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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1889)
0 íkial Paprr ícr JatkMw. Jnirpbiiif & Lakt
..MARCH 21, 1889.
1’iiK tailure ot the eopjier syndicate in
Fiance has almost precipitated a finan
cial crisis there, an.I a number of banks
interested in the trust have snsjiended
Eil-»P mrmdbnt » C leveland ,
l>ani; «l by ex-Sccretariert I airchild. Vila*
an«l Bayard, departed laat Munday for a
tour u( Cuba. They wi‘1 lx? gone ten
«Uv« ur two w.-k-.
T he supposed murderer, Tascott, on
whose truck the detectives have been
travelling in Canada for the past ten
days, turns out to be only the criminal’s
"double,’' and the real Tascott is still a
fugitive from justice.
Titz Brownsville woolen mills will
soon be removed to Albany, Linn coun
ty, the citizens of that enterprising tuwu
having raised a sufficient won us to induce
the removal. Water power from the
bantiam liver will lie employed.
I n the present era of high prices for
desirable lands it beh' oves the immigrant
huuieseeker to carefully investigate the
merits of land in the Holman addition
to Jacksonville, where lies some of the
choicest fruit lands to be found in the
whole of southern Oregon.
A n incendiary in Grant county on the
15th burned 800 tona of hay on the Dia
mond ranch, belonging to Peter French,
a noted cattle man. Subsequently the
man was discovered in the act of firing a
haystack and was beaten until almost
insensible, and may die from his inju
K ohkkt S ikobl , son oi General Frauz
S.egei, charged with irregularities while
clerk in the pension agency at New York,
pleaded guilty befuie the I'mted States
commissioner last Thursday afternoon,
an I was remanded for sentence to-day.
The penalty for the two forgeries speci
fied in his arraignment is twenty year’s
lxi>tc.s honk are that the great storm
is about at an end. Kej>orts received at
the office of the Southern Pacific com
pany at San Francimo, March 18, show
that the thermometer is rising rapidly
along the line north of San Francisco and
m < begun. From one to two inches of rain
fell last week throughout this district,
but it did little damage to railroad tracks,
a- ,t was confined principally to the val
Til. church-bell ringing ceDtennial of
this glorious and otherwise immense
country will take place on the morning
or April 30th next, at » o'clock, and it is
earnestly hoped that everyone having a
church bell in good running order will
pull the rope at that hour. Just one
hundred years ago on that auspicious
morning inaugural honors were heaped
on "The Father of his Country," and the
peuple assembled together topray for the
sin cess of his administration.
A m ino the first measures to receive the
attention of the party ill power is a prop
osition to double the compensation of
benators and representatives in congress.
The powers that be propose to make
things hum while they have control of
all three branches of government and re
ly un pulitical assessments to perpetuate
themselves in office when the wrath uf
the people descends upon them. With
singular unanimity the U. S. senators ot
that parly advocate the inciease of sal
D kvcloi - mknts last week disclosed the
fact that the recent gold excitement in
lower California was all a hoax, and
that the International Laud Company was
at the bottom of the fake. It was neces-
raryfor them to have a certain number
of men at this lime in lower California,
in order to save the concession made to
them by the Mexican government, and
the only feasible plan to get them there
was to get up a mining scare. So the
credulous prospectur ur miner was made
to suffer ouce more fur bis credulity.
Tux Oregonian complains bitterly that
the southern negroes "do not seem to
affiliate with people who were not slave
holders." Yet the same journal devel
ops political rabies every lime that the
possibility is suggested ol an occasional
southern negro voting the Democratic
ticaet. The truth of tfie matter is that
the southern negroes are beginning to
discriminate between true and false
friends, and prefer to remain.among and
vote to sustain the interests ot those
whom they have learned have their own
wel .re at heart, even thougli the law
<..o ouce give the master corj>oreal con
trol of the slave. ______
W hy Portland should have oilered
such costly baits to members of the late
legislature is unaccountable, save that
the Multnomah delegation was more
powerful, and realized its power, to make
almost any kind of trade that cauie in
sight. In fact one representative from
Jackson county said to us that the Med
ford wagon-road scheme was batched up
in Portland, only bo far as he could see,
to force the Jacksun county delegation
to vote for the Bull Kun scheme.— Ko»«-
bnrj Kceuui. [The people would like to
know who that Jackson county legislator
was that told that “whopper" and so
cruelly imposed upon Bro. Bell.]
JOSENllSF. COl'XTY ITEMS.
Ctuw. Getty, lately ot Kan<uu, has lo
cated on Applegate.
The Boulon troupe will |>erfurni at
tiranl’a l’ais on tlie 231.
Young Joe- Lewis shot himself through
tlie hand a few days ago.
The daughter of B. McArthur arrived
from Kansas last week.
Win. Newman of Althousc is ill,suffer
ing with a cancer on liis face.
There are quite a numlier of new com
ers, most of whom are from Kansas.
K. N. Baker’s stay at Grant’s Pas* was
al.uiit as ehoit as it was anywhere else.
A. M. Jess is meeting with much suc
cess in canvassing for his <opyiiix-lsK.-k.
W. E. Bagley staitid f
Mie u '.in
last wci k, aiter a sliui t s' ,v at L>.a»i't
Bev. Mr. Junes of l*r.tinhas sneeftd- d
Kev. J. S. M< t am as pastor in clt.irgi; of
Tlie Caldwell propetty on Williams
creek will be sold at sheriff's sale on
April 13th. .
G. W. Sheldon, who has been mining
on Applegate, left for ltis old home in
niinois this week.
Major Burke, who has been at Fort
Klamath on offic’al business, has re
turned home, lie was accompanied to
Ager by several parties irom the post.
Poe valley lias been divid *d into two !
di'-liicte, which should have b.en done
long ago. The n<-w di triet is numbered
20, and it will soon have a new schcol-
Miss Alice Burnett, of Corvalli», last
week went to Klamath county, in com
pany with her brother-in-law, Arthur
Langell, and will probably teach school
in Langell valley.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ilamaker of Link
ville celebrated th-ii 20th (China) wel
ding anniversary on the 11th in-t. Ttieir
immer us fri-n is w'sh them tn it y I a;>py
returns of tin event.
! th •
Th- cT.titv cu t ii ■ jhh ;>
tune 1->I l.enr.ni _• I - arplii ati 'ii- of Jan
Lo an, •("!/, u :■ I 1>. i‘. 1' o u u !, et <il ,
tor i lie cont r i! «■I Kia ;i.i'h iiv-r, nrtil
Ap il 8, 18811. 1: is a v.J'.ia! I- liaueiiirc
and should nut be given away.
rsg'vi nnotice toall those
who do no not wish to jav extia eoete
anil mileage that they must jiav their
a~> 4/4 il I,
IWCV ■ ha
io will be
| ComiK.|ied to force collection after that
' Mrs. J. P. Robert, of Linkville, who
Strengthens \ thelNerves,
Stimulate sjth^j Liver¿t
:io a . M. L ■«>
U Pl i’. M.
