Cottage Grove echo=leader. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Or.) 18??-1895, March 23, 1895, Image 2

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Cultaie Grove Echo-Leader.
The beef market is rapidly im­
provin'» and lias reached the high­
est point touched in Chicago for a
long time past. Of course the im­
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.
provement is general throughout
E. P . T H O R P , - - E D ITO R .
the country, and our stock-men
j have goo.l cause to be elated,
SATU RDAY, MARCH 23, -
1895.
j A bill has passed in the California
! legislature ordering the heads of
departments in state, county and
municipal governments to give ] re­
ference in employment to honorably
Tte Echo-Leader is the best Weekly
Paper in Lane County.
The economy
that
throws
men , «1». barged Union soldiers and sail-
ou t of wot k makes unhappy homes i ors- ’V'he bill also provides that
»hen the statute fixes uo term of
acd is nut worth wlmt it costs.
offi.-e the employes shall lie retained
A red-headed woman said yester­ for life.
day that her toe indicated snow or
We give the following from a
rain. Evidently there is a squall Leavenworth pa er as a sample of
a-brewing.
the flowery style not often equaled:
The thou-a ds of miners and work-
ing men who will in the near future
be working in the greut mills, smelt rs
and rich gold mines of Bohemia, must
bo supplied with the farm products of
south Lane county. The opportuni­
ties now open here to the progressive
and live man in diversified Terming
and advanced fruit industry is phe­
nomenal.
“ The furious rage of a firey monster
was relegated to an arena of ttu-
poteucy before accomplishing niuco
of its fiendish design lust Thursday
morning. The demon wus shooting
forth its lurid tongue in the resi
dence of Dispatcher Bell, snd was
first discovered by Ed Gillis. A
few gallons of water judiciously ap­
This is the only railroad gate-way to plied saved the building from curi-
t h e rich Bohemia gold m in e s . H e r e , iug heavenward iu smoke und ashes
in south Lane county, we have a vast
ith a comparatively small loss."
territory o f phenomenal resources—
Somebody wrote to an editor to
an aggregation of natural, yet almost
totally undeveloped resources of such ask him “ how to break an ox.
colossal magnitude that with men of j The editor answered as follows:
enterprise, business knowledge and “If oulv oue ox a good way would
capital, this would soon become the be to hoist him by means of a log
richest, most prosperous and happiest
chain, to the top of a pole foi ty leet
section in America.
from the ground, then hoist him
The announcement that an Ohio by a rope tied to his horns to an­
man has invented a gnu eight feet other pole, then let decetad on his
1 tig, operated by electricity, that hack a five ton pile driver, and if
will discharge a thousand shots a that don't break him let him start
minute, gives reason for believing a newspaper. One of the two will
that the fool-killer may at last be do it sure.”
equipped with a weapon equal to
W heat O u tlo o k G ood — A private
the needs of his trade.—S. F. Call. letter from Rumble & Co., Chicago,
The E cho -L eader agrees with the says: “ The government report is
Cali, but fears that the crop of sued on the 10th of the month
idiots is so large that one wielding shows there is only 150,000,000
W E
W O N D E R I l; L G O L D D IS C O V E R Y .
A dispatch from Los Ange'es,
Cal., states that in the discovery of
the mines they have cubed the
Disert Chief, the Desert Queen,
Chief » f the hills and Dry Lake
mine, located near Indio, the Me-
Haney boys, Willia > a d James,
have probably located the richest
group of gold mines ever discover­
ed in the world. The discoverers
and owners of the claims say there
is more than $1,000,000 worth of
gold in sight, aud old mining men,
wbo have no interest in the claim
whatever ( and the MeHaney boys
say they will not sell a foot of what
they have located ), say the min s
will make multimillionaires of every
man interested. The richness of
the mines can be judged from the
results obtained from' working a
hatful of t ie ore mine 1 years ago.
It WUS put tlllOUgll a 3 st Oil,' gold
mill and yie.ded $953 iu g»hl. The
4 0 0 to 412 E St.,
Sacramento, Cal.
BET.
>
Heart is Stronger
LEWIS & BÜBKHOLDER.
D E A LE R S IN
■'General M erchandise
Largest General Retail House on Coast
Wearing Appurel of »11 kind« for men,
women, »nd children; Dry Goods, Shoe».
Hats, Milllnerv, V»li«es, Furniture, Carpeta,
Crockerv, Notions, Stationery, Btlverwara.
Toys, Household Supplies, etc.
Catalogue Free.
A handsome Illustrated catalogue
about our goods and prices sect free to
any address Tens of thousands of cu*.
turners And It proAtable and satisfac­
tory to buy through this book.
