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£!w j?mocratic (Times
Published every Thursday by the
ADVEBTI31NG AND JOB WOfiK.
TIMES PUBLISHING COMPN’Y
CHAM. KWKELL, Editor.
Jorner Third and C Street».
Hates of Sutecription:
One copy per annum, in advance..
" six months.........................
. 1 50.
Will practice In all the court» of the State.
Office in Hamlin'» brick building, up-stairs.
ATTORNEY AND COt’NSFLOR AT LAW,
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
P. P. PRIM,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
J. R. NEIL,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Will practice In all courts of the State. Office
in tlie Court House, first door to left of en
H. K. HANNA,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT I.AW,
FURNISHING GOODS. HATS,
California Street. Jacksonville, Or
J. J. HOUCK,
Gold Hill, Oregon,
Will attend To all busiirta» in my line with
promptness and at reasonable rates.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER.
THE BEST STYLE
- AND AT—
Office and residence on California Street.
Calls attended promptly day or night.
R E S I 1» E N T DENTIST.
D. CRONEMILLER & SON S,
R. PRYCE, M. D.,
GEO. 0. G1LLÄNT & CO.,
(Successors to A. II. MAEGLY & CO.)
NEW GOODS, NEW PRICES CENTRAL POINT, OCN
P II Y S 1 C IAN AND SURGED N,
Office in Williams Brick Building, up-stairs.'
Will carry a full stock of Heavy and Builder’s Hardware, Tin
ware, Stoves, Carpenters' Tools, the World-Renowned Victor Mow
ers, Bain Wagons,
DR. A. J. LAPPEUS,
Central Point, Oregon.
Calls attended day or night.
HDLLINCSWORTH TIGER SULKY RAKE,
r H. OATMAN. SUCCESSOR TO J. O. HAM-
v • akor A Co., or Bonanza, Klamath county, Or.,
has purchased a large and first-class stock of
goods which are now on the way from Portland,
and will bo sold Cheap for Cash. Everybody in
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. invited to call and examine goods and prices be
fore purchasing elsewhere. You can always find
on hand a full line of
DR. S. DANIELSON,
Special attention given to Chronic Diseases.
E. P. GEARY, M. D.-
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office in Hamlin’s Block. Residence on C
E. B. PKKEL, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Barnes’ Rakes, Victor Mower Extras, and Sections for all Mowers
commonly carried in this market. Also the Celebrated Garden City
Clothing, Boots and Shoes. and Oliver Chilled Plows and extra Shares for same.
Groceries, Hardwr re
Agency for the White, the King of all Sewiug Machines.
and everything generally to be found in a first-
WS“ Call and examine this splendid line of Goods before buying
claE6 Country Store.
JAS. MORTON, Manager
Bonanza, April 18 1888.
Geo. R. Gallant & Co., Central Point, Or.
YAQUINA BAY ROUTE
DR. L. WIGGIN !»
VETERINÄR Y SURGEON,
Offioe and residence a few miles west of
Best of reference given and satisfaction
DR. W. STANFIELD,
E L E C T I C PHYSICIAN,
Has locateti in Ashland, Or., for the practice
of his profession Makes all chronic diseases,
such as Rheumatism, Asthma, Piles, Kidney
Complaints, etc., a specialty.
W. H. SOMMERS, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON & ACCOUCHEUR,
Professional calls promptly attended to day or
Consultations in either English or German.
Officii and residence on California street, cor
ner of Fifth street.
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
FREIGHTS & FARES THE LOWEST
OF ASHLAND, OR.,
Late of California,
INLOW * ASHPOLE,
VINES AND SHRUBBERY
NO APHIS OR LICE ON TREES
Apple Trees................................. $ «to «10 per 100
Peach “ ................................. 10
Plum and Prune Trees............. 8 “ 10“ “
Other trees and shrubbery furnished reasona
Send for Catalogue to
J. H. 8ETTLEMIER, Woodburn, Or.
J. C. CARSON,
We keep Constantly on Hand a Complete and Well Selected As
MOST REASONABLE RATES
A full line in stock of
GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
W, Iron, Minin» and Saw-Mill Machinery.
Any kind raised in a first-class Nursery.
Please give us a trial and judge
INLOW & ASHPOLE.
PARKE * LACY,
FRUIT TREES & SHRUBBERY,
L C. ROLLE
Foetoffice, Eagle Point,
('attie branded J O on
left hip. Marks, »wal-
low*fork in left tai and
under-alope in right. Al
so cattle with under-bit
in each ear. branded with
anchor on right hip^
Horses branded L on
THE UNDKWIKINED HAVE TAKEN CHARGE
I of Prank Brmn’. old .tnml in Waldo. J<wu
plan, coant,. «nd will kcp.it .tockwl with th. JACKSONVILLE, •
beef of Wines, Liquors, end Cigars. Give us a
call We will treat you w«l).
SOWELL A YARBROUGH
to do al Iwork in hla line in the best manner
and at reasonable prices.
G WO. 8CHUMPF.
---- ASA 1C FOR___
J. I. ARTHÜR Manager.
33 and 35 North Front St. Portland Oregoi
Saw Logs. Saw. Logs.
I am prepared to conti act for the delivery of good merchantable
>sw luge of the following kind»:
SUGAR PINE, FIR AND YELLOW PINE,
delivered on the banks of Rogue River at any point between the
mouth of Butte Creek and the mouth of Red Blankot creek, and will
pay cash on delivery for same in quantities from
persons knowing thkmsklvks
indebted to the estate of Dr. J. H. Chit-
wood by note or book account, er« hereby noti
fled to «Mtle the same within the next thirty
days or reader themselvoe liable tn cost® of «ait.