(*’ i . X. .;
AGENTS FOR JUDSON MFC CO.’S
CELEBRATED VICTOR MOWERS
MOWERS BY THE CARLOAD !
WAGONS BY THE CARLOAD !
STOVES BY THE CARLOAD!
STAPLES BY THE CARLOAD 1
NAILS BY THE CARLOAD!
PP lì I
? and Carts
Wheel and ileversibh Harrows-and Cultivators.
Corn-She!lets, Fanning Mill-, Wind Mills, 1’iunps, Barbed Wire Sta
ples, Oils and everything kept in a Hrst-ela.ss Machine :ut<l Imple
ment House. Also Staver & Walker’s Agency and lkndtpiarters fur
Jackson county, Oregon.
Bo?“ Please give me a eaii before purchasing elsewhere, as 1 am
REMEDY, prepared to give lowest p .ssiblc prices, ami my goods are first-class.
Correspondence respectfully solicited.
W M. GATES, Central Point, Or.
HAVE YOU GOT PILES
The BUYERS’GUIDE is
issued March and Sept.,
each year. It is an ency-
elopedia of useful intor-
Cor. 3d und E Streets,
mation for all who pur
chase the luxuries or the
neoeealtits of life. We
can olothe yon and furnish you with
120 lh-oms, weh furnished. Tl«ebe><
all the necessary and unnecessary
appliances to ride, walk, dance, sleep,
PER DAY HOUSE
eat, Osb, hunt, work, go to church,
or stay at home, and in various sizes,
in the State,
styles and quantities. Just figure out
what Is required to do all these things
COMFORTABLY, and you can make a iair
estimate of the value of the BUYERS’ I No I hir.es» employed and no deviai ion in
GUIDE, which will be sent upon I ohargee.
receipt of 10 cents to pay postage,
M<«lh 25 cents ; lodging 25 i-et.le to lucente.
Free Buses to and from the Hotel.
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
K. LEWISTON Proprietor
Ul-114 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Ill.
OF ASHLAND, OR.,
OÏ.CS OF ATI
Unimproved; well watered, and
place to make a good home.
Farms, Village Lets, Improved
and Unimproved for
Salo or Rent.»
TO’JRIST SLEEPING CARS,
For accommodation of Second ('lass Passengers,
attached to Expt ess Trains.
W«»t Side Division.
Lowest Ruling Prices.
-MAIL TKAI.KH DAILY ( EXCEPT SI NDAY. I
Give me a call before coing cleewh.-re.
J. C. 8UERIDAN.
1I1.TW 111.A 1*0It 1 I, is» 1 « lllll lI.LIH
Arrive 6^5” P.-M.
40Ü acres. 73UA. M. Leave Portland
12:25 p. m Arnv« Corvallis
ta-HVe 1.30 p. M.
Unimproved, level, rich «nie« nnd fruit land ;
running water; title donation claim. A great
At Alltany and ( 'orvallirf connect with trains of
bargain ; 7 miles out of Central l’oiat.
Oregon Pacific Railroad.
EXPRESS T11AIN DAILÏ (EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
Mostly fenced in grain fields, meadow, pasture,
orchard an«l gacden ; all neb. black, aliuvnd
»oil; about 1UU acre» of plow land ; three spungs
of pure water ; wtream flowing through the place ; THROUCH TICKETS t > all points,
variety of fruit ; large.counnodiou»-
SOUTH «L EAST,
dwelling-bouH«», largo bam and nuinorous out
buildings. No better location for stock ranch
in Oregon, bummer range inexliaubtible; fif
For informali<»n reganimg rates, maps,etc.,call
teen in ¿let from railroad depot.
on (’«impany’s agej.t hi Medford
E. P. ROGERS.
Ast. G. F. A P Ag't.
A fine farm near Eagle Point. pr..all fenced.
100acres in cultivation, excellent house, g«>«»d
barn and other outbuildings, 125 fruit true». No. A. U CAUSON.
1 mill-site, good well, living springs, stream of
General Contractor in
water flowing through and a sybtem of irrigating
ditches by means of which 50 acres of land may
be irrigated Excellent bargain. Terms cash.
8ix miles Bouth of Grant’d I’asN. JowepbiDe
480acre»—200 acres rich, lev«»l, bottom land,
Coin ty, Oregon.
cl«M«red ; 10 acre» feuced ; small house and sta
ble; bearing orchard of choice Varn-ty of apple«» ;
2h” acres of pdlow and sugar-pine timber : good
site for saw mill ; good roads summer and win
ter Evans creek runs on the east boundary of
san! land and can
utilized for irrigatmn Hix
miles from R. K. de(»ot; one-fourth mile from
school and poatoflice Price $F2 per acre.
Prompt Attention given to all
1500 acres, unimproved ; all level, rich, lx»tt«>m
land ; well watered, pledty of timber, ami can
In stock, consisting<»f
la» ma<le the best dairy ranch in the state of Ore
gon ; 23 mile» from Astdand. Price $6 per acre.
Term», half cash in hand, imlance on easy terms.
177 acr«*»; 90 acres fenced and in cultivation.
House, barn, orchard, meadow, one-half interest
in water ditch ar <i wat»T-nght, and a system of
irrigation by which 125 uervs may be irrigated.
Stream of water running on north boundary of
the place. Ten miles from the county-seat, und
one and a half miles from postoflice and school,
house Price $3600.
f HAVE l'OR SALE THE FOLLOWING DE
1 scr I m . property :
One huudred and sixty acres of No. 1 choice,
level land, over one-half enclosed with a sub
stantial fence; one of the very best fruit and
vegetable ranches in the county; rich, sandy
loam, watered by Ap'degam creek ; improved
witliHgissi dwelling-house with six rooms ; a
good log Iwirn, granaries and othoroutlruilibngs,
two hundred bearing fruit trees,assorted varie
ties, mostly fall and winter apples, plenty of
small fruits, nmr a cool school, goisl outside
range for stra-k ¡government litle. Price, Z5HJU;
halt cash, balance in one and two years, deferred
payments to be secured by a mortgage on the
A goo.I farm of 2 imi acres on Evans crook, in
the Meadows. Improved with a dwelling l’ix‘24
fett with tive rooms, u barn and
...... . Htablea.
acres fenced, 40 acres in cultivation, well water
ed and a tiue outside range for stock. A No. 1
stock faun. Price fifteen dollars er acre, cash,
Four miles from Central P dnt rail road stat ion.
a stock farm of 160 acre«, on a county road, alxiut
forty acre«»of which ih good gram land and forty
acres good fruit land. Improved witha dwell
ing-house. Title perfect- Price, $85U.UU, <^uh.
