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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER IS. 1S87.
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FACTS FROM EXPERIENCE.
THE LA IV OF WAREIIOVSES.
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AdvertMemmf? will be inserted ’.n the T imm
l th»* following rate« :
|>nline?, one inn*»rtioD............ ....................... rz re
each wibM-|u«nt insertion............... 1 00
tW* laws! s*lrertieementa inserted reasonably.
A fair reduction from (be above rataa madata
tearlyand time advertiaera.
THK TIMES JOB OFFICE
is more complete by farUuan any other in Boutb-
.*rn Oregon, and .‘..niisaree favorably with any tn
the State. Job Printing of every imaginable
d.ss*nption done at Ha.i Frnnciaco ratea.and in
nromptand brat-clssa manner.
FEDERA L A DMIN1RTR.Î TION.
The Orrnuiiiun has alreadly (minted I
The valley of the Rogue river is
ShcyioN 4201. It shall lx-tin- duty of
There can be but one aim and object
out that Southern Oregon is as well fit reach of fertile country about fifty miles
ry [«»rxon keeping, controlling, man III the Republican prees in ite ftemistant
ted, nay, better fitted for viticulture and I long, north ohd j|0iflji, and from flvelo
or operating, as owner or air«-nt daily eflort to bolittle Mr. Cleveland,
jb re tlieie is
wine-making then even California; that I tw.-nty miles
rintendent of any company or It- purpose is spparent to the moat caa-
Oregon can become one of the great I w holly diflWei^oiuitiuZf and a variot>
ion, any warehouse, commission mil otreerver of the current politica of the
Hxyinx b««-» » «ufferer fur two >•« nr, arid « half wine-making states of this country ; that pro liietfon diffirdiii Drum that
■warding house, mill, wharf, or coun.rv, and it will fail a. it deserve, to
from »dni'M cau,«<<l by n bruin«, oa ths l.-g, nnd
liarini b««,n oared by the I utu-ura Remmiie, to pass a law that would (dace under more northerly .jwutfy. The soil;
ce where grain, flour, («>rk, fail; but it does injustice not only to the
GRANDEST & LARGEST COLLECTION
when all other methtxi, and reinislio« failed. I legal ban the development of this ele ■ is diffeient, a tioaBi*, rich, granite,
province, or comm.xiity.t«» give a D"in .crati<- Administration but, also, ig
dt.t.ra it my duty to recotnmeiMl them I vi»it«*d ment of domestic wealth only to have it
I distinct from tpe alluvial muck of
louse receipt therefor, which shall nore« the power and influence of the
h.jt »prim,-" to no avail, ami tried several doctor,
without «meceta, and at la,t our prineipal.lrug- exclusively absorla-d by- California on i Willamette. Thw'fiigher t<-m|»erat<Tr*
tiZar the date of its resiianc«-, and shall
itiM. John I*. Finlay (to whom 1 Shull«.«. , feel this coast would havebeen absurd Prohi • seen in forests oirsygar pin« which crow n «Ute front whom received, the number great mass of fair-minded, thinking, in
dependent voter, who Keep thoroughly
grateful), auoke to me about Cuticura. and 1 con- bition advocates answer this economic
• the heights and slirnbgrowths, wJticL *Jf sai-ks, if sa. ke.l, the numbi-r of bush- |io-tMi-Tn tin. news of the day and the
aentud to give them a trial, with th., result that 1
am perfectly cured. Diere 1« now no «ore about argument with an untruth by -saying makes the countoy look more likeCafT- .eh< or [«Min is, the co
method« of leading men of both great
ms I think Ijpi «how the largest surface where that the increased consumption of wine ■ fornia than Oregon. Turning to the ar of the same, ami the
political patties. This class of men,for
my suffering ?Mng from of anyone 1*1 the State. and beer has not lessened that of spirit,.
The Cuticura rWiedias are the b.-st blood and
tunately for the country, plenly large
skin cures manufactured, I refer to druggist, The official stati-tic-s of bith England from the apjx*arance of tl^ Willamette.
S».i rioy*202. Nu
i. j^|io],( t,ie balance of pow-
John F. Finlay and Dr 1). <’ Montgomery, both and the Vnit-.-d States prove that with Wheat, oats, barley, etc^are familiar any i ec.jip^iir aNcr
er in any '■W|tral elt lWj cannot be de-
of thia place, and U> Dr Smith, of Lail.» Ix-e the increase I u-e of b -er and wine the enough ; but thfl fields wijMpprilii corn,
for > n
V ‘ 1
»«■<»< I’reeidWT's worth as a
consumption of spirits has decreased the hillsides covered witl^^riijx* vines, wool, pork, txref, *or other
ALEXANDER BEACH, Greenville, Miss.
I man. or ■ drivek’froiu a projier apprecia-
Mr. Beach used the Cuticura Remedits at t*ur and popular lntenii* ranee has decreased. the orchards of (»each trees and fields of commodity not actually in store at the
tion of hi»
ii« g great w
eerviaae ___ —• __ »
request, with result» as stated alaive,
1'he chief of the United States bureau of melons, liespeak a kindlier air. This time of iflfluing such receipt, or is«ue any upright executive officer by such nonsen
A. B. FINLAY A('O., druggists
xiati-ftios in his report for December 31, country is under a warmer sun. In cli receipLinanv re*|»ect fraudulent In its sical al>u»e and puerile criticism, as are
SAVED MY MOTHER’S LIFE.
ISSfl, gives the figure«, and «ay, :
matic as in geographical
..se it is tlte character, either as to its date or the Ix-ing printed and circulated by tire Re
Ever since 1 esn wnnber . my mother has suf
The above (»roves conclusively that middle ground lietween Oregon and Cal quantity, «inality, or grade of such prop publican press of the country
fered with a
f Y*’— Nothing would do her
erty, or duplicate or issue a second
any good Bbc natfthe'tM** in«?le’al talent, but the consumption of spirits decreases, ifornia.
