Cottage Grove echo=leader. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Or.) 18??-1895, December 08, 1894, Image 2

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    T
Cw
ltasre Grove Echo-Leader.
Do you take
W ebfoot
Planter?
Tn Southern Indiana drought
- ; assuming an alarming extent.
is
CLAY AND LIFE.
Portland Sun: When a bright,
promising young person dies, all
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.
Dollars in your
pocket to reac* people within his or her range of
Y01
;
the
W
ebfoot
Planter.
! acquaintance mourn. This, possi-
E . P . T H O R P , - - E D IT O R .
The Florida orange crop this year j bly more than anything else, proves
is excellent. They expect to ship the brotherhood of humanitj,
.
1894- 1 5,000,000 boxes.
i Yesterday a governor’s only son
'
,
was buried. Because the father is a
Thp Efhn-Irtller is fhp fost M ' r
Tb)ere are 10 dlv0IC.e a ,
tW? governor makes the event no better
int tin« n e w e r is ine nesi beCKYi murder cases on the circuit c°urt ^or wor8e; u„ Iuore Uor less sorrow -«
Invalid 3 Years,
Cu**ed by Hood’s
GUERNSEY CATTLE
The Guernsey breed originated on
one of the Channel islands, near the
, coast of France. The island lies
near the island of Jersey, whence
! came the Jersey cattle. The Guern-
! sey.i are a sister breed to the Jersey,
j although they have been kept clear
! and distinct for a hundred years,
j Like the Jersey, they have been
Tneir dis­
i lned for butter alone.
docket of Douglas county.
ful; yet, bucauae the boy’s father
tinguishing characteristics are
s
follows: Iu color they are usua y
The managers o f the Pendleton has been and is a prominent man in
lemon dun with plenty of w in e
scouring mill presented each m a r- 1 this stale and on this coast— a man j
China would look well hitched on
¡splashes; nearly always with a three
ried man in their employe with a who has served the people of this
to Japan.
I cornered white spot in the foiehead
Thanksgiving turkey.
state well and faithfully, in spite of |
and a light, mealy muzzle. In size
When the body of a Mohammedan
The majority against woman suf-
clamoring
and
coriupting
the cows will aver g
ii.iout 2lMl
is prepared for burial a sealplock is
frage in Kansas was 35,000.
Mrs tongues more peop e no ice am
| pounds mo e than the Jersey,
left on top o f his cranium whereby
Lease stood too long “ iu the middb remark upon t 11 s JDUt i s ■ e, 1 mil
though we do not consider this au
the angel of the resurrection can of the road.” The g ood
people would be case if it a>
een . 0
! advantage in a dairy cow. They
lift him out of the grave.
seem to have
invited her on the I only son of a farmer or a hodcamer.
| give very rich milk which almost
sidewalk
•
The cases are equally sad, equally
universally is of a high color, the
commendable; th»re are no words “ C. T. lTooJ & Co., Lowell. M ass.:
W hile Southern planters are pro-
’’ Gentltm en:—I am glad to tell you that I most so of any breed.
In il sposi
posing to reduce the acreage o f;
The pickle crop is reported short j to
the genuine domestic
haw 1 .en given good health by H ood’ s ’ion they are very quiet an . g«u
cotton E gypt is increasing it.
This ! a11. ove^ ‘ h® w° rldl C. h lC a l ? haH t sorrow of either kiug or peasant;
Sarsaparilla. F o r three years I was au in­
the bulls showing ugly ten en, i .
it
is
over 3 per
cent I 9UP£ed 260 car loads of pickles to tho graTe c iaim , its own; we earth
valid, suffering terribly from
th e well-bred specimens i
io .
greater than last year, and reaches
^
to EuroPe’ and pickles,, wonus who still retain the unex-
Nervousness and Lameness,
- - - - - - knutars.
before they grow again, wil' be piftiut,d and unknown principle th t “ I was so nervous :I could uot bear the least breed compare very favorably - i: I.
5,500,000
j marked among the scarce luxuries, j lg cayej y fe can on]y bonder, and
Boise, and I bad tn walk with crutches for the Jerseys in milk and butler pro­
six months, as I coa id not put one o f my feet ducing qualities.— H oards
Dairy­
The best advice that can be given
The Oklahoma girl who was hug- ^ ed a tBar a°d ‘say:
“ We are
to the floor. Physicians did not do me any man.
to workers of all classes is to avoid «
by a bear and had three ribs dumb; we open not our mouth, be-
Paper in Lane County.
good, so a friend told me to get H ood’s Sar­
“ As old p
the hill- ’ an
never exce
ed. “ T rie,
and proven
is the verdict
o f millions.
Simmons
Liver R egu­
lator is the
o n l y Liver
aud Kidney
medicine to
which y o u
can pin your
faith for a
cure.
A
m i l d laxa­
tive,
and
purely veg­
etable, act­
ing directly
on the Liver
and
Kid
neys. Try it
Sold by all
Druggists in Liquid, or in Powder
to be taken dry or made into a tea.
B etter
Than
LEWI S & BURKHOLD&lh
D E A LE R S IN
General Merchandise
W O O L, HIDES A N D FURS,
Lumber, Shingles and
P ills
T h e K in g o f L iv e r M e d icin e s .
