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IiSjl-J. LOCAL HISTORY. , L
Mr. tJ. W. llouaton ha fur-
IW willi ft copy of tlio "City
tix.nMtaa I ol. I!. II. .1. ( omur
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wr, printed lion in laUS, from
leli we copy the history luct-
rtUttt'.lft fl Hcw-erv of. gold on
.jfel)iomk mxl I ha unriy work of
Tlmt jwrtion known ti tlio Can
t Ajtroek Or Joint l)y ininitij?
jlifttriaLwAi foil ml to Ik; n gold
' Hit flfirtfrt Wh of dune. lS0-, by
n company of jroiector from
Trukn, on what i now know n m
Whiskey Klat, half, uiilo nbovo
Omiyon City; on the wttne day
(fold was discovered on I.ittlu I'inu
week, two mile cunt, him! on the
following day HOC' prwpoeU wore
found on llich nnti W'indlc
milehw, onetime ono of the molt
uxtoiuivc itnd ricliett mining onniw
In lintern Oregon. The jKirtioss
who struck the digging, being
about out of the necwwine of life,
went to Auburn, wlioro tliuy ro
Hrleri their discovery of new
diggii'fff , which en need u rush of
about 5l)U jH-'iKoiiR to tli is place.
tan they meeting thu yold-cokurs
from California to I'owdor river
made, within ten tiny s from the
lirt discovery of gold, u popula
tion of over 1000 miiiers. lint tho
ttlniin on the creek boing deep
with n grent dd of wider to eon
taiul with, ti ltd the gulehee in
which prospect were tirnt found
boing dry guleho, tho mot of
thoio who lirtt discovered the
plitce left without receiving any of
the benefits dorived therefrom.
(Jaiivoii creek took iu niiinu from
n ettftyon through which it Howe,
in a northerly direction, into the
ilohn Day river: mid this city took
It imino from the nbovo imiiied
creek, on which it in locntetl, n
tliort ditUtucc below the mouth of
tho canyon and two mil o above
iU coiilliKinco with tho John D.iv
rivor; and vn laid out by .MeiiBis.
Alnlkev, Cooper and others on tho
iJOthof duly, 1!5(. t
Tho fiit "building wnc thu ex-
pre oilico of Urente t NeUon,
put up about the Ith of duly,
' IBOU. A whimkey shop was start-
Pjrd-oii Whiskey Flat, on the loth
of June, iu a tent; and about the
'JOtli I'oweiv, Shiinian A: Wadleigh
winie in witli a pnek-train loaded
with whiskey, tobacco and grocer
iiw. In n Jiert imo after, Coxait,
I.uce iV' Stone arrived from The
Halle, with n puek-truiii loaded
with urH'oriuti mid prbvisiom and
itnrtwl the Hrt etoreMn the city,
in a canvMS houe. The Hrt ie
tanrant ww oeuel by the .Mrs.
CK)Hr; ami during duly and
Augiwt of the satno year, several
new tore and oiiie ten or twelve
saloon commeiieed operationn.
Tliu liit claims oh)iiihI were on
Little I'iuo crook; tho eeoiid ueitr
WhUkey Mat, laith of which were
workwl with rocker. In August
l.rown vc Co., built a mall baw
mill on I'ine ereok, which proved
a fid I ti re; moat of the lumber luod
wm out by whip-snwyoM. The
Humboldt company were thu llrt
to iino tluiucit, to which they at
tached a long-tout, in Juuier
gnleh. The ltrt ilitch wiu tho
llhwell crock ditch, ilug to convoy
tho water of lliacell and I'ine
creek to Uich gulch, on which
gulch tho town of Mamvillo wiu
built during duly mid Augut,
" . 1KU. The lirt elaim opuiied on
Canyon eroek wero the Trontou
and thu lilehnitlMJii, Iu thu fall or
1S02, and thu Nevor Swoat ourly
in thexpringof I SOU all of which
Thu Hrt dimth wa a man whono
iinuiu im oten(itl our mutuory, on
I'ine urcok, who diol of coiuiynp
tlou; the lecoud, .Innie K. Knov
killel by W. Hleviii on the MM
Of Novembor, 1SIW, at which timo
our too well-Hlled graveyanl wa
picked out nuil dodionted. l'.erry
Way was tho Hut man hung,
which took plauo on Jiiuu Ith,
1SW, fter a jury trial by tho
minora, for tho murder of J. (Jul
inghnr, notr Autelopo valley, on
thu Dalttw trail.
