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CYCLE SAM'S Housyr
Origin of Artesian Wells.
FRA VOS ON FARMERS.
The sedimentary rocks in their great Army Regulations Providing for Their
The Pacific Rural Press copies from They are la Demand In the East—
thickness iuclose a succession of water
The Breeding of Draft Hones.
eastern exchange a column relating
STATE OF OREGON.
sheets or water levels, occupying dis
Albany Herald says: ‘‘Perhaps
J. N Dolpb
tinct stages and extending with uni
For ten years following the close of which we give a synopsis. It is sur from no city of Oregon have more horses
J. H Mitchell
like the strata to which they were sub with horses which were gathered up prising that a journal so well known lieeti shipped during the last few years
HylVester B hh noyer .
seem to endorse statements than from Albany. Mr. L. Senders
Secretary of >iate
Georgv W. MeBrido .
It is proper to remark here, wherever they could lie found, says should
Guaranteed for Ten Years.
‘Urions In davor.ami
that are the most unmitigated bosh, has been regularly engaged for several
Htate Treasurer With Firm Backs.
O. W Webb
Mid lusca«. - of Hi,
K. B McElroy
and ie not aware that such bogus years in buying and shipping horses
uid the best Sellins by the term water sheet is uot meant a horses came mostly from New York.
F C. Hake
from this city and from all portions of
dh-d. The CAI I: real bed of water lodged in a cavity be Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Illinois, claims are easily ex]>oeed.
K. S. Strahan.
H for it—»n absolute tween solid masses that serve as walls
The exchange tells of a farmer who the state.
William B. Lord
Indiana, Kentucky and Missouri. As
W. I M ay h io *
From away back Oregon lias been
tn it, but water filltug the minute in the Western States aud Territories be received a letter from a stranger who
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
made ordinary inquiries concerning the known as a good oouutry for horse«;
came sprinkled with setters, the at country and its resources. He answer uot only that horeea do well here on
I. . K Webster.
tinuous and regular in sand, these tention of the latter was turned to the
M M C'olvig
ed it, aud not long after received no the climate and natural grass««, but
I »mi iiLoiit out of I AN! k ABIE , it got** sheets are usually discontinuous and
Fur Jackson, Josephine, latke aud Klamath
aiatter of breeding. During the In tice that his name was to a note for that our farmer« Lave produced actrong
like hot cftkcs. and | Ivefc a«
ti«»n iix any lung run idy that I h ve Danti irregular in limestones and sandstones dian troubles of 1875 aud 1876 in the $7ii0 in a neighboring bank. The sbx'k of horses that command a good
b l in ’. y twenty ri' e year
» AD» r t tu t in which the water only occupies more Northwest and Texas it was found that
stranger whose letter he had answered, price at Lome or for shipment abroad.
in the »trug businvsií an<i I » a*i »ruthfuUj or 1-ss spacious fissures. When natural
A. C. Stanley
the native-bred horses, although a tri had used his signature, effacing the Of late Oregon bred horses have been
mb the salue of the € a I • R ’ 1 Ilk.
J. T. Bowditch
G eo . <-. K1AX1 i.R, Druggist
R. A Miller
able by boring to make au opening much I »utter adapted to rough service writing above it and replacing it with successful as trotters on the Eastern
W If Price
( arson Chy, Nevada
a promissory note. H« did uot deny tuif. Men who have taken carload« of
J K. Neil.
down to the subterranean waters, winch than the Eastern horsee.
Ins signature, but defended the suit Oregon horses to eaatern cities have
The commander« of the Indian di
C. W lavier
sometimes to a considerable height vision communicated this fact to the anil lost it, having the 8700 to pay. found that Oregon stack is appreciated
lx«tter than that of Montana or Colorado.
J <i. Binisey
above. The thought of undertaking department at Washington; ami it was This was in Indiana.
K H Mo.»re
A map peddler comes along and The history of the earliest times shows
ioa. N.-vada. such work is a very ancient one. The decided to supply thearmy of the West tries to sell maps to school directors.
J. M Childers
that pioneers brought their beet mares
Egyptians had recourse to them forty with these horsee. Quartermasters
H H Mi’chtdl
: NNT. M. L>
J. S. Howard.
centuries ago, and they were exeented were directed to specify to this effect They decline but give him their nam«* across the plains; seme good stallions
Dr. R Fry ce
in Franc, in 1126 at Artois, whence the m advert íeiug f* nr home«. For a couple and he transforms the paper they sign reached the north coast in the •forties,’
aud more yet came here in the ‘fifties,’
J»»»? CHINK COUNTY.
name of artesian wells has been given to of years past the horsee for lx>tb the into an order for maps.
