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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1890)
îhegmuniiiic ilüu .5
-;te Board uf Commerce, organ-
zed al i’urtlan 1 last week w ith T. F. Us-
burn »» pra»itl»nl, Hrnrv Fallin« »«
treaaurer an«i Charie« Randolph as
«•cr«l»ry. ahould prove amoet impcrUnt
factor in the general progreea ol the en
tire atate. It haa a great work before It
in Btirring up the people of Oregon to
prepare a creditable exhibit for the Col-
urnbu« fair at Chicago in 1892-3.
JOSKFHINK county items .
The new opi r a-bouseat Grant s Pass i» now
t by electricity.
E. E. Williams of Indian cr?ek has been ne
gotiating for the Ferree property at Keuo for
sometime, and intends putting Ina stock of
’he plasterer, has removed
merchandise at that poiut.
to Rigney, Wash.
L. B. Applegate, Newt. Gordon and Chas.
Grave» spent several day» last week in a vain . ^rs* p- J. Lutusdeu arrives from Ler
outat for three bears that came down from trip to Kansas ihK week.
tne higher mountain» into tbe clearing».
Mr». Peter Henderson ut*»i« ?«<l tbe ah
Th«* rains of last wr< k cleared away the
smoke.and tbe sublime scenery of the basin is . at Yreka during the week
again the subjt*ct of remark. Old Shasta's |
1. H. OviaH and wife made the count)'-
peak looms up like the mountain was but a
seat a visit one day last week.
mile or so away.
Vcddor A Leavitt recently built a ware
Whitman jg shipping a large
house an»l bake-shop for George Pun. the quantify of pears to northern markets.
old Linkville hotel dining-room boy, who
will go into "blizziness aireesamee Melican
Ihe McAndrew building is about com
man' in Linkville.
pleted and will be an ornament to the
Stockmen are closely watching the move-
mento uf several suspicious characters operat
IJo you want n watch you can depend
ing in tbe neighborhood ot Drew’«and Langefi
valleys, aud some important disclosures in on? See Pritchard's putent dust-proof
the criminal line are expected soon.
Rev. Win. Lund of Roseburg field ser
Owing to an error in the spelling of Mr.
Mathews' given name be will not get bis com vices in the Medford Episcopal church last
mission as agent of th«.* Klamath Indian agen bunday.
cy. The president will appoint him to the po
sition tcmpoiarily, and when the U. 8. senate
Mrs Eneas McLean, whois at Bandon,
meets hi» name will be sent in again.
>008 county, is much benefited by the suit
sen air, we learn.
Stinson aud wife lost week removed
Nevada to reside.
of Kerbyville was at the
( Dr. J. Speucv
... Ch TOHEK 10. 1*90
recently on busiaew.
Presaly visited old-time friends in
( J. F. county.
SLcVtx ia now the world’s champion
Cal., during tbe week.
heavy-weight, Sullivan having declined
T. P. Let* Is manufacturing sorghum syrup
to meet the Australian in tbe ring, ac
th's season. He will market over 3UU gallons.
cording to precedent.
Arthur Conklin returned during the week
SoiTHKRN member» of congre»» predict1 from his summer vacation iu New York state.
TltRKC M2» Will »•*> *w>«
that of tbe twenty-four Republican
Prof. James G. Clark was warmly welcomed
county to C«hiuraia to inv«»tig»t« th» member« of congrena from the «outhern during tbe week, on bis return from Calk
death ol their fellow »toekuian, Byron atate» not more than two or three will be tor ill a.
ariDKer, who »« iindoubcedly murder- returned at the coming election. They
t 8- ferry-ixmt
is superfiuous since the
bridge whs thrown open tu the traveling
•nJ did nut cu ninit suicide.
have announced their intention of mak public.
ing the south «olid as far a» congreaeion-
John Hartman’s neat, new residence on the
Tua official census returns show Cali al election» are concerned, and announce
fornia'« population to be 1,204,037, a gain that the federal electapna brH is what river, u«*ar the bridge, will soon be ready for
ot J39,S.G in the last decade, ur 3924 will do it. The gerrymander in Tennes
Every department of the Grant's P om public
pei cent. There are but lew etale» winch see and Kentucky will cause a loss of 8ch«Mjia
is overcrowded and u new department
can make a better ehowiug.
three Republican members.
E. E. Redfield, tbe Jeweler, is once more able
Tua Administration st ems .leteru.iued to attend to DUBines», alter his recent attack
J ack tux Kirraa notifies the London
MOB K PREMIUMS.
ponce tual be han recovered from bis to carry Commissioner of Pensions or malarial fever.
reoeal indisposition and is about ready Kauiu through in «pile of tiie damaging
Hon. Cha». J. Howard returned to the Paa»
The followinir list of premium*, awarded at
to resume business again at tbe old facts winch Representative Cooper ba» last week from his surveying tour for theO. the late fair, were unavoidably crowded out
C. railroad company.
of the la»t I bhuc of the T imes .
stand in Whilecospel. London is in a brought out, even in the face of tbe open
W. H. Underwood is visiting relative« in
opposition of the Republican members
ferment in consequence.
of tbe congressional investigation coin- Ruck Inland county, llfiuois, and will return
home about the 15tn prox.
Beat collection, and beat sitiKle variety, win
T he American veal poacher« threaten mutee. If the Republicans can stand
ter, R F Maury. Jacksonville.
J. P. Mills of Deercreek visited the county
to hoial tbe union jack aud register under tbis sort of thing we have no complaint
Beat Rlnale variety, autumn, W J Nichol»,
scat om* day during the week, and was Satn'a valley.
the Brittan flag next Bea»on, in order to to make; but under a Democratic ad welcomed by his many friends.
Best Yellow Bell-flower, J W lnaratn, » 11-
enjoy greater immunity in chasing the ministration Raum's own admissions
Hamden's colored minstrel»
gave an 1OB«Mt Khi'iu Island GreeniiiK», C W Taylor,
what tew seaiH remain.
Ihia 1« not would have caused his instant dismissal. amusing entertainment at the opera-house at
Graut's Pass on the 2d instant.
flattering, to »ay the least, to our prevail
I t lias often been asked wliy a daily
Beat 30-ounce Pippin and Roxbury Russet,
ing ‘‘vigorous forei«n pm'cy.”
Croxton, Wheeler A Co. opened a meat Thus Gilson, Sterling.
Democratic paper does not start in Port
Mundi, J Norris. Ashland.
land 7 Tbe reason ia thia, says the Mun and are dispensing cb>>ice cuts.
ll«*st collection, winter, Fred Hansen, Table
TU iateal verdict auainst Sandy Oltla mouth Democrat: The publishers can
Rev. Robert McLean has been induced to
Best Fall Beauty, Holland Pippin. Rairibo,2Q-
of Portland, the intirdeie; of Euni Weber, not get suffic ent assurance for tbe sup retain
hi» ¡matorate of the Presbyterian ounce
Pippin, Mrs Thus Curry, Table Kock.
was set aside by the suoirtue court, port of such an enterprise. The trouble church at Grant's Pass. Too bad.
SECOND PR KM 1 UMS.
substantially on tbe uroniul that there lie» with the Democrats of the atate.
Best variety winter apples and Roxbury
C. F. Walker has removed hts shingle mill
wu nut sutficieirf^ev ale nee to jnstliy a They «eem to prefer a “cheap John“ further into tbe hills, to secure better timber. Russet. R F Maury, Jacksonville.
Best fall apples, J McDonough, Tolo.
verdict ot tn uni er iu the first degree. «lieet, of no political color or value, pub Hr is doing a large business.
Best Gloria Mundi, C W Taylor, Eagle Point
Tbe court now declines tu review and re lished in the east at one dollar a year,
Best 30-ounce Pippin, W p Benn, Ashland.
