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.JACKSONVILLE,OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1889
Baby one Solid Rash
MORRIS M. HARKNESS
x rroltNEY AND OH’NSEI.HIt .
<nn«-e in Ahir» buiMing. Front Street.
ATTORNBY ANI» COUNHEMtll AT I. VW.
GRANDEST & LARGEST COLLECTION
DE NEW SUMMER
DRY AND FANCY COODS,
Will pnu tice In all court« of the State
m the Court Hou»e, third <k»»r to left
J. R. NEIL,
FURNISHING GOODS. HITS,
ATTORNEY and COt'NSEt.oll AT I.AW.
BOOTS ani SHOES,
prw<*t!cc In all courts of the rtat»*.
the Court H"U«»*, firnt diwir to h’ft
READY TO DELIVER OCT. 12, 89.
H. K. HANNA,
Cured by Cuticura.
Everybody Should Go and Sec* the
P. P. PRIM,
Our o!d«*»»t child, now aix y< am <>f ax«*, when
an infant nix nioitth*» «»i«i waa attiu kt-d with a
virulent, nu»liKn»*nl akin diwuae. Ail ordinary
reined!«* failing, we called our family phyaf-
cian, who attempted to cure it: hut it apread
with alinuet iner»*dil»lc rapidity, until the
l«iw«*r portion of th»» little follow’H person,
frpm the middle of liir* tau’k down tohiakne«^,
was one soli«! nudi, ugly, |»»iinfui, blotchedana
malicious. VV»* had no rent at night, no pear»*
|»> day. Finally, we wen* adviaed t»> try tin*
(irrn t’RA R emkuuck . Tin* «-ffeet won »imply
marvcliotis. In three »»r f«»ur weeka a rom-
ph lc euro *a»< wnaigi»!. h'aving th»* little fvl-
Liw a i»vn*on uh white and healthy hh thoiiirli
he |ij»u never been attacked. In my opinion,
ymir valuable reoMrtiea waved hia life, and to
day h<* in a KtroUfiT, ||«*ulthv child, p«rf«i’tly
u»*ll. no repetition of the difU-aae hayii^g ever
GEO. B. SMITH.
Att y at U»w and Ex-Proa. Att y, Aahland, o.
Boy Covered with Scabs
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Th in />ooA
III if st rutes the \cfv
Will practice in ail courts of the State. Office
I11 Orth's brick, up-ttairs.
Cli<*tip loi* <
J. J. HOUCK,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND (UNVEYANCER.
HUI, Orey.H. _
irtn attend to ait txialneaa in my line with
l>rnmptnrre and «t reaooimtil«' rutes.________
WM. M. COLVIC,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
My b«»y, ag«il nine y« nrs, Ilan been troubled
all his lite with a y<TV bH«i humor, which ap
peared all over hi» bodv In »mal! red |jlotch«*f
with a dry white s«*ub «»n th«*m. L hhi year h«'
wuh w«»r»4e than c’-r, beinv covered with
■«•alls from th»* top ‘x!1’*
,o 1**H f<*ct. »»n»|
*Hh*n»Kh t»’* ha<:
bren trented by tw«. physician*. A h a last re-
Hurt, I determined to try the <T tu ’VI< a B e . me -
Cminfrv Pi'odu«'»* i»«H'ght and tk»l<l; also noi i » ies . and am happy to say they did all that I
Hid»*. Finland D» « r Kkina. S»lit it «»nl« is f«»r could wish. I’Hing th«-m according to «!ir<c-
th»ns, th»* humor rapblly diHapiwarcd, h*avlng
the skin fair and mho .»th, auJ performing a
thorough « »ire. The » i Ti« i i < a Hr.MKniKs ar»«
< alitornia Street. JackHonvIlh-. tir all >«»u claim to|* thenj T1“’} !»P‘ 'forth their
weight in g«»hl.
GEORGE F. LEA VI ri’, And«»v< r. Man*.
It •member, these goods hit new and i>t»uglit
since tlie war in rail rotiti rate« and arc M<»hi
Styb s ui
Will |>nu-tlre in «liti»- court« of tliç
ITomsnitinx Attorney for Lirst Judicial
Diatriet. Offlee in Court-hou.e.
ft desc ribes the New Dress Goods, and Illustrates a Handsome Line
of Toilet Cases. Boy»’ Wagons. Horses, and many Standard
Toys, New Jewelry, Etc., of interest to all.
The new B1< mm I Purifier and purest un«l tust
<»f Humor H« finiii«'s. int»*riially.and(T ticcha ,
thr gn-at Skin (’lire, and <rit«»i<\ s «> ai ». an
rviuisil»* Skin B«i»utitt« r. « xt« rnally. sp« «il-
ilv. p< rmanrntlv. nn«i »i'onnnil»ally cur»* in
ràrly lif’- it< hiujr, burning. I»h*«-dinir, Mealy.
«•rwMttii. pimply. M<*r«»ful«'UM. and luT*siitary
imm<»n< witii f.w.< of hair. B» iim avohling yrarw
,»f tortili« and dietU»>« »ti’** Par« rite. r«-m< m>
l,rr fili* t’urr« in « hil lho**! nr«* permanent.
Sold » vm vwhere.
Price, t 'CTB CKA. .ÌU
S oap 2T m *.; Itixu.vr.M. $1 l’r< par«il by tin*
PoTTI Il l»HI O AM» <1'1 Ml Al. < ORI’OKATION.
2tr s< -ml for "Itow K» » •»».•»• s^in bu> um s, U
pages, jit illustiation*. mi’4. l<J0 t«-stiiuoi»ia!B.
—TO GET YOUK—
— IMANE IN —
Office in Layton & Co.’« brick, upnlair*.
THE BEST STYLE
C. H. GILMAN,
J. N. PHILLIPS,
COUNSELOR AT I, aw ,
THE LOWEST RATES
Aching sulcn a:i<l Back. Hip. Kid
dry. and I’UTin«* Pain*. Rheumatic.
Sciati«*. Neuralgic. Sharp, and SI mm H-
mg Pain*, KKi.uvrn in <•*» minitk
by tllv ClllCVIlA AlirpALX 1 l.Ab1».h. Sb Ct*.
D. CRONEMILLER I SONS,
INLOW * ASHPOLE,
CEO. DE BAR, M. D.,
F U Y S I U 1 A N
ANI» S U R G E • » N.
R. PRYCE, M. D.,
AND 81' Il G E I» N.
DR. A. J. LAPPEUS.
I’ K Y 9 I C 1 A N
AND » V H 0 E O N.
«Vetrai Point, Oregon.
Coll« «Hended dey or night.
P H Y
I <’ I A N
Couiidt'le ».Hermit and Intentai Treatment
A N 1) S I’ R G E O N.
