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Fubliate-d »verj Fndai morxing b>
ADVEBlT8nro AMD job wobx .
tMTM AM) PRSHIETOB.
Advartiaamanta will ba inaartad ia tba TUN
• t the rol loin ii» rate«:
Otic»—Corner Third and C Street»
A !alr ruction from the above raUe aad« to
rear J j and time advertuera.
THE TIMES JOB OFFICE
id oinre complete by far than any other in South
ern Oreson. and comparae farorabiy with anyi
the State. Job Prtnlina of evary ima<inable
■ioecnptioD done at San Francisco rates.and io
prompt and 6 rat-clam manner.
Kates er Mabacriptloa ■
O >• eopz
yNyit mMrtiuo............. 1 00
fen I1QM, one inaurti—.....
NEW T I M E S B U I L D I N C.
P*r annum, in atlvane^...........¿****? J9
** paid within «ix month» . -75
" not paid until end of rear S UU
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1(1, 1888
A GOOD <* COMBINE.’»
huekxfer, six f.«<
2 two, cracked
with . voice like
-V. .4. JACOB», Tttitor.
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TRI UM VI
FLOUNCE ROCK ROCKETS.
Winter lias lost his grip at last, and
The year just ended has been one ot
wort iz. ufftrxvcTiuN.
Tiie thumbscrew protection policy of tbe ice and snow have lost their hold. ' prosperity
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and solid improvement
li there is any brunch uf the teacherw* the Republican party is going to be con It is to be hoped that they will nut re- Ashland.
work tlnit needs, more than others, his siderable trouble during the campaign. ,urn*
T«jen built, but improvement in the
Ereryooo ¡Should (io und See the
constant attention, it is that of moral in I>eeause of the o|>en violation of tiie ar- ! Most ci the stock have liccn gather««] i ------ -ulargement
- and • remodeling of
struction ' Howto increase and apply tides of war on tiie part of the adherents in by their owners, who hoj»e to weather | busine»-^^1 dwelling
‘ houses has been
to that policy. Bushwhacking and Jay-
.lay- it through without serious loss, if winter I extensivd^y^
JSpre neral, no less than thirty
GRANDEST ¿¿LARGEST COLLECTION
riBMT JUDICIAL DINTBICT.
t'omprieing Jackwon. Joeephine, Liike and I
doesnot linger too long in the lap of i building*
K'amath countiee. ('ircuit Judge, L. K Webeter;
in the mind of the instructor. For upon nations. The rule of wariar. is for the spring.
> A dozen new .'TSuildings
OF NEW WINTER
District Attorney, W M »'olvia.
this depends almost wholly the merit of fighter« to stand out and be shot at.
».« jkiuii of
prunung ereV . ,<? . 1 ‘"d
. * pl «wing mill and sash
Die course of the protectioniste seems to by .....
all his efforts.
Senator. A.('. Staul-v; Bepreeentativee. J. T-
quite a a band
by past experience,
icii. r, drove
Bowditch, K. A Miller; County Jndite, E. Del eatt;
ob-; ‘,a' “"“n>,l:nore »<*
(■ontuiaiiMwrn, Ben}. Haymond, 8. A. Carlton;
books and to be able to apply them is the The management of the protection fight of
tained feed of Jas. Pankov
les- I ^
n,Ptlon ! > or l,ave
11“'e , been contracted for.
Clerk. W. H. P.ifker; Sheriff. B.W. Dean; Treas
least of education. This is worse than is apparently given to a triumvirate, sening the chance of loss in case tiie se- ’ '"f ‘
urer. N. Finlier; A*Neeeor, J. M Childers: Schoo!
year the city . has
laid a TT
Superintendent. N. A. Jacobs; Surveyor. Jas. Jef
woithless unless there is character de conxiBting of James G Blaine, who is lo vere weather should continue
system of water pipe for protection
frey; Coroner. K. Pryce.
velopment sufficient to use aright the in cated at the Tuiliierie« at Paris, D. P.
« H itntl «», i
.ii , | gainst fire, taking the water from Asb-
tellectual acquirement«. The opinion Thompson, a* the Vatican, Rome, and .
”• ’‘UH. who lias «mite a band of land creek, with pressure sufficient to
BeikStor. H. B. Miller; H«wrw»antahve. S. L.
sick with «afford proh-etion without the aid of an
Mitchelk County Judae, V. Colvix; Commission
ers, S- Meeeonrfer J M. Payne. Clerk, G. K
the development of the intellectual fac Portland. And as it is said that great the distemper, resembling the epizootic engine. Tiie coat of this was from »7000
('hanstor; Sheriff. T. G. Patterson; Treasurer. J.
ulties—that moral training is the work minds run in one ehanne), the language in a light form. It was probably caused to *S3W. The Ashland State Normal
W. Howard; Aevce^or. J. P. Lewis; Bch<»«d Sa-
BOOTS and SHOES,
of the home—is erroneous. Some would used by these gentlemen sounds very by tfi» sudden and severe changes in the School, Granite Hall ami the Presbvte-
Serintendent. E.F. Hatha way; Surveyor. W. N.
minder*; Comner, Dr. Kremer.
, r;an church have each l>een refinished
f.-aWH^belleve that the cliurei« and Sun siii-.ilai. Probably it is owing to the temperatore during the last month.
ku >A a * u uouxtv .
day-school should jierform this work. fact that Blaine did not have the mes
The problem of how long the snow | and greatly improved during the year,
Joint Senat»»r. C. W. <’artwri«ht of Wasco; Sep. < TOBACCO, GRQCERIES.i
Neither of these have yet succe«‘*led in sage lie sent from Paris copyrighted, it would last seems solved, and the only Within and adjacent to the precincts of
•«»•«ntattva.K. McLean of KlewiatMCmvity Jad»ce.
