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THURSDAY... .JAN. 12, 1888
I A FATAL MISTAKE.
p Thic Cleveland (Ohio) Press,
of February 23d, 1883, pub
lished an account of a fatal
surgical operation which caused
a great commotion among rned-
ical men throughout the whole
country, Dr. Thayer, the most
eminent surgeon in Cleveland,
pronouncing it scandalous. It
appears that a Mrs. King had
been suffering for many years,
from some disease of the stom
ach, which had resisted the
treatment of all the physicians
in attendance. The disease
commenced with a slijrht de
rangement of the digestion,
with a poor appetite, followed
by a peculiar indescribable dis
tress in the stomach, a feeling
' that has been descriWd as a
faint "all gone" sensation, a
sticky slime collecting about
the teeth, causing a disagree
able taste. This sensation was
not removed by food, but, on
the contrary, it was increased.
After a while the hands and
feet became cold and sticky
a cold inspiration. There
was a constant tired and lan
guid feeling. Then followed a
dreadful nervousness, with
gloomy foreliodings. Finally
the patient was unable to re
tain any food whatever, and
there was constant pain in the
abdomen. All prescribed rem
edies failing to give relief, a
consultation was held, when it
was decided that the patient
had a cancer in the stomach,
and in order to save the patient's
life an operation was justifi
able. Accordingly, on the 2 2d
of February, 1883, the opera
tion was performed by Dr.
Vance in the presence of Dr.
Tuckerman, Dr. Ferrier, Dr.
Arms, Dr. Gordon, Dr. Capner,
and Dr. Hal li well of the Police
Board. The operation consist
ed in laying open the cavity
of the abdomen and exjosiiig
the stomach and lnvels. When
this had been done an examin
ation of the organs was made,
but to the horror and dismay
of the doctors there was no
cancer to bey found. The pa
tient did not have a cancer.
When too late the medical men
discovered that they had made
a terrible mistake ; but they
sewed the parts together and
dressed the wound that they
had made, but the joor woman
sank from exhaustion and died
in a few hours. How sad it
must be for the husband of this
poor woman to know that his
wife died from the effects of a
surgical of? rat ion that ought
never to have been jx-rformed.
If this woman had taken the
proper remedy for Dyspepsia
and Nervous Prostration (for
this was what the disease really
was-), she would have Uen liv
ing to-day. Shaker Extract of
Hoots, or Seioel's Curative
Sykfp, a remedy made ex
pressly for Dyspepsia or Indi
gestion, has rest r. d m.-my such
cases to periVet health :utT all
other kinds of tii'ttn:-;.r. have
failed. The eviilcmo ot its
efficacy in en ring tlii- c!as of
cases is too vthi:ni.ous to be
published here; Ixit those who
read the published evidt-nre in
favor of thii dysp-ptie ivmedy
do not question ii- iv.nvinring
nature, and thy article has an
1 . T.-lMvVc Hide.
More Canneries for Alaska.
San Fbascisco, Jan. 6. The
Northern Packing Company incor
porated yesterday. It proposes to
catch and pack salmon at Kenai.
Cook's Inlet, Alaska.
Another company of the same
character styles itself the Xushagak
Cannery Company, and proposes to j
engage in salmon fishing and pack-:
ing at Nushagak, Bristol bay, Alas-'
ka, with $100,000 capital Block.
The much talked of dry dock is
about to materialize. It will start 1
with a $50,000 capitol, and will oc
cupy blocks 28 and 20, of Hastings
first addition on theTront west of .
the business part of town. YYest-
empire seems to be taking its way.
-lue x. U. U. X . ball at linker Citv, !
Tuesday night, was an immense affair,
there being about 300 numbers sold and I
about 1500 people in attendance. Thoxe j
who attended from Union speak in high
terms of the treatment received at the
hands of their brother Odd Fellows.
Baker City Democrat : The grocery
house of Messrs. Lawrence & Shockley
made an assignment laat Thursday for
the benefit of their creditors, mostly of
Portland. Liabilities. $1500; uets,
A DIVIDED GRAND JURY.
A Split In Portland Over Incompetent
Fobtxaxd, Or. January 5. A sen
sational scene occurred to-day in
the state circuit court when the
grand jury came in to make their
final report. The foreman present
ed the report, but five jurors de
clined to approve the document.