“ I h a v e used y o u r S im m on * L iver Resru-
1a:or an d ca n co n scie n tio u s ly say it is t lie
• v 'o f a ll liv e r m e d icin e s. I con sid er it a
•• licin e chest in itself.—G eo . W . J a c k *
o n . T a com a, W ash in gton .
Grain.
- gl
Agents for the sale of the
THU ILL
OREGON
LEM A IT
A ll F re e .
strikes. It is ro t a good time to broken ought to take the lecture cu8e Tbou dl ,st ,t<"
saparilla, hut
strike. Better times are coming, „in fo rm . “ What I know about
Governor Peunoyer has been a
Those who have
Dr. K. ll - .k
I Said There Was No Use.
P A C K A G E -« »
D o the best you can and hslp them j squeezing” would be a subject | «cefnl, helpful noble man in this “ However, after thinking the matter over, I de­ New Discovery km W t> V -lili*. . <!
W S " '0 * * '
tie Z S ta m p in r e d o n w r a u n e r
W
lit*
ll»v«
tl(
cided
to
give
It
a
trial,
and
have
taken
six
those
who
have
not,
along.
which would throng the largest ball 'forthwest region. After all the
bottles o f H ood’ s Sarsaparilla, and the re­ porlunily to try it Fi r* v
i ' all . ii the
=
: with the fair sex.
; -,b es and filings and small shots o f ,
sult is that I am well as any one could wish advertised Druggist m 1 g t a i*ti 1
Thirty-si names H ie enrolled 111
Corbett fears th« accident by
| envy or malice or prejudice have
to her And can do any Lind ol work. 1 ad­
Yamhill oiiiity as L d :an war '<t-
Bottle, Free Sen.I y nil! turni ¿i
which Fritzsimmons killed Con
Forty-seven ele-cHio railways in beeu exhausted, his record will rise
vise all my friends to take H ood 's Sarsapa­
address to H. E. Bu u-ktcii & 1 ’ , ! i IHIIN.
ltiordan at a sparriug exhibition in ; *be country are mail routes, and this ()p i uluinjouslv f s one of the best
rilla for I believe It will do them good.“
cago, and get h i ►:i tuple box of D
a theater mav
inju e e the “ profes- :»°d e of transporting post-oflice aud truest Oregon's GoverTTm-R. ' “ 'UWms Si-SIE D o d so n , Colton. California.
y luju
\ number of Japanese witnin
King’s N. w Elf. fill - F re. a- w 1
sion’’ o o f f prize
prize fighiing.
fighdug. It ie to be matter is becoming more and mor We pay this tribute to him now, be­
cu
n
liver
tils,
constipation,
Head’s Pills
i
1
>
1
v
peti’ ;i.ned the Emperor to id.
a
copy
of
(Jui
L
to
I
1
.1
h
oi l .1
popular. It is particularly availa­ cause he deserves it. Others will bl'iJW ^ w^xundl lice, si.’.k headache, Indigestion,
hoped it will.
e.
All
of
w
in
il
1
low
them
to j. in hi- .¿rin as act v
ble between large cities and subur­ pay it to him wheu be, like his boy
OLD O i t G i i - n G M A D E NEW. guar nted to do good and cos:
soldiers.
A correspondent to the
The Indian Territory is our dark , ban lowns. The longest electric uow, is “ still and cold in death.’
nothing. J. A. Benson Druggist.
and bloody ground because the j mail roads is 18 miles,
London Daily Chronicle c imments
He bus his faults— who has uot?
We are pleased to announce to our
Recently the Yamhill County readers that we have made arrange­ ns follows ou the report, which is
civilized
white desperadoes w h o ; In Oregon we can have green But The Sun confesses that it today
Horticultural
Society
met
at
White-
ments to furnish The Prairie Farmer certainly amusing, though not at all
haunt it make it dangerous. Clean COi-n for Thanksgiving day. Riley is a sincere mourner at the grave of
them out. The Indian on his own i Cooper brought a basket full of a youth who might have been a use­ kon. Prof. Geo. Cotte was present o f Chicago and the E c h o - L e a d e r t o
fanners for only $2 a year for cash. incredible: “ Picture a Jap maiden
ground puts the white man to the splendid large ears of green corn, ful aud poweiful element in our so­ I and opened the program with a The Praire Fanner is the brightest,
j very interesting talk on tho above cleanest and freshest agricultural pa- in the thick of the fight,” he says.
blush.
; and the table o f the editor of the cial life.
i mentioned topic. As there are | uer of the day. It lias complete de- | “ Her kimono is well tucked up from
i Independence West Side, was re­
many old orchards in this section pariments for every member of th her little dimpled feet, her obi bul­
W hat arc the silver men about plenished with the luxury of green
OF
POUL-
COST OF A POUND
j which might be improved oy follow- family It has new Editors, and
that they don t send a deputation to i corn on Thanksgiving dav.
special writers of national promi ges with cartridges; a knapsack
TRY.
