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About The Medford mail. (Medford, Or.) 1893-1909 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 27, 1899)
jj, OUR COUNTY
KukIu folllt KukIuK.
IIV A. 0. IIOWI.KTT.
Oliver Molitiound fuiully uro con-
' MitiH Lot MoIioIh Hpllllt IuhI Smi
thy will) MrH. Clam Kiidttr.
l'rof. Suviigii, IIuhsIu und Murrltt
Drown vvr pluuHunt uulturH lit our
hoimo lit Suniluy.
, Mrs. J. llsrtiiiuii, nue'Aliiliii Mo
liowull, Ib at hur mutliur'it, MrH. A.
Tool, and Ih ,ullo sick.
MenduuiuH Hluoluru, Kclsoo ant)
Klimo woru tin) uuuHt of Mrs. II. T,
Soveruiico IuhI Thursday.
Juuk Motiliioiiiury, wliii Iiuh huoti
quits III fur SOfllll tllllO, WI1H Hllltllllf
on 1 j 1 h friuiidH In Kuglu I'oint IuhI
It Ih ruporlud tliiit MrH. Wutkiiia,
wlm Ih slopping willi lior hoiiIiiIiiw,
1'. J. Ayri'H, rucuiiily Imd u stroko
Miss Mntlio MoOuu, who husbuvu
viitiliiiK ul lr Imitliur's hurs fur
some thus, ruturncd u hur home in
Jusupliino County lust weiik.
'f I.nsl Mondsy ninlit Mrs A. I'uo!
govs u purty and a hoc In I dunes at
the Kuglii liotul. Those In attuud
unoo report a vury plunsant tinio.
Tlmru Hvi'iiiH to la considurublo
nick hush In our UHiiully liualthy com-
i nunlty. John .Smith's cliildrun
ro on tliu lint tliiH weok. Dr. Hit
Uurbran Ih In utUiiiduuuo.
MiHH Anna J flinty relurned to
Uikti clisruo of her Bcliool tho first
of liiHt wt-uk, but wan cullud to Med
ford Moudiiy morning by tlio duulh
of hur inulhor which oucurrcd in
k-dforil Kunduy nilit.
Thoro win ii Huprino candy pull
ing at J. VV. Nichols hint Friduy
night. About twenty of the young
peoplo of thin noighborhood wuul
over in a lumber wngon and alt re
port a very enjoyable time.
A. McNeil, one of our oldest and
highly rexpected citizens, had a
puralytio stroke IuhI Mouduy week,
ifiruly.ing the right Hide of his fuce
and tho left arm and leg. At last
accounts he wan improving a little,
but owing to his advanced age, si
roost oighlv yeara, littlo hopos are
nlertuined of hit recovery.
Malaria produces weakness, (cncral debility,
ulllminsnss, Ium ol appetite, lo.ll"ttou anil
constlpsllun. Groroa' Tasteless Chill Tonic
rcmtivoa Ilia cause wblob produces those trou
bles. Trjr II and you will 1)0 delighted, so
oetita. To el the nulne auk for Orores'
Far sale by Strang, the drusitliil.
N. WolHh, of Vllen, entered
school hTf hint weuK.
A. MrKce, of l)erhy. was in town
Upon business 'WVdnosiluy.
L. Crigiby, of Contral Point, so
conipunii'il J. (look on Iuh return
lfome to Rig Butte last week.
Jacob Walsh, who has been in
California for the pant few months,
is visiting friends in this vicinity.
H. Tonn, who has been working
for G. W. Sloviins tho pant year, is
spending the winter months at his
borne near Lake Creek,
V, Combust, while attempting to
reaoh Willow prairie recently, lost
his way in a snow storm and wan
dered about late into tho night, suf
foVing greatly from fatigue and
cold. He fortunately ran across a
sugar pine true- which had boon
burned and was pitchy, and suc
ceeded in lighting a fire, possibly
thus saving hit life.
'i.mullvo iiruino Quinine Tablets move I lie
btaol gently, rellevus tho ooiikIi, euros the
feverish condition and headache, making II the
bent and quloltost remedy ror oounlia. oolda
and Ib Rrlppo. Curaa In on day. "No cure,
no pay." 1'rloo '2ft ccnu. For aula by Strang
by wu.u nir.r,.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Gray have
Mr. and Mrs. Justus have been
quite sick with la grippe but are
sow much improved.
