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. JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST lG. 1888
VOL. XVIII
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
miscellaneous .
MISCELLANEOUS.
MEDICAL.
I
b-o
SAHi’LE .IKGUMENTS.
The V
effrontery
of the protection for
11
.IV Who spent I ,.»ol)0poiy
i., organs >s really amazing,
' a** l**n« *k>:, IFmi
-eir claptrap about
protection for
'■n in many Y ,n
e
meriean
inJuatriei« an-l American work-
• men is getting worn out, but their
'nti ve genius is never at a lute», be-
'•'¡ey »pein to write on the princi-
‘lalf of their rea len> are fanatiy
1 fi half fools who will a< ^-/-t
■
NTATE OF OREGON.
U. 3.*A«»n»tora. J H. MitchcR. J. N. Dolph. Co,,
xr n»ttinan. H. Hennaan; G*»v«»ra*>r, S. P<»nu«>>er;
S»M*r«»tary «»f Stale. George W. McBride; Stat«» ,
TruHHur»»r. G**o. *V. Webb; Stat« Printer. F. C.
s.ipt. Public Instruction. E. B. McElroy;
Supr*;n«» «JiitisC**-* »V I*. Lord. (’hi©f JlUtica W,
V. fhayur, R. H Strahan.
rniHr judicial diatbtct .
Com pricing Jack**on, JuaophinA, Lake and I
K aiaath c<»«inti«*“: Circuit Jadgo. L. Ii Welwter;
District Attorney. W M (’olvig.
Jit•!(«»•( COtJWTT.
GRANDEST & LARGEST COLLECTION ■
REAL
OF NEW WINTER
¿ST
C LOTHING
B::TS ani SHOES,
TOBACCO, GROCJ2RIES
LAKH covmi
Join Senator. C. A Cug»well of Lak-; j
K«q re«o! Mtive. H. P. Muee; County Judge, W.
A. Wilt-hire; I'vmini-Hiuner»*. K. L. Nherl<»ok.
\Vm. Bagley: Clerk W !’. Buy«i: Sheriff, Win.
Carll; TreHMiirer A. McCaBen: School Nupe-. in
Country P..>Inca h.ioght and »«>ldi ala«». W<»<>1,
tendent. A H. Fieher: Aa»*e»M»», J. E. McDou- . Hide*. Fura -» J D»*cr 8kina Solicit orders fur
ough; Stock h apertvr. D. H« J«»ne*
MHKTI Mil OF <:•»(’His. HTC.
MAX MULLeR,
The Supreme thmrt of Oreg«>n n» «eta at Salem
I’l-t-tl! - Building.
- galar ter n** co n n.«ncing on t‘»;» nr-’t M'»ndavr
,n March and O.qober.
rh^t ircuitC mrt f >« t m Firat JiuFcin* DiM-
aete in J-ickaon c »unty on fiiM Mon lay*» in April.
N»»pt**inb‘r and D*'*eniT>*»r In KJainntn «’-»nut;»
>>n -«aeon«! M«>n<i.iy in Jun»» and
Mo*'«iay i".
November [a L'l’.t«» o-m y *»’i (’:»? tniro Monday
in May a >d the a,M o.nl M >nday in t»c»«»‘** r In
IND—
J im ** yhine manty on fire’ M-*n laya in Marc!1 nn«l
\U4U-f.
For Jarkson conntr th*> County, Pr »h.'.te m«l
' ’o n ni^-»i.»na.-i*' <■ »arts tn -’t • very month, v«»m
meaning with t , • dr^t M*‘n«i *y: for Josephine
county, the timt Monday in Jariary. April, July i
AT rilEbAN FHANC1SCO
find September; tor Lake county, every alternate
month, co’umctiring th»» tir*»t Monday m January.
For Klamath county fhefirM Wednesday in March,
Jun* Sent'»mber and N’lveinber
HARKNESS,
B«*u«h- and Sold on (‘onimission by
At their—
UQice in Ahlf Budding, Front 8':eet.
K. W. NIORRISON,
ATPOK3ÌKY AND OUNHELOH AT LAW.
(¿rants
Oregon,
MARBLE WORKS!
REAL ESTATE OFFICE IN .ASMI. OR., NEXT DOOR TO BANK.
*^l U I M'Ill -l in 1-'« * - »uit r-ur-U-a
\ th»! ‘
rs ni ■
< <.ff« r -«i f r b’xh* ht fair prie«-«* j / d
,r \ : «! .i Th* br«t qnalit}
11 U II A » Itl " ,tl te. t ■ ■!' I Iv ■
• w toh r t! f.u- *ale Hl thi-» olii**©.
l'HMJ ,f fruit !...;.|«. . t I :-i—■ -I
- -
near
Anhla^d,
an«l along the line of the
l-'rutt «ni farmii-a I-■ o-r- i-i tract *--f f-.-ii «' .toi
railroart, chu ht* pur h;i--*.l ni II i- ,-lh-
,
H
|-y
<»f
4
(ti
arr*‘4 in Klamath conati
A-plsn-iitl H»e-x ll.-i-ivn of .t-i-o hc - - -- A -.
i
foi -1!-* al a t--rs-I-* -t t'*-- ■ li
• v •. t fijx n c »r K«dii-|g re.il estate in
- ■— - - - - ■ .
■ i- ■,
-
■ ’
a ,. i car» full v i !’v*‘> t i ii’, i • i «h*-tract a fur—
.1- »- >.i .Cl 1 I
:
■ . ■ : \.
-
I
uish-sl; c-HiVi-i-iii-i-ig-1--.1--; !-•* ■--»f c..
J -■
I r • • « t»*>rr«-w. r or fon. -i for the lender on lhe
tli-i-t ri-iv-onaiit'. ti-rm.-.
• *1- :r« d <• ••••ruing ti.«» tip » m G, r<n*onrcea ai d
W-- -l-all *.lw -y- t-■. ¡-.î - ■ I t ■ . i-
¡»bMLMure ‘ii «mowing the property we < fter
pro» erity-if Ashland ar.d b«»:ith«rii Or-g-r. n-l «il*1-' akf
1
fur «ale.
VARIETY STORE
CALIFORNIA ST., JACKSONVILLE.
Tbto U the place tu get your
GROCERIES
C1GABR.
JEWELKY.
i an dux nut *
rirrs <’\ i : ds .
VH ION • C
>1 \ fi'iN:
:« >n V ■<
,r;tV
Al "i '!«
: ■ AtU.ITl'M
I This Leather is
K'.Mma
Liinilarlo that by which the Patent
Ib ■ Points Claimed for it arc these:
by a
T< H’lill XE''S—It i* aliiK-t Iiiiji-i-'ilile to I' i n . and it will not (’ra-’k.
SOFTNESS—Wlivthvt <' 'i-i --I 11 -t, \V 1 .•»• Dry, t i« always Soft
WILLAPD CRAWFORD,
and Easy fur the tno»t Ten*!»*» l -'i t.
/at
’
.iis'xl'ig
Goo«!v.
Gon«
AHO IN V \N » CtlPN 3ELDK \T I 'W.
WATEltl
’ltOl >F—I will Turn '■'< ; > i • " -i tliana .v --titer Leather.
_g
a-uahy
found
in
a
nrrt-ekut»
An I t verytl
Variety Stove. AI bo ,
Xdedford, Or»e«n
COLOR—A -Lt I’.la.-k lliat will n--t 1 a-L m ■ arn Ik I
POLISH — I’nlike all other Crain l.i-.t/her it will take a High Polish
Will orarti-'-- in all r‘i-* erwrrt. of the State,
CHOICE FR'JITS IN SEASON.
<» t.<- ■ i-i H i nli-i'« bri k l.nil-lintf. ajj-et-ilr“.
with ordinary Shoe Blaeking.
