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THURSDAY, JULYS, 1883.
The Rescued Mexican Women.
THE BUFFERING AND
ITERS SUBJECTED TO
BY TnCltt 8AVAOC
Tccsox, A. T., June 18. The five Mex
ican women and one child recaptured
from the Apaches and brought here last
evening at now in charjw of Consul Tu
leli, who has U;ktfniphei to his povern
ruentforiiistriu'tionsas to what disposi
tion to make of tlit'in. They are from the
city of Chihuahua and are the w ives of
goliliera in the Mexican army. The com
mand to which their husbands were at
tached had been stationed 300 miles north
west of Chihuahua, at a plains on the
Mexican frontier named LI Carmen.
The troops had been ordered home and
the women followed their husbands at a
distance of about two day's journey be
hind, traveling on foot. On the 10th of
May they were surprised by a band of
Apaches" under the personal command of
lievonimo. The Indians suddenly arose
from behind rocks and hushes. The wo
tnen were frightened and leiran to scream
A Mexican captive mimed Jose, who had
long been witii the Indians, came for
ward, and, addressing them in Spanish,
assured them no harm would come il
they would surrender and follow the Ap
aches. There was nothing vise for them
to do but to follow. The Indians then
came forward and asked a great many
Questions through Jose. They were anx
ious to know the numlor of the Mexican
soldiers, their vhorealxmts and inten
tions, to all of which the women answer
ed as best they could. There was anoth
er woman with them at this time, whom
the Indians sent to Chihuahua for peace,
as thev said. The capture was on or a-
pout the lot li of .Maw 1 lie Indians, with
their captives, travelled in.vssantly the j
remainder of that day and nil night. The
place where they were raptured is known
as Cerritos Cuartes, and is half way be
tween El Carmen and Man de el Elarno.
1 111! M"ht The '
Thev calculated that the next morning
. i . ..... ! ...-Mimis; cumuli r MUH lilt, I intuitu
after their capture thev we. e at least 100 j u , rraotioal ivntaw in
miles distant, though they cannot tell in w , .ailkins-at iJVcioi-k
winch dirertum. low days ,hey , morlli j ewninjr through,, U.e
were without water, but alter that it was t y B "
f Hind in abuml.m.'o. The country thro'
Which they passed was wild beyond de- The Sacramento (Cal.) Cultivators'
cription. At times they were compeled ! Guide savs that orvhardists in that state
to crawl upon all fours. Their thirst for ; who have used solutions of soap and sul
the first throe days nearly divve them ; jdiur for spraving their trees in fighting
crazy, and the Indians would whip and ; insects, have churned a divided diminu
lash them up and compel them to travel. tion in pear scab and other fungus dia
Towarvl the last of their captivity food j eases,
commenced giving out and they were put '
upon rations, g small piece of" raw lieef j The liijuid from boiling in water bread
being ail that was given to them. This ; toasted very hard is rerummended In
had to be divided anions; the six, Mrs. ; The Witness as a pleasant as w ell us
Antonia Hernandez all this time carried j wholesome drink i.irany weather, and
her kibe in her arms. The Indian child-1 exceptionally effective ir quenching
ren took great pleasure in tormenting ; thirst during the trying heat of harvest
him, pinching him, jabbing sharpened ' time on the farm,
sticks into his side and giving him great !.... ,
pain. When she remonstrated. Ceroid-! , The ''rmantown Telryrr.ph suggests
mo or his men onlv lauu'hed at her mist- ) P11 iiipetitive horse-shomg should be
ry The last twod'avs of caplivitv thev included m the premium list of agncul
hadnof.H.M,latall. 'There was no snow ral fairs, inasmuch as all must know
on the mountains. The cold of the moun- 1,.ow wanv animals are imutvU sonio
tains was intense and the women sutler- ! !"m'Q Inianently rripphM by untaught
ed almost to freezins. The Indians nev-' ignorant and tmskiUtul shocrs, ho treat
er remained quirt in one spot a dav, hut 1 l"e "oot of a horse with as nim-h rough
were continually moving. They traveled j n.ess and klesswess as they do a plough
nearly UK) mile's a dav, pniiis' in everv 1'iaro'
n,,!"n,!y ntarl; ! Th? following rule for estimating the
ana maltrvate-. incwrv tnissible manner, t ....j.,. ,r . . i . .
ft. .... . 1 . 1 1 1 1 '
They were made to o.k heavijy when-1
ever camp w as ma le and were general ;
er ran p w as u.n..e ana were genera
i J t ,. l ,
tilke up Mrs ernandez s little hoy and
threaten tn k.l him, and would throw
ek.'iiun ft, iiiiii, t" ,ii )ii(ai iii'iii.ti an
guish o' hid niother. One of the women
was sent as a hotage of sme sort to
Chihuahua to make peace. The rxpos-
ure to cold, thirst, lamine, exhaustion
from travel and fear of torture, was hav
ing its elFert on the poor women. The
first thing they knew they were hustled
effone day further into the mountains.
