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EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
Ofik-H -Corner Third md C Strnot»
NEW TIMES BUILDING.
I> u * ■*' c » p > *•'*'
THE TIMES JOB OFFICE
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1885
thrve rn<>ntha .
i« tn«»re com|»h*te by far than any other in Bonth-
, »‘Hi Oregon, and compare® favorably with any in
the Btate. Job Printing <»f every imagu
dt-Hcnpf ion done at Ban Lranoii«ro rate*. an«i in a
I prompt and brst-rlara nutnner.
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‘ some cases mor* deairable for fruit
.-i.v i mportant la ir.
' SIDETRACK A T CENTRA L POINT
! and grain culture, can be had a* low as
Tho following is the full and correct THE RAI LUO AD BILL. AND RECEIVER KOEH-
The region here designated as ‘‘South 55 per acre. These price* dejiend up
HTATE OF OBEGON.
on th« amount of iinproveincuts, loca text of the law passed bv the last Con
U. H. Hnnator«. J. H. Slater, J. N. Dolph;('on-
Mi'liec A Ki nncily arc engaged in mining
gr ■•Ainan. M. (', (J«»«»rg»j; Governor. Z. F. M mh I v .
Jack»« u, Josephine ami the greater por tion, character of soil, water facilities, gress, which affects many citizens of
rr««aMur*»r. E. Himch; State Printer. W H
at Williamsburg, having rintcd the Balti
tion of Dougins. It lies between the etc. Many places partially covered Klamath and Lake coanties:
An Act to Facilitate the Transportation
Byarffi; Bunt. Public Inntrueion. E. B. McElroy
more ditch of <*. O. Bigelow.
' B'lprHtno Ju»ii(e*«. J. B. Wul<j*>. Chief JuMticw, W
Coast range and the Cascade moun with timber, or a portion which is too AN ACT to prevent unlawful occupancy
W. L'hajer, W. P. Lord.
Drifting at the Centennial i laita in Wil tains, and is cut off from tho Willam
F!M«r JL’UICIAL t’lATKICT.
the Legislative Assem
Be it enacted by tho Senate and
('oiapriBMiiC JaekMun, Jrtephine, Lak«» and
low Springs precinct has .......
suspended ette valley try the Calapooia mountains,
bly of the State of Oregon :
K'aru^th counti«®: t'ir<*uit J ulx”. L. R. Webster
for the present
W. II. Benner is in the
S ection 1. That whenever a ware-
District Attorney. T B Kent.
—Appeal to Mothers -
great ranges, from which it extends on which orchards could bo made the States of America in Congress ussem ■ house shall be built oa the line of any
Senator. P. P. Prim; Kept «nontulire«. Tho». F
southward, a distance of 125 miles to principal source of income, can l>e ltleil, Tliut all inclosures of any public railroad in this State, with.sidetrack
The American Milling Guide, the best nil
B «ail. Thou. Cameron; Couo’.y Judp», E. D<*l*»«®tt
the California line, where another high bought at low pric«s, and there are lands in any State or territory of the graded an<l ties laid down without ex
OR ('Iftfintjirig the Skin anti Sealp of Birth Hu-
Co nraiMAioriertt, C. H. Pic|®ns. W. J. ItiMixer-
niort*, for nllaying Itching, Burning an«i I n thority on this subject,for sale at the T imes cross range—the Siskiyous—hems it in. many places where a little work in clear United States, heretofore or to be here
Clerk. W. H. Parkar; Sherif. A. S. Jacobe; 1 ret**»
pense to said railroad company, and not
flRinmitt i > d . for cunn» th«» nr«t Hyntcins <»f E«-- office; also blank notices for location of
nrer, V. Fiohar, As®»«Mor. J A«hpol*. School Su
•sued from the office in Jackxnllo every Friday morning, and ih
Through it runs two great rivers— ing oil' brush an.l timber would reward after made, erected, or constructed by less than throe haudred tons of freight
z»’Hut, Ps«>riuMif», Milk (’rust, S< »tll H»*a«i. 8<’r«»fu!ft
parintffiDiiant, w. M. Coltu. Surveyor, Ju». Jef
any person, party, assoeiatiou, or cor
Rogue and Umpqua—which, rising in
Hi.d other inherit«*«! skin nml blood tliH«*aM*ti, Uu- placer ami quartz mines.
frey ; Coroner, H. T. Inlaw
of land of the best qualitv for grain, poration, to any of which land included “tored in said warehouse ready for
tit'ura. th" great Skin ('ure. and ( utieura B«»ap.
I he late fall of snow iii the mountains Ims the Cascades almost within a stone's
an ex«|Ui it«» Skin Bouutiti« r.ext»’inHl!y.an«i< u-
Senator. H. B. Miller, Rrprmeatative, A. Porter
orchard and vineyard. Much of the within the inelosure the person, party, I transito) fation, then it shall be the
! ticuru R«**olv«*nt. the»n»‘W Blo»xi Further, mt«*r- done consitleral'le gtssl to miners whose throw of each other, diverge in their
County Juda*. G. (?roclt*Ct; Commiwuoners, A
hill land will produeo good crops of association, or corporation making or duty of said railroad company to lay
H. Platter. J. M. Payne Clerk, Cha®, iluxh»*«
■ nally, an» mfalhblo Abwlutely pure,
tlit.be- head in the mountains. In some
Shenrt. A. Rervey;Treas»*er.Win. Naucke; A-» hr
grain, and its capabilities for grapes controlling the inclosure hud no claim down tho track with the necessary con
nections and «witches, and shall, from
places several feet of snow still lies high up.
®<»r. J. T. Bryan. Schoo Superintendent, A. J.
ter the Pacific a distance of ninety miles have liecn pointe.l out. It has been or color of title made or acquired in time to time, furnish freight oars nec
Mr. and Mr». Ev«,rett Stebbins. Bal«’h««rt«»wn,
>M« iah . write: “Our httlu b«»y was (««rribly affhet-
apart. Insteml of large rallies or plains
Joint S«»nator. C. M. ('irtwnuht of Cronk: Rep-
< m | with Set»jfui.t. Sult Itheurnand ErvHiDt lfis «»Ter ami David King are prospecting a quartz of level laud, ..bordered on cither hand all owned in large tracts, which will of by or under claim, made in good faith essary for the removal of such freight,
raeentatiee, U. F. Ahehirrof Lak»». County .Fudge.
