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-VJilViA CHAr'TEB NO. 11, B A . Si., hold regular commaoiCb- . ;kint every first and tbiid Tuesday of h.u month All j members In good stana.ni r;il Uia due tod timely notice aid g "r iueHelvS accordingly. Visit insf ei!!oiu are Invited to meet with tii Ci-ipter when, convenient. "' tt HERMANS. H, P. W. L FtsatA.IDa, .Secy t. !EL LODGE A. F. and A. M it'ioia regular meetinif on n tames day on or be. each fall miiun. I. C. Ft LLMtTuN, VV. M. NFWCOMB, reCy. c PIIILETAT.'IAN 'Lbdire. .x 3. 1 O. O F. iteets on &aortayf evea.ng, ol etcli wwlj at 7 o'el .cl. in their ball at Boae ' borj4 ' Members of tkaunier in good stand ing .are Invited to attend By order of the N- UNION EOXAMPMBNT NX , L O. O V msetaat Odd Fallow.' Hull ua Ine 1st and 3 Friday ol every month. Viaiting Brethrea iuvited t" snend F , JuHN .MCHI.ES,CP. - 8.' u. Bom.. Sjft'Wi . - - "'-' IJ3IP0.UA GRANGE. NO. 8. P. of MH will meet hereafter ii the lt , .-atu t rack moaih.at Orange, llall, in Knew bars. All tnentbera in (rood standing are cordially iuvited tu a tend: - irKO JONES, M. i J. P. Duxcaji. Secretary. P. O. Director-. ' Ooao d after Jane 10th, 1880. the mail tor t'ee uah, htetmting f-altoria. Nevadr and eastern cUatee. Will ieioae at 7 o'ciuck t. M., sharp.- ..:'(.. : ; Th maiis for the north will cloe at :45 p M. :,s ...... The mails tor wm and Corry cunnt-a willrl each day, risturdai a excepted M9Me.U,.-:.-J-. 'l j -:, . , . - Msil lr Onk oreek.'.M-etnt c tt and Palter- miil will cloaa Friday eveoine; at '; p. k " '. j 'f- - Malt from aootU arrives at 4.45 A M. -daPo. - , Mail 'nw tn norta dtlly, Sundava Xrrntt-d at 7:18 P. U- . From a t Corryjc xintun rt 13 M , daily. MntHluy xc pt-,i Fmm PatierMHt'a miltSitur !y at 0:30 Jr. K. ..,y:.-.i;. Monday order bq?ini-a tranMacd iaeti day, SanUTaxc-pjd. tntm 8 c'cliwk A. 51 . t5 eock F. H VHlualt'- IHit and pircnla ruitrr( hi-all inrt nf 1'. - FL O KTltT N. P. rld SOUTHERN OftEUOX NOTES. Giatttrenee!s to-day. David Btwhey is quite I I w'th adan gerous fever. : - . : John Mr Bee and fapily have left for Eastera n gn. : j - Mrs, Pa. kard fas left u She bade as adieu Thursday morning. - Atruhain, Wh eler icV ar j in re oeipt of new io la every week. A IIatmklnb bakbeent-rgnnixed. A Garfield club will soon be an . -nounce l. - . j " - aro Bioe. are just in receipt of many new lyle In ladies' audgeutle - xnta'a dtets goods ;V'- Four Hsiere of Charity passed through the city un Wrdneuty. Tln-y were front Jacksonville,! and bound for Portland. ! -. i Sheridan Br, have; the finest as enrtmei.t of f Hhlng tackle in the city. Go to them If yu wiali anything In the nahiog line. j Qtiile a BuraN-r nf our citizens have taken tlielr departnre far the State alr, and yet there are more to follow. The r'emocrais ratified the nomina tion of Hanrnck and Eil:h on Thurs ajay j evening Liar. lots of wind; a go id deal of powder hii-yu enthnla asn J .:( 'a-went-tOMeibirgnlre'In tho t;lte I'lindiMHe some nf that di jloeha from Haflend n Bros. . . die fines' potTee in tli mtrktt. Wm. HefTron ha J'lat received -avrnie ex'trn brand- of ine", 'Iqnnrs and cJpars at t e tar saloon! If you need so neihing gmal, give Bille.v a call. ; D J Illert Jnhn'Cnx and ft. W. Ffn h sec- m anied by their families and Edgar ialker, have gone to Eastern Oregon, there to make per manent homes. " i P. . Ktrickiand la j doing some plemlid work In the Green lanr. Be ing well inf.-rni.tl In'tne matt-r of road huildinir. it la certain that which be will attempt well done. Mr. Jiw hcon continues to offer fine Imruaiua in cl ilnug olid oilier mend and ae, and we alvise those who desire to pumiias- to lve him a call. County 1erk .Sheridan' has ben en gaged during the week preparing the vtranicriptM in the aev-n rases ap p aletl to the aupreuie court fr Jin this -eouuty -.'".j - - The greatest, best and neatest awn ing In town la that of A V. Fenuer's. We will not tell you to go and see It; jrow will we it if you w.ll only try; anJ Fenner keeps tl beat cigar store in town.' ' Mrs. Wsghorn la tlie mother of "a taunt-in , l-elw girl. The brlght eyedllitle stranger put in au appear ance 00 Wednesday la. We wish 4he happy parent much Joy In their newly-found treasure. J Tueniail train will leave on Sunday Morning for Portland, and will arrive In this city to-morrow evening at tie ttsual hour No orders for freight, however, will be entertained until urther untie, awing U the present blg&t stage af water In the Willamette. , Fined Co. have juat ! received an itr large atoea: nf new goods, wt.WA customers wib UiMtjuat attitedto tbeir wanta. flarkts is wiill ig j you rlMnkl 4uy the whole stock, aitd, atli aell u you at the lowest iwaaible rates. : We are pained to announce that Mr. Ail. Abraham is troubled jawuafalerabiy with deafoe-, ami that for some time 1m has been c.der tlte eare of phy sticlan. Ho wld leave for Portland and tbe rVaie fair with hla family on ' Holiday n' xu Th-- neXi H.1 tig will be ' the eleetiaa of city iJi.