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JACKSONVIL1.E, OREGON. A$RIL 3, ISS6.
83 PER YEAR..
V . JG5
T. i. TOTJNU, M. D.,
JFkys5an And rgetftV,
Cxh-tsal Point, Oregon.
Calls promptly attended to at all hours.
JL. L WHITNEY. M- D-.
EAOL PortST5 OREAON.
Having located at this place I ask a
share of the patronage of this section.
Calls attended to at any time.
W. F. WILLIAMSON
ATrRONEYVfe COUNSEL R-f-L W
All bnshtss in my line will receive
' P. P. PRIM,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR-AT-LAW
Will practice, in all the Courts of the
State. Office in Co'uA 11 ris'o.
T. 8. tfEN,
"WM ffactice in all the Cburts'of this Stile.
Office in the Vdurt House.
G. tBMPERt M-D-,
Uraduate of University, Leipzig, Germany,
Physician And Surgeon.
Calls attended to at all hours day and
night. Office opposite Slovcrlloel, Jack
B.l'rjrr, .11. I.
t. P. Geary.
RY3E & GEARY.
Offices. For the present will be as
i. W. ROBINSON, M D.,
'PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
"OFFICE At City Drug Store. Rcsi
dence on Fourth St., opyisite M. E.
'Calls promptly atfefcecd today and night.
B. F. bOWKLL,
All business placed in my ha'nd.'will re
'ceive prompt attention. Special a'tten.
iion giv"tntn collections.
R. X. DEMENT
'ltCHELL it DEMENT.
Attorneys & Counsellors At Laio.
Offlce n Kamm's newbul1ding corner
intaud I'iae stieets
'Will "practice 'inU "thccotirts of Oregon.
A. L. JOHNSON,
Notary Public,' Real Estate Agent and
Co lie c or
I make conveyancing and f ilrnishing ab
stracts of land titles a specially. Loans
hcgotialed and collections made. All
business intrusted to my care will receive
prompt and careful attention.
T E N T I S T,
HViAlV otIPaMoi! nt 1I lmUW
kLauihing pis administered,
"if drsired for which eklfa
Charge will be made. OfflW on corner or
California and filli Vtrci.
A. O. QIBBS.
L. B. 8TKAKKf,
GIBBS & STEARNS,
A TTORNBYS AND COUNSELLORS,
Rooms 2 and 4 Strowbridge'a Building,
Will practice in all cburls ol" record In the
Stale of Oregon and Washisloh erri
toiy; and pay particular attention to
business io F-dcral courts.
I imT-i .
NOTICE IS nEREBY GIVEN THAT
he Rogue RH-tr Distilling Cos
toWrirUed.dr N. K Lyt'e, John A. Han
Ujr Kud Geo. M. Love, is dissolVd br
mutual Consenl, John A. Hanlcj- will con.
Vnaethe l)Uinesand willrece'ipt all ac
tontt due the late Kompanr as Veil as
Mtle its indebtedness.
N. K. LYTLE,
JOHN A. IUNLEY,
. . GEO.M.LOVK,
JflBkaauiieU Um. ISA
Oregon and California sts., JicxsoviLLr
W. J. FL7MAIB-, prop'r
Would respectfully inform the public
that he has a fine slock of
IWlrVes, Duggies and On in gen
And he is prepared to furnish his patron
and the public generally with
As can be had on the Pacific coast. Sad
die horses hired to go to any part of
Animals Bonght and Sold.
Horses broke to work single or double
norscs boarded and the best of care be
stowed upon them while in my charge
A liberal share of the public patronage
is solicited on reasonable terms
2. O. Buircling, Jacksonville
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED TAKES
I pleasure in informing the publi
that be lias nurehased L. Solomon's
West in the
POST OFFICE STORE.
Vhicli will be kept stocked willi a com
plete and first class assortment of general
merchandise. I will sell t
Very Reasonable Hates.
Give me a call and see for yourselves.
NEW TOWN OF MEDFORD !
Lots for Sale at low prices and on easy
Apply to J. g. HOWARD, Agent, at
Also in llift "Riiilrnnil nilrlilinn Ir. flir.
town of AbHLAND.
Apply to JI. L. AlcCaU, Agent, Ashland.