H. OATMAN. »Ut'< E«SOIt IOJ. O. HAM-
»1 • uk»*rA(’o. of Bonanza. Klamath county Or.,
haw puri lia-iii a large and tirM-t’laMM Mtn k of
<» o <1 h wltK'h ar«* now (»tithe way fr«»m Portlanti,
and will «»” •«»Id (‘heap for 4 H»h. Ev«»ryho«ly i«
invited to i-.nli at.d examine goode und price« b«
fore purehaNing ••1*’ where. You car. k I wiijh find
on hand a full bne «>f
Clothing. Boots and Shoes
Groceries, Hardwi re
Spremi attention given tol’hronlc Ifis< as« s.
MOST REASONABLE RATES
A. C. CALDWELL,
MECHANICAL AND OPERATIVE DENTIST.
BEEKMAN & REAMES’
rar Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Nitrous »»tide Gu-sa»l»»»inist« r<xl forthepa il-
Irss extraction of tv« th.
Ilf” office over th«* Ashland Bank.
and everyth i ni? generally t«> be found îr •. first
ci Mb* Country Store.
J \S MOK TON. Manager
Bonanza. April H lb#8. »
YAQUINA BAY ROUTE
E. P. CEARY, M. D.
in H-iiiiliu'* BLxk.
E. B. PICKEL. M.
Shout Iain« to
PHYSICIAN A N D S f K 0 E <• N.
,'alts prompt!; Attended to lh»y or Night,
onice on II »treet.
FREICHTS & FARES THE LOWEST
OR. W. STANFIELD,
K L ECT 1 C P H Y S 1 C I A N.
The On-gon Paeitl«* St<-f»inh««Mts <>n th«'WillMiiu tt«*r lliv« r hivision will Irin
H m located in Ashland, Or., for th«* practice s’«»ith-hound. Moibinx. W«-tlm stlav an«! Fridav at 6 • t ch»< k A M . ai fiV’-at < orva'lis. Tin s.la>.
or his profession. Maki's ¡»II chronic dis‘ iia« H, TlmrsilMV anti Satur«iny Mt 3;.J0 I*. M. L'-av - »'orvMllis. fortn-t».mint, W« «In* ««lay Mini l‘i i<la>.
such as Rheumatism. Asthma, Bih-s. Kidnty at s A. >(.; arrive Mt Port hind Tucwhiy, Thursday and Suturduy at 3..JU P. M.
4'oinpluiiits, Hr., a sp*x*ialry.
On M««ndi»y, W«Nin«-s»lay and Friday l»oth n>»rtli and s«»uth-houn>i boats He «>wr night id
Salem, leaving th«-r«« at H A. .M.
BENNETT. M. D.,
THI. I \l»r.lL<lt;\l.l> II AVE FOllMEIl A
1 eopartm r*hip with an autli -,7.» n | capital of
t<>r the pnrj»os«‘of < u r \ ingoit a Gviivr-
ai Banking Bu^im-s* in ail of it* Iminclu-N in
.la« ksonviile, Oregon, office nttheold stand
ot Be< Linau's Banking lions«-, S. E. porner Cal
ifornia and Third Rtrecta.
» . C BEEKMAN’.
THOS. (i. REAMES.
K»*«*p.« the largent Ht«»rk of
C. C. HOCUE,
C. H. HASWELL
Gen l F. üi 1’. Ag t. O P. K. It. < <>,
tinn'l F. X P. Ag't, Oregon lh»rel<>pment < <».,
K4 Muutgoruerj St ..8an Francisco, ( al.
brant »rat». Oregon.
Medford Roller Mills
PHYSICIAN. 9CKGUJN A ACCO« ! HEl lt.
Prurcaaionalcall» promptly att«-nd<«l today or
Con«ultalion« In cither English or German,
other au-l rewldenw on California "<re*-t, cor
ner of Fifth street.
DAVIS & FRANCE,
$ 5»«» fio p«*r WO
10 *• IH '• “
nt' Ti• • •-
hi ** “
■ i shrubbery ttirniMiidi reasona-
ONLY FULL ROLLER PROCESS MILL
in Stiiitlu 1 u < u 1 g'»n. TI k * hu mills are now manufm turiiig tlm l>« st grmle of flour « v«*r off» r«*«l
to th«« trM'b* in tiii>« »«M’tion ami art- prepam! to till all «»••»(• r- tor flour, mill !«’<il, « t«-.. oil nliort
Ar»» now prepari»»! to furnish the best <>f music notic«’. All or«l»*i> by mail «>r in p« rson.will r«*e«*ive prompt ntti-iifion.
for public or print» Fait ita». Ball»*. Picsics. Ar ,
ar nnjr rs»int on the «’"Mt.
All th« new p«»puiar music is phy*d by this
Having employed r Isrg»» number of musicianR
A. A. IIASIIOK.
wh ar» able to furninh any nnmlter of band*. J. E SMITH.
Any instrumenta or a t aller fnrnished to <»ther
banda. All orders by mail or telegraph pr«»mpt-
lv attended to. Terms alvraj« reasonable. Ad-
Test *he Flour and You Will Use No Other.
SMITH & BASHOR,
« heat land to lease for
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
<><>!<! Ilill, Oregon.
OST HF.AI»A<TfES i»n«l all <’ol Gils can
berurrd by ii - jujt tS. B. Il medi» * tn -
By the Thousand !
ill. I NDI.HS1GNED IS NoW TAKING OR-
tl'Ts through Jackson and Josephine »•«•un
FRUIT TREES & SHRUBBERY,
Any kind relat'd in a first-clasa Nursery*.
Th»»s« wanting tr« « H will do well to giv»* m»*
th« ir <,r«h us. ns I u ill guarant<*e satisfa« tion.
I warrant all m\ tn «>. if |»r«»p» i ly eaml f«»r.
r« rms <»f pityin« nt < nsy. Produce taken at
market price. bMAJlbs. of Peueh S«*»i! v anted.
A. S JOHNSON.
Jacksonville, Oregon, Aug. I, 18H3.
AGENTS FOR GOLD HILL TOWNSITE.
J. C, CARSON. ,S87
Sash. Doors, Blinds
L E. II oovfk .
A. A. Boss.
w. H. Tnum.
W. It. N h . ho . x .
W. B. TAYLOR * CO
Manufacturers of nini Dealers in
WINDOW IND PLATE GLASS
A full line in «tock of
GENERAL HOLDING MATERIAL.
Estimai. « alai prie.-list sent on npplieatlon.
"I NTRY ORDERS A SPECIALTY.
Fu< lol} ul W. Mlir's Mill. Sali sroi.ni« cor
Third amt E str. els, Portland, Oregon.
VAWTER A WHITMAN,
1*1110 Ijiii»il»«‘»• n, Mp«^<>inlty!