A fine steck and grain farm of 400 acres; 360
acres under fence; three hundred acres farm
laud; one hundred acres pasture am! w<xxl land;
ten acres of a gooc1. young orchaid and a
nice young vineyard; two dwelling hou»eb,
two good well» on (he p'ace. There will
be s«jld with thin farm a large amount of
agricultural implement«« and »«»me household
furniture; also some garden tools. All go with
th«» plac»« Good outbid«* rung« for etuck. Price,
$.5,500; half cash, balance in two ««¡ual yearly
payments, to draw legal interest from Jay of
sal«*, to besecured; or all ca»h, at option of the
purchaser, l’hie land is situated west of theDeb-
inger Gap. Title perfect. A good home
The west half uf the southwest quarter and the
southwest quarter <»f the northwest quarter of
section 3”, township 36 south,of range one east;
also the south half of the eoutheaet quarter anti
northwest quarter of th»» southeast quarter anti
northeast quarter of aouthweet quarter of sec
tion 15, towiibhip 37 south, of range 1 east, con
taining 282 acrea tuall. Price, five dollart» per
Forty acres of timber land close to trie r«»unt>
road leading to the Big Butte saw-niill; valuable
chiefly for rail timber, Government title. The
owner is out of the stnto and the land will be
sold for live d »IJars per acre, cash- A tmrumn
fw«> hu. dr»‘d and f«>rty acre«» »ixty acres
f«»nced an«i in < ultivatim.; improved with a nice
bear n»g «>r«: hard «>f fine. ai*8ort«si fruit tree»; a
tlwelling-hou»«». a barn and other outhoubee.
l w«i »trvan;» uf waler run thr«>ugh thin ptace. It
is Hiuw’eptib!«* of being divide«! into tw«> piece«
of oue hundred and twenty acre» each. The
north half <»f this placi* is unimproved. The im
prov* d 61* acre» are worth $l.tk>”. The other
IS.i acres, $V(X)-UU. Four mile» from Central Point
railroad station. Till«* perfect.
A farm of 12t'. acres, improved with a comf.irt-
alile dwtllirig; ten acres fenced and in enltiva.
tion, willi a living spring near the dwelling, tine
ot the very best stock ranges in the county.
Yank-« creek tlows through thiB land. Title
perfecl. Price. Fs'.V,
A g«s«l plain of P.i acre*. improvo<l with a
go,st. new r—otence. Kara and granary; about
aixty acres te-ecal, with an orchard ot about one
hundred ass-i.’ed frmt tree*; one large spring
and other em-dler ouve on the farm. Yankee
creek runs through the place. Splendid enw-k
range, will» government title. Price, f luti cash.
A brick house and large lot in Jacksonville,
with a stable A coinfortabk* home, and rille
l-erf- cr. Price. F'>‘.. »Au cash and lialai.ee m
three equal payiuent* of six. twelve and eighteen
r.onihs. deterred i-ay merits to draw ten per cent.
A comfortable frame Incise in Jacksonville
for sate or rent on reasonable terms; three risen,
and kitchen; located on 1’hird street, and has a
g iisi w.-ll ot »at. i at th.- door, with all necessa
ry outhouus- Will b<-sold cheap, as the owner
is in eastern Oregon and Ims no further use tor
* O. 12.
A g«H»d lihle f irm of 160 acres near Antioch
school house. Improved witha gooddw lling-
hou•»•,. stables, etc., ■»" acres fenced, a tine, young
bearing orchard and also a vineyard in a bearing
condition; will ba sold forM.’ ^e, a go<xi bargain
A düMruble Iwwly of good land cheap, being the
\ E'< «>f Sr l4 R’ltl t he SE 4 of 8EI-4. a«c 33. tp 34
8.U4W the NW' y t.f S\\'< and the HW g of
SW‘4, nee 34. tp 34 S. li 4 W; the SWt-4 of NW1-4
ar.«i th« B‘a of NE1 I, mt 8, tp3.‘> S R4W;the
M I 4 ofNEl-4 M . 4. tp . S. K4 W. 322.57 arrow
in all. ai.fi ljfg in Pleasant crook precinct,
■lacknon co! nty. Price. $15 per acre.
J. C. WHIPP,
OREGON ST. JACKSONVILLE, OR.,
MAEBLE. STONE OR GLANZTE.
Cemetery Work a Specialty
LUCKEY & CO.,
Auple. Pear. Peach.
Plum. Prune. Apricot
13 acres set in alfalfa, balance b ft of vineyanl
and orchard land, tine large spring of pure water
«»n the tract, good location for a small dairy with
good out range, situM«*d adjacent to the corpor
ate limits of Jacksonville an«! 5 miles from Med
SHfiDE AND ORNAMENTAL TREES
GRAPE VINES. CURRANTS. GOOSEBER
5h< acres, all fenced and lu cultivatior
.¡mated in the t,< art <d llogm. river vall.-y, one
mile from Central Point depot. Three comfort-
abledwellings and 3 burrs are on tine tract, also
an orchard ora choice variety of fruit. The soil
i-free, rich black loam, and will grow alfuifa
Will I— eol<l as a whole or
subdivided into 3 farmsof 2i il.H>7.l7iMu-r>- tracts,
rhereis no waste land on this tract, and i. with
out question one of the larat farms in Jack-on
county. For terms and prices call or, or address
the undersigned at Jacksonville or a' Medford
to Fans, Johnson A Er ford.
Manufacturer and D«ul«*r in
A Choice Collection of City and
Country Propsrty for sale.
NEW GOODS, NEW PRICES
. n. «HTMAN. Kl< i 'ISSOR TO J. Q. HAM-
J • skerA «<». of Bonm.zs. Klamathcountj . Or.,
has jiurcliai-ed a large amt hret-clsse stock or
K.xel-wljeh are now on the way front Portiere),
and will be sold I'l,eap for t'ash. Kveryiesiy i.
mvittsl to call and examine floods and priree )-e-
fore parchai-ina elbswliere. Yon can always bnd
on hand a full line ot
IJCF** 1 have Great Bargains to offer an«i it
will pay you t«» keep a cloae watch «»n this apace
for the next six months for Special Bargain». If
you have any property for sale, come and see me
anti 1 will do rry best for you.
Office on Culifurnia street, opposite 81«>ver
Clothing. Boots and Shoes.
Groceries. Hardwi re .
evo*ythina generally to be f«»uud ina first-
Jacksonville, Oregon. and
diuse l ountry Store.