There have been, as is natural, disap-
they all did her no good. She suffered with her while that of beer increases. Ik» not
The Rogue river valley lies chiefly ill receipt for the same while any former isrintments among the Democrats in fail
leg for thirty >ears and never knew a well day. these facts show that the milder stimu the county of Jackson; but the same
receipt is outstanding for the same prop ing to secure office—there being in the
She would have to sit up half D«© night. holding
up her leg and moaning She hud no peace. lants aie driving out their fiery com|>eti climatic conditions extend over its sis erty or any part thereof, without writing 1 inguage of Mr. Lincoln more sticks than
She iiMii all th«» b»«st known remedies iu the tor ?
ter sliire of Josephine county. A large across the face the wor.l “duplicate.'* hole« to put them in—and some of them
country without efff»ct. 1 asked her to frv your
The same change has been noted in share of the Rogue river lies, in fact, in
Sm no.v 4203. No |«-r«on operating have joined in the howl against the Pie,-
Cuticura Reni< die«». Got her it bottle of ( uti
cure Resolvent, and she took it, and has taken in England, since the enactment of laws Josephine county, and besides tiiis ecu
any warehouse, <*ommissi«m hotise, for ident ; but to the great majority oi intel
all about .six or seven bo»tles, and now «fit» is a which place the tax on beer very low, tral valley, in Isith Jackson and Jose
warding house, mill, wharf, or other ligent Democrative voter, who do not
well woman to day. Her leg is entirely healed and the tax on spirits very high. John
pliine, theie are innumerable lesser val place where grain flour, |«<rk, lx-ef, seek nor expect office, as well as to the
ami her health was never bet’er. She «'an go out
every day, something she ha? not done in ten Bright, in a «¡»eecli in the commons ley« with vast ranges of f.>otbill and eh* wool, or otlu r pro luce or commodity is lx-tter part of the Republican party who
year«, so you see I cannot help stating to you some years ago, acknowledging this vat.*.' rolling count i v, suitable for agri -iore l. shall mix any grain, flour, (>ork,
welcomed the late change uf control of
about your wonderful Cuticura Reme«iiee You change since tlie incieased consumption
culture, sheep and general stock. Wliile licet, w«x)l, or other produ«*e or <*om- the tiovernment because it would turn
have saved rny mother’« life. 1 cannot find words
every sort of farming prospers lieie, the modily of different grades together, 'or out a lot of leech» s w hich had fastened
to expressmy gratitude. I have adverti«ed your of wine and beer, and decreased cun
Cuticura Rein»*di»»s far anti near.
sumption of spirits, said: “I am old abundance and excellence of the fruit is different qualities of the sam«* grad.*,) on the party with a tenacity notliingelsc
EDWARD LUEDER. 15(>5 Broadway. N Y
Viu** 1 *2i i*:iM«»I>«
s|x*cially noticeable. Grapes, which can or deliver one grade for another, or in could loosen, the administration of the
(’aticura, the great skin cum. and Cuticura those classes with «huh we are more not be excelled for the qualities requisite any way tain|»er with the same while in country in all its dr-part merits as direct
S.»ap prept red from it. external*y »gid ( u’icura familar than with the working people, for wine-making, grow in utmost mofu- bis possession or ciist.slv, with a viva of ed by Mr. <Teveland gives great satisfac-
R<»solvenf, the new h|o->«l p 1 iH •, . ml«’, nallv. are I diiinkenness was ten or twenty times
siori. peaches <>f the rarest flavor, apri securing any profit to himself or any tion. Th.-country ha, continued pros-
a positive cure for »-v r$ form of • i.in an I blood I
iiio-e common than it I, at pre-sent.*’ In cot«, a| pl«s, |>ears and -mall fruits—all other persons and in no case mix .liff r- |s.r<iu- and the Government in every res-
disease« from pimp! ■? to scrofula.
Europ,- in th<- la-t century wherever thrive amazingly. It is a fruit farmer's <*nt grades together while in «tore.
p.-. t k»-ep- |*ace w ith needfl of the people.
Sold everywhere. Fri-e : < u*i<*ur.t, 5o (••■i t*. theie has lipen a decrease of ilinnken- paradise.
Si.crioN 4204. No ( ht - oii operating '«i h the ex<v-ptioti of a |>ro|»er revision
Soap 25 cents ; Re-» »!v.- t ?!. I’rep-ired by the I
l’HUXKS \xn VAI.IS1.S.
The resomces of this district are not any waiehou-e, . ummis«:<>ti lion«.*, for d t.«r,ff.for which neither party is blame-
i’otfer J rug and < honur.d Co . Boston
» #P*Ser d for • How to < nre Sk 1. | hs.«ase«.“ Bl stances cheapening th** light t»-rm-*nted alon« in a.-ri.ultme an 1 Kindr.-d pur- warding house, mill, wharf, or other les«,
not a it I.standing tin* disastrous
pages, 5u illustrnt 1 » t -, and on» 'estimouial«
drinks, relatively to the cost of spiiits, | suit«.. Gold and silver aie and for many pla.-e of storage, sli »11 sell, en. irnlxT, ■ prediction-»f the op|x»«it'on before elec
-hip, transfer or in anv manner r.*imm* tion. The great ina*« of the |x-*»ple
IHYfl’LES. black-l ■ -ad* «*! •»: ¡.»«i ai.d oily
I 1 Ji skin prevented by ( urn*iira M-dnat-.l ctvase in the ratio of diiinkenness. that ¡•••iiiutiy. Million« of d.Llars iiave 1«*cn or permit to I».* ship|«*d. transferred or w mt onlv a w «<• admini«trxtion of pulilic
fa< t is duo to the cheapening of spnits, 1 taken from the hills, ai d mining ontiii * removed beyond bi« custody an I control, iff.r rs—this Mr. Cleveland has given,
relatively to the cost of wine and beer.
lie« th’* second if, indeed, n it the first 1 any grain, flour, beef, jork. wool or and i» riving us—and don't care a con
1 lie English pr-ople liecame rapidly of til** produetive indu.-tiies of the couil- i other pr.xlu* v or eomm rd.ty, for which tinental als-ut the offices. The I’n-si-
NEXT HOOK TO l*. O.
, The distressing sneeze. ?neete.«n»‘eze. the a< I. iliteni|x-rate
.......... , .. . w hen gin was made rln-ap*r
Within the ni'iuntain ranges theie : a receipt ba« been given by him as alo e- dent ha« pur-ued the even tenor *of a
watery tii?charges from the eye« an»i none, th* than ale in th.* first quartei ofthe eigii-j ¡u-e vast deposits of marble, Inn.* ruck, ! «aid, whether received for s-oring. ship-
dignili-d and business-like way. and
painful inflammation extending to the throat, teenth century and tie* only palpable
CALIFORNIA ST., JACKSONVILLE.
