The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907, June 13, 1889, Image 5

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MISCELLANEOUS
GEUEBAL HOTES AM? MEW 8.
£lie fkiuorratfr ííimw.
Tbs «Ddorsenwnt of German Syrup is
anpar&ee d. We will du blisb 1000 testi­
monials received durlrg the Hat six
mon tbs
Head them. May nave vour
lie.
MISCELLANEOUS
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
A 120,000 g.i.t-mill ia to ba built at
Corvailla soon.
JINK 13, 18W
TUUKM1JAY..
•1
BUBLINGUAM, N Y. V >V 31. 1 iM|
Many new brick bin. ki srs geing up
VIA
G G. G ib BN, Dear Sir:—i «»«;
!f
,n
in Spokaue Fa)'-
»roubed with severe co 1«. « . ■ , ,
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UFFICIAI. FAPER FOR /ACIIOR «OMÎT.
Baker county if nt 811,410 buabela 01 reuxrJ' that will re’L.a hh
i >.m
wheat to England laet year. '
your Boscu. ’« uerinan ayrup. 1 have
t ►
iO a
„
Conservative estimates of the loss by used it tor more than twelve yuarn. It is
TO ADVERTISERS.
constant household companion with mo
tlie Seattle tire ere none of them
Hemorrhages.
Our
merchant
here
procured
it
first
at
my
Time between Me ‘ rd and Sun Francisco,
TUeTIXEM han a circulallou of2300 thau $15,000,000.
No««, or fi 0111 any <-auba Is speedily con­
twent; ;ur hour«.
solicitation, nmi Bays i*v bas told agrtat
trolled and stopped.
(UelargeMt enjoyed by any newnpapor
San Francisco alone contributed up- many bottles. It is a very popular remedy
CALIFOHNIA KXPKK.- TWAINS RUN DAILY BE-
HEALTH
pabliabed
between
Kbrtlaud
and
Bod
TWEKN
PORTLAND
AND HAN YHANC18CO.
Sores, Ulcers, Wounds,
wards of $<0,000 Io the relief of the in this section. Every person who hila
Biair, ( al. a diMaa^e. ol «OU naile«. It Johnstown sufferers.
used it speaks in the highest terms of is
Smith
I North"
Sprains & Bruises. ilaereiore offer« tlae beet Inducements Preparations sre already under way merits. ( do not know of a single case t,
I.« BlthHu’a Uold n Ilalsui»
p. M.____
Leave Portland Arrive) 10:45p. m .
Agents for Cyrus Noble Distillery, Jos. Schlitz Brewing Com­ 4KM)
Cures C'UanertB, flrs», and second atagL’i>.
has not cured. I first used it in Vermone
It ia'coolhig, cleansing and Healing. to advertloeru. Onr 14*9 i* principally
7:55 a . M. iLeav«
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Metlford
L<-avei »};(>*» p. M.
Beres on tho Legs and Body; Sore Ears.
for rebuilding the city of Seattle in (*r where I lived before coming here. I ad vise
7]45 A. M. I Arrive San Franciseo L»-av«| 7:im p. m .
J* 1» nioet efficacious for thia
Eyes, Nose, etc., Copper colored B:otche<
Vdlit* 1 11 j disease. Cold in th'- Head.Ao. eonflaaod to^JncLoou, Josephine and finer style than before.
everyone to use it. as it is certainly tht pany, Milwaukee Bottled Beer, Schmidt & Co.’s Sarsaparilla and
Syphilitic Catarrh, diseased Scalp, and a'
LOCAL PAHHENUER TRAIN DAILY (EXCBPT
SlHMiueoo men
“ Pond’s Extract Catarrh Cure,0 Ulnnd&tli rounliea
beat
cough
medicine
I
have
ever
knownt
primary forms of the disease known as
About $8,000 lias been conditionally I have tried nearly all of them at differens
SUNDAY.)
specially prepared to meet i irious case«, should take note oi thin.
Syphilis. Price,
OO per Bottle.
Iron
Water;
also
Arcadian
Mineral
Water
from
Waukesha,
Wis
­
should I m , applied with Poa*
hjxtrwct
subscribed toward the proposed boot times.
8:00 A. M.I Leave Portland Arrive 3:45 p . m .
Yours respectfully,
L m Richau’a Golden Bulsain No. M
Nn»al dyrivge.
K
aud
shoe
factory
on
the
east
side,
Port
­
12:46
p
.
m
.!
Leave
Albany
Leave-11:35 a . m .
M usk « O kay ,
Cures -Tertiary, Mercurial Syphilitic Rheu­
2:40 P. M.j Arrive Eugene___L?ave| 9:00 a . m .
consin.
matism. Pains in the Bones, Pains in the
land.
Proprietor Grisi Mill.
Rheumatism, Nem Jgia.
all som.
II. .4, tack of the Neck, Vkx*rate«l Ban
No other preparation lias cured naore
The President's family will spend the
T
Throat, Syphilitic K&sh, Lumps and con
Mother»!
cages of these c»*treeing complain*« thaa
• The publisher of the Mt Shasta lieraid, summer at Deer Park, Md., where he
traded Cords, Stiffness of tho Limbs, ami
tlieKxiract. Poml*s Extract Plaa. Sisson, advertises his plant for sale.
Castoria is recouiuwnded by physicians
eradicates all disease from the system,
will be able to join them every Saturday for children teething. It is a purely vege­
l«r id Invaluable in these diseases, Lum-
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS,
whether cawed by indiscretion or abuse
'»ago. Pains in Mack or ¡side, Ac.
T’.m president has how got to his evening.
of Mercury, leaving the blood pure and
table preparation, its ingredients «re pub­
Fur accommodât ion of second- class passen­
healthy. Price &5 OO per Bottle.
wile
’
«
nephews
und
nieces'
husbands,
lished around each boLUe. It is pleasant
gers, uttachcd to Express fruì ns.
Johnstown
was
the
seat
of
the
great
phther
a,
Sore
Throat,
jLc Hichuu’i Golden Npanlsh Atiti-
who are being provided fur.
‘Use the l£xt«MCt promptly. Delay le
Cambria Iron Works, owned by Andrew to the taste and absolutely harmless. It
dote for tl.
dangerous.
constipation, regulates the I m > wv s. quiet
The
8.
P. Co.’s Ferry makes connection with
Irritation Gravel, and all Urinary or Geni­
The
wheat
crop
in
Sonora,
Carnegie
A
Co.,
and
had
about
10,000
Mexico. is
OilzAC*
or Itching. It
pain, cures diarrhoea and wind ro’ic, al
all the regular trains on the F.a.-t Side Divis­
tal disarrangements. Price 9'4 50 per
irniuensff "Fôr the firtt time in the his­ inhabitants.
I ¡10 3’ is the greatest known remedy; rap-
ion from root of F street. Port lami.
lays fwerisliuvsH, destroys wo« ms. and
Bottle.
idly «during when other medicineshave
tory of Mexico, lb vu will be a suiplus.
Le Itlchau'i Golden Npunlslt In­
Parties from Des Moines, Iowa, have prevents c<mvulsions, soothes the child
tail •»!. Pon<rs Kxtract (Hnt-nent is
jection, for severe eases of Gonorrhcea,
Wc»t Side Division.