T E R M S
M A Y B E H A P P Y Y E T , YOU
A few days ago we gave space to
a remarkable letter of ex-Gov. Proc­
Fainting Spells, Neuralgia and
tor Kn»tt, of Kentucky, to Senator!
Blood Poison
Blackburn, in winch the prediction
, was made that unless free silver Hood's Sarsaparilla elves Health
and Comfort.
triumphed the world would be fill-1
| ed with woe, and we might as well | “ C. I. H ood Jb C o., L ow ell, Maaa.:
“ Dear S i n : I saw H o o d ’s S an a pari ill
! get ready to exclaim: “ Good-bye h ig h ly recom m ended In newapapere.
had neuralgia la
w orld!
howdv Heli !
Having
m y head, back
printe 1 that letter, we herewith ap- i
and arm s. I ala«
pend a few cheerful comments * on !
had w eak fainting
•pells and couM
the same made by the Lewisville
find n o th in g t«
| Courier-Jouri al
d o m e any g ood
Never mind Governor Knott. I
A fter reading thi
y|g.! l
t e s tim o n ia l!
! You’ll feel better when the weather '• V i s -
C A SH .
Enclose money for goods with order, and if
to be sent by mall allow for postage Any
balance left over will be returned.
If interested in any of th e items be*
low, ord er promptly, giving item num­
ber.
breaks and the crocuses begin t o '
; peep above the sod; when timorous
violets open plue eyes in greening
, nooks, and the orchard slopes flush
I pink in bourgeon o f beauty and
texture, drapes beautuuily, and will wear well. belilBOn of p r o m i s e ; w h e n e v e r y
Suitable for dresses, waists, underwear, fancy j bird is a herald of Arcadv, and
work, etc. Colors, black, cream, cardinal, light
w h e n lr e s b ,
blue, piuk. lemon aud heliotrope, 20 iu. wide. e v e n b r e a t h o f b a lm ;
Special value at 27c yard.
su tile aromas arc wanted for din­
mu »
R oia Sheldon
La Canter. Waib.
ab ou t the g oof
H o o d 's Sarsapa­
rilla was d o in g ! I
d ecid ed t o g iv e 11
a tria l.
I han
taken It reguU rl}
sin ce early Iasi
WOOL, HIDES AND FURS,
Lumber, Shingles and G rain.
Agents fur the sale of the
year and can tru th fu lly aay it
Has Perfectly Cured Ms.
I d o n o t antler n ow w ith any breakin g on!
on m y head, nor have any fa in tin g apelU
T he a ction o f m y heart has been strength-
i
in
m
i
1-1
o o d ’s
1
ing table, whose piece de assistance
Sarsa­
OREGON
LEM ATI
greets the eye with the rich har­
parilla
e v id e n t ly b e e n in h a b it e d b y a t r ib e b<,x'
sells1,ir twico as miith.
mony of colors that are to be found
o f Aztecs.
The c a v e wus strewn
P63. Biarritz Kid Gloves, glace Anlsh, loose alotie in the ruby an 1 amber, Lin­
Be Sure
^
U T C S
.. . ,
,
nr i
„ wrists, black or browns. Our own importatlo •,
t o Get H o o f s .
<% % -% % ■%
w ith h u m a u bones.
Work on th e ^
ed for 5ervlce aud general Mtls. coln green, bright yellow and ivory
m in e s w ill b e s t a r t e d at o n c e , a n d a factlou; sizes, 5 3-4 to 7. Price 8ic.
white of that royal fuutasie priu ened and T am free from all pain. I cheer­
temps yclept jow l-an i-geeus, trim- i fu lly recom m end H o o d ’s Sarsaparilla to
b i g m ill w ill b e e r e c t e d iu t h e ca n -1
_
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„
P64. Children's Derby Ribbed Cotton Hose,
. ’ t
w hoever wishes to en joy health sn d c o m ­
in eggs; when the brook fo r t .” M iss R osa S h e l d o n , La Center,
.yon us s o o n us til© r o a d , o n
w h ic li dressy weight, in fast black or handsome medi- oied
t h e m e n a r e n o w w o r k in g , w ill a l- urn browns. Fur 6 to 1» years. Prlceioc Look sings of tin-ecstatic present an I W ash in g ton . N. B. Bo to get H o o d ’».
Prepared o n ly by C. I. H o o d A C o.,L o” -*U,
like 2uc hose.
when tbe mint by its side breathes 1 Mass. S old by all druggiete, $1; six f i $&.
low its transportation.