»uiue h'* was born, and nothing w«» could give him
necessity be ent up into smaller divis with a view to entry thereof at the and shall transport such freight in rug-
G. W Smith; Commijwio ier«. M. Obencham. R.
hi-ljiod him. until wc trie«! (’uticura R«’in<dief«, ledge near Bishop mountain, in I'niontown by the two grent mountain ranges, ths
Huti’hiuson;Clerk. W. C. H de; Sheriff Choe. l*ut- I
ions for farming purpoae» and sold. proper laud-office under the general i ular order as other freight is transport
which gradually cured him, until bo i*now us fair precinct. .-0111c go.si ore lias already been country consists of
ed on said rosd, whenev *r notice shall
narn Treaeur^r. E. R. Heamee; Aeeee’or, M 1).
a»» any child.**
valleys, separated by mountain r.icges The laud is so well adapted for mixed laws of the United States at the time : be give-j to the agent of tho company,
Chikier®; Schon! Hupennteudeut, £. L'uLip.Hur
<«JTor, J. O. Allo.
“3*200 FOR NOTHING.”
The shaft of the Enterprise Mining < t>.
or person in charge of the nearest sta-
f tn «¿ansotlon with the n**w«ptiver ttttlo. w»* Itsvt'syery complete
Arlington Ave.. ( harbstown,
ed by a large number of creeks which with grain, fruit, hay, cattle, sheep, made, are hereby declared to be unlaw I tion thereon.
Senator. C. M. (’.'irlwrjght of Cmok, Repreeen
lepartutenl. wltore went, yrepttrerl fo do every dweription of
1 Mass., writ«’®- “Havintr ¡»aid about
to tirst- ha» attaint I a depth of forty feel ami Mr. find their tortuous way into tho two horses aud hogs to depend upon, Buch ful, and the maintenance, erection, c<»n
tative. U. P. Abehiw, County Judjte, A. bitt»
S ec . 2. If any such railroad com
elash d«M't«»rH to eur«’ my baby, without aui’cnm. I j Knapp 1» »till making steady progress. The
CoiniuiMaioner«. T. O. Bkur, W D. Arn-*tt; Clerk
principal streams. Thus tho country a thing as entire failure would be impos struction, or control of any such in pany shall fail or refuse tocomply with
tried tho ('uticura Rmn«’diet«, which comi lefely
A F. Snelling; Sheriff, .A. J. < barltoi , L'r.'aruret
letlge continues to grow in size and the ore
A MoCaHcn: School Superintendent AV. L Moore
is rather broken tip and its local di
the provisions of this Act, tile person
seems to be of all excellent quality.
■BKTINO OF < '»UBTS. ITU.
visions almost innumerable. Forests in the foothills and mountains, as well hibited; and (lie assertion of a right to ■ injured by such failure or refusal shall
“FROM HEAD TO FEET. ’
Th»» Supreme Court of Oregon u®e» t« at Srdeni
the exclusive use an.l occupancy of any
Qlivi r Dews informs us that Nail. Cas cover the greater portion of the entire as large tracts reserved to the O. 4 C.
Charles Eayr»» Hinkle, ,l»Ts« y City HeightB. N.
regular termr eommenctng on tb»* first Monday»
Jacksonville, the county seat, and for part of the public lands of the United be entitled to recover against said rail
J., writ« w- "My son, a lad of twelv. jeare. was teel A Wright, who have rented Abraham, region from the summit of one great
in March ami October.
Ciri’U't C«Hirt for Jackson county mmrta the
c< >mp!et« ly cured of a terr bl«» case of F.czen a by
many years the leading town of south States in any State or any of the terri road company in nay court having juris
•■'«'ond M -ri-Hy in F-b- i »r» Fu»w ;r*«l Nov«*»nh»*r.
diction. a pouilty of two hundred and
the ( uticura R<*mrd!eM. From thetop of his head I.evens A Co.'s mines v'> big Applegate, range to that of the other, only the
f»»r Joeephine, MM*<»»id Mo’ni iy rn April ar«i f«»ui' ■
to th«’ Hull's of h'■* fe«'t U.'isoi’«' !D.T‘- h of scabs “ have the water riinningthrough their ditch bonier valleys, bottom landsand side ern Oregon, lies four miles from the tories of the Unite.! States, without fifty dollars for each week during which
Monday m < K*(t>bt*r; for KHmath. rouith Mondny
Every other reined} at d physicii'i' I nd becn lri»sl ’
ami expect to coiuinence piping before long. hills being to any extent free from
«neh tn gleet, fallare or refusal shall
ci Mar nn«i August, f *r L.ik • fir-' M«»nd*«y m
!.i r n::.
>. is eoatinve.
underbrush. All parts of this region population of 1,200, an.l contains num- as above apeeifiol as to inelosure,
M iy an«i Xo»sml««<.
For Jackson county the County, Pr »bote and
FOR PALE, LANGUID.
are well watered. Save on some ele
C«»mim«M*4onar»* c«>urt» in»”’t every nmnth. com.
• Emaciated <‘l.!idr«’nT with pimply, willow *kin, I mines near Waldo have tin ir < levator ill vated portions of the Cascades, there is terminus of the (). & C. road, has j prohibited.
mincing W1 th th*» first Monday; for J. -i-pl .: «•
l’oRT’.xxi«, Or.. April 8, 1885.
j the <’uticura Rt*medi«*d will p «»vea perfect bleu»., operation ami are ib>ing well
They have' Itaitlly a quarter section of land that about 1,400 people, aud contains a wool |
Sr..', 2. That it »ball be 'll«* duty of
Oountjr, thotirst Monday in January. April.-July
i n g. cl«’ari>ing the ld«»«»d and -km <>f inhvnt«»d irn-
Me srs. T F Beall and C. Magruder,
ivh ! September; for Lake c<»tr ty. »»very a!t»'rnar»'
I purities and expelling th«? genua of -rrofula. rlieu- ttneol the bc'-t piece» ot mining property in dees not possess an ample supply of i n mill, flouring mill and a sash and the district attorney of the Unite.]
Centra! Point, Oregon:
month, ee-n-n ’ri' i’i*? th»* first M«»nd r in January.
’ inatibiu. consumption, and sever»' ekin dis^asi s, the State, .is it make- large returns regu
For Klamath county the firet W-dnrsday in Mar«-
clear, eolil water. Springs burst forth door factory; also the Ashland College St it. - for th«* p- .per district, ou afli
(I xmtlkmvx —Referring to tho con
June, Heptoiiber and N«xeuib**r.
in profusion, feeding the multitude of
“BEST FOR THE SKIN.”
versation h id with you in my office a
i o » k Ct.t :<‘u. >i Remt'ili«*® nr«, th«’ la’at f«»r skin
Simmon-. Kimis A t o. have about a doz small strranis.
few days ago in regard to a switch at
il.s. H- •- | Iinv«* »*v«*r sold, and y«»ur (’uticura Soap
'1 he climate of southern Oregon is, a flouring mill. Other railroml point« this act is b.-.ug vio!al.*d, showing a .le Cs*ntrnl Point, I beg now to say to you
en Im n i innlov. il on their huge mining en
the finest rirndtrinal toilet <-<»nr> in th«* !nark«*t.
in tnaiiy respect», superior to that of an* Medford, Woodville, with a saw -cript i>, i I I ii l ati.l indo l *v.th r*‘.n- in writing:
('. W. S l’AI’LL S Druagnt.
