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Associated Press Report and
Digests or all Important
News of To-Day.
Ciucack), Ills. Jan. 2. Wheat
steady, cash .83$: May 00J; July
San Fkancisco, Cal., Jau. 2.
BVheat buyer, '01 $1.50; seasou,
J l.M J.
WILL SERVE TIIE FINK.
Portland. Or.. Jan. 2. Philip
r Davis, of Baleui, plead guilty iu the
UTnitod Htntes court to-day to the
lebarge of selling cigars without a
ilicense, and was sentenced to a uno
Rf ?100. He chose to serve out the
lne in jail.
Ithe four hundredth anniver
! Washington. D. C, Jan 2. But-
Iterworth, of Ohio, lo-day introduced
In the house a preamble ana resolu
tion relative to the Worlds Uolum-
hinn Exposition. The resolution pro-
Jviiles that the president Bijan inviie
u.r. uuvomi utninn nml territories to
Phold suitable memorial services on
Ithe 12th day Jof October, 1892, as a
commemorative of the 400th anni
versary of the discovery of America.
THE USUAL RESULT.
Baltimore. Jan. 2. Engineer
IGesnell and fireman Williams were
killed in a collision last night be
tween two trains on the Baltimnre
and Ohio railway. The other engin
eer and fireman were badly injured.
A FORGER PARDONED.
Lansing. Mich., Jan. 2. Gov-
kernor Luce has pardoned Tom Na
tviu. ex-niavor of Adrian, Mich.,
who was serving a ten years sentence
for forccrv. Navin, who Is only 312
lyears of age, will resume the pruc-
Itico of law In Detroit.
A CITY LOST IN FOG.
New York. N. Y., Jau. 2. rhla
i inorniug the city is ugaiu enveloped
in a dense fog and navigation in al
imost entirely suspended, The
iWesteru Union telegraph company
Reports but little Improvement In the
condition of wires west ami soutn.
ILATIST FROM THE BTRUAN SPKCU-
' NATIONS AS TO MIS3I NO VK8SEI.S.
Kan Francisco. Jau. 2.- Steamer
Scotia left yesterday to the rescue of
the derelict ship, Btruan, lumber
liiden for Melbourne and abandoned
luring a gale off Point St. George.
The steamer Moutserrat arrived yes
terday from Nauairao. Captain
Rain reports that the Struau has
gone to pieces or some other wreck
Has scattered several acres of lumber
over the bosom of the Pacific. Drift
was encountered .between cape Flat
lerv and EmnireCitv. toward which
lth"e Slruan was drifting when last
gaien. 'I'"6 Moutserrat was In the
Clumber drift for half un hoar. If
Iffie lumber did not couio from the
IStniau It Is probably the cargo of the
KVV. H. Harrlnon, now teu aoys over
laue at Gray's harbor. Nothing has
Sbeeu uearu oi inenufnsuuniutc un
Hie steamer W. H. Harrison has
arrived here safely.
ISbhort hitch on saloons, is it
ISan Bernardino, Cal., Jan. 2.
The new county saloon license or-
fSltiance, that took etfect. to-dey has
created consternation among tue
Wjwloon inon. it proyiaes mat. a
VZ' t...l I .. nf ...tnrci In n nit mi Intw nra.
IJWllJVlny w .- at, mu ...,.. .w-
ClUCt, as Bliowu oy iuo unui vine
cast at the last regular election may
jTrotest against auy license ueiug
ti,t.rt In their nrecluct and the
lioard of supervisors shall then grant
5Sb license. NiucsaloonB wereclostd
to-day by theso petitions.
jSLrthquakk at ban vwancisoo at
uv Fkaxcisoo. Jan 5. Two
Rjstinct thocks, with but a few sec
3s intermission, occurred here at
two minutes past noon to-day. The
gjlKK-kw weie of uuusuul vigor, the
fcvlb'ratioiiH extending nearly north
EL rather sharp shock was felt at
eiecly noon. The vlbnUlouv
: south to north,
AT OrHWl POINTS.
enorts from different points in-
Sto thut the earthquake wu
M fzteuded, but only a alight
finaxiuut of duniage Is reported.