U. B. WATSON,
CURE BEGINS FROM FIRST APPLICATION.
AND 18 RAPID. RADICAL, AND
It-is the mucous membrane, that wonderful
semi-fluid envelope surrounding the delicate
tlKHuesofthc air and food passages, that. Ca
And everything else imaginable in this lino.
My goods are new and of the best brands, and tarrh makes its stronghold. Once established,
it eats into the very vitals, and renders life
will be sold at the
buta long-drawn breath of misery and dis
ease, dulling the sense of bearing, trammell
Lowest Ruling Prices.
ing the power of speech, destroying the facul
ty of sinell, tainting the breath, and killing the
Give me a call before going elsewhere.
refined pleasures of taste. Insidiously, by
J. C. SHERIDAN.
creeping on from a simple cohl in the head, it
assaults the membranous liningand envelops
the bones, eating through the delicate coats
mid causing Inflammation, sloughing,and oth
er dangerous symptoms. Nothin]? snort of to
tal eradication will secure health to the pa
tient, and all allevlatives are simply procras
tinated sufferings. Sanford’s Radical Cure, by
Inhalation and by internal administration,
rarely fails; even when the disease has made
frightful inroads on delicate constitutions,
hearing, smell and taste have been r<*covered,
and the disease thoroughly driven out.
Sanfonl’s Radical Cure for Catarrh
Consists of one bottle of the Radical Cure, one
box of Catarrhal Solvent, and one Improved
Inhaler, neatly wrapped in one package, with
HE SUBSCRIBER TAKER PLEASURE IN full directions; price, $1.00. Sold everywhere.
announcing that his steam saw-mill is now P otter D rug & C hemical C orporation ,
running on full time and turning out a large
B oston , M ass .
«luantity of lumber. He is prepared to fill all
orders with dispatch, and at the most reasona
ble rates. A fine quality of
STEAM SAW MILL
S. S. SMITH, Prop’r.
WEAK, PAINFUL BACKS,
Ki<*ney» Uterine Pains and Weak-
V/rj/li nrases, relieved in one minute by the
including the best rustic, ceiling and flooring,
Cnticura Anti-Pain Plaster, the first
furnished on short notice.
and only pain-killing plaster. New,
instantaneous, infallible. 25 cents.
8. 8. SMITH.
J. C. WHIPP,
ORECON ST. JACKSONVILLE, OR.,
.*r jx‘*jine for Throat and Lung Diffi-
u'liM hi< long been, and still is, Ayer’s
Ciunry Pec.iral. It cures Croup,
Cough, Bronchitis, and
AkiLittui i soothes irritation of the
jLaryux and Fauces: strengthens tbe
oeal Organs; allays soreness of the
Lungs; prevents Consumption, and,
even in advanced stages of that disease,
rr.heves Coughing and induces Sleep.
There is no other preparation for dis
eases of the throat and lungs to be com
pare«! u ith this remedy.
“ My wife had a distressing cough,
with p. ms in the side and breast. We
tried vailous medicines, but none did
her any good until I got a bottle of
Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral, which has cured .
her. A neighbor, Mrs. Glenn, had tlie
measles, and the cough was relieved by
the use of Ayer’s Cnerry Pectoral. I
have no hesitation in recommending thia
to every oce afflicted.Robert Horton,
Foreman Headlight, Morrillton, Ark.
“ I have been afflicted with asthma
for forty years. Last spring I was taken
with a violent cough, which threatened
to terminate my days. Every one pro
nounced me in consumption. I deter
mined to try Ayer’s Cnerry Pectoral.
Its effects were magical. I was immedi
ately relieved and continued to improve
until entirely recovered.”—Joel Bullard,**
“ Six months ago I had a severe hem
orrhage of the lungs, brought on by an
incessant cough which deprived me of
sleep and rest. I tried various reme
dies, but obtained no relief until I be-
?;an to take Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral. A
ew Ixittles of this medicine cured ine.”
Mrs. E. Coburn, 19 Second st., Lowell,
” For children afflicted with colds,
coughs, sore throat, or croup, I do not
know of any remedy which will give
more speedy relief than Ayer’s Cherry
Pectoral. I have found it, also, invalu
able in cases of Whooping Cough.” —
Ann Lovejoy, 1257 Washington street,
ST. MARY’S ACADEMY,
SISTERS OF THE HOLY NAMES-
The scholastic year of this school will com
mence about the end of August, and Is divided
in four sessions of ton weeks each.
S to oo
Board and tuition, fler term
Drawing and Painting.......
lied and Bedding..................
Primary Department................................... $ 5 00
................................... 8 00
Senior and Graduating Department......... 10 00
Pupils are received at any time, and special
attention is paid to particular studies in behalf
of children who have but a limited time. For
further particulars apply at the Academy.
MAKE THE SEASON OF 1880 A8 FOL-
iows: Commencing at Henry Brown’s place
near Brownsboro on Monday, April 22d. and re
maining three days: »hence to my place in Table
Rock precinct, returning to each stand every
ninth day during the season ending July 1, 1889.
DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE:
Norfolk is a beautiful dark brown horse, of
tine style and action, 17 hand» high and weigh«
1500 pound®; his dam was half Norfolk and half
Bellfoundor,’he was aired by a brown ( lydee
dale horse, weighing 18oo pounds.