Osceola Mills, Wi*. terprise m ar Waldo, w li.t are now engager! iinv other portion of the Pacific Const. mill. Rock l'uint and Central Point, onable «• *i t i.nt . not n.w»- «nly by
FRED A. WALPOLE.
While 1 doubt the validity of the act
lit tlnniing the large cut as far a» they have
The line of the O. «t C. road runs mete» aud b il:. !» nor b . ^ov:nm -r.t ll
nassetl timing tho last aes-iou of the
Bold everywhere. Pri co’ i’liticura. SV; S«»ap. run it, but of w hit li a long distance remain» While it» rainfall i» ample, it is far less through the valley, giving access to
LANDSCAPE PAINTER, Plain or iu Color*, the T imm Ollie«» i* the plac.* to *c»*t them. We also print
than in the region of the north, while
25c; Ko*olvent. $1. P< »Iter Drug und Cht iniral
unfinished. It may be twn years before ac the frequent droughts of the great Sac
1’ortlaml markets, ami gooti roads lead only so tlrit tlie inclosnro may I hj iden legislature of the State of Orcgou,
< ’o., Bouton.
Sam's Valley Oregon,
m iking it compulsory for the railroad
Semi for ••llow to < ure Skin lii*e;i»«cw.”
tive mining operation» will be coniniem e.l raniento valley south of it are unknown. into the regious east ami west which tified. and the persons guilty of the
company to furnish the rails and lay
Will copv Ph«»t«»gra|«L*. «1«» Sketching or Drawn g
violation as neirlv as may be, and by sidetracks upon certain conditions as
of .iny kind, al«o (a»n<i«CMpe Fainting in oil BUSINESS CARDS, BALL CARDS.
Closed in by niountuin chain.», it is not
\Z l >»• • Hlicmru Mmp
» x there.
cuiora. Term« low. A.i«ir»«»e» Sam « Valley.
description, if the name cannot on rea contained iu said act l«eing first com
tw 1 <|Ui*«it»’lv ¡terfum d Skill
swept by winds heated by a journey
WEDDINC CARDS, VISITINC CARDS lit-nu i » li. r.
ifuhbubfry < ourt• liftrtiitlrtl.
Tin* county of Josephine adjoin» Cal sonable inquiry be aseertaiue 1. to in
over vast stretches of luvel land, while
plied with by the applicant for such a
The coin tmartial which met at
A. P. H 1MMOND.
across the low summits of the Coast ifornia, ami is hemmed in between stitute a civil suit in the proper United sidetrack, 1 <lo not deem it convenient
,Ynd every other kind of Car«!« that may !»e w•<• »«.1; m 1» o , ell kiud» of work for
range steal the cooling breezes from
at this very moment t» te»t this matter
iltorney-at-Law 1 Real Est tir Unit.
B un mM»»n, «uch h ®
Muhlenberg, of the Second Infantry, lately
the sea. Storms cannot reach it in the west. It is essentially 3 region of' torial district court, in the name of the in the court», an l I am therefore will
of Fort Klamath, in March, of which Major
full strengthof their power. Protected
ing to net upon vour application in tho
Baldwin was judge advocate, has presented from hot winds in summer, exempt live chiefly by mining, stock-raising named or des*ribe.l who shall bo m
HILLHEADS. LETTEltHEADH. NOTEHEADS.
(Colman*« «»Id stand.)
following mauner and under the follow
its findings. The court seiilencetl Muhlen from excessive rains in winter, while
charge of or controlling the inelosure ing conditions, to-wit:
¿TATEMESTH. i in tablet form.' NOTES. REt 1'11’TS, Eli
Ali bonne»«* placed in m\ hand* will receive
prompt attention. Special attention uivcn t<>
berg to suspension of rank ami coinuiaiid coming fully within tho influence of the the upper portion in a northwesterly complained of as defendants; and juris
I will furnish the rails an.l fastenings
:« r m x month*, ami to In «-mifined to tlw Japan current, the climate is singularly direction, while Illinois river pursues diction is also hereby couferrml on any for the sidetrack at Central Point as
An«l in fact, L*v»rything t bat may b«-requir» d in tb«* iit«*> i«»r. W»* ask r «» u«!d® *>f «my
P. P. PRIM.
garrison, ami to Lc rcprimandctl in orders , equable, agreeable and healthful. With
southwest. The valley land is confine.I or territorial district court having jti now staked out, aud lay the track when
graded an I ties furnished by you and
! >■ inforni« th.-public th; t I»»* is li-p: .*.:p at.«’, further, to f«»rfeit f.’si of each month’s a natural tbain.igo of its surface that to comparatively narrow strips ly- ..................................
ATTORNEY A Col'Nsi:U>R \T LAW
risdiction over th* l rcalitv where the
Kt the above ftand a tirst-rhi»-- • t«»ck <-f
pay f«»r *i.x month*. This la.«t rial:*« «»f ih« r. mil s large areas of swamp 1 md itn
after your wan-house is built, and after
roiHsn ildo.in i satisfactory evidenae is
I.! ling* tliut relating to the f rft itur* • f a | ssiblo, It IS ii.ty.-r atllicted with pcsti
leutial or malarial fevers, nor has it tains. Tim lower end of the Rogue toe situate 1, t > hear aud <l.‘ti*rruine pro qiven th i' it l-*r..-t three I'tm.lre l (.MJ)
¡H^rtion of his pay General Miles has dis
Will practice in all the Court« of the State. Offir.
any prevailing h rm of disi ase. It is a River vaih y extends from Jackson t" ; .*Lediugs in -q lity. by writ of injunc- tons of freight will be shippad from
approve«! The lieutenant was tried for
in the < ««urt H owm . first door to the left «if h i
pro- slid warehouse within one month of the
land where fertility of soil, a healthful Joaephitie, and there is much goo«l ara tion, to r - raia violation» of the pro
conduct unbecoming an uflicer ami a gen
and agreeable climat«* anti beautiful ble laml along the Applegate, Slate' visions of this net; »nd it shall be suffi late when said track shali have been
tleman in sending some ntTemvive dispatch
J R. NEIL.
scenery conspire to make life a plea» ami other tributaries of the main stream. I cient to give the court jurisdiction if completed.