’ granite, and the darker building stom a. ' ping, grinding, or manufacturing, or thereby has strengthened liinrsc-lf with
th»« ^welling of the mucous lining, reusing chok
ing sensation* cough, ringing nois>*s m the I •;id check came when beer was made very Foiests ol many choice varieties, sugar other piit|«»«es. without tin* written as the be-t portion of all pxitie« until lie
and splitting headache«, -how familiar these cheap and spirits very dear. I>r. Uu-li pine, cedar, fir. myrtle, etc., clothe tile sent of the holder of the re<*ei(.t.
has Is'.-ome. fx-ixznall.v, stronger than
symptom« are to thousands who suffer periodic
inn.* when tber.- were ■*. "«) whisky hillsides, the mountains and the water
S ection 4205. All checks or receipts any party.
ally from head cold? or influenza, and * »o lire
«in ignorance of th«* fact that a single ap(>hcation ►tills iii I'ennsvlvania with a population courses, and affoid a resource which al- ! given by any |«rsons operating any
To weaken, if possible, his influence
of Sanford ? Radical ( are for Catarrh will afford of 4.;4,iMH), and the consumption of spirits ready employs a considerable capita! I warehouse, commissi.>n house, forwar.l- with flic people- and prevent renomina-
¡« »Ii.- «o'e purpose of al! the rnali-
But thi? treatment in simple <*a«e• ofCat.irrh
I gives but a faint idea oi what thi? remedy w; 1 do noted that the Germans of I’ennsvlvania
Again we can find m> lx-tter illustra J storage for any grain, flour, pork, beef, . i iu«
( ANDIES. NUTS
I in the chronic forms, where» the breathing is ob- Who drank no «pi.it« wete her Lest citi tion of the development of the country ¡wool, or other prolu.-e <>r «■■»inni.slity him and hi* iiutn uliate official ,nbordi-
PIPES < \RDS.
! structed by choking, putrid, mucous acccumu- zens. ile mention« then domestic vir
NOTIONS » i riJ’.RV.
than is afforded by the figures of pro i store 1 or deposited, and all bills of lad na'es
X'.-vertl:<*le«s, Mr. ('leveland
; lations tin’ hearing afl»»ct(«d snn Hand trv»t<* gone,
>r\iioNEin \ i . ki ms
I throat ulct rated and i asking cough gradually tue, frugality, industiy, piety, love of duction which for the year just closed ing and transportation receipts of every will lx? lenominatcd ami re-elected.—
n>B V • • ’ ' < U».\KI- ITES
' fa.-tening itself upon th-- d"bihtated system
music, their zealous enthu-iasm for lib are approximately as f »¡lows . Numlxjr kind, are hereby declared negotiable, S.<.,du i Jlc/coia-'.
Ii.e:i it is that tie* .uarvlloux curative power of
75O.I1O*), 1 and may be transferred by indorsement
Sanford’s R .dical ( nr«- ina- ifest-» it-«hf in in*t*in- erty and their sobriety, and add*; of acns under cultivation.
Gent’s Furnishing; Goods.
Si l■l•osEl> S tage K obiieh AuKkrri n.—
V. rv feu ot th- in ever dtink djsfilled pound« of wool
i 'Hiieons and grateful r- li- f. < ni<« b.-ci1« from
bushels wheat of the party to whose order such check
►pi,its, their commtin drink being beer, 2S.I.IHSI, bushels oats 12'L’*«>, bushels 1 or receipt wa« given or issued; and such The Chico Enlirpritt eayn a man
And everything umiaby found in a fir«t-cla«e
Variety Store. A!?o,
' » "X . a wi tei ol the barley and iye 1 in,ink), ton« hay 2
! indorsetn'-n! shall be deemed a valid mimed Frank -pangle han l>een arrested
Sanford’s i»adi( *il ( nr-1 c n-n (* of on - b'»:ti.- v. 'n e an 1 cde
of the R.idical Cur.«, <» tl.
x ' itarrhal Solv*i.‘ .-. »•!. e period. S.I» - ” lite siip.-rio: Virtue.: bii«hi*ls corn 111.ok), po.ind« butter and transfer of tl.e commodity represented by the sheriff of Lane county. Oregon,
CHOICE FRUITS IN SEASON.
and an improved inhal«*r; price *>1
Ixitli moral and political, of a . ountry ! < ll.-ese 14 i."
[» »nnd* tobacco35 ', Imps l.v such receipt, and may lx*m ide rithe. and that he ha« c-jufe--e 1 to the murder
1’OTIER DUVO «V Mtl'l \I. < • , BoSloN
of Mr. Henderson on the Altma- stage,
Our good? are the beet and guaranteed a? repre
which consumes malt liquors instead of: 5200 pounds, busiie'.s |>otatoes 61,000. 1 in blank, or to tl.e order of another.
«ented. Prices i<»w. a.* we do not propose to be
distilled spirit-i, needs only to 1st men ¡ bushels apple* 1.50,000, bushels prunes
Si.» 1 lox 42'Mi. On the presentation uf ale>ut four mties out of Redding, which
at the Ol.i Stand of
and plums 17,000. ounces gol 1 dust the receipt given by any person operat occurred several weeks ago, and for
Dining our war when the liquor tax 4000.
ing any warehouse, commission house, the capture of the murderer of whom a
was under discussion Sherman of Ohio
Within three years the isolation which mill, wharf, or otbet place of storage for large reward is offered. It ap|s*arn now,
Instantly relieved by the Cuticura uppo-ed a tax on w ine made of domestic ;
has always bound this great region, in any grain, flour, beef, pork, wool, or from the confession of Spangle, that
IgOBfe Ant i-Pnin Plaster. . :.-w : h .> m
grapes, on the ground that it would re- ¡ many particulars the most attractive in ; other produce, or commodity, and on stage rubbery was not intended, but that
—TO GET YOl’R —
nre being offered for sale at
laid and cripple grap.- culture in Mis- , the State of < Iregon, has been broken by 1 payment of all the charges due thereon, he had a grudge against Henderson, and
r»4i»-vf Erm.il« P.nn« and \V* ak
Houri, Ohio and California. G*imes of the extension of thethegon A California th'
led to the imme- t'srk this means for revenge. Rahner,
nes«e«. Warranted va-tly «•iperior to
om modify named the stage-driver, it will he remembered,
all other plaster?, and th»» mo?t perfect Antidote Iowa favored the stimulation of grape, railroad through its entile length. The
to Pain. Inflammation and Weaki.rs* jet < i»m- eniture until w ine should lie a« cheap as ■ direct connection with I'oi(land, thus
:eipt, and it shall l»e the duty had a close call, the bullet passing in
pounded At all druggist“.
rrnte; tivr f.»r fl; c.der was wlien he was a boy, and “so
eilied, lias a’uea ly piovv l a great
wharfnger. mill- front of him and fatally wounded Hen
or. postage free, of Potter Drug and < hrmiril C<»
in, who sat on the same seat. Well's,
diiveout the bran.lv and whisky that, fit, and a still fuith.-i advantage
w ill kill at forty rods." The late 1’iof. | liected UI.OU th • coinpl.w
o A Co.'s detect ves have, since the
— DONE IN —
jting. lieen searching for a clew to
Louis Agassiz, the great scientist and cap w hu'n w
£«$’* There «’ill positively be no Reservations.