ICCCIUCY IN JiKASUUKMK.VTS.
Watekvillk, Mo., Jan. 2. Pro-
jr Mortry, of the Adelbcrt col-
f&'.e. and I'rofeaoor Iloavn. uf Oulbv
fjSntverslty, have succeeded In uieas-
'jwlug. by means of wave lengths of
Light, the change iu the length of
.axfra oi menu cuuacu uy mu via
imaua of temperature. The changes
Mlengtn were measured in iiiilllou'
mm of an luth, an experiment
the Bad Lands.
THEY SEEM DETERMINED TO FIGHT.
lltimor of General Brook
Relieved False Ollior
THOUSAND INDIAN8 BE'
nr.n.TivnTnM Inn. (JGlierai
Schofleld recleveda telegram from
. .-.. .Ii.J Tllr.rt 1Mfltr.il
Ucuu,; , -, .- o-
thousand lntuans, iuciuuiuK
about six hundred bucks are now
encamped inthoBad Lauds, about
fifteen milts fromPineRldge agency.
All nvenues of escape are closed by
troops. General Miles says me in
dians have gathered some cattle aud
provlsslonsaud appear to bo determ
ined to make thpir flgnt ror suprem
acy at this point. He says he will
make another effort to get them
Imnlt tn the ufrencv without blood
shead, and in order to do so he has
USlliuiiaiicu a icb'' ""-s-
Schofield said that there was uo
trutli In the report that General
Brooke had been relieved from the
mn.ui nt Pine Kldue. General
commana ai riuu xmj;o.
Miles, he added, ha charge of the
e8', 1 1. ' .,ni..no.i iiiiunpif
, n, mnt convenient noint for
general communication with his
forces. Secretary Proctor has had
an interview with the President on
the Indian campaign this morning.
The Upper Brules are now In open
rebellion. Three thousand of them
under the leadership of Big Rodi
Kicking Bear, Littlo Wound, Short
Bull, Jack Red Cloud and old itea
Cloud have turned upon the govern
ment. American Horse is the only
remaining loyal chief. Under cloak
of the heavy snowstorm they started
off north. Troops have been ordered
to intercept them. Depredations
hnvo nlreudv becun on ranches.
Scores of houses along White river
have been burned and cattle run on
und killed. Tho hostiies sent word
to friendly Indians that all spies
would be killed. It is reported that
John Dver. chief herder of the gov
ernment cattle, had toloavetho gov
ernment herd, winch consists oi
about 3000 head of cattle, and look
out for his life. The herd has beeu
seized by Indians. Two teamsters,
who are supposed to live in Rush
ville, were found dead In tho road'
ten miles from tho agency.
General Rrooke has ordered 100,-
000 rounds of ammunition irom
In railroud towns in tho vicinity of
Piue Bldge agency is Indescribable.
Settlers are pouring iuto the villages
on foot, iu wagons, aud on horse
back. Many have also ubandoned
their stock and household goods,
while others have brought cattlo
und pouies with them. Some refu
gees who traveled through the bliz
zard yesterday aro budly frozen, and
many wouieu and children aro ill
from exposure. At Clmdron, Al
bany, Rushvlllo, Oolrichs, Buffalo
Gup uud Valentine the panic
umouutf) to a stampede. At Rush
vllle, guards are on day aud ulght.
Refugees aud c.tizons have made
for the school houses, armed men
patrol the streets at night aud senti
nels have been poBted along the roud
leading to Pine Ridge. Tho danger
of Chadron, which Is the biggest
town lu Nebraska west or Jbreinout,
has caused the citizens to organize
themselves for tho defense of the
town. The savages burned the Cath.
olic mission uearClrulrou. General
Brooke will send a company of sol
diers to guard the towu as soon as
reinforcements reach him. General
Miles, at the head of the Sixth Cav
airy, leftChudrou for Pine Ridge at I
4 o'clock iu the morning.
