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UNITED STATES OFFICIAL PRESS
No•«<••, or from anv ♦ ; ium 3 te t-pecdily con-
Irulled au«i »topped.
no you frf1 dull, lamruid. low-wir««!. l|f«-
Sores, Ulcers. Wounds,
’ n^ocrflMNy mlornible. both pbyu.
«ntwlly; experience ■ aenau ol
Sprains & Bruises.
. .oaklntf »ftec eennw. or of "xonfr
t rupUoeM vf stomach in tbo morn.
It is’cooliHX. cleansing and Ileal Ange
<ue coated, tnitar or l«el taata in
te nii»flt cfllcaciotifl for thia
irr- ..Mr appek.tr, dliatneaa. frcMUent
Valdl 1 11 > dMM. Jold in U m » Head Ao.
«■ .ea, lutTedeyesi»hU“ll<mtina epecka”
■ a the er-* nervoua prostration or ex.
apectaUv preparcti to meet fleriou« caaca«
hiutaUon. Irrltabflily of tein|ier. hot tluahea.
alternating with ohlUr a.in«atioua. aiiarp.
biting, tnuialcnt pnlne nere and tlwry. cold
iMC, drowaln.wa after meala. wakefulneaa. ot
.beturbed and unrefreeti.n» ateep. couatant,
indeaoribable feeling- of drvad. or of Impend.
No other preparation has cured more
ettese* of these t’Strujwiiig complaints than
the Extract. P oik I*« Extract Plas
Tf you bare all, or any conaidcrwblc number
of tbeae aymptoma, you are suffering from
ter 1« invaluable in these diseases. Lum
that moat twMirwoa of American maladlee-
bago. Fains in Back or bide, Ac.
Bilioue Draiiepela. or Torpid Liver, aaeoeialod
Diphtheria, Sore Throat,
with Dyapepai*. or Indigeatioa. The more
eotnplicated your wbeeai« baa ta iv.me, tbo
■Use ths Eats act promptly. Delay i«
gronler the number and diveraity of ayrap-
toina. No matter what stage It has reaebud. I DSlilC GGnd,Bleeding or Itching. It
Dr. Ptcree*e Uolden Medical Discovery
1 llvOv is the greatest known remedy; rap
will nbdue It, If taken according to direc
idly curing when other medicines have
tions :or a reasonable k ngU> ot tune. If not
failed. Pond’s Extract Ointment is
cure.' ■enipileatttwis multiply rind I’ naump-
of great service where tbo removal uf
Oui. .. . < l.ungs. Skin I.!«••<■», Heer- i leea»\
clothing is inconvenient.
Rtefuntatisn., Kidney lite»-too. or otter grave
For Broken Breast and
malruiivo are unite H k 1« toa.1 In and, sooner
or later, Induce a fatal i •rrninntlon.
Dr. Flerre’o U.oldeu Med nl Dis
covery net« powerfully upon th
used The retract will never be with
tbsouali that ,reat lik»«t-rnrlfv .» t-g-n,
It. Pond’s Extract Ointment 11
cluaneue tbo ayateiu of all bl ..d-tiunta au.i uu-
the best emollient that can be applied.
puritire. from wiuucvei- enuae e-'Muir It la
equally enk-ueioua tn a. ting i
I tho lvld-
Female Complaints. major« I
Mya. and other ercrvp.rv orgx.. . « analog,
ity of /tanair diseases the Extract can be
streagtiienlnx. end li.-allng I* tr «t -ease". A
n»«*<l.as i» well knuwu. with the greatest
an appetlxlug. i -toi«tivo i
», i nromot.
brnsrtt. Full directions accompany each
dlaeetlon and uuiritlon, th.
/ I ...ding op
both tleah and etrvnrth. In lu.uarial diatricta.
thia wonderful medl. Ine haa ralngd gna>'.
.vlebrlta In eurliur Fever and
-. Cnida aud
Has boon Imitated.
Fever, pumh Ague, and kindred . «aa>s.
Pond’s Extract 1 I Tho
Dr. Fierce’« Cloldeu Medical Dle-
the words **Pond*s Extract” blown in
the glass, and our picture trado-mark on
surrounding buff wrapper. None other is
genuine. Always insist on having Pond’«
from a oommuu Blotch, or Eruption, to the
Extract. Take no other preparation.
wore« dcrofiila. Salt-rheum. “ Fever-aorca."
/t m ncrer sefd in but!.- or by measure.
Scaly or Kmigh Skin, in abort, all diseaaea
Seld everywhere, Prlc*. ¿Or., 91, 91.73.
caused by l«d blood sru CHiquercI by thia
ealy by PONDS FXTRACT CO..
powerful, purifying, aud Invigorating medi
NEW YOUK AND LUXDON.
cine. Great luiilnv Cl.-ers rapidly heal under
its benign influem . Especially haa It mam-
f.et—t Its poO ncv n curing Tetter, Ecwma.
ErvdpelM. Bo I lo.<'i‘ -uncles. Sore Evos. Scrof-
uldiia Morna and S Bln«". Hip-joint Disease,
“ White Swellings, ‘ Goitre, or Thick Neck,
and Enlarged Glands. Send ten cents in
stamp« tor a large Treatise, with oolorud
plate«, < n Skin Dteo aaea. or U m Mme aiiuauiC
tor « Trrwtuj on Scrofulous Affections.
The TIM KN line n rtreulntiou of 25OU.
,u«la,»ri.l rujoytt* •»»
p.ibllsheil betweru rurllauil nm« Rest
RlulY.lnl. sdlalsilrr »I SUO tuli... II
Iberrlur. otrora the bo«l lii.liicim-ul.
Io ■Mlvertlecr«. Our Ilei a-prluelpotly
routlue.l «•• JatekMU. Joarj.Ium- aaaial
slioial.l liake aaole ol liai».
CURES ALL HUMORS,
"FOR THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE.’*
Thoroughlv cleanao It by using Dr. Pierce*«
Golden Medieal Discovery, and good
dlgralion, a fair akin, buoyant spirits, vital
Strvtiglli and bodily beaitli wiU be uttahllsbed.
MARCH 21. INC».
Term Conimene*« Wednesday, Stp<
temper 12. 1888.
A »full curpa of experienced Profvesors anti
which la aero In la of Ut« Longa, la arrested
and cured by thia remedy, if taken In U>o
( OU USE OF BTl DY.
earlier stages of the disease. From Its mar- Arranaed vxprewdy to meet the demands and
veioue power over thia terribly fatal disease,
needs ut the farming interests of thu 8lale.
when Hr« offering thia now world-famed rem
P H E V A KA Ti IHY D EP A KI M ENT.
edy to the public. Dr. Pieroe thought seriously
of calling It bis “Ct»i«r mptios Ct'ita" but For atudects *»v«*r 15 years of age who desire to
enter the College but are not prepared to en
aban.ion.-d that name as too restrictive fur
ter CnRege classes by examination.
a modi'-uie whlofi, from its wonderful com-
biiiat.un of tonic, or strengthen tug, alterative,
To ti e extent required by law«
or bka>d-cl<(Utting, antl-billoua, pectoral, and
nutritive propertiea. Is unequaled, not only
as • remedy for Consumption, but for all Large, Commodious and well Ventilated.
C txronlc Diaeaaee of the
Ina cultivated and Christian community, and
ono of the healthie»t >u the State.
