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THOC/r/LN IS ASHES.
I IIUT IT ( Ol’RT PBCX’EKDISOH.
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TO ABANDON FORT KLAMATH.
gm. flew Builds
| Th. i„ ivwinx prixeeditigs have laken
The recent order of >'?<*ret-try of War
The cool weather h bringing in mountain
The tire tknd has been very busy the i •; la , Li th‘- vi < ’lit i-oiirl for Josephine tourista.
Proctor to abandon Fort Klamath slirre 1
a hornet’s nest in Southern Oregon and
Now in procinti of erection, isa hanifantneaddition to the
pant week ar. 1 two flourishing cities oi .. t iv. « he Au.list term, up to the hour
The M E church edifice will soon be
pri sent M’hool biiildlnir». of modern architecture, aud cost
•. legrams protesting against this action have
the northwest are in ashes to day. The I tl.e T ime .*' w« nt to press:
completed and ready for occupancy.
four Inrifo class --------
a " m l Axtell was app >inte<i bailiff to
been received by Senator Mitchell. Many
entire businesa portion of Spokane Fall«, ’he iruin I jury in <1 I’ <’• Ream* court bail--
N. H. Sjencer of Griffin creek delivered people
in . the
is a substantial « vi<l<*nc!* uf tlv prosperity of the sclionl, as it w-na » inipcratively
, a larg«*
. f . incr«as«*
. , of stu-
covering nearly forty blocks, was <!e I tl II I'.ler, J.«'. Dysert uml Henry Gross the first wheat at the new mill last week.
!H<*iliti«a*for physical culture. The
students is insured by*
<!• 'lit«. A larg«* gvninusiuin will also b<* title-«! up, nffortling amp!«’ facillti»*s*for
Th«* health of studenis
pat< he.« protesting nut only io th *«4eres ,»ppoi t unity of taking « x* re is«*, which togut lu*r with the heult hful location of t he town of Monmouth, mak«*8 aerious mckn«w almost unknown.
A Afv»Txniovs disease of the vine is •troyed b> fire on Sunday night. Fire | were . x ■ ii »4'4 from jurj <lu’y.
Mrs. E. P. Geary last week returned ’ ol the wnite inhabitants, but mti.c i »«v
The tuv. fi i« fre;• from k 1 .«ins, offers spletaiid business oppoi tuntti»*«. Is surround«*«! by th»* richest farming land in the vaiicv and is a most
devastating the vineyards in southern
«•f ihe Indians on the Klainath icsui vat «*>i. desirabie plat« <-f r« si«i« lice. Visit Moiiinouth before wiecting another location. For catalogue, containing picture of the buildings
California no varieties escaping it. near the dep'd. The water pressure was parks; suit in equity to set a-*ide. Dis-
The work of rooting on Angle & Ply-
ravages. No remedy has been fuiiud as very weak, and the fljmes spread rapid- ( mi», .1. *. Harkness vs. J. Bonnie. Jr. ; suit mule’s new building has been g«»’ng on the ! suspeusion uf the order until the people
could be heard in the matter. He did so
. - *.
I in iHiiii
Saturday, and received the following an
! hull an hour. A
. _ high
„ wind sprang
. [ *’» 1. F. Everitt
I* Hyde; suit to de
■ e starimi,
T h a coin lucratively lew towns tn the "boon alter llio lire
ion Dis- where she will visit friends fur the next I
W ashington , August 5.
northwest that have nut gone up in
Y’our dispatch has been received. Fort To developc th«*««’tbre<* is the true aim to a gr«*ut sehool. Life is earnest, and whoever hop«*« to reach the highest hi iccess must have first
blocks. The Vncitic “‘ß. a . Leven« V» Ruby Hice; ; to recover
Mr. Stinnett and family d-part< <1 f««r the | Klamath was abandoned upon the report of the solid foutvlntion of a true manly or womanly charm ter, ba««*«! upon th«* love of truth, honor und uprigulness; next, intelllg«*nc«*, to com
smoke thia year will hereafter niitfer in several adjacent
Willamette valley to I »cat«« last week, the post commander, to the tffe t that ihe prehend the gr**at and important tacts of lit«*, with t ln*ir n*hiti<»nahl|»s t«» <»nc another, and last but not h ast, strength ofb«»dy to enable him to
from the imputation of lack of enter- hotel was the first valuable building to mor ev. D Hi>ii.t«e«l.
his work iightly and w«*ll. Tin* test ol a M-hool's work is the kucc «* mh of its students. Every county in the stat«* can bear testimony to th«*
C. Bcnm-tt vs. AV.11. Flanxgsn and AV. travelling by team.
snccunib. Adjoining it was the Russ
tune has now arrived fur the final aban bear
influence of the Normal. Both gradual«*» and students ar«* doing honest, e!Te<*tive work in th«**public sc!i«>ols and In alin<»st every department
house, alarg'- liann* hotel, which burned F. Kremer; acii< n for damage-. D ih -
Postmaster Miller and wife ».ml brolher- donment uf tbe p««st; that the Indians on of
business. Twenty-eight counties sent students last year and in a graduating class of thirty-seven members fourteen countk*® were rep
in law, Chas. Brons, are aojourtiing at ilie Klamath re-ervation number about resented. Holiest and «-arncst effort is th<* secret of surcess.
II cavv storms have been raging «lur like tinder. The fire communicated to
Kull I A B >lt v-* J -h i Howell; to re Dead Indian spring«.
1.200; are well civilised, have schools and
Preparatory. Normal, Normal Advanced and Business Courses. Thorough work and light expenses. A y^^ar for $150.00.
ing the past week throughout Hie effete* I the Northern Pacific passenger and cover m<n*y. Dismissed.
T..ltion, . $7.50 and$|0 per term of 1« n we« k>
churches and have asked to be endowed Tuit
______ hall. ___
east. Hot weather, cyclones and thun freight depots, burning then« to the
L. 1*. Hyde and W K AVilli« Vs. E. F I heir new mill. They will soon have a with citzensliip; that n«> difficulty has Board at Normal
I »oar« I in
Room. 50c to $1 p«*r we«
mm ! boar«!
der showers are causing havoc and de round. Tin* Northern Pacific railroad's Everitt; injunction. Demurrer to crossbill warehouse in operation also.
arisen between them and their while neigh families, with light and tin*, from $2..’M) to
loss is variously estimated. The loss, su-iain’-rl.
bors for years, aud that no apprehension $3.50 p« r w«*ck.
struction every day.
Th? new dwellings of H E. Baker and of iurage and raids from them may be
L. AV Smith, et h I. vs . Alex AVatts;in-
including the freight in the warehouse,
your county superintendent about:
Chas. Strang add much to the uppeurance entertained, aud upon the report of the free Ask
Till« Ori joni'i’1 uphold* the dvviaiun of is estimated at about |1,000,000. Tiie juiK tion Leave granted to tile amended of the residence portion of loan.
dcparlmtnt Cuinmanuer that there is n«»
Attorncy-treneral Miller to ttw effect wind increased in violence, and shifted
John W inders vs. I. Winders; divorce.
The ladies of the Medford W. C. T U. more need for troops on tbe Klamath
that ehinene laltorer* in transit aero** or in all directions, creating a whirlwind of Default entered against difendautand case gave a pleasant lawn social at the residence reservation than on any one ot the other
through this country may land at our
of Mrs. Stanley last Friday evening.
eight or ten small Indian reservations in
city was doomed, and the people became
John Bolt, administrator of estate of
port* wheuever they desire.
