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OFFICIAL PAMÍ FOR JACISOR COUNTY.
JUNE 13, 1MÖ.
CUIEV Jl’.TK'K Fl LL.B i» til. titat
Democratic cliiei jaatice to hold court in
Charleston, 8. C., since the day. ot
Hotter B. Taney.
how. J ohn H amilton G ray , justice of
the supreme court of British Columbia,
died at Victoria during the past week.
He was umpire between Great Britain
and the United States under the treaty
of Washington, in 1857.
L ike the fisherman with the genie in
the Arabian Nights, bold, bad Ben But
ler tried to bottle Admiral Porter, but it
appears that the conditions are reversed
and that Porter has bottled Butler. It
is a jK>or butler that cau-t bottle por
ter, says an exchange.
A h an indication of th. awful mortality
resulting flora the Cunemaugh horror,
it has been found nece-sary to establish
register» of the survivor, in order to ap
proximate the number, of the dead, and
to enable relative, to get trace of missing
loved ones. There were at least 30,000
people in track of the ilood and it is now
thought that the dead will number at
T he protectionist manufacturers in the
north are kicking now because the iron
and cotton manufacturers of the south
are learning to utilise the cheap labor of
that section and are competing on moie
than advantageous terms with the
northern output in its own markets.
Verily the projectionists are having a
bard time of it taking everything into
P ortland is rejoicing over the advent
of the German singing birds which were
received from the fatherland and liberat
ed at various parks and suburban resi
dences about the metropolis and in the
Willamette valley. It is thought that
these imported warblers will find the
climate of Oregon congenial and that tlie
whole state will soon be plentifully sup
plied with song birds from their natural
T he allotment of lands in severalty to
the Nez Perce Indians now going on,will
result in throwing the remainder of their
reservation back into the public domain,
subject to homestead entry only. It is
estimated that there will be almost or
quite half a million acres of land that
will rank among the very best agricultu
ral land in the northwest. Already land
hunters are beginning to flock to the
scene of action to be on the ground
when the reservation is thrown open to
P ope L eo XIII is said to be in a very
precarious state of health and the reli
gious world is anxiously speculating as
to whom the college of cardinals will
elect to the office of supreme pontiff in
the event of his death. The American
branch of tho church would like ex
tremely well to see Cardinal Gibbons
advanced to St. Peter’s chair, but abroad
it seems to be the universal sentiment
that it will be necessary to elect an Ital
ian, in order to strengthen the power of
the church in Italy.
T he Pacific Insurance Union ot Kan
Francisco very sensibly calls upon all
insurance agents in cities and towns to
take steps to ascertain, by actual trial,
that their fire departments, fire engines
hose and water supply are iu condition
for prom pt.and effective use this hot, dry
weather, especially during the period
immediately before and after the 4th of
July. It would be well for our local lire
company to test the efficiency of their
means for extinguishing a conflagration
at once. So dry a time has not been
known in years.
T he horrors of an epidemic, from the
decaying human bodies that are still un-
Ella L., wife of Chas. Nickell and daugh
boriod, threaten the survivors of the dii- ter of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Prim, died of
< maugb valley.
heart failure, al* the home of her parents,
T he Republic of Chile has decided to June Sth, 1880; aged 31 year», 4 months
put a atop to (’Innesa immigration, but and 5 days.
has appropriated |5(M,000 to encourage
Mrs. Nickell was born in Jacksonville
immigration from other countries.
and grew to womanhood in the place of her
T he secretary of the iuterior has or nativity; possessed ot a genial, generous
dered the surveyor general of Oregon to
have the Camp Harney military reser- disposition, she gathered about her in the
v.iti.-n -iiiwicd prcpaiat■•iy to ottering earliest years of her life, warm, loving
friend» of which time proved her worthy.
it for sale.
CoMOKKSfiMAN CARLOS FRENCH, who By the natural laws of heredity she inher
ha» just been elected to succeed W. H. ited from her honored parentage, sound,
Barnum, deceased, as a member of the earnest principles, with rare perceptions of
Democratic national committee, will purity and beauty that blended together in
prove an excellent substitute for that forming the foundation of her earlier educa
distinguished Democratic statesman.
tion,in wbic^ were wrought the elements of
T he Louisiana lottery Company useful information that gathered, like tbe
comes before the people of that state reflected rays of light, the inspiration
wi ll an offer to assume the state debt of of* music, poetry and art, the nat
t1*’,000,000 for an extension of their li ural outgrowth of icsthetic taste and ideal
cense for fifty ^ears. The proposition is istic culture Later, »ha removed with her
seriously considered and probably will parents to »alem where she finished her
school life, and where the magnetism of
her nature formed the unchanging friend
T he famous railroad commission case ships
of her iuaturer years. She returned
was argued and submitted to the su to tne home of her childhood, a social fa
preme court at Salem last Monday. The vorite, attracting by her genuine worth the
governor and his party derives new hope appreciation of the nest elements of society,
from a recent ruling of the Indiana eourts and scattering sunshine on life’s more hum
to the •flbet that while a legislative body ble walks by her cordial, social disposition.
After many years’ association in social
can create such commissions, it has no life,
she found the ideal of her true and liv
power to appoint men to fill them.
ing nature in Charles Nickell to whom she
Q uaint humor und grim truth both was happily married October 5, 1881.
lurk in the following fine distinction Three children blessed their union, two
drawn by Uncle Jerry Rusk, secretary daughters and a little son,that consummat
the ¿dearest Lopes of the voung couple’s
of the agricultural department: “A ed
but only lor a few days were they
farmer is a man who has a piece of land life;
blessed with the promise of full fruition,
and makes his living off it. An agricul when a fatal fever fastened upon the moth
turist is a person who makes money in er and told in unmistakable signs that the
some other way and spends it on his perils of maternity, that gave to the fond
father his first-born qpn, would sacrifice the
of his wife. For ten weeks d patient
T he secretary ol the navy intends pre life
sufferer struggled with life and »ieath, ever
senting Mataafa, the Samoan Chief with hopeful that the dawn of a new day would
a magnificent whale boat of the newest bring blessed release from pain, voicing no
model, for his valuable services during complaint, accepting with grateful affection
the shipwreck of the American vessels the devoted service <>f her loving inother
in the harbor of Apia. It ia being built who never left her bedside, and rewarding
anxious husband with tender assur
at Mare Island Navy Yard, and will be the
ance of unfailing love as he watched in
delivered with an autograph letter from ceaseless
vigils over his dying wife and
strove to comfort the little ones who asked
S enator M itchell of Oregon, has in vain for their mother.
