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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1890.
¿hc^temucraiii it lines
BEEKMAN & REAMES’
On how u>any occasion« have we
All kinds of grass seed and clovers are
The ecretarvof state is not now author
heard that ' “Revolutions never go
hack ward." How long since there ized to furnish ballot pa;>er. It ¡ r provided usually seeded too thinly. The seed be
w»« a revolution
i _____ _______
in this _____
irr in the new law that no ballots are legal, ing small, and sown upon the surface, it
■XE8 PUBLISHING COMPN’Y
sentiment. legislation and adminixlration | unless the paner on which they are writ is covered by the washing of rains and
reta*. SICKXLL, Utter.
We respectfully call your attention to our exceptionally
on the subject of Cliineae immigration ten or printed is procured of the county action of frost and climate, as any attempt
and habitation? After twenty years of clerk. By request we print below a copy to rover it does barm. Probably in this
rainy climate it catches easier than *in
agitation and effort, tlie demands of the of the last legislation on the subject.
S ec . 2057. At every general, special or i the frozen winter in the East. The dif
Pacific atate’were hwsle»l and crvatallizeil
into law during the Cleveland administra- 1 municipal election hereafter held in this ficulty is to give the seed a vigorous start
Office--Corner Third •*
tion ; and, as we were on the eve of reap sta'e in pursuance of law. each elector to enable it to stand the hot and dry
ing the beneficial results in a fresh inflow- shall, in full view, deliver to the chairman weather of summer.
Rates of Hubecription
Grass seed ie usually sown with grain,
HE UNDERSIGNED HAVE FORMED A of free white labor from the east, Harri of the judges of election a single ballot or
conartnership with an auth. nxed capital of
piece of paper, on which shall be written in fall or spring. Top-dreeeinc with
One copy per annum, iu advance.
*r Hix montivi........
al Banking Business in al) of its branches In viser and law partner makes a ruling or printed the names of the persons voted manure gives grass seed covering and
All Wodi Dadi«8’ Broadcloth, 62 inches Wide.
Jacksonville, Oregon. Office at the old st sud which in effect substitutes for tlie rally for. with proper designation of the office protection, as well as enriches the eoil
of Beekman’s Banking House, 8. E. corner Cal
ing cry of all these years, “the Chinese which be or they may be intended to fill. and favors its growth. To top-dreea a
ifornia and Third streets.
No ballot shall bear upon the outside grass-sowing is very effective, because
C. C. BEEKMAN,
shall be allowed to come.”
THUS. G. RBAME8.
It opens the door to Mongolian slaves thereof any impression, device, color or it fills the sod with roots that fertilise it
wider than it was before the passage of thing designed to distinguish such ballot when the ground is plowed. To be e(-
MORRI8 M. HARKNESS,
the Scott Exclusion Act. Before it re from other legal ballots whereby the same fective on fall-sown grain, the ‘ ground
ATTOBNBi AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
quired a consul's certificate ns a fonnda- may be known or designated. For the should be harrowed very thoroughly when
tion for habeas corpus proceedings rub - I purpose of securing a uniform and secret dry enough in spring. The manure can
Drawl’s fuss, Orei/un.
tained in court by the testimony of wit- i ballot at all elections held in this state in be hauled while the ground is frozen ar
Keeps U m > largest stuck of
omet- tn Alilfs building. Frost Street.
nooses for the purpose of identification pursuance of I rw , it is hereby made the during some dry spell in the winter.
harrow the growing grain as
and to prove former resiilonce. Under duty of the secretary of state of the state Thoroughly
p. P. PRIM,
0* Oregon to procure at the expenseof this soon as it can be done, and then sow
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
tained by the secretary of the treasury, state a sufficient quantity of plain white grass and clover seed, and the effect is
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all that is necawsary on the part of a Chi paper to be used as ballot paner at each simply wonderful on both the grasses
naman is to declare before a consular general.special or municipal election here and the grain. A farmer has been known
Will practice iu all courts of the State. Office
VINES AND SHRUBBERY
agent that lie is only a tourist en route after held in the state in pursuant * of the to stop his team and harrow from fear
In the Court House, third door to left of en
through our territory’. Then it required law. The secretary of state shall deposit that he was ruining hie grain ; but when
on the northwest coaat.
several professional swearers; but now un a sufficient quantity of such paper with harvest was over he found that ths por
IMouaae ........... •
J. R. NEIL,
der the ruling of the attorney-general the the county e’erk of each county of Oregon, tion harrowed produced more grain, and
more grasses and clover, than tbs
opportunity for evasion is so apparent and and shall keep in their hands at all times far
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
it« aeeounilishment is so simple and easy enough to supply the voters of the respect part he did not harrow. Many times
only sure way to get a clover catch
that very little if any preliminary training ive counties with paper tn be used as bal
Will practice'ii ail courts <>1 the State. Office
is needed. A more novice fresh from the lot paper at each lawful election to be is to harrow well before seeding.
