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CRAWFORD A PHILLIPS,
Will practice in all the courts of the State*.
Office in Hamlin's brick building, up-stairs.
SPRING! 1889 SUMMER!
Latest Colors in Wool Fabrics,
DRY ANO FANCY GOODS,
Office in A Kir» building. Front Street.
P. P. PRIM,
CROCODILE GREEN, RESIDA, CEN D ARME BLUE, TAN, LEAD,
CRANÜT, TERRA COTTA ETC.
ATT«»KNEY AND COVN8ELOK AT LAW,
FURNISHING •GOODS. HATS,
Will pnu’tice in all court» of th«* State. Office
In th«* Court H* him *. third door to left of en
J. R. NEIL.
ATTORNEY AND CoFNSELOll AT LAW.
Will practice In nil c«>uitn of the Stat«*, (»tftev
in the < ourt Houm*, first door to left of en
H. K. HANNA,
ATTORNEY AND COTNSEI.OR AT I.AW,
Cachemirc, Biege, Sicilian Suiting^, 40e to 65c per yd.
BOOTS and SHOES
Double fol«!, Reversible Cloth, 15c to 20c per yd.
Nun’s Veiling, Cream, Blue and Black, 20c per yd.
Bunting in Colors, Cambrics, Lawns, l’iquas.
Dragon Black and Figured Organdie, lBfcpcryd.
Zanzibar, Palmer ami Amoskeag Ginghams.
Remember. these goo«b* are new nini bought
xi nee the war in nUlroad rates and are »old
Imported Scotch Ginghams (like summer silk) 25c.
Blenched ami Brown Cottons, Cabot “W” 7je.
C^J kïïi I» toi*
New Buttons, New Parasols, New Calicoa, (In
digo ami Standard), Etc., Etc.
Country Product* iMmjrht and sold; ah»o Wool
Hides, Furs and Deer Skins. Solicit orders for
Will practice in all court« of the State. Olhcc
in Orth’« tirick, up-&talrx.
MEN’S .AJVZD HOY’S
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Satchels, Valises, etc.
NOTARY PVIILIC AND CONVEY ANTEIL
Hold Hill, Oregon.
Will attend to all businera in my Hut* with
prompt non and at r«*a»onnble rate».
Can truthfully say all of above goods are entirely new, having
purchased them personally thi- Spring.
—TO GET YOUH —
W. H. PARKER,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
NOTARY PTHLIC AND IVNVEYANt EK,
Pr«»bat«* Matters, Abstnu*t of Tit It«. Convey
ancing. Houicstitui. Pre-emption an«! ali
otiier business entniHted to me, will receive
prompt attention. Loans negotiated.
<>ffioe on corner. opptMHe the Court Houav.
O. F. DEMOREST,
H K » 1 D K N T DE N T I S T.
D. CRONEMILLER & SONS,
office in Willi.un* Brick Buikiing. up-stairs/
Will carry a full stock of Heavy and Builder’s Hardware, Tin
DR. A. J. LAPPEUS,
A N D S V R G E O N.
Ontral Polat. Oregon.
ware, Stoves, Carpenters’ Tools, the World-ltenowned Victor Mow
ers, Bain Wagons,
( alls attended «lay or night.
HOLLINCSWOHTH TIGER SULKY RAKE,
I n. OATMAN. SUCCESSOR TO J. O. HAM*
•' • »*ker A Co. of Bonanza, Klamath county. Or.,
HR. S. DANIELSON,
ha«* purchased a largo and firet*cla»a stock of
g.»oda which are now on the wav from Portland,
and will be «old Cheap for Caen. Everybody i«
»' Il Y S I <' 1 A N A N D S V R G F, O N. invited to call ami examine good» and price« be
fore purchasing elaewhere. You can alwayt* find
on hand a full line of
E. P. CEARY, M. D. ’
PHYSICIAN AND S T K G »T 0 *•
Also the Celebrated Garden City
commonly carried in this market.
ami everything generally to be found in a first-
ciaxx Country Store.
JAH. MORTON, Manager
Bonanza. April 1R 1888.
Offic«* in Hamlin's Block.
Barnes’ Rakes, Victor Mower Extras, and Sections for all Mowers
Clothing, Boots and Shoes. and Oliver Chilled Plows and extra Shares for same.
Groceries, Hardwr y
Agency for the White, the King of all Sewing Machines.
Sptvial attention given to Chr. 'alr
Residence on ('
US“ Call and examine this splendid lino of Goods before buying
BEEKMAN & REAMES’
YAQUIhÂ BAY ROUTE
P H Y S I C I A N A N D SURGE O N.
M rd forti, Oregon.
Calls promptly Attend«*«! to Day or Night.
Office on B str,*«*t.
Office ami resid» nee a few nul»*« wext of
liest <»f refnvnee given and satisfiu tion
FREICHTS A FARES THE LOWEST
TUE ENIiEKSlGNF.D 1IAVE FOKMED A
1 <‘i>nsrti«*n*hi|i with «n «urhi>riz.il capitai <>r
XV. <•» for ih. puri»incoi carpine on n Gener
DR. W. STANFIELD,
STEAMER SAlLl.NG DATES
ai llanking K iihiik - hh inali ot il» brandi.•» in
J.u kion ville. < .reiron. < »ilice attlieoid Maini
fR<)M han fra n ci boo :
ot K.'ek.nnn » Hanklmr Hou»c, S. E. corner « ul- Willamette Vailvj
Maj JU. June 1st and in hi Willniucttr Valley. May linh,^th. June 5th
Has lotirted in Ashlwnd, Or., for the pr.u-ti cc ifornin .imi Tl.ird »tred».
The company reserver ths right to change sailing dates without notice.
C. <’. IIKF.KMAN.
r>f 1.1a pn.fvwiion. Kake- all chronic .le.. .... v.
Tllib. G. KEAMES.