Geo. E. Floyd and family of Illinois river
Best Yellow Bell-flower. Mrs Thus Curry,
verse this opinion. Oido, tberetrre, is to a paj>er of home print, and which were entertained by friends at Grant'» Pass
for several days during the week.
to have another trial.
would be of general intereel to them and
Best display of apples, S A Carlton, Eagle .
Johnston Bro», intend to enlarge tbeir hop Point.
their party. 8o long as Democrats
from 20 to 65 acres next spring. The
PatslDKxT W oudri m of the Mormon patronise a Republican or independent yard
past season was highly remunerative to them.
Best variety autumn apples, R F Maury.
church at last buns tu the inevitable, paper and give «heir party the col«i
Best collection apples. Miles Wakeman.
and has issued ins proclamation io> bid shoulder,aa it were, just so long will they
several days at Grant'» Pasa while en routs Wimer.
ding in the iuture any marriages within be without a leading daily in the state. horn«* from the district fair at Central Point.
Best winter apples. J McDonough, Tolo.
the Mormon church in conflict with the
J. R. Jennings resumed charge of the
lawsuf the land. This will mean the
piom < r hotel at Grant's Pass last we« k, and
best Muscat of Alexandria,
gradual dissolution of tbe church, be
is giving th«* best of satisfaction as a Boui-
C D Reed, J acks«»nville.
cause without the singular feature uf ployees to make sketches or photographs tace.
Rose of Peru, best exhibit
polygamy, in their creed they will no of Crater lake, fifty or sixty miles
G. H. Palethorpe has succetded to the wine grapes,"Peter Britt. Jacksonville.
W T Lcever, Cen
longer l»e ’’persecuted,” aud without
dueted by O..J. Vannoy and sold by him to N. tral Point.
persecution they will uo longer Ire enthu known of this lake in the outside world, Delamattcr.
which ia described sa being a large sheet
B«*st grap«*s grown by exhibitor, best sfn-
siasts and cannot thrive.
Grant's Pass once more boasts o( tbe best g|«* variety, best table grapes, J H Stewart,
of beau'iful water in the crater of an ex
bridge on Rogue river, and it Is needless to Phoenix.
A SYXblCAra has tieen organized in tinct volcano. A person standing on the say that our citizens duly appreciate the
B«*st Flame Tokay, W Bell. Ashland.
Chicago tu carry ou Dariua Green’s idea
Improve«! Misaion, G Naylor, Medford.
Hon. H. B. Miller and family, accompanied
of a rapid-transit air balloun. Recent ex
Wine grape«, J H Stewart, Phoenix.
periments have shown that the scheme
the winter in Portland, to avail themselves of
of »rial navigation is possible, and may some 2.000 feel In plaecs. In the center the superior school facilities presented there.
prove practicable, in which case the of it rises a cone-shaped island, its apex
Italian and Petite, Ab
E. S. Moore, the "bird's*cyu view" artist,
globe can be "circun O jwu ” in about comprising a number of acres. In the was in Grant's Pass taking orders for litbo- ner Riddle, Riddle.
F Schniidtlein. Wood
graph'ca at $25 per thousand u tew day» since.
five days. The m.ial corporation is
Heinade some nice pictures of the county ville.
capitalised at ten million dollars, and body of water.
While their project may come to grief, as
Petite, Thus Gilson. Sterling.
M. W ilkins has returned from attend
Our mining interests are attracting more
Silver, Frank Bellinger, Jacksonville.
did Darius', ecient lets are confident the ing a meeting oi the World's Fair Com attention every day. Several rich develop
failure will not prove bo ignominious as mission at Chicago. He says that the ments have been made lately, and we ripect
to see our mines worked to a more extensive
in that historic attempt.
next legislature should nuke an appro extent than ever before long.
Best Wakefield cling anti Mahua Tone, C T
priation of at least $5d,00J, with which
A n exchange vigorously eeuaurea ttie Oregon can be properly representeel at II. C. McIntosh recently sold 80 acres of fine Best variety peaches. A M J«*ss, Grant s
on Coyote creek to Reub. Jones for $80U. Pass.
citiaens of southern Oregon fur neglect tbe great fair Mr. Wilkins was through land
Mr McIntosh is making pr«’parationa to
B«*st late Crawford, and best five named va
ing to utiiil'« toe opportunity fur calling the ue-inment exposition building while thoroughly develop bis quartz ledge, the rieties. G F Nchinidtlrfn, Woodville.
Best general collection, W I* Benn. Ashland.
tbe attention of the outside world to our in Chicago, and says that no exhibit "Anaconda," during the coming winter.
Best display, F H Carter, Ashland.
resunicea and advantage«. The vast there of gram or cereals can begin to
Arthur Couklin and Hon. H. B. Miller rep
tide of immigration tl.aing oil to the compare with that grown in Oregon. Io resented the Grant's Paas b«>ard of trade in
Best variety ¡»caches, J H Whipple, Wood
state b«»ard formed loM week at Portland.
Northwest la allowed to remain m iguui- corn alone do they exceed us. In tim the
It will doubt less be instrumental in attracting ville.
anoe of ttua section altogether. Tim citi ber Oregon need not fear com petition. thousands to our favored atate from the effete
zens ol each ol our town« should accept He was one of the commissioners who east.
Butter, William Robinson,Crescent city.Cal.
R. O. Smith deserves the chief credit for
th*offer of the Oregon Boanl 01 burnt originally opposed the dual site, says
White corn. J B Wrisley, Centra! Point.
the splendid exhibit of grains,
«ration to provide desk-room and space tue Eugene Guard. At a meeting just at collecting
Hand-painted glass, Mrs Fannie Love, Jack
fruits, grasses, melons, vegetables, miiH*rals,
for exhibit* for all locations which ree tended by him the site was changed ao etc.,
which advertise*» our merit» * to sonville.
Lustre painting. Mrs R Halley, Medford.
fit to disseminate information of their ud that allexhibits would be placed togeth
Ntnilax, Mrs N E Downing. Central Point.
supervision of W. L. Lister.
vantages in thia manner.
Raspberries, blackberries and peppers, Mrs
W. P. Jeter of Applegate sent
_ ... exhibits of P Gri»wold, Ashland.
II kbk is a picture, presented by the fruit to the Portland fair that were the equal
Harness leather, Israel Morrison, Crescent
Tn c steamer
failed tu land Omaha World, which complaining farm of any raised on the coast. His specimen» of city.
Seedling peaches. Min'S Wakeman, Wimer.
her load into New York in tin»« tu take ers will do well lo study : “In Sangamon peach-tree growth of 12 feet 4 inches, and
prune sprout» 10 feet 10 inches, tbe present
White Elephaut potatoes, A M J«*»», Grant’s
ad Vantage of the old tariff law. The county, Illinois, the home of Lincoln, season,
illustrate the fertility of jur soil.
sugar-Crus I people went not iu a huny one-half of the farmers are now renters.
Improved Mission grapes, G Naylor, Med
to get their cargoes through, and for two Did Mr. Lincoln imagine that such a of tine quality, for which top price« are ford.
Peach melon, Mrs G Kahler, Phœnix.
lO ig.Weary da\s and nights ihe steamer» siate of things would ever exist at his , obtained. The work of huxing and shipping
Late Flat Dutch cabbage, E F Nichols, Table
Guiou and Wtigeland were worked up own home when he spoke of ‘a govern goes rapidly forward. Many young orchards Rock.
will be set out in Josephine county next spring
and down U»a co .Mk outside the l> ;aware ment of tbe people, by the people, for as
Roman Beauty apple, G F Schmidtlein,
a result of tbe successor the orc ba rd i sts Woodville.
Capon rather than curne into «iuca al tbe people?' The furies which have , this season.