Our giMvis ar»*the be*«» and gnarante»»d ,i> repra-
M»nt»<i. Price* low. *■* we do not propone to be
P. P. PRIM,
CLEAN AND LIGHT WEluIIl'—N<»t being Weighted with Tan-
undersold.
y I T i »RM:Y -t COVNMELOR-AT-LAW,
ningMaterials ami Grea-o. it will n--t soil a Stocking and weighs
i msawiiiE, ooh .
Light for the Snb.'tanee.
TÄTE PLACE
Will i»r.» ‘t • in all th»» (’ourta*»f the State O.ti •«
We earrv in cnstuni ina-i.- w -rk ■ i th Higae.-t Grade of this stoek,
•i-
li*-‘i-*-’, tir-t »I* »or r«> t h»» httof»”.-
a hand welt (men -j lace sh-.e, made -m the Engli-h Waiiki nplia>t last,
» t.F.r YOFR —
at $5 t»0, and a laee shoe made on the Harvard Box-Toe last, calf
F. Da/EATr
I
lined.throughout and »oles of G-. ni-.’ie Emrlish Sole Leather at $7 00.
\TT*»RNEY .kt’Ol’NSEI.OR-AT-I.AW,
v
Both are in seven different im-tej-an i width» t-> each
size, . r «»r ¿.»eta.
lUilitn 1 Oregeii.
additional they will be sent charges pr- paid to any ad<lro»s by mail or
I
express.
-DONE IM—
»ill era i, — ,-i al» i’i irtsolth'Hut». Otic* in
Protzman
i
ivi I »’-How*- i ‘-lins, ni- *«--«.
Cortland, <Iregon.
i
Wul p
äLAGKSMITHIilÜ
& DeFrance.
J. R. HEIL.
\rr » i :\ kv t counselok at
THE BEST STYLE
INLOW
— AND AT—
Jacksonville Ogn»
Will pnctH »» in all the Cour»# ofthe State. Of­
fice in i oiirt lb* i -,
d»*»r on right from
entrmce.
W. r. WILLI » MSO’f.
xrroftxEY a »•*»! xsfii.oi: vr t aw
Medfor.l, Oregon
THE LOWEST RATE'S.
ASHPOLE
1)1 \I.*-!H l\
— H a I
I
H. K. HANNA.
VrroRNEY A «/OCNSELOR AT-LAW,
Jacksonville, Oregon.
1 *<»Hít < > Í11 < * «
i ArKSON VIELE. OREGON.
J
OREGON.
We keep Constantly mi llatul a ('-int¡>lete and Well Selected
sortnienf of
A r
S. S. PENTZ,
(Formerly «if Washington City,)
AN!) < »UNSELOd AT LAW.
Faccessors to C. C. Beekmaifs Bank.
WThFOH!». OREGON.
Will r»r v’i ••• i'. %I! -> ir- .
th“ S atn nini n*-
for*» all Govern’n«»ntal IGp»wtment»».
M*»n*v l*»t*i»‘<i an-l t»ol!••••«ionj» mari«».
MOST REASONABLE RATES
'PHE 1-NDEKSlGNF.D HWi FOKMED A < <»
1 partnership with an Kut’.oriz»* I capital of
PHYSICIAN \ND Sl’RGEoN.
5'’,‘>0ii. f r th«» p r :»<».-• • <»f carrying on a General
itanking B'l-i’ii**« i i ■ '* *»f i’- branch«*^ ir Jack-
.•• Ifortl. Cre^nn.
so’iviP *. < >r* 4 »n « >di ’»• at th*» »»ldnt-Mi dof B •••k-
•n r ' m Banking H oih **. S. E coriier <»f l.-irdand
OT. e -r William*’ Bri'k B f’!; • C ■>- «taira. < aiifornia strnpf«.
<’ « . HEEKM \N
THOS G. KEAMES.
DR. S. DANIELSON,
BUY THE BEST AND BE HAPPY!
E. B. PICKEL, NI
1*11 YSH I AX
D.,
FARM AND MILL MACHINERY!
VINSS AND SHRUBBERY
I W. K o 3I*» son , M. 1>
B. M. G ill , M. 1>.
.»n the- Northwest coaat.
NO APHIS OR LICE Oil TREES.
DBS. ROBINSON A CILL,
I'HYsimxs
AM»
DR. W STANFIELD,
E< L I.<' I it
PRICES :
srp.GEoXH
■li»fk*»»n»ill»-. Ourt-o»».
P It Y K1C1 A N.
H am locate I m Ambiar I Or fir Hi»» pr-ietic»» <»f
hia prof»»“M*»n. Mikhail chr<»; i<* «ÌG m * •». auch
a>» !t i » i nt î- n K-'h n ». I'll*— K ln*»y D: - t -..-.
L»v«r <’«> nplunt-. A«., a *p • -talty.
L. L. WHITNEY M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Earl* Point Oregon.
• ii
• l -it.-d it th pia-* I <t-k a«har*5 of
(he p itr-irag.* of thu«
'-tton. < alia att*1; i *d ?o
at vijr tone
W. H. SOMMERS. M. D.,
I’HYSL I W St t;«d:«>N \N?> V
or« If! UR
•Tiio,,sonvilte. Oregon,
Walter A. Wood’» Binder«,
Walter A. Woo<l*8 Chain R ik‘- IL* ippis.
. . ..
Ku -IteTR,
Walter A. Wood’-» Sw p R.ikf
Walter A. Wood’* I’ •!u«e.I <»ear Mower«;
.. S»»paratorR,
,------- - ,
Gaar St iti «N (’«». ’«
Gaar, S« ’4t «Q < ’o«> Plain ami friV'tion Engines,
Lever Hay Rake; also a
Apple Tn*»-............................... $5 to $10 per 100
I • -r h
•
.............................. 10 “ M •
Plum and Prune Trees..........
H “ Pi " "
Other tr«»*'-- i : I-»‘tr ibhf'ry furiii“hi?<l reasonably.
Send for Hhd‘»gn<* to
Ú. H.bhTl LF.MIFB. W■ Midburn,Or
18Ó1
J. C. CARSON,
«
Irteli
POltTI.AND.
OK..
I’> itninir k ’! J 1 H'»*irn**. w»*h fur’. .*h»4<l. Tht’beM
O^e ÏOLLX-F PER DAY HOUSE
in th»» State.
Fríe Busos ts and fr:m the Hotel,
No China*;*» viri’ilo. d a.-,«l r»<» deviation in
*h*irg‘»B.
M*»al»»25 c *iitH; I*» Igin»*ntuto -Ccent».
F.. LEWISTON Proprietor
Stock and Land for Sale.
ie i ’ ndi i : s | gni d ofi i rh for half
T of ••<«•♦•! i b .-n i 1 t of land g«a»<! *» f h<*r**»M
also «pvaral par'-nla
iat»-l i ■ Jark»*onvi!l»»t Wil­
low Hpni
ar*l ( *»ntra| Point pr«»clr»,»R. For
fn»-tbMr «»articular* call at the Jacksonvilie Mar­
ble Work-.
J GWHIPP.
31 M-oliinery.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS I'.'
Sash, Doers, Blinds
MACHINERY!
Dealer in
WINDOW AND PLtTE GUSS
A full hno in atovk <»f
GF\; R\L IP (LDING MAlF.RlAL.
r \- i
Ht'-I Frice Liat nn upi*lìeat--m
< '-mi.try or-lem h «pecialty.
SO Erl AGKINT-i I/O It
I
By tiie Thousand !
Westinghouse Automatic and Junior Engines.
THE UNDEIWIGNED I.M NOW TAKING OH
1 dors through Jackaon an«l J<*dphine counties
for
()ORRESPON1 >ENOE S01.1CITEl>.
FRUIT TREES & SHRUBBERY,
Any kind rnnod in a first < lass Nursery.
Those wanting Trees this tall w ll do wollte
give me their order«, ¿ m » I will guarani«* satisfar.
* Í'warrant all my tn*w if prop»»rly cared for.
