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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (June 20, 1889)
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TIMES PUBLISHING COMPN’Y
Cllis. MCKKLU Witor.
NEW TIMES BUILDINC
Office—Corner Third and C Streets.
CRAWFORD 4 PHILLIPS,
Free Bridge Across Rogue River
Every Body Should Go and See the
UNWUK I<A SÍSMICO ! !
GRANDEST & LARGEST COLLECTION
Unanl’a I*««», Vrigon.
VTTUKNKY AND COl’NSElAlK AT LAW.
FURNISHING GOODS, HATS,
Will nrai-tb’*- in all courtaof the State. Office
in the Court House, third door to left of en
3QCTS and SHOES
J. R. NEIL,
ATTO1LNEY AND COl’NSELOK AT LAV.
Hardware, Tinware Crockery,
Remember, thceo goods ure new and lx light
since the war in railrond rates and arc *>KI
Will prm-tice io ali sourit» of the State. Office
in the Court House, first door to h it of en
H. K. HANNA,
ATTORNEY AND COVXSELOK AT LAW,
Country Produce bought and aokl; a!«oM < h »I
Ihdvj». Furs aud Deer >kins. Solicit orders fcr
•Juchaos. III»*. Or.
WiU prevticv In all court* of the Stale. Oftee
in Orth’s brick, up-etaira.
< allforuia Street. Jocks, nvillr. Or-
J. J. HOUCK,
.NOTAllY ITBLU’ ANI* CONVEY AN« EIL
G'olt/ Hill, Oregon*
Win attvud to all biu«in«*sa in my line with
prompt ucmb and at reuaonabi« rat»?.
T«> «iEí YOUR
— I>ONK IN-
THE LOWEST RATES,
-IS AT -
Offic«* and rcsMrncc on California Street.
Culla attended promptly duy or night.
D. CRONEMILLER £ SONS,
I’ II V
PRYCE, M. D.,
I r 1
Di.-. A. a. L/ PPEUS
AND SI HUE ON.
(tutr¡tl Point. Oreguu.
F alia attendit! «lay or night.
| n. OXTMAN. SLC(T.SSOK TO J. O. HAM-
»1 • aker A Co. <»f Bonanza. Klamath county, Or.,
DR. 3. DANIELSON,
has purciia-ed a large ar.d firat-class htock of
ifaods which are now y»u the way from P«>rtl.’»inl,
and will be sold 4 heap for 4'ash. Everybody iw
P li Y H 1 C I A X A N D S U R G E O N. aivit« d to call and examine goods and pri ch be
fore purchasing eNowhere. You can always find
on hanu a lull line of
Clothing. Boots and Shoes.
Groceries. Kardw. re
Hp<vial attention given to Chronic Disease*.
E. P. CEARY, M. D-.
f K G E O N.
nn«i everything generally to bo found ina firnt-
oiaea 4 'ountry Store.
TAS. MOBTON. Manager
Bonanza, April 18 lf®8.
K t*i'b nee on C
Office in Hamlin'*» Block.
BEEKMAN & REAMES'
E. B. PKCKEL, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN A N D H I’ KG EO N.
Calin promptly Att« n«i»*d t<> Day or Night.
< Iffice on B street.
DR. L. WICCIN,
J<»M*phiue ( «., Or.
YAQUINA BAY ROUTE
S^liovt ¡din- i t> <’it J i i'oeiiin
FREIGHTS & FARES THE LOWEST
Till. CNDERMGNr.D have fohmed a
i copartru rnhi|» with an auth«n ized capital of
$.V»jMio tor th«* purpose of carr\ ingoii a Gm« r-
DR. W. STANFlELDy
HlEAMElt HAILING DATES
a! Banking Business in all of it-* branch» s in
jacks >nvii!»’, Oregon. Office attheold stand
FROM HAW FBANCISCOl
F. LEL’TIC P II Y S I C 1 A N.
of B«*. kman h Banking Kou«e. S. E. comer Cal Willamette Valley
May 23«l. Jum- 1*4 an i 'u h. Wiliamt-ite Valley
May lath, 2Sth. Jun»* 5th
Has located in Ashland. Or . f«»r the practice ifornia and T hii'l-ir« « t-*.
The company reoervei the rigat to change > ■ cudutoa without notice.
C. < . BEEKMAN.
<»f ids pr«»fe-si(»ri. Mak *» all » iir<«me di-••»».*«•*,
Tllu.’. G REAMES.
mich as Rh«*»uMatistn, Asthma, Piles. Kidney
Trains connect with thftO. A
IL K. <!i» I River BuaU at Corvallis and Albany.
Complaints. ♦ tc„ a specialty.
On th»» Willamette River th«* H gaut t-t an’-»'<•.*.• Win. M HOAG, M. 8. Bl’NTLY and THREE
W. H. SOMMERS, Nl. D.,
l’HYSK IAN. SURGBON A AC< Of'CHEI'B,
Leave rortliu.d.Moclay. Wednet'dr.y Friday.»! a . m LeaveHalem,Tuesday, Thu^-daySaturday. 6 a . m .
J ar kt» in lib*. Oreftoii.
LeavoConraUia.M’inrlay,Wednesday.Frid *y, 8 v. '•! L avcSahmi,Tunstluy.Thursday,Saturdiiy. »> a . m .
T*r»»f« s-Luial r;il!n promptly Hit ndvd to day or
C. H. HASWELL
, C. C. HOGUE. , .
Gen’l F. A C. Ag’t, Oregon iJf‘v*’i«»pment i «>.,
<»« a 11, a P. Ag t. 4». 1’. K. R. < o,
t\>n.4i)!i4ttions in either EnuiKh or German.
3' I Montgomery St.. San Franci»*co. Cal.
Corral lie. Oregon.
Ofhv» and r«--i«h nee on 4 uliforum str«- t. cor
ner of Fifth -tr -et.
INLOW * ASHPOLE,
THE BEST OF EVERYTH^
J. C. CARSON,
Manu tact tirer of
WE INVITE INSPECTION.
Sash. Dears, Blinds
WINDOW AMD PLATE GLASS
•Late of California,
GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL.
AND DEALERS IN
* Fl’Ll. I.INE til-’THE BEST AND MOST
21. fashionabh* cloths, finishing**. < f< .. con
stantly kept on hand, and nothing but ilrst-
chu*s work turn«*«! out.