-er. Some nf (r taiyay ,'ers ai.d anveral who would like to be 9 e. to tbe ullloe of -Vity dal,M aot daily conaider the city j election of more iu-poruuee than the electie of president. ' j v James B. Tlptou,a luMMe ars des troyed by IS re 00 Thursday last. The tiouae was laea ed on the Opposite side of the river from Pttra 's ailU's, ami the .fWe originated fruen a stove i .prper'But Utile was saved from Uie , , - bouae. and the loaa swaUined will rfeacUat leaar MH). ' j - : Uypales, fllijug five waxona, and f' mbratdng men. wumen and eh ldren tave been doing tlte town during te week. There wa no cliaaee given ' r y of the women teeiNg THIieaypsy's 1 Vrulng," abd there evr wHl be, ey were too bemely for even erdi v.t. purpoaew; a to the am) waii,. f : were b ti &2y d Usy. TUS CrFiUUL TOTE. The !tr6t furnUhed by the Secre tary of State of the offloUI vote of the SU shows that the ayentge majnri j lor uie republicfta Candida t-a for supreme Judges la the Lite ejection was i,B98; ror M. C Geotgfj, 1,893. Borntt led Prim 199, mud Waldo led the republican ticket 111 votes. Tht-re were 801 votes for J.K.Reara,the gretn- uc oomjnee lor coiigrfM,and setter ing there were elevea votes fur suti. reme Judges and seven for state i-riut- er. Mnce i878 the' vote of the Slate has Increased 6.812. The finp Mr- satisfactory to alt those who opposed the election of Prim and Kelly. ' here can be ro c mi laint with such as to the m.Jorlriiy nlven Lord, Watson and Waldo, lu ba ve aoked for more would have teen proof positive that under et rtaia' circumstances men can be too greedy. The Ennmeraton. We have attempted to Interview the 1 enumerator of tbe census ibia week, but the law fon.i.ls cl.era from makitiir report mull Iht-lr liitt Lave been a-nt on lo W hiltirtou We h tu... Meeara. t'.l". Ne'7tjnmti. 4 a.ilu tvi... nlford, and A If. Rwii, aud eacu appear to have workeii stremiu-ly that me work has lelt them Liml far as we cau learu the population of tle county Is a inllowa: llser Creek. l,15o: CalaiKmia, I.4ir8: Lnokiug Gins.-. and leu Mi e. t.lUO. .uvr l LMk iW reiUf 1,000. oiea vaitoy aud Wil uir, TOO; .Soouafiurg ami Jiikt..n, 53o: Ca.iyotiylile, l.OiW; a.rduer, X): Y eaila ai.d lriu. - 1.0 0: liul. tt9J. It xtel.urrf, iuaidelhe ciiv lini.r. .n tainj tiM llilltttilaoui. lueludiiiir UiH Uiurt.s about l.oOJ. Anyone nut con tented witi Ami tbe rnumuratora at the court house from July 1st to July 61 u. ' .... , ' lirowned. . A llussiaii, the carpenter on the sliip Oixgu, wi.Ile workiug over the U-w.uf ll.al vewel at Port Biakely.laat t-alurda;, fell otf the sieging Into tue souit. in th fail he mrui-li, some thing rvceivhu fatal Injury, from the ttleoie tif which be died an hour after. He van bulled in the Port Madison i-eiiu lery on f-uuday, the Bteamer BlaKely tukii.g over the body, Hie band aud a tiumrroua company of m men and tomeople. Ibe uufortuo UaU man bavea fuur children tit Liv- i'l'U i" Eiilaud. lie la alio aid to hate bad $1,5)0 in money, but where lie kept it none see ma to know. List of Letters. The' following letters remain un called for in the Itooeburi; poxtoQue June 8iHI, 18S). Tiie Hlii,!irt r would t pleitstt when Calliuir for any of ine letter w i i a Idrx-a is here printed. wliu d you Say "adverlite W Lixsie Biker. Oere Bon did, D N Daniel L B arer, John h Bhu-khurn, V w B iit'u, Joaie Kim, Hanry Flem Jake Fern, 8 G Hoiul ,-, Tayh H-1I, rt L Hoaid, J..I111 lrw 11 W'arreu Jonea, E. L Iockwood, T MeVee, w McCoy, Me. 11 den, Henry Nolan, W RolierWoit, Jr., Liura Hutw-riiHin, A A 8niith (4), KarMMi tniih, F. B .liurl rltlge, M V 1 homat, W F Fay, Andie Tay.or, W Irtue, H J Whitney. Wl at Pluck Will On. A letter from Ann ArU.r. icblgan t'attd Jute !ih.siate that Mrs. Dr. B. A. Oweus baa graduated at the med'cal college with full h mora. r. Dr. Owens ha many frenlsin this evunty and for that matter, in mo .-iie a.,u mey win rej icd to know that lady with her pe,9ev ran"e, and her ln.lu has reacheil the aummit of hei ambition. She has no w gradu ated from two medical cd leges; she has eliicatioii an 1 it tr ily U trued in tlieprHetioeofniedieine Every true woman in the world must rsij iice at Mr Owetis suec-s. an 1 r-ret here are n. more f the S-ime en dowed with her a'lilitv ai d plu, k. DouKtaaeoi nty e r-amlv f.-tsa pr.de In Mra. nni mmoiion. Mr. W. H Livt rmnre, witiPfrom !t. Jidin'a a fea- days ajr, naVtr-a.f ac count of ' the di-appearaiice of two meu from' lb t plai-e John Foter and Dr. Henry Fooler-and Mates that the general cuppositioii waalhat theee meu - had met a -watery grave. YeMerday, Mr. Liveiniore writer that the btaly -jt Ftwter was di -covered by a (liiiiainaii fl.iailng at one end of a Jiigh wat-r wharf Nothing has been keen or beard of Fowler, and it is gen erally believed that lie too has shared a aimilar fate. Will Not Celebrate. Well, it U proposed that we shall have In Roaeburg this coming Four.h hi m ply a home picule In Be grove in other words, a basket dinner, etc.. for a bit. Can't some of onr "money, bags" sqtieez the eagles on their dol lar a liiil.