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0. 1. BABBER SHOP.
J. E. SHEARER, Prop.
Palm's Old Stand.
-First clas3 work done to
Ladies' hair cutting executed
L M; LYON.
O AND O
JoKliinsr of alT Kinds.
fALt WORK GUARANTEED.
Medford, - - Oregon.
vVeseH ari kinds of goods. We also boy. Call
" -- iidaee ojfor barpains. Wedefy
1 .. . eomnetition.
:d. s. youngs.
J Jobbing of all kinds.
estimates furnished on
Jack screws tc let.
Sv3 sOtTfi --"T iii- t ;
J? . JiM Hani Goods !
or ana Bnilaer
pAiTC clIO,,cjthantakcnuP' the-v woal1 K'
1)KJL M1U luctantly taken at fiftt cents on the
lh GLOVeSaE" NOTIONS!
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC-
- - Single Room and Board . f -i.00 j
Robni And Double Bed for Two
... Iiod Board (each)
.IMM1U It ll.f'llb UWI1I
fl.-Ttnieim! toricaaHelii.;gt.teBas British ubjecu, b un-
,-;T; fZ dtaj STAND COR. C&Tthsts.
- Medford. Ore.
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H8.se and Oxen Shoeing
..ONE OF THE (GREATEST.
OF THE AGE. j
Dr. Woodcock of Kerbv. Josephine
Y'--'" '-County, Oregon, has discovered anew
i-!ttZ ? remedy for Diarrhoea, Disszntary,
Cholera Morbus tjnolera infantum,
and all kindred dueases of the alimen-
yr .3 tary .canal. .The newremedy J called
r&Sr''';'..tf-'t . It cures ail. Summer complaints, all
'ij- -ixirregiiJaritjc8 of the' stomach and bow-
t i v,.i5je.eM. i'itter wnat the cause is. It
l'i''-iSp;iJi,;jo&.Mcantipat;jnd hss no opium
"i iijS'i iLikiV it. ' It f rows plentifully on the Pa-
" . clfic slop?.-There Is no danger in tak-
iHg it, aa it has been us:d by a number
of years. - .
- - TESTIMONIAL.
We, the undersigned, citizens of
Josephine County, State of Oregon,
hereby Certify that - we - have, jised 4r.
Woodcock's Regulator for the Stomach'
- and Bowels and believe that it is all
that is claimed for it. That, it is th
best known remedy for all summer com
: Wm. Baker, Grants Pass: Wm. A.
Fehely. P. H. White, Geo. E. Floyd,
" U. S. Woodcock. J. Woodcock. Chas.
Duncan, Kerby, S. H. White, Bert Ad
ms, Waldo. Sold by Druggists gener
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Br TX3-X3C a . KSKTBON ,
Publit-hau Onoe A "Week.
SUBSOmPTION 2.00 PER VFAR IN AOVANCE.
Enteral In the Postofflo at Modford, Oregon,
a Bacond-Class MaU Matter.
MKDFORD, Thuhsdat. APRIL 7, 1892.
A MOOTED QUESTION.
Notwithstanding tho financial
status ofvthe city of Medford is in a
healthy condition, there never has
been a time in its history that re
quired more business ability in the
management of its affairs or a more
careful administration . of its laws
than at the present. ' .-:
Seemingly the principal question
agitating the minds of our council
men to-day is shall wc bond and
take up our outstanding warrants,
or in other words, fund our indebt
edness? and a right difficult ques
tion it is to Folve. If we bond, tak
ing up our outstanding warrants,
we place the financob of the town
on a cash basis, thereby saving a
discount of 20 or 25 per cent, as at
present, on everything purchased
for tho town. Our warrants bear
an annual rate of interest of 8 per
cent, payable when redeemed ;bonds
possibly 7 per cent payable semi
annually a saving of interest of 1
per cent. Now a glance at our city
finances will show a yearly income
of $4,500. If we bond, 2,5O0 of
this will go for interest, leaving the
small sum of 12,000 for current ex
penses. Bui. admitting it sufficient,
at the end of fifteen years we are
no nearer out of debt than now,
and are actually out of about $6,
000 interest on the money paid on
the interest of the said bond. Now
after paying our present amount of
j interest, we have a balance of 13,-
application.1. 100 nJ taking 2,000, the amount
j given above, for current expenses,
land we have $1,100 left for taking
j up warrants, and at the end of fif
"Tjl 5 teen years we have all of them
en. But. farther; suppose the
.town sbouM bond and 2,000 noibe
suMciecit-wbich at . the ; present
rateiof exptwiditure T Ktt&rkx
coVrcntlaf ponees, warrant", as a
' 1 mailer of fact,' would have to be is-
! sued, and with : a bonded debt of
such proportions and 11.500 to $2,
! 000 more warrants issued annually
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Washixotos telegrams mention
) as one of the wonders to be ex
j hibiied at the World's Fair the wax
j models of fruit, on which compe-
tent artists have for a long time
j been engaged.
