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Th«- business of the Jacksonville Marble
Everybody .«boul«i call and > c that mag
nificent >t < k of gauds being displayed by Works will continue right along under the
Newman l’ishcr. (ir< at bargains in every j management of the assignee, A. H. Ma*glv.
' .Anybody desiring a tombstone, monument,
linear« being uttered there.
John Stumniel, Montague
(’•> ’s grand | stone coping, etc., will find it to their ad-
i vantage tu call so«»n, as price# have been
traveling agent, has left San Francisc«» and , reduce«! considerably,
, . ........... ...... .. First-class merhan-
w ill assist in winding up the business of i ics are em ployed there and the best of
I worked turtle«! out
John Lehners at Yreka, (’al.
Henry Klippel, the real-estate agent, ! teed.
rhe White is king.
U1ITÎ) sr XTtì 5fflCl\L P.U8S.
8 KI I » A Y
NOVEMBER il. 1887
Southern Orryon Trade.
There was published in a San Francisco
lo< al paper recently a letter from J.
M. Chiles, a merchant at Grant’s I’ass,
Oregon, which may be <»( interest towhole
sale merchants of Portland. Says the
’• As t«> <«p<*culation as to which of
the two cities. San Francisco or Portland,
will derive the greater benefit from the
completion of the newline, I believe that
there is no question of the practicability
of wholesale merchants of San Francisco
<*apturing the trade of this section, if they
will come down tu business and work for it
From my personal experience in buying
gcods in the two cities, I have no h» sit a tion
m saying that my relations with s>n Fran
cisco have been most satisfactory
m.iking a comparison in purchasing go«»«!s
of Eastern manufa« ture I cannot s» e anv
ditterence between the tw • places, hut in
al! goo»l< fure.gn impor’afi.>n an.I Californ
ia pro !u ti”.1 such as sugar, syrup, vhees»*.
honey and early fruits and vegetables,
there is a dec »«led a«ivantage in buying
them fr«»in San Francisco Then, again,
o ; wheat, hides, furs, winter uotatoes an«!
a|»| s. chickens and eggs, would naturally
fin«i a »etter market there than in Portland.
It is «I*«» i<* be supposed that C.dif«»rn;a
i furi ish um the best market !.»r all
«»ur surplus (-.rille and horses ”
I irentt < ewrl ts.>ekrt,
li.ll-.wing is a ll«t id c.i.e. wlncti
i<s'ket«sl for the Nov,*ml»er term <>f
rcuit court (or Klamath reunt.«
■ ,f Orejmi vs J !■' Munz ; imlim
for murder m th«1 second degree
er. B \ Gmtfr-y; indictmeuf for
suit »uh a dangerous weapon
.8 Webb Sr. vs Cha* Putnam rt
otion toquash execution.
Taylor»« Klamath ruimtr; to
E E lleidi irli vs Jas
Kiam ith co mtv v*
B Sn « v, ami h \y
K. R. Ream
9vha!!*"-k . s.u
J I- E »oming.-.tmp vs Pau! an 1 Anna
Breitenstein . sam»-
John Gleim v*. F W. Clift, suit fur in
B F Van Brimmer v« Marion Smith ;
t«» f«»rrclose mortgage
M. 8. Ager vs. 8. C Ag
Jas. Mortoti vs. 8. A
K la math <*uuut v vs J K Ingalls, suit
W > m l ( s M ,.,rc v« Aligli-! Biehn
to f«»re« lose lien.
B »Idwin «k Furbe« vs D
Ferree; tu foreclose mortga
Ankeny and the Knbbrr.
I **i Bingham, lhe well-Kuow’n i.r.vxcr
trln a s -»rv on C.»pt. Ank«'ny t»> rii • «»tie«
th «t when that big in in wi h a I
»rti.m t » hi- I hj U v was r| ling .ih.'a I of
a pack train that w.i- t i' ■>< -»iipp i»*s into
lhe mi»«('s in J i(-k*»«»n • ountv h»* was si<»p
pe 1 by a young feil«»w with a pistol and
tolti to throw up his arms.
tn.m turne«i in his saddle and viewing the
a u.rieur rmid agent fr >m he.» 1 t«> foot,
“Y*Mi’re fi»ol-.sh boy. Y m couldn’t
hit me but once, an I then before you
w«»ul«i know where you were I w Oil'd
have yon in these big arms of mine t ami
s«|'i’*t'/.'- bio »1 '»ut <»f v >ur ears b »fore you
•ould say Jack Robinson
No v. t*ll m ■
the truth, are you hungry *” ’ I am,” i w
the feeble reply
ve be(*n r»».im
ab » it the-e mountains for a w«*- k, and
broke, hungry, afoot and sick.” Then
generous old miner got d «wn from
mule, ami when the pack train came
gave the poor b »y an abti*»dan<*e of f«»o«
mounted him on a cay use, an I hired |»it
to help the tr.i'l* men as a night herder
orK SOLID HfV.
Below if 8 list of tax payer, in
county paying taxes on >2000 and
< >i vgi»n Kidi ley l ea.
! Amv, 1!
Some fogg this week.
Axliland Woolen Milla
Dancing-school this evening.
1 Atkinaon, W H
Pay the printer and be happy
Read the new advertisements.
Anderson, E K
\bmliam, Sol «A II
The holiday* are approaching.
J. C Whipp. has purcliscd a piece of Ailkina, B F . ...........
has established a branch olfl *e at Me«ifur«i,
(’ounty court has been in session this
with I). W. Crosby as manager. Read his
Angle ,<t Ply male
acres, a hick connects on the ten-acre traet Adkins & Webb
advertisement for bargain.
long Abraham A Willis
The election p issed ofl quietly on Tues
Wickham A Luckey, real-estate agents he secured from J. N T. Miller not
lami American Mortgage Co
at Ashland, arc doing a good business, as since. It is one of the best pieces of
in the valley and splemlily located, being Blai kwooil, K T
Free concert at the I'. S. Hall tienorrow they attend to all matters intrusted to their on the road between this place and Medford. Barron. HF
Mr. W. will make some impr«»vents on it , Billings, I i F
c.-ire with ability ami dispatch.
Bank of Ashland
Tuesday w .-i* election day and also a le
N A. Jacobs elsewhere gives notice that
(’. W Logan, the popular Ashland pho Benedict, Rial
hv will hold a pH'»iic examination tor those
If you want to pay more taxes vo’e for dt sirii.g tu apply fur Itachers’ certificates, tographer, who has been in California re Bei kman, CC
on Wednesday Nov. .’k). 18*7.
