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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1906)
TYPE OF HOG
I Hi roc-Jerseys are probably found lu
nil the states and wmif i:irln of Cana
da. They are kept tu In rye lnnnbvrc
throughout the torn belt, and thelt
stroinj constitutions enable them tc
stand heavy iiini riMlln well, la tlm
Houtli tiny adapt themselves easily tc
climatic conditions and tiro prolmWj
one u( the best breeds for Hint section
They nre rod or sandy, with slightly
dished faoc and lop oars. They aro nol
no larKO as In former years, tut thert
Is do ureal illfi'ercnco between thoni
uud Hetkshires or Poland Chinas
There Is considerable variation In the
typos found in dilToivut looalltlos, hut
In general the 1 ut oc .Jersey U a very
good hoc matures early, makes eco
nomlcal use of twd oaton, Is Motive
and hardy and adapted to eoudltlous.
f iiim pasturing to heavy corn feeding
Iuroc-Jei-av cross well with a mini
ber of breeds, notably the Poland Chi
na, nnd do well to ;:rade up natlvi
stock. Some claim the meat Is rathei
poor, but slaughter tests hardly lnar
OCB CHOICE, uui;o--jkusey sow.
Grand oli;in:jion. Illinois state fair, 1W6.;
this out In b rood in -4 inialitles Imroc
Jerseys stand high. This Is one ol
their strongest points. The sows art
good mothers, roar la ore- litters, and
the young pius are iulte active and
hardy, says .ihn l. ib'titry of Indiana
lu Ohio rarnn r.
The American Hiiroe -Jersey Swine
breeders' association. T. 15. Pearson,
secretary, Thornton. I ml., and the Na
tlonal Duroe-.Iersey Ilecord association
Robert J- Evans, secretary. Peoria, 111.,
were established in l.ssti and 1SI0 tc
protect the interests of the breed.
How tlie Male Mnkm (iiiod. j
The writer by no means thinks thai i
the mul-' should replace tin1 horse oc
the farm, ihe male's place is on the
lare far.ii. where hired help Is em-1
ployed. On the small farm, where one
does most of his own work and has hi!
sons to do it, the horse, will likely give
the best satisfaction. Hut where the
trains have to Ik turned over to hired
help the mule will le found more eco
nomical in that it will stand abuse bet
ter. Is liable to uet hurt, and improiK?!
care does it less harm. The mule will
not drink more wafer than is pjod for
it when warm, while the horse will be
seriously hurt if watered when warm.
Likewise in feeding, the mule will not
eat more than is good for him when
warm, while the horse will. The mule
will never :et Into a wire fence nnd
set cut up. Even in n runaway the
mule does not often ;:ot hurt. The
mule is also quite free from disease,
due in a lare measure to the animal's
rare in eating and li-i uU i nir. The mule
is also longer lived than the horse. The
breeding of mules Is in some ways
more profitable than breeding horses,
as the mule colt needs less care. Is less
liable to Ket hurt, as It has a keen
sense of thinner. W. C. Palmer. In
diana. Decline In Cattle.
There is now an unusual scarcity of
cattle on the farms of Ohio and little
or no prospect of any increase lu the
near future. P.ut one tiling can result
from this condition of things, and that
is an impoverished soil and later on an
Impoverished farmer. If any one will
look up the facts hs found in our tsta
tistlcal reports on farm conditions he
v.ill get his eyes opened to u few fucts
that will set him to thinking. Nearly
all kinds of live stock are declining In
numlx.'is In tin state. This decline, es
pecially in cattle, is largely due to the
prevalent Idea among farmers that It
Is either too risky to feed them or that
it don't pay to do so. This decline In
live stock seems to be associated Very
closely with soil conditions, for It
i-eems that our average yields of grain
nre declining also. If we would re
store our live stock Industries we
would find our grain yields Increasing.
Cor. Ohio Farmer.
lieu to KlauKliter.
" Cattle are lit for beef nt eighteen to
twenty months If properly fed, though
meat from such animals lacks In Uavor.
The best meat will be obtained from
animals from thirty to forty mouths
old, though they may be used at any
age If In good condition. A calf Bhould
not be used for veal under kIx weeks
of age and Is at Its best when about
ten weeks old und raised on the cow.
