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¿he ¿Democratic diuca
..OCTOBER 10, 1890
A CHANG K.
With thia heue a change takes place in
the management of thia paper, the T imen
Bublhhtnic Co expiring by limitation. The
b »ok*< hare been cl<*aed and statements
will be sent imin»-diatety to all indebb
•fg prior to July 1, IttUO. An early set lie-
menl ia requested and required. as the
bu'imesa of the co.npany mu<t be settled
T imbs I'CSt-ISHt.»« Co.
Jacksonville, July 1. 1890.
A Just Claim.
Rcprvsen'ative Hermann has secured the
passage ot a bill for tlie le irf ot Colonel
Wi liam J. Martin, ol Douglas county, Or
The claim is for 37500 and arose as far back
as 1849—lorty-<>n«« years ago—»nd because
of it» age ba» been a difficult claim for tbe
Oregon delegation to handle, thi tigh it has
passed Die senate three times ill six years,
and last year received iha favorable report
ot a bou-ecommittee. In the year lM9an
acting quart« riuaster of th«-army was ata
tinned at Oregon citv, and employed Martin
to furnish 90.000 pounds ot heet at Fort
Hall, Utah territory, for the use of what
was known as the R He reginieut. The
price agreed on was twelve cents per pound
on foot. Colonel Martin purenased 122
head of cattle tn Yamhill county. While
en rout, the cattle were »tanipe«led by the
Indians and twenty-two head lost. The
remainder wi’h great difficulty were de
livered to tli«aForl in September. 1849
Tbe quartermaster advanc'd 3'i5*8> and
gave an order on Judge Bryant, the terri
torial judge at Oregon oty. for tbe balance,
but hts (tinds were exhausted. Shor ly after
wards tbe quartermaster became insane
amt was-removed from Oregon city, ai d
had no remembrance of the expetiition or
tlie contract. He wa» »tricken fr.«m the
army rolis tor not presenting for »•ttlruivnt
hi-« accounts, and be died in»ane near
Buffalo,N. Y Tha war department declined
payment because "I the absence of vouch
ers from the quartermaster, ami this de
ficiency re«juired oiher evidence which for
years Colonel Martin found difficult to
furnish He now asks that tbe bar of the
statute of buii'ations ntat be remove«! and
the case submitted to the court ot claims
to »«IjU'tlcste on tbe fact». Thi» tbe bill
Bmgo won every race at the Yreka fair
in whit li ha ran and added several hun-
drad dollars to his owner’s wealth I He is
u race-horse in every particular. Klickitat
was nor so «uccesBfui a* at th« district fair,
losing every race he ran in, which may
also be s i<l of Winf (.’reek _ Ba ' dv
\ and " • •'«
trolling ‘ hu.se E. I’ Arago w -ti a %-tuile
race in 85 seconds, winch is within a bait
beat „ tirueoo
record. _ Aiken's
second f tire _____
Sammy H was a close »econd, and subse
quently won the >3-mile race for ben tea
horses, defeating boih Klickitat and Baldv.
L. Bwan’s three-year-old stallion Ante-echo
won three trotting races, making 2:43 in
his contest with E P. Wands who is of
the McDonough stock,won thetn ttlng
rate, beating Ante-echo amt Effie V. in
straight hea'.s an 1 making in 2.37. Vance’s
Effie V. wi n a trotting race, as also did
Swan's Z-phyr and Mi Donald's Mi>s
Hi gm. while Wild Oats won two running
HXKE ANU THERE.
Buy a White.
The White is »till king.
New goods at J. Nunan’i.
Read the new advertisements.
Settle what you owe the 8. F. Variety
Cures while you wait—Preston's “Hed-
Wheat remaiua stationary at M cents a
Ab. Giddings of Klamath county was io
Why suffer? Preston's “Hed-Ake” will
Fruil jars and jelly glasses at cost at the
8. F. Variety Store.
H H Blecher ha» returned from a trip
to Klatuath county.
11fail», money refunded ; Preitou’»"Hed-
A nephew of F. M. Roberts of this place
is paying h ut a tisit.
Bring on that wood you promised us on
It cures headache only- Preston's "Hed-
Medtord roller fl jur in quantities to suit
a* Kearnes A White'».
Stoves have been brought into general
tire by tbe cool weather
Mrs. I. E Deboy ot Gold Hill is visiting
friends in Douglas county.
De Witt's Colle and Cholera Cure is
always safe and always sure.
Groceries and prorisions of all kinds,
fresh, al Kearnes A White's.
Max Jacoby is now engaged in tlie com
mission business at Gold HiU.
Alex McNeil has complete«! the building
ot a neat residence at Eagle Point.
A vast quantity of wood is now being
hauled, for winter is near at hand.
First-class cedar fence posts for sale in
quantities to suitat the T imbs office.
A. A. Bashor has located in Eugene A3
agent for tbe Singer lewing-machine.
The Talent planing-mill has just finished
15,000 fruit boxes for G. W. Edwards.
Enoch Roten has returned home, after
sojourning several months near Salem.
Monlbb’ installment« of 310 will buy a
house and lot in Tolo from Scott Griffin. *
Mrs. Lucinda Justus departed fur a trip
to the eastern states one dav last week.
Call on Pritchard when in Medford and
see something new iu the jewelry line. •
Old papers, in quantities to suit, for sale
at the T imbs office at50cents a hundred.
S H. Clary. B.vron Cole and sons, of
8iskiyuu spent a day in town this week.
Geo. Walker and J. W. Robinson are
burning a kiln of lime near Woodville.
NoGriping.no Nausea, no Pain, wh«n
DeWitt'« Little Eirly Risers are t«ken.
Small mil. Sate pill. Best pill. Brooks
Judge Prim, who »rent to Salem to argue
the motion for a rehearing in the Beekman
Hsmlin case, succeeded in having tbe
We have had some cold weather along
with the pleasant during the past week.
On Wednesday a little snow actually fell
on the foothills.
When in Medford don t fail to call on D.
T. Pritchard, the jeweler.
He will take
pleasure In showing you bis mammoth
stock of jewelry.
Settle I Bettie 11 Settle' I! what you owe
tbe T imes office previous to July 1, 1890. as
the books have been closed and must be
balanced at once.
Jas. McDougall, ihe well-known bridge
builder, has been doing niucli work in bis
line for tbe county, to the sauaiacllon of all
Rev. F. K. Van Tassel, who has been in
charge ot the Baptist church of Ashland
for the past year and a half, has resigned
bis charge there.
The ladie» should not fail to examine
tbe handsome millinery goods tbst Mrs.