Apply to M V. B. SOULE, Agent
Apply to M. E. PCGUE, Agent, Gold
Apply to S. M. WILCOX, Agent Grant's
Pass. Or to GEO. II. ANDREWS,
O. & C. R. R. Co.. Portland Or.
THE JSIILMD teLLI.GE
Four courses or study. Normal and
Commercial College, Preparatory and In
Tni njirtipillnrs nr nntrfnrrnn nrr,lir in
the undersigned at Ashland, Oregon.
M. U. KUlAL, A. Jl.
PR. &. SILSBEES EXTERNAL TILE nEEDV
Givei IntUnt nelief, ou i an l.-ifillibla
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Sold by Druggists everywhere. Price, 'l.OO
rer box, prepaul, by niaiL Samples sent
frre to Physicians sd all sufTerers. bv
Xeiutacdtei A Co., lox S5M6, New York
Citr. Sole manufacturers of ANAKESia
Valuable land For Sale.
The Undersigned offers 2,000 acres ol
Vhluable land lor sale. Land situa'cd on
Antelope sreck, eighteen m les f ror Jack
sonville W ill be sold in a body for $10
per acre or in 100 or 020 ncre lots at from
15 to $20 pcr acre. For particulars ad
dress or call on A. L. Johnson, Land
Agent, or WM. BYBEE,
A lit PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE
uritlerslgned by nolc or book account,
are requested to tall and settle without
delay. , G. KjAREWSKI.
Jacksonville. June 22. 18S5.
Farltl For "Rent.
The undersigned ofiers the Dardentlles
farm for rent. For full particulars call
on the owner at the place
I ft b K pit 0?
THE STAFF OF LIF!
THE ROGUE RIVER
sriui FLOURING hulls!
HAVING RECENTLY' BEEN RE
fitted with af modern improvements,
afp now turning out a Erst-class article
of flour, which is put up in one-fourth
bairel sacks. and every sack is warranted
to contain 40 pounds of flour If you don't
Relieve this, just compare a sack of our
flour with any other brand offered for sa.e
in this market, and note the difference in
Floor and MilS-Fccd
Cons'tantly on hand "and exchanged for
Having added a set of Barley Rollers to
my mill, I have set apart every Saturday
to Roll Barley for customers. The work
will be done on short notice, so that par
ties can return with their grist the same
day. I am prepared to roll barley at all
times and in the best manDer. This pro
cess is tar ahead of the crusher
Jacksonville, Sept. 22, 1883.
fc armer's Store,
ANGLE & PLYMALE Prop's.
The undersigned takes picasurc in an
nouncing that he has opened his plane of
business in the m-w town of Medford, Or
egon, andis now prepared to furnish, in
PAINTS AND OILS
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
DRY GOODS, CLO I'HING, Etc.
My stock is fresh and first-class, and I
propoc to keep a full assortment of ccrj
thing in my line and sell at
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER
All I ask is a trial.
Snighesl price paid for P-oducc.
Proposals for Traiispo'rtion.
neadanarters DepurlmfDt vt !! Columbia
OCcr f CMcf Qiurlcma,'
VnncimTcr IlarmcltN W. T February 2;
a,t!l . I
25 18 J
OEALED PKOl'OS LS, IN TlUPLl
O cate, subject to the usual conditions,
will b" received at this oflice until 12
O'clock, noon, on Saturday, March 27,
18b0, at which time and p.ace they wid
fieopcnid in the presence of bidders, f.r
the lranportaljon of mililhry supplies on
ihe following described routes during tin
fiscal year 'commencing July 1, 1SSU, and
ending June 30, 18S7.
M ncn J Tmiisporlallon;
Route No. 1. SjioUane Falls, W. T., to
Fort Spokane, W.T
Route No. 2. Ashland, Oregon, to Fort
Route No. 3. Kuna, I. T., to Boise
Barracks, I. T.
Mcnmcr i ransportatlrfii'.
Route No. 4 For transportation of U
, Vilitary Supplies lielween. Astoria and
Fort Mcvens, Oregon, and "Fort ( aDb
The Government reserves the richt to
reject any or all proposals. Blank proposals-,
lorm ot contract, and printed cir
culars, giving lull information as to the
in inner of bidding, terms or contract and
p.ijment, will be furnished on application
to this olBce. Envelopes containing pro
posits. s.boud I; marked: "Propoa s for
Transportation on Route No ," and
addsesscd to the undersigned.
Lt.-Col. and Deputy Q. M. G., U. S. A.,
TIIE SISTCES OF THE nOLY SAME.