Without a struggle the end came; whis
procured an order from the post-
pering the names of husband and mother,
office department inviting
for the beloved father whose bus
sals for mail service seven times iness asking
called him from her bedside, life was
per week each v/ay from Ashland, merged in the endless sleep of death. In
Or., to Linkville, Or., via Byron Soda the home of her father whither she had been
Springs, Shake, Keno and Plevna. Mr. carried during fter sickness in tlie hope
Mitchell is assured that if a reasonable that the change would prova beneficial tQ her,
bid is received, a contracLwill be ordered the inanimate formol' the wife and moth
for the service in lieu of the present ser er. shrouded in vestal robes, was placed in
the casket, where a few years before she
vice via Northern California.
stood by the sido of her husband to receive
T he vigorous self reliance of the great the congratulations of her friends at her
west was never better exemplified than marriage. A strange commingling of life’s
in the case of Seattle, burned almost en pain and pleasure—how changed the scene,
blossoms and wedding bells ex
tirely lawt Thursday. But the evening orange
for anchor and cross, while lovely
before a mass meeting of citizens was changed
floral tributes fashioned in fairest flowers
held for the purpose of raising subscrip mutely told of the loving thought, of sor
tions for the relief of the Johnstow n un rowing friends;—fading flowers distilling
fortunates and in less than one hour more their incense over a still fairer human form,
than $1(MX) was contributed to the relief that lay like a pure white lily, broken from
of the Pennsylvania sufferers. Before its stalk, but with the imperishable odors of
another sunset Seattle herself was a pure love and life about it.
At the Presbyterian church, where less
mass of smoldering ruins, a monument than
years beiore she registered her mar
to the devastating pQWer of the element riage 8 vows,
she was carried for burial ser
which rivals water in its destructiveness. vice; and the joyous strains of the wed-
And yet when, in the hour of her own I ding march gave place to the funeral dirge;
affliction, neighboring cities telegraphed at the chancel rail where tier marriage ser-
to know what supplies were needed, vice was solemnized, her funeral benedic
the response came hack from the mettled tion was pronounced. Rev. Robt. Ennis,
pastor of the Presbyterian church, preach
men of Soattje, “There is much suffering ed
a most excellent and interesting funer
here, but wo will make an effort to care al sermon
from John, 15th chapter and 7th
for the*Bufferers ourselves. If we find verse: “What I do thouknowest not now,
ourselves unable to do this wo will rely but thou shalt know hereafter.’’ Tenderly
upon you for help.” Never was a more and earnestly he spoke of Qod’s Jiiysterious
manly utterance given to the nndertying providence in calling hence the young wife
and mother, in the morning of life, ere its
spirit of independence implanted in ail sun
had reached its meridian, tho’ inex
true Americans’ breasts.
pressibly sad, yet reverently beautiful the
The Great Eastern Thoto and Advertising
Co. will be In Medfortl for two weeks only,
commencing on May 27. 18HI.
All who deaire pictur«*» can now be supplied
tn the way of FlfWT-ULASS PHOTOGRAPHS.
Remember that a Thing of Beauty is a Joy
forever, and a goes! Picture of a di*ar friend is
memory's great« st Souvenir. We are preimred
to do Just a» tine picture work a» can I m *
done in San Frunclsco or Portland, at prices
5t) to 14 51) for t he b«-si cabi
net photos ever made in Rogue river valley.
Remember we do not tarry. When our time 1»
up we go. And how often said and yet how
true, that you will never miss the music until
the sweet-voiced bird has tiown.
We guarantee »atlafaction in every respect
and give TWO SITTINGS. Don’t think, lie.
cause we are in tents.that we do inferior work,
■h thia it not BO rhe iiest of light can lie oil.
tained in a tent if you know how to work
them. From long experienceiu acientiUc pho
tography, and with superior instruments, can
du as tine work ab produced in the b<*Mt photo
graph galieries. Positively we will be In tliis
place but two weeks. Don’t miss this chance;
come and sec for yoursvlvi-s. Do u<>( stop
for rainy or cloudy weather, but come aua
bring the babies early in the day
A CHANCE FOR THE LADIES.
AiO in cash will lie presented to the best lady
subject out of 50, during our two weeks' stay
iu Medford. No work done or Sundays.
Will lie at Eagle Point for one week, com
mencing Monday, June 10,1880.
Of those cosmetics whichgive to the face a
ghastly (yea. ghostly) whiteness. »Such
preparations contain ieael or some other
equally injurious and elungerous sub
stances, tbe use of which, if long contin
ued will, besides giving the skin a rough
and leathery appearance, ultimately pro
duce paralysis of tbe nerves. Thia state
ment is no “bug-a-boo,A but facts, well-
known to chemists and physicians, based
on the well-known physiological effects of
such substances whose presence in prepar
ations for the complexion are indicated by
such outward signs us before stated. Il
you would use an article which will at
once produce natural activity and beauti
ful complexion try Wisdom's liobertine,
which is guaranteed under a forfeiture of
>1000 to be absolutely free from all poi
sonous and injurious substances. Pro
nounced by leading ladies of society and
the stage superior to anything evei pro
duced for beautifying and preserving the
('ougli in the morning, hurried or diffi
cult breathing, raising phlegm, tightness
in the chebt, quickened pube, chilliness in
the evening or sweats at night, all or any
of these things arc the first stages of con
Dr. Acker’s English remedy
for consumption will cure these fearful
symptoms, and is sold under a positive
guarantee by E. 0. Brooks.
SIUS ,1. DAY,
l'h<' addition to Jacksonville, known ns
Has been platted and thrown upon the market in lots ranging in size from two to eight acres, at prices
varying from 18.00 to $40.00 per acre—figures which barely cover the original cost of the property and
expense of surveying. This property was purchased ami subdivided,
NOT FOR THE PURPOSE OF GAIN,
The certainty of an annual crop will make this land infinitely more valuable in the near
future of fruit-growing than those sections subject to killing spring frosts.
It is All in the Thermal Belt,
and will produce every variety of semi-tropical fruits in tho highest perfection. Intending settlers should
inspect this property closely before investing elsewhere, as every lot will have a permanent and intrinsic
value for fruit-growing, regardloss of surroundings. The property is all
WITHIN ONE MILE OF THE COUNTY COURT-HOUSE,
and the Jacksonville Public Schools, which rank among the best in the state. The entire tract adjoins
the corporate limits of Jacksonville. The branch line of railroad from the O. «fe C. to the county-seat will
undoubtedly bo built soon.
THE TIME TO
HUY I !
Inferior fruit land is elsewhere selling for five times the figure at which these desirable lots are offered.
For fufther particulars apply to
1 and Minina Claim» Bought and ¿old on Com.
Ladies’ Canvass Button Shoes
American Kid Newport, Button
Opera Slippers and Sandies.
Men's Prince Alberts, low cut. . . . . 1 50, 1 75
Southern Tie, calf, medium low cut 3 00
u kangaroo, “
“ don gol a, “
Fine Shoes in Button, Lace or Con-
... 3 00, 3 50, 4 00, 4 50 anil 5 50
DRESS GOODS—Ameriv ; Sateene...... 9c, 10c and 12|c
French Sateens..................... 15c, lfijc, 18c and 25e
Figured Lawns....................................'. 5c, 10c, etc.
blessed companionship that now alone was
THE NEW STATES A ND THE
left, of a life experience, indelible by time.