Tivwbridgo Co. located tho
lirot ranch on tho Kith of duly,
J.SII2, ami I till ownud by a mrt
of the Miuo Itriu, and U ftituated
opMMitu thu inoiith of tho ureok, iu
thu Jolin l)v vplluy.
Thu llh' rl opanml
in IStll, previous to which liinu
all snmilies were trnnsiwrtetl M,
Ibis eitv by ixick tmiiif.
Aout the 1st of duly, 1SIW,
thcro nrriel from Calffornia n
train, consisting of thirty two
wagone, ono hundred and tiveiueu,
fourteen womon and several chil
dren, which added to the jionna
nont jiopulation of the district
many wbo enino at that time are
htill to bo K-eu on our treeti.
The tirt jwrson joinitl together
in tho holy IkmuU of wetlhxik wore
Mr. da. Adaina to Mit duunutt
WA.uiNoroN, I). C., Mar. 120.
KnrroK (Jkast Co. Ni.w-: Mr.
Illiiino ii vt-rv much on ton thin
week, and hi follower are talking
him up a the "biggem' man In
thu adminMrntion at a greater
rate than ever, and the fact neonis
to bo entirely forgotten that .Mr.
Klaiue i a biibonliuate ollicer, and
that he could not have aivoiii
plitdiod thu thiugs for which he is
lioing so highly praised without
the coiiKcnt. of iriuHrior ollicer,
Mr. Harrison. It wa a ioitivo
relief to many of Mr. filaino'
friend when "the olllcial proola
iiiatiou of the president of ltnir.il,
opening the jwrts of that country
on and after April 1st, for the free
ontry of the article mentioned in
the reciprocity treaty with the
Cuitcd ytates," rcaeheil hero and
was made public, for there i no
denying tlio fact that they had
allowodtheuiBolvo to bo jmrtinlly
slam peded by tho persistent circu
lation of rumors of the treaty
having been rejected by the I'.ra
Probably ono of the proudest
inoinents of Mr. rdaine' life win
when Sir Julian I'auneofort, tho
Mritish minister, called on him
and presentcl a copy of the dis
mtclt from Lord 'Salisbury, the
British foreign minister, accepting
hi proK)!iition inado last Decem
ber, to submit the disputed lines
tioiis concerning the liubring tea
soul fisheries to peaceful arbitra
tion, on the lines laid down by Mr.
I'laine. Nobody knows better
than tho secretary of statu that had
this dispute led" to a war with
(ireat Mritaiii, he would havo been
held personally resHnsillo for it
by many cop!e, wbo believed
honestly that lie intended, when
he accepted a position in the cabi
net, to liring about a war with that
country to serve hi own purKe;
and the )oiiou of that knowl
edge undoubtedly added largely to
hi satisfaction in knowing that he
has brought about a peaceable
settlement of this long continued
dispute, and to a lesser degree this
solutiyu of the matter is a gro.it
satisfaction to many people who
have been fearful that it would end
Sonator IVITcr and a number of
alliance representatives, including
tho irrepressible Jerry Sinipou,
have devoted the grcifter jxirt of
this week to alliance missionary
work iu the adjoining state of
Maryland, and one of them in
form mo that theru is every indi
cation of the all'miico being nblo to
elect a majority of the next lu'gi
latuie this fall, and a successor to
Senator (ioruian, who in spite of
hi gruat opiilaiity with tho dem
ocratic party at large, has many
enemies iu the jwrty rank in his
own state, who stand ready and
willing to join the alliance in de
An eminent member of the farm
ers' alliance today expressed himself
iu very strong laiiiiac,o ayaiiiKt
what he called the "sell out" of thu
two farmer in thu Illinois lunula
turp. which resulted in the eluction
of ( it'll. I'almcr to the I'nited State
senate, when it wa Kaiblc to have
elected one of their own men. "I
have nothing against en. I'almur,"
ho said, "but I am iu favor of elect
ing a man who belong to a farmers
organisation every time the opjKir
tunily present itself to do so, and 1
consider that iu thl case an opor
tunity wa cither delilcratcly thrown
away or Mild, I am not yet eertian
which, but I intend to be.
