The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907, November 11, 1887, Image 1

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HARLESNICKELL
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t tlie following rute* :
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air reduction frunj the above rates made to
ime advertisers.
JOB OFFICE
ia more completely far than any other in South­
ern Oregon, and comi^r^ favorably with any in
the Stat©. Job Printing of ©very imaginable
description don© at Ha.i Francisco rates.and ia
l»r«»mptand tirst-class manner.
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
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VOL. XVII
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 11, 1887.
I
I
MISCELLANEOUS
MEDICAL.
UK AL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
GLENDA LE GLITTEKINGS.
THE MOVEMENT To CALIFORNIA.
TH A XKSGIVIXG FECULA MA TIOX.
Tlie following deeds were recorded in the
Mina Ella Carlisle is at present at this
A dispatch printed receutv ,ay, that
STATE OF OREGON.
office of the County Clerk of Jackson coun­
W asiiinotos . Oct 25 —The following
place. She is the guest of Mrs. Roberts. the rut*b of immigration to < alifornia u*
U. 8.Senator*. J. H. Mitchell, J. N. IXdph.t'on-
ty during tlie month of September:
proclamation has been issued by the
<r**M*nnn. B. Hermann; Governor, H. Pennoyer; J
lieyond precedent. Tlie Southern Pacific
Nathan l> Firestone to S F .Morine;
president;
Mts. Margaret Brazil and her interest­
Secretary of Stat©. G»*'»rire W. McBrid©; Stat©
property in Ashland
Consideration $400.
railroad find, its resources taxed to the
Tr«a©ur<*r. G'*«>. W. Webb; Stat© Printer. F. '
The goodness and mercy of God,
Isaac P Stimson, et al. to Thus If Stim­ ing little daughter, Fannie, made Glen utmost to carry west-bound passenger*,.
Everyone Should Go and See the
Baker. Sunt. Piibii«1 instruction. E. B. McElroy;
Haying b««a a »ufferer for two years and a half son ,
which have followed the American peop­
(' 1) to 100 acres in section 34. Tp .’>1, dale a visit last Saturday.
SuprHiu© Judf<»M, W. I*. L<>rd. Chief J untie© W.
One thousand people started in a »ingle
from a o.iew cauasd by a bnnar on tlis 1. g and SofR.lWast $5.
le during the past vear, claim their grate­
W. Thayer, II. S Strahan.
hl.» nx boon our««l by th« Cuncura lUmsdie,
J. A. Casteel started yesterday to the day last week iron* Kansas City, ami
FIKHT JlTDtCl\L DISTRICT.
GRANDEST Ät LARGEST COLLECTION
0 <fc T Co to Jacoby Bros; property* in
when all other methods and remedira fuilod I
Whisky creek mines with a load of tlie train taking them was so long that ful recognition and humble acknowledge
(’«»mprininM Jackson, Josephine, Lak© and
<
»old
II
ill.
$36.
doom it my duty to recommend them I routed
Klamath «’«»untie©: Circuit »Indic«». L. H Wcf>et©r;
it had to Is- dispatched in three section, ment. By his omni|»otent power he ha*
hot epringe to no arail, and tried several doctor,
Jane McCully to Samuel (’ozzens; prop­ freight for miners in that section.
Diatnct Attorney. W M ColvU.
wiihout ,uc.-e.«,andat la»t our principal dru«. erty in Jacksonville. $150.
During the coming month the daily protected us from war and pestilence
J KCKNON COUNTY.
T. A. Ireland is building a warehouse train, will he “triple-headers,” that is, and from every national calamity. By
Kiat,.IdhnP. Finlay (to whom I ehallever fesl
State of Oregon to Uriah Hover; 11)0acres
Senator. A.C- Staul»*>; H*»j»r»**»»ntativ«**. J. T.
for W. E. Dean, which Mr. D.’s rapidly
grateful), spoke to mo about t'utioura anil Icon, in section 16, l’p 35, S of R, 3 East
Bowditrh. II. A Mi Iler; County Judge. E. l»-*r««.att;
drawn by three locomotives. Under tl*is bis gracious favor ttieearth has yielded a
rented to «ire then* a trial, with th« result tl.at 1
increasing business renders a necessity.
Co’nmi**i«»tiarH. Henj. Haymond. S. A. Carlton;
ASJohnsonto Margaret !■'. Higinboth
am perfectly cured. Th»r« ie now no sore about
steady reinforcement the “boom” at generous to the labor of the husbandman,
Clerk. W. 11. P.. rker;Sheriff. B. W. Dean; Treas­
me I think I can rhowthelargesl surface whore am; property in Medlord. $100
Los Angeles and elsewheie is not likely and every path of honest toil has led to
Mi«,
Louise
Lehman,
one
of
Douglas
urer. N. Fiaher, k--*"«—»r, J. M Childers; St'hool
my suflerin* rnrar.« from of anyone i-, the Htate
A M Russell, trustee, to G W Howard ;
to die out, but much more likely to ex­ comfort ami contentment. Bv his loving
Super mt en i<*nt N. A. Jacobe; Surveyor. Ju© Jef­
county
’
s
most
charming
voung
ladie«,
is
Tl.e
t
uticura
reme.il»,
are
the
best
blood
an«!
C
D
to
property
in
Medford.
$50.
Q
<in<l ^ ak
kindness the hear ts of our people have
lilt lll«*'!<
frey; (’orotMif. Ii- Pryce.
skin cures manufactured. I refer to druiririst
Jacob Shadle to G W Howard ; 31 4<> acres at this place, visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. pand.
JOSKHUIMK ('«»t’NTY.
John U. Finley and Dr. D. C Montgomery ILth
it is only a matter of timo when the !>een replenished with fraternal senti­
L. Martin.
in
section
10.
i'p
3S.
S
of
R,
2
West.
$¿00.
S.*’iat«»r. H. B. Miller; H»pre*dntativ«*, S. U.
of Illi, place, and to Dr. Bmi'h. of I., k.» Lee
Mitchell; County Judge. V. Colvig; <'ommi»ei<»n-
<» W Howard to Margaret E Higinboth-
large immigration movement will extend ment ami patriotic endeavor, and hv I.is
MlBHlMippi.
Claiborne Neil, one of the prominent to Oregon. Taking all things together unerring guidance we have lieen direct­
er© S. M«**w*eng»’r. J. M. Payne; Clerk, C. K
am : property in Medford. $50.
ALEXANDER BKACH, Gr©©nvilJ©, M1M.
Ch. «h»r. Sheriff. T G. Patten»on; Treasurer. J. .
Mr. Beach used Lhe Catioura Romedir m nt uur
E V Carte" to \V 11 Atkinson; the undi­ pioneer* of Jackson county ha, been at we have a better country anti a better ed in the way of national prosperity.
W. Howard \*e •«*■$• »r. J P. I>»wi*. School Su- ;
request, with roeulu aa elated above.
To the end that we may testify our
vided half <»f 5 acres in Tp 39,8 of It, 1 E this filace visiting his daughter, Mrs. climate than Southern California. Here
peruUendent. E. F Hathaway; Surveyor. W. N.
BOOTS and SHOES.
A. B. FINLAY A CO., druggipft
$550.
Mary Dean.
Santvleri»; Coroner. Dr. Kr©in«*r.
are no ¿roughs, no failures of cro|>s. If gratitude for these blessings. I, Grover
J
R
Dawson
to
K
N
Carter;
5
acres
in
Tp
Cleveland,president
of the United States
Ki.iMim OOVNTY.
SAVED MY MOTHER’S LIFE.