! ing Mr. Cotte’s suggestions, tho fol- nence. It is now read in more than
Japan to ask the Mikado to demand
his indemnity in silver coin ? That
The most wenderful of all the dis
I lowing brief resume of his remarks 100,000 farmers’ homes each week. weighs down her pretty brown
is the wav to do something for sil- ! covered villages inhabited by the
The Poultry Keeper says on this is taken from the Yamhill County Our readers will want it for the coin­ shoulders, and a plumed helmet
ing year. Don’t miss the Thanks- crushes her elaborate, sweet-scented
ver. It would start every silver iace of cliff dwellers is said to have subject: The cost of a pound ot Reporter, in hopes that the E ch
■
. . i „ . ‘ „ a i „ .„ « 1 k -
t iv in g and C h ristm as numbers. The
mine in America.
i been foun,i in 8 canyon in the Brad- poultry meat depends very much on T
L eader readers will profit by the in_, regular subscription price of The coiffu re!” Then again. “ A sword
. , - „ -i
.
.
sbaw Mountains.
Tho canyon has
the mode of management and the formation:
Prairie Farmer alone is £1 00 a year spanks roughly against the warm
Lawyers and wage earning bar- three terraces, and the number of food used, the same as with any
“ He said many people did not ap j This offer will close December 31
limb where bright-eyed children
keepers are not allowed to be mem-j houses is estimated to be 260.
other class of stock. It is well preciate the importance of this sub­ 1894.
Produce taken in exchange for G-ooc
bers
of the Knights o f Labor
Bishop F. D. Huntington (Episco- known that the yield of milk from a ject. Scattered all over the Willam­
The present season has been very have been wont to gently clin g: a
organ'zation. But they
can c o n - j paj ^ 0f Syracuse, N. Y , who is him cow is regulated by the extent and ette valley were orchards tho people discouraging
to fruit growers. great coarse gun chafes the soil arm
sole themselves by the reflection i S8]f a pretty stiff
high churchman, quality of the pasture and the regarded as old. They were plant­ The outlook, ns the season closes, is and softer breast— the breast where­
that they can bo members of every- surprised many high churchmen bv amount of grain consumed. The ed thirty or forty years ago an i becoming blighter. The shipments
thing
else, even churches a n d ' making an address the other even­ ost is not estimated upon the ] were really youug orchards. H al­ of Fresh Hungarian aud Italian at laughing yellow babies have slept
boards o f education.
ing before the Christian Workers’ amount of food, but by a compari­ ler speaks of an apple tree a thous­ prunes to the East have generally and dreamed soft dreams aud learn
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j convention in the First Presbyterian son with tho receipts from the pro­ and years old, grown iu a climate sold at fair prices. The prospect ed the three great lessons of Japan­
Christian nations o f the : chutch, of Svracuse.
duct. No certain quantity of food similar to ours. The reason that so now is that cured prunes will sell ese life— to Vie happy, to be court­
earth should d o something more
can be estimated as a daily allow- j many o! the Oregon orchards ap for a cent more per pound than eous, to be beautiful and artistic.”
This is the way the Milton Eagl*
than “ protest” against the Turkish
ance, for the reason that something pear old and dilapidated is because ! they sold for last year, and there
We hope for their own sweet sakes,
of
its contemporary:
atrocities in Armenia. It is time spenks
depends upon the condition of the ! of neglect of proper care and culti-1 are ten inquiries for Oregon and
‘
While
chasing
a
dog-salmon
on
the
the
quaint, almond eyed damsels
that the unspeakable Turk was
fowls. If warmer shelter is provid- j ration. Lack of manuring is one oi | Washington prunes now to one at
taught a nineteeneth-century lesson, green-sward Sunday our contem ed in winter of course the cost will j the most prominent causes of deter-j this time last year, Evaporated " ’ill be sternly refused any s ich pa
and if he won’t learn it any other ponu’V ran a barbed- wire fence into be lessened, as a smaller amount of | ioration. It is necessary to return j apples are sellin
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higher than | triotic— or
patri-idiotic— perform­
way it should be shot into him.
bis cranium, lacerating that part of
crea-1 something to the soil for what is an usual. Choice winter apples will ance. The Chinese soldier is uot-
food
will
be
necessary
for
____________
j his anatomy to such an extent that
tion of animal beat. The hens must 1 Dually taken away in order to main- j sell at fair to good prices, depend- distinguished
for chivalry.
He
In Ohio a farmer painted his the v< heels and other machinery
first warm themselves before they tain thrifty growth and obtaiu fin»- ing upon their keeping qualities.—
would
uot
hesitate
to
shoot
at
Miss
house white. It rained before the contained thereiu were exposed to
~
Northwest.
can be productive, and the food tiruit Some horticulturists thinks Rural
paint was dry, and the rain carried | view.”
Jap if she came against him in mdi-
must be regulated to fit the require­ that manuring impairs the health of
plenty of white lend into the cistern.
One of the teachers in tho Pen- ments. It is estimated that ea h trees by stimulating too rapid
tary guise.
T h e T o le d o W e e k ly B la d e .