It costs $5,000,030 t.o.TTji.Jbl farm fences beeu in Portland for several days for tlie ami gives it refreshing natural sleep. Cus-
of
service where tho removal of
inflammatory Gleet. Strictures,¿¿e. Price
BETWEEN Fl»H 11. 4X1« A «‘Ott VAl.LIh
clothing is inconvenient.
in Pennsylvania, ail bccamê farmers re­ purpose of investing about $00,000 in an toria is tho children’s panacea- the moth­
91 50 per Bottle.
ers'
friend
35
doses,
35
cents.
MAIL
TRAINS
DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
I.e ICichau's Golden Ointment
fuse to learn that it costs less to fence oat nisal mill.
For Broken Breast and stock
♦ —-
for the effective healing of Syphilitic Sore-«,
out than in.
T:30 A. . m . Leave Portland Arrive 6:20 p . m .
The
secretary
ot
the
interior
has
ac
­
and eruptions. Price SI OO per Box.
Flleof
rile»!
lickin'!
Pitr».
1
Sore Nipples.¡Xhereo’£:
12:25 P. m .| Arrive Corvallis
l.t.ix. I.Mr. m .
Le IlieliMu’s Goldeu Pills— Nerve
Eugene Field makes affidavit that if cepted the resignation of John H. Ober­ BYMPTOMy-Muibture, intruev itching and sting­
used The Uxtruct will never bo with-
and Beata .’reatment; loss of physical p >" •
At Albany and Corvallis connect with trains
George Washington had a red nose it ly, commissioner of Indian affaire, to ing; most at night; worst by scratching. If al­
'Ut !i. PotiQ Kxt 1-act Ointment La
er, excess or over-work, Prostration, etc.
of
Oregon
Pacitic
Railroad.
lowed to continue tamore f >rm, which often
was owing to its having been frost b'tten take effect on July 1.
n ba applied.
Price S3 OO per Box.
bleed and uloerate,becoming very ««re. Swayne’«
DAILY EXPRESS TRAINS (1XCXKT SUNDAY.)
Tonic und Nervine,
Tlie First Baptist chureh of Canyon­ Ointment btopa the itching und bleeding, heals
Female Complaints. Xi at Valley Forge.
Bent everywhere, C. O. D., cecurely packed
4:50 p. M. I Leave
Portland Arrive 9;00 a . M.
ulcuiation, and in moet cuaes remove» the tu­
For
150
consulships
there
are
5000
ap
­
ville,
with
S.
Wiseher,
W.
L.
Wilson
per express.
ity of/mta/e diseases tl»e Extract can be
8*00 p. M.| Arrive McMinnville Loav< 5:45 a . m .
At draughts, or by mail, for 5U cent«.
used,as is well known, with the greatest
plicants. The disappointed 4850 will and William Linville, as trustees, re­ mors.
Dr. Swayne A Son, Philadelphia.
C. F. RICHARUM A CO. . Agents.
beneflt. Full directions accoiupgDJ each
THROUCH TICKETS « »«11 points,
look around for some consoleship to cently filed articles of incorporation.
427 k 429 Sansome street. Corner < lay,
bottle.
Aluuyn ifr.ady.
SOLE ACENTS FOR WASHINCTON AND NORTHERN IDAHO FOR THE
SOUTH & EAST,
soothe their bleeding petitions.
S ill F’nm. isco, (’al.
A
Gold
to
the
amount
of
$4,850,000
was
CAUTION.
(f you will take the precaution to keep a
VfK CALIFORNIA.
CIRCULAR MAILED FRUL w
Wl ien the English fairly get control of shipped to Europe recently. This is the b.)ttle
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera «nd
For information regarding rate«, maps, etc.,
Pond’s Extract
the leading breweries in the United largest shipment of the precious metal Diarrbu-a remedy oil band j«,u will always
nnpany
’
a
agiuit
at Medford.
the word» “Pond’s Idxtruct” blown in
THE STATE
States they may find some use for hops, ever made by private parties in this be ready to cure any form of bowel com­
IHLER,
E. I*. ROGERS,
the glass, and 01.r picture trade-mark on
and thus restore to the agriculture of the country.
Manager.
Ast. G. F. & P. Ag't.
plaint. It is prepared especially fur tlmt
surrounding buff wrapper. Nonootheris
genuine. Always insist on having Pond’s
country a profitable indilBtry.
purpose, and is a sure efire 25c per bottle.
Prof.
G.
T.
Russell
left
Roseburg
Kxtract. Take no otb« r preparatfo”*
at City Drug Store and bv Engel Bro:
Tar33 Machines are to& well known to nood comment. Thousands of farmers have
It is rumored that if Attorney General Tuesduy for Omaha, Neb., where lie will Sold
It it never told i:i bulk or by tncature. . «
CORVALLIS, OREGON.
Phmnix.
used them and speak of them with praise. They are the only Harvesting
Sold everywhere, Prices, 50c., 31, $1.75. z
Miller is appointed to the supreme bench, attend the Bupreme lodge of the A. O.
Machines that will give ENTIRE SATISFACTION to the purchaser.
Prepared only hy PONII'8 EXTRACT
John F. Swift of California may he re­ U. W. as delegate from the Oregon
Nile I« “Grateful.”
Term Commenças Wednesday, Sep*
NEW YORK AND LONDON.
called f/om the Japanese mission and grand lodge.
“I saved the life of my little girl by a
tomber 12, 1888.
use of Dr. Acker’s English Reiueck
given a place in the cabinet.
A suit relating to live stock and crop prompt
fur Consumption.”—Mrs. Win. V Harri­
This is an administration “of the fam­ transactions in Rlairalli comity has been son.
For sale bv E. C. Brooks.
FACULTY.
FINE STOCK.
ily, Uy the family, and for the family.” brought against 8. P. Terwilliger for
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REJUVENATE.
A full corps of experienced Professors and
•
n k g n f . a
Anxious office seekers are waiting with $1569 by W. H. Mills, land agent of the
Teacherb.
•
Settle Up Notice.
:
A
STRENGTHENING
hated breath for the Harrison family to Central Pacific railroad.
COURSE OF STUDY.
All those indebted to the undersign« d
TRIAL • REMEDY undNER VI.
Arranged expressly to meet the domands and
J
TONIC
’ cures with un-
all be recognized so that they may
Some of tho recent land office rulings either by note or book account «re lie reb}’
—I Mailing certainty Ncrv-
needs of the farming interests of the State.
1
stand a show.
uQTT LE : <»>1S and 1'hysieal Dt bl!-
are to the effect that where a homestead­ notified to call und settle forthwith,as I am
PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT.
•
ity.
Vital
Exhaustion.
It has been computed that between er had commuted to cash entry prior to closing out my business and must have
For students over 15 years of age who desire to
The most Effective and Successful Combination for Threshing and Cleaning
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: Spermatorrhoea,Seminal
N. F ishei ».
enter the College but are not prepared to en­ Will make the season of 1880. commencing on 36,000,000 and 37,000,000 babies are March 2, 1889, the recent homestead en­ money.
FHEt-
: Weakness. Premature
Grain evor constructed.
: Decline, Organic Weak-
ter College classes by examination.
Monday, Ai>ril 1st. at I. B. Williams’ ranch' on born into the world each year. The rate actment would give him an additional
QllFFiriFNr TO j neRS» Prostatitis, Sexual
MILITARY TRAINING.
Antelope, thence to Medford and Central Point. of production is about seventy each min-1 homestead right.
bUrrlLItnl IU ; Declluoand Loss of Man-
To the extent required by law.