•ueb a. lth.'iiinatt-'ni. A«thuui. Pile», Kidne ’
Trains connect with th»* O. A C. R. R. and River Boats at Corvallis and Albany.
« oinplaint», etc., a sp<vlalty.
On t#»- Willamette River the elegant Hteamlx»ata, Win. M. HOAG, M.S. BENTLY and PUREE
W. M. SOMMERS, M. D»,
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON A ACCOUCHEUR.
Leave Pertland,Monday, Wednesday. Friday,l> a . m Leave Salem, Tu«**day, Thursday Saturday. 6 a . m .
J ar li »un vi Ile, Orrgon.
Keep** the large'*! stock of
LeaveCorvallis.Monday, Wednesday.Frid ly, 8 m Leave Salem. rl aeeday,Thureday. Saturday. 6 a . m .
Fr«»fessi»>nal calls promptly attende«! to day or
C. H. HASWELL
„ C.]C. HOCUE,
Gen’l F. A P. Ag’t, Oregon Development Co.,
Gen 1 F. A I . Ag t. O 1 , R. K. </<»»
Consul tat!« »na in either English or German.
3G4 Montgomery St.. San Francisco. Cal.
Office an«l residence on California street, cor
ner of Fifth street.
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
VINTS AND ¿HBUBBERY
NOAP;4!SORLICEONTRE l $.
Apple Tr< os.........................
I 5 tn «10 |»rr l*í»
. 10 “ 10 “ ••
Plum and Prune Trc«**
8 “ ir» “ “
Other trees and shrubbery furnished rcasona-
Send f ur ( atalogur tn
J. H. SETTLEMIER, Woodburn. Or.
A’E INVITE INSPECTION
OF ASHLAND, OQ.,
INLOW 4 ASHPOLE,
<»n the northwext eoant.
P om tollioc*
Sash. Doors. Blinds
WINDOW AND PLATE GLASS
A full line in stock of
GENERAL HOLDING MATERIAL
PARKE 4 LACY,
HF. VNDF.KMGNED IS NOW TAKING OK-
Will ht Ml for $200; Easy Paywits.
Look at the»« lot» before pnrcha»in«i'l»»w>mre
•and remember they are situated on Mam etreet
within SU» yarda of the New I»epot Hotel now be
« built. Enqaireot
E. MINER. Aahland Hon»»
Ail) kind mint'd in n tiiM-cla.**« Nursery.
L C. BOLLF
Poatoffice, Eagle Point,
( uttle branded J O on
left hip. Mark», swal
low-fork in l*«ft ear and
under-alope in right. Ai
no cattle with under-bit
in each ear, branded with
anchor on right hip*
Horaea branded L on
▼HE UNDtlWlGNEI) HAVE TAKEN ( HABtfE
I of Frank Bryan’• old stand ui Waldo. J«*e-
ph me county, and will keep it •tucked with the
h.mf 4»f Wine«», Liquor«. «n<l ( igar«. Give u« a
dl W. willrABBBOCOH
THE BOSS BOOTS
And all of
AKIN, SELLINC & CO.’S
DN RIVALED GOODS!
CITY BARBER SHOP,
J. M. ARTHUR Manager.
33 and 36 North Front SI. Portland Oregon.
Saw Logs. Saw Logs.
J am prepared to e.oiitiaet for tlie delivery of good merchantable
saw Jogs of tlie following kinder
Settle U p.
delivered on the banks of Rogue River tit anv point between tho
month of Rutte Creek and the mouth of Red Blanket creek, and will
pay cash on delivery for same in quantities from
MARBLE, STÍNE OR GRANITE
Cemetery ^ork a Specialty
SISTERS OF JH^HOLY NAMES
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Real Estate Agents,
C<>HRESPO\PENCE SOI.ICITE1 ».
| JACKSONVILLE, -
THE l’.-i DF.RSIGNF.D IS FILI.Y PREPARF.D
to <lo ul lwork us hi» lln«-in the bsat männer
ari'l at nwonable prict-e.
U, PEKSON8 KNOWING THEJIHELVEH;
indebted to th» retate of Dr. J. H. Chit-
! W-M..I by not« or book aooonnt, ar» hereby noti-
tied to »»til« th« same within the next thirty
.tare or r«ud«r thotnsolvee liable to ro.ts of suit.
C. B. WATSON.
Att’y for Matate.
Ashland. Or.,Oct t. ISSO
ORECON ST. JACKSONVILLE, OR.,
Will Sell, Rent, Lease ¿nd Handle
THE INGERSOLL ROCK DRILLS AND COMPRESSORS MRS. JANE REDDING, Proprietress.
Real-Estate on Commission.
and WIRE ROPE-SPECIALTIES.
A Choice Collection of City and
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Passengers taken at Reasonable Rates. Country Property for sale.
Westinghouse Automatic and Junior Engines.
SOWELL S YARBROl UH. Prqi's.
J. C. WHIPP,
FRUIT TREES & SHRUBBERY,
TI»«»«*« wanting tr«*<*N will do well to givi* nn*
the if «>r<!« r*. a.«* I will guarantee satisfaction.
I warrant all my tn-cs, if properly «*ar«*d for.
Terms of pa^nwnt «*asy. Prixluee taken at
market price. I mmi V m . of P«>a<*h Seed want«sl.
A. S. JOHNSON.
Jaeksoiiville, Oregon. Aug. 1. 1SK3.
WEAK, PAINFUL 8ACKS,
LUGKEY & CO
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
ders through Jackson and Josephine coun-
MINERS ADDITION TO ASHLAND
S. S. SMITH, Pro?’r
Hif Lar;e ad Fast Draft Stallion.
Ar» now prepared to furnish ths hast <.f mn.ie Ertimates and prtoe-list s« nt on applicati oh .
for public or prirate l*aitie». Halls, Picnic», Ae ,
COl’NTRY ORDERS A SP» 1ALTY.
at any point on th» coa»c.