Prim selected personally from the great
stocks in Portlaud
The Jacksonville marble-works are bnay
with orders and are d-'ing first class Work,
Thev are patronized by people as far north
as Douglas county.
Will. Jacoby is now sole proprietor of the
Gold Hill store, formerly owned by Jacobjr
Bros . and is stocking it with a flue, large
assortment ot goods.
Mr. and Mrs. M Obenchain of Ashland
precinct last week bad ihe mi-fortune to
lose ttieir infant child, its death resulting
from teething disorders.
Dillon Hill has tbe contract for getting
out a large quantity of ties for tbe railroad
company from the Griffin creek saw-mil',
says the Medford “M»ii.”
J. W. Sowden, having resigned the agency
of the While sewing machine, headquarter»
therefor nave be. n eat «t.lisbed at the S. F.
Variety Store in Jacksonville.
Supervisor 8-hmidtlrin had a force of
men at work tilling in tbe approaches
to tbe new bridge across Ward s creek,
which structure is a good one.
Wright's Jamaica Ginger—strictly pure.
An excellent remedy for cramp», colic and
where a tonic for the stomach and bowels
is required. Sold bv all druggists.
Messrs. Johnson and Erfor.l have com
pleted repairing the bridge across liutie
creek, near Brownsboro, and It is one of
the best st'uctures in that section.
Subscripti<in>for the S F.Examiner taken
at the TIMES office.
lbo»e wishing a
chance in the grand November drawing
should send in their names at once.
The young folk- of Woodville baveorgan-
ize.1 a literary society with B. Il Stevens
as president; 8. C. Sbertll, vice-president,
ana Miss Anna McHugh, secretary.
For furniture ot every description go to
John Gildersleeve of ( entral Point. He
keeps a complete and first-class assortment
and sells at the most reasonable rate«. ,
The largest and best stock ol deeds,
mortgages aud all kinds of real-estate and
legal blanks south of Salem is kept at tlie
T imes office and sold at Portland rates
Nathan Defreese. formerly a hotel clerk
in Ashland, was killed at Bisson, Cal. on
the 24'h ulr., by Frank Cochrane, also well
known in southern Oregon. Tbe trouble
originated over a woman.
Col. R. F Maury of this precinct is justly
proud of li'’“tn cess in capturing the blue
ribbons' tbefaironhis fruit exhibit of 20
varieties of tipples, be’i-les a number of
He is one of
pe irs, pe u h’S, prunes, etc
our leading horticulturists.
AC Yreka, on the 4th, the jury in the case
of J. C. Weiss, who was held for the mur
der of Cbarle* Ingram last June, brought
in a veidict of not guilty. Chris, is well
known here, having been a resident of
Jacksonville foi several years.
Tbe round-trip tickets to Portland for
persons attending the industrial fair will be
stdd only on three daps of the week. Mon-
dav. Wednesday and Friday. The fare is
318 25 from Ashland for the round trip, and
the tickets are g-8>d for ten days
Oakes' Swiss Bell R ngers and Comedy
Sketch Club will perform at tlie U. 8. Hall
on the evening of the 13th They are so
well known as to need no praise from us
The company is one of tlie best that travels
and never fails to give satisfaction.
Wallace A. Gridley, section boss at Dil
lard, Douglas county fell from a hand-csr
while in motion, thecar passing over him,
one day last week. Fortunately he was not
dangerously hurt, only a little finger be
ing dis m ated and one rib fractured.
The suit between H C. Lewis and W. G.
Cooper, over some Galloway cattie thit
Die latter claimed belonged to Win. Gates,
was compromised after it bad been sent
from the supreme court. "■
The 1 stock
was divided among tbe litigants a short
J DeRoboam and wife, desiring to retire
from the hotel business, on account of ill
health, offer their furniture for sale and
their buildintr for rent at a very reasonable
tigiire. Read their advertisement iu
another column, tor there is “money in it”
for some one.
E. V. Carter of tbe Ashland bank has
volunteered to look after “Old Prob’s” in
terests at Ashland in the future, and at
tend to the westtier -ignal flags, tlius giv
ing the r. si tents of upper B-ar creea valley
Ihe benefit ot the regular daily signal-ser
W. H. Parker, Esq., yesterday presented
the T imes with a liberal supply of some of
the best grapes we have seen this year.
They would have made a good showing
even among the elegant exhibits made at
the county fair, as the bunches ami berries
were juicy and large.
Remember that Dr Marcoux, dehtist,will
make von n full nnper and lower set of tbe
best teeth f ir onlv 325, and satisfaction
L'liaranteed. His office is in tbe IT. 8
Hotel, Jacksonv lie. Please remember,
also, that ever«' Monday the Doctor visits
Central Point, »here he lias a branch office
n Dr. Lspie-us residence.
The Mana Colver place in E len precinct,
one ot the largest and best farms in tlie
vallev, is now offered for sale, and those
wishing bargains in choice land have now
the oppo-tunity to purchase what they
wish For further particular» read the ad
vertisement in another column.
The fakirs and prostitutes who were so
prominent on the district fair grounds
near Central Point were also at Yri-ka.
Cal., last week; hut thev were not admitted
to anvthing over which the Mt. Shasta
Agricultural Association had control
This action of the Intter society give gen
eral satisfaction.aud was the proper thing,
K- aines A White received this week their
new stock of tall and winter goods, con-
si-tine, in parr, of dry good", ladies' fine
dress go. .dr. fam v goods, ladies'and gents’
furnishing goods, tine shoe-, lists and
clothing, all of n liicli they will sell at the
most reasonable prices. Call and see their
n* w goods before making your purcha-es
There may lie persons in this community
who are at tim-s troubled wi'h colic, or
subject to bowel complaint. If so. they
ab.'U d try Cnamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. It will afford
almost immediate relief, and when reduced
witti water is pleasant to take. If taken as
soon as the first indication of the disease
is felt it will ward off the attack Many
people use it in this wav. and find that it
never fails them. A 25 or .50 cent bottle
niav be obtained from Dr. J. Hinkle. Cen
tral Point and G. H. Haskins, Medford.
Harry McClallen has returned
A Great Show.
A B. Seal, the notorious drummer,called
Judge Prim has gone to Ssleui ou pro
Theo. Engel, the Phiauix merchant,
George Brown it in attendance at the in
dustrial fair at Portland this week
John Compton and family of Little Butte
precmct spent Wednesday in town.
Ben Beall and Jet! Wilson of Central
Point ptecmct were in town Wednesday
D. Crotiennller and wife of Fort Klamath
made the valley a visit a short lime since.