H o o d 's PHIS cure Nausea. Sick Headacba
P65. Ladies' Ribbed Vests, high neck, long tbe glad to be;
aud wbeu the
Indigestion, Billousuess. 25c. per box.
sleeves, close Alt mg. spring weight, and In silver-
BE CAKEFUL.
grey color. Being cotton and wool mixed will misery shall leave your lack , Gover­
nor, aud tbe stiffness shall steal
The following is one of the laws not shrink. Telling value at 50c.; postage 10c.
To go luto the Newspaper Business.
Wishes to inform those wbo are contemplating building in tbe «pring to ban
j P66. Men’s Heavy Cotton Socks, seamless, from your joints, aud the bile sball
passed the last legislature:
Ashland R ecord: It is rumored
in llioir orders for lumlter now. «o they van bo
_
.
,
,
. i serviceable and rich brown color. Price toe
depart from your liver an 1 the sand that Jos. G. Pierce, representing
b e c t i o n 1.
I t s h a ll b o u n la w fu l
shall return to your g izzird ; aud, in Congees'-man Hopkins, who owns
for any person to sell, barter, or Í
j P67. Ladles’ Ane soft black Kid Shoes, medi- obedieuce to the rejuvenating sum­
tbe great body of land in the Jenny
g t v e t o a u y m in o r u n d e r t h e a g e o f um heels and rounalng toes, patent leather tips;
With any kind of lumber you may wish, which will then he ready, and von
s ix t e e n
years,
a n y fir e a r m s , o r sizes, ¡ to 8. Price, $t.so, postage tsc. A lo w mons of earth aud suti an 1 sky and creek section is thinking o f going
won’t have to wait.
, ,
price, but a Ane shoe,
water, you sball arise aud take up into the newspaper business at
a m m u n it io n , w h a te v e r .
PSA. Excellent quality Flannelettes, In medi­ your bed aud walk and hop aud skip Klamath Falls at-d boom ing the
Section 2 Any person violating
Orders From a Distance Prom ptly Attended T o
um light stripes, to- dresses, wrappers and
the provisions of this Act shall, up­ children’s garments, 27 In. wide. Frlce 5c yard. and jump, aud swell your lungs and timber and other resources of the
crack your heels aud raise your Klamath
basin ou an extensive
on conviction thereof, be punished
8 c n d in y o u r o rd e r * ut o n c e .
P6S. Fast black Sateens, small colored Agures,
voLe
and
holler
to
the
eternal
hills
scale.
This
would indicate that the
by imprisonment iu the County Jail neat and pretty, aud 26 In. wide. Cost of 12
OREGON.
iu the fulluess aud glory of liviug eastern capitalists expect an easing COI TAG K (¿ROVE,
not less than oue month uor Inore yards, for full suit, $1.00. or 8 l-3c yard.
than six months or by fine not less
W E IN S T O C K , L U B IN & C O ., in the best laud on tile best earth ill up of final.ciul matters among the
heavy weights aud tbe extension of
twenty-five nor more than five
Sacramento, Cal. the universe.
the . above instrument cannot fiud . b u sin g ()f wheat remaining in the
“ G ood bve, Hell! Howdv, W orld!” some
tianscontiuental
railroad
huudred dollars.
space sufficient to bury the dead.
United States to carry us to the
through that territory, tbe largest
Section 3 Inasmuch as there is
IMcManufi of Tennessee.
Mr Corbett now has Mr. Jackson
______ A T _______
next
harvest. This
is
barely no law in existence to punish this
A Mr. John McManus of Slielby- in a ring bounded on the north by area iu the United States without
The Postmaster at Chicago has enough for home requirements and
the
benefit
of
tbe
iron
horse.
It
is
;
class of offences, and it is important ville, Tenn., has been senteuced Canada, on the ea st by the A tla n t ic ,
under consideration the adoption of seed, leaving nothing for export.
that the same should not go un­ to pay $'2000 for bitiug off Mr. on tiie south by Mexico and the gulf presumed that Mr. Pierce will buy
a plan to convey mails by wire, to Europe is bare of wheal and must
with that surname on the w e -t by th e the Express plant.
punished, this Act shall take effect William Bream’s nose
It wus a
distribute mail matter over roofs of have it from some source. Prices
Pacific, and having hemmed him thus
Cottage Grove,
Oregon
aud be iu force from and after its good tiling that Mr. McM’s appetite
tight and fast, is tonguing him w ith
buildings by electric cars traveling j are advancing rapidly
Houaker
Journal:
C
¡arley
Slack
A MILL LINE OF
approval by tbe Governor.
went no further, as at the above amazing vigor all round tlio ring.—g.
on a wire cable. The inventor says
of the Bristol Courier, has suc­
At Mount Vernon, 111., March II,
F.