THE SHOLASTIC Y'EAR OF THIS
school will commence about the end ol
August, and is divided in Tour sessions,
of eleven weeks each.
Board and tuition, perterm, $40.00
Drawing and minting 8.00
Bed and Bedding 8.00
. r SELECT DAY SCHOOL.
Primary, per term, , 5.00
Junior, " . 0.00
Preparatoy " ; .00
Senior. " 10.09
1'upils recciveil at jny time, and special
attention is paid to piiticular studies in
behalf of children who have hut limited
time, lor further particulars apply at
In the Circuit Court ortlieStatcorOregon,
for the County of Jackson.
George Arnold, plaintiff, )
Susanna Arnold, defendant. )
J N THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
1 Oregon and by order of L. R. Webster,
Judge or said court dated 11th, March,
16S0. You arc required to appear in said
court, and answer the complaint of aid
Plaintiff filed against you, on or before
the 3rd day of May, 188G. And you are
notified thai, if you fail to answer said
complaint as above required, the Plaintiff
will apnly to the Court for the relief de
manded therein, to-wil: For a decree
against you for a divorce.
Given tinder my band this iSlhday'of
Jfarch A. D., 18S0. H. K. HAnxA,
Attorney foi Plaintiff.
TRAD EVu7 MARK.
Trie from Opiates, Emetics mid Poison.
IT llCfKMtlT Itn DtlLflL
THE CHARLES A. OTI-tll CO, Bl L7I HCHZ, XD.
Cures nheunnatism. Neuralgia,
iaraBrbt ipac4tB9, inuukm,
PiiVri' piiTY ri.srft.
I AT imLXCISTS AKD DFJlLCa.
TIIEC1I1RLC3 A. TOSELEU COCALTIXGU,UD.
' "-jbMJT WF aC
25 YEARS IM USE.
The Greatest Uedical Triumph of the Age!
SYMPTOMS OF A
Loss of nppctitc, Bowels costive. Fain In
the head, with a dull sensation iu tko
bactc part. Xain uuder tlio shoulder
blade, Fullness after cat lac, with als
incilnatioa to exertion of body or mind.
Irritability of temper, Low fcplrit. with
afeeltDcofbavinarnrclectcd some duty
AVenrincss, Dizziness, riuttcrinir at tho
Heart Dots before the eyes, Jleadacho
over ibo licbt eye ltcstlessncss, with
fitful Urenins, Highly colored Urine, and
TUTT'S IMXjLSaro especially adapted
to such eases ono b'sc effects such a
cliangf'offcclinffnto astonish the sufferer.
Tbey Increase the A ppetiteand cause the
bdy to Take ou Flrrti.tmn the ytem Is
nourlsliei1,aTit byiheirTonic Action on
the lUffestlveOfTraiis.Itrcular Stools aru
nnvlne'il. Price U5c. -4Murray M..W.Y.
TiTT'S HAIB DYE.
Grat JIaik or WrnKEns changed to a
C-lost IIlack by a single application of
ttis Vte. It Imparts n natural color, acts
instantanpctisly. SoM by Druggists, or
f "nt liv cxnreBH on receipt of 81.
CfJico. 44. Murray St., Now York
GEO. RIEVES, ?
At the olu stand of S. P. Ilanna, in Crone-
miller s building, ktcps on Irand a
full line of
.Ind is pi- nred lo do all work in his line
on sh i notice anu in a orl. manlike
mai.i cr. Vihicles of every des
cription made lo order.
lievairing A Specialty.
Terms reasonable and satisfacation
guaranteed. Geo. Rieves
The Tir-rms" Guide Is Is
sued March and Sept., each
'year: l(i page?, SixllJ
I inches, with ovr U,30O
illustrations r hole pic
ture callcrv. vcs whole
sale prices direct to consume jn all goods
for personal or family u Tells how
to order, and gives cxnf rest of every
thing you use, cat, drii- wear, or have
fun with. Tlicsd inva able books con
tain information gleaned from the mai
kets of the world. Wo will mail a copy
Fred to any address upon receipt of the
postage 7 cents. Let us hear from you.
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
EST A SC9 WaLuIi Atouxi-.. CMcaso. 111.