James Moore, who lias been foreman our Hkies are less bright at certain per­
39, S .if R, 1 Eii*t $1000
JointMenator, C. M. Cartwright of Wa*co; Rep TOBACCO. GROCERIES
do hereby designate Thursday, the 24th
Ever
am.*«
I
win
remember,
my
mother
han
euf-
iods
of
the
year
tlie
air
is
more
provi
­
■'eaentativc. it McL©a" of Klamath; County Jndit»».
J S Eubanks to Geo G Eabanks; property of the Green Mountain mine for some­
r«r»*(! with a milk Ie«» Nothin« would do h©r
lav of November next,as a dav of thaks-
G. W. Smith, Co<«iniH*ioner<». .1 L. Hank*. R.
time, left Sunday night for a short visit dent. Water, that prime blessing, which
CROCKERY, ETC
any ffood She had Hie beet modi al talent. but in Ashland. $2000
A Emmtt.Ch.rk. W.« Hal- Sheriff. M. D. <’hil-!
giving and praver, to l*e observed by all
Roht
M<*L©an
to
G
F
Billings;
property
in
the
long
run
is
a
greater
benefit
than
they
all
did
her
no
good.
Bhe»uffer©d
with
her
with
his
family
at
Roseburg.
der»; I'reoaurer. G. T. B.thlwi r. A**©*>or. K. B.
for thirty year* and never knew a well day. til Ashland. $¿>0
Hatton. St'hool Superintendent. W. E. Green©;
sunshine, is here abundant in all places the people of the land. On that dav let
Bhe would hare to sit up half the night, holding
O L Stea-m* to E C Ryan : property in
Col. W. J. Martin of Galesville, ac- at all times. Ours is not a holiday, but all secular work he suspended, and let
Surv«yt»r, K. S. Moor©.
Betaember. these g<Nxit» are new and bought since
up h©r leg and moanui«. Kho J.a ! no peace, A*blai»<i. $100
LARK COUNTY.
cotnpanied
by
his
daughter,
Mr«.
Rob
­
our jH»opIe assemble in their accustomed
the war ia railrpad ratea andare sold
rhe us«d all th« boat kaown r»m«’h«w iu ths
• .Rbaiiat -f, C. M. <'*ertwriohk—j- \Va*.*o; Kepreeen
.> B Hamilt-m lo Marx E .Mi-Call ; 4<i acres erts of this place, spent several day* last a working climate. It never reaches ex­ places of worship, and with praver and
r.Smtry without ,is-t. I n»k««l h«r to trv vour
taRve, K. McLean of Kla.nirn; (Vxmty Jn«ige, V
tremes
either
of
beat
ur
cold,
never
lim
­
* uticura Kam«d*es. Hot her a bottle of t ut*, in section 23 Tp39. S of R. 1 Ea*t $1750
week visiting friend* in Roseburg.
Pitta 'omuuMionera, (ieo. M. J >n»»*. C. Loftu*;
its the energies, either physical or men­ songs of praise give thanks to our lleav-
for Cnsli !
8 B Hamilton to W H Atkinson ; mo acres
cora n«v*olv«nt, and aha took it, am! ha« taken in
Clerk W T. B«»yd; Sheriff. A. J. Charlton; Treaa. CJlioup
enlv Father for all that he has done for
R
I
East
|17<M/
in
section
¿3.
1
p
39.
S
of
ail
about
nix
or
eeven
l»ottlee.
and
now
ehe
i*
a
tal.
Our climate is much better suited
Preparations
for
woik
in
the
various
urar k Met’alien: Sch*»«>l Superintendent, A. H.
well woman to day. Her Jeg ie entirely healed,
O Ä 1 Co to La'ina A A hlstrom ; prop placer mines near hero ate progressing to a working,progressive fieople than the us. while we humbly implore tire for-
Fisher; A*-*o*eor. O. L. 8t»inley.
and her health wa» nov-r better. She can go out erty in Ashland. $120
MREri NO OF COURTS*. «TO.
“contined summer” of S*.uthein Cali­ givciiea* of our sins ami a continuance
every day. something »ho ha* not don© in ten
Country I’r;» luc»» bought and *«»I<L also. Wool.
Th* Supreme Coart of Oregon meets at Salem
B S Webb to G L Webb; property in rapidly, an 1 the coining winter promi­
yean», ho you see I cannot help etating to you
fornia.
The people who are now filling of l*is mercy. La»t families and kindred
regular terms commencing on the first Monday»« Hid«-«. Fur* and Doer Skins Solicit order* for
ses plenty of work for all our miners.
| be reunited on tiiat day;and let their
about your wonderful Cuticura Remedies. You Medford. $7«*»
Lumber
in March and October.
up
the
country
about Los Angeles are
(*(’ Beekman to Medford school district
have ka red my mother's life. 1 cannot find word«
The Ci rcait Court forth© Fir*t Judicial Di*tr*et
MAX MULLER,
The Green Mountain Mining Co., from temperate, not tropical regions, heart* be tilled with kindly * beer and
No
9,
1)
to
property
in
Medford.
$1
to
expr»*M$my
gratitude.
I
hare
advertised
your
seta in Jackson c-mnty on fir>t Monday* in April,
I’ .KtotHu • Building.
(’utieura RemedicH far and near.
US Patent to Marion D Murphv; 160 through their business agent, liquidated arid however attracted at first by tropi­ affectionate remembrance, and tuned in
8*»pb»:nb«r and December In Klamath county
EDWARD LUEDER. 1565 Broadway. N Y
all the outstanding indebtedness against cal charms, must in time grow weary of thankfulness to the source of all their
nn second M«»u lay in June and fir*t Monday in
acre* in section 27. Tp .’16. S of R, 1 West.
Nov.»ml>*«r I > I. ik© «»n’i’y on th© thini Monday
S B Hamilton to S B Galey; 40 acres in this place last Saturday. The payments them. The "[«erpetiial sunshine” will pleasure, and the giver of all tiiat makes
i
’
uueura,
the
great
akin
cur«»
and
('utieura
in May and th* second Monday in OctdeT In
made to different parties aggregated sev­ in time liecornean unendurable glare to the day g'ad and joyous.
Koap. j>rep; red from it. externally, and (’nt icura si ( tion 23. l’p 39, S of R. 1 East. $.*>50.
Josephine county on fir»«t Mondays in Marchand
I’S Patent to S B Hamilton; 160 acres in eral hundred dollars.
Resolvent. tlie new bio > 1 ptirifl.-r mini nallv. ar©
And in the midst of our plenty and
August.
|*eople bred to variety of seasons. Much
u poKitiv»* cure for en-n form of km and blood >«•( tion 23. Tp 39, S of R. 1 Ea*t.
, For Jackson county th© County. Probate and
happiness let us rememlier tire ’ poor,
has
been
the
experience
of
thousands,
diMutbea
from
pimplea
to
ecrofula.
«•(■«»J
Armstrong
to
('
Ulrich
and
A
Gil
\\ e are requested by many people of
Comini**ioaer*’courts m»*»t »»very month.com
-AND—
needy an 1 unfortunate ami by our gifts
meneing with th© first Monday; for Josephine
*»•>11; land in section lb, i p 39, S of R.2 this valley to invite some of th*» many and it is certain to be re|*eated.
Sold everywhere. Pri*'«»: Ctr ' iir i. 5-»c< nta; W»M $2ol 66.
of charity and r.-a iy lrenovelence let ns
county, the fir-*t Mo'i'lay in January. April. .July
When
the
advantages
*>f
Oregon
Ire-
perrons who are lecturing on various
Heap, *2«’» cent» ; Resolvent $i. I’eji-ir»*.I by t»»••
and September; for Lake county, ©very alternato
increase the number of thoM who with '
THUNKS \X1> VALISES.
