Oregon sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1858-1888, April 10, 1886, Image 1

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OREGON SENTINEL.
OREGON SENTINEL.
PUBLISHED SATURDAYS;
at-
ADVERTISING RATES.
.Idvertisemt-nts will bo Inserted In Ihe
Sentinel at the following rate's:
Ten lines, one insertion $3 5Q
" ' each subsequent insertion. $1 00
f' Legal advertisements inserted rea
sonably. Job work of all kinds done on prompt
notice and in workinai .like s yle,
A Discount to Yearly Aclterllaere.
' Jacksonville, -
Oregon,
r
FRANK KRAUSE
TERMS
One copy. Per Year, In advanc
VL. XXXI--NO. 15
JACKSONVIL OREGON, APBIL 10, 1SvS6.
S3 PER YEAR:
MPanTaTaTMMWBanMnTannTaenTgnW.nTaTaTaTaaenn 1 1 Wl UIIMJjM- ',12
$2 50 je:
fEOFESSIOXAL CARDS.
T. JL TOsJNU, M. D.,
lH.ysian And Surgeon,
CsivntAL Poixt, Oregon.
(Jails promptly attended to at all hours.
t. L WHITNEY.M.D,
EtOL rCIXT' OREGON.
Having .located at thjs place I ask a
share f the patrorligc of this section.
Calls attended to at any time.
. ,
W. F. WIL.L.1AMSCW
ATTROKEY &, COUNSEL R-T-LA W
Medford, Oregon.
All,, )msi. ess in my line will receive
promptj.itention.
P. P. PRIM,
ATTORNEY CdUNScLOR-AT-LAW
Jacksonville, Ogn.,
.Will praclice in all the Courts of the
State. Office in Court ll tjk:.
f. B. KENT,
ATTORNEY & rOUNSELER-AT-L.4W.
Jacksonville Oregon.
AV1 rractice in ail tlie CuurtsVfthis State.
Office in the lourt House.
O. BEMPKRT, M- D-.
u'raduateofUniverMty, Leipzig, Germany,
Physician And Surgeon.
Calls attended to at all hours day and
night. Office opposite Slover Ho el, Jack
sonville, Oregon.
K. ITjre, 11. 1.
t. V. Ucarj, II. W.
PRYCE & GEARY.
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS,
i Offices. For the present will be as
Heretofore.
J. W. rWBINSON; M D.',
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Jacksoavilo, Ogn.
OFFIOE At City Drug Slore. Rcsi
deuce on Fourth St., ophite 51. E.
Church. i l ,
Calls prtimptly attended to. d.iy and niplil.
S. F. bOWKLL,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
U
Portland, OUkcIon.
Ail business plnjed in my hands will re.
ccivo prompt attention. Special -attention
given to cullcclions.
iOUN It.MITOIlELU K.M.DF.MENT
MtTCBELIi & -DEMENT.
Attorneys tfe Counsellors At Laic.
ORl-e inIvamm's new bui ding, corner
First aui Piue bticets
' .
Portland, Oreoos.
, . ! :
"Will practice in all the courts ol Oregon
A. L. JOHNSON",
Notary Public, Real Estate Agent and
(Jollec "cr
aSCCccaforci, o
I make cum eyancing and f urnjshing ab
stracts of land titles a specialty. Loans
negotiated and collections made. All
business Mtrustcd to my care will receive
"mi nd rarctul "'""''""
WILL. JACKSON,
ENTIST,
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON.
b
Teeth extracted at all hours.
Laughing gas administered,
"if desired for which extra
Vhargc will be made. Office on corner of
n.lir.intta nt.il ?ttli CttVWti
i. O. OIB83. L. B. BTKARNf.
felBBS & STEARNS,
A TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS,
Rooms 2 and istniwb'rlu'ge's Building,
PORTLAND, OREGON.
"Will practice in all courts of record m the
State Qf Oregon and Washicton Terri
tory; and pay particular attention to
bntjnuskia Federal courts.
Dissolution Notice.
AjbTJCEIS HEREBY GIVEN ITIAT
y tke Rogue Rivet Distilling To,
comprised of X K" Ljt'c, John A. Han
ey and Geo 51. Love, is dissolved by
mutual consent, John A. Hanlcy will con
Mnuctlie business and willrcceipt nll,acj
fnts due the late comptny as well as
isttle Its indebtedness.