Morrison and Carlisle or Carlile
and Morrison i hoard quite often
mining thoanti-Clovoltind democrat
here. Thu trouble aUut either of
thus ticket i tho doubt a to
whether either of thu gentlemen
would accept tho syoond place on
thu ticket. Duo of Mr. Morrison'
clow iHroiml friend i iuouible
for the statement thill he could
have had the second place on the
Cleveland ticket in SS had he been
diHiKNod to take it.
There seems to la? eoiHiderablc
uncertainty about when Mr. Ilarri
ton uill appoint tho nine judge of
the I niletl Males circuit court,
provided for iu the new law. It
was slated early tbi week Ujhjii
what seemed good authoritv that he
had decided not to appomt them
until next DeoouiU'r, but there i a
diosilinii to Indicvc that tin state
ment wa madu iu order to keep oil'
tho horde of persistent ollieo-iieokor,
including a numler of republican
ox-represontativf. Mr. Harrison
is now away, but he i eected to
return tomorrow. If bo proviso
making these apointinont soon he
will probably do o lefore leaving
on hi projoed trip to the Pacific
coast, uhhi widen he will start
within the next three or four week.
Senator Kyle took a promiiunt
part in a religion revival meeting
here the other night.
Henry lieorge passed through
Washington thi week. He ha
just returned from tho HeriuudiiH,
where he ont the winter iu search
of health. He said that hi pbyHi
cian would not allow him to work
and that he wa not prt pired to
talk on current event further than
to express hi belief that from thi
time on political battltM will l
fought solely iiKn economic issues.
APPLICATION OK KLKCTK1CITV.
The rapid stridrs which of late
have been made in (he practical
application of electricity have pro
pared the way, in the public muni,
for the ready acceptance of almost
any new and striking ropo-ml. Iu
the Kpular belief the use of elec
tritity in curing the ill of the llcsh,
i an aeeouiplihetI fact. To prove
the assertion, Dr. Darrin gives the
following name of jwople who are
willing to vouch for it, as they havo
been 'cured of various ailment.
Mis Nettie Krown Hotel Port
land, rheumatism so she could not
raise her arm to her bend, cured.
A. I,. Richardson, .'121) Front st.,
Portland, deafness 'JO voara and
ringing noise iu the head, restored.
W. L Cone, llav City, Tillamook
county, Oregon, kidney and liver
Andrew Douglas, So Oak street,
Portland, deafness, cured.
l,oe Mctlrew, M' 0 street, Port
land, ncrvou debility and kidney
D. Ii. Halloway, Newln-rg, Or.,
inllumuiation neck of bladder and
kitlnov troubles, cured.
U'.'llays. '.Ml .1th street, liast
Portland, Or., iiillaiiimation nock of
hladdcr and sciatic rheumatism,
came on crutehe to the Doctor,
cured and left crutches at the Doe
Ii. D. Pierce, Albina.Or , deafnes
I .' year, cured.
J. S. Jennings, Sullwood, Or.,
eczema or skin disease, 11 year,
J. M. Miller, Hubbard, Oregon,
deafness, cured iu S minute.
James Daily, New York hotel,
deafness, M years, cured.
Mrs. II. J." Miller, cor. .1th and
Alder street, Hast Portland, general
debility, cured and gained eight
Mrs. A. C. I.andi. XU.1 West st.,
Scuttle, cured of a scrofulous sore
on leg twenty years ago by Dr.
V. F. Hubbard, superintendent
of the l S. Ilsb commission, Clack,
anuis, Or., moth or liver sjwt over
his iierson, cured.
Thomas Hull', Mockburg, dizzi
ness, kidney and liver complaint,
Dr. Darrin treat all curable
chronic, acute and private diseases,
blood taint, lost or failing man
hood, nervous debility, ell'ect of
errors, or oxeyssos in old or young,
loss of memory, disease caused by
mercury in the improper treatment
of private disease. Olllce 70J
Washington St., Portland, Oregon.
Hours U a. in. to S p. in. daily lix
aiiiinatiou free and confidential;
question blank and circulars sent
gratis to any address. Patient
cured at home.