The next 'day a brothel of Chief Chatte
delivered them up to General Crook. As
one of them expressed herself, when she
iwiw General Crook and the soldiers, "It
seemed as though the sky hrA opened
and heaven a:jicared." 'Their pitiable
condition drew deeply on the sympathies
of the "bovs in blue." and thev did eve
rything in their iower to alleviate the
sufferings of the women. A mule was j
given earn woman to ride. 1 tus was one ' a ry state ot me noois wnirn makes
reason of the slow return of General ! them weak and brittle; and the trouble
Crock's command. The women cannot j may arise from fever or other causes of
find words to express the gratitude they f degenerations. Among the more pmmi
feel towardsthe American soldiers. When j nrnt influences w hich tend to produce
the women started on the toilsome jour-1 cracked hoof are an uneven liearing of
neyonfoot ."o0 miles from El Carmen j the sh', calking or other wounds, or
to Chihuahua, to follow their husbands I injury to the coronet and the drying of
home, they certainly had no idea there ! the wall of the hoof.
Were Indians on the road, thinking thev
were all in the mountains to the north. ! Charcoal has considerable m inurial
They have not seen their husbands for val,,0 especially when applied on rich
over six weeks.
Agnosticism In China.
The North China Herald saya : "Ev
ery true Confucian is an agnostic. He
believes only in the seen ; tho unseen he
regards as unknown and unknowable.
When asked how we should serve the
spirits, Confucius replied, 'Unable to
Serve men, how can we serve spirits!'
Confine your thoughts to bumun duty.
To serve men well is the best way to
serve the gods. To the question which
Immediately followed, regarding doath,
his answer was, 'Not knowing life, how
can we know death !' Attend to the pres
ent; why trouble yourself with inso fuble
riddles about the future ! Life and death
are one. Live well and vou will die well.
'Kjnfuiius was a thorough-going agnostic,
lie did not deny the existence of gods
and spirits, nor thejiossihility of a future
life. lie simply regarded such subjects
as beyond human knowledge, and refus
ed to diseusi them. lie was sure of his
five senses, and declined r move a step
farther.. As an agnostic the Confucianist
U tolerant of other creeds. lie goes ev
en farther, ami will admit that for the ig
norant multitude, and especially for wo
men,, an apparatus of gods and demons is
noccsary. He does nut care, therefore,
to proclaim his skepticism, still less to
actively propagate it. His creed is only
for the wise; the masses are better as
they arc. lie will subscribe to the tern-j
pies and take part in idolatrous ceremo
nies. To the common people Confucian
agnosticism has never been very satisfac
tory. But the Bgmxtio philosophy has
not been without its mllurwo. on the
masses. There is but litile religious fer
vor, and scarcely any deep faith. The
people will ridicule their own gods.laugh
at their own worship, imd freelv criticise
fill the creeds. Speak to any Chinese, no
matter what his rank, alxmt tho future
life, and his reply is almost eorluin to be,
'.Who, knows anything about ilt' and is
likely ijiongh.to add, 'Eating and drink
ing are realities,' implying that all else
is doubtful. Ilefer to the subject of fu
ture punishments and rewards, and his
Harcastic remark will probably be, 'I
have seen the living huUt, but haw nev
er seen the dead in cangiies.1 The pres
ent it iitiin tlm futon ia nil tiiilr ,uiin
He therefore keeps a sharp eye to tho 1 count. Ino Indian is a protound behev
present chance. It must be now or nev- j cr in the power of spirits for good or evil,
er j there may be no to-morrow. Intense I and takes caie never to offend them,
worldlfness and general animalism are I - - -i
yie natural results.
The conclusion of I
the whole matter shows how far superior
morally the original and orthodox system
of Budliisin and Taoism are to the agnos
Linseed meal is excellent food for a
Two Conneticut cows were lately pois
oned by a pail of paint carlessly left where
they could eat it.
It is a common mistake to plant beans
too early. The bean is a hot weather
plant, and it is worse than useless to
plant till the ground is well warmed.
Experiments in packing fruit for ex
port in chaff or straw have signally fail
ed. Specimens wraped in paper ship
well ; lining barrels with paper is also
Blocks of wood two inches square,
painted red, are twisted into the upper
strand of barbed w ire fence as danger
signals to stock. Whether the device is
patented or not we don't know.
In all the States w here the clip lias yet
been placed in the market, wool grower
are holding their wool above the present
view of buyers, and many of them will
not sell on present basis of values.
A. S. Pvkemnn, of South Haven, is
said to fnHuently spend .Hi in thinning
out his peach crop, often removing nine
tciiths. His rule is. to leave one peach
on a shoot six inches long.
In reference to the necessity of free
range for fowls the Western Kural nien
a Chicago fancier who says his poultrv
in routined city quarters, are "not much
over half as large" as those of the same
breed on his farm.
Mr. P. W. Lewis calls tallow oil, lard
oil and cottonseed oil, "veneered in fresh
cream." "the three grease:" and he
""" re pretty sun- u tne future,
u 1 ,u l''e;iiw uiv LKUit ii uuuer
hold over for higher prices.
Mr. F. S. Teer, East Palmyra, X. Y.