The goods must be
philanthropist, t.-stilied befor.-th.. Mass
the supposed highwayman.
achusetts legislative committee in 1M>8 Oregon w ill then have choice of markets,
The Spangle now under arrest is sup-
n« of thin act
at once, even
to the tact oi ihe use of wine, with mani both buying and sellu»*', and al! the «hall he liable to an in lictment, and up posed to lie the same Frank Spangle
festly happy effect.’, in the actual ali Ix-neCl w hi.h result from competition.. on conviction shall be fined in any num who is wanted in Chico for home steal
’It I FICI 2 :
--- ASt» AT—
mentation of European peoples. The The chief towns of this flection, Jackson- j rot exceeding five thou«an 1 dollar«, or ing committeei about two years ago,
< ierman counties of Missouri use no spir ville and Ashland, enjoy some im|>or- * imprisonment in the penitentiary of thin and whose e«cai>e was managed by hie
its, but use w ine of their ow n inanufac- taneeas depots of trade with counties! state not exceeding five years, or both ; father. The elder Spangle and his son
tun- from grapes, and aie the notably so both to the east and west. The counties ; and in case of a corporation, the |>eri>on Frank were known to be implicated here
I* tin < )ri- ntal salutation,
ber and virtuous counties of the state.
of Klamath and Lake deal extensively | acting for sai I corporation shall lie liable in several horse stealings, and the old
knowing that good health
I ln-odoie l’aiker, himself a total ab w ith these towns, while to the west Cur- ! for a like punishment upon indictment man has since proved himself a rascal
— H AT
stinence man, te-tit’ied to the genera! rv county is a regular customer. Mann and conviction.
\nd all and every j>er- in writing a letter announcing his own
cannot exist without a
a nd «o;
’ r sobr let y c»t t li e win»* grow I fa. ture. -oo, availing itself of fine natur- son or peinon« aggrieved by a violation death, near Yreka, alsiut a year ago.
healthy Liv- r When the
ing coin.ti ics of kjuope ov. r the coldei i al power, lias made a starl. and with so of this act may have and maintain an
We understand there a-e several
Liver is turpi.1 the Bow
coui.trles uber.- the only cheap i«itables ! many raw materials at hand, is destined action at law against the jn-rson or ]>er- charges against Frank Spangl< 'or horse
w. -re »ile wlii-kie.« made from potatoes. to be an impoitant factor of the country. sonn, corporation,
els are sluggish and con
■ -rporatioii. or corporation-,
corporations, vio- stealing in Shasta county, L it he al-
WmCullen Bryant. Rev IL. Henry W
Tilt I A K 1 REGION .
latin any of the provisions of this act, wavs managed to esca|>e the sight of the
stipated, the food lies
Bellow-and John Wil«on Croker tesii
We turn now to a « ountry a« yet but to lecover all damag's, immediate oi officer*
in th-- stomach
tied that m win. -growing and consuming I iittle known, and of which wo must consequentir.l. which he or they may
Shortly after the horse stealing in
gested, poisoning the
Spain ''drunkenness is a vice almost un write from hearsay data. The counti. s have eii-tained by r>-as in of such viola- Chico Frank an 1 the old man left for
known among people of a resixsctable of Klamath nil 1 Lake, with the southern tion. before any court of competent ju- Shasta. » here an elder son resided, and
blood; frequent headache
das*, and even veiv uncommon among : part of Grant, lie to the east of Jackson rindict.un, whether such |rerson shall about a year ago all left for Oregon ; hut
ensues ; a feeling of lassi
the lower orders.” An English clergy- county and beyond the Cascade moun have been convicted under this act or the old man and Frank w*re ha< k in
tude, <les|X)n<lency and
California in a short time
man, describing a tour through Spain, tains. They occupy one-sixth of the su- not.
about 27 year- of age, and hi - ieputat'on
says: “Inal! our wanderings through |H?rfi. ial area of the State, are remote
nervousness indicate lv-w
town and country,
in Redding i- the same as in Chico—a
from th«- centers of settlement, and far
A Lt i KY M an .—Mr. Albeit Evans
the whole system h de
and by-ways of the land, from Bayonne away from either radroad or navigable
and his brother, .1. E. Evans, of Kock-
to Gibraltar, we never saw more than water. As yet they are sparselv pojui-
vale, were registered at the Victoria ho
A i M"* t I’ ik > <ioii>.—In general, re
Regulator has be< n the
latcd. although the« reallv
offer to tel Saturday. The former purcha«.d a
Walter A. \Voo<l’s lVinJers.
ports relating to tin- .liwovery of mine,
those who may l»e will.ng to begin at the few day- ago one tenth of ticket No. 61,-
Walter.A. Wool’s (’bain Rake R i ’. ijhtm ,
means of restoring mor--
liiii-t be taken with a decree of allow
Theie|oltof the board of health of beginning ami “grow up witli the cotin-
Walter A. Wool’s Sweep Rake R»*:i|»ers.
■>o3 in the S.-ptember drawing of The ance , but it would be unfair to the read-
I :i<•!<!>•<»il villo, < >t
rieople to health
Massachusetts for 1879 urged low taxes tty." many rar»- attra« tion«.
Walter A. Wood’s Enclosed (¡ear Mowers
mi; public to ignore report« of fabulou,
happiness bv giving th. m
on l eer and heavy taxes on spirit* a*
The < hara< teiistic featv. " of this re
temí i ram e legislation, which measine gion is its many lakes, some of them al When the telegraphic returns of the <li«coveries. though the mines may or
a healthy Liver tli.oi r.