For Weak Tanur«, Spitting of Wood, Short-
new* of Brunth, chronic Nasal Catarrh. Urun- Circular«, containing matter full of intere-t to
farmers, will i* retfuiarly issued «ndc<»piee
chltta. Asthma, Steverw Coutfna, and kiudrvd
mailed to each patrou of the College.
affiflctlotM, R 1« an »iDi .ont
* —» or Six Bottle«
Reduced to lowr‘t tx^ ires. Two or more free
Serxl ten cents in stamp« fnr Dr. Pierce*«
scholarships from every county. Consult
bouk on < onsufRption. Add ret»,
yuur County Superintendent.
We confidently appeal to th«« farmers and
World’s Dispensary Medlul Association, gian«»
s of Oiegtui to patronize tbo only school
083 Malu SC, DVFFA1.O. N. >. er tab! ished by Oregou for the promotion of her
F<»r catalogue or other information. n«l<ir* ra,
B. L ARNOLD. Prwidrnt.
Liver, Blood, and Lungs.
63 Front Street, Porland, Or
CYRUS NOBLE DISTILERY
-JOS. SCHLITZ'S BREWING CO
KENNEDY'S EAST INDIA
ST. CHARLES HOUSE,”
M. E. Williams, Prop’r
llld HOTEL, HAVING BEEN TlIOHOL’CiIl
ly repaired and newly furnished, ranks among
the beat in Southern < »r«*g«»n
The had* aae i ««w
Mid clean and the tables Mipi-lied with the beat
the market afford*.
Tin: six of omissiux .
It isn’t llie thing you do, dear.
It’s the thing you leave undone
Which gives you .» bit of heartache
At the *ettH>g ot th»- sun.
The tender word forgotten ;
The letter you di«l not write;
The Hower you might Lave sent, dear.
Are your hauntir g ghosts to night.
Kansas will never lack suit. A salt
field has l»een
through Reno,Klee and Barton counties,
over filiy miles in length, and o' un
known width, and four liurulreil feet
thick, and containing ninety-five per
cent of pure salt. It is three hundred
feet below the surface, and will lie milled
There is a rebellion among the Anar
chists against Jiuinn Most.
Reds, in savage circulars, denounce him
as a “liar and a scoundrel.’’ Among
them are some who were his devoted
followers. They say lie is no longer a
fit exponent of .Anai i hy. Most has ap
plied to the police for protevion. declar
ing that a plot existed to take Ins life.
Near tlie city of Mexico six members
of a family were recently found dead,
and murder by poisoning was strongly
suspected, as no marks of violence were
found on the bodies. Upon examination
the coffee-pot was found to contain a
dead centipede, which had crawled into
ti e vessel, been boiled in the coffee, end
the reptile’s poison thus extracted had
killed these persons.
William O’B.iin mis lodged in
Clonmel jail, to undergo his
tnonHis' sentence, lie refitted to remove
his clothing and <1 .n til. prison garb, and
the waideiis did it by force, after a tierce
struggle. His beard was shaved off in
the -auie way. The struggle so exhaus
ted him that the wardens thought I e
was going to die and »ui nnoned a pii> st.
iiok I m
HANLEY <fc LOVE.
arman anti v
S t ICTUUSS
d üaxr clniVTxx
. P<rf«K t Ratai nr ■
1 rabavt-^ av»*ry
1«. Batab P-/
•hlel No 1.
AKIN, SELLING & CO.’S
i .L THOSE KNOWING THEMtHitvEH IN-
debted to the underaiuned. either by note or
bok account, are requested to call au d sett le
tho same at anee. My he.»vy loss by fire com-
pels me to make this cal), and it must be com-
nl'e 1 with immediately, so (hat I can resnme
WHaoQviHe Sept. JL làbk
. tic« ut
Mwdrtttl Uflrvuiv .u
s-iS>ot mi»J au*! l> r. Narvoui
Mani M,vu-. A
R k£i. W)¿“b«,x’ki' ¡¡«¿Si T ?.
Geo. Sinclair, the old fellow that left
Oregon city for Portland just before the
small-pox broke out on him, and died at
the pest-house subsequently, was an an-
aichist of the most tabid ty|s>. He wore
a badge on bis vest on which was. on
one side, a large S for "socialism;” on
thu reverse side the words, "blood and
fire." a crown, and underneath wiiat ap
pealed to lie a hangman's rope.
When Oregon was admitted into the
Union one of the jiiovisi.ms was that the
slate should receive five per cent, of the
pr<x*e. da or all the sales of I.’. S. lands
within h t bor lers, so Governor Pennoy-
er received dispatch 'a t Fii lay from
Hughs, ri.unpson, acting secretary of
tin1 V. S. treasury, announcing that a
draft bad been forwarded for tlie amount
to the ciedit of the state on that account
for the ,ast year, which is something in
the neighliorliood of $11,000.
Hitcklcn’t Arnica Suit
The beat salve in the w rid fur Cuts
Bruise?. Sores, Fleer*. Salt Elenin. Fev*r
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, t’hilb uit.
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and pit**
tive cures for Piles, or no i ay r«-‘juired. If
i” guaranteed to give perfect sat isfact on oi
Price 25 cents per b<*t
For faiebv all dragg-ats.
“Castori« is so well sdspted to children thst I
( recommend it as superior to any prescription I
known to me.”
n. a . A«cn«a, M D.,
Ul So. Oxford SL» Brooklyn, N. Y. I
Castori* eures Colie, Constlpsttan,
R out Stomach, Diarrhœa, Eructation,
Kills Worms, gives bleep, and promotes di*
Without injurious modicaüoa.
THE YAQUINA ROUTE
225 MILES SHORTER, 20 HOURS LESS TIME
Thnn by any other Route.
First-Class Through Passenger anil Freight Line from PORTLAND
and all points in the WILLAMETTE VALLEY to and from SAN
FRANCISCO, Cui. Willamette River Line of Steamers:
"WNI. M. HOAC," THE “N. S. BENTLEY," THE “THREE SISTERS,”
Leave Portland at 8 A. M on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from
Messrs. Ilulmiui A Co.’s Dock, 'JOO and 202 Front St., for Corvallis and
intermediate points, making close connection at Albany andOorvalhs
with trains of the Oregon Pacific Railroad.
ri... sl.-Nili* r W M. M . HOAG will h*'.ve Porllsn.l for Allym> on Fri.l. y, July 27th, 7dl«r which
dets. <>u Recount ot very low water in the WilJstnotle nv«r,our l«>..t» wiil uot ruu until further
0. & C. Trains Connect at Albany and Corvallis.
The alxive trains counect at YAQUINA with the Oregon Develop
ment Company’s Steamship Line between Yaquina and San Francisco.
FROM fl 4N FBAN0IH00.
.'rhurttday, D«*c.................... . 6th.W'edn(‘sday. D»*c...........
*’ .................... 17th.I Monday
Wills uotte Valley
“ .................... 2i>th.|
Thia Company renerve» the right to chauge nailing da’Os» without notice.
Paest ngniM from l’>»rtltin«l und all Wiliametto Valley paints can m ,ko cl•».■*» connect son wiL h the
traina <.f the YAQUINA ROUTE atAlbativor C •»rv.illi’» a i«l if d jstiuml to Han Francisco, should
arrange to arrive ut Y&quina the evening before date of sailing.
Passenger and Freight Rates Always the Lowest.
For iefonnation apply o
C. H. HASWELL,
Gen’l F. A I’. Ag’t, Oregon D“velopinent ('o.,
3« I Montgomery St.. San Francisco, Cal,
C. C. HOCUE,
Gen l F. A P. Ag’t. O P. R. R. Co,
(’orv illu». Oregon.