N K. LYTLK,
JOHN A. IUNLEY,
GEO. M. LOVE.
icksonvMcj Now. 1, 1SS5-
EXCELSIOR
LIVE Rife AND -FEED
8TA13LE
Corner Of
OREOOV AND UaLIFORMI ST3., JACKSOTILLr
W. J. FLYZrZALE, prop'r
Would respectfully- inform the public
that he has a fine stock of
s
Horses, Buggies and OnirpVi
And he is prepared to furnish his patrons
and the public generally with
Fine Turnouts
As can bcTiad on the Pacific coast. Sad
die horses hired to go to any part of
the county
Animals Bought and Sold.
Horses broke to work ,sin!;le or double
Horse"! boarded and the best of care be
stowed upon them while in my charge
A liberal share of the public patronage
is sonciieu on reasonable terms
MAX MtJLLEE,
P. O. Building, Jacksonville
-DEALER IN
General Merchandise.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED TAKES
J pleasure in informing the puhli
that he has purchased L. Solomon's
tercst in the
POST OFFICE STORE.
Vbich will be kept stockrd with a com
plete and first cl iss assortment of general
merchandise. I will sell "t
Very Seasonable Kates.
Give mc a call and see for yourselves.
JIAX 11ULLER
W TOWS OF MDFORD !
Lots for sale at low prices and on easy
terms.
nplv to J. S. HOWARD, Agent, at
Mcdlbrd.
AUo, in the Railroad addition tc tin
tow n or AbHLAND.
Apply to M. L. McCail, Agent, Ashland.
PHOENIX.
Apply to 31 V. B. SOULE, Ageht
Phoenix.
GOLD HILL.
Apply to 31. E. POGUE, Agent, Gold
Hill.
GRANT'S PASS.
Applv toS. 31. WILCOX, AgentGram's
Pass. "Orlo GEO. H. ANDREWS,
().& C. It. It. Co.. Portland Or.
THE ASHLAND MILLLGB
AND
NORMAL SCHOOL,
VisiliJ -i3icl Ox-.
Four courses of study. Normal and
Commercial College, Preparatory and In
strumental music.
For particulars or catptosue apply to
the undersigned.-it Ashland, Oregon.
31. G. ROYAL, A. 31.
President
ASMASC
ML S. SILSBEES TXTEItytL PILE REHEDV
Gives lnttant Relief, ctu is an Infallible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Slid by DniKsi'ts e cry where. Price, 't.OO
j er box, ;r-7iii?, by mail. Samples sent
fire to Physicians ral all sufferers, by
S'eustaedtei A Co., Jiot ?!MG, New York
Citv. Sole manufacturers of ANAKESIS.
Valuable Zand For Sale.
The undersigned offers 2,000 acres ol
valuable land tor sale. Land situa'ed on
Antelope areek, eighteen m les fror Jack
sonville tt ill be sold in a body for 10
per acre or in 1G0 or &2Q ncrc lots al from
$15 to $20 per acre. For particulars ad
dress or call on A. L. Johnson, Land
Agent, or W3I. BYBEE,
Jacksonville, Oregon
NOTICE.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO TIIE
undersigned by note or book account,
are requested to call and sttilc. without
delay. G. KAREWSKI.
Jacksonville. June 221685.
Farin For "Rent.
The undersigned oflers the Dardenellcs
farm for rent. For full nartirnlrs rnll
on the owner at the place
I nos. Cuavnek.
GoMHil Sept. 071.85
THE STAFF OF LIFE!
THE ROGUE RIVER
SO FLOllRINC MILLS
TTAVING. RECENTLY ,,DEEN RE--Tl
fitted with al" modern improvements,
are now turning out a first-class article
of flour, which is put up in one-fourth
bairel sacks, and every sack is warranted
to contain 49 pounds of flour If you don't
believe this, just compare a sack of our
flour with any other brand offered for sale
.in this market, and note the difference in
weight.
Flour and Mill-Feed
Constantly on hand and exchanged for
wheat
BARLEY ROLLERS.