Stat© of (»reg.m to John Wo-.ds . 40 acres
Potter I »rug and ' heimcal ( o . H »aton
month, commencing th© fir*t Monday in January.
sut.j.cts in adjacent towns to visit this conic widely known th,-**-will l*e a rush grateful heart* •hall join ¡n our thanks­
i-iT’Ser.d for “ How to <'uro Sk l»;j*«*.iMe*s.” 61 in section 16, Tp 36, So! R. 1 West $W
For Klamath county the first Wednesday in March.
of |ieople h*-*e, and there will lie an ef­
place,
and
we
will
as«ute
them
that
they
Geo \V Apger to directors nf school dis
pages, 50 illuetrati uiH. and 1GU »•- lmoi.ihl*
Jun©. September and November.
ATTHESAN FRAN* IS* I)
fort to make a “booin'’ similar to that giving
trict No 12; property in Little Butte pre-i will mc.-t an appreciative audience.
In witness whereof I have set my
now in its height in California. In our
I ) I
l'LF.8, black-heads chai ped a id oily <ilict
Ii
A Sibbath schuol was o ganiz -d at j'llginent it will not succeed. There hand and caused tire s»»al of the United
1 I ail. «km prev'-ritt vi by ('utit ura Medicated
Livina A Ahlstrom to I 1» Kepler; prop.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
aoap.
this
place
last
Sunday
and
will
!»•
an will be an advance in values with the States to Tw hereunto affixed.
ertv in Ashland. $1.'M)
Done at the city of Washington, thi*
Their coming of new population, but our peo
U S Pat« nt to H Amerinan; 3!» 69 acres established fact in the future
Sneezing
Catarrh.
WILLARD CRAWFORD,
place
of
meeting
w
ill
be
th*-city
hall,
in section 6. Tp 3*». S of R. 1 Went
NEXT DOOR TO I’. <>.
pie ate not the sort to quit legitimate 2 *tli dav of Oi tober, in the year of our
I
’
S
Patent
to
H
A
merman;
Ao
acres
in
next
door
north
of
the
store
of
\V.
E.
LorrI
1H.S7, and of tire Independence of
The distressing sneeze, sneezo.sneeze, th© acid,
businesn ami go to gambling in lands.
A rroiLNEY AND COUNSELOR AL' LAW.
Mfulf *>f select*'*! stock by tlie best American Manufacturers. I’lea
Dean. It is hoped that all out people Business here is on a sober ami more tlie United *tat»s the 112th.
watery discharges from the eyes and nose, tie- si ct ion 12, Tp 38, of R. 1 E.
A G Rockfeliow t«»G F Billings ; Q C D to will assist in this organization, as it is a
CALIFORNIA ST., JACKSONVILLE. examine (remis and Prices before piirelia.'iiio. Iiespectfullv,
painful inflammation extending to the throut.
Medford, Oregon.
Bv the president.
solid basis, ami will, we trust, ever be.
tti*» swelling of the mucous lining,causing chok­ propel ty m*ar Ashland $190
laudable one.
GROVER CLEVELAND
This is the place to get your
ing sensations, cough, ringing hoim »» in the h> ad
We expect to see values develop greatly
W ill i.nMtice in all the court* of the Utate.
j n nan
Jacob Wai’i.er and J M McCall to G F
and splitting headache«,—how familiar th-**© Bilimgs, <4 <’ I) to property near Ashland.
Tuos. F. B avahk , Secretary of State.
ORiw* in Hs-iilm'» brick building, upstair«.
Mr. and Mrs I,. J. Barr left bv last during the coming three or four years
symptoms arc to thousands who siffer periodic­ $16o
Saturday's freight train for Roseburg, upon the heels of increased population,
ally from head colds or influenza, and who live
P. P. PRIM.
Is Ti<>: St i kfmi . Co* Ki—Shaking
J P Walker to W II Atkin*«m, et al ; 149- w hence they go to the Sugar Pine Mills but not upon a speculative craze.—
*<itfnorance of the fact that a singie application
of Sanfords Radical Cur© for Cat ar h will atlon! 93 acres in section 15, Tp 39
of R, 1 East. in Looking-glass valley, where they will Qomun.
of th»1 probability that th, supreme
ATTORNEY .* COUNSELDK-AT LAW
instantaneous relief.
$|«ioo
court of th*» l’nit*»d State, will declare
CIGARS.
make their future home. Thus Glen­
But this treatment in simpl«» cas •; of Catarrh
J P Walker to Jackson ‘ ’«» and the public ;
JEWELRY.
the prohibitory laws of the country
fiives but a faint idea of what this remedy will <!o land' for street purpose«.
dale loses some of its best residents and
JACKSONVILLE. OGN.
< ANKIES NUTS
i iA7:i7/:ir items .
in th© chronic forms; where the breathing is <>b.
.’na. 'ed sim-e the adoption nf the four­
all are truly sorry of the necessity oi
I’ll'Ks < \ i ; ks .
J
1
’
Walker
to
W
II
Atkinson,
et
al
.
structed by choking, putrid, mucous acecuniu-
Oli-.
'Vtil practice in all th* ’ '•» urt* «*f th© St.
teenth amendment unconstitutional, the
NOTIONS rt'Tt.F.ltY
their.departure, anti wish for their con­
land
near
Ashland.
$4612
4
».
lati«>ns
tlie
hearing
affected
smrll
and
tar-t''
gone,
3 Of •••!
in th© Court House, hr*t door to th»»
SlvnoSEHl M.IH'MS
Some of the jtirots live 10'1 milet ir.nii New York S in point, out what it con­
thr« at_ ulr-Tnted and l acking cough gradually
.1 11 Chitwood, et al. to K »bt McLean; Q tinued prosperity in their new home.
trance.
roiJM ■■ <>3. t it. A up : r
fastening itself npon the debilitated sy*tcm
the county seat.
ceive, will be the scope of tlie decision.
C 1» to property in Ashland. $'»
Nov. 4.
J i . mi s .
Then it is that tic marvellous curative ¡tower of
J À
Franci*- L Johns.»n to Wm R Johnson; Q
It aav,
“Such decision will simply set
. ’.»«PEATT.
Sanford's
K
.dica!
Cure
maniffsts
itseif
in
mstan-
The
town
was
crowded
w
it
1>
fieople
Gent's Furnishing; Goods.
fourth that if the state takes or destroy,
• l grateful r in f. ( nre begin© from < l»to the undivided half of 16o a res in
I
ai
.
i
.
tomtit:.
—
There
was
a
¿light
from
all
parts
of
the
county,
«luring
the
th«* fir-t npplicaiI-»!
It is raj'id. rad »■ »1, g<»r:r.a- se^'ti -n 3»\ I y ' S of R 1 E'l't. $7>
attorney «.* *» unsei . or at - i . uv . And everything n-na’iy found in a first-class
the property of any of its citizen, legiti­
F N Monet - Wm I I. '/cart , property frost yestetdav morning tlie ft ret of the1 late session of the circuit court.
nent. economical, s f»*.
Variety Store. Also.
mately acquired or in (>osaession, it
Sanford's :Ladiral < ure c m**i-t*« of in© Imttl© in I dent evg»
season in this city. It, effect, were
lihlmvl Orejfou.
