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JACKSONVILLE,. OEEGON, TuSSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1887.
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STATE OF OREGON,
D.S. Senators, J. H. Mitchell, J. N. Dolph
"Congressman, B. Hermann; Governor, 8.
Tennover; Secretary of State, Georce W-
HcBrlile; State Treasurer, Geo. Webb;
late rrinter, r. u. liakcr; tsupt. ruDiic in
struction, E. B. McElroy; Supreme Judges,
"W. P. Lord, Chief Justice W. W. Thayer,
riBST JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Comprising Jackson, Josephine, Lake and
Klamath counties: Circuit Judee, L. R.
"Webster; District Attorney, W. M. Colvig.
Senator, A. C. Stanley; Representatives,
J. T. Bowditch, R. A. Miller; County Judge,
X. DPeattt; CommissionTs, Benj. Hay-
iond. S. A. Carlton; Clerk, W. II. Parker;
Sheriff, B. W. Dean : Treasurer. N. Fisher;
Assessor, J. M.Childers; School Superinten-
.-A-mt, Wm. Priest; Burreyor, V. A.English;"
Coroner, R. Pryce.
Senator, H. B. Miller: Representative, 8.
J. Mitchell ; County Judge, N. Colvig ; Com
missioners, S. Messenger, J. M. Payne;
Clerk. C. K. Chanslor: Sheriff, T. O. Patter
son; Treasurer, J. w. Howard; Assessor,
J.B. Lewis; School Superintendent, E. F.
Kathaway; Surveyor, w. N.Saunders; Cor-
oner, Dr. Kremer.
Joint Senator, U. M. Cartwright of Wasco;
Representative, R. McLean of Klamath;
County Judge, O. W. Smith; Commis
sioners, J. L. Hanks, It. A. Emmitt; Clerk;
"W. C. Hale; Sheriff, M D. Childcrs: Treas
urer, G. T. Baldwin ; Assessor. R. II. Hatton;
School Superintendent, W. E. Greene; Sur
Teyor, R. S. Moore.
Senator, C. M. Cartwright of Wasco; Rep
resentative, R. McLean of Klamath; County
Judge. A. Fitts; Commissioners, Geo. M.
Jones, C. Loltun; Clerk, W. T. Boyd; Sher
iff, A. J. Chnrlton; Treasurer, A. McCal
len; School Superintendent, A. II. Fisher;
Assessor, O. L. Stanley.
MEtrriKa oi courts, rrc.
The Supreme Couri t.f Oregon meets at
JBaUm, regular term minimrnriiic on tht
first Mondays in March .aid October.
Circuit Court for Jackson county meets
the first Monday in -pnl mi en.'i r and
December; forJoeun' Jie tii Mulidiiv
in March no August fi r Klanixili, the
second Muudnj m June sad first M0nd.1v
in November; for I-.i'jc the h:rd Monday in
JJoy aadlbeyecnd Mo :J.i in OcioWr.
For Jackson Coun,v Probale and Com
tnlssioners' courts nutt rvcrv month, com
mencing with the fir Monday; for Jose
phine county, the firs' Monday in Jjnuarv,
April, July and beptembfj; for L ikecounty
every alternate month, commencing the
first Monday in January. For Klnniaih
county the first Wednesday in March Ju-e.
September and November.
OEORGE DeSAR, M. D.,
Jacksonville, ----- Oregon.
Call, attended to at all hour3, both day
and night, and in any part of the valley.
J. O. ALLEN, M. D.
"Direnscs of women and childrtn a
T. JQ. IDENT,
ATTORNEY i COUNSELOH-AT-LAW
Will pr-tltf in all the Courts of this State.
Office on California street, opposite J. Nu
H. IC. ILVNNiV,
Will practice in all the Courts of Oregon.
Office On Oregon Street, in Ortb's Block.
r. r. iiia;,
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
Will practice In all the courts of the State.
Office in Court House.
Teeth extracted at all hours
kLaughlng gas administered, if
desired, for which extra chanre
will be made. Office on corner of Califor
nia and 5th streets.
x. k. YoinvG, ax. r.