Thou they all drank the water, and j ,f 1 ^ton public schools expresses a pound o f poultry will cost five cents, growth. It might be true of vour *
Of the now nearly twenty thousand L
six members of the family are dy - 1 decided opinion to the effect that but there may be mismanagement orchards but not so with old o n , a . regular publications in the United),,
Wiilie to inform those who are con tent plat ing UuiMing in 1 1 .< (»ring t«» hand
SALE ON FORE-
ing. It requires some sense to keep ; the proposed minimum age limit of | which will cause the expense to He had experimented with different States, there are but two or tlirey (•SHERIFF’S
in their orders for lumber n« w. «o th» y wan 1 m
| 5
weekly newspapers published f<»r
alive, even in Ohio.
119 years for ladies and 21 is not j ara0unt to double that 6um. We kinds of fertilizers and obtains
CLOSURE
■^periil circulation in every state ar
~Z.
, .
’ proper, but tb it 17 or 18 would be are alt williug to allow a maximum bast I'etuHa-frouSbamvard’ mauure 1 territory, and of these the Teledbl Notice Is hereby given that by virtue el an
execution duly issued out of the Circuit Court
,, A ^ c e tte L o l o ^ o jy n p le J u r n e d the right ng_ J or young ladies to cost provided there is a good vield
Proper pruning is the next step,
, - ..
t . . -»
, ,
*•*>! the State of Oregon, for the County of Lane,
the-r^K
e r T o gold begin to teachk She thinks if ev e r., of egg8 f r0m the flock. A flock that j to the restoration of an old orch;
popular or them all. It is the oldest, f on tile ¡¿util day of November, 18#4, on a judg- Willi s n v kind of lumber you 1111 y wish, w’oieh will then I k - te.dv, sm f• «u
rendered in haul court on the 3i»t day of
mining,
c uipuu 01 ine yeno
then certainly i t that age one would j pays nothing entails a total loss. If Pruning means thinning out pTV best known, and has the largest c ir -r
won’t have to wait.
rmlitir.n r Form
m* ttnin
th-in tueuty-tlvc
tar cm it «7 Hv/x l'October,
161 si.vcll
*4, ft >r (»T)
the H
U 1 U w-iou,
of BCV
ell hundred
inema
or m.irv
alK, thl’ru,
and
rtoltars.
wiih
be matul’e
mature eni^
enough
to begin
begin teaching
teaching : e e [len
ben 8hould
should lay
lay two
two eggs
eggs each
each perly. He did not recommend too culiitiqn
1 Ulv
U ^ r in M e
f W k ! j be
g h to
v cars it has been a regular visitor huereat Uicrutiii from tiir said Slat ilay o f O c to - |
-
wonderfuîly.
m y. At
iii, Cripple
v/rippie '-‘ Creek
reeh but
__ 1 . in winter, ~u„
—,„ u ____
but that
that normal
normal school
school tmininp-
training o ol f 1 —
week
she „ 1 should
more _ severe cutting back. He hurt usee to every portion of the Union, and it Ixr, isos, ai ilie rate of toll (HI) I»r cent O ’-’Cl0TS From a Distance Piomptlv Attended To
the monthly output is $800,000,
is
w
e
ll
L-novvn
nr
m
-u
r
v
o
n
e
o
f
t
lm
I
P«r
auuuiii,
and
for
Uiu
sum
of
one or two years should be requisite 1 tbSn pay all her expenses,
no means of removing moss from
-
L
i
n .
? m
. alxt, (« 0 . 0 ») dollars, allorne> fees and tile fur-
and the indications are that the in securing a certificate.
'
the trees, but found that by opeu- sixty thousand odd post offices of the ther sum o f live (D.oo) aud 40-100
Ci untry. I f is made especially for dollars
costs,
in a
suit
iu said
next year's output of that district
' od
| ing rite lops and letting iu tho sun- f a r n ilv read i : 1 «*• I t firivos t h o w o r k !
i cuiirt, wherein A. I.. 1 oil ins wjin plaintiiT. and
T he P a in s o f K neum ittisin
will be between twelve and fifteen
Thu Peculiar and
irresistible
U -.
• r ' 1
e l
,0
0 ,1 i K. Dut> and M ra h U otv , Ills wue werr defend-
j light, moss disappeared. Orchards each week, in such condensed for m as I ants, and against said defendants, it. L>ot\, and
uKEf.i.V
millions.
charm of Mary Ellen Lease is one of j According to the he: t authorities,
1 U l i AUE ( t KOVK,
w ill save read lug scores of pages o l j saraii Out.», ins wife, and on a decree o f'F o r e -
the problems over which Kansas edi- originate iu a morbid condition of the ! or occasional trees that bear itiferi d it ilv tu rn e rs t o i7et le<s; i n f i r n : i 1 i. .n i closure aud ord er ot bale rendered in said suit,
• : C4)uiiiuuidihii Ule m urder to satisfy »aid JudKI
acid, enused
Lactic acid,
enused by the j or fruit should iie top-grafted. Tlu i t le p . i .h I . l C ie a n . in p o l i t ti i e s V , T Ti'mperancc
The United States did not receive tors lave to phylosophize. T h e ; bl°ocb Lactic
and accruing costs to sell llie
me
» «*. <». i?
i * I lueui
meni anu
unu costs, ano
decomposition of the g> latinous ind | best results would be g fined by top i>rinci|>le,
always on the aidi o f j u s - I folio Wing described real property, to wit: U m -
a large immigration last year, but Wichita Eagle becomes tiue'y analy­ albuminous tissues, oil culates with
m
p
,-
f
o
r
*
otencing
1
d
.'jo
chains
BouthaiKi
chains
west
of
grafting
one-half
of
the
trees
at
a
t ic e and right, it is just the paper
the statistics show she received, 41,- tic when it savs: “ Mrs. Lease’s the blood and attacks the fibrous tis-. ... _ . , .