All orders tlllc«i promptly at reasonable
rates am! satisfaction guaranteed.
A. GAKKK K.
Medford. May 13.1X8!».
MA II, K< U TE.
Th«»»*»1 wanting tr> : ** will d«»w»ll to give
th» ir ««rder:*, a- i will gearant<••• aaii-laetioti.
I warram ail »ny tr« « if pr««p«Tly CHi-»-d for.
T< rn>-•>! pa> no ni « a**y. Pr<»<hie«- t;«k< n at
ni ok- t price
A. S. JOII.XSON
. I. 1MKX
OKILI.S AHO COMPRESSORS
L. (’. ROLLE
roshdiice. Laglo Point,
SOLE AGENTS FOR
( attle brand -«I .J (V on
!■ ft l ip. Mark*, «wal-
low-fmkin 1 »»ft ear and
ander-Hiope in right. Ai
no cattle with under bit
in each ear, branded with
anchor on right hip*
Horses branded L ('r*
Westinghouse Automatic and Junior Engines.
GORRESPO'S 1 >ENCE SOEICITEI ».
J. M. ARTHUR Manager.
33 and 35 North Front St, Portland Oregon.
b»**’tif Wi ..••«. I.i.(iu»r8, and ('ig-trs. Given* a
rail We will tieat you w li.
HOWELL »t Y\BBBOUGH
Another marked effect of the use of this
medicine was th«’ strengthening of my
sight.” —Mrs. Carrie Adams, Holly
” 1 lia<l a dry scaly humor for rears,
and suffered terribly ; and, as my broth
er and sister were similarly afflicted, I
presume the malad\' is hereditary. Last
winter. Dr. Tyro«, (uf Fernandina,
Fla .) re.’«miinen l«*«l me to take Ayer’s
Sarsaparilla, and continue, it for a year.
For tiv«« months I took it daily. I iiavs
not ha«l a blemish upon my body for the
last three months.”—T. E. Wiley, 146
Chambers st.. New York City.
” List fall and winter I was troubled
with a «lull, heavy pain in my side. I
du! not notice it much at first, but it
gradually grew worse until it became
almost unbearable. Duping the latter
part of this time, disorders of the stom-
a< h and liver increased mv troubles. I
began taking Ayer’s Sarsaparilla, and,
after faithfully continuing the use of
this medicine for some months, the pain
disappeared and f was completely
cured.” —Mrs. Augusta A. Furbusb,
1 am prepare«! to eontiuct for the ¿»■liveryof goo»i mercliuntable
saw logs of the following kinds-
ilelivercd on the hunks of Rogue River at any point between the
mouth of Butte Creek ami tbe month of Red Blanket ereek, and wjil!
pay «-a<h on »lelivery for same in «piantities from
Ton Thcup>snd to Ten Million Feet.
Apple for terms to
FRED. II. ROWE, Tolo, Or.
Dr. J. C. Ayer A Co., Lowell, Mass.
Price fl; fix bottle«, PS. Worth
Ir Genuine Svslrm of Mrmory Trnlnlag-
.».ir Jhokf Learned in one rea dia«.
Mind wnndrria* cared.
▼ r-Lild and ntfult greatly beneiltted.
* ¡ndueexnduts to C »rTeepondonc« Classa«.
• »• is, w.th Opinions of Dr. Wm.A.Haia.
tiio wtirld.fanvd Bpocialmt in Mind DiseaaatL
»: i « I rronlcnf Thompson, tha«r«at Parahol-
. -J. .»I. Buckley, |>. I> m editor of the CAruftaa
<' . A - )' . Richard Pr«>rt®r, the Scientist,
1 J.-*«. W. W. A««f or, Jndgr Gth»»on, Judah P.
il'-«»i » *niu, and oth»*rC eont p«Kt free bj
• -^TI h * Edmond R«*gtaiirnnt is iinsiirpat**«'*!
in < v<-ry partit'ular.
rrilSONH KNOWING THEMSELVHH
«debt-d to thf* «state of Dr. J. H Chit*
A .v 1.1. t >«»<i
by Mite or bo >ic a' co pit.
to nettle the same wi'bin the next thirty
«lay «<»r rend**r them-'^Irns liable to c«w»« of wait.
C. H. WATSON.
Att’y (or Estate.
1 Ashland. Or ,üct. 1.1ÜS9.
4 1 L THOSE KNOWING THEMSELVES IN
/i drifted to the nnder*ignr<l, either by noteoi
b«M«k ac«*onr.t. ar- hereby ear neatly requested to
call and settle at their earliest convenience. Ou»
basin«:-smust be closed.
Cor. Front and Morrison Sts.
FRYCF A GFAR1
Me.lford. May 12. tiaa
THOS. GUINEAN, Pioprhtar.
SUGAR PINE, FIR AND YELLOW PINE,
This medicine is an Alterative, and
causes a radical change in the system.
The process, in some east s, may not be
quite so rapid as in others ; blit, with
persistence, the result is certain.
Head these testimonials : —
•• Fur two years I suffwr^d from a se-
\ere pain iu my right side, an«! ha«f
other troubles caused by a torpid liver
an<l dysjiepsia. After giving several
medicines a fair trial without a cure. I
began to take Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I
was greatly b«'nefited by the first bottle,
and after taking rive bottles I was com-
nletely cured.*’—John W. Benson. 70
Lawrence st., Lowell, Mass.
Last May a large carbuncle broke out
on my ami. The usual remedies had no
< fleet and I was confine«! to my bed for
«ight weeks. A fricn«! induced me to try
Ayer’s Sarsaparilla. Less than three
bottles healed the sore. In all my expe
rience with tnediciue, I never saw iu«»re
Frol. A. LUISETTE, CT7 Fifth
N i - w llre-pr-Kil llriik. l'ir*t-<-lu— in
Y BARBER SHOP.
HE FND! IlsluNED HU’l TAKEN CllAWiE
<»f Frc.k lb »it.' < »Id stand in Waldo, J«»se- JACKSONVILLE,
con«.»/. M:*d will keep it stocked with the
Blood Diseases are cured by
the persevering use of Ayer's
U N RIVALED GOODS!
