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LEBANON, OREGON, FBI DA V, MARCH 15, 1881V
Pitts' Engrines and Threshers,
Baiii Wagons, Hacks and Buggies, and All Kinds of Two and
Four Wheeled Vehicles.
McCormack and Oeerlng Binders and Mowers, Oliver Chilled Plows, Carden
and Moline Plows, Disc Harrows, Wood and Iron Floating Harrows,
BARBED WIRE. MONITOR SEEDERS AND DRILLS. SINGLE AND DOUBLE HARNESS. SOLE AGENT FOR THE
LICHTN1NC HAT PRESS, THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
F. H. KOSCOB,
LKRAS'IN I-opoE, NO. 44. A. F. A. M : Mwt.
at Hi.ir near hall in M annate Itlock, oa Satania)
rasing, en or bfure th tll tucon.
J WASSON. W. M.
LE4!COS tOPOR, KV 47. I. O. O. F.: Mwb Sit
nid viin of 4"-k, at Odd . Hull,
Msia nni rWUiii fcmthren ei.i.linliy (nvi'ed to
attend. J. J. I HAKLT0K. O.
HONOR I.OIXSK SCO. Ss. A. O V W .
t rwn: M ererj 8rt n4 tMnt Tmi
hit in the mouth. F. H. RoStOI
M. S. CHl-RCH.
-IV niton Bklpwith, j-astor Service Pun
da at 11 A. M. and 7 r. a. fcauday School at 10
A. it. each Sanday.
O. W. Oohanv, past r Perrices each Sunday
at H A. . Kahday St ho.il W A. 34.
CrMBKRLASD rHEPBTT-RBlAS CBVRrH.
J. R. Kirknatriek, pastor .ervlcca the 2nd
and th Sundavs at 11 a. and 7 r. M. Sunday
Behool each Sunday 10 a. m.
Crsioalan Railway Co. JLImitea, Lids.
CM. SCOTT. Receiver.
Te Take KIT' rt rtkraary 1. IH9.
1 O TIork, . m.
Between Portland and Cobunr 123 Miles.
U:a.iu lv.l'oit.and (l Jt W. V.).ar 4 p.iii
4:lI..m Silvrton.. 11-iWa.m
6:24 p.m West ii-ia :"Jia.m
7:'jI.m 8pie.r. 7:31 a. m
SM7 p.m Bronville 6:i:u.m
10:lo p.m at Cobniy.. . - - -It Vt-m
BETWEEN POBTLANB AND A1RI.IK, .N) MILES.
Fut of Jetrnt-iu Sint.
11 M a.m
7 i p. m
Iv.I'ortlaudd'. A W.
'ommntatlon ifkt at two centa jer mile on
ronnwUon between Kay's nd TnloHartz i
ljindinira ma.ie with strainer "City of Salem ." i
Tlekets for any plnt on th! line for sale at I
the l uited t'arria-re aud Bareate Tranfcr !
Company's office. Second and Pine Btreets. and '
f. & VV. V. Ry. ffie and depot, foot of Jerter- j
son street, Portland, Oregon. j
CHAS. N. SCOT r. KeceirerO. Ry, Co. Ixl.
Lino, Portland, Oregon.
F. D. MoTAIS. Train Dispatcher, Dundee
J. Mt3 U4 UP, Supt. O. Ry. Co. Id.) Line, Dun
General Offices. X. W. Corner First and Pice
Euveta. 1'orUand, Oreicon.
THE YAQUINA ROUTE,
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD.
Crsg:5 Dsvel-Jtisiit C m;asys stedmsliiD Lire.
8J HJterter. lleons Ims Time
Than by any other Ronte.
Firet-Class Througrh Paaaenger
From Portland and all points in the Willamette
Valley to and from Sau Francisco, Cal.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD.
TIME SCHEDULE, (Except 8undaTA.)
Lv Albany 1:00 p.m.
Lv Carvaliis 1:40 p.m.
Ar Yaouina 5.H0 p.m.
Lv Ya.uiua :4a a.m.
Lv CorvalliB 10::V .m.