The husband, left with his little ones in
their loneliness and bereavement, how it
T here is, perhaps, a technical question must intensify his grief; but in affliction
whether the admission of the new states we must trust wholly to God's loving pur
is so far accomplished by the mere ena pose, as he calls now on the father for the
of the highest and most noble at
bling act that their representative stars exercise
tributes of his manhood to meet the sor
may properly be placed on the flag for rows
and responsibilities of life’s sad exper
the approaching Fourth of July. It is ience. God nas been a kind and merciful
not probable, however, that the question God to us. He has clothed and fed us, in
will ever assume any practical impor structed our ignorance, been sight to our
tance. The older states of the Union blindness, compassionate and forgiving in
and eiuiclied us with His grace;
A speed uf ninety-two miles an hour will not be apt to cavil on points of eti our follies,
time of grief we can say ‘ Nearer
was recently attained by a locomotive quette in the welcome with which they audio
my God to Thee,” although around and
on the Reading railroad. The following meet their new sisters, or to stickle on about us were the thick clouds of sorrow
location — of —
comparisons may aidtoacompreh/ns’^n the
....... — Tbe and disappointment. God’s love and mer
of what a tremendous pace th "
* field of forty-two stars may not be legal cy are over all and his promises to a thou
a speed of a mile in thirty-n’-* ¿ncc u>. .’ V..
year, , sand generations. “Let not your hearts be
a locomotive would cover 138 feet a eec- bv.c * there
* is assuredly nothing
<U1“ * illegal
” ’ in troubled; ye believe in God, believe also in
in tbe house of many mansions Igo to
ond. This is faster than Effing can the prior recognition by states and pri me;
prepare a place for you, and will come
throw’, faster than almost any creature, vate persons of the practical relations of again
and receive you unto myself.” How
bird, beast or fish can move; faster than the new states to the remainder of the comforting are the words of Jesus and to
the wind, unless it rush at its maddest Union. Such a recognition would be at Him we must look as our enthroned Re
speed; luster than an arrow’s flight, and the worst but a brief and passing irregu deemer in time of earthly separation and
approaches the speed of projectiles of larity ; and that is hardly to be placed affliction. He alone can lighten your bur
such high velocity that their path in the scale opposite to the comity of den and give you peace. Put on God’s ar
states. The fortunate design of our na mor and L usting him as a little child would
through the air is invisible.
tional flag enables the older states to trust a loving father, go forth to life’s new
call to duty with hearts blessed by thecher
E vidently the Harrison family is not signalize at once the cordiality with ished memory of the departed and chastened
as numerous as was supposed in Amer which they add to the roll of their sister by the agonizing sorrow of wedded love’s fin
ica or else some of them failed to support hood the names of North Dakota, South al dissolution;“ What I do thou knowest not
Cousin Ben, when his claims were before Dakota, Montana,and Washington. The now but thou shalt know hereaftef.” The
funeral cortege moved to the cemetery, tbe
the people. At any rate the policy of Century for June.
pall-bearers being of the Degree of Pocahon
hunting places for distant relatives of
tas, the deceased having been a charter
JOSEPHINE COUNTY ITEMS.
the executive seems to have temporarily
member of Wenonah Council, No. 1, I.O.
been abandoned for the accommodation
C. W. Ayers of Ashland was in Grant's Pass R. M.. atul six slate.■- pf Hw? order in appro
of the immediate family connections of a few
priate regalia were among tho mourners in
days last week.
the plumed secretary of state. Robert Mrs. Fred Croxton is reported as lying ver y the funeral procession. At the grave, the
beautiful burial service of the Presbyterian
Blaine was last Saturday promoted from low with pneumonia.
the position of bolt twister in the mu* (’. J. Howard is surveying railroad land in church was conducted by the pastor, and
the Presbyterian choir rendered the funer
m tun annex to the agricultural depart the Jenny creek country.
chants and dirge.
ment—salary $1200 per annum—to the Land contests are becoming frequent as the al So
all that is mortal of one of Jackson
place of register of wills for the District public domain is exhausted.
ville’s fairest and most lovely women has
of Columbia, salary $7000 per annum. ’ sale next Saturday, June 15th.
fiassed away. Dutiful to her parents and
B. A. Stanard is foreman of the “Courier” of aithful to her husband, to whom sh? ren
dered the homage of a true woman’s devo
M ax P racht is evidently starting in io fice under the new management.
Loom Alaska, as the eastern press lias A lady ar Merlin gave birth to triplets, two tion, tenderly loving to her children, and
sincere to her friends, her death leaves a
already found out since his departure girls and a boy, on the ;kl instant.
It is the Intention to remove the Messenger void in this community that time cannot
for the land of the midnight sun that saw-mill
fill. In social circles her courteous digni
to Kean creek next fail.
Alaska is bigger than all the territory of J. W. Howard, of Grant’s Pass, visited with ty and affable, generous disposition made
the Union east of the Mississippi rivor, his fainLy in Jacksonville last Sunday.
her ever a welcome and pleasant guest,and
while the coast line is greater than that The “Courier” under the new management deeply and sincerely will she be mourned
in the place where her life begun and ended.
of all the rest of the United States com will attempt to be neutral in politics.
Only those who have passed through this
bined. If Max will be cautious in the The Ladies’ Aid Society realized >123 from
sadedst ordeal of all earthly bereavements
matter of laying off town 'lots, and avoid
J. W. Howard is again advertising a fine can realize the affliction, when a home al
glacial substrata, and abstain from rais stock
tar is desolate; a young wife who never
of general merchandise at the Pass.
ing other fruits than those “meet for re Messrs.
and Plaster have located quarts more wifl respond to tne loving endear
pentance,” we doubt not that lie can in claims that Hahn
ments of affection, a faithful mother whose
prospect well on Louse creek.
duce a heavy emigration to the far north Win. Sawyer of Grant's Pass has just beau- last kiss is still warm upon the I ips of her
west coast, and encourage the cultivation ijfitxl his residence with a new coat of paint. children, and whose voice is forever still tii
of a taste for blubber and fish oil here Mrs. M. 8. Cranfil, of Eugene, and daughter dreamless sleep—death ; merciful time in its
visited last week at Mrs. Croxton’s inWrant’s changing years, that brings blessed but
tofore unknowfl among our people.
cease from sorrow, will compensate in the
Mrs. A. F. Eddy (nee Mius tyary Slover) now dutiful love of his children, the husband s
T he terrible storms that have been living at Pendkton. is visiting her parent» at great loss, as they grow up in the like
ravaging the most fertile sections of the the Pass.
ness, and $’i’h the many estimable qualities
A miner on Sucker creek recently picked up of their motner. May the Al|-wise Father,
east during the past few weeks will do
nugget in tbe old Anderson diggings weigh who uoes not willingly afflict, vouchsafe to
much to advertise the merits of the Pa a ing
cific coast climate where such elemental Grant’s Pass is doing some very judicious the bereaved the consolation He has cov
with them to give, unto whose lov
strife is practically unknown. All of the advertising In the papers of the metropolis enanted
ing and merciful hands we commend them
eastern middle states have been devas just at presept.
in time of this great sorrow.
tated by rain, hail and flood until travel The excursionists complimented Grant s Paas The same hand that turned a hunibl••
her people highly for their hospitable en
is delayed, and traffic in many locations and
garland at Mrs. Nickell’s marriage, n< w
tertainment last week.
is at a standstill. Immense damage has Miss Bertha Wall has returned to Grant’s weaves this chaplet of funeral flowers to
l»een done to crops, and many towns Pass after a protracted visit to the Willamette deck bef lowly bed. Mav she rest in peace
while summer flowers bloom in fragrance
and rural districts have been swept by and Umpqua valley^.
o’er her grave and whispering winds in
floods. The upper Ohio, the Potomac J. B. Leach has removed his family from solemn
cadence with nature's tuneful bar
and the Susquehanna basin seem to have the Messenger saw-mill.
monies, chant her requiem.