Call.
rate the entire Bream would have
he lias discovered a new principle
cumbed at last, and gave us tbe
the supreme
court held that a
A correspondent of Vick’s Maga­ come very expensive indeed. On
Mr». Wilcox’» whit« P« itl-oat*.
of harnessing the electric current
palm. We can write up truths and
woman has the same right as man zine describes a machine for plant­ the trial the defendant put in as
Ella Wheeler Wilcox is haviug down Charley. Mr. Hess, who is
witkout the use of a return wire.
to make contracts and that it is an ing strawberry plants which has mitigation of his crime that the
her petticoats ma le ou a peculiar now nearing bis 105th year, has a
It is estimated that a saving in time
infringement upon her right, guar­ come into use in the East It re­ Bream nasal appendage wasen’t
pattern invented by her seif, or, as sou 84 years old, according to the
over the present method o f fifty
anteed by the constitution, to say quires three men and a team to op­ very good eating, anyway, being of
she says, by her husband aud her­ family record, and we doubt not
minutes in every hour can be made.
that she cannot work as many hours erate the machine aud about five the description kuowu as “ blossom."
self together. She dotes on white that be can split as many ruils as
The cost of construction is put at
a day as she may be inclined to. A acres can be planted in a day. A In fact, be regarded it more as an
petticoats aud so does lie (fo r her; Charley can cut
$250 a mile.
timber. While
case was brought to the the consti­ cutter opens a space in which to
™ j intoxicant than an edible refection. it is uot meant that he vveais them
many may not beli v e what we said
tutionality of an act prohibiting tiie insert the plunts und a little water The decision of the jury, however,
him self) but she concluded that in regald to the uutiquiiy and ac­
The “rosewater” policy is com­
employment of women in a factory flows into tbe bottom of the space eh vws how emu mouldy corned meat
mended by tbe Cottage Grove L ead -
she paid for a g?Veat leal of uuneces tivity ot Mr. Hess, yet it is a tine
a
’
or sweat shop more than eight through a hose. Two persons are has risen in Tennessee.
.>
eb with the pertinent
remark that
sary lauudiyiug. So tiie uew gar­ bill as many who kuovv him »ill
This
stock
has
just
been
refilled
and is the
kept busy inserting the plants in
W. T. Sanford, Station Agent of ment is made of two pi ces, a top
it can be studied with profit. Tbe hours a day.
testify.
best selected in town.
The new Butler law provides that the
open space. This space is Leeper, Clarion Co., Pa., w r its ; I piece and a flounce that bt.ttous in
L e a d e r might have added that it
E x p ortin g Spud* ami Onion».
gdT Th' hmlieid prices paid far nil kinds of produce, jp ft
has been studied with profit during aRer filing a complaint in the ctr- closed by a shoe, open in the center, i can recommend One Minute Cough to it. The fioum e can be changed
,. .
.
, I Cure as the best I ever used. It gave
Ashland Tidings: Un t e regular
presses the dirt against each . . . . . .
,
. ,
..
the last two months and has now edit court the plaintiff must pay the winch v
*
instant relief and a quiek cure. For as many times us you like.— Chicago
freight train that passed through
W . H. COOPER.
been adopted by the most o f the sum of $5 to tbe clerk, if the side o f the plant. The corres- sale by j P.Currin.
EAST AND SO U TH
Titues.
Asbluud
Friday
morning
southward
— V IA --
Attorney
at
progressive pnpers of the State, amount involved is under $500, if pendent claims that better results
The
following
philosophy is
were
eight
car
loads
of
potatoes
B.
H.
Bowman:
Pub.
Enquirer:
of
over
$500,
tbe
fee
will
he
$10.
In
were obtained by the use of this
There is very little o f tbe old snup-
C o tt a g e G r o v e . O regon .
I from tbe Harmony Grove Echo: Bretnan, Ind., writes: Lust week being sliij|ed from
WillametK
and-snarl spirit manifested in the probate court the party filing a de­ machine than when the plants tire I “ If men are the salt of the earth,
our little girl baby the only one we points to Arizona and Texas and ou
—OF T H E —
160 A cres Land fo Sale
editorials of to-day in any section, murer, answer or motion, sball pay set by band. The machine costs the women are undoubtedly the have wus takeu siek with croup.
3
M
ILES
FROM
ELKTON
OR.
Suturda's
train,
which
was
a
heavy
and as a result there is more harmo­ $5. The trial fee in circuit court $80 and is used also for setting sugar. Salt is a ecessity, sugar a After two Doctors failed to give re­
Southern Pacific Co.
one and several hours late, were Partly cleared with good frame j
ny in tbe State than ever before. will hereafter be only $2. The tomato, cabbage tobacco and other luxury. Indifferent men are rock lief and iiTe was hanging ou a mere
house, barn and out buildings, good Expresa Trains Leave Portland Daily.
thread we trail One Minute Cough twelve carloads more of Oregon well at the door. 4000 rails iu the
Rosewater is to be tbe winning present fee, $12, ia small enough. plants.