Man)- a Lady
is beautiful, all but her skin;
and nobody has ever told
hi'r how ea'.,y it is to put
beauty on '.ne skin. BeaiSy
on tnc skin is Magnolia
F& s CcDBVASi3r
ISSeS' SSJ &S4 Ef
vm be nuSed FREE to &11 aroltcaau. ani tocartoaen of
lnyeir wiUKmtordertnf it. ueooulnskbovt ISOpacei,
COO UlftiUfttloot, prices, sceorate df Mtiptioni and vua&bl
eirectlona for eiutinr all Tirij of V EG ETA CLE
Md FLOWEU SKUUS, BDLH3.CW. IiT&laftUa
to ah. epwlallr to Mukes Qtrtenm. Send lor U.
D. M. FERRY & CO., Detroit MtcMgaa
We euatl'-.E to cct as Sdlrftors for Patents.
Caraa. Tie Marte. Cttpyripbis. etc.. forUw
UiuteSas, Lai ada. CLba. Ectfa. i Fture
krnan rtc .t (jive ti4 ll;lrl)-iUe
ratertsfliai, l aicurhnfarecttltedinthe
rcictnnr khk Ihislarced-dspiendid
Ulastreted wivllv a,er. 3.20a)ear. thi.ws
thePDcn5s f Sclerce. 1 trj intprestirp. aoJ
tias an en rmiios (imitation. Address MCKK
t CX Pate-.t S.i!idl.i-s Tub's cf c-usnjic
aicsucax. M n.-t adv ay. New Vcrfc."
r??a week in your own town. Terms
SUU and ?3 outfit free. Address II
Hali.et, & o., Portland Maine.
E " If & fc ti:e creat1 s t&$3
EMb Rain is Produced.
Did it tver occur to 111 reader that
there u just as much water in the air
above on a clear, bright day as on a
cWady or rainv lonel Rin dees not
come from somewhere else, or if it h
wafted over you by the wind from else
where, the water that was over you i
sitnplv wafted on to soma other place
Water is absorbed in the air above us,
at a certain temperature, ana it be
come Insensible. Cool tha air by i
wind draft ef cooler atmosphere1, or
1T electrical or chemical infmsm-ea,
and th' taonient'tba air becomes coo'
er it gives opOmfcof the watery par
tides toll wers insensible or invisible
at tha higher temperatnra. These
small particles thus, given out unite,
and when enough of thera coal esc, ob
struct tha ligVt and sn'o as cloudK
Whenanongh of them unitu to be too
heavy to fljat in tha air, they begin
to descend; pair "after pair of them
come together Vintil a rain-drop is
formed. Ua of thase mintitn rain
drops 5s tfladft of millions of infinitely
smill watery panicles.
A'r passing over the cold tops of
mountain is cooled tiown so that it
gives up a good deal of the congealed
watery vapor, and hence little rain
falls in the region along the lee lids
of such mountains. This is why so
little rain falls in Colorado, and in
other states north and south of that
State. The prevailing winds bliw
from the west, and at the cool tops ot
the Rocky mountains lower thrir tem
perature and thus take out the moist
ure Ibat Would otherwise fall in rain.
Samuel lloreland died suddenly,
last H ek, at bis home in Portland, of
heart disease. tie tunjfi to Orrgon
when quiti young, thiry four years
ago; married Alius Fannin Case of
But'eville; was many years associate
editor on the 'Oregonian," and for
some yean tintil duite raeeatly
has fcttn pelfce judg'e of Portland.
iiir.A2uurinu cim uioreiana as an
uii niimiii iioaiai iwajiarmaiii oi :
giod character, of sound ability; an
houeet nan, a capable journalist, a
correct judge, and a sincere though an
uuprHtending friend. Soclftty and the
world must mils his genuine and ster
ling principle. His friends cannot
forget r-hat lie gave them in bis friend
ship, and his family have lost a hus
band and father whose whole1 heart
was theirs. Their fates wtt hava laved
to meet and fcretk thes man yea's,
thus pass away; pioneers become fewer
as the years increase; Oregon mar
ard np tidubl will p'eopW with thou
sands oE hew comers who will excel
her manhood and increase her waallh,
but ntotia ban replace to ns'the Pioneers.
Tlirre Is still a pressing deairg among
the patrons of the ring to sett Deinpsey
and Chitrlie Mitchell pitted against
eacn other. A telegram was sent on
Sunday to Dempsey from this city,
immediately after the result of the
fi:;ht had vein received, asking him if
he could meet Mitchell at once. The
latter declared that he would a&cebt a
match with Dempsey if it were crue
that Lo Blanche had been Leaton by
him, and if he would put np enough
money. It is proposed It bid the ar
tides and make all arrangements here,
and then charter a steamship and go to
Oregon to fight. The stakes may be
as high as 810,000 a side. S. F.
