The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907, March 07, 1889, Image 2

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J oseph INF roVXTv
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Th" grami j-iry
adjourned la»t Ttieff-
The storv ol the tory con»|*irucy against
John V
Parnell ami it» lame and iuipoteut con­
THURSDAY
.nil ha* been paying Douglas clusion in the flight and suicide of the
MiW II 7. poo coar'
forger and perjurer, l’igott, is one of the
..y a visit.
Elmer Holton returned from Califor­ most romantic episodes of modern his­
T hk meeting of the Northern r
I
tory. The details are worth reciting.
nia publishers and editor* al8'
nia not long ago.
The London Tiinri charged Parnell
alifor*
is to be held March 18th
north
Mrs.
Bagley
and
daughter
went
with a guilty knowledge of and compli­
aergmento
a few evenings since.
city with the actions of the dynamite
Sas Faaxctacn
M M. Harkness has returned from and dagger faction of Irish anarchists.
cusHinir the *'
The Time» offered in proof oi its charges
p»|>er* are again dis- his trip to California.
Holden C
F. M. Bnnch is a resident of Little certain letters, which it claimed were
eren*
.etenselesa condition of the
written by Parnell. These documents
.ate in case of assault by heilig* Shasta, Cal., at present.
.. ironclads.
Robt. R. Morris has returned from were produced before the English judi­
cial commission by Mr. Boaiues, a so­
his trip to Pan Francisco.
licitor, who testified that he received
C atfish sro so numerous in Washoe
Circuit court is in session and t*ill not them from Mr. MacDonald, the manager
Lake that the Nevada people want the adjourn for several day*.
ot the Time». Mr. MacDonald testified
Legislature to import a carload or two of
Mrs. G. S. Matherson ¡»administrating that before publishing these letters
alligator gar* to thin out the catfish.
on her late husband's estate.
ascribed to Parnell, he hail consulted
T he Australian ballot law in a modi«
G. W. Hoxie of William» creek has only a single expert, ami yet he admit­
ted that he paid »12,51» for these imper
fieri form liaa been paned by the aaaern- added a planer to his saw-mill.
bly ot California. The punciple of re­
There is much sickness in this county feetly authenticated documents.
The Time» manager bought and pub­
form of ballot abuse is steadily gaming at present, mostly bad colds.
lished these letters, despite the fat t that
ground among thinking people.
Sol Ahraham of Douglas county was the envelopes were lacking in which the
O xlv Washington, of tlie outgoing at the county-seat last Monday.
letters imputed to Parnell and Eagan
J. C. Wilson, the well-known mechan­ had been enclosed. Tiie Tinu • uianag* r
presidents, was subject to as much
virulent abuse, both personal and polit­ ic, has returned from Dunsmuir, Cal.
further testified that he never asked the
ical, as Mr. Cleveland, and yet Wash­
There is only one pauper being main­ vendor of these important letters where
ington is very well spoken of now.— Ex. tained at the county’s expense at present. he got them. The vendor of these letters
The editor of the ’J imfis is at Grant’s was a Mr. Houston, the s-cietarv of au
L atest revised rejiorts from Washing­ Pass, ready to receive all sums due him. Irish loyalist society. Mr. Houston
ton give the Republicans three majority
the letters of one Pigott, an im­
Assessor Ream will commence mak­ bought
in the next house of representatives,* itli
pecunious creature, who was so destitute
the four new states of Montana, Wash­ ing an assessment of the county in a few as to jump at an offer of »5 a day for pay
ington, North and South Dakota still to days.
and expenses for the dirty work of a spy.
R. N. Baker, lately of Jacksonville, Houston bought these alleged Parnell
hear from.
has established a tailor-shop at Grant’s 'etters of Pigott without testing their
C lkvklasu ' b ail uh Liat ration command- Pas*.
genuineness before paying for them, ami
e<l tlie re a pert of all thinking men an it
Allison Scott, a pioneer of Oregon, died actually borrowed the money demanded
drew to a flow, anti it will continue to at Kerbyville a short time ago, aged 58 by Pigott for the letters without any ef­
Cw in favor ai» the years ko by. It ha» years.
fort to establish their authenticity. The
n a brave, honent, feerie»» one in
G. W. S»ieldon, who ha» been engaged solicitor of the Time«, its manager, Mac­
every roepect.
f
In mining on Applegate, will noon return Donald, and Houston, all appear to have
fully trusted to Pigott, whom they knew
BKoriiiKM Bell and Benjamin of to Illinois.
Mrs. J. P. Jones of Glendale, ba» to be a baukiupt, venal fellow, to vouch
Roaeburg are «till quarreling over whois
for the authenticity of the letters.
e«liter of the Jtevieir. One of our Willa­ been visiting friends and relatives at
But tlie moment Pigott was subjected
mette exchange» eays the gentlemen so «Grant's Pass.
to cross-examination by Parnell’» coun­
love contention that it verily believes
L. Leonaid of Althouse ha» shipped sel, he broke down, and was proved to
they would quarrtd over a mutliei-.n- a consiilerable quantity of apples to the be a >py in the British secret service, a
law.
Portland market.
forger, and an irredeemable scoundrel.
Judge Colvig has been quite ill with The evjtenee that Pigott was an old-time
T urke is a lack of honest indep»*n- t>ne»imonia. but is somewhat improved forger
ami ra*cal was *-o complete, ami
deuce with many legislators. Ti e trade at this writing.
his contusion so liopel.- ■ H, that lie took b?
theoiy was qu te ai parent this year.
flight,
and i- now a fugitiv»» fn.ia j is ice.
The infant son of H. W Cooper of
“Voll Vote for my niea-ure and 1 will
Tne
Timn
ba* made elut».t..‘e «,0 ogies
Williams
creek
died
one
day
last
week,
aiip|M>rt jours” was a maxim of tile last we are pained to *ay.
to the public and to I'arni II in its c- I-
assembly in Oregon. This is far from
nmns,
t
ut
itseas»
l a-e.nipa-teiy I n.-ken
Grant’s Pass presents a lively appear­
con.inendahle, and in some instances
down,
an<l
the
Puiuell
party is iiiiiiit iue-
ance.
the
March
term
rf
court
attracting
lea.ls to d.'wii'ight dixbonealy.—fterwr.
ly strengthened in England Goin the
considerable attention.
natural
ifliiipatliy
feit
Er P.ntieii as a
I'oxTic injiwtic« could go no fnrther
L. E. Hoover has just erect*»»! a large
who has been nio*t n.i-ci ii|-tiloiisiy
than the Oaklan»l city authoiitic» are warehonre for his agricultural imp’e- man
ptr.-ccutetl •: d maitgned by a » oriupt
going in planting a p«»»t-l>oii**» in the nie’its al Grant’s Puss.
| tory piei-s .ai l p . ly.
rear of Joachin Miller*»’ ireidencv, ini-
•—-
E l Mt» re of Grint’s Pass is happy
A c.t IK
i* ¡a.” i i Ir
n»e fi.i'elv alter hi*
Id* niiin:fi<-»»n*
ninmfi» <*n' giti
gilt oí
u a . «ver the arrival oi a boom ing boy at his I Irishmen
i'ke l o-ofl
P_rk »lie to the .-o
■ » j ,, , .«nd
ami hi» many ef­ house on the 18th mat
I wanting w h i v. re w i
fort* to a id to the r-wth <>i U.iklan I by
E. Erii-k-on n«w own» tl.c Waklo cat’s.» ci Ir> iar- i ¡-.»r I
using hi' talents and p»»n lavishly in her ran»-h
near Wildervilie, having t tañed ve . ti a:Ln., l uir
behalf.
have :<i! Irr.n-»
1
his «Trant’s l’a*» property f- r it.