DESCRirriON AND PEDIGREE:
PROVE THE MER- : hood, however compli-
PKUVfc Hit Mtn : cated and from whalevtr
Cleveland is a handsome iron-gray, 17 hands ute, or rather more than one for every
The statement of the Canadian Pacific
BUILDINGS.
STEEL FRAME
ITS OF THIS, THE • cuuso produced.
Large, Commodious and well Ventilated. high, weighs 1,650 pounds to 1.750 pounds when beat of the clock.
shows gross earnings for the four months,
in good condition, is 6 years old this spring and
, GREATEST OF ALL i
/M'
------ THK L.4ND OF THK-----
LOCATION.
OThewFeature that distinguishes this Twine*Bindcr is the Lightness of Draft, combined with its
Mr. Carnegie
is preparing for his . —
an- ending April 30, of $4,068,124; working
is a good breeder. Ho was sired by W. C. Myer’s L
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! STRENGTHENING i
In a cultivated and Christian community, and celebrated Percheron horse, Gen. Fleury, his I nual coaching tour through England and expenses, $2,938,764; net profits, $1,-
Extraordinary Strength and Durability. The Binder is of the Appleby pattern, the only really successful
one of the healthiest in the State.
one yet known. Wo have two styles, the Elevator Binder and the Platform Binder—both excellent—both
! recommended by hundreds of patrons.
B«u.on. »10.* Scotland.
His employe« in the iron 069,360. Net profits were $457,870 for
REMEDIES AND;
/HtJUVEHATUIf.
FXri RJ MENTAL STATION.
Circulars, containing matter full of interest to payable at the ond thereof; insurance £12.00, due I works u ill pay the expense« of the tour the same period last year.
NERVE TONICS,; Ti» the only remedy that
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prevents
permanently
farmers, will be regukirly issuer I and copies when mare is known to be with foal, or when I ten times over in the ieduction of wages
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
The official figures of the losses sus­
WILL BE SENT TO : all involuntary Weaken-
disposed of. Where there are five or more mares
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mailed to each patron of the College.
a liberal reduction is made on insurance.
W.HUI 1 e lias anno nee I and to which tained by insurance companies represent­
AMV niuc adpiv Ung Losses, Drains upon
See
that
our
trade-mark,
Santa
Abie,
is
on
EXPENSES
ANY
ONE
APPLY-
:
th©
system,
night or any.
Pasturage furnished reasonably to mar from I iltey Will he compelled to submit,
ed in San Francisco, as the result of the every bottle of that pb aaunt California reme­
Reduced to lowest figures. Two or more free a distance.
me dy irTTcn • however they occur, and
The best of care taken to prevent 1
BUCK-BOARDS.
FOUR-SPRING
liMU BY Lt'• tn,: Which are the true cause
dy. Satisfaction guaranteed or money re­
scholarships from every county. Consult accidents, but
On
the
person
of
Sulliberger,
found
great
Seattle
fire,
foot
up
$1,894,900.
uo responsibility assumed should
STATING
HIS SYMP. ’ ; of
tho above
and Det
many
your County Superintendent.
blAHNUHlb&Tmr
otber
Nervous,
ill-
dead at Wapinitia, was $100 in coin and There are many outside companies funded.
any occur.
1. B. WILLIAMS.
MOUNTAIN WAGONS,
We confidently appeal to the farmers and
TOMS AND AGE. : tatedandMorhiclcendit-
a revolver, and it is said the verdict of which sustained heavy losses.
grange« of Oregon to patronize the only school
the
coroner
’
s
jury
was
that
he
be
fined
ALL
COMMUNICA-
:
THOUSANDS
OF
ME
X
BUCKEYE AND SUPERIOR DRILLS
established by Oregon for the promotion of her
Walter J. Thompson, who has made a
agricultural interests.
TIONS STRICTLY rr;S"aST"‘ir°
,Ua
7 I $100 for cariying concealed weapons and fortune in the banking business at Ta­
AND
SEEDERS.
For catalogue or other information, address,
the costs he taxed up to the county.— coma, has given $10,000 to the public
CONFIDENTIAL BY i
/2/7t
P
13. L ARNOLD, President,
Well Bred Native Horse,
Times Mountaineer.
Corvallis, Oregon.
schools of his city for the purpose of en­
CORBIN DISC HARROWS,
LETTER OR AT
TITILL STAND THE PRESENT SEASON AT
Articles of incorporation of the Excel­ dowing a manual training school. The
VV the following times and places: Mondays sior packing and trading company of El- gift was accepted by the directors in a
HODGES-HAINES HEADERS.
and Tuesdays at Phoenix. Wednesdays and Thur«-I
. ”Via k..n„
with'n?«
Also cures ALL Kidney and Bladder Com-
days at Col. John E. Ross’ place near Jackson- I lensburg have OdCIl nlßil With th© secr©- neat letter.
HAISH BARB WIRE.
E taints, Impurities of tho Blood, Diseases of tho
vilie, Fridays and Saturdays at Medford.
tary of state. Wm. Bailev, Charles S.
kin, Pimples, Eruptions, etc.
An
English
syndicate
has
purchased
Manufacturer and Dealer in
pEscKir-rioM a P ediukke - Jack «»mpeon i» Windsor, Arthur L. Dunean, Asa Cook
Price, $2.50a bottle, or 5’bottlcs for $10. Sent
320,000 acres of yellow nine land,
' SEND FOR CIRCULARS.wi
a beautiful dapple gray.nine years old,16^4 hands
i p r» Umno
H.«
to any address secure from observation an-l
high, and weighs 17oo pounds. He was sired by 1 are the incorporators four saw-mills, three
strictly confidential. CURE GUARANI EED.
planing-mills
ms, PISTOLS ANI) ,«MM the
Norman horse Constant, who was bred in 111 Slim of $20,900, divided into 1000
Cull or address
and thirty-six miles of railroad and
Normandy, sired by the famous Pride of Norman- shares of $20 each.
DR.C. D- SALFIELD,
equipment. The property is situated in
dy, whose blood dates back to Byerly Turk, ini- I
,
.
91C Kearny St., San Francisco, Cal*
ported in 1870. The dam of Constant was the
1 he C'vfy o/ l ane, a steamship that Escambia county, Florida, and Baldwin
celehratwl mjro Alone. Who t^i received more has broken the reeurd, id owned by county, Alabama, adjoining. The price
Imperial medals and commendations thau any |
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horse in history. The dam of Jhok Srmpson I Americans, is the resuit ol American en- paid was $1,500,000.
was from a mare of the Bonaparto line, by the I terpriee and the fastest boat in the world.
Mr. Beckley, of Douglas county,
f«mou.Engl«h Draft Stallion, Shakeepeere. It Yet we aro not happy. She does not
will thus be seen that the best blood of Europe I
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southern Oregon, has travelled over­
flows in the veins of Jack Sampson.
I cairy the American nag. Will tlie de- land with a herd ot 195 cattle and 900
T erms —Single service $10; season $15; insur- 1 fendere of our “American system” tell
sheep for the Portland market. This is
ance $20. Any person selling his mare during I U8
9
the season will remember that the money for I
a long drive, but Mr. Beckley says it
t*Ät accldonta. but no
, ha8
would have cost him twice as much to
responsibility assumed for any that may occur. I OUt most miserably. It 1138 developed ship by rail as his adopted method of
W. D. FINEBTY. | no frontier fun ; it has developed no busi­ marketing will cost him, and he will
LUNG-5 -Sold .n mm l
ness; it hasn’t even developed a Bret save nearly $500.