L ro . n .
constituted the storm centre and the Grant's Pass will not be eclipsed by any oth
same story, comes front all of ruined er place fn southern Oregon in the matter of
grain fields, washed-out railroads and a 4th of July celebration.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Sealed proposals are called for up to July 5th
at the office of the county clerk,•„for keeping
Tho following real-estate transfers have
tlie county poor of Josephine.
taken place since 1 lie lust report of the T imks :
A n example worthy of imitation is be
’Though Grant’s Pass did not get the district
EJ Churchnian to A and Diautha Church
ing set bv the proprietor of the San fair her citizens will do everything in their man;
2.08 acre« in tp 39 S. R 1 E. 1100.
Mrs. W. J. Cunningham to 8 P I) & L Ce>; lot
Francisco Examiner, who undertakes to power to make the first fair a success.
D. 8. K. Buick of the Roseburg “Plaindealer" 13, blk L. R R add to Ashland. $100.
defray the expenses of a selected pub and
Boothby to J C Corum; 160 acre« in tp
MeMTO. Manning and Boise of the Salem
lic .school student of that citv to and “Statesman"
force were in town on excursion 35 8. R 1 W. >150).
Eber Emery to A J Daley; lot in tp 30 8, Il 1
from the Taris exhibition. The prize day.
was allotted on strictly civil-service 0. F. Seeley of White ’ Hall, Illinois, Ims In W. B F 450.
C Edmonson tej A J Daley; 80 acres in <p
HE UNDEItSIGNBD WILL HOI,
e4 in property and located in Grant’s Puss,
principles, merit alone recommending vest
3 E. $41X1.
Teacher’» Instttute at the Mcdfonl pub
having met here several uuquQintances and 34 J 8, A R Jonas
to A J Daley; lot in tp 30 8. R 1 W.
lic school building. txwinntn. op
the successful candidate. May Ayers, schoolmates
of earlier days.
who obtained the highest average in a C. S. Shanks of Louse c reek, was last wetw >45.
Thnrtday. June 20, 1889,
J M Luark t<4 the public;dedication for street
three-day’s written examination, partic- found in a helpless condition in his cabin, a* or road in tp 39 8. R 1 E. >1.
and continuing In session for three dan. It
result of a stroke of paralysis and the
H II Carter to Lizzie M Wilson; le>t 13, in Is earnestly hoped that all teaohers In the
i|>atcd in by one representative each the
county authorities have made provision for Belleview. >»W'i.
county will an end this Institute and partici
from the twenty-one grammar schools of his comfort.
J. M Luark to J 8 Wilson; ten acre« in tp 39 pate In the exercises. The pnwrainnie will lie
Nan Francisco. The grade of a number A man named Smith, employed at Merlin, 8. K I E. >*10.
Bell te> school district No. 12; lot in sec
K. H. MITCHEL!.,
of the pupils was almost phenomenal, was last week severely injured in the 8. P. D. 14, Jas
tp;ms, r I w.
A Lf’o.’s »hops at that plavc.by being struck in
School Superintendent of Jackson County,
the winner getting 651 l.» credits out of a the
ME Beatty to J c Muhlenberg; lot 1, blk 4.
stomach with a timber. He is rapidly re
possible 700. The Examiner undertakes covering now, however.
Beatty’s add te» Medford. >55.
Jacksonville. Or., May 2!». 1HR0.
to J G Norton; 40 acre« in tp
to assume all expense of the trip for the The fallowing is a list of letters remaining 37 T 8, H R Ktlmpson
I E. >100.
successful competitor and her mother, uncalled for in the Grant’s P mb post-office on C J Morgan
to Sarah H Gates; lands in tp 36
Maj 31st. 1KW: S. Atwell. U. J. Anderson, IL
who will accompany her to the exposi G.
Adams, Miss M. Barker, 3, H. E. Beck, (). 8, R 3 W. >500.
otice b hereby given thati will
Denn y, C. D. Evans*, T. Gillegam, J. Hamlin,
prosecute nil persona found tn-aptuixing
Mrs. M. Hase, H. H. Hosan, M. Hite, Mrs. J., acre® In tp 39 8, R I E. >L
Bessie L Messenger to J E Smith; undivtde’d
on and after th!? dab? on the land bought by me,
R. Husabier, J. IL Lister, W. Little, O. P. Ma
Tim legislative state board of Ra-lroad son.
4, 1889, at Sheriff*a «ale of real prop«Tty
F. P. Montgomery, Mrs. E. Neidej-, Misr. Point, >1900.
Commissioners’ ivaein regular monthly P. Pankey, Miss R. Ryder. A. Rodgers, Mr®. M.
under execution issued out of the Circuit
th<* State of Oregon, for Jackson
session at Salem last week. They jum- Small, Mrs. A. Smith, Hon. j. >J. Stewart,C. W. 36
county, in a milt wnerein Jas. Ham lifi I« plain
H. Tivigens, Mrs. H.' Webberlij. jf ' 8. R 3 W. Mm.
med up the testimony taken in a number Sanders.
G Naylor to Roberts A O’Neil; 40 acres in tp tiff and E. D. Foudray and T. T. McKrmrie are
Workman. Mrs. J. R. Wils.»n, When eft.link
defendants. Tht* public will take notice ac-
of cases where persona had been killed for any of the aixive letters please say ad ver- 38
' B. k I V*. MO.
Lester C and A W Ucy MC Nickell and J O eoHüWly.
by trains. Four men have Upon killed tiMd.