AV. E. Bigley I iis returned from I. gu n*: t■ ■ It:*li »»a j
Tut: Ej'<ini>iex, l<- ». vu:;;
• I A
M., bixin. an»l u. li».q»»- tl. it In. « ill ,-.. ii -
ph s <4 L>ia>i ex.sl - in I .e . • • oí
*77.77 d i
eltiile to yvrmauei.tiy ie»i<5' In-re.
cos-t >utfie »-nt i <
J.
T.
K-J-cits
>u
is
iK-tirg
;i-
bailiff
to
|
of < mployers u.: » ti
A n.’ich r.,-u<i>- i law, au i ( n • winch
or employing . - i - i . .
tho »j-ainl jurv, while .1. F. Kellogg holds
intereits ev<ry peis-m
vi..g the uelf.ii»
tin aanis | - s:t on to the pi-tit jury.
labor, has r-si»b!;-lw
of Oregon's fruit-gr-xwing industry a',
ment bureau wti.cn i
A. A. Ross, lately of Texas, has become heart, is the one creating a state b»»:im
fl .tiering degree oi s»icce >s, much to the interested in business with his brother-
of horticulture. It had a stormy time in
gratification of honest, upright labor in-law, S. E. Hoover of Grant’s Pass.
the house, and was defeated once ; then
everywhere on the coast.
The ballots cast at the late town elec­ the vole Was recolisidere I ami the lull
T io . kl is going to Is* lots ol fun after tion in Grant’s Pass were not printed on pas-e l. Tiie law, having l>een approved
tight kind of paper, hence are not by Governor Fenuoyer, went inbr effect
the 4th of March between the old Re­ the
February 23, the date of its approval.
publican office-holders w ho hud to step legal.
The bright little daughter of J. B. Much good is expected of this law.
down and out w hen the Vemoctacy camo
in four years ago, and the new bloods Goodwin of Williams creek died one »lay : 1- ruitmen are ot the opinion that it will
who think they are entitled to a little of this week of pneumonia, aged three have tiie effect of staying the projre.-s of
diseases oi fruit trees and fruits, and
the pork. The old fellows are expect­ years.
•
•
ing to catch on where they left off while ■ C. 0. Bigelow of Williams creek last
The horticultural buard to l»e appoin­
the young fellows are crying out for a week so d 20 head of fine, fat beeves to
new deal, says an exchange.
Mr. Spaulding, the well-known Portland ted by the governor will c<>ll»14t of nix
members, one fiuui the state at large
butcher.
an<l one from each of the following dis­
1' kxsiiiext 11 ixrison has named as
The
case
of
Kelly
vs.
the
G.
1
‘
.
Real
his cabinet the following: .Secretary of Estate association was appealed to the tricts into which the state is divided :
First—Multnomah, Clackamas, Yam­
•Slate, Junies G. Blaine of Maine ; Secre­
tary of the Treasury, William Windom supreme court, but was settle»! there by hill, Washington, Columbia, Clatsop and
stipulation.
Tillamook.
of Minnesota; Secretary of War, Red­
Riddle A Scott's neat brick building at
Second—Maiion, Folk, Benton, Linn
field Procter of Vermont; Secretary of
tne Navy, B. F. Tracy of New Y'tk; Grant’s Pass has received the finishing ami Lane.
Third—Douglas, Jackson, Klamath,
Fo-tmasler-General, John Wanamaker touebes ami presents a neater appearance
Josephine, Coos, Curry and Lake.
of Pennsylvania; Secretary of the In­ than ever.
Fifth—Umatilla, Union, Baker, Wall­
tertor, John M.
M Noble of Missouri; At-
terior,
Herbertie
Ream have rented* the
torney-General, W. H. Il Miller of In- Park »aloon at Grant's Pass, which they owa, Malheur ami Grant.
The iiieniliers of the hoard must lie
diana; and Seeretary of Agriculture, ex- will keep supplied with the best of wines
practical fiuitiuen. They are einp- »w
Governor Rusk ot Wisconsin.
liquors and cigars.
Lewis Harp, a progressive farmer of ered to establish a central olli e where
B radrtkekt ' m » mercantile agency re- Murphy piecinct, is planting 1<WX> choice meetings will be hell ti.e si eon 1 M.,ndaj
kiR.«i>RTKEKT
>>xty-U»rv> failure» in the I'wcific cowt apple
,f.,c trees on
v„ his place.
kl.„. Last year he in April and October. Tiny al -i have
authority to engage persons to lecture,
Htate» anil l< ri iturii'H for the month of I get out 500 |>eacli tree».
February with Meets of »115,537 and ; W. it Gilbert, A. Burgess and Mr. bat without pay, for the purpoM, of im­
liab'litie» of »279,39H a» compare»! with; Rummage, former employes of the S. P. proving practical hoiticultuie and in-
■truction in the l»est method of the treat­
103 for the previous month with a»aet* | I*.
Jt I.. Co., will soon start a saw-mill ment ot diseases of-fruit and the exter­
oi »l'JS. U 't. uml liabilitiesct »493,911,and of their
own
at
Merlin.
mination of orchard pests.
fiiiy-mi ’» tortlie cm responding month
Judge Webster, District Attorney
The hoard is invested with tower to
of INS*, with »-get* of (98,310 and
Co'vig,
Capt.
Kelly,Hons.
H.
K.
Hanna
prevent the spread of contauioin an I in­
liabditie» of »296,!M7. The failure» for
and
P.
P.
Prim
of
Jacksonville
are
at
fectious diseases among fruit ti.'es, aud
the past mouth have been divided
to eradicate fruit |<ests, ami to appoint
among the »tale» and territories as fol­ Grant,s Pass this week.
low»: California, 21; asset* »09,738,
At the school meeting held at Grant’s iiiB|s?ctors of fruit |>ests. whose duly it is
liabilities. »182,602. Oregon 21 ; asset* Pass last Monday a ten-mill tax was to see that the law is olieyod. The
to main­
♦17,800, liabilities, »32,114. Washing­ levied. Tiios. Hess! was chosen director legislature appropriate,!
tain the hoard until April, 1S!»1.
ton territory 21 ; asaet«, »28,000, liabili and Frank Newell clerk.
ties, »54,072.
Walter Simmons has sold his residence
“F xekii -'M shrieked when Kosciusko
property in Grant's Pass to Mr. Nelson,
T he i|ualification Mandanl in grant­ a new comer, who is talking of starting fell” ami all nature wept when th»» sa»i
spcetael»» wa» presented to the worl»i .at
ing leat her'* certitii-ath* ha* become a bank at the county-seat.
I Washington of the viitnuis- D»»inm-r-icv
very b‘«h. Anyone taking * cureory
J.
A.