Bilger, Amanda gua
the art while in San Francisco and Oak
Many tuns of potatoes are tmiiig brought
A. II. Maegly is having the new «how
and is ronseq lrntly better prepared Britt, Peter
I windows and doors in the front of his land,
to this market.
than ever to furnish his patrons with pho B«*ekman A Kearnes
Go to the S. F. '¿ariety Store (or the nob hardware st<»rv painted, and when finished tographs of every stylo and size. He dues i Bice« her. II
the be-t « t w<»rk after tin* infest styles, and
will present a line appearance
l>«»n’i Brooks, E ('
never fails in giving satisfaction
The sportsmen ore killing a large number
An exchange says: The Shasta division fail to give hi in a trial.
"f ‘piail at present.
soon to be established, will comprise the
We < all attention to the card of Mrs Rob
inson A Gill, published in another column. Brown, R H
Nature's remedy is what they say of
with headquarters at Dunsmuir.
This association for the practice of medi Barnum, J H
Oregon Kidney Tea.
Ministers, teachers and students will cine wiil undoubtedly meet the approval of Baker, till
Indication' were favorable fur more rain
find, after long continued ineiitul effort the community, besides enlarging the Beall, R V
as we went Io press.
great refreshment by gently relaxing the business of these gentieni' n They will Beall Estate «t V
Bargains in every line may still he found
t........ r .
______ io calls both day and Beall Estat«'
system w th Freses Hamburg lea.
nt Newman Fisher's
night in tow’ll ami in the country, ami are Bennett, 8 I.
Read School «Superintendent Jac<)bs' no prepare«! to treat diseases ot the lungs by Barnes, J T
Henry Kintjeti is now a resident ot Reno.
tice to applicants fur teacher’s certificates, the gaseous method, so much talked or.
Nev. Success to him
lie will hold the next regular examination
Gilmore s Neuralgia Cure is a oosi.ive Burrage, (' W
Eli nut utlicc c »at i. bandy ami «‘heap, at on the last Wedncs lav in the month
cure for Neuralgia in the face, side and Buckley, ,1 O
the > F. Variety Store
Butler, ti S
stomach. SoldalCit.. Drugstore.
A large and r »tuph-te line uf scouid book
t'llitwosl, J II
F«»r g<» • I shingh-s. shakes an I cord-woud stationery, etc..—first-class good* may
J.»Im II Yale*, ot Batavia. N Y sa. .» 3
apply at the T imes «. ftice.
•• I cheerfully com mend
be found al the City Drug >t«»re, ami will
( »uiimer« ial travelers have been ».umer- be sold at tlie most rea* )iiable rates.
farter, 11 B _____
11 dni new lite and vigor send
ou* «luring th- pxst week.
.1 1 >
I'hrough this week frame of mine
Geo. W. Cooksey of Central Point has
( lary, S
I: di I t«»r all my stomach ills
Pay your arrearages at the T imrs office purchased a half interest in the Baine *
M-.r«* than th»* •!«•« t<»r ami iris pills.”
and get one of our p emiums.
farm, about four mi.es northcast of Jack
S »1«! at < ity Drug St- re
Colver «k Hudah
Henry Klippci announces some new sonville. $10.090 Was the ¡»rice paid.
Fr. m Appleton’s ’Guide’’
We presume t arver, E W
tra« ts of land for sale in another column.
l he second term ut the Ashland normal that there ale but very few readers of the Colver, Louis Estate
Colver, Mrs Maria
The election on the amcmlsments in Ore ' school < omuivnvtd last Munday, a large
Guide” who are unacquainted with Pond s
gon is a feature «»f tin* p is*.
number ui .new students beginning w ith Extract, a . r«gards it« extraordinary cura- Cardwell,,! A
the term. The st hool is doing nicely.
('ail an I ••■■ th-»se ne V ;» ill»«, j'l -t
tiv»* nr«»;»erli( *
We have usd it in our t 'oleman, 1. ('
Ceivr.l, a’ M ¡i'*or Bros, .store.
' A nuuiuvr
uvi ui claims for Indian dvpreda-
v years, and Carron, Heirs
power in re Carlton, SA
p »T- - tion*. (’uiuuntled in lhe Rogue river war
of K»7-’oS, have lately been .tlloAk i bv the
» foi all hem < rain. .1 A
>. s>»r»' thr«>at. < 'mi-taut, I
r prom|»t an i rapid I a ten >r i > q».ii i.r.vut
uiblrcd ¡»aim* ('ooksey, <i w
1 is used h-»th Cantrall, A
t, Chas J«»:m>.»n fruiu tii
Be careful t.»
i longing tu
i .1 -i
< ardwell, Mr« Klien
side Saloon in t«»wn la*t Sa ur.
< 'antrail, John
' he oil« rs a liberal 1« ward f«» :b«
• • V
< 'ameron, R J
O. R Biakesly has returned from the «•ry.
< ameron, Z
coast and will locale in this vicinity.
1 i'll '.* Cameron, Theo
Deed*, mortgages an I every ie*cription
Fresh lem >ns, figs, candies and nuts | uf real-estate and legal blanks for sale at
t luggage, J estate
always on hand at the S. F. Variety.
I the T imes uffi. e at Portland prices
Chandlers, Alary estate
Jane L the Oregon trotting mare, won j us a cad. if you need anything m the blank
Dollarhidc, II C
two r ices at San Francisco last week.
Camerún uf I nioiitown precinct Dunn. Pat
Luke Moore ha*' sold fii.s farm near A rii
■ •♦* county ' -at yester«i«iy.
land t • Dr llcliu and other'« for
Wliipp. <»ur «‘U'-rgrti. m iride man. Drake A Thompson
rhe i»e*'t cigars of all kinds—fresh and
e to A«lilund oil a busiip s' trip.
I >ay. S .!
flagrant .it the S F. Variety Store.
i .io ! daughter of As DeRolmam, Henrietta
Geo. ('bastili, lately of Phœnix, is now a
an 1 ft lends in De Bar, Ge«» < >
a un VI
re-; h ut of Davis creek. Mudoc, Co., (’al.
Daley, A J
f'Hin i ot» th»* fir
at w hat low l»l
¡¡¡ng lh«*ir new
l l’i -tt, lames
crest in the
I’.mery, EI» t
>an Franc . *
•I ! < »In
I arliart,- Samimi
ai t-1 re- Fountain «k Holmes
All kinds of country produco taken
Farnham, S A
exchange for goods at Mensor Kr
Rev. II B Ewell, of Pavilion N Y ,sa
Mis- Berth >ul«»mon of >an Francisco, a
Foldy««' ■. S A
of Gilmore's Ar«.malic Wine.
mee of J«>*. Solomon ot this place, is vi*it- 1'urrv, Samuel
it to bv a most desirable remedy to
mg re •latives in this place.