KOLDIKRS HURRIED AT
Amid a wild aud bitter storm the
bodies or tn r y nrave ooys, wuo ..
at Wounded Knee, were lam away
., II. air l.iat l-onr. TllG COTteCTO.
heiided bv Colonel Forsytho and
Major Whiteside was composed of
fifteen wucoua bearing rudely-cof
fined dead, followed by an esoorte of
Cos. A, K, JI, I,J aud E of the Sov-
eutn CAvnlry. 'lKuer wmi un
asslstlngBquad of theSecond cavalry.
T in..niiH uwnt fmttt ...imr. fin I.I Ilia
lb IT WMM .-WM .. wu. .... . U. vw ...w
..... . -,. .. i t .1 . .
Utile cemeiery, euuuicu at, mo cresi.
of the hill northwest of the aieucy.
The surviving membera of company
K looked lo.iesomo euougu witu
their thiuued rauks. The vacuuey
so striking iu contrust U the rest of
the column caused tears to start
In the even of many a comrade,
After reading the buria service by
Rev. Mr. Cook, Episcopalian min
ister here, tho bod lea were lowered
into the crave. Owing to tho In-
tviihelv critical condition or tue
surrouudlugBi with the enemy flock
BUI IUUUUIMIj-1 .... ..w . w- j
lug about tlie ftgency threatening
un attack the unual salute of guns
was omitted, while tue sort uotea
from the bugle aud the wall of the
torm wbUpered a Itwt goxl-bye.
The remain of Captain Wallace will
he sent to Fort 1.1 ley. The body of
Captain MilU. who died from rbeu
mutibin of the heart, was sent to
Brooms at Crummau.
W. L. Wade, of North Salem, h
a fill! HtiftA . iui.ssil tHAFAli nillaA
! and U giving away haudome hooka
with eau ureuxH(. tf
Surrounded and Besieged i
WILL TEST THE M'jUNLEY HILL
Chicago, Jan. 2. Marshal Field
& Co.. the well-known drygoods
mou. have beiran suit In the United
Suites circuit court for the recovery
of duties paid under protest under
provisions of the McKinley tarni
hill. Thev iwirun action on the
ground of nlleged unconstitutional
ity of the net, ni.d suy they win car
ry tho case to the United Stutes su-
OCA LA PLATFORM NOT INDORSKD.
St. Paul. Jan. 2 At the session
Afttm otiita CiiMitaro' lllltltltn 11 riHt-
VI VUU DViHV IW.taiW .......,
1..tl... n tiulnNu Mm Onnln iilnlf.irni
Wtta heavily defeated, uud the subject
,. f 1 -.1 t !,.
!" .v.-.."hw, ..
Jara um wa3 ludorseu
HAVE CA1TURED MICHIGAN.
Lansing, Mich., Jan. 2. Gover
nor Edwin B. Winaus aud all tbi
new democratic state oillelals havi
qualified and assumed tho duties of
lhdr re8pectlvo 0niCes. Thursday
nf next week the democracy of
Mlchlgon will Indulge in a mam
moth demonstration in honor of
their return to complete power in
Michigan, after a lapse or miriy-
The Oregonion's 32 pago
Year issue was well described by the
. ..,. ,, r
above exclamation from the lips of
hundreds of our citizens who get It
every morning at Salem on the 10
train. It Is the great morning pa
ner that Salem people seem to like
aa hundreds of copies are taken, aud
its circulation is larger here than auy
other paper except the Evening
Journal. It is carried by pony
carriers and sold at all the news
stands. The nearness of Portland to
Salesa explains why no Salem morn
lug paper has ever grown to metro
politan dimensions. Tho New
Year's number contains an
nnnrecintlvo sketch of Salem
The illustrations and special articles
about Portland and Oregon are liuely
Win. Timmons, postmaster of
Idaville, Ind., writes: "Electric Bit-
tnpj lina rinna mnrn fir ma t.t.nti nil
other mediciues combined, for that
Daa reeling arising rromivianey anu
r.lvor tnuihln ' Irli n T,iallr ffirmer
and stockman, of same place, says:
Kind Electrin Bitters to be the best
Kidney and Liver medleiue, made
ma fruit itlfa a tmw fllun " .1 W
Gardner, hardware merchant, same
town, says: "Electric Bitters is just
the thing for a man who is all run
down und dou't care whether he
lltrna nr flfou lii. fmltifl nnw at rnntrth
good uppetlte und felt just like he
nau a new leuse on me. umy ouc.