I author of the stiirsv.-tive treatise, on
foiling summer and winter" thinks
'V'iVA.IWIlVI lUM'Al. All PI til IV, WII1U-
tb ,ftw te-(1.lVH twowwk. ;rttli
-.,,i.u f.., ,, .,. i..,. ....1
, m y fc , -, t ,( d
i pnuru! liar aw k-ot. Alter tlmnxmh
i JettJi ab;lut m enhw fm of u
(( ,K,ler ,, m ()f (jric ,)av
get the cubic dimensions of a stack", mul
tiply the average length, breadth aud
The following method of preserving
potatoes is said tole that used bv French
hotel ami restaurant kec!rs: The tu
bers are first washed and then, a few at
a time, by means of small baskets, are
plunged into boiling water and held
there for four seconds; they are then
dried and stored. This system destroys
the vitality of the buds or "eyes'" arid
there is no tendency to sprout, but the
potatoes keep sound and in good flavor
until the next crop comes in.
The United States Veterinary Journal
says cracked hoof is the general result of
! ground, the ammonia of which it absorbs
and gives out as tha tdant roots require.
It also improves the mechanical texture
of the soil whether light or heavy, and
ita dark color holds the bent fro-n the
sun, making the land warm at d, ?ar!y.
The remains f,f old charcoal nitsulwas
make the best land in the field for many
It is a fortunate circumstance that
many of the agricultural papers urge
from time to time belter tillage ot small
er surface. Manure and labor concentra
teI on one-fourth of on urea would give
more crop than if thinly distributed over
the whole field. A special advantage of
the improved system, as pointed out by
a New England correspondent of the
American Cultivator, is that grass seed
ing lasts much longer on land thorough
ly fertilized and cultivate in the pre
A Test of Indian Courage,
An Indian inter-tribal fair was held,
not long ago, in order to show some of
the results of civilizing tho savages. A
number of tribes attended and displayed
articles of homo manufacture, such as
needle work, embroiderv, laco work and
blankets. Many of the Indians bad their
fiictures taken.and showed a childish de
ight in looking at their faces. Others,
however, could not Vie persuaded to go
near the camera. Yellow Bear, ol the
Arapahr,es, was the first to pass through
the ordeal of a sitting. He suffered him
pelf to Vie properly seated, and then the
cumera to bo brought to hear upon him;
but when the prepared plate was placed
in the box, and the cloth lilted, he leap
ed to his feet at a bound, and attempted
to leave the tent. All attempts to reason
with him failed. At last a photograph
of a Cheyenne, taken some years ago, was
shown him. He looked at it a moment,
then went quietly bark to his chair, and
sat like a statute while the negative was
taken. lie explained that no Cheyenne
warrior was a greater brave than he. The
gigantic Osages, on the other hand would
not approach the tent. They say the ca
mera robs them of their good spirits. The
Kickapoos gave the very same reason,
and the photographer was peremptorily
ordered out ot the country on Unit ac
Jon worn, done at this oitice. . ' ; -
CLEMENTS & ROCK,
Real Estata Agents.
Maix Srkkt, Orcjou City.
OFFICE IN KXTKRPRISE
FARMS FOR SALE.
Kolenilld Ranrsln. Maori's In IVlfe c n
ty, on fall l iwk, T mll,. irom ltit!la. 1 mllt't
from Uiti stun, I mllw Irom mil IouIht Iii tl
mounlHlii and I nolo irom m-IhhiI lioti;
sees In oultlvn Ion ; oiw-lnill k loll
invturo nj llu ivsl rolllnjr i nline mut tv.
vfnlmii I ml ; Hue running WKter lo rn two
.mall lakes i two orvluoMs. It ol m.'Milnw
laiut, irooit wrath r-Uia ilrd house will) u
room ami fine we 1 ot wsler nU gootl barn ;
Suotl title ami no limiinhninw ; only $J.V r
a le; ixrt eli anil rest to null uirrhaxr ;
Imilnr liiml .n hts iu'is tsirlu otl exiting
nm lo M r acre. U ksou lor uk
otfiier too "1,1 1.) work. Tills Inrm fl in easily
be itil.ltHl lino ln sxl on .
nes'J all ( need In Polk enunly, quarter
of a mile Iron) the nlaco ttilvftnseo i. xt
ab-ive this one; i arivs In eul'lv lion
ihkhI ntngtt. l'lieeHiUj, T.iis la also a Bn
SS acres: S e-es In rnlllvitlon. J aeres
lmbr; nr and fruit lre.vnd tx'rrlesol all
de vrlitlnn.i, all Ix'nr HK;tie of the ben ln-e-tliHis
forfrii't in Oregon am) fine n')Htual
sirlns;.1 miles Irvun i'twi ritv ; e k! house
Imrn tMls Ac. l'tk-e t.-v'xl: down and rest
on e' sv terms
Ui cn-s ! see Ion 2. T 4 S. R S K S4 aere
In cultivation. Smull nrehant ; mH heuio
and barn -, It vine stream and miriui. l'rio
ll". lW aerea. $7(1 t acre In tnttlvai inn i
house '.Mxii. I'rwli inns through ihe lmv.
Trtaer a level, ha nneo rolling. ll iiiIIimi m
oh I t mile i st eftl.-e and cmveuie.1
lutmth enst and i:iw milis.
Itvtaore. cod level lund I mler. five acres
lashed, lie riy all leu ed, well watered.