H. W. S-a bh; Co
producing satisfactory results. Neither is not fair for these gentlemen to take a problem that is now puzzling the aver- the city extensive horticultural iraprore-
\. Xfnnaitl.CUr*. W.C. Hale;Sheriff. M. D. ( Hil
lias lessened the imperative demand triangular position, because we cannot age voter of this precinct is, wliv our | menta have been made, and the acreage
ders; Treasurer. G. T. Baldwi it A«sesaor K. B.
that more instead ot less attention be pay attention to one withut turning our county court should have api»>inted J. 1 planted ! in
Hatton; School Super nt end sr. t John Uer
*■*“■* and small
Surveyor, K. S. Moore.
Remember, these kimm I a are now and bought since
given this subject by the school. It is backs to the other two aud either one M. Black of Little Butte precinct on our Ixien largely increased. Property valua
i . akb oovwn
tho war in railroad rates and are told
election Vmard ax judge.
tion has advanced, generally speaking,
.Senator, C. M. Cartwrucht of Wasco; liepreeen
al is most wholesome. But alas! in oth some one for their folly in turning their
tative, II. McLean of Klamath; County
The inan who lives on hope certainly from 1-5 to 25 per cent, during the year,
Fitts CiomtniNriionere, lie*». M. Jones. ( . Loftus;
ers tiie moral influence, if not wholly
has a very light diet; but wc live iii aud within the ,>ast four months real-
Clerk. W T. Boyd; Sheriff. A. J. Charlton; Treas
wanting, is so mingled with evil that no song of this trio is the |>oor laboring hope» that our county board will change estate transfers have been active beyond
urer A McCiBen: School Superintendent. A. II.
lasting impressions are made ujion the
Fisher; Assessor, O. L. Stanley.
For three month*,
asm so or coubts . rro.
which lures to death. A point they en the voting-place to where there are some ending December Sth, tbe sales foot up
minds of cliildren.
Country Produce bought and «»Id; also. Wool,
accommodation» for the holding of elec
The Supreme Court of Oregon meets at Salem
To leave the training of the “sensibil
reirnlar term* commencing on the tirst Monday» Hide*. Furs and D • r Skins Solicit orders f<»r
tions, as the jiresent place is execrable. 1156,714. A recent announcement that
ities and will” to the church and Sunday- lalmrer in Europe range from 3 > to 80 We would suggest fur their considera the Southern Pacific Company would
in March and October.
The Circuit C<»urt for the Firat Judicial Distr rt
school is folly where the people have so
tion that tiie school-house in this dis make Ashland tbe end of two operating
M’ta hi Jaek*on county on hrat Monday* in April.
little access to these privileges as in American laborer stand aghast at tlzose trict would lie the proper place, being divisions of the railroad—one division
September and December in Klamath county
many places of the Gftat West. Even
on second Monday in June and tirat Monday in
nearly central, and on the road, while reaching northward to Portland and the
November In Lake uonn’y on t’.«•• third Mondny
wher«' tti^se advantages are provided, “how would you like to work for such the other is not.
other southward to Red Bluff— has al
in May and the second Monday in Octotier. In
many parents are so indifferent in re
ready ha«l a marked effect in strength
Jeaephiue county on tirat Monday« in March and
ening public e«»nfidenee in the future
1881, I sulli reii terribly with neuia'gia. 1 gard to moral .culture that. they fail to
ForJack!«uu county the County. Probate and
prosfiect« of the town. As a direct con
applied St. Jacob» Oil at B. ti':.at 9 A M avail themselves of the benefits afforded.
(Jornmiv*!'»nor*’court* meet every month, com
«•reek has been very low all winter, and
naeneini; with the tirat Monday; for Jo-ephine
went to work. In the hiinuies afu-r the But were theae always utilized when instunees are even lower’than the figures per cunsc«|iienue we have received our sequence, a num tier of new buildings are
county, thotirrit Monday in January. April. July
Matle of .«electt.*il st*><*k bv the best American Manufrirtiireis. Pleas« pain was gone. I iia-.e ne>«.r had it »i:n-< ; available, they are inadequate. Two or cunning gentlemen neglect to infirm ihe mad regularly; but the prospect is fa I in contemplation, an«i it is probable that
anti September; for Ixk- county, every alternate
there will I«« more building between now
that one upplicat on cuied lue. ’ ii.cwi three hours’ counsel and insliuetiun each
month, commenaing the tirat Monitor in January.
examine Goods and Prices before purchasing. Respectfully,
vorable now that we will lie left out in
For Klamath county th* tirat Wednesday in March.
points rrp<-ut«d :i> «<> many iuslani»» nr* week is not sufficient to counteract the American laborer of ?. (act that each one tiie cold for several trips. If I am not and next »|M*ing than tl»ere baa been <Jur-
AT THE »AN FRANCISCO
June. September and November
i ing tiie whole twelve months of 1887.
given tn ci inch its sii * h nunty. As m the bad mthieiices constantly surrounding
mistaken it was King Ix>ar<and if it was
cse of the huckster, it is not a single the child. Indeed.teliow teacher, moral tries of Europe ate crowded, that the not King Ia?ar, it was that other fellow), Ashland will be s division in tiie Weils,
thing that tests. It is n >t one but nuiuy culture is largely the work of the school lafaning p«x>ple are in the hands of cor that cried, “a horse, a horse, my king Fargo A Co. express business and the C.
virtues that ar« required to subdue pam. room. You cannot afford to neglect it. poration» an«i landlords,and an aristocra dom for a florae;” and we would give i 8. Mail Service between Portland and
and this combination, by long v«-. is o' If you recognize the demands of your cy which thrive under horns protection; the butt end of our kingdom fora bridge. j San Francisco, also, as well as in the
* WILLARD CRAWFORD,
o|ieratiun of the railroad, and this will
experiment, baa proved itself unfailing in calling—if you have measured the that the latxjrer and operative is in a Salie?
NEXT LKHIH TU I’. O.