A. Z. Sears is preparing to build a neat that department; but in view uf the public
panic-stricken. The firemen lost all con Silas Draper, deceased, v». Henry Smith; residence
in a few weeks on his 8-acre tract feeling announced in your di-patch the
Farms, Village Lets, Improved
Jmlgrnent for »2u0, west of the tank, near the Jacksonville secretary of war has authorized the division
T ub water famine prtesiliM in the trol over the mad demon. The mayor to recover money
eastern empire may lea*l to tiie ubau-
and Unimproved for
A Brown vs Kerby Milling A Mining
uf non-com missioned officers
ilonment.ol Fort Walk Waila. there be- giant |s>wder. About a dozen large Co.; motion to execute deed, Sheriff
W. D. Bain of this place, uh »has been detachment
Sale or Bent.
engaged in harvesting about MarysviBe,
in« inaufficient water at the jost to «up
ordered to make deed.
J. C. K elton , Adjutant General
port the itohliers an I animal» on the blown up. Every business house in the
K. Knbli vs. John Taylor; to recover Cal., has returned to Medford, and now has
In addition to dispatching a protest to
a berth at Worman s Stables
city, including eight banks, all the hotels money. Judgment tor »180 22.
The addition to Jacksonville, known as
the war department, benatur Mitchell sent
but one, all the magnificent structures
AV. H. Moss vs. E. AV. and H II. Kieea-
’ HAVE FOB KALE THE FOLLOWING DE-
The Monarch salooo at Medford, under telegrams to General Nelson A. Miles,
Tits far northwest never does any
J. 11. Haulc-um vs. J. Chapman; uijtuic- ing a popular resort. The best of every informing him of the circumstances iu the
thing by halves. Tais lovely Indian newspapcrau the city except the K til’ll-
One hundrv<l and sixty acres of No. 1 choice,
enclosed with a«ub-
summer weather, for instance. It is
Sophia Leonxru v*. A. II. 1*1 itten.aduiin-
«tantial »<*nce; one of the very best fruit and
Jes.-e Engart aud family, just «»ut from answer:
laid un with an artisti»* disregard lor cludes all that part of the city from the istialor oi estate of C. H. Beach ; to recover Indiana,
county; rich, windy
visited the fam.iy of J. Hutchin
D el M ovte , Cal , Au tut 5.
cun e«|nem rs that woahi appal a man Northern Pacific railway to the river, money.
loam, watvrvd by Applvga«* creek; improved
son tins week.
The newcomers in
H on . J ohn . H. M itchell : Your tele
with «ix room«, a
from a country when* um<>ke is acarce.
Henry Smith vs. AV. J. Nutt; c -litirina- tend to establish a | ennanent residence iu gram received, i here will b* in any event
good log barn, granan<* and other outbuiiil-
embracing over forty blocks. The loss ti >n. Sheritl s sale confirmed.
some troops at Fort Klamath, but 1 have
ings; two hundred bearing fruit t re««, assorted
Ellen Vann >y va. James Lucas, et. al.;
K aihur E ii . lv an ! Grandma A ic. are is variously estimated at from $10,000,-
vau-iKivs, inoAtiy fail and winter apples, plenty
The new board of truth* pumpLL't des otdered the change su'pended for the
motion to execute de d. S ieritt ordered to
of «mall lruita, near a good achooi, good <*uu
xai'l to be having a high old time at 000 to »2O,(M*>.<X.O.
N elson A. M iles ,
criptive of Medford and surroundings is present.
tside rang«- lor «tocK; government title. Price,
Windsor this week. The little «ntertain-
being issued from the “Mail” office aud is
$jUUU; halt caah, balance in one and two yean,
Comm in ling Division of the i’aciti .*.
ment the old lady tfot up last Monday out in the photograph gallery of Ten
payments to be secured by a mort
JOSEPHINE COUNTY ITEMS.
to the printer s art.
This means that the troops at Fort lias been platted and thrown nj»on the market in lots ranging in size from two to eight acres, at prices gage on tne premises.
in tbe nAval review at Hpithead couldn’t ney & Wheeler, in Thompson & Barn
Dr. E. B. Piukell’s team escaped lorn Klamath will remain there until the people
have been duplicated by any other ¿run hart’s brick block, but was gotten un The county jail is empty again.
A good farm of 20(7acres on Evan« creek. In
der control by the prompt action of the
him la«t Thursday night,upsetting his bug of Southern Oregon afc heard in the varying from $18.0«! to $40.00 p<-r acre—figures which barely cover the original cost of the property and
ny in Christendom.
with a dwelling lhx24
Are department before much damage by
het with five rooms, a barn and stabh«. «0
next morning,’’hung up" un a tree But
T he British schooner Black Diamond the flames was done. T. A L. lost all, river valley.
acres fenced, 40 acre« in cultivation, well wat
L. E. Hoover has rcturn«*d from a trip to little damage wus dune beyond a broken
Rogue River Leased.
ered and a tine outside rang«.* tor stock. A No.
overhauled anti soiled on July 11th, , but the others suffered only slight dam-
1 st4Kk farm. Price, fifteen dollar« per acre,
by tbe V.
revenue cutter Rush. an«i l age to goals through their removal.
Under the law enacted by the last leg. -
cash. Title perfect.
On Munday's train a tinc-!*to< kth alerun- latme authorizing county courts oi Oregon
Joaephine county randy ha.« had as brief a
a Han put in charge with instructions to > Rothchil I A Bean’s large stock was bad-
luadeJ an extia guott cuw of the Durham to declare unuavigable s' reams public high
term ot court as this.
tale her to Sitka. The crew of the seiz ■ ly damaged by fire and water. 'Die
breed of cattie .«nd a tin»* trotting boise at ways, the county court yesterday lease.1 fruit section in Southern Oregon. The land is deep, rich soil, a large portion of it being sub-irrigated by
Four mil«•« from ('entrai Point railroad sta
ed vessel «iefie«! the officers of the cutter 1 total loss will probably amount to »10,- Jacksonville yesterday
tion, a s I ah k turino! PiOacr«*«, una county
this place which he will exhibit at the dis- the portion of the river fr. ru Ils he .dwaters
and wailed for Victoria, B. C-, inntea«I. 000, well covered by insurance. There
nitt fair to be held at Central Point during to ihe portlou declared navigab.e in the drainage from the mountain and is covered with a thrifty growth of pine, laurel and inUnzantia brush, the rotui. at«»ut forty ama ol which is g«»o<l grain
u;n«i and forty aerea good fruit land, liniirov-
the last week in «September.
It now remains to be seen what Blame
goverutueut surveys, including Big Butle value of which for tirewood will more than pay the cost of clearing the land, as wood is worth $3.00 per v<i with a dwtiliug-housc. Title perfect. Price,
Tuesday at Grant’s Pass.
of the fire.
$aju 00, cash.
is going to do in the matter.
