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every Wvdiivaday eveulug al Odd Kollowt
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U. I.OONEY, C.C.
. K. M. CON-UNO, K.R.B.
Y M. CRAWFORD,
Attorney at Law,
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Attorney ami CouiiHwlor at Law,
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Q A. BldllLUU-JDK,
Attorney at Law,
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Alku iwy at Law,
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J D. STRATFORD,
Attorney at Law,
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KOrtKBL 110, OH.
L, DRADI T, M, D.
Physician & Surgeon.
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L. MILLER, M. V.,
Surgeon and HomouoiKkthio
MT Obwia Iaanaa a faaUliy,
YyilX. F. HITD0N,
Couul y Nurvojor,
aud Molarjr Patollc.
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MISS A. Ii. PORTUR.
Oak Hirer I, sue rtuur Went ol
FINE LINE OF IVIiliLINERY GOODS.
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I 'ATTKHN 1 I ATS.
JERRY J. WILSON,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
ThoiIoiiuhuuIIi nl Motiiiil Hull. IKtllliUU
All Kcpalrlair cutriintvU to
lujr vrc -rltlb PROMPTI.V u
ALL COMPETITORS I
V are alwaya in the Lead, ami intau to
Tht (iolden Hatvvit i upon u, ami farm
en r nulling betauio WyoJwanl
looi to thoir iutfreat.
Tiiaao are all Leather ami Warranlvil,
At Ueiluued I'rluca,
Coniult your imne ami lie mie ami ie
Wooilvfanl before Ih1iik.
W. . WOODWARD
ana It the reaullot eWa and
u4da ebawlle chanoet.
It eta ha (urad by a plea.an I
rainwly tiblcb la applied dl.
racily Into lb poatrlla. lie
InciiulrkJf aliavrbed It Rivrf
Ely's Cream Balm
laackooivMaad In be tl nioal HmrouKh cure for
Natal CtlatiU, Cult In HcaU ami Hay lVvcr of U
raustdlfa. It unrim and cli uita Ibo natal ratwiita,
allave rain anil iiidauiiDatlnn. In'ili IU torn, uo
tertllho mcniliraii fmui c?M, rr.luiia Hie tciivri
pfU.lt anil .mell, I'llteln'c. at Hlil'l ly iiiail.
Sty VKOTUJCRH, W'aricn ctrt, Holt Ycik
Till: nAfJNITUDE OP RAILROAD
Aocoriling Ui a rucitut iubllcitioi), Hi
lHJ.OOO loilod of rallrol la the Unilvd
StatCH, with her eowMoriei and 'uic
njunU, art owuetl by comunif" who
lyive uulitaudiiig tajiltal ntock to thu
nominal amouut of alwul ,W,(m,W0,
Ixtn.la for W.fHO.UOO.OOO, ami fhwliDR
debtl of HMfiOOfiUK,, Much of thia
ttock liaa little market value, but aoma
of it la abova par. Of boot)", while maoy
uiilliona bear a lrge prenaluoi, inhere
oil for lena than I heir face value, liuf ,
aaaumiug thai on Ibo average the stock
is worth GO cents on Dm dollar, and the
bonds par, and disregarding lbs Hosting
debt altogether, the aggregate value of
the railroad iroerty ol Hie country U
L'.G'JO.OOO.OOO in stock aud 5 ,010,000,000
in bonds a vast total of fS.ZJO.iJOO.OOO.
On this nun,, the amount paid in IS'15
for Intereat on bonds waa about f.40,
000,000, or about 4,' t per cent, aud for
dividends aud rents! $150,000,000, or
about 3 per cent ou thu nominal aud 6
per cent ou I he average market value of
It is didlcult lo coiuprebeud the mag
nitude of this investment. Home idea
may be gainod of it by comparison mllu
goverumuut lluaucial trnucactiuuH, and
for this purpose it is stated that it rep
lUK'iila in aggregate au amount lire
liiuca as great aa the rutire fuuded na
tional debt, while the income derived
from il viUnls the total national reve
nues, including the Mint a I receipts,
lirciit as are the dimeuioun to which
the carrying trade of the country has at
Uiiicd, it noulil be still greater but for
tho sbriukagu iu earniugs aud values dur
ing the punt few yoam. In ISS'J, fur ex
ample, the Icadiug road, an tlui New
York Cuutrul, illiuois Central, lUick In.
laud; Cbictj, liurliugloii A, (juiucy,
etc., weic earning ou au average f'.''J
per mile net upon f 7l3 gross, whereas
iu lS'i.'i eveu the lesdiog trunk roads
earned but f.'i'S'.i nut per mile upon 17
gross. If the earnimn bad beeu at the
same rate per mile in lStV that they
were iu they would have becu
isr.ooij.ooo instoaJot iiar.ooo.uoo, tho
difference of 30,000,000 bciug 5 cr cent
on 11,000,000,000, ahicb approximately
mcadures the loeaes euetuiued by invest
ors who held railroad slocks iu 183..