The snow is melting in this vi
cinity and wo aro not Horry, ns we
havo had twunty days of the white
Mr. Monro, who has been ill with
'Jropsy for bouio timo, died last
Tuosday evening. During the day
he hitched up his toam and drove
down to Mr, Purduo's, where he
was at; the time of his death which
sold only in
opourrud the himho evening. Ho
wuh buried on Thursday.
R W, Gray is pulling In logs at
the mill und ihli'gH aru HnuriHliing
up tliis way. With two logging
CilliliH Icitpt busy thoro ought to be
ODiiHidiiruble work doiiu when the
saw mill starts up,
No Curc--Ni) ay,
Tlmt la lliu wuy.nll ilrull anil (Jruvoa'
Tantulniia Chill Tuulu fur uiulurlu, obllla and
fiivur. It la almply Iron ami iiulntua in a luati
lima lurui. I.'lilidriin lov.i ll. Adultn prcfor It
lo bltlur, naiiioutlug t'luiua. 1'rlua, Ou oonla
Kur aalu by Hlrucin. tliu druiiKlat.
Talent News Ueiim.
W. H. Hurley went up to Ash
land this week to viitit his folks.
Al. W'imiir ciiine up from Jack
sonville Monday to visit rulutivt-H
Hon. Matthew Htewurt oamo up
from Hult'in Saturday, returninu
Ted Oyer came un from Reddiiitf,
Calif., lust Kridiiy to look after some
mining property on Wugnor creek,
Mr. Whitington, of Gold Hill,
was hero u few days thix week, the
gu!St of hid daughter, Mrs, Urvillu
A. M. Helms, who came up from
San I'mncisco a few days ago, bus
gone tu Hisson, Culif., to look for a
Married Jun. 12, lH'.t'.t.at Shasta
City, Calif , Travis Lynch, of Wug
nor creek, and Miss Mabel Penrose,
of the former place.
Walter Cry went to ilig Iiutto
Tuusdav after Mr. and Mrs. Grv,
as Miss .Stella Murgrnvo, a daugh
ter of Mrs. Ury, is very low with
How Is Your WlfoY
Una tilio Inst heir Imuuty? Ii so, con-
alli.tllon, lii(llK..'altnii, slok tinnduuhu
are tin) prlnuljml uuiisea. Karl's Ulovur
Hoot J'ua lui uuruil lliuso Ills (or half u
euiilury. I'riuu 'Jft cts. und AO out.
Money refunded II results urn not sails
faulory. Sold '; Cliua. StruiiK, drug
gist. Klamath County Items.
From tbs Itspubllcan.
The Big lake is still frozi-n over
and ducks by the thousands aro to
be found in tho springs along Modoc
Prof. Merril, the music teacher,
organized a class of twenty-four
pupils in vocal music ut Tule lake
Judge L. F. Willits and wife left
this morning for Jackson County
on a visit to relatives and friends.
The Judge will probably visit San
Francisco and Portland before re
Tho Steele ranch on Lost river,
consisting of 485 acres, was sold
last Tuesday to Blooraingcamp
Bros. Consideration $1,850. This
is one of the finest ranches in the
couniy, being all under fence with
250 acres plowed and about 50 acres
From tho Klamath Falls ICxpresa.
A bunch of the G. W. Smith cat
tle bought by Mitchell Bros, passed
through town the latter part of last
week for the railroad.
J. L. Padgett's store at Keno was
burglarized Monday night. A small
quuutity of goods was taken, such
as boots, shoes, and wearing ap
parel, hut we did not learn whether
any money was taken.
Silas Obonohain arrived last
Thursday from Langell Valley and
has since bought some beef cuttle
for the Oakltnd Meat Co.- Satur
day ho bought 17 head of S. T.
Summers which he hud been feed
From Thursday until Sundav
five inches of snow fell in this vi
cinity, and from Sunday until
Tiii-siiy rain fell at intervals, molt
ing quite a large per cent of the
snow which was about a font and a
half dep Sunday morning.