Tht rennrt from Mnntrfil tlist
rt i- , i; j
jthat they can enter tho United
, nuuuj v. ".iv,UD .uiwiuiaiiuu.
Nearly all the Chinese who land in
i the United States were natives of
j the British province of Hone Kong
!a" the British city of Canton, and'
ULfiwnumiMi.ii . J. v :;,i;,: r
: utiiig iiuuvi .lie jui imivuvu VI
Great Britain are British subjects
before they sail from San Francisco.
But that docs not make them Eng
lishmen. They are still China
men. Srv EBAL county exchanges pub
lished fn small towns are complain
ing about work being done openly
in towns on Sunday. One says
Sunday work is '"excessively in
dulged in," and another complains
of the killing of a lot of hogs along
side the main street, on a recent
Sabbath ; and they urge to better
observance of the dav. This is a
reasonable demand. While men
should not be required to observe
otic day in the week as a Sabbath
in any especial manner, it is due to
those who do choose to observe it,
and to the law as well as the gen
eral sentiment of the country that
work that tends to disturb and
annoy others should not' be done
on that d?y. This is a free
country, but every man's idea of
freedom must be limited by the
ideas and customs of the .majority
Telegram. , .
Thk first governor of Oregon,
when it was a part of California
xtoaman w. rnce is suit living jn
New Jersey, his native state. The
connection between Governor Price
FROM THE CAPITAL
W.3HD.qton, D. C, April 4, 1802.
Unusual interest has attached to the
dc 'ngs and proceedings of both housos
of Congress for a week past, and some
of the sessions have been quite excit
ing. It is at such times that the so
journers in Washington have their
innings, as it were, and habitues of
th ? galleries really enjoy life. Con
gress is the pulso of the whole "body
politic" hereabouts. A little war
cloud or an exciting duscussiou or con
test in either house arouses the semi
political lookers-on in Venice, and
is reflected in the lobbies, the saloons,
and all places whero men congregate.
The turn of affairs with reference to
the Bland free coinage bill was a great
surprise to the gossips, tho prophets,
and even the correspondents and Con
gress itself. With a clear majority of.
froni 30 to 40 in favor of the bill ac
cording to tho most careful count of
uos'js it was not imagined that any
other result than an early passage of
the bill could possibly be expected.
But the vanishing of that decisive ma
jority is one of the peculiar incidents
of political manipulation. It need not
be assumed now that there is not a
clear majority of both houses of this
Congress in favor of fro; coinage as an
abstract question. Two considerations
have entered into the temporary sup
pression of that majority. The first of
these is party policy, aud the second,
the fact that no actual good could be
accomplished in behalf of tho silver
cause by the passage of a bill at this
time since it was certain to encounter
an executive veto.