Whether piolits shall henceforth de-
creme, increase or remain stationary
dermis upon conditions that govern
other department of trade. At resut
the facilities of tbo great railway com
panies for tranxportiDg passengers and
freight exceed tho requirements of the
country. During tbe great activity of
the ruilroad-buildiug era, rouds were
pushed into new territory in advance of
its settlement, aud unwisely duplicated
iu older communities. Commodore Van
derbilt many years ago reprehended the
folly that built live truuk lines between
tbe Alantic coast aud the West, wheu
there was business enough only ' for
three. .Since his time, the number has
been doubled, aud, though there is prob
ably now business for five linasthere is
clearly not euougU for ten on a basis of
former prolit iealir.d in the buaiuoss.
lo this (act is attributable the wars of
companies upon each other aud the furi
ous ratecuttiugs thai lave proved so dis
astrous to railroad protits in recent
Conditions a ill ultimately adjust them
selves lo the requirements of the situa
tion. That is to say, the weaker will go
down uuder the pressure, and new owu
ners acquiring their properties, will con
line themselves to tbe business of which
their location naturally givei them the
niouoply, leaving the wider field to tbe
stronger. The widu competition (bus
narrowed to relatively a few great com
panies, these may agree to abjure ag
gressive warfare upon each other aud ac
cept pencebly tbe business which they
cau get at remunerative rates. This ad
justment of conditions will be Blow, and
its development cau only be attained by
healthful improvement iu general lines
CIVIL SERVICE AUAIN.
liiugor Hermann, of Oregon, commis
sioner of the general laud oflice, finds
himself badly handicapped by the civil
service, for all his employes aro those of
the Cleveland administration. "If it
is abS'imed," said Mr. Uermnun, iu re
ply to u (ueliou of tho Bcuatu commit
tee, "that the dominant parly shall
shape the legiHlutiou of tho country iu
consonance with tho policy It sustains,
it has a light to knew what Ibo chicle of
diviulouu who tiret shape recoinuienda
tiouu as they aro called for through the
various divisions, aro lu erfect sympa
thy with (ho party policies. Tbe chief
clerks are confidential ad vigors of the
headset bureaus and departments, and
aro the custodians of Important secrets
which involve the public interest, while
at thu sumo time, thoy should ho iu (he
higher sense acceptable and personally
ajiocablo to the one who must repose
cuutldcuce in them."
Hovel al of the bureau commU.iioiioi a
furnished abuudaut evidence of what
bau all along boeu contended by b'uualor
Wilson, of Washington, that it was
lidiculous uud foolish to place under the
civil service rules such positions us
fanners ou ludiau reservations, sawyeis
blackvmilhs, uiechauics, shoo aud liar
dess luakcru, conks lu the peuituutiary
at McNeil's island, and laborers general
ly, The Judiau comniiiusiouer joiuUd
out that such vacancies had .'never been
satisfactorily filled by men furnished by
the civil service coumiKsion. They
might lie able to read and writ fairly
well, and to dam the examination re
quired with a high tierccnlage, but do
not know anything about tho work they
are to do.
That lha changes uggtuted above are
almost certain to bo made no republican
here now double. Allan li. Slauson in
Hcattle T. I.
A (Jood Newspaper.
It is Impossible lo estimate tho value
of a really good newspaper to the com
munity. Year after year tbe site and
icoi of the paper is enlarged with the
growing douiaud of it constituents. As
there is no royal road to lsarniug so
there is no royal rood to success iu
newspair making. icwspapers grow
by inches, not by leaps aud by bounds.
They are creatures of bard and incessant
toil and honest, painstaking endeavor.
A mau goes to them not only for the
uene, but for history, law and theology.
His ar tells him where to make his
purchase. Crooks find that the man
who reads the newspaper is "onto their
little game" aud they seek the fellow
who is not a subscriber when they want
to sell an exceptionally line gold brick or
a batch of green goods. Iiut a news
paHr must have a reputation just the
same ai an individual and this cannot
be obtained by aelf-recomineudaiions
and vouchers. It mnst go through the
crucible of public inspection before il
cau hope for complete public confidence.
The paper which starts out with an ax in
one hand aud a griudtoue iu the other
never reaches the goal. The neepaer
which begins its life iu thia world by
stating that il intends lo "plant il jwers
over the grave of its conluuiiioraries"
invariably goes to thu journalistic God's
acre unwept, uuhouored aud uiiBUug.
The uewsaier that tries lo rise on the
ashes of its rivals is generally picked up
by thu dirt-cart itself, aud everybody is
glad w lieu tbe rubbish is carted away.
Two Kcpublice, City of Mexico.
Something to Depend On.