T krmb :—Season. $8; insurance, $12. Any per
sons disposing of mares forfeit their insurance.
I will use all diligence to prevent accidents,
but will not be responsible for any occurring.
C. H PICKENS.
TahJe Rock. Oregon, April 14.1889.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Dr. J. C. Ayer-* Co., Lowtli, Ml«».
Sold b» »11 Dm,»1.U, Frira «1; ail bnitlw, »*•
LUCKEY & GO
JANE REDDING, Proprietress. Will Sell, Rent, Lease and Handle
THE INGERSOLL -ROCK DRILLS ANO COMPRESSORS MRS.
tages leave jacksoxvillb every
Real-Estate on Commission.
Monday and Friday at » o’clock A. M. for
and WIRE ROPE-SPECIALTIES.
Stage leaven for Uniontown on Wednesday,
at M> o’clock A. M.. returning Thursday».
SOLE AGENTS FOR
A Choice Collection of City and
Passemers taken at Reasonable Rates. Country Property for sale.
Westinghouse Automatic and Junior Engines.
CITY BARBER SHOP.
Sanford’s Radical Cure For
OF ALL KINDS,
Tlie Large and Fast Draft Stallion,
WINDOW ANO PLATE GLASS
U N RIVALED GOOD8!
Look at the.*e lots before pnrebasing elsewhere
romtn1 lw»r they are situated on Main street
within 5(10 yards of the New Depot Hotel now be'
K built. Enqaireof
E. MINER. Ashland House
AKIN, SELLINC & CO.’S
Sash. Doors, Blinds
Will be Sold for 1200; Easy Payments.
13 nil ding-,
Those wanting trees will dowdl to give me
their orders, as I will guarantee satisfaction.
LOT* AR® 50xM0 FEET AND ARE
I warrant al) my trees, if properly cared for.
1 the ( hoiceat Residence Ix»te in Ashland.
Terms of payment easy. Produce taken at
market price. IrtOOtbs. of Peach Seed want«*d.
A. S. JOHNSON.
Jacksonville, Oregon, Aug. 1,1ML
THE BOSS BOOTS
UNDERSIGNED IS NOW TAKINO OR-
ders through Jackson and Josephine coun
SOWELL 4 YARBROl'GH. Prop’s.
JOS. G. SHERIDAN, PROPRIETOR.
Cemetery Work a Specialty.
MINER’S ADDITION TO ASHLAND.
AT CENTRAL POINT,
Fruit, Shade Ornamental and Nnt Trees
Are now prepared to furnish the best of music
for public or private Parties, Balls, Picnics, Ac , Estimates and price-list sent on applicati on.
at any point on the coast.
COUNTRY ORDERS A SPECIALTY.
Al) the new popular music is played by this
Factory at Weidler’s MUI. Salesrooms cor
Having employed a large number of mu®icians Third »nd E streets, Portland, Oregon.
we are able to furnish any number of bands.
Any instruments or a caller furnished to other
bands. All orders by mail or telegraph prompt-
ly attended to. Terms always reasonable. Ad
PROF. GAN I ARD,
By the Thousand !
MARDWAllE AMI TINWARE DEPOT
MARBLE, STONE OR GRANITE
WE INVITE INSPECTION.
highest market price
allowed for same. Call and see for yoursel ves
he undersigned have formed a
copartnership with an authorized capital of
$55*000, for the purpose of carrying on a Gener
al Banking Business in all ot its branches in
STEAMER SAILING DATES
Jacksonville, Oregon. Office at the old stand
FROM SAN FRANCISCO:
• General Contractor in
of Beekman’s Banking House, 8. E. corner Cal Willamette Valley...... May 23<1, June 1st and 9th.|Willamette Valley... .May 19th,28th, June 5th.
ifornia and Third streets.
(’. C. BEEKMAN,
THOR. G. REAMER.
Trains connect with the 0. & C. R. R. and River Boats at Corvallis and Albany.
On the Willamette River the elegant steamboats, Win. M. HOAG, M. 8. BENTLY and THREE
Leave Portland,Monday, Wednesday.Friday.6 A.M.|Leavo Salem, Tuesday, Thursday Saturday. 6 a . m .
Keeps the largest stock of
Leave Corvallis, Monday, Wednesday. Friday, 8 a . m ILeave Salem, Tuesday ,Thursday,8aturday, 6 a . m .
„ 9? H. HASWELL
C. C. HOGUE,
prompt Attention given to all Orders by.Mnil.
Gen 1 F. & P. Ag’t, Oregon Development Co.,
Gon’l F. P. Ag’t, O. P. R. R. Co»
804 Montgomery St., San Francisco, Cal.
We have on hand a full slock in the above
line« of goods, which we can sell cheaper than
they can be sold anywhere in southern ( iregon,
as we have nut very few expenses. All kinds
of produce taken in exchange and
on the northwest coast.
Tobacco, Cigars, Etc.
Successors to C. C. Beckman’s Bank,
Josepliinc Co., Or.
ALL KIND8OF LUMBER,
BEEKMAN & REAMES'
Calls promptly Attended to Day or Night.
Office on B street.
Hardware, Tinware Crockery,
O. I*. DEMOREST,
BOOTS and SHOES,
J. NUNAN. Jacksonville, Or.
THE LOWEST RATES.
J« •ksonville, Oregon.
DRY GOODS CLOTHING BATS CAPS
NOT A PIMPLE ON HIM NOW.
Bad with Ecioma. Hair al) gone*
Scalp covered with Eruptions, and
Thought his hair wonld never
grow. Cured by Cnticura remedies.