JAR. MORTON. Mauser
failed to « lose out my ru ^-
Bonanza. April 18 lbtvi.
ineiM< in JackiMiuvill«». a* I luui wisbetl to do,
1 La . « runrlutb’d t«>«’’ 11 t:»'i « same on a largftr
»calcthan «ver. 1
in S’.n Francib*-«« recently,
wher«* 1 l.’ti'i in «>:i <«f Hi« I . _■ .-t and bivt Mockr
«»fail ki!t«ii> </ Fi.A uiiiun.i'tn. Cutlery.
Hanlwi.r»'S|K itn . tromi- , v« r brought to
this market. Goo ir tol l at the lowt*bt possible
I will ku - r .nt.
tr « (’.Ht.. bfju-t what
I represent them ;«>!«*. lb mu » thankful to my
old cuhtomer- f«»r tl • ir p; r-t pat r;.n«gc to IH mth F
ly b«*bt »w«*«i, 1 would T-ectfullv solicit a con
tinuance of the same.
Fres Bridge Across Rcgue River
Now is Ycur Time to Set
VE INVITE INSPECTION
ASHLAND HOUSE I
BOOTS and SHOES,
Main St., Ashland, Or
Hardware, Tinware Crockery.
Tobacco, Cigars, Etc.
HIS WELL-KNOWN HOUSE under the
new management, will be conducted on the
find m<*t p«»pular plans, no ¡»sirs beili«
spare« I to give general saiisf act ion. Jt contai!»
comfortable sleeping aj«artin«*nts supplied with
single and double beds, making it a desirable
pia««- for the entertainment of Ijoth travelers and
We have/i«* rerHiv«*«! a full st*»« b in !:.«• «!•«•%«
tines of g«K*tls. which w -can sell ch< ai»*»r than
lh«y are sold any where m southern Or«g«»r. ns w«>
have but very f« w exp«1’ -♦•«. All kinds of pro
Will nlwwys bo supplied with tbs boot the u.srket
The bcholastir year of tl.is school will com duce taken in exchange ami
aftonfs. served in style tLal will plena? tlie must
Lots numbered one and two of section 31, in mence about the end of August, and is divided in
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
township 3."» south, of range I west; alsotliplut four sessions of ten weoks each,
Jpr- llatei. «•■sellable and satisfaction gtiaran-
numbered 1 of sectionB in towii'-hip 36 a >uth, of Hosni and tuition, per term...........
ran reone wc -t. containing in all (Mi acres. Prion, Music............................. ........................
15 (X) allowed for same, ('all und f «'“ for yors«*’ves.
J. J. STRAIT. Prop.
JA( O14Y BROS
$C> per acre.
Drawing and Painting .....................
. 8 00
Bed anil Bedding ............................
A comfortable frame house with a very large
lot in Jar kt?«»nville. in a good neighborhood, for
saloon reasonable terms; has a large sitting room
with a good fire-place, two good t>«<drooins and a
kitchen, a g«»«»«l well of water at the door, wood
house etc. Price $*<0u.
Lan «is in sections 7, 18.19.20, 29 and N’Hof sec
tion 3.’. in township 35 south, range 1 west;con.
taining 1136 acres; ini«i lands in sections 12.14, 23,
24 and 2.’. in township 35 son’ll, of range 2 west,
containing 1010 acres. If all of the aiiove men
tioned land should be sold in one body $6 per
acre is the price. If sold in quantities not less
than 40 acres at $10 to $15 per acre according to
the quality and quantity of land sold. -Terms,
one third cash at time of sale, balance on tiin«
tosuit purchaser, deferred payments to be re-
cured by a mortgage on the premises. Thia late?
is mostly ahght ly rolling clay soil, and is among
the befct fruit land.« in Jacks«’!! county.
2H0 acres of improv« d land and 80 acres unim
proved in siM'tton 1 township 85 south, range 2
w *t. Price for the ’ot $2 Iperaore,
Jjnndin section 38, township 35 u>n(li. range 2
west;also kinds in sections31 and the south half
of sec ion 8 h . township 35 south, range 1 west,
containing 15”” arr< s. all tenc.Ml with a good rail
fence aid run« to Rogue river. Will Unsold
cheap in lots to suit purchaser», and at prices ac
cording to the selections made.
SISTERS OF THE HOLY NAMES
Primary Department.............................. ..........| 5 U0
Benior and Graduating Department.............. 1<> (M
Pupik- are received at any time, and special at
tention is paid to particular studn s in behalf of
children who have but a limited time.
ther particulars apply at the Academy.
¡Grass. Clover, Alfalfa and Sanfbiii
anís, Egg-Food, Etc.
C’Htaloguo Kent Free on Application.
Walin Walla. W. T.
House Painting, Paper Hanging
Frescoing, Kalsonining, Etc.,
Try the Cure
Almost as Falaiable as Milk.
Ko (*.l»guk«d that it enu be tal en,
digested, »nd asstmilwtrd by the most
•enslUve stomach, when the plain oil
«annot be tolerated: and by the com
bination of the oil with the hypopaw»-
phites is much more elrtcacious.
Clcr nsc8 the Nasal Passages. Al
lays ? lllammation. Heals the Soros.
!•’ stores the Senses of Tasto, Smell
BMMiksH? as • fiisl prvuxecr.
Person? f*lx ihp UI j while taking II.
SCOTT'S EMULSION >« «ckn >«l<ilged bj
A particle Is applied iute each nytril and I PI>Tsicia> n to be the Fiaeni i nJ !’>■ 't prep*-
1 ugrraaldr. Price .»Oc. nt Dru^giM« or by
ration in th« world for the reli, i and cure uf
* * d. ELY BiiOTllERS/x» Warren t>u.New York*
CENERAL DEBILITY, WASTINC
COLDS and CNRONiC CCUCHS.
K J- BOWEN.
The great remedy ftnr Co-nsitmpf'ian^ unQ
' Wasting in Children» ¿¡old ly all Druggists»
WHOLESALE and RETAIL S1HSJIAN.
Sii 7 ont St., Portland, Cr.
axes for the year i * n 8 are now
due an«l pay»')]»* and will become d«*lin-
after April 1. luhM An early payment of
Illustrated Citalojue Hailed Free.
- TO - - - POLE;
i THE WORLD.
4 IX PERSONS KNOWING TilF.liSl.LVLH
.A infiebted to the otnte of John N«»tand, <!«•-
c«'H-rd. mi « hereby notified to *< tiJe the ¿«me
with H llnirdt ’rawford, attorney for the ertat«. at
hi«- udiee in M<nlford. eitboat further <!« b»y anj
Administratrix of «aid Estate.
Ashland, - - - - Oregon.