Primary Depart m» tit....................
Pri natatory "
Senior ami Grm.......... ..
I’upils an* r«*ceiv»Y| i«t any tint« .and sprvial
attention is pai«l to particular studi« s in behalf
of children who have but a limit«*«! time. For
further particulars apply at th«* Academy.
Any kind ¡-lilt'd in a tirst-cians Nursery.
AKIN, SELLING & CO.’S
Th«’scholastic v«*ar <«f this who<il will <*cni-
m«*nc<’ about the »*nd of Aujnist. and is <lh -b-d
in four scfwions of ti n w«‘»*ks each.
....... $40 no
Boanl ainl tuition, per term.......
.... s ÍMI
Drawing and Fainting
Bed and Bedding............................
FRUIT TREES & SHRUBBERY
And >»! I of
SISTERS OF ¿HE_HOLY NAMES-
UNDERSIGNED IS NOW TAKING Olt-
d« rs through Jackson and Josephine coun
t ice for
THE HOSS BOOTS
ST. MARY’S ACADLLÎ V
MINER’S ADDITION TO ASHLAND.
Cemetery Work a Specialty.
MOST REASONABLE RATES
A full line in »tock of
MAP.BLE STONE OR GRANITE
31 orehan4 ’’Vniioi
Ar • now pn'pMrpJ tu faruiuh ti e b--*t of music Estimates and price-list sent on application.
fi»r public* or p- .vat«» Paiti»”*, Balltt, 1’ic .ics, &c ,
EKS A SPECIALTY.
at any point on th«« coant.
All the new popular music is played by this
Factory »<t Wt idol’s Mill. Salesroom« cor
Harm« omploy»*<l a lnrife number of musician« Third au«i E streets. Portland, Or< gon.
we are able to furmnh any number of bands».
Any instrument« or «caller furuiehc«! to «»ther
bands. \11 ord« rn ».y tnail or telegraph prompt,
ly attended to. Turnid alwaya r*>f*H«»nnbi**. Ad-
PROF. GANIA RD.
By tlie Tuoasaml !
OREGON SI. JACKSONVILLE, 08.,
OF ASHLAND, OR.,
j. c. whi it
MARBLE WORKS !
Office and residence a few miles west of
Best of referme ’ given and «at i-fact ion
Sanford s Radical Cure For
S. S. SMITH. Prop’r.
s«i» to c. C. Bsámi’s Ba«,
V E T E H I N A It V S C H G K o X.
I cannot say enough in praise of theCuticn-
ra R«*medit*H. My buy, when ouevarnf ag«*,
wan so had with eczema that he lost his hair.
Hi« scalp watt covered with erupt Iona, which
th»* doctor said was «cald head, and that bls
hair would never grow again. Iienpairing of
a cure from physicians I began the use of the
Cuticura Iicmedi«*. and, hui happy to say,with
the most perfect huc <*«« s »*. His bMir i« now
splendid, and there is not a pimple on him. I
rwiiinnwnd the 4'iiticura lb tmxliea to mother*
ns the m<»*.f sp«*«’dy, <x*onoml<*al, and sure cure
for all skin dincHMv of iiifantw and children,
and feel that cverv mother who has an atHict-
«•d chihl will thank me for so doing.
MRS. M. E. WDODSCM. Norway, Me.
A Fever Sore Eight Years Cured.
1 must extend to you the ihanks of one ot
l.ny rust«»iners. who has b«’en cured by tbe Cu.
ticura Reim dics. of an old sore, caused by a
long sp«*H of sieknesfl of fever eight years ago.
He was s«» bad he was fearful he would have to
have his leg amputated, but is happy to «ay he
ia now entir«*ly well—sound as a dollar. Hcre-
qureta me to use hi« name, which is It. H. Ca
son, merchant <»f this place.
JOHN V. WMOK. Drugglit,
Severe Scald Disease Cured.
A f«*w wceka ago my wife auffered very
much fr«»m a cutaii<s»UM disease of the scalp,
and ree«-ived no r«*li«-f from th«* various r«*tne-
di«*s she used until she tr1«sl Cuticura. The dia-
(*aac promptly yield««! to this tr«*ntment. and
in a short while sh«* was entirely well. Th«*re
has been no return of the disease, ami f'uti-
curu ranks No. 1 in our estimation tor dls< ases
uf the skin.
KEV. J. 1». BAKRETT, D. D.,
Muielgh, N. C.
TICER SULKY RAKE,
Hay—$13^14 per ton.
Hops—Quote 10117c per pound.
Bad with Eczema. Hair all (on«.
Egg«- 30 )tF doc.
Potatoes—10^£50c per sack.
Scalp covered with Eruption«, and
or gallon tins. 9@10c
Thought his hair would never
grow. Cured by Cuticura remedies.
Oats— Market quiet. Quote
Hair Splendid and not a Pimple on bpshel.
Wool—Quote spring l'R?19<',
A X D S r It <
F H Y SI Cl AN
NOT A PIMPLE ON HIM NOW.
J ACKSON VILLE, OR E< 4 O N.
Ci UTS, Etc
DR. CEO. DE BAR,
It K S I DENT DENTIS T.
THE BEST STYLE
AND nr KO EO N,
JOS. C. SHERIDAN, PROPRIETOR.
Probat M.itter’*. Abotract of T.tl»-*. U.mvcy-
Mncing. Hoinevtvad. Pre-» uiption an«! all
other hm»lnc*(s cntruHted t«» me. will rweive
prompt Httcntion. L »ans nvg« tiat«*d.
Offit'c on cortitir, oppoaite the Court Hous«*.
V 11 V « I C I A X
is more complete by far than any other in Booth
ern Ore*on,and compare« favorably with any in
I the Stata. Job Pnntuig of every inafinabl
dsecnption done at 8*j rrascieco ratea.and ita
nmmptand fi ret-claw manner
Latent Colors in Wool Fabric#,
(it Etc: «boulders, tic
Wheat—Valley,|1 l.'>a»l 17, Walla Walla,
$1 (17 a ctl
per ton. $22<425 00
Corn- JI 50 per cental.
Flour—Vailev standards quoted at M.00:
Walla Walla brands. J.’> 75.
Feed—Bran413 OOftJlt 00;shorta,|lC 00.