The prosecuting attorney stated to
the court that the grand jury had
completed its labors, whereupon
Judge Stearns discharged theni.
Several jurors declined to be dis
charged, stating they did not en
dorse the foreman's report, which
had been filed; besides they had not
concluded their labors. The court,
bowever, persisted in discharging
the jury. A very lively scene fol
lowed, the live members urgently
insisted upon being heard. It is
claimed that indictments were found
against Chief of Police Punish and
other members of the police depart
ment for bribery, but the district
attorney had refused to draw up
the proper papers when requested
to do so; also, that when Judge
Steams' attention was called tJthe
matter in an official way ly grand
jurors, the court treated the affair
with indifference and coolness.
The report of the foreman severe
ly censures the police department
for want of prompter vigilance, and
charges its members with general
inefficiency in suppression of all
kinds of vices. It also calls atten
tion to I he frequency of murders
and other bold crimes, and says
none of the perpetrators have been
detected or brought to punishment, i
The report assertsthat but little '
effort Is niado t supiess gambling, j
which is carried on hen? openly and
with impunity. Six of tho grand :
jurors nre severe in their denunci.i- !
tions of Prosecuting Attorney McGinn i
for refusing to draw bills of indict-!
ment. as is his serious dutv. The j
whole matter occasions much public
comment, ami more aevelopments
in official chicanery are expected
STOCK YAH IIM.
To Smash the Portland Iteef Uinir.
The absence of stockyards at
Portland is a serious obstacle to the
farmer. A few wholesale butchers
with plenty of capital have iixd the j
price they will pay for . beeves, and i
iftheproduerwillnot accept itheJHE pAJENT EXPANSION
may go to Jericho with theuj, as he
cannot sell to retail butchers, be
cause they dare not buy. If the re
tail butcher buys a few head of beef
from the producer direct, the Oregon
City Courier, that must have means
of knowing, says, he is informed by j
the wholesale beef ring that if be
does so again he cannot buy any
more from them. As he is finan
cially unable to buy bunch grass
cattle by the carload iu the winter
time, when fat cattle are scarce in j
the Willamette valley, he submits to !
the tyranny of capital. The beef
ring fixes the price the retailer
must pay bo hisrh that he can
not make over a bare living even
when charging consumers eighteen
cents a pound for porterhouse steak
and thirteen cents for roast, as was j
the case last winter. The citizens
of Portland are systematically
robbed by the beef monopoly and
as long as there is not a stockyard
to compete with it so long the ring
will rob tho farmer ami rob the
eater of meat.
It is stated on good authority,
that Jim 1 1 ill, of the Manitoba svs-!
the construction of that roiil from '
Helena to Fuget Sound as fast as
men and money can do the work
It is also reported that the route
probably to bo taken is via Sprague
and by a low pass in the Cascades j
to Seattle or some other point near j
there. The X. P. have put parties
of engineers in the field with the ol- j
ject of gaining posessinn of eligible t
i surveyors, thus striving to obstruct !
i or totally disable the Manitoba road, j
The same was tried in endeavoring
to prevent Hill building into!
Helena, but without success. Fust!
in tnur niGUUTOR
Are You Bilious ?
The Regulator Hrrrr f.iil In rurr. I n -t
cheerfully reenmmend it lo all who snrt.-r fr.-ia
Hilious Attack or any Iimsc ciuh-I b a
amnsed Mate of the I.iver
Kansas CiT. M.. w. K BF.RXARH
Do You Want Good Digestion ?
Infferrd intnuw'y with FullJitnmrirlt.Hrfl
mrhr.rtc A neighbor, Kh kail taken simmont
I n rr Regulator, t,M me it v a xur, t:r tvr m9
l'nr,V a I Wf ro.. It inthrlK-nt wr,rh
' Zrrr ,nok (?' Jitwi.
D You Suffer from Constipation ?
., ,rt u.rrK r time i wnt uk trrinq ill 'I
r ts;;onyor hiam wAknfr. ChiCf-jU!.tice o
If"--. 1 nave used Simmons Liver Recubtnr f.w
Contipation of my Bowel., caused by a temporary
lierangement of the Uver. fur ,he W three oV
?'ur years, and alway trith derided benefit "
Have You Malaria ?
