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JACKSONVILLE!! OREGON, FRIDAY. MAY 20, 1887
STATE OF OREGON.
U. S.Seustom. J. H. Mitchell. I. N. IMph,C..n-
<r.*w>'nan. U. Hermann; Governor. S. Pennoyer;
Secretary of Slate. ii«or«« W. McBride; Stat« Of Southern Oregon are hereby informed that i i
Tr«.wxur«r. Geo. W. Webb; State Printer. F. < .
addition to a large and elegant line of
Raker; Simt. Public imtraction. E. B. McElroy;
Supreme Judaea. W P. Lord. Chief Justice w.
W. Thayer. It. S Strahan.
SPRING! 1887 SUMMER!
A CHILD’S SKIN !
and Scalp Covered
lllE o. d c.
i ri> HlsrORV, VALl E ANP EXTENT—
T1IE ROAD HAS NOT BEEN
HE A I. ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
The following deeds were recorded in
the office ot tiie county clerk of Jackson
county for the month of April:
John 1*. Walker to Minus Walker; 40
acres in section 16, T. 3H, S R 2 E. Con
15. W. I»ean, sheriff, to John Tamper;
jirojierty in Jacksonville.
Isaac E. Shaw to Peter Sinfou; land
in Sec. 34, T 35, SKI W. Considera
B. W. Dean, sheriff, to Julia D. Ed
wards, the south half of Thus. Hop
wood's D. C. No. .V», T 37, S K 2 W.
Mary A Davison to Herbert E. Law;
pr**]K*rty near Medford. Consideration $1.
A. D. Helms to Sarah Stouglit; prop
erty in I’im-nix. Consideration |2-5O.
J. \\ . A Inuit to J. 8. Walter; property
in Ashland. Consideration $400.
A. S. Jacobs, late sheriff, to Khoda
1 »unlap; 320 acres in Secs. 10 and 15, T
35, S R 2 E. Consideration *1,100. -
Wh«l »be Futura xriU Ps te TbSSSWlG
Befase ta Baller*,
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I* this country unconsciously andsr
In 1S«7 eongre.-s gave a giant of land
going a wonderful change, is the chan«»
two dintinet conipaniew for the pur
with JLczeuiutous a»ci os to
to take place before we are aware of th*
pose of building and joining their re
and ciOi'eB Cured by
fact, and when it has taken place will wt
GRANDEST & LARGEST COLLECTION
spective roads so as to make a continu
riUHT JCDlClAl. DtSTklCT.
wonder why we did not see it hefore i
Comprising Jack—in, J»w«'phii>«. Lak« and
ous line from Portland to this city. The
Kfainath counties: Circuit Jinlie. L. K Webster;
was too late ?
\l Y little eon. aged eight jcaiw. ha« been niiiict- Oregon A t alilornia Railroad Company
Llistrict Attorney. W M Colvin.
Those that see th* change* early avail
AL tx! with hcz'uiia <»f th«* rcalp. and at tiiim« a wan to build from Poflland to tiie south
s veasos oou-erv.
early, and thereby receive
Senator. A.»'. Stanley; Repreeentativ«». J. T.
hi in« ear«, and exteu'i'd to ern State line of Or-gon, whiiih was to
Boeditch. It. A Miller;County Jndae. E. D“P«atl;
I’omim—*ionera. Kenj. Haymond. S. A. Carlton;
The shrewd iron man sees the iron
and «orcs, and iroin widen a Micky thud poured distance i* 361 miles, ami for every 20
Youth's Suits, breast 33 to 37 iueb«s, 8.00.
Clerk, W. H. Parker; Sh«rifl. II. 'V. Dean; I rra»-
out. cauMiig iuten«o itchmg and diatiee», anti
interest transferred from Pittsburg and
urer, N. Finlisr; AMttwaor, J. M (’hihiora; Schoo)
Both Knit and Muslin.
Mens’ Heavy Suits, §10.0) and! 12.00.
leaving hi» hair mailed and lttele»». Lndcr*
Pennsylvania to Birmingham, Alabama,
Hup”rint»»n»i»*Mf Win. Pne»t.Surveyor, F. A. Eng
iH’ufli thru scab» tlm bki»« waw raw. lik»* a beef it a- to receive 256,000 acies of land, or
lish ; Coroner. K. Pryce.
I’otir-bnttoti Cutaway Suits,lino
and in Ins far-sigbtedn*** see* the fur
st* ak. (irauuaily the hair rani«* out and waa «»• • 12,000 acres for every mile of track.
troy»-«!, until but n t-nial) patch wa» leit at th«*
nace* in Pennsylvania tom down and
HenMtor. H. A. Miller; linpreMntativa, 8. U.
lbe terms of the original grant ex
descried for thi* new and prolific field.
Mitofifll; »’ounty Jmige. V.rolvig; (*ommi»»i<»n-
ers, 8 M«*»»*enger, J. M. Payne; Clerk. C. K
It is claimed by the iron men of Ala
ity or price.
wmiJd «« rat« ti til« h«*ad until hl« pillow war« cov- have th** right to select the laiul from
Chanalnr; Sheriff. T G. Patteraon; Treasurer. J.
er«4l with bi.«»<l. Ina. dio ti»* tn- hand« behind
bama that the low price at which iron
W. Howard; V»u»»*or. J. P. Lewi»: Schon! Mu
B30TS and SHOES.
luui. anti in many way« to prevent hi« «cratching;
can bs produced there will revolutionize
t»erintendent. E. F Hathaway; Surveyor. W. F.
but it wa« m» u«»*. I»«* would »ciHtcii. 1 t«»«»k him right of selection covered all tin: *«l*l sec
Aanndar»; Coroner. Dr. Kremer.
the iron interests of the world.
to tn«* hospital an<i to tiie I»'*»* physicians in Pea- tions for a distani*** of twenty miles **n
Under! yeur» old
b<sty without «u«’««-.-»» Ai»out ttiis inn«*, som»*
We have seen the grain-growing cr
J»»int Senator. C. M. Cartwright of Waaen; K«p A beautiful line of
frirpdiq who im«i been cun«! by tlm Cuticura
tere of this country «bitted to th* Wi er.
r*w»ntative.K. McLean of Klamath; County Judge.