Hair Splendid and not a Pimple on
I cannot say enough in praise of the Cuticu-
ra ltfiiH’ilb H. My b.»y, when one year of age,
was so bad with eczema that he lost hl» hair.
IIN s< alp was covered with eruptions, which
the dovior said was scald head, and that his
hair Would never grow again. Despairing of
h cure from physicians. I began the use of the
Cuticura Remedies, and, um nappy to say,with
the most perfect success. His hair is now
splendid, and there 1» not a pimple on him. 1
recommend the Cuticura Remedies to mothers
ah tlie most speedy, economical, and sure cure
for all skin diseases of infants and children,
and feel that every mother who lias an afflict
ed child will thana in«* for so doing.
MILS. M. E. WOODBUM, Norway, Mr.
A Fever Sore Eight Years Cured.
I must extend to you the thanks of one of
my customers, who has been cured by the Cu-
ticum Remedies, of an <»1<1 aova, caused by a
long spell of sickness pf fever eight years ago.
He was so bad he was tearful he would have to
have his leg amputated, but 1» happy to say he
is now entirely well—sound as a dollar. Hvro-
«pi<*to ine to use his name, which Is H. H. Ca
son, merchant of this place.
JOHN V. MINOR, Druggist,
Gai nsboro, Tenn.
Severe Scald Disease Cured.
A few weeks ago my wife suffered very
much from it cutaneous disease of th«* scalp,
and received no relief from the various reme
dies she us«*«i until she tried Cuticura. The dis
ease promptly yielded to this treatment, and
<n a SLuit while she was entirely well. There
has be« n no return of tlie disease, and Cuti
cura ranks No. 1 in our estimation for diseases
of the skin.
REV. J. P. BARRETT, D. D.,
Raleigh, N. C.
Ar<* a p«»<itive cure for every form of skin,
scalp and blood disease, with l«»sa <>1 hair, from
pimples to scrofula, except possible ichthyosis.
Sold < v«*rywh«*r<‘. Pric«*, Cuticura. 50c; Re
solvent, $1: Soap, 25c. Prepared by tne Potter
Drug and Chemical Cor|»oration, Boston.
IW'Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseases,"
64 pages, 50 illustrations, ami 100 tx*stiinonlals.
in large quantities aiul can give special inducements to intending Whero In kept «wiwtently oft h»n<l a complete
und tlrat-claiM Hteck of
Î-ÇT Will exchange for farm products, allowing highest market
D A DV’Q Skin and Scalp preserved and beau-
price for same.
DADl 0 titled by Cutieura Soap. Absolutely
Thankful for past favors and hoping for a like continuance,
Stoves, Tinware, Cutlery,
DR. CEO. DE BAR,
MEN’S -¿VJXTX» DOY’S CLOTHING,
Can truthfully say all of above goods are entirely new, having
purchased them personally this Spring.
—TOp ET YOUll —
W. H. PARKER,
CROCODILE CREEN, RESIDA, GENDARME BLUE,
CRANUT, TERRA COTTA ETC.
Boots, Shoes. Hats, Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Satchels, Valises, etc.
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER.
Latest Colors in Wml Fabrics,
Cacliemire, Biege, Sicilian Suiting*, 40c to 65c per yd.
BOOTS and SHOES
Double fold, Reversible Cloth, 15c to 20c per yd.
Nun’s Veiling, Cream, Blue and l’lack, 20c per
Bunting in Colors, Cambrics, Lawns, Piquas.
Dragon Black and Figured Organdie, 161c per yd.
Zanzibar, Palmer and Auioskeag Ginghams.
Remember, these goods are new and Imught
since the war in railroad rates and are sold
Imported Scotch Ginghams (like summer silk) 25c.
Bleached and Brown Cottons, Cabot “W” 7|c.
Cheap for Cnwh !
Now Buttons, New Parasols, New Calicoes, (In
digo and Standard), Etc., Etc.
Country Produce bought and sold; also Wool
Hides, Furs and Deer Skins. Solicit orders for
Will practice in all courts of the State. Office Lumber.
in Orth’» brick, up-stairs.
Probate Matters, Abstract of Titles, Convey
ancing. Homestead, Pre-emption and all
other bus)ne»a entrusted to me, will receive
prompt attention. Loans negotiated.
Office on corner, opposite the Court House.
GRANDEST Sb LARGEST COLLECTION
OF NEW SUMMER
Office In Ahlf’s building. Front Street.
Now Is Year Time to Get
Everybody Should Go and See the
(¡ranl'/i Pass, Oregon.
Wil) practice in all courts of the State. Office
in tne Court House, third door to'lcf'<>f en
Free Bridge Across Rogue River
SPRING! 1889 SUMMER!
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW,
CRAWFORD A PHILLIPS,
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1889.
Ten Thousand to Ten Million Feet.
Apply for terms to
FRKD. IL ROWE, Tolo, Or.
Cor. Front and Morrison Sts.
New flre-proot Brick. First-class in
Any person wishing to sell property will
find It to their interest to call and see ns.
U, THOBK MIO WINO THKMBKT.TK» IM
dflbted to the nndorwigned. either by note 01
book account, are hereby earnestly requeeted to
call and settle at their earliest convenience. O ut
•r-The Brnnond Restaurant I« unanrpaaaed buaiaeM must beoloeed. _
PRYCE A GEARY
In every ,mrtleular.
Medford. Nay 19. 1WM
THOS. GUINEAN, rr.,rt.tw.