Cavlieinire, Biegc, Sicilian Suitings, 40c to 65c p«-r y<l.
chop, J18(43>; ehopi>ed barley, »22(^4125
BOOT8 and SHOES,
Double fold. Reversible Cloth, 15c to 20c per y«l.
Butter—Quote egtra choice creamery,
Nun’s Veiling, Cream, Bine anil Black, 20c per yd.
20®25c; fair tu choice, 18a20e; store, 13a
Bunting in Colors, Cambrics, Lawns, Piquas.
Joe per ft,
Beef, wholesale, 3Wc:
Dragon Blac k and Figured Organdie, lHjcper yd.
dressed, 7c; sheep. 3’y'c per ft; dressed,
Zanzibar, Palmer anil Amoskeag Gingliann*.
7c; bogs, dressed, 7Uc; veal. 6«t8c.;
lambs. J2 50 each.
Iinporti-d Scotch Ginghams (likibsiunm<*r silk) 2«»c.
Poultry—Quote chickens. J2 504, 50. for
Bleached and. Brown Cottons, Cnbot “W ’ 7Ac. _ ' We h:Wb<»n
young, and $5 5o for old; old duck«, Jll
hand a full stock in the above
gee.-e ft per do»; turkey«, J5<- per ft:
New Buttons, New Parasols, Nc5v Calicoes, (In iln«*s of gtMxls. which wo can e»«4! cheaper than
they can be «old :n*y where In southern »>r» Kon,
Fre»h Fruits—Sicily lemons. |H; peaches,
digo and Standard), Etc., Etc.
as we have nut very few expense«. All kinds
1 75 per box; pears, fl 25 per box
of produce ttik« n in « xchange und
Hides—The market is firm and shows
We also carry in stock
no change. Quote dry bides lie. green
highest market price
KstOc. sheep, pelts, short wool. 25(8M><: me
50«7lh long « i ®1 00. .hearing 10«
TVTTTTrcr’S u OLKTU BOY’S djOTIUKTO, allowed for same. Call and ave for jrmirwl ves
20<-; deerskins, 32a37; tallow, good to
Boots, Simes. Hats, Furnishing Goods. Trunks, Satchels, \ aliscB, etc.
Dried Fruits—Sun-drifd quartered ap
ples, 4(85, factory «(iced Ge, Oregon plums
6®7, Qregon prunes 7a8c, pears 8al0c,
Can truthfully say all of above goods me entirely new, having
purchased them per.-onally tbi- Spring.
b » s rKAKCtsfq.
AT CENTRAL POINT,
' ulli nra Remedies
Wheat—N’o 1 «hipping. J. 2<®1 JO.
Ar< a p«»“itn e cur«* for every form of skin.
Barley—peed, common to fair, iMkdSUc;
s«*aip ;tn«l blo«,<l fli«< 3«v. with loss of hair, from good to aboicc. tx»%«6fii.c; brewing. 7ir. a
pimph-M to scrofula, except possible ichthyosis.
Koi«l «*v«*ryw |u*re. Frio«’. Cuticura. 50r; He-
Oats—IW.’jC®!! uu for common to choice.
Soap. ^»e. prepared by th»» Fott«*r
Where is kept e<»irttnntJy onhiivU rampivi«* Drug iit.<l;
T’olatoet—peerless 4u.i5o; Burbank seed
and 4'hemicu! t '«»rporatinn. BuHt«»n.
arid tin*!-cl:u** stock of
ling«. Hiakic; tlarnet Chile, .'>5e: Earlv
2 Send for “How I«» Cure Skin Diaeaaea,”
•»4 pa g«*H, 5G i Bust rations, and 100 t«*timontnlM. Rose, X*>a50.
ll"l s-Quotations range from lOaltc.
II ill i A. M.. ...................................1 ■
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W<w,l—Humboldt »ml MenUoiino, 18c.
eastern Oregon. 15a20c; valley. 15a22--;
price for same.
mountain free. 12’jc, t-an Joaquin and
Thankful for pa.-t favors ami hoping for a like eontinusnce,
Stoves, Tinware, Cutlery,
Butter—For good to fanev, quote lft«24c
J. NUNAN. Jacksonville, Or.
Haj-—Quotation* rang; irom foall |>er
OILS OF ALL KINDS,
itags -Firm, at 8.
Onions—fl 4<iafl 00c rer cents!
< i III. BH.IN* »’HOM Elll*T APPLICATION,
AM) IS RAPID, RADICAL, AND
Liberal Sunday-ta’bool and Bible class
Il i. th»- tnuctuis iiH nilir.ui'*, thwl wonilt rful meets everv Hnnday at 11 o'clock t. M. al
M-!ni-t1ui*l « nvi-lop«- siirroiinnitiK Oi>- di-llcat«- tlie U. M. L. Hall. Talent
. »»r II«- ;»lr .uni t>H«l
Hint < «-
And CVITJ Illing < lw i>»:urm.-il.l«- in this till- .
The following arc Rev. E. Woo«l'»’ regular
< Inc- »*Iabli«h»-d.
Mi ir.x-ÛF hit in w imi <■« th ■ )•• -I lirandH. Hint tnrrli makt «it,
it »al.-, into tlo-wrj vital«, nnil r»-i>d»-n» Ilf»- appointments: 1st tiunday. Br<wn»>l>oro
will Iw Mild at th«
11 t m . ami 4 r m .; 2«l' Sunday. G. Id
but u k>iqf-»li-uwti breath »if nitsvr, and di»u
<-a~--. dnihnir th* ,*-ns»- of lu-aiintr. trninin.lt- Hill at 11 a . m . an«! Sam'* valley at S r m :
Lowest Itniiug Prices.
in*.- Or - p**w< r **1 -I'» »,-h. it **ti-«,ytnir tin- facili- Xd Sunday, Antioch, at 11 v m . and4 p . m :
• ... hi * .i. taintin-.-tlir *>i* alli an*) |<lll’n|* the 4’h Sunday, Eagle l’uint at 11 t. m . : nd >
(i!v<- nir a call !•• t- . • 4 un-; « I- " ’• ■ ?1
nè.i*.I pl*.-o»*-. * | i.i-*;*-. |!<-.i*U**oaly, to r. m .