While there were a great many cases inu«t pay damages. No one rail deny
of th© Radical Cure, u; « b- x Catan hal Solvent
Wesley Mitchelito || IHtiiwax property p.'nvptible in tlie large number of fallen
CHOICE FRUITS IN SEASON.
and an improved inhaler; pr.ee, $1
in Ash! tnd
$117
leaves which strewed tlie sidewalk, on the dock-1, only a few weie tri'-d that the great plant, for distilling and
Will practice in all Courts <»f th© State. Office in
P ottxr D klu A M kdicai . Co., B oston
Our goods ar© t he best and guaranteed as repre-
('has Nickell to Jacoby Br ' ; pr..petty in this section cannot boast the georgous by a jury, theremainde* b-ing, most­ brewing purposes that were established
<>ld Fellow's building, up stairs.
s©*t©d. Prices low. a* w»» do n«>t propose to be
ly, equity cases.
in Gold Hi.I. $<¡7'»
in Iowa and Kansas liefere prohibitive
undersold.
ut the Old Statuì of
J. R. NEIL.
G W Wilshire to »I Helm' ami H Atner- autumn foliage which paints Eastern
legislation were enacted was lawfully
toiests with scarlet and orange, but j
The familiar face of our mutual fiiend
mnn . property near I alent. $3oo0
acquire I property. Tne action of the
ATTORNEY * COUNSELOR AT LAW.
W Beeson to J Helm1* amt H Amerman; there i, still enough of variety of color | Wtn. Cardwell was reeentlv seen on the * rohihitionists made the pro[*erty illegal,
of Femalf s
in
the
foliage
of
the
different
sjecie,
of
i
C
I»
t«»
property
neur
Talent.
1
«lol.
street.
"Bill
”
has
settled
down
to
busi
­
Q
Instantly ralieved by th© Cuticara
W B Colton to E H spear , property in trees planted along the streets and in ness aixl has the native energy to pile but it was legal Itefore such enact­
Jacksonville Oqn.
Ant i-Pain Plaster, ‘
*-•
ment. Of all persons the prohibition­
; tirGar.'it;
1-* n ! i;
. I ¿o Ashland. lo.¥i <*) doh
the garden« of the city to attract atten­ up money in this country, and is already
— TO GET YOUR —
pain-klJling pla*t»*r. ©«!»••( ’ally a<t;q.t-
Martha W Hargadine and A P Ham tion. Trees of the same s|*ecie, vary ; making rapid strides in that direction, ist, are th» last who should tolerate for
are being offered for sale at
Will practice in all the Court* oftlie St .nr Of
to
relieve
F«*mab»
Pain*
and
Weak
tnon 1 t.» Lottie 1) Willard, property in
instant injustice an»l oppression, and
fice in Court Hou*»««, second door <>n right fr<»:n
greatly in this respect,according to loeai- | lie is in the employ of the well-known an
* tw M ti©e*<*. Warranted vastly eut>erior to Ashland. .325 dols
the honest members of tiiat party will
entrance
all otliur pl’iHtere, and the most perfect Antidot©
ity am! for various reasons. The maple, ' Heart Co.
John
W
Well-»
to
Giles
Weds,
Jr
.
th©
iin-
>>e glad to obtain from the supreme
to Pain, Inflammation and \\ ©akn©*«« yet com-
thu most common shade tree here, is in
W. F. WILLIAMSON.
poiii.d"d At all druggists, 25 cents; five foi $1; divid' d halt of property near A'bland
The committee sent out to find the court a decision which will determine
5oo dels.
some places almost as fresh and green '
or,
postage
fr<e*.
of
Putter
Drug
and
<
nemicil
Cu..
ATTORNEY' A COUNSELOR AT-LAW.
Oregon ('entral Military Wagon R *1. I hemaft-r the line« iifsin which prohibi-
Bouton. Mans
Gil.-*« \\ ell* Jr, to John W Wells ; 111© un
as in spring, and they can be seen in all
«livid««! half of property near Ashland. stages of decaying foliage down to the was recently in session at this place. I , tory legislate *n may he laid out. If it is
—DOME IS —
Medford, Oregon.
to destroy
am creditably informed, that by the aid unconstitutional
--------------
. —.. the
___ , property
__ ,___
.*»60 doh.
leafless tree, tliicklv hung with clusters
THE RREÄT
IMF" There will positively lx* no Reservations. The goods must be
of o! I pioneer settlers, they have lieen of distillers and liquor dealers without
Andrew H Simpson t*» P J Rvan QC I»
Ail bn«in.—« in my line will r-eru» prompt it
of
winged
see
1«.
The
next
in
numbers
to property m Jacksonville
l'»o d«»h
able to find where the road is suppos I ; making some provision (or payment, the
tention.
sold nt once, even
Maltha Wells and tides Wells, Sr, to is th*? Iocu«t, which retains it color long­ to Is*. It is to be lmfied tiiat this huge Vrohibitioni.t«, if they are «incete,
er.
tint
on
many
the
foliage
is
grow
ing
G
ih
’
s
Wells.
J
r
.
4.3
76
acres
in
secti«»n
C.
H. K. HANNA
ip
sw indie, whereby a lot oi sharpers got will a* once iteclare their r«adinee« to
,39 s of n. 2 East V> doh.
tliin and the bronze-coloied seed pods
FOR
----*St> AT —
Nturiltn Well*« k > m ( <iilt*« Wells. Sr, to J no are becoming conspicuotiH. The elm©, hold of a great portion of the best land provide for nu ll .payment. If they r®-
ATTORNEY .» COUNSELOR AT-LAW.
W Weils amt Giles Well*. Jr. property the most graceful ut ©hade trees when | in eastern Oregon, will be fully venti- j fun« to tt*’*** they will ( m * oj.cn to certain
They would be suspected of
I lated, and the land restored to the pub­ , Huapicion
near Asldand. P“) dols
not mutilated, are showering down their
Jacksonville. Oregon.
THE LOWEST RATES
.Anxiety to secure what they regard a«
Giles Wei!«. Sr. to John W Welh and
lic domain.
foliage,
and
their
long,
slender
boughs
l:«*HJ<.li»KrniggAgr Giles Wells. Jr; 36o acr< s near Ashland
I great reforms by illegal methods; or if
Will practice in all th*«
irf* of the Jétate
will soon l»e hare. Walnut trees are
The grand jury adjourned after a 5 under such a decision they dropped al!
» »»Hee up stairs in Orth's brick.
50o doh.
Q V M DTAIUIQ ■ Ritter or bad taste in rrumth ;
-H AT
seen
heie
and
there
and
are
growing
j
days
session,
returning
eight
indict-
\\ R Andrewsto Frank Galloway: prop
oi mriumo• .
.
! further agitation, they would lie subject­
VJ»ty i" Medt " I 2SO do!«
h.i v. 1’i‘plais are a mixture of green i merits, as follows : Against Allied Sher- ed to th*» accusation of favoring reforms
Covered with a brown f .r pain m th - batik, sides,
DR. W. STANFIELD.
State ot <»reg«c to John Well.*: |o acres and yellow, and only need a few smart i ten. murder in 2d degree; against F. M.
or j 'ints—often mistaken f r Rheumatism; sour
in *■« t ion 16. T '•>. S of R.2 E ist .'Hi do la froe’s to strip them completely. Ches­ Miller, S. V. Rehart, Frank 1‘. Lane only so long a» the enforcement ot them
■totnacli; lo** of appetite ; somet mes nausea
EC I. ECT 1 C I* I! Y SIC I A N.
If ths
and wat'-rbra h, or indigestion
flatulency and
<» *k T Co to B S O*born; property in nut trees still retain most of their strong and R. M. Russell, suffering an.I j>er- { did not tax the public treasur*
acid er aria u
. b wei-> alternately costive and
lecision of the supreme court be that
A-hlano. l»«»doh
Has lucatedin Talent. Or for th«» practice of I
lax; >iea<la< he; I s of memory, with a painful
1
milting
unlawful
gaaiing
in
a
t.iiiLiing
leathery
leaves,
but
show
some
shading
F S Patent to S.dly C M Iler and hei’s of
: prnpei ty legally acquired cannot he de-
hi« prof**-«ion Mak-** all ••■tro-ii.-lii-e^'*-*.-uch
•JACKSONVILLE, OREGON.
sensati n nf hating failed to do something which
as R teu na’t*-n. X*thtna, l*il»**. Kidney D.^ im -»**.
