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About Cottage Grove echo=leader. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Or.) 18??-1895 | View Entire Issue (April 20, 1895)
UW Grow KWwier.
The San Francisco Call gives
elaborate details of the Emanuel
church in that city, having been
: | turned into a human slaughter
| house, by a wretch whom it were
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.
| better had never been born. The
E. P. THORP, - - EDITOR. murder of Misses Blanche Lamont
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■ ■ — and Minnie Williams were atrocious
SAT CRD AY, APRIL 20, - 1805. crimes for which the perpetrator
should suffer death at the earliest
~ | moment. There are too many mur-
Portland Welcome: An exchange ; ders in California and the good peo-
states that five per cent of the men p]e of the golden state should put a
in this country are broker. And it Htop to them by strangulation so
might have added that most of the j sure and swift as to cause the hearts
other ninety-five per cent are broke. Qf the villiuns to quake with fear.
A n A c t fo r th e m o r e E ffectu al P reven tion
o f C ru e lty to Animai.*«.
TO AID HOME INDUSTRIES.
Scrofula in the Blood
Im portant E nterprise o f the Cham ber o f
Com m erce.
LEWIS & IÜRKIOLDIR.
Be it enacted by the Legislative As Causes Glands of the Neck to
sembly to the state of Oregon:
S e c t i o n 1.
| or overloads, drives when overload T his Trouble and a Case o f Rheu
4 0 0 to 412 K St.,
The Portland Chamber of Com
m a tis m Cured by Hood’s.
merce has entered upon an import
prives of necessary sustenance, “ C .L H o o d & Co., L ow ell, M aas.:
ant enterprise, which touches the
« Dear Sire: A little over a year a g o I
| cruelly beats, mutilates, or cruelly
Largest General Retail liona on IM
quick of Portland’s commercial
had a »w ellin g com e on the side o f my
prosperity. Co-operatiou, hearty
Wearing Apparel of all kinds for men,
neck. « waa In very p oor health generally
ildren; Dry Good
Goods, Shoes, | overdriven or overloaded, driven
and d octored tw o
and prompt, on the part of the peo women,
u re, Carpeta,
Hats, Millinery, Valises, Furniture.
when overloaded, overwork* d. tor
Notions. Stationery, Silverware.
m onths w ith the
ple, is the least they can do to meet Crockery,
Toys, Household Supplies, etc.
tured. tormented. -I pr v. d of neces
f a m i l y phyeician
the cause half way. The standing
sary sustenance, cruelly beaten,
C a ta lo g u e Free.
w h o said m y c o m
committee on manufactories of the
A handsome 1 lustrated catalog«»
plaint was a bilious
| n utilated, or cruelly killed, any uni
chamber is daily in receipt of many
.boa t our goods .n d prices sent free to
attack. H is treat
mat; and whoever having the
.n r address Tens of thousands of cos-
letters from the East, inquiring for
tomers find it profitable and satisfac
ment failed to help
charge of or custody of any animal,
It looks ns though Secretary Kin-
E d ito ria l c a r * » ,
tory to buy through this book.
information from those who wish *o
m e so 1 determ ined
T E R M S CASH .
caid had pretty much all of Lane
The editor of a Texas paper gives locate industrial plants here. The
t o t ry H o o d ’» Sar
cruelty upon the same, shall for ev
Enclose money for goods with order, and If
county backing him in his good , tht following figures of a statistical committee finds itself unable to an
to be sent by mail allow for postage Any
ery such offence, be punished b'
great Joy,t h e »w e l
work politically. Old Lane is a ter- memorandum of his every day life swer these letters satisfactorily, a- balance left over will be returned.
imprisonment in the county jail not
lin g o n th e »id s o l
If interested in any of the items be
ror and keeps solidity for a new :lnd still people will think that edi- it does not wish to conflict with
exceeding sixty days, or by fine not
m y neck d lsap -
deal.— Capital Journal.
j tors have but few cares to disturb home industries already established. low, order promptly, giving item num
exceeding one hundred dollars, or _______________________ peered. I waa ben -
their slumbers, and start into the It is the desire of the chamber to ber.
by both flue and imprisonment
Mrm. W . n . Maliarnee efited fo r m y o th er
Anybody who faucies the Su newspaper business to enjoy life.
aid these home institutions, rather
A fte r
S e c . 3.