J. < SiiEltID V».
Will carry a full stock oi H« .'ivy .’iiul Buihh-r's Hardware, Tin
. > ■ * ma **n ir**n* *- -.nt|»:*- e**l*f in th*- hea*l. it
The following are Rev. R Ennis* ap
;■ - -ni1, - II«- n** i n l*i .in at- III,} n«*- an<l • n, »-li>|**»
tn*-I--*1*-. < at in/ tln-ontrli th- <t<-li»*iit»- coats pointment?«: Ou every Sunday lutirning.
ware, Stoves, Carpenters’ Tools, the Worl.l-Renowued Victor Mow
ng i'-.r i > .i: «-n.-r iislnnz. anil **th- exce| ting »he third, he will L«»l«i aervicef*
* i- . I ■* i - ■.. roti- -> i it | .t. mt-. Not In nx -hurt of to at th« i’nsbyterian church in Phoenix . <»i
tal I i rlir.it -it will -*ctir»- li.-Mltli lit the pa
ers, Bain Wagons,
tient. nn-l all all* dative», art- -int|*ly pnn-ras- the third Sunday mu’Tiing and every Sun
at tht Presby
tliiati I -nit* rln:.-. >anf**nl « Haitn-iil l itre, I*, day evening he i
inlialatioii an<l l*y intimal administration, terian church in J
rar* ly tail-: i-vt it w hen tbe »lisease haw ntad«-
The following ure Kev. J. W Miner’s
fmrli'tfnl inr-.a-l- r.n delicate '-or.^tqupon.,
... ■ I ,o.-I ut.i* hurt* I**-* it recot erud, regular apnointm« nts : The first Sabbutli in
each montn at <»«»ld Hill; eec«»nd Sunday of
Barnes’ Rakes, Victor Mower Extras, and Sections for all Mowers
uiid tin-*li* a-> tlioi-ouxhly driven out.
ca« h month at Central P«»int; third Sunday
Nttiifopr* Katlintl « uro fur (’»tarrh
1 on-'-r- of on* I» itti«- of th*- Radical Cure, one at Medford; fourth Sunday at Jarksonvit e.
commonly carried in this market. Also the Celebrated Garden City
box of t atari lini Solvent, and on*- Improved holding xrvl’-e* at each place both morn
Inhal* r. n- ally wrapp*-*! in on*- naekaic*-. with ing and ev< ning <»f the day ■ etat« »1
and Oliver Chilled Plows and extra Sh ires for same,
HE SUBSf RIBEK TAKES FLEASI RE IN full »«it* *-11011». prit-e.fl.txt. Sold everywhere.
Th«* following are 1*2 der M. l’eter.-on’s aje
Mtiiiouncin>r that his sh am sitw-uiill u now
., < iiEMn »i. CoiteoitATiox. IH> ntniets for the nionthof Jut e . Tl c >ec-
running on full tini« and turning out a hug« Pop rut inn i» lltiK-ros.
Agency for the White, the King of all Sewing Machines,
on«l Sunday at 11 k . m . at Woodville and at
quantity of lumber. Hr is prepare«! to fill all
Gohl Hill at 4 r. m ., also holdine meeting at
ordiTH with dispatch, and at thr muM i « a.*»«»lia
»¡old Hill on the preceding Stiurday even
tirt” Call and examine this splendid line of Goods before buying
WEAK, PAINFUL BACKS, ing; the third Sunday at Central P'Uftt and
ALL KINDS OF LUMBER,
Kidney, ITvrim* Fain» and Wyak- the f«»urth Sunday at A’gJhiH. ’ll.«* fifth
ii< *■-*' s. r«*li« v«*l in one minute by th«* Sundav fie will preicn ia the g *ove
intruding the lw*st rustic, ceiling and flooring;
( iitic lira Anti-Fain Planter, the’fii»t m ar Merlin on Jump-uff-Joy, in J om phine
Geo. R. Gallant & Co., Central Point, Or.
turnr*|i«-«l <>n »bori i»«»tie<*.
aipi <>i»ly iNiin-killiiig plaM+'r. N»**w, county.
6 wSatisfiu lion guarani«*vd.
iurtantan<M»uA, infallible. 25cent«.
CROCODILE GREEN, RESIDA, GENDARME BLUE, TAM, LEAD,
CRANUT, TERRA COTTA ETC.
tn AMf'iibuUdtnir. Front Strvit.
P. P. PRINI,
Ob' NEW SUMMER
ATTORNEY AND OJl’NSELUll AT LAW.
NOTARY ri BI.lC AND tONVEYAN'T.R.
frow is Your Time to Get
Wilt pHMIiee in all « ho court» of the State,
oifteotn HaniUn's brick huilding. u|>-«tair*.
W. H. PARKER,
ATTOHXEYS AND CoL’N.'EM>H> AT LAW,
r H b«ine«Tted in tkeTnm
at the foilowiug rates :
Ten 1 inee, one iueertion.............................
•«’h subeequent meertion.......
UF Leu*! advertisement« inserted rea*onfd»lo
A fair redaction from Ute above rate« made to
yearly and time advertiser«.
JACKSONVILLE,OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1889
One copy p« r annum, in ivlvance............. S~ ’J1-
*• three months
THE TIMES JOB OFFICE
Rates of Sulweription:
$100,000 TO LOAN.
AT SIXFER » F.NT. PER ANNUM. FOR
J. O. JOHNSON,
ASK YOURC ROGER FOR
Taiv’i’«*, V'roi eke Ar <? o .’ m
Henry C. Thompson, in * Align«’, issi
made his declaratory staterdent for a home*
»trad entry in Sec 22. towMbhip 14 south,
range 15 east, in The Dalles latid «1 strict,
and advertised that he would niHko final
proof June 26, 1N82. before B. F. Nichols,
n<»tnry public :t Prineville, in tho same
land district. The testimony of two wi»-
nre»<» whs taken as advertired, but Thomp
son him»»if gave his evidence 6»foie the
register uf tl <■ ¡«»t-a.l l«n«l oftice. Rerattae
of this irn guhvity the cast ws I.<1 i u”. a
C'»ur*e tl a; wms i ’ oi firmed by tbe coruitii>-
sioior of the gii trsl ¡«nd office. Bef«r<-
tins, h .aever, I boinp*on ha«l transfer red
bis in'crest t«» Halin A 1 ri1 on n o tga^« *,
and they sought to >h«»w thru tin r«* w,.s i..
doubt ih it Th«»mps n had tully cotiiph'.-.i
with the law.ui.<1 th« y, a> his tr. li-ivie.-s,
re entitled to a | aunt to the laud. In
this they were overruled by the <onit »is-
sioncr. Assistant Secretary Chandler, h >w-
ever, decides that they had such right < ven
in the absence of the entry man, th« re be
ing im quistiop relative to the final pro<»:.
and they are tn be allow rd a hearing liefor«-
t :e lK».t»d ofctjuitable adj idication.