Mr. James Joucs of the drug tirni of
Jones A Son, Cowdeu, 111., iu sjieakiug
of Dr. King's New Discovery, says that
last winter bis wife was attacked with
La t.rippe, and ber cane grew so serious
that physicians at Cowdeu aud Tana
could do nothing for her. It seemed to
develop into Marrty (MWJ.aion.- liav
ing Dr. King's New Discovery in store
and selling lots of it, ho took a bottle
home, and to the surprise ol all she be
gan to get better from tirst dose, and
naif do en dollar bottles cured ber sound
and well. Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and colds is guar
anteed to do this nood work. Try it.
l'ree trial bottles at A. C. Mareteru.
A Dissatisfied Bondsman.
V. Uemenway, one of tho boudsmeu
ol Postmaster Craig, of Eugene, is very
much dissatisfied with the action of the
federal graud jury iu his case, lie
writes a letter to the Oregoniau, iu the
course of which he says : "Craig cm
be.iled 2100. Inspector liorduu stated
iu the presence of tbe live bondsmen,
aud in the presence and hearing of Post
master Craig, that the postmaster had
embelcd about $2100, aud that he
(Craig) bad admitted it to him ; also that
Craig perjured himself in swearing in
tiia quarterly reiwrta to the United States
government that ho had turned over to
the government the, money due from his
ollice, which he had never turned over.
Craig did not deuy thia statement or any
part of it. Mr. Gordon, in speukiuv to
the bondsmen, sid; 'Gentlemen, you
cau walk up aud pay over the little
$.100. That will be all that you will
have to do. I'ncle am will attend to
Craig later ou.' Now, this Postmeater
Craig Lis brought before the Uuited
States graud jury, charged with em
bexxliug about $2100, by tho United
States inspector. The crime is admitted
by Uuited states Postmaster Craig, aud
deuiedby the United States grand jury,
aud now this Unitod States grand jury is
dismissed, and thanked for the .intelli
gent ' maimer in which they had per
formed their dutioe, and the public con
gratulated ou the excelleut class of men
who had bceu drawu ou tho jvry."
School Chart for Sale,
Thu teachers auatoiuical aid, u graphic
illustration of luituau anatomy, liuely
eugraved plates, mauufacturad and pub
lished by Coutial School Supply House
of Chicago. Good as now. Cost $i&.
Kaasou for selliug, too high u grade lor
our school. VNill sell cheap, tor fur
ther particulars aud terms, address
l' M, Sl'KWAKT,
Clerk 8. D. No. 112,
I will stand my jack, a large-boned,
well-made animal and a notably lino
breeder at the following terms: $2 50,
$5 00, nud $7 iiO. Also my well-known
Norman stallion, a black wuiguiug over
ItiOO, at $2, $150 and $0.' Dales; 1 'air
Oaks, Mondays aud Tuesdays. Me
Nabb'a ranch, Wednesdays. Coles Val
ley, Wednesdays, Thursdays, I'ridaye.
Oakland, Satuidayu. II, D. Mkiain,
We shall have a large strawberry crop,
if the way Chun-hill, Woolley & McKou
rio are riiBhiug out the box material is
TIIR DEAD LINE DRAWN.
Clerk and Court . In Lincoln Desper
ate War Still On.
The row over in Lincoln county be
tween the county court and the county
clerk, has reached the acute stage. The
county judge Is not allowed by the clerk
to pass behind tho railing in tbo lalter't
office, but la required to stand outside
like the common herd, and call for what
ever papers or document bo may have
official use for. The clerk won't ait at
all with the commissioners court as
clerk of that body. The commissioners
and judge are required to giro receipts
for the journal of tbe county court used
in keeping a record of the proceedings,
and, also to giro receipts to tho clerk for
11 pars, including oven bills against
tho county given to the clerk to be by
him presented to the court (or allowance
or rejection. Tbe clerk, furthermore,
acting on tbe advice of bis attorneys, is
holding out all tb fees collected in his
oflice, having tnrned over not a cent to
the county treasurer since the first of
last August. The court, by way of re
taliation, declines to issue tho clerk war
rants in payment of his official salary,
and so, on and on, with many interest
ing side shows, this trouble among tbe
This parrot and monkey time is the re
sult of tbe act of the county, in arbitrar
ily pruning the salary of the clerk lo
$1,200 per year. Clerk Jonea was elect
ed by the people with the understanding
that bis salary was to lie $1,800 per year.
Lvsides informing all the duties inci
dent lu I he clerkship, he does all the
county's recording of deeds, mortgages
sud other documents. The duties of the
office compel the clerk to employ a dep
uty at $50 per mouth, aud tbin, with the
discount of bis warrants, when allowed,
together with the other expenses o! tbe
oflice, leavo Clerk Jones a salary of
about $28 cr month a meagreness of
slicud that very naturally puts the
cleik in a bad humor.