CITY BARBER SHOP.
t ALlFtlHNIA STREET.
p.iv >.l ibs-.L.sei tiro cured by
s p< -i vcrtri; u -o of Ayer’a
Ti-.- ’i Ii. :w i- an Alt. iiitivc. and
al change in th»* .\\Mt»*m.
.•>«,, in some < <i'< s, may not be
/ i*c so rap:.I as in others ; but, with
ITsist u«*«*, the result U evrtuin.
Ih a»l these testimonials .
“ F r two years t suffer»*«l from a se-
;mi in my right sab*. au«l ha«!
: t »ub|«’s « aux.- I by a torphl liver
AfT<*r giving several
n<*‘ .i fair trial without a cur«?, I
i to t.»ke Avar’s Sarsaparilla. X
•« •¿rt-atlv biUM’tited by the first !>ottle,
. iftfi taking tiv»* liottlrs I was cotu-
i\ < un*«l.” — John W. Beusou, 70
* •. ;vu
at., L<»w«'ll, Mass.
• jst May a large «-arbuncle broke out
•ity arm. The usual r«*ine«iivs had dq
’ and I was confined to my bed for
,'it w«*»*ks. A frieu»l induce«! m*‘ to try
I>*ss than three
•l«‘s h< al.*d th«* sore, in all my expo-
•u«’e with m<*«hcin«*. I nAver saw moro
■•Ii- r markeil (.ffeet of the URO of tllil
me «.is th« Strengthening "f my
I’1 ..igs, I'exn«.
I Im.l H .try - aly humor for years.
aird'sulf. i. d trnibiy'; and.as mv broth-
rr uii'l sist«*r \v«*r»’ .Miinibirly atilicte«l. I
pr. aril” the in il.idv is licredilary. t..i«t
Tvn'.n, (d Fernandina,
I",» ,1 rrc.'inrnended n|e to take A)er «
tritili, ill I • .oit’nu.' it for a year
. HI..mil« I lisrk it daily. 1 hn■ e
n. I. >.I .i Irf.-itii ih •!|’< i>
'•••■Iy for tlie
* ... r. i.-e muntili ' — T U Miley, 144
I è er',. th st . New York City.
"I. :;t fill and winter I wa« troutded
n th a dull, h< avy piin in mv side
,i, i not n..:ie.. It tinteli at Ar"»- I*'" ■*
, I'lallv grew worse until it became
n O..«- imi... n atile
During tlie latter
potof tills time, disorders of tliestom-
a h imt liver increased mv trouble* I
I. mi taking Aver s S n «aparitla, and,
afur faitl.folli continuing the use of
Ii- in«* for some nmntlis, the pain
... ... ,r«.| ami I wsw ««»mpletely
Mrs. Augusta A. Fiirlmsh,
Or. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Viice tl ; »lx Isiit1' «. t «•
I’niil further notice, the following arc
the npi»4»intnu*nti for Cath»»lic services at
the <littrr»*nt staip’liH m southern Oregon.
On Ihe2<l Sundav of the month, ma** will
be «aid in Ja» k^onville at 10 a . m . vesper*
at 7 1* M. , on tlie 3d Sunday, services at
Gohl Hili tn new s< h o'-hoti>e in-tead
of at Eagle Point, as beretoforc; on
the 4th Sunday, inass
at 10 a . M.; on
mass at Grant's Past», at 10 A. M. ; on the I si
^utulay of each umnlh the 1>1 ma» w ¡I be
cplebrafcil at Jacksonville, at 7 A. M ; the
2«1 mass at Medford at 10 \. m .
Rxv. F. S. N oel .
'I he f< 11« whig are K» v. Walton Skip
worth’s appointment* for the pr< sent
year; Fust Sabbath of each m«»nth, Me«l
iord at 11 o’clock \ . m . ami 7 r. m . seroml
Sabbath. <'entral Point nt 11 a . m . >nd 7 r
m ; thir«l Sabbath, Metllord at 11 \. m . and
7 i*. M.; fourth Sabbath. Jacksonvdle at 11
a . m and 7 r. m . Sabbath school at Ja< k
Fonville every Sumlay at 12 m . ami prayer
meeting every Thursday evening nt 7
The following are Rev. R. Ennis’appoint
ments: On every Sunday morning, <x
repting the third, he Will hohi services at
the l’r» sbyterian < Lurch in Phtrnix; <»n the
third Sunday luornii g ami every Sunday
evening he will preach at the Presbyteriau
church in Jacksonville
Only Genalae System efMeresry Tralafn»
1 „ar Haaks Learned la awe readin«.
Mind waadertn« enred.
Berry efclld and ndnlt arently beneattrd.
(¡real induoecDODtN to Uorruspoadence ClasMM.
Pr >-st»ectui, with opinion* of !>r. Wm. A. Ihm-
mtmtl. tli« w<Tl<i fam»i! HperialiMt in Mmd
I? m i «" reenlcarTkemp.®1*, th.
■ jw| Buckleys
I’rnet.r, th. ('hritthan
lions tV. W o
’««»»« a «»
■■■■ w Gib««.,
» Jndnk P.
HrnlMinln,««'t'*h-r|h.r".lJri’.'.!irir.__ w w
“iÄÄDlÄE’iSF»Ki‘-oe- N. T.
Museum of Anatomy
i»XEY TO LOAN o\ I.oNG
Low Rate«* on Real Estate S»*euritj.
Call on or addrem*
CHAS. E. WOLVERTON. Erwidern.
J. W. CUSICK, Trrwmrer
CAPITAL STOCK, $500,000.
LL PEHHON3 KNOWING THEM8EI.VF8
Indebted to the «'state «»f Dr. J. H (’hit-
woo i by not« or book account, are hereby noti
finito «Hftle th* NaTne within the next thirty
«lays or render themselves liable to r«»*ts of Rnit
(’. B. WATSON.
Atl’y for Estate.
Ashland.Dr.,Oct 4. 1SBU.
J. R. WRITSMAN , Vice-President. A n t l. UNE OF THF. BEST .AND MOST
.a 111 «It 1. ,n a I il ' * cloth«. tlniHhiiiir«. etc., eon-
J. K. ELDERKIN, Her.and Mannger «tiintlv
kept on hand, und nothpiu lint tti«t-
s Insurance Company.
THE I XHEHSIGNF.D IS Fl’Ll.Y PREPARED
to du al Iw >i k in hi* line in the twat manner
ami at retiNonublc price*.
For sale at all drug stores.
ritrr inrii bt
For information reganfing priori» on own lots, improved city property <»r Inni’s.atldress a
above. « nclosinv Mump. Will convey inmiirers to their property and giv<* them all the in I or
»nation concerning the country, frer of »•ii^rge.
S.B.Medicine Manufacturing Co
Hay—$1.»(«ilfi per ton.
HopR—Quote rafk pej pound-
;t3<’ VP - dot
Potatoes—$1 ) er hundred.