On spring-sown grain seeding of grass
iu the Court Houae. first door to left of ou
Apple Trees.................................. | 5 uo $10 per KO Flowery Kingdom can gain entrance to hereafter held. It is hereby made the duty
Peach “ ................................... 10 “ 16 “ “
of each county clerk in this state, upon es and clover is precarious on acconnt of
Plum and Prune Tree«.............. 8“ 16 “ “ any part of the United States and remain application thereof, to supply the voters too deep plowing. The finely pulverized
Other trees and ahrubberj furnished reasona with impunity.
H. K. HANNA,
But the law ami treasury departments of their respective counties with such an soil is plowed under and the grass seeds
catch in the cold, coarse and
¡ATTOHNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Scud for Catalogue to
of the Harrison administration annomice amount of pa|>er, furnished bv the secre cannot
J. H. SETTLEMIEH, Woodburn, Or.
that they have provided safeguards to pre tary of state, as may be deemed necessary clammy mass turned up from eight inches
Land to be seeded to grass in the
vent abuse of the privilege of passing
1S87 through Vi.itedStates territory as tourists. tion. It is hereby made the duty of the spring should be plowed in the fall and
Will practice in all courts of the »Ute. Office
in Orth'» brick, up-aUir«.
cultivated only in the spring.
I At us examine those so-called “precau voters of the state of Oregon to procure slightly
Potato stubble can be oasily fitted for
lions.” Collectors of customsand others ballot pa;>er from their reRjiective county grain
J. J. HOUCK,
by harrowing it. Land
Àtyaiiu facturer of
3fi inch Tricot»................... SO Cent» a l’ard.
are instructed that in the absence of bet clerks for each election, and no ballot that is seeding
dry, because deeply plowed and
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER.
“ Ca»hmereu............. OS “ “
ter oviileacu a through ticket supplement left over after any election shall bo used underdrained,
be more easily seeded
Cantiniere»......... ..23 “ “
ed bv the alleged tourist's declaration of
Gold Ilill, Oregon-
ticket must be used at any election or cir because it has been deeply pulverized.
Iris intention and destination Hindi lie ac culated
Unless there is a good catch of grass
at the day of election unless it is
Will attend to all business iu my line with
cepted as prirna facie evidence. How
rW’Wni be pleated to show good« or furnish samples by mull. Respectfully,
¡iroinptneM and at reasonable rotes.
seeds ami clovers, it is labor lost to sow
easy for one er one thousand Chinamen written or printed on paper procured from the seed. Well-seeded ground checks
J. liUNAN. Jacksonville, Or.
to buy through tickets from Hong Kong the county clerk for the purpose of being the growth of weeds. The beet advice
WM. M. COLVIC,
to any point in Manitoha or Mexico, and used at the said pending election. All to give a man who wishes to seed down
tickets used at each general eleot ion shall
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
A full line iu stock of
after gaining the interior, stop at the point be
twelve inches Jong and four inches land to grass, is to double the usual
quantity of seed sown, and so insure a
GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL.
tlie law that such shall travel exclusively wide; and all tickets used at each special good stand The danger of over-seeding
or municipal élection shall be six inches
Will practice in all the courts of the «tate.
Proavo u tí ng Attorney fur First Judicial
and four inches wide. No ticket is small, while the injury incurred by
private. However, with a wonderful dis long
District. Office iu Court-bouac.
COUNTRY OKDERM A BPHTALTY.
not conforming to all the requirements of not having a good catch, that can fill the
play of vigilance and an abundance of this
shall be received or counted ground and make a full crop o' grass and
Factory at WekUer s Mill. Balearooms cor caution, collectors and others are in
ROBERT C. SMITH,
Third aud E streets, Portland, Oregon.
by the judges of any general, special or buy, and a thick sod with heavy roots,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
election authorized by law to be sometime plowed under, is very
su.-li tourists, to forward the same to the municipal
mav hereafter be lield in this state. certain and not easily overestimated.
collector or consular agent at the point of which
Grunt*a faaa, Oregon.