Robt Mi ie*'. 114 U*> acres in section 2* Tp from a ell \v t-» brown. The rowan or . o tie I by them; against tier*. R .Berts rtroyed bv law without com pens., tion, of
uugl.t ti have been done, debility; 1 w spirits;
L« ver Complaint*. 5c<’.. a*p*—laltj.
mountain ash is stili g.ten and with its | an i Wm. Grefor for dealing faro ; ..■nniM. a very important question will
.37 > I R. 2 W
a thick, yellow appearance of the skin and eyes .
a dry cough ; fever . restlessness . the unr.e is scanty
numerous clusters of bright red h.-rries again ! Wm. Nevells for playing at faro. arise for Ibe determination of prohibi­
U S Patent to .lohn W an 1 Mary Joli
L. L WHITNEY M. D.
a«! high colored, and, if allowed to stand, deposits
son ; 32<1 acre* in sections 1. 6. »31 and :
presents a beautiful apperanre. (’heriv Miller, Rehart and L ine were tried by tionists, and according a« they settle it
a sediment.
I p .7 and 38. S of R. 1 and 2 We.*t
and apple trees show but slight vvi jury and found guilty. In Rns-ell's ease
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Hattie and <■ W Logan to E V I 'artcr ; dence of the approach of wintei and the jury disagreed. Geo. Robert’* plea 1- so w ill their sincerity and conviction« 1»
teste*!.
DEALERS IN
property in Ashland. 1400 dois
T
Ea ;1<* Point. Oregon
I ed guilty. Green and Nevels skipped
.Margaret 11 ursh to I» ('hapman . 7 C I> weeping willowsare as green as ever.
Of creeping vines the wisteria is slow and forfeited their bonds. Sherfen was
(PURELY VEGETABLE)
H»»in< loeatwl st thi« place I ask a share of
to property in Ashland. .’>*• dols
A R- vi E state H. s . m S t ** kv .—Capt.
Vh« par roc axe of this vetion. * all« attend»«! to
Is generally used in the South to arouse th«
1» < hapman to J B 'Taylor; land near in changing from green to yellow, and found guilty of manslaughter and sen- E. W. Stum er, w ho returned a few day,
at any I'm*
Torpid Liver to a healthy action.
where the wild honev-suckle has been fenced to four year's imprisonment in ago from ( alifornia. brings Ibe latest
Ashland. 1 «lol
Geo Brown to Wm Priest property m trained with »he red l»erries of th«» latter j the |s»nitentiary. Messrs. Ewing, Knox
It acts with extraordinary efficacy on the
W. H. SOMMERS, M. D.,
story of the Lo, Angeles real estate
Jacksonville. 1 dol.
present a tine contrast. The Virginia : and Kelton represented the defense, boom, which he vouches for as true. An
15* ! * »
SG Palmer to Noah
TIVER,
PlIYSIi'IAN SUltOFuN \N1> A* * (»UCHIT It
while District Attorney Colvig ap|*earvd eastern tourist, who was visiting the city
Walter A. Wood's Binders.
West creeper is show ing all shades of scat let
acres in section 11. T
I
KIDNEYS,
and the hop vines u* *d in so many ' for the State.
Walter A. Wood's Chain Rake Reaper«.
Jacksonville. Oregon.
of the angels about a year ago. had to
I 45<» doh.
----- AND BOWELS.
Walter A. Wood's Sweep Rake Reaper^.
F T Downing to J H Downing; 10 ,‘iS places as screens for po. rhes ami win­
cut liis trip short on account of an impor­
fl<
Professional calla promptly attended to «lay or
AN EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOR
Walter A. Wood’s Enclosed '¡ear Mowers
acres in section 2. Tp »37. 8 of R. 2 Wed dows aie loaded with rijs» hops and are
All'iTM.XT *>K IXDIAX LvXI*«.—Til«' tant business summons from home; so
mg' f
Dyspepsia«
Malaria,
removed. Rose are blooming and chry- new Indian »everalty act is inisun.lcr- : he invested in a corner lot, $700, winch
dols
Guar. Scott ,k Co.’s Separators
Consult at jon* in either English or German.
Biliousness,
Constipation,
Henry t orn II to Hannah J Ib inrotb. i <antheinums are loginning to display
Gaar. Scott A Co.'s I'lain and
< »th'-* and rej»i<l»»nce on < alifornia etr***t.
st*s>*l bv s*»ni*» |H»r-«nis as rnakinir all In- he had intended to spend for hotel bills, .
Jaundice,
Kick Headache,
|
ni
ae-es
in
>•
vtion
6.
Tp
37.
S
of
R.
I
Wot
■
their many colored flowers in great pro- ' dians citizens of tl*<- United States and railroad fare, et*-. He did it just for a
opposite Union l.ivery Stable.
Naunea,
___
<’olie.
_
Coates’ Lock Lever Ila
THI' UNDERSIGNED HAVE KH.MI D A * <»
I 4.3» doh
Nlrntal
Depression,
llowel
Complaint*,
I pariner»ln|> with an authorized rapita! <>r
! amendable to the laws of the tespevtive • “flyer.” not caring whether he ever
Stat»» oft »regon to J am es S'-obie : ¿00 acre* 1 fusion.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
iVMwn for the p irla........ e»rr>ii«»na General
T. R. YOUNG. M D.,
-tates and territories when» they reside. made a cent or not. It was that much
¡a section 36, I p :«». S of R. 1 Ei*t. ¿.V»
Hankins lhl»ii <•«» tn all of It- branches ,r Jack
Endorsed by the use of q Millions of Bottles, a*
In
flic
case
of
the
Oregon
an.
1
Wash
­
doh.
From time to time he
PHYSICIAN ANI» SURGEON, ..eniPe Ores »« (liti at lhe old.tandof B»-ek
The allotment act, passed last Eehrnary, saved anyhow
ington
Mortgage
Savings
Bank
of
On»-
>
<
*»..
Portland.
Or.,
nr
Eugene L Atkinson to James ^cobie.
„inn's Bankin« House. S. E corner of I’ ird and Write for (’ata'1 »gne. Addreae either FIliNK RIJOS. I'll’l.
I simply provides a way in which all In-, heard of the famous boom, but did not
THE
BEST
FAMILY
MEDICINE
gon
vs.
John
Catlin,
county
ju
lge,
et
'
¡and
near
A'hland
«»5oH
dol*
(KON1MILI. fr A BIRhsM. Agents. Jacksonville Or.
< alifornia-tr«-.s.
, ,(| KKMAN
C« n! rul Point, Oregon,
I dians may become citizens. The status have enough interest in the matter to in­
For Children, for Adults, and for the Aged.
11 T Smith to John R«»\ « <•; Ko acres m al , res|>on<ients, the ju lgtnent of the
THUS G. RI AMF..S
• of the Indians under this allotment act, I 1 quire tlie value of his holding. About
Tp
TS,
S
id
II.
2
West
ÏU0
d'ds.
Gradua»-» <»f th • M- I
I' v..rsity of r»«>ui*ville
section
2:
lower
court
was
affirmed;
opinion
by
SAFE TO TAKE IN ANY CONDHION OF THE SY8TEM1
three weeks ago he came to l.o, Angeles
Kuntacky. Call*» promptly uttendwd to day or
Tbos A Harris to Lydia II Harris ; prop Lord, chief justice.