‘
j the north east
corner
of
Lot
No.
,
_ ,
■ ,
the
rising
generation,
and
a
great
j
oue(t)
iusection
elgliteeu(
18 .) township twenty
sues,
particularly
in
the
joints,
and
i
taking
two
years
foe
the
job,
000 who could neither read nor glory is in her irridesceut zigzag,
educator for the whole family. b<*t - ( 20 ) south, range four (4) west; thence west
write. It is hard to make good her gyrated scientilization, rather thus causes the local manifestations j «8 too severe cutting hack is inj in- id 1 Stories, wit and humor. *ll *M | **.'¿1 chaius; tlieuce south *i«.37 chains; thence
li „c .i. 1 1
..I /\
i cast 40.21 chain»; thence north w s i chaius to
American citizens out of such ma­ than in her unbifurcated habiliment. of the disease. The back and ; 011 s to tiie tree. The next thing in stones, House hold depaitment, Queh- j the place of beginning, containing 122 acres of
shoulders are the parts usually affec- j the course of treatment no less than tion Bureau, Farm department, ('im p laud in LaueCounty, oregou, together with all
terial. Uncle Sam should draw the It is the dazzle of her unexpected ted by rheumatism, and the joints at
-
,
,,
1ti,e l.e.ne,l,e,,5s, .kcredituineuts and appurteuau-
“ » “ «rin g is cultivation Fire, Sunday S< lu»ol and lr«»ung .vv folks
line on vice and ignorance. Both sxyward scoot and the dead thud of the knees, ankles, hips and wrists are I
»»,;
ces, thereunto belonging or in anywise upper-
are a few of tin* many other p r o m
i - taimng. Now therefore, i will offer for sale,
AT^. ,
.•\ced.
Thousands
ot
tile
ground.
In
Ins
experience
backward flop that j ais0 sometimes attacked
the ignorant and vicious should be the subsequent
nent
features
of
this
g:eat
p;
p
e
r
.
A
i
saiu real property at public aution, to the higii-
1 .
r
! r%f
n a n n lo
tu tv o f n n ri:
p j est bidder for cash, at llie Court House door,
left to grow up with the country at once fascinate and paralyze her o f people have found in Hood’s he had plowed eight or ten inches specimen copy will be mailed
Sarsaparilla a positive and permanent ( deep the first rear, pruning the* any address on application, anil the I iu Eugeue, Lane County, Oregon, ou Saturday,
ir which they were born.
I the 2 *Jth day o f December, lso4, between the
devotees ”
cure for rheumatism. It has h a d ,_‘ „ ,
hours o f 9 o ’ clock a. m. and 4 o ’ clock p. in. of
remarkable success iu curing the f 00*8 M * eG 118 Gie tops, and cauw- publishers invite any person to send said
day, to w it: at 1 o ’clock p. nt. of said day.
in
a
long
list
of
addresses
to
whom
To B uy T imber L and .— An exten- most severe cases. The secret of its \
llew fibrous growth.
A. J, J o h n so n ,
The people of Maine fear that the
they
will
mail
sample
copies.
They
Cottage Grove,
0rego>
Sheriff o f Lane County, Oregon.
wild game in their forests will be i sive
.. sale
. , of . timber land is being ne- j success lies in the fact
, .. that .. it attacks j had cultivated more shallow; won'd would be glad to mail a couple of
A
FULL
LINE
Oh
hundred
sperimens
to
readers
of
this
entirely destroyed, and more strin- i 2 ° tlatpd ln Tl,lat“ °ok county. A j f ^ c> ' ‘ ^ 1 ^ ’^' t h
i«-1«.-i, i * a m <1 ^ u u r ? ,:ult,vate everJ t'v,‘ wt,ekR >" SP'> g
S H E R IF F ’S SALE ON F O R E ­
gent laws havr, been enacted. Our Partf . f
^ “ “ svivanm capitalists,
stren^h- » “ A early summer but never iut r county, ’file Weekly Blade is a very
large paper, and the price is only one
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b8ad?d
by
a
gentleman
named
C
o
o
k
,:
eJ
niag
every
run,.lion
of
the
body.
*
the
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c
first
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of
*
August.
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Three
years
if-
CLOSURE.
Northwestern States should see to
dollar a year. Address
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sufficient to transform an old ur-
N otice is hereby given that by virtue o f an
it that the pot and market hunters who bought 40,000 acres o f timber |
THE BLADE. T o l e d o ,O h i o .
the Wilson river about three
| execution duly isvuetl "U t of the tircu it Court, of
“ BORN” HUMORISTS,
1 cbarvl so that the fruit will not be
are not allowed to shoot deer a day on
i the .'tale of Oregon, lor Ute Couuty o f Latte, on the
years
since,
is
now
preparing
to
„
,
.