<i. W. Smith. CommiBHionwra. J L. H«nk«. H.
We have seen the pork-pscking industry
gau to ucu ibtDi on l.iiu on the 15lu oi January
A. Ena mitt: Clerk. W. Hale;8h*riff. M. D. Chil-
m • to it,
*---- .-»u atuw'01-------“---------- ---- —-
Rboda Dunlap to Susan Hukill and flu from CfocinnwH te Chicago, and from
d»»rw; l rHaaurer. G. T. BalJwi t; A««e*«»»r. K. B.
tvrh rtinov. .
CousiMtiiig of Lido wl 8i 1 k
Jos. F Kelley; 320 acres in Secs. 10 and thence to Kansaa City and Omaha
Hatton; Sx’twkol StADftriiileadent. W. E. Greene;
oil Hie «cuip to feil tti«* «torj «»t Iu« «ufferihg. His large number«, or on account of an
i HerncmSer, these ich M« are new and bought since
Surveyor, R. 8. Moore.
Lair na« returned, an«! i« thick ami »troLg. and abundance of mineral lands, which were 15, T 35, S K 2 E. Consideration *1400. Southern cotton mill* 'undersell N*w
LAI ■ COUNTY.
Li« »call» a« .■'W»-«*t and chum a« any child « m »he
Wallace Bruce to J. M. West and E. England and American markets, and
Senator, C. M. Cartwright of Wwct»; Repreaen (»LOVES.
woiiu. I cannot «ay enough to express inj grati excepted from the land grant, then the Senter; property in Ashland. Coosid1 challenge the world
tative, R. McLean of Klamath; County Judge. A.
Fitts Comuuaeioner«. (ieo. M. Jone*. C. Loftu»;
We have eeen and ar* seeing all this
liemedivM, and wish ail «imiiarlj uffhcu»d to farther, *>r thirty miles on cither side of eration *1100.
Clerk W T. Boyd; Sheriff. A. J. Charlton; Trea«-
know that my stutennmt 1« true ami without ex
W. H. Atkinsun to Ciata E. Payne; tak* place before our eye*, and know
urer \ Mei ’alien: School Superintendent, A. H.
< haa . M c K ay ,
Fiaher; A«-*e«**or. O. L. Stanley.
projierty in Ashland.
Considération that other change* abé taking place
Oct. (i lbb’».
Peabody, Wai s
acre« |ter mile. If within that limit
MKKTINU OF OOtTBTH. ITT.
equally as prominent, and we wonder a*
* .Hl.ltrj I’rodlli •• llOUgbt alni -old; six* Wool.
Il JI NN Is-*,
The Supreme Court of Oregon m»‘eta at Salem
Hole-. Enn. and Deer Skiutf Solicit orders for
I have M*«*n Mi. McKay's boy when badly af-
_W. B. Roberts to Samuel Earheart; we behold them. Ten year* ago the in
regular terms commencing on th»» fir«t Monday»
ifici»«d with the Eczema, ii» was a pityful «ight
surance companies only required an
in March and October.
oth»*r thing« too nnrn»»r<»u« to mention.
!<> look at 1 know that he ha» tried «»ur br«t [•any had to remain satisfied with what 152 acres in T 37, S R 1 W. Considera analysis of the fluids when they were
Circuit Court for Jackson connty me»‘t-'th> And many
I hare also Merurnd the «»»rvicw of a
phvnicians, and dnl all a father could do for a they could get. There was no difficulty tion *6,500.
second Moniiay in January, fir«» Monday in May
»utL-inig child, but avail«*«! nothing. 1 know th«j
Mary A. Davison to A. M. Wilson; taking insurance for very large amounts.
and <October; for Josephine. «»M*on«l Monday in
staieui»*utb he has made you as regards the cur in this respect along the Oregon an.l quitclaim deed to 37.90 acres in Sec. 25,T To-day no tirst-clas* company will insure
April and first Monday in Novenab» r; for Klam
m »> t»\ your ( uticura reim^livs are tru»* < aiifornia road.
ath. second Monday tn June and fir-.t Monday in
any amount unless they have a rigid
37, S R 2 W. Consideration *1.
in • \ ry parti« uhii.
W.J. Aic< Aiil li Y,
September; for Like «ec»»nd M mday iu Febru
THE LAPSE ( AI »Ell in « II \.X«.L.
And ain pr«*uar»<l t»> «xeeute all order» in tliHt
«3 Foster 8t., Peabody. Mass.
A. M. Wilson to Jno. W. Short; quit analysis of the fluids passed, and if any
ary an»I third Monday in August.
in hrst-ciurt» »tyle h ( r»tt»onabl* rate*.
traces of certain disorders are apparent,
For Jackson county the County, Probate and line
t all and h » m » me at the building formerly occu
S-«l»l » v* i v wh’-re. Price: ( uticnia 5tJ < • nt«: given went to work arid built a |M*rtioii claim deed to 37.90 acres in Sec. 35, T37, the application is rejected. In their re
C»»mmi«-*ii»ner«' court« meet every month, com pied
by A. L. JohiiMiii on California street.