Which ho will ««¿1
concerning a leave of absence to Secretary ure to the Well aud to nil part uew vigor The greater portion of arable land lie» service of original process be liad in
The right is reserved to tak*' up sai.l
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR AT LAW.
• >f War Lincoln, reflecting on his c«>mmand- to the invalid.
along the Illinois river anil its tributa any civil proceeding on any agent nr tr ick at any time if said three hundred
ing ofii' t r. Major Leslie Smith, and for fail
employee having charge or control of iMO) tona of freight have aot been
ami other erreka. I lin tilluble land 1» the inclosure; and any suit brought un •hipped within a month from the <late
ing to pay some long-standing debts, "nme
Will practice nt all th** ’ ’«rirt. of th.- S’.‘it.*. < >!■
very rich, aud produces excellent crops der tho provisions of this section sh all
of them gainblingdebts.
an b«id«liri( opp* >->it«* Court Hons.*, corner C a»' >1
southern end of Oregon, bordering on of grain, corn, fruit and potatoes. In have precedent» for hearing and trial when said track shall havo l«eeu com
pleted, or if said three hundred (:M0)
I*fri>timnn t>» >nl»9rI’ibct't.
nearly all other respects Josephine re over other eases on the civil «locket of tons have been shipped. But when an
Ill-» stock CUI Mists of
l'artics who pav one year'« subscription between the Cascade mountains on the ■etubles Jackson, ami is probably eapa the court, ami shall l»e tried and de
W. F. WILLIAMSON.
other lot of three hundred tons shall
to the I nn » in advance will receivi*. free east ami thus«* of tho Ceast range on the bin of duplicating the products of its termined at the earliest practicable day.
ATTORNEY A COVXSELOR-AT LAW
have aecnuinlatisl in said warehouse, I
laa any case af the inclosure shall lae .igree to again put down the rails
of charge, a year's subscription to the
■found to 1 e unlawful, the court shall
A uh -riiiin Farmer," an excellent ngri. ul-
No agency be eitablished at said
south, all of which occupy a portion of valley at about half the price asked ir make the proper order, judgment, or
al pa|M*i and I*r Kendall'« treatise on
AU haaine-a m uiy line witl receiva pr-cupt ir
switch, uor shall the railroad lai tiound
Rogue River valley, and government decree for the destruction of the in to stop its trains at such switch, except
th horse. Imth worth fl .>i
<1 >TI I I XG.
in its territory. Surrounded by these
will furnish the T imi > an l 8. F "Exam mountain ranges is the thickly settle.1 land is to be had there by those socking ■ closure, in i umiuary way. unless th*.* for the purpose of leceiving freight
H. K. MANNA,
locations. The greater portion of the . inelosure sh ill bo r. moved by the de- »tored is said bouse Iu case freight is
iner ' one year each for D. in advance, or portion of the county—the beautiful
eounty the mountainous regious -is j i ndent within five days after the order d.-k'rei A
ATTORXKY < <>l'N»EL(>lt AT LAW .
the railr»ad at rand point
Rogue river valley, lhe valley prop uurttirveyed. Karbyville, th« county
Uta coiu t.
same time for
50, in advX.. e. Parties er is abo'it forty miles long by t* euty
ft will h»r«(t»»e only n|«ou tin* pw|r»y-
adding to the li-t. Our pr;c«* ar»1 I dwt than ti «>se cLurgid at Salem or Portland,
and « ur blank* are of tie must approved f.irnu». Order® from a dwtmico will b«»
Frerythir jf i- Fr»—!» an I of good quality, and >!i siring two tir«t-cla«» pulilicsti.ni« should wide, though sometimes the name is road travers«’» tho northeast corner of threats, intimidation, or by any fencing raent of freight charges at the forward
Will pr»*.*!.*»• tn all tin* 1 »ir!» of the Hl
¡•ne»- ar»‘ put iloirn to
promptly att» udvd to:
lo«e mi time in taking advant,ig** of flies.-' inatle to embrace the whole watershed the county. The chief town ou the line or inclosiug. or any other unlawful ing station, as is customary.
< JrtitM up «iMir* m (>rtn’«» hn« k.
This agreement is made by me as re
very favorimle rate«, as they will not be in I of that turbulent stream. The moun is Grant's Pass, recently annexed from means, shall prevent or obstruct, or
Criin.Subp«t*na. circuit -’t
Warranty D> da,
The lowest Notch!
tains are heavily timbered ami rich in Jackson. Other points in the county shall combine and confederate with ceiver, anti will hold good only during
SunimoQ®. (circuit court
C. LEUPE.cr. M. D.
iny receivership, ss I have no right to
minerals; the f. o'liiils afford -plen.lid are Waldo, Althouse. Murphy, Slate | others to prevent or obstrnct, r--
1 r.« « u!n>n, »circuit court1 Certib at*»«»f El*H*ti<» i
k <”*’< uin’ry Pr««lb««tiL’l.t nr«I **«»i«l.
bratluatr «»f ihr InhrrsBt of l.ei¡rd«*. Grrma«ty Bond for D**»»d,
grazing foi cattle ami sheep; the valley Creek. Lnckv Queen and Wolf Creek, »on from |wac«*ablv entering upon or bind the Oregon A- California railroad
t >»th of < >di '•*,
Ih .’ncrrd'» r ' ’«•!- kui ’»- old stand, and mveiurn
S.it'.ir«*’* own tru<* laxativ»’. l’h*ii«ant lands produce cereals, hay ami Vegeta
idi U I »*• ¡U to'.A ! .
Calls respond»*! !<»ut 'ill hour*, t,.»- or night,
i__ .i.;.... a has
i.- ...» been
.1.1., 1 ... a settlement
. .».'i.......... or residents«
.-I...... company beyond the term of my office
Writ of AtUu-ii.n»'! '.
( battel MortgaKv«.
a mining I 1 establishing
A. G. COLVIN.
as such receiver.
(»thee opposite Slot er’ m lL»t-l. Ja«*k-<*nviil>*.
to the |»al.«te, n«*« ■cpt.Ybl«' to tin «tom bl« s in abundance, ami the river bot
Notice» f Garnishment.
county, anti nearly every stream lia» on any tract of public land subject to
Inasmuch as the probable construc
1«. Creditor’!« Affidavit.
auh. hariiil»*«« in its naturo, ¡»ainb's« toms fruit of unsurpassed excellence.