1
North.
salt, and nice men are table salt, Cure and its life was saved. For sale spuds with tbe same destiuatious— fence; school 1% miles; price $r.00, South.
policy of the next decade, and Judge Fullerton of the 2nd district
Portland
Ar. »2 » a. m.
one half down, balance on Jong time u s p. in. I Lv.
old
maids
are
brown
sugar,
and
by
J.
P.
Currin.
j 7 a. m. j Lv. Cottage Grove
Lv. 1:47 a. m.
ou Ibis train also was one carload of at g f>er cent iut. For further partic­ 12:
papers like tbe L ead er that are has held that all cases filed for
10:45 a. ni. 1 Ar. «an Francisco Lv. 7:«i p. m.
DAVID M. DUNNE S BULLETIN. pretty gills are fine, pulverized,
doiDg so much to spread it, are
u la r s write to
G eo S m i t h ,
outs
beiug
from
Gervais
to
Los
the present term will be compelled
Above
trains
stonat
all
stations
from Portland
T a n n i n g by E l e c t r i c i t y .
Elkton, Oregon.
goin g to find a profit in it in more
white clarified sugar. The e aritied
to Albany Inclusive; also, Tangent. Mieddn,
Angeles.
About
forty
cars
more
of
to
pay
$12,
under
the
old
law.
Halsey,
Harrisburg,
Junction
City.
Irv.ng, Eu­
The capabilities of that marvelous
I t Pay« t o S pray.
ways than one.— S. F. Daily Call.
Thos. F. Oakes, Henry C. Payne, Hen y c. Rou-e gene and all stations (rum Koseburg to Ashland
aie the kind you will fiud iu Cot­
potatoes and ouious have been con­
Inclusive.
Receivers.
ttued,
energy,
or
condition,
which
Tbe Yreka Journal reports that
There is perhaps no one fact up­ tage G love.”
K « f t * b n r g P la it l l a l l v .
ever it may be, which we use so tacted to be shipped by the S. P.
The E cho - L ead er is a large, four C. Swanston & Son started a train­ on which progressive aiul successful
8:30 a. m. I Lv.
Portland
Ar. 4:30 p. m.
The Rural New Yorker says that
k
t
h
e
k
n
loin
ilie
Willamette
via
Ashland
to
3:25 p. m. Lv. Cottage Grove Lv. 0:20 a. m.
free y an I know s • little about,
page, 33 column, enterprising, breezy load of 23 cars of choice beef for fruit growers throughout the Uuit-
>:50 p. m. 1 Ar.
Koseburg
Lv. 7:00 a. m
there
lire
grown
annually
hi
the
A
i
u
m
ua
ai.d
Texas.
L
a
ig
e
quuuti-
newspaper. It is in touch witli the Chicago from G .zelle last Friday. ed States agree more generally than
seem abs 1 itelv infinite.. It is n »
liis ol potatoes ute being shipped
P A C I F I C R. R.
town, of Southampton, on Long
great progressive wave of diversified The same day Edson Bros, shipped
• mployed for tanning leniuer. I
that of spraying is a Deccessaiy
eastward from Portland to Missouri
farming. Its editor and publisher
Island, 100,000 ducks aud wants to
Pullman Bufiet Sleepers
having had eight years practical ex­ 20 carloads to San Francisco, and part o f the business o f the success­ know where another township cau is more especially valuable in color river points via the northern lines,
R
AND
tng leather, which by its aid is ne too.
perience in plantiug, cultivating rais­ a special traiD of 18 cars was ship­ ful fruit grower. Choice fruit can
S e c o n d C la * * R l r e p i n f C a r a
be found to equal it iu output of
ing, packing, selling and shipping ped by them the day before for not be grown upon trees which
ciiiupiisbe l with wonderful rapi lit«
ATTACHED TO ALL THROUGH TRAINS
N
The Shasta Courier referring to
small and large fruits, does not talk Portland. They have another lot have beeu weakened by the attacks oue kind of stock.
and
effectiveness. The skin is
through his hat when he writes about of 20 carloads to ship to Portland
West Sid*
» :retched over a mental slab, an., the time it was first published, Pullm an
of insects or fuugous
deseuses
D on’t P ut It Off.
Between Portland and ConrallU.
the great fruit Industry and progres-
March, 1852, says $50 octagonal
tbe
coloring
mixt
ire
is
then
poi.n
o
in
a
few
days
to
complete
a
con
Sleeping
Cars
Such
fruit
will
be
lucking
in
size,
iive methods o f diversified farming.