Any )K.roii having lost two horses
of. tin following description can
learn of tho whercalxiutH of the
same by calling at tho (!u.vr
Cor.NTV NKwollico and paying for
this notice (and one year' subscrip
tion for the paK.r.) One black
saddle horse about 7 year old,
weight about oimd, had bell
on last summer. One bay saddle
horse, weight about ((X) otiud, ha
a very large horse hIioo brand six
inches long and deeply burnt a if
madu with a common horse hIioo,
on left stilly.
Tin: rrn li:n toon tAiielit to retrieve
Tin: IxMiitlfiil swallow-tallisl klt m
wmiitheil the (rat of tljlntf nenww
tin' AtUnlln (Vi-an.
'I nn .irjrann ut imcll la the turkoy,
tulluri' ami carrion cmw n Jelloalc
tbnt they ran soont their (tHl tar a JU
Uho ol forty miles.
Till. tHNiiMnl ot a railway tnln I
only a Httlt' morn than ball tap teluolty
i( the ffolilpa oa-lo, the lll-lit at uhli'h
often attulm to rate of 110 miles an
Or all ltlnt, tho eomlor mount MkIi
tlnt.itlie atno4'hi'rt. llnmlxililt ile
vrll.e tho IHflit of thU lilrtl la the An
ile to Ih at limit 0.000 feet aKive the
leicl it the mm.
Till: Duke uf lloauforl U) aw isa
shin leVeil ui a lraot uf Kre hlch
hail ejiii.imnl aa.l LIUkI each other In
mlilalr, ami imIIIiIIiik U not an Infn
isvurri'nse. Swirr an 1 wUu lly every enr
fnim Kiiifluiul t4 Southern Africa anil to
the Mul no.-in, ami the rustle, unmler
In lllglit of .ir!tiui iveanU' hlrtU U
Vtlll more MirprUInK'.
Till: uay of an encle In the air U one
of ihiMM' thin of whloh SiluiiMin ex
iri.nl hlniki lf lt.MHir.inl, ami there U
..im Uiliivr truly inar.eleu In the niih
motin wtiloli eontrttU the Miythi-llke
mi eji of Hlnic (HViillnr lo iiunt lilnli of
t'liv one ixvnalun a faWon wa ot
serteil to rut a iIiIh rl-lit In tno, with
im-Ii Hlrenlh ami hmm1 ilhl It cut ilon
Iu irey. Swrr haw k ami merlin
hate not Infrequently )een known to
rruih thlMUtfh thlek ilale tflav nlmlow
i. hen In )iuriiltof prey urati'uKl't hints
Til;, ennrmoll apHtlte of the trUnt
pi'Utfiiln (which weihit luit eighty
hiuiiiI) may tmvy siiiunthluK to tin with
It roriUltiti'il (xiwerinf lll);ht,nml In the
itomui'h of one of thoie were lounil ten
Muml of iiiartt, granite, ami Imp fruir
nuniu. swallowiKl iinwl likely to prf
Till: Amerlean paeti(!er plisiu eoin
paMix the whole Atlalillii ofenn. The
M'ihI of It Hlght I appntillniitoly
known, ami It I uhlr to enter l.iHX)
mile In twenty-four hour. ThU, in
ileiit, I MiarM-lou when It I mmui that.
Il)liij ut the rau of nearly sewnly
tille an hour, It laki the hlnl two
.lays ami night to oro.
ST1IANCE FOREION 1M1ACTICCS.
U'iiln a per-uin wlho to leave a
Japanese theater temporarily ho U list
Wlven u m i-luvk. ai In thl ciiiiilry.
The ilixir-keopor take the pi'ron by
the ham! anil sUinp on It the uimp of
I:. rw IKerlanil, it I sniil, they will
par higher wage to a mllkmalil who
ran slnjf to tho eow than lo one who
ran mil. This I ilonn on the principle
that IkiiI treatment of a coir Injuriously
alteclo its milk.
Tilk. form of oath htmllng on tho Mo
haiumeilan comxienre I to make the
Koran rest on the beail while the oath
I uiliuluUteri!. Hut If the Koran U
skillfully held Jut aUoit the head the
form I', not vnlnl .out thooallt not bln.l
Tin: favorite food of the Sandwich
Islander 1 the llesli of the Mexican
halrlew dor. It I (aid to tale llke
uprlutf chicken and I considered u
gn-al dainty. Tliee diiR .ire raU. d In
larye niiinlHirs and fattened fur the
ii urW t.