E. P. GEARY. M. D..
I yielded its store of gold. Placer nnn settlement or entry tinder the public tion of this sidetrack has alroady ore-
in its action, run's habitual con«tipa- In the diversity of its products ami re
Grand Jury Sumiron®.
mg—in some places by hydraulic pro land laws of the United State«, or shall
CummisMion to Appraiser®. . Note B«H»k«.
I* H Y 3 1 « I A N AND S F H t. E O N , Attachment Bond,
tion, bili<»ii’«nes". indigestion and kindred sources. Jackson is superior to any cess —is still carried on extensively, and prevent or obstruct free passage or ited considerable anxiety among’t par
ties who, in good faith, have bought
Athdavii for Attachment,
< lean«es the system, purific« the
| is tho loading industry of that region. transit over or through the pnbliu
The market for tin* valley’s product | (loot! but undeveloped quartz ledges land»: Prori'l- M, This section shall not property at Medford, and who now fear
l’uwr of Attorce?.
tin* establishing of a rival town in dose
( AI.IFOKMA STIIEIT
Office in A. I.. Johnson’® bud ir tf*
bowt 1>. Break« up cold*, chill’ and fev« r*. lias hitherto been necessarily local ami i exist.
- be held to affect the right or title of proximity with tho si I of th" railroad
K«»ad Viewer s Appoin'in* ;t Acknowlfdtfment,
<:t« . Strengthen’ the organ’ on which it
G. H. AiIiEN. M. □
company, I deem it my duty to pub
I teamsters have colisuiueil large quanti-
I.-M*ati«»n of Mininir < bum
Better than bitter, nauseous liv« r
Sat.iMfrti'tiun of Mort gag«*.
The county of Klamath lies on the ed or occupied aanl lands under the licly declare that this switch is consid
P tl Y > I C Í A N A N D S T RG *c “ N
Notury 't» AcknowL«!rr'.i«'i11
land laws of the United States, claiming ered by me as a private switch, merely
iu< «!i< in« - pilL, ’.dt’ and draught*. Sam
Road-tax A«Mes®nb nt.
Justification of Surety,
vegetables ami fruit of Jackson. Jose- southern bonier of the State, adjoin-
fcoritn tok *
pic b«»ttb** free, and large bottle* for «ale by j plnue, Del Norte, Curry, Klamath ami mg Modoc county, California.and Jack title thereto, in good faith.
llJUllUtHbK IW I ÍJI
Warrant of Arreet,
son county, Oregon. In the western' S ec . 4. 1 hat any person violating i ,ini] „then, m vour immediate vicmitv,
Mi rritt A Robin*«'ii of thi* place
any of the provision« hereof, whether
Heading* for county and
Of*e» «»n California •»tr*-1’.. i»i»p«>,*ite Inion Liv Affidavit for Attachir.«*» •
plie«! from this region, lktyon.l what end are Big mil Little Klamath lakes, m owner, part owner, agent, or who anal that it will rrceive the same consid
Bill of Sale,
circuit court proceed)
Notice t<» GuriiidiiM,
eration as other stub switches along
was necessary to supply this demand,
Ai«i>«»intrnoiit of Road Su A«9OMMment Schedili«*«,
►hall aid, abet, counsel, advise or aa- the lino
Undertaking for Co t«.
Dr. l’anl Sender has returned from a two however, has not been produced, ami it It was forme.1 an lssy ouf of f]10 west
L. L WHITNEY. M. D..
L»»tt»»r« of Ad ami it»t rat ioti
Undertaking of Ba 1.
I shall furnish a Copy of this letter to
week» trip to southern Oregon
Tin* doc ' can truly be sain that the capabilities ern end of Jaike, which lies adjacent to
Attachment Bond (cir. 1’t Pro«jf of Wiil
doomed/rmBy of a misdemeanor, and our agent at M-nlford for publication.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
tor is a practical botanist anti says that the t>f the v.ill > for extensive agriculture I it on the east. The county sea* is ■
I i vil Subpu-va icircc’t c’t Ut-dortakiBg for Atta hin t A lmi . litratu*’« AciouiV,
Linkville, on Link river, the short but fined in a mini not exceeding one thou*
Please reply whether yon accept the
Ea-1« Point. O*-o"on.
Hogue liver valley is the nio-t licautifiil have never been fully test- d.
l he ara- turbuieut'
st’ream“cmin<*’fting'“th'.* i ' w .
>- imprison^! not . x terms.
t .iuntry lie ha* ever seen. He found acre- j ble land embraces about one fifth of the
Ihtina lecst*,il st the* i<lai» I a»k s -hare of
' lakes. The leadiug industry <_.
__ . cepl‘iul- ou,‘ y- ii' ini’ <*at*h offense.
R K ieiii . eii . Receiver.
the jistroiittg" of tie» s■ rtion. I alls sttei d-*1 to
ami ai res of wild pennyroyal along tile ' entire area of the comity, including
ar any tone.
foothills, plains ami river buttons Tile 'eoutlty is stock raising, large bauds of! by authorized to take Hivh measures as
full fo.ttl.ill . and thinks the inaliuf. ■ lure of
I cattle, horses an«l sheep grazing on the j
A Worn» To B oys .—Th«ra ar ■ far too
T. II. YOUNG. M D.
p. nnyr .jal oil might he carrii I • n th. re foothills possess that rich soil to be t bunch grass that grows in great luxur j shall lie necessary to remove an<l de
; fourni on the hilly lands of west/’
stroy any unlawful inclosnro of any many buys in America who are ashamed
PHYSICIAN AND s UH G EON,
i SI AT1ONI.KY,
plant** in large t|Uiiiititie., and his Ixitauical ! Oregon, while the plains havo uiu... I river, which flow.» into Title lake, the ; said lands, anil to employ civil or mili to take up anything which is not in the
Or promptly prio’* d to Order.
SCHOOL Ih •OK’* ,
Centi al Point. Oi «i;on
UNE CK. A i s AND
< >re- I adobe land, ami the bottoms are com original home of the celebrated Captain I tary force as may lie necessary for that professional line. As a result, what do
ramble- ;iHorded him much pleasure,
i posed of the must fertile alluvium. In
we have? Every year from onr col
Gnulnatr <»f tl.»* Medical ('• ; v»«r-ity of lx»ui*vdl»»
i tho valley, wheat, oats, bailey, corn, Jack, are many ranchers who do a little I S ec <i. Tb.it win re the alleged un leges there are large numbers who
K«*ntucky. t all® promptly attend**«! to day «»r
TI M I£H Bl I li I )I NG
■ potatoes, hay, etc., yield abundantly, farming iu connection with their stock lawful inelosure includes less than one graduate into theological seminaries,
business. It is only «luring the past j
law ami medical schools. Only a few
I I k * Ì«»I1«'V»ing is a li’t "t the roml -up« r- ' ami anything lo-s than a half a crop
DR. GEO. KALLER.