a bottle, at Fry's drugstore.
Go to CrissBiaus for ribbon, all
widths, all prices from 4 cents per
Mrs. M. E. McCoy, physician and
surgeon, No. 290 Commercial street.
Chronic diseases a specialty. Con
sultation free. 12-8 tf
frfl Xllnliuul niiWnin Plnlnflulft
Ill,, makes the statement that she
caught cold, which settled on her
lungs; sue was ireaieu tor a monin
by the family physician, but grew
worse. He told her she was a hope
less victim of consumption and thut
no medicine could cure her. Her
druggist suggested Dr. King's New
Discovery for consumption; she
bought a bottle and to her greut de
light found herself beucllted from
first dose. Hue coutinueu its use una
after taking ten bottles, found her-
ctilf amind nnrl wnll. nriw !fW"i tier
own housework and is as well as she
ever was Free trial Dottle or tins
Great Discovery at Fry'a Drugstore,
large bottles 50c to 1.
Largo clothes baskets; only 00
cents at Crlssman's.
Instruments Filed fur Record at thi
L'oaBtr Recorder'! Office.
J H Palmer to Joseph Hart
mau, 1 acre near Mt Angel. 9
O W Wuterburcr and wife
In f'lirln .Tnlinnnn. 1 ucrn nf
luud in t5 u, r 1 w.
P A TTiiWunl tn T C How.
ard, lots 2, 3, 8 and 0, lu blk
n i..' i,.i .. ,1 ... v3.,l,..
I 111 IVCVM IU lu OHiCIUi
A P Vrlilv nml wlfo In II A
Eddy, 5 acres In t 0 s, r 3 w.
J II Albert ami wire to n
c Honi; the wl of lots 2
ftnd 3 n b',k $ University
n.t ).. C.I....
ad to Salem.
, vlood Hhlell , r.
,uc.cs wwChtl lumps ot swelling ouiU
......l..f .l.n..!. tit Aft nAlnful rUIll li
iailU3l'l IIUJ ., WOW '..'
.t...rm. Ia nrtVt! itevblllt l'I
lores on tho arroi.lecs.fr feet eu-l'e
alcers In Uie oyei, enri, or note, oMeu .ait!
sis bllndnen or deafnest; Is Uie origin oi
.tlmples, eancrous crowthi, or ue u,!l"
itlier mmlfestatlons usually ascrlU-4 lo
liumorsj" and fastening upon tutluntrs,
amci eoniumptton, and death. Itelug
.he most ancient, It Is the most general i4
U dlieases or affections, fot ery few
persons are entirely free from It.
By taking nood'i SaruparUU, which, 1
the rcmaikable eurei It ha accomplished,
jfteu ben other medicine hare failed,
hit riFnwrn Itulf tn h a rvitent and Decu).
.-w f-w - .- w, -r . r- -w r-' l '
ur medicine for thU dlscaaa. Bgpie ol
iheto cure aro really wouderfnL If you
suffer from scrofula or impure blood, be
lure p try flood' Banaparllla.