There Is a law in most states against
selling veal under six weeks of age.
Hogs may be used at any age after
six weeks, but the most protitablo age
nt which to slaughter Is eight to twelve
niontLs. Sheep may be likewise used
When two or three mouths of age and
at any tlmo thereafter. They will be
at tbelr test preiN to reaching two
years of age, usually at eight to twelve
months. Andrew T.oss, Minnesota.
Health For the Svlue.
The time for hog troubles Is close at
hand. The follow who Is too busy to
use a disinfectant occasionally, and by
this method keep the swine free from
lice, and who thinks his hogs are as
well off lu a dry lot as they would be.
with the range of a clover Held, will
1 ';ely be the first one In his locality to
Lowl "Cholera:"-Farm Journal.
EXIT JUNE HOG.
Coed Monry I winllj Mntlr on tf "
Ton years a;: v.v fattened and sold
the last bunch of June hoe.s from thi
farm. To grow a nine mouths old hnfl
with pi. ctlcally live months of wlntot
In the midst of his n,r, or and make tlm
transaction profitable every year wa
what we failed to co. jet wo had an
abundance of clov or.
Later instead of fattening for the
Juno market wo fed for the Angus!
market. In some respects this was bet
tor. About that time I was Impressed
with the suoivss of a relative who fed
It low hugs to be sold to the local
butchel about Sept. lie had discov
ered that the demand for hogs was
gooil at that time, and the prices wort)
above what wo had received at any
time for June or Auniist ho.'s. I'otild
we cut io.it son e of the dillicultles we
had encountered, utilize cry resource
Hiid roach this ob.iocllieV Ibis problem
K. I.. Ivan wo.k.'d out a.t follows, as
he tells In tMo Funner;
l-VrilitiK tlir OctiilM-r U"I4.
Wo decided to take the weights ot
the luus as fro nieutly as was neces
sary to discern the gains they wore
making for the food consumed. Wo
discovered tht hos wore making a re
turn for the grain consumed when fed
In conn -. tloii with clover that was
much b-t:or than tic pr. -es lor grain.
This sort of foe in-: was calculated to
make the h rs -row . but not hi llnish
them. They noedc I more corn.
n.nW oil urn.
What shall we sn'iitule for corn
ten months in the cri'i. h iul.il to bar
rels and subttu :god hi water for twen
ty four hours That which is nearest
like soaked .oin is corn with Just
enough sap to make it palatable ami
nutritious. On the farm there was
plenty of this by Sept. 5. We could
not get It :o the hogs In the necessary
tpuantltlcs. for we were too busy. We
cut and U-iul d tlicui some green corn
in conu' ciica with the old for a week
or two. '"h' n the ears were rlpo
enough not to spoil when pulled off we
turned in the !.-. They had access
to running water and plenty of natural
shade, for the weather is olten hot In
rrnllt Hiv I ii ell.
The hos mad.' us tio cents per bushel
net for the corn they uto, reckoning the
yield at sixty l.u!ieK per acre. Hogs
us we pastured and fed them durlnn
the summer could be tlulshed to bring
the top price in three or four weeks'
time. As a rule, prices are well sus
tained till Oct. .V but by the loth they
Lay your plans to purchase a pure
bred bull or boar, or both, this fall.
There Is no ipiickcr way to Improve
your stock than to put a pure bred
male at the head of your herd.
Even Tootlilenw Old Rtvea Win Out.
If tier.' Is one article that Is scarcer
than another lu market circles, accord
ing to a Chleano trade authority, It Is
native mutton, this including loth
sheep and lambs. P.ut for the delega
tion from western ranges, either direct
or by the feed lot route, during the
past year a mutton famine would have
existed. And there Is no prospect of
an Increase In the supply of natives
during the coming summer. In fact,
the trade Is expectant of a decrease,
as the farm belt is stocking up. Ham
and wether lambs will be marketed,
but ewe lambs will be held, and pres
ent clamor for breeding stock has cre
ated sullicient country trade to keep
even old toothless ewes away from the
"Dnd'a Ola Vu"-KurKt It.
