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I'llYHK'IAN AND BUIIUKON.
(JOLVIQ A KICAME8,
W.M. Colvlu A. K. Ituamcs'
Orlh lllook. Jacksonville, Oregon.
Will pruulioi) In nil tha irnurln al llio .Ut.
Careful oouimol given In nil manors.
J, A. PALMER,
AKOIIlTWrr AND HUl'KKINTKNUKNT
Offlwi Id AdUln.-DouoI blk. Modlord, Oro.
ler.MH)tlvo Arewlnsa and spnelnoellon furn
I. run) uu ll kind, ut modern bulldlun. Own
er'e liiluroul oou.lilored yerauiouul.
J, 8. HOWARD,
HUnV.KYOIt AND CIVIL KN0INKK1C
U. B. Doputy Mineral Hurruror (or tlio BUilo
of Orasou. .Vsiomoc addrona:
VM, 8. CROWELL,
ATTOUNBV AT LAW.
ATTORN KY AT LAW.
Hamlin lllook. Mtillord. Ort.
AMMOND St VAWTER,
Auatln S. Hammond. Wai. I. V.wtor.
ATTOUNKVH AT LAW
Utnce-I.O. O. K. bulldluf , McrtTojd, Of
I'HYHICIAN AND MUHOHON,
Office III Chlld.r.' lllock, Medford, Ol
(JEARY dc PICKEL.
rilYSICIANS AND BUHOKONt),
Offlr hours-lOlo II a. m, and 310 4 p.m.
Buailaya- Mlo I.
. ' Mtnlloiit, Or
OBcet HMkln lllock.
Chas. Perdue . . '.
Practical Gi and
Bicycles ripaired on short
notice at living prices....
Shop in J. A. Whitman's
No. 1 quality ot time from tho
' well known Kanos crook quarry
CHEAP FOR CA8H
Wo aro now rondy to supply
Medford nnd nil towns on tlio
railroad. Write for terms to
Carpenter & Allison,
GOLD HILL, OUE.
g; F. Merriman
AIiD HORSE SHOER
Prices reasonable and
Special attention given
to plow work
a Branch ...
Of Blaoksmilbing that I
do not fully understand.
and' my priocB will not
oripplo your purse, nor will
the shoos t sot oripplo your
horaos. I do all kinds of
wagon and carriage work..
J. R. WILSON ...
All work-atriotly flrst-olniBs '
and my .prices are tho low
est in tho city..., .
Shop, on.. Seventh street, op
' posite Union Liyery Stablos.
TTThero 1 always much eatiafaotion in knowing
"1 that you have the best article of the kind
that can be bad. Some people have an idea
that more is axked for Bridge-Reach stoves and
ranges than for others, but, although they possess
advantages not to be found in others, no more is
asked for them than for other first-class goods of
We carry a complete line of Hridge-Beaoh
cook and heating stoves, as well as hardware and
J. BEEK & CO...
$l to $a PER DAY
Tho Nnah la one of tho moat populur hotels In Southern
Oregon, and no pnlns are spared fur the comfort and
accommodation of guests. Everything about tho house
Free Sample Rooms
TUB HOTEL BAR la
ctra urunas ui wines,
Having tfai Forty Years Experience ...
Furniture ana unaertakiag
gnrry. Hualness It Is with pleasure that we occupy this space in Inform-
Gupr lag the poonlu of Jackson county that we aro now fully equipped
Xyr to supply all artloloa needed In the two above mentioned lines.
. Wo manufacturer snporlor work in store, hotel and office fixtures.
PARKER & HICGIN8. Proo'iS
Confectionery, Cigars Tobacco
ruoPRsoF MEDFORD SODA WORKS
We Carry None But Flrat-ClaM OikkU
' vmnvnpn OREGON
That I havo tho largost and best selected stock of furniture,
carpets, wall paper and window shades to bo found In South
ern Oregon .
Escape Your Attention....
If you are a prospective
tho hlgost in grade and
in connection .....
FRANKy. WAIT IgS:
... STONE YARD
Gonoral oontraoltng In all linos of stono work.
a Specialty ...
AU.klnds of marblo nnd grnnlto monuments
ordored dlrcot from tho quary...
Ynrrt on Q Btroct
Uoininurlolul Hotol lllook
& fit V5T
Ereorirtions Carefully Compounded.
'"" Mri Btroat; ' " Medford Oregon.
"STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS ...
qqmhkkcial ww ..
always supplied with the very
liquors ana cigars ....