Wright
of
Leland
fost
his
fíne
vi.-w , i tue laigo class ot applicant* for stallion a few »lavs since, This is a fe- retiring t<> give place to bro’her Blame's
tatooed adt iinist.-atioii last Momlav. The i
ec’iitcale* who were examined by vere loss to our stock interests, as the
agony anil bloody sweat is over for the
■iperintendent Mitchell l**t week would ' horse was a first-class one
present, ami th»» Democracy w ill enj >v
have unhe*ilatinj.!y pronounced tl i-tu
much above the average in point of in­ I J. B. Hutch has di-(>ose<l of his inter- itself as best it may in the oppositi »n fo-
est in tne
the Commercial
hotel at cram
Grant’ * s the next four years. We trust brother
telligence and culture and yet, out of I e»r
« omrnerciai norei
the ela»a of twenty but »even oueeeeiied i
^r- 1 Anton, a new coiner, who Hariisoti will I»-- allowed to give the
in obtaining certificale* and but one of j
charge last Monday.
people a reasonably good administration
the numiiei wa* awarded a first-grade | Hall A Barker keep a complete line of ami wiil hol<l ourselve:* in readiness t »
certificate. There wa* home complaint : the choicest liquors, wine» and cigar», give counsel ami advice whenever the
of the liHtsof questions propounded being and spare no pains to please all who call, occasion seems to r» »piite it. The new
presiilent shall have our cordial coopera­
too simple and easy sometime ago, but ! They enjoy a good patronage.
the state school superintendent M-eui*to - There will Ixt a suni>cr and entertain- I tion in making this country what it
be goinv to the othei extreme now.
| me nt at Music Hall, Grant’» I'asa, to- ought to besol'ingas Ilia minions ami
-
, morrow (Fi iday) evening. The broom advisers refrain from stealing the treas-
ury-____________
l*>iKMi>KNT H akkisox ' s inaugural ad- brigade will appear at nine o'clock.
«iri s» is characterized by tiie mugwumps i Dr. Flanagan ha» retnmeii from hi*
In Iiiipiiriani Elcmriil
as tieing shallow ami commonplace, by I trip to San Francisco, where lie bad a
Of tLe success ot II- hh I’ s S trsa; ar Cl i i< the
the Republicans
as i "strong
and ratii
i
...
,
.
-
,
•
carload
of
quattz
from
his
Applegate
fact that » very purchaNvr r»< < iv»'* i fair
otic"
■ ?■-.?
■-
. »L - ’
I led*» ‘■’’■'cl. »'Ill the l>e»l of results
equiv il»‘nt f<»r his monev. I he fami'iar
to >-e a fairly able paper, that would 1«
R. P. George, proprietor oi the Kerby I In adlitie ‘ 1B0 D oncs One Dollar,” si< I n by
esteemed creditable to the at ei age coun­
• niitator -, i-» ori/in tl with and trin- . <> > oi
try school muster. It proUthly won’t '«alum, w.'ik at the county-seat »luring Hood’s Nai.saporiiIn. This can (;t*ii\ be
survive in the hearts of ins countrymen , the forepart of the week, ^ervin# hi» pr oven by anv one who desire-, to t« ■ the
For r*al tcoipunv. buy o>>lv
longer than the English language shall en­ country in the capacity of a grand juror. matter
Representative Howard is engaged in Hood’s Sarsaparilla. Sold by ail tirug.-^i*t*
dure, but it demonstrate* the sagacity
of the executive in making choice of a ' building hiinself a residence at the conn-
W onderful < urr».
private secretary, and it .a probably a* ty-«u*at. He ia a prominent candidate
W I). Hoyt A (’ » , wholesal“ and retail
good ns Halford could get up on the for the position of po-tuia^ter oi Grant’s drti
gist.* <1 R oiiip , <41.. siv:
We have
*pui of tire moment, having so much Pass.
been selling I>r King’s New D -t overy f<»r
other business on hand, the cabinet
A. A. Wimer one of our l>e*»t cit'Z“n*«, Electric Bitt rs anti Bucklt n > Arnica Salve
row, and other milters to engross iiis I has purchased 200 ucr»*s of land neir for four ye; r-* Have never Bandit d reme­
attention.
We shall look for better CcxpiiHe citv, Vo»* county, and Will soon dies that >e l a« we 1. or give such univer
things from Halford in future, how.-ver leave us, we arc sorry to f*ay. He re- sal satisla. t o»i. 1 h< r<‘ have been s »ti
wo nierhil cures ello ted by these me«
Harrison is said to have read it in very ' turned home la*t week.
cines in thi-» ei’v. S"ve ;il eis»s of pr
gixsl shape at the inauguration, having I Vance
V1
A Lee have dissolve;! paitner nounced <*oD'Uim;»'ioij have !><en ctdire
bad considerable training ir. elt ention >
Tlie firat named gentleman wdi < ur«d by us, of a (rw hot I It s « l Dr K n
ami being
h.'inv familiar
Gmiiiar with
anti. Halford'«
II >11....I’, chi
.hi ­ —
»ml
continue the bu»inerw at trie old stand, New I»¡M'ov. ry t;r*»'n in co'inect <»n with
rograph?.
B’lters. We g.iarardee th« m al-
where be * ill keep uempfote, fir-t-class w Electric
ya. Sold by all druggist*.
stock of goods.
Ax exchange wh II My* that “the time
Ri-v. G. W. Slack, « ho has been in­
to create a navy, ami organise a ».v*U»m
ol national defense i» uui»*.” Under th** strumental in having un.re ciiurclies
Itemoeratic admiuiotration wliieh ha» hu .t than any otb'T minister in Or.-g ><>, itching Piles are known by moisture like perspiration,
ju»t drawn Io a eio»e great progrès» was informali» tint a Bapir.t church will causing Intense itching when warm. This form as well
as Blind. Bleeding and Protruding, yield at once to
made in the re-building of war vesnels s-jon l»e bni'd at Grant's l*aa*.
A eliooting-ina'ch
for 1250 a side, 49 DR. B0-8AN-K0 S PILE REMEDY,
and re-rstabhflung the navy on a basis
_
that should command «be »espect and ' yards ofi-liand, five .hots, will take which acts directly on the parts affected, absorbs tu­
excite the f<-;ir of other nations .quipped place at Merlin, between L. A. Hunsbro mors. allays itching and effects a permanent cure. 50c.
hit
u.- «ar but
i.o» in
iw the
» »... .hurt
jl. .. -.* apace
™ .. . .
i
flror*»*u 1'iitia
*1 rv , 1 J.
I » ’ Dysert
I lvax* >4 / of
. i VV
C-.I f Druggists or mail treatise free. Dr Bosanko, Piqua, 0.
of Grant's
1‘as- and
Wolf
for war.
oi { four
years the great work has ncceaaarilv cieek, on March 20th.
•alien abort oi accomplishment. With
Marshal Colby, the clever and efficient
another Whitney at the helm during the marshal of Grant's Pass, waf rc-electi d
coining four years much might be ex­ by a very large majority last Monday.
pected, and it is to lie h< ped that the new He is the right man in the right place
secretary of the navy will not prove a and well deserves the compliment con­
rogue like Rolierson, or an incompetent ferred on him.
Who will allow the R'Mehes anil other
The Commercial Hotel at Grant’s !'«*»
barpies to prev npon the nation st the bad a nanow escape from destruction bv
navy’* expense. It cannot lie seuoiislv tire last Tuesday. In some way the bed
TRADE
claime»! however that secretary Tracy clothing in one of the rooms caught
was selected with any reference to espec­ fire, but the flames were extingtnshed
ial fitness for the place, as, had not the l«fore any serious damage .esulted.
east compelled the president to “recog­
J. W. Howard and J. T. Layton have
nize” that section in his cabinet the
choice for the |>oaition would undoubted­ ordered a complete ami first class stock
For Horses and Cattle-
ly have fallen on ex-congressman of hardware from tlie east, which they
Thomas of Illinois, than whom a more will display at the Mensor building on
indolent, visionary or inconi|>etent per­ 7th street, Grant's Pass. They will
Recent, Prompt, Good Results.
son could not have been suggested. He erect a fine laige brick building, next
not only is ignorant of naval architecture, door to O. II. Stow.
