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MEDFORD, JACKSON COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 26, 1897. NO, 47.
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OI'BHATIVK 1IKNTIHTHV A SI'KIJIAtTY.
Tenth uilraulixl without pain.
OKloMlii MIUIui. lljiol block, Mcdfurd, Ora.
V. H. J0N1CS,
IMIVKIUAN A.NO 8UKUMON.
(jt)LVKI A H1UMJC8,
W. M. CiilvlK A. K. Itiminrs
Orlb llliH'k. Jaokmmrllln.Otnaun.
Will priti lli'n III all ttio oouru ol Ilia .Isl.
Oarttlul counMil lvcu lu all lualltira.
J A. PALMKK,
, AltdlUTKtrr AND HUl'KltlNTHSUKNT
um oo Id Adklti-Iouel blk. MtKllord, Oro.
t'ornpriulvoftritwinirii and ipirlf1ri.(loni furn
Inhml on till kliitlH ut uuMvrn build. htfi. Own
r'n lute mm outmlilortHl tmrniuouiil.
J, S. HOWAUD,
HDIIVKYOH AND CIVIL KNlllNKKIl.
U. R. OanuljT Hlnrral Hunroror lor tho Btmo
ol Orogoa. I'oatulDoc eddrou:
ATTOKNKV AT LAW.
ATTOMNKY AT LAW,
Hamllo lllock. Medlord. Ore.
tIJAMMOND A VAWTER,
Austin S. Ilaaamoml. Win. I. V.wter.
ATTOKHKVM AT LAW
CJc-I.O. O. H. Inilldlnc. Mclfoid.Oi
PHValUIAN AND HUHOKON,
Ora In Chllder.' Slock, Medford.Oi
QEARY & FICKF.L.
PHYSICIANS AND SUUUKO.NB, .
t OfltM hnura-lOlo I a. m. aud 2 to 4 p. m,
H MunilavftUli, 1.
Oraeat UMkln lllock,
Chas. Perdue . .
Practical 61 ami
fticycloa ripaired on short
notice at living prices....
Shop in J. A. Whitman's
No. 1 quality ol lime from tho
well Known H.anosoreok quarry
CHEAP FOR CA8H
Wo are now roady to supply
Modtord and all towns on tho
railroad. Write (or torms to
Carpenter & Allison,
. GOLD HILL, ORE.
AND HORSE SHOER
Prices reasonable and
Special attention given
to plow work .....
Market St. Ferry, S. F., Cat.
roldlngltookorslftHk for nlroulnr) 10, 12
Yukon Folding Stoves (iiowj.IU.ini, 7.ftO
Yukon Uamn StovoH, uost. . .
Largo Fur Stooping Ulutikots
Evaporntod notatoos. wnrrantcd.totlie
trade. Canned fruits and meats of best
Jiuallty, Heavy woaring npnarol. pend
or pamphlet on tho Klondyto free.
Wu have rncoivod an extra supply of
Silver I'latod Ware and Carving Sots for
thin special ocension, and will furniHh you
with tho host grades of everything in these
linos at lowest prices. Try our "Gold
Dust" hand-loaded shells. They paralyse
tho game and are pleasant to use...
J. BBEK & CO...
$1 to $J VtlH. DAY
The Naah la one of tho most popular holols In Southern
Orogon, and no palna are epnrod for tho comfort and
auoominodution of guonta. Kvorythln about the bouao
Free Sample Rooms
THE HOTEL BAR la
uutt Uranus ui wi;toat
0 nion Lihepy Stables. . .
COMPTON & TERRILL, Prop rs
Having latoly purohaacd this ppular stablo we are now pre
pared to furnish first-class rigs and safo and fast driving
horses at reasonable rates. Horses boarded
Commercial . Travelers . Rigs , a . Specialty
J. C. WHIPP, Propri
Does General Contracting in all lines, i-----
GRANITE AND MARBLE WORKS.
CBMETERY WORK A SPBCIABTY
That I have the largest and best selected "stock of furniture,
carpets, wall paper and window shades to be found in South
ern Oregon ....
Escape Your Attention.
If you are a prospective
uo uiguav in growo ana
In connection .,
FRANK W. WAIT
... STONE YARD
Gonoral contraotlng In all linos of stono work.
a Specialty ...
Airktnds 'of marblo and granite monuments
ordorcd dtroot from tho quary...
Van) on O atrect
Oommorlolal Motol Dlook .
1 Maia BtTMt
I. L. HAniLTON
... PNOPHICTOft ...
'STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS ...
gpa coMMBitciAt, mew ...
always supplied with tho very
uquora ana cigars ....
- - Oregon.
LET THE FACT"
purohasor you will find my goods
hid iowosi in price, o unaoriaking
I. A.. WEBB
G. H. HASKINS, l'rop'r.
H. ftNVTHIN. IN TMC UN. OP i -
Pure Dtuga, ratout Medicines, Books,
PAINTS no OILS,
Tobaccooa,OInira,Perliinory, Toilet Articles and
rJverytiiiuK tnm i. oairit-u lu a arai
waa ukuu BiVKa
Carefully ":" Oprapounded.
NEWS OF THE WORLD.
A BIQ FIRE IN LONDON CAU8M A
LOSS OF MILLION.
mmm Traspa Oeenpf caaaiaaa I'm.
altflara far M.il..'. CaaalkU lalaa.
llaar4 la Nabraaka. :' ;
The leKialaturs of New York I R
publican br 11 majority.
Oenaral Albert Ordway of Washing'
ton died in New York Sunday, after a
short lllnosa. i,
A DkIiI occurred at Bayou Lacombe,
La., over a family feud, between
Arthur and E J ward Julie and Lawrenc
and Kdward Ceuains, and alt concern'
ed were killed.
C'abel 11. Johnaon, a veteran mining
man of the l'auilic coajit, died at Den
ver, Cel., Sunday.
The Luetgurt murder case started on
a aecond trial Monday morning at
Two casus of yellow fever have
broken out at Fort Uarrancat, Ha.
lioth the vlctima wore soldiers, one of
The Laslcy family, which started
from Port Angeles, Wash., in Marsh,
181H, in a prairie schooner for New
York city, reached their destination
Tests of sugar beets grown in South
Dakota proves the beet to be of excel'
Affairs between Chile and Para are
so strained that war is liable to break
out any time.
James Barker and Elmer Fruit,
young men of Bethany, Mo., were
burned to a crisp in a fire that destroy
td a livery barn at their borne.
During the wedding feast at the
marriage of Isaac Goldatien and Katie
Silverstien in New York, Charles
Echapiro, a rejected suitor of the girl,
shot and killed L. Lieberman, one of
Patrick Convoy crawled into an oven
of the New Jersey Steel and Iron
eompaay's shop at Trenton, and went
to sleep. Tbe watchman built a
fire nader the oven and before
Convoy awoke and could be rescued be
was badly burned. . . ,
Twenty-eight of the SO Austrian Im
migrants recently brought to this
country under contract to work in the
stave camps of Tennessee and Missis
sippi have been arrested at Memphis.
The grand jury at Jefferson city, Mo.,
has been ordered to investigate the
charges of corruption and bribery made
against the lobbyists who were there
during tbe session last winter.
The expedition sent by the Mexican
government to Tiburon island to in
vestigat the murder of Captain Porter
and Sailor Johnson has returned to
Mexico, and brings confirmation of the
assacre; '' "' ' .
A serious bliziard raged over West
ern Nebraska last week and reported
to be oae ef tbe severestlstorms in the
history of the country. .The loos of
sheep and cattle la enormous. . , . ,
A fire broke oat at Melbourne, A us
tralia, Sunday morning and destroyed
(5,000,000 worth ofCproparty. , ' The
burned section included many of the
largest business houses in the city,
A revolt among the Soudanese troops
in Major McDonald's expedition ia the
Lake country, East Africa, resulted in
a fierce fight Sn which four English
officers and 15 moo : perished, lu The
mutineers wore finally repulsed, after
losing 100 men killed and wounded..
The war on India's frontier is causing
England a great deal or trouble. , Vic
tories won by natives in battle have
encouraged many other tribes to join
the rebellion. " 1 j
. The 'expedition sent tol search for
some trace of Andres, the aeronaut.
has returned to Spitsenbcrgen, Nor
way, without a particle of success.
The military expedition1 sent by the
Mexican government to Tiburon
island to bring the Seri Indians under
complete submission has reached tho
island and found that all the Indians
bad abondohed thoir homes and taken
refuge ' in, the almost' impenetrable
mountains.' A military post will be
established there.' ;'. j- . . . ,
Military moniimonts were dedicated
Orchard Knob, Pa., Monday.