"Physician & Surgeon.
CENTRAL POINT, OR.
Calls promptly attended to at all hours.
L. L. AVmTN-SY M. 33.,
EAGLE rOINT, OR.
Having located at this place, I ask a share
of the patronage of this n-ction. Calls at
tended to at any time.
DR. 7. H. SOMMERS,
Physician, Surgeon and Accovcher
CONSULATION IN GERMAN AND
English. Calls promptly answered both
day and night.
Office in the building formerly occupied
by Dr. Aiken on California street.
PR A one a u
VTATCnUAKElt AVD JKWK1.KR,
California Siwt, - 1
MAKES s specially nl cleaning nd re
paJring watches and clocks. Mj
csr Srr reasonable, Oire me a call
CITY BARBER SHOP.
JACKSONVILLE, .- OREGON.
THF,TTK'niri7CTm-r'i-. TO t?tttt -l ttt
--- - j , vu.im
pa'redtodoaUworkin his' line iref
Manufacturer and Dealer in
LERY. iriSHING- TACKLE,
HARDWARE, PAINTS, OILS, VAR
NISH, GLASS, ETC.
California St. .
Jacksonville, - Oregon.
HAVING FAILED TO CLOSE OUT
my business in Jacksonville, as I
wished to do, I have concluded to continue
the same on a larger scale than ever. I
was in San Francisco recently, where I laid
in one of the largest and best stock of oil
kinds of Hardware. Ammunition, Cutlery,
Fire-arms, and Sporting Goods, ever
brought to ibis masket. lhcse goods will
be sold at the lowest possible price.
I will guarantee thce goods to be just
what I represent them to be. I feel thank
ful to my old customers for their past "pat
ronage so liberally bestowed, and would
respectfully solicit a continuance of the
same. John Milleb.
IS SELlJNQ GOODS A'aN
BED ROCK PRICE.
When vou want anything in the MER
CANTILE hue, don't forget that he ha
always en hand a
, , CLOTHING
IN TACT THE-
Dry Goods department
I always have on hand, a fine stock of
TAKEN AT THE HIGHEST
CASH PRICE. '
I have a fine lot of Lumber and am
now ready to fill all orders , for any
amount desired. '
U. S. hOTEL,
Cor. 3d & Cnlifornfa Sts.:
JACKSONVILLE, OR. '
Havinc taken charce of this hotel, the
undersigned takes pleasure In announcing
; to ine puouc mat a, complete cnange will De
will, be supplied with everything the mar
ket affords, and a general renovation of the
Beds unci Rooms
will be made. The patronage of the public
Is'soUcited. J. DeROBOAM
C CROHEMILLER & BIRDSEY,
General Black smiths,
1 M,ke and re VM of TehfclSl
AU-workdonewith-disoatch and neatnws
Beekman & Reames'
C. O. BeSkman's Bank.
The undersigned have formed a co-partnership
with an authorized
CAPITAI, of S55,000 00.
for the purpose """of" carrying on a
general Banking Business
1NAmAoF ITS- BRANCHES IN
OFFICE at the old stand of Beekman's
House. S. E. corner of THIRD AND CALI
r C'C. BEEKMAN.
jy7 3m THOS. G. REAMES.
Cattle brande'd A
on left hip and side.
Ear marks : Swal
low fork in left ear;
crop ana split in
flATTLE AND HORSES BRANDED
J HL on left hip. Also cattle branded
II on left hip t side, also cattle branded
: on left ide or hlp.Tio branded with
a fimirp 2 on left side or bin. The ear-marks
of the above brands are hort crop in left
ear. and 1-ne crop in right. Also cattle
branded wiih SP on left hip, and marked
crop in right ear, hole and 'plit-out inltft.
ROGUE RIVER DISTILLERY,
JOHN A. EAin.EY, Pro.
CATON & GARRETT General Agents.
In (quantities and at
Pi-ices to Suit.
Satisfaction guaranteed. .
JOHN A. HANLEV.