Blue Peariuaiu apple, C W Taylor, Eagle
Philadelphia with their sugar tor tbe worked this result at the home of Lin •
A recent writer in tbe "Oregonian” forcibly Point.
Franklin refinery before sugar was coln are felt over the whole land, The > advance*» the proposition that Grant'» Pass is
White velvet painting. Miss Nusie Turner.
placed on the Le iat. The govrrnoiant mortgages are being gradua ly fore d«*stined to become and always t«> continue Jacksonville.
Flowers In oil. Miss Issie McCully, Jackson
by their dilatory closed.
The land-owning farmer is i southern Oregon, and her varied manufactur- ville.
grapes. C D Re«*d. Jacksonville.
passing into tbe conditions of the peasant
Moosepark apricot, Robert Goodyear, Ash
of Eiiro|«e, and tbe process will go on as
B oyktox ' s bicycle railroad scheme is
Tbe veteran Albert Gaines, father of Mrs.
Bread bracaet, Mrs Eugene Orr. Medford
long as the same system of tariff rob G«««>.
B. t 'urrey. has bet.’n visiting his daughter
attracting milch attention from scien-
Hickory King corn, Thos. Bai ley, Beagle.
bery and railroad extortion is in exis • during tin- past week. He enjoy» the distinc
Wontier millet, and Brgooru Domah
tiata, and aa effort .a being made to have
tion of having delivered the first Fourth of
O W Cornish, Central Point.
tbe government adopt it in the interest tence.”
July oration in Josephine county, whli«* pass corn.
B N Bunch. Medford.
ing through rhe valley with a party of gold
of the fast mail service.
It has been
f»a Count p«‘ar, and 20-ouncecling peach,
Oxa of the wilJest scenes witnessed in hunters in the summer of 1M9.
W H Atkinson, Ashland.
demonstrated beyond a doubt that a uni the custom-house in New York in a
1 bottle »fiver prunes, J W Smith. Medford.
A pleasant social dinner was given at the
form speed of lUO mil. » per hour can be quarter of a century was enacted just as
Sunrise mat, Miss Mollie Britt. Jacksonville.
Centennial acbuol-housa to mark the cloae of
maintained for light trams; aud, if a line me old Trinity clock at the head of the the summer term of Nunday-school in that
Prune marmalade, Wm Smith, Medford.
Eggplant. U F Miller, Gold Hill
could be eetabhshrd across the conti s'reet struck midnight and ushered in am! the New Hope district. The attendance
Beaded pincushion, Mrs E Coker, Central
was large and strict attention was given to
nent, thia coast would be within 4< Sunday morning. At that moment the the
edfol«!». an«l a common-sense discourse Point.
hours’ travel of tire Atlantic seaboaid. McKinley bill, malting changes in the delivered by Rev. J. A. Treasure of Grant's
Plush panel, Mrs N Faber. Ashland.
1 jar peaches, Mrs L E Norris Ashland.
The immense possibilities of scientific tariff, went into effect. Several post Pass.
Best gourds, MrsB W Dean. Willow Springs.
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research are becoming more apparent ponements bail been made during the
Pair deer horns, E Gazlcy, Canyonville.
every day, and it Ls-gms to look as if day to allow tielated steamships to reach
Miss Annie Wimer. Ashland.
KLAMATH COUNTY ITEMS.
Nea-inoss album. Mrs H M Bain, Althouse.
witbin a centnry distance would be ut port, and all had gotten in except the
Miss Ella Patterson. Talent.
We are having heavy frotrt»
Cunarder, the htruria. Minute after
Kelnay Japan plum, and Egyptian corn. Mrs
minute passed and the brokers to whom
Cluggugv's stages are doing a gin al passenger
Fi lien burg prunes, Mrs K H Crump. Jack-
Tux congressional apportionment bill, the delay meant the risking ol thousands' business.
prepared by R. P. Porter, superintend were nearly bereft with excitement.
J. P. Roberts returned from th«* Willamette
B«*st general collection green fruits preserv
ed in acids, O Coolidge, Ashland.
ent of the census bureau, and intro Just at the last moment, when the cities last week.
duced in the house by Representative deputy collector had begun the sentence
Fr«*d Clift was very ill at his home on Lost
Plush photograph case, Mrs W R Stammers.
Dunnell, chairman of tbe census com winch would declare the custom-house river last we« k.
Moss lamp mat. Mrs Eugene Orr Medford.
mittee, is as one-sided and unjust a closed. Captain Haines, in full uniform,
Chap Graves is about again after a severe
Kelsay Japan plum, XV H Atkinson. Ash
measure as the tar ff bill. In it every burst in and shouted: “I am here.” attack of fever.
thing has been lost right of but increas The scene which followed was a wild one,
Judge Smith has taken possession of his
Beaded pincushion. Miss E A Coker, Central
ing the number of the Republican votes and his wonderful race has made liis handsome new quarters.
Brocad<*d banner. Miss Annie Wimer, Ash
in I - iiou-siof representatives and in the name familiar all over the country.
Stock is very cheap, the ¡»rices paid being land.
the lowest ever known here.
■ 1. dural college; and, to make it still
Tua McKinley hill, raid a San Fran
Tualpy Hocking apple. Mrs it H Crump.
more obnoxious, the main features of
Those uf our residents who visited tbe dis
the McComas, so called anti-gerryman- cisco dealer, will be the death-blow to trict fair have returned home.
dering, bill was tacked ou it. Tina was the cigar-manufacturing indusiry of the
Misses N»*lllr and Hortense Russell arc visit
Important to Settlers.
done to prevent tbe Dem-aerats from re- Cnned States. Any increase of the reve ing Mrs J D Fountain at Linkville.
Th«* provisions of the land-grant forfeiture
districting tbe states which the Republi nue on Havana cigars will diminish the
D. C. Brownell visit^’d M« m ! oc county. Cal.,
act, as pass«‘d by tbe last congress, are as
on legal busin«*ss during the week
cans have in tire past gerrymandered.
thrown out of employment and
T<» the !’nit«‘d Stat»*s, which resumes titles,
Mrs. John Wells an«! s«»n of Sprague river
will flock to the United States to com were
ar«- forfeit«-«! all lands heretofore grunted to
at Ashland after supplies last week.
OaDiRs have been leceived at the
l>ete with American cigar-makers, until
any state or to any corporation to aid in the
land office to take ho filing for land of
Jo«. A. Crain of Medford was in Klamath construction jf a road opposite to and ooter-
a coolie standard of wages shall have county
last week in search uf a stray hors«*.
any daacrlptionfrom any man who has
mlnus with the proportion of such a road not
now completed and in operation, for the con
already acquired title under the land b ten recited. The bill is a mortal stab
Mat. Obenchain was very ill at Ills home struction
benefit of which such lands were
on Spiagu«’ rivTr last week, but is better now. grant»*«]. or
laws to 320 acres. Tl.e land ufficeie
These forfeited lands Hr»* declared
will tend to reduce the wages of white
must require from all applicant« to tile
A number of grizzlies have been seen in to be a part of the public domain, but the
cilisena, and will give Ihe Chinese cigar Swan
lake valley recently, and few hav«* been right of way for station grounds of thvrnil-
or enter under any of the land laws of
r«ia«is is not ineliid«-d In th»- forfeiture.
the United States an affidavit showing makers of California the long-looked for killed.
p»-rsons who. at the date of the passag«-
Th«? government freight at F<»rt Klamath of All
that since August 30. 1800, they have
the act. were active sett hrs in good faith
the business. It will tie a burden on the was last week ordered shipped to Vancouver on
of the lands forfeited ami were other
not filed upon ur entered under said
wise «¡ualifled. on making due claim under
laws a quantity of land which would smoker also that will 1« productive of
Th«’Nunday-school picnic held at Dairy on the homestead law, within six months from
uo good. The UnitedStateshaaaeurplus
make, with tbe tracts applied for, more
th«* 22d ult. was largely attend«*«! and much of the date of passage, shall be entitled to a
of money on hand, and it is not neces of
prefcront right to enter the same under the
than 320 acres. Ur, provided the party
provisions or the hoin«»tua<l law. and of the
should claim by virtue of tl.e exception
The friends of Mis» Effie Stidham will lie act, and shall be regarded as such settlers
the surplus by a measuie so oppressive glad
to learn that she is recovering from her from the date of actual settlement or occu
as to settlers prior to the act of August
ltation. Any person who has not heretofore
30, 1880 they will require uu affidavit as this. The bill will give no protection recent illness.
to the American manufacturer of chew Circuit court will convene on the first Mon bad the benefit ot the homestead or pre-einp-
establishing tbe fact
law, or who has failed from any cause to
ing and smoking tobacco or cigarettes, day in next month. There will be much tion
perfect the title to a tract of land heretofore
entered by him under either ot these laws,
Tnc expedition of Mark Kerr and Mr. for there is no foreign competition in criminal business.