New crhnol house emss t'e r md, t miles
ln,m itrift and saw m Us and ! mites In m
two stores d church. 'J hls la a bartiiln.
title perteet, V Ice fl.e'sl,
Tii a.-res level Und, 10 acres order cutt'va.
tlon, acres lenced. (yirtlon in cultiva
tion, ilghl tlmh.'n.d nmleastly cloi.red. ,h1
story and half box house, cok1 barn shed,t.Ht
on It ree .d.s at.d uuntenitii outhuttdluir
all In f l order. A Ihrmy iiumr nrchnnl
U'anujc of ehvte, triut. A khI woit of
wnOr at the house and a llvin sr. m Itm
pa sl ere mr ten mom ns in ih year. Sfl tulid
hay farm aud fi"e outsid ru:e. Two miles
weslef Ihe Volnlla store ltubhanl a'd
Need." toad. Nearscho-d houso an-t wiihl:i
flvfeinresof sjiw an I Hour ml is. Ttie !m
emvemen s eti t morel sn the pie a.cd.
Itea on for selling imd th money la ollur
business. I rice t LW.
IS! aens, all elow land, aM prairie land, all
under fence t old house ; old liarn : new cran
ery Kxii, Ha f mi' .01:11, ofihe i hiv of
liersais, H mile Irom O. i". II. h. I'riee
VI p'r acre, hninpiv In one or two vonrs
wih Inieresl. Will trad' for i town prop
erty or anot he- sir. 11 nrm.
Kstris F.irn fur
iw acres, one ami one-iorter miles
west of Viola, ami eleven uiiies , .1-1 of
Oregon fit v ; llo .irres level Iviltoin, rich
land, "J aerea rolling : h acres lemd : "1.1
seres in cultivation ; Id aerea liL'ht limln'r ;
brook of water rnni.ini; through 'he f irm,
also a creek ; extra tine cedar, lirand a .h
timber; good house and barn, out I nlM
iocs ; extra orchards, I niilo west of the
town of Viola, riat-kHtit'tK coiintv; Il
iMishels of wheat and (id bushels of eats
raised Hr acre ; plenty of out range ; $3,?u0
ore half dow n.
VjQaeres, ten miles east of Oregon t'it v,
IVi miles southwest of Viola t n : all
level and n Itini:, rich bind; plenty not
ramse ; Ml acres fenced, 00 acri's 111 cultiva
tion; orchard, young but lie.iri' g, fair
hous d shed 1 am : water plenty; s?
eral thniisand new mils ready to iie put
up. This la an extra raii and stock
ranch, Prii-e, one hlf down.
I, W. Mayfleld' place near Viola. SIS acres,
WO acres fenced. acres level, bsll rolilnc
S) aeress in cuillvat on. wiser s 'Itlit timlwr,
rernaind'T beav y c.slra 1 1 ml er, I'HJ cre rich
bottom land I a miles est of town of Vloia,
fair housa and irood barn, u'l orctird : , rop
of irrain pel w.lh farm, Th 1 is a very de
sir ble farm and very cheap. Trice i'u.
M. Hollowa.Vs place near Mngn's Tolnl,
Highland, Sn Kcr s rollinc hind, all f ne
d snd ross-fenc-'d, aer-s in eiiitivatton.
Utile se tt ini limber, livlim water nil lbs
year, pear, plum and prune irees. Macros po
tatoes, 4 acres limo- liv, .1 c rs clover and five
acri-s paslure Kory ond a ha f bona-', 211
ii. 4 room lielow, 1, kitchen ' d bo sl well,
liarn 4o s 4" Ineludln sne , root, wood and
chicken houses, b-1 rMlslf, .closil iiouse, i In
po-t office, church near bv, 14 miles irom - r
egon lly. iiiMid title. Pnc- fiio Tertns
S ca-h. reasnn for e!liirr, sickness of wif".
Win, Harris1 place eloo to 1 nuliy, 11H
acres rvel land, sanilv sol , all fe i, and In
cultiva ion ; 6 acres potato, s n nil 2 0 hop vines
and v roussnial fruirs. House 21 x -II. lour
rooms, rarn 2-' x-S, wohi hi uss, etc., t- mile
lo school, raitro il, irarket and post oftlce.
tine of tbe finest chicken larches In )r ton.
Trice f sin. Terms en. lteasun of (ellinz,
6.1 acres near Pandy Post Offt-e, 12 acres
In cu'tlvatlon ; W acre-n;M-n land : s ory and
half house, shed and barn I'riee I W. 1 rim,
half casti. '1 his Is a bargain.
Vi seres, all level j g aces o "ced and 7 In
cultivattoni jprfid serine: '1 1 Iiimi trees;
small house, barn aro mher builuii.rs; 14
miles Irom Dei'gon C'ttv; near mill, school
and stole. Trie'. IVO. Terms, halt down.
41 acres, I nilbs from 1 rem fit v, all In
cultisatti'n ; house ICxil ; noou ste d burn and
well ; all In hay and (,'raui. Trice J;wjii witu
cr p. or 17l without. Trms, half down.
2J acres, 1 mile from tlncon lt ; sll lenc
ed ml In cultivation ; ib siral le icsidence
prf p-rly ; 12 acres buy; a acres outs; 4 acres
wheal; Snores reus; I acre potatoes Trice
f'iu0 Terms, half down;
40 seres uDlmpnived land; ) miles from
Oregon 'I t.v. Tilce, l2 er acre.
io acres unOnirovid aid; 1 mil from
Oregon City, til p r ncre.