1 likely locate here a.« resilient» a number
efficacy and unsurpassed in merit. It heights ami depths of your mission— situation little above the slave, ami at
ATTOKNKY AND COUN8ELOK AT LAW.
, of families of employe» of
requires no loud voica to proclaim it; it
CALIFORNIA ST.. JACKSONVILLE.
company will w."
speaks and acts for itself, always true an«' ing that you may give is but teaching they leave the lan.I of their nativity so struck in. the editor of the SfaUtman ,
the future citizen how to use with greater they can to a certain extent throw off P^k^d inn at ufl, and said that the great construct at on<*e a large eating-house
This in the place to get your
Will praeti«-» in »11 ths soar«, of th« Stat«,
at Ashland I...,!
. a roundhouse, repair sho|>s,
skill a dangerous weapon,unless,in some | the gyves that hold them in bondage. fall
omes in H»-nlin', brick building. up-»tnir».
way, correct moral impressions are made In this country there is land enough and damaged the banana crop; but he reck- cool bunkers, extensive wood houses,
P. P. PRIM.
to spare. People need not crowd each oned without hi« host. It never fails, etc. The future of Ashland is bright
ii | k > ii the minds of your pupils.
To tell how this part of the child’s ed other; if wages are low in one place they and is snow and frost proofHe surely and her improvement record during the
4TTURNEY * (’GUNSELOK-AT LAW,
ucation is to bo provided, to give the are higher in another, and a jierson who must be an emigrant, or his knowledge year 1888 will surprise many people who
i nrethods to be userl by the teacher that lives within his means can always get of Oregon scant; or has he forgotten do not know of the foundation already
CANl’IEs. NI T»
: the moral instnn-tion of our schools may there. There is a demand for lalxjr and that Nature » child, as «he roamt-d laid for substantial progress in various
at tiio Ol< I Stand of
I lie more thorough, is not the jmr|io«e for always will be. People who want work through Oregon valleys wild,always went! directions.—»« Year'» Orrgonia».
tic* in al) the « ’ourUof the State t Hfice
Nirrioss. cv I I.EUY
uurt House, tirat door to tho 1« ft of e»i
| which this pa|>er is w ritten. This may brought to them an«i then some one to armed with her hone* stick, the choicest
UTATIONEKY. \L!t’. MS
TGHAi'i IM. <1GARKITE»
I form the topic for future effort upon the do it, instead of looking for it, do not bananas therefrom to pick.
RON A NZA C okk ESI-ONDENCE.
subject under consideration. The sole make as much as the poorest in Kuroja*.
R sviloh .
Gent's Furnishing Goods.
i object in view in presenting th-se
Bi'xxxz.*, Jan. 27, 188«.
thoughts is that of directing more atten I ! crowded by pe«>ple that are not obliged
ATTO R N E Y A CO U N S E LO R - A T- LA W, And everything u*u»hy found in » tirst-«-l»s»
are being offered for sale at
Is the Oriental salutation,
Sta: Having lo«-ate<l at the above
Variety «tore. Also,
tion to a subject that should be of vital
name«! place, :in«i thinking that some of
GLENDA LE GUTTERINGS.
knowing that good health
* moment, not only to teacheis and par- to strike out ami “rustle.” Tliis is one
your ni.uiy readers might want to hear
CHOICE FRUITS IN SEASON.
cannot exist without a
i ent», bfi.tjo all who have concern in the
The Azalia river is higlier than it has from this part of God'e goodly land. I
Will nra.«li«» in sit « Vairts of Ih» Hint ». Ortiva in
Our mast-« an-th« beet and gu»r»nte«<l »» reprfc
welfare of society to clue, and in the wage earners. But under the high tariff l>een for many years.
healthy Liver. When the
Olid Follow'» bnildinx. np «taira.
I will give a partial description.
»anted. Prices low. »» we do not propose to be
perjetuity of those things of which we regime, this country has drifted along
In the tirât place, I will say that
Liver is torpid the Bow-
J. R. NEIL.
Americans have just cause to lie proud.
Klamath county is a large and fertile
ch are sluggish and con
With the many dangers present der protection corporations have roblied dale last week.
county, beautifully diversified with
ATTORNEY A COUNSEL OR AT LAW.
R*S“ There will positively be no Reservations. The goods must be
stipated, tho food lies
and proMpective to uienmt* our nation’s the country and the jieople until some
mountains and valleys, which abound
future, the safety of our institutions thing had to Ire done to cheek them, and
who lias spent with a fine supply of living water over
sold at once, even
in the stomach undi
Jacksonville O r ».
must de|M*nd wholly ujion a due rever under the present Democratic adminis _ .....
nearly the ciimc
. .i *
mere a are
gested, poisoning the
—TO GET TOUR—
ence for right by a majority of our citi tration eorjiorations have ceased in a county, ii- at this piace, the guest of thousands
Will praotko tn all the Courts ofthe Hint«. Of
zens. As the mind in childhood is sus great measure their speculations and to
fice in Coart Hou««, second <loor on right from
for emigrant» to convert it from vast
ceptible to most lasting impressions, and turn attention from them have im-ited
J. O. Johnson, with a large force of plains to large and valuable farms. Thia
ensues ; a feeling of lassi
an germinal character is at this time strikes.
men, is now at this place repairing the - country is the home of stockmen. Thou
tude, despondency and
W. F. WnLUAMSON,
But what about the triumvirate? Is it •iamages caused by high water to tiie sands of stock i.ave wintered here thie
formed, is it not of supreme imiiortance
nervousness indicate how
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
to the true teacher that Iris pupils have a any wonder they demand protection? railroad in the late storm.
wintegf-i ttinut feed, and old aaUlera oar
profier love for rigid? A love fluff will Blaine, «xmldn’t renoun.*«* it un veil
the whole system is de-
M- tbgivjj ¿«rasa g. g
rst it.. *'"« ’ J» t ira —L— rri«F.r'Wk
—DOMI IM —
Grten Mountain mine «arffwwin last ' Un wifi Ulis country, the tbe
Mobilier stock, aud D. I’. Thoi.ips-.n, week and took the train for Eugene city, ru nt tai g several degree« below
All hmiineoe in mz ho» will receive prompt at-
at present writing the snow is ____ ly
who is possibly now confessing to the where they will remain for sometime.
but because it is right.