'Chronicle," March 16.
Washington March 26. At the
conclusion of the spirited debate in tli
Senate to-day on the papers, Piatt of
Connecticut moved to take up the bill
admitting Washington! Territory as a
state. Cockrsll of Missouri opposed
it, and Plstt, by stupid management er
by ignoraoce of the rules, was beaten,
although there was a majority in fa
ror of taking up the bill. When
Piatt saw that he bad lost his point he
gave notitie that lie wodld renew his
tuition on Monday. If the bill it in
trusted to th bungling inanagerant
of Piatt It will stand a noar channa nf
getting through the Senate.
The Associated Press is never at its.
best except whitt reporting a prize
fight. When tw sluggers break the
Sabbath en tha other side of the con
tinent by pounding each other in a
ring, it has to be wired here at any
The estimated fire losses of Feb
ruary were $8,500,000 in the "United.
States and Canada. This is abeut Ihe
avrrage for February loss for the last
eleven or twelve years.
John W. Hillman, for many years n
resident of Jaeksonvitle, in this state,
but now living not far from Baton
Rougp. in Louisiana, writes to the
Democratic "Times" t hit he was one
of the patty who discovered Crater
Lake in the summer of 1S54, while on
a prospecting tour witt CoL John E.
Ross, John L. Louden and Patrick Mu
Manus, the latter two of whom are
both dead. Hh and hin Jrieudg gave
it the name of "Deep Blue Lake," its
nresent more annrooriate title never
once having occurredTto theni; "Who-'
bestowed upon it iti rosent title of
'Cratt'r Like," we can hardly say, but
we believe it was first given that name
by a party of picnickers in 1870, the
leader of whom was Thos. G. Owen,
then residing at Jacksonville, but now
practicing law at Marshfield, in Coos
county. He wrote an 'article aboul it,
which appeared in the Jacksonville
"News" of August, 1870, and it was
copied into the '"Overland Monthly"
if the month following. Mr. Hill-
man is a brother of George W. Hill
man, for many years a Salesman in em
ploy of John Cran k Co. tof this city.
The great Lick telescope nearing
completion in 'he shop of Alvau Clark,
i he venerable and eminent telescope
maker of Cambridgeport, Masi. This
telescepe is to be placed in the obser
vatory on Ihe summit of Mount Ham
ilton. The lens of this instrument
have been under the hands of Mr.
Clark and his sous tint last Septem
ber. They were cast in Paris, and if
destroyed could not be duplicated with
in the next six months at any price.
They are valued at 825,000 each ami
when computed will be thirty-six
inches in diameter and will weigh
about 700 peunds. The instrument
when completed will be the largest re
fracting tlescoj in the world, and Iiy
its power the moon, 240,000 miles
from the 'earth, will be brought within'
There arrived in Porthnd tori the
Columbia on her lait trip two boys
named Gebhard. The younger was
only 6, and the older was less than 8
years old. They came from San Fran
cisco in the care of Cspt. Bolles. Their
story, and there is ho reason to disbe
lieve it, is that they canlfl frem Aus
tria to Saa Francisco in search of
their father-, who, they learned, was
in Chehalis, W. T. They met with
marked kindneks on their journey.
Upon arrival in Portland their "hats
were chalked" by the Nbrthern Pacific
A tree known as the rain-tree is
found in the drier parts of South
America. The tree grows to be the
height of sixty feet, and its leaves have
a very peculiar property of 'contlerising
the moisture from the atmosphere. So
copious is this condensation that aeon
tinual shower falls from (he leaves and
branches, until the surrounJing soil is
converted into a vertible marsh.
Places that Would otherwise bo a bar
ren desert are by this means covered
with the most luxuriant forests.
The Miller family Is juite original
in its matrimonial habits. Joaquin's
daughter has just get oat of the news
papers with two liuabirids charged to
her, and now the tnether, who two
years ago married a youth of twenty,
has divorced hiln, and makes a third
venture with a youag Mr. Kline,
whom she wedded last week at Eugene
Senator Jones, of Florida, ia mak
ing love to a Detroit ladj. His con
stituents are angry aboutitand wantthn
gorernor to consider Jone's seat vacant
and appoint some ene in his 'place.
They have no objections to his making
love, but they think he is too slow in
inducing the lady.