A RJNGfXO SPEECH.
THE WICKED SHALE DIE
At a complimentary banquet tendered
Republican manufacturers told their
ex-President Cleveland on the 27th ult. employee* that if Cleveland should be
in New York city, by the young men's elected they would be compelled to re
duce their wages. They neglected to
Democratic club, there were present 500
state, however, that they intended to re
guests representing every (action in the duce wages in any event. Now is not
party,and the enthusiasm with which the this gross deception enough to prejudice
ex-president was received, and Ute fav every mind against the protective sys
orable comment bestowed upon his ad tem? Threatening ope rati ves with re
dress al! over America, w arrants repro duction of wages in ease Mr. Cleveland
duction of the speech entire in our col should beelected manufacturers virtually
umns. When the presiding officer in I said that they would pay- the same or
troduced .Mr. Cleveland, there was a fur higher wages in the event of the election
or of applause which threatened to over of Gen. Harrison. But they have delib
step all bounds. When quiet was finally erately violated their pledge.
restored, Mr. Cleveland began
his have even gone further, in many in
stances, and discharged American work
“Many incidents of my short residence men from their employ and filled vacan
in this goo*I city havo served to fill my cies with the ches|iest labor tliat can lie
cup of gratitude and to arouse my appre imported from Europe. With the iden
ciation of the kindness and consideration tical crime that Republican manufactur
of those with whom I have made my ers endeavored to fasten upon the Dem
home. The hospitality for which the ocratic party they have now burdened
citizens of New York have long been themselves with the most criminal guilt.
distinguished, lias outdone itself in my It is time for the American people to
welcome, and yet I can truly say that shake off the delusion tliat this iniqui
none of these things will lie more vividly tous tariff is a benefit to the country.
or gratefully remembered than the ore- The only class rewarded is the one re
port unit}- afforded me by this occasion ceiving the profits. This class is the
to greet tlie political friends I see about manufacturers and a few monopolist^ in
me. While I believe that no one is more whose favor congress has specially leg
susceptible than I to every persuual kind islated. Many a farmer whose home is
ness, and while I am sure no one values encumbered could easily pay the mort
mor“ |;is personal friendshi|*s, it certain gage debt was it not for this monstrous
ly should cause no surprise when I sav and unjust tariff. There is consolation
that these things are not more cherished in the tact that *.he days of a war tariff
than my attachment and loyality to the are almost numbered. In leas than four
true Democratic faith and my obliga years it will be effaced from the Ameri
tions to the cardinal principles ot its can code of laws and will disgtace thi>
country no more forever. The sooner
“I have been honored by the party far the better, and may those whom it has
beyond my deserts.
Indeed, no man made plunderer* sink into the perdition
can deserve its liiclicst honor«. After tliat all robbers so riclilv deserve.
six years of public service 1 return to
you, my public (riends. Nix years have j
Is the Soi r.—A recent number uf
I stood as your representative in state Puck has a striking cartoon—striking lie-
and nation, attd ti.-*w I take my place .cause of its truthfulness—which r«-|.:e-’
again in the lanks, more convince»! than I scuts a workingman nearly imuterse»! in
ever that the cau-e of true D“in*x-r«cy is Ian immense bow! of t-oup, while hi*
the cause of th“ i-u.qde., theit saieguar*l : countenance seems to indicate that
and tl:v;; nope.
| things have turned out very diUc-reiitly
“i come to you with no excuses or i from what he ex|»ected. Surrounding
apologies, and with no confession of dis | the bow l are quotations from the prom
loyalty. It is not given to man to meet ises of last November, and a statement
all of the various an»l conflicting views of existing facts ;
of party duty and policy which prevail in
I-a«t November it was :
an organization w It* re individual opinion
“Workingmen, beware! If you »ole
is so freely tolerate*» as in the 1 l.-mocvat | for Cleveland, prepare for a general re-
ic party, ami vet when they are honestly I duction ol wag'-a and closing of factories
held ami advocated,they sltould ¡trovoke throughout the country.”-
no bitterness or condemnation, but
‘’Elect llarrisou. and tlie working
when they are dishonestly pturlaimed, man’s tuillenium will corue right along,
as a mere *-<*v. r an i preUxt for j*ersoi.al liuml wages! Good business! High
resentment and <hsapp>*intnie:it they protection w ill «to it sutc!”
should be tuet by the exj»osure an-i con
But iu May, 18SG, the workingman
tempt which they deserve.
•‘No man can lay down the trust|wiiic!t
“Genet«1 reductcm of wag« s ami clos
he lias held in the behalf of a generous i ing ol factories throughout the country,
and confiding jieople and feel that st all owing to tho grand success of the Ke-
times he has met in the l»eot r-o'rible pitblieau high prute-^tun administration.
way the requirements of his trust; but
« ommeuiing thcroc-ti* I'u'i says to th*-
I»- is not durol;.-« in duty, if lie has con- workingman .