Last Notice io Tuxpayers.
same is requested, as it will be peceseary to turn
over rtA'f* and «M'h«M>j taxes t<» r«»unty treasurer
(tan:- . i -t -
i Field Heed . IT<*rcr, Alfal- within the time specified by law The law in r» -
fa, (> ■
etc., etc., ir all lanetiee ! !ation to collection of taxo will be strictly cn-
Done in a superior manner aflid at prices to suit ai!«i
k»t!* to suu
the times. 1 refer to the jobs of painting 1 have
l^rc-et anti most complete h « ck in ¿he North-
JAMES G. BIRDrtr Y,
previously done for recommendation. Baiisfar- west
_ Sheriff of Jackson Ccunty. OtcM*!
tx«>n g u a ran teed.
Merchants, farmer*’ and gnrdners arc requested
J:.« kr<»nvilJe, Or , February 27, IHri*.
ir g ive me a trial and judge for yourself.
to write for prices.
Orders left at Merritt’s New (’ash Htore wiU
receive prompt attention
T J. CRESS.
Late of California,
OF PURE COD LIVER OIL
T. J. CRESS,
A farm of 124 acres, all love] land, faur mile«
from (’entral Point railroad station, all fenced
with rail fence and over lid acres in cultivation.
Black soil, improved with a dwelling-house
2lx. l feet with four rooms, a barn SRuB f«- t.
wood-house 2» xJ) feet, uear a good school, two
good well« of water and good outside range for
st«>ck. Guvtrnimud titlib Price$3,500 cash.
A No. 1 grain nn<! stock farm ”f 320 acres, five
miles from Central Point railroad stat’on and i
six miles from M« d.ord railroad station; ail level,
black land and enclosed with a fence nine rails
high, nnd all under cultivation. Improved with
a small dw«dling-h«>use, a Imm 3”x30 fe**t. large
granarj . a go«si spring wiach furnishes plentv of
water for dome tic and stock purposes. This
fnr’n is susceptible of being divided into two.
permanently located here, I offer my
three or four farms, as every acre of it is g«>od
land and near a school and postoflice. Title per. service«» to the 1 eople of Southern Oregon.
feet Price, $30,00 per acre
A. r. AHBvIB0.Mi.PriR.
ST. MARY’S ACADEMY.
31, in tp 36 south, of range .1
east, containing 1*1” acr *s and being in clese
proximity t«» M<-< ’alliste» ’«celebrate«! springs on
llutt»» creek. Pi ice $10 per acre. A first-class
Will Sell, Rent, Lose and Handle
RIES. BLACKBERRIES. RASPBER
RIES. STRAWBERRIES, FIGS.
40 acre» under fence and cultivation. Irrigat
ing ditch with sutlicient water to irngat«« 40 acres
Our trees are gr«jwn without irrigation on red
and the balance easily clear«*«!, all first-class
land. Situates! on Evans creek 2^1 miles from R. hill land. an«i all «»f known varieties that succeed
R. depot,good roads summer and winter. This in Southern ()r«*g«>n.
Those contemplating tree planting will «io well
is a bargain.
to visit our orchard and i«ur. • ry. <•! write to ue
80 acr«s. for price-list. A<i«ir»*s«- t«« m* at Murphy. Jose
All level and rich button land. 15 acres under phine county. Oi« g«*n. ««; t » ii R. Station.
fence and in cultivation. HmaJl house ami a Giant’s Pass. Or.
A. IL < ARSf’N A HON
barn ;2 mile from school house and poet oflic«'.
Seven miles from ruilroad «iepot. Situated «m
PKOPOSAI.S 1 011 FK1>II BEEF AND
11« .olquarh r> Ih |«artin« nt • f
e ot < hi«f Commissary.'
Vancouver Barra« k«. W. T.. February l*s.
1>ea!«’<l proposal« tn tripli«*alc, *ubj «t
to the u«ual conditions, will be receive«! al
thi« otbec and at tlie ««tii- « « of the A« ting
Commi*»>ariv« <«f Hib-i't« nee at tlie follow
ing named |»o>f* (for thefr«*«li I m ef and mut
ton named at those |M»«t> only» until 12
o’<lo«k, noon, on Wednesday. March 20,
|ssO. at which lim* alid plate tiny will l»<
opent <i in the pre*-« nee of bidders, tor fur
lushing and «klivcry of fresh beef and mut
ton «luring tlie year eomme «ing July 1.
Dx'i Boise Barrai k- I. T.: l’«»rt Sherman.
I. T.; Fort Klamath. Or.. Fort Spokane.
W. T.; Fort Townsend. W. f . Vancouver
Barra- k«. W. T.. Fo l Wa la Walla. W T
The government rc-erves the right to rejet t
any <»r all bids, Bid«lvr'i will understand
that contracts niade under this advertise-
m<’«?. ::n«l prop«»sals made in re«|H>n«e
ht it '¡o. >hal! not I m 1 construed to inv«'ive the
I nilcd Stat« - j n any obligation f«»r payment
in excess of the appropriation granted by
congress for the p'ir|««»e. Blank pr«»p«'-af-
an<1 printed < in ulars. stating the kiiul of
beef ami mutton require 1. ami giving full
instructions as to the ntann« r <>t bitbling,
conditions to b<* «»bserved l»v bidd«Ts, ami
terms of contnv t and payment, will be fur
nished on a ppi i< a tion to thi« ollie«? «>r to tlie
A. C. S. at the several posts. Envelopes
« oiiiainiaii pr«>p'«al« ^h«.»uld be marked
• Proposals for Fresh Beef or Mutton, .at
------------------ 1” a!n| aiblrcssed t-o the un<ler-
signed or to the A< ting Commissary of Sub
sistence nt the several posts. <’. A. W<><»1)-
A nice place, part I j enclose«! and a box honso Rl FF. Captain ami V. S.. U.S A.. Chief
on it, bring the south half th« southeast quarter, c. a. 1). C.
and the southeast quarter of the southwest quar*
ter <»f section six. and the northeast quarter of
lhe northwest quarter of section seven, township
. south, of range I west, in Jackson county ¡con
taining lbiiiicr« s
Price $15 ¡»er acre.
Parti«« wishiru to parchan«* any of th» aboya
landa, can «top off at Mwlford, where they will
XEIV BOOK of T tavv I, BUrovery nud t«hcnturr.
he met at the rnilroa*l depot on the arrival of I
Are now prepared to furnish the b««t of music trains by Mesare Wrialey and Goddard, real
The rafent. rareet an«! bf'nt cur" forComa, Buniona.&rv for public or private Parties. Balls, Picuics. Ac , —■tat« apenra who will conTfy them in pood
shape to any of the lands I hnva for-ale, freo of
n. Eu/m < « cviufort to th»’leet. Never MiM at ary point on the coast.
ixiits at LfriiBMwLa
A co., N. Y.
till.AU J. DAY.