and could not of Ins own knowledge ap­
Hrwar*
HS.OOO
prove or condemn the plans anti specifi­ • 3.0O*
For a better or more j»l» asant ren edy for i
cation* for even a birchbark canoe, or
Th* Arma PaUc« and Stock Car Co.,
peraonally navigate it ucr«M the Erie ,tlie eureof con»un>,ition.bronchial troubles,
The i>e«t. St Clair Bldg . Toledo 0 . June. 8S
coup aril wins.pine couch than
canal on a calm day when completed, : couch,
We choerfaHy recommend 8t Jacob« Oil *• th«
Haul* Aloe.the < alilori i. king of co»:sunip
toat for g«n«ral um on stock
H ARMS A CO
hut he i* pmely an "accidental states­ I tion. It you w »ulil l e cured of that di*-:
man" without any speuial fitness for | rusting ilise se. catarrh, use California- For 10 Month«. Winsboro Texas. June TO. 88
anything but wiie-puiling. The fact I Cat-R-t lire. *1 ,i jar, by mail $1.10 Santa
My horse was hurt on hind isg. suffered 10
months was enrsd by It Jacobs Oil. has rs
that such a man was even nvjntioned in ’ Abie ami Cat-R Cure are soldand warrant
malaad yarmanert
w J. CLLUK
connection with so important a subject •d by all druggists.
Lame-kneed Calf. Mew Karen. 0 , June M. 88
as the navy portfolio goes far to prove
T»Mrr«r«.
Bad a calf afflicted with weak knee*,; conld not
that Harrison i* merely seeking to re­ Whether on nkaNure bent or buNiners,
walk, experiment«« with St Jacobs Oil. A few
good rubbings cured it, it runs about well and
ward his friends and not to consult the shnul 1 take on » very trip a bottle ot Syrup
•O*M.
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public welfare in making bis appoint- of Fig*, a* it acts mo*: pleasantly and ef­
oneot*. However we trust that Secretary fectual y on the kidneys, liver and bowel*,
Tracy will prove another suit of man—a prevent»» g fever* h^Jiinchrs and Other
.man fit to be named in the same breath i rm* of .*i< kt>e**. For j*ale in 5tc an 1
with Whitiiey—anti that the work of re­ >1 OU bottlw by a;| teudiioe »'ruggiNt*.
AT DBV».GISTS AMD DE a LKR».
building the navy will proceed to a
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-b*PP7 termination
• Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castorio, i THÍ CHARLES A. VOfiELER CO , ßiltimort, MC
Brnciai Fiprr i»r a»»!Uin, J*ifpii:uc *
MISCELLANEOUS
MISCELLANEOUS
HENRY KUPPEL,
OVERLAND 10 VIA CALIFORNIA.
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southern pacific co .! s line .
THE CONSPIRACY AGAINST
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HAVE YOU GOT PILES
TJACOBS on
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CATALOGUE
MISCELLANEOUS.
AT CENTRAL POINT,
The Mt. Si­ sta Route JOS. C. SHERIDAN, PROPRIETOR
JACKSON V. LI
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON
OREGON.
and San
hours.
» I.AIX8
cxn > ix
Conveyancingin all its Branches
Kl X
hum
I
South.
Francisco,
Where i. kept constantly on hand scomplete and
firat-clasa slock of
hardware :,
OA1I.Y
isco.
I North
Stoves, Tinware, Cull ly,
rpOWN I’KOI’EHIY, FAKMB. V1NKYAKDM
1 anti Mining ( 'luims Bought und 3<>ld on Com-
iuisBion
LOCAL i’AKNENULH TRAIN DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
e:.«i a m . IxMive
INING PATENTS obtained at reasonable l¿:40 1’. M. L« ave
rnteniuid with diapatch.
2:10 i*. M. Arrive
WILL BE READY FOR DISTRIBUTION ABOUT
$1100
No. 42.
200acrea.
■¿•JO acron of unimproved land, 30 acres of which
Tho 8. I’ ( ’<».’> Ferry inak‘‘R c»»nn»*cti<»n with
ih prairie land and t he balance «ood timber land,
all giMid fruit and grain land, with two living all the regular t rain« <>u the Eawt Side Division
NpringH of water Four mi leu from Jacksonville. from foot of F Btreet. I’ortlatid.
Farms, Villajj Lets, Improved
dan Unimproved for
Sale or Heat.«
714 »n<l 710 J Street, an<l 713 an<l 715 Oak Avenue.
Building*.
Two Story
Spring Disorders
Shattered nerves, tired
train, Impure blood,
debilitated system, all
aro tho natural out­
come tn the Spring. A
medicine must be used,
and nothing equals
Paine s Celery Com­
pound. We let others
praise us- you cannot
help believing a disin­
terested party.
Brigadier-General W. I.. Greenleaf, Burling­
ton. At., writes: “I have usm I l’ulue's Celery
Compound on several- occasions, and always
with ben»-nt. Iuist spring. H-lng very mu- h run
down and debilitated. 1 i-onimenced taking It.
Two bottle»» inivh- me reel like a new man. as
a general tonic and spring medicine 1 do but
know ot Its equal.
Suffit, i/uatií,
[ HAVE EOR HAl.E THE FOLLOWING DE
»cr ire l»n»|> Tty :
1
No. 1.
One hundred and i»»xt> *c:-es of No. 1 ehoie»»,
level land, over one half enclo-e I wit , n i»ub-
etantisl fence; one of th»» very b«»»it fruit and
vegetable ranch»-, in th»» county: n- h, eni.di
lot,ill. wat -reel by Appl-gate ct.-.-k : unproved
with II »»eel dwelling.Iiou-ie with mx lo'ili. . ».
g'Hel log barn, granari. i and <'lheroa»i-uildi.ig»>,
two hundred I»«*.-,ring fruit tr*»i-e,n-.o.te<l vario­
lic*, mostly fall nnd wi-ter sppi
-mall fruits, n- ir h k . hh I -.-‘nnd,
r irgo for Mock : e-.vernment l it to.
half cash, halsiir« m one and two,
I-.jim-nte to ls»M-.*urel by a luo
1-0*1111*. *.
•»I have used two bottles of your Paine’s
Celery compound, md It has given entire sat*
lalatUon ns an apnlizer and bhxxl purifier."
T. L. uiMhBR, Watertown, Dakota.
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Paine’s
Celery Compound
is prescribed bj physicians, recommended by
druggists, endutsed by ministers, praised by
users, and guaranteed by the manufacturers,
as a spring medt Ine which will do all that is
claimed for it. I w it this apring, mid aec bow
iiuickly K loues you -ip.
^Purifies the Blood.
Full accounts of wonderful cures made by
Paine’s celery Compcund afu r other medicines
and the )>est phyMicians had lulled, sent free.
There’s nothing like it.
M
11. ac . Six for 15.0«. Pruggists.
I W ills , lUcnAKpsos & Co., Burlington, Vt,
IT IS EASY TO DYE WITH DIAMOND DYES 13 c.nii mc L
AGENTS FOR JUDSON MF’C CO.’S
CELEBRATED VICTOR MOWERS.
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Title ¡. »rf
No. 5
The west half «»f th«» southwest pi *rt> r i,n«l »h*
southwest «piarfer «»f the northwest q«iart»*rof
-erti«»n 3’, township 3'» bi»uth.«»f rang«» «»!-«• eat-t
rtrNO the south half «»f tie* >*m*ti»'iHt «piarter and
northwest quarter of th" * •■ith<- l - i q i irt«*r and
northeast quarter of «outhw«*Nt quarie» of sec
tiou 15, township 37 s »uth. of range 1 « lift, ct.n-
tai iing 282 acres in all. Price, five dollar» per
acre.