All tn» n»w popular music is played by thia
Fa« t orv Ht WeidUr's Mill. Sahsrooins « or
Harina employed a large number of mnsiciana Tliir<l timi E Street.**. Portland. Oregon.
w» ar» able to furnish any number of bandit.
Any inatrumanta or » caller furnished to other
tsui.i». All order» by mail or telegraph prompt.
It attended to T»rnu always reasonable. Ad.
By the Thousand !
T'HEHE LOTS ARE toxi«' FEET ANU AKE
1 th- < 'hoicwt lissidencB Lot» in Ashland.
J. C. CARSON,
Late of California,
Tobacco, Cigars, Etc.
DR. L. WICCIN,
VETERINARY SUU G E O N.
Jovphinr Co., Or.
Geo. R. Gallant & Co., Central Point, Or.
E. B. PkCKEL, M. D.,
Hardware, Tinware Crockery,
NEW COODS, NEW PRICES CENTRAL POINT, OCN
Wr J forti, Orrcna.
DRY GOODS CLOTHING HATS CAPS
SUGAR PINE, FIR AND YELLOW PINE,
Ten Thousand to Ten Million Feet.
Apply for terms to
FRED. H. ROWE, Tolo, Or,
Hope—Quote lOal'e per pound.
Potatoes—to^idOc per sack.
or gallon tins, fRdlOc
Oats—Market quiet. Quote 2s(^30c per
Wool—Quote spring 166219c, eastern
Provisions—Bacon. ll@13c; hams, 12U
04 l.'tc; shoulders, lie
Wheat-Valley,?1 l.>a|l 17, Walla Walla,
$1 0* a ctl
Barley—Brewing,whole,Shall, 10 ground,
per ton. $22^25 00
Corn- Il 50 per cental.
¡flour— Valley standards quoted at 14.00;
Walla Walla brands. |3 75.
Feed—Bran,|13 Oowllt O0;shorts.|16 1»
chop, 118^120; chopi«*d barley. |22(g(425
Butter—Quote extra choice creamery,
3)(AX5 c ; fair to choice, 18a20c; store, 13a
20c per Bi
Beef, wholesale, 3>ic;
dressed, 7c; sheep. 3 ‘ic per th; dressed,
7c; bogs, dressed, 7>^c; veal. ««Sc.;
lambs. |2 50 each.
Poultry—Quote chickens. |g 5031 SO, for
young, and |5 50 for old, old ducks. Ill;
W per dot; turkey«. )5c pag
Fresh Fruits—Sicily lemons. |8; peaches,
1 75 per box; peurs, 11 25 per box
Hi.les—The market is firm and shows
no cliaqge. Quote dry hides lie. green
IftGc, sheep, pells, short wool,
dium 50« 70c long 80M1 00. shearing 1««
20c; deerskins, 32a37; tallow, good to
Dried Fruits—Sun-dried quartered ap
ples, 4«f5, factory sliced 6c, Oregon plums
5<&7, Oregon prunes "age. pears SalQc,
SAN .« ancisco .
Wheat—No 1 shipping |; 27<gl 30.
Barley—Feed, common to fair, OOaGJ’ic;
gcxHl to choice. 63%a65Wc; brewing, 70ca
Oats—97Lc@|l (>0 for common to choice.
Potatoes--peerless -|0a50. Burbank seed
lings, OOe'JOc; Garnet Chile, A5c, Early
Hops—Quotations range from lOallc.
Wool—Htimbftldt anti Mendocino, lflc;
eastern Oregon. 15,-.20c; valley. 15a22c;
fall, mountain free.l2Jjc; Sau Joaquin am!
Butter—For good to fancy, quote 13a21c;
Hay—Quotations range from I8al4 per
Bags—Firm, at 8.
Onions—11 40a|l (Ute per cental
The City to be Rebuilt at Once.
on. •......... .............
each subtxAquent insertion.......
Lffi Legal advertieem«»nts inserted rearoneble
A fair reduction from the above rates rnadeto
yearly and time advertiser«.
THE TIMES JOB OFFH’E
is more complete by far than any other in South
ern Oregon, and compares favorably with ar y in
the Btate. Job Printing of every imaginable
description done at Ban Francisco rate«, and in«
promptand first -class manner.
K»t sound railroads, the big n-‘W warehouse
of theSeattleTraneferCompanv.thc branch
agricultural house of Slaver A Walker, al!
the corrugated ironeomtni.«>:on and whole
sale warehou'-e.s alone the water-irunt.
Stetson <t Post's sawmill.
But to give a list of everything burned
would be to reproduce most of the Seattle
It is estimated that the total loss to the
city in buildings alone is easily »lo.oou.i»«»,
and all the |>»rsonal losses w ill probably
Whethr-r there is much loss oilife cannot
yet be ascertained.
The city is guarded by sentinel» of the
militia. Two fiends are said to have been
bung for atealiag.
Heaven was merciful that the fire was
allowed to occur in the daylight. Tue
Hames and smoke ascended to a clear sunny
sky. The weather was warm, but not too
Thousands of people are left destitute
and will sleep, if sleep they can to-night,
under the canopy of heaven. They hare
done their best to save a fewot their goods.
Many |>ersons must have lost their lives,
but who can te'l who they are?
The lodging house quarter and the slums
of the city were swept out of existence.
At this hour 10;3o i*. m ., a ruddy cloud
overhangs the burning timbers and the
tomb-like ruins. There are now no streets
in the bumwd diatr'ot. It
1» all . burning d»
u . mu
bns, W1U> ■ •*» standing walls,
Paclilc Postal Telegrapl;
had connection with the wires soon alter
the ofti.e was vacated, placing a table on
the open street. The office is now moved
into a frame building used as the office of
the Moore Land Company.
llexter Horton Jt Co.'s bank was on the
corner of Commercial and Wasliing'on
streets. Like the other banks, only its
safe remains, whatever the contents may
1 he Pacific Clothing House, also
the New York Ciotbing House, were
among the large concerns to be completely
Tliemost terrible calamity experienced
by any western city was the burning of
the entire business portion of Seattle,
W.T., last Thursday, June etb. 'lhe fol
lowing graphic account of the conflagra
tion is taken from the 8. F. "Examiner'«”
BOOTS and SHOES.
special ot that date.