Jacksonville Jan. 8th 1SST.
Gty Oistx Store.
SHAVING, HAIRDRESSING BATH
CUl'PISG AND BLEEDING CARE
C. B. ROSTEL.
Jacksonville Or.. Dec 11. 1877.
Jacksonville - - - Crescent
City Ms.il Route,
Mrs. Jane Hahon, Propr.
daMk-i Imh-fa Tiinl .Anttilla ftwnw XFAnflir
anu rnuuy ui.ua. , iui nuuci jc, munr
ing liaesnays ana oaxuraay. otage leaves
for Wrights "Wednesday at 10 A. M. return
-'Assencers uiKen ai reasonatne raies.
O'JERLiD TO CAUFORUiA
Oregon & California Railroad.
e-fTHE MT. SHASTA ROUTE
.Close connections made atfAshland with
stages of the California, Oregon and Idaho
Stage Co. . if
,'-0stT 20 Mn.Es or STAorsa.-
Time between Medford and San Francisco,
CAUFOEKIA EXPRESS TKAI1.S DAILY,
Leave Portland Arrive
Leave Medford Leave
It) :40 a it
I Arrive Ashland Leave
Pullmr Buffet Sleepers
dally between Portland and Ashland.
Siskiy.us and California,
EMIGRANT SLEEPING CARS, between
Portland and A Aland, Sistivous and
San Fran-bco, REE OF CHARGE.
The O. fe C. R.R Ferry makes connection
with all the regular trains on the East Side
Division from foot of F, street.
West Silo .Division;
BETWEEN PORTLAND k CORVALLIS
MAIL TRACt DAlLT(ErCTrT SQ-p )
Leave Portland Arrive i :1ft p si
Arrive' Corvallis Leave 1:30 fm
' EIKtESS tracj daily (excp.pt eukd it.)
4:50 - if Leave Portland Arrive 1 9.00 A M
8:00 p M ArWe-M'Mi'nTille IVve 5 :45 a
AtAlbanv and Corvallis connect
with trains of the Oregon Pacific Railroad
E. P. ROGERS,
Governor Luce of Michigan uaya that
the Republicans of hbfctale have not
been bo harm onions for fifteen years as
they are at present. ; t K "
For Sale. A good frnilfvegetable and
stock ranch, 12Tniles south ''of Jackson
ville. Good orchard and an abundance
of small fruit and vegetables on the place
now, and 3 .afrefloftsplendid. alfalfa
This place will be sold veryeneap. For
further particulars callow .'the Scstccei.
office or Will Jackson Vdental office.
JACKSONVILLE RETAIL'MARKET. J
t g r. r Kit; t' ,
Flour, per thousand lbs.-3fS'..41S,XV-Wheat,
per bushel..... V. ...., 55
Barley, " ...,. .A..,, 40
Mill Feed, per ton ?.
Hay, wheat or timothy, per ton 12.C0"
Ecgsi per dozen , 25
Butter, per lb 25
Potatoes, per id l
Cabbage, " .-.. 01
Onions, " ....i. 01
Beans, i .. -03
Commeal, per 100 lbs...... .. 2,00
Lard, per lb in tins '.. : 10 '
Ham and Bacon 101214
Dried Apples, per lb.. . ...v 06-
" Plums, " 10
" Pears, " 10
" Peaches," 10
In giving the market price of any article
we cannot be responsible for fluctation in
s mil m arket like this.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
BOOTS ako SHOES,
And eve: ything kept in a General Mcr. han
dle Store. It will be to the Interest of
those u bhing anything in m v hne to ( all and
examine my GOODS and rRICES before
TAKEN AT FULL MARKET PRICE.
J. S. Howard,
DO ALL KINDS OF PLANING, RE
Sawing, Turning and Bracket work.
Make Rustic, Flooring,. Ceiling, Thin-edge
biding and Moulding.' Sash, Doors and
Blind in stock and made to order.- Job
TlP.AT.F.nS in PITRKITIITtP.