No person or company
preme court is a small affair should
TIMES. than bring in new ones of the same
tak in g three bottlea o f the m edicin e,I have
measure the size of the hole it made Been asked to d r in k ................... 11.392 kind. For the purpose of furnish
cattle, sheep or hogs, shall confine n ot had • »lc k day alnce. I fo r on e, rec
in going through the income-tax D rank .................................................... 11,392 ing such aid, where needed at home,
om m end H o o d ’» Sarsaparilla to the afflic-
law. The law was scarcely large Requested to re tract....................... 416 the committee is seeking informa PP 36 . Ladies’ triple cloth Capes, In cardinal, or permit such animals to be confin
D id n ’t re tract......................................
black, navy blue or tan; ruffle at neck and piuk- ed in or upon any boat, barge, rail
enough to hold the rents in it.
tion from every owner of a factory ed edges. Price, $1.50; postage, 13c.
Invited to parties and receptions
road car, or any other vehicle of
by parties fishing for p uffs___ 3,333 in Portland, and the country tribu
transportation, for a longer period ted, k n o w in g w hat It ha» done fo r me in
30 tary thereto, and to this end has
The tragedy amid the liilies of T ook the h in t......................................
P637. The Kayser black silk Gloves, with
th e past. M y husband was afflicted w ith
Easter Sunday is a fearful contfirina-
sent out a circular to which it is donble finger tips that will out wear the rest o f
rheum atism and had that tired feelin g.
Threatened to be w hipped....................... 162
the glove. Price, 50c.
without unloading the same for rest, H e t o o k H o o d ’s Sarsaparilla and fou n d It
tion of the saying of the Peri in Been whipped ..................................
C hoped a prompt response will be
A T 25.
"Latla Rookh,” Some flowers of ] W hipped the other fello w .......................... 4 made. The circular, which is sign P63S. Children’ s checked gingham or white for a period of at least five consecu
Just the M edicine Needed.
tive hours, unless prevented from so
Eden you still inherit, but the trail \ D idn’ t com e to tim e .....................
155 ed by Mr. John Klosterman, chair cam bric Sun Bonnets. Price 25c.
W e believe It w ill d o all that la claim ed fo r
of the serpent is over them all.”— j Been promised w hiskey, pin, etc,
man of the committee, and Mr. P639. A little device that will make any pair
iT he would g o after "them____________ 5,640
Animals so unloaded shall Be prop It, if given a fair trial. B oth o f us have
S. F. Call.
used Ht-od’e V egetable P ill» end ere w ell
Been after them ........
5.640 Frank Motter its secretary, i3 as of scissors sharp iu ten seconds. Price, 20c;
erly fed and watered during such pleased w ith th em .” M rs . W . B - M a l -
Been asked w hat’s the n e w s .. .300,000 follows:
rest by the owner or owners or per l e r n e e , M eadow , W a sh in g ton .
A Methodist minister, before a T o ld .........................................................
A T • 2 .0 0 .
“The standing committee on man
New England conference, called D id n ’t know ................................ 200.000 ufactories of the Chamber of Com P640. Men’ s neat leather Shoes for every day son or persons in whose custody N. B . Be sore t o get H o o d ’s Sarsaparilla.
President Cleveland n drunkard, Lied about i t ...................................... 99,877 merce is desirous of promoting in or dress wear, elastic sides or hook and lace, they are, as in case of his or tlieir
Been to c h u rch ..................................
H ood’ s Pills »re purely vegetable, and do
stout soles. Price $ 2 . 00 ; postage, 30c.
and not being able to substantiate Changed p olitics................................
lefau.t in so doing, then by the not gripe, purge, or pain. Sold by all druggist!.