The Senate side of the capitol has
been having a little excitement pecu
liarly its own over the subjects of
leaks executive session leaks. There
has never been a time when exper
ienced and reputable correspondents
could not obtain all the information
they desired concerning the doings in
executive sessions, although such ses
sions are secret and the officers and
senators sworn not to divulge what
transpires. Generally the news is of
such nature that its publication is
harmless, if not actually beneficial,
but in tho consideration of such deli
cate matters as tho Bjhring Sea ques
tion has come to be just now, it is
proper and important that secrecy
should be observed for reasons of pub
lic interest. Nearly all the senators
know, if the public do not, just how
the information about these sessions is
obtained by the correspondent, yat
vary onoe in a while a row i kicked
up and sotnA tort of an ip vftitijutidn is
el on foot"" "Just now a 'trusted em
ploye of the senate,- whose duty it is to
attend these sections, is under a cloud
accused of baring divulged Informa
tion, yet the correspondents are un
animous in exonerating him. They
do not get their information from em
ployes, nor even ask or expect such to
betray their trusts. It is the senators
themselves who tell. Information u
given unwittingly in many cases,
brought out by the clever cross
examination methods of experienced
news-gatherers, but that is the invari
able source. As an Instance of this, a
good story is told of Senator Frye, who
was always a stickler for the inviola
bility of these secrets. When Stanley
Mathews was nominated for Supreme
. rv,,,.. i,,L; .m nni.Mi.n n.inn!
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confirmation, and after tho vote there
had Toted Frye was one of those
j who could not bo located, and a cor-
respondent who was on close personal
j terras with him undertook the tak of
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; surprising nis secret, went up 10
th? Senator and remarked in the
most causal manner: ''Well Frye,
you're a fine man; now, aren't you?
"What's the matter?" inquired the
Senator in his sharpest tones. "Why,
I thought vou told me you would vote
for Matthew's confirmation?" ''Well
I didn't vota for him!" was the indig
nant reply. "Thank you. Ssnator, that
is all I wanted to know," replied the
newspaper man coolly, walking off.
Tho trouble about the whole matter is.
that there are too many secret execu
tive sessions, most of which have no
reason for secrecy. If the sessions for
the consideration of nominations and
similar matters were open, and those
pertaining important state secrets
held with closed doors, there would bs
less difficulty in guarding that which
should not be revealed.
All the government departments are
making extensive preparations for a
display at the world's fair. The Pat
ent Office, the War and Navy Depart
ments, tho Smithsonian Institution
and the Agricultural Departments will
exhibit, which will be among the most
interesting of the entire "show." The
latter department has in preparation a
larga number of models of plants
illustrating ths attacks of the various
insects and diseases which destroy
them. To make these models, which
must be absolutely true to nature, two
English artists of marvelous ability
have been engaged. They are bro
ther and sisterand in this work far
excel .any -.-others known, having
lakempdela several great exhibl-
'Con.ijoalsef fruits are made
W wax, aoa eucuHl is excerclsed in
ftheit -manufacture that only by the
eksMerutiqcaBthQy, be distingui-
jhrthefMl article. Four cor
eht exaialned ; several speci-
&L thit, Wbr.yjtarday. Among
"waa ilfw"f .agplvahowing a
''licbjsadfatan kia vay-'into tho
f, and a stoik of eoo shewing the
destroyed by worm. -Both of these
: marveloos jrorlqf WArt. A potato
ine in process of destruction by bugs
f another remarkably skillfully ex
ecutea piece oi woric, ana tne worms
.'are so natural as to be unpleasant to
A look at. Wonderful skill is shown in
making leaves of all kinds, the most
'delicate being constructed in a man
so perfectly imitating tho natural
o deceive the closest observer,
predict that tho oxhibit of
ral Department will ex-
that of any any other
utiful things in the
wb have had what
orl neany a montn
a fonafi Of lUCtOIIS "St T8W
berries and cream" while snow is fall
ing out-doors seems somewhat in the
nature of an anomaly, yet that is what
we have been doing. Tho berries are
not grown here, however, though the
hot-house product is now coming in.
These early strawberries como from
Florida and the first importations were
sold at $1.25 a quart; now they have
got down to forty cents, and will bo
still lower iu a few days. Washing
ton has one of tho best markets in the
world. Every kind of fruit and veg
etables grown anywhere at any season
can ba found here, though the course
of early luxuries come high. South
ern grown asparagus has recently been
selling at $1.75 to $2 a bunch, and
string beans at $2.50 a peck. Green
peas have been quite plentiful at $l..r0
a peck. Wealthy people, like news
paper correspondents, must bavo these
things, no matter what they cost.
conoDCTBD Br pnor. n. l. habkkoam.
Actual work in making things in the
school-room is for the definite purpose
of training the intellect. The work
the pupil does must compel him to de
liberate, reason and apply his knowl
edge. Tho civilization of tho world
to-day is due to the men who have
made things, and are making things.