Another man comes along with In due time importations were made of
Join* •senator, W St. Clair; Representative.
ad <>r ;
C. I. Hottiird; County Judge, V. C’olvig;
ceous st rata, from which the French Western division have lx*en purchased something used by farmers. He has, Percheron«, Clydesdale and English
L'omini siutiur.«*, J. Hanseth and B. Hansen.
Clerk, C. K. < haii"lur, Sheriff*, M. M vnm ;
artesian waters issue, are not always of on the coast, ami there is no likelihood he says, a sudden call home where a draft horses, aud improvement has been
the Bl I TE I IM-
Trea-tirer, J. A, Jennings; A*»se«*ur,
gargle in Tonst
..ivantage: but in the north of France of this practice being discontinued iu child or wife is ill, aud asks leave to constant, though hardly as reliable as
Kram "• ¡'.«nd > 1 berintotident, W A. Mi
1 noo.l exe. lient.
Belgium they constitute a formid the future. Lower Oregon ami Up deposit a wagon load of hie ware« un the times would justify, for the prog
Surveyor, W’. N. SaunderiG Corunbr,
lin i keuri'ik <'»i
<>b-t icJe which miners encounter per Nevada are now breeding the best der a she*L He starts off, but comes ress of our day justifies the beet im
the Cual Ixxis. A.
, ¿I ct l L uiim » ou ii»» ount. Tira rang-« I buck and askj* the g*x>d man his name provement compatible with good judg
Joint >vuau»r, c. A Cugí*óL*ll. »»f Lake;
the theory of • the «ur- iu these regions are nx-ky aud hilly, and address. Betore long the farmer ment. The value of the draft boras
Re;• re>enta:i w, S. I* Mo*»s. <»f iuike: County
fii ■■■ o' supply of the artexiau wilier» ami the horse« are therefore provided finds a large nnmber of wagon jacks, business is shown by the following ex
Junge. W .
Mw4**; < ’uiumi^i.
):.*■< fi<‘.‘ii observed in Tours, where the 1 with hard hoofs, muscular limb« and or whatever it may be. shipped to him, cerpt taken from the Breeder's Gazette,
< ir a :>>rd mid 1.. B. Kester; Clerk, A. L. Leav
Chicago. It should also be encourage
itt; >heri r, M H. Cm! Ie-'. Treasurer. Clia*.
v, er, stinting with great vehxtily a fine development ofcbest aud body. ordered over bis signature.
Gars»-.-, a -**» "*>r, JvUu >mait; >chuul Super-
A tract, or Bible agent, or colporteur ment for Oregon—and, indeed, for the
from a w-i! lilt meter« iu depth,brings They are considered far superior to
inten icut. B- Fountain; Purveyor. J. B. Grif great ■ ari- tv of styles iu both cooking ami heatin;
up. ’og. th t with fine saii‘1. irexh water the Kansas horses. The stock-raisera --pretended at least—comes to a g*xxl breeders of horses throughout the en
fith, Co.• >ner, J "lemeus.
shi lls aud S‘x ds in such a state of prea- breed th“m especially for the purpose church going farmer, intnxluiv« him tire Pacific Northwest -to take more
lake < ous rv.
|»ri* « * i
lit. W e claim these to l><> unequale*! i
self, stops awhile and then demands pains than ever instead of manifesting
ervation .as to show that they could of selling them to tho Government.
J.»in! Senator. ’
A. Cog*well, of lu»ke;
his bill. It ib nothing; but be insists indifference in breeding good stock.
Ke; • « -uin ive.s, B Mo < County Judge, W gam e of ilesign ami finish, ami are placing them
alt tn«-/»* ‘■ymp’oms
upon paying something and then asks Every farmer can have a pair of tnaree
A. Wilthire; < ..i.nnW'U ner*, R L. Shvrloek
tho purchase of hors»« in a certain rou
and Wiiliani Ragle. . Clerk. W. T. Boyd; the market with the
atarrh is increased s«*-
th * Wady Rir have also ejected fresh tine fashion. As a matter of course the farmer to sign bis name iu his and breed them, while they will do
bheritt. WHliatu < aril. Treasurer, A MeCal-
of yellow or greenish
iperiutendvMt. A. H Li'her;
: 0 KLY- water m.filusks, fish aud crabs still liv only geldings are accepted. They blank lxx>k with the amount paid as much of his work. The intention should
K .McDonough. >tock In^uttw,
ing. which must, therefore, have made must lie sound and in gootl condition; his voucher to the society he serves. be to breed the beet stock possible aud
that they are the
I>. K. Jour«
ing m rr»*tion*< exuded from festering ul
u H e ro\ a still more rapid transit. [Mining that is, with no trace of constitutional This liecomes a promissory note ami receive a price in proportion. Thia is
SEETiSti OF COURTS, ETC.