Seattle.Juneflth. The ent ire business por
tion of Seattle is iiow nothing but smoking
ruins. About 3 F. m . some turpentine
caught tire in the basement of a two-story
frame building on the southwest corner of
Front and Madison streets. The building
Which was owned by Mrs. Margaret J.
Pontius, and tlie first story of which was
by the Seattle Shoe Company, the
We. have on ho ml r ?-U
In the abjwv
uppetr flour Iceing uccutJaJ tor
Itneii of (roods, which we enn «*0 cheaper than
Soon abl;i V. An alarm was instantly
th«*y can be fm >l«J anywhere in nouthern Oregon,
an w<* I ihv «* nut very few expeiiM«*?*. All kindw
er tire deDart
turned in and the volunteer
of produce taken in exchange ami
ment responded promptly but it was m>-
pn.siolp m make headway with the tierce
highest market price
llarues. 1 bis building, like most others of
its kind in the business center, was not de
»Howl'd for same. Call and see tor>;,>'‘r»<;l yes
tached, hut was the corner one of a row of
J ADD Bi 1>KOS*.
frame buildings all joined together and of
vanous heights. Valiantly del the depart
ment hght the fire, bqt without avail, for
the buildings o( tinder were an easy prey
tu what witbin ten minuteg from the time
it started .developed into a conflagration.
AT CENTRAL POINT,
Adjoining the first building was the
Are ;i positive cun* fur every form of skin,
wholesale liquor «tore of Dietz A Meyer.
scalp and blood disease, with loss of hair, from
soon as vie fire reached it the barrels
pimples tobcnduU, except ¡»oMdbieichthyosis.
oi liquor exploded with terrific reports and
Sold ♦*verywh<*re. Prtuu, i’ulirura, ’ j O c ; Key
scttit® red flaming timbers far and wicje.
solvent, <1 Soap, is . Prepared by th«* P«»tt«*r
Where is kept constantly on ha ml u compiete Drug and ( ncmlcu! I orporaiion. lioston.
The Denny block, ip which wax a wlio’e-
ami first -class Htock ‘»I
salecon(ect!.,r>ery >t >rv, Gilmore & Co.’«
T**'Send for “How to Cure Skin Discaxi-s,’’
real < state « ffive and several other eslab-
The following ad<lreM delivered at tho
61 pages. 50 illustrations, ami HJO teatimonials.
lishui« : h -. in. lu img a number of protee- funeral of t.rai.dma llubinaon la-t week
D A DV’Q skin an«l Scalp preserved and i>«*au-
by i’ruf. Dean of Talent is no appropri
DADT U titled by Cuticura Soap. Ataulutvly
went, was »0011 licked up Cumpleteiv. Thii ate that we reproduce it entire ;
Stoves, Tinware, Cutlery,
As we have met to pay the last trib
flood l,ie t-<>.eman building on Front street
to the south were utterly useles**, for the utes of respect to the remains of one « l.o
flames leaped acron Marion street with was loved and respected by all who
greedy rapidity, from two saloons—the Pal knew her, the question is pertinent,
ace saloon and the Opera House saloon— whence the grief'’ It is not an occasion
OttS OF ALL KINDS.
and m less than thirty minute- another for outbursts of joy, but who shall say
square whs burned to ashes, taking in Ad- that death is always a time for tears’
diaon Smith s grocery. Merchant s whole-
CTRL BEGINS FROM FIRST APPLICATION.
When a tender babe is taken froiu
sale confectionery and fruit store, J. W.
AMi IS RAPID. RADICAL. AND
All Sh«>uldrrs to tlie Wbtel.
hang & Co. s drugstore, John bpencer’s us, leaving life’s journey untried ; when
None of the towns in tlie valley need be plumbing and «team-fitting establishment, a young tnan or young woman, large in
apprehensive lest any one place will mo K. J. Graiiam'8 tailor shop, Edgar Bryan's hoi>e and high in promise, is stricken
It is the mucous m.-tubrtuie. that wonderful nopolize the advantages to lie obtained from pawnshop, the Palace restaurant, bimison down by the fell destroyer; or when one
acnii-lluld envelope surrounding lite delleute the location of the district fair. It is a Bros.’ shoe store. Miuster’s barber **liop, in the full prime of manhood or woman
tissues of the air and fissi passages, that Ca
Ami <*v« rything cla<* imaginable hi thia line.
well-known fact that horsemen always levy's clothing stoie and Dubuily « di hood is borne to tlie grave, with life's
My giMMix ar** new and of the best brands, and tarrh makes Its stronghold. Once .■atabllshed. like to jog oF walk their animals several Maiion’s ch thing store.
It <vts Into the very vitals, and renderà life
will’be «old at the
M bile ibis square wa* burning, the opera work but halt accomplished, we inst.net-
hut a long-drawn t.reuth of misery and <lia- miles before working them on the track,
• •astbdulling the sense of hearing, trammell and after their accustomed exercise to cool house block on th- »s«r siflo ot Front itely feel that there is something wrong
Lowest Ruling Prices.
ing «Me |s.wer of speech, destroying the facul them off well by a similar slow gaitlwfore street, between "
.i 'fr.rion, and somewhere and the oft repeated, “tue
ty of »meli, tainting the lirmith.'anokilling the retu-ning to the stable. We make the pre extending up Mu.iv.i ,.a.« «ay to Second fxird giveth and the Lord taki tii away,
Give me a rail Indore going «•IxcwlH'r«*.
rertn.'.l pleasure» of taste. Insidiously, by
caught fire in the upper stories. is at least but a doubtful consolation.