Ar Albanv 11:10 a.m.
O. & C. trains connect at Albany aud Corvallts.
The above trains connect at Yaquina with the
Orczon Development Company's line of Sliam-,
ships between Aaquica aad bau tranciseo.
SAILING DATES :
FKOM S. F.
Vt U;ainerte Valley lW-fialjer 6 j UeeeintKT
W illamette Vailey 1 D.!uinb'.'r 17 Decemler
Willamette Valley Decern ber30
This rcmvwtny reserves the right to cbanRP
sa'liti dates without notice.
p.iss.-ni.'ers from Pottiami and all Wiliamette
valley points can make close connection with
the traius of the Yaquina route at Albany or
Corvailis, and If destined to San Kraneiseo
should arraie to arrive at Yauiua the eve
niiui beX.re Uie rratt: of gailiuc
Pawracrr and Freight Rates
Always the Lowest.
For information app
C. IT. HA?WELI,
Cen'l r'r't t 1'ass. Act.
Okod Devel'pm'nt Co
Huu Francisco, Cal.
C. C. HOGCK,
Act'K lien. F. fe P. Ast.
O. P. K. K. R. Co.,
Willamette lm Vm cf Stealers
The'VM. M. HOAii,- tan Ji. S BEXTLY,"
The "THREE SIfiTEKS."
Are in service for both passenser and freight
tratie between Corvailis and Portluud and in
termediate points, leaving company's wharf,
C:rvallis. and Messrs. ilulman At Co.'s wharf,
Nos. a and Front stret, Portland, Mon
davs, Wednesdays aud Fridays, making three
round trips each week as follows :
Leave Corvailis Monday, Wednesday, Friday,
8 a. m.; leav Ailiany :30 a. m.
Arrive Salem, Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 3
p. m.; leave Salem, Tuesday, Thursday, Satur
cav,8 a. m.
Arrive Portland, Tuesday. Thursday, Satur
day, SUiO p. m.
Leave Portland, Monday, Wednesday, Friday,
6 a. m.
Arrive Falem, Monday, Wednesday, Friday,
7:lf p. m.; leave Salem, Tuesday, Thursday, tiut
nrdsv. 6 a. m. Ix-ave Albany p. m.
Arrive Corvailis Taetsday, Thursday, Saturday
8 Ik) p. m.
W. L. CULBERTSON.
Col lections- Conveyancing
3IOXEY LO tJiEft.
An vi? ,.f leral f.apers drawn ne-.-tiUOy
Wholesale ami Retail Dealer In
R. F. ASHBY ad CEO. DICKINSON.
General A tcer.ts for
Albany, Lynn Co., Oregon.
Haying and Selling
Aad Delng a fi-rl
if" Land Solicited for Sole.
ASHBY & DICKERSON
A Double Circular Water Power
ienr I J.olniii
Capacity about 5001 feet pr r day. Also, 4J
acres oi land on which the saw niill
Also ave a larc stock of
FIRST QUALITY, LUMBER
At lowest market rates for cash.
44. W WHF.F.I.KU. Lehanen. Or.
'1 JS. IirJTJKlllJJl.Y
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BURKHART & BILYEU,
Proprietors of the
Livery, Salsai Feed Statiles
Southeast Corner of Main and Sherman.
Fine Buggies, Hacks.Har
GOOD RELIABLE HORSES
For patties going lo Brownsville, W
terluo, Sweet Home, Scio, and all
parts of Linn County.
All kinds of Teaming
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For All the Leading Maga
zines and Newspapers.
Groceries and Provisions,
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,
taware and tilassware.
Lamps aad liaap Flitarea.
Mala nt Iebaaea. Orrfts.
Duties of the Nurse.
The Instinct of self-preservation-
one may as well call It by a high'
sounding name makes a perfect vam
pi re of a sick man. It is not altogether
watching, or care, er constant service.
or the keen senee of responsibility
which exhausts a nurse, nor all of them
combined. It is the presence of the
patient's finished body, taking: in at
every pore the nervous energy of who
ever is near. The weakling pants for
life. Life he must have. Give me
your hand. Send the full charge of
your human battery along my veins.