ASK YOUR C ROCER FOR
ÏJvre, I?r*ei eke AV o .’ h
MOUNTAI NEER TEA
Hay—$13(^11 per ton.
Hops—Quote i0til7c per pound.
Eggs 20 ) eg deg.
Lard—Kegs, . or gallon tins. 9(g¡10c
Oats—Market quiet. Quote 2M®30c per
Wool—Quote spring iti® 19c, eastern
Provisions—Bacon, ll@13c; hams, 12k
^13c; shoulders. f)c
Wheat—Valley.$1 15a$l 17, Walla Well«,
$1 07 a oil
Barley—Brewing, whole, Bf»a$l. 10 jground,
per ton. >22@25 00
Corn- $1 50 per cental.
Flour—Valiev standards quoted at $4.00:
Walla Walla brands. $3 75.
Feed—Bran,$13 00©$14 00¡shorts,$16 00
chop, $18@20; chopped barley. |22@(<425
Butter—Quote extra choice creamery,
2O@25c; fair to choice, 18a20e; store, 13a
20c per lb
Meat—Steady. Beef,' wholesale, 3>£c;
dressed, 7c; sheep. 3*^c per lb; dressed,
7c; bog», dressed, fye; veal. 6(&8c.;
lambs. $2 50 each.
Poultry—Quote ch<ckens,$2 50@4 50. for
yonng. «nd $5 50 for old; old ducks, $11;
geese $8 per dor; turkeys, 15c per lb;
Fresh Fruits—Sicily lemons, $8; peaches,
1 75 per box; pears, $1 25 per box
Hides—The market is firm and shows
no change. Quote dry hides 11c. green
4@6c, sheep, pelts, short wool, 25@40c, me
dium 50@70e long 80@l 00, shearing 10@
20c; deerskins, 32a87: tallow, good to
Dried Fruits—Sun-dried quartered ap
ples, 4@5, factory sliced 6c, Oregon plums
5(g7, Oregon prunes 7a8c. pears 8al0c,
peaches, 8a 12c.
LAST THURSDAY’S FIRE.
The City to be Rebuilt at Once.
Adv»rtis<nnent» r 11 be inserted in I he T imes
at the fullowing rate»:«
1'onlineo, one insertion.............................
“ “ each subeequant insertion.......
Legal advertisements inserted reason» Lie
A fair reduction from the above rates mudetu
yearly and time advertisers.
THE TIMES JOB OFFICE
it more complete by far than any other i n Bout h
era Oregon, and compares favorably with any in
the State. Job Printing of every imaginable
description done at Ban Francisco rates.and ina
promptand first-class manner.
get sound railroads, the big new warehouse
of the Seattle Transfer Company, t he branch
agricultural hou«e of Staver
the corrugated iron commission and whole«
sale wareh<»uses »ling the water-front,
Stetson & 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 $10,000,000,
and all the personal losses will probably
Whether there is much loss of life cannot
yet be ascertained.
The city is guarded by sentinels of the
militia. Two Bends are said to have been
hung for steahug.
Heaven was merciful that the lire was
allowed to occur in the daylight. The
Hames and smoke ascended to a clear.sunnv
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 have
done their best to save a few of their goods.
Many persons must have lost their Eves,
can te 1 who they are?
Tljjp lodging-house quarter and the slums
of (he city were swept out of existence.
At this hour 10:30 p . m ., a ruddy cloud
overhangs Hie burning timbers ari l the
tomb like ruins. There are now no streets
in the burned district. It is al! burning de
bris, with a tew standing walls.
The Pacific Postal Telegraph Company
had connection with the wires soon after
the office was vacated, placing a tab'e on
the open street. The office is now moved
into a frame building used as the office of
the Moore Land Company.
Dexter Horton & Co.’s bank was on the
corner of Commercial and Washington
streets. Like the other banks, only its
safe remains, whatever the coutents may
now be The Pacific Clothing House, also
the New York Clothing House; were
among the large concerns to be completely
The most terrible calamity experienced
by any western city was the burning of
the entire business portion of Seattle,
W. T., last Thursday, June 6th. The fol
lowing graphic account of the conflagra
tion is taken from the 8. F. “Examiner’s*’
special oi that date.
featt'e.Junefith. Theenii e business por
tion of Beattie is now nothing but smoking
ruins. About 3 r. ai . some turpentine
caught fire in the basement of u two-story
frame building on the southwest corner of
Front and Madison streets. The building,
which was owned by Mrs. Margaret J.
Pontius, and the first story of which was
leased by tlie beatt e Shoe ( ompany, the
upper fl -or being occupied for offices, was
soon abl>ze. An alarm was instantly
turned in and the volunteer fire depart
ment responded promptly, but it was im
possible to make headway with the fierce
flames. This building, like most others of
its kind in the business center, was not de
tached, but was the corner one of a row of
frame buildings all joined together and of
various heights. Valiantly did the depart
ment tight the fire, bnt without avail, for
the buildings of tinder were an easy prey
to wliat within ton minutes from tho time
it started (developed into a conflagration.
Wheat—No 1 shipping, $1 27@1 30.