.
..
„
recognizable
either
in
appearance
or
A new pistol that, the govern 1 ztitli day of November 18tt4. on a Judgment render-
beyond the time allowed. The cola
One characteristic peculiar to all .
, a
. ..
1
le d in said Court ou the 1st day of November,
‘
j
purchase
it
is
said,
200,000
acres
i m i i H a f « i is
e that
f l i u f they
T In -v will
w i l l tell
t e ll
w i n ^ flavor.
A s fine f l ’ llie CUD be g fO W U
ment is trying at Newport excites Is'd. for the sum of one thousand and twenty
storage houses of Chicago are today-
humorists
you
| more. It is said that the prices to I ’’ Humorists are born, not made;” upon trees thus treated and brought the enthusiasm of all who see its seven (tic i) and («.Vino) dollars, with inter­
filled from top to bottom with
est thereon from the said I-t day of November,
carcases of deer. The great fires ! be Pab^ will average about $1000 ] the exceptions being so rare as to be out as upon young ones. It takes operation. It is the invention of m j 1»S4, at the rale o f ten { 1(0 per cent |>cr
i
) phenomenal.
(nit uuiucuiu, .uj
uir way,
n , uuu
By the
can aujr
any from eight to ten years to bring a
I annum; and tor the sum of one hundred (lim.uo)
for
a
quarter
section.
Timber
land
American, Huge Burchard, aud is dollars attorney’ s fees and the further sum of
drove them from their haunts, and
has not found ready sale of late, but I student of human nature tell why it is young orchard into bearing, and in the only small weapon in which five (a.oo) and 40-lOu dollars, costs in a suit tn
they fell an easy prey to the hunter.
,
, .
,, , 1 that so few women are professional
said Court wherein 8 11. Edwards was plaiutitt
; it is good property to own if well lo- humorists? Among a score of spieu- the light of investment, there is smokeless powder is serviceable and Samuel Lucas and Jeremiah Pipes and Har­
Pipes, his wile, were defendants aud
j did half-tone portraits of our most money in rejuvenating old or- Ii is after the style of the Maxim riet
The old notion that a religious c»te<L— Oregon M ist
against said defendants, Samuel l.ucas ami Jer­
m.
. . ,
...
1 noted American humorists, a 'com- chards.”
emiah
Pipes »lid Harriet Pipes, Ills wife, and on
life must be one of gloom y asceti
mitrailleuse, being automatic
in a deeree
I here is just one thing that will 1 panying “ Off-Hand chats with Pro-
o f Foreclosure aud Order of Sale ren­
cism
is fading out, fortunately bring about diversified farming 1 fessional Humorists.” published in
action, receiving its ability to lorn dered iu said suit, commanding tne in order to
satisfy said Judgment amt costs, and accruing
There
is
hope
eveu
101
man
like
and extract empty shells from tin- costs; to sell the following described real iirop-
for the race. Such a life should be through eastern Washington, and Demorest’s Magazine for December,
to wit: The northeast quart r ( 1, ) o f the
one of joy. The mistake too many that is cheap wheat. Until very uot one is a woman! These “ chats” Cleveland. There always are for a recoil of the shot. In the exbihi ty
norlln ast quarter ( ,) o f teetion thirt\-slx CK)
are decidedly entertaining, and man with a good wife. Nobody
tion 100 rounds Wire fired without township nineteen (19) south, range live (•>, west
make is to think that_ joy means j recently wheat lias been a very pro- everyone
e , eryolle will
WU1 be
ut! interested
ullore8ieu in “ The
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the northwest quarter ( , ) o f the southwest
a hitch. The exhibitor fired twen­ and
dissipation and debauchery. There | htable crop, and
i Empress Dowager of China,” which i Wlli exPect anything from Hill,
id as long as it was so |
quarter ( ) aud the sou’ ll one-half (*,s) o f the
is r I'I k - highest prices pai<l for .II kin,it- n| pro,Itt,
A
northwest
quarter (*-4) *f section twvntv-nine
can be no more fatal mistake. The ! there were no inducement and no Is ni°st superbly illustrated with por- i
ty-four shots in forty-three aud
(29) and the south one-h rlf
o f the southeast
highest philosophy is that which 1 j attemp1
to try
try anything
anything else.
else. Now
X ow j ' traits, aud scenes in and about Pekin.
,h*
t..r r m « » c « u .
three-fourth seconds, at a range of quarter ( ) and the nor,beast quarter ( of (he
attemp; ; to
quarter ( , ) of section thirty (an) and
110 feet, and all were hits. He w: s south-east
gets the most out of good things that there has ceased to be profit in number’ The fre t Picture ‘
^[ Up,>1, lI" ‘ r?‘ ,'ip t" f your a,l'lr,'!,,‘
the north oue-lialf (■„) o f the northwest quarter
without overdoing them. Pleasure ; wheat growing, effort will be direct- charming water-color by Maud Hum- j
c' 1,1,1 ,n l«'“it"ge sumps, we will uot an expert with the piece. It { - ,) anti the northwest quarter ( ,) of the north­
east quarter (■,) o f set turn thirty-one (si) town­
TH E
instaDtly reacts and becomes pain , ed in other lines, and it may prove ' phre.vs,
“ Under the
Mistletoe,”
, . , , . , 1 P “*' 1 .«'’“v--.n, KV,'F k V^! weighs two pounds, tw lve and ship nin t'-en (19 south, range four it)
west, coutai ting 4M) acres In Lane Countv,
W
e
a
e
prepared
to
make
loans
on
one-half
and is eleven inch­ Oregon; together
when it is pushed to an extreme.
| „ ,L .
o ? O .
t ® 3 S ounces,
S !