MAIL TRAIN DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
The necessity of a spring medicine
over it. A current of low puwei e 'ins were then plenty, $20 pieces Elegant
The day has long since passed when tract to furnish 1275 head. The appearance and flavor.
! 7:30 A T S: t v .
Portland
Ar. | 5 : » > . V
Is universally admitted This is tile
iiuunn,
and
$10
aud
$5
pieces
D
ining
Cars
12:15
P. M. Ar
Corvallis
Lv. | nee P. M.
every farmer can afford to raise grain Journal says that the price ot
Apples
uud penis which are best time of the year in whicli t" puri .* sent through tbe mental, tlo
to ship for a living. Too many new bee 'es has advanced lately, a lot of either wormy or disfigured with fy the blood, to restore tiie lost ores of the leather are relaxed aud aied as small change, while $2.50 Tourist
At Albany And Corvallis connect with traína o
Oregon Pacific Railroad.
Sleeping Cars
grain producing territories are being first-class
beeves
has advanced fungus wili not bring paving prices, appetite, and to build up tile entire reopened and the dye is absorhiit .nd smaller coins were considered
E ir a e s « T h a i * D a il y 'E xc e p t S c s d a t .)
ST. P A U L
annually turned into raising grain by
system, as the body is now peculiar!,
what is now called “chicken feed,”
M IN N E «P O L IS
cheap labor. The grain producer of lately, a lot of first-class beeves even if they cau be B old at ail. susceptible to benefit from medicine into them by capillary attiacti i.
4:40 P. M. Lv
Part load
Ar. i » 25 A. M.
t d gold dust by the ounce was
O aLU TH
7:25 P. M. Ar
McMinnville Lv. I 5:50 A. M.
Oregon and the great Pacific Coast taaviug been sold last week at 5 j Several tbousund dollars’ worth ot Tiie great popularity attained by V tllill hi le is colonel ( O ul'ht.
FARGO
egal tend, r for bills anywhere.
ThrnuRli
ticket*
point» in
In the
Eastern
GRAN-n . « R u i
* o,
u r .c i . to all
an pomi»
toe raw
Tern
while young heifers are apples which were shipped out o» Hood’s Sarsaparilla, owing to its real through its substance Iu a vei
country must feed a large portion of cents,
------ “ » nd * Eur°P*
->pe can be
lU
te»’ Can»<
i * obtained
obtained at
at
C
c K m O O . K » S « T O , N
.
lowest
ratea 1» from
M C .“
.......................
the grain on the land w iiei- it is pro­ worth about Sets, with cows and Oregon and Washington last year merit and its remarkable success, ha abort space, a thicker hide req .-ii Tl’e same may be said of Yreka in
Grove.
W IN N IP E G
duced Grain must be converted into poorer cattle 4£ and 4, according to
1852
3
4
5.
Ten
dollars
a
ticket
proved a total loss to tiie shippers established it as the very best medi­ hi r a proportionately l.nig'-r um
H E L E N A aud
4.K O E H L W a . M m J P - * * - * " ” -* * -
beef, mutton, bacon, lard, butter, conditjon.
cine to take in the spring. It cure-
BUTTE
as tbe price to a ball or dance,
Portland Or.
on
this
account.
A
great
many
De
W
itl’s
Witch
Hazel
Salve
cures
cheese, poultry and eggs. With the
scrofula, salt rheum, and all humors,
-raids, burns, indolent sores und 25 cents for a drink or stnoke, and
H a r d e r T im e s I n I860.— We tall Silver prunes were lost in Oregon
coming of the railroad and the shriek
tiillioiisness, dyspepsia, headache,
TO
dollar for s meal. The only way
of the Iron horse, rolls in the Irresist­ about hard times; but there hav, last ytar ou account o f being at­ kidney und liver complaints, catarrii. uever fails to cure piles. For sale by
' lea h Yreka from Shasta at that CHICAGO
ible w ive of progressive farming and undoubtedly been eras when om tacked by a fungus which cause., and all affections caused or promoted J P. Currin.
W A S H IN G T O N
Q
La Grippe is here again with all it
the newer and more thorough cultiva­
i ne and up to 1850, was on horse P H I L A D E L P H I A
by low state of the system or impure
-
AND
present times are good compared t< ibem to rot.
tion of fruit with which to supply the
blood. Don’ t put it off, but take •id time vigor. One Minute Cmigl
i mule ba< k as far as Callahan’s N E W Y O R K
them.
Mr.
R.
M.