This action is a ' i as interpreter! by the Indian bureau at
I .Washington. *livi*l* H the Indians upon , t > finish his visit liegun twelve months
*»lght.
ertv in A'hland. óOni dois
writ of review brought by appellant to ie- '
J. H.ZEILIN & CO.,
<»
T Co to B s Webb, pr '¡»ertv in M» 4 view the action of the board of equaliza- I ■ whom citizenship is to lie or may be liefore. The real estate man from whom
B. r GFARY. M. I»..
R. PRT ’R. M. D..
sole rROFRiEroFS,
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
ford .Vi dols.
conferri’d into three classes, viz.; fl) I lie bought the lot wanted to buy it back
Residence on (' St
William*' HaiMing.
Alice
V Maxon to Agnes M »«earv; 11 .33 tion Multnomah county in refusing toi Anv Indian born within the territoiial for a customer ami asked w het her it was
l'RICF. SL.OO.
allow
certain
claims
for
reduction
of
as-I
Keep,
the
larsa-t
»toc
k
of
acres
in
section
15.
Tp
3s,
Sof
R.
2
West
IMPORTERS
AND
DEALERS
IN
PHTCE & GEARY.
j limits of the United States, who ha* ta- for sale. The tourist replied in the af­
sessinent on account of indebtedness
l.Vtn dols.
|»a\id Payne to <» Harbaugh; property The appeal is from the judgment of tlie I ken up Ins residence separate and apart , firmative. but said he wanted to take
BHYsICIANs AND SURGEONS,
i
' from an Indian trihe. ami adopted the a look at it first. As they rode out in
m Medfoni. L’»0 dols.
circuit court affirming the decision of the
| habits *»f eivdir.ed life, is by the act the cable car, the tourist made up his
vicdfurd. Oregon
Abigail Taylor to M W’ Wheeler, et al
boaid. This judgment is affiiimed ; first.
------- Kild-------
320 12 acres in Tp 37. S of R, I W’est. 10
I “lierebv declared to lie a c'tizen of th*. mind toa»k $3." h )0 for the property—five
because
the
claim
of
plaintiff
for
a
re
­
Office* in William*’ Brick Bmhlinit Up-ataim.
doh.
United States.” All Indians who avail time, as much as be )*aid—feeling as­
duction of assessment was not sworn to
I
W
CoX
to
W
T
and
J
A
Houston
;
(J)
VINES AND SHRUBBERY
tliemsi-lves of this provision will liecome sured that the price would be beat down.
Over 30.000 Cures in Six Years. acres iti section 7, I’ p 34, S of R, 1 West. or esiieeially detailed in aceordam e w ith citizens,
but they will not become citi­ Alter an inspei tion of the improvements
the statute ; second, the county and not
475 dols
<»n the Northwest coast.
(’ S Patent to E Taber; II'.» 12 acres in the board should be defendant. In the zens until they comply with the eon li- in the neighbotbooil the real estate man
PILER. RECTAL ULCER. FISSURES. I’KU
tions of the act. (2 Any Indian« to inquired. “ Well, what will you take for
RITUS AM. FISTULAS IN ANO.
s«« lions 23 am! 24. Tp 3> S < f R. 1 West
course of the opinion, Judge Lord says
POLYPUS RECTI. E tc .
whom allotments have already lieeti the lot " ' By a slip of the tongue he
II Amerman J J Holt. 11!» 12 acres in
Cor. 3d and E Streets,
"The original list shows that the plain­
sections ¿3 and .31. Tp >K. > of R 1 West
made undet any ¡aw or treaty are now , answered promptly “3.‘>,OOH,’'and to bis
tiff
had
a
fraction
over
$14'1,000
taxable
Cured Without Cutting Operations 15,M» d »Is.
citizens
As to this class of Indians the intense astonishment ttie real estate
POKTLYNI». OH.,
I S Patent to J B Bunyard: 4*» acre* in projierty, according to its own sworn law ia self o|*erative. They become citi­ man instantly replied, "I'll take it ”
PRICES:
statement,
and
that
it
had
only
been
as
­
'«
ution
31.
IT»
.38,
S
of
R,
1
East
l’.nta nirg t'jn Boom«, well fnrnisli«**!. Tl*«b«««
zens bv virtue of a pre-existing condition.
F S l atent to J B Bnnyard ; 54.11 acres sessed for about half that amount, $S0,
T he G heat T ki - hhiopi :.—The thirty-
;; All other Indian«—anil this class
in section 3, Tp 39. S of R, 1 East.
DR. PILKINGTON.
ONE DOLLAR PER DAY HOUSE Appl.Tr«* ............................... f’ L?**2 "t'1'!?'
000. or fifty per cent, on the amount ad­ constitntes the main body of the Indians six inch telescope, largest in the world,
John Taylor to J B Bunyard . land in mitted to be subject totaxation. tin what
t'lum and Prunn Tr*>»< .....
—will not become citizens until ttie al­ which was designed and built by W far-
in ih* Stat«.
Burgeon,Oculist and Aunst. and proprietor<»f the sections 3. 4. 33 and 24. Tps 38 and 39. F of
Other frees and shrubbery furmahod reasonably.
principle or by authority of what law
Sanitarium for Eye, Ear and Nervous Diseases, R, 1 East 40 dols.
lotments provided for by the several'.}' ner A Swanxejr, is finished and will at
S-nd for jMI('jl‘J;|!''rJ-'|\EvfI|.'R. Wn»*dharll.Or (
this
mode
of
taxation
is
authorised
or
Portland,
Or.
has
been
app«*int»Hl
Hg«nt
and
71'59 Basas to ani fr:m the Hotel.
Anna Fordyce to
act should have l*een made. The allot­ once be shipped to its destination at
physician for this system for Oregon, and hat» in undivided one-third
permitted we are unable to discover or
ment of lands in severalty is now pro­ Mount Hamilton. California, where it
two months mad© a number of cures of cases, in
to understand. In this respect the as­
.No Chia««« employed and no deviation in
some of which, sever© operations with the knife S of R. 1 East 625
ceeding upon a number of reservations, will l.e placed in the l.iclr observatory.
188?
CORRESPONDENCE St > LI CITED.
B F Myer to Hattie M Logan, property sessment certainly affords the plaintiff
haveonly
done
harm.
•' m -IT s 25 cent«, lodums 25 »mti'o5*’rente.
and the Indian office will allot all of the Tlie base of cast iron is 10x17 feet at the
Refers by permission to Mr. Jas. W. Weather­ in Ashland. I»»”” doh.
little reason for complaint.”
K. t.K’.VISTtlN Proprietor
lands as rapidly as possible.
liottoin, and 4xK feel at the top, and
ford, druggist, well-known tn Salem; M t . Frank
W T Si nge to D« bt H Hendcishot. bond
Gardner, machinist at car-shops, and others.
weighs eighteen tons
On this column
for deed to property in Ashland. 1500
Manufacturer of
Htxnv G iorgi : in a rcient speech
Will meet patients at
rest« a head weighing four tons, on
doh.
urged
the
necessity
of
free
land
for
,
<■1
it
ri
K
or
Goi.n.
—
There
was
a
sight
Helm
;
40
acr
•«
in
W H Atkinson to A C
which tlie nteel pilar axis, ten feet long
J. FRALEY’S HOTEL, ASHLAND,
section 2 I'-'. Tp 3!». Hof It. I l'.a-t »m <1**1, prsyr f 'lks, and said no p >er man could I in Buckskin gulch Tuesday that would and twelve inches in diameter, supports
Every Secon«! Sunday in Each Month.