1 have been raising hogs for several
years; for the past year have changed
my stock to pure bred Pel kshlres. I
make bigger and more salable pigs at
an earlier age. I have done away with
my rail fence and built my entire
fence out of wire fence. I believe
many farmers would like to breed pure
bred stock If they thought they would
make a suci-.-- s. My advice Is to make
your leap ami try. You never will know
what you can do until you try. I have
been lanninr a'.I i.iy life ami Und that
liad's old way will not do. (let light,
boy ;, and h ij. uc raise pigs for our
broi'. ir farmer who hasn't time to
ia!-v tic'in. i-'outh Carolinian.
The luiiii with comparatively small
capital may start lu the business of
raising ho rs or sheep. Itoth are very
profitable if properly handled. One
good sow or one good ewe may become
the head of a herd that will become a
Mlitulr Hufe I'rouoxblloii.
The New York, Boston, Philadelphia
and local buyers arts falling over one
another to pick up the scant supply ol
horses lu the Chicago market at prices
never before heard of In the trade and
rather inferior horses at thut. No one
at the present generation need be
alarmed over the horse being put out
of business by the automobile. Breed
Every time you go to the sheep pas
ture pi -use make it a point to go of
ten -count the sheep and take them a
bit of nalt.
When a man wants to use his horse
and has to chase him all over his farm
In order to catch him It Is evident that
either the man or the horse was not
brought up ii: ht.
The pros (. ( s that pork will be high
nt least mat more year. Let's have
some to ! e!l next fall.
For mercy's sake, don't put a poke
on that calf! Fix up the fence.
The man who thinks, "Darn a hog,
any w My," belter let the other fellow
raise the pigs.
You can't whip fright out of a horse,
GAITS OF THE
There Is no doubt that the horsn lu
Its every variety Is a live proposition
nowadays, which farmers are show tun
n disposition to handle to the best tul
vantage. In this connection porhapi
the saddle horse Is loss talked of than
other classes, yet Interest In It Is not
wanting. To a man who has n tour
year-old mare a natural trotter im)
Is considering training her for a s-.ddle
horso 11 P. Mayo of Maine says In II tl
ral New Yorker:
To make nn Ideal saddle horse of htH
marc the Inquirer should have iui
Dienced nt least two years ago, but If
sho Is, as h" says, very seaside and
he will bo a little moi patient the de
sired result can be io io ep'1-.'ied now
The llrst thing to bo attained l to
make her a good walker, for n slow ot
bail walking saddle horso Is about th.
worst Ihlnu ot.t. and sh,. must Im
taught that the walk Is it distinct gall
as much as the canter or the gallop
lie should not be salNiled until he can
get her where she tan walk from live
to six mile-i an hour Of oon-se If sin- N
uatnrahy a fast walker this can easily
bo iiocoinplMio , but she should novel
bo allowed to trot while laklng J ei
walkinu evercbo, for tt Is as much a
misdemeanor for a m.irc walking t.
break into a trot us for a trotting mini
to break into a run To noUlre tin
waik'ng habit reipi.res no sp. clnl train
lug. le t i 'T-l-n'iit practice, at m'I time
lirgil g h T to vv. lli i.s f:s-t as posslbh
without f .tig ie and not making In t
li-s-aeis to 1 nig at a thro.
There arc ihtoe Ir dllnu gait tic Jou
trot, about tour miles an h t:r, son..-
1 INI: hl.NTl'i KV h 1 01 LK llul;-!..
Nit.o. -. il li i: A I !n i. -. M.iliiK.oi
Tli.- Iiith' I - sixj ii . ;.!. oi l Hint v, ii
bo .l In K iitu, ky. 'I'll - io.s:I.iii In th,
l.i, lup- o it. s.-nt i lli- Wp.iiil !i sn-i. i u
ul il i,.ssl.l.' ti..r.J -tl!.- tllxh selio i
ino i nn hts N. L i l foi 111 i t-.v-i nly-oi -Farm.