J. W. M dward , P. M.
Johnson: _ a »,«1 acres fn tp 37 8, H 2 W. >1276,
Phcntiix. May 23, 188».
within tlie state during May by havi/ig
John 8. Lacy et al to W C Lacy ct at; .10.62
JBVICK TO KrtHKRN.
acres In same tp.
been run over by trains. In eac'i esse
F Myer to W K Rie*vcs; lots ±1 and 12, blk
investigation reveals that carelessness or | Mrs. Winblow’s toothing Syrup, for chil ». B Asblanei.
drunkenness of the person killed canted dren teething, as the prescription of one of
M E Be nttv to Basil Morris; lot 2. blk 4. M«l-
the accident. The commissioners de
ACIleliq to J M Luark; unit-claim to 80
United States, and has been used for
ceived a communication from the board I the
years with never-failing »ijece»* by acres In tp 30 S, R V E. >1.
ot Trade of Junction City, asking them 1 forty
GaHoway to Lucinda I, Wilson;
million» of mothers for their cbi’dren Du in F Medford,
Io recommend, to the Southern Pacific ring the proce»« of teething it» value tv In-
Company extension of its line from Cor ' calculable. It relieve« the child from pain,
vallis to Junction. They also received a cures dysentery .nd dinrrh«»eti, gripingin
/*« erfH« r
petition from thirty-seven citiaens of th® bowels, and wind roiic. By giving in the <*.ombii>atiun, ptoportkm and pre
Grant’» Pass, asking the board to raeum- health to the child it resti the mother. paration of its ingredients, Hood's Parsa
psrdla acchmi lisdies tur-i wh-re other
mend a reduction of freight on vegetable. Price 25c. a bottle.
preparation* entirely fail. Peculiar tn its
• nd melons from southern Oregon to Port
A t»M IMarv.
name ®t home, which is a “lower of
land and interrasdiaie points. It was deci The child eoughe^ The mother ran strength
tectkliar i i ihi pi eiom-
oney to loan on long time at
ded that the board wilt hold .conference no remeJy was near. Eerore rfxorpi^g the enal stlts abroi<r,''
it has atia rie<l. lioid's Sarsapw-
Low Rati*» on Real Estati Security .
with the transportation companies re poor little miffert r was dead. Moral: Al- rilja js
<Mil on or .i kiriw
«ucceashtl medicine for
lative to the petition jeeQeiUed by the
.« keep I)n* Acker’s English Remedy a purifying the l K m I, giving MUt-gUi art!
creating an appetite.
d bold by E. C. Brook».
1NING PATENTS obtained at reasonable
M rates and with dispatch.
ROMPT ATTENTION given to all busiueM
P connected with the Land Office.
THE RED HOUSE TRADE UNION, C. H. GILMAN, PROPRIETOR,
Alerti lia nt Tailor
REAMES & WHITE’S !
Ladies Fine Dress Goods
SIOO.OÜO TO LOAN.
“ We do hereby certify that weaupervtee
the arrangement» for all the Monthly and
semi-annual drawings of The Louisiana
State Lottery Company, and in person
manage and control the Drawings them
selves, and that the same are conducted urith
honesty, fairness, and in good faith toward
all parties, aiui we authorize the Company
to use this certificate, with facsimiles of our
signatures attached, in its advertisements.
E vjcky Y eah .
LAND AT BEDROCK PRICES.
200 acre« of unimproved land, 30 acres of which
is prairie land and the balance go<xl timber*land.
ail good fruit and grain land, with two living
spring» of water. Four mile» from Jackson rille.
• This powder never varies. A marvel of puri
ty, strength and wholeeomeness. More econ
Unimproved; woU watered, and first- class
omical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be
sold in competition with the magnitude of low
test, short weight, alum or pboaphato powders.
Bold only in cans. Royal Baking Powder Co.,
Unimproved, level, rich grass and fruit land ;
106 Wall St., N. Y.
running water; title donation claim.
. ......... A great .
bargain ; 7 miles east of Central Point.
Mostly fenced in grain fields, meadow, pasture,
orchard and garden ; all rich, black, alluvial
soil; about 1U0 acrex of plow land ; three springs
of pure water; stream flowing through the place;
orchard, best variety of fruit; large,commodious ;
dwelling-house, large barn and numerous out '
buildings. No better location for stock ranch
Everything iji the market in Summer Clothing,
in Oregon. Bummer range inexhaustible; fif
teen miles from railroad depot.
Men’B and Boys1.
200 acres. ,
Men’s Fancy Flannel Shirts.............. 75c tp $4 00
A fine farm near Eagle Point, Or., all fenced,
100 acres in cultivation, excellent house, good
and other outbuildings, 125 fruit trees. No.
1160,000 Stock of Fashionable SUMMER GOODS. barn
1 mill-site, good well, living springs, stream of i
water flowing through and a system of irrigating
T CARRY A LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE
Try ’shopping by mail once. You will certainly repeat. ditches by means of which 50 acres of land may
X of general hardware, and also a full sssort-
be irrigated. Excellent bargain Terms cash.
meut of tinware, which I am prepared to sell Illustrated Catologtie and Fashion Plate of Millinery Free.
480 acres—200 acres rich, level, bottom land,
LOWEST LIVING PRICE8 !
cleared ; 10 acres fenced ; small house and sta
ble; bearing orchard of choice variety of apples j i
lor cash or marketable produce.
280 Hcres of yellow and sugar-pine timber: gixxl
General repairing and outdoor work in the
site for saw-mill; good roads summer and win
tinner’s line a specialty.
Evans creek runs on tbe east boundary of
I would respectfully as|c a share of the pub
Two Story ter.
said land and can bo utilized for irrigation. Six
lic patronage and will guarantee satisfaction, 714 and 716 J Street, and 713 and 715 Oak Avenue.
miles from R. K. depot; one.fourth mile from
W. H. RUNNELLS.
school and postoflice. Price >12 per acre.
1500 acres, unimproved ; all level, rich, bottom
land ; well watered, plenty of timber, and can
be made the best dairy ranch iu tii® slate of Ore
gon : 23 miles from Ashland. Price >6 per acre.
I’erms, half cash in hand, balance on easy terms.
And Im porter of
I 177 avres; 90 acres fenced and in cultivation.
House, barn, orchard, meadow, one-half interest
iu water ditch »nd water-right, and a system of
irrigation by which 125 acres may be irrigated.
Stream of water running on north boundary of
the place. Ten miles from the county-seat, and
one and a half miles from postoflice and school-
house Price >3600.
13 acres set in alfalfa, balance brst of vineyard
and orchard land, fine large spring of pure water
A FULL LINE OF THE BEST AND MOST
21 fashionable cloths, finishings, etc., con
good out range, situated adjacent to the corpor
stantly kept on hand, and nothing but first-
ate limits of Jacksonville and 5 miles from Med
clnss work turned out.
All orders tilled promptly at reasonable
We have now on our shelves the moat Elegant Assortment of
rates and satisfaction guaranteed.
40 acres under fence and cultivation. Irrigat
Medford, May 13, 1881).
ing ditch with sufficient water to irrigate 40 acres
and the balance easily cleared, all first-class
land. Situated on Evans creek 23 miles from H.
R. depot, good roads summer and winter. This
Final Notice to Delinquent
is a bargain.