Al.l otur the lty of lterlln aro what
are callisl "molkerls" or milk stations
In the basoment uf an elegant lihs-k ol
liulhlinz n few cow are Lept. Thee
are well fil and c.irctl for and furnish
(degnut milk fur the patron In the
, Tin. .Slamewi have great reganl for
isld number and Insist on hating nil
(Mil uumlH-r of tt ludow.diHin an 1 rooms
In their holism and temples. There must
bo an odd nuuilwr of steps in the stair ,
and an odd number of feet in the liwlghl
of all xteeple and inlnareU.
AM' tcNcl nausing a dlater at her
launch I regarded by tho Japanese n
doomisl lo H) fortune for herwhule ca
reer. At l)uka latuly a veiutel caUil
while being lauuchi!, setcrol er.inH
Im ing drowmsl. She wa destroytsl by
night with muiili c.ireinuuy.
In I'ari It U not oiwtomary for pa
tlenU to w-ntl la tho nuto-ohamU'r of
great physician, but Inquiry ha i to U
made by letl.im, v. h lull are rarely an
Hitered iiuImM thoy oimiiu fiom miiui
aristocratic uarmr uf the ally. In Home
canes, how ever, monitored tluLev ire
giten out at nix In the morning,
IS IT I', not a house la Maine had a
ne uf glass In It '
I'l n.s i.v.tNlA eUlillHli(Hl the flml
hiMpltul In AmerUu la 17.11.
Ol.ivt.lt Cumiuiil.l.'H Udstead ha
been sold by uuutlou for llfty guinea.
A lit Mi known as the I'nlti d Stale
Hank t.a tuilahllshisl at t'hlladc lphtii
In 17'Jl, together v.'ith the National
mint, which Issnisl IU llrst eoin In Uv:.
Tin: llrwt Ixnil n any kind puhlisluHt
In Philadelphia wa Atklu' Almanauk
forlheeur Irtsd. It wa an uupagial
pamphlet of twenty ago, only two
coileof w'hlnh aro now kuotvn to exist,
each being worth muro thun It welgli'
In iwtmly-dnllar nolo.
srotten away In ono of tint rosjin-. at
the Capitol In .Montieller, Vt-, are the
remain of tho llrst printing pre
brought to thl csiuntry. t'jhJii It was
prliitul tho friM'inan' oath for Ma
uhuetu, the llrst thing printed in
Ilrltish North America.
A iii:si:m of Ktohimind, Va., has
come Into powMluu of a revolutionary
relic in the shape of (ienerul Daniel
Morgan's inoH-iest, which is eatluiaUd
is being uuu buwlroil aiwl twwnty-Htw
1 am old. Tho rhett U mado ul ulno,
lieavlly rlblHsl Willi IfOlb ami I lwl
by an uiu-ilfu yilewu 1
Ir I Mild that Ml letter, what to
marry Sir Charle Hall, will rtwlvi'
from her father a dowery worth S&0i),(W0
Mm. I'hask I.ii.i: la full dm
w-ear the diamond divoration, "til
lliislo del l.llH'rtador," gllea her by
Aw t oil In an oWttre port of Toxai.
near llempslead, live ItlltalH'th Ney, a
gmnd-nli.HMf the famou Marshal Nov.
of Trance. She 1 both pretty and tal
ent. I ami a snilptri-ss by pni(elun.
Ma. IIi:.miv Wtiin lli.reiiKii ha
much ImpriiMsl In health uf late. At a :
nwni onurvn mkm.vi no pourint tno ua
i. i .i t i
witil uur ouiiinie gravi', ami reccniHi
IKflS V tlltf.Il I III .1 tlllli. Kit ..,...1 (, I ,1 I. 111.
t in: wife of Srxaker Hel lilevrilil
a a Hrfiit tyio of the New llnglaud
matron. "She ha a face, that lieann
with lutidllgence and imilherly iweet
ue." Although not very fond of so
ciety, she strictly obHerven her enacting
Mns. Wii.i.iau IC. Vanii:iiiiu.t own
a magninceut Harl mktace which be
longed lo the lonpnos Kugenle and 1
Niipposisl to ho worth 8400,000. It I n
single row of alwut forty Inches, which
she throw around and around her iicak
until it (all In siiivesslte row to her
waist. The average necklace 1 about
Mil. Cm:vki.mi U epclally fond uf
gem, and has a large colliH'tlon. The
unmounted stone are systematically
arruugisl in small Inlaid cabinet, care
fully numbered, and the owner ha u
memorandum In which thu time and the
place of purchase, a well a the value
of each, are rivordist. Her collection l
now nald to be worth oter ?AO,000.