J. C. SHERIDAN.
creeping on from a siuiplt* cold In the head, it diction that the race track near Centra! street
ussiuilts I he meuibriu.oue lining and envelops Point will in a very few years l-e one of the I his building, a tine,three-story brick struc But when one who has live«! far beyond
by George Frye and valued at the three score year» and ten, allotted to
tin- Nines, eatmg tbiamgh the delicate emits most populartraiidnrandiievelopingtrai ks
ami causing inflammation, sloughing, and otii on the coast. e»p< ciallv in winter, hih I the «125,(JUO, sooii yield.-il t-> the irrepressible the life of human beinf—one old in years
er diing<*r<ms symptoms. Nothing short of to
tongues ol flame. With it went ihe b.-attle
tal erudleutlon will secure health to the pa neighboring towns which have fore* ght pburniacy. the warehouse of the Gulden 1 < ■ and ricii in good deeds, lies down to an
tient, and all alleviativi*» are simply unenu- enough to provide good roads to reach it in Rule Baziar. Itiirris A Co.'s large dry eterna1 rest, why should we mourn?
tmaterl auflering». Sanfonl's Ka<li<*al Cure, t>y all weather need have no fear a» to securing
Methinks in this,and othertixuilar cas
inhalution and liy Internal administration, a share of the resulting patronage The goods and clothing store, Abernethy'«
rarely fails; even when the disease has made very superior quality of our hay. oats and shoe store, t rosse A Co.’s undertaking es es, if we analyze our feelings, we shall
frightful lnroiuls on dcllcat.* constitutions, water, not tosjieak of a track which will be tablishment, Latour's large drygood« find that grief ¡»caused, not so much by
hearing, smell and taste have ls*en recover«!, fully as good in winter as in summer, will bouse. Broadman a paints and oils es'ub-
the passing away of one rijsj and ready
and the disc'asc thoroughly driven out.
induce many to bring their fine stock here lisbment, clearing up another square.
Sanford's Radical Cure for Catarrh
The Kenyon block to the north of fortlie harvest, as by the manner of
to handle, even though it may put them to
Consists of one isutlc of the Radical Cure, one considerable exjiense to do so. The pre- where the tire originated had to go death, the suffering, the agony preced-
box of Catarrhal ¡solvent, and one Improved vail-ng mild weather and freedom from too, nothwuhstatidine the wind was I I ing it, and that our tears die accompa
Inhaler, neatly wrapped in one package, with
cold draughts ir. winter will recommend from the northeast a littie by north. In nied by a hope that human tesearcli will
he srnscRinER takes pleastke in full dfr.vtions; price, fl.0U. Slid everywhere. the locality to all extierienced trackmen, tins block «a- the job printing office ot tlie sometime discover that such suffering
announcing that hi« Mt«*ani naw.mill is now P ottjji Ilitvu .v C hemical C okpohatios .
Lveuing limes - Veneti A Vaughn's can be traced to preventable causes.
and it will only lie ’ necessary to provide
running on full time and turning out a large
Ik «TON. M ass .
suitable accommodations to ensure their music Store and 1’aMh- a ta lor shop.
The deceased had long since crossed
quantity of lumber. II«* is prepared to till all
krotu the opera house block the fire,
coniine Again, in tbe matter of attendance
«axleiH with dispatch, and at the moat reasona
the bridge that spans the turbulent river
ble rates. A tine quality of
at tbe fairs we may reasonably look to see now last becoming a monstrous confla of life and was waiting patiently on tlie
rpecial trains run on tbe railroad from gration, swallowed up the square to the
Fidn<*y, Civrine Paint* and Wrak- (■rant's Pass to Ashland conveying scores south, consisting a!l of twe-story buidings, other shore—not for tiiat grim and ghast
ALL KINDSOF LUMBER,
t / i FT f I i i»*****. reli<*Vfd in on»- minutv by the
the frame occupied by E. Lube's Golden ly spectre in the guise ot which our im
including tlie beat rustic, ceiling and thairing.
i’uticnr» Anti-Pidn Plaater. th«* first and hundreds of visitors to whatever inter Rule Bazaar, the Californiaciotbing house, agination is wont to picture death—but
«nd only pain-killina plaster. New, mediate or terminal point furnishes th«
furnished on short notk*«*.
Bros, large tailoring establishment for the cheerful, welcome summons to
inatiintMneouK, lnfa'libh1. 25 cents.
best hotel accommodations. Jacksonville,
3 »"Nit in fact ion guaran t < -cd.
S. S. SMITH.
too, may expect to have her hotels crowded the Oilental Bazaar and several other big go hence.
during the fair, as may also Medford, tbe
Irramlnia Robinson, as the deceased
Notwithstanding the progress of the
drive of four miles over a good road in the
was familiarly known, w.» born in Cum
early morning or in the evening being ex flames, the fire department struggle ! anti berland county, Pennsylvania. May 11,
tremely pleasant at that season. Now that fierce determination to »ave the valuable
1806, married to John Robinson in ltuss
the fair has been secured it. should be the portion of Front street to lhe south be
Medicine for Throat and Lung Diffi
unremitting endeavor of all sections in the tween Columoia street and Yssler, which county, Ohio, at the age of sixteen, her
county to insure the success of the first was one magnificent row of fine brick parents moving to the latter place when
culties has long been, and still is, Ayer’«
meeting and thereby the certainty of re buildings of two and three stories, where she was two years of age ; that part of
Cherry Pectoral. It cures Croup,
taining it- No Iietter way of countenancing four banks had their offices—the Bank of Ohio being then a new or frontier coun
Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, and
and upholding it can lie devised than the Commerce. Merchants' National, First Na try.