32 dustries here, and wishes to become
A T 20c.
the statement humbly apologised. E xpect to change still.....................
with those establish P641. Infallible Corn Cure, simple and guar party or companv which transports
He should not have made the asser G ave to c h a rity ................................ $5 00 ments already in operation, in or anteed to cure. Price, 20c; postage, 2c.
the same at the expense of said own-
That California judge hail good
tion without he was positive of its G ave for a terrior d o g ...................$25 00 1er to support and encourage home P642. Ladies’ pure A white
er or owners, and shall not be liable common Rense when lie decided that Wishes to inform those who are contemplating building in,the spring to ban
Cash on h a n d .................................... $10 00
in their orders for lumber now. so they can he
truth; and, even then, it was none
industries, rather than to secure long, loose wrists and very stylish. Price, 75c. for any detention of such nnimals as a public prayer, delivered by a min-
A T 3c.
of his business.
authorized by this Act. Any com- jBter iu his pulpit before his congre-
new ones where the field is already
P643. A tablet of good cream ruled Note Pa pany, owner or custodian of such gatiou, is not privileged, but that
NORMAL SCHOOL NOTES.
per for letter writing. Price, 3c.
Portland Sunday Welcome: At
animals, who shall fail to comply he is accountable for a slander made
“You are, therefore, respectfully
a recent revival in LaGrande, a
With any kind of lumber you may wish, which will then be ready, and you
A T •2.00.
with the provisions of this section, public in that way.
The fourth and last term of school
young man was approached by an
won’t have to wait.
man or secretary of this committee
PGM. Ladies* black kid button shoes, with
earnest young lady who said to him: began last Monday.
at your earliest convenience, a con black cloth tops and patent leather tips, medi liable for, nnd forfeit ami pay a pen RAILROAD BUILDING IN PROS
“ My dear friend, it would do my
Mabel Reid left Saturday morn fidential statement of your business um heels and toes. Price, 92.00; pos.age, 15c.
alty of not less than fifty dollars
Orders From a Distance Promptly Attended To
heart good to lead you to the altar. ’ ing for a week’s visit at her home in
nor more than one hundred dollais:
C AR PE TS REDUCED.
The young fellow hesitatingly repli Eugene.
Provided, however. That when nni-;
ployed, the scope of your business,
“Send in your orders a t once.
P645. Smith’s Tapestry Carpets sewed to fit
Tbe year 1894 snowed the lowest
ed that he appreciated the honor,
An entertainment is soon to be the territory you undertake t any room , 45c yard; Roxbury Carpets. 7uc; best mills shall be carried in or upon j
number of railvoad tracks construct
but he was already engaged to two given for the benefit of the business
cover, yearly output of your plant Moquettes, sewed, 95c yd; all choice patterns.
girls and could not accommodate students.
and are provided with proper food, ed in tbe United States for twenty-
in the past and in anticipation, and
WE1N STO CK , LUBIN & CO., water place and opportunities for years. This fact marks the severity
A. A. Masters left Monday morn should you see fit— the amount of
rest, the foregoing provisions in re of tbe trade depression, for the
The following, from an exchange, ing for Coos county where he will capital invested.
S a c r a n a e n t o . C a l . gard to their being unloaded shall amount of railway construction is
“It is desired that you should
always greatest in brisk times, when
is sound wisdom, and should be fol
Miss Mary McCarthy returned fully appreciate that it is the inten
lowed by every editor. “Never
S ec . 4
Provides for arrests with the volume of traffic is large, and
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All about Fruit raising in the
write when you are angry. If yon from Grants Pass last Sunday after tion of the committee, in collecting
by any officer of tbe the prospect of a paying investment
do, lay the manuscript by and rend
leads men to put their money in
knowledge of our manufacturing
it when you cool off. The first im week.
new lines. Iu 1894 the total new
ec . 5.
pulse upon reading an abusive ar
Thomas Todd, of Shoestring, was establishments as will enable it tc
mileage was a little under 2,000
GROW ING INEQUALITY.
fore the magistrate.
ticle is to sit down and rip the other here last week. He was formerly a secure patronage for home indus
miles. An upward movement has LEMATI,
S ec . 6.
“The word animal shall already begun, according to tbe
fellow’s hide off. But this is a mis student of the Oregon"State Univer tries and prevent orders for sup
be held to include all brute crea
A FULL LINE OF
plies, etc., from being sent away/
Railway Age, of Chicago, and that
take. Nine times out of ten it is sity at Eugene.