That la better than wine, better than
the broad, impersonal warmth of the
sun. It Is the quickening of pulse by
pulse, the kindling of life by life.
Strange and unaccountable are phys
ical influences, but more potent in this
world than men are willing to own. They
are unheeded In tho hurrying: crowd,
where electricity passes constantly
with the jostling of elbows. But the
sensibilities of the insulated invalid
quiver like pith-balls when brought in
to contact with positive -and negative
forces. Certain persons give and
others take from him tho strength
which is his carefully hoarded treas
ure. He rebels against proximity with
one, and clings like a frightened child
to another. To say the well and strong
are the attractive is not enough. Often
they repel by those very characterist
ics. Goodness and virtue have little
to do with it and sympathy is but a
moderate factor. The feeling is almost
whollv unreasonable. Sci'ibner't
Remember that he is indeed the wisest
and the happiest man, who by constant
attention of thought, discovers the
greatest opportunity of doing good, and
with ardent and animated resolution
breaks through every opposition that
he may improve these opportunities
Sometimes It Is a positive injury to
another to respect his prejudices. But,
If you must cross them, do so as gently
as possible. He who has learned how
to combine gnftess and itwV.
SENATOR RIDDLEBERQER TENDERS
Tha Frantic Scramble for Office 8 print
er the Recipient or a Leather Med
al The Republican Major
ity In the House.
No wine was
served at the inaugural
Tli ltrocenlB of the Inaugural lwill were
Whitfluw Koil will, it in salil, bt ai
jHiinttil minister to KnIniKl.
Ex'tiovernor Porter, of Iu'lianii. will
1h) apoiiittHl liiiiiinUT to Home.
Ht'iintor Inifiillrt was t;Kvtet urtiilent
pro tem of tho w-nato TliurHilny.
Tlio Ki'tiuMW-ans linvn a ni.iinritv nf
three In tho Hotine of Representatives.
Attirney-tiptieralHarlatnl will lMate
iu New York and rename the prat tii e of
Junttee Stanley Matthewg, of the mi
iretne etiurt, in rejiorteil to lie danerourt
Jttilua Uroahani will l appolnUHl to
tho supreme liench to till the lirnt va
A deWation la in Wanhinirton for the
urjo',e of an early change iu Arizona'
The new Uritish tninister, Pir Julian
rune'fote, will arrive in Washington
Tlio colored man apiieam to )m quite
nnnie-.-oua around Waahington since the
Ex-Keprefientative Wren, of Nevada, is
lieinit unrol for commissioner of tho gen
intl land oilice. ,.
It is nseerUvl that Mr. Kaoaon will rei-
reaent the L'uitel Suites at lk-rlin iu the
Conirrecstaan Pprtniier has leen pre
sented with an elahorate leather uiedal
by ailiniring Ihikotans.
The supremo oonrt has continmd the
case of (.'liao Chang Ping front the 11th
to the 2oth of this month.
lVwtinaster- reneral Wannatuaber has
Min-hased the Frclinghuysvii mansion in
tYashington for Hl),0tK).
A resolution has lsen intrilueel in
the senate for the purchase of t-t.UUO.OUO
worth of silver bullion a montu.
James II. Iteatlr, of the Wtxxl river
ininini; tlistrict, is in Washinirton a enn-
dldate for the Idaho governorship.
Tlic WTamhle for oiTlce hy the hungry
horde has cotntsllel the President to re
strict the hours of mleellaneous mllers.
Charles E. Coon, of New York, will le
appointed assistant aocrvtarv of the
treasury, to succeed Governor "fhoiiipson.
A new chief of the railwav mail ser-
viee will le atloiiitcl. and the general
roorganixation of Uie service enterel ujn.
Ir. C. C. O'lsmnell, of Han Francisco,
is in Washinifton with the view of en
tiehtoning the capitol on the evil of Chi
Representatives from thirteen states
were in attendance at the national greeu-
Imck confervnee held in Washington last
Ex-H-retary Wliitnev, with others, '
has purehaseil jiitrollinx interest in
the New York Imn and Improvement
The (Government has ro overcl $10)0 '
penalty from Joseph and John I seem of
l'hilad'elphia for uuiorting contrat lalor
at their mills.