On Kvcry Bottle
Of Shlloh's Constimoilon Cure Is this
Kuarautoo: "All wo ask of you Is to
use two-thirds of the contents of this
Do ill o faithfully, then If you uau say
you aro not bun flted rotura the bottle
to your drugirlst und ho may return
the price paid." Price 26 cts., GO ots.
and .00. Sold by Chas. Strang, drug
gist. According to statistics prepared
by tho government of Sweden and
Norway and sent to the state de
partment, there are in use in the
world 1,288,101 telephones, the serv'
ice covering a distance of 1,600,499
miles. Au idea of the extraordi
nary use of tho telephone in the
United States is derived from the
faot that the figures crodit this
country with more than half of the
instruments in use and the amount
of miloage of the whole world. The
number of instruments in the
United States is placed at 772,027,
while Germany has only 151,101,
Groat Britain and Ireland, 60,615;
Swodon, 50,500; Canada, 83,500;
Switzerland, 28,8-18; France, 27,730;
To Cure s Cold In One Day.
Tultu t.imitlvo llromo Quintan Tnlilotn. All
ilruKKlHln rotund tho money If It lulls to ouru
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum biking powden ut the grcaUat
mnucoi to ocalth of lbs present dy.
aovH awiNO mwota oa . f voaa.
PACIFIC COAST NEWS.
ITEMS OP INTEHE8T PICKED FROM
THE WEEK'8 DISPATCHES.
Trauai .rla Iv L-mva San 'Franotaee- Ttila
Waok for MkiiIIb TIi Napa Mardai
likM-nuiliiri; County Ua Uuom
Mia llr.l no.. H.t.d II I in.
Tho anuual amvdou of the Santa
Clara Poultry and Kennel club was hub)
at Hau Juwi but week.
William K. HUarou and F. Q. Now
lauds hav bfuia read out of the Silver
party of Nevada.
Hot. Allwrt F. Wblto, a ptoooer
PrnabyUiriaii minlaUir of California,
(liiil at Bantn Itoaa aouie days ago.
John BluiuRlnmaxy attempted to mar
ilor Williaui H. Huxhrn In the corridnr
of tbn city hall at Han Fraucuwo. The
uiwn were pulitlciui onamloa. Hughea
hulil the lostol within nil Inches of
HliaUKhutiasy's bntast and fired, but the
bn-antbciue turned the ballet uud only
oauaed a aliKht wound.
Iinnry Clark, a young- ranchor of
OaniK), San Dingo county, wan reoeutly
blown U) d'-ath wbilo bUuitlnR stamps.
An act to prohibit aliens from owning
plaoar mines in British Colombia finally
piuwnd tha provlncuU parliamant and
raoeivod the formal oaanntof the lieutenant-governor.
The oot goes into effect
The tribal war which has been raging
for SOU yrart betwaun tha Wrangol and
Cbikcat ludinni of Alaska Is to oome ro
an oud. Tho tribra have havs agreed
to hold a grand potloob. aud bury the
F. W. Tallle of Oregon will shortly be
appointed pontal dirootor of tho Philip
pines. The transports Scandia and Morgan
City are to carry large quantities of
frozen boof to Manila from Sau Fran
ciaoo. Washington state produced llfl,000,000
The ruooipts at tha Manila custom
hotuo average fJO.OOO a day in gold.
Four vosaols roccntly brought 7O,OO0
worth of whale products to Sau Fran
oiauo. Amoriean authorities at Hawaii have
givon permission to bring 0000 more
Japanesu laborers into the islands.
Tho Hnyward interest in tho Ooallnga
Oo. of Fremin, Cal, has beou sold
Rawllngs & Richardson, being a ball
interest, for Sim, 500.
Tulorn lake, Cal., onoe the largest body
of freah water wholly within tbo United
States, bat waioh was dry Ia.it seamu
was sown to wheat this winter.
The Siiuta Fo Railroad Co. has oon
traotd . for 100,000 tons of now steel
rails at a cost of nearly f.1,000,000, of tho
7S-xinn cIukh. They will be laid dor.
In Sim Francisco tho committoo to de
vise method of raining funds for the pro
posed Paoitto coast exposition to be held
in 181)1 destrtis to raise a fund of (1,000,
000 and to luvoko tho state ami national
Tho Paoiflo coast Iwrax iutorosts, the
English Boor company mid the Soclote
Lynnnaiso of Franco havo combined the
business of producing borax and borax
acid. Tho oapltal stock of the trust is
The Great Northern railroad is credited
with intention to operate its trains
through tho Cascade, Wash., tunnel by
eleotriaity, aud also the ontiro distanoo,
sixty-five miles, from Laiavonworth to
The Redwood & Railroad company
capitalized for $2,500,000 under the laws
' Orogou, has aoquired 30,000 aoros of
redwood' timber In Humboldt county,
Ual., witn twenty-nvo miles of raiu-oad
property, docks, mills, oto and prooses
to buy steam diips, build additional mills,
etc., tocomlnss the animal manufacture
of 50,000 M foot of redwood lumbor and
75,000 M shingles.