Fi, : I nr. 1 I'lr, ! J
thintr l he av l.'.ol n.i I aivv -vs to h
(Uscour.i :. ;; the true trot, lu w hich flu
animal movi s naturally ainl with f i !e
tloiilei s ;.:lt. whil lie- thilil Is know I
ns tho llylti:: ti it. or nt s;i l jc . 1 1 1 . 'I l.i
true trot, ef cicn - e. is the trot that t!.!?
mare must nttahi if he noulil have hel
ttivim!Kheil in th" tlili'ileot Kalts
When this Is iieio.iipii-li"! and It h
I'MUallv us e i - a I !" w ;!ij'n ; i :ili tl:
next Is tho can:".-. s. i u il'oo. aui
the hoise s'loi l I .o rro.n the walk m
trot ci'!:cr t: the canter at - ill of the
rider. The ri:Jit fo.-.' ley sho.il.l I it
made to v fiirvvanl lir-t, or, rather, tt
take the h a.i. In trahiinj; lor tiiis j;ait
the Inn:' i.lioi ld I i- lo-;x well in ham!
hy the l-!t ::!id while l.ei:. uru'-d f r
ward I. end tin head slightly iu the op
posito tion from w !i. ii the fure U'ji
is t le 1, nnd with :'. very little prnc
tlce tho horse will uinievstatid from tht
leaning of the hind what U wanted
and strll.e a-i nn;, u.iittral canter. II
an out i'.n I o ;t illop Is reii'iired. when
the herso i.i .I;i s the li:st leap forward
with forefoot. Wei ;iiii!ed and you
see thai h-1 uu !-rstn ud-i what Is re
qui re. I ;!o him his head slightly and
urno him i.i i. nil sli! Li-e.iter effort.
'1!:,- I'lituro In ll.iir 1I0111.
Huiiii!i.i--lyi.i Mi- v.itio.u o;ilnion
now i:il'.:i'o!e i-i luio-h.-t circl -.i, Itreeil
er's (lii. tle o '.iius thrt - views of tie
futuie in ho 'mil: -"O:.', fin a na 1 1 n
from I'acl.ln: town, Is tli.it a sharp de
cline lu values Is nss ir.-d whenever tht
summer ru.i of Vrnss widows' Is cut
loos,-. It Is i n IhU supply that killer?
nre liiuiklu.' their hope of lilllm cellarn.
Another view Is In the jiermanency ol
present prices, which the country ap
pears to I'harc. It is luiseil on llk'hl
storks. 1 1 r: cot demand and iK-nres that
Imili-at ii i,oi i ii'l sicnnier run. There
Is a third clone, it ih.it stnl.es lt.s repu
tation on tin materialization of the
seveji cent ho.', ii sistini? Unit If puck
ers nliMUilnui'il their present hand tc
mouth attitude prices would Jump BC
cents per hundredweight. Flickers fa
vor lower prices for both hojjs and
product, llo; product Is now Helling
dangerously near the limit or disposi
tion of the con inner t' pay."
, iln i I liirr.K Alfalfu.
Spring sD'.vti alfalfa needs to he run
over wllh a i:io..ei e.i ry three or foui
weeks to keep the weeds down. Tlie
C-Utter har should he set hlsh, and the
mowing shtiuhl he done only when the
alfalfa Is dry and there Is no appear
ance of rain. Auuust sown alfalfa doei
not need to he touched the first season,
fttock should he kept off alfalfa until II
Is a year old at least, ami If It Is doHlr
ahlu to maintain il stand on it Held foi
ten to lifted! years stock should hfl
kept off until It has passed Its. third
year.- II. M. Cottivll.
Il-ni-l)l of n li-nu llnrnyurd.
Keep the hariiynrd freo from ma
nure uud house llien will ho fur less
troublesome. To remove dally the
freshly made minium to the held or
pasture serves a double purpose llrst,
the maximum value of tin manure la
secured; second, that household pest,
the fly. Is largely avoided.
Oootl Nh-ei ltoulr (iood I'ucture.
Mutton breeds of hliecji do not de
pend on waste lauds anil hillsides to
become prolltablc. (iood sheep require
l,rool puuturtti uud puy vell.
. , , -. i ' "l ' i .