Fisher, A «t Bro
placed in every family ” Sold at ( i
( • >! W.J. Hartin, ut <».de^ville, Dou. las FMier. N
count y. is visiting his daughter. Mrs. W. Fur'lu'e. Anna
F its : Ail fits stoppd free l»y Dr. Kim»*
J. Fly niaic, at tin* pla«’O.
(inihli, John 1,
Great Nerve Restorers No fits after fir
Jas. . lLins»*ii. formerly of this section but 'iinianl. <>
1 day's u«e. M.trvemus cures. Trvati*«*ai.
late of l Britisii (’oiumbia, returned to this Gum, John
V. A. Odon, formerly of Pleasant creek, 2 trial bottle tree to fit eases. Send to D
plat e the for» ¡»art uf the week.
is now a resident of Jump-uiT-Joe, Jose Klim*. 931 A Till St.
Jas. lords« i*y returned to his father’s < i'inlon, Alfred
A coinplel»» ami tirst «•! i«s st x k »t gent
place on R"gue river last '‘veiling after
Gregory, \V J
1 he prune crop in the vicinit.v uf Myrtle furnishing good«, such as white, per« t!
.-'¡«ending sevvial days in town.
creek, which was large this year, has all and neglige shirt« un»!erwc ir, etc — Un
Mrs Chas Wolters of Mcaford, who has Groupncr, E
very latest—lias just b?cn re
red a 11«
been taken care of.
been «¡nite ill for soim-time | ast is mudi Gleave, I’liil
S F. Variety Store
I tbs upporiumry puss.
Kobuiiou, J W ..........
GREEN- At Eagle Point. Nov "th. to Mr and
Mrs. .J . K. Green, a son, a ten-pounder.
On« Dollar Hood's Sarsaparilla is the only
medicine of which this can be truly said;
and it Is an unanswerable argument as to
the strength and positive economy of tills
great medicine. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is mad"
ot roots, herbs, barks, etc., long and favorably
known for their power in purifying the blood ;
and In combination, proportion, and process.
Hood's Sarsaparilla Is peculiar to ititl/.
" For economy and comfort we use Hood's
Sarsaparilla." M bs . C. B kewsteb , Buffalo.
"Hood's Sarsaparilla takes Uss time and
quantity to show its effect than any other
preparation 1 ever heard of. I would not be
without It In the house."
M bs C. A. M.
H vbbabd , North Chill, N. Y. 100 Doses
«0*11 lustrateti Catalogue aiul Samples of G«xxls Mailed free on
Application. The Oldest Country Order House on the Pacific Coast
714 and 716 J St., 713 and 715 Oak Avenue.
T ro Bterv B illdiDg*-
C H. GILMAN, Prop
-p *in^ at fi
A. (»won mail,' an uHi'-ial trip to
rant s Pa... ttiia week.
1'■ Ilugg and » if.- uf Illinois arrived
itral Point thi. week
K I pt y and family <4 Sam « valle»
reimive I to I entrai Point
< ita- Hoagiaml and fami \ of Klamath
iiuty ari iv. d Here thi- wm k.
Hood's Sarsaparilla cures scrofula, salt
rheum, all humors, boils, pimples, generaj de
bility, dyspepsia, biliousness, slek headache,
catarrh, rheumatism, kidney and liver com-
J'lafnts. and all affections caused by impure
blood or low condition of the system. Try It.
" I was severely afflicted with scrofula, and
for over a year had two running sores on my
neck. 1 took five bottles of Hood's Sarsapa
rilla, and consider myself entirely cured."
C. E. L ovejot , Lowell, Mass.
"Hood's Sarsaparilla did me an Immense
amount of good. My whole system has been
built up> and strengthened, my digestion Im.
proved, and my head relieved of the bad feel
Ing. I consider It the best medicine I liavo
ever used, and should not know how to do
without it." Mani" L. I' eblf ., Salem, Mass.
Sold by all druggists. $1 ; six for $5. Made
OLly by C. I. HOOD A CO., Lowell, Mass
100 Doses One Dollar.
The elei (¡«'ll pa
ing lie ¡T.ihihili"
NEW THIS WEEK.
B. M t.n i M 1)
J W. B ousson . M. D
W I. in
DRS. ROBINSON A. CILL,
I HY-l* IAN’S
I Pomt < an now l»o.i«'t «u
Y >ur correspondent will endeavor
next week to give the vn lue and number of
buildings that Lave l»«-ri: constructed in the
< • •ntraf P«»int, with its future prospect
bid* fair t.» become < .me ot the leading cities
of southern (>r»-gon. Four years ago new
Central Point was a blank in Jackson
county. After our opponent town had
started at the present place called Medford,
people ridiculed the idea of Central Point
ever i«m »uutii)g to anything. But look
upon "tir thriving Village to day! After
all • pposuion ami piejudire she ri growing
right along ; she i* r.mk»-«i w ith tiie other
leading town.*; *he w ili so»n score the last
point, whi' li will ever bring pr«>*peril.'
yet it is our indefatigable citizens that have
a« < ompliriieri this result. W hat town ever
struggled under any more disadvantages
fur it? freedom than Central Point’’ It is
rue we have a larger scope of c« untrv sur-
ounding us tha
Hl' o ( will, h w
t 'WU <
i f« w \c.ir
i ‘1 PI
I (Il I
ROPER, CALEY * HELM,
Notice for Publication
L and O ffici at R tsflcro . On
N « 3 1--.
OTE : IM HERFin GIVEN that ihf
folios mu-r.H n«»d Hcttlrr ban filed notice of
ho« intrnti« n to make fi’i.d proof in supj-ort
his ••’i.aitr». and clint - od j<r«»«>f uni 1 be in ad«« be
fore the Jtidge
_ „__ or Cl«*rk
. . .<»f the County
( ounty ('«»ort
Jackson (’« <».. O-.. at Jacks«»! vill»’. Or . on Tue»«
day. Dec. 2 2n. 1SS7. viz John (iolduby. humetUead
. Ib I. for t h«« S E 1-1, wert ton 1-. Tp 314.
8 of If 3 West.
\V M. H“ nain«**» th«* followinw
wifno! ••a m prove bis «•<>ntinu«»uK roaidflace up-
on. and cu!ti\ c i«»n Of. t««aid land, »iz : Hobt. J
(’inneron. 1‘. ( am^ron Andrew (’«ntr^lL John
< 'ant rell
All «•( L i:i«»ii( «’wn. «b«' k-««ii r<»un«y.
