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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 16, 1888)
L ikl 'T inaxt O'N eal an-1 party con
tinue toexjier uient with the heliograph
'•f *: . !■ t;-i7 tor Jari.u:t, iev-pntur a lukr I signal« fiom Mount Hood to Portland,
I and are confident of ultimate eucceM.
P ortland has shipped h«r Chinese
Al’GVST 1«, 1*«8
r 41’ KSDAY
I leper* hack to China. San Francisco is
I somewhat stirred up over the statement
; th it there .1:.. 900 ’. p'-is m then Cluna-
DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL TICKET.
Tux advance in the price of iron since
the passage of the Mills bill is one of
those little facte that, do not run with
the Hepablican rule that tax reduction
means destruction to industries.
1« a difference of two cents a hundred
inthe marketprice of grain of any impor
tance to farmers? The abolition of lb?
duty on bags would mean that mix*1
more in the farmer's net rttturns.
T hose high tariff organs who f-y;
great disapproval of the course oi R *
Q Mills in Ilia Texas congressiony1
trict wil) derive little comfo.t ly
decision of Mr. Martin, a R
not to contest the district.
T he Republicans inav
a counterfeit and a r
analyaia we find tl>
classes, but not the m
government by the p‘
he fatal in the end.
Tun surplus profits of
Mills at Waterville, Me.,
year .outside of the customs
are said to amount to $1"
company expects to
broad looms ■"
k'l.A.'ÍATH COUNTY ITEMS.
JOSEPHINE COUNTY ITEMS.
Farmers are busy and gathering lurge J
II alth ¡ : good everywhere.
There is etiuxiderablo litigution.
S. A. D. Moore ha« recovered from a
Jas. Croagof Tide lake still wants a
j protracted speli of sicknoes.
Tlie ex|X'nscs of tin- late term of circuit
We have be^'i having some warm
i court were small. Lucky Josep’iine.
Mrs. J. E Weidman has opened dress-
D J. Puree aiM datuhter have re
i making i-ailors in M ilson s building at
' Grant’s I’ass.
»oe llendr’x was in Jai'yutvllle tnis
E W. Riggs is now employ, d at Scott |
w»*ek on official Ini-in ■"...
A Co.’s mercantile ext.ibiishmont at '
Chas G irlane ,;I of Linkville is
1 Grant's Pass.
pav’ng Ea«t Portland,, a visit.
Mr. Stackpole of Williams creek was
J.T. Noel of 7 j3nkvil|e is «rent for in Jacksonville Tuesday with a load of
<Ju nish Bros. ' ’ e.: efirated pianos.
Pr^f W. T ./t'lpcner of- Link’de is
Circuit court adjourned last S1t.1r.lay,
-iski'ou enmity Gal.
alter being tn session a week. Nut a
'F 11 -t a jury case wa» tried.
I is too j
Ruby J. Rico has been rwpci.ited ad
ministratrix of,tbe e«'.c.'.^f l Kobt. E. I.
ile cat- Roberts, deceased.
• Monta 1
Tiig»•fountv’s share of the State school '
■»^li'id is $l,."i.'»7 75,which will soon h«i ap-
U Lj Wm. N.'Urath and D. W. 11 irdin ot i
Are rolling io. You can't escape them ; but yon wn
Ires nights, lo*s of appetite, and languid feeling that result from drain,
ing the nerrou* forte by muscular or
tu«it»l exertion in num.
mer’s torrid days. The
use of Paine’s Celery
Compound, that great
nervetonic.will at once
strengthen the nervous
syntem, and fortify it
against the attacks of
summer debility, Thi*
preparation is a medi
cine—not a drink. It is *
' scientific combination of
the best toni«x, giving lasting
| benefit to body and brain.
It cures all nervous disease»,
> and has brought new life
and health to thousands who«
weakened nerves were the
cause of their many ills. It is
especially valuable at this
season, when feeble persons are
*o liable to sunstroke, a
disease which is nearly always
fatal. Paine's Celery
( ompounil, by restoring perfect
health, almost entirely re
_ to this
moves the liability
disease. If you feel the effects of summer’s heat, you can't afford to
delay another day before gaining the vitality only obtained by tho
use of this great rrwlicine. Sold
Droggutg. ft.00. Sit for f5.00.
WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO.
GELEE ÌATED VICTOR M9WRS,
Conveyancing in all its Branches.
property , farms , vineyards
and Mining < Ialina Bought and 3old on Com-
INING PATENTS obtained at reasonable
M rates and with dispatch.
pHOMIT ATrF.NTION vivn to «Il burine««
1 connected with the Land Office.
Send for eight page paper, with m.uy testimonlabi.
Grant > Pass made Jackson county a
<»* bu-iness visit during the week.
TO THE PUBLIC.
LAND AT BEDROCK PRICES.
lidacri«« fenced and under cultivation and two
good spring*« on the place. This ih choice gram
ami fruit land and ik »ituated five mile» from
“ I pt*i
Deputy Sheriff Morris took Frank
Thia body of land adjoin*« Jacksonville and is
. ; Allen to Salem a few days since, where
level, rich grain, fruit and vineyard land, and m
• ie pivot be will spend one vear in the peniten-
farced in five fields. There is <»n the place a dwell«
Of New York.
'tote at (iaty
ink- house, apruig-nou
Below we give you a few of th«' many tOMtitnonidls r »gardi’)g the true merit- oi our goods inK-nouhe.
outhuuaeM. and a good orchard Term?,
and refer you to men of this vicinity, whose verdict i«juM umi their judgment i« IwiweC on prac
FOB Tlt«.PRL»l»LNI i
iialf cash, and the balance uu two. three and five-
'«•oral pol-I HU1.,.t.e(;ed the firm of Scott, Jennings tical experience.
year pay melds.
ALLEN G. THURMAN
sen*» a ! '& Co. in the mercantile business at
oik Life. I I Grant's Pass.
Of Oto ..
acreH under cultivation anti fenced into five
FOB rgDilDKNIUl. HI.I.CTOB»:
Look out for the A. P. Hotaling Co.'s is our motto, and make just tho machinery that is best suited to the wants of the Farmer, ami the fruit land, anti 10 acieu in alfalfa There areun
t educing "dveitisetnent n- xt week. Their choice testimony of such men as we give y<»a is the beet evidence of »ncce«« we can produce. Our local ‘be place a large mid thrifty orchard twodwelling
W H. EFFINGEK ... .of Multnomah.