0 acres nearly all level and open land.
Well watered by a flue snrlntt, near, rallr ad
and school house. Price lii"ti. Terms ;-,
S) ocres rolling land, 1 mil from f reiinn
Oy. 40 acres fenced and I ) aer-s in c iltiva
lion. Hmnll orcherd, plum prunes and cher
ry trees. House lixiii wdo nn I. s lichen, S
rooms. Tarn Jt)x:iU, and oilier ou'. building.
1H m b'S to sehrKil house. Hinn;lcropof piita
toe and clover. Trice is per ac e,
110 a'Tea. 40 acres level aer-c 'oiling ; M
acres fenced Tacrss tin er cultivation 1 i
miles from schiHil. Ill miles Iro n Uogon
1 ity. Price $l p r acre.
Iieslrabie small farm of 23 son s, close lo
New Kra. All level 8 acres f need, S acres In
cultivation, llifht op n timber on balance,
one acre potntos-s, 2 acres peas, one acre In
Cr lea an J 4 are in 1 lover. Trie 4i"U0. H
It) acres dcslrab'e land In rtuste'vll e J'4
mllesfrom Iheeelebrsted We hull hoda sprlncs
II" acres fenced, sens in cultivation nnu 'M)
acres slssned. l-V plum, pew'r anrl apnle tiees
all beerlng Ilouae 14 by V4 Willi kllehee,
barn.Kran 'rles 40. , I'l acre of wheat, li acres
In oa's, ( acrei In pes, hay Ac. Titca liii'il
Oregon City Property
fiRKOosf finr TRoenitTr f)n of (lis bes'
bsKsms In residence 1 r 1 rty ever on -red In
(re(!on l lty. Ilnusa itt x U end an addition
14x21, S rooms, hard finished, Hone cellar,
eell pa'nted m arly newsnd in splen- Id con
dition. 1 his properly consists ol tw and on
half acres all newly fenced, all in cuhivallon
and well sioclied wlm we-seecied cherry,
niilnce, apide and .h.in trees and all vario
us of small fruits fioou barn x 42, anil
many other nowssary oul houses. Till per
fect., I'riee I21IKI cash
4 lots on the bluff between Cp'fnn ('II T and
Csunn.a 'i des rablo bulldini; rr'dicrlr;
small house and pall fenced Trie If '-I'.
Kn'endl i cipi orturilly to obtain a Rood
building sips for cither twn or four bouses.
One of the I es' located block lu tow n,
all cleared and func.d with a lull tones for
sale, t rlne 1-175.
Obkoon CiTr PnopniiTT. A fine hloek In
')reKon I, lly, all fenced and In cul'.lvallon,
150 plum and prune trees and ' II set In clover.
1 bis Is a tri od bargain. Owner wishes to K'
avvsiy. I rice f-HK).
(iood ji sidonce on the- hill, one lot and a
tblrd ; t) rooms In I he house ; nood barn, wood
shed and out building. I'rlca 'j'ii, Terms
House sod lot en rlv r bank ; house nearly
new with five rooms, well finished; rltrli 4 of
spring with pump toes allh tbe property,
lo' nicely anclosed by painted p'ekot loiicv,
acres, 10 miles east of Oregon Pity. J
miles from Vloln, W sores rich bottom land ;
2IXJ acres rolllag ; 7V acres f need ; 6i an.es In
cultivation. 11111 acres good tuubcr; Iwn
orceki running through Ilia place, a no fit
I. R. CLEMENTS.
tfi I th house and oa a Ihe barni
ud houe, barn, areuaiy and oilier out
bu hllng ,nne orchard, eto. Price 8sw
1) sores, ll miles en t ot New Kra, t'l sets
level, m acres Mllliur ' d eresk runnlnu
through ne pines, o Improvement Trlov
W '1 his can enslly lie divided aud will be
old In smaller peroela.
W scn-s uiitiuu ovvKl lsid S mil a from Nw
fcm. Trl o $ot,
K aerea unnipmel land on Putt Creek,
J tulles from llubUird. Til.-eJTtiu.
dealers in Stoves,
Copper,Tin and sheet
iron ware also ha ve in
Stock a full, line ol
Granite and Hollow
ware. Roofing and
Spouting done in the
hest audi most work
manlike manner. Es
timates given on
heating a p par at u s.
Repairs, neatly and
cheaply done. Bring
on your pots, tins
and kettles. Satis
Give us a call. First
door south of Post
Ottice, Oregon City,
BANK OF OKMsON ( 1 i a.
Inil up OnpituI
C'.lMMCn . .
-ItANACKIl . .
Thomas ( hariunu i
Cbarles II. Caonrld. '
IZ. L l:sth,.m. ;
IVrosHs eeelved suhjeel to cheek.
Approved bills and notes discounted.
County and city warrants houirht.
liOAns made on available security.
Collections made promptly.
I ruf!s and telerraphle exehsnje sold on
Tort land, San fngaetaoa idvrw Vork.