Miss Maggie Manning accompanied Miss may make a second homestead entry under
RusarU to Alark*, to a.*Hertain the tine those articles. It is a.med only at cigars;
Sallie Maury horn«* to Jaikson county last the provision» of tbe act.
height of Mr. 8t. Knaa, »o lung qiiuted uh ami as there are no manufactories of to we« k for a lengthy visit.
The twvretarv of tbe interior 1» to make
such rulsaas will secure to such actual settlers
the monarch of tl.e continent »u Ltr as bacco in bulk inCaldorn a while the’e arc
N. S. Goodlow intends removing from hi» th«*»»’ rights. In ail canes where citizen» of
altitude in concerned, bring*« unt the fact
ranch to Bonanza this month. His »on Henry the United States or those who have declared
that while the principal portion of that will be seen that ihe bill is a mortal ha» returned from Lake county.
their intention to become such ar«« in pons«-».
»Ion ot any of the land» restored to the public
peak is within American territory, its thrust at ths cigar-manufacturing indus
Parker*» station and other elevated points domain under de«.*d. written contract with or
height^ is not no great by 5,000 feet as
were visited by light fall» or snow »ev«*ral license from the stateor corporation to which
Ineteaii ot b*ing eight 12'rj-cent cigars a day w ill have to mornings during the past ten days.
such grant wan made, executed prior to
19,500 feet high, the mountain im little, pay to the government in duty alone $73 a
Rev. F. A. Lott attended the Southern January 1, 1S88, or where persons may hav»»
settled on the land with bona tide inteut to
if any, higher than Sliaxta or Bainmr. y.-ar mere than he has been paying. Orison Presbytery at Oakland during the settle,
they shall b(rentitled to purchase tbe
week, extending hi» trip to Portland.
It is humiliating to American pride to
same from the United States in quantities not
Reamcs, Martin A Co. last week took posses- exceeding 320 acres to any one such person at
Bee one after another of
__, our big illusion a
Eczema From Childhood-
m of th« n -new brick atore-vooM, and
— thu rate of $1^5 per acre at any time within
ihr.nk tn tins manner. Soon we
When an infant mv body broke out all displaying a splendid stuck of goods.
two years from the passage of the act.
k ?nothing higher than our neigh« over with a«> erupt on or rash, which l»e-
Where any such person in actual possession
H. H. Blecher has sold his big hay crop in o( the lands and havtng improved them prior
miolb , except our pncioue catue more aetr««v.tte»i as I grew older.
Sprague river valley to John wells. He pul to January 1. 1HW). under the conditions
war tan IT. That will gam mne to g*ow From early rhiuihood until I wa» grown up Beveral hundred tone of good hay.
noted above, has made partial or full pay
ami expand until the people tire of being my family spent a fortune trying to <ure
The crying want in Linkville i» a number ments. upon proof of the amount of »uch
rubbed and hurl the monopolist»* tool» ms of tbe disease Every noted physician of residence bout»«*» n> rent. Tbe town is lull payments he »hall be entitled to have tbe
in our section was tr e»i or consulted. and overflowing, and not a bouse to Jet.
same to tbe extent and amount of $1.25 per
acre, if »uch amount has been paid, credited
When I came of axe I visited Hol Springs,
Am., and wb « treated there by the best
Some stock has been sold, but not enough to to him as a part of the purchase price to be
A ruw WCXX.» »me.« Secretary Wiutlom medical men, but was not benefited After relieve the stringency of tb<» money market. 5aid to the United States. Where parties
ave made improvements upon -the lands and
rtaptiadihe I'niitd state« tn-a«ut> tu »hat, un«ier the advice of a noted specialist. No doubt buyers will soon be plentiful.
re not entitled to enter them under the pro
save WaP »treat from rum. Last week I tried tbe celebrated Clifton Spring» New
J.C. Murray wa» last week summoned to vision» of the act, they shall have »lx months
the «eentaiy wer.t on Wall «(reel to pnr- York, wuhoui ar v rood r.,u t» When all hl» old home in tbe Willamette country by a in which to remove any growing crop, aa well
cbaae silver bunion to Cuifi Cariwlie« 1\, , thing*’bad iai ed I determined to try N b N., di»pat<*b announcing the death of his mother. aa all buildings aud other movable improve
m f«,ur mot ths was entirely cured.’
Montague-*» new flouring mill ha» been partg- ment».
and the Wall «(reel viper» wlioin i.e I and
1 he lerribl. Edema wa.« all Kona, not a !y instrumental In bringing flour down from* It Is estimated that between 7,500,000
hart reauscitated turned and »tuiig inn; I sign !»It; my g. neral health bui t up. and I ^15
and 10.000,000 acres will be restored to tbe
to $1K per thousand in the Klamath region. nubile
domain, mostly along the line of the
by boouimg silver up to JI4’, until have lover had .ny return of the diaMS«.
aft' r the Kovernrreut puirfiaae» were I Lave since r**» <»nirnende<l S. S 8 to a company, Npcnt several days in Linkville last
completed. McKinley bared tl«e l> ne.ra number off rnnd*» L»r skin disca**», erup w« ek. He expects to sell us an engine soon.
S. 0. P. A.
oi li e peuple to me assault« ot the bloal- tions, etc., and have never known of a
N.W. Kilgore of l^angell valley last week
sucking capitalist, Wimiuiu baa prosti failure to cure
meeting of tbe South
<•»". VI. I rwi . y , Irwin. Fa
su|n rior educational privileges of that place, ern Oregon Protective Stock Association
tuted the treasury al their betiest, Reed
rrtslise on Blood aud Skin Di-eases
of David H. Miller,
has begun the forging uf tbe fetters mailed free
CApt. J. W. Hlemens will set out a vineyard
th!» (all, having become »ati»tlt<j that Klam in Medford, on t)ct. 4. 1HB0, President J. A.
that must eventually land I lie people iu SWIFT'S SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta, Ga.
ath county can produce a tin«- «¡utility ol that Cram presiding. Welborn Beeson of
perpetual slavery tu tl>e power ol gold,
Talent w^s appointed temporary secretary
and Blaine's vigorous foreign policy lias
Tue New btaeovery.
Lujrly Webb this » we« k opened his handsome in the absence of tbe permanent secretary.
coveted tl.e nation wu^»ignoruiny.
Tbe minute» ot Ihe la»l meeting were
aitiooft in the
«nv new Linkville hotel, and is as-
You have heard your friend, and neigh *fu<rtni
Truly the present administration lion bors talking about it.- You may ymirse f sure»l in advance of a big share of public pa- read and adopted as read.
much to be proud of.
The report of W’ni >L'Holmes, secretary
be one of tbe mai y who know fiom pe-wm-
al ex|>eriencr j i.t how k «"J a thmgitj».