All the now popular music is played by this eiarjre for conveyance.
Jacksonville. Oiegon, Oat. 25. 1888.
Wild «»port* of the jungh» i r.d plau.; jonrneyr.
Having employed a targe numbr- of musician«
in unknown laj'dr; tights with SHvitgo men and
......lEi-t the Che?-. «I ¡ w« arc able to furnish any number of Irande.
’i' us animalF: eublimc ««ertery; ’I «• di*«*d«i of
Pu. i LAM) SUSINE. J Any instruments or a caller furnished toother
herodrwovert’re: through the Torrid and Frigid
bands. All orders by mail or telegraph prompt
adveiduroua v«>yag<‘8, rhipwr ckM and
ly attended to Terms always reasonable. Ad
! L THOSE KNOWING THEMSELVES IN
This well-known house has been renovated marvelouii e-rapi-M among the is lard»» of to«» s<«a,
> i ■miction. .-
Over 3»M' engraving«*. J ivelieM sell
r -.1. cl équin
ever pr«»duc*«i. lu both Kn*liah and
I reput • '.
Tity. Bunn ■
book account, ar« hereby «»meetly requested to
Shcrfhand, Con ’» on o
nr. J Penmanship Onp
cnll a&dwttteat their «Hrli«-t '•«»:iv«»nience. Our
(term»!,. ACE NTS
N TS W A NT E D.
>< \5Dil L
A ’ <».. Ih«x
nieiTts. StU”» - '■* ' ’
'• : ’ 11 Y Dill« . ( .
botineee must be cloned.
St. I xi U m , Mo .or Philadelphia, Pa.
A enod «Ample room for commercial travelers
h’tiue ami **•«• ««iw< > « t •» ; ih 'iishtpsenl
Jun «er.» of unimproved lamb Ji acres ot winch
Th« S 1*. < u .’ h Ferry makos conn« ctien with
is prairie land and t lie balance gissi timtwr land,
everything else imaginable in this line.
all gissi fruit mid grain land, with two living all the regular trains «»a the East Side Division And
My goods are new and of the best brands, and
springs of water. Four mil.—if rota Jacksonville. from foot of F street. Portland.
will be sold at the
THE RED HOUSE TRADE UNION, C. H. OILMAN, PROPRIETOR,
! . Uli r
fULLiib. i BüFFbl1 üLE£f'EL
LAND AT BEDROCK PRICES.
A rare niru icinai <7oin|HMU*a that cure* when all el-efaiia
Hasrured thuwon-t ca.*«-Hof Cough,Wenk Lunar«, t-tliina,
Indkrestion, Inward Fains, Exhaustion. Invaluable tot
RheumatL-nn, Fenmte WeMkncas, and all pains and diss
orders of the Stomach and bowels, bf«?. at Li uggista,
Where is kept «matant ly on band ucomplete and
tirst-cJass stock of
PitOFIlUY. FAIIMM. ViNKYAHI)«
< l.'tiius Bought ana .bild on U-oin-
~WA»kER'8 CINOER TOWIC without delay
W ellb . HtcHiRMoa k Co. Tropa. Burlington. Vt,
March 15. Mailed Free.
Conveyancingin all its Branches.
*7tlavtji j usM your rxlnc's Celery Cotnpcnnd
thia epring. I can nately recommend It *c the
most powerful and at the game time m«t
gentil» regulator, it la a Bplcndld nerve tonic,
and Blnce taking It I have felt like a new man.'*
R E Kaoax, Watertown, Dakota.
. - IL-
~ * *
WILL BE READY FOR DISTRIBUTION ABOUT
Stoves, Tinware, Cutl.-ry,
OVERLftNU TÛ CailFORKIL HARDWARE AND TINWARE DEPOT
AT CENTRAL POINT,
SOWHERH PACIFIC CC.’S UNE.
The Mt. Sh sta Route JOS. C. SHERIDAN, PROPRIETOR
There’s nothing. I ike it.
“ Last snritu*, tx-lnc very much run down and
debUltateu. I procured seine nt Fame’s Celery
Compound. The uso ot two bottles made me
feel like a new mau. Asa general tuDlc and
spring medicine, 1 do not know its equaL”
< - W. L. GKKKNI.XXr,
Brigadier General V. N. G., liurllugton, Vt
> ll.oo. Six tor I6.uo. At Druggists. ■ ■*.
G. N. Robertson is now foreman of the jlAH been at San Francisco Hometime
force employed at the S. 1\ 1>. A L. Co.’« .
jier daughter Mary, returned home
factory during the night.
1 a few jays ago. The latter has had her
W. B. Shoemake of Williams creek is | eyes treated, and we are glad to team
Buffering with a very sore foot, having ' that she is much benefited.
run a nail through it.
Klaaiatb county is receiving some ac-
John Ilall is sole proprietor of the I cessions to her population even now. In
Commercial saloon, where the best ot 1 ' a few months we exjiect a rush of imuii-
i gration, as there are still some valuable
everything in his line is kept.
We are glad to state the children ot state, school and government lands here
Jas. Calvert and A. K. R ush have recov I which have not been touched.
ered from their recent illness.
The fellow who was sent to jail for
G. W. Catching has finished enclosing running away with one of Graves’ livery
Jas. Calvert's fine, new residence at teams has received «300 from relatives
in the east, and furnished the required
Grant's i’ass with a neat fence.
Mr. Picker of Grant's Pass, who took ts>nds. He is now at liberty and will
an overdose of hodophlyn, is convales probably never be heard of again.
cent, although her life was in danger.
Arthur Conklin lost a roll of green
backs on the streets of Grant’s Pass last
The following real-e«t.ite transiera have
week and offers |2l) for their return.
taken place since our last report:
Mr. btillingcr, lately from the east, is
J (’ Cowles to Lavinia R Briggs ¡north half
visiting relatives in this county. Me is a of block 2, Galloway’.« addition to Medford.
Tlii- book reports prices ott Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
son of Conrad Stillinger of Grant’s Pass.
Frank Galloway to same; quitclaim to Milinery, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, (’ttr-
Mr. Mayhew, who has been visiting land adjoining bl«>ck 2, Galloway ’s addition
pets, Trunk-- and Bagst Wall l’aper, Tin and Japan Ware, Stove?,
friends in this county, returned to the to Medtord. $1.
Willamette valley week before last.
A D Helman to city Af Ashland;] quit Harness and Saddle.', Tobaccos, Groceries, Etc.
Horace Pelton of Sam’s valley, Jas. claim to street in^ Ashland. $1.