Terms of payment easy. Proibire taken at mar­
ket pries IHM lbs. of Peach Sw»d
Jacksonville. Oregon Ang. I 1^X3.
J. M. A RTHUR, Mitaifir. No. 33 and 35 Norlh Front SI.. Portlanl Oregon.
FOB GOOD* IN OUR LINE
L. C. HEINRICHSEN
111 First Strest.
...
Portland. Oregon
THE LEADIN’» JEJV-LtaS OF THE NORTHWEST,
• 'tckMHi ville.
HTBEET
Oregon.
HIE UNlMCHShlNEU IS FI LLY PREPAKEE
to-Io all work in hi« line in the boi>t tner nerind
.t rew-mahle prioe«.
_
GROBOK UCHÜMPF
DR. PIL’CIrtGTOIN
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
I
Main St., Ashland. Or.
I
ITcv is Your Timo to Got
BARGAINS!!
T
rrhe
DRY GOODS CLOTHIMß HATS CAPS
BOOTS andSHO^S.
Hardware. Tinware Crockery.
gC*IU»l I?
J
Central Point. Or.
Wh«»l*»MHl»»a»id Retail D«»a’fin in
Diamonds, Watches, Jowelry, Clocks!
Silver and Silver Plate«! »Vire, H-wt »
)|»’»,.»I G«»»!-»; agent* for the Rockfoy!
Raiiroad '.V it •¡«•♦»?.
.
LINE MkNUF.VT’JIlE.» fO ORDER AND REFAIRED.
Watch Ret airing
-folly execut»'d.
yctio* Packages 3*»ut ->u »pph
.»» • wV*i us h
* purchasing elwhere
ALL GOODS ÍN THE
GROCERIES DRUGS
Tobacco, Cigars, Etc.
UNIVERSITY of OREGON.
EKiF-NE CITY.
CANIARDS ORCHESTRA
Late of California,
NOTHING SAVED BY SENDING EAST
CITY BARBER SHOP.
(XLIFOHNIA
Brinkerhoff System foi Cure of ail
RECTAL DISEASES.
THE INGERSOLL ROCK DRILLS ÄTJ COMPRESSORS
anrfWIRE ROPE—SPECIALTIES.
A r WEIDLKB’8 Mll.L
ïRUIÏ TREES
C<>r. 3«l aal E Street«,
l/htrm
T
PARKE k LACY,
188’«
......
«or. Thir-t and E Street».
l'Olll'IANI» OICEtlON.
INTERNATIONAL HOTEL,
luine oí
W rite for I alaiugiii*. A Mr<-« either HtlXh llltos. IMI'I (<>., Portlaml, Or., or
< BOX FMI 1 I Hi A SON. Agents. Jacksonville Or.
Mnt.ufacturnr <»f
t-.»l,.uK! »
NEW COODS, NEW PRICES
Free Bridge Across Rogue River
---- tend-----
('alia pm-n’.tlv. am < r I.•<! to day or nisf! t.
Office on B str* - t.
ORDERS SOLICITED
ASHLAND HOUSE !j
the largest wtock <>f
M.SiiiMmiiratal así Nit trees
ASI» SURGEON.
OF FEMALES
Alfalfa ani ether Grass Seed and Fruit
Trees iron theSalem Kory at
Low Prices ap.il Warranted Heal’hy
I
WOODBURN NURSERY
K'• !
a d WEAKNESSES
DRUGGISTS
Phs-1-^M.-.iical
Mt tlfnnl. Ori tfnn,
Geld Hill, Ore? n
Oregon Kidney Tea I
Tackson vilie. < >i
Si oci-iì attention /ir» r «■» l'hnmic DiftoasoH.
iaj
nn
J
ENGEL BROS
i
i
R. PRYCE. M. D«.
P H Y SI r 1 \ N A ND S r R « i E ON,
C. B. FITZCERALD,
Clothing. Boots anil ¿hoes.
Groceries, Hardw; ra
? Giildinu
BEEKMAN & REAMES EAGLE POINT
Wil! pm--■in all t*s
irt« of the State
n-ti--« nt> «taira in Orth’, hrirk.
ATTOKNEi
Sneezing Catarrh.
Curs* Without Cutting Operations
Genera! Merchandise
D. emiaiLLW I SONS,
All hirunaw* in my line will receive prompt it-|
tention.
I. C. AVITI VI».
Cemetery Work a Specialty
next door ro P. o.
ATToKNEY AND COÜXSELOK AT LAW
Grant's Paw*. O i » rcd .
Fri'it.
bwk in Setal Ibgau
ROPER, GALEY $< HELM,
l'or C 'rixli !
GsEAÏ DEDUCTIONS
M.
AGENT!
Colkrtor of Pernals--•i’forapt Rrin‘/.untff.
FURNISHING GOODS. HATS..
MORRIS
TIN PLATES.
*
i
Abitracte tifie of Titles to Lande.
dry and fancy goods ,
Cltoap
w A I,"
Ih-reisn- -i.it of tire tariff debate
more in«trr:> ve an-i convincing in favor
H »> ’ nai !y raw*
** u>’
of tin- D»*t ■< ratie p'an of taxation than
Bo y c «v
Sore». Cured bi
th --lir-.-u —i on tin platis. The de-
Cat ca a-KemottK .
. >
hj <- -u- s b, lumber and wool was also
eoirviii- .ng on the aid • of D mocrata.but
N' fAI-Y PUBLIC,
Mt-ir-r. Stevens A Brunner. Munro* Ba
t
tin- n -.i-lty of the tin-p'ute i-idtistry
»»■■»r Sir». About two mmol i .-uro, upt t v
reooniin«--latuiii, 1 l-ouaht a l-xtle of i
a. •>.tccr i ‘
made the Miunirie« presented by it stand
I<- -ol,«i-t. or.e la>x . 'ulii-ura Helve, au-1 or»-«*
y. a*
x ’
‘■on anything that is e-ii- out clear and imld. It w a r.ot confused
ol l.'utivura Hm-p. for ruy - on. eg-sl thirteen y-
a I-- bee been afflicted with eczeina for a
W The latest fa-l is the by any -lisp-ites over figures or past re­
time, an-i I eiu pleaaed to s«v iba- I b.r., v
- hat clothing is sold sult!*
reiu-ilie» have cured him. »lit, sufferin'
Tho d.-vice of coating iron with tin is
ted States titan it is
inteaee. l-ie head be-.ng n«arh raw.hie-—' *» I: <
LF.GAL. DOCUMENTS
«-•□■-exc-.'l-t the gristle, end ids body war
at blanket-» are man- n.-vt-rn. an-l is chiefly used in England,
Of all kiu<i> «h. .n itp. eMp.M'iiillj pertaining b m it- é-.r««. »Im condition w..« frig! ■ ill
cheaper thau they are ill the p-alncts, we take an-l use quite
•b»» irtttl u. » of «»tat«*
bold The «ore» l-eve now e.i disarp- r
two thiriU, so great is our demand for
«km in Hvw»»thF- «yea brig*.t. rheerfnl
•ihliran eoii-d tides from cans, i>.ais, pails an-i similar thing«
tiun, and ia working «very da,
My r.e
are w-tiieet-«« I.» rid» n-inmkebl« cure, rm
..rotective la-iff ditnin- Naturally, th-.- great use stimnlat«d a
doubting ‘-ne* ar« n-'j-i-'et-il to call or wilt* me.
! living aud increase* the wish to produce the thing, and as usual,
Inv«*ttn»nt *10*1« ties a Bnecialor Jack,on or any of my in
fx»r»
< oiii.ty Scrip Jivu^ta aud Sold
were appealed to,
utxrrer to ea- n a iue.ni of congress and taxes
WM .B. STEBHKJiBON-
Wmch-vter, Union county?X. C.