< uttciir.i 8«»ap. -■» < <-nt«. ( uticura li«*««»l‘ vi-. ot th** road. Il then bceame bankrupt S R 2 W. Consideration*!.
m»»ncing with the fir«t M»»n»iay; for Jo««*phin”
MILS. P. P. PlilM.
'1. ' . I’r -par.-dby th.- P«jnull Diit’o \ nim ilE'i-
I. J. Phipps to Eunice Ogan . property ports they almw that the death of sixty
county, the first Monday in January, \pril, July
and -old all of its rights and privileges to
t«M. ( <»., b»»«ion
and September; for Lakeeoonty. »»very alt»Tnate
! ■>' every Ilk) people in this country, is
near Medford. Consideration, *50.
due either directly ot indirectly to such
month, commencing the nr«t Monday in January.
.««ml for ,,li»»w lot uk - «kin D»*<* ms ««.'
«’. B. Kingsbury to J. S. Walter; prom
For Klamath county theftr«t Wednesday ¡u March.
company Guilt as far a- A bland, which
disorder* The Brompton Hospital for
ertv in Ashland. Consideration *<»00.
.June. September and November.
I I iwl mid Lalo H iliii <»!«. u - «■ Culicura Soap. is HI miles south of roitJand and 2'1
AT THE SAN EHAM 1SI O
H*nry Gregg to Kaspar Kubli and Consumptives, Ixmdou. England, reports
miles fiom the < alilornia State line. I’.v
that sixty of every 100 victim* ot con
John Bolt ; 160 acres in Sees. 2-.I, 32 and
tl <- ti..... this was completed tIn* road
sumption also liave serious disorder* of
T.'Is. SR4 W. Consideration*.5M.85.
had obtained patents liorii tin* govern
J. T. Reno to D. R. Mills; pro|*erty in
lU»«-uiiiuti«m. Neuralgia .Sciatic. 8u*l- ment lor I 3o2.r«lil acres of lai.*!. This
Among scientist* for Uie treatment of
Ashland. Consideration *3,000.
P. P. PRIM.
lliis dread malady the question i* being
W-akfit-N«.* r» Iffv'il id on«- minti?'- was prior to l-s i. and 'line that time
next noon to r. o.
•I.T. Reno to D. R. Mills; quitclaim
th’ < " icura lmti-1'ain I'ia-t-;. the remaining I«irti*ui <>t the road from
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOK-AT LAW,
• leed to property in Ashland. Consider
Ashland to the State line has never
at tlir < >1<I Stand of
“ I* not this disorder the real cattle ol
H.-i.. . :»i... .
THIS HOU8F HAS BEEN THOROUGHLY
G. S. Butler to G.E. Billing*; quit
Ten years ago the microscope
I fitted up with new and «-lt'daiit furniture ami
The building of tin* portion of the road
Thirt is th»» place to get your
claim deed to property in Ashland. Con something seldom found in a physician’s
Will practice in all the Courts«»f the State Otficf • i« second to none «»»ulh of Portland.
lying in this State was undertaken by
m the Court House, hrwt door to the 1« ft of »»'i j Special pai » taken in making commercial
. now every physician of standing
the < alitornia .k Oregon Railway Com
■ travelers f«*»-l at home.
Jas. Thornton to A. M. Russell; quit ba* one ami seldom visit* his patient*
<4^** Fhe table« are supplied with the bet-t «»f
pany, which was compo-ed. a-is well
claim deed to property in Ashland. Con without calling for a sample of fluid* for
til*! I»eilt .•tided for «ale at
! everything the market afford«.
E- DePL ATT.
known, ol Mes.-rs. Stanford, t r*x kerand
Huntington. Tin* grant of land * xtended
Martha W. and Marietta Hargadine
Why is all thi*? I* it possible that We
from Roseville, on the Central Pacific
and A. P. Hammond to J. H. Mayfield; of the present generation are to die ol
main lino, to the northern .state line, a
pro|a*rty in Ashland.
Consideration disease* caused hv kidney disorder*' or
distance of 2U5 miles. It was to receive *1,000.
■hall we master tiie cause by Warner’s
the same number of acres |«*r mile on
(Vili nm-’tice in all ' ' » irta of th • Stat»». Odi»*« in
J. K. Morrison to L. C. Rainiev; 4<1 safe cure, the only recognized specific,
O»i»i Fvll«»w’s building, up «taira.
acres in Sec 13, T 34, S R 2 W. Consid and thus remove the efli-cta? It iaestab-
as tin* eompanv in < »regon.and was to l*e
W. R. ANO .EWS.
liehed beyond a doubt that a very large
Gent's Furnishing Goods.
cemplet**il at the-am** tim<*—'•ctoliet I.
Are You Bilious?
C. Morrison to J. R. Morrison; 401 percentage of death* in thi* country are
I-' i. The portion of tin* r..: I tram Ro,-. -
ATTORNEY à COLNSELOR-AT-LAW
I Ami ♦*v«*rything usually found in a ht>4-cla«e>
//«• /*• fjulator m v »• J ih I m fo cure. 1 in t
acre- in Sc.- 13, T754, S It 2 W. Consi 1- traceable to diseased kidney*.