Rebertsou
o
f
thi»
The
fruit
growers
are
using
BOSTON A N D A L L
markets of the world. With the rail­
Hood’s Sarsaparilla now. It will do Cure is a reliable remedy. It cure
nch iu Scott valley, thence by P O I N T » E A S T A N D S O U T I I
tnd cures quickly. Fo» -ale by J. P.
road comes the great wave of higher, city, has just run across au olo Spray No. 2 ( Lime, Sulphur ami you good.
ge through Scott valley.
’urrin.
more far reaching and grander, full­ letter written by bis father, in th. ■olue V ilrol) as a preventive ol fuu
TIM E SCH EDULE.
er anc more complete factor of civil­ east, to Lira, in 1860, before the gus diseases. As rs well known
C o t t ao b G r o v e , O a.
For
information,
timo cards, maps
Tile
Pacific
Rurui
Press
notes
1
1
1
There
is
uo
printed
tiling
which
ization. The period for native grass
war was declared, in which tinn .- tnis spray is the best insecticide-
and tickets, call on or write
stock producing with the riches and
Clothing tor Ladies and Children
is so close to the ear of the com interesting fact that, for the firs
W. P. LOCKWOOD, Agent,
pleasure it brings, with but little effort were undoubtedly stringent. Mr. made tor destroying ban Jose scute, uiunitv as the local paper. The ime, eggs have been shipped iron
Made to order cheap for cash or
Cottage Grove, Or.
Aphis, etc. With F an-
end poor management, has passed Robertson, senior owned a large »vooliy
5 © © o .o o
country produce, by
pulse of local ¡tie beats 111 its everv California to Chicago this year
^
FOR A N A M E OF A
forever.
farm but was absolutely unable to Green added to it, there is probably
M rs . P et S anford ,
Owiug
to
tbe
cold
weather
fr.
sli
Auepitome of the world s
A. D. CHARLTON, Asst. Gen. Pass
The E ch o L eadek is published at the raise the money for his last years nothing better for use ou apple aud issue.
LORAL
WONDER,!
Cottage Grove-
uews glows iu its bright pages, and eggs have been unusually scare»
J r o r pai ticul-r3 see Vick’« Flor&l Guide I
Agent,
only railroad gateway to the great Bo­
taxes besides other small debts. He pear trees as a preveutrve of both
- j l Tor 1C35, which contains colored plaiea o fa
hemia gold mining district. With the
the business news of ihe local stores itid high in tbe East this year,
255 M 01 risson St., Portland Oregon.
1 '-j V ice’s ErancLing Asicr, Sweet Teas, Vejj-1
aud codhug moth.— Rurui
! ctablc 3 . Hibiscus and Gold Flower. IIoa-L
cap!ta 1 now being offered aud the or­ says: “ It is all I can do to raise P scab
should be in it too; should be there, v bile the pleasant vveather on this
y a t U lnstrallong; descriptions that de - 1
O.
funds,
and
I
can
see
no
prospect
Northwest.
ganized methods of business proposi­
| icribc, not mislead; hints on fiou lrj and I
Mending and Repairing.
not “ to help the paper along”— uot •oast lias made eggs unusually
I trace; lasting. Printed in 17 d .T :r e u t l
tions muteralizing, expert miners are of improvement. We will have a
9 . c o r d o v a n ;
I
colored
irLs.
H
a
ile
d
cn
receipt
o
f
105
abundant
and
cheap
here.
The
Clothing mended and repaired by
« r----- ri i rn cat*
predicting the most phenomenal pros­ small lot of pork to sell, but present
The new “ Bootail S„> riuge” ar­ because the editor is a nice fellow
I cents, which may 1 » dodurxfl from f r s t f
M
rs
.
V a n R i p e r , West side o f Cottage
Chicago
dealer
who
took
the
car
j
order.
V
lc
k
V
i
-
"
t
a
i
n
t
h
e
\
[4.*3X* Fine CM /U U W M B
ami we want to encourage him— not
perity in that district during 1895.
rived
on
the
Buiiey
O
alzeit
Thurs­
appearances are that it will com­
1 aren a o f Ilfo .
Grove Oregon.
• 3 .W POLICE .3 s o l e s .
load from San Fraucisco says that
The provisions for feeding thousands
day and was housed in No. 2 s eu for any but tbe one
mand
only
$2
per
hundred.
Flour
%7$ *1 W O R K I N G
i
f
of working men in Bohemia must be
shippe .
ea
r
PIONEER
»
n
GREAT
BUSINESS
REASON----- THAT
IT a little over a year ago he
-CXTUA
raised in south Lane county. We say has been bought for $1 a hundred, giue house. It was tried in ibe
four or five carloads o f eggs from
W LU PA’’
* 2 .
boys S chools « *
tl ey must be raised here, or be and corn at 6 cents a bushel. We evening by putting a gallon of coai-
* L A D I E S *
„birago to Sail Fraucisco aud sold
Small
Ç
u
u
shipped in from other sections. have made shift to procure some oil on a frame shack. Oue barrel of
i
‘ If5*'
I
Any fool can cry uowu his town (bem there at 16£ cents per dozen.