8. Wilson and hi» father. Accompaniwl by and treasurer, was read and accepted. Mr.
HrxAKKR R hd > h emulous of the dis- lfv .u have ever tried it, you are one of Robert Dobson, were caught in the Umpqua Holmes favored the sariety with interesting
hunting bear and deer when the correspondence containing some good sug
tinetiOn which Doorkeeper Fitzhugh won its staunch friends, because the wonderful country
rains came on.
gestions for tbe good of the association.
in the Forty-fifth cotigre-» by advertimrig thing about it is that, when once given
On motion, the president was instructed
a trial. Dr. King s New Discovery ever
LinkviUr »two new hotels can furnish am
himself “» bigger man tlian old Grant.” after h 'lds a place in th» h«»UM* ¡f you ok*
a^ominodatlons to the traveling public. to investigate the charges made by tbe
One day recently Speaker Reed w.ia have never used it and should be afflicted Tbexgive the town the air of a city from a T imes Publishing Company for advertising
met by Preaident Harn-on in the corri with a Cough, cold or any throat, lung lew qiikw away.
estray stock last winter. s>
Joseph A. Crain was unanimously elected
dor» of the eapitol,and the chief executive or cbtet trouble, secure a bottle at once
Geo. T. Baldwin's fine stock of hardware is
cordially greeted him with "Good after and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed attracting a large »bar«- of the trade of Klam president, Thomas E. fycbols vioe-presi-
ath. He in a thoroughly reliable drider, ami dent, Welborn Beeson secretary and treas
time, or money refunded.
noon, Mr. Speaker.” Elated with I hh every
handles only the best.
urer, to serve (or the ensuing year.
Trial bottles free at a 1 drugstores.
recent victory in the state uf Maine,
The secretary-elect was authorized to col
W. H. Millard, a pioneer printer of Oregon,
Blaine'» pine-tree rival ignored the greet
died or typhoid fever at*Cherry cr»*ata on lect and take possession of all money and
belonging to the association.
«■*. mu (rave bm »upsnor offlenaj th*
Ol), .. L.r^ej j„„ j v coW«Jour years old ^ncvrely mourn bis loss.
On motion, the wcretsry was inalruct
RnuhdirecTTusion tun colle*mi<Ju>ytel!u^.„(,Ixpfbyer'«
The big stage barn on the lake «bore, oppo?
furnish a copyAJf ihese iniimte^To f
aa a foil for his incivility. The 'frounle Vitl
wifi come in r.eit
January. 1 raise«! the nite Rea met», Martin A Co.’» »torr, erected by newspapers
of southern Oregon and Sis
arose over the appointment by Harnaou cow myself and know tbat sbe is gentle a* d Frank Cluggag«- Tor his stage Mock, till» up you county. Cal.
of an enemy ot K-ed to the collectoreinp can be milked by a child. Als«j one 2 «¡uitv a gap in the reent ry.
The president called a special meeting of
of tbe Portland, Me., custom-house. year-old heifer fr< m the above row. winch
The hay and grain harvest Is about over in the association, to convene at Medford on
will come in during th»* spring of 1O1. this
Nov. Sib, at 10 o'clock a . m ., to
Reed evidently surinisew that he la a Also one Indian p«>ny. Persons desiring
pie are in good spirits and business is livelier transact important business, an t tbe meet
“biglfer man than old Ben:” but he may mud. gentle aptmais, of goo«! stock, will than
it bar been for a long time. A great deal ing then adjourned until that tnue.
to ivaiixe that be i»buta ‘‘broken Hud the abuVB nut » I recoxumapJ tbfuu.
OFFICIAL »OU OF JACHO* COURU. ORICOR
one of theie day*.
7. For Alt.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERN.
The following deeds w«.*re recorded in the
office of the county recorder since the last re
port of the TlMKS:
United Stat«*» to Jackson Hocxersmith, put-
cut to 1M» acres in twp 37 », r 1 e.
Name t«» Lrantus H i ll», p itent to 110.77 acres
in twp 3’ ». r 2 «•.
Nam« ' • Nathan S Marshall, patent to 130.37
acr«-s in twpXB », r 1 e.
Name to Eli K Anderson, ¡»atent to 120 acres
in twp 3H », r 1 w.
D W O'Donnell toT F West, loto 3 and 4 in
blk fl. Medford; $127.50.
Elizabeth Bretee to Rossetta Waters, 2 acres
in two 38 s, r I w; >400.
J H Hoffman to J Dcflanney, lots 8 and y,
blk 14, (’entra! Point: $200.
J M Weaver to H C Humphrey, 425 acres in
twt> 33 ». r 2 e; $10.
Horace Root to S (’ Townsend,2acres in twp I
30 ». r 1 «•; $700.
Chas T Anderson to A W Sam’ers. one-half
interest in 80 aerea of mining g. g und in twp
37». r4 w; 11500.
Erastus wells to C B Kingsbury, 11.83 acres
in twp 37 s. r 2 e; $100.
W G Kenney to J H Hoffman, lots 8 and 9,
l>lk 14. M«sif<»rd; $100.
J M McCully to Darlon Tryon, blk 31, Jack
sonville (except lot $); $¡50.
I) T Lawton to Geo H Hamkins, lot 6, blk 14,
The great original Ro.-enthal and his
C C Ragsdale to J G McDonald, lots 7 and 8,
partner, Levi Ulrich, were in Jacksonville blk 2«. Tolo; $100.
a few days since
Geo S Briggs to 8 G Wortman, lot 3, blk
Park fl«1d to Medford; $50.
Mrs. G. E. Anderson has returned from
TJ Hamlin to S G Wortman, 240 acres
her visit to K'ickitat couuty, Wash., where twp 38 », T 2 w; $1000.
her parents reside.
A’‘K1<‘JL o ^rrH L Angle. 2 lots on J Nt,
Ed Riddle returned to his Douglas
. to Afire W Angle, !<»t in Medfotd; $200
D T Lawton to Francis Fitch.luto 1 and 2, blk
county home last week, after a pleasant
54. Medford; $575.
visit with friends here.
toSusannaS Ferguson, bits 1 and
Don’t lai! to see the new line of goods at 2, b k 64, Mtdford; 1300.
b) Jas Gai IK’S, lot in Jackson
Pritchard's in Medford. ‘’Quick sales and ville:
small profits is his motto.”
C B Kingsbury to Frastus Well», 11.83 acres
Ge«)rge Merriman, having leased the iu twp 38», r2e; $100.
P.A Ty° Hamlet Green, lots 24 and ST», t»ik
Punlin de Ulrich biacksn.ithsho|>, is doing
A .antJ k2,s 27 and 2*. b:k "K," H R add tu
the best of work in fiis Rhe.
8 A Bat. man to F M Rowlaml. title b«»n<i tu
Rain last week Paused operations to be loto
1 and 2. blk 31, M’dford; $3(N).
temporarily »uspendtdon the Cooper and
O C Gunnison to J Thoinpsou ami G F Ilil-
other buildings goijg up in town.
lings.decd of correction tu lot on Helman st.
P. B O’Ned drijo^ed a sharp mattock on
William R usho II to G F Billing» and W B
his foot one day Tsl Week, cutting it to Colton, lota 23, 24, 35, 2fl and 27, Ashland Home-
the bone and temporarily disabling him «t.-iul Arwocintlon: »SMIO.
G F Bllllnga sn<i w B Colton to Win Russell,
M. Punlm is taking a course In law with 7.8S acres In twp 3»», r 1 w; (I0U0.
E H Owen to M Purdin, general transfer of
Erancis Fitch and probably will prosecute assigned
property of Magruder Bros.
slmlies to admission to
tu tbe bar
bur in the
Frank Amento Robena M Boynton, lots 14.
Hand I». blk 111, Central Point; pun
Byron Cole to Julea F and Willard L Cole.