Lh-rr!.;'’y ret ir.rntnfl it t> all »h • iifP.r fr-.-iu
vine jiincti*'li t*> Ri* I lirg vx i- th** old;
Variety 8<««rc. Also,
J.1« MaWNVIl.LK. <»H
year* the proprietor« of Wainer * naf«
I .?•• us Altax.k> i r any J>iM.a»c caused lq a da-
pait completed iu tinie. II.- i;.-t.uice i'
‘\l YTHE FINEST WINES MQl OHS \ND
.uranged *tate < f the Liver
J ' ’ < ow les to t'lias. Tiee ; pru|s*rty in cure haxe l*een insisting that there is no
CHOICE FRUITS IN SEASON.
about lil miles ami tin i-onipany ob
• ig ar» kept on ••and. and a first-cla** hilliurd
K assas (.u v, Mi
Will practice in all th« Court, of th« State
sound health when the kidneys are dis
tained its patent' I* l,7‘lJ,ou.i a--ns of Me li* i I
;<“l»ifi-« with DiW riet Vt>rn*-y. Court Hou»«. i table is connected with the saloon. The lending | Our goo«l- ar««th** be-t and guaranteed as repre-
John Byers to Jas. Gaines; |*ro|*erty eased, and they entbusiaaticallv press
¡»apereof the day »•■in als«» be found on the read, I «ent»-«i. Prices low. a* wo do not propose to ht»
Do You Want Good Digestion ?
land. Ol th** n m lining *l:-tan**e aliov«
in Medford. Consideration *2,100.
J. R. NEIL
I s'iffi’r. i mD Rsi !y uith f'ttll Sltnnnch
their specific for this terrible disorder
Ra iding 115 miles have Ire. n huiil, or to
The proprietor is also sole agent of
achf,tD. .1 kt :<jhhor, .ih', had taken Simmnn.'i
I. .1. I’hipps to Julia A. Edwards; prop upon public attention. We are con
I Medford for the Celebrated Rogue River Whis-
within ten miles of the state lim .
I ’ ■ r h'tguLit'A . toLl
. * :■ <i\ a su/e rio» fur my
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR AT LAW
erty in Medlord. Consideration *175.
tinually hearing its praises aouudej.
The first (it-se 1 to6k relicvtd Nte 'rry
liarlv in the p eselrt yeai th.* < alifor-
The saloon will always be found vpen at the ar
A. It PliipiH. to Julia A. Eiinatils;
• . '. time I\ oe m tteoof nd
This means wonders!
nia anil Oregon people pur* based the
rival of all trains
/< I' th' l>< .st lie flic me
Cannot the proprietors of this great
1 errr huth jt. r Dyapt pein.
| **rti ui of the road iu Oregon, so that | pro|«*rtx neat Medfonl. Consideration
remedy, who liave been warning u> ot
— TO «Li YOUK—
Ri hmond .V a .
//. (7. C/?E.VSH.IIT.
Will practice in all thu Court« of 11 - State. *> tic«
the whole line is now un ler their con
Constantine Magruder tuJ. I'. Smith; the danger, tell us how to avoid* diaeas«
|n buililing opposite Court Hou—*, conisi C and
trol. For the pa't eight niontlrs the
Do You Suffer frum Constipation ?
that at first is so nuini)>urt*nt, and is sc
company has Keen working hard to make property in Central Point. Considera
i«.-t''-i ¡¡y f Hi m XV ahsfk , Chief-Ju-tice f
fatal in its termination' Are we to hope
* •' “1 hav • ! > :n,n- Liver Regulator for
W. F. WILLI\MSON.
the d**'in-1 conn, i ti ii! a* Ashland and
(. i ’ ti
‘ \ B ■ ’ , caused by •* temporary
1. W. Ellis toC. II. Cox; bond for deed against hope, and wait without our re
Imp** to have it completed hv th** end of
Derangement • the Liver, t r the last three or
ATTORNEY A COVNSELOR-AT-LAW.
for 12il acres in Sec 28, T 3-5, S R 4 W. ward ?
k .r y_...s, ...
.t\- trith dreidrd benefit.**
next summer. Tin* total di'tanee is »156
The most significant of all changes,
miles, and tin* total amount ot land
OOXE IX —
Have You Malaria ?
A. s. Jacobs, late sheriff, to Haymond however, that we of tu-xlay can note is
granted to assist in its construction is
radical change <<f view to which the
A Magruder; 1.5!) acres, more or less, in
Ail hanntM in my line will receive prompt at
la.* ' « 1 ■
i.ii.l it fix fhx gr^ntr/ff
s.J’.Hi, hoo acres. Of thisamjunt *1,144,-
public has been educated; It wa* torni-
hi - 'i'-iitt
tm/ tinifi fur disectftee prm»
HO I a» res have already been d
erly thought that the kidney* were of
tl f.y iHH. I,.. g,la n.edi-
H. K. HANNA.
tlm road,- leaving 2.2o2,S:)0 acres for I
'¡‘ ?<’5. r- .•» i.r ”-»■»</' <• ni’G/nJ.vifor
Sam* to llaymoii'l A Magruder; 166 very small important*, to-day, w* be
/ A 5! /; WHlff Toy.
which patent.« are still to Is* obtained.
actes in S**e «, T .15, S It 2 W. Con Heve, it is generally admitted that there
ATTORNEY <t COUNSELOR AT-LAW.
C r. e - <
flupt ¡st Theological Semifiury.
— AND AT—
Ihi* latter all lies lietween Redding and
can be no eurh tiling as sound health in
Safer and Better than Calomel!
Same to J. A. Rulil; property in Jack- i any organ if they are in the least degree
» ■r snells < •( Congr-tion
sonvilk*. Consideration *1,000*
THE LOWEST RATES.