AYnll-Ti-iTipr. fhirtntnq P.impts. imrl Oil
cloths, dl.iss. Paints, Oils and Varnish, the
nncst line, ot uea room and parlor suits,
Easv Chairs and Ro kers to be found in
Southern Oregon, Oil Paintings, Chromos,
Picture Frames and Mouldings in great va
riety. We cordially invite alUto call and
see us. o trouble to show goods.
Remember the place.
Messenger ct Smith,
42tf Ashland, Oregon.
XX. S. S3a.I0NT,
J. DeRoboam, Prop.
Corker 3rd and California Streets,
The bar is suppieLwith the
LIQUORS, . .
-While the Reading Table is supplied with
i- the latest newspapers.
of All kinds,
Hardware,. Crockery, Pumps,
ropes, & powder. . - -
Tools of all kinds, Nails, Ac, all of which
will be sold at prices to suit the times. ,
Give me a .call and see for yourself.
Washington, Oct. 11. A pension ha
been granted to Samuel B.
Creswell, Or. , . j,
fl?he Statesman has ordered a new.
steam power press. The present press
has been sold to tha.Roseburg Review.
Sheriff Minto of Salem left that city'on
Oet'llth for Sin Franci?co for W: J
Beaftyyabsconding supervisor of -the in
Sacramento, Oct. '10. Seven carloads'
of Samento "county hops were to-day
shipped to eaterrTinar-ets. THe greater
Liverpool. "' -.---. .-.
A gentleman who arrived in the city
to-day Irom Eastern Oregon over the
Lebanon wagon-road says he found a foot
and a half 61 snow on tlie summit for a
distance of seventeen miles. '
Vineyardists in Cal are disposing of llieir
grape crops to wineries at prices ranging
from $10 to $1G per ton. r The crop this
year isabout one half of yhat it was the
previous Reason. A severe frost caused
. Los Angeles, Oct. 11. A vigorous rain
of last night was followed this morning
by a light shower. The bkies are still
threatening. It is feared that great dam
age will be done to the drying raisin
crops in the neighboring valleys. ,
Several days" ago John "Crane, of Cor
nelius, hauled a lot of vltrioled wheat in
to the field, intending to have it sown in
the afternoon. Through carlessncss it
was left unsown, and Mr. Crane's Cots
wold sheep proceeded to make a square
meal of it. So far sixteen of the sheep
' Orchard planting in this district will
boom during the coming winter, Bays a
Grant's Pass paper. The fruit business in
Southern Oregon has proved a success
lieyonrt a doubt, and thousands cf acres
of the best fruit lands on this coast, lying
in this immediate vicinity, will be clear
ed up and planted to trees.
San Francisco, Oct. 11. A gentleman
who has arrived in this city from Alaska
Itates that the K.irink Packing"Company
located at Karluk, Kodiuk island, have
canned be' ween June and September, 72,
000 ciseRof salmon, each case containing
forty-eight ore pound cans. Thev cases
will b! shipped to this city, a Urge major
ity of them having arived." '
Sacramento, uct. in uovr water
man, M. D. Bouake of the state board of
examiners, and treasury officials counted
the money in the state treasury. It was
at the suggestion of the Goernor, who
said the new administration was entitled
to a count, although no suspicions of
crookedness were held. Every sealed
package was broken open, and everything
was found strAich't. Over $1,100,000 was
found in the treasury.
The Siskiyou Tunnel. Last Saturday
there was less than 250 feet between the
headings of thetlong tunnel on the Ore
gon & California extension, and, the con
tractors were pushing the work at the
rate of nine feet a day. Barring accidents,
they expect to have the perforation done
before November 10. The tunnel is being
timbered very strongly. The grading
between Ashland.and the summit will be
completed within ten days.