H. K. HANNA.
J. W. Singletary has been kept busy
! most any one who knows him will l«e
this county ar«* covered with beautiful
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people to health and
willing to swear that lie is worth about during the high water looking after I jiine and fir, and within ea«y reach of all
ATTORNEY A COUNSF.LOR-AT-LAW.
happiness by giving them
t’Lai) I if if
tl a «1 /•rxrtf
.« a F he
pavs taxes their mill, as their reservoir was thought the valleys, and Ixjst river running
The school in Willow Springs district on al>out |30,000. And C. P. Church, to be in danger; but no damage was ' through the center of these rich valleys
a healthy Liver than any
will close shortly.
one almost naturally knows that he is a done.
’ furnishes good lower for machinery of
agency known on earth.
Wil! practice in all the Courts of the State
Miss Lulu, the charming and accom- ! alfirinds.
The number of pupils enrolled in the protectionist. He has his *200,000 well
Office up Mtrkira in Orth’f» brick.
It act« with extraor
protected—no one will get it away from plished daughter of Hon. Hardy Elliff,
Linkville, the county-seat of the
Ash!an«l Normal School is eighty-one.
—M AT •
dinary power and etfiiiicy.
who s|ient two weeks visiting friends and
J W. Kourxeo"«, M. D.
H X on c >1 ».
The teachers of the Ashland public him. It is in his wife’s name. It will relatives in this vicinity, returned to ! county, is a beautiful city, situated on
lake, one of the most elegant
NEVER BEEN DISAPFOINTEO
schools hold regular teachers' meetings.
DNS. ROBINSON A GILL,
As R çonorn’. f ¡inily remedy for i
high tariffand against reform are wealthy Portland last week
; lak««s in the county. This county has
Chas. A. Gilchrist commenced a term l»*ople and allies of cor|»oratinnH, ami
urpid l iver, ri-nillimJii.u, i»i<. I
pH »Sll’l ANS AND «I llGEONB.
A heavy land slide is re|iorted at the many beautiful towns, and among them
ever usr anyihim: «’Ise. »«n i 1 « »
of scli.sjl at the Neil creek school-house, have wool on their teeth.—T/.< l'«'<Mtr.
been ¿Nt»ppointe<i in tin efflet >r *i:
approA-h to tunnel 9 ; also a bridge and is Bonanza, situated about 25 miles
JACK3ONV li.LH. OREGON
4a« «»onrille. Qre««».
h peri* « ’ • u
trestic washed out near tunnel 5. Tliere southeast of Linkville, on lost river. It
Walter A. Wood’s Chain Kake Reajiern,
(U.*ca3es of Lae stomach hid ! I’.< * ■ '
We exjs-.-t a large number of appli
Ottici* on Calinomi» «tree;, in Mr«. Gaming's
S kiii - isg O ve « tiii B okder .—Fugi have l>een no trains for three davs. The has alout 50 inhabitants and two drr-
W. J. Me E lko
Walter A. Wood’s Sweep Rak«* Rea|«’is.
tives who think of skipping to Canada storm has been of five weeks'duration, ! goods an«l gnxiry »tores, one blacksmith
Walter A. Wood’s Enclosed Gear Moweis
HT Calla promptly attanderi day or night.
29th of (his month.
shop, one furniture and carpenter shop,
to escape the too im[>ortunate attentions and is unprecedented in this locality.
Gaar. Scott «ft Co.’s S«*parators,
two hotels anil on** saloon, and one good
Have you had your black-boards re uf officers of the law might gain some
Gaar. Scott A Co.’» Plain and Trai-tion Engines,
QR. W. STANFIELD,
sciiool-iious«*, which answers for school
paired? If not, you should attend to it points from a Spaniard, who was living
Lever Hay Rake; also a
before your spring term commences.
KO I. ECT 1C PHYSICIAN.
on one of the islands of the West Indies; a visit to the White House, the comt-.rt- and cliurch. Bonanza now n«*eds an
ablc home of Mrs. Charlotte Jones. The
Teachers’ re|>orts show that directors but now he has made a place for himself hours passed in the society of this enter other good dry goods More, whicii we
lelilí Lilie OÍ F' h .VIII
Has located iu Talent. Or., far th« practice ..f
have promise of in early spring. It
his ue.tww.iorv Mak*» all chronic di«™««». »u«*h
Write for t'ata! ogue. A.klnwa either llll'h BKOs. 181’1.. CO.. Portland, Or., or
says 11 ulu>rt Howe Bancroft, to the in taining and very intelligent lady—passed needs a good hardware and implement
». Hhmnnati.m. Asthma. Pii«». Kidney Di»»«.
store and a saddle and harness shop,
Liver Complaints. Ao., »«pcoialty.
( KO\t Mll.llli * MIX, Agent«. Jacksonville Or.
variably poor but noble family, and en
Willow Springs district could not S|>end deavored at first to make living out of gotten.
and anyone coming to Uiis town will be
PILES. RECTAL ULCER, FISSURES. PKO
L. L WHITNEY, M. D.
Hire« ANI. FISTULA« IN ANO.