”i n tr.e habit of taking
It is thi* jiortion that Congri-'sman Hen
HhU practice in all th? ‘,'onrU of the State
C. A. Inloxx to A. R. Sfoomaw ; prop
mel, u hich g» nerally Lid
f »Üce up stair« in Orth • brick.
v- I ately 1 have been
/■KÍ7/ * JAA7AG’.
erty near Ashland. Consideration *2,07-5. I
cause it was not constructed within the
itlaV'r,which gave me rc-
H. I! Miller toC. W. Skecl; property
C. LEMPERT. M. D..
Th** following timely t«tigge«tioHs by a
in Medford. Consideration *210.
bill to that effect was introduced by him
tiia»luat? of the l'elvenltÿ of Lripsir. Germany
Benj. Hardman to Mrs. S. Whitney;] I ‘‘Citixeii” are commended to lbe car**
< ¡7? . Philadelphia. Pa
2.12 acres near ModforJ. Considera * ful |H‘iusal of our numerous reader« .
• all« reep«»nde«l to at all hour», »lay or night.
Why a cannery for preserving fruits
Otti«-* opposite Hlover’w Hotel, Jacksonville.
I X* I II I XIX I V V I I I V
I M'KSOXVII.I.E. OREGON.
1). L. Curtis t<> Sing Tue; pnqs-rty in 1 grown in Douglas count}* has not been
Tin- defense of the railroad pc .pie is
starteil li**re in Roseburg can only I hj
•laek'onx ¡lie. Consideration *50.
DR. W SiANFIELD.
that although t!*.-y have I«** o tardy in
Write for t ata!vgue. A'idrca« • Hlu-r FltiMi KKOS. IMI’L. CO., Fortland, Or., or
C C. Beekman to Jas. Hamlin; quit accounted for by a want of enterprise on
claim deed to the umliviiled one-halt of the |>art of our citizens. We can grow
< HOM Hil l Hl A BIRIisEY, Agent», Jackeunvilb
to ki*.*p good ta;th*vv:th tie govi rrnm-lit,
all ti*e fruits in abundance that an* usu
320.4 • acres in Secs 6 ami 7. T 38, S R I
H m » ’orated in Talent. Or . for the practice of
which has not suffered by tiie d* lay
ally canned for domestic use, such a*
W. Consideration *250.
h*fl_profe«’*i,*n Mak»* all chronic di»*vu*e*. such
K»*i»« the larged Mock of
caused in building the r*>ad through. In
an Rheun.a» imol . Asthma. File*. Kidney Diseant*.
< liven Conner to S. J. Day; pro|»eity |ieaclies, ]<ears, plums, prune». cherri<*s
I»ver Complaint*. Ac., a specialty.
a»*! the small
Miiall fruits, tomatoes, |*eas,
near Jacksonville. Consideration *10*1. and
!pmi* s neither one had th*: right to ex
I tines of goods, which we can sell cheaper than
lhey »resold anywhere tn southern Oregon.as we
J A. Ruhl toC. Wiutjen ami Mrs. H. < oni and < ucunibers for pickles, etc.
L. L. WHITNEY M. D.
Now this fait, taken into consideration
have but very few expenses. All kinds of pro
i .'■-tale lim- and into the grant of lam! I»e- Helms : property in Jacksonville. Con with the fact that great quantities of
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, duce taken in exchange anti
F. Galloway to Hattie F. Andrews; |canned hulls are consumed by our eitr-
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
Eagle Point, Oregon.
VINSS AND SHRUBBERY
Consideration ' z.eus, it becomes a matter of surprise that
our citiacns, usually sharp to jierceive
Having located at thia place I ask a »hare of
the patronage of this »ection. Calls attended to
D. High aud Robert Taviortoll. s. op|*ortiitiitics. will allow such a one to
Evans: proja-rty in Ashland. Consider esca|ie them for so long a time. There
is no doubt that a fniit cannery in Rose-
GEO- O. DeBAR, M. D .
I I . M 9 ..1.1.1 1... n
I . . .1 — — * —- 7 **** A
\. II. Simpson to Samuel < ozzeus; ■ bnrg would la* a good and paying invest-
P H Y S I C I A N A N D N I' R G F. O N ,
About twenty yonr- apr. 1 -'JuroverYvl a little
prufierty in Jacksonville.
Consid<*ra- ment to the one who should engage in
it, Fwsides being a lasting good to the
sort* on my ch<- k, and • p c.'etors pronounced
tion *I< hi .
Jacksonví le. Oregon
K cancer. I have tr|.- ; a n-tmb.-rof physicians,
Jas. T. Glenn to G. Karewski; property country at large.
The opjiortun’ty is now befote sour**
—*t rwidiace California street. **ntl*w*- t
but without receiving anj p rmanent »»cncflt.
near Jacksonville. Consideration *73.70.
enterprising man with a little capital,
of th»» court-house. » ***** promu«•> irkm »—
Among the nunibt r w eri- ->r e t»r two specialists.
to.day and night
H eath « of the A i - okti er .— The fol i and what is far more necessary, a little
The medicine th -> applied wmi like fire to the
LVG Ell SOLL koi
n altvi that time nn-
lowing brief history of the a|«j«tle« tuny energy and business qualifications.