"The committee, however, does not age of millionaires is passing away tures.” “ Corporations are.liable for paper thinks it probable fbat 1895
better not to reply at all.”
The Normal students were given
wish to discourage new plants from and that the great fortunes so sud the acts of their agents.’’
will show a considerably larger total.
half a holiday last Friday as it was
denly made will be scattered never
S ec . 7.
Duties of sheriffs and po In support of this, the Age prints a
locating here. On the contrary,
Those who claim to know whereof Arbor Day.
realizes that a manufactory is the agaiu to accumulate in a few bands. lice officers to arrest and prosecute. very valuable detailed statement,
they speak say that in a year or so
Prof. Hefty was presented a book real mint of a city; that the manu Why should it be so when "landlords “ All fines of flie constitution go to covering several pages, of new rail
from now horses will bring the same of poems by the Junior class last
facturer takes a comparatively val are just now increasing their hold, the School Fund.’
ways or extensions, under contract,
prices that they did three years ago. Friday, as a token of appreciation
S ec , 8. Gives com u r r *nt jurisdic
ueless product, and, by his work, and heirs of divided estates are be
surveyed nnd incorporated. Of the
As a reason for this prediction they of him as their teacher.
tion to justice and police judges.
gives it a heigthened intrinsic
last, however, in includes “only such
claim that the breeding of horses
Approved, Feb. 20, 1885.
Prof. Hefty withdrew from the worth. It is not only that he em several hands? A money making
projests as seem to have reasonable
has been almost entirely abandoned
ploys labor and uses home product,
prospect of realization.”
Bince the prices have dropped so school work last week ar.d will soon
but that he adds the absolute value, lending doubles his fortune in ten Legislature, Feb. 11, 1891) for the
The total of new projects gives
low, nnd that this will consequently leave on a surveying trip near the
economically the most important years and iu forty years will have protection of seagulls, making it a 20,547 miles of new road, built by
lessen the number and raise the coast. Prof. J. J. Berry takes his
misdemeanor “ to willfully injure 373 companies, in the United States,
factor in a prosperous community.
C aptain J inks .
price. There is abundance of room place.
The manufacturer’s increase return die and some of these have hun take, kill or destroy any sea gull,’ Ohio is credited with 438, by 12
for improvement iD this line.
at once to the common fund, not dreds of millions, increasing rapid the penalty being, a fine ($5 to $25) companies. Of course nothing like
B. H . B o w m a n : P ub. E n q u irer; of
This stock has just been refilled and is th e *
only in wages to his enrkyoyes, but ly, too. A landlord owning half f t and costs uifd imprisonment in de
liter of the r,.». Rapids Brem an, In d ., w rites: L a st week in his larger demand for the crude an Eastern state's liest largest coun fault Any justice of the peace has total 20,547 miles will be built this
year, but tbe Age says that 101 of best selected in town.
fMich.) Progress, in announcing bis our little girl baby the on ly one we product, which he transmutes into ty formerly leased for one-third the jurisdiction.
the roads named in its exhibit, with
i ^ T l i e highest prices paid forul] kinds ot produce mfg
npproaching marriage, said: “The have was taken sick with croup. gold. In the manufacturer we have crop, then getting greater advant
Our native and important song
editor and lady will be home to A fter two D octors failed to give re the wise bird who lays the golden age for half aud now exacts two- birds. The legislature of Oregon a total proposed length of 2,938
friends and delinquent subscribers lief and life was h an gin g on a mere egg. Portland’s Chamber of Com thirds, besides forcing Ins teuauts has also enacted two statues for the miles, were either wholly or partly
W . H . CO O PER,
after April 10. We trust a good thread we tried One M inute Cough merce does not wish him to be a to deal exclusively with him for protection of song birds: tjie first railed or under contract at the
a t X ^ a -w ,
number of both the above mention Cure and its life was saved. F o r sale rara avis in this community; so, teams, wago s, and his stores for approved Feb. 20, 1891. protects commencement of the year, and it a t t o r n e y
ed will take advantage of this notice bv J . P. Currin
The Shasta Route
C ottage G rove . O regon .
wherever there is a opening and a merchandise, drugs, etc. His two useful singing birds imported from with the addition of other lines,
desire to fill it, the committee wish or three heirs will carry out his Germany ami elsewhere, naming the something like this mileage of new
160 Acres Land for Sale
KEEPING UP THE FERTILITY es to be able to give would-be loca system. This is one example of a nightingale, skylark, starling, re,I
track may be added during 1895, 3 MILES FROM ELKTON O R
Why don’t our farmers make
tor valuable advice and, to deserv system in its infancy there. Not breast, mocking bird, and others, with n possibility of much more if
Southern Pacific Co.