Setrffor circuljrjll >ir Uttlij |»r 9 2-,
Harte. There was a report that a cor­
Five railroad officials have been inflict­ ABIE II N E MEDfco'oRoviiLi. Mk.
ner in firearms was on, but tliis is now
in Chicago, under the Interstate
When I eny CrntB I do not mean merely to
denied in a cold, commercial spirit that ed
MAKE NO MISTAKE.
Commerce law, charged with illegal dis­
Btop them fur a time, and then have them re­
(
is disheartening.
turn again. 1 mean A RADICAL CULL-
By dispelling the symptoms so often mis­
crimination. The indictments are the
1 have made the dioeaae of
taken for consumption. Santa Abie has
omi
I the season of noon
ii
There
a good
deal , t of
H aving failed to close out my Bus­ T
Will make
1889 as ■ follows:
At the
_i
-i is „ „„.
“.x
.»■
. flurrv in the 7 ilrBt of the kind since the passage of the brought g'uulnesH to many households and by
iness in Jacksonville, as J had wished to do, Union livery stablo in Jacksonville, beginning 8,e‘ ral* Oiarket. I mcpr have been cut
FITS,
EPILEPSY cv
1 have concluded to continue the same on a larger with Monday and Tuesday, April 1st and 2nd; at almost to the lowest point known and it statute. The prosecution is at the in­ promptly breaking up the cough and cold that
soalethan ever. 1 was in Bar Francisco recently, E. Warman’s stable, Medford, Wednesday and j8 probable that tails could easily be pur- stance of the Chicago Board of Trade. If too often develop« into that fatal disease, will
save thousands from an untimely grave.
FALLING
SICKNESS,
where I laid in one of the largest and best stocks Thursday, April 3d and 4th; at Hobt. Weatrop’a I .*
convicted the indicted railroad officials yet
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of all kinds of Firearms, Ammunition. Cutlery, stable. Central Point, Friday and Saturday, April I Cbaseti Ion the basis of $2G at eastern will be compelled to pay a fine of $5.000 You make no mistake by keeping a bottle" of
A llfe-lonir «tody. I WARRANT my remedy to
thia noted California remedy always in the
Hardware and Sporting Goods ever brought to 5th and 6th, returning to each stand every ninth I mills. The lowest price ever mad© in this
C
ure the worst cases. Because others nave
each.
house.
this market. Goods sold at the lowest possible day during the season, ending July 1, 1889.
failed is no reason for not now receiving acure.
country was . #25 85
'Pho romneritinn in
prices.
DEBCHIPTION AND PEDIGREE:
i. .. .
t0“ PetltlOn IS
Send at or.ce for a treatise and a F ree bottlm
Hon. A. C. Jones baa forwarded his
I will guarantee these Goods to bo just what
of my I nfallible R emedy . Give Express
Jim Blaine is a beautiful dapple gray Norman Strongest among 1 lttsblirg mills.
resignation
to
Washington,
giving
as
his
I represent them to be. Being thankful to my thoroughbred. 16V4 hands high, weighing 1,760
and Post Office. It costs you nothing fur &
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old custom»» for their past patronage so liberal, pounds, and was sired by imported Jim Blaine, I
trial, and it will cure you. Address
&
A
Salem
mail IS making the effoit to reasons for doing so that his present
.
The
Renowned
J.
I.
CASE
ly bestowed, 1 would respectfully solicit a con­ out of an imported maid, both sire and dam hav domesticate the Mongolian pheasant state ot health will not permit him to
H. O. ROOT, Nl .C., 1 83 P earl S t .. K ew Y ork
tinuance of tho same.
JOHN MII j LER.
i,nfgÄobcÄ äi?Äad*by J- P- üphBn‘ He robbed a neat of the voracious and Serform the duties of the office. Mr.
ones, as receiver of the land office, has
T erms :—Single service, $8; season, $12.50; in- prolific foreigners a few weeks ago and
surance. $15.
placed the eggs under a quiet, well con- been an efficient public servant, compe­
Great care will be taken to prevent accidents. juctp(i hen for incubation
Tho result tent and accommodating, and his resig­
but will rot bo responsible should any occur.
^ucieti nen ior incilDauon. IB© result
E. o. HAMLIN. JS a dozen fine chicks, u.pun which he nation on this account is greatly to be
k THE ONLY —
------------------------------------------------------
intends to try the arts and blandish­ regretted.
k qUV^NTEED
ments of civilization.
WCUF\E FOF^
It Is said that a big combination is
The first printing office on the Pacific forming between New York and Chica­
UATARHH
coast was built by the two missionaries, go brokers to “go gunning” for “Old ¿nirTHic
’
UKINAKY^’KIONEY TROUBLES
ROVILLECU
Whitman and Spaulding, who settled Hutch,” the grain broker who reaped ADILI INt |V|LU-lo
ÍAYFEVER fi g AU
on Lapwai creek, a branch of the Clear- such a rich harvest in the late grain
5 j water, and twelve miles above Lewiston, deals. The latter, it is claimed, is short
Will make the season of 188», as follows: Com- Idaho. The boilRe is now used by the several million bushels of wheat.ami the T he only guaranteed cure for ca -
r
turrh. Cold In the Head, Hay Fever, Rose Corn-Shellcrs, Fanning-Mills, Wind-Mills, Pumps, Barbed-
mencing April 1, 188», at mv place in Sam’s val- Indians for a stable. In this building combination is intent on making the old
re Sta­
ley; thence to John Bailey s place in the Evans
p. * tint in » nffic»
th« nmnn
Cold, Catarrhal Deafness and Son* Eyes. Re­
creek meadows; thence to B. Simpkins on Evans I a. nrbt pHntingOince tyPRt oithemoun- man buy tho stnff back at a little more stores the sense of taste and 8m<*ll; removes ples, OHs and everything kept in a first-class Machine and Imple­
than
a
good
profit.
creek: thence to John Woods’, Woodville;thencti I tains on the Pacific ooast was estab-
laid taste and unpleasant breath, resulting
?ry the Cure
Also Staver & Walker’s Agency and Headquarters for
to Gold Hill; thence to my ranch, returning to lished.
from Catarrh. Follow directions and a cure ment House.
ppetizer
Ü.ML
Thera has been filed at the Lakeview Is
each stand every ninth day during the season.
warranted. Send for circular to ABIETINE
IS
Jackson county, Oregon.
DE b CKIPTION AND PED1GHEE
Tho Oregon immigration board baa Land office, a map of twenty miles more MEDICAL COMPANY, Oroville, Cal.
CURES INDIGESTION
Yonng Brigham is a dapplad br«n Mallio.r, 6 lately done some advertising on a scale of the Oregon Short Line Railway, ac­
US“ Please give me a call before purchasing elsewhere, ns I am
years old, nearly 17 hands high, and weigns 1,360
v._________> 1
r .1
i
pounds. .He is of great beauty, fine style hd U never b( fore attempted. In the St. I aul cepted by Chas. F. Adams, pre fident of Six mentha* treatment $1. By Mail, prepared to give lowest possible prices, and my goods are first-class.
Cleanses the Nasal Passages. Al­ action, kind and gentle in disposition, and as and Minneapolis Pioneer Press, under the Un on Pacific and the chi-f engineer.