Asthma; soothes irritation ot tha
subscribing for a few shares «f sto- k in the tional aiol Washington Guarantee and
fn 1837. she with her husl>a>. I moved
Larynx and Fauces; strengthens th«
county associatoin, aud we are glad to learn Loan Association and Savings Bank This
Vocal Organs; allays soreness of th«
that liberal-mil tied citizens all over the row cons stc<l of the corner block occupied to that portion of Iowa known as tire
in 18.VI, they,
coyi'ty are signifying their det-rmination by Tok.as, Mugerinati A Co.'s gigantic Bla< khaw it Purchase,
Lungs; prevents Consumption, and,
to put sue that Cour»». The intrinsic value win lesale dry go ds. etc , emporium, the with six children, crossed the plains to
even in advanced stages of that disease,
of the grounds will insure the slock re Cnioii block, the 1'orcin building, the San Oregon, settling Ufion a donation claim
relieves Coughing and Induces Sleep.
Francisco clothing house. Star block, the on Wagner creek, Jackson county,
maining at par or above.
There is no other preparation for dis
Arcade building and the Y.-sler I lock on
eases of the throat and lungs to be com
Occidental square, all the telegraph offices where she has since lived. That being
General Contractor in
CAUSE or THE GROWL,
in the time of the Rogue river Indian
being in the last named
pared with this remedy.
It was generally supjiosed that the en war, they were obliged to build a strong
“My wife bail a distressing cough,
tire water front would go. hut it was hoped, barricade of logs around their rude cabin
with pains in the side and breast. We
if such was inevitable, that these buildings for protection fiotn Indian a ljci.sc,Loos
tried various medicines, but none did
could be saved. The Safe Deposit Com ing this method rather than ire.pieiitly
her any good until I got a bottle of
pany also bad a row in this block.
fleeing with their neighbors to Fort
Ayer’« Cherry Pectoral, which has cured
Explosion« of giant powder were fruit
her. A neighbor, Mrs. Glenn, hail the
ier» to prevent the awful spread of the re Wagner, at the mouth of the creek.
measles, and tlie cough was relieved by
A nephew of the deceased, named
lentless Gomorrah-1.ke sheets of flame and
the use of Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral. I
clouds of blinding, suffocating smoke. Milligan, was shot by the Indians in tbo
have no hesitation in recommending this
Onward theconflagration went—cracking, Siskiyou mountains when the train to
roaring, al iiost shrieking.
which lie belonged was entering the val
The tl.ree-story building to the rear of ley ; so the family was familiar with the
” What are yon growling at, sir?”
“At the amount you are eating, air! Have
to every one afflicted.”—Robert norton.
hardship and dangers incident to fron
you no regard for the feeling» ot a dyspeptic, Welton A Co '» sail factory, was an easy tier life. Having witnessed the growth
Foreman Headlight, Morrillton, Ark.
prey to the terrible heat and cinders from
' and development of Jackson county from
•• I have been afflicted with asthma
• No, air I Oo and taka a course ot Joy's Vegeta- Hie burning Commercial Mill and lumber I its earliest settlement, the personal re-
forty years. Last spring I was taken
ST. MARY’S ACADEMY, for
Na Saraapartlla and you won't have the dye- yards.
w itli a violent cough, which threatened
Tbe fire was soon communicated to To i miniscences of the deceased would find
to terminate my days. Every one pro
kias, Singernian A Co.'s. The water waa 1 a fitting place in the history of this part of
John Argali ot 628 Golden Gale avrnne giving out and tbe streams from the sev
nounced me in consumption. I deter
Jhe state. Her husband,formerly known
wt I im : - Yon may also u>e my name u au ail
mined to try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
ditfonal antbority that "The Calllorula eral lines of hose only reached the second as Uncle Johnny Robison, died in 1870,
Its effects were magical. 1 was immedi
JOT'S Vegetable Sarsaparilla,will cure stones.
ately relieved and continued to improve
dy»p«p»ia and liver and kidnoy complaint, it
Tbe Tacoma fire department haiteome since which time the deceased has had
Tlie scholastic ve.tr of this ecli.a.l will com
until entirely recovered.”—Joel Bullard,
baa dona it for me."
over from Tacoma in eixty-two minutes on a welcome home with her children, each
mence about tlie ’end of Amr».»», and is divided
limes Welle. Oakdale. Cel. writes: "I
deeming her presence an honor and a
in four sessions of ten weeks each.
eaflered acutely from dyepepala tor year., th“ l’tiget bound Shore railroad, but both pleasure.
" Six months ago I had a severe hem
Hoard and tuition, per term.......
srarooly taking a meal without the distressing departments combined were |>owerle»s.
orrhage of the lungs, brought on by an
It would lie of interest to mention in
pains ot iudlgestion. 1 t.s>k Joy's Vecetable Attempts to blow up tbe i nion block
Prawlnv und ralntiiiK..................
incessant cough which deprived me of
8ar»AP*rllla with the happiea. ot rcsulu. II were more disastrous to the valiant tire this connection that the deceased was
lied and Ih-ddlnK...............................
relieved me of it entirely
sleep and rest. I tried various reme
fighters than anything < I e All this row the mother of eleven children, of whom
dies. but obtained no relief until I be
of building» succumbed, although the occu
s 5 00
gan to take Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. A
pants had time to get out must of their three sons survive her. Of living grand
children,twenty-seven ; great grandchil
?<-w l»ottles of'tliis medicine cured me.”
most valuable effects.
Mrs. E. Coburn, 19 Second st., Lowell,
The square to lhe north gave way to the dren, thirty-nine; great, great grand
Senior and Graduatimi Depart metti
a . M. at
fire easily, and soon the roof of tlie three- children, one.