>' winter I 1 liquors can always be found at Ad. agents in this vicinity are
own h . two large harnK ami 5 12 of an irrigating
W. R BILYEU.............................of Linii.
Uch, carrying 310 inebea of water.
E. R SKIFWORTH.............. of Umatilla.
| Heluis'I'afk saloon
G. C. EDDINCS, ASHLAND, LAWTON A SON, MEDFORD. MACRUD-
Sime very flu« specimen* of fruit of
ER A. CO.,CENTkAL POINT, J. H. CRIFFIS, COLD HILL,
2>'acr »^ of unimproved land. 30 acre« of which
T hs Dem «»tic national committee
.uuiity is *•»,>.i'htl'erent
ir Itra-^iH lanti and t he bakince go«xi timber land,
We are in a pHition t.» give lowest P'’''1'’'1* b1.'' ' !* 1
-•***-»!lr you with a full line of our
have siasd upj Mr. Blaine's enUiusiasnS
all gtM<i fruit and grain land, with two living
• w»y «„ynarket. «Josephine gouuty ex-
.’4t*a. V gre- .4 >-*.
-vnO'r- I"- '»-unlusfrom Jacksonville.
f«»r Ifarriaun st4<! AfnrfcM». an<i have <•*»<»—
veld ill Pi uit calturv.
(,-.»rresp<»n,M'ij«'‘ ■ "** ■
(•nil before i>ur«’liii'ilii¿ «•l’*c*.vln're.
eluded to make a contest for the State I’oihaps there won't la» anv> champion ;
A telegraph .
ha« boon built b«;
Miss Millie Nichols of Douglas county,
A. II. MA EGIA , Ja«kriinville, <■>»•
colored pugilists after tlie Hull, judging tween Martin’s flouring mills and Bald
from the tales of the prowess of each ot ' win A Forbes’ stote in Linkville, which
fence, wifli raw d wellmg-houee and barn, and
the management of his mercantile inter
Tux teredo, the terror of wharfmen, the sluggers.
water for stuck. Bituatou one mile from Gold
E. SANDERSON SMITH
is quite a convenience.
ests at Grant’s Pass.
Also a full lino of repairs for any of our machintry.
wa » the c*u«e of the giving way of a
Tutt Dtmoerat says there is an old-
I). M OSBORNE A < <).. Portland, Oregon.
Win. Neurath's residence at Grant's
wheat warehouse on tlie Tacoma wharf line Wing in Albany, Eli Carter, who
T. E GODFREY, Special Agent.Jackson Co.
that lie will hold the regular public ex- Pass will be one of the nicest in Jose
on the 10th, which precipitated alsjut voted for Giamipa Harrison in 1340, who ,
Unimproved; well watered, and firebclaaa
amination oi applicants for teacher.»' plum* euuutv when completed. IlyzerA
place to make u g<>od home.
MOO bushel* of wheat into tlie Sound.
declares that he will give Cleveland | I ceitifieates on August 20th.
Nickerson me ongag«*d in painting it.
Abhland. Ort’gon, July 1. 1H-««.
Ins ardent support. Ho says that while >
Charley 1 tzwater and Miss Maggie
W. H. M axwell , the murderer V>f William Henry was a g«x»d man, al
J. 11. Alilf, the eriteiprising butcher, D M OSBORNE A CO.. Portland. Or.
Unimproved, level, rich gras« and fruit land ;
D ear S tus -Wethe und«'r.'*igii’’d having lurch tr’-i your Mowers »t «1 Reap th , tak-» pleasure i:
Preller at St. Louis, was hanged last
is building a large add'tion to his meat recommending them to the public a* being lig'nt Graft, »' i-sy motion, well made, «nnple and durable; running water: title donation claim. A great
¡»randrons of pre»i lei.ts woul-i not nec I
'Mirguin . 7 miles ••Ubt of (’mitral Point.
ly. Their many friends wi.-li them market in Grant’» Bass. He will proba in fa« t they are just the machin<‘s for the farmer of Hoathcni Oregon. Sigued
Friday morning, Governor .Moorehouse essarily make goo 1 presidents.
heaps of happiness and prosperity.
having refused to longer respite him.
JOHN J. M UTil'tlY , No. 2 M<« w ». t H »«i No. iieaper
bly Use it tor pork-packing.
M. H C it LEMAN. N« i 6 Ci»nd»iiiud »Self-iiak** Keapcr und Mower.
W e have on our exchange list more I Dr. A. Franke iif Linkville accompa-
though Minister West a>ked lor still
A No. 1 farm. Ritur.t«d tw<* miles northeast of
A pleasant lawn party was held at the
J. P. WALKER. N< J> Mower
nie I Ward Douglas to Lakeview, having residence of Mis. N. P. Dodge of Grant’s
•ut building’«, orchard w«-«»d and water supply,
le«s than a dozen advocate a continu been appointed to aqt as medical exam
Co’.tr il Point, Oregon, July 16, Is-'**.
Pass last Friday evening, for the benefit D. M. OSBORNE A <’<)., Portland. Oregon:
•tc. lbdaert’R b*nr«*d and nearly all under culti
M h . B luse will not come to 111ÎH ance of the present tariff, while about iner for the New York Lit" Ins. Co.
of the Presbyterian church.
it is witii a great degree of pleasure that *I h > ii. 'ierbigxied add* his testimonial f«» the liet in favor vation, much of wli.ch lRRUbceptible to fruit cul-
ure. it m lilao w«Il *ituar<*d in a Ii *althful loca
c*'KAt in the intere»! of II irrieon and one bundled am! thirty five favor tariff
of your No. 11. Steel Frame Self-Binder. 1 urn now operating one of these maclnnet» on my ranch
Don't tail to call on Herrin, the expert
Cha«. Kremer arrived from New Sha near Central Point, and purchased said machine of your local igontH Magruder & Co. T<*> muci tion pchoo’ house near by and less than two SitUHted in tlie Famous ‘•Rugiu- River X all«'}.