A’<I h ^r» ;«* v«ii
«>f P rfunv rj, commun nml
few years that much effort lias be« n hundred a'nd sixty acres of land, no are content with a tr»«l*. I do r.ot
iippolntctl rcuPiitly by the < uiinty ' has never been < xperienced during the
r««.b t Sf»»ip, "tf.
• M K'UX\ ILl.K, ÜKEíiOX,
i thirty years of cultivation. Twenty made to raise grain and vegetables, and visions of this act without authority mean to say, by any means, that this is
P II TN I C I A N *fr S !’ K G E ON,
» r* Fr» '« pilon c.trvl’ulh ¡.r» |»itn <l b\
< «»inini-si<»iiurs of Josephine.
Du L W. ROBINSON.
j bushels of wheat to tho acre is consid- as these have met with gooil success, from the Secretary of the Interior.
wrong, but that there is very little at
District No. 1. Jobli Goings ;
Ih Rr»i»iiiMH)'ai)!!,«•«• in Drim Stör«-.
i ered a very unsatisfactory crop, while there will undoubtedly bn much more
e;is Alni" ; N«». 3. Jas. Neeley . No. I A II.
S ec . 7. That nothing herein shall tention paid to th« fact that one should
i as high as sixty bushels have been re-
DiieaMM of women nr I ch '.dren a •p»«ciult>
affect any pending suits to work their first fimi for what he is best suited iu
< ;ir«on ; N«>. ."», E«l. Bri» ker No. I*. David
C m II m promptly ntt»*i d««i to. ia> or nitfhU
alized. Barley aud oats produce pro- The climate is s imew luit different from discontinuance, but ns to them hereaf life ami then go ahead if possible. If
Bundi. No. 7, <1. \V. Lewi-, Jr.. Na K, W.
Otti« ® at Dru*: St«»r-.
portionately well, and potatoes aud that in Rogue river valley, just across ter they »hall Do prosecute«! an.l de- you ire fitt** i by talents and tastes for
j Win,«! No 9, John H.¡Il. No 1" I ’ L
corn urn of especial excellence ami I the mountains, being warmer in sum-' termineil neder the provisions of
< >n the Linkville B< ;.d
W H. FLANAGAN. M. D .
thin a minister, lawyer, doctor or journalist,
■ mer aud colder in winter, less rain at i
(irceli N»‘ 11..L > AV. Smith; No. 12 <» yield abundant crops.
on th it )• t your energies be e.incentra-
P H ¥8 ICI A N AND «S U R (I E O N.
TEN MILES FROM ASHLAND, W 1.» ni-, >r , N" 13. T. <L Hannon N«’
lhe foothills furnish grazing of the
ted. S*tme of you have talents for
L. B. TL < KT IL l‘rvpi i«»t<»r.
finest quality, ami there are in the
business, architecture and mechanical
H<- return« <1 tv in* >id h«»rn<* at
county about 3D.D00 sheep,ID,(MM) cattle, 1 «if Eastern Oregon. There is much
pursuits. Thon by all meaus folio*
Grant'» Pass. -
5JHM) horses and 15,(100 hogs. Great
that in which yon can be in< st success
Phi« Ho*« l La« r«*o«*ntly b».*«*n inu« It enlarged
B. F Miller. pr<»privb»r•»( the w. Il kiiowu attention ha» been paid to the improve 'can b<* used for grazing or for farming, Secretary Lamar's action has paralyzed ful. There is just as much need of
An-I is now ,«r *p • I ' ; : »n ', i - pt< L >- »• .
mid improved, nr.d nww ha» piensan* i ml
('alls pro upth r—;
iH hour*», day or
lhe good, fine business men, architects and
Sardine < rvek nurM’rirs. lias a large ami meiit of stock, an.l tome of the best i an irrigating «liteh being often a neces flic duties of the department
night. I »die** a* 11« • dru. - «re.
ultra assortment nf young tree«, wliirh he horses and sheep iu Oregon are to be sary adjunct to a farm. Tin re are al» ■ chiefs of the different bureaus, the prin mechanics, as of lawyers, doctors, min
cipal clerks in the State Department isters or journalists. l)o not think al
DR. J- BKOWN.
Fino dairy cattle business opportunities.
will >« ll in «piantitius to suit custonier*. fonnd in this region.
A» «1 ♦*x«,«*llont accomnif’dation« for gn»*»»tH
and at the White House were iu the ways one must have a college educa
II«' will furnish choice trcc^ of every kind are kept, and the dairy products are
DEUTSCH E It A R ZT.
The eftunty of Lake embraces that habit of rilling down to their office» in tion to tit lnm for business. A college
aii'l gn <i .Tilt»«" *:iti>f;i<'tion
Mr M s rv|> among the best in the State. It is a
Will prartic»- nail ho-nicl).- . -
■ !’ j -..-1
illation i* t«»«) wid<"-pn«i'I to need any ru« - well-known fact that the finest fiavore 1 region of large lakes lying on the Cail- ; elegant coupe*. The vehicles were very education is well in its way, but for the
Pueuiuema. Lung F'-vr. i>n<*
oninu ndation from u<.
Siwml'l gi\- the«»»
lion, Catarrh, «Mr. Inn»- i.a>i
i o bill» will
grapes of California are produced on forma horder and between tlio connti- s stylish ami tliedrivers were in gorgeous majority of the boys there is only n
be «av»«i by comma ’»» rr nt
the sunny slopes of the foothills, ami of Klamath ami Grunt Topographi-1 livery. Those aiinointad creatures used common school e luc.ition possiblu, be
will guarani«*« to ft if-'t - • «■ f»>r ••.-•iy c»n *.f
FZ MOVS SODA S R NGS
■ ■-• : m -.« .»f any
the conditions there found exist in the cally it is a wrn » «f ridges, rolling lulls ' to drive up to their >>ffi”«s in a fashion fore III *y have to take up aometliillg to
A tri; ! a- ih« y nr»> r.diiiittvd h» ; ■.- -t- - w<3.«i«*rful
kind or char* ter whr h»* -rd
n -i f.k !-
foothill region of Jacksen. The vinus and valleys, all covered with sage brush that tilbsi tbc bystanders with awe. anpp n t themselves, and, if they have
ft» run*. Hi- ift' dn•in- !*<’ :r'|y
off« red for rent at a rcanonalde figure
Pioks, Gold Pans aud Scales.