falls into the hands of some "innocent one of the most reliable sources of in
cers far back in the h< ad: sometime* the
defects; the height must lie from fifteen purchaser,” and must be paid.
membrane covering the bones is eaten ,ÇtAi r-R C i ? cvl *
The -upreuie Ct>urt of oregou meet' ut *a
come from tfie farm, and every man
a way and th»* b«»n«*s theinaeh e?, gradnall
lvm. regula’- terms eommeucing ou the lir*t
to sixteen hands, and they must uot
It is possible that such frauils ar« should bear in mind that raising aud
¡MIETINE fOCa OROVILLE
det ay. Su'-h
are indeed objects • f_____________________________
A Vtepiau Vision.
Momia * in Mar<rh and ’>< t»»ber.
pity, a- 'U nt il from c.>rr > ling sores reveal', tn-' • <»rr i,.’urn withi»».
attempted, but the newspaper that re- feeding stock is the safest way to sus
The • irruit Court for the First Judicial
A’s •. vcr\ br. a’li drawn into the l*ing> riu>t pa^s over an.’. Decoiiu* polluted by
“A vision of the future arises; wo see years old. The specifications conclude , lates them and tries to carry the con tain the fertility of the farm aud keep
in Jai-k*>on county on first Mon-
( rctionsi’n the nasal passages, it must »»♦ • • ssarily follow that p 'st»uing of »hv'Gioh- our country filled with happy homes, with the ambiguous statement that
dfeysin April, September Mini lirermbur. in
viction that there is no remedy, is up its productiveness. The Gazette
system gradually take** ¡»lace, u bile the morbid mutter that i swa.luu< d tlnr .f.
k.Miua’h u.mn: \ on set olid Monday iu June
pH"< ' mb» tl < ^bima' h. enfeebles digestion, and often produces dyspepsia an 1 nn.i'iy with firesides of content; the foremost the horse« must also be in all respect« simply making its own ignorance pub says:
There is something peculiar
aud first Motida in Novenil>cr. In lake
land of all the earth. I see a world fitted for the cavalry service. This lic. No such fraud can suocecd if ex alxiut the draft-horse business of thi«
treat debuitv. nt rvoiuii»'< an ' consumption
county on ihe third M<»n<la> in May and the
tecoud Monday iu (>vioi>er. in Josephine
DO NOT PROCRASTINATE.
„^,, If a letter , is D luau..
«lierethrones have crumbled and kings latter being solely a matter of individu- 1 posed.
to H a oouDtry. It is about thirty-five years
county ou firm Monday sin March and Au
If you have experienced any of the above symptoms do not <b lay. but try <’ ai . ifou . nia are dust. The aristocracy of idleness al opinion ia the source of many quar- p"r'„,„¡’f.e ío pav.'it'ean onbuiTdo^ by
C at -R-< UKE at once. We positively guarantee a feu appli»‘ations’«> relieve
i.<l a thor
. • since our people began to wake up to
contractors _ i ns
chemicals to obliterate the
has perished from the earth. I see a rels and disputes •» between
For Jackson county the Couuty, Probata
otigh treatment to cure. Six months treatment, $1 OU. B.' I'uiil ÍI 10
the fact that our horse stack might be
- u first
and « ommi'-ionv*• omts meet cxery
>anta Vbiv. <’at-K-<’ure ami Butte-Tine, I or **
world without a slave. Man at last is and inspectors. More care is exercised
greatly improved by the importation of
taonth. eoinmcneing with the first Moudav:
this without detection, for the use of the heavy draft breeds of Great Britain
for Jo'Cphiue county, tlie first Monday m
Janna***. April, July and •M-ptember. for
! tho chemicals must show when scien- aud Frauoe, aud from that time down
Lake county, every alternate month, com
secret subtle forces of the earth and air vice. He must possess a bright, intlli- 1 tifieaily examined. That is prima to the present the business of lmixirt-
sihhiod. < Irecon.
tucDciiig the first Monda in January; for
facie proof of fraud, and coupled with ing and breedlug draft horses lias not
Klamath comity. tlie first Wednesday in
r see a world at peace, adorned with ders and breast, and a hard hoof, free evidence from the signer will consti exjierienced a check or reverse. No
March. June, September and SoumU r.