- fcery spring WT If t Wld cbUdren bare
oeen troubled wilh urofula, acres brc k.
jig out on then la tartous placa. Iy
Utile boy, three year old. la bn a
arrlbU) sufferer. Ust spring he was uie
mai U tor fn he4 o fret. I wa
advtswl to us Reed' Earpar, and e
LaieaUUksnU. The resultl that all hare
ba cured of the fcrotula, ny little boy
icing entirely frt from aorcs, & all four
,f my chlWren look bright and kealthy "
V. u. Xtuhutov, I'mmU City, H. J.
iMrintftt. li lx . rtpnlf
t, MOOD a CO, AioUmmI, LowsU, U4
IOO t9 Onm Dollar
. BROWN L Co.
Sash and Door Factory
Front Street, Salem, Oregon,
The best clnss of work in our line at prices to compote
with the lowest. Only the best material used.
Waste paper baskets at Cri&amans.
An Excellent itrmcily.
Dr. Heideii: I consider your
Ethereal Cough Syrup an excellent
remedy for all the diseases for which
you recommend it.
David Richaiit, Modesto.
Large size $1.00, small CO cents.
For sale by all diugglsts,
See it, Tky it, Uuy it. The
now V. S. No. 2 Singer sewing ma
chine. Burt Case, agent 181 Com
mercial 8treet! 12-19 tf.
Long bar toilet soap 5 cents at
Closing Out Sale.
J. W. Crawford is closing out his
stove9 and tinware, prelening to
sell these portions of uis stoek at
great reductions to again moving
lllbbanl's ItheuimiUc ana Liver rills.
These plhsiire Hclentlllcnlly compounded
undiinllbim In notion. No Brlplng piiln
80 eominonly followlnt; tho uso of pills.
Tnoy nre adapted to both ndtilu aud rhll
drenwltb perfect safety. Wo emuanlee
ihpv liavonoeiiuiil In thocureofxick licul-
ache, constipation, dysiicpula und bullous
ncss and. ns an npnetlzer. they exccll any
other preparation 177 ly
Hiiuiu .t stonier, mho am.
LuiiHEit.---Colli raoters mid par
ties contemplating building, should
not fall to cull on J. F. .Ineubsoii for
estimates on rough and ilres-ad lum
ber, lard and olllee near agricul
tural works. 0-20-e o d-tf.
Both tho method nnu results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to tlio taste, and acta
fentlyyet promptly on tlio Kidneys,
aver and Bowels, cleanses tlio sys
tem eiTectimlly, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures linbituul
constipation permanently. Forsalo
in 50c and 61 bottles by all
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN WANCISC0. CAL,
LOUISVILLE, KX. NEW YORK. tl.Y.
WM. . LAUUK,
DH. J. HKYNOI.UH,
Kicnnneeon l'orthtnd, Hun Krauclkvo,
New York, ludou and Iloui; Kong
bought and old. HUle, ( vmnty und City
wurntnU boUKht. Kurmer ure t-otdlully
Invited to depolt vnd trunwicl bunlnbu
with ui. Liberal advuncen made on
wheat, wool, hop Hnd other proertyri
reaaoniuie ruten. lnauranca on nuch w
curtty can be obtained at the bunk lu
moit reliable coiiii'llW.
WILLIAMS & ENGLAND
CAHTAL.STOCK, H Satscrilcd, t200,0fi0
Trsnuct n general banking bnalneM
lu all Its branehes.
IHItKCTOKH: fleo. WlllUirn. Win Kitg
Und, Ur J. A. ltleharaoa, J. W. IIhUmih.
i. A. luktr.
Jlsnk in new lUehange bloek on Com
marfdal strvet. &IMI
Tn Htrswberry. I
ill I IlniiK froui Un '
until friHt. iWWffpllve price IU1 trte
Mcru w jmi ir, liuMellvlUe.Or.
First National Bank
jBgy-Cash Paid for Wool, Hides and Pells
From Terminal or Interior l'oints tho
Is tho line to tako
To all Points East and South.
It is the dining car route. It runs through
vestibule trains every day In the year to
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO !
(No chnRO of cars.)