’ ‘iis 1« a l-igieal conclusion, with the result that in ISC* a custom tax
I liareai-o apka« -4 of Map» of all Hurrnyed
make
of
15
i«-r
cent
w;o-
by
congres«
leviad on
ed
to
its
legitimate
re-
Inui-te
I.and» in t.i»
t.in -o jy, and receive abstract«
Monroe, N. <’ , Oct. «1,1« .
U it i-.hH*
•nilhonaire out of tho foreign article.
ntoulhly fron: L .pi i _
__ ______
__________
s of
al! nsw sntri-e
made 1W Potter Diug ond Cbeniiosl C o. :
I
.tj
to
1 im thii« pro|»i<* »» «■ m.-tkn out H-on—:-- m ! an-l
tímdl-íueli, Nir. W. 8 rtti ph«n«o-. <>f thi"
That tax was not eii'-tigh to «tart tiro
-ouiitry, if tl.e
Pr«-ei.iption p-• «1-, ,. ■ -dean thus enreb-parti«— county brougt.t bi» »*»« to town to-ila' to let ue
' -lv lugli. I industry, an-l s-' in 1875. an atribiguoi-.s
th«-'x*'eu-Moi
! :■ Hoseb-ira l*nd <>.*ii-,-
r o i.mi, ru.il tn el;ow t.r what Cutí ut I B«in-- . .
-
a g-ro-1 .phrase was Inserted in the law, w .rd-d
Ser- ral dne
* ai in my hands for isil»
tli*-e 1ml done for him Tin« is t»«-va«« r«f«,re*l
■
■
: by thore who in-«?.ted it to really in-
to in our lett- r to you someUm- eiuoo. ro look ■ ‘* - , , y. .- r
PROMPT
• Af»'-: TO tLL LKn EllH at the la*y now -tn- would rri-i««*« that iban- ha« ’ ,-oo.
t«e ti-- rare
■-• *J.
f»r-<-tuyy *
’C-j^v-withrba
’-T.—
‘
never bven
»he n ;,«r wiUi l.iyi *"- -n li r I1 ’
s> with_th«*>-r.
—
I*
-. U< '.
O*..
» - .--- j H
I
- w **"*'
s horMWHi. mcFn*» what hi* ron ’ ■»
■^utPei RapaNirenaacr»«»« •*«« l«»r»r."»»
r. -, ir wt ■ --.Jr«. <rr (41Sv,.
......... t
'-ii'.-i fate t--s.yalx.oi s '*"-■'• t-
f
Banker; to
I-.
-o tei.
hedictaiHl.
ri ll 1 ,-IlOUgll . .i
____
.
^Üa-li- ionr -bii-! *o imy iTot^Jin^ in tile United Stales ; nry have been, and the old rule
rate was
nfdieial rt.«tnct, an-i to any bn«in«»« I ou«e ir the matter-wrote it ju*r as !..
W • an» selling qait»* a quantity of thb (’uticura i-ee. 1 he»c biuiia-s -re ab-rut tweivc b--t than it-io 8 in England, anti that the ’
Jacksonville
SILAS J. V AY-
■ continued. But
~
on the legislation of
Kejnedies and ! e.*r nothing but prai.■«*»» for them.
inch- »-
« .....................
-i.fferencc in wages is pure profit to tiie 1
: 1875 certMn Welshmen (note the fact
We r* s'-’.rtl the ('uticura R»miedx«* the lie»*« in the long, eighteen ineiice - wide and ten inch*
ruarkut, and rhnl1 •’*» all u* can to pro not*- their deep, and sto|»e downward
gentle American
_____________
_ Fortunately,
____ I that they weie Welshmen and not Amcr-
nward at a gentie
wor
kinsmen.
JACKSON VI I. I,I
sale. Y<;'irb tiuiy. 81'LVh Ns A BRUNNER,
angle, The four sluices were jnin- d to- the workingman has only to lo»k around ; ¡cans) put capital in the three establish-
Druggists and Pharmacists.
getiicr. quicksilver placed in the bottom, him to discover bow false the cry. Ail j metits in I’enn-ylvania and Ohio to make
( uticura■ the great skin cure, and (’uticura and a snip of canvass spread at th»' eti-l that is necessary is to oj-en his eyesand ' tin plate«. The enterprises came to
Sonp prepared iioin it, «•xtorimlly, and ( uticura tc catch the tailings. Then we would
see who arn the beneficia»i»-s ol high pro­ grief, chiefly beeausothe proper metallic
Resolvent. Rhe new blood purifier, internal!/, are
a positive cure for every form of FRin and blood shovel in the gravel fiom the beach and tection. He sees that it is not tt-e fac­ tin coobl no« lie found in otir country,
diseas*, from pimpl»** to scrofula.
turn -n the water. The dross would be tory workman, but the factory lord that the ingredients ot the product being
Sold eveijwher»- Price, < uticura. 50c.; Soap, carried off by the water, and tiie quick­ gets rich, and that into Ins |>o(-ket (lows chiefly iron ore, coal, limestone ami tin
2* h - ; K»‘-.o!vri;t. f 1 Pi* pired by lb*- Potter Drug silver would collect the geld at tiie liut
tiie gains resulting bom protection Tor ore
and < h- mi al ( «».. B«»«-b*n, Mu***.
tom, There was a black sand mixed j proto« ’ion’s sake.
Th-- year 1 afore last w-.* inijort-'-l in
h* in! *<»r '’How to Cire bkiii Di»»va^PB,” A4 j»a-
with tiie gold wuieh was a- Leave
Another
ujoii the i va'm- j-i-t $16.-883,813 of lheae tin plates,
■
kixktlier pajicr
n.iof r r*omrnenting
«
u’- s. e. i ilht<niiioB!« a*id hr.i teMiquonials.
the pti-eious nn-tal itself, an-l gave ns alle;e-t fact that American l-lankets air- and I lie customs taxes on these were
njR/H’LIS. bbirk liffl-, rod. rout!;, chntped son--* trouble, but we per-reveted.”
I clrea|-er and better than those that can ju«t $5,706.434, ill 'paid by the consum­
I lit! *! d oily i-kinr prev r n d 1 y < rti- ura H’iap.
“Vi'- Ii, at our iii i clean-up, when W • ,
! be
purchased abroad,
______________
.... : doleiul.y com; iains era.
evil*
i
t«
I
the
goi-1
from
tin-
-¡ui-o«,
we
General ( ’onGactor in
' -hat if the Mills bill it* p.i-ix- i ♦It»* L<wa -
There la-iug in 1888 au -mormons and
found that we had made *1«» a -I iy for ' factories, where the blatikftH aie malie, ' horrid surplus to l»e obliterated, tiie
eat it man ol us. Tins made us feel real would have io close. Th « is leal.v luu- ' Mills bill puts tin j-lat- s on the ir ■ !i-t.
» i.- tlj-' t
ii g hi " • ze. fjiepae.Ri.e’ Ze, th,* arid, good.
d»/-c.i,<'« ideal with the object of putting an en l to *■»,•
W'e got |22 all oui.- e f -r our dust ' trier than the Omaha
witerj diM barge*« tioni «h«- ey“« and none, th««
I* i i'i.‘ unfiam nution • x* *n ling to the throat* when in other localities miners v-er- girt- ■ that tariff increases wages «nd -iiminisii- j ! 750,000 of surplus taxes and releasing
ihe h welling of the mucoti*» lining, causing chok­ ting only *17, lieeause out gold As -o i e» tiie cost of clothing. In tbe r-amc of j from taxes the canning industries and
ing Hfi'-xtj«m*i «••■ugh. ringing noiHes m the lt»»ad pure. In tact, 1 never saw prettier gold. I common sense, il blankets - an ire manti- the farmers, artiaans and liou-*ek«tepera
• a<l splitting h-ad ar hen -h<»w familiar are thos*
njmptom** to thom-ai «!n who N«»ffer pel io«iicaJ j> We continued washing grave! f--r some faetureil in this country cheaper than using tin pan«, tin cans and tin pail«
from cold-in the h* ad or influenza and who time and were making money hand over they can in England what is t lie use of The rate of duty paid on them has been
ere living in iK?:«tn.niv <*f tho fact that a single fist. At night the tide would rise or a prohibitory tariff, an-l why don’t th-* about 33 per cent., but the Republican«
a;*;»1!«* nion of eaiifor«!’* Raifieal <'uref«»r( atarrh
waves would roll in. an-l wo wo old find Iowa manufacturers ser-d their goods in the lio-t«,- tried, not only to take tin
1 alt- ■■ <1 ma <irta,o*‘*us felief.