OF NEW SOILS.
more butter? Good butter can al
ing institutions, more material aid. one acre would he sell nor a thous and making it a misdemeanor to in good times are restored. It is in P artly cleared with good fram e Express Trains Leave Portland Daily.
house, barn and ou t buildings, good
There are few soils which are not
ways be sold at a good price. A
and at $100 per acre. But. he is as jure or kill them. The statute, ap
teresting to find that the Age’s ex well at the d oor. 4000 rails in the South.
gentleman of this place, after going made more productive by the addi
sessed about $10. If ever the peo proved in February, 1895, protects
In the Spring
hibit shows that new railways are fe n c e ; school 1 % m ile s ; price $600, i: 15 I». in. xvr Portland
Ar. | 8 20 a. m.
to every store in to vn and to all of tion of manure or other fertilizer.
ple rule, would they tolerate such a native song birds ami others, nam
on e h alf dow n, balance on l i n g tim e 12:57 a. m. Lv. Cottage Grove Lv.
demanded iu every oue of the 48
N early everybody needs a good m edi
his neighbors, looking for butter,
at g per cent int. F o r furth er partic 10:45 a. IU. Ar. San Francisco Lv. | 7:00 p. m.
thing? But they do rule more di ing the yellow-breasted chat, mead
G eo S m it h ,
inquired of us if we knew where he But the profit, either near or re cine. T he im purities which have ac- rectly in such states as Missouri and owlark, robin, song sparrow, lark- states and territories, with the ex ulars write to
Above trains stop at all station* from Portland
E lk to n , O reg o n .
* Albany inclusive; also. Tangent.
could buy, borrow or steal enough mote, must decide food in the soil.
Illinois where such things exists and finch, bluebird, snowbird, oriole,
Harrisburg Junction city, Irving, Ru-
butter for his next meal. We Were The immediate outlay for fertilizers cold m onths m ust be expelled, or grow daily. Years ago the Chicago lazuli-finch, bouse and winter wren, mountainous Idaho, while the num Thos. F. Oakes, H enry C. Payne, llen ry c . Rouse jcene and all stations from B otelm rg to A s b n á
unable to give him any information. is always large while the returns
News for months exposed the as pine linnet, California linnet, warb
Ito ftr h u r tf T l a i I D a l l y .
He finally found butter at one store from the investment may extend fect o f bracing air Is lost, the body is sessments of men owning from ten lers, vireo, swallow, tanager, gros in some of these sections is surpris
8:30 a. m.
Ar. | 4 : » p. m.
but thought it was too strong for
3:25 p. m.
Lv. Cottage Grove Lv. 9:29 a. m.
to fifty millious each, showing they beaks, kinglets or horned lark.
I 7 00 a. m.
its use, as it was too strong for his
paid taxes there-on from three to Both these acts include interfering
use, as it was chained in the celler. of manure is therefore almost con ble success achieved by H o o d ’s Sarsa over eight hundred dollars. Their with their eggs. Penalty not less be one of the most important indus
tries, aud means of the development
stantly deferred, especially by parilla, and the m any words o f praise marble
Lake County Examiner.
palaces, stables, horses than $5, nor more than $100. This of the country.
Pullman Bufiet Sleepers
farmers in new countries, until fail it has received, m ake it w orthy your worth thousands each, pictures cost law was approved Feb. 23, 1895,
Letters from different portions of ing crops and profit enforce the confidence. W e ask you to give this ing ten thousand, statuary, jewels,
S r r e n d t ’ lan a S l e e p i n g C a r s
medicine a trial. W e are sure it will
the state are still being published iR
N O T IC E F O R P U B L IC A T IO N .
need of returning to the
soil do you go od . Read the testim onials all assessed never above $800. On
ATTACHED TO ALL THROUGH TRAINS.