T havt had experience with Simmons li, t r Keg.
Tator Miner 186.,, and regard it at the aretet
tnedMne .f the Mme, dUru? fen'
line f itatnrinl region. So good a niedi
?: detervtM untverx,,l commendation.
r s - e I,EV'- M B- W'TO.V.
lor. iix Southern BupttMt Theological Seminary.
Safer and Better than Calomel !
I ham been subject to severe spells of Congrsti .n
f th Liver, and have been in the habit of lakin.
irom 15 to socrain o( calomel, which ycneraliy lai-1
me up lor three or f mr daM. Lately I h.,ve bern
lief Titht mff iuterrMptimt t I-hmIhc,
iMiuminint, Oliiw. j Ht'liO
U- B','n Co.. Philadelphia. Pa.
A Little Superstition!. j
Wife (to husband) There were J
two hats I like, one for $13 and one j
Husband Which did you finally
Wife The f 18 one. I'm a little
superstitious of the number thirteen.
New York Sun.
VE HAVE KF.CEIVED A I I LI.
T f line of inter Dres Good:
Ladies' Argyle Suiting
" Jersey Cloth.
Kid Gloves. Etc.
German. Germantown and Sax
Marking Silk jnd Cotton, Etc.
Alo. a full stock of Men' ami I toy a
Clothing and Overcoats.
mul n complete stock of
Christmas and New Year's Presents!
BOOS & Co.
REAL ESTATE, j
i kksons having iam ni!
j lm ft lli!
a ,pnl Fnt ite l.timm-HK. We want Farm
! unit IjihJ suitahle for immigrant.
; boos & co.
Forat Grove, (.Oregon.
of 111 !
Simple. Cheap and Durable !
mam f.v i t i:i:i r.v j
A. D. BRUNDACE & CO.,
lout f 4i nth ill Stt-fft. j
I'lMiTI.ANh, - . oUF.fJON. I
S-ile Afent f.,r Wa.liiiitoii Comity.
Addrenn onlurs to IIill-.lH.rr 1'ostotVice.
ill 7 :iiu
I S V.CIIIIM'I! '
S W.COKNI i:
rirt nml Taylor Street,
U'Ofril Al. v.
"Artistic Work a Specialty.!
luU. ( raion anal tVlrrt'lor At rqi
himi r-Hiiiilile rat f
Over 6.000.000 PEOPLE USE
mr sflTBittMt tobth
in tn won a.
D M. F1RYkC0 S
II.. mm rrtn
will b mailad
i. last mi ...mi'.
out urtioruu it.
Invaluable to all.
k very wm uini
D. Ml. FERRY wk-CO.,Detroit,Mictl.
1A f TA W W I V
, Caveat, ami Trade M;i ks iiiuel, an 1 all
I'ATKNT lU SlNlSSi-mWcl f.,r M I
1KA I K FKF.S.
ofi: offw i: is tipi'osi tf. r. s j
FA1KNT tHH'K. We have m.
aiem-iea. nil 1-iiMtiei-i direet. hence ran !
I trammel I'atciit biiHinrss jti le.-n time ami ;
la LLSS COST than thoe ri-nmti- from!
i W'ahII'XoToN .
Semi m.Klel. drawing', or jilmt. with !e- '
; icriptioii. W" advise if t:i entable or not.
I free of charge. hir fee im. due till pritent
; in secured.
A iMMik. "How to Otitain Fatents."" with!
reference to aetnal elients h yonr Htate.
' ronnty. r town, sent free. Address
A. MV A.
Opposite l'afent Office. Washington. I. C.
AT Til K
11 to 500 Mile the Shortest!
158 to 48 Hours the Quickest!
CHICAGO, BOSTON, NEW YORK,
Jad -AT 1 Points Xlast.
Bates $8.30 to $10.25 the Cheapest to
-AJNTXD OTHBH. rOXKTTS.
Pullman Palace and Emigrant Sleeping: Cars Hauled on
Express Trains Exclusively Without Change.
I-If yon are going Kant write' for Fntca, Mai", Time Table. On idea, ami Fill
Information, FKEE OF CHARGE.
General Agent, No. 1 Washington Street, Portland, Oregon,
a s If
FOR SAIjK !
DESIItAKLK PROPERTY IX 1UI.I.M
Itoro, ooiisint i n of
Houses and Lots !