In the very latest shade« of Caahmeree. Serges, Henriettas Sicilians, Almas, Combinations Man»
All level and rich botton land, 15 acres under
otice is HriiEBY given thatthe de - cheater Cashmeres, Buntings, Ratteens, Lawns, Ginghams, Prints, Percales, Etc., Etc.
fence and in cultivation. Small house and a
linquent tax list of Jackson county, Oregon,
barn % mile from school house and post office.
for 1888, has been turned over to ihe, with a
Seven miles from railroad depot. Situated on
warrant from the Hon. County Court for its
immedrttf* collection. All persons who ere on
said list will please cal) at my office in Jackson W® have Pique®, Zephyr, Plaid®, Fancy Lace Check», India Linons, Victoria »nd Bishop Lawns,
567 acres, ail fenced and in cultivation. It is
ville and settle without further delay, as I will
Rogue river valley, one
be compelled to levy upon tho property of the
mile from Central Point depot. Three comfort
said delinquents, in oraer to enforce pay inent
able dwellings and 3 barns are on this tract, also
of said tax, if not paid at once. A nroinpt
an orchard of a choice variety of fruit. Th® soil
compliance with the law will save further
is free, rich black loam, and will grow alfalfa
without irrigation. Will be sold as a whole or
My deputies will begin riding and making
into 8 farmsof 200,197,170-acre tracts.
levies on and after May 25, 1889.
We have also just opened up the largest stock of
There is no waste land on this tract, and is with
JAS. G. BIRD8EY.
out question one of the best farms in Jackson
Sheriff and Tax- Collector of Jackson county,
county. For terms and prices call on or address
the undersigned at Jacksonville or at Medford
Jacksonville, May 15, 1889.
to Fans, Johnson A Erford.
640 acres of sugar-pice timber land, situated in
th® Rogue river timber belt, and a first-class,
L and O ffice at R oseihthg , O k ..) And finest line of Hats, Furnishing Goods, Boots a>nl Shoes, Etc., ever brought tojSouthern Oregon doable
saw-mill with turbine wheel aod an
M ay mi, ikho . f
abundance of water-power. Mill capacity, lo ooo
COMPLAINT HAVING BEEN ENTERED AT
feet per day, all complete an<l in A 1 running
this office by Lucy A. Mathews against Hen-
order. Also one blackemithshop and tools, one
ckluh Mathews for abandoning his homestead
We have also just received from Eastern Manufacturers, the handsomest lino of
frame barn,4o«8u feet., two box houses, etc. Price
entry No. 3889, dated Dec. 20, 1879, upon the
$ I,Soo. A great bargain.
SW . of SWU <>r Sec. 31, SEMot See. i» »nd NU
of N’E'4 of Sec. 32, township 35 south, range I
east, in Jackson county. Oregon, with a view
I have Great Bargain* to offer and it
to tbe cancellation of said entry', the said par
will pa» you to keep a close watch on this space
ties are hereby summoned to appear before —1060 roll», all beautiful patterns—ever displayed in this section.
for the next six months for Special Bargains, If
the county clerk of Jackson county, .Oregon,
you have any property for sal®, coz»» and s®e me
0F Remember that we aro able to give the very lowest figures on Groceries, Provision». Etc.
at the county clerk’s office, in Jacksonville, on
and I will do my bent fpr you.
REAMES A WHITE, Jacksonville, Oregon.
the 20th day of July, 1889, at 9 o’clock a . m .. to
Office nejt door to Grand Central Hotel.
resiM.nd and furnish testimony concerning
said alleged abandonment.
( HAS. W. JOHNSTON, Register.
A. C. J ones , Receiver.
» A IF AI TU'Vl,k’,1"'‘“r»'
\A/UnL|n not be enioyed.
Teacher's Institute for Jack-
MANUFACTURER'S AGENT FOR
Louisiana State Lottery Company
4 Incorporated by tbe L«*iriMlature in 1863, tor
Educat'unHl it in I Charitable purport«, und its
tranchix made u part of tne prvHvnt State
Constitutiou, in 1879, by an overwbtiiuing pop
H b GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRA WINGS
take place Svnii-Annually, (June ami beceiu-
ber), ami its grumi SINGLE NUMBER draw
ings take place in each of the other ten months
of the year, and are all drawn in public, at
the Academy of Music, New Oriean», La.
Many find it to their interest to do so. The
handsome saving usually made should not be
overlooked. The advantages of city styles and
nothing possible to loose, makes the method Conveyancing in all its Branches.
TOWN PROPERTY, FARMS, VINEYARDS
AST ALL PRECEDENT !
OVEK TWO MILLION D13TK1BLTED.
Farms, Village Lets, Improved
and Unimproved for
of Jackson county. There has never been a season when orchards on adjoining land have failed to pro
Sale or Bent.
duce a good crop. It is ono of the few sections in the county where the paper-shell almond will produce
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
but to induce a desirable class of Immigration to settle in what is acknowledged to be the most desirable
fruit section in Southern Oregon. The Illinois deep, rich soil, a large portion of it being sub irrigated by
drainage from tlie mountain and is covered with a thrifty growth of pine, laurel and inanzantia brush, the
value of which for firewood will more than pay the cost of clearing the land, as wood ia worth #3.00 per
cord on the ground. The entire tract lies directly in the
W. H. RUNNELLS,
A. L. REUTER, Trustee, Jacksonville, Oregon
IN WHITE GOODS
Ev©iytliiiijar New and I^resli1
Decorative Wall Papers
HAVE FOR SA LETHE FOLLOWING DE-
One hundred and sixty acres of No. 1 choice,
level land, over one-halt' enclosed with a sub
stantial fence; one of the very best fruit and
vegetiible ranches in the county; rich, sandy
loam, watered by Applegate creek; improved
with a good dwelling-house with six rooms, a
good log barn, granaries and other outbuild
ings; two hundred bearing fruit tret«, assorted
varieties, mostly fall and winter apples, plenty
of small fruits, near a good sepmd, good out
side range for stock; government title. Price,
$5000; half cash, balance in one and two years,
deferred payments to be secured by a mort
gage on the premises.
A good farm of 300 acres on Evans cree k, in
the meadows. Improved with adwelUim itaM
feet with five rooms, a barn and stables. 80
acres fenced, 40 acres in cultivation, well wat
ereel and a tine outside range for stock. A No.
1 stock farm. Price, fifte en 'dollars per acre,
cash. Title perfect.
Four mile« from Central Point railroad sta
tion, a steick farm of 160acre«, on a county
road, about forty acre« of which is good grain
land and forty acres good fruit lanei. Improv
ed with a dwelling-house. Title perfect. Price,
$850 00. cash.
A fine stock and grain farm of 400 acres; 360
acres under fence; 300acres farm laud; 1<JOacres
pasture and wood land; ten acres of a good
young orchard and a nice young vineyard;
two dwelling-houses and two good wells on the
place. There will be sold with the farm a large
amount of agricultural ImpleinentB and some
household furniture; also a number of garden
tools. All go with the place. Good outside
range for stock. Price, $5,560; half cash, bal
ance in two equal yearly payments, to draw le
gal interest from day or sale, to be secured; or
all cash, at option of the purchaser. This land
is situateil west of the Debinger Gap. Title
perfect. A good home for somebody.