C. M. Root and wife and Mr. Boswell of
Gold Hill tarried io Jacksonvi le Tuesday
Judge Hanna and wife returned from
their trip to Crescent city, Cal., a lew days
Miss Pauline Karewski left for Portland
last Sunday evening to pay relatives there
John Hufler. who has been in tlie field
with a surveying party, returned home on
Tiie Merrill-Abt-Abbott Modern Miracle
Combination, which are advertised to
John Wade has returned to Albany.
appear in Jacksonville Oct. 10th an t 11th,
W B. Mudd of Humboldt county,Cal., is are pronounced by the leading pre»» of
Arne-ica as being the best novelty company
traveling. Don't fail to see them.
Ed Williams has returned to Crescent
Oscar Stearns of Talent was here during
Mr». John A. Clarke was a great sufferer
from indigestion and sick beadacbe. She
S. M. R tbinson of Talent spent a day in left her borne last Saturday to buy a bottle
of De Witt’s Little Early Kisers, took a
dose and ber headache disappeared as
Mrs. V. Schutz has returned from ner mysteriously as it came. Try them. Sold
trip to Portland.
by E. C. Brooks.
Hon. J. S. Herrin of Ashland visited us
a few days since.
Congress adjourned last week and the
BENNETT—In Medtord precinct, Sept. 28.
country breathes freer.
18110, to Mr. an t Mrs. 8. Bennett, a daughter.
Geo. Bush is lying quite ill at Wm. HOCKENJOS.-In tbls city, Oct. 4. Wl. to Mr.
Bybee’s farm n?ar town
and Mrs. John Hockenjoa, a daughter.
—In this city, Oct. 5, 1890, to Mr. and
J. H. Hoffman is repairing a number of SILVA.
Mrs. Manuel Silva, n daughter.
the tin roofs about town.
Wm. Russell of the City bakery and res
taurant handles choice cigars.
8T0NK-N«nr Ashland, Sent.21, 1KU0. J«-nu0-
Mr. Blacx «f Salmon river, Cal , is in
F., daughter of Jacob anti K C. Stone; aged
this section looking for a home.
1« years, 2 months and 21 days.
Linkville. Sept. 27,1M90, infant
A large quantity of wood is being cut off daughter ot Mr.
and Mrs. Melhase.
the Holman addition to Jacksonville
PlCKEL-ln Eilen precinct, Sept. 25. 1S80.
French Picket, a native of Teuuewee; aged
Josh. Neathatuer and wife of Pleasant
71 years, 4 month» and 28 days.
creek precinct made us a call Tuesday.
The smiling countenance ot Col. Bow
E<1 8 iltmarsh has gone to Little Shasta,
ditch of Ashland was seen on our streets
Cal., where be has steady employment.
A little rain has fallen during the week,
Ben Haymond and C. W. Taylor, county
commissioners, are in Jacksonvil e on but the weather is beautiful ut present.
Read tlie chanco in Slaver ,t Walker's
Jaa. McDonough and wife and Mrs. W advertisement. 1 hey never fail to please.
J. Plymale returned from Yreka, Cal.,
D. A. Presley has returned frotu ea-t of
during the week.
tlie mountains and will locate on Butte
Col. Robt. A. Miller went to Roseburg
Isaac Raglin of Gall's creek, while at
this week to attend the meeting of tbe
work with Savage's thresher, had a leg
Eastern Star chapter,
J.S. March and D. Hedges and wife, who
Henry Oliver, the Ashland fruit raiser,
reside north of Rogue river, visited us dur
attended tlie industrial fair at Portland
ing the w<ek.
V. Cook of Clatsop county i- at the Ster
Thus Nickerson, Will Lewman and
ling mines, in which he is interested, on
Henry Jones of Applegate wore here a few
a tour of inspection.
M M Harkness, a well-known lawyer
G. H. Jones has removed from Sam's
of Grant’s Pass, was here yesterday on
valley to Toto, where he has purchased ten
D. Bloomer and son of Gold Hill pra- acres of land
citict have been at Jacksonville several
John V. Keizur and family, having tired
times during the week.
of life at Eugene, are once more citizens of
Hon. Theo. Cameron was at Rossburg
Mrs. Holman Peter and children of Grant’s
this week, attending tlie meeting of the dis
Pass visited Mrs. Newbury and family
trict Eastern Star chapter.
during the week.
Jas. Helms, los. Rapp, J A.t'arli-le, los.
Miss Tillie Reeser his accepted the posi
Robinson and Henry Ammerman o'. Talent
tion of finisher and retoucher tn a Salem
were in town on Wednesday.
photo, ratibic gallery.
Tbos F. Fish, the San Francisco capital
G. H Anderson pi-sel thr nigli town
ist. was in tl'.e valley looking after his
to d iy on tiis way to Applegate for Ins
t-ri'perly interests last wse<.
winter supply of apples.
Will. Ja. k-on returned to Grant a l’a»s
M'S’ Reynolds of S tn Franc s o ha- been
the forepart of the week, after having paid
engaceil to teach the n-w department in
this place a professional visit.
tlie Ashland | u >li ■ school.
Francis Fitch and 8. 8. Pentz. attorneys-
Mile- Cantrail lias gone to Phoenix to
at-law from Medford, were at the county
take charge of th'- school there. He will
seat Tuesday on legal business.
no doubt give satisfaction.
Mark Kerr, who made the ascent of Mt.
Sanderson Re*d, a popular Portland a‘-
St. Eli is, is well known in Ashland, where
tornev, visited Jacksonville Saturday, be-
he spent sometime in the past.
in,; "ii profes-ional business.
Miss Sophia Simon of Eigle P > nt. who
lh>s. Liw-oii, J. C. Hannah, Perry
lias fieeti at death's d.air for so 1 mg, with
Foster and J G . Brainletof Trail creek pre
typhoid fever, is no.v convalescent.
cmct were here during tbe w-.-ek.
Mr. Sperrv of Lakev ew. a well-kn >wu
A local teacher's institute was held at
attorney, lias gone to Sab-ni to be admitted
Gold Hill last Saturday, which proved an
to practice in all of the Oregon court-.
interesting one. bupt. Price was tn alten I-
Mrs G. H. Haskins of Medford visited erce.
Jackaonvtlle yesterday. She took quite a
A. 11. Evans of the Depot hotel, Ashland,
number of premiums at tbe district fair.
recently retHrued from consulting a San
C. C Ragsdale. SroltGriftio, L I). Hitch Francisco oculist, who afforded him great
sod J. A. Cichran of Tolo w---e among relief.
those in town thi- week on leg* bnsines-
M s Cnap.el ant Miss Knowles are
Attorneys Watson. Hanim -rd. Burien- making prep tra'ions to remove their hotel
Shaw and Pin! ips of Ashland were here bit-im-s-1 i ihe G ulling bull ling on Cali
during the w-ek o-i professional business. fornia street.