J-4?"Trnis made party to I'lm-lin-.
For farther information. inquire, of the
L. m. msm:y.
HilUIoro, May 1. 1HH7. ml!Mf
Here I Am ?
Ilillsboro.Or. Will do
a Commission busi
ness and pay Cash
L. L WILLIAMS. .
April 1st. Ifl-s;
D. J. PORTER,
n n n fm-l n rr.
I for alt rln
W H AS Nt .MT'F.UIOi:
iiiwh of work and in all kind
of Hoil. I jiv draft and itarablo. For par
ticular, nddress me, or rail and sre I he
D. J. PORTER.
laston. r., March 1" lSs". iii.'l tf
Kt'PKBT I. WiUKTV.B.
rnni'in I VinnCTPD Drnne I
" " IS MUUUI Lll, I lUp
Main Street. - HILLSBORO
And Pork t !
Kfpt constantly cm hnnd. ; i
Ilirllat Wrtet prlrr JKli.I
iees, Mutton. Veal and Ho
Fair Jiealing to All !
Nnturnrtlon Unit rn ii t iil
Please Give us a T.'ial
Sept. 8, ltW?.
Pleawe Pnj I'p.
ALL PEILSONS KNtlWINO
V. aelvM to m indebted to me a r- TexrevX-
rU vkt BuuiB iorwaru aiui maai.
HdUboro, Or.. Not 11, 18S6. ai-t
KEEFS CONSTANTLY OX HANI)
n well selected Stock of
j CASHMERES !
l Afiirc noccc rnnnc
LNUILO UIIL.OO UUUUtl
I I LL STOCK OF
loots and Shoes 7
J-(f"Ilii;heKt I'rici p.-iut tor
Call and examine Stork, l'ricea, nnd ae j
if you eanuol ax well at home a in j
Contractor nnd Ihiild.-rs uonl.l l.t well to
examine mv lnw atin k of Al Shimjlea le
ftre chwiiiv; c.ntrain with other parties.
Ke."ieclf all y.
Cileiicoe, Or. Nov.tiS, ISM'.. nlH ly
Call an d Sec
And c.-t your money's worth of
i Drugs, Medicines,
Toilet Articles. Envelopes
and Paper, Musical Mer
chandise, and everything usually
kept in a Firxt-Clatu 'Conntry Drn. Fok I
'PJrESGRIPTIONS and FORMULAS
Ciirefnlly'conjioiiiided nt all hour.
G q. BAILEY,
' Whoirsale and Ib tiil Ih-aler in
PLftSTER AND CEMENT.
No. 55 N. Second Street.
Portland, - Orecon.
nniTCr ln'I "ix cents for pnetage,
A Y LXm.ni receive f r, a eoatly bo
of goods which will help all,
of either tox. to more money right away
than Raytbinjr elae in thi world. Fort tinea
await the- worker absolutely aara. At ohm
addraaa rr k. Co., Aanaata, Main.
Notice to the Public.
I now have my Nev
In operation, ami am mating a
very superior grade of Flour.
The public is invited to give
the New Process Flour u trial.
"Will keep constantly on hand
a full line of Flour, Urdu, etc.
Exchange business done Jwith
A Stock of Buckwheat ajkI
Milling f)rtts. lligheHt market
Main Street, Ix-t L'd and '.id
R. WAGGENER. Proprietor.
TIIF T.UII.K W II.I. tl CSTAN'Tf.V HP Kt'P-
lllr.l fii the beat tv uinrk.t .n-rH. n.l
no pilm c-r n, n- will lie rr I In utrlvliit; l-r
llie ruiiiti-rt l ciiHta.
Fveelleitt A -oiuiiiod:iliili and I'opiilar
LARGE SAMPLE ROOMi
For the Accommodation of
To and from the limine
POMMCRriAl UHTCl I
JOM 1:IKV. . . i'riri4r
Good Board and Lodging
At KrusoimMi' I lijirtr.
F I ItST-l'I.ANS l I V 1-1 II V
Connected with the Himimm
1-SfFre Hack to and from tin Hotel.
Six Bucks for Sale.
ONK YKli I1I.IIS AMI .t I. VMItS
) all lout,' wiwili d. uraded Cotawuld mi
I-ireMter. They aiuetl rirnt nnd w-rimil
premiums in their different ctiwen; nl40.