Correspondence respectfully solicited.
care a foal getter a. there it in the State of <ne- date of January
12, the entire eighth This takes the line now located in Oregon
lays Inflammation. Heals the Soros. gon.
SANTA ABIE AND 0AT-K-0URE.
He was sired by Black Sampson out of old
n
.
...®
WM. GATES, Central Point, Or.
and Sampson. Black Sampson’s dam I
QOVert'd With an from the state line to tho south end of
Restores the Senses of Taste, Smell Grey Eagle
For Sale by all Druggists.
was sired by old Riley Blunt, a Canadian French I ad,’’ setting forth the advantages and Albert lake, the route making a complete
and Hoarin?.
FOR ALL SKIN DISEASES.
Trade
supplied
by
Snell,
Hcitshu
&
Woodard,
horse, and out of a Morgan mere. Young Brig resources of Oregon and the inducements letter S in crossing the divide between Portland, Or.
ham s dam was McClendon s ‘ Nell, wno was
4.1______ 7 . .
t .
A particle la applied Into each nostril and
sired by old Brigham Youn& imported from
the merchant, manu.acturer,me- the valley and Crooked creek.
w agreeable. Price 5Oc. at Druggists or by
Canadn to California; her tlarw was sired by old chanic, capitalist and investor. The
■all. ELY BROTHERS,» Warren St,New York.
The Shasta Courier quotes from its file
Collier Parties wishing to Inspect the get of Omaha Bee of Sunday, January 13th, of 1859, among other items, that Yreka
x
port añd o ^.-
Young Brigham are referred to J. F. Ragsdale
i *.•
7 ’’m.
’
nearTolo, Fred Hansen and E. P- Pickens, Talbe c°RtainH a similar advertisement. These precinct then polled 1128 votes and
Oregon arc hereby informed that
Rock.
articles are not written in the style of Shasta 601. At the same time we may Of Southern
in addition to a large and elbgantjine of
cinERi?9 r”9ingle»,oap’
8e*eon-
insurance boom advertisements.
add. Greenhorn precinct, about a mile
$10. Pasturage at my ranch at reasonable ra*es.
talked” into an
south of town, polled nearly 3T0, and
Every
precaution
will
be
taken
to
avoid
up «7 TTni)
dent, but no responsibility assumed should acci-
ary L(1 Mr« Sol Hirsrh wifp nt l t , bn
he ,iew
U.nltT
INFERIOR
Hawkinsville,
two
miles
north,
over
occuj .
(5.C. McCLENDON.
e<l States minister to Turkey, received
THE ROGUE RIVER
—---- —--------------------------- ----------------- a cablegram from heV husband, who is 300 votes. The population of Yreka
_. r.
n
/ «
ip
in Carlsbad, Bohemia, recently. Min- was then about 5000. Now we poll over 1 have added to iny stock the following class of
goods, of wnicti I nave a tun Hue:
I lie FiilG uidli StälliOn.
*8t.er
stated that he was both sur- 400, ami have a population of at least
Because it is
t
f
prised and gratified at the honor con- 2000. The Frazer river and Idaho mines
H aving recently been refitted with
caused
the
stampede
from
»big
section
Ladles’ Furnishing Goods,
VOlllVir^ rM vr^cr
perred upon him. His friends infer from
all modern improvements, are now turning
out a tirst-class article of flour, which is put up in
■
“■ y
this that he will accept the post tendered n 1861-2 after the great flood.— Journal.
*
Both Knit and Muslin.
Xbariel
sacks, and /»very sack is warranted to
WILL MAKE THE SEASON OF 1889 AT THE him- Mrp- Hirsch, when asked said she
To Others.
An Absolute Curt,
contain 4» pounds of flour If you don’t believe
following places: Commencing at my sta- could Say nothing regarding her bus-
this, just compare a sack of our flour with anj
The Original Abietine Ointment is only
S’1.6 kn>i!l<?"”i;,J"‘"““rill«'. <;n Mond.y.Apri1 band’s a intentions. She lias been
the put up In large two-ounce tin boxes, and i
other brand offered for sale in this market, ami
1st; thence to Ed. Morgan s stable in Phoenix.
, ..
WINE
ANDISPIRIT
MERCHANTS,
Notice of Final Settlement.”
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO.’S LINE.
In the County Couit oi the BtaU* of Oregon
for the County of Jackson.
In the matter of tho estate of John Lennox,
deceased.
N otice is hereby given that thk
administrator of the estate of John Lennox,
The Mt. inasta Route. I deceased,
has filed in the County Court of
Juckson county, Oregon, his final account as
such administrator, and by order of said Court
Tuesday the 2«1 day of July. 188», at the hour
10 o clock ♦. m ., is set for hearing. All per­
sons interested are hereby notified to appear
tind file his or her objections to said account
on or before said day.
Published by order of Hon. J. R. Neil, Judge
of said court.
J. ATTKIIEHRY,
Administrator of said estate.
Dated May 16, 188».
63 Front Street, Portland, Oregon.
Notice of Final Settlement
In the County Court of the State of Oregon,
for the County of Jackson.
In the matter.of the estate of Electa Scott, de­
ceased.
KTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
xx administrator of the estate of Electa Scott,
deceased, has filed in the County Court or
Jackson ( ounty, Oregon, his final account as
such administrator, and by order of said Court
Tuesday, the 2d day of July. 1889, at the hour
of 10 o’clock, a . 11., is set for hearing. All per­
sons interested arc hereby notified to appear
and tile his or her objections to ■»aid account
on or before’said day.
Published by’ ordvr.of Hon. J. R. Neil, Judge
of said court.
ALEX. BURNS,
Administrator of said estate.
Dated May 9.18W.
PULLMAN BUFFET S1EEPERS.
Notice for Publication
L and O ffice at R ohebuhg , O h ,)
May 15. 1880. J
N otice is hereby given that th ..
R
following-named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make proof in support of lilts
claim, and that said proof will be made before
the Judge, or in his absence, before the clerk
of thecounty court of Jackson county, Or., at
Jac ksonville, Or., on Saturday, June 22. 188»,
viz: F. W. Knowles, homestead entrv No. 4186,
for the BEki of SEM, Sec. 4, N Et. of *NEM. Sec.
», Tp. :18 S., R. 2 west, W. M. He names the
following witnesses to prove his continuous
residence upon and cultivation of, said land,
viz: Gustave Mitchell, M. Bellinger. M. Gai­
ney and Peter Elmer,all of Jacksonville, Jack-
son county. Or.
Any person who desires to protest against
the allowance of such ¡»roof, or who knqwsof
any substantial reason, under the law and the
regulations of the Interior Department, why
such proof should not be allowed, will be giv­
en an opportunity at the above-mentioimd
time and place to cross-examine the witnesses
of said claimant, and to offer evidence in re­
buttal of that submitted by claimant.
CHAS. W. JOHNSTON, Register.
BUCKEYE MOWER AND REAPER
Agricultural College,
LLER’S STAR VIBRATING THRESHER,
THE CELEBRATED DRAFT HORSE;
AULTMAN’S STAR TRACTION ENGINE
CLEVELAND
CALIFORNIA
DISCOVERIES
BUCKEYE
TWINE-BINDERS.
!