Atos Registered Letters tu
PROVE TKc MER
ITS OF THIS. THE
GREATEST CF ALL
NERVE TOt.lCS, T-. the only rrrje.lv th-.*.
WILL EE SENT TO
ANY ONE APPLY.
INC BY LETTER,
TOMS AND AGE
ALL COMMUNICA i :i< »W> \?
1 can ■.
.LETTER OR AT?
: OFFICE. FREE.
Grand Central Hotel
THC ONLY —
C l '^ ha :;TE ed
OROVILLE C‘. J
HE ONLY GUARANTEED CURE foi ;
Catarrh. Cold in tho Head Hay l - ver,
('old. Catarrhal Deafness, and Sore Eyes,
stores the sense of taste and smell; removet
taste and unpleasant breath, resulting from Ca
tarrh. Follow directions are! a cur»» is warrant
ed. Send for circular
COMPANY, Oroville, California.
Six months treatment SI.
SANTA ABIE AND OAT-R-OUHE.
Special Attention Paid to Commercial .Travelers.
J. R. WRITSMAN, Vice-Pree ident.
Call oraddre: a
J. W. CUSICK f Treasurer
J. K. ELDERKIN, Bec. and Managet
ÇJ6 Krarntj St., San J'rancisco, <u.
1 have added to my stock the following class
goods, of which I have a full Imo :
DÊî.C. D. SALFIELD,
j Insurance Company.
CAPITAL STOCK, $500,000.
WM. ULRICH, District Agent
FARMS FOR SALE.
FITS, EPILEPSY or
A life-long ntudy. I WARttANT my remedy to
C ukk the worst’eases. Beeanse other, have
faile.l is no reason for not now revolving acure.
bcml at once for a treatise and a F ree B otti . b
ot inv iNrALLiBLE KF.WEur. Give Express
and Post ofth-o. It costs you nothing tor a
trial, and it will euro you. Address
fOH F.lt FOR SALE ON REASONABLE ternv i
lune of tin beO Sun < or Hairy Farms in South
ern Oregon, situated <m I> '«r < ''•‘•'k. Josephiii.
comity containing I acres of rich 1«. torn hu.<l
wjaH-inlly• ad.n.led to the arowtl. of timothy.hay
.nd clover. A'lOIlt one-half 1» cleared ai d in ,
•ultival.on, arid most of the balaneocan 1« .'.uilj
..eared. ’J Imre is a stream of water rnnmne (
through the pla. -tlm year round, affordinc piety j J’ H I; SF Bx R1 BE R T A K EH PLE ASF RE
»f water f«>i eto«'k and »«»mo f«»r irrigatin',, lit j 1 in annouii'ing that his steain sawmill
place is all ini-l-«! by ag.sat rail fence, there is now running on full time and turning
r.Bhoaseand barn and J. »1 young fruit tree on ; out a large quantit y of lumber. De is pre
the place. It Bls.itm.lim best ouiside range '" ,
th© county; al*» another « xcollent place contain pared to till all orders with dispatch, and at
the most reasonable rate**. V tine «jualitv of
ing 12»i aero».
For full particular« call upJJJ <y
ALL KINDS OF LUMBER,
in«'hiding the b< -u rusti< , ceiling ami floor
ing. furnished on short notice.
Choice Lands For Sale.
Sati»fa< tion guaranteed.
S. S. SMITH.
n.lK SALE. Mitt'At BE8OF I-AN1,1 ."‘‘À'1,;';,1;
t of tar.n liui.l in thu vail"}.
for fruit or
S. S. SMITH, Prop’r.
When Baby was sick, wo gave her Pastoria,
When Nlie was a Child, she cried for Caaturia,
When she bevaine Mia*. she clung to < 'astoria,
When she had Children, she gave them Pastoria
Childran'3 Short Clothes,
Under! years vid
A beautiful line of
CunsiHting of Little and Silk
H \ NI »K E RC HIEFS
And many other thing» t<»«> numerous to rueuli-m.
1 have ate«» secured the flervicee uf a
Anil ani pr-pnrivl to sxnotitz* all onl.r. in that
line in tirMclare Htylu nt r.imonablo rates.
' 'al! and «... mn at the bml'hnu formerly occu
pied by A. L. Johnson on California street.
MK8. P. P. P1IIM.
i>. C. (ÌODDABP. -JR
Combine« the juice of the Blue Figs of
California, so laxative and nutrition«,
with the medicinal virtues of plant»
known to be most beneficial to the
human system, forming the ON LY PER
FECT REMEDY to act gently yet
promptly on the
Medford, Jackson Co., Og t.
-AND TO —
We claim to have as fine a line of-property, and
to bo ablo to furnish a« reliable inform it:«.u.
concerning real estate in Southern Oregon,at-
any other firm now doing bu»ine*e*
Correspondence solicited .
WRIHLEY A GODDARD-
Cleanse the System Effectually,
— SO THAT —
’l»*nnf*cR and beautifie« the Lair.
Promt tes a luxuriant <rvwtn.
Never Fail, to «•»•or. Oe.y
Hair ta it. Youlhrv) Color.
CorwHcalp diKf'a.’csand hair fali fny
5fa. at I wctottL
FARM FOR SALE.
Museum of Anatomy"
751 Market St.. tUn Francisco,
(io Bl d l-nrn how to "void dis
ease, and how wonderfully )"U are
made. Private i.flice. 21 Gr«” St.
(•»tiaulta'ion on l<o“t Manto»»!
»«.I all di.-oaeea of men be- dfor
repaired in the liest ntyleand new onw made
to order Sewing-machine« also repaired and
¡»ut in tir«t-clasa order
Prices toKiiit thetimeeandsatisfaction guaran
Give me a trial.
it. S I BA IT.
Settle Up Notice.
4 LL PERSON’S INDEBTED TOT!!.. ESTATE
»lofH. P. Hanna. ii«e»»a.s«Mi. are rcuuHflted to
settle the same forthwith, if thev wish to s«v»'
coetfl. an th» IxiflineflH «»f tho «Mate must be wound
up wi thout further delay.
H. K. HANNA,
Administrator of the estate of S. I’ H hiifa
Cor. Front and Morrison St«.,
THOS. GUINEAN, Proprietor.
tdTTh« ’Ismond Restaurant is unsurpassed in
I M’ ST HAVK M»F.Y »’’«1 will h'* ♦'oiTipfllled toen.
f.,re« eoUeettons ,f 1 d« »'^^^1811» ».
A ppetizer .
CURES IND! GESTION.
«44 10 AfX’i ).">* .’t .4 -H '
! v’«»ry • » > *>< »».■; kn■ w.
fjtudiUrn'' BAKER K 'V ‘V» ’U»i 1*4 l’< r? ’o.N.Y.
litter, Skia Cur* and litem«ah Frsd¡calor iu-cevn.
4 it«»« kw «cul («cte««. A«4nwM»8vn»
In the County Court of the State of Oregnu, lor
the County of Jackaon. sitting m probate
In the mailer of the estate ut It J M< Bn Io,
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF THE
I County < ourt. made the 7th day <»f January,
1 -'‘•y. tii- nnderoigned, adnnninfrator of tbeentate
of K J M* Bride, deceaflvd, will offer for «ale to
the highest bidder, for caah ru Land, ou
at 2 o'clock r si. on the premiflee, all of the right
itile and interest of th«1 said K J McBride, ut me
Lime of i.er d-< eun«*, m and to the following
described real propertj:
The lot known und <i *b;gnatvd on the n corded
plot of Woolen’s addition to the city of Aabland,
Jackeon county. Oregon, an lot number umvieen
11»), ( xcopting and reserving tbirefrom a atrip
<4 iunil leu UV feet wide, t xtei ding ticrut1« and
from the north side ot mii «1 lot. heretofore deeded
to 1 L VanHorn; ulno excepting and reserving
the right to t«ae out and run water underground
thiough pipe aero«»*» rho north side of tend Jot.