Prompt Attention given tonti Orders bj Mail.
Bui thi-treat me it in cuaea of simple (atarrh the excavations we had made the day abroad tocoinpete w ith the higher priced plate« out of the fre« list, but f<>
hlr
* v *- h but a f-oiit idea of u !»at thi* rem» «i>-will do liefote filled up again, so that we could and inferior article mad«by tbe Eng.i-h? .thr tf' ratr. On that effort was the tw >
in chrome forma, where th«* breathing in ob-
go
tight
on
digging
over
and
over
tn
the
An-l if the American article is sold cheap­ days’ débat».
Mru<* *-d by ci.okir g. putrid murou* ari uinula-
i k * i . the hearing «»ti- «'.» d, «•nie'.l and taatc gone, same place."
It was conceded that to-.lay not a tin
er than tiro
English one h--w; can :•
ha-’king cough graudunliy fantenmg iteelf upon
‘‘Finally we got it into our head» that -light reduction in tiie tariff close trie i plate is made in our country. It was
th» d* ‘»iiitat«<l f-yMem. I h«*n it im that th«» mar-
Olivm
iv<rp I rl
litM.
vl«»u-» curative poMer
.‘»anford’a Radical otir water supply was too small; that we factories, especially as wool, the raw sigttcil by Republicans I hat if congres»
(Ore in i:.i JOntn rtx-U in iii*tai taneou» and grat«»- were not making money fast enough, material, is to be p!ai-e<i on the fiee list , w-uil.r doulde the tax on English tin
1
1 fui relief Cure |>eg*i t« from the firnt applica­ an-l so we decided to send to 'Frisco for
j
It is obvious to any one but a fori or I la’ -. the i neri* .in tin ore miners, an !
tion
Iti*rai»id. radical, pvrmainmt, econoni-
re
an engine an-l pumping apparatus. We a fanatic that tbe cheapness of an article the Weis ;m-u coming hither, would ex-
- -1-, lu !>■ al < ur« -*-»:i«i«r.“ of or. bottle hail the money, an-l we sent for th ■ en­ depends upon the cost of tho raw mate­ I 1 jierinient and try to pro-luce the article,
II.-I
I'ur«. olio Lox of (-tnrrt>alH«il- gine. It came. We ha-1 a hard time rial an-l price of lalior, an-l when the and if they could i roduee it. and there
I-i.l-ro, ■ I lt.l-hler. hi I wrutiped ir
getting it wlti-re we wanted it. cur ving American manufacturer acknowledges w » h - no rnorotoly in the business here,
- ii.-bt-«-- aixl -I o - t I h
- for »1.-» .
more lumber on our bn k- and arrang­ that In* sells as ch-ap as hi» co up**!- tire prior would, iiy sn-1 by, lie r“dtn-»»l
A < 1.» uu,-i-i *’o , Bi*»o.u.
ing everything to -uit ns. 11 it ut last, . itor he admits tiiat he ha« su-'cee-h-i by Anroii- in com|s*tition.
But, in tl.e
one night, we left it all ready for l-egin- in grin-ling down his etiqiloyes to E -r- — ! mean tim--. the price of tin carts, pails
nit-g work tire next morning. W ■ went
' r
] h « -;»
u wages, . for his raw materia! is ad- an-l pans would be doubled for all our
-
....
| to sleep thinking how we
I
. . AVe I'espCCtfully invit * consumers, the surplus tax would »e* en-
would make I mittedly dearer.
I tin- gold fly from then mt an-i spending the attention of the high protection o - larged, and, w-h-n th- industry here was
out fortunes we w.-te to make.”
IgatiHwho prattle ah uit the <• mipa-at ve weil under way. if ever,the protected tin­
In-*anfly relieved by the (uticara
"Morning came, an-l we went -low ii i ! cheapness
cheapness ol
ol clothing in the United plate makers in 1‘eiinsylvania and Ohio
liiti-l'aiu I’laxtpr. a new. tr.o.-t agrt-o-
to
the
shore.
Well,
sir,
tin
re
wasn't
a
I ' states
to this pr-i|-o»i*ion. would themselves levy an-i collect from
Athl*-. inMantaneti’iN nixi infallible
-tales and
arid Europe
E
P uii-kil'ing i■ a- er, especially Hdupt- -1—m thing to I-i- seen of our engine
or I .
_
Of course clothing is not ctiea| er in I consumer» an-l put in their own rockets
«•»i :■» iflicAt» beumie i’aint* and weak’
7’
a board, not a -cr »p ol : the United States than it is in England, the increase above the uric-- tor which
! •■s.-* -. Wurrant* *i vastly »-upenor to sluice«! Not
, i< - tt>d th»» inoy-t perfect Antidote iron—r- -thing! A high tide ha-1 risen l; an-l if it were it would simply give the Englishmen would sell and deliver here
u> Fain, l’-flariiini.uon and WeakucHN yet eotn- in the t-iglil an-l swept everything away. - l-e to the cry of foreign cheap lab >i and the tin plates. The Irons« decided that
¡»< nmil’Ml. \t all «lrajCKiNte. 25 cent* ; hv«»f«»r $1;
-
raw material, which i« tiie «tuck ■ the tin | late» should go on th“ fr“c list
i»r. I**»-Hi tre»-. «>f i'»»tt T Drue ai.d « 'heniical The oldest Indian in that part ot tl-e cheap
country said lie ha-1 never seen or hea -1 high protection argument. If raw ma­ to lower the pri-- ' of tinware to dairies,
('•».. B'»**tou.
of sucli a ti-le lieiore. We hadn't ev- n terial an-l labor are cheapei in Eur-ua* hour h'»l<ls au I laborers, instead of the
' - lean -I up the gold dust from tl-e sluices than in America, the price oi manufac­ tax being advanced to plea-e a doaen
| an-l as we had invested al! our money m tured goods is lionnd to be ci»ea|a»^ and would-b“ in -ru-twilist».
! tlu> engine an-l pumping apparatus, we if woolen gffMrt- art- «ol-l in America as
The most «triking incident, however,
i
AT BONANZA.
■ were in a nice fix. We not only l-i-t < h-aii as they w«* ■’» Enrol»*, then the of th-- debate is yet to Ire tol-l
It s-’etns
i
everything, but even bad to go to an­ American goods need no protection at that sheet-iron plates can tie or are
I
other place and work out I -, tiie -lay all, ex-—pt io foster monopoly. AA'e ho|»e largely used for m -’Ing. an-l that upotr
what we- wed out rrn-ti. It w..- p-et'y the Omaha HriuiLUcan an-l r-apers who I them I-.-- i-usioms tr.x r«-nowov»r 75 tier
are using the same argument see wh.-re cent. Think c-f it ! It was urged with
i’ti.Le». Ut? r\L 11/ i ll HS8URE8. I KU tough."
Kiri s \NI. FISn LAS IN ANO.
“After I got through workingout my their proposition leads them —At-zr.