Tho Uuitod States postoffloo depart
meat has contracted with the Paoiflo
Bteam Whaling Co., withoffloos at San
Franoisoo, for mall service along the
southern Alaska ooast from Sitka to
Unaloskn, iuoluding all intennodinte
points. The distanoo is KtOO miles;
every point a that strotoh will now have
monthly servico during tho entire year.
Tho southern part of Monterey county,
or at least t it portion nf it lying in tlir
Immediate vicinity of Inmsdale nnO
ParltfloUl, if at prosont oxpurienoinv
qiUton land 'nvnii. Owing to tho discov
orv of oil. u l.'lia and n-.-tmuJ uiu.tii
Docs This Strlko You V
Muddy complexions, nnuscniiny
hri'iith como from chronic oonsttputlnn.
Knrra uiovor itoot. Ten Is nn aosniutc
euro and has been sold for lirty v(a'p
on nn absolute cuiirnntep. l'rlce2."iot
and TiOots. .Sold by Chas. Strang, drug
all of tltu roiilUents ore taking urobilins
and iiroHpoo'lug fur the, mineral, while
other iioopli) from the outside aru flock
ing lute tli nil-bearing country to try
their luck It thu new oil fields.
Jim-Mi Wal-iira and Ooorge 8. MnKnnxln
were arrallicid bofnin JuHtine Jirmlford
at Najia cl trgivl with the iniu-cler of
Alfred Cixj on January 8. Walters'
preliminary trial was wit for Jn;iunry a't.
Me was remanded to jail without bail.
MiiKi n.ie's iM'eliminiu'y trial will bo oii
January 'it Owing to the serious ill
ness of his wife he was admitted to bull
in the sum 1 f,000.
Miss Jell n lo Misjrn, 2H ymrs old, was
burned to death ut Sau Franoisoo Satur
day evouiug, Shu tried to extinguish a
burning curtain and in so doing set firs
to ber clothes and received injuries that
canned her death.
On Thurxday or Friday of this' wool
tho four traiisixirts now in port, thu
Morgan City, Scaudiu, Hunator and Ohio,
will start out for another trip to Manila.
Tho Beanilla will carry the Twentieth
regiment of United Slates tufautry aud
the Senator md Ohio will take between
them the Twenty-second regiment. The
Morgan City also carries 3000 tousol
An apprniiriation of 7I00 has been
asked for t tter protection of tho stati
treasury. Fire is to be guarded against
Representative ninu from all ports of
California met ut San FraiiciHoo last
week and organized a society for con
;rviug tho waters and forrcsts of Call
foniia. An executive oommitte was ap
pi.iiit'Hi and lustruoted to memorialize
Hie goveruor und legislature of the state
to appoint au uuHalaried und voluntary
cemmisMiou to report before the legisla
ture two years hence upon measures for
tile preservation of water sheds and tha
conservation of tho water supply, and
also to ask the present legislature to ap
propriate t',000 for the University of
California to ostublish a school of forestry
in order that by tho time, tho next legis
lature oots "hero may be some trained
foresters in die state to enter upon the
work whieh tho commission shall sug
gest.; Tho Southern Paoiflo company for 1809
hasonlured .Ifty-one new locoraotives.sLx
to be consol dated freight engines. Each
of tho hit ' will weigh ninety-eight
tens by itse. and about 150 tons with its
tender. Au average freight engine
weighs sixty-five tons; 3300 new freight
cars hove also been ordered. The oom
puuy 's now steel bridge over the Colorado
river at Yuma will bo finished April 1.
General Sliufter arrived at San Fran
cisco fow d -.ys ago from tho east. He
was given a public reception at the
Gertrude, the fourteon-yaar old daugh
ter of Pauit Brown, Is unconscious and
at tho point of (loath from what a physic- J
lau says is mushroom poisoning. Her
parents, however, believe that her ill
ness Is caused from eating a raw mush
room the stem of which contained a
Nineteen cars loaded with cotton from
Galveston, Dallas and other Texas points
arrived recently at San Diego, where it
will be landed on onoof the now Oriental
steamers bound for Yokahanio. There
were five thousand boles in the ship
ment. Nevada was awarded thirteen medal.
for exhibits at the Omaha exposition.