-yi. »«liously dwn’ej his effotts and his
•’Yes, y**n are in th*» s.tap, ,<1*1 w -r<
judgment t*> the (teople s ttervice. 1 Vvur fru-u lb, tlie polilic'ans, left ven last
have ■li-iii>“iately place»! in ci«*»** cuimv. - Noveutlter, wlteti t! ev wire done witli
tion loyalty to Deinocratic |>r.uci|d*-sand you. Y'ou are in lue soup, and there
devotion to the interest*
ot the people, you will stay for ’o.ir yeais, au*l there
in^ny view- ll,ey belong together an I you will go again at tbe end of Ihuse four
should nxean the same thi
’l.iug; but in this I years, unless in tue meantime you learn
day of partisan feeling and
attacliment the wisdom of exercising common Fensc
it i.s well for ns to pause and recall the » • * • Kight an»« leit. ui lla sn»i
truth that tlieonly ju-titi. ation fur the factories are shutting down on you, a our
existence- of any parly is the ;.laim that wages are living reduced, an.! buaineae
in principle and lierQ,: malice its objects is bad all over, with no signs of better
and pur|»oses a-«5 the promotion of the ing. • * * • And what did you ex
public good and the a Ivauceinent of tlie pect, brother? Havo you nut known
welfare an J pro«|*erity of the entire these ‘friends’ for years ? Chief among
them was Mr. Andrew Carnegie. * *
‘’There never was a |»art_\ platform or What led you to tliiuk tt»ey deainsl to
declaration of princL'
which del n« ssimjh M i , c. aiiytondv bn- themseircs?
imifeas tliese thing*, and make them the They «An ted protection of eunrse—and
foundation of a j
-or creed, aim ! anv a home market; but what under the* sun
lyrtv of tnyu who
tliat merr wo»«
ol gaining suprem
dirt voir want of these ttiinga?
-Awh wew y ea t u ht ttii A t iJg,
the express |mrpo
you wit! «pend the next three year« in
acy in the government, with the senti loarniog what your wiser brothers learn
ment of distributing the offices and s|»oils ed last vear, vou will find your wav cut
of victory among their associates would in 1892.”
be treated with ridicule aud scorn.
“Thus we are brought face to face with
T he R oikoaii C ommission . — There
the proposition that parties should, no I was quite an attendance ol sfa-> tatore in
more than individuals, be truthful ami the supreme court one day rec nth", tits,
Of course, in the supn-tna*y ■ occasion being the argument ot the cele-
of party there are advantages to itsmeni I brated railroad couimiesion case iu which
bets, and this is not amiss; but when a great »leal of interest is taken just at
high party aims and pr.*fe-»iiins are lot I the present time.
Col. N. B. Knight
sigh! of and abaii'loni-d, ami the Item-fits made a very «xhau-’ivc and at*le argu
of office holding an»l |«-r -*.:i <1 Mllshne-s ment in favor<M the appellant. Mr. Biggs
are all that remain to inspire partv activ the goxern-jr's app»Miitce, after which
ity, not only is the conthk i......... those r>- the court l*stk a recess until 7 o'clock,
liert on for patriotic s.ipp.f f**if.-ited. but when Hon. Joseph Simon pn-sentod the
the elements of cohesion m l of effective, op|H«ite side in his u»'ial
lasting political strength are gone. Hon and was followed by II jn. I* II. P’Arev,
est differences of opinion that must al wlio clot«ed the »-asc in au eloquent and
ways exist upon questions of |>rinciple candi»l address for th»» appellant. The
anil public policy sltouhi furnish abund governor and his apiointecs havo been
ant occasion for the existence of parlies given new hofte for their side by recent
acd |H»iut out tbeir fieldol usefulness.
decisions of the Indiana supreme court,
“When w seek for the causa of the |*«-r- I where it has been held that while the
cause or th « cttowr.
]ietuitv ■ i the I «eurocrat ic party and its legislature had the power to create the
survival though every »-risis and emer office of such commissions, it had no
gency, and iu the fa»-e of all opposition, power to ap|siint men to fill them. The
we find in fact that its cornerstone is laid ' [»oint. upon which each «i<le depends
in devotion to the rights <>f the peopl« ; for Miceees have been given in theee
and in sympathy with al! things which columns ou previous occasions, and the
tend to the advancement of their wel ■ reader will he compelled to await the
fare an«l happiness. Although heresy ’ cool and learned judgment of Oncgtrn's
may sometimes have crept into its organ j highest tribunal.— Slatfuuuin.
ization, and although parly i-onduct may
at times have l»*en influenced by the
Cm< too and rt» S, Bruns.—Tho «pus-
- Wh.t a:« you «ro'-’.ing at, tlrT”
shiftiness which is the habitual device of tion of tniinicip.-il annexation is one of
-At the amount you are eating, .tri Hart
you no regard for the feeling« of a dy,peptic, its opponents, there ha« always remained niucli interest to the citiz-ns of the sub
deeply i:nbed«ie»I in its nature anil char urban towns ol Hj'Ie 1‘ark, Jefferson,
Ko,.lrtl,o an-' take aeonrteof Joy’. Vegote- acter that spirit of true Americanism and Lakeview and Cicero,adjoining Chicago.
ble Ranapartlla aud yon ww't hav« the dyi- that love of popular rights, which has The population of three towns is about
made» it indestructible in disaster and de 220,(X>t. An election for the purpose of
John Ar,»11 of 624 Golden Gate »renne feat, an*l has constilutcl it a Inion to its deriding the question will shortly be
Srtu.: “You may alao u.e zny name aa an ad country, in 'ts time of triumph and su held. The Chicago E'-onnniint makes a
Uenal authority that “The California
strong argument for annexation, and de
Jtemaly," Jo»’« Vegetal o fanupartlla,will cure premacy.
dytDepeia and liter and kidney complain:. .1
"Happily the party ereed which we tails some of the advantages tobe gained
ha« done It forme."
profess is not within such narrow lines by the resident» of those towns by ca«t-
Jam«« Well«. Oakdate. Cat. writes: “I
•udeiH-d .eutely fn.-.n rtrapcpal. for years, that ohe'iienci does not (»erniit us to ir.g in tlieir lot or lots with Chirngo.