J 11 M« BRIDE.
Administrator of the estate <>( R J McBride, P
Dated February 27, J88J».
In the < ircuiî Courtier the Elate <,:<>•<
d < < uunly of Jacktoh.
li. M. Presley, Maialiti, vs. A. W . Presley, Le-
(muant: amt in iqtiit} fur a divorce.
TuA.W. Pi («aley, the j.bove-mn cd Dcfei.dant:
i ., 1 HE NAMi <» THE MAI EUE UKH.OA,
I jou are Lereb> commanded to app«iu alio an-
rv. < r li • con plziiui ol ti:«* above pminufi m U e
J>ov -« nt it «« <1 < « urt. low on Ide v.nii l^e clerk
i 1 Mud court, widm tcncajr Inin tledatcof
he service of thia » un mors uj on u, lfaovtd
oi Jackson counly. t’n gen; but if mrved m any
oti.rr count} in the State < f Oregon, then
within twenty dajs from the date of iheaervicc
of tins summons uj oil jou; or. if e**ned on y«»u
out <»f li«“ State ot Oregon, < r by puidjcHtiun.
then by the tret day of the terni ut < « urt foil« w-
ing tueb servi« e. viz: ll.e I m day ol Ap' ii
And you arc hereby notified ti;.« n
mt swer tl.e aa;d c« n.| L int, tslt nbj n <p. ..««I.
the vdaintifi will take ^udi-mc; t a. ¿ »i st you for
h < '♦ ere** diraoivirg th. dkl < t n j irnr« i . j i.«w
“xibtir g L« :ue«n tho piainnfi ».nd « • lei dai t as
wifi more fniiy a| p«-ar i*y lie ct m| ian t untie
huren , to w Inch ref» rerre ¡- I • it i y rr «• de.
Publish« *< in the 1. r M« (
ji >:> s lor sx
conte« ntive w« « ks i y order <»i lion. L. F. W«b-
►ter. Judie ot said c« urt. m.itot at cl.i nd « is on
Febrnarj 5, lhhV.
Given undei u j hard ’bif Iti Gny ol 1 « binary,
H. K. HANNA. Att’y for Pt 0
FOR ALL SKIN í DISÉ ASES.
po ^ t L añd , of <
.»• remedy never fails
.. A, Constipation, Sick
r.M * nrifciiig frotn a
New 11 re-proof Brick. Fin»t*rlsAR in all Brap«-rte
PEIISONS KSOWINU THEMSELVES
to be in Jehteii to nt“ by note .or book ad .
,’o»»nt are rrtpieated to mak e irrimo<i iute pay ment
pense» paid, btredf
w <»r k. Sew ”;!
LULL A CO..
PARKER'QCINCERTONIC lILLl bam pie« free. J.E. AufuttB,
tSMtaaMa ter Gooch". Coki«, iaward IWac Xih a a i tt eB.
G uns pistols and other fiheaiimf
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS
COMMODATE THE GROWING DE-
m ind for real estate, wo have opened an of
fice in the town of
"Two lii.in.Bn.l nix lmn.b«l »rroi foot-hill ’'"I
moiuitain-ai.l.- I .'"I. vo<Kl for fni't.'lain ngor
.t.a-kruaing. I.u.lri..-' -f 1 .1«»
mil..« of f..|K-i n .Iwdliite-I'oii«». a «t ick .livt
■IH'H f.-.-t, and f.i .ntyof hvllia wat'-r.
Call o i or ail'lr<»M
Aahland. Jsokaon >. »■
lllE UNDKUS1GNED OFFERS FOR SALE
hi.tarm.situatcil uw Ibl«-« « h‘rrj. «•'-■
from Jack«..»Villi', containing 1'10jc«». '•l/*£rP"
liciiir under cultivation snd the Imlance benuz
tinrt-cliwe timls’r hii .I l>**ture land. A a««
hon«.. burn and ..•.ithnil.finua are connected wilh
the place. Till" perfect and tcrine r<M«.onablc
Fur farther particnlara
.«•.’«;!? riM”" I
Central Point P. O.
When I mv Cmtr I do rot mein merely to
«top them fur a time, and then have thein re
turn again. I NEAN A KAl’lcAlu C l K m .
1 have made tho dwcuae of
Ladies’ Furnishing Goods,
B» >t h K n 1t ar.d M uh tin.
,..l VI ...
n the Circuit (’ourt for the State of Oregon, for
the t «»ULty of Jaca^on.
sydiaAnn (lark, r.aintiff, vf . Wm B,Clark,
\> Wm. H < lurk. tLeabov« nam d Defendant •
IN 1 HE NAME <>I 1111 bl.ilLot* uKE.GON.
L } .< arc- h«-r» • > required to afz|Mar end maw «
the complaint of the above plainiitt in th«- ab* ve.
entitled court. n«»w on file with the cleik of raid
court, within en days from the date of the serv
ice of thif summon» upon you. it served iu Jack-
e>«»n county. Oregon; t ut if $•< rved in any other
< «>unti of the State »>f Oregon.then within twenty
days irom the dale «-f the »(rvice of the bum-
nions up >n you; or. if served ou jou out of the
State ot Oregon, or by publication, then by tl.e
first day of the term oi court following aueb »erv-
ice, viz. die lbt day of April,
are hereby nut tied that if you fail t«» appear and
Hi.ewer eaid complaint, aa hereby required, the
plaintiff will take judgment agaii rl you fur a de
cree dissolving the bonds of matrimony now ex
isting between tne plaintiff and defendant, as
will mure luily appear by the complaint on file
herein. t<» which nJerui.ce u hereby made.
Published ill thu D k M o CB.V a IU IlMKa for Six
consecutive week* by onler of Hon. L. K W« b-
►ter. Judge of nud court, made at chanibvra on
January 19. lbSV.
U.K. HANNA. Att y for ri ft.
Administrator's Sale of
CHAS. E. WOLVERTON, I're-i.ie.it.
I>ar.d Olficr* at Koaobnrg. Or., /
Mm uh 13. legy.
VOTK E IK ID HEB1 GIVEN 1 H AT THE
fuliowitjg-nanicd n . tti» r L.a» filed uotic«» <»f
Ina mt'-Lt i«»n to li.ak* final proof in bupf»urt of
Lit» claim, mid that H«ud ¡»i« <»f uili be ilailo be.
fur«* the judge, ur i: Li* cSflenct* before the clerk
of the county court <»f Jackton county. Ore
gon, at Jstcktouuviik', Ort gnu, < n balurday, April
27, 1M-viz: Tiioma»* Fretmour. h«»ni<*bt ad »*n-
trj NO. 43 m , for the SV. of NWv4 and W '» of
bW’4, me 22, tp
S. K 2 \Vu**t,\V M He name«
the fulloumg witLcwb to prove Lib coutiLUous
residence upon and coJtivatiou of »aid laud, viz :
l«-aac J . Macy. U 111. J . KudgcTB. Jua. G. Martin,
William 1>. ( ;»le ail <»/ Kam*e Valley, Jackson
A i . j per»wii who deeiree tu piutust against the
allowance uf t»uch proof, or uhu kimus of any
»ubtituntia! ruaeun.under the law and r«*gufaUon«
uf the li.itnor Department, why ►ucfi proof
should not be allowed, will be given an oppor
tunity a the above-mentioned tane and place to
cross-examine the witnesses of eaid claimant, and
tooffer evidence in p-buttul uf that submitted by
('llAb. W. JOHNSTON. lagirter.