There is no doubt at all that the grow
ing appreciation of tho beautiful, and
the growing regard for culture is due
to the union of thought and action; in
other words, tho co-education of mind
and action. Practical kxpkrience
is most valuable, and it is Important
that it should como as early as possible
lu a school course of study. Experi
ence is what? In our overcoming ob
stacles by encountering them, and con
quering them. The boy who trains his
mind so that he can dovetail two pieces
of wood together perfectly, has gained
a definite amount of intellectual power
that could not be gained anywhere else.
This work is not dono that he may be
come a carpenter, but that he may be
come a man. As soon as tho learner
can do anything well let him then stop
doing that and go at something else.
In this way he will get an all-sidod
culture. But the objector says. "We
cannot got hope, joy. peaco and love
through doing." We answer, these
things arc the direct fruits of such
work. Joy comes from accomplished
work, successful work gives joy; and
we love all helpers to our joy. Tho
love of God fills our hearts only when
He does something for us that proves
his love. An abstract God can never
be loved; be must Vimi concrete).
All evidence goes to show that it is
only through doing that the heart Is to
be made better, that the world is im
proved, and that the sum of the ab
stract qualities can be increased in in
tensity and power. The workshop in
education has come to be a mans of
grace, not tor the trades, but for the
ARBOR DAV rROGRAMMS:
Son Mcitt Sprint Time. Bt SrtKm'.
InTorallon. Rrr. Edmonds
Readlnr of the Law EitablLblnc j
Arbor Dar. R. W. GlloraT
Chora, of the Flower. Br ix Otr!.
Snnc Spring Time U Coming.
The Crocus'. Edna Walt.
The Warnlde Inn. Bearte Johnson.
Arbor Day Concert Exrrclw.
The Sunflower Quartette.
Seed Time and HarTest. Laura Bennett.
Small Beginning. Helen Brlgr.
Children's Concert Exerelw.
Sone Beantlful Bird of Spring. By School.
The Planting of the Apple Tree. Vlrgle Parson.
Reading Arbor Day. Cart Narrecan.
Reading Tree Religion. Bei Walt.
Song Tree Planting. By School.
All are cordinlly inviW to join with
tho children in celebrating Arbor Div,
at the public schools Friday, April Stb,
at 2 o'clock p. m.
The public schools will give their
first public entirtalnniPnt on Friday
evening. May 6th. li Tbe proceeds
will be- used to found a school library.
The programme will consist of selec
tions and songs from each department
of the schools, and conclude with the
Famous Broom Brigade Drill by IS
beautiful young ladies of tho school.
Don't forget to visit us on Arbor Day.
We desirw to say to our citizens, that
for years we havo D"en selling Dr.
Kitifr's New Discovery for consumption.
Dr. Kinp's New Life Pills. Ruck Ion's
Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters, and
have never handled remedies that sell
as well, or that have (riven such uni
versal satisfaction. We do not hesitate
to (guarantee them every time, and we
stand ready to refund tho pttrchavs
price, if satisfactory results do not fol
low their use. These remedies have
won their groat popularity purely on
their merits. G. H. Habkins, druggist.
Firstly. It is the oldest Cream of Tartar Baking Towder
in the world, and has stood the test of 40 years.
Secondly. Its makers have never succumbed to the
temptation to introduce ammonia or alum in their goods, for
the purpose of cheapening the cost.
Thirdly. It is made from the purest Cream of Tartar,
refined in the immense plant at Jersey City controlled by this
company, by patented processes used by no other refiner.
Fourthly. The governments of the United States and
Canada have endorsed Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder after
thorough examination, as have also the heads of our great
universities, prominent physicians, boards of health and the
public. It is used in the United States Army and Navy and
in the 'cuisines., of the most select clubs, hotels and private
Fifthly. It is just what it is represented to be, vis: a
pure Cream of Tartar powder and can stand on its record
without any bolstering up by means of fraudulent certificates,
," or resorting to any other tricks practised sometimes success
fully bv f -her makers of so-called "absolutely pure" powders.
April Fool's day passed off quietly at
Albart Whlteman, of Central Point,
is visiting his parents near Woodville.