1’1.un and Fraction Engines,
may not prove to lx- a, rich as they at
w.i- the argument licfore th.* fed ral le
most large enough to ho called inland
THE I NDERSK.NED IIWK FORMED A CO
Lever ll.iy Rake ; also a
agency Known m . ar'i
gi lature uf Switzerland in 1««L Scot -ea«. Thete are hundreds of lakes, both Mr Evans was found to have drawn fir«t indicate. The following special was
I partnership with an authorize-! capital of
<’¿>,01 ?». for the piirpo- ■ *»f carrying on a General
lately from 1’rescott . The
land at an »'ally day made ale dear and great ami small, all at an elevation of one-tenth of the fifty tliou-and dollar re.eived
!';i rm 31 <1 olii no rv
Banking Bu^inwa in m H «»f it» branches ii .hick-
1’’ «II I I al II*' *>1
whisKv cheap un 1 intemperance follow from two to four thoii-and feet above the prize, giving him the handsome sum of richest -Irik.- ever made in this territory
(linarv pow-r ami ■ ii
*onvilOregon Oth •* at • he old»tand of B»-»‘k
ami |>robably in the world, has been
man’s Banking House. S. E corner of l’i ird and
< <>.. Portland. Or., or
level. Several of them are navigable,
Ntvm BEEN OISAPPOl i"
( aliforma streets.
In our county, when intemjieranee was and upon one at least there is a steam ed. Mr Evans has is'en in the habit of di-eovered in the Santa Rita mountains
II <k SON, Agent««, Jacksonville Or.
C ( BEEKMAN.
As a general fiiin l> reined' ■ !
ten miles south of here. A ledge was
nio«t rii<* evert b.xly drank w hisky, apple boat
Ihe country, generally speaking,
Torpid Liver, < .eiMinat ¡on. • •
brandy or runi. Applebrandy was the is from three to four thousanr) feet eleva month for tick't- for the p.i-t year; b it located by two men named Barrington
ever use anything el*.-, nn l
been disappointed lu’hcefn :
and Haitian, ««ho have just gone down a
scourge oi New England until in 1850 -he tion above tin- sea. and in lighter nnd
It seems to >»*• Hlrn»st a p.->- • i •
Washingtonian movement persuaded the cooler atmosphere than that of the Rogue He is a young man w ho has followed lew feet on their land and so far have
(!:?• is. s <>f the si urn !•• ■; .. i ’
taken out $15<M> in three days by means
larmeis to drink cider
Labor contracts river country
W. J.Abl l.
The climate is almost'
\ pieceuf rock on exhibi
Ilp to that date always included a large identical with that of eastern Oregon invest this money in a farm and estab of a mortar.
K»»**p« the largest ?t<M*k of
tion here consist* of almost pure gold.
quantity of Jamaica rum furnished dulv warm in summer and cold jn winter, ami
to <*verv laboring man or artisan. Col. fatal to those forms Of vegetation which
The ledge, which i* eighteen by thirteen
T W. Higgin-on, a i nitarian minister, . annot survive extremes. The canacit v of the 410,ik>l prize and a tentli of a inches wide, pn-*ents every appearance
testifies that within forty years Har of till- lake region for general agriculture
oi continuanee. should it fail, the for-
vard t'ollegi-has Iw-eomc solier where it has been well demonstrated, and it i, last year a propiietor of a cigar store in , Innate possessore will realize at least
was ome drunken; that Massachusetts a ready we 1 kn<)W,i that Krain, v<lge,a.
$10,000. and should it continue no idea
is a far more sober state than it was Lies and the hardier fiuits make good | of ( rested Butte, drew $80,<Kk), ho that can be formed of the amount that may
VINES AND SHRUBBERY
when he was a boy. It is not true that crops. St.s k, a. vet. is the leading in
he taken from it. This strike resemble,
intemperance is increasing ;it is decioas- du«t.y.bnt tin, Should not 1... understood not ahead of this State, whatever they the famous strike at Rich Hill, in the
on the NorthwoHt
PILES. RECTAL L’l.i lilt. EISSt ltES, PRE inz; it lias decreased faster in anti
southwestern part of this county, where
a- illustrating the «ingle eapaeitv of the
RU t S INI Hsrt'LAS IS ANO.
prohibition than prohibition ftates; it eountiv, since it would I»., useless to State sustains its reputation for being a the only implement necessary to extract
ItlLYPUS RECTI. Ere.
has deciease.l since light beer ami wines produce anything not capable of walking
gold was a butcher-knife. Large num-
I have become cheaper and t herefore of I out to market. Hie production ofthe HB the banner city —('<»1. ('hirf- lien, of citizens of l'resr-ott have visited
moregenein! use; ami vet the agitation county as retorted last was as follow«
' the mines and returned home greatly ex-
of tl.e intemperance prohibition qnes Acres under ctiltivaticn 18.500.pounds of
I cited over the ¡»rospect. The owner, of
tion" ha« been chiefly directed against wool 280.000. annual product cattle 15 -
t hai i . exoi : to F ri it < ¡ row eks .—Fruit the claim have received a large number
AppleTre»««................................. $â t<»|l ' per Vh
'“.lie milder stimulants," for it is notor 00O. bushels wheat 1-10,000. bushels oat,
neighborhood of Red of magnificent offer, for their discovery,
I s NTS
Plum and Prune Tree?
H “ 16
50,000. bushels barley ami rye 50,000 Bluff, Noit..ern California, have issued but have refused, all believing they can
Surgeon, Oculist and Aunst nnd proprietor of the
Other treeaand shrubbery furniahtxi r«»a?«»nably.
Sanitarium for Eye. Ear and Nervous Diseases,
tons hay 35,000, bushels corn 13,0oo a challenge to any portion of that state to , make more by keeping it than selling it.
Send for atalogueto
Port land. Or. has been a|>|».int“d agent and owing to its |XM-uliar requirements with bushel« potatoes 15,000. bushels apple«
.1. II. SETT LEM I ER. Woodburn. Or
cumjH.te with them in frmt growing fora
physician for this system for Oregon, ami has in
400. feet lumber 1,750,000.