every art, with music’s myriad voices
tute a legal defense. In all these in- other branch of business in this county,
thrilled, while lip« are rich with word« His weight must be lietween 900 and stanocs want of value received can lie whether pertaining to agriculture or
of hive and truth.
shown and the farmer can make oath any other industry, has been so uni
A world in winch no exile sighs, no mals has much to do with his being he never signed such a note and deny formly prosperous. The importers
prisoner mourns: where work and worth purchase*!. The color which are pre its validity. The burden of proof will have all made money: their customers
Austin S. Hammond.,
go hand in hand; where the jxxir girl ferred are roan, black, bay and chest lie in the man who owns the note, an*l Lave almost universally made money
trying to win bread with a needle the nut. Next to these come iron gray if fraud is evident bo has no case. Of and the farmers who have bred to these
z\ si 11 a 11< I
m-,-.fie that has l» < n called the asp for and sorrel. Horses of “off’, colors, course, it is vexatious to be troubled imported stallions have all made money
the lire’.-t of the | mr. is uot driven to such as calicoes, buckskins, etc., are in this way, but law and equity afford by so doing, aud still the business goes
desperate choice of crime or death, of taken only when it is neeessary to do a remedy against all frauds.
on and grows; and «till the demand
suicide or shame. I see a world with- so to complete a contract. White
Complete list of Abstract» of Titles to lands
goes out from our large cities, from
tn Jackson county.
• iut the b.ggar's outstretched palms, horsee are rarely accepted for the
our lumlier cam [is and from our min
Killed by a Building Collapse.
Title* examined. Title« perfected. Rec
the oiiser’s heart less, stony stare, and
ing districts for more and better hoavy
ord» corrected, etc.
Just before daylight on Monday of draft horses. All horses of the heavy
ww »vail of want, tho livid lips of Ixmglit anil useil in mounting buglers
Splendid Line of the very Best and Latest Improved
last week Hartford, Conn., was startled draft type that are bred in this country
the cruel eye« of scorn. I see a
without disease of the flesh or purchasing horses is, as a rule, as fol by the sound of a monster explosion find a quick market at g.xxl prices as
Stock Kancli fo- Sale.
J. T. Bowditch,
biain, shapely ami fair, a married har lows: At stated periods, say the end and immediately persons in that sec six in as they are old enough for use,
mony of form aud function. As I look, of each quarter, each company com tion near the capital wore further and there is no pnxipect of an abate
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
life b-ngthens, j*»y *l. e|>ens, love cano mander of a cavalry troop makes out a startled by the sound of crashing walls ment of this demand.”
pies the earth and over all the. great requisition on the assistant quarter and falling timliers, mingled with the
Will practice ir. all court, of the State.
dome * bines tin* eternal star of human master of his department for the num screams of women and shouts of men
Abont Well-Kuown People.
Collection, promptly made and remitted.
ber of horses which he may need. 1 coming from the vicinity of High and
Senator-elect Washburn is spoken of
When the requisitions are all in. the Alley streets, which had been the site
assistant quartermaster advertise« for of ths Park Central hotel. Those who . out west as Washburn IIL
and Strength Renewed, and
lads for the horses wanted, the ani hurried on the spot found a huge pile
The author of “Listen to the Mock
Morris M. Harkness,
Falos mals tii lx* delivered at a certain place of stone, brick and splintered timbers,
ing Bird" acknowledges that he has
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR,
made £20,000 by it.
Follows the use of Syrup vf 1 i-s a* t
bi*] sent in tuns' be iu triplicate am! arose, streaked and blackened by
acts gently on the
G rant ’ s P ass , O regon .
aoctiinpanied by a guarantee, indorsed wreaths of smoke that rapidly grow
Anthony Higgins, the new senator
---- In Ibc town of-----
by two n's]»onsible parties, that in more dense. Thou tongued ' flames from Delaware, I »ears a strong facial
rw < iitir«» in Ahlf Building, Front street.
K idney ’ s , L iver
B om i ls
case the bid is accepted the contract leaped out here and there, gradually resemblance to Robert G. Ingersoll.
Effectually Clean-ing the Syst< >n when
will b*‘ fulfilled to the letter. At the growing stronger until the ruin was a
Three of the «etiators-elect, White of
WAGONS, BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, CARTS,
Costive or Bilious, Di.s[s:lliiig
time ami place agreed upon the con roaring heap. Cries and moans came Louisiana,
E. W. Morrison,
Higgins of Delaware, and
Siskiyou co., Cal.,
ole« >t t of Colorado, era deecrilied as
ber of animals actually requinxi by standers sick with horror. The fire “handsome and unmarried."