But becoming disgusted
J. H. Redfield lias taken up |iertna- cordially received an«’ kindly treated
POLYPUS RECTI. E tc .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
with the t.lod.ling life ci a farmer and nent residence at Wolf creek, Josephine while here. Bonanza has a lyceum,
heavily cm ban assed with debts, he de county. Johnnie did a very sensible ! which is nicely carried on ard well at
Cured Without Cutting Operations Miss Helen Strang will inlr.xiibf termined
Ea'le Point. Oregon.
to tiy his lortunes on the con thing before leaving Glendale, and that tended by both young and old in this
Having located at thia place I ask a «hare of
moulding in her .lopartment in the Med- tinent. But how to escape from his was subscribing for the T imes , which he I community. It also has a telephone
the patronage of this section, falls attended to
foid public Schools. Together with map- creditors was the question, for the gov says is the lies! and most reliable news line between business houses, and the
at any time
probability is that the line will be ex
drawing, it is the best method of teach ernment had unfortunately decreed that paper published in Oregon.
he cn de usua ed have formed . a co
tended ; in fact, Bonanza is s lively place,
ing geography we know of.
no debtors should leave the island. The
W. H. SOMMERS, M. D.,
partnership with an niPliorix** 1 capita) of!
Burgeon. Dcubst oadAunst az^prapnsti.rot tlie
$55,000, for the purpose of currying on a General
Several districts in the county should place swarmed at that time with insol visiting I.is family at this place, tias an and all it needs to make it the foremost
PHYHK 1AN, SURGEON AND A(’(’OU< HEUR Banking Bu«ines«4 m all of it* branchée ir .lark-1
«»oitarium for tie. l-.ar and rjrrvows Diseases,
town in the county is capital. We now
Portland. Or. luo
apo.intsd agent and make an effort to supply themselves vent adventurers, and the strictest
MHivil’“. Or««Ron Office at tho oliihtjuuiof Book
chjsician f-,*r jb»» «jaleiu for Oregon, and bas in with decent desks. Ia;vy a small tax if watch was kept upon them by the au agency for the Magic M'asher and have two stages each «lay, and will in a
man’* Bankin« House, S. E corner <»f Third and
two igiuitlui rniule a nnm’rer of niirw* of ease», in
few days have Wells, Fargo A Co.’s ex
( aliforma afreet».
thorities An arine.1 escort accompanied
siuue of which, surere ujierationa with the knife need be, as a few dollars judiciously ex
that it is the most effective
(’ < . BEEKMW
>’rofr*«!<»nel c alls promptly attended to day or
N ew « omkb .
pended in this way is not extravagance. every departing vessel well out to sea to plete washing machine now in use. and press office here.
haveiuily dona harm.
THUS U. BEAMES.
llefera by pormi»»i<ui to Mr. Jaa. W. Westher-
bring back «liscovered stowaways. But
Onnwuitattons in either EnglUh <>r German.
A vol x«i «-o< ri.r: bv the name of Ritch
furil. dmggiat, well-known in Haleni.Mi. Frank
Jfr- Office and residence on < alifontia street,
No live teacher will allow a winter to the budding genius was not to be thwart hold.
Gardner, machinist at oarahnpa, and other«.
ie were seen on the mountain above
earner of Fifth attest.
pass without doing some work for his ed. He procured a large cask, such as
.It Nil ».
Will meet patient» at
Drew’» valley, on the Bly road, after the
own growth. What work each shoultl was used for shipping stores, and jump-
Glendale, J an. .31, ltM8.
T. R. YOUNG. M D..
commeneemi-ut of tire snowstorm four
J. FRALEY'S HOTEL, ASHLAND, do will depeml upon what be needs. He mg inside caused it to be headed up.
weeks ago, says a Lakeview exchange.
lirerj Seeitnd Sand»} In Eark flnnth.
Keep* the laraeet stock of
Pliy.MICIAN AND SURGEON,
who is backward in language should Th.- cask was then placed upon a wagon
A-hlroan for pamphlet on llect»l DiMMiaee.
I ngalls ash C lkaei . axii — The fol They were rn rrmtr to Ashland on foot.
make that a study ; so. also, with all the and driven to the farm landing, where
GwiÿtrtU Polut, Or»««««,
DR. J. B. PILKINGTON.
the common branches. All teacher» it was placed with the oilier stores. lowing letter written by S««nator Ingalls Tiie wife wa« carrying a child a year old,
should read more or less, each week, in a Finally it was placed on board the »hip of Kansas to a friend in Kansas City, I ' while her lietter half wax carrying a
Graduata «f th- M «lirai University <3 Louisville.
book or liooks on teaching. Tl.e man and carried off to sea. Tiie tender at Mo., was made public by the Ti/urt for ' hand satchel. The wife wa» thinly clad
Kentucky. Call, promptly attended to day oc
and seerne i nearly exhausted as site
ner of reading these books is very im length returned to port. The creditors the first time :
tramjieil through the snow with only a
W asiiixutox . 1». C., March 25, 1885.
portant. It is not wise to simply read a had the farm, but the late owner was for
VINES AND SHRUBBERY
». tav<-i. y. n..
x. r. <>x«x«. M. i>..
D i : ak S ih : Always glad to receive i pair of thin shoes to protect her feet. As
bonk through consecutively, and then ever beyond their reach. When, like
l|uuid-uce <>u C «I I
un tue North weal cuaet.
lay it aside. Better read it topically. If Aphrodite from her circling shell, the yours of the 19th. We arc still waiting they arrived at the head of Quartz val
—Nature’s own Remedy—
ley just liefure dark, they were seen by
PHYdE & GEARY.
some light on class recitation is nupiired, serio-comic face of the bankrupt farmer for the President, who moves with great
delilier.it'on, listens to everybody, and Eli Johnson, who wen» with a horse and
PHYSICIANS AND SL'KGEONS,
Will speedily relieve and perma
does as lie plea.»««. His principal nom took the woman to the house. It was
nent-1 y cure all the various aidiunl- tnuglit by putting it in piuctice. Il your cask, the officer in charge threatene 1 to
ties arising from a disordered con plan of teaching geography i» not satis land him on the tirst desert island, but inations so far have surprise«! the IVmo- I found that lier feet were frozen to her
shoes. The next morning she wm put
dition of thé
factory, look the subject up in your finally assigned to the stowaway the or cratsasmucli a» the Republican», but on the stage and sent on her journey.