Adjoining tlie first building was the
Barley—Feed, common to fair, 60a62J^c; wholesale liquor store of Died & Meyer.
good to choice, 63%a65’4c; brewing, 70ca As soon as t ie fire reached it the barrels
of liquor exploded with terrific reports and
Oats—97>a'c(g$l 00 for common to choice. scaiti red flaming timbers far and w.de,
Potatoes—Peerless 40a50; Burbank seed
the Denny block, in which was a whole
lings, 60a00c; Garnet Chile, 55c; Early sale confectionery Kt.ro, Gilmne & Co.’s
Tlie following addrens delivered at I Ho
real estate office and several obber estab
Hops—Quotations range from 10al4c.
lishments in< lulling a number of profes funeral oi Graud'iua Robinson last week
Wool—Huiuboldt and Mendocino, 18c; sional office» and »orue lodging apart by 1’rof. Dean of Talent is so appropri
eastern Oregon. 15:»20c; valley, 15a22c; ment, was anon licked up completelv. This
fall, mountain free,12^c; Ban Joaquin and cleared out one entire square. Efforts to ate that we reproduce it entire:
As we havo met to pay the last trib
flood the Coleman building on Front street
Butter—For good to fancy, quote 19a24c; to the south were utterly useless, for the utes of respect to the remains of onn who
loved and respected by all who
uamps; leaped across Marion street with
greed.v rapidity, from two saloons—the Pal knew her, the question is pertinent,
Hay—Quotations range from $8al4 per ace saloon and the Opera House saloon— whence the grief? It is not an occasion
and in Jess than thirty minutes another for outbursts of joy, but who shall say
Bags—Firm, at 8.
square was burned to ashes, taking in Ad that death is always a time for tears?
Onions—$1 40a$l 60c percental.
dison Smith’s grocery, Merchant’s whole
When a tender babo is taken front
sale confectionery and fruit More, J, W.
All Shoulders to the Wheel.
Lang & Co.’s drugstore, John Spencer’s us, leaving life's journey untried ; when
a young man or young woman, large in
None of the towns in the valley need be plumbing and steam-fitting establishment,
mo- K. J. Graham’s tailor shop, Edgar Bryan’s ho|>e and high in promise, is stricken
—. one place will —
down by the fell destroyer; or when one
nopolize the advantages to be obtained from
tbe location of the district fair. It is a Bros.’ shoe store, Shuster’s barber shop, iu the full prime of manhood or woman
well-known fact that horsemen always
hood is borne to the grave, with life’s
like to jog or walk their animals several Marion’s cl«.thing store.
work but half accomplished, we instinct-
While ihis square w« burning, the opera
miles before working them on tbe frack,
of Front itely feel that there is something wrong
and after their accustomed exercise to cool house block on t
a..d Marion, and somewhere and tit» oft repeated, “the
them off well by a similar slow gait before street, bqtweeu
returning to the stable. We make the pre extending up Marion half way to Second Lord giveth and the Lord taketii away,
upper stories. is al least but a doubtful consolation.
diction that tbe race-track near Central
Point will in a very few years be one of the This building, a fine,three-story brick struc But when one who has lived far beyond
most popular training and developing tracks ture. owned by George Frye and valued at the three score year» and ten, allotted to
on the coast, especially in winter, and the $125,000, soon yielded to the irrepressible the life of human being—one old in years
neighboring towns which have fores ght tongues ot flame. With it w< nt ihe Seattle and rich in good deeds, lies down to an
enough to provide good roads to reach it in pharmacy, the warehouse of the Golden eternal rest, why should we mourn?
all weather need have no fear as to securing Rule Bazaar, Harris & Co.’s large dry
Methinks in this,and other similar cas
a share of the resulting patronage The goods and clothing store, Abernethy’s
very superior quality of our hay, oats and shoe store, CroBse & Co.’s undertaking es es, if we analyze our feelings, we shall
find that grief is caused, not so much by
water, not to speak of a track which will be
fully as good in winter as in summer, will house, Broadman’s paints and oils estab the passing away of one ripe and ready
induce many to bring their fine stock here lishment, clearing up another square.
the harvest, as by the manner of
The Kenyon block to the north of
to handle, even though it may putthem to
death, the suffering, the agony preced
considerable expense to do so. The pre where the fire originated had to go ing It, and that our tears die accompa
vailing mild weather and freedom from too, nothwtthstanding the wind was
cold draughts in winter will recommend from the northeast a -little by north. In nied by a hope tliat human lesearch will
the locality to all experienced track men, this block was the job printing office of the sometime discover that such suffering
and it will only be necessary to provide “Evening Times,’’ Venen A Vaughn’s can be traced to preventable causes.
The deceased had long since crossed
suitable accommodations to ensure their music store and Bodie’s tailor shop.
From the opera house block the fire, the bridge that spans the turbulent river
coming. Again, in the matter of attendance
at the fairs we may reasonably look to see now fast becoming a monstrous confla of life and was waiting patiently on the
special trains run on the railroad from gration, swallowed up the square to the other shore—not for that grim and ghast
Grant’s Pass to Ashland conveying scores sou th, consisting ail of two-storv buidings,
and hund* eds of visitors to whatever inter the frame occupied by E. Lube’s Golden ly spectre in the guise of which our im
mediate or terminal point furnishes the Rule Bazaar, the California clothing house, agination is wont to picture death—but
best hotel accommodations. Jacksonville, Gardan Bros.’ large tailoring establishment for the cheerful, welcome summons to
too, may expect to have her hotels crowded the Oriental Bazaar and several other big go hence.
during the fair, as may also Medford, the concerns.