♦ JiMll.
No. to
Unimprovtxi; well wat»*i
place to makeu g*x*d home.
lOOacrpfi.
tirate ciao«
and
AGRICULTURAL IMLEMEhTS,
TOURIST SLEEPINC CARS,
For accontili« ><iati«*n of Second < la«» Paaserigera,
attached to Expre«»Trains.
$1500.
No. 43.
80 acres.
OOacr»'»» of choice grain and fruit land under
fence, with m w dwollmg-houpo and barn, »»nd
water for atock. Situated oue mile from Gold
Hill de|H»t.
♦4.500
No. W.
I'M) acres.
Unimproved, levol. rich gra«« und fruit land ;
i iiiiiiiig water; title donation claim. A great
Larruin ; 7 mil it, eaat of Central Point.
NAILS. ROPE
And everything el»e imaginable in tir- In
My good*are new and of the beet biundi*. Mici
will be bold at the
Lowest Ruling Prices.
Weikt Side Division.
HLTlt i»t.\ 4*4>R ti*! ID A • OX VALLIN
Give me a call before going elw-wLcrc
J. (’. SBEBJDAN
M \II* TRAIN* l»AU.Y (KX< ’EH M NI’AY.)
7:30 a . M. Leave
12:25 i*. M Arrive
l’ortlan«!
( <>rv;dlifl
Arrive »1:20 I’ M.
Leave|1;>U P.M.
J ACK SON Vil LE
At Albany and <’«»rvalli connect with train« of
Oregon Pacific R-Jlrcad.
EXPBESHTHAIN DAILY 11-XCKI T SUNDAY.)
MARBLE WORKS I
THROUCH TICKETS > oil points,
fiOHO
No. 51
200 acre«
SOUTH A. EAST,
A No. 1 farm.nituatcd two mile* northeast of
V. A CALIFORNIA.
Pho nix, having a good «iwelhng lioub«, barn and
«•ui building«, orchard, w«x»d and water «apply,
l’or information reg- -di’.g rates. mapH.etc.,call
etc. pjOiM-r««* fenced and nearly all under culti- on (’oinpHLy’K agfnt at M«Mlf««rd
vatiou. much of which ib«u»*eeptible to fruit cul­
It. KOEI a L e K.
E. P. 11OGEBH.
ture. It ih ul«o well Nituat«d in a tualthfui loca-
Manager
AM. (i. F. A P Ag’t.
ti<wi «ch«M*l house near by and les« tbau two
unit a from a tailroad d«*p<d.
W. L.CAJlHoM.
A. U CAUSON.
f2500.
No 78.
2(X) acre*.
M ob ’J j fenced in grain teldti. mead«>w. pasture,
orchard an<i garden ; all rich, black, idluviiJ
oil; about KU acre« of pl«»w laud ; three epiing«
• f pure water ; ht r« am flowingthr«»ugh the place ;
»ruhftfd he«t variety of fruit; large.c inmoiimu*« 811 mile» tìuuth of (¡rant’s Fans. Josephine
iwidlmg-hou«»*. large barn hi d nuinerou« ont-
Cvurty, On gon.
Hiihling«. No better location for Mock ranch
n: <»i'*i«»n .S'linrnt r range inexhaustible; fif
’ i lUib»- from radroud depot.
REDLAND NURSERY,
f 50 ; h : acre.
No. 70.
270 acnw
I
i his Fplendid tract «»f laud ¡«all fenced and 3UU
«
i a. ■ airier cultivation. It in bitunt«'«! in the
‘ i ■ Li i i i i < ■ i »• '.«• ■-1 tute of Kofi •- rul
vail.'j.lS ii.il«'.» w«>t «».‘a R. K. d-*p«n and 3'-
•lili* • •■»i.-i «»!’ 11.•» i '»ins’ v w-at. Lbe k it ih»r«*«*,
rich, black loam, all un-t quality of fruit aid
*:rain las ><. The place ha« a hoiu»«*, larg«* barn
> *itif' « : u * h fences ui it A gr at barer.in and
will be open fur only thirty »lay«.
|4.(k<).
79.
200 acres
A fin»* farm near iitgb* Point. ..........
Or. all fenced,
ieuavreai:! cultivuti«»n. ex< ll»«bt Louse, good
barn ai.<l other «aitbuildingt*
.. . 12;» fruit tr«'« N. No
I mid-bite, ge • i well, liv.ng springs, stream ««f
wat« ' tioA i g through ai d a v t«*m of irng ting
-liiuhvH by i:ictt:,<i of which 5Uac • h of land may
**«• srugated. 1 x. i'llvut N.igair. 1 ernib cash.
No. 80.
IMi.-crea 2'ilrcre* rioh. lew! , bottom land,
•lv.*r« d ; lOaci« « i«*nred ; mi «li nor.«.' and bta-
»1 •: '»»caring «>.- har 1 of ch uu • v.t : tj <’f appb* :
. ■ .'. T ■ ot I yellow
«<•: III* :.u«I
d frugal-pun
!*Gg..r - | h ,*• tini*M*r ; g«s»d
,! • io: saw
a’A null ; good
g<»« «i ro .«is
ida «u
riimn.er and wiu-
reek run«
ruiia <»n
ei
vr i v; h - creek
«»n the cast
i/oundury of
-;u'i Lu. 1»:.- d < a:i b«- uttlu« «i for irrigation Hix
mill’s from K. IL d< pot ; one fourth mile fr«>m
school and po«b<th» «‘ Puce $12 per acre.
N<>. 8E
15(D acres, unimproved ; all l»?vel. rich, Isittom
land ; well wa»ere«i. plenty of tirub»r. andean
t»«« made th** l»«’-t dairy rat.«'li in th»* state of Ore­
gon ; 23 mil«* from Ashland. Price
per acre,
terms, half cash in hand, balance on easy terms.
No. 82.
177 aur««s; 90 acre* fence<i and in cultivation.
H«*u**e. barn, «»rchard. niea<i«»w. one-half interest
in wa'er ditch aud w.ihT-rigiit, and a system of
irrigation by which 125 acr«-s may b>* irrigattd.
Ktr» am of water running on north boundary of
tl.eplac«'. l«n nubs fr«*m 1 he county-s«»at. and
«»tit* aud a half miles from poetotlice and scL«»ol.
h<»u«e Price f 360).
£ 4r** I have Great Bargains to offer and it
a ui pay y«>u t<» keep a close watch on thi* space
for the next six inoutli» for Special Bargains. If
N«>. 7.
you have any property fur sale, come and see nie
Two hun»lri*d and forty acres s»xty acres and 1 will do rnyry s» for you.
Office ou California street, opposite Slover
fenced ami in cultivation; improved with a i.icx
bearing orchard of fine, assorted fruit trees; a House.
HENRY hLIPPEL
«iwelliug-houee. a barn and «»ther «»uthoiis-.s.
t wo streams of water run through this place. It
is eU’H’eptibl«» of being divided into two pie«*.*»»
of one hundml arid twenty acr»»« «• ’»ch Th«-
north half of this place is unimpr«»v<*d. 1’h»* im­
prov« d rk* ncivs are w«»ith >l.ikiU. Die other
I«.» acres. S9U0-U0. hour mil«'* from Central Point
railroad station. Iitl«» perfect.
No. 8.
A farm of 12t) acres, improv**«l with a comfort­
able dwelling; t in acres func«*«i and in cultiva­
tion, with n living spring m ar the dwelling. One
of the very best »touk ranges in tie* cvu ity.
Yankee creek tt »ws through this land. 1 ¡tie
perfect. Price, $800.
No. 9.