Tin; New York TTorM remarks that
,>a'd h' tl,e loK‘"«
two months made n number of cures of cases, in regard to handling and storage.
some of which, severe operations with the knife
pan« the frmt to consist of ten acres of “it certainly look* like a rase of the
haveonly done harm.
tintIiful men who have considered the
A x '. thi h P ioneer F ahskr A wav ._ Mr. the followung varieties: Oranges, lem blind leading the blind, or of the potent
Refer« by permission to Mr. Jas. W. Weather
ford. druggist, well-known in Salem; Mr. Frank surroundings in Europe nnd America T J Holland dici in Spencer precinct on«. l«u»'-heH.iiectarine*,apri< <lte,prunes influence of the money of the ‘ American
Gardner, machinist at car-shop«, and other«.
la.-t Saturday, from the bursting of a r'.’i
«^i--* fee«’ Protective Association/ when a ronxen-
the milder stimulants drive out ardent bloo l vessel in tile Inain; aged 62 yeaia, for o
Will meet patients at
,,v eomis-tent nii.servnieii tion of lalioting men calls for the altoli-
and planted tion of the taxes on whiskv ami a |>er-
10 months and 11 days. The deceased
J. FRALEY’S HOTEL, ASHLAND,
i the season ot l.HH7-'SK, and to l»e of |M*tnation of the war taxes on sugar, salt,
tacking light beer and w ines the prohibi was born in Marshall county,Tennessee,
tionists have injured the popular educa and at flu* age of IS emigrated to Mis
and age ; th.- prize to be clothing ami other necessities. I>o these
Address for pamphlet on Rectal Disease«.
tion to temperance. We make this state souri ; from w henc e lie emigrated to Ore awar.ti .1 by a committee elected bv the men ever stop to think that every mono
I)R. J. B PILKINGTON.
men'of facts w itli care, and pronounce gon in 18.52. He arrive! in Lan.-county com|x-ting parties as soon as the trees poly of which they complain has grown
the prohibition argument that beer the Fall of that year and has continuous come into bearing. The challenge will up ami that every ‘reduction of wages
drinking and wine di inking begets ly resided in this county. For many in. hide quality, quantity, size and keen ami loss of employment’ which they la
A full lin»» in dt».x k • -f
under the high tariff
whisky drinking and that therefore a«, veats lie was a citizen of Eugene, and ing qnahUes. and earhiiess of ri|»ening. ment has occurred
a consequence the more lx-er and held the office of city recorder and jus If the fruits mentioned can be grown sue. which they plead to have kept at tire war
GENERAL BUILDING MA I 1 KI KI
wine that may be drank the more whisky tice of the peace a considerable length cessfully near Red Bluff they can all lx* niaximiitn! Fetich worship is not a
Estimate« and Price Li«t on application
will I m * consumed, lias no statistical or of time. He was an orderly sergeant un grown in Oregon,at least in the southern help to t.rogrexx.”
Nature’? own Remedy—
(’ountry orders a specialty.
scientific standing in the social history der Captain Bailey in the Rogue river part of the State.
—r ___ ____ ■
FACTORY AT WKIDLERS Mii.L.
Squire Holland leaves
Will spuudily relieve and perma of either Europe or America.
1 he undersigned, a few week« ago. lost a
Salesroom*, cor. Third and E Streets.
nontly cure all’ the various dirtiuiil-
many friend« who respected him for his
containing about |13in green
tifR arising from a disordered con
Tilt T wenty A, re Q i kstion .—Mrs. generous and noble qualities. His re Let that cohi of yours run on. you think porket-book.
barks, several of Well.«. Fargo »A Co ’» re
dition of the
Shearer has 20 acres of land on Deer mains were buried in the Mulkey ceme it i? a light thing But it may run into ceipt? and other papers, in .1 arks->nville or
Or into pneumonia. Or con
its vicinity. Hr will pav a suitable reward
LIVER AND KIDNEYS I creek rented out. She receives 420 an tery. A widowed wife an<l ten children sumption.
acre for it, and five men are employed mourn his death.— Eugrnr Guard.
Catarrh is disgusting. Pneumonia is tor their return.
It i? perfectly harmlos* and can
A. S M<»ox. Sam'» Valley.
dangerous Cuiisur.iption is death itself.
be given to the meet delicate woman unit, Fifteen acres are planted in fruit
By the Thousand !
'1 he breathing apparatus must be kept
or chihtTTTor «ale by all druggists. trees, and five acres vacant. Four />rwn»*NMe.. or rh- t.ig.inr Habit Pabitirr.
I;t Curial lift Aitminirtrrlni/ Itr
healthy and clear nt all obstructions $nd
acres of the orchard are (reach trees
SMELL. HE1TSHU A WOOIHRP,
A well preserved and delicate complex
Hainr»t Holilrn fiprrifir.
offensive matter. Otherwise
THE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW TAKING OR
ion i«_ in the present a^e of advance*'
• I 21 <*k'M*»ll vil («*. < >|*<‘gOII
1 tier? through Jackaou and Josephine countie?
It cun he given in a cup of coffee or tea trouble ahead
that this year he made $1500 clear after
All the diseases of these parts, head, thought and culture, regarded as a mart
without the knowledge of the person taking
prying hired help and rent. Besides it; i-absolutely hariiiie-s and will effect a nose, throat, bronchial tut»e? and lungs, <»f refinement. This distinguishable fea
this there were several hundred dollars |H-rnianei>t and spee-ly cure, whether the ran be delightfully and entirely cured by ture of beauty nature ha? denied ninety-
FRUIT TREES & SHRUBBERY,
lo-t bv the fruit rijiening so rapidlv lie patient is a moderate drinker or an alco the use of B iRuhee’s Germah 8yrup. If you nine women out of every one hundred, but
science and art have supplied thia deficien
did not have help enough to handle it in holic wreck
Tlioii-ands of drunkards don’t know this already, thousands ami
Any kind raised in a first < liuw Nursery.
LOTS FOR SALE.
cy in the production <»f that delightful toi
season. The above orchard is entirely have been made temperate men who have thousands of people can tell you. The\ let arti< le. Wisdom's Robertine, by the
rho«« wanting Trees thi? ’all will
fTItt 8VB8CKIBER HAH A NUMBER OF peaches. The same ladv ha- a young taken Golden Specific in tin ir coflee w ith have lieen cured by it. and “know* how it
give me their uroer? as I will guarantee satisfac
1 cboic»* lot? in the flourishing town of
FOR GOODS IN OUR LINE
their knowledge, and to da'- believe is. themselves.’’ Bottle only 75 cents. careful use of which everyone may possess
orchard of (reaches only three years old. out
this the chief attribute of beau tv—a love
they quit drinking of their own free will. Ask any dru^gi«t.
I warrant all my tree? if properly cared for.
Thi« was the first year they had borne, It never fail- The -y-tem once impreg
ly complexion. Wisdom's Robertine is
L. C. HEINRICHSEN.
1'erma of j*Hym**nt eaey. Produce taken at mar
and the fruit being all dried in the sun nated w ith the Specific it become« an utter
pronounced bv ladies of recherche society
ket price 1’V»> lbs. <»f Peach
and the stage the most charming and only
startling Util Trur
present year. And impo-ibilitv for the liquor appetite to exist
! ) xir^t Sfeeet.