J. IV Richmond.
M, Uioiuu .u.l " '"i 1 1:1 '"' 1
lllv, i,7, it. Alleehauv iV.mtv
Now Yolk, an ) move, I Item then
to low .i w licit, lu- v In -it-1 I"'"-;
nn.l iu tss" ui"i..l m,';i A'i''
Flinti Tl.cv moM'.l I K.ni.c
whole he lim: .hi ' f"r
yctus, ami in I s''' I ()u'
Ron where lie l-'ok up Ins na.le ,i
cheese tucket, .in I " "" ' I
oaipontct w.-tk, nwvme. f. l'olf;: t
(Imvo in i'-'":1. "heic his t imilv ,i 1
ICsiilc He Was HCCi.lel.ta'lv klll' d
TuoH.hv lln- ,.V.th "I S'l . "'"'''j
woikitu: .it the Hn.wn I, umbel 0-
lie has alv i been mi r '
wink. I in th" cl"H,'!i mid ! "
last ten cais I us .e( t. an I ' i
the I'tcs'l'VUiiau Choich, ! itu; "'
ol the foicmost of 111 il ' I n"'11
his sturdy woik f"t the woh uc of
the pi 'l'h'-
He leaves a i - i . . -. n:id I mi
childtcn, Mt-s N't ' U .i 'H'l I -
Itikm.g a s cel. 1 1 itiit-t '' 'I c'i; aln-tl.
lint is at the heel 1. 1 tK- I oeiinuuni
Illtislnited Show v' inp.ur, "I
which his lather Ins i-ecii a tin m
l-t-r, Mrs. Auk s of Vo..U,uni. an i
l iva, a young nil I f eleven.
The I'lticllll scrvii-c- we.- , on
diKiol hv the t'hl l'di" vs -111,1 K
hckahs, l'asiot l u ia' i"i
the tmieral Petition. A : ' .mo
l ullilul man h i- r-uo to the , m
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o, 1,1 11 , , i I
W I'. .lohllMlil id the til III . i
lVa:ec ami Johns n. ha-. '-"M 'i!
all his iutctest in the M te.u-.t;i :
husincss to Lis j i t i Thomas.
Tcatce. Accounts due sa il him
ptior to Sept. 1st will he c .;!,--te.l .
hy V. '. .Johiisiin "t 'lie -in. is
I'carec at their place ol 1'n-itn s,.
Til, uu ! s 1 'i i : e .
UAIM.Y I I I : N i . 1 1 mill,
or boy, man ..r 'A.'iu.r: i- .i. 'v
out ot pull! if I'll. -Men's l ill v s.llve
is applied pri uiipt ly ' .1. W.l-li...
Ttio iiishii. Ml' h . su "I mi' it lu
inv family f-r cut -. si. :e in.-! ill -k i.
injuries, nnd tiud it peiln t.' . i ' '
Pile cure known. l'..-t lie , Ii '.i . v e
Iiliide. -.'"cat 1 1 1 , i i - I 'Ii u m.iiv
Il!itnmu' ks ot all lotnN at ah h
,V I.i son's. Let .Mm! f"l s nt
home keep o.'ol in th" !: ii'in.uek
u the ileuT CiUl t i.f the t.ite ,.r
Oregon for lie- County Lion-
Abnei K. r-riidniy. I'lilutii!. v
ILirvey I'.. Smith ami ('I n i I- il
Sini t Ii ." .ti-fi-Ji l.i lit-.
To I In rvcy I I. Mn ' Ii 1 1 . 1 i : a
Hell Smith, ih h lela tit
I II t he ll.tllie of the St a . ( i -''
You lire hereby iciiilr. i t . . ,i ; .pe ,i
and nnsvvci the cninpl.iii.! 1 I.'.
timiillSt .M.I I 1 11 t he above i III i I I d - . . '
within six week- f,..in ihc in
lieu I h ill of this rum tie in . :i n . I : I v ei
fail so to answer, Im vv .ml t h. o-,,! : le
pl.iinl III' will take judim-nt nndd-'
croc n Kal i ist y ou a-, pi ay e l Im i - nol
OlUpluilll, V i till- I he '"I 'i . .H ii,
tin! luortnn;ro 14'ivcn by Voil to . Iiin
I Iff .1 line -.,-lld l'"l"., to -e.iiie v.eir
proiulsory note of said date tn p uu
tiff for the Hiini of fL'u:t wit h Inter..- 1
lit s per cent per annum and t h it the
hinds desci li'cd in said innrlv lir
sold to pay and satisfy the .-1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
duo 011 sanl noli' with niter, -t. co-t.-.
iueludiu attorney s fee- mid . I i-lmi -e
iiicntri of suit.