The •‘MaiP’ last week was mistaken about cr.ek.to the Tolu Towusite and M lling cord on the ground. The entire tract lies directly in the
1). V. McBride, of Grant’s Pass, has gone to the large Medlord contingent at Cinnabar, Company, giving them the privilege <>i
Nvva«ta fur a month's stay.
rtie only Medfordite at the springs nt the floating log, and lumber and ut exacting
J ohn L. S i luvan is doing the Sunny
A tine st<s k and grain farm of 4tX)a«*res; 360
tarm ian«i; WOaicrea
South under different, auspices from Ins
Johu Taylor in the lumber business at Grant s a representative of Wurman s stable which every thousand feet floated after certain
pasture mid Hood land; fen acres uf a good
trip of a month ago. Hr was lart week
T he Albany Dfmwrat in now entering
a Jacksonville man rode to camp.
improvements are made by the said com of .Jackson county. There has never been a season when orchards on adjoining land have failed to pro two dwelling-houses ami two young
g«s»d wells on tbe
holding levee* in the different Southern ita 26th year, lull ui vigor an«i vinegar
pany in the channel of the river, lor the
A team ran away at Grant'.« P;iss a few days
cities, a deputy sheriff of Mississippi an«l staunchly Democratic as ever in siuc«* and demolished the S. P. D. «k L. Co.’s
opened the saloon formerly kept by A. H. making id' which improvements before duce a good crop. It is one of the few sections in the county where the paper-shell almond will produce amount of agricultural implem<*uts and some
acting as advance agent, manager and
Carlson, thoroughly refitting it and mak
fioliry. May it live to celebrate its cen
E very Y ear . The certainty of an annual crop will make this land infinitely more valuable in the near tools. Ail go with tbe ¡»lace. G«»od outsid»*
end-man at the show. His trial fur in tenary.
F. T. Shephard, formerly connected with th«*. ing many improvements. He lias supplied bond ol »■>•>>. Aller that date on tiling a
rang«* for stock. Price, $5,500; hall cash, bal-
fraction of the code of Mississippi will
‘•Courier,’' is now l«M*attd in Modoc county tiie bar with the finest wines, liquors and bon 1 conditioned iu the sum of
the future of fruit-growing than those sections subject to killing spring frosts.
ance in two equal yearly paym«Tits, to draw le
probably be a farce. As well expect to
H um . S. S. C ox oi New York who California.
cigars, and a fine billiard table can also be company is to have the privilege or iran-
gal interest fr«*m day o! sale, to be secured; or
aii cash, at option ot the purchaser. This land
convict the man-in the-moon as to find epent last week in l*ortlan«l, departing
Th«* board of county commissioners will found there. Give bun a call for he will . h -e extended for twenty year-. The con
tract unis executed by the county court and
is situated w«-st <»f the l>el»ing«*r Gap. Title
m«*«-t m reanitar aeaaionon tt>> ttnl Monday 1,1 treat you well.
for tbe east un Fri«lay last, enjoys the next
Sullivan guilty by a jury of his peers.
per!«et. A good hum«* for somebody.
distinction of being the onlv public man
w ith the county clerk. Bund w as furnished
Judge Willis < f Hos«*burg who has b«*cn at
PROBATE KH KT PROCEEDINGS.
No treasury in the world ever con now living who voted for the admission Grant's
TbeWfcot SW‘4 of NWk4 of section :«), iu
Pass on ¡»fofessiunai business, return
inspect this property closely before investing elsewhere, as eveiv lot will have a permanent ami intrinsic twp.
tained so vast a sum of money as that of of Uregun to statehoo»l more than thirty ed home Wednesday.
36 south, range 1, east, being part ot
value for fruit-growing, regardless of suiroundings. The property is all
doiiati«»!! claim ot J. lh.zarth, on west side of
The followii g proceedings have taken
the L'nited States. The last statement years ag«>. lie « ccnpies tbe same official
McArthur's mill is running <»n full tinu* and I 1.1 v in this court. Judge Ned presi ling,
Antelope er« ck; go»xl grain and stock-tarm.
Don't i jryerltnrnt
shows that there is in the treasury vaults ¡»«jhition now as then, member of the turning
out a sup» rior quality of shingles,
$20 per acre.
since th« last report ot ihe T i . mi s :
which mid a ready sale.
over six hundred millions in gold and iiuu.se i f representatives.
You C tiinot afford to waste time in ex
In the hiatter of the estate of 3Jnon
silver coin anil bullion. Of gold coin
Forty acre« of timber land ch»se to ttie coun
Judge Wt bster is now holding circuit court Kling'e, decease«!
First senii-at.nual ex
bullion the amount is 1353.504.31»; »li
! at Grant'.« Puss. Tin* d«a*ket is light ami tiivr«* hibit tiled. and administratrix ordere I to ger.
Uuivsuniption al way s seems, at first, and the Jacksonville I’tibli»* Schools, which rank among the best in the state. The entire tract adjoins ty road lettding to the B ik Butte saw-mill; val
uable cbivtly tor rail timber. Government ti
I will be a vtr> short term.
ver coin and bullion, $315,343,18«J. By compi'in- nt to the Democratic method K
pay widow $2») | er month fur support of on y a cold, lh) not permit any dealer to the corporate limits of Jacksonville. The branch line of railroad from the O. & C. to the county seat will tle. The owner 1« out ul the state and the laud
of running th«* iinin«*ial part «>f the last ’
the side of that vast accumulation the a«imim**t rat ¡un un an honest bubiness I Dr. Fiunagan went toC<N»scounty this week. children m addition to property al.owan e. impose upon you with some cheap imita undoubtedly be built soon.
will be «<»Id for five dollars per acre. cash. A
I u«i a tour oi m«pcvtl«»n, an«! may ext« nd his
bargain for somebody.
treasuries'll-other countries, and t.e «e
Estate of James Barnes; will admitted tion ut Dr. King's New Discovery lor con
to probate, and Wm. Robinson appointed
recorded in history, sink into
** then* is h.» honesty in office think of the
“ | Geo. Park«, of Kerbyvilh* precinct, while executor. John Weil« J. C. Coaker an i
Two hundred and forty acres—-sixty acres
more profit hr may lell you he bus some
fact thaï l’üd/XMljAk) have been counted l«»ad’.ng a gun receive«! a painful wound, the James iayiur appoint« «1 appraiser«.
teuc<d and in cultivation; improved with a
nice bearing orchard of fine aMBort«*d truit
a the C. S. !re>isurv, and fourni short
Estate oi Thus. P. B»»yd;iirst semi annu thing just as good.or just the same. Don’t
be ihceived, bqt insist Upon getting Dr.
M anlky B kowx ’ s claim for I »nd at I but
trees; a dwelling bouse, a barn aud <>th«*r nut
in gold and $15 in silver, which | Mi. Jewell had his barn and It- contents al report of executrix tile«! and approved.
houses. Two streams ot water run through
Dunsmuir, says the Shasta Cminrr,
— • -unis were promptly pai*i bv thone hav- i I b.irtu-'i last week, thi*<»ugh the vareivssne«« or
Estate of John NoL>nd; first semi-annual
this place. It is susceptible <»1 l»eing divid«i
uf ««jtue un». Hi*» loss i.« estimated at statement of administratrix ti ed and ap teed to give relict in throat, lung and chest
not affirmed as reported in ilispatches ing tl.e m icy in eh arg»?. It this is nut •
into two pieces ol one huudr<*d and twcuty
from AA'ashington. but is hei«l in aliey- | hor.esty w«* wo'il l like to know where <iuu.
proved, and ord« r made to pay preferred
»u r«*b each. The north halt of this place 1» un
improved. 'Ihe improved 60 acres are worth
per cent. < n second
seeomi class I stores. Large bottles fl.
Crops arc «■< mx ! in tliu southern portion of »'¡aims and 25 percent.tn
ance, subject to the decision of Congrv s ‘ y«»n » did go in tins big w«n!«l for a sam
$1000. Tin* other IsO •ores, $900. Four tuilfts
the county. Jas. Bura»p*r tlirt*sh«M a larg«* claims.
in regard to confirmation, or rejection, ple of the ^enuine article.”
C’liimpruvvd; wcll.waterud, aud a first-cliu»« from Central Point railroad station. Title per
Oregon Press Association.