Miss Winifred McConnell of Yreka, Cal.,
M .rr'»-e license issue I October 4, KkJ.to
visited the family of L)r. 8 mg-r ami other Newe I Harla ■ and E leu Gertrude Peers;
relatives in Ashland precinct during the October 7, 1890, to Leo Netherland and
E. Sanderson Smith, manager of the
Mr. Doran returned to southern Oregon
Steamboat ledge, and Dan Griffith, hi* last week alter an absence of several years,
foreman, a|>«riZ a day in town during the and visited his sister, Miss Alice Doran,
during the week.
O»car Knox of J<*aephine
J.wephine county fell
Mr. Hurd of Portland, formerly with
from a wagon a tew days since and broke Staver A Walker, was in town this week.
his jaw, split his chin, and received other He is now interested m a collection agency
with Cass Barlow.
L. L Burtenshaw. has returned to Abb-
Hon. T. J Howell aud wife of E'na, Cal.,
land from a vi-it with relatives in Lirin who attended th • fair ami afterward ft>eni
county. His brother Janies accompanied several days with friends in toe valley,
have returned home.
Judge Smith and wife of Linkville tar
1 K. Debov, Ja<. McDoug.tll, Jesse
Dodge and F. M. Parker of Gold Hill pre ried here a few hours last week, while on
way to Portland to buy furniture for
cinct spent several hoars in town last
their fine, new hotel.
C. M. Root and Miss Higgins were mar
Mr. Dickison. who had the Stephenson
place in this precinct rented last season, ried al Gold Hill recently and made a bri
trip to Portland. I’ueir many friends
has returned from his trip to the Willam
wi-h them much joy and prosperity.
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Willie Robinson's condition is much
improved, and he is probably now out ot
Considerable plowing is being done in
different portions of Oregon; also some
Tlie po* in “Pest ond«-nc.v” which wa«
Saney uf Rogue River.
published in the T imes « short tune
Senator Mitchell some time ago made ap
Noles, receipts due-bills,drafts etc., in since, was written by IL C Emery of
plication to tbe superintendent of thec->ast book form handy and first-class, al the Union, Oregon. It is a gem of considerable
and geodetic survey for nn or e for a T imbh office
survey of Rogue river. Oregon, and now
A complete assortment ol justice's blanks
Our exchanges are vigorously censuring
is in receipt ot a cbinmunn atnji» fr>.m the
superintendent -tating that Mr Dickens of the nianageni« nt of tlie races during the will la- »ent to any addre-s for the small
sum of 3-- They are the latest and best.
the const siirwy was engaged m com <ii»trict fair.
Address T ime « Printing House, Jackson
pleting a survey of’hat i art ot the coast
just south ot Coo* bay. Oregon; that this that hundreds of men could find employ ville.
would probably lie ti nsned tbe pies*nt year,
A summer friend—Wright’s Blackberry
and that when it is done he will be instruct ment there.
Cordial. Once used always taken. Relia
Fourth »nJ :iorrinon
ed by tbe superintendent to take up
Louden’s thresher was housed for the ble and prompt. Pleasant '<> take, lii.li»-
825 to 835
another uniinisbed part of the coast, ah ch season last week, after having made an ex penstoleJor summer trouble». Sold by all
K. Street, •
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includes Rogue river, and he w old fh»n tensive run.
•xpreAS to all part* of the Pacific Coast, for those who
be instructed to survey said river to the emi
Cannot po*-» biy call in person.
Sam Veatch, one of the 8. P. Co.'»
of tide water or the bead of navigation, all
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of which the superintendent hopes to Mi Ned has commenced repairing the Kagle freight train conductors, was thrown from
a car in Marion county a stiort time since,
accomplish the coming year, provided Point bridge.
appropriations for the work on the coast
Tbe latest styles in gent's furnishing and ha i a narrow escape from being
o( Oregon are not cut down at the next goods have just Been receivedat ths 8. F. crushed.
session. The publication of a
Tlie best remedy for beadacbe am! neu
Rogue river and tbe coast up and down
At cost, a large, first-clas» assortment of ralgia is Wright's Paragon Headache rem
frotu its mouth will follow shortly there
fruit jars and jelly glasses, at tbe 8. F. edy. Stops pain in five minutes. llaini-
lees. tasteless, no bad effects. Sold by all
There is no p'ace in southern Oregon
where such a well-assorted and first-class
Clothing and gents’ furnisbin g goods of
stock of shelf-bardware, cutlery, ammuni
Looking for a Location.
All the medicine in the world will not tion, builder's materials, firearm», tool* of
the best quality at Kearnes Jt White’s—
cure your stomach trouble if your teeth are all kinds, etc , is kept as at the pioneer
F. V. Medynski.wbowas the superintend new this week.
tn pe r condition. Visit Dr. Marcoux and store of John Miller in Jacksonville. He
ent of the big ai-tiliery at D< s Moines that
R. A. Jones and family have left Grave have your mouth put in order so you will keeps only the best goods and sells at the
was run out ot the state of I -wa by the
prohibition laws, is now on the Pacific creek for eastern Oregon, where they will enjoy lite.
* • most reasonable rates. Whenever yon
coast looking lor a location fer a distillery, spend the winter.
Circuit court commenced again last Mon need anything in his line call on Mr. M.
in the interests of a large and wealtby
N. C. Boynton, well known in this valley, day, and will be tn session until Judge #Dd see for yourself
company now operating in Illinois
have control of tbe electric-light sys Webster and District Attorney Colvig leave
has been at Waila Walla, Wash., and at will
The Medlord “Mair' says that Dr. Pickel
for Lake county, which will 6c tn a very probably has the most complicated and
various places in Oregon, and stopped at tem at Grant’s Pass.
perfect electric battery in Jackson conntv.
Grant's Pass, Medford, Jacksonville and
Representative Hermann has secured an short time.
Ashland. The company which he repre order for increase of mail service from
If you want any repairing done call on If not in southern Oregon. It is designed
sents. wh»n a location is fonnd that is satis Prineville to Sliver lake.