How to manage land and nsannre, cul
Approved February 20, 1889.
exit, and it is the
tivation and seed, so as to insure a good
Office In Layton & Co.’« brick, upstair«.
“to see that the tourist duly leaves the
of grass and the benefits that coma
ei’oliai« t Tailor United States.” But suppose he don’t. CATTi.it.—Now is a good time to go in
with it, it is a matter worth the seriona
J. N. PHILLIPS,
attention and study of farmers.
And Importer of
ATTOHNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
alsjutit? Suppose he changes liis mind Hundreds of men are selling out, going
and concludes to stop over in San Fran to quit because they c;(u’t make a fortune
Oi.u I’utNTiNo P kbshkb —Our Scott
cisco, Seattle or I.os Angeles a few years, iu a year or two. The cattle business
who is to prevent him and how? It has here In the west has l>eeu carried on in Valley AVws friend claims a couple of
oldest, presses in the State, a Ramage
never lioou the prai.tice of thia pajier to
O. F. DEMOREST
sound false alarms, and it is now reluc was introduced by the ranching system, which was purchased from the Yreka
resident dentist .
tant to borrow trouble, and if the Mongo that any legitimate or reasonable profit Journal by Hamilton Carlock, to pratiee
is regarded as ruinous. The time for mak as an amateur printer, before the New»
A FULL LINE OF THE B88T AND MOHT lian hordes do not again invatte us by
A fashionable cloths, ttnisliiujp«, etc., con- thousands and tens of thousands it will ing money in the cattle, business without was started, and the other a Snsith proas
nn *"*’*!, and nothing but flrst- not lie for lack of ample op|»ortunity af any expense, eacept to look after them brought from Trinity county by £vans.
CEO. DE BAR, M. D.,
cla«a work turned out.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
All order« filled promptly at reaaonable forded by this construction of tl’.eUw,but occasionally, is gone. It takes careful who started the News in 1877, assisted by
rates and toatUfaction
beeaqse t|te ffii|ieae have tost their cun herding or fencing; it takes hay and shed Norcross, a Weaverville printer. Nei
ning and their desire to come. It is just accommodations. The business is grad ther of these presses had the credit of
Medford, May 13, 1830.
as reasonable to supjajse they have re ually working down to the stock farming printing the pioneer paper of the State.
Ollie»' and reaidsnoe on California Street.
OUa atrondod promptly day or night.
nounced idolatry and become Christians. business, and this is too great a change When coming to this State in the spring
It ii significant that in giving this construc for the ranchman. $tock cattle are very of ‘52 we visited Sonora in Tuolumne
R. PRYCE, M. D.,
tion the administration has had to goback low just now; good heifers and young county, and worked a few days on the
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
to that of Arthur for a precedent and ig cows can be bought at prices that will Herald at that place, where the publish
nore the uniform rulings of Cleveland and justify an investment. Cattle-raisers are ers claimed to have the Monterey Star
going out of the business. They say there press, an old Ramage, of considerably
is no money in raising calves. They all larger size than the one now in the Scott
«»nice II Williams Brick Hulklios. up-ataira.
F bank H i an for B uick .—Hon. Frank want to buy steer calves and sell off their Valley News office, which had a wooden
J. S. WAIT, M. 9.,
Hurd, the celebrated free-trade ex-con- breeding stock. This species of specula frame, iron platen and stone bed.
greesman of' Toledo, Ohio, thus ex tion, the steer-calf mania, seems to be pre Whether the press in the Herald office
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
pressed his preference for f’nited States vailing all over the western cattle-raising was the pioneer press we cannot say;
country. The result of this course must but it looked venerable enough to be the
HE SUBSCRIBER takes pleasure in senator from Ohio: “I am for Mr. Brice
announcing that hi» et-cam row-miU 1 b how for senator for many reasons. He has be a wakening up before Jong to a real press used by old Ben Franklin, over a
Office on Main street, in Chlldvra’ building.