M orlon. He intimates that if Califor reform. This is a fair index to the sen photographer, soon, as hi« stay will not
ron, Iowa, a few days since. He is a cannot be said in it» favor, for it certainly does far better work than any of your representative mile»from a ¡ailroad d» pot.
nia is uot safely Republican that it will timeiit of orgamz.-d lal«»r on the tariff belong
His work gives general satis nephew oi Dr. Kremer of «.¡rant's Pass have stated that it would do. Being light draft, simple in construction, ea-ily managed anti 4oev
be Useless to continue the fight. Then, issue.— /ndi'inapolit Luhor Signal.
its work perfectly, 1 concede it far sujMTior to the hea<i««r in every re.-puct, ami with your improv««« S<0 per acre.
far ion and his prices are rnoderato.
too, there isn’t enough of him to go
Thia splendid tract of Lind is all fenced and 3(H)
Tut river and harbor bill become« a
mg now iu use. You are welcome io refer to me nt any tune, as to my entire satisfaction. Signed
Ki im itli ccunty's portion of the state j store,
M’lea are under cultivation. It ih rituatud in the
’round, and he is so badly needed else- law without the I'lesident’s signature.
HIED. T DOWNING.
BELT on the west hide of Rogue river
i i.ia n
vaiiey. l‘i miles west of a R. R. depot and 3‘»
No memorandum is written, but tlie is ■fstiTi tit», or $1 25 |»'r capita. Super-
Rrowasboro.Oregon, July 14, 1S«8.
ist, who is now employed in the S 1‘. R.
ofttiocounty seat. The tv ii is free, State
1'ie'ideiit slated that while it contained intuii lent Fountain * ill noon apportion ¡» ’ (/<».’« machine shops
Rrs*.’-Hf>s Wear.*r.r’i in agri culture timber. U-i: th .» <1
ich, black loam, all first quality of fruit m <i
T he Portland Flouring Mills Com items to which he couhl not sign his ap
D ear S irs -The No. 11 Stool b rnui«’ H<«l f-Bi:- a L t . pure'n.p«“«! of your ’get t- tn I*"«?, ba« given in*
' j ,(.*--i7di«.ti*
•rain hud. The place has a h »UKe. larg.» ban can produce a’1 that m ti....... *>nry f*>r man m;d L-aU. Lruit .«■ «
pany—Ladd A Tilton—will establish proval, the great bulk of tlie work provi
entire cattHfaction in every particular, and I .m nn»ro tl an glad t<» »tate that it i«» th<« rno»t labor
‘ ‘ . ............ “
ti’d tirst-clasM fences on it
A gn at l>arguin and thegieat imiustri'of this >outh-rii co'irDU. *t’ W’ ’ -• H
or-aaving machine 1 have ever Lad on my ranch. It iwHimph’. Hrong and durable, and in my ebti
Dosenlierry’s mills at K>mo are man- in Grant's l’as* a visit.
fl Hiring mills of 1000 barrels ts-r da> ded for is so important to the best inter
will be open for only thirty days.
capacity at Tacoma, and will put on a ests of tlie country that he was unwilling iiiiictu-ing a superior article of lumber,
P. McKinney, the affable landlord of nor to either tho header or r«ai»t»r. Y *u nr»« welcome to ref* r anyone conti-inplatir.g the purchase o!
i.- « •'" <•-
‘JOO acre®. mat«-; all the Cfreai* ai'd gra-b'* imi.g»'U<»u-to tto-*• . I
winch find« a re.idv s ilo. Fifteen thoil- Simpkins' hotel at Grant's Pass,is build a machine to me. as 1 will take pjra.-rar»» in «howng them the working of my machine, now in op* r J23OO
line of steamers between Tacoma, Sun
r' ,jl , u„-r
.Mostly fenced in grain LehD, meadow, pasture, p.'rfect'onaii'lri'ainar.z-an.id.vor • ; -al
to obstruct it by a Veto.
•an I f et were shipped to Linkville one ing a goo<l business and giving general atiun on my ranch near Brownsboro. I wish to st «t that your a r nta Lav«* »••»vor made a statement »rchard and gunitniaii rich, black, alluvial almonds, fig», prunes, apricot«, pear«. « .»crn»’»*, wnli ut«. i •- * ■■ . j J ira .
Fian.-isco and China to market the pro
»oil; about i uctcm of plow land ; three bprings
Jt’DuE C. II. K ri m , a lifelong Repub day lat-dy.
duct, together with the 25*0 barrels )>er
satisfaction. He furnishes the best of
Your» Very Truly,
IL R. BROWN.
■f pur« wat»*r ; »-Uoant Mowingt!trough th« place ;
day now turned out by their mills at lican lawyer and jurist of St. Louis, pro
Thus. Pratt of Barnes valley has gone meals and lodgings ut reasonable rates.
• r.’h’tid best variety of fruit ; large.commodious
nounces the Chicago tar'll plank “the to Big Meadow«. Plum is county, Cal.,
t...• ».f J «•.»> in ti»«
Portland, Salam and other points.
Hutchins A llall, who have been con
juilding». No better loc.ition for stock ranch
most atrocious party utterance winch has in resp mse to a telegram informing him ducting Itio C'linme. cial »aloon nt Grant's
Wtru California and Oregon produc been made in the I.¡story of American of tie- murder of Ids brother. He lost Pa-s, have dissolved partnership, Wm.
• ■«•n miles from railroad depot
nisi"--»" ui'-z' '.n-nhl'- « i|-l-l> "f »•'" « t'"wr
*>." «"/';■■ » > ne irai
r* m L,< « ” <’f
ing an extra quality ot wool and of Wool liolilics. Its sole tmrpose is to maintain his fath 'r a few weeks ago.