X
with
all
the tene­
farms in Laue aud
hert d laments app irtenances there­ well improved
country. Lincoln
County , Child,’” by a modern artist, is a g e m ; hut ns we w.nt you to have one, we es in length. The grip is placed at ments,
NOW MADE BY TH E
unto belonging or in anywise appertaining:
Francis Magnarvi, editor of
(T im es.
[ and there’ over two hundred illustra- make the price nominal. You will the center of gravity, giving a Now therefore, I will olfer for sale, said real adjoining Counties, ou from 3 to 5
property,
at
public
auction,
to
tile
highest
bid­
Paris Figaro, died too soon.
^ 0
„
- it „
'tions besides
these. “ Christmas | find it a work of art and a thing to be steadier fire. Through it runs a der for cash, at the court house door, in Eugene, years time, iu sums to suit, at re­
had one o f tho coolest, soundest
a good story is told of a \assar
chimes,”
au
illustrated
poem, prized. It c o n t a i n s full p a g e views of magazine capable of holding eight Line County, Oregon, on Saturday, the 29th day duced rates. Special rates for large
e
æ
December ISM. net ween the hours of 9 o'clock
No delay in closing up.
heads in French journalism, he was girl who wanted to earn some mon­ “ Always With U9,” an account of the great buildings, with descriptions catridges with nickcljacketed bul­ o a. f m.
and 4 o ’clock p. nt. to wit: at 1 o'clock p. m. amounts.
Christmas charities is New York,
ey
during
vacation.
As
the
gnq<
of said day.
A. J. J o h n so n ,
F or full particulars, call oo the
only 57, au age when the intellect
“ Boy Choirs,” “ The Common Sense ••f same, and is executed ill highest lets of 7.35 millimeters about the
Sheriff of Lane County, Oregon.
Gomi atp *8 A gent at the office of
is in its prime. Ivlagnard applied crop began to ripen she applied for of Christinas Gifts,” “ Lullaby, th** style of art. If not satisfied with it, same calibir as the navy revolver of
Williams &. Co., Eugene, Oregon,
common sense to the consideration work among the pickers and got it. Frost Queen,” a Christmas story for after you get it, we will refund the the present day. It has great
PH OI
COMPANY.
“ His Christmas 'Gift ►tamps and let von keep the book.
opposite the “ Hotel LugeDe.”ju lyl4.
of home politics, in which respect She was up iu languages, literature j children,
penetration, and au effective range
The
above
cut
o
f, a n y P h o t o g r a p
Address
H.
E.
BÜCKL1N
&
CO.,
and mathematics, but she just Bet- “’ Holiday Work for Busy Fingers,”
he was different from most French
of about 500 ractera. A light, ad-
a guarantee <>l excellence. Enlargma
Don’t suffer with wet feet wheu |
Ciiicago, IU.
tied down and became one of the i an,d “ S<?r" e Christmas Menus” furn-
editors. His claim to proud dis­ . . .
I from anv kind o f Picture, in Cue^ i'
. .
.7
. , , ish Christmas cheer and suggestions
justible purposes a carbine for cav­ you can have half soling done lor
Ink orCo|,,rs. Call aud -e** ,Mirs:;tti-
tinction rests on the fact that fastest grape pickers in the neigh- galore for every body. Then there
alry. The catridges are of the 75 cents, and other work in propor­
pics and prices of Crayon work.
P ostal T elegraph .— Now 8000-
through his paper he caused the borhood, beating tire ordinary coun- j are other charming stories, and every
Luger type, which have caused tion, at my shop next door west oi
tftJi and Willamette h ti„ Euge.ie. Or a
middle class of France to accept the try girls all hollow. When the sea- i ° “ c of the numerous departments is , mile circuit from coast to coast. such a sensation among gunmen Cottage Grove hotel.
son was over, back she went to col- £*.“ to owrflowing with good things. On Friday last the Postal Tele-
republic loyally.
,
.
. . . . . . .
,
Either letterpress or illustrations, in -1
,
_
,
during the present week in the
Thanking my friends for past pat­
Trespass Notice.
lege strong in health, independence dependent of the other, is more than . §Taph Compauy completed their amall arm tests.
ronage
I will endeavor to merit a | W e have 45,000 good brick, one
transcontinental
Notice is hereby given that I. the
route
An attempt was made at the trial and good looks and with money in j worth the price of the magazine.' second
continuance of their work. R e s -1 mile from Cottage Grove post ollic r> unyrHi^ned, have pouted tivspa^s
which is only 20 cents. The subscrip- through to New York via Sau Fran-
of the Memphis lynchers to use her pocket.