HARD ON NEWSPAPERS.
the Oregonian giving forth different!
the same page pictures of homes or
Land Office at Roseburg, Oregon,
opinions as regards the needs of this !
poor widows.and assessments against
W e * t S id e D i v i s i o n ,
April 4, 1895.
region. The burden of their plaint ! ping- The true course for the parilla, all from reliable, grateful peo them of $500 or $2,000. Yet not
Between Portland and Corvallis.
The year just passed has been Notice Is hereby given that the following- Pullman
Sleeping: C ar*
may be summed up in a few words farmer on new land is to carefully ple. T h ey tell the story.
one thing was done ! And still the tbe hurdest one on the newspapers named settler has filed notice of his Intention to
MAIL T R A IS 1 )A IL Y (EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
mane final print: in support o f his claim, andthat E legan t
— more work: more enterprise; buy conserve the natural riches of his
people rule! All over the land men that they have experienced sir
said proof will be made before A. C. Jennings
Creswell correspondent of Eu-
D in in g Cara
12:15 P. M. I Ar.
less goods from abroad and make
County Clerk of Lane county, Oregon, at Eugeue
E. M. Shelton
of geue Guard: A. W. and W. L. and woman of the poor who are 1869, says the press printer. 1 Very Oregon, on June II. 1895, via:
more at home; patronize home in
John N. Schneider on homestead entry No. 5521,
At Albany and Corvallis connect with trains o
Oregon Pacific Railroad.
w><, N W j and w'^ 8 w ‘ i o f sec. 20. tp 21 S „
S le e p in g Cara
dustries and lend no aid to foreign Queensland, Australia, formerly of Wallace moved down to Creswell arrested, fined aud imprisoned, yet few newspapers have gained in cir tor
R. 3 west. He names the following witnesses
Kansas, believes that this can be Tuesday where they have leased a every Sunday the trains of railways culation. About one half of the to prove his continuous residence upon and
fads and fakes.
E xprebs T r a in D a il y î E xu r pt S u n da y .)
ST. P A U L
cultivation of, said land viz: J. M. McDoll. N.
M IN N E A P O L IS
done at least expense by a judicious piece of clay land on the S. O. Mar come shriekeng, thundering all day newspapers and other publications I,. Kimble. J. H. Shortrldge and J. P. Langdon
4:40 P. M Lv.
Ar I S:25 A. M.
7:25 P. M. Ar McMinnville Lv. I 6.50 A. M.
of Cottage Grove, Oregon
Oscar Wilde, since the London alternation of crops, by occasionally tin place for ten years for the pur long and load and unload freight.
iu the United States have decreased
pose of manufacturing tiling. They
court trial, has lost every vestage of
Through tickets to all points In tbe Eastern
G RAND FORKS
jsing the new lauds as stock pas will erect a large shed under which We have even known men to be iu size the past year. The number
states. Canada and Europe can be obtained at
fame he ever enjoyed. His books
C R O O K 8T O N
fined for hauling the freight just
lowest rates from M. C. Bond, agent, Cottage
to dry the tile, and before winter
E. P. ROGERS,
W IN N IP E G
have been taken out of the public
unloaded away from depots. Yet that have been suspended is not
H E L E N A and
libraries, and although his plays are and by returning to the soil all the will build a shed 50 feet square over this is a land of freedom and equali definitely known, but it is known
*. KOEHLER. M a n a g e ^ ° " F * P“
the machinery. Several carloads
still running at some of the theaters, wastes of the farm. '
ty. Men are daily arrested and that owing to decreased size and
of tile are used here every season
his name has been expunged from
forced to do unvoluntarily labor in
the bills. It is strange that the im -! D e W it t ’s W itc h H azel S a ’ ve cures aud the farmers are only beginning chain gangs as vagrants, tramps. suspensions, there is 48 per cent
C H IC A G O
mortal tendency and baneful influ i scalds, burns, indolent sores and to tile, so the making of tile in the Yet so far is this Hail Columbia that less white paper iu the news class
ence of his books and play? were ] neVer fails to cure piles. F o r sale by neighborhood will keep the money its supreme law framed in every used than was the case one year W ili m ake the season o f 1895 ns fol W A S H I N G T O N
low s : On M ondays at C. J. S ea rs’ P H I L A D E L P H I A
at home and save a large sum of
not found out until after his convic J. P. Currin.
state as well as the national consti
N EW YORK
freight money to the farmers. We
tion of crime. He is down now.