C'.munoey M. Depew has been elected
to the United States senate-to represent
New York. Ho succeeded Edward Mur
Tho Bueno Vista recbuuatiou level,
Kings county, H miles long, 40 feet wid'
at the bottom oud 14 feet on the top.
with an average height of 5 feet, reclaim
ing 30,009 acres of Tulare lake bottom
land, was finished last week. It will al!
be sown to grain this season.
Joseph Barrett, formerly one of the
head waiters at the Del Monte hotel,
Monterey, Cal., returned from Montreal
recently where he sold to former Mayot
Smith of that oify (wo Klondike minec
' Around Mt. Rainier.
Tbl mountain Is -.he grandest la tbe United
Stftten. It Is more than 15.000 foot high, la
covered with Ice and snow, has beautiful parka
and noble forests at Its base, and Is much fre
quented by camping parties, tourists and
Some years ago the Northern PaolBc Railway
fitted out a party that ascended the mountain
to Us highest point. An article In n onderland
Ms, describes some experiences of the party In
camp life at Paradise Park. This mountain
trip la sura to become Increasingly popular.
especially to those who make Puget Bound a
theatre tor vacation trips, and such will be
Interested In this chapter.
sendCbas. S. Fee, St. Paul, Minn., six cents
lor Wonderland '08 and you oan road about It.
Antwar m fm ouatiioni and gat a trial traatmant fraa.p H
Are you weak f
Where 9 How long t
Oo you hare paint f
Where t How tonal
Hiaht tweattf How often?
Do your tyet blur 9 When 9
Doyoutleepatnight9 How long?
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Are you eonttipatea f
Antwer thete auettiont and a tpeelal
trial treatment will be prepared and
to you by mail free. You take no ehancet.
I DR. J. H. HUDSON,
7 STOCKTON STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
for 8100,000. Barrett is one of die rich
est man nf the great gold camp, his in
dividual cleau-np from which last season
was In excess of 1150,000.
An effort is being made to establish a
sardine f-astery at Monterey.
No ivettMl orders have boon Issued for
the return of any ti'xjps from Manila.
The First California, General Cor bin
says, will Ixi returned to the United
States ukiii the first transports. Tut
transport- (hunt, which loft New York
for Manila via the Suez route January
17th, il is exited will return to the
United States vja tho Pacific route
with the First California volunteers.
General Corbiu believes that thu Frst
California should reach tho United
States by April 10th.
Secretary Bliss notified Senator Per
kins that he had witheld from the
public domain 00,000 acrcas at the bead
of Trabuco canyon in" Ventura county.
This will make a forest rosorvo for the
proservati ai of the water snpply of that
region, The laud so rosrveil Is on a
ridge of iinmntaiiis uu-1 is where the
sheep henlor-i have lemutly boon mtlf
ing nuds with their S'fkn. The raids
have endangered tho ru:t!l timber aud
this thivateuod to do iwny with the en
tiro wuu.r supply. For this reason Sea
retiiry Bliss has set tin tract aside and
will add to if wiie'i it is nuvdn manifest
that more bind is !e.."J,ri to conserve the
water supply of the valley.
- The vithtcltiu-al d.'firtmeut of the
oollegn of am'.-ulture in tho university
of California' has just received an ad
dition to it corps of instructors in th
person of Antonio M. Dal Piaz of
Vienna. Austria. His appointment to
this new jxtniciou vas made at the last
meeting of 'lie board' of regents. Pro
fessor Dal i'iaz is a graduate of the
viticulture college of Vienna.
The report of the war investigating
committee is to be submitted within two
for a generooa
Ely's Crsam Balm
cost aim no cocafne,
mercury fi"r any other
U in quic-.y Absorbed
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gem BAZAR I 2BT 1
traa. Tha quaitiana ara atkad, at no two quatuon
ara alika, and tha traatmant mutt ba praparad tpa-
tpaeial traatmant mill ba praparad for
Ifyau tulfar from narvous uaomty,
Lattat, Last mannooa, tmitsiont, mel
ancholy, Ditty spent, spott uerore we
tyet, Sleeplestnett, you ought to get a
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tine, but a carefully prepared
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Any one predisposed to Scrofula oM
never be healthy and vigorous. This
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Consumption. Being such adeep-aeated
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It Is the only remedy whieh can reach
' Scrofula aaaeanid on tlx brad of my 1IUU
grandchild whan onlr IS month old. StwrtJy
atuir braaklns out 11 apraad rapidly all ovn
bar bodr. Tbe aeaba on tba anrea would pel
off ou in allshuat touch, and lb odor tha
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mospbare of tb room
alokanlng and anbrarabla.