Having added a set of Dariey Rollers to
my mill, I have set apart every Saturday
to Roll llarlcy for customers. The work
Trill lw Hnnn nn tltArf nntif en Hint n-
ttcs can return with their grist the, same
uay. i am prepareo. to roil Daney at all
times And in Itip lwsl msnnpr TMa nrn
cess is tar ahead of the crusher
: , . G.KAKEWSK1.
Jacksonville, Sept. 22. 18S3.
Farmer's Store,
Medford, Oregon,
ANGLE & PLYMALE Prop's.
The undersigned takes pleasure in an
nouncing that he has openid his pl.irn of
butincss in the m-w town ofledford, Or
egon, andis now prepared to furnish, iu
quantitiesto suit,
GROCERIES;
PROVISIONS,
PAINTS AND OILS
MACHINE OIL
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
CANDIES, NUTS,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Etc.
Jly stock is fresh and first-class, and I
propose to keep a full assortment of every
thing in my lino and sell at
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER
All I ask is a trial.
"Highest price paid for P-oduce.
TNVENTIET1-I YEAR.
S2.HASTS ACADEMY,
CONDUCTED BY.
TIIE SISTERS OP TIIE HOLY NAME.
THE SIIOLAST1C YEAR OF THIS
school will commence about the end ol
August, and is dhided in four sessions,
of elcveD weeks each.
Board and tuition, per term, $40 00
Music , 15.00
Draw ing and painting S.00
Bed and Bedding 3.00
SELEUT DAY SCHOOL.
Primary, per term, $ 500
Junior,. , !' GOO
Preparatoy " 8.00
Senior, " 1 ,....,1006
Pupils received at .my time, and special
attention is paid to pniticular studies in
behalf of children who have but limited
time. For further particulars apply at
the Academy
Summons:
In the Circuit Court of tlie State of Oregon,
, for the County ,of Jackson.
George Arnold, plaintiff, 1
vs.
Susanna Arnold, defendant. )
I N TnE NA31E OF TIIE STATE OF
1 Oregon and by order of L. R. Webster,
Judge ol said court dated Utli,, March,
1880. You arc required to a.ipear in said
court, and answer thi complaint of aid
Plaintiff ijled against you, on or before
the 3rd day of May, 188G. And you are
notified that, it ou fail to answer said
complaint as abovqrequired, the Plaintiff
manded tberein. to-wil: 'ior a decree
.tj c-fc- i -r? - -. n.it fi..
airaiust vou for a. divorce.
Given under my iiarid this ,lQth day of
.uarcu A.u., isu. 11. K. manna.
Attorney foi Plaintiff.
Notice.
Laj.d Office at RosijBuna, Oon )
Mutch 1G", 18S0, f
Notice is hereby given that the follow.
jng-nanicd settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof w ill be
maac Deiore tlie Juuge .or Clerk or Jack
son county, at Jacksonville, on Tuesday
Jpri 27, 188G, viz: .-llfred Carter, Home
stead o. 3211 for the S E If of S W if,
S Y if of S E if See. 30. X E if of N W
if and N V if of N E jj Sec .31, Tp 37,
S R3. west, .Will. Jer. He names the
loiiowins witnesses to prove his continu
ous residence vfpon, and cultivation of,
sud land, viz: Jonh F. .4tteherv. Ed
ward .Vanville, Henry Beritan and E. P.
vicKroy, nil ot Jacksonville, Jackson
ounty, Oreeon.
Wm. F. Bknjaiiix, Register
MILLER BK0S.,
Dealers in
Field Tenable anil Flowtr Seeds
Imperial gg Food,
Garden Tools, Fertilizers,
ETC ETC-
129 2d St, between Salmon and Taylor,
Portland, Oregon
tradeJ7maRK:
AbMnltttelH
Trte from Opiates, Mmetta oiuf JPolton.
SAFE.
SURE.
SCts.
PROMPT.
GRtFirfss &: war
bQMM
JS&iVZ!r
t"5.ir.llt3
'Airi "Zvsz
aslBSSSSgEV
mm REHEDf
Cures nhejmctisrs, f.eiralg.a.
PpIf, rrK?, ctr.,t
Ft'ici. i iirav ccrTr
Al TL(,tJfiT3 Jr. DLUU-Ei
TIinCIUCLES AaTGUELZS COiaLTlX'at,Ui.
TUTT
25
YEARS IN USE;
The Greatest Hidieat Trmmph of the Age!