-; it nilxht be the eagle would lie kind enough, to fnrnit h 1 s with 12 o-nts mote aud with this ve could have a "two-bit'' celeur-ition. Agncnltnral Implements. The adverliseiuent of Mr. Alfred SJ cum, the enernetio mauaxer of the celebrated agricultural house of Frank Bros, appea a elsewhere. 'We ran cheerfully sty to our friend- that wiiiie -r Mocuin sells h threat deal or niudiluerv be never sella only that which la good aud which, he wi 1 war rant and thtt Mr. K locum can give belter banrtius thau auy oue else. tiiveiiiMiactll. Literary Entertainment. A purely literary entertainment will be given at the courthouse In this city on the 22d day of July. The en t taiametit will be for tbe benefit of the M. K. Church South and Its pas tor. The church Is lu debt and needs aeaistance. Tltere : will be a graud luruoU. Programme next issue. . Go Treat Yourself. ; . I. J. Farquar will serve at his .w taurant Waiurday, Sunday and Monday si ra berries audoreara, and ice-cream and strawberries. He has made up ht mind that 110 one ahall ten away diapleaaed: therefore, go and patron - ise him. Ju.lee E. B. Watson, left Itosebnrg this morning lor halein, having Iteen invited by a majority wf over l.OOIof tli lmtie if OreKK't la take part lu tbe luauxuraiion of three newly ele?t edsiretiie jii'igrs, who will take office u Monday next. Skeltoa Pard.ned. -Gov. Thayer baa pardoned Skel'o , the man who killed Brown, fr.-in the laHHtenUary. Tlil psnlon waa (rant ed in direcrnuiaisittitn totlie wielien of 'a majority tif the eiple of IXuga county. John O'Nell, tleorg McMiller, and Lincoln Smith, or brains, l.ave been bound over In the sum of gist) to await toeanion of the next grand jury for teabtig some whjaky ami bitters from Uie saloon of H. Aulauf. Paid Up. Tbe Insurance enmi t.ny has paid to Mr, R. Camem tbe sum of 01.10, tor damaxe dote Mr. CamerouN property by Uie late fire. Couldn't Speak Enslkb. During the week Wm. BIoss was brought before Judge Gaddii by par ties who asarrted b wait Insane. The whole trouble with Mr. Blow is that he csnuot speak god English, and when It was reported he was to bit sent to the Insane asylum a number of our prominent cltien been me interested In hia behalf, and a second examlna tion declared William eane. "Bill" ys be might have a.kled ton tilaown the brains of Itot li t iw com plai iiing' w . t neaes, aud yet dad no m re or no less inlud, and tt isolated that the com piait t was the reault mure of a desire to Rratify periml spile titan auy thiliir Uo I We have kuown "Bill" for aevetal imtiitlm, and we have re B ected him aa a quiet, Inoffensive citizens and we never luve liuard it siau d, aa akd by Mr. aue or a wit-ik-mj', Mutt Bill ever threatened ta -crop on tue eur ' or any one. ; as- Poor David. Wed:ieslay last Day Id Winning ham, one time a t-ouuiy pauper, died a LtKiug uiosk. We ; bid not learned bo old David had become; but it was certain be was quite aged. He waa certainly a man of sorrow, since the toiurhig steps of old aee fi nally carried the poor inau to the poor House. Another Death. Mrs. Geo ' Ferry departed this life near Teu .dile on Wedoeml y, ag-jd dlyeara. Ihe dcease.1 was a lady well etieemeil, and her deatb Is neutr ally deplored. OAKLAND 1TKMS. Where are you g.iitijr to 'spend the Fourth? : ..- Dr. E. J. Pase returned last Tuesday from his extended tour. Miss Ambroae oue of the best culti vated ladies of Youclla valley, viait ed our town iaat Saturday. Work projireesitig on the Acade my building. Three cheers for the Fourth at the town of Oaklaud. The strawberry f etival gb-eu last Fiiday even lug was largely attended Mr. A. VV. William's isc'lool closed lat Friday afternoon, he is now at his fathers house. The brick kilo will soon be Li opera tion and thou we shall have bricK enough. Charley Fryer has taken K:s depart ure f.ir eastern Oregon, where he !hiu! wf rtSiditig. o'ucceHS to you t 'buries. , Why can't all of Uuoliurjr come ovor to the graud Fourth of her sister town? Come, Mr. Editor, aud bring all of the bos, and do not fail iu adding all of the young ladies alto. Humor ay that Mr. leo. Stephens has an idea of UKiu u.ito h iiuself one of earths fair daughters. May 3uaoilo my frieiid, t ud I am sure you bhall never regret so important a alep Mr. Wo. Taylor, oue o: our enter prisiig and geutleiuaiiiy younK meu, will have Oakland ir toe home of his childhoood, iu the grand old 8 tale leiiiietwee. May bis sojourn be a ante one. and when be shall have finished his tour nuy he Had a pleasant abid ing place. Arbora are already bvin construct ed and other extensive preparations are being made. A.et every i.ody come to Oaklitud 011 thai grind occasion and enjoy the UstevitU-e. Now you must be very careful h.v you ptiuu 1 ihne catt e. Be sure anJ uot let them kick you. A row occurred lat Mond-ty evening the result of which is three arrests and a lawruit. ; Prosecuiliig attorney Campbell a id lawyer Ball are over looking after tbe case. Much credit is due Mr; B. t-lmworlli ror t o able aud effective nianuer iu which lie perform ed his otHoial duties He has the nerve aud ino.al courage lo do hia duty itgardlesa of coiibequeuces. . . 