Mrs. W. V. Jones is visiting her
mother, Mrs. D. Bridsoye at Bolt.
Rev. Futroll was able to fill his ap
pointment hero Saturday night and
M. Mathews and B. F. Corter went
to Jacksonville on business Monday.
Mrs A. L. Neil, from near Ashland,
arrived here Friday evening, and is
visiting friends here and at Grants
Ed. Temple, of Medford, was in town
Friday, soliciting orders for tomb
stones. Mrs. J. Whitoman was quito ill lust
week but is now able to be taken to
Grants Pass for treatment.
Simon Simpkiiis, who has been min
ing on Jump Off Joe. is spending a
few days at homo.
Miss Jennie Umuns, of Ashland, has
returned home after spending a pleas
ant week visiting Mary Henderson.
Chas. Hill is putting up a new picket
fenco around his yard.
Prof. L. L. Freeman spent Sunday
in the uppor valley.
There has been some frost this
spring, but the farmers predict an
abundance of fruit.
Mrs. A. T. Neil and her niece, Anna
McHugb, went to Grants Pass Tues
M. B. Whipplo is conducting a suc
ncssful term of school on Williams
Creek, and reports an average atten
dance of 35 scholars.
Prof. B. R. Stevens, who has been
attending school at Monmouth for the
past four months, is now at home.
Mr. Schefllin's team ran away one
day lost week. The wagon was over
turned and M. S. was bruised some,
but is now able to walk around but is
unaltle to work. Eusoa.
A drive in job work. For a few
davs wo wiil furnish you with l.OOJ
printed envelopes for $3.00, or l.OuO
printed letter heads for $3JiO. Give
this your immediate attention, as these
oilers are only for a short time. Call
at Mail office.
The alliance of Union county
proposes to erect a mill of 100 bar
rels capacity ,at an estimated cost of
122,500. An incorporation has
been formed with the value of
shares fixed at $10 each ; no mem
ber of the alliance is to have more
than fifty shares, the object being
to distribute the stock among the
farmers, and to render it impossible
for the enterprise to become mono
polized in the hands of a "few.
The mill is to be built at La
Grande, a bonus of 10 per cent of
its cotit having been raised in that
city for its encouragement.
Thj TTorU Taricaed.
The facLities of the present day for the
production of ccrytUing dot will con
duce to the material vclfare and comfort
of mankind are almost unlimited and
when Syrup of Tis was first produced
the wor'd ws enriched with the only
perfect laxative known, as it is the only
remedy which is truly pleasing and re
freshing to the taste and prompt and
effectual to cleanse the system gently in
the Spring time or, la fact, at any time
and the better it is known the more pop
ular it b' "ome!".
Procured In the United States and foreign
countries. Twenty ne ycarV experience as
solicitors before the ialcci tMTlec aud as attor
neys in patent causes bvlnre the courts has
iciren ws an extensive practice as experts. We
intention to r.Ac. mcctrd In otner
hands, also to Interferences, appeals. reisMici. j
trade-marVes. the preparation of opinion as to ;
Intrlncement, scope and ralidity of patents,
and the prosecution and defense of suit for in
fringement. Limttinir our practice enables ns to
carefully study each case and ret claims In the
orictnal patent as broad as the Inrcot dr. This
is now especially Important In rirw of the dif
ficulty in obtatutnit a reissue of a defective pat
ent and of maintains it in the courts after It Is
obtained. The employment of competent attor
neys is IMPORTANT.
Upon receipt of model, sketch, or phonno
crahb. we rive onr opinion as to patentability
tree of charge. It favorable the Inventor is
advised as to cost of proceeding, etc. Our fees
are always resonable. We refer to all ex
commissioners of patents during the past quar
ter of a century and lo clients in all part a of the
country, of whom names in your State will be
siren upon request. Our book of instructions,
terms, etc.. sent free.
Equitable Building-, 1003 F St.,
Washington, D. C.
VSend three stamps for postage on hand,
some Illustrated booklet. "Inventive Progress."
and our tropical qunrto centennial phomplet
fur inventors, manufacturers, and patentees.
Issued in our twenty-tilth ycir of practice.
Cream Baking Powder
Is The Best.
FINE TEAS AND COFFEES.