Pupils are received nt any time, aid s,»ecial
the V. M. L. Hall. Talent
story Occidental hotel, the finest hotel in
attention is |mid to |au-ti.-ular studies In behali
Grandma Robinson, as testified bv all
•• For children afflicted with colds,
of children who have but n liuiitc.! time, lor
the city, got ».blaze. Before the conflagra who knew her, possessed uncommonly
roughs, sore throat, or croup, I do not
further parti, i.lnrs apply st the Aeadenty.
know of any remedy which will give
at 11 a . m . and 4 r. m . ; 2d Sunday, Gold germail A Co., Cbilberg's wholesale gro high moral endowments. The was ac
more sjieetly relief than Ayer’s Cherry
Hill at 11 a . M. and Sam's valley at 8 r. M ; cery, the banks above mentioned. Treen's tuated, throughout her long career, by
Pectoral. I have found it, also, invalu
3il Sunday, Antioch, at 11 a m and 4 r. m . ; shoestore. 1‘uniphrey's book store, Low- the strictest integrity and an unswerv
able in cases of Whooping Cough.” —
4th Sunday, Eagle Point at It a . m . and 8 man A Hanford's book, stationery and ing adherence to w hat she believed to l>e
Ann Lovejoy, 1257 Washington street,
r. m .
job pr tiling < stablishinent, went to ashes. right, and, indeed, it may be truly said,
The following are Rev. Ill Ennis' ap
On Yesler avenue the Western Union. that what she lielieved to be* right would
pointments: On every Sunday morning, Pacific Postal and 1’uget Sound Telegraph not be a bad rule of life for her snrvivors
were burned out; also the to adopt and follow. Few were her en -
ILL MAKE THE HEAKON OF 1HW) AH FOL
J.»w«u Commenciug at Henry Brown m place
at the Presbyterian church in Phoenix; on building of the' Daily Post-Intellieencer ' en>ies;ifsbe had any, they must have
near Brownsboro on Moaiiai. April 22d. «ml re
the third Sunday morning and every Sun and tbe office ot tbe Canadiau Pacific Rail
maining tbro. day»: ihence to my place in lable
Lawyers and doctors, been persons of whose merits no com
day evening he will preach at the Presby road Company.
Kock precinct, returning to each »tend eyeO'
Dr. J. C. Ayer & A., Lowsll, Mass.
She was charita
who mostly occupied the offices, were munity would boast.
terian church in Jacksonville.
ninth day during the ««won emling July 1. I bw
The following are Rev. J. W. Miller's burned out. although there was mercifully ble to a fault, an.) many a neighbor fur
Belli by all Drurpsta. Prtc« »1; six hottie«, 0.
DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE:
regular appointments: The first Sabbath in allowed enough time to get out libraries and near, could tender most grateful
Norfolk is n beautifill <lark brown horse, of
acknowledgement of her kindness, sym
each montn at Gold Hill; second Sunday of and other valuable personal property.
tine etyle »nd action, 17 hands high and weighs
Tbe banks locked up tnetr currency, coin pathy and self-sacrificing show n .lining
each month at Central Point; third Sunilay
154JU pound»; his dam was half Norfolk and halt
Bellfiiunder; he was sired by a brown Clydes
at Medford; fourth Sunday at Jacksonville,
sickness bow »lie was the firstat the
dale horse, weighing 13oo pounds
holding services at ea< h place both morn safes, and leit them there to be spared by bedside of a sufferer and the last to leave
TxBMs:-beasoii. »8; insurance, «12. Any per
^liance or to be destroyed with the doomed
ing and evening of the days stated
it. Slie felt this acknowledgment in
sons disposing of mares forfeit their insurance.
The following are Elder M. Peterson's ap-
I will use all diligence to prevent accidents,
’¡Vlien the Occidental hotel burned down, the many acts and expressions of kind
but will not be responsible for any oecurring
pointmets forthe mouthof Jui e: The sec the J'uget Sound National Bank having of ness tendered by anxious ones during
( . H Pit. KENM.
ond Sunday at 11 a . m . at Woodville ami at ticers on the first floor at the front, mad«
her illness, and a|>oke in feeling terms of
Table Rock. Oregon. April 14.18MI
Gold Hill at I f. M.. also boldine meeting nt the fifth bank to suffer.
the "dear friends and kind neighbors.”
Gold Hill on the prec eding Saturday < ven
l he Butler budding tn which were the
ing; the third Sunday at ( entnil I'oinrimd offices of (’. H. Kittinger John latarv and Everything was done that could be done
the fourth Sunday at Medford. The fifth the "Morning Journal,” and which was just alike by physician, neighbor, friend and
Sunday he will pre.ich in the g tovc north of the Occidental, comtuunica'ed relative, to relieve her sufferings and
near Merlin on Jump off-Joe, in Josephine the flames from the burning district Pi lhe prevent the fatal termination of her ter
hotel. It was a three story frame building. rible injuries, and when death closed the
The "Evening I’reas” office was in the third scene, the community wept as a unit.
Purest Grove Poultry Yards.
story of the handsome Yesler block. The
As to her religious belief, l am not
Wyandottes. Plymouth Rocks.
Gordon Hardware Company and tbe Seat fully conversant. She was a memlier of
tages leave J acksonville every
the Phicnix Presbyterian church for a
Rose and Single Comb Brown 1-eghorn». were in the row of brick buildings.
Monday and Friday nt 6 o'clock a . m . for
Al) that could be done when these build time, but some years since she caused
WildcrviUc.r«*turning Tiie^layH and Saturday«.
Stag«* l«*av«*M for Uniontown on WitinesdHyH
ings succumbed ami the tire gave out com her name to be taken from its books.
at lOo'clock a . M.. returning Thursdays.
pletely, was to try to save life and property. She had ceased to endorse some of th«
Partridge Cochins and Black Minorca»,
People fled to tlie hills to the east, and doctrines of that denomination.
AMr.KICA's ICXST BKXKns.