I. «noi s: '•"> " K.'b'J'-rn Ot-«•' t 1
I Barker succeeding II. T. Hutchins. Torn
A fine farm near Eagle Point. Or., all fenced, 1«|<| »qunr<. mil"», <>r I T'J,
en g »ode in <1 maniIt abroad at extra high law.« which the nece-sities of actual war
lli! c it nid it ►
J. H. Colah.in talks about moving his I Blue lias been acting as bai keep*r there
i.•>> a<*r«R in cultivatii ’i. excellent house, g«K»d bly ritiiri <1 l»»i■ ■
prices, tins United St ites exports less created, but which now, by so-called mill to B ild butte. I>et>re<tn Dairy and
Nun ai «1 other < nt build in<»t lift fruit trees. No not lik<-ly tl.ai it. «"i r' n.s'>
. , ,
' for a short time.
than naif a million dollars' worth of protection, benefit less than three mill Sprague river valley, says the Stir
i mili-Mte. good well, living epnngs. stream of
Dr J. C. Boyd of Grant's 1’ iss an
A lter flowing through ami a syntein of irrigating ( o. )<»est»d here, broom factory, ma * h * - i - •■n‘* r* ui «1 *•
woolen goods, while England, with free ions of people, who happen to be its fa llis mill is not running now. having u
litche« by means of winch 5o acres of land may here. Then with a biK’EU ei-na’-
I nounces througil the Orsjoui'in that 11"
»1 » .’x
u ’ --v.* •* k - d *
wool, exports $150,000,000 woith. Tins vored recipients, only at to « expense oi
»« irrigated Excellent bargain. lennR cash.
and w mt a national bank and a big b*tel ; t"!' «■'•iln
i* - 1,. . , •
goodly supply ot lumlier on hand.
I lias ♦It*)')’o bet that Harrison will be
•hows that our wool tai.If has been not over fifty-two million«." lie will vote
and start your bu*i nei ». We n* ««i t»ti»r> *> <-f all »■ imts ;■.*• t . .
Whether this is business or
Ja« Nail, who arrived in Barnes val- elected
• a T"" I h »v ■ Gr*»:.t Bargain* to oil a - and it mannfatiurer.v».' can ofl.rtoycra -phi.did.pi-rtui r -•■■»*! u*-4.i
only a tax on American I »nor but a pro for Cleveland.
p, e à-n'H a
leva short time since with’.is baml of. bluster will soon be seen, as th re are
a ill P «> y« hi to keep a ’o«*f» watch
th - »pace eh«*-'¡ii *1 but', r Ptetory. tannery woolen !aet.»iy. etc N» a * i-’
tection to English woolen mr.nnfa<:tur-
’ ”r; . »
:’<«r t. <■ ti»*x: -ix ipi'iilit** for Special Bargains. 1: mgli r- Tin-sptng pt.<yof|’..Ieri> en -ute t.» »,.- . *».
T he following old patriarchs of Clack horses, will plac ■ them in charge of his I plenty of men eager to accept such prop
land ft« -n .y-* an a-r.- up. 1 tuit in fmimh I witlemt img • n ar . • • ’ .»D,r » *. *--»
amas rode in the recent Democratic bi'tiler»,Charic-and William. He will osition*«.
excel!» d Huel. filli» l.uxl« oe we are sellilig at yll't..; ■ :
•* • — •
•• • .*«ta...
i'.d I * ill do my »»ent for you.
lT"C«--sion 11 the raising of the Cleve visit his parents in Josephine county >«• I
Harry Chansse. who is employed in
Uxo. B. M arkle Jr., paid $2«h)0 lari
nd. < n ii' t »>•• '
. f f;
W’r have ttie choicest City pro|».rt!
«it! - .arg« ’
land and Thurman banner at Oregon
»il»: ut» uactR of fruit ’-rd
the S. 1' D. A L. Co.’s factory st Grant's
week for a special train over the Oregon cuv. They voted against Win. Henry fore long.
l)0o acre« in Josephine. Dongia» ami-lackhon counties. Choice ti
HENRY KLIPPI L.
Wm. Barrett of the Centri! d ib'es I’.i-s. had the little finger of his right
garden land adjoining the town of Grant’e Pa.»«.
Stiort Line and Union Pacific roads to
Harrison and they will vote against had one of liis thigh« sc. i u«ly injured
hand badly injured on» day last week
II (’ KKSttN.
convey himself his mother anil two
SEND FOR PAMPHLET
Ren: -C. H Mixmay, ag" 1’2 years ; Mr
sisters to Chicago, rrl route to the bed Darnell, age S5 years; »lolx-rt Cault’e d, bv or.e of the horses attach'd to th" Amputation was found necessary and
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Lak .view stage hitting him on the leg D 'ctors l iitnagri and Devore |>0iform"d
side oi his s ck father at H »zclton, Penn.
age 84 years; John Conviile. ag ■ 7S
S« rd to us for on« and the » am»’ of a : ■* eo.mit g ti ■ • '*
‘ * 1 •
Ths time made to Chicago was ju*l »ears; Richard Maher, age 7«> years; while he waa trying to stop the animal the operation succes-fuilv.
the* R gue River C«»uner.’ wt i Ii i-alwa..- intt r.t-tPg for strut «»- g « to « ••
whui; we a.»“*
sixty-three hours, the fastest trip on Jacob Cruder, ace 74 years; H my A fiom running away, we are «- rry to sav.
J. I. A-'» um and Mrs. Ruby Ric«1 a o
have a li*t of our properties.
Sii imita South of Grant’« l’aae. Joaephine
We t uy, !- 41 a I take <• c«»mir.
> >■’ y i r.»; ert • - i : < ■ • *»i
record, beating the Jarrett and Palmer Straight, age 74 years; Wm. Evans,
The building formerly u»ed as a court displaying a nice stock of groceries at
i» s vi’ may b*
All communi<‘atH»?i»*addre--.- l t«» u» will r»“.civ pr«»mpt M*c i *r- h*. 1 F.n • Court»*
excursion, Guv. Winteaker and Elijah
.svili H A < «IXE.! I .... 1 ' I .hr. < »ID.I-D-
able to extend Will be clnw’rfully glV’*a.
aged 72 years.
and commodious store house, which will tion of «»rant's l'.iss, and offering bar-
A NVMELt:«s corresjs» ndt nt in the be occupied by Judge Smith, tin* affable gains in every line. Mr. Y also sue-
Ii is officially announced that the' 1 Siatrtman says, in relation to E. O. proprietoi of the Red House. Messrs. < cs-fnily c irries on a shoemaker's shop
Oregon I’acitic railroad company wilt at N''«toll’s statement that be was present Cruii ksliank and Sears are doing the in th- rear p«»«ti >11 of the building
once resume the work of construction ’ when Harrison wax initiated into the work.
We ar«' inforincd that suit will soon be
Manufacturer and Dealer in
—THE l \ m > <»r Till.—
on its line eastward from Albany. It 1» I Knowiiuthing lodge, that Mr. Norton
N'> house «ulti care for them better; notte ttink«'; lower price
1 ii:-.'itnt«"l against the <>. A
R R. Co.
stated that construction will be actively 1
de . wi : a / < ' nu i . v / z /. vg .