«>1 wilt at wbicilaveraged 30bushels to th»*
E-tate of Sarah S. Cromer; final report
¡»¡act* to make a go«*d home.
of land grants. Under the law no other
filvd and Tuesday. Septeuiber3, 1839, set
Tiie at.miai session <»f the Oregon Press
Tin: lu. il pres* tr.i<*es th«* prevab*nce
decision could Y*e made, and the one
E. W. Morrison, who 1« now practicing law ivr final hearing.
Unimproved, level, rich grass ami fruit land;
A farm ol 120 a<*i*«*, impr«»v«*d with a com
remlered sustains the officers of the oi lyph nd p*v«'. s in Portland to the foul* at B« hi i ng. ( al., is at t he con nt > «»-at tlni.-In ng
Esla'e < t Rohl. F. Woo I, de» ea e i; final Y 4'i na bay, Friday, Au-.u t 23. 1MS9,
ruuuing wat«*r; title, donation claim. A great fortable dwelling; 1« n acre* fvnc«d and in cul
Shasta land office. On th«* confirma ne*»H oi th • ’ at«‘r supply resulting from up ««»me tm.sim s.« he left behind when he de set leiuent, same day as above.
holding «»vi r the 24 h Arrung« menus have
bargain; 7 niilcs cast uf Central Point.
tivation, with a living spring m*ar th«* <lwell-
Edate of A H Ja K" n. d ecu ed M. S been made to >e< ure the usuai réduction ut
tion or rejection of the railroad ’and the d.m.ni-1 d volu a.» of tbe streams. I parted.
ing. On«* of the very lxM stock range* in the
2iX) acres. c«»unty. Yankee ere*k flows through this land.
A sm .««<>r B«*am ha- about tinistu*! his work Damon app«»int<* 1 a«imini« rat«»r of part fares over railroads, and a programme oi
grants, the case of Brown will bo deter L- h a! |-up« rs realize the foilv ui the
jierfvct. Price, $*UL>.
this «c»LM»n. nn<i the board of «*<pializatit>n nership estate. F. M. Piymaie, S Rosen ifitvirst to the craft is bvu.g ptepared.
Multnom.i i meimi. r.s of the last legisla fur
1UU acres in cultivation, excellent house, good
w’ll me«‘f on the 20th iu«t. to pass on the as- thal and J. I>. Whitman appointed ap
There should bea full atteudat.ee, as busi
ture in demanding unreasonable exemp seasmeut roll.
burn aud other outbuilding«, 1^5 fruit trees;
A g<M»«' place«»! JtiOacres, improved with a
ness ot importunée will I m * transacted.
No. 1 mill-site, good well, living spnngH,«tream
E ngland last Monday gathered to tions tor the Bull Run water bonds, and
burn an«! granary; ub«»ut
Estate <-f Th* s. Haynmnl, deceased*,
I>i«trit t Alt«»rney Colvig. Mcs.«r«. Ilanna,
J. R N. lh.iL, Pre-ident.
gether the greatest array of warships advocate the formulating uf a water- Prim, Bowtlitch an«! Kahl« r. of th«* Jackson Benj. Hay moi'd appointed administrator.
gating diu-hes I »j means«»! which 50 acres of sixty acres fenced, with an <»retard «*»! aix»nt
C has . N ickell , becretary.
fruit tr«*«*s; one large
ever assembled in any one port to en I mjip ! bid that will ’ meet th»- satisfaction county bar. an ath n I.ng tke Augual t« rm oi
Estate i f minor heirs ot John Bfger, de
spring and other smaller ones on the farm.
able the Emperor of Germany to “re of our citizens in r *sj»ect to the required the circuit court.
ceased; sale oi guardian confirmed.
5 ank« »*crc« k runs through th«* place. Splen
A trestle bridg<* will I»«* built across Allen
did stock range, with government title. Price
view” them, and get a practical idea oi features uf suen h. »mis as is common to
Often need some safe cathartic and tonic
4M) acr«*s—20u acres rich, level, bottom land, $1UUU. cash.
a tew mile« s«»uthw-e>t of Grant’s Pass,
the maritime power of Um ruler of the other communities where bon«is are is cre«*k.
cicar«*d; 10acr«*s fenced; «mall house and sta
to avert appruacning sickness or to rtlitve
an«l bi«la for building th«* saint* will be receiv
CENTRAL POINT POINTERS.
ble; bearing orchard of choice variety «»f ap
The United States authorities sue«! t'«r water snpply,” as the
colic, headache, sick stomach, indigestion,
ed nut 11 Sept. 5th.
A brick house and large lot in Jacksonville,
acres ot yellow and .sugar-pine tim
dy>♦ ntvry ami the complaints im i ient to
found the same scheme successful in puts it.
hum«-, and tit!«*
An advance of 25 p« i* cent, in the price of
Gra-Iing on t c race track is about com
«ieahng with the redskins—taking them
$20U rash and baianrt* iu
mer and whiter. Evans creek runs un east p« rt**ct. Price,
lots in Grant's Pa*.« is ann«iuncvd a!- pleted ami the drag ami rolitr wid soon children. Let the children tuke Simmon's
T ue exhibit tr »in the schools of Oregon townsit»*
to AVasbington to see the Great Father is accorded pru< **«len<m over that iruin
put it hi good >hapc.
vegetable, not uiiplen-nut to the taste and
irrigation.! r*ix miles from K. R. depot; ou«*- tcen month«; deferred payment« to draw ten
and the hordes of warriors at his call, any other state at the National Teachers' vance aft»*r b«*ptciubcr I.
Many merchants and farmers will secure sate to take alone or in connection with
II. 1». Mill« r will s« n«l hl« fine trotting hors«*
but it is doubtful if Emperor William Association meeting at Nashville, Ten
$12 per acre.
•’«»liver Twist" to Eug» iu* city. He ha« been th« ir a inter’s supply’ of wood cheap at the other nivdecine.
A «'«»mt «l-tubl«' tram«' h«»us«* in Jacksonville
can be so easily impressed.
nessee. >c\en pro.yu.sMve teachers from offered $<»U0 for him, but wiP not part with fair grounds this fail.
Aii unusunlly cold Summer in Sacramento has left us with a big sur l.KW acres, unimproved;
for sale or rent on reasonable t«TiUb; thru«*
this state were
attendance at the him for such a paltry price.
land; well watered, plenty ol timlwr, land nsuns and kitchen; located uu Third atre<*t.
plus of light-weight goods. We make no practice of carrying goods tom
C. Magruder went toS .n Francisco dur
T hk Russian Government announces meeting and their head«inarters were a i Win. McGurk. f«»rin<*ri\ of t!»is county, who
can be made the best dairy ranch in the stat« aud has a g«>od well of water at th«* «i«»or. with
n«*<*«’ssary outhous«*. Will I k * sold cheap,
its intention to make goorl America’s centre ot irit«*r.***t t«> all visitors. It is a luw bvcu watchman for W«Tiger’s mill for the
to suit, made <f dry in.il« ri»i, for either over seasons. Orders by mail will be tilled at same prices as the «•! Or«*gon; 23 mii«*» from Ashiand. Price $<T all
per ucr«*. Terms, halt cash in hand, balance as the ow ner is in «*a«tern Oregon and has no
title to Behring’s sea, and under all the s »»ire»* of no little gratification to citizens past few years, pas*« d through Grant’s Pass the future uellaiv ol tuis pia< r.
use fur the proja rty.
this wv«k, on his way to Yreka.
un easy terms.
circumstances we guess England won t
Messrs Downin’, Boynton, Beull and appiuat.on Small orders may be fil «•«! by
of this state that Oregon lias taken so
precipitate trouble, although the officials prominent a p«»<iti»>n in matters educa
J W. Hocxvrinitb, Asbi:in«l
177 a« r« s; 90 acres fenced and in cultivation.