Iffp ni: ani; •.
x •sTREX-. ¡ i” •'
: HE'! EDY ci ¿ *. ?;.
SILVERWARE, PLATEDWARE, ETC., ETC.
An t'.lryant Stack of SmokiT»* Artlclcg.
The largest and finest stock of meer
schaum b«iwls. pipes, cigar ami cigarette
holders and cases,l macco pouches.etc..just
the thing for nice holiday presents, is kept
al the S F. Variety Store, Jacksonville
The choicest lines «>f cigar-:, < K'arottes an I
tnh.icco of all kinds may aFo be found
there . Crl! and see.
S an F zanciscq , C al .
fcociiruki, K y .
N s * Yai», H.
DL'AI I?\f 1H?1>
î av,n‘•»’ of Pnzes
KEMljaU IlLhi«* (.1 A LAN il H) BY
Et »UH N Al b «N AL BANKSof New (irLars. and
th« Tickets arc stgr.ed by tb«‘Pc-udent «4 an in
stitution. whosn rhnrt« !« «1 nghta ar<* n-c«»gn’Z«*d
in the higheet Court«; therefore. bewate of ali
imitations «»r anonymous schemee.
ONE DOLLAR ia the pr eu .«»f the snirBeM
part or fraction of a ticket IESLED L\ US in
ai.y draw ing Anytl.im* in «»ur tiame ofl red for
an a •iollu.r is a swindiv.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.,
CRAND MONTHLY DRAWING,
CAPITAL PRIZE, 5300,000.
SAKE 50 MISTAKE.
By dispelling thu nympto nna » mistaken
for ron&umptiun«. Santa Atiifl h:u* brought tclfld
no»«?» t«» many hoaw*hol«lfl and by ¡»r«»n3ptiy break
ing up trie cough and cold that too often devfll«»ph
into mat fatal diseasn will jet ahv « th«»u*aibh
from mi untimely giav«*. Y«»u make :•<» nnwiak«-
by keeping • iMitt’a of thia, notf*d California
re;»i‘» lv always in tho houae
In the matter of the e*tateof James Thomson,
N otice is hereby given that the un -
deraigned haa been appointed by the eonnty
court of Jacknon county, Oregon, flitting in I’ro-
btitc, exfleutur of the estate of Jamea Thomson,
All persona indebted to aaid (-state are requit
ed to tw-itie the flame immediately.and those Lav-
ingclaim* against the estate will preerr t them
Co me at my residence in JackaunvUle, Jackeon
ty. Oregon, with th« proper vouchers attached,
wit Lin Hix months from the firm publication of
Executor of sa:d tstate.
Dated 1 eb. 2H, lbe!V
N otice is heheiiygiventhat the ad *
in in ist rutor of the estate of George Far-
low. deceased, haa filed in the county court
of Jackson county, Oregon, his final account as
such administrator, and by order of raid court
Tuesday, the 2nd day «if April. 1889, at the hour
of 1U o'clock a . m .. is set for hearing. Ail per-
K«»ns interested are hereby noiifiud to appear and
til« Lis or her objections to said account on or
before said day.
Published by order of Hon. J. H. Neil, Judge
of baul court.
We the undersigned Bank- and Bunkera will
W P. FARLOW.
pay all Prizeedrawn in the Louisiana State 1 ot-
Adminibtratur of eunl estate.
Dated March 5. 18bV.
taries which â ay l»o pr»*« :ited at our counters,
R .M WALMSLEY
Pre». Loui-'iac.a National Bank.
Notice for Publication.
P. LAN EL K.
Pres. State National Bank.
l»and Office at Hoseburg. Or.. 1
Feb 12. 1ASH.
Pros. N. O. National Bank VOTK E IS HEBEBY GIVEN
folio wing-named settler has filed notice of
Pre«. Union Nation al Bunk In» intention to make tinul proof in support of
JiiBclaini, and that eaid pr<»of will b« made be-
fore the judge, or iu bis afaence, before ths
cl»rk of the county court of Jackson county.
Or., at Jacksonville, Ur., on Saturday, March
At the Academy of Music, New Orleans 34i. Iab8, viz: H. L. P« g*r. homeat« ad entry No
4375. for the BEW of NEl<. E‘s of FE’ m . and SW
Tuesday, Apiil 16, 1889.
of BE*4, sec 2. tp 33 rt. 11 2 oust. W. M.
Ho names the fojjgiving witn« sbcs to prove bi«
continuous reaideuce upon and cultivation of
said land, viz: 8. B. Aikei«, K li Deal.. Chaa.
100.000 Ticket« at 820. Halves at Dora of D< skins, Jackson county. Oregon,
B. M. nil <-f Jacks«»:.vilie, Orvt'»r:.
¿10 Quax ters S.». Tenths 32.
Any person who dueiros to protest against the
of each proof, or who knows of any
u»r or raizrs
substantial reason, under the law and the regula
lritlZEOF S'«’O<> is ....................
Z'lO.WO tions of the Interior Department, why such
1 I'hl/.l Or 1'0 10 I-
................. i«i.ue proof «bookl not be allowed, will I • • giv< l: ar
I l’lil/.E OE 51, to i,.....................
5.IJMI opportunity at die afaive-mencionud time and
1 I’ltlZK OF'.\OOI .» .......................... 25«IOO place to cross -examine the witness«*« of sa«d
2 PIHZES OE 1 ..«I ate......................... 2O.UU0 claimant, ar.d to «»fl-r evidence in rebuttal of
5 I'UIZr S OE 5.0«' ar. ....
............ 25.UU tk.at submitted by claimant.
25 I’IUZ e HOE I.'-O are .
Im I’lilZES OF :■ •' ar. ...................... 1O.0UU
Notice for Publication
W PK1ZE8OF -•
APl’itOXl TAI ION 1’KIZES.
Land (df.ee at RoseLuig, Or.,?
... S wi.noo
100 Prix«» of »■»>' rir«
February ¡2, 1 k > v .
.... 30,000 N otice is hereby given i hat the
100 Prize« of r 3f Ml are................
110 Prize# of 2UÛ are.................
foli<>wing-naiued settler has tiled notice of
his intention to make final pio«.f in tupi>orL of
i‘«9.90U his ( ¡aim. and that said piool' will bo made be
fore the clerk of the county court of Jackson
W.V o Co..
Ur., at Jacksonville. Or., on Saturday, Mar.
3.1. lfcbH. viz: A. D. Gib!*-, pre-* mption D. S No.
8,131 Prizes amonctmg to........................?1 t£M,800 5622,
for the W1» of SW
sec. IS, tp 3b S. 112
NOTE.—Tickets drawing Capital Prize» are W. W M. He names the following wilnesMS
nut entitled to terminal prizes
to prove his continuous residence upon and cul
For club rat» M. «;r any further information ap tivation oi, eaid land, viz: K I teldn. O H Field».
ply to the and rsig’u «1. Your iian.iwnti”g must G«s> Black. W i . Ciiiu-tum, all of Jaukt'oB-
be distinct and sirnature plain . More r.ipi.i ru vilie. Juckeon county, Ur»‘g«.i.