For Sale on Easy Terms.
ami permanently curing
the Govern incut, but also a sufficient department was soon on the scene and
Senator Morrill, of Vermont, ban
number to select from in case of n - many streams of water were directed
been in public life louger than any z
One-fourth down ba'anoe within six, without weakening or irritating tlie or
fulfilling the terms of the contract.
helpers at the ruins could see B-hirid American uow living. He entered the
All the above goods have been especially built lor this trade by the twelve
GRANTS PASS, OREGON.
mu» eighteen month».
gans on which it act«.
it the annex to the building, in which house of representative« 34 years ago.
oldest and most reliable manufacturers in the L nit* d States, and arc
For Sale In 50c anil «1 CO Bottle» by
S» e map nt the Rrti’*>»ud Depot for graded
The Loco Weed.
was the house servants of tho hotel,
in Axtell building, next door to
Senators Blair and Morgan Io not
all Lt-ailing ItrngRl-t»-
Guaranteed Super ior to any others ot their class in the market.
prices, etc., or address
i’.uulu} Hi »use.
which was spared. A portion of speak as they pass by. They are the
The discussion as to whether the and
MAirVrxCTCUKO 0X1.T BV TOt
1». H H X'KEI.L.
Town cit»‘ Agent
P. R. R., >au Franc S■•<».
“herba loca” will, if oaten by stock, the tit rs of rooms of the main building only two of the 76 members of the sen
CALIF0BNIA FIG SYRUP CO
produce insanity, ie becoming quite ’ remain standing, but the partitions ate who are not on s|>eaking terms.
S ax F raxuisî -O, C al .,
J. S. Howard.,
were torn away and the rooms open to
lxdir.ladies of society and Dromi-
Lncisx'iLL’. Kv .
N» Y. ueut prufessi >nal stars have testified to, general. James Kennedy. Ph. G.. of ,
The historian Bancroft is perhaps
the air. The tlixirs of many of them
Notary Public and Conveyancer
the oldest college graduate in the oouu
it» eve»'!!« ncy hi the in<»si emphatic
terms. Guaranteed harmless and match made au ilyses ami experiments ami In* occupants atid furniture upon the try. He took his degree from Harvard
H andsomely Ii.i.vsr rated C atalogei and P rice L ist ma
less. (.'bnwood Bros., dnipyists, Ash- declares that the only ill effect that 1
72 years ago. He is uow 89.
All kin*!« of real estate busine»» Klveu care
t ind. Or.» II it at
cts. ¡x r bottle and could follow its consumption would Ixt confused ruins below. The frightened
ful alt, nlioii. an4 information furnished FA’EE on application.
W. D. Washburn, just elected sena
cou< » ruing pro|»erty iu the new town.
iw a In autiful card to every purchaser. the usual effect of overeating. Dr. L. employees were safely taken from the
C. w. Ay. r«, H. R. iUrb< ur, R T. Eh iage
annex by ladders.
tor from Minnesota, is estimated to be
7 his Sp
i<< d f"r
Worth Their \\ <*ight in Gohl. ician with thirty years practice, Htid
Finally the flames were mastered by worth $10,000,000, and owns the second
¿¡¿is, Mar & Maie,
the flretuoti and sank down from Bight largest flouring mill in the world, with
Yebaiine Bitters are entirely veueta- who is a pioneer sUx'kmau. says rattle
M. L. McCALL,
i>‘f. containing no calomel, mercury weed is not poisonous. He thinks in the ruins, where the water met a capacity of 10,(MX) barrels a day.
tnii.’ rul aloes, croton oil, or other pois that insanity in horses is caused by them anti hissed and steamed among
The Czar of Russia is an enormous
onous, or injurious medicines. Made the swallowing of sand and dirt which the hot stones and brick. As soon as
He take« from two to three
<•«*' n and an* the be<t of all liver and clings to the root« of grasses ami herbs dreds of willing hands set about the ponuds of solid meat and au average
restorers, and the only pills
heroic task of removing the mass of of two quarts of champagne for lunch
on a ¡»ositive imarantiM* of K’’i“Tal mony is corroborated by that of S.
eon with a dinner big m pro[>ortiou.
( \\. AYE
-,-t.'.<■*!'»ii. or niotev refunded. Sent Gates, a st<x*kman of San Lius Obispo masonry. An enormous throng had
by this time gathered, bareheaded and
John Swinton, the veteran New York
! \ i ui
ceirs a box. or 5 boxes for $1. county, whose letter we print below:
Chitwood Bros.. Ashland.