; ov the rel.itiv« - • 1 R. I.. I.. Roberts, tor evet v artici«* guarHtitee<l as re|»resi :ite<l ; hundrcl« <*f or«lert«
la pfoch. coarwtirtR >>f
pushed during the summer and autumn, never was a member of that society.
\s will bo r< membered,
DHCOVERlEf? ! !
Th'' l>."U' ct.iti'- st.itecentral committee • .ung Rolieits wa« killed by an accident e«l nn«l dispatched daily ; letters of «atisfa"ti'iti alino.st without num
until the rainy season, and resumed ‘ , The writer says the denial 1» nr>t mad**
I ou Mr Harrtson’s statement but on the ; held a meeting at the Cleveland and
Atipie. Pear. Peach.
We intite comparison with any.
road is com-
. again in the spring. Tho
which occtiit.-d in t ovv creek valley la.-t her.
pleted to a point sixteen miles east of i won) of others, of course interest 'd. I Thurman headquarters, J'oitlaml, on win'er. Sandy Van Buren, anotlwr rail
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS'
Plum, Prune. Apricot,
' the 1st, Chairman A. Eu-h, presiding, road fireman, meeting his death at tin-
Albany, « bief Engin er Eekelaon is in
charge of the survey.
« very b«»t
, nothings, and they both belonged to the purpose of the meeting was to confer re
! same lodge.— Yolrttr.
garding ttie presidential campaign, and
T here is deep concern in England
August term adj »urn ■ 1 last Thursday,
j . tastl -
over the destruction of crops by rain
T here can be no doubt that this uppo- it was deci led to make a vigorous can- as also <li<l the petit jury. The former
.«, ) cold weather. Meetings of Ian l- I sition of labor men to Harrison i« well vuss. An executive committee, com transacted no business, but the lattei re
lords and tenants am being held to founded- llis course ou the Chinese prising ‘'."iiton Killin, A. Noltner and turned the following indictments; One Furnishing Goods, Notions, I runks and Batis, ( arpet- and Mattings,
consider the situation, and the conclu immigration and naturalization question C. B Bellinger, ot Poit'and, A. Bush of . each against Chas. Gentner ami Frank Tin, Glass and Japan Ware, Tobaccos, Etc.
sion readied is that English farm» is is quite consistent with his course to Salem, J. K Weatherford of Albany, Allen, for assault with a dangerous wea
must abandon wheat-raising ; that tlieir waid the laborers and railroad employes and .I. W. Skelton of I'nion, wa« ap pon ; one each against L. Louden, Win.
GRArE VINES. CLKhsKTS, ÛOOSEBER.
uncertain climate, coupled with foreign a few years ago. He was a railroad at- pointed to manage th.- campaign. Re Orr. Chas. Gentner, 1'. Altpeter, for
hies , blackbeieries . ieaspber .
competitors, renders it impos«ible to tornev at the time, an<i as such it was« cent developments h ive greatly em-our carry ng concealed weapons. The charge
Aiblrofis: (\ II. («ILM VN, Iù'<l House lr.t*lc I ni<*n*
RIES, STRAWBERRIES, FIGS.
make wheat pay as a crop This is perhap-only natuial tin»« U'should si le I i aged the lk'ims : acv of Oregon, the ac- I ag.iinst R. W. Jamieson was ignored.
good news to America.
with the railnxid companies against the 1,1
1 ,’,'r orgatezati
714 mid 7l«‘> J St., and 713 and 715 Oak Avenue, Sacramento. Cal.
An effort is being made to establish a
1 workingmen; but these men have never |dvnining ttie R p ib 1 in ¡d.it.o tn arid
Onr troMHre jcr.iwii withont irrigriion uu red
■ ill Unii, a- il all ,.f ki.-.wn varicii-« that »'jci'e.'.l H aving failfdtocix ) si :orr my bv
Tw.» Story Huililin^-.
Tm sena’«'«• unu tee on military af for-riven Ii in, nevertheless ; tiesides, it ij can l:d.»te being < S|«*« iaily stimulating, ^letter graxing section in southern Ore-
m bout hern Oregon.
mess in Jaek-oiivilb . as | 1 id winked t*» tl
clear I tut
o ’ ’ .j
to 1 as it was by th" assistance of the labor
Thore contemplriing fr. » piantili« will ,1,, wall 1 have conclmied to continue t * e «s'<m« «m ?«l.irg-o
fairs Iri ipi'horiz.«'«! Senator Stewart to I not
‘ gon than Josephine county, and farmers
than ever. 1 wa- in San I'rancmco re.- ?tly
i" bill providing for the ax-
r»*r price-list Address to uh at Murphy, J oh »». where I laid in <>•’,*• of the ! .’/
I state tp'k«.*t wa» el-cted two years ago. I ind'iiibtedly would increase the number
au.Hto* in an authentic form of all
Phine county. Oregon, or to R R. Jjtation of ail kind-<*f Firearuit», Ammunition. Cutlery.
Tint high tariff press is compelled to Then, too, the sa n*' amount of energy of then stock could they be assured a
Giant s Pass, Or.
Hardwme and Sporting Good». « v«*r bnnuLt !«»
Hu't icts connected with the claims of
record the fact that the wool market h is and wealth will riot 1.» squandered r.v
this market. Goods «<*ld at tic» lowest p «>.-ible
A. II. ( ARSON X «ON
California, Nev ila an I Oregon for mon not been
firm for many months. Be tlie Republicans as at the recent «lee- ; a ciearnery would afford. On the other
eys expended during the late war and in 1
I will guarantee tl««!» Goodsfo be just what
cause the Mills bill pas-H-rl and the in tion. Asa member <f ths committee
I represent th-m t*. I m «. B. n-g tl.ai kf’ul to mv
suppressing Imiian disturbances during
dustries oi our country »to “threatened exptessed it, "Wo don’t expect that that the product i f a well-conducted
customers f«*r their na-t patronag«* -«> lilg’ral.
the same peri«sl
This is an imjiortant
ly bestowed. 1 would r*>j*p«'tf>iU\ -«>!i< it a <M.n.
with lower taxation," the price of all the great intluenecs which were brought i-rcamery would tind a ready s^le at a
step towards securing tb«j payment of
JOHN Mil LER.
elips is advancing and orders are not to bear at the Juno election will be
AT CENTRAL POINT,
the so claims. California's claim is in j
The lltrald notes this heard of in November.” While tl.e
.w/ /»/ <»„«»
the neighborhood of $4.500,000; Neva-I
prompt adjnstnieut to the right *itli >]lemocracv < an hardly expe't to win in
da's, |4M,000; and Oregon's, over $300,- 1
sentiment« of pleasure. If American this state, it will no doulit ent down the
” is paying
manufacturers can buy u.itaxed wool ' Republican majority materially.
the Wclaiuette Valley .1 visit.