Then, why
not use
common groceries with butter at 5 cents per the thing was let loose aud iusiue
140Cents a
but tbe better disposed man will
We have frown tons of Sweet JVa* the
This wiuter be bought a carload of
sense wisdom, and prepare for rais­
WEST COTTAGE G R O V E
I
past summer c f a v . . / ûnequaL . 7 to Lo _
o f hall an hour the house was no speak will of it, endure the evils in
ing rupplies for the miners right here pound and eggs at 3 cents, paying
I able to give our friends a real treat, ii. 5s
Aya* OflR MIIH m I Pfumla
aL.
eggs iu San Francisco at 16 ceDts,
hopes
they
may
grow
less,
and
in
more—
neither
was
there
auy
more
I
varieties
and
colora
mixed.
Think
of
it,
20 cents for coffee and 10 cents for
JOHN FERGUSON
at home?
I
a
pound
only
4
0
eta.;
hr.!f
po
paid
3£
cents
a
dozen
freight
on
W
.
L.
Douglas
$
3
A
$4
Shoes
mewmme ¿queal less an.t root
sugar. W e
calculate
to make fire. After the test it was returned
l i i c t s . ; quarter rou.rtl 15 eta. ) »2
Is still iu the business for tbe All our «hoes are equally satisfactory
for a living.
them to Chicago w hereat/ u J at
■
ounce
10
eta.
molasseg and tobacco enough for to the engine house and Led fast to
They give tbe beet v e to , (ar ! m »«■ • > .
ilu d y ’s Pile Snppository
manufacture of boots and shoes.
j G O L D F L O W E R » Grand Bcdder.B
They equal c o s te a s etaoee
b n a ta
Is I at ylc n e At.
28 cents per dozen.
I Charming Pot Plant, and excellent for J
It
is guaranteed to cure Piles and Constipation, or house use and have some to spare | keep it from sucking the cows.
Thstr w a r in g qneHtfee nre i
GEN
E
RA
L
R
E
PAIR
W
ORK
The World's Fair Tests
■ Borders.
money refund d. 50 centi per box. Send two if anyone will buy.”
Tbe prices a r e _______ . _____
is a real nice plaything and only
stamps f<* cir- ul ir and FTee Samples to MAR­
P ro a ( i to ti save« ever etbar |^_ _
promptly done.
show ed n o baking pow der a OYAL Baking Powder.
I B£S7*K a SP*!L i C1^ C&LUM E'ANj
TIN KU1>Y. Registered Pharmacist, Lancaster,
U yoor d a ta a sco t apply yoa oa cam. SoU bp
costs $_±b e. mua.ii to maintain i .
Fa. No Po8TAi.il A n sw ere d . For sale by all
Thanking tny friends for paat pat-
so
p
u
re
o
r
s
o
g
rea
t
la
k
m
*
Or.
Price’
s
Cream
b
a
k
in
g
P
ow
d
er
Highest
ot
all
iu
leavening
Ja;iiss Vkk’c Sons Gîîdctt^:
first class druggists everywhere m d in Eugene.
, roDage 1 will endeavor to merit a « x . i u n » .
th i, vicinity write at
Oregon bj Osborn and Delano.
\wardH GoU Mi4a| Midwinter Fair, San Francisca ' ~ " A s t O T < l J í f c r s l d .
B O C H IM X S
J f. r .
suing p ow er us tb e R oyal.
strength.-v . ». <
continuance of tbeir work
g o l d w a s fir s t d is c o v e r e d iu
ati
c a v e lo c a t e d ill a c a n y o n , w h ic h
p 62 The
o ld I
had
very popular
and genuine La Blache
Face Powder, white, flesh nr pink.
Price 2jc a
L U M B E R .
J. B. ROUSE,
PROMPTLY
FILLED
New Goods and New Styles
L U R C H ’S
C L O T H IN G ,
DRY
GOODS,
B O O T S and S H O E S .
Ladies Dress Goods, Hats and
Domestios-
j
All Sizes of Trunks.
The Shasta. Route
N
O
"
__
THROUGH TICETS
Dining Cars on Ogden Rnoit.
J. S. MEDLEY, '
Justice of the Peace
Real E state Agent.
Collections a Specialty.
W . L. D o u c las
S 3 S H O E t ’ : s . t .;.t.
Boot & Shoe Shop
Egg&ittSgfca.
s
A
r