2C , . . - - -. UlCE HILL. Miss Flora, our accomplished school tn.nrui, la acki-ow (edged by all to be tbe bel iug';r iu this valley. I; Mr. Ike Biigurt cbaucee to come your way heca.givejou llietimu-.f day every lime, some lime. We have bceu reliably informed thut Mr. Chanea :mitb of, iScak Hat, is booti to lake unto biniaelf a wife. We are expecting a wetlUmg 111 this Valley imi. Bill, do you kuw any thing about it? ; ah, we a ill asa Flora I gueoa. : Mr, Uurtou H. Hill intends running a buruer oiiop in coui.ectiou with Mr. Jobu Norwood, of Oak. and, on cele bration day. Mr. bice baa bad cuu siuerble experience in tbe tuuaoriai art.. .". :j .... The present road suirrisor of thU district conuinplaits cuiisiiuciiug a narrow guuge railroad from Itice bill to Peru, H has already uiade-ippli-caiiou forassi auoe ill that direction aud io-inoirow moruing the work commences. . - J. E. Deboy has lu vented a new slyle KU11, undoubtedly a wonder of tbe age. it is a double acting, nuu clogKiug. pistol grip, bell muzzle with r.bouuiiiuj lock aud cnoke. bote. ibis gun is warranted to kill aud akin at a distance of two bun red and liity. TestimoniaK Portland, July 9, 1879. My kidneys were iu a very bad con dition. The urine was 'ike brick dust, and I suffered a great deal with my bvk. All remedies were unavailing until I tried the Oregon Kidney Tea, which gave me almost Immediate re lief H. Hamilton. Portland, August 2, 1879. Having a severe backache last whiter, I was induced to try the Ore gon Kidney Tea. I found it very bene ficial in iu results. It is not more un ideas tut to t ike than other tea. I would recommend It lo those afflict" ed as I was. J. P. Palmer. We Challenge The World. "' wes we uelHive. -we have evi dence n. prove that .. bull's Cooxninpiion Cum is decided.y tun beat Lung Medicine mad-, in a inueU it wi.l cure a common H Ohrmie Ornigli in oun half the time anJ relieve Asthma. Bronch'tia, Wbooplug ouicn, imup. anil snow non e. if t; iii-iiiutin enreu than all others. It will cum where they tad, it is pltwuant l- ua , larmiiM to in yoaugt cluhi and C Kiar.-atro witat we nay. Prirwi. 10 cis. aictSi and ll.tKX I' Tour Lena a.e sorw aiuai t B uiR tatue ua -jbiloli'a Porus Pian and of i .It milKM, urag.ac .Do Yoa Believe It. 'I bt In tint biwa there are scores nf per sons passing our store -every dty whiws lire are tuada tU'SeraO e Iiy Inuiura-un, Uya-paia, roar aai aistrVMaeo stonutdt, lavxr ctuiibtiot, d naiiatti'-n, wliwi lot 75 ei we wilt sell ia m bhihib' Vital iactr gntraateed to eare VUeut, BuJd t-y& ri -,. .. CALAPOOIA. E. A. MwGee is tains rusticating. out In the moua Hot enough for roasting eegs, eay the, girls. The carpet fraternity, bold forth next Sunday, P. O. Hutchinson's school closes next Friday. Hay making in full operation, tbe turn out very good. Walter M. Wheeler, of your city, pal t this section a vUit last Monday. The people of west Culaponia, through l eter Burns, receive . their mail twice a week. Mr. J. R. D tiilt-1 disposed of his fine crop of grain, to Alva Pike, for the consideration or $30. " Mr Jaekson arrived here Tuesiiay rrom Uresawell. and will reside lu this section during the summer. , - Hn Tim Barnard : has the boss draught team, that drew 1,000 feet of lumber from Hubbard creek. Calapooaltes are making extensive preparations to eetebrate the Fourth of July at Oaklaud. J. R. B iker returned from Lane county, a few days since, where Ire bas been enjoying a pleasant visit- W. P. Ktrby Is runkii g extensive Improvements alx.nt bp slrea fy hand some farm, lu the wayof pl.iuk reucea . Fight against it all you can, though sad the thought, there will be war In Calapooia, for we smell it iu tbe at mosphere. . j . Mies L'xzfe Dhvbt, for a week has been sei iuusly afflii led lib typhoid fever, Lut under the . eificlnt treat ment of Dr. Vt-uable, she is convales cing. Gen. W. Stephens starts tu Portland on Saturday, tor the purp.iae of .hav ing some or the congress water ab stracted from Ins system, ami has turu td teuteraiice. j fr Joseph Ensleya few days ago ha a fine hrsf wverely stung by been, but by cutting the unfortunate brute loose irom where tied and applying a quau tity t of told water, the suffer I u animal was rellevexl. A rertaiu young lady$ reae-nhering her privilege during leap-year, writes thuitly to a young gentleman: "If you have no partner for attending cumpmeeiii'g, come down with your bnggy 'and team. ' Unluckily for her the young man was fixed. Miss Myrtle Hulhlnaon, who bas been attending school bere, returned dome this wet k, down the rinpia liver, and Mine Of our love-sick "sa'aius sre fnli"tf romewbat melaa-; choly. -v . The usual hour for Sunday school bas been changed from 4 o'clock r. m., to 10 o'clock, a. k. The nature of tlw: change s to revive things, if po8ihlt, but if is au imiMjsNibiliiy to raise the dead. We mean that the Calupooia Sunday school la ueutally dead, although we are -ure that there could be a buudsy school If ail would take a uuiieu pan; but that's out of the questiou an t fur oue or to more to attempt to dart the se.hool eetus absurd, (.aijuioi Gkoi.ob The Next Loglslatare. 