Tlie new senators sworn in are, Bar
liour of Virginia, Ifiius of iVlaware,
McMillan of Michigau and Mars ton of
Vlce-Presid.nt Morton has bought the
Boll residence in Washington and gave
his check, for f .ij.OiXI in payment for the
property. He w ill spcud about f 10,000
more in" repairs.
Tho Pennsylvania roops at the inausm
rstion ceremonies "fought nobly," that
is they vanquished the police and do j
molishcd all the free lunches in town. j
Last Monday President Harrison en
tered upon his" ollicial duties in earnest.
Hem-after less time will he accorded to
hand-shakers and chronic othVe-seekers.
Tho name "Grover Cleveland" iu big
gold letters, apars on the window at
to William street, New York, with the
names of Bangs, Htctson, Tracy and
One of the most interesting incidents
of the Inauguration day celebration at
Washington was the initiation into the
Grand Army of the Republic ol ex
Heaker Samuel J. Randall.
The navy department has positioned
from March l'th to April 31 tho time for
receiving projHisalB for the construction
of an armored coast defense vessel. The
order was Secretary Tracy's first official
Heniitor Riddlelierger was forcibly
ejected from the Senate Sunday by order
of lTesidcnt lngulls. The Virginia Sena
tor was in an intoxicated condition aud
could not bo prevailed utiou to keep
The conduct of the Pennsylvania mili
tia attending the inaugural ceremonies
was marked all along by disgraceful
scenes. Their rowdyish acts and druuken
debaucheries culminated in almost a
John II. Walsh, ex-Superintendent of
the United States Treasury, was arrested
at Washington Sunday for pausing a
worthless check for U1 on Manager
Downs of the Morton House in payment
of his hotel bill.
General Sherman has made an urgent
personal request of the President that
General Joseph E. Johnston bo retained
in tho office of railroad commissioner.
Johnston surrendered to Sherman tw en
ty-four years ago.
At the conferente of the state rail
road commissioners with the inter
state commerce commission, held in
Wnshimrton Thursday, a resolution was
ndonted recommending the adoption of
automatic eiimals for the protection of
life on all railroads.
The signing of the Territorial bill puts
money into General Butler's pocxet. He
owns two-thirds of the stock of the
United States Bunting Company which
has the making of the flags for the Gov
ernment offices, anst the additional stars
will necessitate new flags everywhere.
The order from the Government alone
will reach $200,000.
In an opinion renderzd by Justice Mil
ler of the euprzme court, in the case of
the Oregon Railway and Navigation com
pany versus thz Oregonian Railway cotn
oanv. limited, the court'V.;' . - ' ' ' "
oany, nmitea, tne counr?
HOME AND ABROAD.
THE TRIUMPH OP BOOLANOER A
MENACE TO EUROPE.
A Niece of Chief Justlos Chase Arrested
In New Tork-The Traglo Sequel
to an Illinois Elopement A
Remedy for Rabbis.
Kinit Milan hus utidirtited.
Putru k Ehii is in New York.
A hluck tntui is the chitmpioii wrestler
Nevada saloons will hereafter close at
There is a
proliahility of an Eastern
' Fifty colored men are stmlyini; for
pricnthiMwl in Uonie.
The Maine Senate has vetxl
tha AuslrulUn lUiliot hill.
Prinee KnptoKin has settled in Ixm
doti for tho rest of his life.
The Arizona eoiin. il Is making itself
ctjiiHpii'iioiis hy its ignorance.
The woman sutrrajfo hill Inn ln do
fstitcil in the Maine letfislature.
A marked increase in hostilitv
foreijrners is noticeable in Chiua.
An epidemic of rallies has npiearcd
in Wetzel county, Wtt Virginia.
Damascus luis l.'iD.tss) inlmhitanta and
is soon to have pas ami street cars.
Tlie Ciermati lanuror now has his
Ik rlin palace lighted hy i-Uh tricity.