The west half of the southwest quarter and
the southwest quarter of the northwest quar
ter of section 30, township 36 south, range one
also the south halt of the southeast quar-
terand northwest quarter of southeast quarter
and northeast quarter of southwest quarter of
section 15, township 37 south, of range one east,
containing 282 acre« in all. Price, live dollars
Forty acres of timber land close to the coun
ty road leading to the Big Butte saw-mill; val
uable chiefly tor rail timber. Government ti
tle. The owner is out of the state and the land
will be sold for five dollars per acre, cash. A
bargain for somebody.
Two hundred add forty acres—sixty ac es
fenced and in cultivation; improved wit n
nice bearing orchard of fine assorted fruit
trees; a dwelling house, a barn and other out
houses. Two streams of water run through
this place. It is susceptible of being divided
into two pieces of one hundred and twenty
acres each. The north half of this place is un
improved. The improved 60 acres arc worth
fltjOO. The other 180 acres, >900. Four miles
rom Central Point railroad station. Title per
A farm of 120 acres, improved with a com
fortable dwelling: ten acres fenced and in cul
tivation, with a living spring near the dwell
ing. One of the very nest stock ranges in the
county. Yankee creek flows through this land.
Title perfect. Price, >800.
A good place of 160a<-res. improved with a
good, new r<«idence, burn and granary; about
sixty acres fenced, with an orchard ot about
one hundred assorted fruit trees; one large
spring and other smaller ones on the farm.
Yankee creek runs through the place. Splen-
did stock range, with government title. Price,
A brick house and large lot in Jacksonville,
with a stable. A comfortable home, and title
perfect. Price, >600; >200 cash and balance in
three equal payments of six, twelve and eigh
teen months; deferred payments to draw ten
per cent, interest.
A comfortable frame house in Jacksonville
for sale or rent on reasonable terms; three
rooms and kitchen; located on Third street,
and has a good well of water at the door, with
all necessary outhouses. Will be sold cheap,
as the owner is in eastern Oregon and has no
further use for the property.
A good little' farm of 160 acres near Antioch
school-house. Improved with a good dwelling
house, stables, etc.; >0 acroa t< n<-c<i, a fin®,
young bearing orchard, and also a vineyard in
a bearing condition; will be sold for >1200; a
good bargain. Title perfect.
A two-story brick house in Jacksonville,
with water pipes to the premises, and through
each room in the house, from a living spring.
The house is located on a full half block of
land, 100x200 feet in size, and has all the fruits
growing therein neeessarj for a laniilj to uae
The premises now rent for >20 per month;
price >2500: >1500 at time of sale, defered pay
ments to be secured by a mortgage on the
premises, or all cash at option of the purchas
er. This is a very desirable location, being
among the very best family residences in the
A nice place, partly enclosed and a box house
on it, being the south half, the southeast quar
ter, and the southeast quarter of the south
west quarter of section six, and the northeast
quarter of the northwest (piarter of section
seven, township 35 south, of range one west, in
Jackson county, containing 160 acres. Price,
>15 per acre.
The SWLJ of sec. 34, tp. 56 south, of range 3
east, containing 1G0 acres, and being in close
proximity to McCallister’s celebrated springs
on Butte crock. Price, >10 per acre. A first-
Lots numbered one and two of section 31, in
township 35 south, of raiftre 1 west; also the lot
numbered 1 of section 6. in township 36 south,
of range 1 west, containing in all 96 acres.
Price, >6 per acre.
A comfortable frame house with a very hu ge
lot in Jacksonville, in a good neighborhood,
for sale on reasonable fmns; has a large sit
ting-room with a good fireplace, two good bed
rooms and a kitchen, a good well of water at
the door, woodhouse, etc. Price, >800.
IjtiKtsm sections’, 18. 19,20.29. and NH of
section 30, In township 35 south, range 1 west;
containing 1136 acres; and lands in sections 12,
14, 23, 24 and 25. In township85 south, of range
2 west, containing 1000 acres. If all of the
above-mentioned land nhould be sold in one
body, >6 per acre Is the price. If sold in quan
tities not lesuihau 40 acres, at >10 to >15 per
acre. a< »«>Hling to tbe quality ana quantity of
land sold. Terms, one third cash at time of
sale, balance on time to suit purchaser; defer
ed payments to be secured by a mortgage on
the premises. This land is mostly allghtly roll
ing clay soil, and is among the Iiest nuit lauds
In Jackson county.
3s0 acres of Improved land and 80 a'errs un
iinpr ‘ved, in section 13. biwnsb'u
range 2 west, price for the lot. »20 per acre ’
Unrt In acetlon % towiMlilp »aouth, range
»'^"nna 31 an.l the »..nth
half of section .10. township 36 south, rang«* 1
west, containing 1MM) acre®; all fenced with a
to Rogue river Will
b® sold cheap in lots to <uit purclNMroro. and
IHs the best helper to Health and the quickest
cure on Earth, vise it in time for all diseases ot
the Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Skink It
A No. 1 mt* and stock farm of .330 acres. 5
cures Rheumatism, Malaria, Coated Tongue
mile® from Central Point mil road station und
»nd Headache, relieves Constipation, Bilious,
six mil«« frem Medford railroad station; all
ness and Dyinepsia, drives all impurities put vi
level, black lai d and enclosed with a nin<^nitl
the Blood and dries up old Sores. The Business
fence, and all under cultivation. Improved
men buy it, the Worxiugmcn use y. the Ladies
with a small dwelling-house, a barn 30x30 feet,
lake it, the Children cry for it and the Farmers
large granary, a good spring which furnishes
My it is then best health preserver.
plenty of water for domestic and st<x k pur-
iold everywbett, fr.oo a botge; syt for Jvo*
p<»sre. This farm is BUBceptibleof txdng divid
ed into two, three and four farms, as every
acre of it is food land and near a school and
INMtoffice. Title perfect. Price. >70 per acre.
A farm of 124 acres, all level land, four miles
from Central Point railroad station, all fenced
with a rail fence and over 10Qacres in cultiva
E. K. BRE1TMAX, Proprietor,
tion. Black soil, improved with a dwelling
house 24x24 feet With four rooms, a barn 20x28
feet, woodhouse 20x20 f»«et, near a gixxl school,
two good weliH of water and g«xxi outride range
This well-IfnJWn house U» been renovated for stock. Government title. Price. KI 500 cash.
Tbe F. M. Fredenburg farm, situated In sec-
tIon 15, township» south, range 3 west. c«m-
150 rtcr»«; alxiut 4ft a« r. * I • r-,< . .1 wu i t
I A good sample mom for cnmmere’ai travelers tftlning
rail fence and in cultivation, balance un
' hftB been fitted up in enaneetion with ‘h® hotel.
improved ¡and; two springs of water, one near
the house; Rogue river forms the western
Stock and Land for Sale.
boundary of this place. Improved with a
dwelling 14x28 feet with 4 rixinw. shed barn
17x38 feet and other outbuildings. This place
IIK UNDERflIGNFD OFFERS FOR BALE is on the cast side of Rogue river, H of q mile
nr® head of gfxxi horse«: also sereraj parcels from Gold Hill railroad station. Qo.ermmnt
of®xe®1]®t>t land situated in Jacksonville. Wil- title, price >2..’»l Terms, on® U&lf thwh at time
low Hprinas and Central Point precinct». For of sale, Immnce on one \ cat's time, to be se
b!rWorCTtiCUlMr" C*H S< th* ,aclWe®Tille Mar cured by a
on the premia«: or all
cash »I opt*ob of purchaser.