\. S. J .IN
which he offers for «île at reasonable price«. yielded $900 the
innocent beautifier and preserver of the
Jacksonville. Oregon Aug. 1 1RS3.
Her» is a favorable opportunity to in vest in ex vet there are those who persist in saying E t full particulars, addre«- :olden Speci W illi * P oint , T f . xa -. December 1, 1885.
complexion known. Hold by leading drug
cellent town property and “grow up withthe that orchards do not pay. It is indo fic Co . 1x5 Race St Cliicini. it. Ohio.
THE LEADING JEWELERS OF THE NORTHWEST,
After suffering for more than three>ears ng druggists at fifty cents per bottle.
lence that does not pay.— Chico (Cnl.)
CITY BARBER SHOP
with disease of the throat ami lungs. I got
B. A. GODFREY.
Wholesale a»’«! Retail Dealers in
„ Blood Elixir la the only so low last spring I wa* entirely unable
Bonanza, June 17. 1887
Blood K, :nedy gnarei. to do anything, and iuv cough was so bad I
i.»<re forSick Hrndachp
teed. It is a positive cure for I leers, Erup- scarcely
Mt-pi any ai
> w*upi«u» oi
• «M»k«H»n ville.
, tho“s*nds suffering from Asthma, Con-
F«>r proof that Dr Gmni’s improved Liv tionsorSyphilitic
mo Mr • H * F
....... 11 . .in m- ,« me
, i ! ,1»
. >■ 111 ,»■
Silver and Silver Plated W ire. Spe^t »<*h*? and Om ical G »»ds; agent? forth« Rockford
er Pids cures sick Headache, ask your whole Bystem. and banislifts l 1 Rheur^atj? of ' Dr. Ik>*anko
Did you ever try
A? the u"der?igned is closing up his black
BIF UNDERSIGNED IS 1TLI.Ï PREPARED
Remedy? It 1 b the beat
Wo r laranleo it. 1 foun<i relief and after using Fix 11 on l»ot- I- Acker’s v
smith bu?ines? in Jacksonvill-. tho«“ indebted to Druggist for a free trial package. Only and Nturidgic pains.
ALL GOODS IN 1’HE LINi: MVNUFVrURFI) TO OiDi.R ANI) REPURE
to do all w »rk in hi? lino in » . < h>.>t mannera 1
tic«. I » a- entirely curd. I. M W bldzx preparation known for all Ln»» Trwahl«», ■
Watch Boj airing carefully nx »citted.
. Enn will confer a fav »r by settling up a? soon a?
«t reasonable prie«*?.
For Salo at City Drug ¿tore.
wuts, Sold at City Diug Store
Sample bottle 5 cents, at City Drugstore. »»old on a positive guarantee at ,10c., <JOoJ
£fir*8eldctio:i Packages sent >n application. C»nuinc.r
us ‘ 1 ?forc purchasing elsewhere,
ST \ II ' >E O?ll i •< >N. I
. S. s • i »1 h - . J. IL Mu«•’»••11. J. N. IX
s<* na i B- liorin.ein; <iovernor, H. ,
S>«.-r.-i.iry of Slit»«, (»»• »rgt* W. McHr
li ‘,.s.iiHr. (>•■> A. Webb; State Prin
lakar ■» i ■ . Pub! * I > < u- ' • ■ E. B.
W. Thayer. IL 8 Strahan.
FIU.HT lUDliOlAl. DIMTBIOT.
•' >mpri?iiig Jackaon, J«mopmne, l«akr and
Klinath • •untie«: Cirruit Judg»*. L. R Webater-
District Attorney. W M Colvig.
OF NEW SPRING
J 4CKHOM COUNTY.
Senator. A.* Sr mH, llop^ M -ntativr?. L T.
‘J i-vditch. R. A \IJ!» t ;‘ ’otinf j .ludg-. E. D «I’fCi;
1 > nu> i * hi <* ier«, B« nj. Haymond. S. \. < aHt >’i;
Clark. W. II. l‘-ir'<or. Shrri T. H. W. Daa’i; Tr»»a>-
■irer, N. Fn»hwr; \ • •■•■«or. I. M Clidder?;* School
Sui» »> intend’nt N A. Jacob«; Surveyor. Ju«. Jef-
f r<>y; (’<»r(»:i»«r. IL Pryce.
Senator. H. B. Miller. It •..rearntattve. S. I .
Mitch-11. '’.Minty Judge. V.l’oi.ug; C. m ni?*i..;-
i»r<, S. Ha?sHii<«»r. J. M. !*»>■•»•••. I'lcrk. ( . K
1’ irislor. S'mritf. T G. l*a’tpr?<>-i; Tr.'kaurer, J.
W. Howard; V— -«or. J I*. Lewi? School Su
perintendeiit. K. F Hatlriway; Surveyor. W. N.
W W X W Mr n 4. W XX V ¿ U ,
Siunder«; ('oroner. Dr. Kremer.
Jatnt Senator. (’. M. <’ irt wright of ’.Vav»»; R»»p
ra-*v«nt $tivA. R. 3t«’Le»n «>f Kla.iiat ■; County Judge.
• i. W. Smith; I’ » n’n■■w.-iw*. -1 L. Hank*. R.
A. E n nit’; ('l<»'*k. \V. (’. H it*; Sheriff. M D. Chil-
d-r«; Pre e«'irwr. G. T. Baldwin; A-»•»?«■ r. R. B.
U«tt«n; S' io «»! Sluerintenilent W. E. Greene;
Sur/nyor, R. 8. Moore,
lin neinbw‘r. the«*« £<»<>.1? ar»« now anti bought ¿inc«»
the war in railroad rate« andar« »old
3-wiator, C. M. (’artwright of \Va«ro; .Repreaen
tattvrt. R. McL’in of Klvuath; County Judge. A.
Fitt? ' ’•»nrnuM'Oonera. (ieo. M. Jone«. C. Loftus;
Clerk W T. Boyd; Hhenff. A. J. Charlton. Tr-a«-
S »hn.»’Superintendent, A. IL
Fisher; A«-«e?aor. (>. L. Stanley.
MKKTING OFCOCHTM. FTC.
< 'ountry Pro i !<••» bought and Hold; also. Wool.
The Supreme (’ourt of (Yregon meat« at Salem
regular term« commencing on the tirat Monday« Huies. Furs and D-»* t Skins Solicit orders for
in March and October.