BOSTON A N D A L L
today in the United
tution declares, -Slavery and iuvol- published
understand the freight on six inch
day forenoons at P leasant H ill
On P O IN T S E A S T A N D S O U T H
The prospects are very flattering5 S c h o o l F unds . Eugene Register: tile amounts to nine dollars per ment for crimes, are forever prohib
and Saturdays at C ottage G rov e, of
C o lle c tio n s a S p e c ia lty .
for an immense fruit crop in South School Superintendent Stevenson thousand from the nearest factory. ited” O h ! Vagrancy, tramping is a 1893, the first year in 25 years that each week, d e s c r i p t i o n :
C ottage G rove , O r .
the statistics have shown a decrease,
Douglas county ibis season, an I the has made up his list of apportion-
California Jim is a beautiful m a h og
crime. Seeing then the tendency of
any bav, with star in fo re h e a d ; stands and tickets, call on or write
outpnt will probably almost double 5 Inent of school funds to the various tile for every thousand bought
Clothing tor Ladies and Children
affairs, they win believe that ex
16 hands high, w eighs 1770 pounds
W. P. LOCKWOOD, Agent,
that of last year. Our farmers have districts of the county for the regu-
Peudleton News: Marriage by cesses and abuses of the kind we papers suspended publication
Made to order cheap for cash or
and will be 4 years old M ay 26th, 1895.
also discovered, says the Riddle En- j l|ir April apportionment. The total contract is a thing of the past iu speak of are self-curative are laying
P e d i g r e e —C alifornia Jim was 9ired Cottage Grove, Or.
country produce, by
1893, and it is said that this year at
terpnse, that hogs and cattle are I amount of funds to be apportioned California, and hereafter the man flattering uDction to their souls.
hy a full blooded im ported E nglish
M kh . P e t S a n f o r d ,
the cheapest threshing machines; j ^ h i s time is $27,753.85. The aud the woman who would enter The inequalities that are breeding
A. D. CHARLTON. Asst- Gen. Pass
2000 pounds. Dam w a s one half Shire
and that beef and hogs’ hides are 1 amount of funds par capita of chil- wedlock must marry in the face of in our country are not those of for great majority. These figures i
and one half French Canadian.
the best substitute for grain sacks j dren of school age is $2.60. Each the world. Such a law ten years tune alone; and those who believe complied from autborative reports
T e r m s . — Single service, $5 payable 255 Morrisson St., Portland Oregon.
in getting crops to market
school district get $50 in addition ago would have done much to check that the great accumulations of and are no guess work. Of course at tim e or se rv ic e ; season $8 payable
at end o f se a so n ; insurance $10 puya
! to the per capita apportionment. the blackmail that has swept ov
stock fortunes are worse in this ef many newspapers have started, but bie when mare proves to be with foal.
i No funds have been received from tbe state like a tidal wave.
fect than excessive wonoply in land tbe number so starting has been far Care taken to prevent accidents, but
The^great saudstorm which swept the 8tatfl for thjg appoltl0Dmenti
c o r d o v a n ;
over Eastern Colorado and Western I
L o o k O u t — If subscribers of the
[ All the money coming from the
Season begins A pril 1st and ends July
-*3.s® F ine C alp I
Kansas lately was unprecedented j
' j county funds. The April appor E c h o - L e a d e r do not get it every
A . P A R K S , P roprietor.