Salesrooms at Medford, Oregon
Factory at Phoenix, Oregon ,
purchaser you will And my goods
the lowost in price, o Undertaking
I. -A.. WEBB
Ot. II. 1IASKINS,
Ha ANYTHING IN THI LINK Of 1 w
Puro Drugs, Ptttout Medlclues. Books,
PAINTS no OILS,
Tobaccoos.Clmrii.Perftimory, Toilet ArtlclOB nd
luveryiiuui: tnai im vurricu iu u arm
lait UKUU B1VRH
NEWS OF THE WORLD.
MENfiy aconac dies suddenly in
NSW YORK CITY.
Maaafcal BlaatM eaaaaaa4 la
Cab-aT.a M.a F.rUK ! a
mm tin A rta4 atlIU Hi. Tm.
Dc (iuitrty Huntar of Ksntucky baa
accepted tha cousulorsblp to Oua te
lliuraday Morambsr 25th has been
dssigaaUd by President McKisley as
The 29th aaaitai meeting of the
anny or the Teaaassee eoaveneaai
Milwaukee last week. OsV
The Dachees ef Teck, ceusin of
Queeu Victoria, died suddealy at Eich-
noad, Englaad, last week.
Hie second trial t Aaolpli Laetf ert,
tke i laillianalr wife murderer of
Chicago, will coBjmeaea Monday, Nor.
Tko revolution In Ouatcatala Is re
ported to be at an end, Preeideat Bar
rio kariag driven his eaenies out ef
The United Htates warship Yaatlc
collided with aad badly damaged the
the coasting steamer La Canadleaae,
The white stone building of the
Wabash railroad com Dan y at EL levin
was gutted br Ire a few days ago.
The lots reagbes 1590,000.
President McXinlev has appelated
Oeuoral James Lengstreet of Georgia
to be commissioner of railroads, vice
Wade tiaatpton, resigned.
The eettaa operatives of the North
of England are threatening to strike
aialnst a redaetiea of wages. The
strike will afftet lto.OOO workers.
There la a aaeveaseat on foot to con'
aolidats all tbe wire saaaufactories of
tha United States. Plerpont Morgan is
said to be at the head of the sebemo.
Those eoaoeraed ia tha attempt to
aecuro Mrs. Florence Maybriok bar
liberty from an Lngliab prison, claim
that shs will be at liberty in two
The will of the lata Oeorgo M. Pull
maa has been filed for probata at
Chicago. The estate Is valued at 7,-
600, MM. tko bulk of which gee to the
A sea aad heir has bora to farmer
President Clevelaad ia Priaooton, V,
J., Tharsday. The voaaetar weighed
IS pounds. Mr. Cleveland says bis
happiness ia bow complete.
, Walter R. Houghton, a postal clerk
running from Cheyeaae to Ogdea, is
uader arrest at the former place charg
ed with stealing a registered package
cnatalaiag $14,000. Houghton has
Adolph Johnson, a 19-year-old boy,
whila digging fish bait on Beaver
island, Clinton, Ia., unearthed a box
contalaiag $50,000 in gold and paper
money. No oae knows to whom the
A medal of honor has been presented
to Mejor-Genaral Daniel E. Stickles,
United States army, retired, far most
distinguished gallantry while in com
mand of the Third army corps at
Gettysburg. Pa., July f. 186S.
In a freight traia collision on the
Great Northern railroad near Ilins
dale, Mont, Engineer Henry Neale
was crushed to death under his engine,
Fireman Gartner was also killed, En
gineer John nayneld was probably
fatally injured aad two other men
each had a leg broken.
The grand jury of Wilkesbarre, Pa.
has returned true bills against Sheriff
Martin and bis deputies for the shoot'
ing of striking1 misers at Lattimer.
The bills include 19 souata for murder
one for each man' Killed aad one for
tho victims ' considered collectively,
Thirty-six true bills were found ia the
same way for felonious wounding.
The officials of the New York Central
railroad made a careful examination
of the disastrous Wreck on the read
near Garrison, last week, and state
that the disaster was caused by dyna
mite, placed there by robbers to wreck
and rob the express car, which was
carrying $400,000 worth of coin and
jewelry. , The robbers secured none of
valuables. Twenty persons lost their
lives by the wreck.
Rev. Charlos O. Brown, who figured
so prominently in a Ban Francisco
church scandal sometime' ago, still
stands suspended' from the ministry.
lie appealed his case to the mutual
council of the Congregational church
and the matter came up for hearing
last week at Chicago. The Bay con'
fersnce was declared to have been jus
lined in suspending Dr. Brown, At
the same time the flailing of the couiv
ell vindicates him of the original
sorlous charge, ana urges that the con'
fere'hee and the minister strive to d
iust their differences,, Brown will cou
tlaue as pastor of the Chicago church
lie now has charge or.