Th« KH of KEl4 ami N W>,4 of bEM aud NE^
Oregon, died at Grant's Pass bust Monday, sociation directois at Jucksoiivi»«*. Monday
M’ uar F ink D oom A Lt mi ; i . k < ’«» .
of the “Black Diamond,” the «chooner tional, un«i it is an a ld-d satisfaction to ern
House, burn, or« hard, meadow, <»ne-hait' inter of KWt4 of s«*c. 15, tw p. .17 south, rang«* 1 « hb I.
ami was burie«i th«* following day. H«* had
(vent's Mohair Coats and Vests reduced from - $4 5«.' to 2 05 est
Grant*» Pass, Or.
m wnter-slitch ami wat«*r-nght, ami syst«*m c«»ntaining UiO acres. Ante!«»!»«* er«*« k runs
seised for illegal sealing, did show un know that our own Superintendent Mc b« « n sick for 5«>mctiiueund was about 70 years evening last.
irrigation by which 12.» term may be irri through this place; a gtatd stock-farm. Price,
bounded assurance in defying American Elroy, to whom is due the credit in large
btreain ol wut«r running on north $5.00 per acre. A g«»u<l investment.
engaged iu banting out lUO.UUO feet of lum
Arrrr Wire Up.
laws and regulations. Euglaml doesn't
ot the place. Ten inncs iruin coun
A. J. Strohvck« r. th«* affable dealer in ami ber bought at Aiken .« ?aw null by the Cen
measure of the exhibit, has been given, manufacturer
one and a half miles trom post-
want to get in the way ol the engine the freedom «>f the chivairic southern
A two-story brick house in Jacksonville,
75 office and and
tral Point planing mill company.
the premises, and through
and the poachers will find themselves city and dubbed “Major.”
Give him a « all when you n»*e«l anything iu
to 95 $13UU
30acrt*s. eacii room in the house*, from a living spring.
tie«*. R. Gallant has so!«! out I.is hard nothing ran surprise you more than ihe
without governmental support if they
<»n a full half block <•!
ware bminess to II.«'. Lewis of L (tie Butte rapid improvement that Vhill follow the use
13 acres s«*t in alfalfa, t»alance beat of vine-
C level \ ni >’ s administration laid the
65 to 25 yan!
continue their illegal depredations.
Th«* grand jury failetl t«» find an indictment
and «»retard lanu; hue, large spring of land, l‘Xl.\2UU feet in six«*, aud has all th«- fruits
charge iast Tuesday and will eon- of Fan’.a Abie. If you are trouble«i with
f«»r a family to us«*.
foundation for a tirst-cla^s navy an«l the i against the tramps arrested tor stealing s« v- wloitoo.
pure water on tiie tract. g«s»d lucatiun for a
articles from th«* rrsid«*nc** «»f o. S«*ve- duct tie business hi reader. Mr. Gal ant catarrh, ami have tried other medicine.«,
dairy with good outside rang«*; situated The pr«*niises now rent for $2U per month;
Tux interest of the public in the ad Democratic press of the country educat t*rai
sale. d« t« red pay
son of th«* 23-niil«* bouse, which was unvxpcct-
adjacent to the c«?rporate limits of Jackson
ministration methods, st-tecraft, cares, ed the publ'c min«! up to the require «xi to everyone.
iiieut at Hie marvelous aud iu>tiiiiaucous
ments to be s«*cured by a mortgage on tne
ville aud live miles iruin Medlord.
of the purchas
curative powers ut California Cat R-« ure.
anxieties and unlwimlvl magnanimity ments of the hour an I it really b »gins to
Perry McDaniel, who has been in Lake
♦4 f $h<W
160 acres. er. Tins i- a very «i«>irai>.< location, being
east of Hie depot and near the These remedies are not secret compounds,
of Abraham Lincoln is well illustrated look an thoilL’ti public
* • sentiment will county tor several y«*ars past, return«*«! home building
a visit this week. He had the misfortum* Baptist church, where lie keeps a nice as but natural productions of Cahfoiu a. Samples s«*nt, but you mu*t or«lcr lively.
in the fact that of several numbers of the compel the pn «ent administration to on
rigating ditc h with sufficient water to irrigate town- title’ pe*rfe*eM.
to have bis leg crush«*«! t>j a horse and went to sortment of mi hut rv goods, notions, cut b<dd at $1 a pu«*ICHge; three fur $2 *rx), and Summer
.V'i;/orizie containing the more carry out the ptogranime inapp- d out San Francisco t«> I»«* treated. Dr. Uuie repair lery groceries, tinware, etc. Hi« prices
guaramted by all diu^.gisi'».
tirst-clasa land. Situated on Evans creek, 23
i...cresting detail» of his life as recited by the Demooraey, an<i wo m.iy safely ed hid injuries in the b«*st possible mauner.
are reasonable, lie will also pay the high
A nice place, partly cue!«»sed, and a box-
etc., ¡trices hacked all to pieces.
mies truiu it. it. dc|»ot; good roads summer
the h<»uieivt<*ad claim of
by Messrs. Hay and Nicolay, 250,000 look to see one ol the finest navies afloat Senator Mitchell h«*l«l a conference during est price for eggs.
Jail Contract Let.
Sateens, French, quality 35e now 25c; 25c now 1t>!je 20c now 12ic; and wiuter. This is a bargain.
John McConnell, in sretioue ti aud 7. twp. 33
his recent visit her«*, ami as one of th«* r«*sults
copies have been printed. The success flying the I'nite«! States flq* within the th«r«'of,
containing 1««<J acre»*.
Mr. Dtsige will soon be appoint«*«! as
The county cennuissioners v-Jay cl< sed
15c now 10c, etc.
liynr iihi I hl<ihi>j
of these papers has been unprecedented next «L'ea.le. ILippily it will only be a post ma.**t«*r of Grant's Pass. This is a substan
All level land,rich bottom, and 15 acres under G«»od outside range for cattle. Price, $lu.UU
io the annals of magazine literature, and littie mure than three years until the tial victory for the Miller faction and is not are quickly given to every part of tliebody three double iron cell, or cag 's, to be lur- All Silk Lace Mitt*, regular price 25c now 1 le, etc. etc.
barn, «>nv-iiulf mile fr«.»m scliooihouse and ¡xwt-
ther satisfactory to many members of
now as the climax approaches the in Demix rats lesume control of the govern altoge
otttee. Seven nuics from railroad dep«»t. Situ
I he company
th«* Republican party, who de sire the* appoint bv Hood's Sarsaparilla. Tiial tired Iceldng nisi.nl the county for
126 acres, within 4 miles of G«»ld Hill. R. R.
terest in the recital becomes almost pain ment and the navy will doubtless be ment of anybody e lse besides a henchman e»f Is entirely overcome. The blood is purified, uorcis to tear out the wood-work of the THE NIMBLE NICKEL CATCHES THE Bl'LKY DOLLAR ated on Evans creek.
station, inqtroved with a dweiling-h«»use and
completed un ler the administration of the* wily H. B. M., who succeetls in manipulat enn. hid, and vitalized, uml carries Inalili jail, put in concrete IL or, cotrugated iron
stable, a bearing orchard of truit tr«*«*s. an«!
ing nearly everything to suit himselt.