Grandma Robinson, as the deceased
Notwithstanding the progress of the was familiarly known, was born irt Cum
drive of four miles over a good road in the
early morning or in the evening being ex flames, the fire department struggled with berland county, Pennsylvania, May 11,
tremely pleasant at that season. Now that fierce determination to save the valuable 1806, married to John Robinson in Russ
the fair has been secured it. should be the portion of Front street to the south be
unremitting endeavor of all sections in tbe tween Columbia street and Yesler, 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
mee'ing and th«?reby the certainty of re buildings of two and three stories, where she was two years of age; that part of
taining it. No better way of countenancing four hanks had their offices—the Bank of Ohio being then a new or frontier coun
and upholding it can be devised than the Commerce, Merchants’ National, First Na try.
su» sci ibing for a few shares of-stock in the tional ami Washington Guarantee an 1
In 1837, she with her husband moved
county association, and we aregl d tolearn Loan Association and Savings Bank. This
that libe-al-niit ded citizens ¡.Il over the row consisted of the corner block occupit d to that portion of Iowa known as the
Purchase. In 1853, they,
courty are signifying their determination
to pu; sue that course. The intrinsic value wh.l-sale dry go« ds. etc, emporium, the with six children, crossed the plains to
Oregon, settling upon a donation claim
of the grounds will insure the stock re
Francisco clothing house. S ..r block, the on Wagner week, Jackson county,
maining at par or above.
Arcade building and the Y'slir block < n where she has since lived. That being
Occideutafiquare, all tlie »legraph offices
in the time of the Rogue river Indian
OAU8B or THZ GROWL,
being in the last named.
It was generally supposed that the en war, they were obliged to build a strong
tire water front would g«>, but it was hoped, barricade of logs around theii rude cabin
if such was inevitable, that, these buildings for protection from Indian a'toekst,boos
could be saved. Tlie Safe Dep »sit ('om ing this method rather tlu.tr frequently
pany also had a row in this block.
fleeing with fireir neighbors to Fort
Explosions of giant powder were fruit
less to prevent the awful spread of the re WaftBer, at the mouth of the creek.
A nephew of the deceased, named
lent less Gomorrah-Eke sheets of flame and
clouds of blinding, suffocating smoke. Milligan, was shot by the Indians in the
Onward the conflagration went—cracking, Siskiyou mountains when the train to
roaring, almost shrieking.
which lie belonged was entering the val
The three-story building to the rear of ley ; so the family was familiar with the
'• What aro you growling at, sirT”
“At the amount you are eating, sir I Have Tokias. Singerman & Co., in Which was hardship and dangers incident to fron
you no regard for the feelings of a dyspeptic, Welton & Co.’s sail factory, was an easy tier life. Having witnessed tho growth
prey to the terrible beat and cinders from
and development of Jackson county from
* No, sir I Oo and take a course of Joy's Vegeta the burning Commercial Mill and lumber its earliest settlement, the personal re
ble Sarsaparilla and you won’t have the dys-
The fire was soon communicated to To- miniscences of tho deceased would find
kias, Bingerruan & Co.’s. The water was a Atting place in tire history of this part of
John Argali of 628 Golden Gate avenne
writes: “You may also use my name as an ad- giving out and the streams from the sev the state. Iler husband,formerly known
ditfonal authority that "The California eral lines of hose only reached the second as Uncle Johnny Robison, died in 1870,
Rkmedy," Joy’s Vegetable Sarsaparilla,will cure stories.
since which time the deceased lias had
dyapepiia and liver and kidney complaint, it
The Tacoma fire department had come
hat done it forme.’’
over from Tacoma in sixty-two minutes on a welcome home with her children, each
James Weils. Oakdale, Cat, writes: "I the Puget bound «Shore railroad, but both deeming her presence an honor and a
•offered acutely from dyspepsia for years, department^ combined were powerless. pleasure.
scarcely taking a meal without the distressing
It would be of interest to mention in
pains of indigestion. I took Joy’s Vegetable Attempts W blow up the Union block
Sarsaparilla with the happier ot results. II were more disastrous to the vaiiant tire this connection that the deceased was
relieved me of It entirely
fighters than anything el<e. All this row the mother of eleven children, of whom
of buildings succumbed, although the occu three sons survive her. Of living grand
pants had time to get out m- st of their
children,twenty-seven ; great grandchil
most valuable effects.
Liberal Sunday-school and Bible class
The square to the north gave w«y to the dren, thirty-nine; great, great grand
meets every Sunday at 11 o’clock a . m . ar fire
the U. M. L. Hall. Talent
story Occidental hotel, the finest hotel in
Grandma Robinson, as testified bv all
The following are Rev. E. Woods’ regular the city, got ablaze. Before the conflagra who knew her, possessed uncommcnly
appointments: 1st Sunday, Br .wnsboro tion reached Yef-ler avenue, Tokias, Sin
moral endowments. The was ac
at 11 a . m . and 4 p. m .; 2<1 Sundav, Gobi german it Co., Chilberg’s wholesale gr«)-
Hill at 11 a . M. and Sam’« valley at 8 p. m ; I eery, the banks above mentioned, Treen’s tuated. throughout her long career by
3<1 Sunday, Antioch, at 11 a . m and 4 p. M.; shoe store. Pumphrey’s book store, Low- the strictest integrity and an unsw jrv-
4ih Sunday, Eagle Point at 11 a . m . and 8 man & Hanford’s book, stationery and ing adherence to what Bhe believed to be
job printing establishment, went to ashes. right, and, indeed, it may be truly laid,
Un Yesler avenue the Western Union. that what she believed to be right w >uld
The following are Rev. R Ennis’ ap
pointments: On every Sunday morning, Pacific Postal and Puget Sound Telegraph not be a bad rule of life for her survivors
excepting the third, he will hold services Companies were burned out; also the to adopt and follow. Few were liei en
at the Presbyterian church in Phoenix; on building of the "Daily Post-Intellieencer ’ emies; if she had any, they must rave
the third Sunday morning and every Sun and the office of the Canadian Pacific Rail
Lawyers and doctors, been persons of whose merits no com
day evening he will preach at the Presby road Company.