SYMPTOMS OF A
TORPUDLBVER..
Xiossofnppetiir. IJoweU costive. Fain la
the head, with a doll sen nation In tho
baric pnrt, laln under the iboulder
falade( Fullness after eattuc Ytitlin dis
inclination to exertion of body or mind,
jrritubihtyof temper. IjOW aplrlts. with
nfcclincof bavinc neclectcd nomedatr,
AVcarlness, Dizziness, Flntterinar at Ibo
Heart Iot before the eyes. Hcndacho
over the richt eye, UestlcssncM. with
fitful drentn, Hisbly colored Urine, and
CONSTIPATION.
TUTT 1'il.I.Saroespeclallj adapted
to such rases, one dnso effecu sucli a
chaiignffeii'lnprintoaslnnUhtliesuirerer.
Thoy Iiirreiiae the A ppctltcaixl cause the
body to Tnke ou Klealiitatli therjtem U
noitrlshrd.rrit bytht JrTonlc ct.ou on
the ItlBestiveOrtcaus.ltrsitlarStooUare
jmilnr"! Hrlcna.lc. 41 JIitrriyNt..'V.V.
ifb ERC&BCT l?SS
C.rtiT IIaie or Wni'KEi'.s chaiaea to a
Glossv Black. ly a single applfaation of
tfis Bit. Ic impartB a uuturaf color, act
lnstanlanoaly. Sold bv DrcIsta, or
t nt bv uitrcB.1 on rowipt of -A.
Office. 4 Murray St . Ho w York
GEO. RIEVES,
WAGON--MaK&R,
Jacksoi.villo, Or.
At the old stand of S. P. Ilann.i, in Crone
miller's builduiir, kit ps on hand a
lull line of
Wagon Material!
A nd is pi ared to do all work in his line
on sh i notice and id a workmanlike
mar cr. VchicUs of every des
cription made to oidCr.
Remiring A Specialty.
Terms reasonable and satisfacation
guaranteed. Gf.o. Rinvns .
Tho TiVYEtig Guide b Is
sued March and Keptf each
year: 210 pages, SJrll
(inches, with or'' 3,300
illuitralions r hole pic
ture callerv. -ves w hole-
sale prices direct to consume jn all goods
for personal or family u Tells how
to order, and gives esaf cost of cyeiy:
thing jou use, catj drir wearer have
fun with. Tlieso inva AUs"Looks con
tain information gleancrfrom.the maP
kets of the wor!L yfa will mail a opy
Free to any ad Jrgss upon receipt of the
postage 7 cents. " Let us hear frorr. you.
Eespectfully,
MONTGOMERY WARD &. CO.
127 It 82 Wabua Aveaab CUeca. UL
"""-. Arrxhrip :-Ta
is beautircJ, all but heXskjn;
and nobody" x has ever told
her how easyX'jt is to put
beautv on the skin. Beautv
on the skin is Magnolia
Udllll.
Yfsm
'?&
m
zmitsig3w
i Kr-W I'tl i-if-ja i.l " IX it
fcf- efsr. s' rfJ5s2
Wmfcman4Fi:l:Rtoitn,Ist5 enl)tcm4tacttor
lut ynr v'thost rdeil3K It. it amnio, c-Anat I&Q pajn,
COOlltottriUoaa; jirlMI,eear&ladeMTjptVi I n-t Tftlaab ,
dtnrClMM-fcrrliiDjar all TarlrtW f TlJ.CETATiI 71
ui rVOWElt HhyDS, llBLIM,tJU loTUsuia
at lO. vtrccltllr t MukM Csrtcsrrt. Sinit tvr It.
D. M. FERRY & CO., Detroit; (Michigan,
PATEMTS
VTe contli' 8 to act asSo:iritonl for ratents.
Ci-eats. T"Je Marks. Cnprriebbl -eic. or the
Dtite f "ales, taiada. Cuba. Etj: is-tL France
Gvju! etc. I e taveiiu lUlrtj-Uic
yean.' experience. ,
Pate-its lwl d ibrcpf Imsare nalcedmttia
fciExntic 7VKIHAN lliUtrp ard spiecdld
iUastnited weeMviafcr ?3.'iO ajearshi.ws
tbePnerw3 rffdMce. ls,erjic rstlcp. and
aas as enormous rimilatlon. Ai dress MCK
t CO, Patett SiUt-Iurs. Fob's f ccitsnnc
nir.niti mi jtruaunay.iew vvcrx.