1 he Mate Legislature, which u to meet next Septeuiber, will be couipoved as fol low: Republicans iu Roman; Democrats in Itttlict aud ludopendeuti in Smaix Cars: : , Senate. . Baker I. D. Mines. Clatsop, Columbia aud Tillamook C. W. Kuluiu. Claukamaa J. T. Appereon. Urant y'fw. JJuciiiMM. Jacknou-SJoiiN. K. Kuta. Lane It, ll. Coeoda. liuu J. IL .Swi, II . a. JUlycu. ftluttouoniitb Sol lliraeli. Mnri.iu Win.' Waldo, J. W. Orin. Uuiatilla .V. M. I envimjloH. Yitiuhiit ' '. ik liiue 1. KI.EcrKI) TO KILL VACA.MCIKS. Benton K. VViMniward. Mai Km N. IS. Kiiiht. VOB KKoULAR TBBK, Bc-ntoii and Polk U. t;lttc. l-iwukaoia- W. A. Starkweather. . Cons and Curry J. M.tiiyiiH. Dousbw Ceo. W. Colvig, D. W Stearns. Joaepiiiiia John II. iijrs. Lauo 7". (i. JJeiutrictx. -Luiu N. li. Huiuplirey. M11lt.1u1.1nah J. biiiiuu, A. W. Waters. Pulk-J. D. Lee. 7 Uiiinit Van'uim H'rij'U Waooau.I Lake. A. . Gota. Wahiugn It. 1L Tyson. Yamhill W. J. Counetl. lUpunlieans, 16"; Deuiovrats, 13; Inde peudeuta I. ' Iloase. ; Baker L. IS. l.tueutrf, A. J. Benton F. M. VVadnwortb, O. euer, Alle t'mker. Lticrenee. A, Wag- '--Clackauias H. Will, George Proawr. A. a WdlMir, K. J. Sharp. ClatMip aud Tillamook F. J. Taylor. Coimubia T. iiiUjkin. Cotw Win. Morrui. Coo aud Carry italoih Scntt - Doitglas B. li. Broukway, L. D. Mont gomery, F M Speuoer. T. U trn ird. Uraut J J. Worcester. ; JackiMin T. fritd'k, A. O. Stanley. bmephine li. Vlthcell. Lake U. A. 8tearn. Lone J. W. Harpole,' A J. Znmwalt, J'. .tf. HUomjutm, .1. C. H'.ifree. Linn 8. A. Dawson, Wm. Paul, J. li. Schooling. Ge . E. C.iaittierlai. U. Shel Ion, Jneiib XetcmiiH. . Marion T. Ford, W. M. Collard, D. VV. Craig, -T. r. Geer, John Miuto, Usury .Sniitb. ..: . .- Multonomab 0. P. 8. Plnmnier. F. E. Meyer. C. P. Yates. W. & lfeehe. Prank rayne, l. u. iSilos. Peuuniitra KhIIv 1 ,. .. ,j . . ... T r2j rMietM,u- "" bavagc, a. Umatilla-V. JTe'fy, J. Q. Wilson. Union Tutry Tuule, J. J. tileoatu. Wasco-Z. F. Mooiiy,. . liird. Washington W. &. Uarrst, J. L Snnsb, L, Patterson. Yambiii Iee Langlilin, TX O. Durham, Wm. irattweag. Kpahlics.u, 40; Damnorata, 90. " BSCArtTDLATIOS. , Senate Republican.,,.. . ......... ...IS Dsmaorats. ......13 Independent...., 1 Honss Republicans ...40 Democrats. 20 Bepnblioan majority iu Senate, 2; in tbe Houaa, 20; on joint ballot, 22. , The man who heed not ihe warn- ' ing of pain or warning, wbich always j procedes maladie- often, becomes through indulence, the victim of in curable - disease. I aait ude, weri ness, sadness, ai hing of tbe lima iodic- te nervous derangemeut, ttie fore- runrnr of many organic and function al diseases. Tbe early employment of Fellows' Hypophosphites will effect ually ward onTetu-h nialudies, An upea Iiettsr. 0rva!-i-t afanb 29 l. Messrs. (l.ilBu a C . .Vo iu.Te seed la nor hotel buaiaeas a very jr-t siihim of kiadsuf Yeast Powder but are eompelled to say we have never ased any equal to your Cream Bakinu Powder Respeetfuity your. Loom kit PoLLT, For U by Aiarks st Co K.sburg. TinOPilFcflE ftwnd (Hi aUZ t. yewwratner ArtyerUaln; Banu lis finruee Mraa4.wiaBnauveawBwie;sB.ain.ew irtnBunrn. Ti ass 1 av Tarimu Causes. A4vaninz years, eare, sickness, disap pointment aod herMlitary .predispositioa all operate to turn tha .balr gray, and either of tbem Ineiines It co shed preiO tureiy.. : Arut's HaIr Yioutt will restore b own or deep Mast, as nittr be desired. It soften' snd eiesnaes the scalp, giving it a healthy action, and removes and curva hu more aod dmlrufl. By its use f ling hair is checked, and a new groatb will he pros duoed la all cases whr ibe follicles sre not desiroyed or slaniis . decayed. - lis eftecia ara beaat'dully shown on brashy, w. ak or sickly hair, to wtilch a law ap plications wdl pri'duee. the gloss and frealin- M "I yoatk. 11 arm lem and sure in its operation, it is incomparable as a dress ing, and la speeialiy valued for the tuxtr aud riC'ineaetn tone i Imparts. It eoniaios n -itlu r oU Dor -iye and will not oil or color white cambric, vet it buns. King on 1 tt hair and ki epa it fresh and vig, rou. H idtre. Davis 4 5u., Portlaud, wholsale dealdrra, . I Wish Everybody to Know It. K-v. George H. T'tayer. an old eiiia -a of thia vicinity, known w evrr nueaa a tunai inftuen.lal ciiizen. and CunstUn Minister . ihu M. E. CliurcU just ibis momnl alep. pl in ourstora ttaay, -1 w'kIi everybtaly tot now that l &nuier Uih niyselt and wile owe nor litre M SUinli Conutopliiin fJare.T U Is having a irviuanloua sal over oar ciontHr and la giving M-rieetsaU iff iction in all cka- S ol Lnnir Uiaea. soch as oo hing almr Intaliloaa. Dated Bonrbou, !nd., May H1I1 '78: Dr. MteUet France. Sold by 8. Haniiltm. Drug 1st. . Thf most poburar Sd iragrant perfame of tie kay is .i.ft.M tUAtn. Try It soia y . unu ion, n tuwttd, uvK.tn - "NEW TO-DAY. Tks finest and best saloon In Bosebnrg- JOE AIKEN, PROPKIETOR. The beat of : llqnorr, (he finest of eigi rs, and a quiet r treat. ' ' .. . O 'Utlauieu aro invited to give nieaeall. JtfE AIKEN. . a Tirroi. F. 3f. 1 irro-r SAW PIILL. TlPiVN BR iS., PuoP'di ALL KINDS O 3 LUMBER. Iucludlug ' .' tiUOAR PIN"K, CKDAK, Ftli. mil AND OAK . LUMBiitt Alwavs o'i hand, and ordM nrianotlv II led iu tha shortest tt'ie. All kinds of Or w-d lu ub 1 coitiuni1y on uul. Lum ber furuiihed at any imint in K aieburg wi bout extra chaiira. an I hv au,ilicat:u t f uie 11 w.ll be louud tlist my lunitxir is uot a .ly the Iwl hut the chaapeal id ths ojsrket. Try tun snd see. AJ'-ir.