•m came int»» their
It connection uith a cannery, a fruit
« K. XUUNG. st D-.
be new to those whose leading has not
In the papers t. i! iik m I it s s. S. had done for
dryer could Is* pnyfitaaly operated, with
EV J) 117/7 /< KOEE--SEH 'LIL 77 ES.
rHYÜlClA» ANO SU Ki; EON,
been ex angelical;
Z D. HY1>E.
others slniilarly fi’l t< <i. 1 procured someat
St Mathew is 0up|,oscd to liave suf out a .ljubt. It ie a shame that a coun
SOLE AGENTS FOR
on»-*. Before I had used the second lx»ttle the
,nu!t M ost favorite resort h ts h .* ’ s
fered martyrdom or was slain with a 1 try i*oem*ssing the excellent fruit-growing
Central Point, Oreeon,
qualities of Douglas is allowed to go un
1 thoroughly refitted and furm?»h»-<i m thn most
nt'lghlM»r« could n-■(!<•»• that my cancer was
sword at the city of I'.thiopia.
nufO«t»*.f th« Mniiod ü.ùv»r.ity »1 L*>ui«ill«. modern *tyle. including a fine billiard tab)»'. Fhe
St. Murk was dragp'd through the improved, when there is such a univer
K«n. i oky. CwllB promptly »ttcod«*l to d«y or
streets <>i Alexandria, until he expired. sal demand for our dried anil preserved
f.»r two <»r thr» < »•■ r-» ! I.a>J a hacking cough
St. Luke was hanged it|»oii an »»live fruits. California cannot excel us ui
fruit growing, except, perhaps, iu ap-
I Plo*'K M t.
h.. I’ 'IF. Hit. M.
tree in Greece.
Residence on < 8t
pain In my i r. v-t. Aft» r taking six !>,in-sof
BEER and CIGARS.
SI. John was put in a cauldron of fxril- prieots, nectarines and some varieties of
ON WILLIAMS CREEK,
S. S. S. my cough b rt n-.e and 1 grew stouter
ing oil in Rome, l>uteaea|ied death. He | grapes; and yet that State has her
PitfCE A OEARY.
anil the leadiiig ¡»ttpera canalway» le* f»nui»l on
• Portland. Oregon
and is flood-
No. tt« North Front Streit
than I had ■ n f<-r “rvcrnl 'rar*.
Which they have thoroiighly r»movnled and fitted
aftcixx.ii.I- died a natural death ai Ephe cauncries ami fruit dryers,
ami most improved machin
I tng our markets with her good» by the
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
Hpecial pain« taken!»» a» c»»iuni'»date palrou» up with th»»
has healed ov« 1! hut n ItttJc spot
sus in Asia.
and visitor«. Call aud »» e m»‘.
St. .lames the Groat was I «'headed at use of a little energy, skill and enter
siz» ■ f <i !
quently prepari-d to promptly fumibh
prise, while we Oregonians sit idly by
lug 1 would .. !' re <>' ’ y >ne with cancer to
bewailing our condition waiting and
O®**«, in William»' Urick Huil.ling Lp-*tair*.
St. James the Less was thrown from a
give s. K. s a f-ir trial
hoping against hope that something by
T. J. CRESS.
M rs . NAN» V J. M. CONAVi’.IlEY,
i and by will occur to lift us out of this
¡•eaten to death with a fuller’s club.
Stich a*- llii-'ti» . i liMiritig. ('riling. Matched and
slough of despondency.
A’»be ,.r< ve, TIpixH-aiivi Co., Ind.
Surface Lumber of fill (liiiirn»ioDH and of hr**t-
st. Phillip was hanged up against a
clabeqinlity. at the
\\ bile we Oregonians are fishing aud
Feb. 16, 188»».
pillar at Hierapolis, a city of Phrygia.
| hunting and riding cavuse ponies over
ITS Flrw» Mtree«.
St. J .artholomew was slain by the
VERY LOWEST RATES.
hills ami hollows and through thickets
Swift's Specific I« entirely vegetal»!«, and
command of a barbarous king.
i after a wild steer or two, or looking in
share of the public patronage ie »»»licit,
sc»‘in# to cure r.»n«-» r‘» l*\ ?<»•.-• r: t »heiiupu
Having permanently located here. I offer my rd. A fair
Sati»*facfion guaranteed Give un a trial.
i some third-class saloon talking jiolitics
services to the people of Routhern Oregon.
w hence he preaclwd until be expired.
rilles fruUi !‘ie I ! "»-t. >'r»-atise »»n Blood and
TOPPING A HYDE.
1 atxi sometimes doing worse, our more
St. Thomas was run through the body
House Painting. Paper Hanging 18.51
. uuterprising neqritbors are at work mak
w ith a lam e at CarotnauAcI in the East
ing all |M.ssible headway in cultivating
Frescoing. Ka!somining. Etc.,
tiie soil, growing fruits, gram«, grasses
Done in s ■ ute -i >r mruiner and at r-ri. ■•« to euit
and vegetables, ami then sell them to us
St. «ituoii Zealot was crucified in
the times. 1 refer to the
>»f rai'Hin.'i I have
IIHAWEK 3. VTI.AXTA. <»A.
and Olliers, whose op|*ort unit ice Ums
previously done for recommendation. Ijaturac-
Mats. etc. tion
far have not enabled them to produce
Give me e trial and judge for v«>ur-<-if.
these tiesirable things so essential to
H hvihh lhe A,enoyb>r th« L.r,;.-r limi,.........
C .Mt the» mu .lonbcllvr part byiheireus-
Orders ¡••ft at Merritt’s New Cash Store will
* ""'¡’iiui'1* au.1 bruaii» «ztìuuiK'*'l t«’r «“rl" pni'luc« vanii. >’r «<>ld on I be inMallninnt plat.
receive prompt attention
St. Barnabas was stoned to death by
If our soil and climate were not favor-
I . J. ( HESS.
the Jews at Salania.