She was charita
who mostly occupied the offices, were munity would boast.
terian church in Jacksonville.
The following are Rev. J. W. Miller’s burned out, allhough there was mercitully ble to a fault, and many a neighbor far
regular appointments: The first Sabbath in allowed enough time to get out libraries and near, could tender most grr teful
acknowledgement-of her kindness, sym
each montn at Gold Hill; second Sunday of and other valuable personal property.
The banks locked up tneir currency, coin pathy and self-sacrificing shown < uring
each month at Central Point; third Sunday
at Medford; fourth Sunday at Jacksonville, and papers, in their fire-proof vaults and sickncRB how she was the first it the
holding servlets at each place both morn safes, and left them there to be spared by bedside of a sufferer and tlie last t< leave
chance or to be destroyed with the doomed
ing and evening of the days stated.
it. She felt this acknowledgm- nt in
The following are Elder M. Peterson’s ap-
When the Occidental hotel burned down, tho many acts and expressions cl kind-
pointmets for tne month of June: Tliesec the Puget Sound National Bank having of Wess tendered by anxious ones during
ond Sunday at 11 a . m . at Woodville and at ficers on the first floor at the front, made
her illness, and spoke in feeling t -mis of
Gold Hill at 4 p . m ., also holding meeting at the fifth bank to suffer.
the "dear friends and kind neig ibors."
Gold Hill on the preceding Saturday even
The Butler building in which were the Everything was done that could oe done
ing; the third Sunday at Central Point and offices of C. II. Kittinger, John Leary and
the fourth Sun«iay at Medford. The fifth the “Morning Journal,” and which was just alike by physician, neighbor, fr ond and
Sunday he will prexh i:i the g rove north of the Occidental, communicated relative, to relieve her suffer ngs and
near Merlin on Jump-off-Joe, in Josephine the flames from the burning district to the prevent the fatal termination if her ter
hotel. It was a three-story frame building. rible injuries, and when death closed tho
The "Evening Press” office was in the third scene, the community wept as a unit.
Forest Grove Poultry Yards.
story of the handsome Yesler block. The
As to her religious belie’, I am not
Gordon Hardware Company and the Seat fully conversant. She was t. member of
Wyandottes. Plymouth Rocks.
tle Hardware Company, wholesale houses,
the Fhceaix Presbyterian church for a
Rose and Single Comb Brown Leghorns. were in tho row of brick buildings.
All (hat could be done when these build time, but some yesrs sirce she caused
ings succumbed and the fire gave out com her name to be taken from its books.
pletely, was to try to save life and property. She had ceased to endorse some of tlie
Partridge Cochins and Black Minorcas,
People fled to the hills to the east, and doctrines of that denomination.
AMERICA’S BEST BREEDS.
My fowls have no superiors
Have won horse«, flecked with foam, dashed upto tbs could not believe that a God ot infinite
the high« st honors at all exhibitions for the highlands with promiscuous loads of every merry wonld conde»nn to everlasting
thing attached in every available vehicle.
pa»i eleven years.
The fire made awful progtess when it punishment anjr of his creature» for
Eggs, per sitting, $3; two sittings, $5.
committing an infinite crime. She be
crossed Yesler avenue.
Bend stamp for catalogue.
Down in the water-fMnt quarter and ex lieved in a continued existence beyond
J. M. G arbibgn ,
tending to Fourth street, the building» this life, but that it is a better state than
Forest Grove Or.
were mostly one or two stories and this. Death toiler had no terrors. She
frame, although the Kern block, just op believed that acting in accordance with
the Occidental, the new Newlin our best judgments in this life will prove
The following busimas has taken place
in this court—Judge Neil presiding—since building hardly completed, on Commercial the surest passport to tlie joys of the life
8quire block, corner of Second
our last report :
to come. She did her duty here and we
In the matter of the estate of R. N. An aod Main streets, stood out prominent as can truly say that the world is better for
derson, deceased. Ordered that personal
The flames rushed and .eaped on with her having lived in it.
property of decedent be sold at private sale
terrific madness, giving people barely time
Let us cherish the hope that her be
by Mr. Beever. administrator.
Estate of John Bilger, decease«!. Order to escape, and the entire water front, in lief in an immortal life of greater and
made for sale of realty.
grander possibilities and opportunities is
coal-bunkers and the railroad tracks, the
wholesale quarter and everything south of not a vain one and that in the beyond
Union street and west ot Second and Grandma Robison wilt reap the fruition
First » 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 st net «n Jackson, was completely
English remedy for Consumption the mo burned.
ment T began to cough, and I believed it
The Arlington and Commercial hotels
save my life.”—W. N. Wallace. Washing were destroyed, also the coal hunker» of
Patronise the only wagon that connects
ton. For sale by E. C. Brooks.
the Oregon Railway and Navigation Com
with every train, rain or shine, and carries
pany. ’the «locks of the Oregon Railway and th« U. 8. mail and Wells. Fargo A Co.'s
Navigation Company.the tracks of the Pu express, ¡talisfsctlon guaranteed.
Children Cry for“P'rfchefs Castorio. get bound Bhor« and' the Coiuujbia au4 Pu-
J ohn Draft, Pricer,