A goo«l place of 16 » acr*••*. improv* 1 with a
g«Mid. new rt'Hideuce. b un ami granary; about
s.xty a'-res forced, with an on . u > •»■ ab ■ uu<
hundred aes<j«'ted fruit tr«'»''-;
lar^ •-p -u«
ami oti.ir small r on»s on th - farm.
k«<
creek runs tl«r<ugh the ¡.k;, • Spit iid si«»ck
rang«*, with government I it I *. Price. ;1UOO cash.
No. 10
A brick house ami large lot in Jack-onvillo.
with a stable. A co.nforiabie ie» nand title
perfect. Price, $!■•> . .>2*"» «'.i-h ami h.danee in
three equal payments of six, twelvr* and eighteen
months, deferred payme'its to drawlt$M p*-r cent,
interest.
Nil 11
A comfortable frum«» liou^e in Jacksonville
ft»r Hal« or rent on r.■a.Mii^tbl»« terms, three room*
Miui kitchen; b»< th-H <»'i i ir.l -• reel, i ,d has h
g mm | well «rf w.t’-’r at i . • do r. with aii nc’- ^sa-
ry outhouses. Will b«---»¡d cheap.
tiie own -r
isiu »ast’Tn Oregon Hud has no fur'-,» , u-•> t«>«-
the property.
No. 12.
A good Jut !e faim of !«■ a t - m >.«• 4r \»ifi
call
.-. c J kma I hou.-M*. Improo d with a >■ > -ddw I:
il
lu » un »«, »table«*, etc., ;'U acr»-H fenced, a nne. \«».iti;-
boarintf orchard and alnt» a vri •)ai d j;1 H t„. 4rn.z
condition; wdi bt Hold ftir 5i- »; a g«»o»i bargH.n
Fit 1»» perfect.
No. 13.
A «1« t-ir '.bit» body of g >od land «■heap, lining tlfe
\E’ i <»f S '< *•»'I the SE . of
8.-.-
tp 34
the NWl< Of rs\\ 4 H-.dth»'b\V • of
• I S. IUW
MCC :;i.tp3S b. It 4 U ;(»••* SW!-t of NWl *
ai. d theS l,of Nl-.l 4.
»<. tp..*» b II * W. .I.x
SEI I of Nl.l-4 «er I. tp .’.*, s. K I W.
p . uh r
in a!I. and lying in Pic tuant creek preciuct,
Jackson connly. Price. jl*> i r acre.
CONDUCTED BY
No 14.
A nice place, partly enclosed and a b».x him*,
on it, bmng the M’Uth half the south« a^t «prirb r.
and the euutheaet «juarter of the j-o*itI. a - st «piui-
VT?*-'
The Scbolpfitic y«-nr of thia school will com.
t. »i-ofM-ct’••!! six .«.id il,.-¡.»>r! , 1-’ qaarterof
th«» uoribwoHt quarter «>f sect ion S'»ven, townMnp .n.-nco ulH»ut the end of August, and is divided in
35 soulh. of range 1 weM, in Jackson county ; u «» h - four Mission«» of ten weeks tmeh.
Board and tuition, per term.............................. $40 00
tai’iing IGOacrce. Price >15 pi r acre.
M umo
IS 00
No. 15.
Drawing ami Painting.......................................... 8 (X)
TheSWl 4 of aec 34, in tp M south, ofrangr 8 Bed an<l Bedding ............................................... 3 00
«»as?, containing 160 aerca an<l b»»mg in cE»se
DAY SCHOOL.
proximity t » Mci'alliMer’t«celebrated sprin*?son Prim, ry Department.......................................... f 5 00
Hutto creek. Price $10 per acre. A iirst-clab« Junior
“
........... ........................... 6 oo
inveatment.
Preparatory ”
.......................................... 8 00
Heritor
an«i
Graduating
Department............... 10 (<i
No. 16.
Pupils are received nt any time, ami npeeial at­
l»ot« numbered one and two of section 31, in tention is paid to particular studies in behalf of
township 35 south..of muge 1 west; »dsn th«» l«»t children who have but a limited time. For fur­
nu iib«*rod 1 of section 0. intounrhij ?» s »uih. c»f ther particulars apply at the Academy.
rangeone west, containing in t, • a« r« s Price.
per acre.
N<> 17.
A conifoi tabic frame house with a very larg»»
lot in Jacksonville, in a good neighbor hood. f«»r
saloon reasonable terms; ha«a larg«*sitting r«»«»tn
with« gooti hro place, two g«>«»d bedroom« and«
kitcher . a gotal w«*ll of war r at the d«»«»r, woo«l
house etc. Price $<M).
No 18.
Lands in secti<»ne 7. 18.19.20, 29and Nl4<»f sec­
tion 3.», in township 35 south, range 1 w<*tst;evn-
tainim-T ll.W acre»; and lauds in secti«»n« U, 14. 23,
21 and 2.7. in townahip 35 south, of range 2 w«»st.
containing 1010acres. Ifnlloftho aiove men
tioned land should be sold in on«* body $6 p««r
acre i« the price, lfsold in quant it cs not Jess
than <0acr.«at $10 to .*15 p. r acre accordingto
i the quality and quantity of land sold, l enns,
third cash at time of sale, balance on tirn«
Corti-Shcllcr*, EanniiitX-Mills, \\ iit'l-.Mill*, l’liinp», Barbetl-Wire Sta­ «me
tosuit purchaser, (leferr-’d payments to bp sc-
Catalogue 8»nt Free on Application.
by a mortgage on th- premises. This laud
ples, <>i!* anil everything kept in a first-ela.-'S Machine anti Imple­ I enred
is mostly slightly r<»ll;ng«iay soil, and i» among
Addr—
CEO. STARRETT,
ment House. Also Stuver A: Walker's A'jeney and Headquarters for the best fruit lands in Jackson county.
W»lls WallW. T.
No. 19.
.Jackson county, <»re2"i>-
280acrre of improv« «1 Ian«! and 80 acr a tmini-
I’lea - • giv»' m ' a call before purchasing elsewhere, as I am pr.»ve<l in aection 1 <. township 35 south, rang'- 2
w«*t. l’i ice for the lot $20 per acre.
prepared to give lowest jiostiblc prices, and my gootls are first-class.
No 20.
Correspondenee respectfully solicited.
I»and in M*ction SB, t«»wr ship 35 <>nth. r.-.n'in 2
west
;
al««»
lands
in
secti«»*
*31 and i : • «mt:, half
JACKSONVILLE, OR
\\ .M. (i ATES, Central Point, Or.
of se«uion 80. t«»wnship 35 south, range 1 west
containing 1500 acr» s all tm'-» <1 wit ft n g »«si rail
Having permanently located he^e, I .offer my
fence and runs to Rogue r:v r W«ll J «• hol.l aervicr-B to the | eople of Southern Oregon.
cheap in lots t«» suit purclrwand at pric» * ac­
Ad
cording to th*1 selections math».
MOWERS BY THE CARLOAD !
WAGONS BY THE CARLOAD !
STOVES BY THE CARLOAD!
STAPLES BY THE CARLOAD !
NAILS BY THE CARLOAD!
KINDS,
Mechanics' Tools,
pKOMPT AITEN 1'ION given Io all i -nones*
1 connect«! with the Lan»! Olliee.
LAND AT BEDROCK PRICES.
THE RED HOUSE TRADE UNION, C. H. GILMAN, PROPRIETOR,
OILS OF ATI
M
Marchiò. Mailed Free
ri
PAINTS,
100,000 TRE j ES
J. C. WHIPI’.
ORECON ST. JACKSONVILLE, OR.,
General Contracter in
MAEBLE, STONE OE GB/.