Mil. lll.tIM: lack the personal mag
netism which her husband ha In such a
striking degree, and iIimm not know how
1. 1 make her callers alway at home. Tim
suit iH.arlng which shu ha at lime
ennes largely from dltlldenco and from
the unfatorahle criticism which she
has m-cltcd. She i a woman of strong
domestic tastes, and she ha a wonder
ful talent fur making "the homo bean
Mn. taiOAS liore away a a souvenir
of her tlsti to Whlttlcr a volume of hi
p.Hm with tbo following disllcatort
W'livt shall I say In tier lu tiy Hip M!
Of lays) laiffuti waIUmI In lime sn.t prl.lc
W'biMir tsllli uu.1 fwirui?o sstc n ilistMe imwrr
'rvibts slnift srm In l'rl.uis ilsiUcl l.o ir'
Sal o Hint hvt u lino Willi Ills shall alsrajr . .Uu I
IliinotvU allku Ihrutmtiaiil a ncultlul luii.L
JOll II. W'lllTTUU.
.Muosbuiy, Max., H(il, If, 1sj)
TOLO IN FIGUHES.
0. M.v une person In S, 000 die of old
Tin. uu are 10,000 night watchmen In
the I'nltisl Suites bisde night iol!rc
I'tu.sr unsllclue hate m.1 to tin
ltrltli.il l.oterniueut, during the present
)ear, SI, I (Kl, oak) hi the shao of duties
SlMV year ago the aggregate wealth
of the I'liilisl State was less than
I.ihw.ooo.ino: at present It i cMlmattsl
ll s-,-, HI.II,hl,UIMI.
Tin: wing of a lly are usistwlth great
iUlckne and probably sU hundrid
strokes aro madu per sis'ond This
would carry the lly altout twenty lite
feet, hut a set en-fiild tclocllycau easllj
be attained, making one humlrisl and
wivenly-Hvo fett per aocond, so tha
under curtain olrouiustauce it .-.in out
atrip a rate homo.
1. n our paste, the milt of a cslllsli, or
liven In water In which tegctahh
have been Infnsed the mlcroscep" dii
coter nulmalcull mi small that mililon
ot them would not iual the site of a
grain of wheat. And yet nature, with
a singular prodigality, has suppllist
many of these with organs a iHimpleto
as those of a whale or an elephant.
Tin: thread of the silk worm I so
nuiall that an average of forty. two of
of them aro Iwiitoil together to form a
thread of common sewing silk: that of
tho itplder I many dlumnler smaller.
Two dram uf spider web by weight
uol.1.1 ! slr.,l..,-l l.lli.n slrali.lillllin
roach from laindun, Kuglund, Ui llin
burgh, Scotland, a distance of Oter too
l'l.vriscti anil sllter can each In
drawn Into wire many time smaller
than a human hair. The former metal
ha been drawn Into wire no lino that
Iwcuty-Mctcu of them twisted together
coul 1 have been Inserted Into the hollow
nt a hair; that Is, If a human being or
a human-made machine could be found
iu I nil to and precise enough fur suuli n
An Kgyptlaa wiytbe rwnintly un
eartlnnl Is exhibited among the antiqu!
He In the private museum of I'llnders
I'etrle In loulun. The shaft of the In
strument wood, supporting a row of
Hint saws, which are securely cemented
Two Jior.Mis of the prehUtorlc period
have been discovert! on the Istliiiius of
Corinth by Mr. I'. Kastnmieiuw. who
think thny aro tho tomb of Msyphu
and NeleiiM, inenlluni! by tlio traveler
rausanlas when denirlblng tbo country
stiliji)t to the rule of that town.