Any person who dcsin s to prot»>t agaim-t the
turn mail d»*i:v«*ry wilt
allowance of »u< h j ioof, or uhoknowhofany
cloeing an Env »lope «»• irir g your full a I lr< • *
rranor under the law and t be regu
Al. .Xli«*“., l ipr»- .M«»i»rt
«»rders orN« w Y«»rk Ex« in;”^«* m or.r.i nry i«*tt« r. lation* of the li tuior D« ji'firi » nt, w?j such
net be «dlowKi. will bo yiv< n m>
Currency b) Expr >s al «»oi <*xp«*ns »oidr«.1 to
i pporlujiuy al the al«ovr-ru€U.tion< d lime ai.a
M. A. DAI PH IN. New Ori *. i.-». La
pmee to cron»—examine the wilDet-se» of Stud
or M. A. DAUPHIN. Washir gt«»n. D.C.
cl&imant. and to idler evidence in reLutiul of
that rubnutled by claimant.
( HAS W. JUHNbTUN, Register.
U.K OKI.EAX* % 1TIOXAI. I!.IXb.
!\<*w Orleans. L a .
Notice fox' Publication.
UNG-5 -Soli -n
Incorporate by the ¡A/isiature in l^ H. for Ed
ucational and 1 i.uritabb* puipose*. m:«i its fran
chise made a ¡»art of the pr« s« nt btato Constitu
tion. in lf’79. by an uvt rwbelining popular vote.
Its MAMMoi 1! DiaU INGS take place Bemi-
Annuall}, < June and !>«•< ■ mrei . ). . and
i lace iu each
81NGLE NU a IBEH drawings take
... and are all
of the utiier t»*n tn»ntt.-< uf the year,
dyawn in public, at thu Aeademy of Music, New lu the matter of the estate of 11. W. IL>a<laitd.
E IS HFKEBY GIVEN THAT THE
FAMED FOB TWENTY YFARS, VOTK
underfligned tin« been appointed by the
court of Juvkbon county. Oregon, flitting
lor liitcgrilv oi Drawings, aud Prompt county
in probate, administrator of the estate of 11. W .
Ail perdoni» indebted to raid c-fltute are re
quested to settle the eam<* immediately, and
tLoee having cluima a^ainttt tho eetate will pre
H’< do hereby certify (hat u t supervise sent them to me at xuy reeidenOe in Central Point
precinct, Jackson county, Oregon, with the
the arrangcinentti for alltfic Monthly awi proper vouchers attached, within fix months
Quarterly Drawings of 7 he Louisiana from the tiret publication of this notice.
C. H. HOAGLAND,
lítate Lottery Company, and in person
Adminiatrator of said estate.
manage and control the Drawings them-
Dated Feb. 21. lsaV.
selves^ and that the same are conducted wdh
honesty^ fairness, and in good faith toward
Not ice of Final Settlement.
all parties, and we authorize the Company
to use this certificate, with fae-similes of our In the County (k/urt of the State of Oregon, for
the County of Jackson.
signatures attached , <>i its advertisements.
In the matter of the estate of George Farlow,
Tu* C cktliti C ompant , 77 Murray Street, N. Y.
For Sale by all Druzgihfa.
An Afn.ohitr Curt-
Trade Riippliod by Snell, IDitshu A Wood
TheOriginul Abietine <lintuient is only ard.
put upin large two-ounce tin boxes, mid i
an absolute cure for old sores, burns,
wounds, chapped hands, an i all skin
eruptions. Will positively cure all kinds
of piles. Ask for the Original Abietine Of Southern Oregon arn hereby informed that i
Ointment. Sold by all druggi.s s at 25 ct«.
addition to a largo and cleg.'.nt line uf
per box—by mail 30 cents
Naturally follow. Every one is using it
and all are delighted with it. Ask your
druggist for SYRUP Ol’ FIGS. Manu
factured only by the
NPHECEDENIED ATTRACTION !
01 EK 1 MILLION DISililBLTED
|Seidf«r Cietuljr.^| birlstttij |»r 9 5-
The president sent tl.e follow ing nom
inations to the seriate, March 12: C.
Nullette, Dakota, to be governor of Da
kota; f.other B. Richardson, : e.-ietary of
Dakota; Co.neliu» 11. Hannaford,Wash
ington terntoiy, to 1st chief justice of
the supreme court of Washington terri-
to • ; George W. Irwin, of Montana, to
be United State marshal of Montana;
Geotge S. B u helor, < f New York, to be
assistant sectetaiy of the treasury; Al
bert G. Porter, of Indiana, to Im minis
ter to Italy ; John A. En:inder,of Illinois,
tn lie mimstei to Denmark.
l or months past on the Columbia and
Willamette rivers,principally on the low
er Columbia, there has been a daily
catch of about fitly tons of sturgeon, which
is shipped to the inter! >r eastward by
From th? numbei hanging on
ho ks about Portland both in the Cau
casian and Mongolian quarters ot the
city, it appears to b • quite probable that
a ratio of three tons slops here; and that
what was formerly known as "Albany
beef” on the Atlantic slope, is to hereaf
ter cross the Rockies as “Pacific sea
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Louisiana Stale ttery Company
! W ill be Sold fur $21X1; .Easy Payments.
Do .Vol duller any Longer.
Knowing that a cough can be < hocked in
a <lu> , and the fir^i stages of consumption
br< ken in a week, wv hereby guarantee Dr
Ack»:’s English Remedy for con.^umi ti n
and wi i return! the mrmev to all who buy
take Ha* icr direction*, and do not find
our statenit nl correct. For sale bv E. C
MINER'S ADDITION TO ASHLAND
And nil of
« Celebro'. -I
ôa P atln r
Cubloria is rc< onitnemltd by physit :ans
fur children teething. It is a purely vege
table preparation, its ingredients ure pub
lished around each bott'e. It is pleasant
to the taste und absolutely harmless. It I
constipation, regulates the bowels, <|uiot
pain, cures dinriboea and wind colic, al
AU the Willamette towns, notably Al lays feverishness, destroys worms, and
bany and Salem, are experiencing de prevents convulsions, soothes the child
and gives it r»lr» shing natural sleep. (’««-
cidedly boomiike revivals of business t<»ri.i is the children’s panacea- the moth*
and building operations.
era’ friend 35 doses, 35 cents.
Walker Blaine has been appointed
Piles! Piles! Itching Piles!
examiner of claims in the department of
S ymptoms — Moisture, intense itching and st ing.
state. Tire Maine idea ami nepotism ap
iiigiinostat night; worst by scratching. Jf al
pear to dominate the administration.
lowed to continue tumors f «rm, which often
Cornelius llanford of
Washington bleed and ulcerate,bevommg v»*ry sore. Swayn««’»
Ointment »tops th» itching anil bleeding, heals
territory was confirmed by the U. S. sen ulceration, and in most cases remove* the tu
ate as justice of the supreme emu I of mor»«. At druggists, or by mail, for 5J cent».
Dr. Swayne A Sou, Philadelphia
Washington territory, on the 31st mst.
FOR SHE ON EASY TERMS!
C. F. MODA HIM« A CO. . Agents
417 < 429 ban sume street. Cerner L lay.