8CBUTTL® FAM WAGONS, ?S,SWAX’. fi’.ISt
JACK SAMPSON
JOHN MILLER,
Office of the County Treasurer,
Jacksonville, Oregon, May 21*, 1889.
ary funds on hand for the redemption ot
the following county warrants, protested from
September 1, 1884, to December 31, 1884, inclus­
ive. Warrants numbered: 117, 264, 348, 347, 328,
163, 317, 284. 2W, 293, 2!*7, 335, 269, 271, 324, 119, 168,
377. 167 , 376, 11, 1922, 637, 380. 438, 462, 415, 445, 454,
455, 45«, 457, 458. 69. 1528, .fc~, 416, 447, 449, 4OL
429, 430. 431, tJ2, 428, 426, 434, 411, 422, 370, 351, 427,
417, 401*. 414, 4JH», 1784, 423, 393. ¡191, ¡189, 461, :W7. 486.
521, 516, 472, 495, 53», 487, 436, -tJ7, 488, 468, 503, 501».
511, 473. 540, 277. 272, 1690, 5, 41*2, 471, 1676, 206, 947*
663, T2S, 770, 706,744, 743, 1584,700, 649,1582, 8M.
900, 904, 905, 906, 908, 907. 90», »10 897, 898, 692, KM),
798. 030, 800, 755, 890, 893, 958, 807, 709, 696, 734, 773,
778, 780, 787, 888, 874, 895, 885, 886, 05«, 962, 647, 706.
708, 741. 774, 782, 810, |k>4, 958, 9»i9, 677, 678, 698, 621.
776, 8tB, 804, 872, 88», 27», 764, 771, 772, 788, 7K1, 717.
660, 705, 723, 724, 726, 729, 7:M), 731, 7115, 737, 754, 783,
784, 792, 8L2, 813, 815, 816, 817, 818, 81», 820, 821, 822,
823, 824, 885, 826. 827, 756, 576, 832, 928, 900, 948, 91»,
531, 533, 537.
5115, 713, 680, Wk, 935, 843. 841, 1300,
938, »21, 1018, 601», 672, 198, 714, 797, 912, »11, 337, 343,
1721,310.201.
Interest on the same will cease from and af­
ter this date.
R. H. MOORE,
County Treasurer.
Citation to Heirs.
MILLER & STRANG, Agents, Medford, Oreg
(go^s/^STM’.CotJGH’S,
ronchit 1
Fishing Tackle, Hardware, Paints, Oils,
Varnish, Glass, Cutlery, Etc.,
THE FINE NORMAN STALLION,
Jacksonville, Oregon.
G O
Carriages
Wagons
JIM BLAINE
Buggies,
In the matter of the estate of Jos. S. P. Rai-
mey, deceased. Order to show cause why
real property should not be sold.
B enjamin
Fl
Wheel and Reversible Harrows and Cultivators.
[UK
CATARRH
COLD
IN
HEAD
YOUNG BRIGHAM
United States Land Office,
Roseburg Oregon, A pi il 9,18^9.
Miiegly, whoso post office address is Jackson
ville, Oregon, ha« this dny tiled his application
for a patent for the “Maegly Placer Mine,” con­
taining one hundred and fifty acres, situated in
tho l'oor Man's Mining district, county of Jack -
eon, State of Oregon, and embracing the
1-2 of
W 1-2 of NE 1-4 of SW 1-4, and S 1-2 of N 1 2 of
NW 1-4 of SW 1-4. and 8 1-2 of NW 1-4 of SW 1-4,
and NW 1-4 of 8VV 1-4 of SW 1-4 of section 12, and
8 1-2 of S l-2ofNE 14 of BE 1-4. and N 1 2 of
of BE 1-4 of SE1-4, and N 1-2 of SW 1-4 of 8E 1-4,
Hnd 8W 1-4 of SW 14 of bE 1-4, and bE 1-4 of 8E
1-4 <»f SW 1-4 of section 11. and NE 1-4 of NE 1-4
ot NW 1-4 of section 14; also the S 1-2 of NW 1-4
uibE14of section 11, in township 38 south, of
ranged west, Willamette meridian, containing
150 acres. The location of this placer mining
claim is recorded in the recorder’s office at Jack­
sonville, Jackson county, Oregon, in book 18.
Kge 73, Jackson county mining records, and
ok 1, page 341, and book 2, page 87. and page
120, mining conveyance? and in book 16, page
228, deed records of said Jackson county. The
adjoining claimants are 11. Bauten on the north­
east and McKee & Co. on the southwest corner.
Any and all perBOM claiming adversely any por­
tion of said mining premises are required to file
their adverse claims with the Register of the
United btates Land Office at Roseburg. Oregon,
during the sixty day» period ol publication here­
of, or they will be barred by vntue of the pro­
visions of the statute.
CHAS. W. JOHNSTON. Register.
.
Ely’s Cream Bal m
pEfiFlC
THE LADIES
Z-
HANLEY <L LOVE.
ide or hip; ulso cattle branded with a figure 2 on
eft aide or bip. 1 lie ear-marka ot the Xve
brand, are aln,r< crop in left ear und long cron ;n
branded with HP on’t. ft’fin
te’ft“«^ °r''D
r‘“ht "“r and hoU “‘"•W
The BUYEBB’ GUIDE is
issued March ant Sept.,
each year. It is an ency­
clopedia of useful infor­
mation for all who pur.
chose the luxuries or ¡he
necessities of iifo. Wo
c.tn not ho yotrand furnish you wi-.n
all the necessary and unnec«’sai*y
appliances Io ride, walk, dance, deep,
oar. ilsli, hunt, work, go to church
or stay at home, and in various r.izes*
stylos and quantities. Just dpuie xit
to do all these thinas
COrtlFORT.iBLY. and you cen makeafai;
estimate of the value of tho BUYERS'
GUIDE,-which will bo sent, upon
receipt of 10 cents to pay postage
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.'
111-114 Michigan Avenue. Chicago,Ill.
Choice Lands For Sale.
whore he will be April 2d and 3d; thence to Jas. fC-ipicnt Of numero«!. congratulations
Helms’ stable. Talent. April 4th and 5th: thence in behalf of the new minister,
to Ed. Wormat.’s stable, Medford. April 6th and
....... stable,
__ _ near
...... ......
The friends of the murdered Cronin
th;thence to D. Peninger's
Cen­
tra) Point, April 8th. Returning
each stand
lieturnin« to rm-h
atar.d charge that 182,000, contributed hy Irish
every ninth day (during tlie season, --- ending July
r„>. 11>atliot8 {or Ireland was stok,n and U8ed
1. 188».
D escription and P edigree —Young Clyde is hy Republican politicians in the inner
a largo, well projiortioned horse, 10 years old, circle of the Clan-na-Gael ns a Repub­
sorrel in color, «nd weighs about 1600 pounds. lican campaign fund. They believe that
He was sired by 8. G. Reed’s celebrated Clydes-
dole stallion, the best draught horse ever brought Cronin was killed because he was col­
to Oregon. His dam was a thoroughbred Cop- lecting evidence to establish this and
peJbottom mare imported from Kentucky, and
show how the confidence of thousands,
one of the best ever in the State.
As to his breeding qualities 1 will refer you to who with the most praiseworthy motives
T J Smith. H V Beall. I W Thomas. J Wooley. J have given money out of their poverty
Taylor, Robt Potter, A W Clemens, M Wood, for Irish independence, has been abused
A Porter, T E Nichols, F M Plymale, D Penin-
_____
_ __________
_ is not ----------
_ to by a little clique of unscrupulous trick-
ger J Bell
and others.It
necessary
make
a big blow, aa W*7 the nra horse
himself, 1.1
stere ■ . who . have
I'on.ro
VO rv I o shows
a 4 ♦ the
I' for
A noil
.
