever since. "Oil City Der
rick." Maids and kitclen girls at Butte.
M. T., are in di mand at twenty dollar
a week.
ADVERTISING RATES.
Advertisements -will be inserted In the'
8E.-m.NEi, at the following ratesr
Ten lines, one insertion $3 so
" " each subsequent insertion.- 100
tS" I-eS'd advertisements inserted rea
sonably. job work of all kind done on o
notice and in workman-like btv'e.
A UUonin to Yearly AUcet
3 PER YKAK
si
The Oregon Pig.
An Iowa man who has been tramp."
ing around in Oregon the past Sum
mer gies his impressions ef pig-stock
out there as follows:
Speaking of pigs we are reminded of
the porcine shadow that flitted across
our viiion in Oregon. The Oregon
hog is fearfully and wonderfully made.
His nocturnal ancestor, who "woohed
at us from (he Jimsons, when aba),
or terrified uj in the night visions when
we had hooked too many doughnuts
from the cupboard, would not nwrt
this degenerate ton of the Pacific slope.
His legs are of the slimmest and
ToH'ger lilh'ho?exiefi3tverrafirTTrcnu',
his ears a horror to breeders. From
his ears to his tail his bristles stand
out "like quills of fretful porcupines."
Nature, in fashioning him, took the
jackass for a style of beauty afti tlm
jack-rabbit as the type of fleetneJ.
We assures some ot our Oregou futuJ.-i
that an Iowa farmer who was reported
to have an Oregon hg on hi" firenn
xss eould not get credit at any n.u ry
store for ten cents' worth of tobaciu,
even if he pledged the whole of his
pig crop to pay it in the f U
What a field Oregon wnnM be lur
Cal. Curtis to introduce tLu-u uiiudlu
hog-vof his into! Send some of them
up there, Colonbl, and see if ou t-.-.n't
improve the Oregon hog in alur fri.m
5.40 to ths value of those of your
own State, which Uncle Sam says la
twice as much, $10 9G per heJ.
"Tho Dairy and Farm Journal," West
Liberty, Iuwa.
The Farraingten corre.pouJt-nt of'
the Hillsboro "Independent" gives- the
following history of the Lig os inhibit
ed at the fat slock show: The giant
ox, owned by A. H. John's-, ' TVrt.
land, as raised little west of Fai.u
ington, upon the farm of G. V. Jnmeg
E-.q When a 2 year old Air. Jes
had him taken to Portland to be killed
for beef; but instead of being killed he
was purchased by P. M. Edwards, Esq.,
of 'his plaee und brought out here for
the purpose of trying how large he
could be made. With careful hand
ling and liberal feeding Mr. E I-sire's
succeeded in getting him to thir infa
mous weight of 2600 pou'ius ut a
little over three years o'd. H" was
then sold to Mr. Zimmerman, of Port
land, and by him was sold to Mr.
Johns )D, iiis" jVesent owner. Now
that tkia gigantic specimen of tl e
bovine raco is about to g.in world
wide celebrity, we want it known that
ho was raised in Washington county.
Ths people of the Springfield 'pre
cinct, Lane county, were vikited by a
young cyclone recently. The Eugeno1
'Guard" of Oct. 17 gives the follow--ing
particulars: The firft indication;
was a funnel-shaped cloud passing
though the sky rapidly. The wiud
began to blow furiously, and first com
nienced its work at Geo. Ebbert'a
place, blowing several fences away.
At Mr: J. H. GoodmanV place the
wind blowed 'a plank feuco aav, and
then struck a work-shop and took it up
in the air and carried it at least fifty
feet away and broke the' pank iu tha
same into splinters. It next struck a,
flock of Bheefi and carried them in tha
air for fif'een yards, but did not kill
any of them. It is the general opruv
ion of those who1 witnessed? & that tha
storm was of it cyclofrio-' nature.
Nothing of the' same kind was ever
seen in that part of the stats before.
Can it be possible that Oregon will ba
subject to Eastern cyclones in timet
Seattle, W. T., Nov. 2. The trial
of Perry Biyne, charged with partici
pating in the massacre of Chinese at
Sq'uak on September 7th, came' to an
end litre to day. The jury, after be
ing out only five minutes, brought in a
verdict of not guilty. The prompt
ness with which the verdict was found
created some surprise, as the case-'of
the prosecution was considered a
strong ens. The trial lasted eight
days.
Washington, Nov. 2. PresiJellt
Cleveland issued the usual an,1' dab pro
clamation to day dexiiiHiin:; TI'ti--' t
November 26-.h as a, ihu of t'rfdi.'.s
givins and prayer. Thr r thi
usual Jteretyed ut:eranc- rvardii g
bountiful crops, thepeaeeul the world,
no scourges or pestilences, ami recoil.,
mends while thankful for all thesa
that we do not forjet that on th i' 'Uji
we should he charitable to the poor.
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