The Circuit Court forth-' First Judicial Disfr ct
in Jack*<»ri c-unty on first Mondays n Apr l
P.»--tortiu > Building.
8*pt”inb t and D * ember In Klamath county1
on aaoon«i Monday m June and first Mond iy in
Novefn)»er In Lak»* oa ,’y «»•» t’third M>-.uliy
in May and thetM*c*»nd Monday in October In
Josephine county on fii«t Mondays in March and
For J a«* k son county the County. Probateand
(’ommiasioner*’ courts tn1»*»: everv month, com
menring with th • first Monday; for Josephine
county, the first Mon.lay m January. April, July
and September; for Lake c«»unty. «-very nlt-Tiiate
month, commencing the first Mond it in January.
For Kia nath county the first Wednesday m March.
ATTHE SAN FR\N< 1S< O
June. September and November.
FURNISHING GOODS. HATS
Cheap loi* (.Aureli !
AMOSKEAG, STAPLE CHEVIOTS AND CINCHAMS.
INDIGO I Mil NTS
AND SIMPSON’S SILVER GREYS.
MENS’ AND YOUTHS’ CLOTHING.
VARIETY STORE !
A TH IRNE Y AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Will practice in all the court« of th« State,
Office iu Hanim’? brick building. unfair*.
•V II practice hi all the ( ’o'.irtsof the Sr.-.
•n th * i H irt Houst», fir•«t door to th • I ft .f.».
ALL THE REMAINING GOODS
111.» h .1, Oregon
• •«• in »ill i ’■*art? of ’ h** State. ()tfice in
(kid Follow ? building, upstair«.
PAINS and WEAKNESSES
J. R. NEIL.
AITOKXBY * COUNSELOR AT LAW
Will practice in all the Court? of th»* Sr tfw. Of
ti.*e !n « ourt Hoose, second door on right from
W. F. WILLIAMSON.
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR AT LAW
All business n my line will receive prompt at-
W.1J practice in <11 th« C-.irts of tbs State
Odice up ?tairs in Orth's brick.
R. M G ill . M D.
D. CRONEMILLER 4 SONS,
DRS. ROBINSON A GILL,
Office on California Street, in Mr*. Ganung’«
Call? promptly attend 'd day or night
DR. W. STANFIELD.
Ha« located in Talent. Or . for the practice of
hit profession. Mak«« all chronic diseases, such
av H i*rvn<ri?-n. Asthma. Pile«. Kidney Disease?.
Liver Corn plaint«. Ac., »specialty
Successors toc. C. Bsckman’s Bank.
L. L WHITNEY. M. D.
Having located at thi? place I aak a «hare« of
the patronage of thia «action, ( alls attended to
at any tune
W. H. SOMMERS, M. D„
pHÏSItTAN. BURGEON ANÜ Al .'OI ( HI t it
professional calls promptly attended to day or
n(Konsultation« in either English or German.
I-IF“ Office and residence on ( ali furnia «tree*,
opposite Union Livery Stable.
Fruit Shads. Urnniiental and Nut Trees
Central Point, Oregon.
Graduate of th? Metical Univeroty of Louisville.
Kentaeky. (’alls promptly attended to day or
PIIYCC &. GEARY.
NO APHIS OBLIGE O f TilEES
PHYSICIANS AND Sl'RGEON
once» in Williams Hrick Bml-luK
O j . s
ONE DOLLAR PER DAY HOUSE
in the State.
No Chinean employed and no deviation in
M »al? 25 cent«; lodging 25'’«nta to SOcent?.
E. LEWISTON Proprietor
A Rare Chance1
Th* P«»»l’<’*r<* hereby notiti“«! that th« and«»»-
•tgnmi will .»ff-i at private »«al»» all the
< X > K i< i
J. C. CARSON.
WINDOW AND PLATE GLASS
T»rr.«»e Liel» and private «fleet« of th* hit-
A. P tfsnm Tin« 1« 1» ran- Ol.portmilt» far ei>
on-» wishing to purchase some hrst-cla«’» ••arruur»»
. a a.. . ■
H. K. HANNA, Administrator
Cured Without Cutting Operations
i ) i :N <1 : : sc > u < : i r i ; i >.
Oregon Kidney Tea !
HARDWARE, STOVES and TINWARE
PAINTS and OILS.
WAGONS, PLOWS, IMPLEMENTS,
Cor. Front and Morrieon St?..
NOTHING SAVED BY SENDING EAST
klr-t-i-la»« Is All n«»R-<-l«
TH9S. C'JINEAN, I’roprlrler.
,-"en ml llsstvirant 1« iinsurpi-swl in
Bonanza, Klamath County, Or..
Settle Up Notice.
* LI, PERS'»NS I.M1EBTEDTO G‘- ESTATE
A >rs P. Hrm. lie-»— I. »r* ra.iii«at«d to
aenletij..«v n« forfi-v th. if fhav wiah to .■««
cost? a? the buxine«4* '»f the ««tat»* mu?t be woUQil
np without furUar d«Uy.
R K H XSN A
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Clocks!
AdraiTM?tn,r«»r af the estate of S. P Hanna
Ilinni/ F >R ALI
»M k VI.f.K AND KX
MU ; I W K P ...— 1*».<I. Outfit < >rtt. O w<1 mr-
p. o VICKKRL Au
I HE INGERSOLL ROCK DRILLS ANO COMPRESSORS
and WIRE ROPE-SPtCIALTIES.
Sash. Doors, Blinds
Freo 3uses to anà fr:m the Hotel
Brinkerhoff System tor Cure of ail
Westinghouse Automatic and Junior EnJgnes
tX»Manon, 126 Room«, well fnrni«h«d. Tli»t*»t
S.w ¡lri--¡»ru->f Urirk.
3*1 ml E Street«,
PARKE & LACY,
Over 30.000 Cures in Six Yearn.
a r. GE KRY. M. D..
Residence on ( ’ St
B. «aves. M. n.
FARM AND MILL MACHINERY!
T. R. YOUNG. M D.,
BEEKMAN & REAMES’
BUY THE BEST AND BE HAPPY!
BLACKSMITHING ACTUAL COST PRICES I
ATTORNKY * COVXSELOR AT-l.AW.
A. G. COLVIN, JACKSONVILLE, OR
THE BEST STYLE
H- K. HANNA,
Large Stock of Bouts and Shoes
P. P. PRIM.
HTOliNEY ,♦ COL’NSFI.OK-AT LAW.
J W. R obinson M. D
NEW WINDOW CURTAINS, WILL PAPERS anil BOiiDERS
C j C a VN,