Where ih kept constantly on hand a complete and
th"v can buy more of it. lithe foreign
O r"c‘ fcr c 1
Ilev. .1. W. Mi lt-r wilt Ii >1 I r-ervici-s in
T he tai .ff question is giving brother wool with which thev mix the American
tiirt>( lass »tuck of
Lee.is an alsielit-min k I. ministerial ex-
fleeces can be obtain.-d without tax.
t he dead « alls are alive with cm us bl 1«
pression of eonntenanc *, that boles ill there will be mor" foreign wool bought ing for itself the title of til" partv of
MAKE SO MI-TAKE.
to someone. At «.rant’s I'.iss heab-ent- and more American fleece mixed. Cloth blunder« The strenuous effort» to cheer irid lb" l> >ys ar»1 -aving tlieir dimes and
■ .111 ,.<’!> for tin 31st.
By di.-jM'l ling th<* t'ympto'us so often mistaken
min.le.lly demolished a double allow ing all the wliih will be cheaper to the the drooping spirits of the party foie s
S o ft A»«ie ha« brought gh d-
Stoves, Tinware, Cutlery
ance at the ice-cream pulors, and when extent of a tax not n«‘'■led in tho treas by a magnificent ovate n to Blaine on I at th« best figure«, call on M. E. Beatty, at
n«*K~ to many h«»UM*h»»lds and by promptly bteak-
he proffered payment for the treat the
his arrival at New York had an unhap liis le.il-estale ollice, in .Medford.
cold that too often develop«
into tli'd f.i’nl ,1,.,'.^,* will y«*t «ay« thousand»
young la ly in attendance reverentially ury.
py t»rtnmat on bucuti«" the boom was
PA I NTs,
1-orsaie at a bargain—a cosy dwelling
You make no mi-tak»*
Till: August number oi the forum will pulled a coupltr of days too aeon and
responded. "We don't take pay from
wTi«*n I «. y ( :
r.Ti merely to by k«** p ta 1 h »; i ,* of this pleasant California
le-u-c not f ir from tlie center of the town
them tur n
min’steis, air." The erstwhile “inde- complete the filth volume; and du liiing aro'in 1 New York forty-eight tong, of Medford. For particulars enquire of R.
« lixve them ra- remedy always in the house
OILS or ATI KINDS, ■top
turn »vain. I -t-
!< AL CLK*.
p«-nitent” editor denied the soft impeacb- ring th«' two years and a half cover.- I weary boms waiting for Blaine's -ship T. Lawtoil, reat-r-laic ag' iit
1 hate made i
ment, but would have been glad to pas bv these volumes both side« of every to come in. before the hero appeared
,ev. F. s. Noel of Jacksonville iu aro
tor a preacher when th«conductor tack subject, of great public concern iiavc Everybody was in a bid humor and
• r place annmim es that he will receive
led him next «lay for hi« ticket, which he been treated in its pages bv leaders "f Blaine fe'i the evil influence of the hour I Or!- urdil .|u_'. _’>lh for tlie building of a
had absent mindedly left on the agent’s opinion. The list of contributors al and faller! to rise to tl.it oc.-Mion
His 1 Ciitlmlic eliur*'h at tins place.
À life long stclv. 1 1 v.-APR \NT my remedy to
desk at Giant's Pass, Hire a l.ig.i tariff ready contain« the names of more response to the ovation bad a ciiwstnut-
¡1. niocrais should h se no time in re-or
C ure the u »r-t •
cl rt bava
editor, and relieve you." conscience, than 250 of the foremost writer« in Eng ty flavoi that entirely failed to fire the 1 gam mg their club at this place and mak
ÍBllfdlSnO Tf .l«O!J Í
D -living a cure,
land. America ami France.
Beginning northern h-art. Then, too, a wealthy i ing a grand efl.irt to increase th- Denio-
Bend at one f r
da 1’RKl liOTTL«
of mv I nf m i ■ • i
with th« sixth volume a new feature will Pennsylvania manufacturer ha« 1.-m
1 i DY. (¡Ive Expie»»
My good» are now and of the best bran<h. and and j\«'t < •
you nothing lor a
SxsvroK l’ira K of Michigan decline« lie inlded to the E" ' ",i which is also •ending out thousands of win»’ Ue «'1| -
will be «olii at the
trial, a:.-! : I
Ev fiosed were copier of Mr. McKinlev'«
to stand for re election. Michigan i« new in <.itr je-riodical literature
P eau S t .NcwYoti V BY M^lk1
one of the states in which a political ery «.umber will contain a H _,n«'<l article I h'gli tariff speech, but which turns out
via tv he has "taken m" all tfie latest
‘ change may be looked for this fall, it of literary criticism, re» 1 •.• ing th" most to have been a speer h of a Democrat, styl* > >4 photographGive him a
Give me a call before going eleewhere.
¿ii ! ni!.