Thousand of bushels of wheat are stack-
Led up at the various railroad stations in
Umatilla county, exposed -to the incle
mency and vicissitudes o the season,
says the Pendleton Tribune. It seems to
us that while a little moisture in this diy
climate will help rather than injure the
sacked grain, too much exposure, will
injure it. Warehouses are being con
structed all the time and our storing ca
papacity is immensely larger than before,
but the production increases more than
proportionately and the gram contrives to
Albany, Oct. 10. A gang ot 100 Chi
nese laborers from the "Siskijou division
of the Oregon & California have arrived
in the city under contract to work for
Contractor Hunt on the Oregon Pacific at,
$l15perday, 3Ir. Hunthayingadvanced
$5 to each, man for fare from'Aslilarid'i to
Albany. Owing to a scarcitybf Chinese
laborers they received an offer'of$l" 25,
per day from'Porlland, and tnis morning
attempted to jump the former contract
and leave on the early train for Portland.
Their blankets and entire outfit were at
tached for Mr. Hunt'b claim of $500 'and
removed from the train and taken in'o
custody by officers. The Chinese all re
mained. It 15 probably that they will
pay ihe $500 and take the contract for,
$1 25 per day.
In conversation with Mr. Wilson wild
has just returned front a trip turough the
Palous country, it is learned that the
great wheat yield, both for quantity and
quality, is the best ever known there.
The average yield throughout is estimated
at not less than forty bushels per acre, in
some cases running fifty and sixty, and
in no cae known is it less than thirty-
five. The berry is plump and hard and
the yield generally quite clean. Barley
has in some instances run as high as 100
bushels per acre. "The late rains did
some damage to grain in the stack, but
not as mnch as -was at first feared. Farm
ers are generalfy jubilant and'never felt
better over the prospects. Most of them
are in a condition to hold on to their grain
until the market "develops ahd express
1 their intention of bo doing. ' " '"
SCSDAY feCHOOl. CO.VE.TIOV.
The fourth annual convention for the
, -.'. t -
.net cdmprisingJacksoft, Klamath and
T V . I; ' , if" ln ,hS "
iv. unuitu ui. uraiii'8 rasa, Anurfrtl.iv
and Fndayof last week. A goodly num
ber of Sabbath school workers' were in at
tendance, and great interest was mani
fested. Thursday, Oct. 6th, at 2 !30 Y. the
convention was opned by appropriate
devotional exercises. " The topics for dis
cussion ; Our Work ; How plant and:kcep
in gooa growingconaitionSnnd.lv schools
in sparstly settled districts Teacher:
What makes you .di3CQurag."iYbyare;
you encouraged, were discussed by Mes
srs. 3illings7 Andrus, 'Boyd' McCain,
Satch well and others, with spirit1, .res.
G.T. Billings suggested the necessity of
a thorough canvass of the district, and on
motion of Rev. J. S. McCain the follow
ing committee was appointed to report a
plan for the accomplishment of thus w ork :
J. S. McCain, G. S". Webb and W. S.
Gore. After which a hymn was sung and
convention adjourned to 7:S0 p. Mv
The "evening session was begun With n
service of song, -followed' by devotional
The delegates were welcomed by Prof.
H. E. Benson in a short, but eloquent ad
dressir responded to' in a pleasant im
promplu speech by Rev. H. I. Satchwell,
of Ashland; followed by an excellent ad
dress by Rev. Thos. Boyd "of Portland,
subject, "Give Ye Thcrrf to Eat."
The convention was convened at 9:15
a. m., Rev. J. Handsaker conducting de
In the absence of the regular secretary,
W. S. Gore was elected to fill the vacan
cy for the present session. Te-ichers'
Meetings, was generally discussed, but
particularly by R. L. Andrus, of N. Y.,
who'' is an experienced Sunday school
worker, and gave many good suggctions
and illustrations of blackboard work.
The Review, and How to teach the leson
of Christiain giving, were thoroughly dis
The convention was opened-with the
usual devotional exercises, Mr. Andrus
leading. The subject of Normal Methods
was then discussed at somo length by
Rev?Thos. Boyd, after which thi com
mittee on plan for canvassing the district
Grant's Pass, Or., Oct 7, 1837.
1. That each Sunday school become
pledged to make a monthly contribution
of a sum equal to 5c. per member for eat h
pupil on its rolls, for the period of four
months; commencing Nov. 1. 1887.