Hamden's colored minstrels had a fair ‘.<■9 ucres in twos 40 and 41 s, r 2 e; »7300.
audience at their entertainment at tbe
Jule» Fand Willard L Cole tn Byron Cole,
opera-house on the 4th instant. They do right-of-way deed ior wagon road; $1.
United Ntat«*s to Enistus Wells, patent to
148.68 acre* in twp 39 h . r 2 c.
break bis collar-bone while riding lo town
Fruit Lands In the Willamette Nalley.
af er Dr. Picket one day recently, but is
now rapidly recovering.
This land is situated from 3 5 milr.s from
Tbe Monarch saloon at Medford, unde the bfate Capitol, with its excellent sl ip
tbe management of H. H. Wolters. $s prov ping facilities, cannery, etc , ami is espec
mg a popular resort. The best of every ially adapted to fruit raising
Five-acre tracts from $55 to $75 per acre,
thing in that line is kept there
all cultivated and ready to set to fruit.
Ira A. Pbelpi disinterred tbe "News”
Ten-acre tracts partially cultivated for
plant here one day last week, to ship the $50 per acre.
remains of tbe reminiscence to Juimtio’-
fwenty acres light timber land, with
city, where be will try iodo it over again. good spring branch. $3.» per acre.
Twenty-five acr*», fifteen antes in culti
Tbe engrossing topic of interest at pres
ent is tbe great tiutiday-scbool convention vation,spring branch lunningon the place,
$35 per acre.
to be held at Medford, beginning Tuesday,
F«»r<jracres of choice land all cultivated,
October 28ih, and continuing three days.
small house, some young fruit already set
Medford’s lawn tennis aul archery club out, $70 per acre.
has resolved itself into a debating society
Forty acnw of land al cultivate»!,
tor the winter A most interesting pro- wheat this 5ear, for $«‘6 per jo re
giamrye has been prepared for next Tues
cultiv.itid, line spring b.ai. h, pl
fenced in, for $4u per acre.
Bert Skeel saved a drunken man from
Fruit raisers profit from $100 to $150 pt*r
getting under the car trucks one day last a re aft« r the trees are 4 jears
week, by dragging him from the track at industrious man can make a co d
the right time The act »bowed rare pres !»is fallbly u bile h s orchai d r<cs
cnee of mind in one so young.
mg by ra sing vege.ai) e> and vaf
The case of the city of Medford v*. F. tor the canm ry. Let us ki
Hubbard, which whs decided m tbe lower amountyou have to invest am
courts in favor of the corporation, has advise as lo location.
8end for maps. pan*.pblets ami price
been appealed to tbe supreme court by the
defendant Messrs. Hanna and Whitman lists to
represent Mr Hubbard, while Francis
Fitch, Es»i , wi.l appear for tbe city.
H. H. Wolters, tbe mixologist, has re
moved his saloon to the building next door
to C. W. Pa m’s barbershop, on Front
Comddefable proi*peciing if* still g »ing on.
He has supplied the bar with
the finest wines, liquors ami cigars,
Miners are gent rally ¡»rt paring foi tlie
and a tine billiard table can nls«$ be
found there. Give him a call, for be will winter season.
treat you well.
Notices for the 1 »cation of ¡1 icer ai <i
quartz mines, etc., for »ale at th«* T ime * of
A well-tielined le<ige hns been struck in
For the benefit of ail who may seek to
swindle the newspapers out of their ju*it the Steamboat quartz mine, and the pr< »-
aregood that rich ore wih be struck.
dues, we publish the following which is
kept standing at the bead of the first edi
Work is progressing steadily »t Dr.
torial column in many of our exchanges:
Braden’» quartz l»dge near Gold Hill, with
1. Subscribers who do not give express
results. Considerable gold is sti I be
notice to the contrary are considered as ing taken out.
wishing to continue their subscriptions.
The American Mining Co«ie, stamlard
2. If subscribers order tbe discontinuance
of their periodicals the publisher may con authority on all subjects pertaining to
tinue to send them until all arrears are all mining, water-rights, etc., is kept for
sale at the T ime * office.
3. If subscribers neglect to or refuse to
W. H. Flanagan, who owns a valua
take their periodicals from the office of ble Dr.
in the App'egate regum.has bought
which they are directed, thev are held re- and mine
D preparing t«> ere. t a quarry, mill nmi
ponsible till they have settled theii bill sampling
works, and will estabiph a m<>st
and ordered their paper discontinued
important industry in Josephine countv.
4. If subscribers move to other maces as
well as one that will materially prom -te
without informing the publisher ami the
papers are sent to the former direction, ihe int* rests of mines and mining iu suuth-
they are held responsible.
5. The courts have decided that refusing
t j take perodicals from the office, or re
moving and leaving them uncalled for *’ pri-
Runs high in this place over "System
ma facie” evidence of intentional fraud.
Builder,' ns it cure» Ityspepsia, Constipa
6. Any person who receives a newspa tion, Catarrh >4 the St'ni»ch. and makes
per am! maxes use of it. whether he has pure blood and bill'd-« up ihe -V’telu. It
subscribed for it or not, is held in law as a is »1 00 a bottle at Brook»’ drugstore.
Tell your friends of its merit when you u-e
7. The postmaster who neglects to give it.
the legal notice t f the neglect of a person
to take from the office the newspaper ad-
Preston s “ He«l-Ake” is a specific for
dres*ed to him, is liable also to the publish headache.
er for the subscription price
<’ut this out, and when you visit Port
land «luring the exposition call on Towne,
tbe photographer, and receive the follow
ing extraordinary offer: All presenting
these slips will be given one dozen of my
best style cabinet photos ami one extra for
framing for $3 50. My regular price for
the same work to those not holding these
slips is $6.00 per dozen and $3.00 for extra
picture. Thia is an extraordinary offer,
mid the probability of doing enough extra
work to make it pay prompts the induce
ment (’all and see our work; it speak*
for itself. This holds good until Novem
Studio cor. First and Morrison S’*.
Bring your babiea to*Towne.
Tbe First Step.
I’erbMps you are run down, can’t eat,
can’t sleep, can't think. can’t do am thing
to your satisfaction, ami you winder what
nils you. You should heed the warning.
You «re taking >he ti» st step into Nervou*
Prostration. You need a Nerve Tonic and
io Eectric Bitters you will find the exact
remedy for restoring your nervous system
to its normal. bealtbv condition. Surpris
ing result » follow «ht* use of this great
Nerve Tonic arid Alterative Your appe
ute returns, good digestion is restored, and
tbe Liver and Kidneys resume healthy
action. Try a bottle. Price 50c. at nil
HOOSIER DRILLS AND SEEOERS
Universally Acknowledged to be the Leading
Implements of the Kind in
I ’ JL. O w w
— AKE THE —
BEST PLOWS MADE FOR ALL KINDS OF SOIL,
THE KEYSTONE DISC HARROW
Given Better S ii t infnet io il
Than Any Other Rolling Harrow in the Market.
The above mentioned Implements and many other kinds of Standard
Make for Sale by
THAT CAN BE USED EVERY DAY
is the kiml that pays. Scores of
young business men, and hun
dreds of book-keepers and sten
ographers of both sexes, attribute their success to a course at the Portland Busi
ness College. Portlaud, Oregon, or the Capital Business College, Salem,
Oregon. Both are under the management of A. P. Armstrong, have same courses of
study, same rates of tuition. Kusine**, Shorthand, Typewriting, Penmanship and Enf
Esh Departments. Write to cither for joint Catalogue and specimens of penmanshir
OUR ANKUALCLEf RANCE SALE
Our house han a standard reputation winch
never tai It» to attract general attention during
our cloak galea. Correspond» tic»’ Solicit«!.
161, 163 3d St., Portland, Or.