-'S sd letters to - TiPKN' JiKOTMKItS. j3 , Patersm's Mills. Or. 1H0. FOlMlff, I. SW . 10.5EBURO, OGA. miuznwi & mm, psos; C'aS'isgs Uksnv aixe and IRON WORK Of evory dmcriotion nea-1y and prom;ily executed. Grist. Quartz and Saw Mills Mads to orJer. Portable aud Stationary ENGINES; Made to order and PARKAS i'ED. t FOUXDHT tbe IK-pot. One olock south ef j.v3 SPANISH BUCKS F0 FALEI TUOIfOUdllBKED-i TO OFF 1 wt'l sell 40 pamah M.-riiw l.ucks whieH have beeo r ami no my pl.teo. Tu y re vutxri r bu.KSi.nd w.ll tout toe taVaa ot every 8 leep rais r. They will be aol.l very cho.,p for ntrli. end 1 .uviie the aheep raiwraol Uluulna count) to iiutpci tb-ui. t'hey wid be f.und at luy farm, ui mil.i wiutheact of K., burg, on ihe I'o e valley rad. (jj3 "3) U. CJSN, ML XX3 COHDs v four Foot Wood FOR SALE. . -i I have 115 cord ..t biur-'.Nit woaj I f sr sale n u.y place, 6 md-a n nh-wis oi it webur. on tn- Co es ri lo' ik I Cue w.hk! w 11 cut last w a .r; s of ths le t q.a'n;l soi.,doak; li Is a . ouiu f trniat tl e lowest rx'.e. I uav s.mi 11U11 1 f st ve , and iutc inwis 1 nd tU .v 1 can kivm tu in s ieri r birg d . Thos ho di-.e a no l tiade ea 11 l ! h-tn-r tush iriVdiii.-ac d. II. CJV.V, Sa. Panies ma In itrt- at t..e rS a f the ?NDKrEDr T I l-rt no- 'Di' , 1' t e t'uuiic. We ''eaire in si ceivlv thank the eii' sens f Km i.urg who an va h.-rt'y hurri-d lit ine recueot our store tr4u Dne lat wetft. We arurtl Vijie we uiay nv.-4 bava wcaiun "i to let i.ra Ihe aaum kind ol a favor; l ut we will aur them.ee count them alt aa warm u ia nal friend. at-d wdl 1 ver r. tu -tuber them sa sue . Flixt So. Kosebnrg. J:ineU8 1?80. AT Fa lit OAKS. ORKGON. Sampson Sutherlin, Prop. MY NEW STORE At FAIR OAKES 13 Bow completed and to lied with a fin aiock ot g-xxje embrscing everything fouaJ in a nrat-elajai euary a ore. I am pre pared to to snnolv f ruiera with all kind of gKU. at lower pneMi than tUy eaa I Siured el, where. Horses, came, steep and hoirs sad all kind of eoantrv pro see taken and highest market :ee pa ids for tbe same Qive me a call and satisfy yaarsalf, . SAMPSON SUTHfcBLIK. HATE FITTED UP THE ITHOPOLIT'N SAlOttt In a Metropolitan Style, . ABB TUE Y Ua VE ON U AND XJQT70BS & CiaJLZ.3 FINEST AND BEST in TES STaftJl SAL001T. Jarksnn Street. Roeeburg, ; - ' 1712. lXCmX02T 7H0P I hereby annonnoe to the public that I have refitted aud refurnished this POFITLAIi XISCOIIT And ahall keep on hand. fine T7is:5, Liq,-ei3 Ziz r n r..1-! y IsiavrTiHi r - ; - ,r WHOLESALE AND RQSE3UXIG, OILEGOl,, mHE ABOVE NAMED FIRM WOULD twttthern pordon of Oregon that they LargQ3t Stocks EVER BROUGHT TO . SOUTHERN OREGON The stock In n neat ion is complete. In every detail, and waa porcli.tssd ia 8an Fran .w ngures mat we are aoie mmifM'tithin in rl...lMa.lA -nrl I ..... r . ......... ... ,.wu iub Biucs. comprises ) First-class Dry Goods, ' Full Lines of Clothing, Ladies' Dress Goods. Fancy Millinery Goods Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Etc. WE GROCERIES Glassware, Tobacco, Clears. Wines and Liquors. We bare everything ia tie Wy of HARD WAKE, snd caa supply fanners v. Uli FARMING MACHINERY Of sll kinds ia reapers, mower, etc., no the shortest notice rnd mutt reasonable term ffiglv st Pries Paid far-Vool. Grain and Proiucs. In e-notlon with tlie sore an'' n.-ar ih- railroad drpot we have a aenmmodinns warelnne fnr the MOraire of grnin. and ad)'iininir ilie warehnns hve tu latest improved drain E evatorand Uraia 1 l-an-r. which fna r aid iml advunratreuu. Country S'ore-kn-per will find on spplirsibin we 5an off-r 'hem auivrior bargnin. Ova n- -rot , f.r w. will n be unt-mtd. ABRAHAM W'lKKL'S tilQ. FRANK BROS. AGENCY. 805BS17BS, eaESOH. j' ' AGRICULTURAL IMP ' EEEHT, FAUM AND KILL MAKilsERf. i ALFRED J5LuC0.i, Hli)KN IV .MANAGER. The rnaeager wonl I state to the farmers or .-Southern Orirm ibat be is Iwitnr prepared n..w than he bna ev-r b-eu balutw 'o sujip'y lh-m with tha iat st iu pro.t-d ajtrieuliu&l niscliiuery, mil at prux-s lower lb .n can be off-red them iiy any othrr fir ;hm ntri eubnral dealer or d,-alers i-the -tate. He ia 'be a -eut for uulr ihe u-t or macuin rv and he can guarantee every rticle he sells. He wiahea if andeis -wd he. will aeil good which ar.. oth-rwie ibaa aarpraeu(ed, and i l' they ara mi1 clt-ap-r f-r the q-wlity than tb we offr-d ftir sale b her dealers, wid uevr votnplaia if hUo2t-r ara a-glerted. The matiairer iiaa tor sale. WaL'IKU A. WOODS' SEfiF-HlNDINO IIA.RVKSTER, t.l ...PKOVED IlEADEii, CHAIN AND SWKKP UAKK KKAPw EJirt, NEW ENt'ASICD (JKAU 'MOW Kit, CHICAGO PITTS TlIKKSflKK AND IIOKSK PoWEK, BlaACK II vK PLU WS,CrjLTIVATORS,ETC. Al-io; the OdebratHl "lot B-Ite" Wagon C. O. C inner C.'t d-.oVe and singl -saw unlla' mouuted aud down engines. Send lr e rculara aud price.tt, ALFRED SLOCUM. Manager, U.ebari, 0,'n. CA.VrONVILLK. OltEiioN, ' BLACKSMITI1ING k WAGON REPAIRING NEATLY DONH Horee-Bhoeing s speeialty, and BHtiafnc tiou iiuainiit,ed. T.