C. W. WO ITERS.
medford Business college. &
A First Class COMMERCIAL School for both LADIES and GEN
TLEMEN. All Branches Thoroughly Taught. PORTRAIT PAINT
ING and GREEK and LATIN Taught. EDUCATE Boys and GIRLS
for Business. You Can Begin at any Time. Day and Evening Clashes.
For Terms Apply to RIGBY & HART,
HOWARD'S BLOCK, Medford, Oregon
W. L VAWTER.
Jackson County Bank.
CAPITAL, - $50,000
Loan money on approved security, receive deoosits subject to check,
and transact a general banking business on th most favorable terras.
fc-Your Business Solicited.
Corbin Banking Co., N Y. Pacific Bank, San Francisco.
Commercial National. Portland. Ladd & Bush, Salem.
J. S. HOWARD.
Dry Goods. Boots I Shoes, Groceries,
The best goods at the lowest prices
GOODS DELIVERED FREE TO
t GEHTRRL i
Harris & Pnriin Preprietors. Terms: $1 S1.5G ztt $2
First-class in Every Particular.
pecial attention paid to Commercial Travelers.
ROGUE RIVER LUMBER COMPANY.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Lite, Lai Slgles, Pitt,
ADKINS & WEBB,
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE.
Stoves, Tin and Willow Ware.
Gycone and Hoosier Pumps.
D. H. MILLER,
X and Fine
Warranted CuUory, Carpenters and Builders
Redjacket Force Purop, for deep
O. W. HOWARD.
J. E. ENYART,
ALL PARTS O:
bears a guarantee.
Tools. Fishing Tackle, Ammunition, Etc. Etc
or ehollow wellsr Tl Qhep Attached
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
toad OfBae at noa.horg, Ora.. reb. fc ta.
NoUee is hereby (ircj that tke following
named settler has flled notice of bis intention
to make anal proof in support of bis claim, and
that said proof will be made before the judga,
or clerk of tho county court, of Jackson county
Oregon, at Jacksonville, Or., on Saturday,
April V, 18U2. yiz: Homestead entry No. of
James (3. Edgerton, for the nwt of oe, sVt
of ne!4 and nwVj of se of sec 1. tp 34 s. r 1 e.
He numeH the following witinesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cuilivitUoa
of. said land, viz:
Fort Hubbard. Jr.. Henry A. Sutton, and
William A Taggart. of Leeds. Jach.sou Co- Ore
gon, and A. J. Meeker, of Big Uutte. Jackson
Co., Oregon. 9-U JOBS H. SHUPE, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land OSce at Roseburg, Ore.. Feb. as. t.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler baf tiled notice of his intention "
to make final proof In support bis claim, and
that said brocf wiil be made before the Judge
or County Clerk of Jackson couuty. Oregon, at
jacKsnnvuie. Oregon, on aiuruay. Apru v. taw,
viz: Homestead cutry No. of John E. Olson,
for the bw h of see 3J. tp "A s. r s w.
. Ke awr, the Micuii.a "iLi.4:..eP tr prove
his con: ir.uuijs rci!: it. u-on sr.a cultivation
'. said iiiid. -;z: ; V.'. Sr.i'i'h. J'hE E. Poittr.
I. Karris, of ite(.-:;, Jr;..i-u.-i c cn:y. Oreeon;
J U. Jtcdyrr. ol Sum Vasley. Jek:n evasty,
Cf'-jo.-.. i 14 Johx ;i. Si;cs e. Jtsgister.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Liid OS-.ee &t R.-,'-burp. Or.
April 4. U2i
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler ba flled notice of bis intcntioc
to make final pro f m support of his claim and
that said proof will be made before the judge cr
clerk of the counTy court of Jackson county Or
egon at Jacksonville Oregon on Friday, May 20.
1&2. viz: Pre emption I. S. No. 'oua of John J.
Watts, for the V s cf N W of Sec 27. and E!4
of of Sec S8. Tp 323. R 3e.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land viz:
Luther (i. porter. John S. Brown. Perry EUis
and Ceorge Clements 11 of Prospect, Jaokson
- To E. L.Deuel.pre-einption claimant under D.
S. No. 6?-Vl. you arc hereby summoned to aprefir
and show cause, if uuy. wky l id f nrl proof
should not be accepteo.