Lard -Kegw, or gallon tins .
Oats—Murk« l ituproviug. Qu<»te 12(<i 13
Wool Quote spring l«’»if/l>k’: eastern
< )r«*gon l“’«r ! !<’ , lamb' aft'i fa'I. l(H'ril-'
Provisions Biuoti, 12»«/
, hams, !.'»«••
Wheat V*!l«*v.|! -•♦»H 22 Walla WaJu
II 15 a ctI
Barley— Brewing, uliol»-.
I1 •< r ton. $21 o'22
< orn- fl 50 per cental
Fl«»ur—Valiev siam|ar«1> quoted a! |3.>•>.
Walla Walla brands. $3 70
l*er«l Bran. »I.»(«?fl5 .50, short*.
chopped barley. >2’^22
Butter Quote extra choice creamery.
3i!(ii22c. fair lo cbuic«*. 20a25c; store. 13»»/
20c per !!•
wl.il» •‘•a’e. 3c;
tlressoil, O’aC; sheep. h * per th; «irc'^ed.
bogs. 1VC. 5r; V«‘i»l.
<2 •»•» t ach.
Poultry—Quote ehi< k« ns. f3(<£,3 .'«O. i«»r
young, ami $3 75 lor ohi. old «iiickM,tfi;
geese ffialo per dor, turK»’ys. 14c pci 1b.
Fresh Fruits— A pi» e>. 75« af 1 ; g'av»s.
fl 25*41 75 pet box. lemons. Mcily, l‘* V>«"
Hides—The market is weak and heavily
(¿note <lry hides S«r!»*. green
3»i4c. stircp, pelts, short wool. 2.'»(<^IOc. me
«hum 5O(«x70c long >«»«z 1 25. shearing I »<d
25c; deerskins, 25.130; tallow, good to
« hofi’C. I’ 3(«t.5.
Dr»c«i bruits—Sun-drie<l quartered a|-
ples.4«j5, factory bl ice« I fir. Oregon plums
3(gl. Oregon prunes 5(jiluc. pears HalOc.
pea» lies, Ha 15c.
K. a . n » banci . s *’«».
Wheat—No 1 shipping, |1
Barley—Feed, comnuni t«» fair, fi5»fi7e.
»food to choice. t»7«70c; hr* w ing. Nh a
Oats $1 no(ft|l 37 for common to choice.
Potatoes Peerless »jtjafib. Burbank seed
lings 5>5(<71 .’0; Garntt Chile, .55c; Early
Hops—Quotntions range from <».tS c.
Word—Humboklt ami Mend« <ino, 17a
20«* ;eastern Oregon. 13(&Ihe; valley, 19a22c;
tall, mountain free, 12e; San J«»a»juin ami
.southern. >.»1 lc.
Butter For good to fancy, quote 19a24e;
iy Quotations range from £(».»12 per
Hags -Slow, alfine.
Onions—OhiTÄC per r ental
Manilla« tarer of
i* vim*, fruit an«!
f<»r Hal«-, m*nr Freni»«»,
tbe cuunty-H**at <»f Freni» *ounty.
For purtlvularM applyV» I’.. B. VI’.ICRIN
4«J2 Kvariit j HirvM. San Francix <».
Late of California,
on the north went coast.
IV». have N ow ONE OF till. BEST Eyl Il’l’F.D FLOURING MILI.'» IN THF STA LE,
vf and the
OF ASHLAND, OR •»
VINES AND SHRUBBERY
W. H. SOMMERS, M. D.,
B oston . M tss.
1> H Y 9 1 C I A N AND S f K <
office at present at the Bagley Hotel.
T«» I*»* fi’*» ‘l from th«* «langeri of suffocation
whil«- lying <l«»wri; to hr» nt.he fr«’« ly. *«l« i‘p
Houmily »nd undistuilMii; t«> riee r«-tr<«•ti«il.
h« ad « íear. brain active and fret* from pain or
arile; fi» know that no poison«»us. putriti inat-
t< r d’-tBes li»v br« ath and i’ ts awa\ th»* deli
rate mat luiK-ry of sun II. t ,hteun«i h«*aring; to
ft « I that th«* system «loes n»»t.through itsveins
and art» ri« s. suvk up th«* poison that h sure to
utidrrmine an«i destroy, is ini'«*« «i a bhnfsing
beyond most human cnj«»v ni’-nts. T" l»ur-
rhii-r immillili !r >m such a at»- shouH b«-
III«1’liijrvt of till Ulltictni. I|;it li’*r u li<> ha\«•
ti M-d many reunifies and physiciansdrspuirof
n lief «.r « Ulf.
S\ n F««i(i>‘s R ai »I4 it. <i in: m< rts • V« ry
pli:»M-<»f <'atarrti. from .« MmpI«' h« a«l r«»l«i to
the most i«»atlisom«- ami «1«-trurtlv«* stag«*«.
It is locai ami «-«»list it ut fonal. liiMant in ri
li» 4 ing. p«*rmaiiriit in curing, sab . «x'oiiomi-
cal. and rarely tailing.
Sanford*» Radical litre for ( atarrli
Consists <»f one taittl«* of the Radical < ’»ire, one
in»« <»f Catarrhal Sol;»‘fit. and <»m* !nipr«»\«ii
lnhal«-r. norttlv wrupp«*! in om* pm-aag«*. with
treatise and dlr4*vtimis, ami s«»l«l by ail drug*
gists for $1.00.
house of Van Horn A Kobne, of San Fran-
ris< <>. Cal., »h alers in school supplier, in
E G. Hnnh. formerly of Roseburg, nt
present an examiner in tlie pension ottn e.
has been made h iraveling ex »miner, with
headquarters in California.
Klamath county is very rich in natural
advantage**. It contains over n million
acres oi timber land, over half a milli«<>i of
Krnzintc and 345,(MM) of fine farming land.
H. F Alley, who canvassed this section
for Wwllinp’s histt.ry, will have chirge of
the new paper to be starle«! at FL ren< e.
He Mill make things hum at Lnne county n
st a nort.
Samuel L. May, once secretary of stat»*,
who wns nrreated for emb< zzknient. fri»*d
and acquitted ufter a fierce contest, is now
in Chicago. His address is room X5, Reap
F. J. Bachelder, the popular Sm Fran
cisco jewelry drummer, was in a stage
ac. ideiit near The Dalles a tew days ago
and sustained severe injuries and a frac
G N’. Fraz« r, of the l’u^cne iron works,
has l»ecn at Ruwrburg lately and succeeded
in pnrcliNsing the plant of the foundry at
that place ami will cons« li late the two at
an early date.
7he number <jf brick buildings that will
go up in .Ashland from m>w to u<^t year
ttii-« time is c< u-t.intly increasing, ar «I wd
probably exceed the number ever pat up
hi Ashland any year before.