H Sanders to N llo«mer. et al; 15 acres
Clover and Miss Iva Parker of Jackson
tp37 S, R4 W. |3n.
ville visited Grant’s Pass not long since. in G sec W 27.
Howard to Catherine E Crystal;
K. Mavity, formerly of Williams creek, 4. block 15. Medford. $75.
C W Broback to samt; lot 3. block
has purchased a farm near Norway, Coos
county, where he will i>ermanently lo Medford. $100.
State of Oregon to I«i i M Hrr’ngton;
acre- in section bi, tp 32 S. It 3 E. $400.
M. Chapman's mill is running steadily
G F. Youle to W M Gilroy; 1.35 acre-
and turning out a large amount of lum ip.39S. Kl E. Ashland. $2000
O T Co to R K Sutton: lot; 33, 34 and 35,
ber of a fine quality. It finds a ready
bl«»ck O, R R addition to Ashland. $305.
W H Atkinson to M L M« Call; quitclaim
J. N. Gotcher's mill on Williams creek t > 10 acres in sec 23, tp 3!>S. It 1 E. $1
is running on full time and turning out
Angle. Plymale an«! "hort to A B Seal;
some of the best lumber ever seen in l«>ts •> ami 7. block 1, cottage addition to
W B Roberts, et al. t » Isaac and S M
T. Peck has gone to Reuben creek, Rhodes; lb acres in tp 3S s. R l W. $louu.
where he is interested in some placer
J R Helman to G \\ Fordyce, etal; prop
mines which are attracting considerable erly in Ashland $12.
<• W Fordyce to R P Neil, et al. part of
B. McArthur of Grant's Pass is doing lot 13. block 1, Ashland $50n.
W Slinger to A S Jacobs; lots 1 and 5.
a lively business, because he pays the block 52. Medford. $0 h ).
highest cash price for hides, pelta and
R K Sutton to N A Jacob* ; l«4s * ami 9
luis of all kinds.
block K, AshlamL $300.
Roberts a O'Neil to Wil iam ami Ellie
A Liitherian minister from Portland
preached in Grant’s Pass last Monday A«ld:>on ; 20 acres in ip 3s S. R 1 \V. ¡Mw.
J Dodge to E Babcock; IbO acres in st<
evening and also baptised several ehil- 3»>, tp 30 >. R 3 \V. $24<M.
dien while here.
H F Lumsden to D J Lumsden; undi
The beautiful rain descended in tor vided la of lots 1. 2 a id 3, bl«M’k 1. Lums
addition to Mcilford
rents for sometime during the pa«t week,
1> J Lumsden to H I Lumsden ; part of
and farmers, miners and everybody else
hits 1, 2 ami 3. blo«*k 2. same a«l«lition. 11”.
are happy in consequence.
G W Howard to il V Lnnisden; pr« p rty
Rev. E. G. Wheeler of Portland in Medford. $U0.
S B H.imiiton to G N’uth y, 1«> a«-rv* in
preached at the court-house in Grant’s
Pass last Sunday, after which he organ sv in. tp 3.H s. R 2 E. and other I uni. $V»n.
S Hamilton to same; interest in 1G) a< rcs
ized a Baptist Sunday-school.
in sec 22. tp 3> S, R 2 E. $133
J. 11. Ahlf, the well-known butcher,
has purchased four acres near Grant’s
»W/.V/.VG 5 / »I W
Pass, where he will erect extensive feed
ing stables and a big slaugiitei-house.
A full hue oi «¡uartz ami placer 1 • -itiun
J. 8. Denise, one of Josephine county’s blanks always kept on hand at the 1 ime ?
most prominent farmers and hopraisers,
Some of tlie miner« are «1 >i:ig a little
was in Jacksonville this week on busi work, having been furm«hed «•>»’. c water
ness,and made the T imes a pleasant call. by the late rains.
I. W. Holmes has commenced the
J S G-org^
N • v . .rt, Y iq lina bi y.
construction of a neat building on H. ba« r(ceive«i a nitcul I »- a »old t». p tr.uur
street for T. P. Judson, w hich will be the be inven’ed lust \ ear
hea ’quarters of the Courier when done.
he I at >t «hiiti »:i »»f he A :t r
Booth Bros, are renovating I heir ing Code. !»r;:«it -I a! V» a«h»rt«»n.
building on Front street, Grant’s l’a.is, authority. 1 «r -a e at tu ll ML- ollie«’
Consi-ierabiv j»ro«p s ting is now going on
which will be occupied by Mrs. Simtuons
the vninsty oi <« l«i Hill, whi« h | r »m-
and Mi“s Adams, the popular dress in
ises to be one of the I • t ii ng mining c mips
John Swinden of Applegate recently
Enos Roten has found another pocket
shipjwd a carload oi tine apples to Sail ledge—this time on Paddy’s mountain in
Francisco, which netted him several Willow Springs precim t—and has already
hundred dollars. There is big money in taken I»'*’'* out of it, we learn.
The Sterling Mining Co. i« at work with
a gtxxl supply of water. Unless the - lorms
We are sorry to learn that the health should continue, the >c «« »n Will be a very
of E. W. Morrison, one of our prominent short one—a total failure at some of the
lawyers, is so poor that lie has l>een com mines.
pelled to go to California. We hope that
the change will benefit him.
Kelly Bios, of Grant’s l’a«s have l>een In the combination, proport ion ami prep-
arnt on i-l it> mgr« «ii.int«. Hoods Sarsapa
paying the Willamette valley a visit. rilla accrnuplisliv« cures where other prep
They will take charge of the Wimer saw aration« entirely fail
1’«culiar i.i il« goo«i
mill in Murphy precinct at once and put name at honm.whmh i« a *low« r oi strength CH 11
it in first class r inning condition.
abroad/’ peculi ir in the plitmon «-nal sales
American Mae, Grant’s Pass’ popular it bus attain«d. H 'o«l * Sarsaparilla ;s the
tailor, has increased facilities and is do ino^t sue« e-siul nit «ij< i’ «• for purifying the
blood, giving siren.dh. ami crvatin-i an ap
ing much more and better work than petite.
ever. He recently received nearly 2000
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samples oi tine clotiis of all kinds, which
Their Bu»ines<« lloomlaj.