Zurich capitalists are to utilise the
of the Hhinefor electrical purHises.
Crown Prince Alexander was
claimed King of Hervia Thnrsilav.
Twelve kille. and twentv-elmit injured
is the result of tiie late Ontario hrid-e dis
aster. The capital stock of the Pullmau Car
comjiany has been im reused to f Jo.im,-tA).
r-tanhm the Fntisli sm-retary of war, U) have tlie einch, oa Ule Aawrft
believes tluit a great Luroiieaii war is tin- j pri.8S K m
e-i. s 1 1- r . .... I Vigilantes assisted a votinir man named
noo" I V ,T " '',,1nl c fm'" Tl I? ,,LV 1'u- !lt "f ""vo Grande on a rail,
tH N a tn has lsen ths.'overo! at Maroon, ; it week "
.... , 1 Northern Pacifs.; men have acquired
I.y toe falling of a wall at Milwaukee complete ownership of the Tucoina street
Wcdncsilay twelve firemen were crushed car svstem.
to death. I
, I Ex-Senator James II. Plater, who has
The consolidation of tlie Northern Pn-1 iMvudanenjuslvillathomeatlAtiraude
citie and the Wis . onsin Central rai Iritis is recovering. " '
is anuoum-cil. j
The consolidation of the
i . ...
of the Union Pacjlic centeritig at ,
Nathan A. Wilson, secretary of the
Cleveland Htove itiwipany, cominitUil
suii ide WebiesLiy.
Floqnot, the French Iremier, at one
time ot a small salary for getting upsttitr
in a newsajcr oilice
Trouhle is feared tietwewi Northern
Pacific, and Union PaciiU: workincu in
JcU'ers'in canyon, Montana.
The Nevada legislature has pas-n-d a
hill to refund the numey paid by drum
mers to sell good in the'stute.
The Minnesota iegislature decidetl Fri-
,.iay nut to sutimit an amendment to the
" people in favor of iirnhilitioii.
The three lending bri'weries of K.a heo-
ter, N. V., have Isvn purchased hy an
I-.nlisli symlleate lor f J,.KKKl,nlJ.
It has I'!! discovered that the ini.-e of
the pluco or maic plant tin the iHthmus
a certain remiHly for hydrophobia.
Tho laxlies of three murdered women
were recovered from the bed of tho Rio
Grande river at El Paso, Weduesday.
W. P. Mays nnd J. C. leisure, of Ore
gon, are in Washington, both candidates
for United States attorney for Oregon.
Two Chinamen were arrested at Mil
waukee Thursday for enticing young
girls into their dens for immoral purposes.
In Indon tho windows of private
houses are washed by a limited liability
company at the rate of 8 cents a window.
Gcnemi George R.' Williams, of Indi
ana lias lioen iiM-oruto! by the r.mperor !
of Jajnin with the order of the Risiug '
General A. lam Badeati is again lWnre
the public in a lawsuit, in connection
with his work, '"The Life of General
An elopement culminated in Earlville,
111., Wednesday, by the man killing tho
girl, 13 years old, aud then committing
Mrs. Sarah C. Inland, niece of tho late
Chief JuHtiee Chase, was arrested in
New York Monday for stealing a pair of
The governor of Montana has lien pe
titioned to commute the dentil sentence
of Godns, the half-breed murderer, to im
prisonment for life.
Win. Cronilcigli, of Lishurn, Pa., saw
his licst t:irl at church with another man,
and immediately retired and put a bullet
through his own bra n.
Mrs. Ann Driscoll decapitated her shap
ing husband aud attempted to murder
her son in a tit of insanity, near IVlu
licld, Wis., Wednesday.
The government has forbidden larae
deputations to visit General Boulangcr's
bouse, ami liuve onterol tiie otneers not
to salute or recognize him.
A score of ivetitions from fruit growem
of the Niagara district have I wen pre
sented to the Dominion Parliament ask
ing for the reimposition of duty on Ameri
can small fruits.
It is said that American lioodlers in
Canada art? subscribing liiier.illv U se
cure the defeat of the bill introduced in
the Canadian parliament extraditing peo
ple of their kind.