Pritchard, one door front Grant! Central, for either a galvanic or Faradic bst'ery,
Who will boo n axecee full and first-olaM
factory, proposes to go into business on a
Medford. He can't make a new w.itcli outol and niav be chsngid to either at a mo
Emil Barbe did some goo«i stone-work an
Mr. R<»t>erts, who re«ided on Jackson
large scale, using as much as 90,000 bu-hels
The real-estate belonging to the estate of
old one. but he Can make a old one run ment’s notice bv a perfectly arranged
system of insulated wires. He also has creek 25 years ago. has returned from Samuel Colver, deceased, wdi be sold at ad
of corn and a lesser quantity of rye amt bar
like a daisy.
attachments to the battery for the pur|*ose eastern Oreg- n and may locate in this ministrator's sale to-morrow. Much of it
ley every year, tbe location sought is one John Bienvenue and son
convenient to prolific corn fields, shun t-
is first-class and sb mid bring a good figure.
The sale of personal property at the Ros» of the apple crop of southern Oregon, and of burning out warts, uiules, etc.
ance of water, oak timber for barrels, and farm, last Saturday, was well attended and
John Keown, the worthy postmaster at
J. A Larsen, the tailor, well-known in
Dr. W. H. Riw.and, of Albany, pro
continues to outrage the feelings of our
where transportation families are good, fair prices were realized.
Keown. Adeghanv county, Penn., says: Jacksonville and Ashland, visited his prietor of the East India Catarrh Remedy,
says tbe ' Tidings.”
"Chamberlain's Cough Remedy sells better brother. Otto Larsen, near WiJderville, was here this wees tn the interest» of iiis
A. Crabtree called at the T imbs office fornia Fruit.''
than any other " The reason of this is be during tbe past week.
excellent medicine, aceouipauu-d by bls
one dav this week, while on bis way to
We are lucky to have permanently locat cause it ran always be depended upon
Roll of Honor.
Gold HiU from Applegate.
J. T. Layton ot Aoplegate was quite id family.
ed with us a city dentist who will give Let any one troubled with a severe cold
The following Is the result of the written
They are here and will show to night
A new street lamp baa been placed at you all'he science you want in dentistry.' give it a trial and they will find that the last Wednesday. Dr. Geary of Medford
examinat.on ot School District No. 40, Ap Judge Day s real-estate office. It has been Call on Dr. Marcoux, at the U. 8. Hotel first doge will relieve the lungs and make was summoned, and Mr L is convalesc ami also to-morrow night, with admission
50 cents. Fred T. Merrill, the clranipmn
needed for a long time past.
Charles Moss, 91; John Pernoil, 88;
use will free the system of all symptoms of
bicyclist, will give an exhibition after tbe
J. W. Sowden. who is now agent for the eulertainiuent.
J W. Hockersmitli will socn ship a car the cold. The promptness and certainty
The Southern Pacific’s new time-card di<t
Emma Moss, 85; Josie Moss. 93; Harry
Must of ot this remedy in relief and cure of colds Singer sewing-machine in Douglas county,
M'ss, 85; Emma Cook, 87; Ida Cook, 87; not go into effect,»» the change of time has load of grapes from Ashland
Capt. 11. Kelley, leceiver of the Burns
them will be from the Coolidge vineyard, has won lor it many sincere friends and paid his friends in Jackson and Josephine
Lulu Cook, 86; < lint n Co k. 85. F.orem e been indefiuitel y postponed.
land office, is visiting friends in town,
and the greater portion will be of the made it very popular. For sale bv Dr. J. counties a visit on Wednesday.
Bolt. 93: Fred Bolt, 92: Edaard Bolt. «9;
For Female Irregular
De Witt's Little Early Risers. Only pill to Mission variety.
being on bis way to look after the Harney
i ties; iiothingliket’ietr
Wnltain Johnson, fit; Stella Byrne, 92;
Hinkle, Central Point, and G. H. Haskin»,
N. hanged is expected to return from county -eeat question in the supreme court.
on the market.
Carl Byrne, 80; Id* Knight, 85; Lydia cure Sick Headache and regulate tbe bow
Portland iu a few davs, accompanied by We are glad io learn that he is prospering.
Hou. G. 5V. Riddle has ordered a large
Pernoil, 85; Martin Pernoil, 80; Anna
by prominent la lie
Sirs Langell, who has improved greatly in
stock of goods, and tits heretofore almost
Herriotl,95; Li's Herrtott, 85; Nettie Her
G. Naylor of Griffin creek is preparing empty store at Riddle will be filled to its
Tne improvement in the Dead Indian
healih during her sojourn there
riott.85, Geo. Harriott, 90; Lee Cantrall, to build a new residence. 8. W. Speers of utmost capacity. Ernest Riddle will have
road to Linkvide is said to be very marked
The following are Rev. Robert Booth's
Miss Hallie Maury returned during the since ihe work done by Captain Helman
80; Abnte Cantrall, 8.5; Martin Kline. 85; Medford has the contract.
Jaiues Carchuff, 80 Those standing 100 io
SURE! SAFE! CERTAIN!
Sabbath of each month. Medford al 11 week from a protracted visit with Linkville and his force between Pelican bay and
C. N. Lambert of Gold Hill has taken
deporttu-t'1 are: Josie Moss, Emma Moss.
B. F. Miller, who has charge of the o'clock y. st. and 7 r. M: second Sabbath, friends. M'ss Maggie Manning accompa the first named place.
Don’t be humbugged
charge of O. Gaillard's mill property and Jackson county exrioit at the Portland
Jennie Knight, Ida and Emma Cook.
Central Point at 11 a . m and 7 r. M ; nied her home from Klamath's capital.
Have Time. Haalth
will manage it in the future.
The Case ot Fleiscbner, Mayer A Co. vs.
A lum D ay , Teacher
industrial fair, is well qualified foexpatia'e third Sabbath. Medford at 11 a . M. and 7
and money ;take uooth
Grain, Stock and Fruit Farms. Also City and
E. G. Cameron won another foot-race on the merit» of this section as a fruit r. M ; fourtli Sabbath. Jacksonville at 11 evening for Portland to attend St. Helen’s Kubll A Bolt, which was decided in Judge
W eb-ter's c mrt in favor of the deteudanls.
recently in southern Oregon, defeating a growing country
Sent to any address
A. M. and 7 r M. Sabbath school at Jackson Halt during the winter
Her father ac has been appealed to the supreme court,
man by the name of Davis.
Our customers all rpeak highly in praise ville every Sunday at 12 M. and prayer companied her to tbe city.
especially organised for the purpose of buying and subdividing
The “Resources of Southern Oregon,"
meeting every Thursday evening at 7
Send the T imbs to vour friends East, or of 8t. Patrick's Pills. They are the irst.— o'cl'ick.
large tracts of land, and has during tin past two years bought and eubdlv1d«>d over 3 200 aertw
Judge Webster returned from Gilliam
composeii of L54 pages in pamphlet form,
Once in seven years—the body is re-
Brser Bans.. Carroll. Nebraska. For sale
acre tracts. The succew of this uudvrtaking la shown in the
has been completed by State Pr liter B iker,
THE APHRO NIEDICINE COSPINT,
The following are Rev. R. Ennis'appoint county a few days since, where he has Hewed. T.