2, That pledges, in any sum, be seenr-
ed from the church membership to equal
in aggregate, $200, and that 'pastors of
churches and superintendents of Sabbath
schools be instructed to procure such
pledges, within the time specified.
3. That a board of managers be elected
by this convention, consisting nf one
member from 'each Protestant denominn-
I tion having a Sabba!th school in this dis
trict, to carry out the provisions herein
stated and employ a suitable man for
4. That the board of managers be al
lowed to p ly lo said agent a salary of $100
per month for services rendered, to be
provided for as above.
5. That the President of this -convention
be instructed to notify the members
of the board elected, of their eleel ion ; and
to urge upon them the importance of im-
f mediate and energetic action.
Rev. J. S. McGam,)
G. L. AVebb, y Com.
W. S. Gore. )
This plan after some discussion, w.m
adopted, and on motion the follow ins:
named persons, were elected members of
the managing committee; Rev. J. Hand
saker, E.E. Gore, Dr. J. S. Walter, G. L,
kWebb and Mrs. Judge Brower. Later.
the President of convention ..was made a
member of the managing committee.
The committee on nominations report
ed the following; President, G. F Bil
lings,: Vice 'Presidents, for Jaekson.coun
ty, Prof. Watt, of Jacksonville ; for. Jo
sephine County, W.C, Kinney of Grant's
Pass; for. Klamath county, Rev. Robt5
McLean. of LinkviUe ; becretary, W' S,
Gore, Ashland; Treasurer, Charles Nat-
The committee also selected Medforl
as the place for the next annual meeting
of the convention. On motion, the re
port wasuaccepted and jthe nominees
thereby declared elected.
Reports from Sabbath schools show a
regular attendance of 1100. A
" After devotion, Mr. R.L. Andrus gave
an illustration of blackboard work. ,and
methods of teaching, after which the
committee on resolutions reported the
following resolutions which wero adopt
AVhereAS, It has pleased God in. his
kind providence to permit so many of us
to meet as delegates to thisfourth annual
conversion of Sunday school .workers of
Southern Oregon, and whereas Ha ha"
in His wisdom arid divine economy been
pleased to so act anon the minds of tlie
delegates of -this convention as" to bring
about the best plans andjneihods of car
rv!nS nn th S-,Mlh srhonl work there
.J ..., ...w ........ -,--
rforebe it .' i
Resolved, 1. That we not only our
,i Ji! .
encourage all others to
selves but that we
'J acknowledge God as the boutco of all
1 TrJjrlnm ami ini-a ITVi a 1 1 r ttutt !t VinoT
.!,,). Ki n nn...:it ..
-ww- tiuuuMI -.4-t U44 pUIOIlU4 ttUl Witt
rulim power, let ns renew our consecra-
Uontnhh,iid go forth uiih renewed'
energy and zeal.
2. A"hd be it further resolved that wo
tender to Bros. Boyd and Andrus our
heartfrlt thankafor their many kind sug
gestions and the'light and encouragement;
they have j;iven us, and our prayer-"i'
,that they may ever be useful workers' in
jthe Ma-ter's Kingdom.
J3. l$e it further resolved that wo'tcn
dec'tothe O & C'R R our thanks for their
I generosity in giving reducedrates 'of trav-
jeU. I -rr a-. AJi- Mil
i. jce it lunnerrcsoivea mat we tenuer
to the good people of Grant's Pass our
heartfelt thanks for their great kindness
and unboiinded'gentTOsity manifested to
us while in their midst.
-G. L. Webb, )
Mrs. BolemAn, V Com,
" Satterfieu). )
Rev, Robt. McLean being present, re
ported' the condition of the work in
Klamath county in a short address. Af
ter which the convention was closed with
a few appropriate remarks by the Presi'
dent, G. F. Billings. All were pleased
with the work done, and felt that it would
bo productive of much good.
W. S. Gore, Sec. ,
V H'KED V ES rtlt ILK8.