567 acres, all fenced and in cultivation. It is known its th«* upper Rails ¡»lac«*, pric«* $11.00
instead ot t. - eee* to . very organ, the ceiling, and put up cell« free of cuarge.
the government by ita true friends.
situat«*d in the heart ot Rogue river valley,one per acre. Halt cash, balanc«* in one y«*ar; d<*-
C hicago , having taken in a large por
mile from Central Point depot. Three com lerr«*d pay niviits t«» be swcur«*d by mortgage*
I t is becoming more evident every day
KLAMATH COI NTY ITEMS.
appetite restored. The kidneys and liver
fortable dwellings and three tarns ar«* on this on property. A nice little home for somebody .
tion of the world’s surface recently, is in times like these that the business
Alt VICE TO 1OTHEBS.
are rou«e<l and invigorated. The bruin is
also an orchard of a choice variety uf
now after the world’» fair of ’«J2, coui- quartets ot all towns should be con
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Sy rup. for « hil-
relrohed. the mind made clear an 1 ready
truit. The soil is tree, rk-ii, black loam, an«!
Puc valley has a haunted house.
dren teething, is the prescription <>t one of
memorative of Columbus’ famous find structed of some material less inflam
will grow alfalfa without irrigation. Will be
Lota number«*«! one and two uf section 31, in
for work. Try it.
the best female nurses ami phyticians in
sold as a whole or subdivided into.» farm.« ol township 35 wuith. ot rang«* 1 w«*st; also flu* lot
ing of the new continent, and with her
mable than Wood. The immense losses lake.
200. io;. 270-avre tra« ts. There is no waste land numl*«T«*»i 1 of section 6. in township 36 soutii,
the Fnitc<l States, and has been used for
usual pertinacity and drive is apt to get in the score of towns on this coast that
Settle Vp Notice.
on this tract, and it is without question one* ot uf rang«* 1 west, containing in aii 96 ucrcs.
it. The wide, wide AVest is at her bai k, have this summer gone, up in smoke
tiie best tarins in Jackson county. For terms Price, $<i ¡»er acre.
All th se indebted to llie undersigned millions of imithers for their chi'dren. Du
and pric«*s call on or addn*ss the undersigned
and with a united press and a super shoiil I beget a sentiment in favor of present.
ring the process of teething it« value is in
at Medford, Oregon.
A comfortable* frame !»«»ust* with a v«-ry large
abundance of that quality winch is the
not tied to call ami settle forthwith,as I am calculable. It relieves the child from pain,
fireproof materials that would relegate ty tin« y« ar.
lot in Jacksonville, in a giswl n< ighborhtsid,
opposite of retiring modesty, tiie windy wooden structures to the residence
closing out my business and must have cures dys«mtery and diarrho*^ griping in
acres «»1 sugar-pine timber land, situated for sale un r«*as»mati|«* t«*rms; has a larg«* sit
W. L. Tiffany of Boston is still visiting in money.
N. F ish ».a.
the bowels, and wind-colic. By giving
city denizens stand a fair show of out quarter where the presence of surroumt»
in tin Rogue* river timber belt, and a tn>i-« lass, ting- ro«un w ith a g«*«>d lireplac«*. twog«M»d b«*d-
Linkville an«l vicinity.
double saw-mill, with turbine wh«*el, and r<M*ms an«! a kitchen, m g«>o«l well <»t wat«*r Mt
health to the child it rests tbe mother.
witting New York in the struggle fur the ing trees and shrubbery renders it possi
an abundance uf wTat«*r-p«>wcr. Mill capacity, th«* door. w«n»dh<»UH<*. etc. Price, $HX».
Price 25c. a bottle.
Paul Br« it« nst<*in ha« returned to Linkville
exposition. St. Louis is aiso an as ble to contiol any ordinary conflagration
10,000 feet pe r day. all complete and in A 1 run
pirant, but her chances are not brilliant. with little trouble. Extortiunutu as are troiu his sojourn at Dairy.
ning order. Also one blacksuuthshop ami
The pleasant ilavur, gentle action and
La mis in socti«»na7, 18. 19.20.29, and N^ of
t«M»ls, one intine barn, 40x60 feet, tw«» goes! box
E. Ball, late of Butt«* crock valley. Cal., is staitliing effects of Syrup of Fig*«. when in
section itt). in township ;>5 souln, rang«* 1 w «*st;
the rates <T the insurance compact on
houses, etc. 1‘riee, $4,500. A great bargain.
need of a laxative anti if the father or moth
I: is announced that Governor 1’en- this coast, the fact that many small com now l««*ate<J at Tyl«* lake, Oregon.
containing 1136acres; and lands in »«N tions 12.
14, 23. 24 and 35. in township 3$south, <»f range
Mrs. I. D. Appl«*gatu. of Dairy, has been at er Le costive or bib.»us the most gratifying
neyvr will t>e a candidate for re-election panies will this year go to the wall is ev
2 west, containing PAX) acr«*s. If h II of th«*
results foil >w its me, so that it is the best
Shovd ervi k «¡»rings for some tiun*.
next year, aud the public can rest as idence that the risk is even greater.
l<i0 acres; KX) acrc*sfenced and in cultivation ; alstvc-mentioned land should !»«* sol<i in one
tiv«* acr«*s in orchard; dwelling and barn and lM>dy, $6 p«*r acr«* is th«* pric«*. If soi«l in quan
L. W. Carr wa« buying cattle in P« m * valley
sured that they will knowtbero has been
should nave a hottie.
gooei tcnees. A first-class ¡»lac«*. Nine miles tities not l«*ssthan 40 ncr«*s, at $10 to $15 ¡»er
tor the San Franetsco niark«-t this week.
a race, after the campaign is oft*r, how
tn.in railroad depot. Price. $3200; twist birds acre, a«*<*ordmg to the quality and quantity of
REVI. ESTATE TRANSFERS.
St-winy Machinr for Salr.
'Di; "Stai ” a<lv<M*atcs the erection of a wind
ever it may terminate, if any IE mocrat
Is desired and admired by all. Among
land s»»l«l. Terms, one third cash Mt film* «»f
THE t’NBEflSlGNEII HAS TAKEN t'P. \T cash down ; balance on easy terms.
mill to force vs .iter to t he top of cemetery hill.
A lir«t « lass st-wing-ina« bin»*. Wheeler
sale, balance on tim«* t«»suit ¡>urclias«T; »U*fcr-
tn the state can be elected to the guber
Siip« rvisor J. E. Ilarmon of Yreka visit«*«! Wilson’s New No. n . with ail the latest ini-
one «lull niiir«*, bran«l«*ti **P” on left shoulder,
natorial chair l'eiinoyer is tin* man, for
210 a< res adjoining tin* corporate limits of »*d pay incuts to be* secured by a mortgage <»n
Klamath « wunty last week, looking after hi« i/roveinents, whicu has been used but very
with small star in forehead, and snip on no«e; the thriily ami growing city ui Medford, all th«- piM-iiiis«*». This lam! is mostly slightly roll
he thoroughly won the confidence
beauty is the daily
timb« r claim.
ag-«* about IB years. Also one yearling colt, fcnc«*d ami in cultivation; a go«Ml dwelling ing «-lay soil, and is among the b«*st truit lands
ittle, is offered for sale < heap. For fur
UTE WILL SELL THE Fof.LOWING LINE iron-gray in color, with bah! fare, and three house and a very larg« barn; small orchard. in Jackson county.
rural population by his bold stand on the
Th»*’’Star” of last w**ck contains a<l«*scrip- ther parti« ular.' enquire at ihe T imes of
>1 «»f gootis at *»ur «tor«’ in Sam’s valley, tor white le«it. running with mure. The owner is There is no wast«* lan«l on this place; the (soil
question of taxing municipal bonds ¡.tit
Vigor. No matter
nrtich* concerning Linkville that is inter- fice.