-rum lw 't CaaU or approve.1 en-Cit, and wir done shm wantd... Thore indebted to lueare hereby notified thai ail outstanding; debts uiuxl b paid by January let, lbSO ; bv aod.ana sll old pntmn wlli do me a'fav. r. and find me tue to put in a first -clans Muck in 'he tHuninu Sprirg The bum k will le there 4 but ! wish a settl.-meut with old friends, snd with a tnll asick be able to sed them work cl.esiei than ev. r. JOHN L. AKZXFdf. Bis itCK SHI lTI-.. li, Dearling Gibson, Ot 1 land, oca. W..n1d announce to the public that they are pr-pared with .lie beet of materi al to supply all demanpa in their line. Having enjoyed over twenty yera' expe. riener in tiieir trade, all work performed by tlieui 1 irnaranteed to be Sratsiau, and airictly according to ordr. Gibsca's Celelsxated Ear- 1W3 FOB SALE BY J, W, 8TBASQE, BOSE- ,.-';V--: BuHO. . .... ProuoaDccd by all who have oAed them to be tbe best ever Invented, always 'oa hand s n.l fir sale cheap. FARM MACHINERY RE PAIRED, Giro Them a Call .EL 3. Ci 5m Gm SRERIDAII, (Snccesfcors to riiue. P. Sheridsn) ' UKALKK tS HARDWARE. TISWAttK, BTOVES . Ouns, Cutlery and Til jer Kur- .: aiahtug Co;... ERICX STCE, JROSEsjaG, CSls. - Having secored tile above business, we arc prepared 1.1 keep np its former good name lor work and p-ees. We have the Imi nf uiaierial am' al ays a toil snk nf g aula on hand.: ana . t oar aim to fur nish eqatonM-is with Drtn-c.ass snides at let livn icea. A full stock ot Iron and Steel iar aarrt Orders from abpwd wid receive inutile a'teetinfa. IL B. at J. C. rHKKlDA.N. The CHICAGO LEDGER, a literary COHBENCINC APRIL1.T, 183. ' ,kmilrp? V: -Jtf.'riTho Celebrated Stallions The LeJger Is pallie'ied weekly and ha eight pages, and th tone of its storb-s and other matter Is pure sod moral, sad well calculated lor ths fitaillr. Xiotice- ' EWISEl TO AS SCONCE TO TBE pabhtie that I wtll pay no bills of Mr. Eltcbell bsreaster. C. L, KITCUEI.L. Uoseborg,?sae 15, 1W0, ; 4W. IS J 3 u RETAIL DEALERS IN HZ ANNOUCNE TO THE PEOPLE OF THE bare imported to Hosburg one ui tbe to sll at sucn rates as to permit us to defy m- . . . j i ;r v f VE COMPLETE LINES OF & CROCKERY IXTJGtlX FOSTER, AQKNT VCR " -". WILMERDING CO, Importers and Wholesale ' Dealers in FinEwinE&LiauoRs. ' 214 and '213 Front , Street, San Francisco. 1 51" H 9 t4! 0 : iff? wj IS P3 BO WM P3 -.c a p:3 w jj 53 1 : r. 5 a 1 5 -i H tj 8 0 4 6 w 3 wd i 9 o 9 w o si -5 C E-5 e . .pi By . IN e . s e 7 .- 2C If - wi in a a 7 a. EXCELSIOR -III ! ITCEIaRIHAN & CO, Oals.laxid.'s HORSE Sl'OEIXU MADE 8PECIALTY And all kinds of work , PROMPTLY EXECUTE. aiVK THE FIRM A CALL. And yon triU cone again PMC 3 Ml'ulll) Will stand for tbe eaanmg seaa-as a fol. lows: Ils.-burif on Fridaye and Satur days; other times at ii.ime. aix miles nor w.stoti the Cole's v l--y rand, lfetmnie Ismsde in these arrang-meitf. Hue notice will be given. H.O"NN,!fu.. Ratee of Service: lo liiaure, io. - - : Piu(r et . . Ali enmmanieaiioas hymtilmoat bad-; ArrMWtt Ln tha cfuorietiM-. Uoaebarir. Ores! go. ; Sheridan iroo., they would .nnonnce that tl.ey have j.urf received snd now liVe CB Lund ooe ol tbe Larger Stock of :vEardt7axo- VElLVsnil UE 1E ilASVAKK.'tLy ai preMred nJC can purclnute ehtewUere, .. Wait Iu i he sua tie f bn.tdiug ruiurtal su)a-ri r iiiduceim-nis to purehaaera. : e can ifive you bargaioa in the wli-rrt Buck's. B Hiiuxa. Farmer Occiden-, Iroh Kiou. Kmpire Cny, and oiher iovr ai'.d ran'vZa I he beet of wirmen are constaaily and huyera a'uoatd learn our price. , Wo havea . t.ara ius t.) off.-r ia gnns, such as Winchesn ki... .-j . . a w I . , sii.s-guns and 1'i.u. s mcuester. bharp and other RiBes, W- ai slsoA-n.sf..r ib-White. Pe-rless.nd Sew Home Sewing Machines whSei e aell at lowHit rw and warrant as complete in every respect "acuines.wu.ca. We caa also aupply . . ' .ivcrill and The beat in the market. a i' e lowest rate. Uive qs a call, iasiiect our stock, nqaire anv one ra-. Oen'l Merchandise INCLUDING EVEItY VARIETY OF - LADIES' DEESS GOODS OP" THE LATT. STYLE. : 1 Casliii9r33 cf . all Variety and Sliadea -at M. YORK Gentlemeu & Boy's -EK H3 V "25cT - lOEE 2j je 17CLOTX2ZXTG.jp BEFORE PCBCOASIXa ELSEWHERE, V- St- r w- w s - . . A. b. . . . UI U UU12U UOOIJ BARGAINS CAN BE V .