Portland “Sunday Welcome M J“hn <„’
Wrl< h, the t unable money order clrik Mt
the postollif e has tendered his resignation
of that position to accept one with a larger
salary in the Commercial National Bank
H E. llappvrsett. the Houlhern Pacific
biidgc superintendent between Eugene i«nd
Ashlat «i. with head* ¡u ar ten» at Roseburg,
lias indulge«! in a six-week’s trip to hh
old home in I’cnnsv Ivania. He has just r< -
turned lubis utlicc duties al K -seburg.
Harry Mtt’laUvn. wh( has b< en in Jack
sonville, nu t »»i h a painful accident ai ihe
Roseburg hot* l Mabk-s la’tily by getting
(l.e middle finjere of i'js light bifid caught
in I lie « «»gs of 4 tiny < •|»<»p| er The cn N «f
th<* tinger» w»rc badly lacerated ami the
nails torn oil,
Captain Mytnons. well known tn Jackson
ville. ami la’ely of the district enginte de
partment at \\ ashifigton, has gone to Port
land. and his friends in ttie capital city, to
appr«»( ristely show their regard for hinisdt
and wile, purchased two nn-guiticeut pres
ent* ami presented them to ine gentleman
Till: M iltK KI A.
NEW COODS, NEW PRICES
I 5«ii Idiiit;'
«»ffivvis William* Brick Bui Linux. »»p-Mtair*.
othce and mfateaoe on California Street.
Culla attcuded promptly day or nliflit.
HOW MY SIDE ACHES!
— IS AT
Lt ICAL JOTTINGS.
\\> un<ler*iiiii<| that J. E. Fenton wi-l lo
( <1). painful, blolrhed. malirinun. Mo reef l»y
<I hj . »>o
Portor« an«l ail cate in Spokane fwllM, about January 1st,
reBUMlie* Niled. irkd ( alirnra. Effort mar- for I lie practice of hi* profession.
irllouu. baied kh lift*.
J. S. .McCain nas tslabliabed a branch
SPRINCl 1889 SUMUlBl
RED HOUSE TRADE UNION,
Orunf'a I',«»«, Or-po«.
1« more eomplrte by far Uuux an, oth. r m
t> uillx rn oremm. «nd company fawrably
"Illi any n Ur-Job Priutlna uf < v. ri
linnrrlnaMe d.-H-riptior don., at Sau FranelMu
WM. ULRICH, District Agent. • • MEOFORD, OREGON.
Go and b arn how to avoid di»
»•aw. Consultation and treat
ment peraonaily or by letter on
spermatorrhea or gmital weak-
ncMesand all disea*«'* of men.
Send for book. Private office,
21 Geary St. < <>n»ultation free.
clans work turned out.
All ont, r« tlll,«l promptly Ht reasonable 4 l.L THOSE KNOW1M1 THEMSELVES IN
A debtedtoth. nnder«ifmed.either by noteui
rale« and «attraction iriiaiiiiito«l.
book account, er» hereby «arneetly requested to
,, ,, ,
and settle at thetr earlieat convenience. Ou’
MisDord. May 13.18,«p,
bua.nre.muat be cloeed. pBYCEà0EABÏ
RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
T OF l ER FOR SALI: MY RESIDENCE I’ROP-
X ert.c at Gold Hill, i-uiiHi-ting
to!«. ».-Il improved, a good dw<IHUg.|„,Us<-
outlailldiiigs. etc. D.-siring to InnHouthi rii
iiregoii for tin I., n. iit of mv In alili. I will give
ali) laide wishing to Invest at.mgain.
OcIB Hill, »(.Ft. ¡í 1®>.
51SA* ' UurG E-
Medford. May 12 IM».
$100,000 TO LOAN
AT EIGHT PERCENT. PER ANNUM. FOR
" For li.area’. «»kf, »hit doe« your mothei
do to you chit lr a tant Slake« yo 1 »o hungry?”
“Please, auntie, .be give« us Joy’« Vegetable
Sarsaparilla and It*« awful good.”
T. s. Milton of 511 Post street, Sau Francisco,
writes: “I had been ailing for We«ka with a
disorder of tlie liver aud kidneys. Finally my
wife, becoming frightened, procured • bottla of
.’Th« California Remedy’ — Joy's Vegetable
Sarsaparilla It cured me right up. In fact did
so much for mo that I scut for a half d<>t«n and
gave it Io rnr children, with tha most aatla-
TO DESTROY FREIT PESTS.
gl exhale a littj : rixus .
Tho bulletin« previounly issued by
the Oregon Gate board of horticul
I can explain the result of the recent
ture have been devoted to washes
adapted for summer use, when tlie tree» election«, not only in Ohio, but else-
are in foliage. At such time» eare is ne where, on no other ground« than the
cessary that the «trengtli of the wash alienation and disaffection of alargo per
■hall not be such as will injure the foli centage of the soldier vote on account,
age or lender, growing branches, there not so niui li of Tanner’« removal as tlie
fore t»,c results are not as satisfactory uh change of the Tanner |>olicy to one less
tliey would be if stronger washes could lllieral. This was as clear to me laet
lie used. Now that the season tiaa ar July as it i« to-day with the election re-
rived alien the trees have drofqied tlieir ttirn8 before me, and 1 piedieled pre-
foliage, leaving them in a dormant state cieelv what baa happened and publiebe 1
amt tree from anything that w ill inteifere it broadcast a« everybody know«.
in reselling tlie parts w litre the egg«, or was easy to foretell it if one kept in vjsw
larvir, of tlie insects are deposited, and four axioms:
1. That tlie koldier« are tha heart and
wlieu a much stronger wa«-h can lie used
without fear of injury to the tree.«, the brain ol tlie Uepublioau party.
2. Thai it never did win a victory
t>oiri! would advj-e tlii» as tlie opportune
time when a vigorous and «borough war without their solid support.
3. That this year they number not
fare tic engaged in by all who have fruit
trees, for the extermination, so far as lee» than two fifths of the voters ¡Q tlie
poaailile, ol the eggs and larva- that have states that voted—coqntiug itiem and
been dejiosited U|ion the liaik and in tlie their sone,
4- That 500,000 of them have claims
crevices of the trees during these latter
weeks, w-lien most <.J it;e ubuoaious in pending, exjiecterl large i«neion« mi ler
sects ¡iavc Loen busily engaged in depos Tanner, and since learned that the lib
iting their egg» and larvtr for another eral policy of »10 to »30 a month under
season's crop; believing, ns we do, that Tanner, with rerafiny. amounting to
more can tis accomplished by one good, thousands qf duliars. is changed to a »2
thorough spraying of the trees during i unJ »« basis, as of old.