"Editor Republican: I have noticed breathless. All the people in that journalist, has recovered the eight of
in a numlier of papers lately remarks part of the city were awakened by the one eye and is on the road to restored
and opinions about the plant ‘herba shock. Huge stones were scattered health. Recent lieqnesta to his wife
loca’ (or rattleweed) aud iu your valua and iron pipes bent and twisted. Win have plaoed hiui beyond renewed dan
ble paper of the 4th inst. the state dows in adjoining buildings and across ger of want.
nb lnput*- billl'linu
ment is made that stockmen are unani the street were demolished and pan.«
Sir William Conrad Reevas, Chief
i-ridg.-m n h<*:*-l. *
Three or four Choice Building Lots
mous in their belief in its injurious of glass smashed two blocks away. It Justioe of Barliadoes, just knighted by
irm-r Mniu .xml Ihiti
is lx*lievo*l that M rs. Weesen. of Spring
, and Bee w
Chas. E. Boebe, U. D.
Victoria, is a oolored man. Hie mother
Ashland will bo exchanged for t.vMimi.
.. all imlim
one who does not believe in the loco field. was in the hotel with her five was a full-blooded negrees; hie father
suitable for the construction of a fine
children and a servant. She has not
ml- for bni
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
was a Scotch planter. The chief jus
house on lot adjacent to those offered, ! and *.-m build your li.eiM- w
ness ami live between the Cox & Clark lx»en seen. If this proves true the tice liegan life aa a printer.
these lots are advanoir.g in value . very > Ite, e-sary delay . Ilut.id*- ol
ASMI AND. OREGON.
ranch on the west, and the Cbolamo
day. and you will find tin . merits inves
S dvpìh I attention given to the treatment
■i i.tle.'. eivi-ii t*> it* in. We ihvit. i
Mr«. Amy Kirby Post, the abolition
tigation. For particulars address.
ranch of 40.00!) acre« on the east all the addition of these seven victims.
<vf ehr«»ui‘‘ ieinaie dueaxes
The nmnlier of dead at last rejxirts ist, died at Rochester, N. Y., January
B. E. R kkhkii . I where r* <|*iir..*l.
<>!!>■ .• « ou>ultation free where profession
run to stock. There are fully 50,000
al service« are not required.
l’ostoffiee box 77. Ashland. Gr.
head of cattle, horses ami sheep kept was twentv-five, and those injured and 29th. Before the war she was one of
Ayers, Barbour & Elviage.
Ofticc in Masonic Block. <»v» r « hitwood s
the most active manipulators of the
in this immediate neighlxirhixid ami I in hospitals eighteen.
drug “lore: residence on oak Mtrect.
The cause of tho catastrophe was underground railroad, and was on one
have no knowledge of one loca animal
occasion caught by the authorities with
-so called and there is an abundance
of rattleweed all over tine country. plosion of the boiler, but sulieequent five runaway slave« in her cellar.
Dr. W. Staxâell,
Last year was a very poor gras« year
Col. North, the wealthy American
ami every thing m the way of vegeta falling of the building caused the whom the English call “The Nitrate
tion was eaten—rattleweed and nil — boiler to explode. The foundation for King,” is as lavish in hie gifts to the
A >11 I.A.NI».
without any bad effect«. It is my the walls of the immense structure was poor as he is in his entertainments. He
opinion that st*x»k having to use poor, laid upon planks on soft elay, and the not only semis snlmtantial checks to
muddy water has more to do with their settling of the wh ’I s had finally rent-bed all the loadlug Ijondou hoepitalsfbilt
going crazy than anything they eat. tlie point whore the collapse of the he has instructed bin secretary to ar
Plain Si Fancy Cassimeres, Flannels, Hosiery. Etc.,
building was inevitable.
S. G atrs .
range for a series of free «uppers twice
a week to .500 of the poor in the British
OVER and UNDERWEAR. - CLOTHING made to ORDER.
Stength oí Oregon Ur.
The Black Walnut.
Office and Sales Room« in Masonic Building,
The Northwestern society of civil
An exchange lias fallen in love with
Dr. J- B. Howman,
Herlxtrt Bismarck ie said to
engineers at Portland, have lieen de the black walnut and urges the people lx» Count
roe[M»usible for the present diet urlxxl
to plant young tree, of this variety.
I’llSKTAN A SURGE« >N
of Bamoa. He has made the
tific subjects, and at the last meeting It «ays: Every land owner should condition
affairs of the latter, his pel bobby and
plaut t lie black walnut. It is the most
(Late Suwon In F S. Army.]
devoted much attention thereto.