This summons Is serv ed by publi
Ciltioll thereof for six mioeos.jve vv i-ek-.
In the I'.ohelilhl N liquet by order of I.
T. Harris, Judie d - nd cutiit made , u
1 he '.'It h day of Kcpicmber, I'toi;, .m l
is pulillsheil the lirs t lime 111 sai l
papl'l oil the -.'Ii' Il l ly of Sep'elliber,
A . II. Win t;i. 1:11.
Attorney for l lalntifl
Ill the ( ilenit Coin I of the Stat" .
On K'oii for the county of l.aia.
Lewis (Jlciis pluintill, v- The
Crystal Ci iiisolldn led Minim,' Cniii
pati.v, a corpora 1 ion, M. F. Wyatl,
,). II. Willai'd, Noah Koifuiaii, .louii
II. lihiltiier, Daniel Snapp uud
Daniel K. Snapi, t ru-tee, defendants.
To .Noah Kofftnaii, John II. I'.lat
tner, Daniel Snapp nnd Daniel K.
Snapp, trustee, ilefendiints above
You and each of you are hereby ie
l ulred to iippear'and answer thecnin
plaint lili'd ueain-t you In I heibuv e
entitled suit, on or befole six weeks
from t he (Into of the fust publication
of t his si 1 in in 1 ins, and If you fail so to
appear and answer said complain!
for want thereof, the plaintiff will
apply to the court for the relief de
liii:i.iled therein, t - - w i t : Judgment
aahiHt the defendant, the Crystal
Com inhibited M i 1 1 1 1 1 v oiupativ, f' l'
the sum of Four Hundred Muety-llve
(r.:i()U dollars with interest there.. a
at tho rate of six Hi) per cent per
annum from I ho loth day of Api il.
I'.IOtl, and for the further sum of live
($5.00) dollars for preparing uud re
cording said lieu, and for tho I'm I her
Hum of lifty ($.'ii).nOi dollars 11I toi ney
fees, for the Idi-ccIuhui e of the lien sol
up iu plaintiffs complaint upon the
property therein described, to-wit:
''The Mountain Lion ""The Kleal.i
do," "The Heckv Shaip", "The 1'iiai
Tuck" and "Tho K nickei boekci ''
mining clalnis, all situated in the p.o
hemla Mining Jist 1 let , in l.iine
County , Oreu'on, together w ith Hie
stamp mill, sawmill and machinery
of every kind and description situ
ated on said iniiiiiic; claims connected
therewith or appurtenant thereto,
nnd asking' that ku'uI properly be
sold by tlie Sheriff of Lane County,
Oregon, iiceord'nn tn law and the
practice of this (Joint, and that the
procoeddof such sale, after deducting
tho costs uud I'Xpuili-A'H of this plo-
Ihc privicy ol your homo Thccomforts ol a club
The luxury of a first class hotel.
n iilv hehM".'n St r.tulMiiiiieoplis, Putjct Sound :i wl l,t!orme.
' . n .1 ...... 1 1...
tliatc Points via the
I ,,, , ' nli I liifui Milt h Ml,
, ,, ,, V ii
':, S Dakot.i sails
Livery Feed & Sale;
Potts A: Powell, Prop.
,.,;,'; ', ... 1 .m l h.o i:'" of
. i . I i pp.i. I I" the pay men I
,.'! 1 ia be- I l.i .nt ill as uf. ,t e .;od
, i . I .list. ut - he n's and at
..- i,.-v t . .11 i t ha! t i- ih lend.int.s
i.. i ..f I I., 1.1 - f 'level' b u ie.