Henry George, candidate of the
.Thomas JsnTersoa Democracy for may
or of Oreater New York, died at 4:10
o'clock Friday morning at tho Ualoa
soUWP hotel, JUer. York.' of orobrl
apolexy. Tlio sudden' end was totally
uaexpeeted. The eight previous to bis 1
death Mr. Oeorge made some vigorous
campaign speeches, and when he
reached k Is rooms complained of feel
tired. He soon lapsed into unconscious
ness and passed qaiotly away, without
pain or murmur. The diseased was at
one time quit prominent in California,
where bo married and hie children
were born. He was oagagad at times
writing ' for various San Vrancisoo
papers. Henry Oeorge . Jr. has been
nominated to take kis father's place on
tbs ticket and has accepted the posi
China has at last beeo successful In
her eoWta to borrow $00,000,000.
John Sartain, the eminent artist and
engraver of Philadelphia, Is dsad.
A wsU-dotned. but vary mild rase
ef rollow fovor kins appeared in Cin
cinnati The World's convention of tho Wom
an's Christian Tomperaace union is be
ing bold la Toronto. .
President MeKialey has appointed
lobn H, Halt, United Statea attorney
for tko district of Oregon.
TfaatporMoa of the Fort Randall
reeerratfoa tyiag In South Dakota has
keen thrown opca for settlement
Chicago officers aro 3ooking up a law
whereby they hope to bo able to corn-
pell the dlseoatiauanos of large depart
Rear-Admiral Matthews, chief of the
bureau of yards and docks, recom
mends' that a concrete dry dock be
buUt at H.are island. Oal.
Expeditions left Epitzenberg, Nor
way, Moadap, ia starch for Professor
Aadree, who started for the north pole
m a baloon some tteaths ago.
A report tars that there is some sub
dued silk In Mftgfeo city to the effect
that yonag Captala Bias will succeed
his father atpreeidsBtof Mexico.
Cindad lubes, Jtst across the Rio
Grande from SI Paso, Teg., is to have
a smelting plant, tko neceisary oapital,
145S, 000, having all been subscribed.
Counterfeit silver dollars have been
discovered ia 84. Louts of greater
weight aadllsMaoso.ttian those turaed
ont from tho United States mints. ZZi
Wiilism S. Ids, a Columbus, 0.,
banker, was shot and killed by John
Smith. Smith claims that Ide owed
him $1700 for wages and refused to
pay hint. . . , ... ,.
Marshal! Blanco, the new Spanish
captain-general for Cuba, has arrived
at Havana, and Welyer has turned
over his command to him. General
Weyler immediately sailed for Spain.
Fire-broke out in the main gangway
of the Deleware and Hudson com
pany's Van Starch mine, at Scranton,
Pa. Flames and smoke ent off the
escape ef seven men and they perished
in the mine.
Tho Kationai Business League has
seat a letter to President Mckinley
requesting him in his message to con
gress to oall attention to tho matter of
tho establishment of a department of
the government to be called the De
partment of Commerce and Industry."
A Chilean steamship company will
in January begin to ruu its vessels to
Ocoe, Guatemala, and six months later
extend the line to San Francisco. The
new line will greatly reduce freight
rates to Peru and Chili, and coast mer
chants will be greatly benefited by the
Peter and Harry Braun, grocers of
Aurora, III., were held'up by footpads
en a recent nighL Harry rah away.
Pater attacked one robber, who shot
and killed. The shooter saw a man
sneaking toward him and he fired,
tiling him instantly. The second
dead man proved to be the murderer's
Fred C Sanchez, 21 years old, shot
and killed his bride of six months in a
hotel at Denver, Col. He claims the
shooting was accidental, but several
circumstances, one of the most prom
inent being that he recently had his
wife's life insured for $11,000, led the
police to believe that he murdered her.
September 30th a heavy rainstorm
swept all over Japan and did terrible
havoc. ' The latest official reports from
Japan state that In the Alichi prefec
ture there were 42 villages, altogether
coataining 10,000 houses, submerged,
while 66,100 peasants are at present
dependent on the rations Issued by the
government, many persons nave been
' Reports from the Snake river, Col.,
are to the effect that the Ute Indians
have met Game Warden Wilcox and
his party in a pitched battle and sev
eral men are said the have been killed
and wounded on each side. The In'
dians were pouring over the Colorado
line on their ' annual hunt and the
game warden went to Inform them that
the laws must be respected. . Tha reds
refused to listen and finally fired upon
tho 'party.- Troops, have asked fer.