Calls promptly atteuded to, day aud n’gnt.
been for many years an honest believer ization of a scarcity of steer calves and a century ago at the east. There was a
«¡uantity of lumber. He is prepared to fill all
View of Fence in Position.
in tariff reform. In the almost hopeless still greater scarcity of that side of the bo still older Ramage press in Siskiyen
DR. a . J. LAPPEU8,
battles for the cause which I have made in vine family that produces steer calves. county than the one at the Scott Valley
ble rates. A tine quality of
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
this district.he has been my earnest friend There is money in raising cattle here in News office, which was sent to the Yrek^
ALL KINDS OF LUMBER,
and sympathizer. He has co-operated the west, and our advice to the farmer is, foundry some 8 or 10 years ago. It was
c.atnl Point, Urre««»
including the beat rustic, celling and flooring with me in state conventions and on the stick to the breeding stock and whenever the pioneer of Siskiyou, on which wag
turniabdxl on short notice.
committee of resolutions in some of those anopportunityoffers toget blooded heifers printed the Mountain Herald, of Yreka,
Calls atteuded dsy or nigbt. _ _________
NEAT, DURABLE, STRONG AND CHEAP.
bodies when some of those who are shout for common steer prices, which is often by Thornbury and SladJ, 1854 to 1855,
~ OR. S. DANIELSON,
ing now for tariff reform, but are hostile ths case, sell something and secure these and was also used in printing the Nation
to him, Were opposing uh . He has done good heifers. Breed up, get the best al Democrat, a Breckinridge paper pub
J. W. WALKER
J. H. GRIFFIS
more for the cause in this part of the state stock your circumstances will allow, lished in Yrekaduringthe 1861 campaign,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
than any other man in Ohio outside of this and continue right on in business. You when Leland Stanford was elected on the
congressional district. lie is chairman will lie on top and have cattle to sell Republican ticket as Governor. The
of the Democratic national committee and when the buyers are paying big prices.— Journal, under our control, supported
Special attention given to CUrouic DUeem«.
Stanford, Republican candidate, the Na
executive committee. I know what a World-Herald.
MANUFACTT KERS OF
tional Democrat advocated McConnell,
great service W. II. Barnum, of Connecti
K. P. CEARY, M. Dr
T he Turf, Field and Fann, in its Breckinridge candidate, and the Union
) ACCOMMODATE THE GROWING DE- cut, was to the Democracj of hie state
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
mand for real oetnte, we have opened an of while occupying the two positions,senator Christmas number, publishes a list of all was for Conners, the Douglas Democratic
fice in the town of
and chairman of the national committee, horses that have passed tlie 2:20 mark, candidate.— Yreka Journal.
and 1 am certain that Mr. Brice will be and from the list it is found that Califor
Office in Hamlin's Block. Residence on C
of like service to his party in Ohio when nia sires are well represented: Elec
O n the V krok .—The Grant's Pass
he shall occupy a similar position. Good tioneer heads the list with eleven : Sunol Courier
a short time ago gave an erst
We claim to bare as fine a line of property, and politics demand his election. Asapiti-
«. B. PICKEL, M. D.g
2:10’.,, Palo Alto2:l2'5, Manzani'a 2:16, while prominet^ visitor of this locality
to be able to farnieh as reliable information
following benefit, on account of a per
PHYSICIAN A N D S U R G E O N.
iny other firm now doing busineaa.
tion. He is a neighbor largely interested 2:17*4, Norval 2:17’ ,, Bonita 2:18h., Bell the
neglect to liquidate his subscrip
in the development of the special interests Boy 2:10l4, Hinda Rose 2
anil Ante- sistent
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
WR1SLEY A CO.
bill: Several weeks ago ws sent state
of this section ; and while this considera volo 2:19*2, Nutwood follows Electioneer tion
Calls promptly Attended to Day or Night.
of account to Col. John L. Burns.the
tion would not be weighty with residents with four in the list: Woodnut 2:16*a, ment
Office on H street.
commercial traveler of the Pacific
in other parts of the state, I think itought Dawn 2:18’4. Felix 2:18’4 Maggie E. famous
Arctic explorer, but more lately
DR. W. STANFIELD,
to determine the vote of every Democrat 2 19’4. Sultan sired Stamboul, 2:1244. establisher
of the Crescent city Herald,
ic member of the legislature from north and Ruby, 2:19141 General Benton sired with the request
ELEC TIC r H Y 8 I C I A N.
By the Thousand !
he would remit. Days
western Ohio in hie favor. No one will Sallie Benton, 2:i734, and lsird Byron, passed by but no money
came,but a prom
tlM localvd In Aahlnnd, Or., for >hv pritrUce
<>t hin prouruilon Makvi all chroul»:'lUrn»»»..