They were mad. Some stayed at
the next »:x'y days than ^:n be by tive
lunes tl,;-t tiUuiuer of sprayings after the home, some «cratched. and u.a»y voted
tlie clean Democratic ticket to ret tike
foliage I,»« appealed upon the trees.
the Harrison administration, and that,
Among tl.e njqny -aasuvs used for this and that alone, i« what this defeat oi our
sea»on of tim year, the following is rec party means.
The soldier» are in bad humor—if you
being cheap, simple,
eiiHilv precured and effective, not only do not (relieve me ask them I It means
for the removal of egg» and larva- of iu- nothing else, either. Nor i» it half so
insect», but the accumulated inos», a bad as it will Ire in another year if this
parasite to the tree, which should be re narrow-, stingy tiension policy is contin
ued. Thousands of soldiers who have
Take one |>ouud of American or Bab claims pending still liopa to real ze
bitt's concentrated lye and dissolve in big pensions frot'j thia administration,
two ami one-half gallons of water. This and so yo’.ej relm tantly this year to en
strength of wash should not !•“ jsed dorse it, but witli the mental resei cation
after tlie bn Is tmv- iounuence.l to swell. that by all the gods at once, i ext year to
Il wi'.utidroi use after the foliage lias vote against it unirá» that hojie is real
started the stiength should le reduced ized in a |>eiisioii, that is, a pension of |lfl
by ii-ing twice the amount ' f Water,mak to (30 a month, and no more (2 and H
ing one |MI||||| <4 lye lo tive gallon» of insults. The soldier» are resting on tlieir
water, in using these lye washes the arms waiting patiently to see what the
hands should be protected, otherwise Hdaiinistration is going lo do for them.
Next year tliejr vuioe will be heard in
ilisagieeable sores may lie tlie result.
Ihe hoar,] would cal* it|»on vverv citi- electiou oi their representatives.
z-ii loyal to the grant fruit inmrvaila of administration must take care. Ii it re
Oregon to aid in t yer; |>o»sit> e manner deems its promise and shovels out the
in the d-.st I Uclioil of these enemies of tlie surplus, the soldiers will sup)>ort the
fruit and ties, which have secured so Republican party in years to come and
-trong a hold in many of the orchard«, it w ill regain all it lias lost by insulting
and keep them from spreading into parts and betrayiug tiiein. We hold tlie bal
of our state not as yet infested by meiu. ance oi power. We are as invincible in
1 tiis spreading ;» 40110 iaigely through peace a» in war. No party can insult or
the medium of apple liuxes, fruit trees, betray us and retain power. All we have
scions, etc . shipped in from part» now to do is to stay at home and down it goes.
affected. Every box, sack, storehouse That happened this year. The admin
or cellar in which wormy apple» or pear» istration lia» been rebuked and con
have Is-i n shipped or stored, is the home demned by tiie soldiers who created it.
F kivatk D alzell .
of tlie larvte of Ilia codlin motj,. and That is all.
which, if not destroyed by trie thorough
use of trot water, or some other meant»,
will come foitir in tlie early spring
month» fiiily piepaieil lo propacato
kind in uiituirl nii.ribeis in tlie tiist apple
or pearuicbard that come« in its Way.
Lik.-wise, th- tiers sliippe<| ijoiu many
of the nurseries ^re .uqiir »nat.-d with
the eggs uf the green and woolly apti.s;
theieforrvall fruit trees, grafts, scions,
cuttings, etc., should Ire di-irilei-led, hy
iininersing them for a few moments in a
hot solution composed cf one pound of
w tulle oil soap to one gallon of water
The hoaid desires to call the aitention
of every fiuit grower ¡n (>ie<jon to tire
two t>ull'-tins a ready- issm-d fry tluun,
and il any have not iceeived tlieir. they
can 'io so by addressing tire secretary or
anv otic of tlie commiHssioners.
By order of tl.e state board of hoitir ill-
A Si i * hi me Cot kt 1» e < ispj\.—The fol
lowing Htipreine couit decision of the
state of Indiana prove« interesting at
this time, as it is a parallel case to that
now before the supreme court of Oregon,
wherein Gov. 1 ennoyer asks to be sus
tained in his appointments on the tail-
road euinmisoon. The constitutions of
Imiiatia and Oregon are identically the
same, and while tn Oregon Gov. Pen-
noyer is called a “crank” l*ecau*e of the
-tand taken by him, in Indiana the su
preme judges iiectde that it ia Uw. The
decision is as follows, under .late of the
7tli: In Indiana the supreme couit to
day handed down a decision in the cafces
brought for the purpose of having au in«
terpielatiun of tlie provisions of tlie con
stitution relating to tlie filling of minor
state offices. The case decided, and
those winch the decision affects, are
those in which the olhcials ap|»oint«id by
Goy. Hovey sought possession of offices
filled by the Democratic legislature, re
gardless of Hovey’s ap|K>intiiX*nts. A
majority of the court holds that the elec
tion by the legislature was illegal; also
that th»* governor has no inherent right
to appoint, because the offices slioiil«! be
tille<i by election by the j»e<»ple, but as
the offices exist legally they are now va
cant and must be titled by the Govern-
Mm. Adelia K wifield visited Glendale
¡ last week.
Mis. Julia Abraham »jient two days
at this place lately.
Glendale fa quiet at present, the mill
having shut down for the winter.
Dqtlglaa Leveng of Galesville has been
1 apiiumled a-lminislrator of hta lather’«
Mrs. Lvnn McCulloch is spending the
i month visiting her mother, Mrs. Wright,
I at Central Point.
ft. B. Redfield, who was visiting rela
tives in Cow creek valley sometime, lias
leturned to f.inkville.
Col. Win. J. Martin, notary jiublic,
lias removed to «ileudale, ami will have
tiis office at tlie house of hi« daughter
Tlie family of Wm. A!onev arrived
from Kansas last Friday night. Thev
were met here by Mr. Muney, who hrM
taken up a lioiuv-atead near town.
Jack Kavanagh and family, who
lived at Un- scctfon-lioiUM- for tlie
three years, will shorlly move to
land. They will be greatly mi»»
A. H. Dean and tlie McCulloch broth
er» have purchased the engine ari l ma
chinery of the Sugar pine mill near
Ros.-liiwg, which thev liav<-Mri|.|s-d to
farm where it will be re
Cutting locomotive wood Ire» become
an extensive industry on Cow creek.
.Several hundred men ami many teams
are engaged in the work, and several
thousand cords of wood have lieen de
livered to the company.
Rev. John Wischer held divine ser
vices at Singletary Lail on Sunday at 11
A. M. He will pieacii here regularly on
the 4th Salilratb ot each month. The
Glendale Sabbatlr schur.1 wi 1 m et at the
home of the su|iei uitei.dent, Mrs. Totten,
from date until next spring.