Cash, at Cost ami Freight,
r<*«|u<*sted to taketb«* animals away am! pay is a rich, black loam and free, easy t<» culti
360 ii<-res, m«*stly fcnc**d, and impr«»v« d. a ill»
year, when the BurtlanJ eoutin-’crt were
what the color of
nil damages mid vxpeiMes.
vate nn«l v«*ry pr<»ductivc. This tarm will be a dweliing-hous«*, ami a gotxi larg»* barn, with
endeavoring to establish a piece lent
the hair, this prepa
suiidivided into 50-acre tracts, if desired. a living spring uf water near th«* d«»«»r. m-ar
School Books Exchanged
IP cent fires in the neighborhood of IJnk-
Etna, Oregon, July 31, ltW.
Price, $50 |>er acre.
that would eventually enslave the peo
Antioch school h«»ubc, ¡»rice $20.UU p< r a, re. A
ration gives it a lus
vilie have caus»*d some datnag**, one rancher At the Citv Drugstore. Readers exchang
lur ing ul»out sun rails.
tre ami pliancy that
ed free. For further particulars apply at
200acres—known as th«* H«x-k«-njos or Col
adds greatly to its
ThomasJ. Burke, hospital steward of Fort drug store.
To make room for our large, new Fall and
lins’ ¡»lace, about three mil«*« from Medf«»rd,
Ia«nd in s«.x*ti»»n 3C, township 35soiith. range
I r is now t‘X|« < ied that Itie wheat crop
Klamath, died of heart disease on the 31st ult.
charm. Should ihe
on the Pluruix and Eagle Point road, contain 2 w»*st;
sections ;»1 ami the s«*uth
H was a middle-aged man and left no family.
ing 140 acres of rich tanning laml, ail under half of »♦ cti«»n 30. township
of Dnkuta will b<> SO,000,(KM) trn bcls
hair be thin, harsh,
Ji» south, rang«* 1
fence, with comf«»rtable h«>us<* and gttod barn,
■hurt—not hall the ordinary |>rodu< tiun. ii
west, containing 150U acres; all fencml with a
au>l Samuel Walker, of Bonan
dry, or turning gray,
new* «»uthouses, well, etc. This place lies well good
riv< r. Wil’
za, were art' stc«| by Sherifi (’hilders last Fri
A grout drought has prevailed over most
to th«’sun, is well drain«*!, and well adapted be s«»l«l ch« ap in lots to suit pur« lms«-rs,
Ayer’s Hair \ Igor
da.\. charged with th** recent stage robbery
of the territory dm injc the past month,
If ONEY TO LOAN ON LONG TIME AT for eith«*r truit or farming land. Plenty of at ¡»ric«t» according to aeivctlous mad«*.
near that place.
timb« r t«.r all uses with ¡»lace. It issituated
31 Low Ibi tes «ui lt«*al Estate Ke«*urB y.
and the only fair yield is expected to be
I within one and three-fourths niiivMof Phcenfx
color, bring out a
< ’nil «»n «»r addr« ss
Mrs. Deskins fell from the steamboat into
in the valley of the Red river. So bad
i rui I road depot. Can «w»ily be made on«* of the
A No. 1 grain and stock farm of 320 acres, 5
the river in ar K* no, a few days since, and her
new growth, and
1« the situation that there are fears of a
Point railr<aid station ami
husband jump***! in to save her. NeithercoiiM
render the okl soft and shiny, Fur
six miles from M«*dtor«i railr«»ad stati«»n; all
Medford. Oregon Price, $32 50 per acre.
famine, and the gras« is so dried tip both
swim, but were fortunately rescued b> the
c in l«»s«*d w llh a tnm^rail
keeping the scalp clean, cool, ami
timely arm of others.
in Dakota and eastern Montana that ar
lone«*, ami ail under cuiiivati«»n. lmprov«*d
healthy, there is no better preparation
rangements have tieen made to take
liiO acres: 100 fenced ; 45 in cultivation; eight w ith a small dweiking-h<»use, a barn JUtiMI l< « t.
John M' ldrum. latherot Mrs. W. S. M<»<»r<*.
in the market.
ot I.inkvilie, died at his home in Oregon City
acr«* of alfalfa; y«»ung orchard of .too ch«»ice larg«- granary, a g«HMl spring which furnish« »
away larite numlieisof the entile which
variety of truit trees; small vin«*yard; good, plenty ot water for d«*m<*sti<* and st<*< k pur
hut Satunlay, aged «1 years 4 months and fi
ordinarily feed on the ranges there and
“ I am free to confess that a trial of
Deceased was one of the <*arli«*st
new dwelling-house, barn and <»uthouses; poses. Tl”s larm is »use»-ptii»i<* of bcina divid-
Ayer’s Hair Vigor has convince«! me
transport them toother points.— A. j .
running wat« r through th«* farm; good oul- •*d into two, thr«M* an«! tour farnis, as rv«*ry
pioneers of Ungon, having come to tin statt
that it is a genuine article. Its use has
rang«* for st«*ck. Thirte«*n mil«*« from rairoad acre of it is g«»«»d laml and n«-ar a m 4 mm >I and
depot. Price tor crop and tarm $ZJOOO
postoffice. Title ¡»<*rf<ct. Pric«*. $50 p«T acre.
not only caused the hair of my wife and
It. E. Fairchild, of Kcno, son of John Fair
T he last Oregon legislature enacted
daughter to be
child, of Butte creek valley. < i<|.. who hud his
that a tax nut to exceed two-tenths of a
leg broken some weeks ago in two places by
160 acres—100 fenc«!, 50 acres In cultivation,
A farm of 124 acr«*s. all level laml, tour miles
mill ne levied on all pro|>erty, to raise a
his father s big jm k falling on him while out
railroad station, all fenced
«. Arnold; 640 riding, is now able tub* aliout again on his
fund for the relief of indigent soldiers
plenty ot first -class garden land, aii rover«**} l>) with a rail f« n<*<* and over lut)acr«s in cultivn-
with a duelling.
and sailors who served in the war with
tache a respectable length ami appear
from saw-mill, on« mile trom scliool-hous«*, Imus«* 24x24 !'«•« t with four namis, a tarn 20x28
«>ne day lately rain fell in totients on the
Mexico, the rebellion or in any of the
ar a k « hr ! hc I mmi I,
ance."— R Britton, Oakland, Ohio.
headuf Sprague river. Sivan and in Silvt r
Indian wars of Oregon, Washington or
in splendid cunditi»»n, buildings only fair,lum two g<i«Hi w< llsu| wat< ram! go«*»! outshh* range
lak<‘ vallv>. lasting for about six hours
fur stock. Gov<riitn« nt title. Price. fci5U0t ash.
Idaho; also for the widows and children
Bridge < r* • k. at Hiivi r lake, tb*od**d its banks,
IF YOU WISH A COOD REVOLVER
any assistance from my w ife, either).
depot. Price. $21X10. crop iu» iu<icd.
and h force (>r men was required to confine
of such. No ex-soldier or sailor can la-
I tried Ayer’s Hair Vigor, using only
the water!«» its <*hann< I. a qiiantit> of hay
sent to the poorhouac without the con
A comfortable tram«* hous<* in Ja< ksotiviliv.
one bottle, amt I now hav»* as tine a
was ruined for th«- A. L. firm.
120 acres -60 acr«*s fencixl ami 30 acres in cul Size <>! i»»t, 52x274 t« « t, has a stabh* and <»ther
sent of the commander of a Grand Army
head of hair as any on«* could wish for.”
tivation; five acr«* in alfalfa, small »»rchartl. out-hons«*s. an assort hi « nt ot fruit trees, lias a
—R. T. Schmittoii* Di ks«»n, Tenn.