Ortloe» in Willi»™.’ Brisk Building lipjtsir».
they are generally strong men, whose
LIVER and KIDNEYS ! liooks on teaching and put in practice dinary duties of a soldier.
selection will lie approve«! by the con
what yyu fiiul suVulJe. In this wav
AppleTraea................................ *’• to*ln perlUO.
servative forces of the country. He has
It is perfectly barm I«—« »nd c«n books will bja read with interest and
G f . oruk H insmastcs , Al. McDowell,
N. 0. YOUNG,
Peach " ................................ I" “ 1* ’ ”
be given to the m»«t dehc»tewou>»n
no imagination or sentiment, and his Charles Zumwalt, Bob Freeman, Duke
Pium anil Prana Tree»........... . 8 '* Id
Other trees a*i«l »hriiblMrz fip-nialioil reasonably.
Bennett, and a stranger from Harney
message: Daniel Drumheller, one of the
Bend for i atalogne to
«NELL. lEITNNt' A WOODAUtb
A low voice is niore effective in a heaviest sli«»ep men in the northwest, ling; but if he keeps on a« lie has Itegun, valley. »taite«i from Lakeview recently
J. H. 8ETTLEMIEB. Woodburn.Or
school-room than a loud, harsh one. It submitted to an interview by a PorllamI
for Warner valley, says a Lake county
favor. He is self*|«osaessed an«i eonfi-
4 LL BU8INE88 IN MY LINE PROMPTLY
arrests attention, and somehow tl lie
icporter recently, while in that I dent, aud exhibits no pertnrnstion of pajier. They were out all day in a
A «trended to. andchar««» maaonat.la Order»
child receives an impression of reserved city, on his wav from S|a>kane Fail-to
niMdiug snow storm, and leached
l»ft with Jad»« Da» will r«*«tv« im nediat« al-
power. It was the “still, small voice,” Olympia. Tl.e gentleman takes br->ad > mind. <¡«»id humor pit vail« through I'wclvc Mile creek at 4 *. M. next day,
in Bible history, which conquered where view »on the tariff and siiiiima: tel them
lias mg their hands, feet »nd faces
the whirlwind failed. So, too, a cheer in the expression “that Cleveland's Demoerati st the delay in “turning the Irozen, wliil«* LI. McDowell'« face waa
ful, smiling face is a great aid in <lis<-i- mes-age is th«‘ pro er thing for sheep
mj badly fiozen as to close his eyes. The
GOOD for the cure of Billou*ne«a «nd Dyspepsia.
pline. The angry scowl, the pouting lip, men. and I have a few sheep myself.” the racket for the next twelve months pa.ty reached Newt. Rolsrt«' ranch at
disapiM'sr as by rnagic under its influ- Mr I ’rumheller asserts that if thetaiiff
noon. An Indian messenget »»• aentt
GOOD for the cure of Bowel Complaints.
Car. 3d anil E S«r»»t»,
en«e. Does not the excited, jieevish was taken off the raw material the de become a strong leivicr. He has a great , from theie Bunday for a ylivaic.ian, who
GOOD for the cura of Kidney Diseases.
arrived at Jaikeview the same evening,
1« ai-hcr liehold her reflection in the fa«-e mand for our short staple wool would be
GOOD for the eure of LangnixhneM and Weary Back.
coming ria Albeit lake, th«* distance be
of a child as in a mirror ? Is not the iliereas«-.! without any fear of successful prove it.
ing eighty eight miles, and part of the
harshly uttered rebuke provoeativ«1 of coni|>etition of foreign w . ki I of like qual-»
(Vmtaininu I J0 H ooibh . weil farniahed. TUabeet
GOOD for the curo of Liver Complaints.
A full line in etuck of
way he was obliged to travel through
muttered, or ontspken defiance? Il is as ity. "All we need.” says this gentle
GOOD for tho cure of Boll* end Carbuncles.
ONE DOLLAR PER DAY MOUSE
snow eighteen inches deep.
easy to draw cliildren as to repel them, man, “to secure an uniteraa) approval
GENERAL BUILDING MAl'EHtAL.
GOOD for the curo of Fou! Breath and Sour Stomach,
ami <-h, how much wiser! Tire same of the niesyige from our woolgroweis is
in the Hute.
test of voice an<l face applies to all the to ItavP the subject thoroughly discussed National administration and Democratic
estimates and Price Liat on applicat;«>n
GOOD for th« cure of Sleeplessness &nd Irritability,
i 'opntry «>rd«ni a «i>*.‘-ialtr.
They proffuw ys v”»!*'?' n*i«nr»l evor-
work of the school-room. More gratify and vontilate«! in all its a»|>ectH. from reform methods in 1885. Here is the Of those .-Gametic, which give toll.« fa.-e a-
Free Suses to and from the Hotel.
GOOD for the cure of al! Complaints.
t rip** «»v
( ere with
proof of it : In 1884 the number of bus ghastly (yes. ghostly) whiteness. Such
FACTORY AT WF.tDI.ER'8 MILL.
<lAiry I »»»• «-it-'ws. ♦ a ftti’Hiy »¡»u<trine, ing results, both in scholarship und dis emploves’ wages up to the mono]K>liz.ing iness failures in the country was 11,020; preparation, contain lead or some other
Mo Chine«« employ*«! ind no deviation in i
«aleariH.ma, cor. Third anti E Streets.
cipline, are attainable through these trusts?’
they .'Uo.alu ho ia Ctvry houKcbold.
in 1885 it was 11,110; in 1886 it was 10.- r<iual!y injurious and dsngsroua aub-
Oi Manin 2.r> rent*; l«»;l«rir»»
rent* to *0 cent a.
agencies than many teacher» realize.