Miss Ni-ttie Red th: Id has ready for
publication a splendid Ferial, which will
published in an eastern
Mi-s Nettie has already made a name
among w riters. and like her gifted oister,
Mr». Emma Wilson, will ts-come a slim
ing light among them.
The Steiner brotliere, who piircliaseil
the property of Aleck Ireland, at this
place, have o|»-ned a restaniant, wliere
tliev furnish excellent meals at 25 cents,
and solicit a share of tl,e public patron
age. They are genial gentlemen and
will spare no pain» to inrnre the comfort
of their guests.
Tl Ml 8.
Glendale, N qv . 27th.
K epi bi . i < as.—A.
Hewitt, one of the representatives to tlie
T kker B v T he W ayhiue .—Eaeterii legislature from Fierce county, Washing
j inriials are urging with mure titan ns- ton, has become “disgust,.! with the
u i! eat nestt.-es-tlie planting of Irees by gang at Olympia,’’ and ten |. ),-,| hfa r, „.
tlie tondeiue. The planting season l>e
ignation to the governor, and a proc-
gins in that pail of the country in tlie clamation lets Iwen issued calling foi a
autumn, Ix-hire tlie ground ik tr> z .< ii «pe« rat election for !'•< . 10, to till the
hard. The planting M-ason ha- fairly vacancy. Thia-.«Mr. Hewitt*« first ex-
opcncil on tills side of the country. The ¡terienee in a Republican legislature, and
Oregon roadsides are for lite most pait having a great deal of respect fur hi« fu
bate of ornamental trees. But wliere- ture as a tnan of lione«ty and integrity ,be
ever a public road is lined with trees cliote to withdraw ta-fore it was too late.
everybody is ready to note the grateful Such an action is commendable, and ia
Ciicumulative. Oregon waysides ought tlie crowning one of Mr. Il- Witt's life.
to I m - as attractive a« those in any part Tlie Reimblii an« an- endeavoring to get
of the world. Fetliaps tliey will tn- in Mr. Hewitt to reconsider, hot lie |«rsi
time. Even now, whenever an avenue tively teluses so lo do, and tliev are also
of trees is found ba f a mile long that trying to get hint to make affidavit that
particular piece of country road draws bilsine«« relations called hint home, but
to it more traiel than any other. Many he conies out o|«-n and above Is.atd, and
shade triuS which have lieen plaute-l say« that lie is disgusted »Hlut lie crowd.
with si nell goni < flee' along eastern rmols _Mr.
« unre i n. .m> wre«r. irflp
have Ti iiardiy maje aiiy ligf.re here uh A c L' a
friend of organized labor, «tiff
One docs not see the elm, except in sub in leaving the iegi«latare, trades nriious
urban places, and lire maple has no lose an aide champion.
prominence outside of towns ami villages
The English walnut has already found a
W< Ml X IS Pot I llrv I’l l.TI KE.—ft is a
place try some road-ides.
trees,for the most part,have been planted gratifying tart that the isrultry industry
by orchardists who have in tins way is attracting many women to it. Our
ma le bamlaotne hot-lets fur their or poultry associations have many lady
chards. The biack walnut lias here and members, and many have won prizes at
there lieen introduced with good effect. our exhibitions. Woman, by iter gen
Tlie ash is oecat'iorially found as an or tleness and large stock of patience, is
narnental tree, but rarely by roadsides, Irest fitted to care for the flocks. Many
ft grows alrout a« rapidly as the <ltn. a woman suffering from the ill < fleets of
Thetwaor three «peeics of the latter close confinement indoors is recovering
which have lieen planted in this state her health end cheerfulness by this in
have made a liamlsouie growth. Tiieie teresting and pleasing occupation. The
are now many s|«-i iim-nsof the drooping time is coming when hosts of women in
elm that have hunks two feet in diairr- America will vie with their French sis
ter, and the cork-bark elms aie nearly ters in controlling the poultry culture of
as large. These trees are of compara the laud. Woman lias asserted herself
tively slow growth, but they take on and lias forced an acknowledgement of
new grace and beauty every year. Tlie her ability. Not a profession, trade or
locust flourislres evetvwhere, and in calling exists m which woolen sre npt
some respects it is the most satisfactory included. Chicago has even its women
Every place is open to
of deciduous trees. Tlie eucalpylus is blacksmiths.
not as popular as it was. Nearly as woman. She is embracing it, and suc
many trees of thia sort are cut down as cess for tier is sure ; for in any business
are planted, the exception being w ben- »here attention to detail in small tilings
new plantings are made for filewood. is an imperative demand, woman excels
Some old plantations of this tree have man — .tmrrirun Poultry Journal.
recently la-en cut ami are yielding enor
mous quantities of tirewool. With the
G snikai M ilks ’ plea for the establish
exception of lire last named tree, all tlie ment of defenses for the l’acifit slope
otliera find more or less favor for way will strike a sympathetic chord in the
side planting. On the whole, the varie breasts of westerners generally, for aside
ties of ornamental trees mutable for road from the natural desire to see govern
planting include acme of tlie la-st of any ment works—such as cannon foundries,
country. Of course there are other va navy yards and arsenals—established on
rieties which find more or less favor, the coast, bringing liitlier large sums of
such as the |a-p|a-r tret-, the laurel, the money to Is- expended for labor and
poplar and the acacia
The waysides material, it is undeniable that tiiia coast
will I m ; gradually redeemed by borders of is the most ex|roHe<l to foreign attacks of
trees. Something like a new dejaarture any part of the United States. It is not
has recently been marie in the planning so clear, however, that there is any ur
and erection of handsome cottages ami gent need for the expenditure oi thirty
country Ironses iu this state. Ttre orna or forty millions for military defense« at
mental trees always go well with such a Line when there is not even a speck of
improvements. There will Ire an im war visible in the international firma
mense gain when the cnintrv loa-ls of ment. At present the necessity is for a
Oregon have been transformed by fringes reduction of taxation rather than for en
of shade and ornamental trees.
tering ti|«.n works of the kind indicated
K ei 'I m.ii ass W ii . l S ell .—Referring to
Squire’s success in carrying off the sena
torial plum, a great variety of opinions
were given on this puint. One _
man, who declared lie had the best of
reasons for his trelief, was isjsitive that
Squire had Ireen compelled to go down
ill Ills well-tilled p's ket to the tune of
neaiiy |lOO,Otx). The same poison said
be knew that Squire ha 1 spent fully
130,000 to control conventions and cau
cuses before ever coming to Olympia,
t he cost of kee| ing up headquarters
during the protracted muddle over the
admission to statehood amounted piolra-
bly to many thousands more, not count-
WursKv’s W ork —A shocking acci
iug the incidentals and the el cetera«.