"Have any of you found a binknote?"
inquired a man in a wild-eyed excitement
as he hurridly approached a knot of loun
gers at the Union depot yesterday morn
"Have jou lost one?" a-sked an elderly
stranger of bland and sedate appearance,
"Yes, yes ; have you found it?"
" Waita moment. What was its denom
"It was a0 dollar bpl National bank
The stranger leisurely drew a roll of
bills from his pocket, looked them over,
took one out, and pawed it over Jto the
excited individual, remarking with much
urbanity as ho did so:
"It is well for you, my friend, that it wits
found by an honest man. I picked it up
a few minutes ago, and take the pleasure
i'i giving back to you what I am satisfied
is your proprty." '
"Thank'jou, sir; thank you. It's 'my
turn now to tto the fair thing. Here's a
$10 bill. You shan't refuse' it. Take it.
f-ntrVtkc-tr,-b-.liJ-,;i-A-,J Kart: .
The stranger,, thus urged, took the
money, and the grateful individual walk,
edoff with his $50. Ho was considerably
surprised lo learn.a few hours later,'-, that
the bill was not the one ha had lost at
all, but a counterfeit. He is nowjlooking
for -the bland and elderly stranger,
but there are reasons for doubting his
success in finding him.
Worth Considering. The' following,
from a California exchange, is worth con
sidering here : The owner of from 1G0 to
2 000 acres of land in this township, says
the Livermore Herald, who sells from ten
to twenty at res of it to an Eastern man
wi hin the next two months does a wise
thin.; for himself. First, he interests in
his locality a family, who havo probab
a nitmber of friends and relatives who
are coming to the state, and will -desire
to settle near by. Second, tho purchaser
will build, and begin to plant his pur
chase in vines and fruit, Third, tho fact
of you Felling one piece, will advertise
thd fact that your land is in tho market,
and that someone wants it; at a higher
price than grain growing would warrant.
Or in short -the selling of one piece of
your land opens the way for the disposal
of the remainder, at an advance, and
moreover, it keeps pso pie who are look
ing for homes in this valley, who would
otherwise go further. ' Don't be afraid
then, to nell your land-a piece at a time,
und'at a. fair price.
A cruLl fem ilk saod.
Mrs.- M.ickay, the wife of the rich
American, is determined to possess a
cloak" made from the breasts of the bTrds
of paradise! 'These birds are sold at thir
ty nhillings each ; the breast is about four
inches broad aud about six long at rtho
greatest length, and nearly heart-shape;
the upper portion is about an inch and a
half deep and is like the finest plushf in
color a deep seal brown ; the color shades
oLTbelnwtd a pinky terracotta. About
five hundred birds will bo necessary to
furnish enough for the cloak, and to
secure them Mrs. Mackay has dispatched
two pkillful'marksmen to New Guinea,
and tlK-y are now engaged in the whole
sale f laughter. The mantle will"be costly,
but th'o work' of destruction will bo so
(.'rent that it is to be hoped few imitators
will be found.
rrlchti ImJwJ. v
Are those whom, a continncd tendency to
biliousness subject to the various and
changeful symptoms indicative of liver com
plaint Nau-ea, sir kheadoche.constipatiou,
furred tongue, an unpleasant breath, a dull
or h irp pun" in the neighborhood of the
arreted r r-m, Impurty of the blood and
los rf appetite, sipnalize it-as one of the
met distresiiiEyis it is one of the most com
mon of maladies. There is however a benign
spcrilWor the disease and all its nnpleav
ant nianifelalions. It is the concurrent tes
timony of the public and the medical profes
that Hnsletter's Stomach Bitters is a
- l medKnowhi-ha-hlcvesresultssiieedilyfeU,
- Ttho"TnK'? and benicn. Besides rectifying liv-
cr disorder, it invigorates the feeble, con
quers kidney and bladder complaints', and
Hastens me convalescence or tno'e recover
ing from enfeeblinjr diseases. Moreover it
.Iinp from enfeeblinir diseases. Moi
u the grand specific for fever ani) a'