Composed of dlnlngcurs unsurpansed,
Pullman druwlng room sleepers
UI latest equipment
ilest that can bo constructed and In which
accommodations aro both free aud lur
nlshed for holders of first and second-class
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
A. continuous line oonne;tlng with nil
lines, affording direo'. and uninterrupted
Pullman Blccpw rvrwlonscnn be se
cured In ndvinoe ti.ii.'t" any agent ol
Through tickets to aud from nil points
In America, Kngland and Kurono can be
puicuased ut auy ticket oltlco of this com
Full Information concerning rates, time
of trains, routes andotlier details furuldhod
on application to any ngentor
A. D. CHARLTON,
A.'stant aenoral Passenger Ageut. No.
Z Klrst street, cor. Washington; Port
THE YA0UINA ROUTE.
OREGON PACIFIC 1U1LR0AD
And Oregon Development compuuy'i
tcamshlp lino. 3 miles shorter, 'M hour
-sm tune than by any otlici route. Klnl
I'lnss through passeiiger and freight lln
from Portland and nit points in the W'l.
lamctte vnllev to and Irotn Han FruncUci
TIME SCHEDULE, (Kxcept Hundays).
lvcnve Albany 1KJ0PM
Leave Corvallls 1:40 PM
Vrrlve Yaqulna ....... 6:30 P M
lyCiivo Ynqulna - .... -U:15AM
Leave Corvallls - .... 10:35 A II
Arrive Albauy ....... 11:10 A X
O. & U. trains connect at Albauy and
Tlio above trains connect at YAQUINA
with the Oregon Iuvcloiimuut Cos Lin
fHtivirniihlrHbt!twi-in Yiuiuliia and Hu
hTKAMKIlfl. rilOJI YAQU1XA
Knrallou, Krldny .... June 21
Willamette Valley, Tueauy.July
Willntuette Vnlley, Thursday ' I
Karullon, Tiiesday...... ." 1
HTKAMKIM, KROM HAM VUANC1KOO
Willamette Vulley, Krlday....June 27
Karallon, Tunsduyn ....... .........July 1
Wlllamulte Valley. Banduy " fl
Karallon, Thursday .........." 10
wiiiamclte Valley, Tuesday ..." It
This company reserves the right tc
change salliug dates without notice.
N. i). Passenger Irom Portland and all
Willamette Valley poluts can make cIom
connection with tho trains of tb
YAQUINA ItOUTBat Albany or Corvallls
and If destined U) Han Kninclsco, should
arrange to arrive at Yaquiua the evening
before date of sailing.
I'utfsgrr mi Frcigst lUtri Alwiri ts
bowrst. Kor Information apply tn Messrs
IIL'LMAN & Co., Krelght and Tlckel
Agent lfX) nu4 Vti rroiit i, Portland, Or.
O.C. HOOUK Ac'l (Jen'l Krt. A
l'ass. AgU, Oregon Pacific It. K. Co.,
(1 II. !IAHWELJi,Jr.aen'l Krt; 4
Pass, Agt. Oregon Development
Co.. wH Montgomery st.j
Wo have the Exclusive Control oi
An itn't kau to effir a ptlu t U Off
OM4, for IU tk till UADC. fw Cm W4$
ONE AND ONE HALF FOUNtt.
GILBERT & PATTERSON,
Morgan k Mead,
All work done with prowptne and dU
iteb, Ouly the Umt men are employed.
THE LARGE ASSORTMENT, SUPE
rior Qtiality and Remarkably Low
Prices of Holiday Goods at
SURPRISES ALL WHO VISIT HIS STORE.
Svichi prices- were never before known in Salem,
Crowells' Edition, Hed Line Poets GO
Fine Silk Plush Albums 3 50
Fine Leather Albums, decorated inside 3 50
Scrap Albums, cloth binding (50
History, U. S , 5U
Life ot'Grant and Sherman, each 50
History, Navul Heroes 50
All kinds of choice leather goods. Glove Cases, Collar and Cuff Boxes, Toilet
Cases, Magazino Cases, Music Holts, Card Cases, Etc. Etc.