A resident of Dako-i have made the oldest placer miner’s
The public ,r. h-r.b, notified thatt th« undew
L < Y< ocum to A C Helm; 10" acres ii* get any land free
the declination axis. al«o of steel, ten
Address for pamphlet on Recta! Diseases,
Dealer in
section 2 22. T|. fto. S of B 1 I'. i«t 10**0 ,loi« ta was present, and he r**«e up and told j heart leap with joy, says the Murray feet long, ten inches in diameter, and
•Ignadwill uff»r ,t private «al» all th«
DR. J. B PILKINGTON.
(. *van High t- A C He’n*. property in Mr. «ieorg*» that there were thousands Suri. The surfa e gravel had l»een
weighing 230:) («lun ls. The steel tulie,
PoiHand. Oregon.
Ash'ind 21‘HGh s.
of acres of land in that tciritory fiee to I washed off. and the large cut in the jag­
WAGON MATERIAL.
z,
A C Helm to George Engle . th© undivid­ any jstrsoii who might settle and ini— ■ ged bedrock for over 100 feet was a mass fifty-six feet six indies long, is four feet
\ A
in diameter at tl.o center, ta|>ering to
ed half of Ka> acres in section 22. l’p 39. S
v arr.au« T.. .I« and privat.»
**.'’
A full lino in i*t.«-k ,,f
prove them. Mr. (ieorge stammered a' of glittering gold. In places where it
of R I Ea*!. 2hf».l 1*
thirty-six inches at each end, and weigha
m I» Hanna Th»© i* a ™r‘' opl»',rfun.ty far any
.’..“"«tu irch— «um- br..-1-..rc..rr*^-
John F azer to John C Slagle; property little, ami thought wa« a good way off had lo*lged in the crevices it could le> over four tons The driving clock and
HESERKL BUI1.KING VAIERIAL.
off. His society evidently want free land picked up by the s(io<>nful. About a pint
DEALERS IN
in Mf df- rd. .Tn» doh.
material, c'c.
HANNA. Administrator
balcony for the assistant astronomer ia
George would select of nuggets, from $20 to $.’>0 in weight,
t.luunb-« mil Prie- l.i«t "n »pplieiK >11
II <’ Mulvany to John Slagle and J W ill Broadway.
i
reached by a spiral staircase at the south
Nature’»« own Rem©dy
March f*. »•*»
Country orden* ** »i««’*alty.
Fraser ; property in Medford. 32*» doh.
the most stylish house on Fifth avenue, were picked up in the forenoon by
FAt l«»RV AT WEIDI.EKS MILI..
I < Patent to’W R Potter ; 14»» 4*» acres in and would ¡ike to have the public fur­ Charles Dudley, and about twenty side of the column. The center of mo­
Will speedily relieve and p©rma sei t .' ns 6,7 and 3l. Tp'.'i'» and 31. S of R.l E nish him with provisions and servant*. pounds of gold had already been taken tion is thirty-seven feet above the base,
Salesroom-*, cor. Third xn,l E Hire-
I
and w hen the telescope is pointed to the
nontiy «'tire all the varioUH dirficul- i J II Vavfield to Jam©« Helms ; 236 68
I
I'(»RTL\M> OREGON.
to the bank, which had been scooped xenith the object glass, which is thirty-
ti»*p arising from a disordered con acres in sections 21 and 25, Tps 35 and 36,
Cure
lor
Pilcn
('or. Front and Morrison St*..
PAINTS and OILS.
d it ion of th©
out of the potholes
No very large six inches in diameter, is sixty-five feet
Hof R.l West. 1200 »ioh.
Piles are frequently preceded bv a sense pieces had been found, the largest w ould
Martha J Hockersmith to M E Weiss;
«»Ill <¿<>*.
LIVER AND KIDNEYS ! propertv in Ashland 50 dols.
of weight in the back, loins an 1 lower pirt probably not go over three ounces. The from the base. The total weight of the
POKfl.
‘tele-cope is thirty-five tons.
W IT Atkinson to D Cameron ; 4»» acrer in of abdomen, causing the patient to sup­ clean-up, which will probably take two
It ia perfectly harmloH* and can
New nr.-,r^r Krick. Flr.l-rl*«« I» »II •«•'1'"»
bo given to the in® st delicate woman section 22. Tp39.S of R. 1 East 900 doh. pose In* has sonic affection of the kidney? or tlnee days yet to make it complete, Ifrtiitkeunra^ nr th* l.iquor llabtt PoiitlTf.
By the Thousand !
or child. For rale by all druggist*.
(» Ganiard to J B Dungan . 399.58 acre« or neighboring organs. At time? symp­ w ill l><* by far the larges' ever made in
THOS. GUINEA*. I*ro,rl»!«r.
Iy t'ttrrd by Adinini»t*Ttug I>r
in section« 1. 6 and 36. Tp.3.5 and 36. Sof toms of indigesti<»n are present, flatulency
llauifs' ( io I i I ch .Speri/lf.
SMELL,
HEITNHl
A
WOOD
4111»,
THE
UNDERSIGNED
IS
NOW
TAKING
OH
uneasiness of the stomach, etc. A m»»i? the camp. It is estimated to reach fifty
f^-rh» Ismond Restaurant is un»nrpv»««l in 1 der»thruu«h Jiwknon *n«i J«M>plune couutieo
R.
2
and
3W
’
est.
19.000
doh.
•T ik 'I. moii villo. < ti’cyon
It can be given in a cup of coffee or tea
Wholesale Agents.
tore, like perspiration, producing a tct ; pound, or in the neighborhood of $9000. w ithout th»’ knowledge of tl»e person taking
Sarah
A
Fordyce
t<.
Frank
H
Carter,
Q
every particule
fur
PORTLAND. OREGON.
CDtoan undivided one-third of land in disagreeable itching, after getting warn,
it; i* absolutely harnile*9 and will effect a
is a common attemlant
Blind. Bice link
Tp 3!». S of R. 1 E»i-t
100 doh.
Whut Ain I Io lh ?
¡»ertnanent ati«i speedy cure, whether the
FRUIT TREES & SHRUBBERY,
Slate <»f Oregon to James Scobie: 200 and Itching Piles yield at once to the appli­
The symptoms of Biliousness are unhap­ Patient is a moderate drinker or an alco­
acres in section 36. Tp .39. S of R. 1 Ea«t. cation of I»r. Bosank" s Pile Remedy,
Thousands ol drunkards
a i lphknonh indubikd ro :n i bi tn
Any kind raised in a first • lasa Nursery.
which act dire t.ly on the parts affected, pily but two well known. They differ in holic wreck.
25»» doh
LOTS FOR SALE.
A ;,fH I’ llw-M.
'I-" r«ine«t.«l to
absorbing the 1 amors, allayingtb© intense different individuals to sorue extent. A have been made temperate men who have
I'
S
Patent
to
James
and
E
iz.n
Bunyard
.
¿Tr.th.«"« t'-th-»"''- >' ,h-v ’’A
'”1
rh<i*e wanting Trees thi* 'all will do well to
taken Golden Specific in their coffee with­
cure
in: SUBSCRIBER HAS A NUMBER OF 30u 30 acres in section 3. Tp .39, 8 of R. 1 itching and effecting permanent
inve roe their orders, a« I will guarantee aatiefac-
Foil GOOPS IN OUR LINE
out uirir
their anowieuge.
knowledge, ana
and today
to-day twheve
believe
X m ' »«!>■•
‘n"“7 ,h"
n,u"‘
’
choice lots in the flourishing town of
Price .50 cents. Add res«. The Dr. Boeanko bilious man is seldom a breakfast eater. oui
East.
tion.