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' ! . : , .1 , . j .', : r 1 1. 1 pr. Ill l-.es
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,., , . p- ! : . -.1 it i'ai 1 n,;hl 1 I e.leein,
, 1 1 , 1 1 1 I . . t j I 1 1 ; 1 ! 1 ' have ie h ot le-r and
1 1 1 ! hi 1 : 1 , 1 ; . 1 , 1 1 1 the Coin t may
M i'ln J , t I.I t in I I ' lelse-v
I M -.1 1 1 'i 1 r. 1 is pi I i Ule-d onee
. .1' b We. n fi-r - l S.I. I. M-lve WeekslU
;e I'. .l.i i 11 l.i ..-..'. .1 vv cek ly lie . s-i-ip.
r "I iii'ial 1 Ireulatl'iu, Ji'ib
Ii It. d at I 'Oiii.-e I i l iV e, HI l.Hle
( '. 111 .i t v . 1 in-', .ii. by order . d II oil. L.
T. II 01 1 i. din I-.-- 1 f the above on
III e l I icirt. w-neli ord 'f U'lir
.,i!e!l.i, l.'lh .lay of Mpteiuber.i ni;.
I . 1 T . ..!i,r-' p'll.i.e ilti'ill. viptell.er,
I I I I.
S 1 .1 .1 A Po l I I i: ,
1 1 . .in.-, b .1 I'lalut ilT.
1 1 vi i:l 1: 1 . N D. t 1 .11 m: .1. is.'s
Mi I l I! I 'll: I I F.LIC VTKiN
I ii.led Mat.-, l.au I ( Kli. e.
I, 1 . I. ; 1 ' I l-e , S. p' , , I 1 M.
N 'i''e is 1 1 1 1 I , . , i, (hit 111 ' an
pli III' e V, 1 1 1 1 1 he pi . 1 , , e .11 s I if I l.o ail
1 it ( '"I :: 1 1 .1 11 lie ', 1 ' Vs, elit i I led
"Ail .:. ! !"l ! I.. .lie ,,( I puber la lei . Ill
tile -' it.- ul I '.die . I nia . I lli'oll, Ne
va I.i. r '1 W a i. 111. 'ton l'.i 1 1 1 . a y ," as
-. h.!ed to ol; the F iblie ' Land
"'t.iti-s l.v art .d Au-ii' t I, s'i',
I II AM i: I. MnliSS,
"f ul t.i .'e 1 , 1 . . e, C.,. , ,r Dane, St.iii -1 or
!' 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 v i "f 1 lo-ouu, ban tins day
lib- I in tin .lln hr- su' l ll stalrllii'lit
N ' . 7 a 1 1 , 1 . 1 1- (he pinch. is- of the SV
m: ,s. si : i, w ,,1 s. e pi, in dm n
hip.V..Jl -. Can,'.. ... :; Y, W. , , and
w id oiler pr ,1,: in sh .i.v that the land
-"'ilil is ia te v,,iuabe ..r its timber
or ii than f ir ac 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 at al pur-
' "ii i ' .-al.l, Ii he claim o
viid land b"Hie V . '. C.dkin ', I ' . S.
Coiniiii sio-ier, a' h. - 1 .H ire 11 1 Lugono,
Ofei; ill, nil Tli'- d.lv , I he l ,.IV of
l' ei'labcr, PlIJi,.
Si ic n;i ae-H 11s vv 1 1 ue -e -, :
-laan-s N. Wallai e, .Inlni ; Cooley,
loliliC. Wall. t"e, .lain s Llineba ug'h,
if Cot I ;i;;n ( i I ov e, I ll'enoli.
Any nnd nil persons claiming nd-
vei-ely t he alinve ilei-i ibed lands ate
leipieste I I., ,e .jr rlallns III this
on .11 or hofniv -,ai l Ith iliiv of De-
I'.l M VMI I. I :i,i , ;. eiMer.