Leading Iirj Good« Store for find-class goods
at Eart«-in Prices.
for Infants and Children
"Coloria is so well adapted to ehDdrra th&t TastoHa rnres Colic. Constipation.
I recommend it Ml eupenor to any prescription Sour Stomach,.DiarrhcBa, Eructation.
mown to me "
IL A A bcwxb , >1 D .
Kl So» Oxford SL, urouklyn, N. Y.
Kill* Worms, gives al«*p, and promote» di
Agents for McCall’s Bazaar Glove
WUbout injurious medicattaa.
Tux CzNTAun C ompany , 77 Murray Street, N. Y.
Wo challenge the reader to successfully controvert the assertion that
an acre of thrifty, well-cultivated, producing orchard trees in the val
ley of Rogue River will yield a net yearly income of 4100. It will
average 100 trees to the acre, and the estimate is based upon the dem
onstrated fact that each fruit tree will produce 51 in value, net, of
marketable fruit each year.
Notice for Publication
U. N. Land Office. Roseburg, Or.,
July M, KM.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act of Congress of
June 3. 1H78. entitled "An act fur the sal«* of
timi»er lands in the States of California, Ore
gon. Nevada and Washington Territory,"
ret« r M. Junpcr of Roseburg, county ot
Douglas. Oregon, has
this day filed
in tnie office his sworn stau in« nt for the
purchase of the » e t4 of bee. No. 5, in Twp.
No. 32«. Rang« No. 3 e.aud will« Ct r proof to
show that the land sought is more valuable
for its timber or stone tnan tor agricultural
purposes, and to «-stablibb tn« claim to said
land before the Register and Receiver of this
office at Roseburg. Or.,on Thursday, tbe It,th
day of October, 1HM). 11«’ names ae witucoaes;
Du vid Mock, Geo. Khort. Allred Kitchen of
Prospect, or., N.J. Welch ot Portland.
Any and all pcr&ous claiming adversely the
above-described lands arc requested to tile
then claims in this office <»n or bvtorc su'd
l»5tb day ol October. lWu.
JOHN H. SHUPE, Register.
Notice for Publication
In other words an acre of producing fruit trees has a valuation
5=1000. It is better than any bank—for the bank is sometimes carried
into Cauada by the cashier, Dame nature—a trust-worthy guardian —
takes care of the principle, and the dividends never fail. Of course if
you plow your orchard once in twenty years, and rob the trees of their
nourishment by making a cornfield of the orchard ground, and invite
the birds and orchard pests to make a restaurant of your orchard, you
must not complain that your horticultural methods have precipitated a
foreclosure of the mortgage on your orchard.
CULTIVATE YOUR ORCHARD
With half the care you give wheat-fields; and it will yield an income
on a valuation of iKKlO an acre. There is not a wheat-field in this
county which yields such an income, and EVERY orchard does.
We propose to sell you an acre of fine alluvial soil, within cannon
FURNITURE FOR SALE ¡shot of five growing towns, close to the steel rails of a trans-continental
rAilroml, in the most beautiful valley on the slope of the Pacific, with
hundred growing, thrifty producing fruit trees, to be selected by
HOTEL FOR RENT.
you. Buy it for a home to shelter you if adversity or the winters of
old age overtake you and find you penniless.
WING TO ILL HEALTH, THE I NDEK-
Rignrd d«*atr»‘H to retir«* from busimw, and
offers all the furniture In flic I’. S. Hotel for
sah* at a very reasonable figure. The budd
We give away the land. Pay us $10 a month, 10 cents a tree, for
ing, which ts a substantial brick on«> ami es
pecially designed for the hotel bnslnes», will two years, and we will present you a warrant}- deed of the acre, and
be rented at a low rate to r«*s|H>n»il»le parti«-». >
GUAKANTEE it to have a thrifty, growing, producing orchard.
For further particulars apph to
J. HEKOBO a M, Jacksonville
Despite these facts the farmers of the country continue to value
vr is woiui ii $i.<><><).
their land high, and rob its soil by sowing it with wheat and compet
CHOICE LAND FOR SALE! ing in the markets of the world with the serfs of Russia and the slaves
of India. “Export the wheat of a country and you ship away the vital
TP10 ACHES OF EXTItA
quality of MgriculturHl land, being a ¡»art ity of its soil,” says n great economic writer. The people of Jackson
of the Hirnin (\>lver Donation Land Claim;
county should learn this as an axiom.
Every bread-winner at the forge or near the cutting saws, or in
sound of the hum of the shuttles, or the thunder of the factories, or
toiling late over desk and counter, should study our plan well. It means
a home for a life-timeout of the meagre savings of 2 years’ work. A
more beautiful and a larger home than ninety per cent, of the popula
tion of the civilized earth can claim to own.
Write to us, and we will send you our illustrated book of this great
valley and our Orchard Home.
Call anil Hettle.
All knowing themselves indebted to the Notice of Final Settlement.
8. F. Variety Store ere requested to call
anil settle. A change has taken place, and in the County Court of the Stnte of Oregon,
all accounts 11111st b" settled on or before
tor the County of Jsekson.
Oct. 1, 1890. A word to the wise is suffi In the umtter of the estateof Hugh Johnston,
otice 19 hereby given that the
the estateof Hugh John
New Store and New Goods.
ston deceiiH«i, has ttl.-d in the County Court
E E. Redfie'-d has opened a large and of Jackson vounty, Oregon, hts final aecoiinf
first-class assortment*of watches, jewelry, aa such administrator, and by order of aal'l
Tiifwiny, Dcecmlwr t. lalio. at the hour
etc., in the I' niK'in building on Mun Court.
of 10 o'clock A. M . Is set for hearing. All per
street. Grant’s Paes, which he is selling at sons lnU*r<«tod are hereby notified to appear
prices that defy competition. He is a first- and öle hla or her objections to said account
class worxman and anything entrusted to
him will receive them<>»tasillful attention. '"pubbah'-irbyordir of Hon. J. It. Nell, Judge
of aald court.
>JAX MU l LER.
Don't fail to give him a cal!.
We have just opened our new importation in the latest
Administrator ol said estât«’.
Dattel Oct. 10. 1MUÖ.
Complete copies of township plats, posted
up to date of the order, made for $1 50 per
‘ Assignee’s Notice.
townlbip. Money must accompany or
ders. Add Ye*»
tn; tbe-Circuit Court ot thi State ®f Onyon
G. W. K imball , Roseburg. Oregon.
of Ja« k»<>n.
In thv matter of the »«.»iKtntiriit ol J. < .
Shakes and shingles.
Whlpp, dotpi buslneaa uikht thetlnn nanif
of J.4r WbT|>p,au<l »« ho individual 1» an ln-
A supply of the best shakes and shingles
has just been received at the Tians office Æ iMÉmr given that on
Which will be sold in quantities tn suit at R tMtlvtiiberJO, IflO. tin' at»>v<- named in»ol-
"mt dtbldCJ*. C. U'hlpp h.rrtofore doing
burtn«aa ha J. G. W'bipp. a, mttrble and »ton.'
cutter and contractor, at Jacksonville. Jack-
Ho, for K «ilford.
Ron count» Oregon, made h itiii MI
to toe. the unaeraiirn,'d. Jno. i « mu.
Tne undersigned has fitted up a stSR«. invnt
tor thelKMartHofall hl»eredltora.iinder and by
which will mtko regular trip» between Virtuepf the act of the leKlMatlve atwembly
Jacksonville and Medford,connectirsp with of the state of Oregon, entitled "Ail aet to
secure. to cri*dltors a just division ot the
all trains and carrying th* U. S. mafia.