Prompt Attention given V«all Older'!-• Mad.
LUCKEY & CO.,
A este. Pear. Fea ch.
Plum. P .'viue. Apricot
ir«-ctiU'ine. Chc-rry.
Alinnnà. Chestnut.
Ashland. Oregon.
IV.Jnu' and
nil • n •
(i RAPI VINE«. < UKR«N13, GOOSEBEIL
RIE«. BLACKBERRIES. RASPB1 R
Will 3tll, Rent, tat «ui tadle
Real-Estate on Coir.mis>i -n.
RIES, LTRAWi ERRlES. FIGS.
A Choice Colleetion of Cib and
CoDtrv Proverb for soie.
Our trncs art* yrr«»^.! without irrigation on rod
hill land. a”d all of ki.-.wn vaii«‘ti •« that succeed
in Southern < >re«on-
Those content iJatii.g tr. p planting will d«« well
viuit our «»i< i.r«l fin«! I : • ry.t r write to ue
for j*ric«‘-l!bt .»¿th* •».- t*i n*
Murphy. J «» ho -
¡»hint* r«»unty. Or«*4.o’i. < r to K R. Station.
Grant’«
Or.
A. H. » ARSON A EON
Any penkm wi'.hiug t<» - 11 «>p
it to th'dr inter "st tv call a >d • ••
NEW COODS, NEW PiUCES
JOHN MILLER,
AT
*
;• wil.' th •»
BONANZA.
. ti. o.MMAN. bCCC ESSOR TO J. O HUI-
»J • .k i .*t Co. >»f Botuu
E •-
'
■
ha« purchased a large and t»ib\class s ■< k of
gjods which are now on the whj from porti- ¡ «1,
and will be sold Cheap for Ce-'.. 1 very i*«i> in
invit«*d to call and examiue g«M*«lf and j> i - be­
fore purchasing elsewhere. You r.ui aivióy*. find
on hand a full line of
n •*
Fishing Tackle. Hardware. Paints, Oils,
Varnish. Glass. Cutlery. Etc., '
Clothing. Boots anil SLors.
Groceries. Hardw: ro
Jacksonville, Oregon.
and everything generally to bo found ir a find-
cla&s Country Store.
J AS 1IOHTON. Manager
Bonanza. April 18 1JÄ
aving famed to (I xhe oct my bus -
i: pc», in .htrk
I had vn«he<i to do,
1 ha\ • c «> du .'«> i‘*<i !<■
t »* m me on a larger
•-caletlian ever. 1
i . *■» . h Franribc«» recently,
w'.er«- i ¡’«i-t in
</
l-or bt an<1 bebt ht«M*kb
«*f a 1 kindb t.f E;r<-u n.t-, Amr..unit ion, Cutlery,
Hardwar • af.it '■»)«.»: .' u •• o *\«r brought to
thia m»irk« t.
.1 i t the lowest possible
price*.
I will gr.arm u A 1 - • G •»«!- fn I.-» ju.-t what
1 repreecni th<*m ’.• ! •. IL in*: thankful to mj
old cuatoirerr* f< r tl.* »r i*net patr«i:nIi:i‘ «<>liberal*
ly beM.’W-d. 1 Uirtii l r«**-y*<«:!»illy -o'i it a con-
tinaance of the e&m«.
JOHN Mil LEK.
H
ENGEL BROS.
DEALERS IN
General Merchaniii
Free Bridge Across i'cgue River
DRUGGISTS.
Nev; is ïcuj Timo to Qot
PHOENIX,
OREGON.
VE INVITE INSl’t'f TJÜN.
n.c
TWtfilY-SECOND YEAR.
ST. MARY’S ACADEMY,
SISTERS OF 1HE HOLY NAMES-
Carriaes
Wagons,
Busgies’
/
and Carts
Wheel and ieversihh Harrows»and Cultivators.
NOTICE.
ASHLAND HOOSE !
Opp Odd Fellows* Building.
jRYGOlHJS, iLCÎEÆ BATS CAPS
Main St., Ashland. Or
BOOTS and SHOES.
Hartes. Tinware Crockery,
T HIS WELL-KNOWN HOUSE. I N DLR THE
new management, will be i*..; duut<«i <*•, the
beat and moet popular plai «, no pa.t - 1« g
«pared to give general MtiFfaction. it co: tain«
comfortable «leepin« apartment»« «upj !n<i with
flingleand double bed«, making it a d — ho I j I«
place for the entertainineut «»f both traveler« and
f&mihea.
GBOCEBIES DHUGS
Tobacco, Cigars, Etc.
Tho Twl>lo
We have just r»'c< i v d a full sto« x in the above
tines of g«»o«ls. which w«* can sell cheaper than
lhey are sold anywlu’rc in southern Omg«>r,as we
have but very few exp«>ns<'s. Ail kinds of pro* Will always beeupplied with ti «> twn*t th.
afford«. *<v«d in »»yle that will ¡«h . . t
duce taken in exchange and
fastidious taF’e.
(NF*Hat«a eueonable an«i eat ¿«fact i'.n
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
teed.
J* J. STRAIT.
all«>we«l forsame. (’all a id t-ee for yoreelvee.
.1 A< <)BY BRO4
TREES.
miniati* »tor’« Nat ien.
In the matt »,• of tho «^ta*^«»" !!. W U ngla id.
No 2!.
A nicepi‘»c«'of 80 acres, two mii« s
Hill railroa»! st.i’io.i ami 1’4 imb-s from Ttdo,
improved with a «•neHoiy la x <lweHing->iou‘-e
2»ix3<l feet, four room«, lin< «1 and j apr!«-<l; aho a;
3i»xlt> feet. ptU.try.ho NP. smok • tit‘u>«'.
. in- 120 Room«, weit fnrni«hed. TLcLewt barn
work-shon an«i woo«!-h«»us •; I I acre*« under fence
ami in cultivation a young orchard of between
DOLLAR PER DAY HOUSE 30*J and 400 asso! tod fruit tr «’s. nv-tly H -b«rfr«l
peaches, the land twin : well adapted for fruit
in th« Stat«.
enough tiinlw-r for use < f p'.ace, near a good
school-lions»* and good outside range for cattle.
Price. il.’W.
Cur. 34 aud E Streets,
N’OTH E IS HEREBY GIVI '«’ rU\»' T!’l«
niidcrsigned Ita*
app«*in»i*d by th
county court of Ja< k.-on <• ‘urry. nr "!-* -, ritti g
in pr« »hat-*, »idministrator <>f the e
H.V. '
Hoagland, deci a«» *i.
All person* ind"b’c
O
j-*.«,
«iu«st«‘d to «etile th»»
rll
th«»se having «-bii.i s • t
i I I
sent them to nv at in » i
prvcinct. Jack*« n » •
• n
proper voucher- at»,
from the first public;.:
No Chine., employed anil no deviation in
share.».
Meal. 25 cents; lodging 25 rents to Mcente.
I'. LEWISTON Proprietor
P >!tTUAN I). OR.,
AND SEEDS
Are xeknowtedeed the beit. being hardier,
more productive »nd yield belt.r crop*.
»INK ILLCdTRATED CATALOGVE
CAiUARD'S ORCHESTRA
OF ASHLAND, OR.,
Late of California,
Clcr ;isos the Kasai Passages. Al-
1 ys I. flammation. Ilcalr, tho Sores.
Done in aanperior manner and at price#« to huh
tho time»». I refer to the job« t»f painting 1 have
pr .iomiy done for recommendation. Satisfac­
tion guaranteed.