Tin: anthorltleM of tho louvrc nre
talking of but lug In n collection of
Carthagenlan anthulllu. The colli--Hon
Include llfteen head Of god and
Itiimaa Kinm'ror, thirty (Ireek mid
l.utln Insorlptloii and llftytwo pillar !
...IU .1. 11 ill. I lit
whiimk nui.vi i
.Mil. W. J.
Srn.l.tiAN warn oolloct-
ors nf (Ireek vase that a (Ireek dealer
In anthiultlea U buying up the vaso
that havo been found In Italy, at Nula,
and other site uf (inueodlallan cities.
Ilo Infer Unit they will bo sold frum
Athtni us tho prod uot uf oxoavatlou la
AVhal din' "free coinage" mean?
It moans bridle and sinmlv this:
Any owner of sflver or gold iiullton
may dcKiit the same in any mint
of tile I'lilted Slates, to lie formed
in!o tanilard dollars, or bars, Ac
ini iH'iiefit and that without a
chitrgr, except that a dctoit of lei-
value than M(X), or nietal too base
for coining may be refused. Those
' are the exact words of the law, and
theV mean that for every eighty-two
ami one-half cent worth of silver
bullion the owner thereof can receive
therefor a stiiuicd coin, known as
. our rllv
or dollar. In other word it
meaiiH that lb amount of ilnr
which would cell iu the
market for fHXX), the t'nitcd St.,le j
j will coin into Silver dollars, With. nit
j oharce. and eivo the owner l" I hoi
bullion about flIKU, in
The eoplo of Ariioua are not iu
a niiMsl to teniorio with havage;.
A bill was tcccutly introduced ir
the legislature of that lenilory de
clining the Indians who loft the
San Carlo agency with arms in
their HscHion outlaw, and olfer
ing a reward of $200 for each Indian
killed, upon whom, at the coroner'
impiest, arniH should bo found. If
the government cannot diiarin those
savages, or neglect to do no. and
withdraw it troops, a il h.t done
from tho military imst in Southern
Aritoua, there is but one thing left
for settler to do, and Unit is to.b
feiid themselves. It dpiioar. more
over, from the spirit boWn by the
introdiietion of thi bill, that they
are in exactly the light tcuiier to
do thi. and prose to cliooe their
If you ham mat up jour mind lo tux
llisHl's.lartaisiillUduiiul he Imlurrd Iu like
uii) other. Ibssl's Harsapaillla Is a -culUr
uicttlclnc, t.'iiliiK, by Irluu of In rulUr
rvuitliutluu, presirthiii, and preparation,
curatlto isiwrr iUilur to any other ankle.
A lleilnn lady who knew what tliu wantrJ,
aud whuio riauiplii I wuithy lmlUlluu, tell
her cipvilriico Uluju
"In one ileicwhrrn I went to buy llocl'i
BauaiurllU tha elnrk tiled tu Induce luo buy
Ibclrownliiitea.lid llisxl'ij hiituldinatliFlr'i
wuuld Uit limcni tint I tulgli! lain It uu ten
dJ) V trial, llul If 1 did uot like ll I need uu
jay anyUilnr, ete. Hut he cuuld net picvalt
nil ma to oLuie. I told htm I knew what
llissl'sHarsspaiUUvii. I lud taken II, w
iOifltil with ll, and did not wuit any uthcr.
Ttirn I ls-fju taking Hood's HaruparltU
1 u frrllng real lulirrahle, surfcilng
a peat Oral Willi d)epU, and to weak
that at tln.es I rould hardly stand. I luukrd,
and had fur tnimi lime, llko a p.-mm in rm
umptlou. Ilissl's rlarsavillla did mu so
murh giMHtlhat Iwiimlcrat iiiyteltsuns llmo,
and my friends frr.uenlly tpeak of ll." Mil,
bl.i-i A. dull', il Tirucc HUitl, IWitou.
(loldliy stlilru((lil, Hi ill lor S. I'tsl.l uuly
W 0.1, IIIMIII A CO , AsiO.esllc, UiimII, Msm.
100 Doaoo Ono Dollur
Nolieo is lieieliy (ivmi Hint in
piilKiiatne of an order of the County
I ('mill nf (be Hindi nf Oli'i.nll fill-
(, , (.,.. ,v ,ll(e ,,,,,1 ,.,l d
I ,, , ,, .
j u tin. -'nil day of March A D. IMIII,
HI till) IllllttCr (if HlO entail) Of I. .