( HAS W. JOHNSTON. Roister
Notice of Public Examina
O ffice «» f
T he (’ ounty Kcunoi. S ci ’ f . rintendent , ’-
J acks » mviluk . O b . N » v . ji 1887
VOTK E IS HEREBY Gl VEN TH AT FOR THE
<>f rnakine rii examinHtion of all p< r-
w'.o ;ri -y offer themv.»« as candidat»** for
•-o. of the schools of this cidi! ty, the ( ou nt j
•I Stip«‘rui’o!HÌ»'r't thereof will hold n pubi
i ' »art llw.isr
HEAL ESTATE OFFICE IS ASIILANII. OR.. NEXT POOR TO BASK.
•X|ii ACRES iu lots t<» suit purcliu.--
Ci <• ty «»f Ashland su- offered for ealv at fair pria«« ar. d
wV» ’ on
] i H H | A< RES m five, ter; and twenty a« ?«- trad idj>»u i..g an«i near Ashland. The b*»st qualit
A VW >f fruit I mi ;«!-, «ttid m»»ht «i«*tial»;< -.tua'
- are now «4f>-r« d f<»r *ah- at tins offire
Emit and farming ¡ « ik I h in tnidbof fr«»m 4 to
ucr«*-, T ot A-hlund. ai»d Minna th« tin« of th
milriwvi. <-*n I»«* put<-U«M»»*«i ««» liii» «•tti«*«'
A *pl<Tiili«l Hto< k Ranch of 3U • «*« r* *» in J
-• i? L'. and «»ne «»f 4»3unaer»M in Klamath cuau
for Hile at a bargain at thi«<»tfi -e
re.in.mabl»* comnii'-!«»u w.li b<» c .
f««r hii.riiitf «»r stdliug realos*tatw in
Jackaouand Joeephioeami Klamatl counties. Titleasriil I <-ar«-fnllv ii;vesiicat»-d; »«I»etract8 ftir
niaht-d; conveyancirg done; loan» uf mon**j ^crur«?»! f«»r th»* borrower or found fur th»- lender'»n th
most reasonable terms.
Wt »«hall always b«* prepared to give a”> information desired r.incemin« the needs. resourc»-s an
prosi enty of Ashland and .Southern Oregon, and will take pleasure ui »Lowing the pr«»perty we t fl<*
HELM. Real Estate Agent*.
Messrs. Lucky, (’ »wies and Rodgers have
formed a real-estate agency at Ashland
ami «ire prepared to do all bU'in *ss in t heil
line promptly an I well. They art- thur
ought}' reliable and desi
Huseman. Rem er A Durand.
IT PAYS THOUSANDS TO TRADE HERE !
NO MISREPRESENTATIONS !
ONE PRICE !
GASKINS—8('HVLTZ--In lx»» Angelo«, (’al.,
Nov. lMt Thus. A. Gankins and Mnsu Thereba
HOBSON SIMPSON At the residence of the
bride’» mother. Nov. 2d by Rev.G. E. Jones, P.
E . W Hobson and Miss Jane L Simpson
POWELL- SHORES-At the residence of L. (’
Shores, in Ashland. Oct. 23<1, by J. S. Eubank*.
J P., Geo. W. Powell and Mies Elizabeth
HAMILTON GIBSON At the Riddle House,
in M»*dford. Nov 6th by J. II. Bar •«dull. J. P..
1. L. Hamilton and alias Euola Gibson.
OUR PRICES NEVER ABOVE OTHERS AND OFTEN LESS
v.i K hie n.
LATEST FASHION IN FALL COODS I
A. Cd]itain'i Fortunate Ditcovrry.
< apt. Coleman, schr. Weymouth, plying
between Atlantic City and N. Y., had been
troubled with a cough so that he was un
able to sleep, and was induced to try I>r.
King's New Discovery for Consumption.
It not only gave him instant relief, but al
layed the extreme soreness in his breast.
His children were similarly aflecied and a
single dose had the same happy effect. Dr.
King’s New Discovery is now the standard
remedy in the Coleman household and on
board the rchooner. Free trial bottles of
this standard Remedy at City Drug Store.
< hir t
G iD"ii. I- HA Son
impr-»vol we are please I to -tato.
I < iold Hill Mining Co
Miss Tresia Si huitz. «¡«an lighter of < I I *
Herrin, J S
Schultz of this ¡dace, was i
Angeles on Nov. 1st. to fho .A A. Geskins, her*ist«-r, Mr«. A. <>. E» kelson, at Corvalis Houck. Johanna
(.’ Knighton, son of W. G. Knighton uf
a gentleman highly spoken of. We extend for sometime past has returned home.
Furt Klamath, was in Jacksonville for
supplies last week
As our new go«»ds have been received,
A in w string l»an«l has !•-e:i organized
ami having purchased them i of the be>t
Hanley ,t Love
in this place, which onmi.M - to (urm-h ex
Hanley, J A
houses in ' an Fram ;.-co. we m»w
cellent mu-ic ere l*»ng.
Hanley. Mary II
tx.*M quality >ii go
and at the lowe-t
»• I th.* s
HotlTnan. Mrs 1' p,
(iet-t * fu ri.
pn« »•«. Mentor Br
* 1W •
r.M- li .rild'O ID- <t « mi
in«- «Iwav* k
y 1 av
Hill, I. C
lhrve heavy engines arc now used in kcrc 11 ici ' i I - • i ■ • i«- f I ( » fg • 11 — j i - ft* t »
I l.irlnnigh, 11
hauling th«* trains up from llornbroou to ed—is bein 'dfspiaved at th« S. F Variety
Hm kenjos, John
the summitot the Siskiyou
I lershlierger. (i T
Haymond <k Magruder
ILissett. II M
Hanley. W A F. D
on the road, inter Hargadine. J F minor
Av • 1 the h.xr*b. irrit.riing. grij«ing c »:n
inen oí this section Harper, Win
A’ <on i not be otherwi-o expect»*«!, the P'lU'ut* *<■» often sold a* purgative mo li
Ish, Mrs S i: A Sophia
i>r<»hibiti«»n amendment was snowe<l un cine, and correct the irregu arties <»f the
bowels by the u*e of Ay»jr’s Cathartic
der in Oregon on l ih -day last.