N<» jc«n - u 11 !*• - j » h r«-tl t<» r» n«l«'r ih«* *•«• «»nrnof
produce large clusters, and the grapes anil bunch grass, interspersed with S* or* t.iiy Li*i* tr has ch'iugeil all thi» ma I * ■: m I use of their privileges, and
ha« ail the pow«*r an«! rincara *7 «nh»T'-! or
is «»no of the best fixations f«»r busi lie*** in
lak«s mid streams, making it one of th« st fir as concerns hit* dopal tmeiit, ami stippieiu'nt th«ir course at s *.i*r»l with
invi.I <!*• ur <*tli -r> p.» -i-ai i urti r««mf«»i-tH’.- «*.
«jniniue. witnwut any of the injur m aft«*r « f-
Ti «* tnh! wil L» «n| pii« •! u-itb thè F»» t m tho Ja«‘ksonvi!lc :m«l will b«* leuscd for any p«*- have a most excellent flavor, being finest glazing regions of Or ■ 'on
tecta. ihhreinji« k»on*die.
It is has al irmed an i sicken.id the dtld<*s of goo 1 rea bug in their after leisure mo-
very juicy and making a superior qual
inr.rkt >. ai <i thè moaritHin and nt reali 1 hi il b«*w-Il
I’««- • --ion an iw* had any tim« af
pre eminently a «look raising region.uml the oth'r departments Helis» order man's, fluty will find in a rhort timo
ìppr»*-« rt» •!. nu trout ioni trame nr»« ubar d.u t
t»*r M.iruh 1. issò, l’or further particular.«
and climate are al-.ov. ry favorable to this industry prineipaiiv o.*cnpi«s the ed the sde of all these gl.tiering char they have made great pr «gross. A <li«
vn«|iiin*«»f the proprietor.
peaches the fruit being superior in fla attention of the people. That agrtctil tots, which were ciriied on the rolls as tiugnislied author has tersely said:
A FULL AND
‘"lrl l*'d tei profitably in tile “vehicles for public use;" ami ho has ••(iieat things are n it ascomplisbe I by
vor, though a trifl.* smaller in size, to
/.»«foi /or Itciit.
and it is equally
• eer- returned to their legitimate employ idle dreams, but by vesrs of patient
Four hundred a« rus of line kiinl. sit the C d.foinia product. The slight 1 vu,l' .'' "* certain,
JT.«* un l**r-i*rtird .-il-r. for --.«Is 1. » 'nrtn of :
ated ¡H .Medi' -; ! |»r« einet. V ill be i'riiG '1 oil touch of fr »tin winter, though too , bun that b.it nttl«-effort in that dire.*- ment the livered tbmkoy» who manned study." -Suudtiy lireukfast "liable.
Ho. I farse!.: ..<n.l
11 l’ °"lv “ tin sime A haly shiver has gone
J. R. HALE,
rt AMinabh* (crins if applied fur > »«>n. i iil.1 to injure the vines or trees, gives !“on 11 ” “s
fl < sr..*» «r< .n fill »i ,-»i. ..-.I i>. i.; w. I-I.
pent uj. through the coterie. Every elegant
to -ow in aratn. f! ■ ■ •* :*r ■ In
< t • ■
«»•<• ■-»< r *.» Hiw.il A Ki* i
Ni.irlv al’ of it is g»»od grain or ««»rn
P erky A dams of Linn county sold
tiua, wifi- » c«std tiw«*!lt'v l««'ti-.' »- *1 *«ft "r
lend l or further I'articulars einpiire nt that of the warmer region» of Califor waters of these lakes will l«o condtl '»e«l' »well in any or all of the departments his tine mare Tuesday to a gcntlemau
ii'K» t.n llttt i rt'ili'r««-
I ..iso tt rf.rssb'AS .f.
over tin* wide stretches of dreary »age | has felt that a blow has fallen. Every
from California. The price paid for
bintier. new stai io
.Irteli’ . ort»*, a M"** »
adapted to fruit culture, ami it is that ¡amis, ami fields of green grass ami one of them has ssitl to himself that the this expensive piece of horseflesh was
■no t me. two sooil T ioa -. ilt'.r tw . id in ft t .«.!
1 Hn« Int» !', n.'><!*• I- rm* ..iliht.-onf* to hi. bt.K'lt anti
1'« k >\u:.—A iir«l-<Liss piano in good class of soil that has been utilized tho nadding
the farintt.4 ui«|ih*nt.-i>t* ' m - is - vj to rn. ;« f. n. PISTOLS.
bits I farm is -it as! *• I- ini'* - »n»’ ..’ I .. k»...o . I
Lakeview is the county stitutions of years are about to lie up ¿15f*1, n little over <1.20 |>er pmnd. A
Ink» - ph': -urt m nf'onurr tl <•
of J.H.C. oi l» r and almost as good as new
For fur- most by fruit growers. In addition to every banal.
■ad I will -ell ’‘
phii.p « « unty ll at he .a pri |*».r< <1 to till nil ortlorr thur pai th uleis enquire at the T ime « « fii« e.
rooted. But Secretary Lamar his made description of this uiare passed the
f,.r »‘.'.nt . tlt.i reason for . Ihca .- : i!. t.i.sli .
grapes and peaches, apricots, pears,
foi >di k*. «I» < f
It m.i-t l«e »ol«t.
.1, N. Tl: 11 l.t »K.
liis little motion, and it seems to be rounds of the papers of the State last
plums, apples, cherries and the small
Antilope. Feb. 6. 1 -M.1,
.Vorfk -4 mrr•«•<»>* Krvictr.
that President Cleveland is quiet year, hence we will only a bl that tho
With all her other troabkw—in Egypt, and Ire. fruits produce abundantly, ami are of the seven year-old daughter of Captain ly backing ati<l approving all he does. extraordinary length of her mane (7
Innd.aud \ mh old England hue alb«> neyn ¡»at*, excellent quality, especially the apples,
Wc are prepared to give close pri« e» ami have faeiltivs for
feet) canned the Mie. We HU larvtxtid
MOULDINGS, PKT UKE MIAMI 8.
me through a Ririuu® agriruhural < ri-iR. mi which which have no
superior anywhere. George H. l'erkinsof the Navy, who is Th • dudes are paralyzed, and no mis th.* purchaser contemplates taking the
the ancient proverbial e«pre**>«m. ’ a« gtM«l ms
furnishing estimates on most anv class of goods.