The endorsement of German Syrup is
unparalleled. We will publish 1000 testi
monials received during tlio last six
Read them. May save your
B l ’ runoiiam . X Y. M p
I. <1. G reen , Dear .-
•roti« led witli severe . •».«h, a: » I I.V
reinedv tl.at will relieve me of I il
y.»ur ft .'■■■lice's German Syrup.
u-cd it tor more Ilian twelve years. It is a
constant li<>iiseb<>l.i ci.inpanion wi'l.me
Our ii.erclii.nl here procured itliistatmy
soli.-itation, and says be has sold a great
many bottles. It is a very |H>;m!ur remedy
ill litis section. Every person who tins
used it speaks in the highest terms of its
merits. I do not know of a single ca-e it
Ims not cured
I first used it in Venuo it.
w here I lived before coming here. 1 advise
everyone to use it. as it is ct rtaii lv the
last couch medicine I have ever know n. ■
I have tried Dearly all of them at different
M uses G k \ y ,
Proprietor Gri* t M I.
There was a majority of about 7000 in
New llauipsrrire against the adoption of
First a cold, then a cough, then oon-
a prohibition amendment to their consti sumption, then death “1 took Dr. Acker’s
tution, at the election held there last English remedy (or Consumption the mo
ment I la-gan to cough, ami I believed it
flave my life.”—W. N. Wailace. Washing
The Nebraska press excursion of the ton. For sale by E. C. Brook#
present year will "take in” Oregon and
Washington. There will be several car-
loans of the brothers and sisters. They
If you will take the precaution to keep a
will stait from home about July 1.
1» dile of Chaniberluit/s Colic, Cholera and
A case ot smallpox in the state insane Diarrlnea remedy on hand you will always
; a-ylutn at Sal. in occasi merl something be ready to cure any form of bowel com
plaint. It is prepared especially for that
ot a pai'ic last week. The case Was quar- purpose, am’ S a sure cur»*. 2a*' per bottle.
It is said that at Tacoiua nu leas than aiitiuil in tl.e pest-hoitse howevei, and SohiulCity DrugS’ore and by Engel Bros.,
there is no apprehension of further Pioenix.
325.000 lots are "plattt.il."
Annie Pixley has generously purchased trouble.
Cnnsumptivn Siurrly Cured.
More tramps are working their way
a Led at St. Mary's hospital, New York,
To THF. E ditor ; Please inform your
k>r the sum of $3,000. It ia for the use north over the railroad than ever known readers that I haven positive remedy for the
of little boys who are sick and needy. before. The northwestern "boom’’ at above-named disease. By its timely use
Miss Pixley is a great friend to the tracts them by thousands. As many as thousands of hopeless cases have been per
fifty have been sighted from the cars on manent Iv cured. 1 >hall be glad to send
two bottles of my remedy free t > any of
Tin1 /’uf/.V<i/1 G'u.-thr ti lls the prince the S. 1‘. railroad at one time. They your readers who have < orrsumptiou if thev
of Wales that if he does nut Itehave him are a dangerous, predatory element.
will send me their express .ind postntti* e ad-
De . < fives a e said to at last be on tho dri>*.
self l>etter when he becomes king than
A Slocum, -M.
isj Pearl street.
he has in the matter of the honourable track of Tascott, the Chi. ago murderer,
Artillery company "his tenure el the in Canada. The reward offered is so New York.
large that it will probably result in the I
throne will be brief."
A plietugrap!i has 1» er. ti:k n of tl.e conviction of somebody for the crime, if
state university buildings, by order of a victim can be found who resen.bles
the regents. The picture will be band- Tascott, whetliei tl.e real niu:d. rcr is
---- THE 1A>’D <>F THE—
Mimely liamed anil piescnted to H.-nry caught or not.
In the oilice of secretary of slate last
Villaid. in hor.oi of whom the building
was named, or lira liberal endowment, week articles of incorporation were filed DISCOVERIES !
by the Oregon Fruit Growers’ Union, J.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
When newspapers aie redu.vd in size R. Ca.dwell, S. \. Clarke, Ethan A. Al
to Ct tbeir editors and towns, blanket len. O. P. S. Plummer,Henry E. Doscb, H«»1 that our trade mark, Santa Abie, i* oil
ah« eta will not be ne-rlv so fiequent. A incor|>oiators; ol ject, to encourage and every bottle of that pl-aaant California remedy
aeven-column newsi ap1 r published in develop the fruit interests of rhe state of Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.
a five-column town, by a three column Oi g»n ; capital stock,
editor, is enough to make the angels weep place of business, Portland.
I iovei nor Penroyer has app diited of.
l’eople who have a valuable piano in a fleers for the new county of Harney
room heated by diy air can preseive the with county sea" at Harney city, as fol
instrument anu obviate considerable dif I lows: W. E. Grace, clerk ; A. A. Cow
ficulty by keeping an open vessel filled ing, sheriff; T. .1. Shields, comity judge
with water uear it. The water prevents J. F. Morrison, T. P>. James, county
the heated atmosphere from being so con.m ssioneis ; Win. Harvev, assessor ;
dry as to inj ire the action of the instiu- I. B Baker, school stl| ei inten lent ; W.
It. li -idon. surveyor. V. J. Miller,treas
Not even during the halcyon days of
Villard were the atroeta of Portland so
fitted with people.
The O. R. A N. strike on the Columbia
ended on tiie loth inst , the men return
ing to woik at the old rates.
Work shops to cost $1,000,000 have
been begun at Cheyone, W. T. by thu
Union Pacific Railway company.
Work will be begun on the new Cath
olic reform school building ut Beaverton,
in Washington county,in a slion time.
The bank of Oregon has b.-t«»t convert
ed into a national bank, and will here
after lie known as tiie Eugene National
Eugene city’s new charter diops the
affix to tier name and Lane county’)»
headquarters will hereafter be known as
Many eastern families are in corres
pondence with the Oregon I,und Com
pany with reference to founding colonies
Hl ti*e wetifuot state.
The atone you might have liiie I
Out i i the brother’s way,
The bit of hearthstone counsel
You were hurried too much to say.
'The k vmg touch oi ttie ii ind, <L-1r;
T he gentle ami winsome tone
That you h.d no tune or thought h r.
With Iron Lies enough of your own
Le Rlch ia'« Golden RaUani \
Cur s Citanrroc, firs*, an«I s vend s
Sen*» on th« Legs and B -L ; S< r? La
Pye«, Nose, ate , Conp«r-e lorr.l luat hv
Syphilitic Catarrh, «lisereed Hcwln. ai. l r.
irfmary forms of the di«enu- hnm n p.
Price, F* OU p r n<»«*b
nichait » G'»l«! -n Balaam Xo X
Cures-Tertnrv. Meren»ia’.f p ; ,u<. Kfic*
inatism, Fains in ths l’on»-*, i v i . in f
Head, taik <f the Nock, il ira’« I
Throat, Syphilitic fawh. Lumps a: «J «..•
trac», d Cor»'.s, stiff new of th« LimLs, r . ’
<ra«lite.twi all disearu fi«»«r. the -yv»'i!i,
ulwthcr vau*el by indisurrtfr r> or «fin à
«4 Mercury, having tlie bix>d pure und
liealiiiv. Price «5 OO pr; I ottl«>.
Le lliehaxi’« Golden
e doto for the ture cf Gon.>--
Irr.tit: u <;■ « . i, and all Urina . ••
U1 d. xraii2cnM.nu ¡* t ! i • i ¿y .H
Lo Hicham's Golden Mp«tnl«h I»—
tectloa, forever« «www cf Genorrl .
liiflannu ktory Gleet. fHrtetares.A«. Prie».
91 *»O prr Hottie.
Lo Ui'hsn'» Golden Ointment
for the effettive hcal.ngof Sypiuh - '■* r ,
and eruptions. PrleeRl i/o p. r Box.