HUeeiMitHkea for the lie.t five oti-wMleU
lambH. nt the County Fair.
W. H ALM lilts. Si..
Conn 1 1 n. Washington "o., Oregon
AfflMHTF.IW, VtM'ALISTS. I' t' It Lit'
. sjieakers and the Frofenaiona j-ier-ally
retoHiiiuend SANTA AltlF. as the l.t
of iill medicine, for iliseimes of t he THIM AT
CHKST, LI XliS.
BEWARl; OF IMITATION'S.
He that oar trade mark. KANT A AIUK,
is mi every latttle. Natistiictioii guaranteed
tr money refunded, by all llrnijiKt.
'MAKE X0 MISTAKF.
Bv diHin-llintj the KvinotoniH a-t often ou'-i
t taken for Consumption. SANTA AIUI. tin i
I brought KladiiesM tl, ,nlXy A htNisehol-rV ank k;
'by iiromptly breaking up tlw Coiiyh mull ,
' Cold that too often tlevelopa into tha fatdl: i
i diHeane will yet .iv I teMiiutiulH from an nm-
(timely Riave. Yon make no miMtaUa In .
keeping a Ix.ttle wf thi pleasant remedy.' -i
j alwuv in the hone.
.M il; remoea lad t.-mtea and anpleaaant t
l.reath. reanltin) f rom Catarrh.. Kaay and. i
pleasant to dm. f ollow direct tona and a f
t'lire i warranted by all drop ftHta. 1 tier 1
t'lire i warranted try all drop zriHta. 1 per 1
ho: fcl.lObr mail. Hend for circular to. !
AltlFl'INE 'MEDICAL COMPANY, Oro- ;
ville, Cal. Aak for
MIXTA ABIE AXI f 'ATRq TKE.
For ante try all Druggta.
The Original Ahietine Oini oient im ily
pnt an in larK two-ouoee tin tioxea, and ia
an ariaointe cure fear efct aorea. burn a,
woanda, chapped hand, ami all ak in eruptions-
Will poaitivey earn all kind of
pile S eta per bo 30 eta- by m,v.iL Ask
for the Ahietine Oiataaent
Hold by all Druginta.
r.jwuniwiiHi i rA i
J - I -w.S I
' KMX i mm
' ! 1
( U AKAXIKKD A POSITIVE CFHE I U
1 1 for ('atari h, Fold iu the lit" ul, Hay I il
Fever, ltoae fold. Catarrhal Deaf-jeaa and , M
j latline:, llrddlsj..
Wall l'jM r, Cnrtnlnn,
; I'icl ii rirlure Framrii,
: IiIum, Hn.ly Carriage)
And thing that yon want, too numerous to
mention, nt POKTLAND PttlCEK.
AIo, a f leiu rnl Aaaortuient of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Ja a Specialty of thin honfte, and I bay
ooi.ttHiitly oii baud all that can h cleaired
n ihia line. Al Agent 'or tb
Give me a trial, and tie convinced that I
meuii tiUHineH and uimiii a n'eat reduction
I TTTTjlTj T T" A IJT Ti"
JJI V HlKj X 13 J-rtlJ Jjilj
T W A A..-!
L. A. JOBE,
i M I flC
I H AlI O.
Att luted to promptly.
lUmemUr the !l arc MAIN' KI'UEET
opiioMite the Turtlutill Hotel.
IIitllHro, )r.. January 1. 1;, tf
Zr 1llh Kliorlci :
0 IlonrM An Time!
A-ornmoU.tiona trnanrmaael for Comfort
mid Safejrl Foiex 'loid Freinhta via
Ynj(Viien aiui the Oregon Devehi-
luent I o nr)nillHhlIN Mtirn lkrm
Unnliy t.ny oilier route -iHif-ll
nil ooiiiln in the
WillnioHte Valley A
Han FraniM'o '.
DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS
Fieept Sunday... .
Ieuve 'aqnina . .
i Arrive tVirvalliit .
! Arrive Allmnv
.11:10 " I
lM P. M. !
l'rj P. M
U M P. M
Oreiron ami t'aliforniit train connect at
Albitnv and Corvullw
1'arc between Corvllm. Albany and Han
Fr;ieieo K;ul and Cabin, flt.UO; Hail
I inu.1 .Stei-raue, '.UM.
r"' 4'HAS. r. 114 Mil It.