All about fruit raising in the pectfully yours,
tmn price js only * 2 . year. Publish- ci8c0> DenTer and Chicago. Day
| which we will sell at reasonable notices on my respective premises and
popular prejudice against the court
W ebfoot Planter.
J. P. McMinn. the extensive state- ed by W. Jennings Dem ons', 15 E.is
I saac F eboupon .
prices. Persons wanting brick will o 1; ,” i ’J’11“ " ' ’sp.’i-sitig there >n after
before
yesterday
(S
u
n
d
a
y
)
on
a
testimony o f an unbeliever or ag­ line fruit-raiser, was in town on ] 14th St., New York.
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th'* date will tie prosecuted to th<- full
please
call on or address their or- extent of the law
test,
wires
were
successfully
worked
The Portland Telegram accuses
nostic to defeat justice. One of the Wednesday, and in a talk with the j
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e
r
s
to
W
il l a r d A M o k f e t ,
L . H. Y a r b r o u g h .
witnesses
against the lynchers, Eagle reporter conveyed the intelli- j By mistake recently at Shelby- from Portland, Or., tex New York the Portland Sun of robbing its
i Cottage Grove, Oregon.
Butch Carver, tried to get off from gence that he had shipped a car- ville, Ind., natural gas was given via the new Eastern r o ife , making telegraph columns. The Sun has
giving evidence on the ground that load of his celebrated dried prun- \ high pressure in lower pressure a c ontinuous circuit of nearly 8000 not hitherto been accused of pur­
Administrator’* Notice.
he was an infidel, and therefore not es to Omaha. Ho states that, the mains, and it was discovered that miles. The time consumed was loining anything quite so dead as
Notice is hereby
>y f t 1 veu, that b j virtue
a credible witness. But judge consignees o f the fruit in that city j over 500 stoves and beaters in all only a fraction of a second. With that
COTTAGE GROVE, OR.
j j EAUTIFUL
C ALIFORNIA order o f the county
ty court,
co u n , or
of Lane t i oun
ount>.
i> . i >re-
gon, the undersigned, haa been duly appointed
Cooper suppressed this foolishness were much pleased with it and ■ parts of the city were melted under two transcontinental routes and
administrator,
o f the estate
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»Mate o o f f David Mtrftty. *
Rudy’s
Pile
Suppository
three
Atlantic,
cables
this
company
b y ruling that Carver was a com­ speak in high praise of the fine j the intense heat, and buildings were
Have opeLed a new boot ar.d shoe Parties contemplating com ing to the Pacific late o f Lane county, d'-cuaned. All i-*r«oM
bn vine etetnm a#.«
estate ar. herd»» re-
is ¡juaran-.eed to cure I‘ >les and Constipation, or
Coast, Merchants. Fanners. M edianics, U e rk « —
_ Mist said __________
petent witness. Here indeed is an quality and flavor. The car-load \ igniting in every direction. Fire can now offer the very best possible money
ired to
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- ve.
-
I
to present •
the
nani ■ —
duly
• 3 , the
refunded, so cents per l>ux. Send two shop in the next building west of F. or Laborers (male or female) (or employment. Mdired
facilities.
to
purchase
land
or
engage
in
business,
send
on
admini.«trato
,
at
<
ottage
tirove. O - . : w utiin
stumps
for
circular
and
Free
Samples
to
M.vlt-
instance o f stealing the livery of netted a b ort 6 cents per pound or | alarms were rung and the flow of
S. Younger’s grocery store, Main
eto. money order for Maps, Circulars, Illustrated six monllis from the date o f this not
T IN RUDY, Registered Pharmacist, Lancaster,
the court o f heaven to serve the a little over $2119.00 in round f i g - ! natural gas was arrested in time to
New work and repariug H<»oks. Papers and General Inioriiution of the
Dated Cottage <ir«»ve. Oregon. No
’»d A I> .
Pa. N o P o s t a l s A n s w e r e d . For sale by all street
first elass druggists everywhere, and iu Eugene,
. Pacific Coast. E. W . R E ID & CO.
, *••• _
R H M o s k y , Adn. .otra tor A
Dr.
Price’s
Cream
Baking
Powder
devil in.
promptly done to order.
ures.— Milton Eagle.
prevent a general conflagration.
Oregon by Osborn and Delano.
11 W First Street,
Lcs Angeles. C at J sept 3-22
L
GROCERY STORE
IS C A R R Y IN G
First Class Goods,
Jut Sue! Äs ! i
Fresh Vegetables and Fruit in season.
F. S. YOUNGER.
J. B. ROUSE,
PR O M PTLY
F iL
a
New Goods and New Styles
i
L U R C H 'S
CLOTKf& G,
DRY
GOODS,
B O O T S and S H O E S .
Ladies Dress Goods, Hats and
Domestics-
Ail Sizes of Trunks.
This stock has just been refilled and is the
best selected in town.
L
Fan Loans.
Acknowledged to be the Best
PHOTOGRAPHS
(J
Keep Your Feet Dry.
Briet fc Salí!
Dewald & Cur rin
Boot and Shoemakers,
Awarded Gold A edit Midwinter Fair, S»n Fnmciseo.