Le Rkhas’i Golden PII*»- X.-,
and Bra» . n-utment. has of phy.M •.! po' .
er. «aces* • overwork. Irwtratlon, vt..
Price 99 30 per Box.
Toaio and Nervine.
^•ni sverywbsr«, C. O. D., krntirely posksd
Over $100,000 worth of real estate was
sold in Albany, Or., within ten days re
A Gieenville Mich., woman who asked
tor a divorce tin oiler day told the
eouit that a iit'le.iiH a-ly,one-armed cuss
rnay rest assured that nothing will be l»*ft nndore had licked her husband. ".My marriage
that will add to their comfort while Heaving here.
contiact calls for a lord and protector,”
M. E WILLIAMS.
she said, “but when a man I* .-oeasv to
Linkvilie, Or.. Muy 15.
get away with lie can't be much of a
lord to a Woman ami protect her." Tlie
ccurt alioned li.at she had all tire !■ gic
on her side.
In the Towu of
I’atsy Cardiff lecvntly signed aitieles
oi agreement to fight l’etcr Jackson, the
colored pugi ¡st, in April. The light will
be to a finish with small gloves, under
the auspices of the California Athletic
Club, of San Fiancisco. The winner will
Si-kivnu County, Cal.
receive $2500 and the loser $500. Cardiff
lias gone into active tiaining and says he
wiil tight to a finish ; it is iiis forte, and
that he expects to win.
One-fourth down, balance within six, twelve
The number of cattle killed to supply
and eighteen months.
Hee map at Railroad Depot for graded price», Portland and East Poitland with beef is
etc., or luidresH
front 350 to 400 per week. Of sheep,
1> li. HAHKELL,
Town-bite Agent ( . P. IL IL. Han Francisco, Cai 1200 per week are devoured there, ami
all the hogs ami calves which can he ob
tained beside. When pork packing was
going on, the receipts of hogs were about
200 pt r Jay. The number of calves
brought in it is difficult to < stimate, as
they come in from all quarters.
According to Secretary Whitney, the
recent trial of the new torpedo boat,
“Vesuvius,” cuusitieiing th" six- ami
clip-» of tl e vessi'l and the weights ear
ned, surpassed all n ord.« heretofore
made. Lieutenant Buell, of the navy,
says th. result of this trial restox s tl.e
supremacy of American ship builders
over tl.e woiid. Tins is ll.e first time
Ameiica lias beaten the world since tho
|’Arn.r and nous».» branded hl on building
of the Menominee in 1S50.
I V ieti hip. Al»«» cattle branded__ ~—on left
•id» ur hip; ab,» catta- i,ri.n<|...l with » turni.. 2 <>n
Jake Kilrain now weighs 231 pounds
l»rt .iti« or hip. il,« car-markH of tlio ab. ve
brand» ai.- <*..rt crop iu Icft «ar and loinr croi, in and will use every means in bis power Io
riirht. Alan catti« brand.d wnl, bl> ,,n loft Ini. make his condition the l est in I.is life.
andinarkcd crop in nubi car an<l boia andatili! It is plain that every effort will bo made
in loft ear.
to knock Sullivan out. Kilrain’s tiain
ing will Is: hard, He will punch r. hag
an hour before breakfast, then run
thiough s:.ml sixteen miles, be batlnd
ami rubiii i, )..x an ‘ our with Mitchell,
swing ciule—in fact he will he woiked
tr. tn morning to night for tho
brom the ordinary mays <f Ong
blit little idea Call be formed <d the b
b'"s aim g the . mt ..f th« state, either
THESE LOTS ABE Mix 160 Fl . T AND AKE as to their aize < r the depth <. water,
I 1 tho CbuicMHl Residence Lots in Ashland.
verv ‘.me amt cor. plete map if ( oos b.
and ti.e numerous streams ami slougi
empty ing into it, has bt cn prepared by
Mr. Lyle, in Captain Wiila <1 Young's of
• Luof; at those lots before purchasingeteewhero fice, for the infinmation ol tl.e cuotm'
and remember thsy are situated •»« Main street
within 500 yards ui the New Depot Hotel now be sion of I nileil States i iig'iie. rs win are
i a built, Enquire of
to repoit a project I r the iniprovetm nt
E. MINER, Anhlar.d House.
ot the bay. 1 he width o! Ji.e bay and all
of im branches and the depth of the wat-
er therein are given c 'inpleu*, and fr«tn
this map it is evident that there is a
much belt» r harbor at Ce> » bav 'ban
many suppose.— Oregonian.
GENEBAL N0TE8 AND NEWS.
Torpid Ln tn i. a Bati Digestion.
'»he mtural r—nlt i* tfo.wl uppe-
tfle in. *t -oli<l TI..-I1.
desnitHy atixnr roiate«l nn.I caajr
(o aw al I on. Mwltl everywhere.
t.'ora r t/if r'rrrtn, Hnmr-
H ..rX.h'-,. /. m J *■ Lroeifi'' w'M be
*Vee on opp/i.ation.
U/nriZ FORALE. FÌ0 A WF1K AND EX
n 11 K K
l aid. Outfit worth and par
VI Ulili tirolars fra»
P. O. T1CKEKY Ao
lu the (’ircuit I ourt for the Ktute <.f On gon, fur
tl •• I ounty o1 Jackecn
Peter Brdt. i Jiiinti!!, vs. BfarthaErlj. John Fdy
and Ellery 1*. Purcell. Defendants; «uit m
equity to foreclose a mortgage
To Martha ><iy, John Edy er d Elkr> I’. i uic<ll
tt.e above t.ntned Def» ndar.tfl:
IN I HE NAME LF 1 HE bl ATE OF OREGON,
1 you are hereby r< qurr» d to hpj < ar at u ai.r wtr
the complaint uf the abovepia.i-tiff iLtbe above
entitl« d court, r.ow on file with ti e »lerk <»f said
court, within ten dajhfrom the date oi the ►« rvice
• A this sumniot »• u| < n j< u. it f » i
county. Or« gon; but if servtd in ar y other c< un-
ty in the State« ! Or«g«.x>, tb«n within iwei ty
days from tl e dr.t<» of the t-eivico of this mid -
mon« upon you; or if M-rv«d on ><«u out of the
Male of Oregon, or by j ubheatjon, then by the
fir*t «lay of the term of «ourt («»Bowing such ser
vice. nz: The 1st day <4 April. l^bV.
And >« u are it. reLy notified that if «ou fail to
ay»p«ar and answer raid complaint, ar M re! y re-
quirod. the Plaint.tl «Hi apply t<> the c« urt for a
juitgment aghir at Defer dant». Murtha 1 «‘j and
John Edy.forthen.m«d thirteen hur.dnd colter«
with interest then on from May ft, Jbfl4. at ten per
<M Et. per «nr um and 1« n per cent, of M»»d t.mount
ado it »«maI as attorn« y a :«ea; mipo for a d»cr«e of
fon closure ai d «ale of tLe mortgage« pumises
described in the said complaint. t<'g« (Ler with
the c«*t«a»d<i)» bias» meets of th tv art »on.
Published intfie Dr uir fix it« T imm » fur
consejutive w«+kaby «»rd.rot Hon L R We6-
rtvr, Ju«t» P<.f aaidc. urt. miaie at (l.andM-rs <n
January ill. IftftV.
^Oneti under mjhan«! thi« ah day uf February
H. K.K4X5O OVyl« Pl-fl.