Anti *»%♦ -rything connected with the bufine»«.
wheat.” h»>t its force, for the price of that •«»».
animal to th" world's fair at New Or
iroBMkSl T v.ssuv'sl
modify touched the luwcet t«>ii t it ha« reached in three or four inches, but rapidly disap $7,(KX).000 in her own name, the amount hampered in this wav. if they cannot lon ns.
the life of this generation. What brought on tho
U1TCELTAKING & EEPAIBIJ’G criRi". what were it« »*1100!«. and what mmodieH pears, while ice never exceeds two inch
have been pmpoHed. are queationa that concern es in thickness, and forms but a few gramlfatlier. William F. Welti of Bos- flunkeys ami be great swells, all at gov-
Sowrgo to church to weep, while
OSEPHINE < "t vn. I HI St I..SI Him lib
th« Ann ri< an almoet a» much aa the Englishman. times during the season. In the moun ton. Mr. Weld was the father of the' eminent expense, why the World must
Lak«* plmwufH in inform:tittle pubiu* that th»»y
' others go to sleep. Some go their
My giM-d« Rre equal to ar.d my | ri< e® a« ow as wheth»*r he be a producer or a cnnMiiuor of wheat; tains, of course,there is more snow and little girl's mother, and when lie died , ’>e coming to an en l very suddenly,
h bv .• rtM •■:»' ly put in a new a I
any in Southern imtun.
wives to pl«*.,«,, their c.onaeience others
four heirs, including the child, came
article Ly Wiiiiam E. Bear, editor of the Mark | ice.
iNMit at th»» «»In pia«’»* on li«>gti»> riv«»r. mi <1 an- ¡» th
gW S'im fat i«»! gì» ar.tr»«I.
J. K. BAI 1*.
I .an«* F xr.r»*a. in the North American Review for
go to ease. Seme go to tell their woes,
partsi to r**rry all whode«iii* to rro»H in « wfe ar
' into possession of the bulk of his for-
A; rd. in the »asm«» numlier. t'barlea Dudley
expuditioa® manner at r:w»«>: ib!»» mt»-. Wcgu
others go to show their clothes. Some
umer pr»*«< nt« an interesting “Study of 1‘ri-tn ' the leading industries sineo tho county .tune ¿28,000,(100, which was dividedthe Columbia will n-ceive only about
CIIY BARBER SHOP. U Management.
go to hear the preacher, others like the
” while lb.bert BuchanriHU. th-- Eng- I was first settled. Iron, coal, copper; ' i"u,p fo«»'
Ji-h ¡ km t. diarUbM«« “Free Th«»ugLt in inieririL ’
solo Hcreocber. Boys goto roc.ounoiter,
T. V. I’owderly “The a rm j of th«* Diwnnteiited." and cinnabar exist in varying quanti-Bn‘* a'“''table residence in liostoii j erage catch is saiil to bo about 1500 girls go because they ought'er. Mauy
." i Cal. Sti eet,
ar.«i Pr««f. Hunt. “How t«> Reform Engli-h K« h «|’- ties.
........ « the mountains
l«qncathe«l to Mrs. Pi-ikins,
mountain* : | was
IVrki»«, wif. fish, rarely above *2500. Each man has
J nek ton i Ille.
i <> reifoi».
mg.” Th«’ other articles are: *T'b«« Lnw * D« Jny.’’ i an«i
ami promises a supply of lumber for . , "f «he
bdtt.OiHI annually, to furnish his own net, which coats g > for »»go reflections, precious few to
«l»v < a ■tain,
by (’ll!» f-Jnotice Tb<in.a». F. ILrci- and “Charac-
Sole Agents for the Oak Valley Distillery Co's.
THE VNDECMI.NED IS EVI.!.) VKEVAHED U natira of Persian Poetry.’* by A. It. Spotfonl. , years
rears to come. Five good Homing
’ h ’ ur-o«l
mil ! about ¿500, and a boat and give one
t.td.. all work ir. hot Ime in t!-*’ •' *’ i» .nn«r«n<l But what will probably attract the nn>t irnmedi- I mills, a largo woolen mill anil several . lionairc heiress until she reaches th» third of the catch to an asiistant. Sal
n i»r. nwisvu
»•I KE HI NTI < Hl ÜHANDS OF
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«:•’ attention in thi»< namber i« thon»*w depart
mon fidnng is not a fat thing
ment of “t’orninerta,” c»»n«i«t;ng of brief « nti- i saw and planiug mills make up the smn I (•g,,l «6«* ami claim* her millions.
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in- rn fonnd to b.* mndi more tasting
r;t*ni« of article* that have »«| ij <‘ hfo «I in th«' Re ' of manufacturing enterprises. Tboreis’
ole..»« to under-
..«.-1«.»- , ’ p dvaniz»«l wire, although farm««
view. Murat Halrttad'a ¡«»litivai attic!«* in the
| T he N» w York !!’«•/</ expresses sr take it. l.rt year about 35(i0 boats. •'
March number u* b» re (iiacuMcd b> three wr.u-r« un abundance of good water power.
• ordinarily pay a cent p**r ponn.l more
a D» in««« rat, a it« t ’iblican. and an Independent
Good improved farming land can bo fear thatoui Uncle lienjamiu may break is claimed that nearly 500 V*« their for the latter. Tho zinc coating on the
i’VnoSF INDEBTED'!'«» I HE UNDERHliiNEI*, R»'piibh; an. Rickatd IL Si<gddMrd comment«
N JL'I.Y 'Mth the ‘.n.iter-isnisl lost u pro» iraori
witl. a go« d deal of feeling on Max Mipb-r’-
■ota ui Jaclaranville. drawi m h » fstur %»
galvanized wire becomes removed from
. ;u»««l- he a ’11 i.ik- •’« ¡ *
i NrOR< t ‘Buddhi«t Charity,” ar. I other correspondent« a ft w choice places would command inasmuch as he has said that Cleveland's receive newspaper notice.
Mifurat of th.* e-tat» ut Keel *r lè.l.t. Tt. fot
place*, when the iron rust* vary quickly
(Dilb’CtH'U. Thi® lw ì«H*!tl V«'¡ ) ttll* llk*t XlotlC«- .’.1.(1 j taketLia nieaaant «»j jM.rtnnitj to offer a single I"'
at.150. The tiiK«'.*r mil t»* snitalcy r.-wiml- <1...
a higher price.
lands, not so well ......
Al*o proprietor® of th»» celeb rut»*« I HIBERNIA B1TTFRS«
m ronrequenc* of th° electric Currents
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VROKKM1U,KIU I | thought w):cre an extended article wlxmld. ¡« r- improved, but jwst ns fertile, and in I “stake-and-rider ’ the funce.
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ha|«». fiind neither room nor Hinder®.
Utwit'» Pa»»- Jalr a* **«.
' that arc dcvelojKj by the two rnotalt.
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Southern Oregon will have a hoom in
tpiartz mining soon.
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