The sheriff, it the same time, doing
probably a less amount of work, is al
lowed $l,H00 per year, an act that shows
the court to be arbitrary in its methods.
The two officers have a maudamus
suit in progress lu the courts. The de
cision ol Judge Fullertou was adverse to
the side of the clerk and sheriff, but it
has juat been appealed to the supreme
court, whereby stipulation of District
Attorney Yates for Liucolu county and
Weatherford and W'yaU, for the officials,
it is likely to come to a hearing within
an early date. Coryallis Times.
How to Treat a Wife.
(From Pacific Health Journal.)
First, get a wife: second, be patient.
Ycu may have trials and perplexities in
your business, but do not therefore,
carry to your home a cloudy or contract
ed brow. Your wife may have trials,
which, though of less magnitude, may be
hard for her to bear. A. kind word, a
tender look, will do wonders in chasing
from her brow all clouds of gloom. To
this we would add always keep a bottle
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in tbe
house. It is the best and is sure to bo
needed sooner or later. You wife will
then know that you really care for her
and wish to protect her health. For
sale by A . C. Maraters & Co.
Many cases of "Grippe" have lately
beeu cured by One Miuuto Cough Cure.
This preparation seems especially
adapted to the cure of thia disease. It
acts quickly thus preveutiug serious
complications aud bad effects in which
this disease often leaves the patient.
Marsters' Drug Store.
A few very fine Poland China pigs,
Address L. A. Mausiliis,
times bear mm
of how hard
and that they
health in the
pursuit of mon
ey. There are
thousands o f
men who admit
with a fort of
tiride, and slap
themselves on the chest and laugh at the
ilea they will aome dar regret their reck
leasne&s and neglect. TUey laugh at Death,
but iu a short while, a very short white, the
laugh ia on the other side. Death waits
while they laugh. He who laughs last,
laughs best, and in due time Death dances
on the prostrate body of tbe laugher. There
are many funny things in thia world but
death is not one of them. Neither is ill
health for it is one of Death's weapons and
the most effective.
When a hard-working man feels ouf of
sorts, and has a poor appetite, and doesn't
sleep welt, and goes to work in the mornjng
tiled out and heavy headed, he should take
Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It
ia the best health briuger and health keeper
known. It corrects all disorders of the di
gestion, invigoiates the liver, restores tbe
appetite and keeps it hearty and keen. It
dnves Impurities from the blood and dis
ease geruia from the body. I builds
healthy flesh, firm muscle, steady nerves
and active brain cells- l brings restful
sleep aud restores ambition. It cures nerv
ous irritation, nervous exhaustion and nerv
ous prostration. It cart s 98 per ceut. of all
cases of consumption. 1 la the discovery
of an eminent and skillful, specialist, Dr.
K. V. Pierce, now and for thirty yeaia past,
chief consulting- physician to the Invalids'
Hotel and Suigical Institute," Buffalo, N. Y.
v ter of good
health, and good health is latgelf a mailer
of healthy activity of the bowels. Doctor
Pierce's Pleasant Telleta cure constipation.
They are safe, sure and speedy, and once
Inken do not have to be taken alwej. One
little "Pellet" is a gentle laaTive, and
Jivo a mild cathartic.
They nevrr gripe. ItUl l
Druggists sell them.
(Successor to J. JA8KCI.EK.;
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CHURCHILL, WOOLLEY & MCKENZIE'S
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Needham Piauo A Orgau Co. established IS hi, have won a national reputa
tion for pure aud sympathetic tone, ipialily, delicacy of touch aud reliability of c. n
strucliuu. The Needham Piauo A Orgau Co. posses 0110 of the largest piano ami niijaii
factories iu the world, equipped with moderu aud improved machinery. This,
with abuudaut capital, able maiiagcmeut and the employment of skilled labor ami
tirst-class material, enables (hem to produce tho heal piauoa and 01 nana in thu
country, at moderate pricutn.
Thu Needham pianos aro uow rcprcstinted al the White IIoiihh at Wuuhiiiglou,
as the Hon. tiarrett A. llobart, vice-president of thu United (Stales, is it block
holder in this couceru.
Capacity of tho .Neudhaiu factory is about 'J.ii(H) piauofurlcs a year.
Tbe Needham pianos, w hich are told all over the I'uitud flatus by icupuusiblu
dealers, have gained a strong liold ou (he public by their attraclivu appearance,
excelleut tone aud reliablu woikiuauuhip.
The coiii'any aro also among the leading makers of orgaus, and have It branch
iu I.ouilou, l.uglaiid. . .
Commercial uud lluaucial hl.unliiiK of Ibo highcul.
Ws are represcutcd iu Soiilhuiu Oicgou by . I'. K. UlCHAItOSOM,
One lAHir South ol 1'. U.
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