W I. Vaster. • ‘ash
Jno. H. Bentley. President
timber supply of the Northwest, with valuable of tr.se. No true can nearly has
Indeed the bead of the large Hamburg
particular reference to its availability approach it in the early future, Pro firm
who has l»«en a resident of the
and value for constructive purposes. fessor Brown.of Ontario,estimate« from Samoan
Iifflce on o»k street opposite new brick
islands for many years, and
Mr. Grondah). who had made some ex tin experience of his own that an acre who during
the recent Samoan troubles
periments. showed sample pieces of planted with this tree may in fifty years had an interview
wood used in his tests aud stated re produce a value of 813,350. Professor remarked: “I felt with
as if I had been talk
Mrs. P. M. Webster, M B.,
ThH powder never varie*
ing to somebody who lived on the is
of purity. sfr< nzth and wh<»!eaoniene<s. and sugar pine is siqierior in strength estimate too low. Think of a mean lands."
Mnr«* t-< on<»ini< al than the ordinary kinds, to [âne employed elsewhere, and equal annual income of 3325 from an acre of
hid ! <ann<4 be m »DI in eomp* tiliou with in strength to any known variety on
A. W. SCOTT,
The United States senate is to have
tree, the planting of which could lie
tbe mnhituilv of low test, short weight
the continent. Other members gave done for les« than 850. At least every a new Apollo. His name is James Mc
A General Banking Business Done on Reasonable Terms.
• >,ti< e for the present at the ( onjrregational
RoVM, B akjxg I’OWIIRB Co.,’ l(J»i information from their personal ob waste piece, especially if the eoil is Millan, and he will succeed Thomae
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, I \\ ins.
r* xtreet. N Y.
servation of the durability of this rich, should lx1 planted with the black W. Palmer, of Michigan. Mr. McMillan
Sight drafts on New Y«»rk. San Francisco, fortlantl. or., au 1 Kansas City. Mo.
timber. As it is desired to make fur walnut.. It is a sturdy, handsome, vig is tall and slender, has curly gray hair
All collections entrusted to us will receive attention. We make a special v of this
The BUYERS’GUIDE ii ther experiments with refereuce to the orous tree, easily gr >wn, becauso no and impressive mustache and goatee.
X is ued March and J'“pt. strength aud elasticity of the timlxir, a animal and only one insect feed on it. His eyes are bright, but their effect is
D>ans made on approved sécurité.
J. S. Walter, M. 0. S.,
Heacn year. It is ¡1 ency, committee was appointed to correspond The white walnut, or buttern it, is also somewhat modified by spectacles. He
i-’ ifiopetiia of useful infor- with those who have appliances for a good thing to plant. The black wal is very particular about hi« drees, and
Will pr.wtice hu profession *>f Dentistry
— and —
»mat ion for all who pur- such tests, and if possible make ar
nut has a transcendent value but little is something of an Anglomaniac as re
— AT —
r chase tho luxuries or tl:
ÄSHI.ANP, OKE i I i 'X.
necessities of lite. W rangements by which the society can known, which is that the fine European gards his attire. Senator Hiscock who
cm clothe you mu furnish you wit furnish the sixicimeus and have the re walnut grows finely ou it. either stock considers hiuinclf the mo«t presentable
Office a residence.
ail the noccsiary r.n<t tmr.ccx ■ sr; sult of the tests.
or top grafted. The hardier vanet ie« man in the senate, will find in Mc
ai> .li. e.* t ride, walk, dance. * cp,
of this finest of all nuts from the north Millan a foeman worthy of hia impos
< it <>*!. hunt, work, go to cliureh.
Advice to Mothers.
of Europe should succeed top grafted ing beauty.
A. C. Caldwell,
on this hardy stock in the middle an I
iuirc‘1 to ilo all these Il li.g; children teething, is the precription o western states.
What on Earth
Mechanical and Operative Dentist.
C6‘l ' ¡'.'IT and you can in.*1 0¡1 lan one of the best f,male nurses and pby
people will not, can not. or
1 .1 in value of tho BUYERS’ Rician« in the United State«, and has
do no'. Hee any difference in cheap nos
GUIDE,'‘w'lich will bo sent upon been us«l for forty years with never
Joe Avery, who is very ill, had a trums put up by Cheap John h >une» or
t. .f 10 cents to pay po«ta*e, failing RucceRH by millions of mothers
Nitrous Oxide Gas administered for
very peculiar accident happen fo him
parties at enormous profit«,
air 10 nr-
iTGOMERYWARD JL'CO. for tlinr children. During the proves* last Sunday, which seem«.! for a while irresponsible
th* painless extraction of teeth.