Jl I III
enables him to please the most fastidious
Pr ibably no «me thing has « aus- «1 such a
Dickey Jc Hiller have been running general revival ot trade at ail drug st«>re«
their saw-mill on Murphy precinct regu as their giving away !«> tbeir customers ot
larly for sometime past and manufactur to many free rial b Atlc* of Dr Kings New
ing a fine quality of lumber. The enter Discovery’ for consumption. The r trade
is simply enoimous in tlii.s very valuable
prising firm of Taylor A Taylor, (Trant's article
from the fact tha» it always cures
Paap, are handling their entire output ami never dissapoints. < ougbs, cold«,
and find ready sale fur it.
asthma, bomhiti>. < roup, ant ail throat
Z. T. Newman of Alxhouse precinct und lung «iiseases qtiickiy cured. You can
died suddenly of heart disease week be test it before baying by u« ttnirf a trial bot I
Every irdlio war
fore last. He started to Kerbyville for tle free, large .«
some medicine, and not returning search
was instituted for him. His mother
found him in the garden, the next morn
Wvandottes. Plymouth R«»< ks.
ing, where lie bad presumably fallen
A - ■■
soon after leaving the house. Mr. N.
R«>"c and single (’«» ik I a Brown Leghorns.
was about 35 years of age
J. C. Wilson of Grant’s Pass has built
Partridge (’<H:hins and Black Minorca«,
a machine with which lie proposes to
amekila ’ s CEHT hheepk .
elevate water from any stream, s-> that a
Mv fowls have no *i>j•.-ri<»r«
liberal supply of water for < ither aaining the highesr honors at all ♦ xhibitiun< for the
or irrigating purposes can be obtained |M' t eleven year .
Egg*, per>itti*ig, |3; tw«» "itting
easily and at not much expenite. He is
Send stamp ffi.r catalogue.
a first-class machinist and endowed
with considerable science.
to hear something from him in the n.-ai
T mx government commission to decide
on a suitable location fur a navy-yard on
the nortbwez* 1’acific coast have bonded
a large tract of land in the vicinity of
Fort Oichard, on l’uget Sound, and it 1»
probable that that location will be »elec
ted. The commutoion have cotue to a
neustble conclusion in this matter, for
perhaps in no other locality in the world
can all the accessories of successful slnp-
bu Idmg tie found so readily and cheaply
available as on Puget Sound, which will
one day be the naval headquarters of tlie
univeise. Timber—the beet in the
ri*t? fine >li<»rth<»rn bull".
Ki.l MATH COCHTY ITt: VS.
; they are about 3 i bl <>«l. Al-
world—iron, coal, deep Water, a location
lor ixnietructiun yards easily susceptible
The Dairy lyceuui liaa adjourneii to <<»inin-’ in ’’oon. Alale hifh-^nule "hort-
of defense, it would l>e difficult to imag
honiH, halt blood and ov« r. Apply t >
ine a more ]«ifecl combination of ad
F. T. D ounix ..,
W. T. biiiveS offers his livery stable at
<’entrai Point, Ortgon,
Keno for sale.
T ux sugar trust has advanced Saccha
Our bail roads are looming up again,
rine prices oi.e-eightli percent, all 'round, since the lain*.
in the « astern states, and a still further
Mis. 1*. L. Fountain is recovering I Itching Piles ar. known b, moisture like perspiration,
advance may be looked for soon. The from her recent illness.
causing Intense Itching when warm. This form as well
practical wotking uf the Republican sys
Egg« are quoted at 11»'-.,*-, per dozi n a’ aa Blind. Bleeding and Protruding, yield at once to
tem ot political economy, under which
trusts are able to be ioruiedand continue Linkville; bacon at 16(818c.
S. N. Hazen offer* liis Lost river farm which act, directly on the part, affected, abwrtx tu
to exist, ia now the sotuce of much un
mors. allays Itching and effects a permanent cure 50c.
easiness even among thus s wi.o sup|H>rt fur sal-, owing to bad health.
the present administration. As one
J. W. Bain,lately of Jmu pliine county, Druggists or mail treatise tree. Dr Bosanko. Piqua, 0.
commodity aud staple alter another is i* in this section and may locate perma
grasped and conltolled by capital, the nently.
public begin, to realize that it is to be
Suckers—of the tisli variety—are now
deprived ot all benefit nbiih might re ubundant and thousands of them arc be
sult from free and open competition in ing captured.
the markets of the world. And the
liev. J. W. Bryant and family arrived
prublem of freeing the j eople irom the
from the east and will permanently lo
tlirallucui of aggregate«! capital is getting
no nearer so! tit tun with cv.ry succeeding
The bunday-wciiool concert given at
Linkville last Sunday was well attended
lx an able at tide un "The American and parsed off nicely.
Flag,"in The J'royl.'» Cait»e for January,
Thia section has been deluged w ith
the writer, after presenting statistics and rain itnring the past week, which is
figures allowing the decline and iall of highly beneficial io ail.
our commercial interests on the high
Geo. I’ayne died at Linkville on the
seas, concludes his resume thus: Mi
13th, aged about 35 years. He died
Blaine himself once saa' in a certain irom overindulgence in drink.
speet b that we were paying |110,000,0t>l)
D. C. Henin, the popular photo
a year in o«-ean freights to foreigners.
The reason for this is that the govern grapher, is at Linkville following his
ment will not allow us to own foreign- profession. He never fails giving satis
built ships. As fur building ships in this faction.
Mrs. M. E. Williams of Linkville has
country, that is ail but impossible, be
cause of the heavy tariff taxes upon 1 retired from the hotel business, an <1
■everything which enters into their con- I will offer her fixtures, etc., for sale on
«truetlon and equipment. The "draw April 11th.
back" on importeil materials does not re
Mrs. M. K. Williams of the St.
lieve us fiorn increased home price-. The Charles hotel, Linkville, urgently re
Jigures we have given will do to keep. quests all those indebted to her to settle
They show that free tra«ie—that terror to by April lltli.
blatant demagogues—could not ruin any
D. Campbell, one of the best citizens
interest more completely than "protec of Langell valley, was elected School di
3I “ o =>
tion” has ruined our shipping interest. rector at Haynesville at the annual
When protection has done its perfect
work, the Republican party, which calls elcqtiiMi.
gold by Dmtiiru»» and Dmlrrt Evtrywhtrt.
Yesterday the centrist for furnishing
itself the American party, but which is
in reality the Chinese patty, can use ah Foit Klamath witn fresh beef and mut
THE CHARLES A. VOGELER CO.,
of General Butler’s bunting on dry land. ton was let. Who the lucky bidder was
We ahall^iave no more use for it at sea. is not known as yet.
THE SPRING MEDICINE YOU WANT
ba» be«Q fitted up io connection with the hotel.
IV days* time given Agents witheuI capital.
ill' HU RSI til HER OFFERS FOR HAI.E 7M
heard of fat mutton »t>aep at a reaxot able fic-
They ar« i«ng-wooled. not haviix b«M«n
►hifoctl j»ir.o<- «»pro.a. For further j«articu!are
One mile north of Jack»<»ovtUe
Dated Jan. 0.1889.