(hTR through Jackson and JOkephlne coun eraleducation. His ability as a lawyer is 2:174,. and Sable Wilkes, 2:18; Elmo ise that by January 1st the “scads?
miob an Hbeuinatlam, AMhinn, Pile«. Kidney
would bv forthcoining. Since that date
CluapUllnl«. rte., a specialty.
well-known to the meinliers of the legal got Alfred S., 2:18, and Overman, 2:19’4 > a sight draft of $11 25 was drawn on the
profession in tliiR part of the state. His an.i lfirector sired Direct, 2:18b,, and gentleman and sent to Wells, Fargo A
J? M~’ BENNETT, M D.,
Purchasers <>f property or Capital Stock of the
ability as a business man has made his Margaret 8., 2:19’4- The list shows Co’s agent at Crescent city for collection,
Any kind raised in a first-claas Nursery.
name known and resi>e<'ted in financial twenty-five California-bred horses that since which time word has been received
PHYSICIAN AN D SURI! KON,
have trotted in better than 2:20.
Tb«w wanting tree« will do well to give n>e circles in all sections of this country .”
that Burns was on the verge—had heeri
th» ir order«, aa I will guarantee «ati«faetion.
there for pome weeks,that he had been be
Grant's Pass. Oregon-
fore a board of examiners and would likely
T«‘rm« of pavruent m«y. Produce taken at
Oflk»v st present at the Bagloy Hotel.
Adrertiser: Don't worry. “Seek ;>eace t>e ad judged insane. Burns evidently
TAKE PUBLIC NOTICE
brother’s son,” he said, “an»I his right and pursue it.” Be cheerful. “A light thought he would be crazy—drank—about
W. H. SOMMERS, M. D.,
Jacksonville, Oregon, Aug. 1.18W.
name is Edward Schnitzer. I knew him heart lives long.” “Work like a man, the holidays, and the saloons would get
Of the Franchises and Privileges granted to F. II. ROWE
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON A ACCOUCHEUR,
from the time he was born at Oppelo, but don’t lie worked to death.'.’ Never the “scads” he owed and still owes the
August 7th, 1888,
near Breslau, in Silesia, uotil he wu>4 i despair. “Lost hope is a falal disease.” Ce irur for advertising. He may ba M
Jar Asos ville, Oregoa.
to Turkey, where, from the first, he en Spend less nervous energy each day than crazy as a loon for all we know; but we
OFFER FOR SALK ON REASON ABLE term joyed the protection of Ismail Pasha.” you make. Don't hurry. “Too swift ar will give the report the benefit af a doubt
Profrarional calla promptly attended to day or
rives as too slow.” Sleep and rest until we are satisfied Colonel John L'.
Recorder’s office, in Jacksonville, Jackson Co.
ern Oregon, situated on Deer Creek. Josephine Emin is of Hebrew parentage, and from
Consultations in cither English or German.
county, containing 320 acres of rich bottom land his earliest youth paid the greatest atten abundantly. Sleep is nature’s benediction. Burns hoe been sent to San ‘.jbemtin—
Office and residence on California street, cor
especially adapted to the growth of timothy hay tion to botany; from its study came the Avoid passion and excitement. A mo where lie doubtless ought to have been
ner of Fifth street.
Tolo, Oregon, October 4, 1889.
«nd clovor. About one-half is cleared and in
ment’s passion may lx* fatal. Associate months ago,before he coil) I have practiced
cultivation,and moot of the balance can be easily deeire to visit tropical climates. He
c.eared. There is a stream of water running made the acquaintance of Ismail Pasha with healthy )>eople. Health is conta his deceit upon this pa;ier. We atfelearn
throughthe place the rear round,affording plenty while the latter was traveling in Ger gious as well as disease. Don’t overeat. ing the ways of "illustrious nun,’* how
ESTABLISHED SEI’TEMBER 1, 1888.
of water fot stock and some for irrigating. The many. and under his protection went to Don’t starve. “Ix-t your moderation l>e ever, and hereafter such infamous impo
place io all inoloeed by a good rail feoee. There
is a house and barn and *J00 young fruit trees on Egypt. After Ismail’s death F.niin niar- known to all men.” Court the fresh air sitions will receive a hearty rebuttal.