■ • must - have
bv Dr. J Hinkle. Central Point, aud <1.
fact that out ot
tracts plac» «l on tbe ni.irk' t. 22.5 have boon sold.
ami 'he wh"le ii'indi-r li N be -o Imxed »n't all the letter» you can write.
ments: Ou «very Sunday morning,except been bidding a term <»f court for Judge of vitality. Wright's
Syrup of WerternBrand», Box27, l'OBTLANb. «>n
We claim that ten acres of choice land in truit will yield a larger income than 100 acre« of
H. Haskins, Medtord.
shipped to th*t> destiuation — K .b*-rt A.
ing tlie third. he will hold services at the Bird, who is hi Calif «Tina for bis health.
the Sold by E. C. Brooka. Dru«xl»t. Jackaonvlflr wheat in the Mississippi valley.
Saraapartda cleanse» ami enriches
De Witt’s Little Early Kisers. Best little
Ixiuis 8ilber«tem, formerly a well-known Presbyterian church in l’hceux; on third
Miller, secretary of the Southern Oregon pill for Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, Bail
We also mak* yalual»l<-improverix-nta in !li<* way of roads, fence«, clearing the land. etc.
b ood, and gives a new impetus to life.
w e cau sell a snia.l tract of la id for tne a.imr price per acre you would have to nar for a
State Board of Agriculture, at Jacksonville. Breath. Bold by E. C. Brooks.
Suniiay morning and every Sunday even
Sold by all diuggcsts.
large 1 arm.
died at the latter's residence tn Portland, ing he will preach at the Presbyterian merchant, who has been nt Portland with
The work is gotten up by the lio.trd ami is
his family, spent a few days in the valley
A flue supply of fresh candy, nuts, on Sept. 29'b, of consumption He bail church in Jacksonville.
McAllen A McDonnell of Portland,
a collection ot statistical and descriptical
well-known dealers in ladies’ goods,
data relative to the agricultural ami oilier bananas, lemons, etc., at tbe 8. F. Variety been sick several years.
Archbishop Gross ar.d R«v. Father Clark
induatrial interests <f Oregon, calculat d Store. The best in ihe market.
(’has. Wall and wife of Flounce Rock holding u cloak sale which is proving quite
At a meeting of the creditors of Magruder will be nt Grant's Pass on Saturday even
They are selling elegant wraps
to hern fit those industries and to encourage
Tbe circuit court adj turned for the term Bros., doing business at Central Point, ing, which will prevent the latter from
immigration. It is mostly di-vote-l to the yesterday'.
Yellowstone park They will spend some- at prices never heard ot tietore. Don't
A special term will be held held in Jacksonville last Saturday, M bolding services here Sunday.
Comities of Lake, K amath. Jackson, during the latter part of November.
There will be no services in the Presby tune in visiting different portions of the fail to buy one.
Purdin wa« appointed sssignee. He will
Josephine, D mglas. t’ooa and i'urrv, say»
Owing to a mistake in tea ung li,ure«, a
terian church the coming Sabbath, as 'he east.
Rev. Walton Skipworth was assigned to soon enter on hts duties.
the ' Statesman."
pastor w II be absent attending the meet
of 8800 kegs ot powder, instead ol 33011.
Thomas Garrett »nd two children and blast
There is one medicine that will cure im ings of Presbytery and Synod.
duty at the Mt Tabor pastorale near Port
was in tended, were used to charg- a
nDl'k. kLPTt Mil III •»■.4U
—___ ■__ .
Mrs Fitzgerald and four children, all from blast
OPEN» WH'Tl Mitili J.',th.
m Cow creek canyon recently, and
Another Teacher Necessary.
and Cholera Cure for all summer com meet on Oct. 3d at 7:30 e M. in Oakland, the vicinity of Alturas, Cal., last week re the residents for miles around thought
A tew copies of the American bettiers plaints.
So large is the attendance at our district
No delay, no disappointment, no Or., and the Synod of the Columbia will moved to Ash land to aecuie good school that an earthquake hail broken loose.
nix and one-half acr«n <>: floor space tl led to oversowing with the wonders of thia
school—although it baa b.eti in session less Guide, standard authority on all land failure. Brooks sells it.
The State Board of Comm.-ree has al
than a month—that it has already been matters, may be found at the L imbs office
lion and vi«w He wonder» in .very departui. .it «if art and science will bete mis« anon-
The f dlow ing are the appointments of
Ralph C. Miller has returned from Cali
Since viewing the new patent b«e stand
found neves.ary to eturaire the services of
The supreme court is in session. It is
Rev. Fa’her Chit k for the month of Octo fornia where he has been engaged in min
another teacher. Thr board of directors not probable that as many case» front this at the district fair, devised bv r. J. Bell ot ber: Sunday, Oct Sth, at Grant’s Pass; ing on Klamath river. After a brief s< j >um den, with reference to piovidmg better
THE FAT AND DOMESTIC STOCK DEPARTMENT
have accordingly engaged lire »etyices of district as usual will be tried there this term. Talent, «everal of our cit z nshaveconclud- Oct 12th, Ashland; Oct. 19tb, Jacksonville in Rogue river valley he will go to Colorado facilities for local trail! —putting our local
ed to begin the honey business in earnest.
shippers and nianufaetur-rs on an equal
Ml.«» Arnes D»v an <>l I niontown precinct
at 10:20 a . m .; Oct. 2'1'h, Grant’s Pass at toengage in mining.
Will opiuS.pt, Siili and dos«’(k-toN-r at. $5.5(0 Is offered tn cash premium« tn this Depart-
De Witt’s Little Early Risers. Best It is the best we ever saw.
an accomplished young lady, who assumed
10:30 a M.
meni. Stock Department open to vi«itors from U a . M. uuttl 5 r. M. Kxp<M'tlon from 1 r M
charge ol the primary department this Liver Pill ever made. Cure Constipation
District Attorney Colvig has g<»ne to abort.