. constrii nous z-al by Congressman Tay­
POLYPUS RE<T1. Err.
debt. I joined a party o( prospector-* go­
lor of Ohio that these tin plates could be
I 11 OXTMAN HU('< ESSOK TOJ^U-liXM-
ing into the Rogue rivet country. T.ie-e
Tin. failure of Thomas W. Hall A Co., just a» well and lietter used for roofing,
•I. ik*-r A < i». •*! 3.» h z » Klan th con ty. Or.
wen twenty-eight of us all told, an-l -a-- the w ll-known Chicago wool deaUra. is and w- ui-l b - clreaper. an-l uu injure the
I lui.-« piirclin-trtl a l irg*» ar *1 lHM-rla-* -t<*'-- <*f |
__ sheet-bun
bn- iness
At the end of Mr.
wen-fitted our in good shape, will, tim- of course awnbed to the free wool agi
g ..«1-s v bici, urc L--w <«i. :!-• whv fr »ni l’-irtl-i I
­
r : i *I v» i!I be f*»l«i C ’.tcHp for < .i -' . l'v 'ry ■ •! i-
... Congr*«M;
............ .....................
-"is
hotses, blankets, arms, etc.
tation in
but this charge
i ■ Taylor’s frantic urgency fur more taxes
inviteii io cali and «•xamiuf c » - !■» a.'*i pii *- i>-
hardlv
supportêil
by
the
statement
of
/
,n
•>»
plaies
came
ihis'colhs.nv :
“We get into a region when- Here
fori» purehabit 2 « h * wti'*r-‘. You ran a wajt* filai
unfortunate'
_______ j
Mr.
Mr. Rayner
Rayner
—
—
Will
Will the
the grii'
gm* .-man
.-manal-
al-
were a number of ranches, and eamp.--i M-. Ball, attorney fur the ____
ou hand a full line <»f
. - !._.
-----------
li.-ns
ha* "
! l°
w me --------------------------------------------------
to a«k him a qn*ati<m, now > - he
burg» or.Oculi-t ;.i'd Ai’riM and proprietor >ftbe one night on the l-ank of tl-e Rogue riv­ tirm. to the effect’that ‘ ‘ ‘th* !.
Sabitarinm ?< H". * ar and N >rvous Diseases, er. I heard tlieie was to Ire i -lane«* at
been havinga hard time to ‘•-iie *t cur­ has finishe-l ?
Portland. Or. I.,ts
appointed Rgnnt and
Mr .1- «ejih 1». Taylor—Certainly
phya’.ct.u'i for thia system for Oregon, and has in one of the tan -he« and cante-i to go. rent obt gat ions foi thre-or f- ury-ai«"
M . I’.ivne-—Are ven a member <>f the
t wo in»>i»th* m »ie a number of cur »•» of can >. in When 1 was young 1 d o-urcr-l -m et: an , . A» the agitation for free w - h -1 liegau ui-h
►otne of which, »»«ver. <»|»ernti»»na with the knife eat. any tune. S- ven --t us. six I--« 1- » ' l Clevi land's mes-age to c-mgo-s t th- Na'l-in:/ Iron Roofing A—-x-iation"
and everythin«? generally to be found ira tir-t- have*»?dy *t»ne harm.
Mr. Tayl. •—I «U|ipo-e I am.
ciafs Country Öt*»r“.
ll.-f**:f» by permi^nm to Mr. Jar. W. W*Mther- my se.f, made up our mi mis to take it in, 0|a*ning of the ,ne«nnt »«>»»->n ot eou-
JAS. MORTON. Manager.
Mr Ravi:-i—I si ,- the name of Col.
f<»rd, «iruggirt, w«d!-kn«>wn in Haiern; Mr. Frank an-l leaving our ■ ties tn cauip, so a- - * | grc«s, it could hardly la* the -*au»e of
Bonanza. April IS 1H88
iiardner. machiniat at car-ahops, and «»there.
to I h * encumlrei- >i with anythiug I- .t - m ! 1 dilli-'Ulties running hack ili-r - or four .1. 1». Tay'-ir of Cambri-tge, <• . as one of
Will meet patients at
side arms, we hoppe-i on our horses and years. In fact, wool has 1> en falling in the i x -entive committee of that associa­
J. FRALEY’S HOTEL, ASHLAND, Went to the dance. There was no tear­ price for twenty year«, an-l the business tion.
Mr. Tayh-r—1 was not at the meeting
ing me away from the dance until the of the w.»ol dealer was going from bad to
Every Second Sund«) in Esch Month,
last dog was hung, an-i of cours ■ we worse long before the recent attempt to which ai-TKiinte-I me a member ol the
rciw» for pamphlet on Kectal Diseases.
staved away all night. In tl-e nrornln.- r-'peal tiie inojieralfve tariff duties wl- di committee, Lut I nee I Uiia made a
DK. I. B PILKINCTOX. *
lVri“iv<* Uug’.d^r on the
Portland. Oregon.
we rode back to join our comrades. Ev- ha-1 failed so signally to itnpr- v<* or sus­ member.
side.]
Tbe
National
eiything seemed us usual until wo e irne tain the prices of domestic ms.I. <»w- Ilem'-cratie
in right of the spot whore wo had lett ing to tiie exclusion of foreign wools iron R-s'fing Associati >n i-w mere or-
DEALERS IN
the b >y«. alien a lionible sight gi ct.-t n- e-le-1 for mixing with Am-ri-w i fleeces gnnizatioi.-------
Mr. Rayne—So far 1 h.ire aake<l
ns "
■ n the mannfneture of fine gv- l« many
“They were all dead. T ey w.-re shot woolen mills ha-1 to shut <1 wii and oth­ nothing further
I have asked whether
X’dtirA’sown Remedy—
and mutilated in --very conieirabh- way ers worked only half time or
lew». yon are a member of the association?
and tin-Loire» w- n-stolen. We -. -.*. at Woolen inills can Is* found all through I have not a-ked any other question.
?dily re!’>*\e and parma-
Mr. Taylor—I say I am a member.
i .*ntlj
jtU the various di die til- i o'-ce tiiat it was the wo-k of Indians. tbe manufacturing district« of tho east
Mr. Rayne*—I- not the National Iron
We hastily warm-1 tin- few scattered that have been idle for years.
ti
i»ri*ing from a disordered cun
A promi­
diti<»n of the
ram hers, an-l after banding togeth- r we nent mill owner said recently that if any Roofing Association ill c-nntietition with
thi« industry, an-i ate you not here on
LIVER AND KIDNEYS ! built a sod fort. Fortunately the red« one would make a public offer to
left ns unmolertv-1 for three -lay s, and buy a woolen mill at 5d |s*r cent, of it« this fl-i-r defending . the |-rotection of
Tt in perfectly liHrmloHR and can we ha-1 time to get pretty well fortified, cost hc would h.»v<> mote replies than if your own inter- s’s’ ¡Applause and de­
be giv«»n*nthft mo-t dedicate woman
Be­ risive laughter on the Democratic wide.]
or child. For Mde by all druggists. i Resides we were all ol-l hands at the he had advertised for a bull pup
| business and undeistoo-1 how to tight tween 1870 and 188*», while the extrem-*
.Mr Tay! i —1 have a little stock in a
AE INVITE INSPECTION
*»>H.L. HKITSHl' A WOOPAlll»
I Indians hv experience. I said our hoi’s high wool tariff was in effect, 875 estab­ com,-any that uas represented there,
Wholesale Agents,
were all killed but the seven of us who lishments engage<l in the manufacture and I «as a|*i«>inti*-l on aouie committee.
rOKTLANI). OllEGON
After that Mr. Taylor of Ohio was as
went to the dance, but after wo built tl.e of woolen an-i felt goods disapi-eared
so-1 foil two more came in who had es- from the census returns an-i there was a silent as a stoiqied clock.
ca|<-d. They tol-l us liow the massacre decrease of over 2.41» sets of machinery.
€i.i:vi r a y/) r.xitoRHED.
took place ”
As the manufacturers were unable to get
Opp. Odd Fellows' Building.