*TTLK kND HORSES BRANDED HL ON
place. It alao hav the beet outside range it< ried the widow,a Grecian woman of groat day and night. “Oh if you knew what Our chief end hereafter is—protection.
left hip Ate' ostllr brwndsd
county ; also another excellent placecontnin. beaaty and talent. F.min's mother died , was in the air
aid. or hip- slro o*ttl. branded with a Saar. Z on
in« 130 acres
l.fi .ide o; hip. The ear-mark, of the abort,
a few weeks ago, succumbing to grief and j
For full particulars call upv^i or address
T hk lan<l offices in Oregon baveall been
brand, ai.rr.ort crop in left ear and Iona crop in
anxiety over his supposed terrible fate in
O. J. VANNOY
A t Oregon city recently a man made <foiug a large bu.inew» during the pent
right. Alao oattie branded with 8P on left hip,
a filing in the land office that is an extra year. The bu.innw of tlie I a Grande office
and markedcrop in right oar and hole and .pin
in left ear
i ordinary one, al least for him. His ap- for the year averaged «3,000 per month.
T he Silverton Appeal tells that a Port Clieatioii was for forty acres near Milwau- Thin in for ten months, for during the
Choice I-«M>jls For Sale.
land printer was seen wading through tlie ee, in township 1 south, range 1 east. months of November and I>ecetnber, after
SALE. JOI». ACRES OF LAND—«»
When he applied to the register that offi the vacancy in the receiver’s office, busi
Does a General Banking Business, and Buys and Sells East )K
acr» * of farm land in the valley, good for mud of the Santiam bottom the other day
with a font of lang primer and a couple cial supposed the piece of land applied ness bail been at a standstill. In the
fruit or grain.
ern, Domestic and Foreign Exchange.
7M Market St,. San Francico.
Two thousand six hundred acres foot-hill of galleys done up in his extra shirt look for to be railroad land, and so stated.
and mountain-aide land, good for fruit, dary- ing for a location on the Oregon Pacific Upon looking the matter up on the rec new office at Burns, C'apt. Kelley, the re-
Go and learn how to avoid dfs
Ing <»r stockra!.-lr.z. This track of land hsr
ceiver, took in «13,000 dnring the first
a B^B \ cai*r. Consultation and treat-
Railroad to start a timber-land sheet. In ords it was found to he vacant. As land three months.
over seven s«ikaoi fencing, d celling
1 ffBW K m«'nt personally or by letter on
MHtock shed of 90 fret, and plenty of living his back pocket were half a dozen column in that vicinity to worth «200 or -pward
I Mb spermatorrhea or genital wcak-
COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY.
vl I W noat* and all diaeaaea of men.
rules, while in his hat he carried a bod F t acre, the applicant has secured from
Call on or addree*
J. fl. HERJUN,
Send for tteiok. IMvate office,
Children Cry for Pitcher’« Castori«.
tic le Sam a vev valuable bomestewd.
Ashland. Jackaon Co.. Or.
kin and a job stick.
21 G«ry St. Consultation free
Fubli«b**d every Thured«r by the
FINE LINE OF FALL
DRESS :- SUITINGS.
Successors to C. C. Beekman’s Bant,
/Mule, in Colors,
We have the above in Latest Colors.
Fruit, snade Orianeiitgl and Nut Trees
NO APHIS OR LICE ON TREES
New Trimmings, New Buttons, Gloves, Mitts, Stockings, Shawls,
Flannels. Yarns, Blankets, Etc., Etc.
LADIES* WOOL VESTS AND PANTS, SCARLET AND WHITE.
Special Bargains In All Wool.
J. C. CARSON.
Sash. Doors, Blinds
WINDOW AND PLATE GLASS
STEAM SAÏ HILL
S. S. SMITH, Frop’r.
It's Especially adapted for Farms, Ranches, Orchards, Gardens and Lawns,
WRISLEY & CO
THE GATES AJAR.
GRIFFIS fc WALKER,
Pioneer Real Eslate Finn.
White Pine, Yellow: Pine, Red and Yellow hr Lumber, r
GOLD HILL, OREGON.
Medford, Jackson Co., Ogn.
SASH AND DOORS AND SEASONED FINISHING MATERIAL.
SAW MILLS ON SAM’S CREEK. FRUIT TREES
To Io Townsite and Milling Co
HANLEY & LOVE
Jackson County Bank,
r/usfum of Anatomy
I money loaned oi favorable terms