-CIO my! The rrsmeter anS PeKeeter ef A almllatioa. The It? former and Tltaluter ef tke Blaoa. ,.; Tke ProSurer sat Inviseate- ef JServe swA nuscle. - The Builwer and wnsjaerteref Brala fewer. Fellows! Compound Syrup Is com posed ot ingredients Identical with those wbich constitute Healthy Blood. Muscle and Nerve and Brain Suhstanee.f while Ll.'e Itself Is directly dependent upon some of them. By its anion with the blood and Its effect upon the muscles, reestablishing the one and toning tbe other, it Is ca pable of effecting the following results : It will displace or wash oat tubercu lous matter, and thus cure Consumption By increasing Nervous and Muscular Vigor, it will cure Dyspepsia, feeble - or interrupted action of the Heart and Palpitation. Weakness ot Intellect caused by grief, worry, overtax, or Irregular habits. Bronchitis Acute or Chronic, Congestion of the Langs, even in the most alarming stages. It cures Asthma, Loss of Vol Neuralgia, St. Vitus Dasce.'Epllepi Fits, Whooping Cough, Nervousness, and la a most wonderful adjunct to other remedies In sustaining life during 'the process of Diphtheria. Do not be deceived by remedies bear ing a similar name : no other prepara tion is a substitute for this under any circumstances. Look out for the name and address J. I. FELLOWS', St. John, X.B.,onthe yellow wrapper in watermark, which la seen by holding the paper before the light. Price. $1.50 per Bottle, 6 for $7.50. Sold by ail Drugir.sts. I. S. Ro33nT5aiii & wo., MANUFACTU8fcR3 OF C12ARS. AND V Dealers in Tobacco, S. E. r Hatter- y Streets SAN FRANCISCO. CAU Wf.u'd announce to tue trad.- tliMugli.nr M-iuthe.'u Orvgon that tbey are prepare ioiS-raiieri' advantage :i tl-ir J:n-. rnd would reap.ct.ully call attertkm e pecialtv a4 onlv 10 'P AtlKZTZ A Their purely Havana ami l n,i eigai. but also lo the fo'.lowinir popular brand. wlncil they ar- inaaulae'urer : . "Bimimoiul," - " "Our Hiai U-y," "Ornate, "Elaine," "Gnzler," Champirtti," . ltubenuan" And wbich brands are now it, flm-elss- demana evcrvabere. 1. 8. It wrubsu'a k Co, also would have it uuderaton that they sre willing to ano will sell ab articles ia tbeir has lo r iron cheaper than can travelluf agents lor any nmi, and ill mall orders sent ihero wj!i be furnished withont detav and ia tbe neat- eat and iit'-si reliable manner. . Uive us a trial once, and yon will re mala our pennant patrons. 1. 8, aosaJfBADM k C Cameron's Zlcstanrant! COIINER JACKSuN WaSHLXUTOX Ho- burg. Oregea. j floats at All iSacra. FRE3U OYSTERS IS EVERT STTLK Tlie nly Sivt-class eating hoe In tbe city. Taboa aupJird wilb'be beat. and evei yy atteuiMin istki ! geeats twouKur ;ameron. Z70TXC& FrrTiCB IS HEREBY GIVEN -TUAT the aaderaigoed exeeators t I be es tate of H D. VViUia, neeBs-d. have file. I s Bnai arc-Hint titereio ; and tliat Uie 5 b dai of ioty, A. D., 1880. as lasea apnt.-d, f the bearing wf ..tojee i-iia to soeh ae c-at ana ae - '"" or-er .iw eoum y e..rt I.ir Ioula county, Uveg-u. : - WM, R.WILLliik - 0. L. WILLI-. ExeeatelS, - lic) Vry'n,h ' bot offer todownig brand. r o,-, not 0,ed ide Wt.U.reld. mpl - yed ia the manuiact sSk a" r. . . i.iifkfw t: aints, as t onr prices, snd we nmmia. .i. . " ' w sjii asV ( HKItiDAN BKOS. tiie 13171. U a OF--- JOSEPHSON, SECURED, DiL & . 1 1 A ILTON'S :iEV7 DRUGSTOHS FOR . . rngs, Paints. Oit. Varnish, Window asd Picture tylasa, Ftati mery, Perfumery, if yon wish to purchase tbem cheaper than a- any place sou'h ot PORTLAXD. ' Am? keep full lines of EDWARD TODD & CO'S GOLD PENS, PENCILS. ETC, SCHOOL B00K3, NOVELS, . LEGAL BLANKS. 3pttsh59 Fa?at9 TfiUe asb9 YaraUh d Artist's Yindsor and X-tons tube cilrrs.:,Wia dow and Picture Ulaas, every i, at taweal Pr ce, by box or pane. Blank B.oks, Writing Paper, envelope, pena, Ali new Patent Medicine in oa:k aa demand will warrant. L!S CUT TO OHDEIt. rree or charge. Agent lor rmz-x titsxD paints he celebrated And Ih.ongli'v tented PA CIVIV KlTillKR PAINT, The 1M PEKISI1A11LK PA I XT, and The ENAMEL PAINT. A vent for AL limy, Mueic Dealer, han Franrieeo, Piwcriptinn filled with H.Mpatcli.at tbs wrtt rale. it,ire ia acswbln at riirul -indow on back stn-et st sll hoar of tbe tght, Keinember ih p'n-e. Brirk build-gopimriu- Metropolitan Unlet. liieuurg,' regoo. ED. TOLLESi lonse, in and Carriage Or .ulng, Marbling, Kalaomin'ng and HARDWOOD FtXISHER, Paper-hanglnir and wall-tlntiinr prompts attended to at low "ln. Ord-rslo be - lelt tl Dr. Homilio..' drugatiir. " arinar's .r.33tan?at vS JACKSON STREET, KOSb'BURQ. roiinParciuor iiinoutnes to the potiilc htt lie has reopetied the re-tatirant twuosite Httende.i Bros., and will 'UKNISII MEALS AT 25 CTS. And that he will supply his table with the best In tbe market .Vo Chinese Cook Employed. a. XI. DAVID, II .D, iiiisiMn n.te ww OFFICE CPs rim IN . Ma EES ACu'skvrick bailding. Koaebofg.Ore fe. Prirat cvauiiatioa rotas f-w pa lieu ;-J.atrv-BiC3I3T H-Ds, W-iVitfsl--v m mm w - Wjtfk ROSEBUBO OR tK w ILL ATTEND TO ALL CASuS Inirarted te bis ear Office at KM sir tesideace - A Fine Stock and Farming Hasck. Term reasor able, and desire for sal is eotaiooed ibr. ngh a wish to emigrate to Kaotera Oreffrwi Sue pr.ee T land and refi-reaeea s-nire of J.bn W.Solly, at tbe IxoxrracKjrr r(H m, or the 4wrrieicv -h tiw t n n, era. Lacd for sale s00 arte o tin.ir and jrswng ano fKl-tniag land ciBthined ; .host 75,000 oT (artning laud cad the r oalotier Mtre and MK.tx r bud. Tse tav. eon-aios a Cne errhard aadabontS cnnrf garriet laud sai jre t, irr gavnas. I'hore aieo i a lite h of young neea Is dte above aai led oie:.ar-i, etub.-acmg s'i t sds la-aeht cherries acid apples asd rtnes of all k'i d. Tir i a .! water 'oei on the t treats oe ti e pn-fniare tiott alorsa rbout t lwive-l::r-w ja.w t, afti 'on iHe sUrij te mii! of K. B. Mr-ifti s. R. L-eltlUtMS. foLES Vau Jt T. O-K-'ta. Tirt-rs Isa e mat a 8vd lrgaia ' apt early. '