A FOOLISH PLAN
Ho 1...,, 1 ,( null....-..!,,.,. aa August Mower
qC.ui.'.tip.itioi, i:, the iculi of iudiccMion
hi ioiiM.es.. llatulen, y ,e ,,f ..nprtite1
w-lf puis.,,,,,,.,, anemia, cm ,. iati,!,!, rii
add, laaiMl;.,-, j x,.1,i,i .Ml(s ()f ,,lt
Bysteui eatairhal i all, ,, ,, , , (lf Ull. ;
li:.tuial canal ,in,l ,,,, ajl
Hit ids that ,ol,l,.t hs,,!,-!,..,,,, il'thc)
I'Mlot liually lot, v,Ut.f hie it:'. 1
1 1 in hound ill the bowel:," is a coin
inoll fxp,cs:.i,.f p,,,,c W, 1(,U
ti.ibi.-aii.l me i,,, ,.,(,1,. h j ,
Jvh; t a I H ! : -.1 1 pi,,,,, whi'ii nature could
e "Li d V the ., ,' V,,' August
1 lowu, which is n. tun 'sown icinedy'loi
coii'.tipnt.iii, . ,i .,11 ..to mail, ills.
flA'-.'.iist F!", ,- ..iv,-H new lil to the
nvet and i,:M.i, , healthy stools. ' ,
Slwo:,i.e,, , M, AU U:.UKBis
I Mies. etc.. in Idle
I ' . tt!-'.
tor the Orient Oct ?(
y M istsippi lu, pinb. ! u til
ente.l vviitii'in in the m -a ..j Mrs. -William
l ". I v 1 1 'Tii,t. a ,,f whom
tlir mate is pistlv 'i 1 1 Uu th
occasion of the lin-t Si. ,1. .niui tl
Symposium at Sti'.'.; .:! -.t: Av"ti. t
I'illl.itl'l. he leiiil. M i 1 i.ek-1'tnm !
fioui ''Kiii John ' -v I. n li wa
ui'-K h prtiiscl. .She t' 'tu.iti of i
JneisiSsi csiti iippcu ih , '.1 litjjl'lj
eulti viitod ainl ilcs.-ivi :lv o;ntlar. :
W'onrin's Miioaiii", Nrv Ymk ;
.1. S. Medley. .1 1 ' .biliimiiti
Jlcrflet V Johnsin,
1 1 oriii-Vs at la u
ttflice Snitr.i Ittnl. ;(,,
Special attention kImu " MlnltiK
and 1 1 irporat Ion 1 .11 w
J. E. YOUNG
OIll.'u nil Main illi'i l. , , !
CoTTAUK (iloivi:, OKI'.
H. C. MADSEN,
Watch m ki:r.
Ui'1'HlrliiK ul 1 not I lu i-finno .
All w.nk Kiinmulri'il Unit rlni.
VVl..i..,( liii'ka mi l .Inuulry m I
COTl'AfiK (il'.OVI-:, (Mil-:.
S II i l l fi
' 1 1 Mem in l tun vnn idh
oii uu uii't Kjy
1111 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 11
All tlin Iiili'nttri'iitiiii'iiti.
I Ordinary Cases $12 per Week.
Knr further nii'tloiil.iri iiiMn-ss
Dr. II. C. .SC'IILKi:i'.
ARRIVAL AND OtHARIURt Of 8 P- TRAINS.
NllllTU iiouno '' " .i1
No. -i l:.'D p. in. No. II .-.'.'um
No. Ill ii.itt a. in. Nu. il.. IB
0. & S. E. IL li.
Time ruble No,
To tuko effect April IM. 1W'1-
KiiMt lloaiiil H mnl 4 TaoHilny W. Il'"1""1
Mini HhI only.
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All outwtird frolght Inrvvanlml only id tbd
Jul n t rink til Did iii.ur mnl ooniilKau. . ,, .,.
HIhko lunvuit Vtll.lwiieil n(lur tlm 'r ' "
(ruin on Moiihiy. VVtuliiumlHyi n"J '.VwJ.
hir lliiiiilu Hint Orsci'ii. UeliiinlnK "ii u,r
iuin, i iiiirHiutyit hiiii Miiiirnii vn. . u K
1' ii'lnlit will not hu rei'ulvi'il nt the ' ,v
II. U. ln,int aliur ! p. in- To Iiimiiu "M.
bin nil imxt II hi a frulKlil iniiHt In, ilel v"U'i
miiplo lliuu tn I'orinit ol il tii'liiK I'lHu'l
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