Governor Luce of Michigan declares
that the senate of that state is not legally
constituted, and refuses to sign bills
passed by the legislature.
The impress ot Kussia lias sent up
ward of $o0,0tH) to the St. Petersburg Hos
pital as a thank, oilerins lor licr miracu
lous escape from death in the recent rail
road accident to the royal train.
Mrs. Con Murnhv. of Helena. Mon
tana, threw a lighted lamp at Joe Ander
son, her lover, .Wednesday. Tho lamp
struck him over the ear, breaking and
saturating hiB clothing with oil, which
look tire. His ear was nearly burned
olT and his right arm roasted to a crisp.
Ivansas has now a law which provides
that all arrangements, contracts, agree
ments, trusts or combinations which
tend to prevent competition or advance
cost to consumers, are declared to b
against public policy, unlawful and ycictr
5 "'''"'""'"- F"", -ly a well-digger in Nebraska
'',-'.4:tv. ; Then .,-were- attached two
THE PACIFIC COAST.
SAN DIEGO'S CHIEF OF POUCB AR
RESTED FOR THEFT.
A Mys erlous Tacbt Engaged In Smug,
(fling Cnlnamen Reported Upris
ing of the Flatbeads-Call-fornla
Astoria has a Curfew ordinance.
Jack Deinpsey w ill not go to California.
Walla Wallu is to have a street railway.
Victoria protests against a duty on flour.
A stronit earthquake was felt at Guav
mas Satunlay morning.
Mr. Mwly's meetin.-s !n Urn Angeles
w ere a success fmsncially.
Two wild cnmeU are occasionally seen
near Cottonwood, A. T.
A rainin-tmiwer of Modesto is planting
2ts,oyi.i Muscat tsniM vines.
Kichard Gird proHiss to erect a beet
sugar factory at Chino, Cal.
Washimitiin's constitutional conven
tion will lie held in Washington.
Work on the Spokane Falls and North
ern railroad commeneoil last week.
Mrs. Uphnm, ajjtil nineteen years,
luinged herself at Riverside last week.
Mayor Prj son, of Los Angles, refuses
to surrender the oilice to his sw-cessor.
Tokay prapes, fresh fnim the vine,
were en exhibition at Fresno last week.
A heavy snow fall is reported on the
IJiticr root and Salmon rirer mountains.
IHifrilistic hrutes, yclept sporting pen tie
men, have taken iKjesession of Han Fran
Trains loaded with gol.l seekers, liound
for lower California, leave Lm Angeles
A vicious horse with a kick killed W. J.
Handy, an old resident, at Los Angeles
XI... C. I." : fv-1;
all other holiodromeB of Uie kind, was a
Tlie Canadian government is contem
plating defenses of a strong dutracter on
tlie Pacific CVmst.
t A mysterious yacht is enjragM in
smuggling Chinamen from Victoria into
the United States.
I Lar'e numiers of prostectors have left
San Diego for the usw nmiing district in
j Governor Waltermm is lieing bitterly
denounced for his action in vetoing the
difin orjM,r:itun bill.
! Perry Bennett, 72 rears old, crushed
ins wife's skull with a lwU-het at Kush
. ville, Cal., Turlay.
I Lee Chuck, convicted of murder at San
Francis -o, has lieen grunted a new trial
t by the supreme court.
' The California legislature has made
the liest record for ssininity of an bodyi
of the kind on the earth. 1
I Miss Lilian Bowers, at Garvanza, Los
Anvles, has lcen sustained by tlie courts
ftr dogging a loy scholar.
I The San Francisco customs authorities
seized $40-JO worth of opium on the steam
. collier Empire Wednewluy.
j Tha mangled remains of a little girl
wen? di-uvcreit in an unfinished build
ing at Tacoma Thurs.lay.
j William Irrmn, a farmer, hanged him
self at Ilollistcr, Cal., List week.
I The saloon men have organized an as
! sociation iu tfacrnnientu) for the purpose
( oi iigni mg too mgh license law.
i ioodnll & Perkins propose to build a
railroad from Watsonvillo to Moss Land
ing, and ask only the right-of-way.