Real est. Umus tirpiUtuHl fur a term o
year. ', - 1
Interret f! ! rn t'mdt.)Mlf s. follows
Fori monh, : t- t . -r aniitm.
For' moulds, .1 , r f r M-.1..U
Fi It niiimli., S perc mtts-r snim
TlmecTtinVMei of defosil psyia.l.lon tie.
maud, but Inleri'st forfeited if drawn b-f ire
end of Urm u( J.-i-ult. luneltl
J. It. lill.I.V, Prrpi lofor.
SI o n ii mr n I , Tom !, 1 1 ii i t on ou,
ele., ol'etrrT denlsn, iiikI of I Ik
brat mi i nimil A-rll ltK A
ft ICItl.i: at tho terj lonrst
f'KMKTKUV KNTLOSfRKS In aIl!
etylen and of the he-t material uiul t
worktimnehii. iH-Himm and jriee lit
ftirniehed on uppiiratimi. ajd-Mf j
i rilOTOUKAFUIC UALLKItY.
! C. M. lUSTKi:,
j MalnSlreet.Orecon t'ltv.
' Is p-ei ar-d lo e-ecut PhotoR-ai hio and
j Kterioseoplc Worlc on theshorlest notice. He
' has, also, a
i Multiplying Camora
Oft he latest snd oaost approved kind, mtf
' ... ...Von Ha t k
Flour, ilidtl lings, SIiorfM,
Jmn, tliop Fcoil, Oafs,
. Chicken Feed, F.tc.
"Tsrtles purelssinj feed mint furnish the
sucks. . ..
ilu rki t price a:d at all limes for whist.
HIBhON, ( til KCn Af (). agents,
r I'orlland, Ureifou.
0. C. F. M. Co.
Imperial ill ills,
D. W. BUR?dSIDE,
Or "gon ( lly, Oregon,
KF.rr CONSTANTLY ON HAND FOfl
FIOL'R, Bm, MIDDLINGS 4 CHICKEN
Pnrtlra surchaslBK feed must furnish the
7T.0.O00 liushelsof Wheal W "xtsd at
Ihe marhel price.
Orecon City, Aupist29. 7.1tf.
A N AHA L I NJK(,"I'III free h each hoi lie
of hhlloh's IjMtiirre Itcini'dy, I'i Ico 611 ceuts.
Ho d hy (leo. A.iliirdlnir
tVlTAUItil t;ifi.Kli: henltTi and sweet'lirimth
secured hy eihiloh's (.'iilii'rh tlcinetiy. I'riee
OU cents. NhsiiI Injector free,
Fur mile hy ii, A Hi.rd nir.
AUK YOl! MAI K ,r Isei aide hy Indhresl Ion,
I'ousllpstlon, lilrrliiess, lis of Af'tllc,
Yellow fckln T blilioli's Vltuilr.tr is a positive
Isold byU A. Ilnrdlnn.
CHOtM', WIIOOI'INU ilOIKjIl at)d I ron.
chills Immediately relieved hy Hhlloi's Cuw,
fyild by Oeo. A. Unrdlim.
L!..i.t J ."
' wUh to ay to Urn fanncra that If
you need aiiythlniJt in the line irf finiu
machinery, atioh aa wiigona, rnp(rs,
inowora, hurvoatvra, aulkey and revtdving
hay rakes, plows, harrow, viittivittora,
cradle, seytlio and nathn. Call oti u.
Our motto: Quick tuilo.i and Htnal)
Store tiiioait( C'hiii'iiisifi'i) old Kttind.
OIERISCII & r.nODEKICK
MAIN MlirKT, ltltJO t ITY.
r sil Mtnelt nf
iHvoititit Hint n int.sTic
r'ar.lii lihiunrs, sVluvs, nud t'luara ab
xvuys kept on hand.
'Hllwauklr.Kl. I.iiitla.and Ihe Olettia'vd
I'lnesl nilllarel Table In lite Cite
Stop in and soo tho greatest living
wontltr of ihoiMoseiit yo.
0K KG ON CITT, QttKUOM
ftest Hotel In tho City, and only out
minutes wullt from the MemuUml ,ini.
T. W R H 0 D b ,
THE FAFMER'S STORE.
win, sku. niKAi run cash
all Kin. Is of
(jia ii:rii:s unti ruovisioNs,
And v.111 v Hio hlichvat inarkil
Potatoe., I. aril Tallo,
loll, r, ttnron, llldra,
I'tilis, lhle.rns, 4aie,
And all other mmlt of nvlu'i-e, i..le me a
v'll ul the Old t HiitVl.l Nuiol.
J. M, DACOfJ,
I'K U Kit IN
aA..j I'll 1 1 KU l'llAUtS,
leuliliii"!t, J!isff!liit!ruii Cou.is. lilt, Llr
1'ihmks NiDK to oi;d:k
PoslorKoe,'alt:St. Or' jon t'lly.nrecnd
Notice is herehv 'iven that ihe tax lev-
lied ill Si'luml di.-driet No.;!, CI. i. kuiiKts
to. Ilreoii, is iimi due und iiiv:iM, and
can U paid lit the rt'M'Yiiiv of'the Clerk,
I Curtis f.aird ill t ',ilieiu;ih, utul the eunie
! lit lie difined i!elniiiieiit, uidci pm,
! uilhiii eixly day from the die tin,
! H'dii e. Ci uTii 1: ii:n,
j P.ited thin 1st day of May, CaneU,ah,
( l.u l Htii.is Co. Or."