. managed
. to
. secure au-
T
erms .— Clnaarin
Season $7, payable
at
end thorn
thera-1 thority
in the Clan-na Gael*
of insurance $10, due when mare is known to be
with foal or disposed of.
Every precaution will be taken to avoid acci­
Bucklen’a Arnica Salve
dents, but will not be responsible, should any
occur.
PHIL. STEVENS.
The best salve in the world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, andpoai.
tive cures for Files, or no pay required. It
¡«guaranteed to give perfectsatisfact on or
money refunded
Price 25 cents per box
For salebv all druggists.
•
POISON,
debted to thn uuderaigned, either by note or
A bok
account, are requested to call and settle
•
\K0PTnKE
PATENT
'?*U<tTlAlMTIC TRUSS
ofiMiirti iflM ont . y Qnrvma
■ H
> w'< ■* iCt: IcSTrua«. Perfect Retainer
,<
' f
lkirtantly reliarmevarT
/'^0 \'\* T; lYayj.i«a0 ttansanda. Eatab.iffTo.
k
s3e_tel fnr Fr.'gllhiWr’d Pamphlet No 1.
A'CNETICLFLAS1 IC TRUSS CO..
Vice - NORTl^jXTllTrR'MT ST LOUISJAC.
K.urgy.1 o *T 1-iLjHAirC’bco.CAl.
«1
PAINLESS
CIHLDDIHTH
ROW AOOOMPLl BED. JCvery lady «hnuld »now.
EriMAtn- MAREK
CO^Box KM Buffalo,* .Y.
ERSIAN BLOOM, Xn emirate & m -
tlOor. Rk<s Cut*
KI- ninh Eradkator know».
4 etaa? for trial yswk— AdirMe m eb ove$
Consisting of Lisle and Silk.
WHY
Raise scrub hprses when
GAMBETTA and HECTOR,
two of the Itesi Percheron stallions,
and
KING COLE.
Twfothirds of all deaths in New York
City are frqnr aonsumntion or pneumonia
The same proportion nolds for most other
cities. Delays are dangerous. I>r. Acker’s
English Remedv for Consumption will al­
ways relieve ana may save your life. Hold
by E. <’ Brooks.
no. For Central Fblnt^
The undersigned has fitted np a stage,
which will make regular trips between
Jacksonville and Central Point, connecting
with all train«, from ahd after April
J ohn A. Ldvt.
The Irest Shetland on the coast,
are at your service!
Gambetta will be at Medford
on Tuesdays and Wednesdays of
each week, the balance of the time
with the other horses, at my place
one mile north of Ashland.
Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castoria.
W. C. MYER.
Grand Central Hotel.
GLOVES
H INI »KERCHIEFS
CORSETS
FIRST-GLASS DRESSMAKER,
And am now prepared to" execute ail or­
ders in that line in first-clam style at reasona­
ble rates.
Call and see me opposite J. Nunan’s on Cali­
fornia street.
MRS. P. P. PRIM.
WRISLET & CO.,
Combine« the juice of the Blue Pip of
California, ao laiatin and nutrition,
with tho medicinal virtues of plants
known to be most beneficial to the
human mtem, forming the ONLY PER­
FECT REMEDY to act gently yet
promptly on the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOIEU
r
FIRST-CLASS HOTEL IN EVERY PARTICULAR.
Term« Bl. #1 SO
#3 ®>er O'**
Special Attention Paid to Commercial Travelers.
CHAS, E, WOLVERTON, President.
J> R. WRITSIVIAN, Vice-President.
J. W. CUSICK, Treasurer
J- K. ELDERKIN, 8®c. and Manogei
.
The Farmers and Merchants Insurance Company.
accommoda W the growing df -
mand for real estate, we have opened an of­
fice in the town of
Medford, Jackson Co., Ogn.
We claim to hare as fine a line of property, and
tu be able to furnish as reliable information
concerning real estate in Southern Oregon,a«
any other firm now doing business.
Correspondence solicited.
WH18LKY A GODDARD.
PURR BLOOD,
RBFRtSHINO SLEEP.
HEALTH and 8TRENOTH
Natural!, folkpr. Every one i. using it
and all are delighted with it. Ask you
druggist for SYRUP OF FIGS. Man»
factored only by the
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO,
■-
Sa. Faawcisco, C al
K*.
Daw Y«M, N.»
I’Jk-IIi
860,000.00.
ly tepsired and newly furnished.ranks among
j best in Boutbern Oregon. The beds aae new
and clean and the tables supplied with the beet
the market affords,
|
rLH«‘ (llK’HtS
may rest assured that nothing will be left nrdoi c
that will add to their comfort while etayn g here
M. E WILLIAMS
Linkville, Or.. May 15.1FSR.
OÇ-..
- - t
3 Ji 1
iMs rm s
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick
Headache, Biliousness
Sheep For Sale
A ll persons knowing themselves
indebted to the *rtats of John Noland de-
eeasad. are hereby notified to settle the sent*»
with Willard Crawford, attorney for the estate, rd
hi* office in Medford, without further deiay and
thereby
coot*
1. NOLAND?
Adminietratrix of «aid Eetate
To'the Honorable County Court of the State of
Oregon, for Jackson county:
HE UNDERSlGNED.YOUk PETITIONERS,
legal voters of Rock Point precinct. Jack-
son county, Oregon, do most respectfully ask
your honorable body to grant to M. F. Hull
and Wilson Beck, under the firm name of Hull
& Beck, a license to retail spirituous, malt and
vinous liquors in less quantities than one
gallon, at Gold Hill, in Itock Point precinct,
Jackson county. Oregon, for the term of six
months from tlicM3d day of July, 188». For
which we will ever pray as we arc in duty
bound.
Beu Haymond, Alex Blakely, J Satterfield W
Cook, A J Barlow. W P Jacoby, F M Parker,
J J Owings, W F Shaffer, I E Deboy. T M Grif­
fiths, M Jacoby. R Scxaur, J H Grims, J Wil,
son, J McDonald. O Nada 11. P Smith, O Knot«,
F Otten, D N Birdsey, G W Umce, M Devaney
Dr Colvig, Geo Mickey, S C Laurence, Jas 8
Horn, Isaac Raglln. I F Bassett, Wm Smith, L
Pfeil, H L White, J Taylor, C Vroman, J W
Walker, E Ray, J H Williams, Wm Stuart, J
R Barr. A A Bashor. Hobt Hardman. Chas N
Lambert, T Thomas, J L Rowe, W H Runnells,
8 Walters, — Bumbaugh,J E Smith, F M Fred­
en burg. J W Mundeu, W A Goldsmith, J A
Hom, W L McClure.
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NOTICE.
T his hotel , having been thorough .
WM. ULRICH, District »gent. - ■ MtOFORD, OREGON.
MARVELOU8
Petition for Retail Liquor
License.
L and O ffice at R osercrg , O r .,)
May 25, lwti. •
OMPLAINT HAVING BEEN ENTERED AT
this office by Joseph C. Gage against James
M. Young for abandoning his homestead en­
try, No. J79H. dated March 1R, IfiftL upon the
NWM of NW^. and Lot No. 1, sec. 33, and lot
No. I. sec. ¡62, township 34 S, range 1 W, In
.Ln
ii county, Oregon, with a view to the
ennc< Hatton of mh I<1 entry, the said parties are
her»
by
summoned
to appear at tne county
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rk
^
0^7.,
n Jacksonville,
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office, j in
Jncks(»nville, Oregon,
Oregon, on
on tfio
the
1st it day of July, 18K», at 10 o’clock A. M., to re-
soon«! and furnish testimony
spend
teat
concerning said
alleged abandonment.