FOR SAL« RY ALU DRUCCISTS ANO CROCER8.
568, and in 1887, thè year just closed, it ,lattee» tin- use of which if long contin-
tl-ini Tltr Iknth Unit,
E. LEWISTON Proprietor
giving the »kin a rough
Wr. would suggest to teachers that are Wliii-ii the bill* of mortality uf any large w as 9,940. The business failures for last and leathery a|>t*araiice. ultimately pro
having vacation or not employed to city may lx* fitly designated, and you will
I duce paralysis ol the nerve» Tlii» »tate
spend what time they can in visiting liml tliet renal and vesical maladies, that they were .hiring the year immediately I nient is no ’ bug a-bcr.,*' but facts, well
known to cliemiel« and pl.y»iciatis. based
TAKEN UP ABOUT IUKCEMHEll I. 1R»7. BY some of the graded schools in the coun is to aav. those that effect the kidneys or
By the Thousand !
FOli GOODS IN OUK LINE
T8« public are h«r»hy noti fini that tha ander
Cleveland, yet the number of business on tl.e well known physiological effects of
1 ths aniieraigni«!, li»in« al the Donegan ranch ty. You will find this very profitable,
stem«! will «iffer at privai» «al» all the
in Table Bock praefnot. on« dark red oow. about
bladder, have a rituatkuble | roncnence— firn.' ha« in. reased over 100,000 during such »ulwlsn.-es whose preseuce in prepar
he UNDERSIGNED 18 NOW TAKING OR
L. C. HEINRICHSEN.
four z»Hro old. no brand«, marked with an over, and you will always I m * welcome, we as
almost »»id— |>re|M>nderance. that time. The old Republican war-cry ations for the complexion are indicate«! bv
tiers through Jackson an<> Josephine counties
half crop in th» right and nndendop» in the left, sure yon. By this means you will be we ha<l
■ui-li outward signs a« Is-fore slated fl
with atnught apiked home. The owner will able to see our best teachers at work, Bright's di»».-»»«- and ili itx t.*» in the chronic "The Iteuiocrata will rum the business you would use an article which will at
119 First Street. »
Portland. Or egon
*nd prirate Mtert« of th* Ute
once produce natural activity and beauti
and if you wish to improve, yon can find of the bladder and enuresis elay many.
Kp. ffiinna. Tbit i»n rar« opDortunitj Ur any FRUIT TREES à SHRUBBERY,
ful complexion try Wisdom's Roberttu»,
THE LEADING JEWELERS OF THE NORTHWEST,
many methods and plans that are far su- Yet at the iMltset. when the trouble merely ness prosperity go hand in hand.
una within« to pi|F<’h^M> n<>ine tirot-clatecarriiiffe
which i. guaranteed under a forfeiture of
perior to your own, especially if you ar«* amounts to inactivity of the organs in
WIA>|.4Uilea.id Retail Dealer* in
Any kind raised in a timt < lass Nursery.
/fate XTen Die.
finsi t<> b.- absolutely free from all poi
volved, the danger may lie nullified by that
H K. HANNA. Adminietratcr
an inexjierienced teacher.
sonous am! injurious substances. Pro
Wareh S. 1»*
Those wanting Tree« thia '.all will do well to
ter'a Htotuach Bitters, which imparl» the adopted by an enemy wc «re the Ijetter en nounced by leading ladies of society and
give metholr orders, as 1 will guarantee satisfac
A Kn iTATiox properly conducted lie- requisite amount ot tone to th«.-organs abled to ward off the «lancer aud poiffpuiie the stage superior to anything ever pro
Silver and Silver Plated Ware. Npect.vl»« and Optical Good»; agent* Forth* Rockford
I warrant all my trees if properly cared for.
comcs so pleasant and profitable that without over exciting them, and the use of the moment when surrender become, in duced for beautifying and preserving the
Terms of payment neav. Prraivce taken at mar
every one will desire to be present, and which is convenient and involves no elab evitable. In many instance» the inherent complexion. — • - -
Cor. Front »nd Morrison St»..
ALL GOODS TN THE LINE MANUFACTURE!? TO ORDER AND REPAIRE
ket price IrftM' lbs. of reach Heed wanted.
so exciting that all will dotheir ltest, orate preparation. Dyspepsia, a usual strength of th« I xm I v suffice, to enable it t >
Watch R n airing carefully «X“cuted.
A. R. JOHNSON
Utartliny, Btti True
nF“8election PackaaeH *nnt on aonlical ion. < 'o n-nunmat* wit!» »w I- »fora pnrcha<dnc «UewhAr?
Jacksonville. Oregon Aug. 1 1883.
and this is all that should be expected or concomitant of renal complaints and de oppose the temiency toward death. Many,
required. Not be who does the best, but1 bility. which they invariably produce, are however, tiave lost these forces to such an ' W illis I’otxt, T lx *». Deeembei 1. ls&j.
remediod by it. So also are constipation, extent that there is little or no help. In I After suffering (or more than three y ears
Sew Sre-preef Kriek. Plret-rla«» Inali Breperl«
Farm for Sale.
CITY BARBER SHOP
he who tries the hardest, needs the en malarial, rheumatic ami nervous ailments. other cases a little aid to the weakened . with'disease of the throat and lungs. I got
THOS. GUINEAN, Pr«»rl«t»r.
lungs will mike all the difference between ; ao low last spring I was entirely unable
7—"-■ -L’SJ ---v
at ■ low bgure, eighty ncr«a of good land »it
sudden death ami many years of useful to do anything, and my cough w.s so bad I
PllOVt MY PLACE ON EVANS CREEK. LAST
cl . Blood Elixir is the only
nP”I'h« ••'.«m >a-l Reetenrant ia nnanrpaaaai in
ost«d 2‘4 nutra «ast of Linkvilte. on the Fort
'IVVVi.VX Y» Blood RemMy gutran\ life. l’|ioa the first svmptoms of a cough, ‘ »carcely siepi «ny at night. My Drtiggut
1 fall.one brown mnle. three years old in the Klamath nsul. Fifteen acre» are nnd«r fence
cold or any trouble of the throat or lutiga, llr H F GoodniKht.Mrnc ni» • trial botti»
spring, branded < on riuht shoulder, and one »or and in cultivation, while muet of the balance i.