14-19 Johs H. Sbupc, Register.
In the County Ccurt of Jackson County. State
of Orrron. 2 a tne matter of the Estate
of Samuel Earriart. Deceased:
Notice l hereby given that on fcletenth
day of March. A. V. It&e. the undet-sijreed tos
by the County Court of Jackson Cou-ity. State
of Oregon, dnly appointed Administratrix of
the estate of Samuel Earhart. late of aid
county, deceased : and all person hurinrLaims
ajrainst fcaid estate are hereby required to pre
sent the same, with proper vouchers, with in six
month from the date of this notice, to the nn
denntrned Administratrix of akl estate, at her
residence, one half mile south of Medford, in
Uaied at Meuford. urepoo. tn isut oayoi
March. A. D. iwi. ETTA EAKHAKT.
Adminiftratrix of the estate of Saxnnel Ear-
hart. Deceased. c
Having bougbt out Frank Galloway
is now prepared to 11 all orders
The Cheapest and Best Picket Fence
made. Correspondence Solicited. Ad
dress all orders to
Medford, - - Oregon.
Grf ELASTIC FELT costs
oc!yS00er ! i-Tsrv fe'. Hikjs a f vnt
root tor yecr. anc atrroce can nr. :
stairp Ivr wrl f a ! irr-.-cLars."
LOCAL A'.JiXiS TTAXTED.
Bheomatism. en ralia. Conys
HEADACHE, and ALL PAIN.
Tfc. Csliferaia ?ositiv. and S-gstiT.
ELECTRIC COUGH CUBS
CUKES GOLDS. CaOUP, COS STTKPTIOT.
Sold by sQ DrarXHts. Bach SSe, Uc $1.
OraaaUigsr a Prop's. Lea Asgsl .CI
Wisdom's Robert ine.
Is a strictly hygenic preparation.
While it beautifies and preserves
the complexion it renvives all
blotches, pimples, sun, windnv-
freckles and all blemishes and im
purities of the skin" of whatever na
ture. It is used by the recherche
of society and the stage and bears
the highest endorsements from
chemists, j.hysicians and artists
ever given to any preparation -f its
kind. Sold only by drugists.
They Say It Contains So Poson.
The celebrated chemists, whose
opinions are above the price f gold.
tell wnat tcer know.
Sax Fraxi tsco, June S, 1S$9.
Dkar Sir: We have made an ex
haustive chemical analysis of "Wis
dom's Robert ine," obtained by us in thm
open market, and find it to be free frcra
all poisonous or deleterious ingredients,
constituting- a harmless preparation for
tne lace. ours truiv.
TnoxAS Price & Sox.
To Messrs. VT. M. Wisdom & Co
Are Yon Snfferinf.
From back ache, inflamatiea of the
bladder, brick dust deposit or stone in
tne Diaacier. or in fact any derange
ments of the kidneys or urinary or
iraus? If thus afflicted do not kxiese'time.
and waste money on worthless lini
ments and worse plasters, but strike at
the seat of the disease at once by using
the greatest of all known remedies,
the celebrated Oreeon Kidney Tea
Pleasant to take, purely vegetable
Satisfaction every time.
One Dollar Weekly
Buys a good Gold Watch by our Club
System. Our 14-karat gold-filled cases
are warranted for SOysars. Fine fclfin
or Waltham movement. Stem wind
and set. Lady's or Gf nt's size. Ecual
to any $50 watch. To secure agents
where we have rtoo?, we sell one cf tha
Hunting Case Watches for the Club
prica $2S and send C O. D. by express
with privilege of examination before
paying for same.
Our agent at Durham. N. C, writes:
"Our jewelers have confessed they dont know
how you can furnish such work for the Money.
Our agent at Heath Springs, S: C. says:
"'Your watches take at sisbt The gentleman
who got the last waleh said that he examined
and priced a jeweler's watches in Laseaster,
that were no better than yours, but the price
Our agent at Pennington. Tex . writes:
"Am in receipt of the watch, and am pleased
without measure. All who have seen it say it
would be cheay at Sift"
One good reliable Agent wanted for
each place. Write for particulars.
Empire Watch Co., New York.