Inlow A Ashpole
Fills. They ar»* invaluable as a family
Jacksonville gives 229 majority againM
Isaacs, < i W
prohibition at the la tv ele< tion and a num
A thousand an I 'jne loti ■■n an be found
Johnson. W J ,k Mrs P
ber of the voters did nut turn out
John M. Smith, who has been assisting
J iciibs, A (’o
at the 8. F. Variety >tore . i!s • I • U toys,
J. \V. Merritt tor sometime pa.^t, ha* gone Julien. N D
8. B Hamilton lias tiiken possession of
base and rubb *r balls, m iri» «•■«. iiat inoni
T , being called thither by Jacoby Bros
the Sturgis farm on Applegate anti is in »V- I
ea.s, j»*w*har|»s. va*e<. picture frames. «• (-.,
the'«erious illness ot his mother
ami Bib’e • a«- « ing his ctttcts there from Ashland.
Kingsbury, (' B
of every description, all nt the lowest
o’clm k a u a»
Mi*-s Maggie Lum who has been paying Kul'li A Bolt
’ It's only a question of time, and a short prices.
the r. M I.
San Francisco, southern ( aliforni i and Kleinliamcr, ('
tint«-, t • »,as t»» when your rlu*uinatisni will
A single bottle of Ayers Sarsaparilla wil!
Khini. (' K
ions other places an extended visit, is
The folko ing are Rev
yield to H ihm I .- i Sarsaparilla Try it
Karew ski, G
establish the merits of this medicine as a
expected tu return home in a few days.
ments: <»i every Sun
Kahler, C W
The November term of th»’ county court blood purifier. Many thousands of people I
cepting the third, he wil! hold services nt
Mr Thomas, who was
was held this week, when considerable bus are ye.nrly cured of chronic disease.« by the
Kime. Mrs Mary
the Presbyterian ebur- h in PL amx; on the
faithful use of this remedy. Every invalid iness on the >iskiy<>u.
iness of importance was transacted.
third Sunday morning an«l every Nundav
this week, where he will
AV P Linville of ¡able Rock precinct
evening tie will preach at the Pre*byt«*rian
•n Kincaide, W B
Read our grand clubbing inducement* w ho has bought an in
has gone east of the Rocky mountains on a
church in Jack’onvi’h*
published elsewhere. and if you want the
vi-*ir. accompanied by hr daughter.
Judge Webster. District Attorney (’olvig. Layton, J T
< trrult ( ourf l‘r
As lar as heard from, Ashland is the leading journal of southern Oregon ami the P. P Prim ami H. K. ILiiina are at Ltnlc- I.inn, David
The («»llowing business
I beet, trans- «»nly precinct in the county which gave the best newspaper or periodical in th«* United
Love, John A minor
States for the price of one, call or send to ville attending court. Chas Nickell of the I.usv, John S
a< tcd in this court up
the time the Prohibition amendment a majority.
T ime ? and Dr. Will. Jackson of the ‘ Senti
T imf . s ’ report w.t*« mailed
Lance, G W
nel’ ’ are also there.
Emerson's famous minstrel company,
8tate of Oregon vs. J. h Munz indict-
Messrs. Parke A Lacy have removed t » I I I. Hamilton ami Mi?s Enola Gibson, Myer, B F
ment for murder. Contin»i< (I.
Nos. Xi .»nd .V> Fr««iri str« «-t, in the lar -r both of M' ¡ford, who have many friends Murphy, John
State vs B A G -dfrrv. in lictment for nut seem to give getivr.il satis a 'ti«»n
building of Mr Bickel, Portland
I I h \ throt i^lp'Ut thi- section, were married on Mnk,Ison. Mike
an assault with inf« n! to kill S»*r fur Fn-
Gen. Hi ts G R.-ames went t<» Portl.»n«l are thoroughly r«’liab!e and «»ne ot tt.» 1» . I '»umia.v last. We wi.-h them a long and Mills, D R .Sr E V
llth, for tl .al
Ladd <V l’ilton v*« I hatcber .V Worden . on Monday last, having been summoned ing firms in the city. Their rapidly in prosperous journey through hie.
Mei all. J M
to recover money Judgment for $21*«» an<l there as a witness before the U. 8. court.
creasing business demand» I larger qu.art-
We learn that 1. B Merry, <»ne of Ore Mver, Wm
Myer, W C
Wells Bros, of Ashland precinct, have
|> Cronemi ler vs C <'unningliam V»
For the best turnouts for all occasions land, was in the valley on .Sunday last, Mathis, Wm M
rcr«»ver monrv On trial
driven their band of 2’*J0 tine sheep home
E K. 1!« . iiiii - y V’. l»«-n Shreve amt H r from the summer range in Klamath coun call at the Excelsior livery stable in Jack enjoying the sport <»f quail shooting. He Maeglv. A II
S« Lull« * k : to recover money. Dismis « l
Plymale'» prices are quite rea wm * accompanied by a juung gentleman McCully. Mrs J M
fioin the .same place.
sonable ami he never fails m giving *atis
Prof. La l-'ram «• w iil give a grand Ma.v
Merritt, J W
You will also do well to patron
P. Bonneville, agent for the standard quemde in this place,<>n Tliank«givingeve, faction
ize his stag«- line running beiwoen this
An ilh.’ftratc'i ( atalogur, containing lull Miller, John
sewing-machine - Wheeler .U Wilson -will which will be a fine affair in every particu
place an<l Medford.
information of f.im y work and materials McMahon, P estate
remain a few weeks linger a"d those know lar.
Lieut. Swift, superintendent c»f the V. 8. UNod.alsuof woolen yarns and their U'-es, McDaniel, Larkin
ing themselves indebted to the company
F M Thompson has taken up a home- signal service for northern California, Ore with valuable information to ladi»*s. Sent Martin, Alex
he represents, will find it to their advan
•trad claim on Applegate creek, and will gon,.and Washington and Idaho territories, on application.
Matthews, D P
tage to settle w ith him before his departure.
N ewman a L evixson .
take tip his residence in that section at passe«! through the valley last week.on his
129 and 131, Kearney St., S. F., Cal.
Letters addressed to Jacksonville will each
Magruder, II II
way from Linkville and Fort Bidwell,
him and he can be s»>en at the C. S Hotel
Magruder Bros A ('
Judge DePeatt and Commissioners Hay where he has been on an inspecting t*mr.