J. C. WHIP?.
Parties wishing to purchase any of the above
lands, can stop oft at Mwlford. where they will
be met at the railroad depot on the arrival of
trains by Mrears. Wrist®/ A <V>., real es
Í utile branded D and marked rrttpand squsrs tate agents, who wUl convey them In r> >d
underbit in left ear and under» I ope in right; shape to any o£ to* lands f have fur »ale, fi re
of ^Laa’ae ft,r conv< yancc.
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'>re«oi o«c. »,
We the undersigned, Banksand Bankers will
pay all Prise« drawn in the Louisiana state
Lotteries which may be presented at our coun-
R. M. WALMSLEY,
Pres. Louisiana National Bank.
P. LAN A UN,
Pres. State National Bank.
Pre®. N. O. National Bank.
Pres. Union National Bank.
At the Academy of Afusic, New Or-
lean», Tuesday, June 19,1889.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $600,000.
100.000 Ticket* at 840. Halves at
820« Quarters 810« Eights
85. Twentieths $2. .
LIST OF PHIZES:
1 PRIZE OF 600,000 I»...
1 PRIZE OF 300,0001». ..
1 PRIZE OF 100.000 is...
1 PRIZE OF 50,000 Is...
2 PRIZES OF 20,000 are.
5 PRIZES OF 10,000 arc.
10 PRIZES OF 5.000
25 PRIZES OF !,(XM arc....................
100 PRIZES OF 800 are....................
200 PRIZES OF 600 are....................
500 PHIZES OF 400 are....................
¡(>0 PRIZES OF 1000 arc...................... >
100 FRIZES OF 800 are......................
100 PRIZES OF 400 are......................
TWO KUMBEil TERMINALS.
1,998 PRIZES OF 200 are.................... >:M),MM)
3,144 PRIZES AMOUNTING TO............>2,154»,»Mkk
Jfc "For Club Rates, or any further in'ibnmb-
tion desired, write legibly to the und . t-slgned,
clearly stating your residence, with State,
County, Street and Number. More rapid re
turn mail delivery will be assured by your en
closing an envelope bearing your full address.
DAUPHIN. New Orleans, La.
Or, M. A. DAUPHIN. Washington, D. C.
By ordinal v leltt r, containing Money Order
issued by r 1 express companies, N< w York
Exchange 1 ••aft or Postal Note.
1 Ufcil Letters Containing Cur
NEW «.Bk.EASN SATKIN AI. EAJih.
New Oriean», Du,
BY FOUR NATIONAL BANKS of New Or
leans, and the tickets are signed by the Presi
dent of an institution, whose chartered rights
are recognized iu the hiirhest courts ; there
fore, beware of all imitations or annonymous
ONE DOLLAR is the price of the smallest
part or fraction of a ticket ISSUED BY US in
tiny drawing. Anything incur name offered
for less than a dollar is a swindle.
Or PURE 00D LIVER OIL
Almost as Paiatablo as ftaiSk.
So d3»guis«d that it can bo talreu*
digested, ciyl a.*vilnrthit<*d by th« meat
reuflitive vtomacli, '«viien tiie pl.-Zn oil
uannot be tolerated; r.nt? bj- I! -: curu -
btnation cf the oil with the hypuplioa*«
pliitee is much more oIBcaciou^.
Remarkable as a
Persons gain rapidly wfclte
SCOTT’S EMULSIOM i«, ^ovledged by
Physicians to bo the Fir.^st and Bost prepa
ration in the world for iii® reli< f and cure oi
COMSUMPTIvW. 6CROPULA. .
COLDS end CHRONIC ROUGHS.
in UitJrc.;. S ’J btf all Druqgisis.
Property for Sale.
he undersigned , livingohthoitp
»on croak, Applo»»!,, nrecinat, offer, for
sain nt n barKutn hi. farm ot 331 h,.rt.8
nixty acre» ot which ere in cullrintion and nx .t-
lfincl«rer.nd alfalfa whU(, taX ia enon’h
good timber on the place, cloM
mdl to pay for tbe whole of it. This is o„“of
thebiot stock ranches in southern Oregon and
iTZfll,8nPI’}'wl W'th living water. Twenty-five
d t,h,r<”’ t™»”f hcree» are also
offered for sale. I have a good placer mine
Steamboat precinct, which 1 wiil sell cheap e"
work1*1 lnieroat in ,o 8on,G experienced mixer to,
Term». $l,ooo in cash, balance on omx term»
My reason for selling is that 1 am tuu old to ion-.’
ger look after this prtawrty. For further parties
ulars call on me or address
Applegate, f ’r.
FARMS FOR SALE
I OFFEH FOR BALE ON REASONABLEfcrma
lone of tho best Stock or Dairy Farms in Booth-
ern Oregon, situated on Deer Creek, Joeepbiipa
county, containing 320 acres of rich bottom land
Mpeoially adapted to the growth of timothy hu
and cloyor. About one-half ia cleared and i-
cultivation, and most of the balance can b® e»- ■ i*1
e.eared. There it» a stream of water rr
through the place the year round, affordi- nnin<
of water for stock and some for irriF* »■**
place ia all inclosed by a good rai) '
is a house and barn and 200 yon’
the place. It aUahaeth®
„ a«jrn‘t tre’,B
the county; alao anothev
ing 12i> acres.
-celient place contain
For full particular’ - call
»« upon or address
O. J. VANNOI.
/ARM FOR SALE.
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE
hi, farm, .itnalod nnr Bybee . ferry, t.n mile,
from Jacksonville, containing 160 acre®, 90 acre»
being under cultivation and the balance being
firet-clase timber and jpaatur® land. A good
house, bam and outbuildings ar® connected with
tne place. Title perfect and terms reasonable
Kor further particulars apply to the T imkp
Central Point P. O.
Mu euni of Anatcmy
■51 Market st., San P tmk I co .
C.I nn.l h arn how to avoid d(a-
. awe, and h<iw wend, rtul you are
made. Private offtee, 21 C ary St.
I onaiiltation on lxWt Manhood
and all dIaeaacR of men.Hend for
N, S. DREW.
r ->rttaad, Oreg/re.
In i ruction, estai»-
i any time. Can
•7. ».dlip «ent fr» f
A. P. ARMHTROXU. Fri».
GTRATED FROM THE F> RM OF THE UN-
O derfclgncd. living on Gall’» cr«®fc, last Sunday
erening. on® brown hnrae. btaoded D nu !*»<•
shooM®r, blindir. ths right eyp. and will weigh
1!4>; pounds. A ’literal «eward will b- paid for
hi* return or for any information that will |«nd
(MIT» Crrok, Ma» 1. IMS.