I able to the production of fruits then and
uHunnui inn n> itp m tor ORGANS TAKEN AS PART PAY FOR PIANOS.
St. Paul was beheaded at Rome by i there would he a reasonable excut** for
IN THK METROPOLE_________
i the tyrant Nero.
i our donothing proclivities. But “better
Call anil examina <«ir in»«l« liefor« piirrl.aem«. for we will not bv unit«re<>M.
St. ‘'stet s.i.terexl martyrdom in Rome.
late than never” is an old ami tried
adage, ami if our citizens will only take
A i > vektis »> H imself . —The following
i hold of the matter now. roll tip their
notice ai>|atara in a Coivalli« paper, ami | sleeves and go to work and put this
tstiinatcH and Price Li«-t on applicatalo
A >' I»-
ia signed by A. Stinit: "1 hereby notify
< ’oui.try orders a »pecialty.
Cor. 3d and E Streot».
practicable enterprise iuto execution
all |«rKona within this State that they
FA( T’HIY AT WI:II»LI:KS Mil.I.
ami reap a golden reward tlierefiom, it
HARDWARE ANO CUTLERY S1 ORE
Salesr»M’ins. c»»r. Ttiinl and E Streets.
will be well. Douglas county j*ost*enses
Wholesale & Retail Dadi"’ in all Varieties of
W hat a truly beautiful wurhl wc live iu ! I will proeecute them to the full extent of all the natural advantages for successful
Tl.s !t-*»«r-ikTi'sl t**k**« vl**-.-*irs in inf.c.nin«
th.* public t liar
I.. - tsk* n i-l.-ir-,-*» of thw ll..*r<i-
Nature gives us gran»icur of mountain«, the law.” From the comments of the fruit-growing, and there is a growing
012 DOULAS PE» D*Y HOUSE <na-h«.n* ■ >*n-l F.-.*iStable in in» * e ...... * ■ i**n
glens ami ocean-, ami thousands ui means country press it appears that Stinit is demand for all the fruit products, both
of Ashlar.I. on ih** ol*i -IsKisrox.l «or.* ha i»
We can desire no better well known to saloon-kee|»erH, and there of the preserved and unpreserved kinds.
now prep.ir.sl to furnish
jn the State.
wbcTi in perfed liea!th ; but how often do is no danger of bis la-ing given any liqor
feel like giving it up or trusted for any. He is too well know n. We have the complaint of hard times all
I-’it vu i t it i*<‘ ït
^»|><*< • i Ji 1 ty
Th« Best Accommodations
around us, while the earth is teeming
»lisheartened. utscouraged ami worn out
with untold wealth on every hand, and
with »iiseasc, when there i- no occa ion for
□’HE I NDEKSIGNED IS NOW TAKING OR
muu mid IwMvf. nt pric** t«> ^uit thfr time».
No C'biMW employed and un doiatioo in F«»r
thi« loeling, u> every -ullerer can easily ob
to induce tier to pour into our laps her
Give me a call f<»r pi «.of of what 1 -«nj.
1 dors through Jackson and Josephine counties
liounty she needs only a little tickling of
fi lower will make them free from disease of weight iu the back, loins and lower part her soil by tiie vigorous hand of toil.
of the al»donirn. causing the Patient to «up
FRUIT TREES & SHRUBBERY,
California Street. Jacksonville Ogn. plaint are the direct » aiiscs of s»’vcnty-tive ¡wise he ha* some affection of the kidneys This connty has thousands of acres of
ner y»?nt. of sm h maladies a- Bilmu-m**«, or neighboring organs. At times, symp land suitable mostly for fruit-growing.
Any kind raised in a first-« laaa Nursery.
JoflN MILL' It. Proprietor.
Indigestion. Sick D*..»«lat he. (’o*ti\one.*”*. tom« of indigestion are present, ffatulency Why not cultivate for that which it is
Nerv«»us Prostration. l»iz/ine*- of the uneasiness of the stomach, etc. A mois best adapted ami thus utilize it. The
Those wanting Trees thm ‘.all will do well to
<*or. Front and Moriwon St...
Head. Palpitaii»»n of th«1 Heart, amt oilier ture. like peraikiration, producing u very same may be said of Jacksonville.
giro me their order*, as 1 will guarantee satisfac
F«-ur-i in»‘<l pii< bf»»rk*
-i mptonis. I lir»-» «l««M-s of Au «h*ugreeal»lr itching, after getting wurui, m
Are earliei. more bard, and more productive
Wi.it»- I »o»!
I warrant all my tr*ee if properly cared for.
Lin«<•♦•<! Oil. I”*r g»l-
gust Flower will prove its wonderiui effect a common attemiant. Blind. Bleeding and
than an) other».
S i bm Kim. for tlw T imer .
Terms of payment easy. Produce taken at mar
Turpentine, “ “
itching Piles yield at once to the applica
-ample bottles. 10 cents, Try i’.
la all K-«!«-« I-
ket pro -. l'k«) 1> m ». of Peach Seed wanted.
r Riti»-. "» -t.» r«»’i barrai
tion of Dr. Bosanku’s Pile Remedy, which i
»rMBKraw«., «r £i,ator HaMI.
i Jacksonville. Oregon Ang. 1 18*3.
acts »lire» tly upon the parts affected, ab
THOS. CUIHEAN. »»->•«»•*•
7>c. G h * iu * s
l.lct r Ellin
B« .-’. Si’X«. <c«»m»»l!,t<’ <l”*t'in'' ' plat,
Cuii be cured by adiiiiiiiatering Dr. Hume-.