Give me a trial and judge for yon*»elf
Order* left r ? Merritt’s New (’aah Store wh’
receive prompt attention
I
T J. CRESS.
A No. 1 gram sr»l stock farm of :I'J> acre*, five
miles fr»»m Central Point railroad siston acai
six miler fram M diord railroad st.-itioi ; all lev, I.
black lai.d nnd melodi witli a fence nine rails
high, and all un'ler cultivation. Iinprov»-.| with
a mi.all dwellirs-hoiw. r. barn xTO f .. t. l-.rg»»
grsrarj. a good spring w'.i»-h furia'he. pienti of
water for dome-tic and stock pnrp-ro-, ilo.
far-ii > »- iiìm -** p 'itile of b-iog divided into two.
Ihr»*- »»r four fumo. a>* t very acre of it i- good
land and near a ech »<•! and p-mtottice. Title p. r.
f*ct Price. SS’Li«.1 per acre
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C-^.F£MRY3 C.O.,Dc!ro*t, ’
EST'f-AY NOTICE.
4 ä
Restores tho Senses of Taste, Stnoll
and Hearing.
A nsilicle Isnnplh'.l iatOMchncxtrH and
I G *K* rcablr. PrireuOr. nt IJriii ni*<. *>r bv
tni.*l. ELY BROTHER* ,56 Warren St..New Yort
TT3
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emul :
So <11hgul««d that it * an
tltgewved, and asUuULu«£
r
«enaKive «tomarht ví L íj » t»ó-
cannot br lo'rrattd; ur-t* I ’
bln at ton or ihr oil tolîh î ;
phite« is mark moi e <«.; • ? • • u<
Kratvrkable ss a fi*sii ptsc
PcrsoES gala raplCfy .hi u ; it
SOOTT8 EMULSIONE
Physicians to be the Finest - ’ E > t x , i.
ratn.ii in tho world for Ü.c r» u-1 and c '.r. of
COf43USfiPTlON, CCRCrir. A,
CENERAL DEBILITY, WAbliGC
DISEASES, KMAOIATiON.
COLDS Kr.d CHPCNÎC COLC1HS,
TA» çreet mm?-/ /<w c
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in CMliíicx ' .
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j WHOLESALE and RETAIL SEEDSMAN.
Dissolution Kotice.
UGT1CK IS IIKBEHY GIVES
THAT
I HE
^,.11 ,"rt J • Il w illiair, il.unk- » *,-r .-rul ;i i r-
rantile bari****at Gnld Hill .1».
Oregon, nnd.r the firm.nr.m.- oflU.l.erA VOL
l»-.nl»-n. Fl»»«- r *<■ »! 1 >.-ld s. ,
c|<1T,.r Alfn|. Imm*. :» mutnnll, <li.*o|ved J H. M »num
will
«>D«ina« the htwm.e*« *t the nui » p 1» c «
f . ..............................
<»tr . i :■ all vaniti«
ing *11 debt* and nolleclug Gl nutM»i ding
and lot» t«> butt.
«ccoont*
end ei.dlt*
,- t,, klt fDi
Larg.et ami m<«d co:-ip'»»•.* dock m the N .rth-
woet.
A A liASHOli.
Men-hwit. furmiTF *-,<1 ur.-ilners are r..iu.»ted
Dated thin 25th d*y of Januar,-. I n J. ’
to writ«* for pnee.“.
Illustratiti l'atiiLiiie Mailed Free.
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35 Front St.. Fcrtland, Cr.
WRY 4 CO r-
u* «- n. » !n gatto I • »
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Atmest as Pa!, t. i. ,
Try the Cure
HOUSE PAINTER
of tho Jar."-»*« . .i * m
Ko
CoaiAisisi »«Ur th«
vsHwlJM, aiatl«4 trw« oa »rpU-
MQoo. WAITS FOB IT.
A farm of 121 a,-r<-r. all l-’V.-l la--‘l. feu* tnib-e
from
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r-.-. l «* .t >n. all
z- I*- M-Au’sr a » oo.,
Aronovr prep-tred to ftirninh the l>efit «*f nrnaic
tor public or private P-rtn-8. Ball*, Pic ice, 4c , with rail fence .1.-1 ov»-r 1 u icrt*t m .-nltivation.
F iowists ARO StiDSMER,
8 t . P aul , M» rr .
Hlaek
*<»il
rni-r.
T-
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u
at any point on tlin coast.
All the new popular music in plnvad by this 21x21’art w.th four r-*». ..'. a o . 2 ..- fe- l.
wood-houec 2* xJi f»a-r. u.-t.r .-» goral-claatl. t-.-.-o
Orchestra.
H uri'nr f>npl'»yc<l a lnrge ntrnbe- r mnaicians go«al welle of water a- I *r>»—l.. i--i,i.* rang-- for
stock.
Govt rmneut title. Fi ire j-S.-Vn) cash.
we are abl® to furnieh any number of bands.
Any inMnimonte or h caller famished toother
pxMETo rit::
rii'»'; » rotn. two hand- .All orders by mail or telotfraph prompt­
ly attended to Tenn» alwaym rp.iflonabu». Ad-
Partiee wishing to purcLii«-'' arr «>f th»* above
V mib** no»th of J... k>'»~rille. 1.*» Julv.
PKOF GANIAKD.
lands, can «top off at Milford, where they will
whit* heifrr with a r ■! i.<-a i
»,.-.*gt a»n»ut 15
Ashlanrl <'r.
be rnet at the railr««! d depot on the arrival of
mouth* old. ma-k ' urith an und«*n»!op» , nndv.r-
tra’n« by M« ««r*
Wrigley and Gotkl trd. real
bit and elit la left «ar atxl a smooth crop « »ff
estate ah'en»« who will rorv* > th* rr in g«M»d
ngli^e ir Brr.nd uninteUighb
i >. ». jviht - a ill
I !» en fife In PhilagetvhlB
»»bnpe to any of the lundn I hare fur «ale. fr»-«» of
pay charge« and lake th« anin-al away.
at the NewspajiMr Aaver
cl arge for convevance
Si I .AS J . DA Y,
M ABM8TR0NG.
JBCkffooviUe, Oregon, O«t 25,
J acks*vn ville. Feb. 7, lwö.
jasará
HEAD
rly’s Cream Balm
Free Buses t: ancL fr:m the Hotel.
northern grown plants
HAYFEVE
T. J. CRESS,
Houso Painting, Paper Hanging
Frescoing, Kaisomining, Etc.,
l ;
CATARRH
Seeds»
InipleiiBiits, Egg-Food, Etc.
market
. moet
.
COLLEGE,
t'.mnl, Oree•.
i i.fîKMt.
ri'y. Busrr
»:. Penmanship De ft
i : t a» y tim«». <
< I i r Hi Misbip sent 1’
A. F. AKMbTBI»«» Frin.
Important Nolic».
A'íLl.hSHí)!!>,‘ kxowin «! TI.ETD ! v ; s
NEW BOOK of fraul, !» .e«)»ery u»:*l t Hentare
«Gte.u John Noland ,1..
Sirin’ 1^1 nolifi*«! to *. I th- ,
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7, Affi “’’’Li?., "rd. htl..»,.*) for,;.. .»Uf..at
■ il e
1,1 ,,"df"rd. witLout tur :-r... I , a J
I hereby eave co- f «
K. NOI. AN I
Adminivtrstrix of k».fd Ertala.
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in ui-kn» « -. I hi -.I--, I »■li-
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FROM POLE
TOURS ROUHD
- THE WORLD.
For Sale.
1? da>. um» given Agent* without uapitsl