. A ill lieu, uiiccasiMi, i no ii iiuiJi
jhiguod iiiliniiiistiator do boni
I lion of h ii i il I'Htnto, will no H iluiilay,
1 the K-ilh day of Apiil, IS'.H, ut '.'
o cliM'U i. ui., at ll. e com i Iiiiiimi
door in the town of Canyon Cilv.
(mat County, .Slate of Oicgon, !)'. r
for hdIu and sull at public auclluii lo
I the liiglinxt hiildor, for i-unIi inlniiid,
all the lolliiwing leal propeit.v ol
said oslate, the hiiiiio beinx Hitimte
ill Hie town of .1 til 1 1 1 Day, (Irani
I County, Oiegnn, to wit: A portion
' ol i ho N IC t of NW1 of Section lill,
!Tp l.'l, S It .11, 1:. W. M., mid
I boiiinli'il an follow; C'oiiiiiioiiciii at
I lliu foulli eiot corner of the lot now
! owned hy Y. II. Joliiisou in hhM
John Day city mi l iii.iniiif; tlieuce
hoiilh to the Mouth lino of Kind Nl')
,nf NV of Section 'JO.Tp III, H it ill
I.. . .M , tlieiico wiHit (o tliu wimt
lino of snid NHJ NV of u.iid Mm
linn '.'Ii, tlieiico inuili on miid line lo
a point due wont of Hie north-went
cornvr nf aid W. II. .IoIiiihoii'm Hiiid
lot; thiiiico ciihI (o the lioitli worn
coinor of aaiil W. II . .lohimon'i lot,
tlieiire south to tho koulh went cor
uorof Hint W, II. JoIiiikoii's lot: and
tlieiico east to lite place of hci'iiiniiif,',
totfelhur with nM nnd Hiui'iilnr H.n
tuioinoiilH herediUimonts nnd anniir.
tonmiruH IImtiiU liiioiiKiiiuc r appor
I lllllltn,. III..1 nil III., ,,,.1,1 lill., ,wl
. !,""' v ..IV"'! ......
. iutoroHt thai snid iIcciuhhI Imd ut
' hi iloutli, aiul that tiiii.l estnto now
1 has therein or thereto.
, Dated thi 17th day of Mm eh,
1SUI. Ii. F. ALDlll'JJl,
Aduiiuitratoi do bout non of the
etatu of 15. V. Aldi it h, ducoabed.
ka4 lost her been and couldn't
to Hud them." So Um olanurr
Myt, n.l II roe ni to.tla
Uioiu slons ami tlioT'lcoroo .
Utnf thsir Ulll Istilndltlictn-
iur 1 iru of lost tivrv.-'
.ist rour health rou r
kir tht n?no.' It
of iu own nivmt
llisjr norcr toUt.
ttiain ro the war ts
eriru (he Tlctlnii bu
rave. I'ntU Vrrjr
tnawM-ogcu to bo
nilraculout, hut now wii.. .
lo IvslUo tlist Ilia OIm-sso U Ih4 .
llr, I'len-o's Ooldcii Xlollual DUrn
eurs It If taken Iu Hunt and (In
trlsl. Tills worhl-rtnownisl run
not wsko now liinr. hut It v
dlsnasis ones to a hmlthy slat
inennl Ulu failed. It ll tin) u.
tame, or trtumtli rvilinrr, sJtci
Mood - cIcaiiHr, und riutrltlro,
l.ulliler known In mclli-ul irlen
lJljp.1, "lJter OMnplalnt" mid
of lnaUtlon, ll U an untv '
nit. n Am:1 cata in
turtsi the wont nu, no
to csiuU, b
mug uojius' ,
Cnnyon City, 0
.1. f. Chambers,
Thi H.Hitiiiiniiit hus i
(iiciic(l, anil will (uiuitfr.
tuig at living nies.
A pec in I finituro uljVil
11 that no Chiueie cOokiari
in the kitchen. (life i A
ii trial. M '
Canyon Citv . ' -
iLuuU ur MLui iii J iu urlir.
All Wurk Wurruutod
been. rtutH'nod lo i
and now, a,v
keeps not hi
a. i. i
Prop Travohng i.
plcanaut ami -1
which to stop, .