All accounts must be
W Cornish, having locate I on a McClendon, CC
mond and Carlton were at the county-beat
R A Miller informs us that he ha« al
•( itled up
until vesterdav, attending to official busi- ready shipped 36.»■*>"! rounds of grapes from homestss 1 near Central Point, ¡^compelled Neil. I. A
to abandon bis milk business. He there
the Miller vineyard north of town, b« rid»*« fore oth-rs sevrn heal of fine milch cows Nichols, G W
F reo 1 oncert
The noobicst stock of gent's hats in many which l-.av<* been 'urni-'ln-d the local for sale cheap_______________
The Hemphill A: Vine concert ami con Southern Oregon can b«; fouml at the S F. trade. Tiicr»* arc st II plenty on the vine*,
A lintihn Opportunity Seldom lirantrd.
vention company «>f Chicago will give a Variety Store, Ja ks-mvilie. »'all and see which will !»•• «hipped. md a (’on.«id»-rable
m I whjr Tuesday), October llth, •
quantify of w.m will al*-» be manufacture'I
at tlic city "t N'-w () i I« muh , La., th»« 2o*«.(fh I Nichols, T E
free com-» rt in this < itv at the E S .fall them
One of tin* best maiia/ed establishments Gran«l M«»nthy Drawing «»f Hie Loui-iana State Ne.itharner, Jacob
t<>morr«»w (Saturday) evening. The pr »
To «lay th«’ seven auarr! sts who threw in southern ’»regon i* the Union livery Lottery « «»inpany took d I hcm . f he next is the • •'Brien. John
Grand Extraorduinry S»*mi-Annual Distribution, ,
gramme w.ll «■ mri*t <»f s«». •■. «luet*. »fr»r the dynamite b«»l»ib «luring the Haymarket
and the I Obenchain, John estate
lh-re may ai'.vays when tie* ti *t prize will t>e
t».*tte«. :mth»-ii)<4, chorus**, etc . etc. Tlie riot in <?iri«'ag » >n May I. H8t>, are to be stable <»i J.i-k'-u.vilh-
.“uni» «•( princely magnitude will be sentterod Olwell, Mrs P W
be found ii» w ami romfiu t.il»le V'*hice « «»I h»*re and there and everywhere on Tuesday. De- Ortl«, John
con»;» in Wi.l mnk • .m ci! »rt to org.miz«- n har.ge»!
all kind* ami the la*t«-''t ami safest teams. cctnber 13tn, I>w7 a splendid opportunity to wm O A C R R Co
milsi) al «•i»iK'*iit; »*i d’lring th** eviring.
holiday prcto*nt. But at the'¿Mb drawing the
Bob amt Eva
I i he proprietor. W. G. Kenney, spares no a reeult
ww> th»** Number 13,046 drew the first o «>i T Company
when full i xpl i’» iti.»n-« Will be given They
are now giving entertainments in eastern I pains togive his customers their money’s prize of $150,000; it wai Hold in tenths at $1 each. Powell, 1*
com»* highly ree«»n»»netnied
to Mrs. ( has. A. Scott, of Springfield.
Oregon, ami may be expected in this place
Brown Co.. Minn., t»aid through Merchant* Bank Phillips Samuel
, tion. Give him a call.
n!so give a sa« re«l service uf s«»iig at the
of Sleepy Eye. Minn . one went to L. Fuget, a Parnell, Win
Presbyterian chur.-h on Sunday evening.
An interesting programme, consisting of brok«*r, at 1*1 (’«»minon St.. New Orleans, iJi.. l’ayne, C T
An excursion train will be run from San
. ringing, music, etc , was r»*ndered by the one was paid to H Kinler, runner. Union Na* Prim, P P
tional Bank, N«*w Orleans, La ; fora depositor
lira nd Jury.
Franc sco to Portlan«! about the lOtli of
• .Sisters of Pocahontas at their lodg»* last there; one to Chai*. A Johnson. 375 W. Ohio St., Parker, W H
The foil«»wing is a list of tlie gr.«n«i jnr«»rs December. It will be th** first through
hieago; one to L. Ginsburg. 57 Salem St.. Boe l’lnpl»«, M P
¡evening, which was highly appreciated by ( ton.
Ma--.; one wan collected through Fourth
empaneled for the November term of the train uvvr t In* ruu'l
b the members who were present Professor National Bank of N«*w York City. No 12.U67 Phipps, Mrs A R
circuit court; R Hutchinson, fiireman.
Willis L Culv» r«»f Pavilion, N Y . mys , Suttner A Smith’s new strmg t»au I furnish drew the second prize of $ »0.«O>; it was also sold Phipps, I J
Ja*. T.*n lor. E CaMbh r. R Casey, A Wi it- that Gilmore'.« M 'gm ti Elixir cured him ed ««»me excellent inuric which added m fractional tent uh at $1 each. One was paid to Plymale, F M
I ho-. Neal, New Iberia, La. one to Herbert H.
i-.ry. .A McClellan, 8. N Hazen. l*p to <»f a l«mg standing throat and lung trouble i greatly m making the evening quite pleas- Cole. Portland, M m . one to 1. P. Gunter. Augus Parker, E M
ta. Ga., one to John 1». Weeks, Fayettssille. Ky.. Pruett. J M estate
Wednesday no indictment was had been Sold at ( ity Drug Store.
to John W. Richards, H«»pkinaville, Ky.; one Pankey, J A
Billy (’aril is deserving of more praise one
rg? Gainst Jo® Hendricks,
to Henry Ecker. New York <’?ty. nrd th«» ram»*«
P. B • ■. ”•*, ■’
• Jar a ’*** t r,
than be « an possibly get. He has tinishrd of the rent are withheld i»y rv«|U »t No. 5«.4dO 1 Peninger, David
of an NMsanlt with a dangerous we»»»on
Wheeler & Wilson .«ewing machin tulli- upon thesla*h road amt (tone work that will drew the third prize of f2u.unn. also sold in tenths I Ris kfellow G W
fl, each. Two were held by V.Tujague, 213 Roberts A < »'Neil
panv. is among u« again, having la! I y re- last for ages, and is a credit to the county. at
Decatur St.. New Orieen»«.; tw«» by David is.eal, Robinson, Joseph
D«»naldHvi le. l«a.; one by W. O. VanDyke, care
' turned from Klamath c»unty.
And he has made the money go farther of Marshall, Field A (’o., Chicago; one by Frank Robinson, I!
Qaart^rly IfrrH UfJ.
than a po<>r family could in panic times. Kubetz. Is.*) Dearborn St., Chicago; one by John i Rapp, Joseph
Maurice Rennur has been o
A quarterly meeting will be held at the
F Sullivan. 5: Fl»»et St.. Boe ton, Maae ; one bj
We like tu see a rustier succeed, and be F. A Buttenck. V5 Milk St., Boston, Mass, and Ryan, PJ
M. E church in this ¡•lace, commencing valley. <’al . securing pastura
5.Vi.*, ihw.1» Heitt«TP'l hither and yon. Any Reames, Mrs W
stow’ praise w here it justly merited. Hur
tom er row (Saturday) at 2 o’clock r. m .’KM» to 40» firad uf ( .»nie Iruin
rah for Bdly ( aril. We d«'ti't believe any information can b«» had ou application U» M A. Kearnes A White
Rev. S r Wihon, presidine elder for this Or., for shipment I» >w th s w
OrltaiiH, La , or money sent in a
other man could have done a*« well with regisu red New
letter to the address of New Orleans Robinson, Susan
dintrii't and Rev. J. W .Miller of this belong t«» the band in Oreg »
Now Orleans. La, Du nut Jet Reuter. A L
Choice f’l'ttpri far S/ilr.
drapes for sale at J. N. T. Miller s vine
yard. tor two ami three cents per pound.