I BKIi MM WW 1 F1U1T
Four Miles From Salem le
Olio Thousand ncres of ns Hue lnnd na there Is In tho northwest, dlvlilutt Into ono huiulroil Hinnll Itnontlnn
and fruit furiuH. These tructs for tho FIRST TIME are now placed on the ninrUel, iaii;liitr In prlera irom ?50
to $100 per acre ono third cash, balance outlmo with Interest.
No Better Opportunity for Investments
in a small way hasbeeu oflercd to tho publlc.fcThtniBnuds of dollars will be expended Jwlthln 'tho next li.
mouths lu Iinprovenieuts In the Immediate vicinity of this land, while upon tho traot itKcir, In tho way ol
roads, fencing, oto., u large amoiiut of money will bo used,
A Free lie to and From tlio Place
Court St., Salem, Agents, for Plats, Description and
All Sorts of Real Estate on ill Sorts of Terms!
We have lots on tho Installment plan, farms and suburban property on easy terms, and ovcry class cr
real estate for cash. Tho property we haudlo Is In first hands, therefore purchasers get it without speculative
values put upon It. Tho largo list of our sales, especially of farm property, recently, attests tho fact that you
cannot aftord to buy real estate without first consulting us.
SHAW & DOWNING,
264 Commercial Street, Salem.
B-Also general auctioneers. Will tako chargo of auction sales lu any part of the slate, including
Halein, and guarantee satisfaction.
N ethtr Witkly Paper giv$t to
FREE TO JAN. I, 1891.
T unr NEW HtlBHtiRIBEK wha will cat ant unit end un till dip irllh nnmo and
mdirf aaC SI.7S ((it vital or Ziyme ifotuy Orttr tr RtgUltrtd Letter ut our rbi), wa will end
TUB VOUTII'H COMPANION FREE ta Jaaanrr, 18B1, and for a full Yrnr trom Ihnt Ilato.
Thlr Uelud Iha VlT. HOI1BI.E HOLIDAY NtJM III'.UH fur TliuckmilvlUK) ClirUtuiUM,
Naw Yaar'a, Easier aad Paarta-aJalr. aad all Illmtrnteil Weekly Hupploiuonla.
I AdJreee, THE YOUTM'8 COMPANION, 41 Tampla Placo, Boiton, Mns.
The Oregon Land Co.
Iome Office at
(In the Htuto Insurance Iluildlng)
aud branch ofllcts In Portland, Astoria and Albany,
Has for sale a largo list of drain, Btock and Fruit Farms; also
City and Suburban Property.
The Oregou Land Co, wan especially organized for tho puroso of buying
and sub-dividing largo tracts of land, aud has during the past two years
bought and subdivided over 3,1200 ucrea Into
Five to Twenty Acre Parcels
The fcucot of this undertaking Is shown lu tue fact Hint out orNU tracts
placed ou the market, 2 have been sold. Wo claim that ten aort-H ol
choice land in Fruit,
that) 100 acres of wheat In the Mississippi Valley, We also make valuable
improvements iu the way of roads, clearing the laud, feiuxtt, etc. We
can sell a small tract of land for the same price per aero as you would
have to pay for a large (arm.
Send for Pamphlet
r r I 1 n O brooks & cox. nnuaoiHTB, 100 btatk ht.,
1 1 1 I 1 1 V aTy a full line of drugs, toilet article, perfumery
MrllJljlQ. and Jiotluf, l'reicrltl(iiwoHrerilllycluivHindeU,
wishing to ueo or Invest. Call at
Copies and Beautiful Calendar
grtat Variety tf Entertaining and Initructiv Reading at to hie a price."
and Price List.
St Book S
Notice of Final SoUIcmont.
NOTlCK U liurrby ulvnn tlmt tlio under.