«•fates of debtors, who convey to assignees
W. G. K ksnky .
for the befu tit of creditors," approved ( >ct< »b«*r
18,1878, and tbeAmendments thereto, approved
F««bruary 24. 1885. All creditors of »aid insolv
1 ■ ■ ’R20 Reward-
are hereby notifi«! to present
I offer $20 reward to any person who their debtor
claims, under oath, to me. thrunder.
gives information leading to the conviclP signed assignée, at my sfllce at Jacksonville,-
tion of the vandal who set tire to the Jackson county, Oregyn. within tfirpe months Henrietta «Sill* Wool.
brush, and my lencs on tbe hill adjoining from the date thereof.
Dated this lWh day of (krtober, 18JW.
my residency, on Sunday afternoon.
.JNO. F. WHITE, Assign« <•. ,
THE ORCHARD HOME ASSOCIATION,
U. 8. Land Office, Roeeburg. Or..
July Jl, UM. .
Notice i» hercbj giv« n that in compliance
with U k * provisions of th«* act ot Uongi t bs <»f
June 3, I»;», entitled "An act tor the bah- of
timber lands in the Mates of Caht«»iuia, Ore
gon, Nevada and ^ashingtou T« rritory.’’
McDonald Pardue ot Pruapivt, count} of
Jacks« >ti, State of Oregon, hae this da} tih-d in
tin» office me sworn statem« nt t«»r tin- put -
chas«* oi these ot sti’llon No S, in township
No. 32 s. range No. J v, and will off« r ¡»roof to
show ttiat the land turnght is mure valuable
t«»r it* timber or stone than fur agricuituial
¡»urpoecs. and to cetabUab hi« claim to s»t:d
land bet orc tbe Register and Receiver «»! tins
office at Roseburg, Oregon, on W cdnvwlav.
the 15th day ot October, itte». He iiarn«* as
witu«a»<>: N. J. Welch, A. T. Kitchen ot Port
land, Multnomah county, Oregon; C. A. ( bap-
man oi Roseburg, Douglas county, Oregon;
J. U. McIntosh, Aberdeen, Washington.
An> ana all ¡»« rsons claiming auversdy the
above-described land» are rc«4Uestcd tu file
their claims in this office on or before said
15th day ol October ltwu.
JOHN H. SHUPE. Register.
Notice tor Publication.
U.S. Land Office, RuiM-burg, Or-
Jui> 2». touo.
Notice is hereby given that in eompuauc«*
with the proviemns of the act of Cougrvae ot
Jun«* 3. 1&«8. eutitlvd "An net fur th«- sale uf
tirnb« r miiUb in tbe brat«« of California. Ore
gon, Nevada and Washington Territory,"
Wait«*r N. Wheaton of Rustburg, couuty
ot Douglas, Oregon, has this daj fihd
in tins office ins sworn staU-meut for the
purchas«* ol the iuts 1 aud 2, and «•
ot n e >4
ot Sec No.5, in Iwp. No. 32 », Range No. 3 e.
and wifi otter proot to show mat the land
bought is mor«* valuable for it» timber or
stone than tor agricultural purpose», and tu
establish his claim to said land before the
Register and R<iuvrr u1 this office at Rusc-
burg, Oregon, on ’i hursda). tbe lflth da> of
October, is!«». He name» as wituessrs. David
M«K*k, Geo. Short. Alfred Kitchen of Pros
pect, Or., N. J. Welch ol Purtlaud, Or.
Any and all person» claiming adversely the
al>ov«*-d«*Mnb-d lands are rvque»t<.*d tu tile
their claims in this office on ur before said
16th day uf Octoinr. 1 9U.
JOHN H. SHUPE. Register.
Notice tor Publication
I*. S. I«and Ofllcu, lloseburg. Or.,
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with tin- provisions of the art <»f (.ongrtss of
June 3. Ib78, entitled "An act tor the sale ol
timber lands in the btat<•$« ol California, Ore
gon, Nevada ami Washington Territory."
David Mock of Prompt ct, Jackson county,Or.,
has th is da} tii«*«l in this »iff ice bis sworn state
ment for the purchase of tin- lota 1 und 2 and
s It ot n e of Si c. No. 4, in 'lwp. No. X’a,
Kang« No. 3 c, and will oiler proof to show
that ilie land sought is more VHluablc foi its
timber or stone than tor ugricuituiai j ur-
pus«t», and to establish his claim to said laud
bvtore the Kegiatcr and Receiver of Ihisofflc«-
hi Roseburg, Or..on Tburtalay. the lath day of
October, Isw. He nam«-s as u itm-ss« s: Geo
Miort, Alfred Kitchen of Prottpect. Or., N. J.
Welch «>1 Port land; C. A. Chapman of Kv»< -
Any Miiu all pt-rsons claiming adversely the
abovedt scribed land» >rc requested to flic
their claims in this office on or before said
lath day of Octol»« r, IsW.
JOHN H. SHI’PE, Register.
Notice for Publication.
U. 8. Laud Office, Roseburg, Or.,
Jul> 21, law».
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act of Congrtva of
June J. 1S7S, entitled "An act t«jr the salt of
timber lands in the Hates of CaUfornla. Orc-
5on, Nevada and Washington Territory."
ames C. McIntosh of Aberdee n, county of
Chehalis, btate of Washington, has I his day
tiled iu this office bis sworn atai« uit nt lor «be
purchase of the n e ’.¡| of 8cc. No. b in Twp. No.
82 s, Range No. 3 e. and will offer proof to
show (hat tbe land sought is more valuable
lor ita timber or stone than for agricultural
purp«»st*s, and to establish his claim to said
land before the Register and Receiver of this
office at Roatbuig, Or., on Wednesday, the
15th day ot tH-tota-r. 1H90. He names a» wit*
riesacs: McDonald Pardue, N. J. Welch, A.T
Kitchen of Portland, Multnomah county. Or.,
U. A. Chapman of Roseburg. Douglas CO., Or.
Any and all ptraon» claiming advt rwely the*
abpve-describcd lands are mquestetl to flic
their claims »n thia office on or before said
15th day of October, 18Hi.
JOH b N H. 8HUPE. Register.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.— V. S. Gov’t Report, Aug. 17, 1889,
New Parasols,Ribbons, Embroidery, Gloves, Buttons.
aBsi.ttmcnt Ladies’ Trunks, Hand B igs, Satchels. New Wall Paper
and Window Blinds.
Having received from Boston a large invoice of Ladies Fine
Boots aud Shoes, .HU- stock i.- HMM complete in that line than usual.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 27,
NEW THIS WEEK.
altimtrd about 5 miles from Ashland, v4 of a
mile south of Phoenix, Jackson county, Ore
gon. The Oregon A California railroad and
the Oregon A Calltornm stage road pass
through said land. This tract of land is all A
No. 1. deep, black-loam bottom 'and, being
one <if th«’ first claims »ettled upon in R gue
river valley. Al) well supplied with living
water. This land will be sold in quantities to
suit purchasers. For further infu’-mation in-
qulreof E. J. FARLOW Ashland. Oregon, or
E. D. FOUDRAY. Phmnix Oregon.
Ashland, Ogn., Oct. 3. IsW.
Settle Up Notice.
LL PERiONS KNOWING 1HHMSE1.VO
indebt«*«! to tbe undcrBlgncd «re hereby
no titled to call at our office aud make prompt
settlement of tbeir account« on or before ttep-
tember 10. l»hO. We need the money in our
buslne«» and must have it without delHy
RKAMEH A WHITE.
August 22, IBM).
Groceries and Provisions.
We buy in large quantities, find are prepared to give lower prices
to consumers than most of our competitors.
Intending buyers will
find it advantageous to visit Jackxinville before buying their supply
f.y We exchange for al' kinds of provisions and produce.
aken up by the undehhgned last
spring, ope pinto pony. ag«d about six
years, branded with a double square ou the
right »boulder and a figurt Bou On right hip.
The owner will pay chai gv» aud take tbv
Trail creek pretlnot, Sept. 1. I imi .