All kinds of produce taken in exchange. *
< i > 1 it « ; foi \ t iti V*.
<)wing to the
I'lMEs is behind
The spe« ial elec ction in Oregon wa* hH<l
on Tuesday last and Kt*ain all i* quiet in
business circle*». .in»l the |»eu; 1<* have set-
tle.i do»vn t<» th» »ir dittrrent <»«•( upati«»n*.
The ¡san« » wh h were voted upon are
well know i
id w •«- *n -wed under
by I ar g«- m
As I c returim from
all of tl • precin *ts in thin countv h »v«? n t
bee i re eiv. d
y**t. We Will but I»ivc ill»*
Vote cast f«>
nd against the ditterent
amend men t s ;»•> tar as heard from, whic h
are as follows Fur prohibition 461, against,
1121; for raising salaries of »State officers,
1 J Keaton, formerly of this precinct,
22»); against. 91
for ( hanging the time «.f will manage Bybee, Nauck Jc Brown’s hy-
holding election. V»l; against. 607. No drauli«* mine near Krrbyville.
d«»Ubt the p.ohibition amendment wi 1 »...
defeated in the county by.it lea*t
place will o .
i Reo.se, Lewis
Jack Roll : Rader, Mr« Clara
I R ohs , J E
; Ray, \\ in
9,012 Ragbdale, J F
• 11,000 I Songer, W E
7.440 ■ Smith, Thomas
10,550 I Stevenson, GW
1'1,632 : Satterfield, J W -
13,627 ¡Shattuck, S
2.400 I Scobie, James
2,465 I Shaw, Isaac E
4,876 Stewart, J H
3.235 Shidler, Iæwis
2.000 I SolisR, I) B
5,000 (Solomon. Lewis
2,034 Shutz, ^’eit
22,896 Solomon, Joseph
2,028 Sage, .loseph
35,000 Smith, Henry
3.370 Stewart, Elizabeth
10,616 Sears, Granville
24,095 Sterleng Mining Co
4,4'17 Stanley, AC
2,0 0 Sisemoro, Mrs S
13,0X> Schmeidline, G F
15,000 Swingle, Joseph
2,186 Tolman, J (•
7,658 Thompson etc Stevenson
4,V>0 Tozer, JR
2,945 I Tou nsend, I >r L
Thornton, Mrs Jamen
Thompson Jacob -
7.625 Taylor, I> II estate
3,(8>5 j Taylor, S C
3,498 Towne, Frank
3,62.5 ' ToepjMkr, John
5,090 1 Thomas, I W
2,221 . IT rich, Wm
7,' '>92 j
Van l»yke, J
2,899 I Vrooman. Miller <fc Co
3.558 , Vincent, N E
2,445 I Wagner, Jacob
2,4511 Walker, Minus heirs
2,700 Wells Sr, < ¡¡les
2,225 ' Wells Jr, ( iilvH & John
4 .no; î Wells, EraMus
•’»,525 1 White. Mrs J F:
2.475 ' Woody, J N
3,000 i Widner, A
3.03Si Wintjen & Iielnis
2.440 ; Whetstone. Mrs A
4.440 i Waltz. J S
2,150 Whitney, GA
(1.650 j William«, M .\
3,478 Whitman, J I>
3,000 Walton.G S
16,012 Walker, Enoch
2.000 Williams, Chas
8.054 ' Wilson, Wm
5,614 : Watson, John
22.S60 Wo.,«h, John
6,49 » :
Û P. M . g«»i
r««int furni.-lics In r
: and. in count <|ii»*ii< e
I f t* Mt c left -ii \ -
platform t«> aw ait the
uvli for their fare as
•sy depot to c»»mf«>rt
.niitig the news in sh»
is 111 day < if Ño«
VV N. Lc key . Notary Pi;
J.T R odoeks
N«v Ä. 1>«7
St ¡It Kt I. Ill .l/S,
I he S' liof»l -uperintemient, after h.iv mg
carefully con*ddere«l the petition of Mr
M Plyntale and others ....
the forma- (
tion of a new district out of a portion of
1 (be territory of Ontral Point district has I
denied the petition
Prof. J. B. I’ailey. the pioneer teacher of
! the county, is conducting a verj* « success
near Mr ' Beno-
i ml school on Applegate,
of our teachers are among
I diet’s Several
to give satisfac-
tion. and his service are always in de-
i No district needs a aew School -house
more tl an the lively town <»f Phoenix,
which intends, having one erected. A fif
teen mill tax has already been voted by the
Any person wishing to sell jpropertj will fi I
tax payers and it w II be only a matter of it to their interest to call and seo us.
time when work will be commenced
i Mr. J. T Hoover, an experienced teacher.
asM^tod by Mi"« Mary Coleman, is doing
. good w(ir<i in this school, notwithstanding
the dilapidated condition of th»* old school
, house and th«' many inconveniences exper
IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO 8AT TOO MUCH IN I RAISE OF THIS GOOD OLD STANDARD
family medicine. It cannot b»-
highly recommended, as it it truly a MARVEL OF THE
AOE. and no bontehoic" should be without it. It prevents as well as cure«Skin I'lseasrs,Gout,
Rheumatism, Gravel, and all Kidney Disease«, Affected Liver, Headache. Nausea. Bile Wind,
Indigestion, Constipation, Diarrhea and Dysentery, Fever und Aru**. Sleeplessness. Lassitude,
Foul Breath, and every dito as< brought on or aggravate 4 by a disorder* 1
niseh. It is a -p«'-
cific against contagion and an eftcscions retut «ly for Biliousness, Nen^usn*a>, Scrofula.
Jaundice and Dyspepsia.
It Purifies the Blood, Clean*« *> the atoinai h and BuWels, and give« the who]«* »ysirma
Healthy aud Delightful Tuna There never was a Medicin«' for the Nursery cqub I to it
FOR 8ALE BY ALL DRUOCISTS AND CROCERS.