Henry L. Goetan, charged with rob
bing the Sonoma, Cal., stage last Decem
ber, has been held in 10,000 bad.
Chief Avery and two members of
the San Diugo Fire department have
Ui n arrested for stealing shoes at a fire"
The California state hoard of trade will
send three Pullman cars tilled with Cali
fornia products through to Great
Alejandro Sabine, sent to inil last week
at Is Angeles for contempt of court, has
appealed to President Dia for his inter-
The Flathead Indians in Montana are
again in a dangerous mood, over tho
dehtli of the Indian recently shot by a
Charles Nobtnan, while pra-ticing with
a )rlor rifle at San Fraucis.-o, Thursday",
shot aiul killed a man on the opposite
side of the target.
A desperate attempt to caeape was
rnadfi by the prisoners in the Port Town-
semt tail llinrsilav. imu prisoner was
shol in tho arm by the jailer.
Mrs. Nelson, of San Francisco, fell
from a second story landing to the ground
Sunday. She laid in a soaking ruin for
an hour and was picked up dead.
Charles Hamilton, the huckman who
rigurnd in the mysterious murder in (
rie Bradley's bagnio in Portland six yt. f
ago, was seen in San Francisco last w
On account of a scandalousTrrtiv"
liiihcd in a Los Angeles newsp:
W. A. Ray has resigned the pr . V
the San Gabriel Valley bank o-'
Goodall, Perkins A Com--
vided to give all carpent.
mg, etc., on their vessel; i
and in consequence b-- '
Flores, for attempt
the Tia J nana King ia
geles, is likely to lie V"
hy the Mexicans an,'
The crazy id
California on tl
sible land sy'
port of fabt'' "
They all '
THE RELATIVE VALUE OF FROSTED
The Normal Condition of a Short .Horn
Cow Ah Increase of One HundreQ
Per Cent in Production oa
We'd Ferttuzl Land.
Blackleg has appeared among 'lie cat
tle in Modoc county, Cal. V
The farmers of Illinois ere. org. Vt
county societies for the extermination 1
Wood-moss laid on tlie earth srour'
plants is Ifnefieial, by retaining moist
nre and giving the jit a neater ajitar
Owing to the irreat ns of b frim.
bin.lcr in harvesting, the eonsuuuifion of
I... . .1 -i i , . 1
ii-iiiji aiii minitur i) i ires lias increasfxl
per cent during the past year. i
An irrigation system is to be adopted
for the land of the Fruto Improvement
Companv in Colusa county. The main
ditch will be seven miles in length.
A fartnnilirtford !ft-beo
inuieieu by t he urand J ury lor negle-t-ing
to remove and destroy some dis
eased iieach trees that were in Ida
The production of seed is more ex
hausting to soil tlian the growth of vine,
and for that reason a green manorial
crop does not require to be matured. It
takes nearly as much from the air through
its leaves and the assistance of rains as
it takes from the Soil.
Two excellent results of life on the farm
com parol with life on the street, are the
humanity and economy engendered in
young people who help to fed tiie many
dejiendents on the farm, and who find
no other way of gathering needed, pennies
but by that of slow earnings ami careful
The t!d report of the Experimental
Agricultural Station at Auburn, Ala., has
just been published. The profit from
ten acres of corn, fertilized, was h1 peri
acre, while from unfertilized it was $i.4a
per acre. Oilier experiments with sweet
potatoes, gronnd peas, turnips and grapes
were uniformly euccessf uJ.
Thevalneof all dogs in the state of
New York is l. 000,000, savs a current
newsi.ai.er paragraph. Yes, ami if it
wasn't lor this $1,000,000 worth of useless
dog meat the value of the sheen of
!,.. ,.f v v,k i i - fr "7r
ions more than it is. and
wealth tliat much richer.
Geese do not receive as much atten
tion as they should on farms especially
adapted to rearing water fowls. "Be
sides yielding a regular income of feath
ers, they are one of the most profitable
fowls for the market. Much easier reared
than turkeys, thev sell as readily in most
seasons at as good profits.