We recommend De Witt's Colic and
untillOe.M. On.-Hdinission ticket admit« to Ixith. Price, adutu, 50 eta.; children Seta He-
week. I’ri f Price is a teacher of »bitty everytime. None equal. Use them now. Ch 'lera Cure because we bdieve it a safe I
ductsl rates on all transportation hue« leading to Portland
Lakeview to attend circuit for Lake
For information address,
n. w. ALLEN. Su pt. and Scc'y.
and industry. and is proving h.niself popu
county, which convenes next Mouday. Appleeate section, which was almost
Wm. Hill of eastern Oregon arrived and reliable remedy. Its good effects are
lar with both parent and pupil. The same recently
to assist Dillon Hill, his brother, shown at once in case» of Lbolera Morbus last week insde an attempt to commit the same destination.
entirely destroy^«! last season, is being put
may be rani of his assistants. We have the well-known
vegetable and fruit raiser. and similar complaints
in first-class condition by Oliver Dews,
«very reason to le-hev« that our school is
suici 'e which whs almost aucceesful. He
road supervisor for that district. The
second to no public school tu Oregon out
Mrs. Kreuzer, who was for mauj' year» a had sent his wife to a neighbor's (8 C.
A considerable quantity of grapes is
side of tbe larger cities.
being shipped to the Willamette valley resident of Jacksonville, has returned trotn I l atter) house, and, as she was returning earliest reaid-ntsof R-irie rivev valley .has county lias donated a Mir-sized sum to
TAr ffnly fttfp Protpftnrtf
home wi h Mr. C. and bis wife, they heard
market Iroui Miller'» vineyard near town.
f>tr Houtr, ToHrttf, rimtr «nd
that she is in a dement'd condition, with a shot, which is not an unusual occur panied by his wife. Mr. O. is one of fhe suc h ive nearly doubled tlie amount,so that the
S. 8. Convention.
road will somrbe in good condition again
The building committee of the Portland poor prospects for recovery .
rence in that vicinity. Imagine their sur cessful real estate men of the metropolis.
The annual district Munday school con- city ball have decided in favor of tbe Ash-'
Protects Butter from all ndora,
Mrs. J. M. McCall and Mrs. Josephine D
The San Francisco "Examiner's” great prise when they found that Bennett had
Mr. McGee and another mining ezpirt
vention ot Jackson, Josephine and Klam land stone in preference to that from Teni
dust, beat and bandlin«. Ko pa But
it with suicidal intent. He was found Crocker of Ashland were at Roseburg from
drawing will take place in November tired
San Francisco were at Cinnabar this
ter cool and aweet and ia easily and
ath counties will be held at the Baptist no.
yesterday a*tending theaesri »n of the grand week, accompanied by Capt. Caton, re
Subscribe for the weekly at once il you
church, in Medford, on Oct 28th, 29lh'and
Hood's Sarsaparilla has a steadily in- wi»h a chance to draw one of the valuable bullet, winch bad entered his month below chapter 0. E S., they holding the offices turning on Wednesday, A tunnel over
Juth. 18‘JO. All Sunday-schools tn the dis creasing
the chin and found egress above the nose respectively of grand worthy matron and 100 feet long has been run this sea-on. and
be articles ottered to new subscribers.
1‘liICE. SO Cent» Each.
trict are requested to send two delegates, won by au article ot real merit. Give it a
having ent away his tongue and nasal grand se. retary of that order.
tbe prospect» for a rub. permam-nt de
with lull reports of attendance, etc.
Lltw-ral discount to Agents. Sa.upls
H Gss<tu»t's new stage line has reduced organs and left him in a feirlully maimed
E. .A. Rogers and wife of Quincy, HI., posit <d ore are good A saw-mill tuay yet
A cordial invitation is extended to all
by mail on receipt of price.
rates to Crescenteity. Stages go through bv condition. His windpipe whs also laid
HEADACHE, And ALL PAIN.
Sunday-school workers, as they will be
The next event of importance will be the dayligtit, and, while not so expeditious a« bare, ar.d it is with great iliBicult)' that after a pleasant visit with Dr. G»o. DeBa’ lie pot Up there, lor the purpose of sawing
f n. CAsn co.
Tb« California Positiv» sail Wigativ«
bv _ a series ot verv
interesting Merrili-Abt-Abbotl entertainment. Every the mail line, afford m 're comfort and are food and medicine are admlni-tered to and family of this place, lust week resumed lumber with which to timber tlie litonel.
1435 A aland« 8«., San Frauclsoo. Cal.
their southern trip Thuy return east over Ibis jear
lectures by 1 >r Hobbs of New York,
one i of body should go and see these wonders of generally appreciated by tbe traveling pub him.
ELECTRIC COUGH CUR1
B'-nnelt lias be* n suffering with the
Denver and Rio Grand»* route after
America's noted Sunday-school lecturers
CURES COLDS. CROUP. CORSUUPTIO».
dropsy for soivetinie past, which is the spending
several weeks in California.
G. L. W bbb . Pres, of Convention
Bold by all Droggiit».
Each 35c. SO. A t
cati-e • f Ins desperate died. His eirlv
John F. While, who has been appointed
Tbe Ashland raiitoad office now sell» death, which was inevitable, will now be
Hon J. D. Whitman of Medford was in
Cr.a»ln««r A Co . Prop'.. Le» Ang«l««. Oal
We are visited by the world-famed Mod
i assignee of tne entate of J. C. Wbipp. gives tickets to all points north and ea«' (over
Take it Before Breakfur.
notii e to the creditors thereof in another I the Union Pacific and its lines), with the hastened. He mav be dead by Ibis time. Jacksonville last week, accompanied bv. J ern Miracle Combination. We are prom
A. Varney, another member of the State ised the finest and most mtere-ting enter
Tbl great appetizer, tonic amt liver regu column
fare to Portland additional. When going
Horticultural Board. Bitli agreed that tainment ever seen In this city, and. in
S ingle S trap T rack
Scribner's Alwajs Leads.
lator. In n-e for mor- than 50 years in
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Dr.
many of the orchards «boot Jacksonville stead of raising the price as every other
For the benefit of collectors and extra are in a badly infested condition and must good
England, Positive specific fur liver com- | Sommers formerly of Jacksonville, al free.
show has done, they have lowered it
Illustrators we herewith make tbe an-
plaint. I Bad taste in the mouth on rising their present home in California. We con-
to 50 cents. At this we predict for them
If you want to subscribe for the liest nouni enient that the publishers of “Scrib be looked after at once.
in ihe iiuiinn
g. <1 >..««
i a>ns —
in j the
The undersigned has now for sale at.lth
weekly on the coast and at the same time ner's Magazine” have,of late.n-ceived an in
brickyards near Ashland
ba; k of the rye-, tired feel'ng, d zzire-s.
CENTRAL POINT POINTERN.
The county commissioners’ and probate get a chance to draw a handsome present, creasing number of request» for artist's
languor—syruptoms of liver complaint.
subscribe for the Sail Francisco 'Exami proofs of engravings primed in its pages.
Pronounced Hopeless, yet Saved.