CHAH.
CH AB. W. J JOHNSTON, Register.
A. C. J ones , Receiver.
M. E. Williams, Prop’r. C
This popnlnr remedy never f r.ils
to effectually cure
Important Notice.
. Jly aa«i
r»newn t*. ne-«T. coirntte a.”<l vuror
of youth.
. r itn —ra of mint! and btxly Nerve«
DsbiHty, Bpinal P.iluuM<tion. I am I Manhood, Ma. A
UP.
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LTNKVILLE. OR
ALBANY. OREGON.
1 Qi IA HEAD OF WELL-BRED STIEEP. ALL
J.Ovv/ healthy and in fine order. They are
said to be one of the finest hands of sheep in the
ornnty, and this is a tine opportunity for any-
• >9 wishing to engnge in the sheep businprs.
Apply to
MRS. BALLI v* K. IHH.
Jacksonville, O egon.
April M, lfiM.
Cleanse in — System
Effectually,
SO TWAT —
Having added a set of Barley Rollers to my mill
1 have setapart every Saturday to Roll Barley for
customers. Tho work will be done on short
notice, so that parties can return with their grist
the same day. I ain propared to roll barley et all
timesand in the best manaer. This process D
far ahead of the crusher.
G. KAREWSKI
“ST. CHARLES HOUSE,
CAPITAL STOCK, $500,000.
>
Important Notice
tho same at once. My heavy los* by Are com­
pels me to make this call, and it must be com-
blied with immediately, so that 1 can resnme
usinsss.
DAVID LINN.
Jacksonville. Sept. 11,1888.
HOSIERY !
Zephyr Shawls,
Ectema, Itchy, Scaly, Skin Tcrrtnre.
The simple application of B wayne’s Ointment,
without any internal medicines, will cnieany
case of Tetter. Salt Rheum, Ringworm, Files,
Itch, Soree. Pimples, Eczema, all Scaly. Itchy,
HkinfErnptiona, no matter how obstinate or long*
standing. It is potent, effective and coe^abnta
trifio
P
BARLE y ROLLERS.
Under 4 years old.
And many other things too numerous to men­
tion. 1 have also secured the service« of a
ATTENTION
)R HALE. 301P ACRES OF LAND—41» ACHES
of farm land in the valley, good for fruit or
grain.
Two thousand six bundled acres foot-hill and
mountain-side land, good for frnit, dairying or
stockraising. This tract of land has over seven
miles of fencing, duelling-bouse, a stock shed
86x90 feet, snd plenty of living water.
Call on or address
J. 8. HERRIN.
Ashland. Jackson Co. Or.
Lx, iilOSF KNOWING THEMSELVES IN-
Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castoria.'
Flour and Mill-Feed
Constantly on hand and exchanged for wheat
Children’s Short Clothes,
A beautiful line of
A supply of the best shakes and shingles
has just been received at the T imes office,
which wiil be sold In quantities to suit at
reasonable rates.
note the difference in weight.
As cheap as to be bought any place; also
Shake« and shingle«.
STEAM FLOURING MILLS
More Profit
INFANTS’ WARDROBES COMPLETE
an absolute cure for old sores, burns,
wounds, chapped hands, and ail skin
erupjtans
is. Will positively cure all kinds
of piffiS. Ask for the Original Abietine
Ointment. Sold by all druggists at 25 cts.
per box—by mail 30 cents
.
THE STAFF OF LIFE I
MILLINERY
CHEAPEST !
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Don’t Be
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1
N otice m HEiiEBX given that a . h .
CALIFORNIA CAT-R-CURE
A
admtnis -
Mining Application No-
r -dHiEGONk
KiD\Eoy
te A
The Horse of All Work,
‘ haymond , the
trator of tho estate of Joseph S. P. Raimey,
deceased, having filed his petition herein, duly
verified, praying for an order of sale of the
real-estate hereinafter described, belonging to
said estate, for the purpose therein set forth:
it is theref ore ordered by’ the court that all
persons interested in the said estate, appear
before the said court on Tuesday, the 2d day
of July, 1889, at 10 o’clock a . m . of said day at
the court room of said county court, at the
court-house in Jacksonville, Oregon, to show
cause why’ an order should not lie granted to
the said administrator to sell the following de­
scribed real property belonging to said estate,
to-wit: Beginning at the NE corner of the S
W quarter of the NW quarter of sec 25, twp 35
S, R 2 W; thence running south 240 rods to the
section line between sections 25 and 36 in said
twp and range; thence west to the county
road; thence northerly along said county road
to a point due west of the placo of beginning;
tbeooeeaal to the place of beginning; con­
taining 150acres more or less, situated in Jack-
son county. Oregon, at public auction as by
law prescribed; and that a copy ot this order
be published at least four successive weeks in
T he D emocratic T imes , a newspaper of
gentral circulation, printed and published in
said county , and it is further ordered by the
court that a copy of this order be served per­
sonally upon each of the heirs niuned in said
petition who reside in Jackson ffiunty, Ore­
gon, as by’ law directed In such cases.
u. R. NEIL, County Judge,
Dated May 27, 188».
and Carts
Steel-Beam Center-Draft, Clipger Plows; Bissell Chilled Plows’ Imnroy
Scotch Clipper and Timber Plows.
I
i
N otice is hereby given that there
And all di »cate*» arising from a
Torpid Liverand Bad Digestion.
I
Strayed or Stolen.
VRoM THE RUTTE ( REEK RANGE, ONE
F small dun-colored mare, with white spot In
forehead, aged about eight years, 1 randi’d “C
I R" on left snoulder with a larger brand “C”
juRt above the first-named brand: nlao one
smutty-gray mare, five years old, branded
with lett<rl‘C’on left shoulder; h I m » a dark
iron-gray yearling colt, running with the
mar«-“, and imbrand« d. He has small white
star in forehead. A liberal reward will be paid
f< r their return to the undersigned, or for
information cone» ruing them.
Addreae
JOHN PELLING,
Eagl<- Point.
The natural rrnutt i« g-sxMl appe-
tlleniul
fle<«!>. !»<>•*♦? «inHil.
etcvBH*ly NNfar «•ontcit and ea*>jr
f<rmw allow. Mold everywhere.
*< Jn formation for the Farm, IJ on or-
hold, Hnvkohop ami Mr broom” will ba
vent free on aindlcalton»
Estray Notice.
NE DARK BAY HORSE. WITH HEAVY
Next door to Scott A Jennings’,
MRS. J. C. TAYLOR, Proprietrai
forrtop, wearing a bell of in rd I u in size, and
O one
white horse1, with lump on right hiud hoof
0
like ringbone, oach weighing 1100 or 1200
pounds and bring freshly shod with No. 4
RE TABLE IB CONSTANTLY FURNISHED
shoe«; atraved from my place on Gray’» creek.
with
the
be«t
the
market
afford*.
Any one giving Information leading to their
Not hin*** employed, and bo pain* «pared to
recovery will be sultablv rewarded.
give Mtief action.
JASPER DARNULLE
Mt ale at all ^ura. » orate.
Murphy, Joeepblnd Co.. Oregon.
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