«oarociy taking a m- a. -without the diatro.a ug move abreast with the advatn-ed thought Cboapnos- of government, comprehen
pain« of Indigest -n. I took Tor’» V« taut«-
Baraaparilta * th the hnpptei; ot reaulta II of the country and to ineet ami test sive aeweiage system, ts-tter water sup
every <|Uestion and apply principle to ev ply, increased real estate values, better
rellered B« of It enUrtly ''
ery situation. True rk-mrsTacy, staunch fire and fs.dlce servirá-, lighter sehocl tax
in its adhesion to its fundamental doc and cheap gas supply are all among the
A New Cable Line in Chili.
trine, is at the same time, in the proper benefits enumerated by the KrtMtoiaM*,
The Chilian consul-general ha** adver sense, progressive. The true l«emo» rat- which says: “We know of no reason
tised for prnpoMls for the laying of a rab’e ic spirit advocate» notional brotherhood, why any one should oppose annexation,
between Pun to Moutt. south ol Valpa to the end that all of our fellow-country unless it be for some selfish parpo*.
raise, and a point in the straits of Magel men may aid in the achievement of the
such as drawing money out of the public
lan. near the Atlantic, where tt»e British
steamer Cotopaxi sank about two months grand destiny which awaits us a« a na treasury, which the taxpayers pay.*'
aim with a full load of passengers and a tion, and it condemns that pretext of lib Th« present jropniat'on of Ch'cago, this
valuable careo. Nothing wa« known of erality and harmony which, when par journal estimates, is close to R.-.O.o-Fr
her loea for two weeks. <>n the discovery tisan advantage is to l»e gained, gives The annexation of tire 2‘JO.OOO p*-o: le rn
of the wreck the Chilian governnienl de wav for inflammatory ap|«-a)-* to -*»•» tioii- the town« mentioned uo’dd swell Ctrica-
termined to e.'tahliili at <»i *e qni< k com- al hate and passion, it d ies .lot favor 1 go’s population to over 1 .(MX*,Ik to, «u¿
niuni< ation lx tw« en its s«ttl> nun»> in t hi tbe multiplication of office« and salaries ilrii« make it 11 k - third city in fs.q uixtii ".
distant te^ion ami its capiiol. which,
when ac< omj ii.-hvd, will e»*a> li«h < ah •* merely to make partisans, nor use the in the United States.
coiniiinnieationa all il.c way Iroi.i < anada promise and Itestowal of place fur the
nerol'.’ to ('»pelioin.a distance of ntarh purpose of stifling the press and bribing | OxiGOK Siut KVa. — A gr-tifleinan •<
th«* people. It sei-ks to lighten th«- bur thia city rvcemly wrote tv Cvngteosnian
10 if Ki miles.
dens in every home, and to take from : Heimann urging the i.ecem-it) of an im
the citizens, for the cost of the govern mediate hui vev of the government lamia
Forest (¿rove Poultry Yards.
inent, tlie lowest ]«issible tribute.
1 in the eastern |tuition uf thiH eoutity.atul
Wyandotte«. Ply month Rock«.
“\Ve know wc;iiave»-s|H>used the cause unking him to vreM-nt the matter liefote
of right and justice. \Ve know wc «tave the depsrtn.t nt at Washington. I ad I
Rose und Singh* Comb Brown Leghorn*.
not permitted our dutv to country to wait week the following letter w receive!
upon expediency. We know we have from Mr. Hermann in relation thereto
not trafficked our principles for success. “I called upon the department and ear-
Partridge Cuchin.« and Black Minorca«,
AMERICA A BEHT RKKKDS.
We know wc have not deceiveil the peo neatly urged that a liberal allowance Im
My fowls have no superiors
Have won ple by false promises and pretenses We made for Oregon from the recent appro
the highest honors at all exhibitions for the know we have not corrupted orbetraved
priation for survey h uf tho pwblic do
pant eleven years.
the popr w ith the money of the rich. main. The un«nrvey«-d land* iq Oregon
Eggs, per sitting. |3; two sittings, V».
now in demand for pur;e>ses of actual
Send stamp for catalogue.
no rewani, and that triumph shall not n-ttleinent, and for tind>er purchaee,
J. M. G arrihom ,
Forest Grove Or.
amount tout least two million of acres,
softer sc<-ond thought of our countrymen ? ; with another portion equally •• large
Fourth of July Plruir.
soon to lie in demand. The rates, as
There will bv a l icnie at tLe grounds of spondent inentltcrs of the true i«emo<’ra- I prei-crihed in the legislation of the last
1. 1?. >mith. near Er gle Point .on the Fourth
' s'-ssion, aie libera), and will insure con-
of July, to which a l are invited. There
"Thoughtful attention to political top ItractH bv competent surveyor« of the
will be swings ami a dancing stand provid
ic* is thoroughly arouse«!; events ate day most tugged pottion which may I k - se
ed and good music and a tine sup|»er will by day leading men to review the reason
add to the tnjoyintnt. No pains will be for their party affliliations, and the lected for Hirwt".— Stahtmnn.
span d to insure a g’xx] time and there
supporters cf the principles we profea-
should be a lar.r* attendam'r.
Selling ou» st Cest.
are constantly rv< ruitod by intelligent I
! aui ne» ntf-rini-niy antire «tr i k of fin-
young men an«l sturdv adherents, let dre'- iroi-d*. s'spk and fsucy rrocerlet
Jam and <»!•••” ar*
us deserve their confiilence and, shun i lotbiiir. bo •<» and <h»*. etc . at le*, «bat.
The uii<lerMgt>e<i has a large assortment
of Mu-ou s and Perfection fruit jar«, half ning all ignoble practices, let us remain I coM. Parti*« de-iring «o srcure barpninr
gallon and pint measure, also jelly glasses, steadfast to the Democratic faith and wi I find it to tbeir rdvautase tocallat
to the «ause of our country. It we are oi.c». as «■very thing mntit be sold inmiedi-
lor eaiv al the lowest rates.
I •■'»» di-irou» of cloring eut uiy
true ami loyal to tho»j„ the .lay of our atiâv
J. N vnax , Jacksonville
I triumph will surely and quickly come, buune<4, a? d *ill i ive gréai barc.in»
firrr T utus
and <mr victory shall be fairly and nobly
W by U um« n Pai,..
Women lose their beauty bueause rolrl. won through the Invincible spirit oi
undermine tlieir life. Dr. Acker's Englidi true Democracy."
Patronize the on!v wagon that nsinects
Ex Gov.mor lloa.lly, uf Ohio, Con
Remedy for Consumption is an absolute
with i-verv train, rain or thine, and carri-
cure for colds. Sold by E.
gressmen Breckinridge and others also
the V. S. mail and Well«. Fargo & Co. »
spoke. I.»!tt»T* <*( regret «tr« received express. Sati«factiongu»r»nteed.
from many prominent gentlemen.
J ohn DiAR, Driver,
MOUNTAINEER TEA Children Cry for PitcWs Castoria.