(inn Powder, per lb.
L. C. HEINRICHSEN.
Htiiiuu constipation, prevent muiaii.i. itching and effecting a permanent cure. Golden tSpecific. It <an be given in a cup
t»-Th« E.uwnü Bwtaunuil « uu«nrva»-<«l >•• Whukwmle nn»l retail «eethmun. 1"1 Front 8»..
81 .»(. per lb
CITY BARBER SHOP,
cure dy>pepMia. and give i.-.n lilt to the Price 5) cents. Address. The Dr. Bosanko uf coffee or tea without the knowledge of
(July one lor a dose. I re« -ani- Medicine Co., Piqua, Ohio. 8ol«l at the the peruou taking it. effecting a -peedy and
1IV First Street.
Portland. Oiegon. Op»-
|»hn> at City Drug Store
lieruianent cure, whether the patient is a
Cartridge* per box
To Whom it Muy Concern. [« th* only »inaler in Or»-g«»n who kw|* tb*m.
City l>rug blurt. Jacksonville.
moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck.
Bolts, iw'r d«»z
he cndfrsigned who has been ap -
li orse öhoa«. per II»
1 lioxi-ami. of drunkard, have keen made
Merchant»* and tiardener» »upplied ou lierai
Ct^’X %Ue\A. S'pi“
poiated8t«»ck Inspector for Ja k;»m county term-*
Whule*al«n.id H-Uil 0»a)«r-in
X r.\r o
-» Blood Elixir is the only temiM-rale men who have taken the Golden
hereby giv»v* notice to all person« desiring hi»»
Ax Hau l'»-4
Semi f»»r descriptive entiilogue.
specific in tbeir coffee wuliout their knot
thousands suffering from Astlrma, Con
aerric«» that his p»»er office address is Browns
Miner’» Pick« ...
edge, and to-<iay believe lUcy quit drinking
boro, Oreg»» i Th • provision« of tb* law regu
sumption. Coughs, tte. Did you ever try teed. It ¡«a positive cure for Ulcers. Erup- of their own tree will. No liariuful etlex t-
lating an«! applyi'ig to my dnt»»* ill be strict l>
tionsor Syphilitic Poisoning. It purifies the re-lilt- from its administration. Cures
M M 8TANLKI
Hilver ,n<l H.l. -r Pl.vt«<l \V<r<>. S;.- I,-I - i iU ■ > ■’ i «1
Menu forth« H-w-kh >rd
preparation known for all Lung Troubles, whole
----- system, and baalshea all Rheumatic guaranteed. Send for circular and full pai-
Jackson C-ounty. April. IH. l-ió».
. 1 I. PEIWOX» INDEBTED TO lHh UNDHt
sold ou a positive guarantee at 10c.. 50c. <md Neuralgic pains.
We guarantee it. ticulars. Address in confidence G olukx
ALL IHMIU.S IN THE 1.IM M ANUFACTCHEI» TO OIOEII AND REPAIRED
I tn on file In Philadelphia
■ Sri.< trie Co.. !<• l.’acc st. Ciuciuati, Ohio.
Kat the Newspaper A»iver
'old at * ily Drug store.
1 Skild at City Drug Store
■onail and «affi*» withnnt delay.
• Hallig Aic»-n«-y uf M'**r«-
Everyone Sii >ul»t ’’<• *nJ ** t,ie
kite ’ s
ladies’ Furnishing Goods,
FURNISHING GOODS. HITS,
Children’s Short Clothes,
Goldsn C Sugar in Barre's ai 6 Cents per pound!
j- - - - - - - - - Si z
SPOT CASH I
idiojip for Cush !
THE RIDDLE HOUSE !
J. B. RIDDLE, Prop’r.
A FINE STOCK
VARIETY STORE !
Red Men’s Buildinsr, Jacksonville, Oregon.
jw ’I j U
ALL THE REMAINING COOOS
IN ONE MINUTE,
A. G. COLVIN, JACKSONVILLE, OR.,
ACTUAL COST PRICES!
FAMOUS GEM SALOON !
J. 3 rtIJD_E PdOPdlETOR
Now is Your time to Get
.k SACK I 1’1 < â : !
BUY THE BEST AND BE HAPPY
THE BES£ STYLE
Hardware, Tinware, Crockery,
Tobacco, Cigars, Etc
FARM AND MILL MACHINERY!
Fruit. Shade ilmauiental and Nut Trees
NO APHIS ORLICE ON TREES.
PARKE & LACY,
WOOD. IRO?I AND MIMING MACHINERY
K A W
AUGUST CABLS01T. Pro?.,
M I I .1 .
. i . vd
. 1/ kkessojis ,
TOPPING & HYDE
Wm. Jessop & Sons’ English Cast Steel !
CHAPMAN SAW MILL
ALL KINDS OF LUMBEFt
HUNSAKER & DODGE
T. J. COLBERT, HOUSE PAINTER.
J. C. CARSON,
And all kinds of Musical Merchandise. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Sash, Doors. Blinds
CHEAPEST AND BEST STOCK
TO THE HUNGRYi WEARY!
INTERNATIONAL HOTEL, Ashland Boarding-House and
Furnitur?, BeJdiig, Uoholstery.
Free Buses to and from the Hotel.
ESMOND HOTEL, NORTHERN GROWN
: i > m
COR FIRST & YAMHILL STS. Portland. Or
NOTHING SAVED BY SENDING
E. W. ALLEN,
diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Clocks!
)N, uur aaUi*?rkv<l aient*.
0-iiir Jonils in Slcchi same Low Rales.