Hsild rtmt xheiif PalAt,'
'sv
$($!& week in your own trlwn. Titois
300 and $5 outfit Iree. Address H
Hallet, & o., Portlaad Xine,
flES SrtT
l.,
6tffib.K
ill
For Pai
5g
PILLS
til Ep
Cleveland and Eustis.
Cirrulatioa is given la ths eait.rn
papers to an interview betwetn tbe
President and Senator Eustij of Louis
iana, iu which the latter seems to have
used the plainest kind of plain talk.
The Sanator told the President tint a
large proportion of 111 at appointnmts
were indefansibl, and h taid: "The
Republicans will maks the point that
your administration lias been unequa'
lo its retponxibilitiet, that it is under
vicious iiifiuence; and 'in eupport'of
this nil) bring forward thu defeated
nomi'nees, with the charges made and
sustained against their enmpeteney,
fitness and moral character, and will
aik the country to remember that but
for ths Republican senats's interven
tion thess men would havs been hold
ing office undr a Democratic adminis
tration." The President suggested
that it was too lata to mend that mat
lr now. Tim Senator retorted tint it
was atill tiiuo for thu President to
withdraw nominations whoe iiupru
priety Im had ascertained.
This mav be described as an afftir of
outpo-.'.s. Tlial the Prrtideni's cunti-if-nte
hat bexii abused iu many cas,i-s,
and that iht: lesult has lineu the up
pniiitiiitnt of Unfit nipu', is a matter nf
g-ntral noturiuiy. Bat this is mil;
oni of the consequence of the lude
pt-ndfat policy ilr. UVveland has
chovii to tollow. 11 ha, acted from
drt to last on the theory that he i
the ptrty; and that Ihe other u,erubrr
uiut toe hu mark or alep out. Tne
S'eusiorj, om the other liiti'l, dalan
ihil limy are thu parly, and that the
PienidtiPt must tre their mark, or dis
peiiM) with party support throughout
bin adiuiuixlratioii. Il Is a pleaaau
rig'ii as it standi-, ami the prople can
to'itruipUlt) ita iciSklludsj witliuu
excessivH emotior.
tVnutor Eutlis' complaint is not in
g uuuus. He is not, so much couchiii
ei tout the tip8Tntiuent of uuSt met
as hu is about thu noh appoinfment of
pMrsons liuci lit and hu frittiiJs rec-
..iim ad fur afiic. His Z'al for the
inteiT-,1 of tlio j'xriy may ihus-bu ac
counted fur, unhuut siting liiiu creJii
for excem e patriotism. Whether h
wi'l prevail against tbe President, oi
ill- President wi I qutll the senatorial
mutiuy, is one or lbs interesting
conundrums of the futura.
Washington, Marrn 30. tt hai.
been u question of koj.b iuterent who
it is in the bouts ln'. represents the
Northern Pacific '".ilroad. llermaau's
rnnolution decid.d that jestertlayi II
ius been ihiVpinion of msny that the
committee en public landn, in bringing
in a bill toferfsit the entire Norlhrrn
Pacific railroad grant from Bismaik,
in fjako'a, to Portland, Oregon, wa
really workin; in the inlerestj of the
toinpsny, for it is knowu such a meas
ure could never pass th tenate, atiu s
lie schpme would be Eilled. Her
mann's resolution provides for forfeit
ing the grant from Wallula to Port
land, where tbe railway company has
not laid a tie or placed a rail. Such a
resolution or bill could easily ba passed
and made a law. But the'N P. rail
road doss not want action taken, and,
as toon as Hermann's resolution was
read, Strait of Minnesota and Oates of
A labanjiv ran down t !. '?ttt
betora the speakers desk to oppose it.
Oites is not on the committee on pub
lic lands, and has no special interest
in tho reiolutibn, but he flowed zeal
that was amazing. Hermanu got
down in the little spate kimself, and
pushed his resolution through, after an
animated altercation.
-riip or run.