Those who contemplate going East
had better buy their tickets while the
rates are low. Present indications
look to the formation of a pool by the
1st of April, though rates will never
again be as high as tbey were before
the ()eol was dissolved.
A eable dispatch from the Chines
Government to their Minister at Wash
ington, makes vijoroils protest against
the treatment Of the Chinese in the
Japan has taken a census and the
shoving Is 68,500,000 population.
At 8:10 o'clock Tuesday evening
Suey La's laundry Ko 250 Silib.
street between Mndinon and Main,
Portland, Oregon was blown op, witb.
uoise like tha report of a cannon.
Everything was in confusion. 11l9
Mdfwalk was covered with wo6d sea
errd piomiscously about, the fence
was wrecked and the porch and stes
that had formerly stood adjacent to the
front of tht tiottso wr're gone. N.irly
every window in the houe wasbrokea
and the foundation seemed to be badly '
shaken. The donrswerejcnhingpil and
otirtywas broken eulirly off. Two
lsmps tbaV stocd in brackets "neair - th
windows were-still burning, one being
cracked. Windows were broken iii
other bouses near byjgl Officers fuuml
h Chinese mat under the houo torn in
nich a itmincr as to tho that it had
curained the explo-dvrs Who tha
miscreants wrre that done the mischeaf
does not so clearly nppar. Th Chi
nese might have done it themsalves, for
effect, and to gain sympathy for the
anti Chinese cause. It might have
been 'dona by white men, as Suey L",
the "boss man," said that three
men called at his laundry at 7 o'clock,
but did not make known their businsj,
even after being quegtion'eu. After
sizing 'up (he establishment they left
and want along Sixth street to the
The latest achievement iA ihe art it
telegraphy is the invention by the r--doulitable
Edion of a m'elhod of tele
graphing to and from a train nf cars in
motion. The'eluctric current utllizedfnr
this puproe is g( nerated by a battery in
the car and conducted to the roof of
the car from which it passs through
the air to the ordinary telegraph wirea
along the railroad track. The distance
between the top of the car and wire is
so short that the electric teerruufc meets
butliiUeresi tanee in its pastS from
the car roof to tre wires. Messages
are sent in Ufe' ordinary 'mariner by in-
terraption.s of the current witha ilora
fV. . '. VTTV "." "".tC"V:&.l
.new, over nia.ears.njr! a rubber.."nil
around the Lead. The usual business
over the wires Is in nd man'Rer Interfer
ed with by messages to and frotil mov.
This month is the time to plant
trees, we have WVeral hundred to set
out an intend to improve the occasion
as soon as the ground is in order to
work and loose no time. The rainv
spell we have had has been sesonabl a
and it is the time V6 decide whit va
rititsyou wish to put out and to ord-r
them of the nurseries. Yob will find
the cards of the best nurseries in Ma
rion county as good as Oregon afford',
in the "Farmer," order your trees im
mediately and plant them right awur
take care of them and you will have A
good orchard, look in the "Farmer" al
ways for persons to patronize. Men
who bean business and actually have
what you want are sharp enough to
advertise. ''Willamette Farmer."
A desperately love-sick youth was
Alexander EtTmari, eighteen year of
age, and a resident of Happy Camp.
The object of his adoration was oitn
Martha Jano.Divisj a seventeen year
eld. beauty, who failed to show any at
tention to hira at a party given at
her mother's residence. He therefore
went away, but later returned and
rapped for admission; bn being denied
admittance hewalked arouad the homo
a time or two and then deliberately
shot himself. Poor fellow, hocou'd
not stand grief, and pdrharji II is be'
ter for him to go thus early rather
than brave what tiiight havn come far
thp'r On in the common course of
A half-breed living near Oak Point
shot himself with suicidal intent last
Friday, bat unfortunately he did not
die. Such fellows are common to all
races and colon, and want to be regaled
on champaigns and Eastern oysters at
the lax paj ers' expense. His reason
for the deed was '.hat he did not want
to live if he had to work for it;
Denver, March 28 A 100 yard
foot race at Pueblo between M. K.
Kettleman, of Kansas Citij and Joint
Knoght, of Pueblo, for $3000 and gatd
meney, was won bv the former in tan
seconds. He gave Kniglit fifteen fe t
start and Inch won by twenty feet:
The distance from Corvallia to Al
bany is just ten miles, as fixed bv thri
Oregon Pacific Survey on almost a d:
. Ihe operator .teceitinjtMaJ-ijgjf.
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