4 oiin(T ourl.
On thf first mniiihv and Tuesday ir, j
sell tnontli the Coi nlv JiiiIuh ill ihv.
earn tnontii tne I n hit dllilUH ill l
sidf ftver all cics at lutr, atul proUttt
On tli VN'odneaday following Hit
aliore, Hie County Judges and I'otr.iois
sinners will hull, session lo iians4..:
County busiiirss' '
1'roLittfl hiiriiiess a ill he heard at all j
Mar. 1 j 1KS.1, ,f
T. . .Ji:. i:i.I I'roprlrlor.
lntd now nst d,ioi lo AM rlchl A In.
'us' irirt ninrlot. 'Ihe 'nosi ron, i,i-nt and
h.-at lurnislind H.i.iMin In loan
WINK-". I.IyfiillH A Ii Id'.INKS
Of all kinds of the at und ur st n sys on
han. i. Hi" lust lihllatu tube nnd tin- col..
st retreat lu town. a.nny Hf
oiie of i!tnS of I InaV Z.
In the e- unly court of the S ale i f Or-gun,
for I 'lHcka'iiHs count v.
lu th mutter of the ralnls of James ('.
van ltcii,si..s r. d'eeu.iMi,
.Nolle.- Is hen (,, g veil ihnt Ihe under l;nei
ado H islr.lnr of sind esisi" hus n.. d min
Hie rlers of .i d ro.irt his rtnul ae mini, and !
Hie nliove enliih , romi has III d and it i - '
M.lllll.,1 I I... , t 1. . U . M.f .k. l .. I
ti urn k of ol Hons lo iud final aceouiil
and tho seltleuienl lh"p of
rilll.l.ll' C. rit'llt'YI K'f,
June 19 ks. j-j 41
HO F03 HESTU'JCA.
The favorite fteislde Itcsnrt of Hit
Herenfler. Mr. Fnuleoner will leave flrsn
'tonde for.N". aiucca, every Teead'n loorelnit.
I'artln c II hnve lorlhitid for Meiniivi!le
Moiutny n ornlnrf nnd reach (imnd Ponde
Ihut eveiilna ly road, 'Ihe neji day ti er
will he on llieeoiial. larefroinO audit, tide
to .Vesliiicn iM, I.ar;e nrllss should vrr t.
a sreca I,, uun hand so as to hu sum of e ,,,.
mndiitlon on, Ihestnije, J.'ll'.
II fsr les nre lu rchr notified II. at the?
must not open ru Interfere l h Inilrunls of
tile Or (toil ( ItV Water-work, ejeept h ilu y
aiilhorlr.ed otr.ei rs of the l ire 1 1, purl ui"nt
for fire purpose.. Wl h eve-y one tHinperlnir
with l li in it la trouhiu nine and ill 111 u I to
keep them III re pn ir lly order of
UUf OlUAJO.N til V WAiEttCO.
Of Mllliclmlna, Yamhill County, Or..
he t' e best quarry In Oregon, for llrenlnees
sinks, corner uiul headstones and all kinds
of cemetery work which he will make to
oKivrwoii ii.-,,, nr. nnii ins. aien. Hi-veral
nr- piaces loranie in I ir. J. w. WMfs la-
luyeue, tjreou. he,, d your orders. Jil-lm
A saes.no Roller.
All pnrties who tavn not henn already
assessed are her l.y notified Hint I or m'v
do u y, Mr..l. II linrlinr, will he t, iiit,..
da-ce at the Court llous in t'leuon i lly, tne
U lrd nnd founli tsiiturdav'a In Jmy, I hn Vial
aed Win days of July, for Mm uriiosc of re.
celvliiK any a-siissinunt hut have not henn
e'v r In. N. II. liAllNKI.!.,
Jil-Ot Amessoriif ( in, hniiiua counti.
'In-yoke work oxen, well broken to work,
nine yciirs old. Inri;n nnd In itood nondl Ion,
Apply I', uiiy tiim, n, i;. Wood. Oreiton I 'lly
shw inlll.-iiUnr Horkliic hours at r si 'enc'n
In Caneuiiih. fH-M
HO( H A (MCMICXTM,
Hen! Kslaln Aieuls.
16u acres fine timber land, three miles from
he (olumliln, In rollout la county, luutsiO
eel, of Nhler tlinlier, l.ttMi.iwti feet of fir end
M , HUH fee ofceda' Ininher. 8, W. W Hec. I,
T.7I4 ,4 W, hinnll house, gniat well, some
fencing, ijooil Kardeu and well watered by
ereefc. 1'rlco 7iu,
y sVK iisNe oi.oi
. V. '" . v ; f .riJ
li J'v v '1 ?
s:. ? st
.lolxisloii's ( asj ntlliij Vprvlaelss and Ire
I us the Johnson Tellse.ii lo Kve Tenter for I'-' tO' bI-
'I seh-ris Ihi. eoissol l.fi,s iM-e'ssnrv Hheiher ' o'lem.i or l onv-v, liuuhlenr l'erlsflila.