Nature's own true Laxative. Pleas
nut to the Palate, acceptable to the
Stomach, harmless in ita nature, pain
less in its action. Cures habitual
Constipation, Billirnsness, Indigestion,
and kindred i 's. Cleanses the system,
puiiGes ilis bloo.i, regulates the liver
and acts on the Bowles. Break up
Colds, Chills, and Fevers, ets.
Strengthens the organs on which is
acts. Better than bitter, nausrous
medicines, pills, salts and 'dfaagrits.
Sample bottle free, and large bdttles for
sale by Merrill k Robinson, Jackson
ville. According to (Jen. Rostcrans Demo
erats are raising money every day to
end "good Democrats homa who are
in Washington from all parts of the
country ti g"t places and have not
sueeedeJ."
JVative Sons of Orcgonu
At 8 o'clock to-niht, at the council
chamber in this city, there will be a
meeting of native bora Oregonians, to
consider the proposition to organize a
permanent society. It has occured to
nifinv that such an orgaization would
serve a useful purpose by bringing
Oregon born men, who are now legien,
inte.acquaintance with each other and
in a position where their unittd voire
may be expressed, when occasion re
qnire8,"upon;ai&Wrs affecting the Wei-
faro of the state. This alone is suffici
ent motive for organizing, but there
are other purposes not less important.
The movement u by no means a Pert-
land affair, but it is intended to take in
the whole state. Blar.y young men
living at interior points have signified
their wish to be "counted in," and it is
thought that a society with a large
and representative membership tan
raislr ba organized. In California
there is a large, organizaiieH of "natevs
nods," in which the whole stats takes
pride. The capacity of.a country to
produce ben i?, after all, its highest
capacity. Oregen, we are proud lo
ay, need not le ashamed of her achiev
in en t in ihis rerpect, and we art glad
o see her tons eager to honor her.
Lat Wednesday, March dl.Ssnator
Dolph addrcosedtliu Smart m favor of
the admission of Wasniugton Territory
into the Uniau as State He claim
ed that from every point of view the
territory was .entitled to aJmus on.
Alluding 10 recent anti Chinese occur
eiiLts, 0o h haul i hey were the work,
not of citizen of Washington Territory,
liut of forttlghnera. The outrages he
(.luiaL-leriZfd us inexcusable; he would
not defend lawless violence; but there
were some mi igiting circumstances
in ibis c8H. Thn people of the whole
Pacific coast were liuust unanimous
a tliu policy of excluding Ciiinase,
)Ut the proxinii pl Vajhiiigton lar
ritory o British Columbia gave oppor
tunity for manr Cniiiee, on the com
pletion of the Canadian Pacific railway,
to got into Washington Territory and
so i iolile the laws ef ihe UuiledStates.
Alihuugh nalietiai troops had been
called for, the prnple of Washington
Territory had arrainged uiaiierk bafore
tbe troops arrived. The auti-Chinaite
mcitlent should not prejudice the case
of the Territory. Occurrences just as
reprehensible had occured in most of
the States before admission, ami same
time.
Wine is a mocker, strong drink is
rosing, an whosoever is deceived
thereby is not wise. Neither is the
man who puts bis faith in the prohi
bition ticket; fer at the last minute,
prohibition Democrats will vote tht
Democratic ticRet and the St. John
Republican gudgeons will be out in
the cold holding the sack sniped in
beautiful style, as they were iu New
York at the last presidential election.
You can never catch a Democratic
sucker but once with the same hook,
bat Republican suckers iH bite the
same hsek as often as ".hey are dis
guised with prohibition bate, thoiigh
they bite lite a serpent and sting like
an adder. "Albany Bulletin."
Multnomah Typographical Union
will to morrow endorse the candidacy
TtT-Tl'rnnlr , K.. L-o, J L'.'V .Ji1 IBflOT DT
en of State Printer. He will add
material strength to the Republican
ticket in case ha be nominated, and
kis friends confidently predict that he
will be.
The "Prohibition Star" is still try
ing to boom its "prohibition ticket by
characterizing all oppostion to that
ticket as "mud slinging," but tbe
boom is busted. The wind was knock
ed out ef it, partly, by that ticket.
A Buffalo burnette hired a bachelor
to turn ber chestnut hair to a blond.
He made a pronounced and undeniable
brindltt, for which she sues bim for
$2,500. It is not a cent lad much.