: ! 'E3L C Vo ROVILLE^G >
is a state which all the local organs de important rocen» books in tin» sever.i, Representative McMillan of Kentucky, Call
J. ( . SHERIDAN
departments of thought, ami ' .'oncerning the public lan.Is.
clared could not l>e carried for he Re great
K'v. F. Mcl.vaii will h"ld services at
publicans unless Alger were the nomi every writer will l»e arecogmz ■ 1 author
th- P. estiyterian i-li ircli In this plat e Sun
nee; and while they will now protest ity in his deparlin nt.
both mot nn.g mid evening, except
T he Republicans have bean waiting
th it they did not iu »an wh it th -v then
ing the third Sunday morning in each
T hat funny journal,
has a this long while for Blaine to come home i | month.
he only gi arkntei d cvre fol
declared, the fact remains that between
¡rrh. ( <>!<! in ti »• H«'ad Hay Fever, lume
campaign caitoon representing the raid and save th" party. Almost th“ir whole
Thi** popular remedy never fall«
’ * ■ ’ Cat..rrh il !>"•<<•« *--. i* id S*.r»» b y*-«. Re-
Prohibitionists and ¡.abolite«. Green of “European I'anper Lihor"rs on th" interest in the cmip.iign eo far has con
I. I. Angle is preparing to erect a tiue
to effectually cure
-.•*■-.» or t.t.-p* an«i Knud I; removes bad
v -mry r< sidetice on a iracloflatidre-
hackers and the regular iteniueracv, American Workingman’s B "ad an t trod 1:1 what Blame w ni l say at N v
taste atjl unph*,*- .nt hr.
resulting from Ca
< * .Uy bought from «’. Mingus
there is a decided upheaval in a «tate
i * « >w <11 r* «" i « >¡. s and a cure is wa r rant-
" But the point is turned sharp York. It was evidently thought that 1
, v will remove to Medf iril in the tall frou.
:'*Lvn"v J"!AHiniM MEDI« AL
regarded as under all possible circum
ly againgt its |>.irty by the lad that would electrify the world and fire tl
(. O.Mi a NY. On vilie, ( alifornia.
stances saeurely Republican. Palmer's
And all di<teu«e* nrising; from u
Republican legislation and protect'onist northern lieart as it lias not been fir»
Tlie county commi.--i nets will probabl-.
refusal to be considered as a candidate
Six month* treatment 81. Ej Mail.
contracts permitted and nromote.f for foryears. Well, Blaine has spoken a
author z -ihc building "f a bridgeaci e-
Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion.
for re-election may he accepted as sig
I5f-.ito-i k n- ar Mi'dlord This strui turi
twenty years tlie free influx of foreign reit-rated th*» stale statements of
The nntnrial result i*. ic . hh I uppe.
nificant of the unsettled prosj>ect in
-Ii "i I ite built, by alt means, as it is need
rwB"“ Plense give me a call before purchasing elsewhere, as I ant
laborers until the wages of miners and lesser co-partisans, st »foments that I
titeHii.l Milt.l flefth. I»os«- «■■■all.
SANTA ABIE AND CAT-R-CURE
I. f -| t i iailv during the winter.
eU‘K«ik«l> mik «» .-..Hte.l m,«fl I'tsy
som ■ other “protected” Workmen are : already degeimratcd into platitudes «► ■
epared to give lowest possible pric«- , and my goods are first-class.
For Sale by »dl Druggú
to «wallow- Sold everywhere.
’> Ii. Beatty, the wide-awake t' -il-e-ta
now relatively little it any higher here I fore he mi l.> u-.-. of them and his. 1
Horr. 'tin Low, i-x-M ivor of Br.»>k-
Correspondence respectfully solicited.
‘*Information for tho farm, llmioo-
T: i b« •njqdied by b* « 11, H *,
it, was in Jacksonville la.»t I'uesde
that: n: Englaml. Having got al) th" mirers <• 1 1 like they had s'keil ivr uu »1
\ hol‘l, H orkrhop amt sickroom” will bo
lyn. N. Y„ and th" mo“t brilliant leader
XX M. (J ATES, Central Point, Or.
foreign la«» u they want for sometime, and !•■ r, g ven a stale «‘gg. Blaii 0 is •i»' ..jiupanied by Mr. Wilde, first cuok
1 ornt frevon aj.plication.
tl.e Kmc*com tv Republican« ever had. the tariff chiefs ara now taking up. | now resting on the seashore, ar.rl his I 1 lie «¡rand Central Hotel. The latter»
1 over on peculiar business that wil. s 11
in tendering n s resignation as a mem
a here they think they van ¡....ke any-' admirers are waiting to see wliat will I come to the surface.
ber of the First Ward Republican Asso
thing out of it. the old Knownotliing , haiq>en when he gets rested,
'I In- Medford co: respondent of tlie ‘ ■d-
cry, ali i are calling for new lestrictions ■
----- - -- — . »
upon the upon immigration and citizenship. Hi SnxitseliMiiierBOcrntswIiot'.regreat- i rig. who made an insinuating com’ lent
' r- eiitiy concerning a res|fectatde la"y ot
('or. 7th anti B Street**,
at eon»is’» ni v be “the vic-of small mind',” , ly l>'iietited by tin war tariff are natu- 'tlie Bearcreek town, seems to have .ml a
Graduate* Student« in
■('liii igo. I believe in protection for the tbe pf itev tion monopolists are a virtu-! rally going over to Harrison and Moi- ivaui-hing glimp-f- of a double-barreled
country as a means to an end. I glory
Any person wishing to sell property will find
L. _ brained
.. . ------
— »• N. y 1 ton. an |
¡8 ,|le jov of ||ie high I -hotgun. judgmg from thecard of "retrac-
one ami . big
savs .1 tiie
CLASSICAL, LITERARY, SCIENTIFIC,
it to their inter«»st to call and nee um .
in the results achieved under it in the
protectionists thereat. Tho Republican ' non' pimli-tied m Inst week's A-liland
Manufacturar of and l»*. J«-r in
last twenty-five years; but, to my mind,
NORMAL, BUSINESS, LAW ANO
l>at>ers have gotten through publishing I
the signs are many that in not a few di
B rother L eeds of the Ti'h.iij,- is an I the names of these I>em«H'tats and are
H. 11. Wolters, (tie mixologist, lias re-
rections protection here has done its ex;iert at some kinds of editorial work, j «tarring to republish the list. It is tlieir | opened the saloon formerly kept by A. It
Carlson, thoroughly refitting it and mak
perfect work and is now doing harm. and we were tilled with admiration jn-t
1 "la«t straw" to show that Cleveland is ing many iniprovenicnts. He has supplied
Therefore, I believe in a revision of the before the June election at the skill weak. It is sevuiai months nefore No-
the liar with the tim-i wines, litpm:- amt
tariff upon principles directly opp-xed to with which he wheedled many of the
venitier, and in that time voter« can cigars, ami a fine billiard talite can also be
Institution of learning in the northwest.