Act. O. F. A P. At..
W.M. AL ;iov.
Oregon Development Co.
FiMt SteniuiJ.'t Line Ix twei-n Yaquina
and Kan Fianeia. iiiiiertinz at )auina
with the t in in of th I trefoil Fucitld Kail
! km li So ia i i:h.
! fltllM MAN ll(lril(i:
I h. in Oerqon Weduvatlay, June '."
Willamette Valley. . .'I'lleaJay, Jaly f
i:iitern On-uon Monday, " n
Willamette Valley Hnndav. " 17
F.aMtem Oregon Satnrduv, " ?A
Willamette Valley ... " " M
F.aalem On t'on W'ednertday, July
I Willamette Valley.... liieH.lay, " 1'J
j F.aalrii Oregon ' " "
I Willamette Vallev Hmiday, U
', FaU-rn On enii Friday. " -
i Willamette Vallev. . " ' Au. 5
The Coiep.'iiiy ii'w i vm I lie right to rhan(j
ateumerH or H.uliuy datea.
h. It. TOHY, fJ. n. F. A P. AKent,
I ;mt Montftmnery Ht.,
i a'.'l-tf Han Frniu '.H.-o, t;al.
TIM Bl'YKKM' Gt lDK la
laaura Krpt.Ml Hark
ymw. Mir 31 PC-i
vkolf Plrtare Uallrry.
dtrert tt emmtmmerM mm nil -de for
prrMaU mr raMjr turn. Telia hMr
order, aiMl irtvcs eaact cm mt every.
htnaj yaw , . rlk, ww, mw
Hmrr turn with. Tltrae IMVALt ABLK
UOOKH e wta.la iMfhrwaatten cleawew
froiM (he market mt in wr!4. We
will tmrnU m copy KIIKK tm My !
ctreaa en receipt mt lOeta. m mrtrmf
ripraae mt MtalllMa. tjri hear fre
MONTGOMERY WARD A CO.
7 4k ft9 Vttiwk A rrmmr, C'hlceae. 111.
Send 10 centa poatAKe, and
we will mail yon raaa a
royal, valnahle, aample Ikix
of l'ikmU that will mt you
in tlie way of makiuu Mom
"c" '. thm elae in Aruer-
,CM- '"'tn aexea or an ittte can live a noma
"na w"rlt ,n !"r tin e, or mi tne time,
Capital not reqnired. We will atart yon.
OptaI not reqnired. We will a
Inimenae pay an re for thoaa who
Kxrwaoa A Co., Portland,
no atart at
This eaeev la heat mm nlm at the
ESTIMATES KlSwwlalS HIE
A mim a. l
I - m r
SICK, LAUGH AMI WELL
JY. arniui'ed U iil iich, with all mcN
ary OuthuildinH, lK iiriii Fruit. Treen, inul
Kii IrfitM, Nituatt U rt itr he new Hriek Hlock
in HiIIhIk.io, for w ile m tlfjr,;!. Hi tho
eye wide ojm ii Hint uteji cHrrfiilly.
8ACKi:s wi rii a two s rouYjiorsH
of neven rooniH, nil Iiml iiijHi, lind H
barn that omt ;HMt, km oicUid f H kiruU
of fruit and all of tl. w,;ill fiuil. ThiM
nlao U fvoriiliy l.fitt.-d on Minn htieet in
HilUlKjro, and will nuit a im.ii of vu uu
Kin AriJEM OF LAND V MILKS
lrr from GnHton, mul -jti rni from
hM'hool, '.." ncri H of plow hind imd w acre
dualied mul Hi-eded mid I .' Men of Hiunll
Fir and Hii,1. Tin-re i mi orHnird of l.ri
lMaring tree, mid is wittered lv u Hji iou
liranch that cronne I lie .lin-i-. hu limj
layM well ami on a ('mhI ruinl. u 1 1 1 t m L
Moiue wild liilul in I ii it tmt fnrtliU Inmt.'
I'JtlCH ... .. is.t,:wni.