* 3.W POLICE,] soles .
and adds a new terror to life in that i
tionment in 1894 was $1.10 per
There is work now before the
regioi. Buildings, railway cars and 1
. e x n tA r is e -
I capita more than this year, which to the publisher, and they will please
Federal Land office. An order has
other objects exposed to the sand
They have a novel way of celebra
WEST COTTAGE GROVE,
*2 . * 17* B3YS SCCTLSWl
will make quite a difference in the
been issued for a survey of the In
blast had the paint and varnish j
■ L A D IE S ’
; available funds of a number of the
Secretary of Interior Hoke Smith, dian Territory. This is likely to be ting Easter and Youngston, Ohio.
scoured aud the wood cut as if j
They crucified an effigy of Judas C h a m b erla in ’ » E y e a n d S k in O in tm en t Has moved into the red front Eastman
districts. There are now 153 dis- has given to the president tbi draft
followed by orders for surveys of all Iscariot; then made it a target and
ground by an emery wheel. The |
Is unequalled for Eczema, Tetter, Salt-
t . _
, tricts in the county. In Eugene of a proclamation opening to settle
old hardware store.
other territory in which Uncle Sam finally set it on fire. As it was full Rheum, Scald Head, Sore Nipplec, Chapped
faces and hands of persons caught .*
ianA , . , i
. , , . ” J there are 1220 cbildien of school ment the lands ceded by tbe Alsea
in the storm were cut as with knives
Over O m Mlllloa Pwpto w a r tto
of fire crackers a irackling t'tne
i age. This entitles the district to and other Indians on the Siletz res
:J0H N FERGUSON
00C acres in Alaska, for example, closed the program.
and the loss of live stock is reported
For sale by druggists at 25 cents per box.
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
ervation. The president is expected over which to drag the chain aiid
Is still in the business for the ' A ll our shoes are equally satisfactory
as very great Whether science
drive the stakes.
| manufacture of boots and shoes.
and engenuity can devise a remedy
They give the beat vatu« for the m e a n .
For putting a horse in a fine healthy con
They equal custom shoes la stylo and fit.
it u d y ’s P ile S u p p o sito ry
against the recurrence against such The World's F a ir Tests ‘ mer proclamation within a few days.
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
Their «roaring qualities ar* tiosorpaaaeS.
dition try Dr. Cady’s Condition Powders.
Is guaranteed to cure Piles and Constipation, or
Tho prices arc uniform,— stomped oa so*».
a calamitv seems doubtful.
nd two They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure promptly done.
sh ow ed n o baking pow der The U. S. Gov’t Reports R O Y A L Baking Powder. money refunded. 50 cents per box
Prom t i tn S i saved over other m k « .
stamps for circular and Free samples to MAK- 1083 of appetite, relieve constipation, correct
Titan king my friends for past pat-1 If your dealer cannot »apply yoa we cao. Sold bp
IN RU D Y, Registered Pharmacist, Lancaster, kidney disorders and destroy worms, giving
so pure o r so grea t In leav
Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder
show R oyal B aking Pow der
H ighest o f a ll In leavening T Pa.
N o P o st a l s A s s w e k k d . For sale hy all
ronage I will endeavor to merit a e x e e a l a le s r l s v e e v » e a r l e y w f h o r e r e t h . i W s a v n i c t e i n d i , t a y c . e n W t r tn t t e t a k a e *
Awaked Gold Meda Midwinter Fair. San Francisco.
class druggists everywhere in d In Eugene new life to an old or over-worked horse. 25
ening p ow er as th e Royal.
superior to a ll others.
Strength. - V . S. Ooveramewt »«p o rt. first
cer ts per psricaue.
sate hy druggists.
Oregon hy Oshorn and Delano
continnance of their work
WOOL, HIDES AND FURS,
Lumber, Shingles and G rain.
Agents for the sale of the
H ood’s ^
L U M B E R .
J. B. ROUSE,
P R O M P T L Y F IL L E D
N e w G ood s and N e w S ty le s
C L O T H IN G ,
B O O T S and S H O E S .
Ladies Dress Goods, Hts and
A ll Sizes o f Trunks.
fcA&T A ND S O U T H
||O R T H E K N
P A C IF IC
TH ROUGH TICETS
Dining Cars on Ogden Rnott.
J. S. M ED LEY,
Justice of the Peace
Real Estate Agent.
W.L. D ouclas
Boot k Shoe Shop
IfffiS S H fflU .