Reniedv—Dr Henley's Knglish Damlelimi courts are io session this week. Full pro
The Leather, Workmanship am! l-'inish are < ,
Gildersleeve sella furniture cheaper than
Tome. Relieves eonst:|Hition, sbarpena the ceedings will be given in tbe next issue of ner. " Subscriptions taken at tbe I imv .» The recent and successful exhibition of
engraver's proofs has increased the desire anybody tn southern Oregon.
appetite and tones up the entire system. tbe T imes .
Hurd of Groton, S. D., we quote: “Was
SAVE MONEY EV Bl YING DIRECT.
Furniture of all kinds at Gildersleeve's. Inken with a bad cold, which settled on
G«t the genuine front your druggist tor
Alex. Watts reports the scheme for a among connoiseeurs to own artist's proofs
We are informed that W. Beeson has
INCH TO 6 INCH.
We can sell you
31, and take according to directions.
sold 25 acres of bis Wagtier creek farm, wagon-road oown Rogue river to be en of their favorite il ustra'iuns, particularly Finest stock soutn of Eugene.
my lungs, cough set in and finally termi
which included bis residence and orchard, tirely feasible and practicable and that, with
Dr. A. Markham of Klirnath county, the nated in consumption. Four doctors gave
Harness at from $6.00 up
C. H. VEGHTE, Ashland.
the exception of two or three points, an ex publishers have thought it wise not to well known dentiat, has located in Central nic up, saying I could live but a short time.
cellent road can be constructed at a moder allow these to go out of their own possess
Road Carts from $9.50 un
8.nt to Jail.
I gave myself up to tuy Saviour,determined
ion. They nave now decided to give an op
Sylvester Hamlin advertises that he will ate outlay.*
if I could not stay with iny friends on
Sheriff Birdsey returned from Yreka
•END FOR CATALOG!
During the district fair R. V. Beall had a earth 1 would meet tny absent ones above
sootier Ilian lie eXpecUni.a» he found the
The Indian war veterans will hold a most
obtain such proofs as they want for line horse killed by a passing train on the My husband was advised to get Dr. King's
man who stole the fiddle Geo W Wi»e Theresa F. Hamliu, who has left bis bed interesting reunion at Grant's Pass next to
ACME MAN”} AG f i’BING CO.
had rente«! of E B Hunsaker of Ashland
New Discovery for cmisumption, coughs VIGOR‘S
Saturday. Captain Holton advertises In copies on India paper, and 50 cent, for
on the fair »round». Tbe culprit h»d a
M. Purkey pile and D. L. Newton were
ihe Roseburg town election resulted in the Chinook “dialect” to bring your wives, copies on pla'e paper. This offer is made
trial in Recorder Ford’« court at Central the re-election of Tim Ford as marshal, eat, drink and be ni“rry and listen to tbe only 1« regular subscribers of “Scribner's among the many at the county-seat during e'glit bottles; it lias cured tue, and thank ¡STRENGTHS
Goi I am now a well and hearty woman.''
Point. «Bo »ent him to the county jail tor Fred Fijssl as recorder, C. W. Parks as "tyees" declaim.
Magazine,'' whose names are on its books. the week.
II ,ai bottles free at E. C. Brooks' drugstore.
twelve ami a half davs.as he | leaded guilty tressurei'.
The creditors of Kincaid Bros, will meet Regular size 50 cfs. and 11.00.
The fair at Yreka last week passed ofl The publishers cannot undertake to supply
to the charge of |a-tty larceny.
A. J. F oreyla«! week took possession of smoothly and gave general satisfaction. them to other» under any circumstances, in Jacksonville on tbe 14th inst., to select
will not permit artist's proofs to be put an assignee
his new pt.st-ofjce building at Eagle Point. The attendance was large, tbe exhibits and
piSOS REMEDY TOR CATARRH.—Bat Easiest
general sale. The plate proofs are
,Yon Take No Risk
He will occupy a portion of the bouse as better than ever, and the races square and on
to use. Cheapest Relief ic immediate. A cure N
No need of sending to Port'and for furni
on paper suitable for framing, the
We Lave now »ei t »tab nients of aceouu'
interesting. Allot this cannot be «.lid "f
Iu buy i ru H.s d aSir-ap.irola.for iti - everi • a residence.
certain. For Cold in the Head it hai no erfual.
size being about 10x12, the India proofs ture Gildefclieve keeps a tine assortment to nearly nil o' tbo.se indebted to Ur. and
where rrcdgnized as I lie slu'd ml bui'd
our district fair.
being on mounts of the same dimensions. and se is at tbe lowest rates.
FEW POLAND CHINA P1G8. MISSOURI
Tbe board of town trustees held their
mi early res|«rn<e is desired an I expected.
mg-tip medicine and blood i urifier' . It h e-
I't liicntj on
.» 11 v
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W. A. McPIieraon. well kuown in jour
It is said that the plaumg unll will soon As wr ceased doing bti-iness
won it’ way to tbeYrnnt bv its own intrins regular monthly meeting last Tuesday
the numonni» strain» now In tha
llohnes Business College
resume »iterations. This would prove a iNtbt. <-u.- books tou t b- V ' nt ' 7 ,. /■ ' Ut *?- of Apply
ic merit and bus the largest sate of .-my pre- evening, but transacted no business ot nalistic circle« in O egon some years ago,
tn Win. Holmes. J m ksonvlllo. Or.
T ime » Fvunsmxo
FVKH s UIM* Co. I fnr particulars.
as a writer of torce and rare entertain Of Portland. Or., will open B^pt 1st J. great benefit to our c immunity.
psration f its kind
Aliy bonest druggist
Jackson vi I-. Sept. 1. Into.
An elegAnt Line of gent's furnishing ments has completely re overe.l, it is sti I. A. Wesco, the leading penman of the coast,
will confirm this statement. If yon decide
It is r.n t hntincnt, of which a small particle is applied
ta en file !n Philadelphia
to take Hood's Sarsaparilla do not be goods, for the fall trade, has just be»n re
the Wn|ainetle valley, where he sold a
to thp BOf'ujg. Errc»t Me. Sold by duuygiLW «ff»
Immediate, harmless—Preston’s ‘Hed
induced to buy anything else instead Be ceived »1 tbe 8. F. Variety Store. Don’t . tarv |oss of reasop, and he hi’ been re- njakpit the leading business college. f?end ip
K T. ÄÄL1 ..*f Í
tail to see them.
1 leased from the a^yltuu
sure to get Hood's.
HALE BROS, t CO
This Space Has Been Reserved
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
Faber’s Golden Female Pills.
THE OREGON LAND CO.
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