I have 4') an ex of nd hind mar a
Liitherian mid hImi h i'uthohc Cliureh
11 iee, KKKI, Alm, htl aeleit in (he vicinity
of the hn me t-hurehoM. 1'i ice, f Iihh).
Now 1 4 the time, fur the riijit nniti In th
ripht place, to call lit hiy oilli-e,
FOB "SALE ! .
I "TiJ ACUEH, TWELVE MILEH FUOM
I fit? J'ortlalid; 'M iieren i-leured; Houmb
IKtur, but a khkI barn: 'i head of Cattle, 'A)
lead of 1Ioh, a Hjiaii of Jim Men, a Colt, a
new MowiiiH Mnilniie; the CrujiiuiU 'limit
too niimeriiiu to mention.
Trio for all f '.'.liK),
Aereaof Lnnd. "j of a milu from
Ihlli v, with (il Hi-re or more in
i cultivation, and the reiniiiiidc r covered
j with 11 r . hael, etc., iiiidwitl iualt a tiicu
burn, i'lii laud laHWell,is wntered by n
j 'punK, ntlll lilin IIM line a building Jilaee a
i von will lii.d in a tliiMia.iiul, a kcIiooI
hoiine , a mi'e from Ihn pliici-, and only ;l
mile to 1'iileKt tiiuve Hrhool, I'l ice,
0 Acre, i mill m fiuin II illHlmio, li
t? acrett ol plow ami !.i ikti-h ol pasiuru
,H"u: l,"nm' barn, mul ,0 Iimiijj tree in
orchard, mid l wiil.-n d bv a .prinu. tlnly
I fi(il M.hl,(), M)uJ (H M ((j
) loud, 1 '"j mill- fiuin eirimiervi
troin J'l.itl iii.l. ri f I h t. m .
I T Acre,'.' n,il. tr.mi Hill .li n.i, with
llOIIK... Ill-Ill. iillillH.I, Well, W-mil-
whed. etc., mul -in urn s 1'iul. i ..w mid in
' meadow, I'rice, 1 '.mii.ihi.
I have other (.'Hill ul tile
tnimeroii to ment ion
W. H. RUCKER.
Itenl l!fiif .i-fiii,
NEW GOODS !
Havk jfht i:i-:ckivi:i A wfi.l
fcH.lect.-d Hl.x-k of
fjlafl" I H I JI f
, ' " i
BOOTS 6c SHOES
And a Fine A-toi I m i,t of
For L.'ulies nnd li-nth mi'ii.
All MiiJh of I'.i imii'I ' I'loiliiee tnki'ii (n
FxeliHntrii, inl'H tf
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
Orfgoii A .'iillfoiiiiii IC.lt.
And t'oiineet ioiiH.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE I
Time Itetneeii I'ortlaml nml
FrniifNcn, :tt IIohi-m T
California Express Tmins Run Daily
between Portland nnd Ashland,
I'orthmd 4K) 1'. M.
HnuFrnn. i:!l 1. M.
H FmtiukM'o 7:110 A.M
l.met$l I'tiimrtttfi' Unit if. ,Sii,t(i,
KlIKelte . 1MK) A. Al.
Fliueiie L':4l I, M,
Fori land .14.'. F, M.
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
For Hecond-Claia 1'naneni.iei-n on nil through -
tiHiiit i ki.j: oi' H AKiii;.
'Itie O. A. C. It. U. Ferry mnken connection
with all the rcKiilnr tin inn on the Ijihi Hidu
diviHiou from the foot of 1'Htrei t,
Went Hiile Diviaioii,
BETWEEN POH'i IANII .t COUVAI.I.l.S.
Mail Train Daily, eneept Hiiiulay,
IlilUhoro .H:lt A. M
t'ot-vnllm yj:'jr 1. M.
HilUI,or.i..r.:(i:i P. M,
1'oitliuiil ..ii:l'. P. M
Portland 7:- A.M.
HilUU.ro x-Ar, A. M.
tVtrvallia . .MW P, M.
HilUhoro f.KJt P. M.
At Alhanv and Coi-vhIIU connect with
trains of the Oregon Paciitti.
' Elides Tmiii Dully, except Hunil iv,
Ilillshoto. . Ii;04 P.M
Pol l land ll;(H) A.M
E. P. lUHlEHH,
U. KOEHLKIt, U.V.X P. A't.
Muuawar ul t(