Germany claims the honor of having
the oldest rose bush in the World. It is
sai l that iu 1079 Bishop Hepilo can.!
a trellis to Iks erected to support tliin
now climbing over the trfdlTurih at
Heldersheim. The only,efHain thiu-- is
that the mam bmarKht this rose bash is
now larger than a man's body.
Farming business generally is con
ducted on a loose and slovenly basis,
with an alcnce of economical method
that surprises every mair - d Inmr" ,-
this country fully posted aTr; meth
ods H'lopted elsewhere, where men have i
to pay an annual rent for tho- land and
much higher tithes and taxes than we.
Professor Storer says a ration of thirtv
ioutids of pumpkin per cow daily will in- j
crease the flow and improve the quahtv
of milk. More than this quantity shoold
not be given, ltiinpktiis are very cheap '
food, as a couple of tons can be grown to
the atTe with the corn cron. The si-edii
of the pumpkin ought to lie remotL4ie-
Tlie change from an ont-door run to the
limit of a hennerv is not at all agreeable
to the nature of fowls. There they live
and grow like liouse plants pale and
delicate. The longer the are hived to
gether the more sickly they will be and
the less numlier the breeder will have to
show or sell in a presentable coiebtion UJ
Raising flowers for the manufacture of
perfumery is becoming a new indtwtryin
Florida under the - encouragenit'iit of
Northern capiuWJITysrwo varieties of
roses grown are the musk and damask,
and other flowers that are used for dis
tillation, such as the jassamine, violets,
lillies and jonquils, are hardy and yield
rich harvests under cultivation."
"It's no trouble to winter sheep," said
an old flock-master to ns, once ; "but the
rub is iu spriujrin 'em." That was be
cause he did not winter them well.- The
steady cold of winter keens the system
keyed up, and the poorest feed is "eaten
with some relish and beneilt; but unles?
the sheep has leen kept on a high level
Uie warm, debilitating breath of spring
will let it down fatally.
There is much difference in the milk
of different animals jnd breeds, and
much depends upon the7o&USlSI condi
tion of the Wf It is very unusual for,
find less than 2.5 or more than 8 per cent
of lat, less than 5 or more than 30 per
cent, of the volume of the mi.k, of cream,
less than 10.5 or more than 17 per cent,
of solids, or less than 83 or more than
8J.50 per cent, of water in pure milV-
Professor Green, of the Mir-
Agricultural college, has -experiments
value of frosted jf --'
port shows tr
the total w '
grow -'" 7
vjian h won"
al! other rt
biw v-'-r, i
Coa ' nam Xi-im !., ,T
rm 13e, sides lr';-i),ut ..
rHTX- nam Il'Hij.-
13,' ,c, br'skfast bitcon 'li
lis, sluuik-rs, lOirlic
llc. . '
Navel joranswi $4.KT.tf.,.i
$3.25(g3, 0. a.j.ie fl.t.'f
box. - ft ' ' .1
Potato ',3Q'Vic, on ' t 7 )
14c, pe-he 8''V,v., ii
prones, lT.4.in, w, s'lvf-r , i . -r-j
(?' plums hfft7f. liaij. j-s i f
California 63 Sc, Syrna ljv' t. f
Butter, Oregon lr,
Kastern 16c, (.;aUiort,
i $5.50(5 n. C
IIO8 83 I"s, .
w.cssc-d 7(3' ;C, vid
Vhiaamea Tya.gi l-
Oraas-Psl a"'r -
The new lino of Te'"
ts between Hong Kini
ver, British Coiumbhj
thence with San Frarwf
aalized Its eW"-i.!hnae
its rate for Chinese pa
$5Q to $25. This rate,
iuring the voyags, wh
Bne-quartof the cr'
earth. Oi,' "
In view of the
ld to inquire I
If it wen possi;
immigints jd j .
in the aSrm;4
oishedF' I a
"Chiefly ria .
rice Is the cV i
food at home i. 1
ly grumle. Bs"J
eth, one of which--lalf
pouada un.' r