rstlier than take a medicine of world
Office over the Bank.— [12-33]
lJXwli4 xjl . .¿. a Avenue, Ch. gako .Ill. of teething it* value is incalculable. It
and one that i« giving
Farm Impiemc nis»
relieve« the child from pain, cures dys would terminate fatally. The doctor
a- • . -
universal «atisfaolion at equal price ?
lx,wels, andEvind-coiio. Bv giving health to take bis temperature, and the little N<> medicine in the world ia giving such
SEEDS & FRUITS. r
to the child it rests the mother. Price fellow, trncouscn.iis of what he was do nnparalleled aatisfaction for punfving
rth* r 1 arti<
the blood as BEGGS' BLOOD Pt KI-
L I tf)
ch ., a
2.5c a bottle.
i Van Ho
OrcRon. (late of <’a»
ing. cl.ie.sl bis teeth on the thermome F1ER and BLOOD MAKER, and every
•.y F B kn ?
that doe« not do its work will coat
Are now prepared to furnish the best of
Croup can always be prevented by giv ter breaking it. Before he oonld be teittle
:>u*ic for public <»r private Parties. Balls.
prevented lie hud swallowed the mer vou nothing. CHI L WOOD A BKO..
I’irn.t m . Ac . al any poiut <»n the coast
soon as the child becom*« hoarse. It is cury. We learn just as we go to press
All the new popular music is played by
R A A TIT!
pleasant and sale to take and perfectly that he lias somewhat recovered from
Derangement of the liver covers a
reliable. Price. .50 cents per bottlo. For the effects of the mercury, and some multitude of ailmeuta. In all cases
Having employed a large number of mil-
real esta in
Hale by T. K. Bolton.
hopes are entertained of Lis recovery. where
Warehouse at R. ¡¿.track, foot
4i< Ians, we ar abb* to furnish any number Send or call for prices.
the fanctiona of the liver are
of Gaud«. At»y inritrutuent or a » aller fur
■ Benton Leader.
I r | 'Uh I yr>ERSI*;XEl> would annonne*
interrupUxl ordisturlied, and the bile,
Some m-w -chixyl satcbfla at B*tr**k-
uishvd to other ban t*. All on’ers by mail of Helman street.
>r tviefraph p”n:u|»lly altfide t to. Term«
bulter Jir HiiMy's.
1 to I bohl * u-miner*, and th*, public Cough! and Cough!! and Cough!!!
its constituent secretion, left circulat
always reu*«>nable. A i ir >»
: ;1 . th*.! he!» again iu th* transfer
A Healthy Growth.
ing in the blood, some disorder will
Vr<»f. («aoiarti. \«hland. Or.
will cotiih and keep coughing and null
Acker's Blood Elixir ha« gained a flrm follow. I)r. Henley’« Dandelion Tonic
.11. pr.e p.ily u«
*.r u farm, call on or address G.
keep trying inferior medicine* when hold ou the American people and is ac will restore the liver to ita natural
1 . Billiugs. Ashlaud. Oregon.
BEGGS' CHERRY <’OI GH bYKl'P will knowledge«! to he superior to all other dutieH anti promote the secretion of
jewitivelv relieve your cough at once - pieparations. It is a positive core for liile, thereby preventing Jaundice,
I'll.1' mt's famon« clothing house
N*>w is the tin- to tit ie- men'«
A full lino of Hnmphrey's homeo
lhiHi.no advertising scheme, but an all bltxxi and skin disease«. The medi
is c‘. -i i| to the utmost with his flue furnishing'/‘»«I* .un- s*fi ■.;;*: cost at pathic remedies--pellets and liquids—
billiousnese and other ail-
actual fact, anil we guarantee it. CHIT cal fraternity indorse aud prescribe it. Dyspepsia,
meuta. Sold by T. K. Bolton.
, winter stock.
M. L. Alford s.
th« besl iu the world, at Chitwood’ ♦
J. H. McBBIDE.
STOVES and Ranges.
LAND OK DISCOV
Best Made and Finished, Best Operating, and
A 1 < >i s<
It will pay all Farmers to call upon
C. W. AYERS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
STAVER & WALKER’S
Pleasing Sense of Health
Attorney & Counselor
Machine ani Vehicle Supplies of Every Description.
PRICES THE LOWEST.
Contractors â Guilders.
WHITES COLORED BLANKETS,
Farmi Frail and Vegetable
Jacksoil Countv Bank,
W.M. GILROY ?
Successor to Youle & Gilroy,
Land For Sale
Sash» Doors, Mouldings,
Paints, Oils, Glass,
M. G I I.Gì i"!