II determines Hi fuenl tmmher needed. Il ill iv -i' d f t n it,-. sod iloT.r.nn.s
Im twni I hvni. It ili l -i t li pr-'se oe of M,np i, I'r 'shj apm, II., pe'iuniroiltt aud Atl(
mallsiu. I'nll and have ynur eyes exnililiu'd.
o. ii. i.. it'U'ioi Kijirri: at
Ji;i,Vl:l.t.lt AMI UI'l ll A V. JaoH Ittt
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TIN ri.ATK. T.KAI) ITl'f ! ;ox tMI'K AM f .11 A jHS
roi'ri.i:. siifi.t ji.'on mii i s, (ui'i'i u. i:k.s and
IKON WIKK; ('.Al'.l-:; I II I J.NCS; Ul PiM-K !KK, V I'M 19,
EIoum' E t: i-ii EB; i ir;r N in aY:i'i aal.
M WHFAt Ti;i!lih'S t F
Tin, Copper nni Sheet Eron Ware.
i:oo mn ; and ,io;:i;iN(i ov i:i:ny in m imi'TIon
DoNK TO ni:j)Kl. AND AT l.oW I'UK l.S
1 1 a i : d w a i : !:. v o i ! : n v a i ; i . an 'i V V ' n w a i : r. i . a ntk I : n s ,
i.AMr.-.oii.. i. it mm: and vm ii ic kit. it: i: kalnt.
Frii rs lo S.ali Un. Tlmi !
.poim-: v -co.,
'-'!: i Oregon lily, Ori'Kon.
if in I Mna'l l uli r." i," I , t,
V! ; ;',"" '
f H , a-, .t b, ,', , v -a f i i . , .... ,
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0 KNu'S NUV iYiTIM,
AW inr.I WITH COlltillNATION M-J.t'f ACI.I.r.
IH'.Y WILL COHICCr N) I':ri:RVE ME S'dMf.
PEDLEU3 CANNOT V. w , TUWC OOOUfl.
rn st cirimf
.1. M. l.AC)..
fii.st-i.as b, e;ve:s:y j:s!i:c;t.
8T. GHABLE8 MOTEL,
mOS. CMJIXIAX, m-opriotor,
Coiuer front and Men lion N'.retU,
FlUrr COAl'H TO AN'H
Sr., Sc., ut the,
CO Y DUUU HTOIlK, Orem Cily, Ore(on.
Ono comiilflo net of i!inl IikipI nun liin
ory for a kuhIi kiiw mill, iiiniMt i nj.' imrlly
of Ihi't'o wulor wliitflM; licuvy cliiiin Ititi
ft'l't loll);; lii'ii'l lili.rkH, ciiitiiiKc, iIojh,
nt Vilioi'l, hiihIi uiul fiiw, liruvy crinik,
Iilliiiitn, Ac. foiiiili:lo fur HhkIi Kiiw Mill.
Tlio moMt, of (Im iniifliiiH ry in fulr t'omll
tioli. All for the low jiriri' of f I'.'S,
Cull on, or ih!iIivk;i,
(J. T. 1 low Alt l,
Mtiliao, Clack. Co. Ojrri, Mm
iiS ami eS i: r i:iitv
C. 11. L, DURMEI 8T ER
WiilolimiiltiT mill niiiniifiicliirliii Jfwclo,
sVeihtliijr and Oluiie llhius,
Ould niut tallver IMmiIuk,
lialrdf weliy mud Itt artier,
Walrhm niiilCkcki llniiinl iiml BqinlrvC
mi Short hlUt.
Hole atent for (he eeiehmli'd Wallham
Vmelesi also I lie eel dilute,! Mvth 'Ihutua
AIL WlTl'llt: WaRIHXTED,
)lil Oulil ar fcllver lit.,t.ii In Ktrlinne.
M M '(U
H AVISO liM AIl li S OP.rtiOM CI1Y
Iii" u nd. rsiueii la i rsimred Igluiat.e
III! stloll tlotli'e,
'if an ."Oitioii. lor ' Miliary use.
Is Hie HI4UMI i, (ur-r of Ihe well keowtt
l',l!i'urilil ll.'llv.CDil I'llll'P,
imd .situ an h- In Mnpie nnd Velleis fli
alo iiMiiurse' ii r -r ol
.1 ''' ill 'Mfrll,
Vil!l! Ilusi: ATTACH MKNT,
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l.inv.iMt',. cv mil r,.'(ton u, L ft rut i M
.!; mk t i'i th- nt.rl.iht'k !( l't
Ai will turn ti ntiil I ' tmin' no lUort
in, h i luri f ,.i i iiii cifM'idin ,(
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Ttmiik.il' 'r ft IK 4-rui ihtun: hr'fiiffr'l
M.L. G. VJIJZELER.
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Wll.f, YOU SI'I'TI'll vs It li Dyspepsia ami
Mver f toin lull, 1 1 KhhoA's Vllnliaur Isguiir.
Biilei'd in cum you.
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M I 01, . II' ,,',. HI. Whul von nei ii
for ooM'iiiniitlon. I.oisul A ppi tile, l)i',r.lncsa
ami nil ympioms r,f l)yueysH J'riee 10,
and 7crnis yer hul'li 1 '