‘‘Tliov ha-1 slept peacefully al! night, the foreign mixing wools the demand for
and ha-I got up early for breakfast, riot domestic fleece fell off, prices dropped,
R-sohrte A-embly No. 4370, Knight.«
dreaming of any danger, when just as an-l mills were shut down or run on of Libor, of Portland, Oregon, passed the
they were seated an-l r ating, dow n came short time. As foreign an-l domestic following, among other resolution, on
a band -if Indians upon them, firing into wools must b« used together in success­ August 1st :
llo—-Irrsl. That
will Ixdp to d-.f-a-r m, par-
them front all sides and taking them ful woolen manufacturing the exclusion
HlHWELli-KNOWN HOUSE. UNDER THE
ty who favor Chinoe ««migration to thia ooMt.
new management, will be conducted on the
completely by surprise. < »ur boys w i re of the one necessarily le««'*n“<i the de­
R»’ ho 1 vh 4, That it is the duty of every labor
be*t and mo-t popular plan*, no pain* hfng
knocked over like ninepins, for there mand for tho other an-l depressed the man or labor party in this order, or whatever or­
Hpar‘»d to give general Batjafnction. h «»ontairB
comfortable *l«»cping apartments siipph»\i with
were nearly *»00 Indans. On- of tho market. The depression, which basex- der that haw labor for it* motto, to keep the Chi-
n<*e from our door»«.
Mingle and double b»>d», in iking t. a d.“iirabl»»
men who escajied wa« sitting on the teuded to every branch of the wool busi­
Iteaolved, That hh the Labor party prefer cheap
place for the entertainment of both trav-der» and
bank of the river with a tin cut- of <-i-ff--e ness, liegan long la-fore the re^-ent organ­ food and clothes in preference to cheap whirky
tamiliea.
and
and thia assembly cannot vote for
raised to his lips when the In bans fin-I. ized attempt to get rid of the difficulty any tobacco,
party wht baa free whisky in its p!atfoirn;
A bullet struck bis tin cup. glanced an-i and secure free mixing wools for the therefore
Resolved, That thia assembly will work hard
■ -hippo-l a piece out of the bridge of his manufacturers.— Chicago Trihtixr.
Will always be*uppli«*«l with the host the market
for the election of Cleveland and Thurman next
affords, served in ftyte that will plraee tbe moat
r.ose, an-l he keeie-l over, backward, in­
November
a*» that labor may have a hearing and
faatidioue tan’e.
to the river, which he sw am an-l escaped
n<»t >>e tr<»d down by railroad king«*.
{’tF'Ratee eaaonubleand satisfaction guaran-
f.M4l<*,, Beu-arr
into the brush. You can see what little
‘
J.J. STHAIT. Prop.
Of th.-'f-
.-lieti- s which give tuthe face a
things sometimes save tn- n'a lives. It irhacttv fve*. ghoMly) wliiteiic,«
I h ETitlaH^fiun.
'ueb
I hail not gone to that ii:<m-e. doubtless jirejiara t ions c-intain lender soiue other
Wli it i« this *-rn-r> -us trouble
will-
I I sliotil-1 have been kill---!, nid it that equally injurious and dangerous sub . wliii-b
-.snv «e«i*i now to 8. rlHi«-t<-«t"
I fellow ha-1 not been drink o g eoffee, the stanci - ill*- n-e <d which, it tone ■■nitin- 11 von w • d r--i-.-mi« r .1 :• w \ea-i rg- flu
*e«i,le' i-ivimr tin- skin i tough wot 1 Malaria wa« comparatively niiaiiowit
'bullet Would h.-i.vo g me th-OU th his ni-,1 ,i
| skull. €luu other man got-11 with a •uni !« oln-ry n|>|.-ar»ni u. u tnunfi lv |-m i - to-dav it is as cointiioii •« any a «rd in
duce jmralysi* --t l!w nerves
lhisst.it.- the laigli'li language; yer th. wool cover
1
few slight wounds by jump.ng into the iio-nt i* no “bug a-boo.” tint facts, well- only til-- in«a*ii*;Z --f a-iotner wor-l u«ed In
! river, leaving nineteen -if our Isivs il- a I
>-□ Il i» will
known t- .'hi mists an-l phv*- iane. l>ased our tor« IritlM-rr in tint. » pus!
’
“The Indians -oon surrounded our so-1 on the'veil-known physiolo/i- al t lleets of nervrui»-lt««as<-». as tl-e> a-.d tiiSlaria ar-
niti-ridi-d io ■ --ver w hat our griuallaihrr-
W»» luive jimt received h full stoc < in •!««• ah«>ve ‘ fort, and we per jm - h -.I away at each o'l - sin h substances tvh-'se jiteM-nee in j*re|-ar-
TAM PERSONALLY A< QU AIM M> V. I TH tii
g<H*db, which w«* can m *11 choapvr than ; er for a long time without -I ing m t h ation* i -r the complexion are iiob-'ati-d by cali-*d IriltoUsnese. an-l »11 are cau«e*i I •
I many of th«* ni >«t desirable f.»riH* in J «« kx'D B».«y ar» sob! anywh*’r»‘ in »Muithern < ......... ».a* w»> I damage,
such
outward
sjrn«
ns
before
stated
If
troubles
that arts- - I run-a-Ii - a««.l con­
lin y would ride r>t< to a point
and J«»M‘plnn<‘ count!”
My m*-«licHl pra« Gi-t» have but v»»ry f«»w oxjm * iim . m ». All kni !«*»f pro.
j just out of reach of -,ur rill-" an-i dare von would use an article which will at dition of the l-ivei,which in periormit-g it»
r«»q’.Hr*‘* m«* to ride through h «ir< uit of from on«' «iur« taken in exchinge an«i
once produci- natural activity and beauti­ function", tindrug it cannot disjto»« of tin
tofi’lny mil« « nml 1 will I»»» j.!** i
to «*p.rry with
, us to com-? Out. while we would shake ful < oinple.vion try Wisdom « Robertine, bile throng . tiie ordinary channels is com
my * wi*( t’ .'.m ttrni without ehurg • ; 11 who v
l
our
rista
at
them
and
curse
them
in
their
HIGHEST
MARKET
PRICE
which js guaranteed under a forfeiture of pr-lled t-i pars it ofT tbrougti the system,
I
j to |Mir«>>-a«e lard. An\ per* m wishing a fru-t oi
[ in their own tongue. One -lav, I rc-
I agncultuuil farm, or auj perron having a farm allowt*«l forHiinie. Call ami m » c for yorsrlvAa.
to be absolutely free from all poi- causing nervous tr-iuhle«. Malaria, iiiliou-
I for <«!♦•• will «io well t«» call at mv office a.idar-
Pro­ Fever. etc
! member, three chiefs cam-- out in sight sonous nml injurious substances.
You who ate suffering cat­
JA( OHY BROS
ranaewithme M’ ohawre* ml h m I........
nounced
by- leading ladies of society and well appreciate a cure. We reeoniniet.tl
an-l ls*gan to jeer at us. One of our
the
stage
superior
to
anything
evet
pro
­
Green
’
»
August
Flower. Its cur«« are nmi-
1 already have 6M0acre* of inij.n v» «1 and rn
men ha-1 a globe-sight rifle that would
duced for beautifying an-l preserving the velons
improved land» for aale. ranging from $5 t«» K hi
shoot
1,000
yards
and
he
said
;
an Hemin price, and can auit all com- rs.
complexion.
“ ‘Keep talking to them boys, until I
Office at (’«ntral Point, Jacki-oti county. Or
C OM«»<»/*/«r» »»
C wrrW.
get loaded, an-l I'll see if 1 can't settle
lh
th" ¡tiijht hid".
T-- Tur. Eim-ik: Pl«,«e ii.forui \-
K px < M-r«i»m l»oginr on Monday, the 17th of ! one of them.' ’’
T-. In-Ip the right “i<ie 1» n«’t only «<>m- rvadersthat I liav.-a i«,»it:ve rvniedy for * -
BeptnmlM-r, IR sm .