A iiounft l.rynl Dpinion.
l>oat. The act also provides that the
dwelling-house, small barn,«t<., running water good w« 11 of water at thed»s»r. Price. $¿450
anti th«* first choice of all
nun of ISO be allowed by the county to
E. B.iitibridge Mnn lav Esq., County
“ I have nsed Ay«*r’« Hair Vigor in mv
through th«* place. Price, $1UUO.
experts. In cahbr«js 82.
38 and 44-1'11 Binglo or
Attv < lay to., j>x ,
family for a numb«*r of years, ami re
pay funeral expeMM ot veterans of any
Th«* F. M. Frc«!«*nburg larm. situated in s«*c-
Eiectrif BitUusuith most happy result«
gard it as the best hair (»reparation I
of the above wars.
raerlt«s and Target models.
330 acres—280 acr»*s fenced ami 150 acres in ti«»n 15. t«»unship3ti south, rang«* 3 wot, con
know of. It keeps the scalp clean, the
Beat quality wreaght
My brother al«.» was very low with mabii-
cultivation, good house, barn ami outh»»u*« s. taining I.A» acre»; alsitit 44) a«*res fenced with a
The Chief Rrm« for the great iuc -
■teel, carefully insiMn-u-d
hair soft ami lively, ami preserves the
lai fever and j.iundivv. .«ut wa*» rund by
g.Mwl orchar«i and vim-yard, severul larg«’ gtHsi rail fem*«* am! m ciiltivati<»ii, balance un-
llox. C has . W. JouNsro.s
original color. My wife has us«-.I it for
iim»’iv u«e ut ibi« me i ciue Am satHtL-ii eess of Hood's Sarsaparilla Is found in the
i springs, atfonling ¡»i«*nty ot w ater for gard«*n impr«»ved land; two springs oi wat« r. one near
finish» durability and
not be derived by cheap malkable iron imitations
a long time with most satisfa« torv re
1.1- t I B.tterx « «V« d hl« hf»<’ Mr. D. I article Itself. It Is merit that wins, and the
lowed to serve out his term as register
10 acr«*s of timothy mctvluw; six th«* hi » uh «*; Rogu«1 rn er t«»niis th«* west« rti
often sold for the genuine article. They are unre
I I i irrigation.
mil«-« from Grant’s Pass. Price $51110. wgr«*at boundary of this place. lnipn*v«<! with a
tact that Hood’s Sarsaparilla actually ac
of the Roseburg Land otlice, a- he is a
liable and dangerous. Th«* S mith & Wassos Rs-
bargain. Terms, one-half cash, talance on dwelling 14x^4 fret with 4 ns.ms, slud Imrn
gentleman above reproach and a suitable
17x36 feet and «*tiu*r outbuildings. Thia place
name, a«ldrt**s a nod atm of patent«, an«l are guar-
he would hive d.td, La l it not been lor has given to this medicine a popularity and
rates and with dispatch.
“ Mv hair was becoming harsh and dry,
nnterd perfect. Insist upon having them, and if
is on the east aid«* of R«*gu« riv«*r, 44 4,f H mile
man for the position can not easily lie
llew Thoma.- Williams Had Great Luck.
Elec*tne Bitter«. Tm« great remedy will
y««ur <l«*afer cannot supply you, an order sent to ad-
tn»m Gold Hi!l railrtaui -tation. G«»v< rnni< nt
found. It Simon Caro gets the place of In hol linv a t i.-k r winch drew tin 425,00prize ward utr, xs Av I as cure all mal r al dis
dress bekiw will receive prompt attention. Descrip I PROMPT ATTENTION* given to al! business Grant's Pass, will besul»dix id<xi in 10«*r 30-acre title. pri«*c $2,500. Terms, <»n<*-half cash at time
Hair Vigor it grew l»la< k ami glossy. I
tive cAUUugue and prices upon application.
receiver as seems probable, we would ul tin Mac drawing of the l.-.idsiana State eases, and .«.»»- al kidney, liver and st« Ili
salt* balance on <»nv year’s time, tola* s<*.
SMITH dk WEMriBN,
Lolt.-ri . lie was toiiii-l at Ida work in tin- adi disorders atami« um q ialed. l’nct öüv.
curud by a inortgag«* on the prcuiiM-s; <*r all
recommend Mr. Johnston to form tin* J,
feel.” — Mabel C. Har«ly, Delavan, III.
irrisoli Iron Works, where he hits been eta.
at option of uurctaser.
habit of wearing ear-muffs early in the ploy.sl for j ears as a nailer. I was iinauecess-
LAND AT BEDROCK PRICES.
Rheum and all Humors, Dyspepsia, Sick
Parties wishing to purchase any of the m I m . vc
#K“I hav«* Great Bargains tooff<*r an«l it will
action, as nothing, barring a boiler- nil In eapturlmr anytlilmr. lait kept on 11111,1
ShortnrMH of firrnth.
la-fore the Mai drawing, when I sent two <iol-
Headache, Biliousness, overcomes That
|mj you to examine m\ list carefully Iwfort laml-. can stop otf at M«d1«>rd. u hei • th« \ w1l!
factory or a shingle mill, can exist fur lars
________ __________ ——I maybe fbnnn on
STS» ii«-.-» of unfinprov.st hind, :» acres <>r purcliM«ing elsewhere. If you have any i>r<»p- I»« in« t at th«* railroad «1« ¡s.t on th« arrival of
to M. A. iMuphin,
w Orleans. La . and
Dr Flint's Retutdy sliouM be taken at Tired Feeling, creates an Appetite, strength
fil.» nt Gto. P. I which is prairie bind and th.- balance ir.H.l ertj for sale, couie and ho «* me and I w ill^d«* my trains by Messrs. Wrialey & Co., ual ««u
any great length of time when brought i eei-lvt-il a one-tenth tnk.t nmiila-ring
OUCI- »lien »litiht rx> r’i< nor a l.a.-iy m.ul ens the Nerves, builds up the Whole System.
_----------- ___ _____ _____ I Rowt ll a C o ’S
timber land. All in.'sl fruit amt grain land,
tat«* ag«*nta, who will couv« y th«m in g.a»d
for j <»u.
into daily contact with Simon s fog-horn TI h -drawlmr t.s.k place vt.iy Iltli.anTontln- p . h I i . c ...
.rut.-. . I br* ai h .. a pain in
Newspaper Advertising Bureau GO sprues | will, two II viiik springs of water. Four mil.* taut
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Ma*»
ITth I 1< armai t hat ticket
had drawn the
Hood*. Narmparilla is sold by all drug
Office next door to Gram! Central Hotel, ahuiM t<» any of the lands I hav«* fur sal«* free
voice. Vocal modulation was not ex- »2Û.UUV prize.—isteubciivilk o.' Herald, June 111' rt-iU in <>( the heart. S, n.l f, r treat, hc
If fill IF
of ctaige for conveyance.
Medford, Or« guu.
gist«. *1; six forts. Prepared by C. I. Hood
Hee. Mack Drug Co., N.
tensively taught where he was raised.
k Co., Apotbecules, Lowell, Man,
A A A T
GENCE, STRENGTH. 1
o O ri VJ VJ J—«
NOT TOR THE PURPOSE OF GAIN,
It is All in the Thermal Belt,
TINIIS TO BUY ! !
NEXT THIRTY DAYS
HARVEST TO QUICK BUYERS
Address, 0. H. GILMAN,
RED HOUSE TRADE UNION,
AT COST L AT COST Ì
Abundant and Glossy,
Conveyancing ¡¡1 all its Branches.
Ayer’s Hair Vigor,
REAL ESTATE AND IMS AGENCY.
Jackson County Securities Bought