When a mugwump falls out ef thu
rear ranks ef the Republican party, he
drops ia the lead of the Democratic
party as naturally as a duck takes to
water.
ihii bo't, dry fl .ul applied te tbe
face and ncfc, is very effective remedy
for a "jumping toothache."
BelvaLockweoil, it is mentioned,
wi" spain be a candidate for the presl
Idea. la liJ38.
Cholera From Raisins.
The rasa of Asiatic cholera reported!,
from Michigan seems, as the doctora
sat, to have ben caused by thereon
sumption of Valenicia raisins. No
case of the disease had occared in tlie
locality before. No persons living ia
the neighborhood had ever associated
with cholera patients. There lml
been no new arriyals from injected
localities. If ihejloctors are righl m
declaring that the pestilence can only
bef prepsgaled, -throw:jh;r,itha,disuae
germs, or bacilli th-4tiasur!tvarrise,"-how
did they get there And ilia
answer is that they can only havn cot;
there through the raising from Valeii
cia, at which place the ilunnse w.
severe!) prevalent fur the beat put of
a ysar.
W havo no wish to b?cnm altera
ists, but tho who remember tlm
sligbness ef the connecting link be.
tween the cholera iri Europe in 1S32
and 1849, and its outbreak in (hit
country in those years, will not dreui
it extravagant to lay that it may have)
crossed the Atlantic in a raisin box.
At any rate, it is well to take all rea
sonable precautions. If there be any
thing in it, the avoidance ef Spaui-th
raisins may prevent an epidemic.
Under the circumstance prudent house
keepers srill, for the presest at least,
decline buying Spanish fruit, and if
they want raisins will take the native
article.
There seems but little prespect ef
Dakota being admitted as a 8'ate dvt.
rin; this session of Cgrts. The
Demecrats of the Territory, to a very
considerable number, havn written to
the members of the Committee oa Ter
ritorial, objecting to A divition of the
forty sixth parallel and asking that
the line of the Mississippi river be fol
lowed instead. It is the disposition ot
the House Territorial Coaiaiittea to ad-pt-Ua
latlar , tnggMtioay and.it- wilt
either lay before the House a bill to
this effect, or report astvefrelf u,3n
the Senate bill, admitting only thu
southern half. As it is b'ighly prob
able that the Hensa will be guided by
the committee's aotion, n matter which
of these two courses it may adopt, lit
natural result will be to throw the en
tire sshject back into the Senate,
where tbe most vigorous pressure will
be necessary to bring it te the front
again.
Honor the dear old mother. Tim
lias scattered the snowy flakes oa her
brow, pliughed deep furrews on her
cbeesk, bat is she not sweeter and
mora beautiful now? The lips ara
thin and sunken, but those are the li's
which have kissed many a hot tear
from the childish cheeks, and thy
are sweetest lips in all tbe world.
The eye is dim', yet it glows with ths
soft radiance of holy lavs which never
fades. Ah yes; she is a dear old
mother. The sands of life are nearly
run out; but, feeble as she is, she wnl
ge further and reach down lowar for
you than any othei apon earth. Lorn
her tenderly and cheer her declining
years with holy devotioa.
Congress has been in session nearly
three months, but as yet not much
has been done, oatside of ths commit
aa-sux: JOTSt-OTTf nVJnm nuiani
have been consumed jn tedious speech
es, which very few car te HearJ ami
which nobody will read. The long de
bate en the Fitz John Porter bill was
wholly a waste of time as every mem
ber had made up his mind before they
were delivored. And now it is inti
mated that wa are te have a flood f
silver speeches which are rrjaally un
necessary. The result will be to pro
long the session until the sasamer
heat forces an adjournment without
action en many measures of great im
portance to the public.
It seems that tlie bridgen ef the
Willamette at Salem is a foregoing
conclusion, and preliminary steps are
being taken looking to the csmpletiju
of that enterprise. The amouut of
travel across tbe river at that point no
doubt justifies the outlay that a briJga
would cost, and th'is travel will be doub
led and probably tnbled when a brides
spans the river at that point. Ferries
cannot always he dVpenilea upon; as
illustrated by one that crosses thu
river at Albany, which has been dis
abled for nearly two weeks canning
reat inconvenience to th" traveling
pablic "Albany Bullelid,"