While the »100,000 estimate is probably dent occured at Grant s I’ass on tlie 3d
much too high, it is certain that the inst by w hich little Johnny O’Niel lost
Tlie ! m > v lived in Fmatilla
election cost Squire a pxxl round sum.
hi» mother and
but a sum which he, being a millionaire, county with
w ill not miss any more than a great many father was a saloon keejrer in Grant's
other men would miss |1,000.—r<rroma
Johnny formed tlie acquaintance of sev
eral other boys of’ near fiis own age. On
D eath from T ight L acing .—A ver the day mentioned they found, in tlie
dict of death from tight lacing if, per- course of their rambles, a man lying by
haps,«till to be «ought among tho curios the roadside helplessly drunk, and took
ities of law. But a Birmingham jury a trnttle of whisky from him. Partaking
have come near to it in a verdict of deat h freely of its contents Johnny soon wan
from presaure round the wai9t. The dered away from his companions, and
victim wan a poor servant girl who died they saw him no more. In the evening
after a fright, and het death was attribu % search party was organized, and finally
ted by the medical witnesses to the fact the boy's remain* were found at the bot
that she was too tightly belted to enable tom of a deep gulcli, crushed out of all
her to stand tlie wear and tear of any human slia|M>. He had evidently in hie
sudden emotions. She was a notorious dazed condition, wandered to the edge
tight lacer; her collar fitted so closely of tlie bluff and stumbled over, strik ng
ttiat it was impcMible to loosen it at the three narrow benches and bounding from
critical moment, and under her stays the last a distance of 200 feet to the bot
«he wore a belt so remorselessly buckled tom— Rfi*' burg Rrvirw.
as to prevent the free circulation
tho blood.—SV. Jamie Gazette.
T iik highest structure of masonry in
the world is said to Ire the National Mu
seum recently completed at Turin. It
wuh originallv designed for a syragogue.
but it proved ill adapted for that pur
pose, and was sold to the city. Il was
converted into a museum as a monument
to the memory oi Victor Emmanuel.
On top of a dome rises a spire nearly as
high as the whole of the rest of the
Awt her Stage Robbery.
Redding, Nov. 2!» 1 lie Weaverville stace budding. The gilt statue on the top of
uas stopped at 7 o'clock last night on the tide s| ire stands five hundred and thirty
river r.,»d to bl>a«’a. shout two ni'lcs Ironi eight feet from the ground.
Kcdding. amt a quarter oi a mile this side
flHCXten'a Arteirn Safer
of Mid Ile creek by a lone highwayman,
handling a shotgun and a revolver, amt
Tlie Irest salve in tlie world for Cuts
having a liandkerrhief over tlie ii| |rcr pari Bruises Sores, Ulcers. Salt Rheum, Fever
of bis fare. L. Dow. proprietorol thestaai Sores. Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
line, was driving ami tlie driver was sitting Corns, and ail Skin Eruptions, andpoai.
beside bun. After balling tLie stage tile tive cure« for Pile«, or no pay require® It
hicbwavnian first n«ked if they had an ax ¡«guaranteed to give perfect ratisfact on or
or list' Let aboard. 1). w replied sometimes money refunded
Price 25 cents per box
thev had al it sometimes nut. The robber Forsalebv all druggist».
theii made tlie driver get the ax. and stood
over him with the shotgun and direct, d him
tiow to break Well«. Fargo AI 'o.’sbjx open.
First » cold, then a cough, then con
The driver a keri the highwayman it he
should cut the iron strap tint bound the Huinplion. then death. "I took Dr.Acker's
He answered, "No; just break the Euglith remedy for Comtumption tlie mo
The liigliwsytnan cut the strap« ment I began to cough, and I believed it
ol tlie mail pouches. Parties are in search aave my life,’’—W. N'. Wallace. Weshing-
aai it is reported the' ba.e found th» gun. (dn. F?r Sale lA' E.
AlHKt TO EOTHFKS.
Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup, for chil
dren teething, is the prescription of one of
the best (enisle (yursea and pliyticians in
the I niter! states, and has been used for
fortv years with never-failing success by
niilfions of mothers for tlieir cbi'dren Dur
ing the process of teething its value is in
calculable. It relieves the child from pain,
cures dysentery .nd dtarrlirea, griping in
the bowels, and wind-colic. By giving
health to tlie child it rests the mother,
l’rice 25c. a bottle.
Take II In Time.
by General Miles, and to which there
would be no limit were they once
T iie importance of Oregon's fruit
terests makes a marked mere«« of
Australian lady bird in California a sub
ject of interest.
At San Gabriel they
have multiplied in numbers and spread
so rapidly that every one of an orchard of
3200 trees is literally swarming with
them. All the ornamental trees, shrub»
and vines are practically cleared by this
wonderful parasite. People are coming
daily, and fry placing infected branches
oil the ground beneath the tree« for two
hours ■ an secure colonies of thousand«
The little insert lias Is’en placed in more
than 100 orchard« between South Pasa
dena and Azu«a.
Sri vkis «. of booms, how true it is that
water Heck» it« level. While tilings are
going up here elastically, back in the
New England states things are going
down seemingly in keeping with the
movement of the balance. According
to Rradelrfrt’t a tine farm at Windham,
N. II., of 200 acres, with fair buildings,
orchard, etc., is offered for sale for $810,
or about »4 an acre. At Chelsea re
cently a farm of 300 acres with good
buildings was sold for 11100, the reason
being because there were no buyers to
pay more. In Moeachusetts 148 out of
348 towns have lost population during
the last ten years, the total loss being
2l.8fiti persons. It is well in these days
of prosperity to remember that our
boom is some one else's loss.
' For want of « nail, a shoe was I<>«1; for
want of a «hoe, a horse wan lout; for want
of a horse, a rider was lost," Never nezlect
small tiling«. Tlie first signs of pneumonia
The Ashland State Normal «< I100Ì otter«
and consttnipfion can "po«ttively" be
checked by l'r. Acker's English Kcntwly tlie public every advantage that is given by
or consumption. For sale by E. C. Brooks. all practical institutions of learning. In ad
dition to the u«ual advantage« of a good
school, it bin a model training school in
see»l’ Seed!! Seed!!!
which tlie student teacher i« rt«piired to
<’b. ice *eed wheat, oat* and barley for work, under ski Iful direction. Ashland
sale at Medford Farmers’ Warehouse.’Also also has the finest climate in the state for
rolled barley ami mill feed. Baird hay in health and comfort. Its t>nre cold watt r
carload lots or less. Applv to
troia the mountains, its while sulphur atei
siala springs are a d> lulit to the tu aulì
11. E. B kkxb .
We should be glad to receive
students troni all parts of the state. Ask
f'osfa For Half.
your senator or rciwexentativc for a tree
Two hundred fine, large cedar ports can scholarshin, or ad tre««,
j 8. k«r»T, A. M. President.
he obtain»d.ch*ap by applying to thu T imfh
office »t tftir»