My fowls have no suiieriors
Have won horses, flecked with foam, dashed upto the could not believe that a God of infinite
the highest honors at al! exhibitions for tlie highland» with promiscuous load« of every
thing attached in every available vehicle. mercy would condemn to everlasting
past eleven years.
The fire made awfui progress when it punishment any of his creatures for
Eggs, per sitting. $3; two sittings, |5.
Any jwrson wt»hlng to »<‘11 pniperty will
committing an infinite crime. She be
crossed Yesler avenue.
Send stamp for catalogue.
Cor. Front and Morrison Sts.
J. M. G arrison ,
Down in the water front quarter and ex lieved in a continued existence beyond
tending to Fourth street, the buildings this life, but tiiat it is a iietter state than
Forest Grove Or.
were mostly one or two stories and this. Death to her had no terrors. She
frame, although tbe Kern block, just op believed that acting in accunlance with
New fire-proot Brick. First-class in
the Occidental, the new Newlin
ll those knowing thembelves in
The following business has ^nien place
our best judgments in this life will prove
debted to the nndersignsd.cither by noteo. in this court—Judge Neil presiding— since building liardly completed, on Commercial
book «rcoiint. arc hereby carnctly requested tn our last report :
street, the ISquire block, corner of Second the surest passixirt to the joys of the lifo
THOS. GUINEAN, Proprietor.
call and wtt 1 e at their earliest convenient». Ont
to come. She did her dulv here and wo
In the matter of the estate of R. N. An and Main streets, stood out promineut as
fW*The Esmond Restnuriiut is unsurpassed bn».n«.mD-tbed<»«1
fine new brick buildings.
can truly say that the world is better for
in every particular.
The flames rushed and leaped on with her having lived in it.
nronertv of decedent be sold at private sale
Medford. May 12. IMS
terrific madness, giving people barely time
Let us cherish the hope that her be
by Mr. Beever, administrator.
Estate of John Bilger, deceased. Order to escape and the entire water front, in
lief in an immortal life of greater and
made for sale of realty.
coal-bunkers and the railroad track», the grander jxissibilities ami opportunities is
wholesale quarter and everything south of not a vain one and that in the * beyond
Union street and west of Second and Grandma Robison will reap the fruition
First a cold, then a cough, then con reaching around to the gas works, above of her highest ideals.
sumption, then death. “I took Dr.Acker’s Fourth street on Jackson, was completely
English remedy for Consumption the mo burned.
JarkfonUUe to Medford
ment I began to cough, and I believed it
The Arlington and Commercial Hotels
save my life.”—W. N. Wallace. Washing were destroyed, also the coal bunkers of
Patronise the only wagon that connects
ton. For sale by E. C. Brooks.
the Oregon Railway and Navigation Com
tmny, tlie docks of the Oregon Railway and the U. S. mail and Wells, Fargo de Co.’s
Navigation Company,the tracks of the Pu express. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Children Cry forPifcHSt’s Castoria. get Sound Shore and tbe Columbia aud l'u
J ualn pYAR, Driver.
Sanford’s Radical Cure For
THE LOWEST RATES.
Office and r**Mid«*ucc on California Street.
Call» attended promptly day or night.
I cannot aay enough in praise of the Cuticu
ra Kvinedi«*. My boy. wh«*n one jear of ag«*,
waeeo bad with eczema that he lost his hair.
Hi« scalp wax covered with eruption», which
the doctor said wan aeald head and that his
hair would never grow again. Dee pairing of
a cure from physicians. I began the uae of th«*
('uticura Kemediea, and, am nappy to «ay.with
the most p«*rfect ruoccm . His hair is now
splendid, and then* is not a pimple on him. I
recoiuinend the Cuticura llemcdlee to mothers
fa tnc most speedy, eoonoinical, an<l sure cure
for all skin diseases of infanta and children,
and f«4*l that «*verv mother who has an afflict
ed child will thank me for so doing.
MK8. M. E. WOODSUM, Norway, Me.
A Fever Sore Eight Years Cured.
1 mutg extend to you the thanks of one of
my customer«. j»*h<> has been cured by the Cu-
ticura Rcmedfea. of ap old aore. caused by a
lnng xbell of NckneM of f«*v«*r eight years ago.
H«> was so bad he was fearful he wouid have to
have his leg amputated, but is happy to say h«*
is now entirely well—ami nd ax a dollar. Here-
quextx me to use his name, which is H. H. Ca-
•m». nterehant of fM« id^qa.
JOHN V. MtN’OR. Druggist.
A f«*w weeks ago my wif«* suffered yery
much from a cutan<*ou» disease* of the scalp,
Hinl received no relief from the various reme
dies she used until she tried Uuticura. Thedis-
•*tti»c promptly yieldeti to this treatment, and
in a short while she wax entirely well. There
has IM*vn no return of the disease, and Cutl-
cura ranks No. 1 in out « Mbualiop for diseases
of the skin.
KEV. J. 1». BARKETT. D. D..
Raleigh, N. C.
THE BEST STYLE
— AND AT—
AND S U II G E O N.
Bad with Eciema. Hair all gene.
Scalp covered with Eruption«, and
Thought hi« hair would never
grew. Cured by Cuticura remodiea.
Hair Splendid and not a Pimple on
JOS. C. SHERIDAN, PROPRIETOR
—DONE IN —
DR. CEO. DE BAR,
P II Y S I C 1 A N
California Street. Jacksonville, Or
J. J. HOUCK,
P H T S 1 C ! A N
GRANDEST & LARGEST COLLECTION
Now Is Tour Timo to Get
OF NEW SUMMER
Ora»!’« Patt, Oregon.
HOT A PIMPLE ON HIM NOW.
Free Bridge Across Rogue River
Everylaidy Should Go and See the
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT I.AW,
ATTORNEYS AND COl'NctELOllfl AT LAW.
JACKSONVILLE, ORÄJP&THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1889
be inserted io (beTiura
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