The Indians number several hundred
aro in .a very ugly mood.
Governor Rogers of Washington has
appointed Judge J: r. ildyt of Seattle
to snoeeea jonn v. ay as state uni
versity regent. v , ,
George D. Meiktejolin, .assistant sac-
rotary of war) is on Puget Sound. 00 his
tour of Inspection of western army
TRAGEDY AT REDWOOD CITY.'
Am Karas'4 fan ".hoots HI. Patker ta '
Death and Wonada OflUera.
Patrick Flanaelly, a wealthy ant !'
respected citizen of Redwood elty,
Cel., was shot and killed by, his son
Thomas, and In trying to arrest tho
assassin Sheriff. McEvoy received - a '
wound, that cansed his death. .-The
tragedy was the outcome of a family ,
quarrel. The father established tho
ion In the dairy business, and the
young insn built up a big trade andV'
took a partner to help him attend to 1L '
The partner was distasteful to the old- (.
er jhannelly, and ao ordered Thomas' ' J'
to dissolve tho partnership, which hovf '
would not do. Finally tbe matter"
grow to a serious quarrel, and wound '
up by the young man being ordered toj
leave tho ranch, which belong to taw
old gsntleman. ' Thomas took " tho r '
matter to heart, and co'mmeaco4 drink-
ing. Ho called to ss his fatfasr at '
Rod wood elty. . Tho old man, was la -
bed when ho arrived. . They had senjo 1 -kot
words and Thomas suddenly drew
a revolver and fired three bullets into '
kis father's head, killing him instantly.
Ha then mounted a horse nnd letasa- . .
od to the farm and went to bed. Sher
iff McEvoy and . Under Sheriff. Manal
field went to arrest him. He. wpui
not aamw mem 10 nut room, in who a
they forced an entrance fired' at thorn
with a rifle. . Tho officers returned tho
fire. Twenty-four shots were exchang
ed, when the murderer fell baok badly
wounded. Sheriff McEvory was (hot
in the arm and blood-poisoniag'set in
aad caused his death. Mansfield was
wounded but only slightly. A mob
gathered about tha Redwood city Jail
intending to lynch Flannolly, but by a
clever ruse tho officers got their pris
oner out aad away to San Jose, where
ho is now imprisoned nursing kin
wounds. '"'V4V' "
- The chief of police of Oakland, Cat,
has Issued orders to his men to arrest
store-keepers permitting a nickel-in-the
slot machine to bo operated on -their,
premises. , ,
A bomb was thrown throngh the
window of J. J. Sanders' houae, ten
miles from Chico, CaL Three men !
sleeping in the house at the time
escaped injury, but the building wreck- '
A colony of 17 families, comprising
about 160 persons, has settled near
Wellington, Net., on- a tract- of 6000 . - ,
acres of farmingjland. Tho colonists ' J-
are from Tulare and Contra Costa '.
. The supervisors of San Francisco era -'.
considering the advisability of raising '"
liquor licenses from $34 to $600 a year,
in order to avert deficiency in ita funda
with which it is confronted by reason, '
of its insufficient tax levy.
The movement of the San Francisco- - . ,
merchants to establish an independent '
line of steamers to coast ports, is meet
ing with more success than anticipated ..
by the originators. -There is but little '
doubt that the line will be established.
The San Francisco board of health ,
reported that five of the eity's public
sehools wore unfit for occupancy. 81neo '
the report was made there has been a -,
falling off of several hundred pupils of ,
Sunder morning a fire broke out In
one of tbe leadiug businegs blocks of
Healdsburg, Cal. Before the fire de
partment could get the flames under ,
control several business houses were
destroyed, causing a loss of $50,000.
Charles F. 8murr, freight traffic man-
agar of tho Southern Pacific compaaV
died Sunday afternoon, at Sao Franoia- ' v
co, after an Illness of 11 weeks, and
following a surgical operation perform
ed to aire relief from disease of .the
afastoML eeKs. . .;v
.. the Sacramento (CaL) police hava , ,
arrested James Woods, a member of
tko fire department, on' a charge of in
cendiarism. 1 A' great many mysterious . -fires
have occurred at Sacramento re-
ceAtly and tho police, claim that they., ,
have strong evidence to prove that
Woods caused them.
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