Tha dlaaaaa next atuoked
(he .TRa.and we feared ahe
would loa bar sight. Kra
tnent phyalolaoa from the
lurroondlns country were
oonialtd. bu t ooald do
nothing to relieve the lit
tle Innocent, and ir&ve It
aa their opinion that the
case waa hoooleea and I m-
rjoaalhta to aara the otitis', evesluht.
then that we decided to try Swift's Speolno.
That madlolne at onse m&dn a aoeedv and mm-
pleteoure. She U nowa yoong la-ly, and naS
never nod a algn of the dlanaae to rotura.
tlx. Bora Bar.xai.irr,
Scrofula is an obstinate blood disease.
and is beyond the reach of the average
blood medicine. Swift's Speciflo
hi the only remedy eqnal to sueb deep
seated diseases; it goes down to the
very foundation and forces out every
taint. It is purely vegetable, and is
the only blood remedy guaranteed to
contain no mercur, potash or other
mineral substance whatever.
Books mailed free by Swift Speciflo
Company, Atlanta, Georgia.
The frross receipts of the postofflce al
Ssn Frautlwo for the month of Decem
ber were (101,754, an increase over thai
of 1897 of For Los Angeles tha
receipts were $32,209, a decrease of 498.
About 3000 acres of land In Solano
county will be devoted to raising sugar
beets this year. A large acreage has
also been leased in Contra Costa and
Yolo counties by the California Sngax
Beet and Refining company of Crockett.
The mammoth establishment at the
latter place will be run in full blast this
year. There are prospect of an esti
mated yeild of 190,000 tons of beets.
EAST AND SOUTH
The - Shasta - Route
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPAHI,
EXPRESS TRAIV8 LEAVE PORTLAND
6:17 p. m
800 p. m
Lv. Portland Ar.
Lv. Med ford . Lv
Ar. San Francisco Lv.
Above trains atoo at all stations between
Portland and Salem. Turner, Ma rlon, Jefrerson
Albany. Tangent. 8hedds. Halsey. HarrtsburK.
Junction City, Eugene, Cottage Grove,
Drains, Oakland and at all stations from Rose
au rg- to Ashland inclusive.
R03BB0RO MAIL DAXLT.
d'Slt.m I Lv
VaO p. m j Ar
Ar I 4i30 p. n
Lv 1 7 JO a. in
Dining Cars on Ogden Roots.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers and Second Class
Sleeping traattacneatoall mrousja mill
Between Portland and Corvallis.
WEST SIDE DIVISION.
Mall trains dally, except Sanday:
iHO a, ml Lv Portland
Arl 5:98 p. r
Lv I Iff, p. i
13:15 p m at uorvaine
At Albany and Corvallis connect with trains
of O. C. St E. railway. -Express
Trains dal, ezceptsnnday:
Lv Portland Ar
Ar McMlunvllle Lv
Ar Independence Lv
5:50 a. m
4:f0 a. m
Direct connection A. San Francisco wltb Oo
ctdental and Oriental and Pacific Mall steam
snip lines for Japan and Ctua. Sailing; dates
Kates ana ucsets ana to eastern points ana
h'urope, also Japan, China, Honnoluln aud
Australia can be obtained from W. V. Llppln
cott. Agent, aledford.
R. KOEHLKR. C. U. MARKHAM,
Manager. U.F.SP S
IS JU8T AS COOD FOR ADULTS.
WARRANTED. PRICE CO cts.
GAL ATI A, ItLSi, Not. 16, 1993.
3Tls Medtotad Co., 81. Louis, Mo.
tjpnt lemon: Wo o.i1 lnt yoar, 000 bottles of
UOVK'8 TABTRLKSS ClIILL TON IO aitd faBTO
'tunht threo gross alroudr this yonr. In all our ex
orlouco of U years. In tho dmg bunlnoM, have
ovor sold nn article that Kn ve aiton ual vo real satla
'njtloa u your Tuulo iouretnily,
Voc anlo by Chns. Strang, Mod foul, Orunon.