“When ho was ready he t-jr-k careful
above-namvd <h»«-a»,
Bv ita tinielv -.*
Free wholarships from every county in the aim and fired. One of them tumbled ni'-ti-lable in a general jxiint of view, hut i*
iui!ic'-m- ,1’iii i-rii-ii nt when that help I- en- th<>u««n-l» -•( boi ■->,» < al-e» Imvr I hm «! i | *■«
State. App’y to your county superintendent.
b or courMORt ('lMsical. Scientific, Literary, , over. The other two wore duiirl-foilnd- listeil in U hall of the right --ide of the Inwiy. niunvtilly < ur<-<1. I «Lall I h - gla-l lo
OF ASHLAND,
Q.,
and a -hurt Enclish course in which then» is no - ed and retired farther back. Our man ju-t o,er the lower rib« in the region <-f tbv tw<> botile» of luy renici, irvi- to «n ■
Latin Greek. French or German. Th*,English ‘ loa-led up again and popjs--l another one liver. The nioit efficient h<lp i- afforded by y-mr r,‘»-1er» aIx, liavecon.nmption il ’ - -
ÎH pr»»-eminentb a Hu*iness Course. F*»r cata-
when the third took to his he -Is and got llo-tvttei - Stomu- h Hitter«, an anti-biliou, will M-n-i me tln-ir ,-\; r«»« and |><>»tol >- ■
1- unes or other information nddresA
Keapectlully.
medicine of incomparable efficacy. I naction a-ldre»«
J.W. JOHNSON. President
out of sight."
A.Slocun». M. «'., 1SI l'curl »t:c-t
of the liver i« m-compani, d by con* ti pat ion.
are now prepared to furniah the hest of mnaic
‘‘Troops camo to our ai l in time, an 1
«ick head.i- he. furred tongue, naii'ea. <»■< .1- New York.
for public or private I’a*ties. Balls, Pic it h . A c ,
the Indians retreated. We organized a rt'-nal vertigo, an unpleasant breath, yel­
at any point on the coast.
The BUYEHS’GUIDElx
An Ahnlutt Cnn.
hand of thirty-five frontiersmen, arid I lowness of the skin an-l ball of the eye. The
All the new popular music n* played by thi*
issued March and Bept.,
TbeOriginal Abietine Ointment is -•■ •
can tell yon t- at wo were never very far author of these «vmpt-.ni«. liv.-r complaint,
each year. It is an ency­ t
Having employed a large number of muaicianb
from those Indians. We captured pa­ root- <1 bv the Bitter« i« nccoiij|i.inied by put up hi large tao-oiince tin boxes, an-l ■
we are able to furnish any number of bands.
clopedia of useful infor­
Fever an-l ague, which an abaohitc cure for old tores, burn,
pooses and -ipraws, and of course the them in it- flight
Any inatramenta or a caller furnished toother
mation for all who pur­
hands. All ordera by mail or telegraph prompt,
troops helped us. but we kept pegging always involves the liver, dysj-epsia. rheu- wound«, chapped bands, and all skin
chase the luxuries or the
lv atteudeti to. Terms a*!wa.va r»*n*«onnt»b». Ad-
niaii-tn. debility and kidney trie Ues are eruptions. Wilt positively cure all kin-b
necessities of lite. Wo
away, until—well, anyway. I never
PROF. GAN IA RD.
all maladies to the early relief ami final of piles. A»k lor the Original Abietine
can clothe you and furnish you
with
Ashland. Or
heard
of hut fifteen of those (k*0 Indians cure of which this «tan-lard medicine is Ointment. Sold bv all druggis t at 25 cts
all tho nooensary nhd unnecesnary
getting hack on their reservation alive.— adapted. Don't lice it by file an-l »tarts, fier box —by mail :M5 cents.
appliances to ride, walk, dance, sleep,
Clrrrfoio! f'bwii<trajrr.
but systemati- ally, that it« full effect may
cat, fish, hunt, work, go to church,
re-tilt in a |-cric< t re»toralion <-f h- altli
or stay at home, and in various sizes,
A FRICHTFUL SKIN DISEASE.
SITg/ve J« DAV
5
Etoryon® Should G<> and H ♦* tt*«»
Wtn. IUy;C!ork. M Uull-.r.Hb.r.ff. J.U Bird-
' r,,,w sr.,.w.
- w w
,
•ey: Trtw»»»ar«r. R Ii. Moore; Asm»»wur. J. M. j
Clablen»; School »SiiperintendftDt. H Mitchfi';i
Hiirveyur» J- N IL»w»r«l; Coroner. K. Pryce; i
Stock inspector. W. F. Hunger.
J« WEPHl N K OOC NTV.
J«nnt Senator, W. Kt. < lair: Rppreeentative, C. ,
J. Howard; t'ounty Judge, V. Colvig; Commit- !
oionere, J. Hun^eth. P. Hansen: Clerk,
K. '
Chaa-’lor; Si yri-f. T G. P t‘f»n»o:r. rroaanrer. J. A. .
Jennings: A^etior, P. C. Ream; School H’jper- '
I
intendant. W A. M h --» »«;Surveyor, W. N. S uud - !
«j re; Coroner, Dr. Flanagan.
/ «
,«^»-«-n
«i.twiru i-oc.vTx.
Juito Ser .tor, C. K. €•»■*» well <»f Irtk*, Rap-,
. e. S I*. H*»sri of Like; (’>unty Judge, '
CROCKERY, ETC.
W. S M«»«te; Coroniiatiiourr», W. C. Crawford 1
L. B. K«wt»»r;Clerk, A. L*. L-*avitt:Sheriff. M. D. i
Chihier«; t’reoMuror. • h»«» Gr»«v*w A m »**«-r
J....U Smart; School Super*nteadent. P. L. Fave- I ______________
Hr?xomber, th**«••' ______
g u*U ar«$ __________
n- w and bought
unit since
je-r -i
H-wvl
*»-l-*r*
-14 J _.
ta*u. Surveyor. J. B Grith’b; Corine.-. J ?-•*-*
*
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
î ? I
? -? ?
and job work
O
il^.<niiv<ltb«von«aMMorcp««h,WmkU.n<...,-«»im«.
indu.-«l--n. Inward l-xln». ExlMuwUon. InvWu.hta for
W-.»-:iuMJnu,
l-mwl. Wc»kn«w,
.nd .11 t»u.« .4 a to-
It J .♦* *. rtiMU g ni, reniruo
«■
.
order*
onler, oí
ut the
th. Konmcti
UunMcb and
*nd Bowwla.
Bo»vl«. too-
too. at
»t La
Vi ugglMn.
ux^irtu
HINDBRCORNS.
styles and quantities. Just figure rut
what is required to do all these things
COMFORTH8LT. »nd XO“ c*n make a lair
estimate of tho value of tbe BUYEBB'
GUIDE, which will be eent upon
receipt of 10 cents to pay postage.
*V-C . , r\\ v wouto enjoy your dinner
F cvcmah , Itchy, Scaly, Skin Tartarcs.
•J
and are prevented by Dys­
The simple application of R wm > u *> Ointment,
pepsia. uso Asker's Dy-pep-i* Tablets. without
any intern*! inMicln**. will enr^ary
They axo a p- ji’ to cure f- >r Dysperude, In- re»-« of T«’»ter.
RUeum, tn gwomi, Pih-»,
• Itob. Ron*?. Piauh*. Fr-Z’Ufcv gll S^aly. Jtcby,
dip-bf.vn, I'.
: Af
I «'vu.o
1
7°
nagnve
hn*
or Leg
I We guaraaus)' lUua.
54 end fiO contd.
I
at City Dru? Store.
1• •deceive xnd coet» but a
te warrantM, is In'cau^a it It the best
Blood Prv’.'p.rat'.^n bl own.
It will poe.-
tivcly cure all I'I- km I 1
purifies tbo
whole ft 'er:,' i! t’e
u; 1. /Vuielwy» tk
OOQS^tuiUa.
LcUMia'iA..-,'«o frAuiinlM K.
foi Mis st City Drag Store.