Dr. Thomas W. Evans, the famous
American dentist, who facilitated the
flight of x-mpress Eugenie , from
Paris in 1870, died suddonly, in Paris,
Cecil Robinson, 14 years old, of Ind
ianoplis, shot and killed his 17-year-
slster, Mattie, while playing with a
pistol that Ho thought was unloaded
J. F. Herrmsn, for years a prominent
attorney of Olatlie, Ktis., while in' jail
for obtnining money under raise pre
tences, killed hlmsolf by. taking car
hollo aoid. ' . ' ;
. A flroMn tho wliolesalo district of
London, Eng., Friday, destroyed prop-,
orty to tho extent of 5,000,000, Tho
burned saullon is known as. the' Man
chaster district. Tho streets are very
narrow, having boon laid out just after
the great fire of 1668. Fully 150 great
wholesale houses, 300 Important firms
and ' hundreds of mjusr oues were
burned out The historical Church
of St. Giles,' whleh was built In 1545,
was badly damaged. The narrowB.ee
of the streets made it impossible for
tne are aspsrtmeat.to be of any ser-
vice. ' , , . .
The Wyoming snprsma court has
rendered a decision that foreign born
titisens must be able to read the con
stitution in the English language in
order to vote. i . i , .
A strike of the brotherhood of electri
cal workers is threatened in New York.
The electrical workers demand an in
crease of wages. The demand has been
A flro is burning in the Smuggler
mine, at Aspen, CoL, that may last for
Boydell Brothers' paint factory in
Detroit was gutted by fire recently.
Mrs. Maud Booth of the American
volunteers has been ordained a minis
' An Increase of 10 per cent In tbe
wages has beea announced in tne
Jersey woolen mill at Fall Biver, Mass.
The end of all interference with rail
road traffie by yellow fever restrictions
in Florida has practically been
Immigration Inspector Baldwin of
Mississippi hast arrested 19 others of
the party ef 'Austrian stave-cutters,
brought to the country under contract.
Ex-Uaited States Senator Fefier has
sold bis paper, the Topeka Advocate,
to T. .W. Harrison, ex-mayor ol
Topeka. : .
A reduction of wages ranging
from 10 to 25 per cent been announced
at the Winchell Shoe factory at Haver
hill, Mass. '
The - Leather Belt Manufacturers'
association met recently in New York
and ordered an advance of 25 per cent
in the price of belting.
Tbe suprsme eonrt'of New Jersey
has denied . tho application for a
recount of the votes of the anti-gam bl
ing amendment tothe state constitu
A big gold strike has been made in
the Enterprise gold mine at El Dorado,
CoL Good judges of high grade ore say
that the ore will not run less than 1U,-
000 per ton.
Robert Robvn, ex-cashier of the
Manufacturers' national bank of Pitts
burg, recently indicted on a charge of
making a false statement to the con'
trailer, has been arrested. a
The executive . committee of the
United States Manufacturing Potters'
association has decided to increase
the selling price of American earthen
Charles Kuharicb, secretary of the
Croatian Colonisation company of iew
York city, is now in Denver. He rep
resents about 4000 families that ore
now ready for western immigration.
George M. Hughes of Anadarko. I.
T., has arrived in Wichita on a trip.to
secure 20,000 colonists for the Wichita
country, who will, by force of numbers,
compel congress to open the country to
Congressman M. H. Jackson of North
Dakota declares that the sealing aeita'
tion is a mere ruse to permit a small
select party to- prey on tbe treasury;
that the destruction of the seal herds
is ; to , be ardently desired on the
grounds of the highest public good.
, President McKinley hss signed the
universal postal law treaty, which goes
into effect January 1st, 1890.
The war department has awarded to
C L McDonald of Pittsburg the con
tract for building six locks on the
Monongahela river for $600,000. , .
Secretary Alger has issued an order
for the retirement of Lieutenant-Col
onel W. E. Waters, deputy surgeon
general, under the 30 years service
act ; ; -,: i i , . .. , ,
: It has been determined to appeal to
the public at large for subscriptions to
a memorial for Henry George. Men of
national renown have taken bold of
the movement . -,,
The National Grange session at Pitts
burg, Pa:, lost week elected- as officers
for 1808: .Master, Maron Jones, Indiana
overseer, O. H. Hule, New York; lec
turer, Alpha Messer, Vermont. :
George Seagraves, proprietor of. a
restaurant at St Louis, Mo., reproved
his two grown sons ' for ' some trivial
offiense, which angered them, and they
made a murderous assault on him. The
father's skull is fractured and he can
not. live. ., , ; ., , j ... , y., V" ,.' .