The new school-house at Central Point
8.755 will l>e ready for occupancy about the first
They cost no more than an inferior make and are a perfect fit For
2.867 of the year Messrs. Temple A Carson,the
7,300 contractors are pushing the work along as
he undersigned , sheriff of jack -
2.500 I rapidly as possible and ar»* doing the work
son «'ounty,(>rcg<»n. or his Deputy, will meet sale by all the principal dealers on the Pacific Coast.
the Tax-i»ayers of Raid county for the purpose of
7,173 ! in a good.substantial manner. This school
8.764) house would be an ornament to any town,
3.150 and reflec ts much or«ler on th«* people of
4.270 the district. Prof. .I N. Hal! holds forth
2.545 in the old school-house usual, and is
the foll«»wing days, in their respectivo pro
4,240 waiting patiently for the completion of the On
cine!*«, at ttieir usual places of voting, and will re-
4,156 new building, at which time he will he sup main in each pn-ci ict troni 9 o’clock M. until
Wholesale Ac Re tai) Dßfilor® in all Varieties of
plied with an ass,stunt teacher which is 4 «»’«•lo.'k I’, m of •f «'HCh <lav. to-wi< :
3,656 needed very much.
i Chimney R«»< k Nov 21 Applegate
Dec s -
R ik Butte
The goo«l people of Dardanelles district Little Butte
2o Uniontown .
Trail Creok .
2.'» Jack»* •nvill«»
manifested of late in the Flounce Rock
4.525 i terest they have
2r’» Willow Springs
7,305 cause of education.
2s Manzai. ' h
They voted upon Metvlows
5,269 I themselves a twenty-mill lax to build a
3i i Eden............
2,076 : new school house.which
r>w. 1 A«tdand .Dec. 15 and 16
they paid without Rock Point
Ash Bedroom Sots from $30 <»0 upward. Everything in our 6to
a murmur, Thos. Chavner alone paying
At least one-half must be paid in (’ash.
’wny down Call and examine before purchasing.
8.830 I 1’2»*) They have erected on a piece of land
above stated times. The law in regard to their
3,;;03 one «>( the best arranged and coziest sc hool-
B. W. DEAN,
3,4.55 houses in Jackson county, and also have
Sheriff and Tax Collector of J «ack eon County.
2,230 their grounds nicely fence«! as they should
The tax payers of this district are
2.764) alive to their own interests, and other dis
125,780 tricts should follow the example of Dis
12,500 trict No, 16, as nothing speaks more for i
THE HEREINAFTER NUMBERED < EH! IF-
3.544 any community than a good school-house.
1 i««U*s repit^entinc cai»its! stock «»f the Gold
AU&UST CABLSON, Prop.,
A good school is n -w bring taught in the 1 i .nrre.tf.il operatic« « nee
5.525 new building bv Miss Ella Griffith Messrs.
Hill Miitoig ( omj ar.t. Nt.uiding in the i. ci,»»«
.6 sertion. of the Nrr:hwe»t. r
following respectively, are (lelinjuout in the
2,1.50 ; Thos. Chavner, Jacob
mm« sot opposite the said Khar»»»», and will
2.565 David Mardon comprise the board of direct
T1IF. «10’1 rFRFEITl.V EQI ITriTl SCHOOL
I n » sold to the high «»st bidder for cash, at public
3,415 ors and Mr. Jesse Dodge is the efficient of it« cl i<x on th C a.t, it i ffrr« pt vale cr <Ut. ▼endue, in front <»f the olfice of th»» company in
N. A. J.
instruction, day a I rv.iun^ th- igl. ¡1 the year, in Jacksonville on
2,680 district clerk.
,, I 'i.rrr.pnnden- r I, ■
Saturday. Dec. 3. 1887.
THIS MOST FAVORITE RE8ORT HAS BEEN
P.wk ■: k , 's hort hand Tvpe
.itirx, b i.inetkand Lapal
i thoroughly refitted and furnished in the moat
F im . • " 1 sU ( Q n ,u S.h'ih Pram lie«. Student, unless Miid delinquent sums, together with the
That the place to purchase farms, stock ot «Ul ¿g«* ««tij i ih ..*.« auautted at a -y ^inie. coat of th»s advertisemvnt shall t avo l>o#»n psid to modern style, including a bn« billiard tabls. The
bar is always supplied with t be choicest brands of
Calalogue Tc e.
mstrn.ig »nd We«co, Pro aeietort. the secretary of this c««ni|>nny before «aid «fate
3,752 ranges, fruit lands and city property is at
( ’ert. No S»iaree. Amt Deiqunt.
3,445 the office of <t. F. Billings, Ashland. Ore
A. H. Overbe k 41
W. H. 8 Hyde
H L. Webb
Reneir« Her Youth.
By order of t he company,
Mrs Phcebe Chesley, Peterson, Clay Co.,
» id th* lending |»t>»r« can alwaya ba fouid oa
2,242- ! Iowa, tells the following remarkable story,
Secretary of th* Gold Hill Mining ('« U.
4,260 I the truth of which is vouched for by the
8|>ecial pains taken to accommodate patroat
and visitors, ('all and sse me.
2,'.'98 I residents ot the town : ‘ I atu 73 years old.
A H. CARLBON
9.981 have been troubled with kidney complaint
«, « 27 and lameness fui in my years; could nut
11,719 dress myself without help. Now I am free i he subscriber takes i measure in
XJU v N V LungDiMMe. Uy«*fey*
informing th*» public that h*
loesteri in THOSE INDEBTED TO THE UNDERSIGNED
4,220 from all pain and soreness, and am able to
all my own housework. I owe my
Jack*onrille. in Dr Aiken's build < on Califor.
, L arshereby
are hereby notified tbet
that they mu t settle on or a Coofh or Cold,
thanks to Electric Bitters for having re nia street, and is prspxrod tn n o-rir watches, , before Jan 1 1°8H, a* I wish to close up my busi-
2,550 newed my vuutli, and removed completelv clocks and jewelry in the boat styl.' dat reaaon-
b* thnt rim'* Al! a-'CTnts no* serried then
19,510 all disease and pain." Try a bottle, only able rat«**.
. . , will be planed in an attorney • hands t«»r colle©. ni$e> Acker’s
ASK FOR THE
lkal-Estate mi I’miimissimi.
A Cho'ce Collection of City and
Country Property for sale.
TAX PAYERS I!
F. S. CHADBOURNE & GO.,
Furniture, Betiding, Upnolstery
COR FIRST & YAMHILL STS. Portland. Or.«
Notice of Delinquent Stock Sale.
CUR. A A 7th STREITS. MEDFORD. OR.
BEER and CIGAR8,
at City Drug btore
Hr"8atisUcûon riarsateli. G
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