..
,
. ,
I
np without further delay.
HANNA,
old at the Too frequently, alas, be has an excellent they quit drinking of their own frte will,
I warrant all my tree* if properly cared for.
B F My©r to Lydia Gri*wood ; property Medicine Co . Piqua. Ohio.
i
11
never
fails.
The
system
once
impreg-
L.
C.
HEINRICHSEN.
appetite
for
liquids
but
none
for
solids
of
a
City Drug St«»re.
Terms of payment ©a.*y. Produce taken at mar­
MminietHJor »f R»*
of *
Hann*
in A-hland. 75 «lois
morning His tongue will hardily bear ! nated with the Specific it becomes an utter
ket price lrt» ■> lbe. <»f Reach S.w*d wanted.
Sarah A Fordyce
— — tn Ella (' Landers Q
4
« ■ ’•________ _______ _________________
s. JO’!N'r'.L
a i Ci 2
-
Po/ui 2.«!, ûi.jsn
inspection at any time; if it is not white impii-ibilitv for the liquor appetite Coexist.
.V»r II hi Fni D
C
I)
to
an
undivided
two-third
interest
or
which li© offer* for »alo at r©a*onHbl* prie©©.
Jacksonville. Oregon Aug. I 1HX3.
For full particulars, address Golden Speci­
ter with t old and furred, it is rough, at all events.
I ha<l b<cn troubled all *
H©r» i*« a fnvorabl© opportunity to invon* in ©x- doner right to land in Tp39. S of R. 1 East.
The digestive system ia wholly out of or­ fic Co . 1 m 5 Rare St . Cincinnati. Ohio.
THE LEADING JEWELERS OF THE NORTHWEST,
r©ll©nt town property and ’’grow up wdhthe 200 doh.
o relief front
and pain in (be < l.e«t and v
country.”
Susan G Blake to Elia l.amier« an no !i- renn-dio« recommended by 'ruggì ata and der and Diarrhea o-Constipation may be
CITY BARBER SHOP
B. A. GODFREY.
Wholesaleaiid Retail Dealers in
vided one third interest lo land in Tp 39, S phvsi> ian«. At th« same tin. I was advei - a aympon or the two may alternate There C\\<\ and reliable Medicine« are thebe«t
I.,«. Irt «**>«.■.■••
Bonanza, Jun© 17, 1887
CALIFORNIA HTRKET.
tndenend
unnn Acker’s « Blood El-
tisi’nR Dr. Hosanko's Conali and Lnmr ar»- often Hemorrhoids or even loss of VW
of R. 1 En«t 63»» doh
—
to
depend upon.
J M Mark to E ld ( Landers; Q C D tn Syrup
Iliad little faith, bit thought to blood. Jher»- nuiv be giddiness and often ixh has been prescribed for yean for fill im-
Settle-up Notice.
Oregon.
1 ickNom I lie.
an undivided one third interest to land in try it as a last resort; now I believe even headache and acidity or flatulence and ten- • pt i ri ties of the Blood. I d every f ormof Scrof-
Silver Mid Silver l’Ht*»l Wxr*». Sp«-'vie« and O;»'ie«l *»•><». Ie. aa-.nts forth*. Boek ford
Tn 9. Sof R. 1 East. 20») doh.
more than they tell me of it« curative qual- dernesa in the pit of the stomach. To cor­
A« th, U'-dcraiirnct ii elnaing up hi« black-
Fvphllitkor Mercurialdiaessce, ills
Kailro.'id W*t-h««.
Miss Kitti© .Mark to Ella C Lander« ; Q C itir-
THi:
UNDERSIGNED
is
FULl.y
PREPABED
'From the ' News. Ehz.atiethtnwn rect all th-.» if n<> < ff«*c« a cure try Green'* r
FOR ALL fSû \ WEEK AND EX
aiuitb
b
i
•».
in
J.vk
’
unvill
'.
th»»»
indebte
t
to
Al.l,
liOODH
IN
THU
I.IN»'
M
VNI'F
VTUIU
K
r*>
IN'»
KUl'AIf.E
invaluable. For Rheumatism, I im no equal.
to «i«» all w»rk in his line in the beat manner and
D
t
»
an
undivided
one
ninth
interest
to
¡August
Flower;
it
costs
but
a
tritie
and
Kv
Samp
e
bottle
5
cent»
at
City
Drug,
nin*©. a d.
worth rsnd (Stf-
him
wile
ufe
a
far
>r
bv
«?t*li„L
*t>
.<
au„u
as
'V.Vh il'-Uuir-.ii■- eirefuily . x ..-u'i‘.l.
i land in Tp 39. S oi R. 1 E *st
• t reasonable prices.
thousands attest its efficacy.
212 50 dols Store
¿U. F. U VI' KERY. Ml
1 For Sale at City Drug ftore.
DAVID CK'JNEMIU ER.
, •(«’•lieleciioti P** '<«g«« vont *»□ lußuoalion. C *ni a ni.e «: » iritn uv » Mote pucchaMU* elsewhere possible
GEOHGE tìUUUMI’F
«ult. Maia,
SKIN SCALP
BLOOD.
Jacksonville, Oregon
OF NEW SPRING
DRY AND FANCY COODS! PERSIAN CASHMERES, NUN’S VEILINC, LACE CHECKS
(’LOTI I I XCI
FURNISHING GOODS. HATS,
ZANZIBAR & PALMER SEERSUCKERS
MERRIMAC SATEENS,
ORGANDIES,
COCHECO
LAWNS
AM) CIIAMBKAY.’
AMOSKtAO, STAPLE CHEVIOTS ANU CINCHAMS.
I N DI GO 1 ’ 111 NTS
AND SIMPSON'S SILVER GREYS.
GREAT REDUCTIONS
A FINE STOCK
VARIETY STORE !
NEW WINDOW CURTAINS, WALL PAPERS and BORDERS
Large Stock of Boots and Shoes
.
.
T
GROCERIES
ALL THE REMAINING
PAINS and WEAKNESSES
THE PLACE
A. G. COLVIN, JACKSONVILLE, OK.,
BLACKSMITHING ACTUAL COST PRICES !
THE BEST STYLE
UnfailingSpecific
Vrl’ Æ SA C K I 1«'K?1C !
UYER
D. CRONEMILLER & SON S,
BUY THE BEST ANO BE HAPPY!
BEEKMAN & REAMES'
m
)A.
SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR
I
FARM AND MILL MACHINERY!
Successors toC.C. Beekman’s Bank.
I
< >1*
PARKE * LACY,
WOODBURN NURSERY
Fruit, smile, nmmcntal and Nut Trees
INTERNATIONAL HOTEL,
MACHINERY!
Ennkethoff System for Cute of all
RECTAL DISEASES.
NO APHIS OR LICE (Ki TREES. 1 HE INGERSOLL ROCK DSiLLo ANO COMPRESSORS
and WIRE ROPE-SPECIALTIES
SO I al-: .AXŒNTS b’OR
Westinghouse Automatic and Junior EnJgnes
J. C. CARSON,
A Rare Chance!
Sash. Doors, Blinds
1887.
1880
WINDOW UND PUTE GLASS
h . ya
^4/
A.H. MAEGLY & GO.,
HARDWARE, STOVES and TINWARE.
ESMOND HOTEL,
FRUIT TREES
WAGONS, PLOWS, IMPLEMENTS,
Settle Up Notice.
NOTHING SAVED BY SENDING EAST
T
Bonanza, Klamath County, Or..
" SHROPSHIRE DOfN SHEEP,
The Best Sheep for Wool and Mutton.
U/H Dl¿
WUnn^~.
I
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Clocks !