the Chicago platform. I had ho)»-d tho gemd Prohibitionists of this county out learn something
Tne j»eople benefited j found there. «Jive turn a call for he will
b i rt»i terra begin» September 3d, !•**. Addre1« SADDLES AND ROBES
Republii an party wonld itself undertake of tlieir votes on tin* sjiecious plea that by the high tariff are very few compared | tre,lt
THUS. VAN SC<H. Pr<*Fidmt,
to remodel the tariff upon lines that | the
__ Republican partv was nearer their to those who are robbed i v it. Its prin- I
A Sp< cial! y
J or Kent.
would gradually transfer th«1 industries | idea!
idea of a party of great moral idea» :
ciple is to tak«> ten-cent pieces away
of the country from an artificial to a than was the Democratic party; that from the masses to give dollars to the
H iking thoroughly renovated an<l re Half Barrels and Boxes AT REFINERY BRICES, a-lditional charge
paired mv hotel buihling in Jacksonville. I
rational basis. I believe that such a flit-vcould not Impd for any legislation
I offer it for rent on reu««nal>le terms to re- for can i&ge
. from Sun Fram isco to
. > Jacksonville <>f ONE (1) D<>L-
com s., is demanded by th- true inter- looking towards prohibition from the
ONE HUNDRED (lou) LBS.
in uniioiinciliK that his steam saw-mill
••ts ..f labor. The policy actually out Democratic party, with it» op m opposi
!'. .1. R wm . Jacksonville. Or.
is new running mi full time ami turning
lin'd teems to me full of danger to the tion to sumptuary laws, while the Re-1 T ii K it .«cALruRS advertised to New
out a large quantitv of lumber, lie is pre
The higher and tighter the publican party might possibly do some- 1 York |2«> or to St. Louis $15 ovor the
I« conu’cti-d with my barn»*«* shop Having
pared t" fill all order« with dispatch, and at
Cnril oj Thanks
AND DE M FRS IN
engag* «I the • rvic « of a find -ria»** fh<»**nmk»‘r. 1
dim h mad", the great-r the destruc thing for them, if they would just keep ; Canadian Pacific from Portlan 1 last
the most n-asonalile rates. A fine quality of
prepar -I to manufacture boot« ami ahoea of
tion slii'ii the tl ><>d breaks through, and on paiiently waiting for them to do it.
ta** latent «tyl - promptly
friends of the surrounding neighborhood
1 cannot believe that a country no large A number o: the temperance people
ALL KINDS OF LUMBER,
My pn s in both <b j attraente uil¡l>e quite
for their kiml attention through the fatal
i reusonabi** a;.*i saur-faction guaranteeii
as the I mted State» can tie permanent gave heed to bis pleadins and—the Chi- 1
sickness of our son.
ini-luding the best rustic, ceiling and floor
\V. G. ( OOPEK.
One Half Gallons
ly held aloof from the great trade «■ago platform calls for free whisky. We !
If you will just take the precaution to i
Mil and M rs M W. HrsL.ii'.
Medford, Or . l>ec. 1.1 ks 7.
ing. furnished on short notice.
of the outside world.” have an idea that the far away look of ' keep a bi.ttk' of Chamberlain'a Colic. !
1 75 “
Messrs William G. Low, John L. Moff unrest in Bro. Leeds' eyes is caused by i Cholera and Piarrhiea Remedy on band ;
B. S. SMITH. i
>A?*rr ?1 HAL
LOUIS LEVIN, ACENT
att, ti. P. Coggshall ami Henry B. Aver the consciouane«« that he can’t play you will always be ready to cure anv form
Vf >. *
. « ■
ill follow the examp •» of ex Mayor Low. that game on tho Prohibitionists again <>f bowel complaint, it ,« piepxred e»pec- , Tue undersigned, residing in Ashland,
foli»' a ■ texce>- .
ut . w vigor
¡ally for that purpose, and Is a sura cure, | I 1.as f< " rale two spans of fine, large mules j
-------- J «1- Uwllnia pens0’ u:i;d. Outfit w«>rth ?*» and par- of rooth. <’ n«*
Un D WANTED. *25« woek.nd
»k;.e<w* of u kO'i and . «xi>. Nervous
•nd will vote tor C.evelin 1 and Thur- Even an enthusiast can see through 25c.
HU P rensw p i"i. Steail» «"«>'. \í
Ler bottle, bold at City Drug titore . and two Pcrvberou uisres with colts bv I
nuiin, cuUrT. free P. G VICKERY-Ao- IfebiHt). S-inai Iioa, l. '.t Manhcxvd«etc. A
I ILLI btopln f.-ee. J. F. HJLL 4ÖO. I gvu.
that kind ul pntonse didt .
•nd by £nzvl Bras.. Piraeu s.
' Uwu sidw
w . h , M’ muum ' '
MOWERS BY THE CARLOAD .
WAGONS BY THE CARLOAD».
STOVES BY THE CARLOAD .
STAPLES BY THE CARLOAD1
NAILS BY THE CARLOAD!
“WE STRIVE TO PLEASE,”
STEEL FRAME SELF-BINDERS, SELF-RAKE REAPERS, MOWERS AND
STEEL OR WOOD WHEEL HAND AND SELF-DUMP HAY RAKES.
SMITH & CONKLIN
REALESTATE AND INSURANCE ACT’S
CAI » A
IO rl <>
.1II. CARSON A SOX. I'mpiii'tws.
0 ¿ L i F 3 « ii i A
GIAS. 1'ISTIII.S INI) BBll'MilnN.
STRICTLY ONE PRICE !
ui* hlf‘. lianiware, I’ainis, Oil
Varnish. Glass, Cutlery, Etc..
Iilnstraltd Catalog Order B», E bìcìgpcs ani Samples of Goels Free
Î TV TD
llAIIIIWlllt AMI MÄHE DEM
rone hit 15.'< sV
JOS. C. SHERIDAN. PROPRIETOR.
I.TD^ o . o ^ yille
LUCKEY & CO
And the Celebrated Studebaker Wagons
. Rent. Lease and Handle
Real-Esfiib' on Cmiimissioii.
COOPER & SON,
A Cho'Cb Collection of City and
Country Properly for sale.
Oldest Lirgest and Least Expensive
S. S. SMITH, Prop’r
a b : ct and shod shop
Mason’s Fruit Jars
Nos. IIÓ i 11/ Front St, San Francisco.
r, Jack.Monvllie. Oregon,