Nltfiied oxt'ciilrlx of tlio valuta or mm
ry fox, (U'cmxocl. Iiuh illod tier lliiul
account of tlio mild I'sUile. It. tlio county
court of tlio Htuto of Umtoa for Miirion
county, and tlmt tho court tin llxod Sul
urdiiy.Jiinimry totli, 1HUI, ut ono o'clock
11. in nlt-ild diiv forlH-iirlinr tho mine, nml
obJtftliiK tlicroui, ut tlio comity court
room, lu tlio county court Innuo lu Marlon
county, OrvKon, ami tlmt tho mituo will lio
l.llKKIMl llK)ll ut wild tllUO Hllll IllHCU,
Dated till Decoinlicr loth. IHUJ.
Kxrcutrlx of tlio liml will ninl tCHliiiucut
uud i-Hluto of wild ilwciwul. J'JjLf'l..
In tlio Circuit i uiirtur the Hlnte of Oro
go n, for tlio county ol Murloii.
McKlnloy Mitoliell pluiutill'
Iiw. II, liuriicH mid Torca llaniPH, Mury
lluini-, Mary M. IunbrlKlu iu Win.
Ijuiibrlulit. Martfrol J. Murk wood
uud Alurkwood, liur IiudImikI,
HiiHiin (JriMlionu und Jacob Uro-
Iioiik, Anfllny tllicK uud Miles, her
(looruo ItiirncK, l.unimi Fltyi raid unu
Cliarlw KlUKoruld, Kruuctm Ilanuii, Kllt-u
lliirnm,Anulo lUriitx.u minor, unit J. II.
lluriicH.HdiiiliiUtruioror tlio itnnnilili
tMtuto of Kllnlitt and J, II, Jluruu. dofund
To Win. l.ainbrljht und Mury K, l.ini-brlubl,duf-uiluuuiibot)
lutliu iminnor Um flhtlxiif nri'tfon, joii
uud each of )ou, uro li-roly iHimrcd
to nptur und nimwwr tin Miiiiitiiit
rilod iinl nut Jim In tho iiltu n
tlllfd mil, Hllliln tun (Im fiom tliu
(IuIh of tlio Mirvice of tbU riiliiiuiiiut
uon jou.lfiMirviMl within the county, or if
nerved lu an; other umuty of IhU mate,
then wltlilu twouiy day foiu tlit iluttf of
tho kervieo of thUmuiiiiioiin iikui you; aud
IfMTU'dliy inibllmtl.ui. Ilinujmi uro ro.
iiulitil to ai'Mar und uiuwer auld com
iilulut on or Wore the ftit day of tlteutoi
lar tt-nn ofwtld imurt, nuxtufloritU weulii
pulillcatloii ol Him nummoutt. to wit ou or
before tho nwolul Monday, tlio Hi h (lay wf
I'ebruury, iKUl.auii If you rail mi loauvwer
tor want thereof the lHliiliir will upply
to the court for the nU'f mo ihI for lu kahl
roMiliilut, to wit: tor tho foru;lMuru of
a inorlKiiKO on nulMtato. ThU 1.111111110111
U nerved upon yoti by publlrutlnn, by order
or Hon. It V l(ole.Juilieofaia court, ut
J. J. M Ultl'll Y, Attorney fur jilaliitltr.
Falun, Oregon, Dec. !rt, la Ut
$500 Reward I.
WKwillpnyttittubove reward for uny
rate of liver comnlalnl. dypeiwl, nick
lied.ehe, ludlglloii, wiutlilloo or oo-Ilvem-M
wocMnntiteurnwltw wtwt'a Vec
eltabl).tr nils, when Ih8dlrti0 r
trlUioiiuiplled with. They ur purely
vetielabl, uud iwvcr fall v Hlv SMtUAio.
tlou. rlutsaruQUted. Uro baxee, enntaln
Inii pill. a Jwiitn. Iiewura of Hunter
ftdlaiiud mlUiUuiu 'Hio Kfiiulnu inanu.
l&tVrrdohlyby TJ1K JOllN f WHWl"
Wold I.) (leu K (HVHt.liniUJist, aiUfOHl.
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