The Midvalo Steel works of Pennsyl
vania have been ' working night and
day for two months upon a hurried
order from tho government ' The big
gun works are equally busy. . -
, Consul Romisevelle . WiUhmui, at
Honckone, informs the Btate depart'
mcnt that the largest Items of import
from the United States to that place
aro flour ond pot'rolouuu Regarding
lumber he said- there- would- be no
trouble in selling the goods;
r Gorman-troops have Tjdon' ltinded'at
Kiaochou bajvChlna,' and took bosse's
ston , of three forts. . there,', '. ' Chinese
soldiers occupied .tne. .-torts,, out. .when
they saw the Germans coming, .took
to the woods. ' -The German govern
ment Is after satisfaction for -tho recent
murder of two mlsstonarks.
PACIFIC COAST NEWS.
STEAMER TRUCKEE WRECKED DUR
ING A STORM,
r.pl. Are B.log TIstlaalaMI By f
! Araay CalLator .attle 1
D.atn With Burglar.. S.ta4 War
tolling Liquor la laoiaaa. ; " I
The orange crop of Southern Califor--
bia is estimated at 12,000 carloads. i ,
Eastern capitalists intend erecting
an immense brewery at Stockton, Cat ,
The cutter bear is to be sent at once
to the Arctic ocean to rescue ice-bound
Robert Brownies, a pioneer' of '49
and ex-supervisor of Napa county, died
at Napa city Saturday.
Dennis Kearney of San Francisco
fell down a flight of stairs at his home
Monday morning and broke his neck, '
Tbe Behring sea seal catch is but half
as large as last year's. Americans
took only 1500 skins lout of the total
catch of ovet-,15,000.
Robert J. Burrows, a rancher of
Chular canyon, Kinsrs county. Cal..
was thrown from a wagon and so se
riously injured that he died.
John McDonald and.'William Keenan,
both ex-convicts, were arrested at San
Francisco for burglary, fl They wore
caught in the act of.making away with
tneir booty. - - .. ; ,
-He bark Imperator 'arrivedTat San -
Francisco last week from Central Am
erican ports with yellow fever among
the crew.lBThe vesselfls ia "quarantine
and tnepatients are recovering.
Young Walter Kermeen, who' lives
at Shasta, Cal., and who tried to set
fire to a school house in Nevada about
a year aco, has been accused of other
attempts at arson. It is supposed that .
the boy has a mania for doing such
A man supposed to be A. McKinnon,
a carpenter of Keswick, Cal., was
found dead on the railroad' track near
that town. He was supposed to have
been riding beams of the Oregon ex
press and fallen oft
The California Lumber company has
been sued at Portland, Or., bv Joseph
Simon to recover $58,427 37 on notes ,
given to San Francisco firms; The ex
tensive lands of the company in Cooa
countv have been attached. '
A boom containing 4,000,000 feet of
logs and 1500 cords of shingle bolts
broke loose at the mouth of tho
Cowlits river, Wash., and the majority
of logs floated into the Columbia river
and were lost !
Three families of Norwegians arrived
in Coquille, Or., recently, adding to
the population somewhat One family
brought nine children, while the other
two reported 24 the grand total for
the three families being 33 children. . I
Plans and specifications for the Row j
City Milling company's building at j
Santa Rosa, Cat, have been drawn ap
and are in the hands of the contractors,.
who will hand in bids in a few days.
The mill building proper will be three
stories high, with a ground area of
2000 feet The warehouse will be 150
long. - ; - -
Otto Anderson, a boy at; the fWash-
ington state reform school, fell on a j
revolving saw recently. His right ,
elbow and the right hand were badly
cut, and some of the fingers had to bo j
amputated. About a year ago Ander- J
son met with an accident that necessi- "
tated the amputation of his right foot
. New discoveries of petreJeum have
been made in Crimea. ' I
It is believed at Washington that
the embargo on tobacco exports from ,
Cuba will soon be raised. : , '
Several persons accused of being im- .
plicated in the $90,000 Creek warrant
teal have been arrested at Muskogee, j
L T. I
This is the complaint of
thousands at this - seasoi
They have no appetite: food I
does not relish. They need the toning upof
the stomach and digestive organs, which
a coarse of Hood's Sarsaparllla will give
them. It also purifies and enriches the
blood, eons that distress after eating and
Internal misery only a dyspeptio can
know, creates on appetite, overcomes that !
tired feeling and bnilds up and Sustains i
the whole physical system.'' It so prompt
ly and efficiently relieves dyspeptio symp
toms and cures norvouB headaches, that it
seems to have almost "a msgio touch.'
Is the best-i. hi fet the One True Blood Purifier.
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