'LL. ÜMAVBBK AND KI
ALED HAY FOR HALE AT MEDFORD iel tilly. three rears old anil b-nrd,ri L P on left »oacepUbletii rill*«». Three u »«Itod well of w». er 1’111» cures sick Headache, nsk your teed. It lx a positive cure for Ulcers, Krup- vivc that old and well-known remedy— rd Dr. Bo»anko’*CouBgband I.ung Byrup
THE ÜNDER81ONED IH FULLY PREPARED
(entra* Point. Gold Hill «nil Enal« Po'nt by »l-.oulder. A liberal reward will ho laid for their t»r ^nd a !<«h oa*e IMI the property For further Druggist far a free trial package. Only t ions or Syphilitic Poisoning. It pari fie* the Boseliee s German Syrup—a careful trial. 1 fuund relief and alter usine »>X (l.OpbM-
WIIrtK pShoei I'-od. Ontfil worrh »X and l«ir- ! to do all work in hi« line in the beet mitnner ind
Vv U il ta i«I.-« f «»» P. O Vb’KKItY Ali
MbH i. ILL A BAK Ml.
c. < . Met LEK DON.
one for a dose. Regular size boxes 25 whole system, and baniebee tU Kkenmstio It will prove what thousands My of it to tl»>, I »u «ntffwl.v i“r»d. J. ALWgta*
«articulan c»ll on or aildrcaa
at r<*aMrnabîe priree.
Him s Valley. Jan 21 1688.
cents Sold at City Diug «tore
SaspU botfl» » wnto. at City PrtefOi r»
C.N- GORDON. LiukvtUa. Or.
And Neuralgic paiai. Wo ¿UMbtet it- be, the “benefactor ot any born». *
STATE OF OHECiON.
U.S. Senators» J. H. Mitchell. J. N. Doi ph. Con-
4r*Atwinan, B. Hermann; Governor, S. retinoyer;'
Secretary of State, (ieor*e W. McBride; State
rraaaurer. Geo. W. Webb; »Ute Printer F. ( .
Baker, Sapt. Public Instruction. E. B. McElroy;
Sa prerue Judge«, W. P. Lord. Chief Justice W. ,
W. Thayer, R. H. Strahan.
FALL I 1887 WINTER I
J ackson ville, Oregon.
I «tood at the coroer
f Hi» wagon wa. vuy
; wuall, about three
ra* ’ time, the lixe of ■
boy’s “Exprew," an«’
held a half dozen melons. The donkey
was tall, lean, lank, and aeemed afraid o.
the little k'ynrt to which he was harneased
The huckster singly Was not a novelty
nor the donkey, aor the wagon, l>iit th«
’combine,’’ th. crtMity, from wliiili all
sorts of comparis-M could be drawn, wo»
a senaatiuu wliid) drew a crowd of litth
folks and servant.. The little folks talked
•bout it at hour and mj he was adverti«ed
and his ztM
]>. f ta • n> gwl. 11 *»
tots toz say a remedy will relieve, lor
instance, is not saying much. Tire heal
from the friction of tho baud will sonic
times do that. Nor is it al! to say it will
cure; for the cure m.iy 1« temporary anil
the pain may return; nor will it do to
boast of a peiiuauent cure, uuksg the.v i»
no relapse, no return of pain for a good
length of time against changes of wcathei.
But a remedy which relieves all pains
promptly and surely, which relief is a cure
beyond all question, which cure is proved
in a thousand cases periuaneut beyond any
fear of relapse, is a ‘ combine” of Grltiee
beyond nil competition, upon which th«
public eye is fixed. Ami lh s is the supe
rior im-nla of St Jacobs Oil. A« a pioof,
Mr K. <j. Troll. «Vesiei.i I'nion Teiegiaph
Co.. St. I-oms, Alo, sou«-»: “Ju > .reh.
DRY AND FANCY COODS, PERSIAN CASHMERES, NUN’S VEILINC, LACE CHECKS
ZANZIBAR & PALMER SEERSUCKERS.
FURNISHING GOODS. HATS,
AMOSKEAG, STAPLE CHEVIOTS AND GINGHAMS.
CHioiip for (>amh !
AND SIMPSON’S SILVER GREYS
MENS’ AND YOUTHS’ CLOTHING.
NEW WINDOW CURTAINS, WALL PAPERS and BORDERS.
Large Stock of Bouts and Shoes
VARIETY STORE !
ALL THE REMAINING GOODS
A. G. COLVIN, JACKSONVILLE, OR.,
ACTUAL COST PRICES !
AT V SACHII’lCi::
BUY THE BEST AND BE HAPPY!
THE BEST STYLE
0. CRONEMILLER i SON S,
FARM AND MILL MACHINERY!
Brinkerhoff System for Cure of all
Successors to C. C. Beekman’s Bank,
PARKE * LACY,
WOODBURN NURSERY THE INGERSOLL ROCK Dams ANO COMPRESSORS
and WIRE ROPE—SPECIALTIES.
KOI.J¿ AOEXTS FOR
Westinghouse Automatic and Junior Engines
Oregon Kidney Tea I
NO APHIS OR LICE ON TREES.
1851 J. C. CARSON,
INTERNATIONAL HOTEL, Sash. Doors, Blinds
WINDOW AND PLATE GLASS
A Rare Chance!
Malaria, P -nb Chills,
FRUIT TREES NOTHING SAVED BY SENDING EAST
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Clocks!
THE LITTLE CUPIDS!
Baled Hay For Sale.